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Richardfon's Differtation on the Languages, Literature, and

Manners of Eastern Nations,

87

Music made easy to every Capacity,

99

Coxe's Sketches of the natural, civil, and political State of

Swisserland,

Feyjoo's Six Essays or Discourses,

107

Advice from a Lady of Quality to her Children,

Moral and Historical Memoirs,

Johnson and Steevens's Edition of the Plays of Shakspeare, 129, 172

Pulteney's Confiderations on the Present State of Public Affairs, 137

A Speech on some Political Topics,

152

Hartley's Letters on the American War,

153

Knight's Proposal for Peace between Great Britain and North

America,

ibid.

The Freeholder's Supplication to both Houses of Parliament, ibid.
Miles's Remarks on the Act for the Encouragement of the
Fisheries at Newfoundland,

ibid.
Eflay on the Toleration of Papills,

ibid.

Epiftle to Admiral Keppel,

154

The Anti-Palliseriad; or, Britain's Triumph over France, ibid.

Neptune. A Poem,

ibid.:

A Congratulary Ode to Admiral Keppel,

ibid.

The Tears of Britannia,

155

The Female Patriot,

ibid,

Fanatical Conversion; or: Mithradiron displayed. A Satire, ibid.

Epifle

from the Rectorist: Ande, belemmering to the Vicar.

of Rochdale,

ibid.

Taker's Poems,

ibid.
Beatson's Divine Philanthropy,

156

Elegy on the Death of David Garrick: Lift:

The Fathers; or, the Good-nacured Man: A Comedy, 157

Buthred; a Tragedy,

ibid,

Law of Lombardy; a Tragedy,

ibid.

Watkins's Visitation Sermon, at Lincoln, Aug. 24, 1778, 158

Worthington's Sermon against Popery, Nov. 5, 1778, ibid.

Evans's Sermon against Popery, Nov.5, 1778,

ibid.

Old Fashion Farmer's Motives for leaving the Church of Eng-

land, and embracing the Roman Catholic Faith, ibid.

Gordon's Complete Englith Physician,

159

Dr. Robinson's Every Patient his own Doctor,

ibid.
Riollay's Letter to Dr. Hardy,

ibid.

Synopsis Medica, Vol. I.

ibid.

Palifior's Eulogy on M. de Voltaire,

ibid.

Robertsop's Physical Journal kept on board the Rainbow, 160

Hutchinson's Oration at the Dedication of Free Mason's Hall,

Sunderland,

ibido

Sir David Dalrymple's Annals of Scotland, Vol. II. 161

Erskine's Translation of Gaubius's Institutions of Medical Pa-

thology,

Mawe and Abercrombie's Universal Gardener and Botanist, 187,

249

Dr. Leslie's Philosophical Inquiry into the Cause of Animal

Heat,

Melmoch's Shenstone-Green; or, the New Paradise Lost,

207

Gilpin's Lectures on the Catechism of the Church of England, 210

Poti's Remarks on the Palsy of the Lower Limbs,

215

Clare's Essay on the Cure of Abscesses by Caustic,

The Female Congress; or, the Temple of Cotytto,

The Injured Inanders,

224

Genuine Abstracts from Two Speeches of the late Earl of

Chatham,

226

Vindication of the Lords of the Admiralty, on their Conduct
towards Admiral Keppel,

ibid.

Remarks on the Proceedings of the Court Martial at Portsmouth

on the Hon. Augustus Keppel,

227

The Indictment, Trial, and Condemnation of Admiral Keppel, ib.

A Memorial to the Public in Behalf of the Roman Catholics of

Edinburgh and Glasgow, &c.

ibid.

Considerations on the State of the Roman Catholics in Scot-
land,

ibid.

A Seasonable Letter to the King,

ibid.

A full Vindication of a right hon. General's Conduct, 228

Recantation; or, a Second Letter to the Dean of Guild, &c. of

Glasgow,

ibid.

Momus; or, the Fall of Britain. A Poem,

ibid.

The Keppelliad ; or, Injured Virtue triumphant. A Poem, ibid.

Heroic Congratulation, addressed to the hon. Auguftus Keppel, ib.

The Scorch Hut, a Poem,

Bath,-a Simile. Bath, - a Conversation-piece, &c. 229

The Noble Cricketers,

230

Epitle from Edward, in England, to Harriet, in America, ibid.

The Patriot Divine to the Female Historian,

ibid.

Carmen Seculare of Horace translated into English Verse, 231,314

Dr. Willis's Sacrifice: a sacred Ode,

ibid.

Mavor's Parnaffian Sprigs; or, Poetical Miscellanies, ibid.

A remarkable Moving Letter,

232.

