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of,

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A.

Bleeding (injudicious) in pregnancy,
ABBEY of Bec, history of the,

an efsay on,

p. 368 Brereton (Wm.) esq. case of, 79
Abercrombie and Mawe's universal Bridal ode on the marriage of Ca-
garderier and botanist,

187, 249

tharine and Petruchio, 393
Alifceljes essay on the cure of, 219 Bristol's (earl of) speech,

387
Abstracts (genuine)from two speeches Britannia, the tears of,

155
of the late earl of Chatham, 226 Broughton's fifteen sermons,

315
Account of the scarlet fever and sore Browne's report of cases in parlia-
throat,
51 ment,

379
Ackland (col.) verses on the death of, Buthred, a tragedy,

157
76

C.
Actions (civil), history and practice Caledonia, a poem,

311
248 Calypso, a masque,

394
Address to the lords of the admiralty, Calm reply to Mr. De Courcy's re-
73 joinder,

479
tom to the hon, admiral Keppel, Campaign (the maritime) of 1778,
387

240
(a friendly) to the Jews, 397

Carmen feculare of Horace translated
Advice from a lady of quality to her into English verse 231. Second
children,

113

edition, 314. Parody on, 394
to lying in women, 396 Carr's dialogues of Lucian, vol. II.
Æschylus, notes on the tragedies of,

439
399 Carver's treatise on the culture of
Agriculture, minutes of,

tobacco,

319
Anecdotes, historical, military, and Case of Wm. Brereton, esq.

79
civil,

387 and memoirs of Mr. Hack-
Angina (malignant), treatise on the, man,

319
78 Catechism of the church of England,
Animal heat, inquiry into the cause lectures on the,
of,

202. Cause of animal heat, inquiry into
Annals of Scotland,

the,
Anstey's paraphrase of s Cor. xiii. 475 Càufidicus, a poetical lash, 39%
Antidote (an) to popery,

Charge delivered at several visita-
Anti Palliferiad (the),

tions at York,

239
Antiquarian repertory,

407 ---to the clergy of the archdea-
Apotheosis of Punch,

475
conry of St. Alban's,

479
Aristotle's treatise on government,

Chart of penal laws,

478
262 Chatham (earl of) abstracts from two
Alize-fermon at Leicester, Aug. 12, speeches of the,

226
1778,
479 Chelsea pensioner, the,

395
Attorney, the practising, 475 Chester's (bishop of) fast sermon,
B.

237
Bath, a fimile, &c.

229 Christianity an easy and liberal
Beatson's divine philanthrophy, 156 system,

158
Bec, the history of the abbey nf, 368

the true foundation of
Bell's grammar of the Greek tongue,

civil liberty,

479

Church of England vindicated, 458
Bennet's dissertation on the teeth and Clare's essay on the cure of abscesses,
and gums,
235

219
Berington's immaterialism delineat- Clubbe's treatise on inflammation in
ed,

the breasts,
Bernard's music made easy to every Collumella, or distressed anchoret,454
capacity
99 Complete English physician,

159
Biographia Britannica, vol. 1. le- Conduct of admirals Hawke, Kep-
cond edit.

25 pel, and Palliser confared,
VOL. XLVII, June, 1779.

Congratu-

210

161

202

77

154

399

1

398

396

388

356

228

222

480

101

Congratulation (heroic) to the hon. Divine philanthrophy,
Augustus Keppel,

Dobson's history of the troubadours,
Congratulatory ode to admiral Kep-

337, 421
pel,

154

Dramatic works of Massinger, 393
Congress, the female,

E.
Confiderations on the present state of Earth, view of the,
public affairs,

137 Eastern nations, differtation on the
on the state of the
languages, &c, of,

87
Roman catholics