Verses to the Memory of Mr. Garrick; spoken as a Monody, ibid.

Melmoth's Shadows of Shakespeare,

233

Garrick in the Shades; or, a Peep into Elysium, a Farce, ibid.

Dr. Lettsom’s History of the Origin of Medicine, ibid.

Nanponi's Treatise on the Hydrocele,

234

Thesaurus Medicus, Tom. II.

ibid.

Baron Dimsdale's Remarks on Dr. Lettfom's Letter to Sir Robert.

Barker and Geo. Stacpoole, Esq. upon General Inoculation, ib.

Observations on the Plan proposed for establishing a Dispensary

and Medical Society for the private Use of Subscribers, &c. 235

Bennet's Differtation on the Teech and Gums,

ibid.
Wastell's Observations on the Efficacy of a New Mercurial Pre.
paration for the Cure of the Venereal Disease,

ibid.

Dr. Scott's Essay towards a Demonstration of the Trinity, ibid.

Bishop of London's Sermon on Ath-Wednesday, 1779, 236

Bishop of Chelter's Sermon before the House of Lords, on the

Fait-day, 1779

237

Dr. Leland's Sermon preached at St. Anne's, Dublin, on the

Faft-day, 1779,

ibid.

Dr.

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Dr. Price's Sermon on the Fast-day, 1779,

237

Dr. Fordyce's Sermon on the Fast-day, 1779,

239

Petit’s Discourse on the General Faft, 1779,

ibid.
Thoughts on the Fast for the roth of February, 1979, ibid.
Dr. Markham's Sermon at the Asylum, May 19, 1778, ibid.
Dr. Cow per's Charge delivered at several Vifitations of the
Clergy at York, &c. in 1778,

ibid.

Hodgson's Letters to Mrs. Kindersley,

240

Efay on the Simplicity of Truth,

ibid.

Life and Death of David Garrick, Esq.

ibid.

The Maritime Campaign of 1778,

ibid. -

Runnington's Edition of Sir Matthew Hale's History of the

Common Law,

241

Chief Baron Gilbert's History and Practice of Civil A&ions, 248

Forreft's Voyage to New Guinea, &c. from Balambangan, 257

Ellis's Translation of Aristotle's Treatise on Government, 262

Present State of Husbandry in Scotland,

267

Dr. Stuart's Observations concerning the public Law, and the

constitutional History of Scotland,

275

Jones's Translation of the Speeches of Isæus,

284

Sturges's Confiderations on the Present State of the Church

Establidhment,

Mason's Edition of the Dramatic Works of Mafinger, 293

The Prince of Peace, and other Poems,

301

Meader's Planter's Guide,

304

Nereus's Prophecy,

310

The Se'er, or the American Prophecy. A Poem, ibid.

Mason's Ode to the Naval Officers of Great Britain, ibid.

A Paftoral. By an Oficer belonging to the Canadian Army, 311

Caledonia. A Poem,

ibid.

The Distracted Lover, a Poem,

312

Reflections on the Death of Miss Martha Ray,

313

A Monody to the Memory of D. Garrick, Esq.

314

Pygmalion, a Poem,

ibid.

Delineation, a Poem,

315

Dr. Falck's Guardian of Health, vol. I.

ibid.

Broughton's Fifteen Sermons on select Subjects,

ibid.

Dr. Stincon's Sermon before the House of Commons, on the

Faft-Day, 1779,

316

Kiddel's Inspiration of the Holy Scriptures explained and

asserted,

ibid.

Maddock's Letter to Mr. Browne, upon the Downfall of Anti-

chrift,

317

A new Defence of the Holy Roman Church,

ibid.

Poftscript to Dr. Price's Sermon on the Faf-Day,

ibid.

Case and Memoirs of the late rev. Mr. James Hackman, 319

Treatise on the Culture of the Tobacco Piant,

ibid.

The Exhibition, or a Second Anticipation,

ibid.

The Governess. From the French of M. Le Fevre, 320

Lessons for Children Three Years old, Parc II.

ibid.

Lessons for Children from Three to Four Years old, ibid.

Extract
ibid.

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Extract of a Letter from the Author of Lectures on the Church

Catechism,

320

Philosophical Transactions, Vol. LXVIII. for 1778, Part I.

321, 432

Sir John Pringle's Discourse on the Theory of Gannery, 329

Dr. Musgrave's Gulftonian Lectures,

335

Literary History of the 'Troubadours,

337, 423

The History of Modern Europe,

Dr. Johnson's Edition of the English Poets,

354, 451

Supplement to Swift's Works, Vol. II.

363

History of the royal Abbey of Bec, in Normandy,

368

The Dialogues of Eumenes,

370

Poems on Various Subjects. By Ann Marry,

375

Keate's Sketches from Nature,

376

Browne's Reports of Cafes in Parliament,

379

Dr. Francklin's Sermon before the Humane Society, March

28,

382

The Earl of Bristol's Speech, April 30, 1779,

387

Examination of the Earl Cornwallis upon Sir William Howe's
Papers,

ibid.

Historical Anecdotes, civil and military,

ibid.

Stri&ures on the Philadelphia Mischianza,

ibid.

Address to the hon. Admiral Auguftus Keppel,

ibid.

Conduct of Admirals Hawke, Keppel, and Palliser compared, 388

The Honest Sentiments of an English Officer,

ibid.

Letter to the Bishops on the Bill for preventing of Adultery, 389

Williams on the Nature and Extent of Civil Liberty, ibid.

Spirit and Unanimity, a Poem,

390

Ode to the Privateer Commanders of Great Britain, ibid.

Danebury; of, the Power of Friendship, a Tale, ibid.

Mason's English Garden; a Poem. Book III.

* 390

On the Preference of Virtue to Genius. A Poetical Epistle, ibid.

CauGdicus, a Poetic Lash,

392

Bridal Ode on the Marriage of Catharine and Petruchio,

393

Voltaire's Ghost to the Apostle of the Sinless Foundery, ibid.

Reviewers Reviewed,

ibid.

Parody of the Carmen Seculare of Horace,

394

Calypso; a Masque,

ibid.

Who's the Dupe ? a Farce,

ibid.

The Liverpool Prizę, a Farce,

395.

The Chelsea Pensioner, a Comic Opera,

ibid.

Illumination ; or the Glazier's Conspiracy. A Prelude, 395

Ruspini's Treatise on the Teeth,

ibid.

Clubbe's Treatise on the Inflammation in the Breasts, 396

Cruttwell's Advice to Lying-in Women,

ibid.

Murdin's Three Sermons, on Three Fast Days,

ibid.

A Sermon on the last Fast, Feb. 10, 1779,

397

A friendly Address to the Jews in general,

ibid.

Fisher's Review of the Doctrine of Philosophical Neceffity, ibid.

Berington's Immaterialism delineated,

398

Palmer's Free Thoughts on the Inconsistency of conforming to

any Religious Telt,

Lucubrations,

Lucubrations, civil, moral, and historical,

398

Bell's Grammar of the Greek Tongue, 3d Edit.

399

Notes on the Tragedies of Æschylus,

ibid.

Thoughts on the Present State of the Roman Catholics in

England,

400
Dionyfii Longini quæ supersunt Gr. & Lat. Recensuit Joannes

Toupius,

401

The Antiquarian Repertory,

Kelham's Dictionary of the Norman, or Old French,

415

Letters from an Officer of the Guards to his Friend,

417

Carr's Dialogues of Lucian, Vol. II.

432

Dialogues of the Dead with the Living,

414

Columella ; or, the Diftreffed Anchoret,

454

The Church of England vindicated,

458

Lindsey's Two Differtations,

460

De Primordiis Civitatum Oratio,

470

Sketches from Nature,

471

Opposition Mornings,

ibid.

Observations on the National Debt,

ibid.

Speech of the Earl of Sandwich,

472

Satire for the King's Birth-day,

ibid.

Meritorious Disobedience,

ibid.

Patriotic Perfidy,

ibid.

A New Plan to save the State,

ibid.

Delamayne's Effay on Man, in his State of Policy, ibid.

The World as it goes, a Poem,

473

Satires of Persius phraphrastically imitated,

ibid,

Geddes's Select Satires of Horace translated,

ibid.

The Priestess of Devonshire Wall,

475

Anstey's Paraphrase of St. Paul's Epifle to the Corinthians, ibid.
A Paraphrase of Mr. Anstey's Paraphrase,

476

Apotheofis of Punch,

477

The Wedding Ring; or, the History of Miss Sidney,

ibid.

The Sorrows of Werter, A German Story,

ibid.

'The Practising Attorney,

478
Reeves's Chart of Penal Law,
A Letter to Dr. Lettsom, occafioned by Baron Dimsdale's Re-
marks,

ibid.

Gallaway's Alize Sermon at Leicester, Aug. 12, 1778,

479

Dr. Ibbetson's Charge to the Clergy of the Archdeaconry of
St. Alban's, 1778,

ibid.

Jenkins's Calm Reply to Mr. De Courcy's Rejoinder, ibid.

Turner's View of the Earth,

480

Pictures of Men, Manners, and the Times,

ibid.

A Treatise on che Cuftom of Counting Noses,

ibid,

ibid,

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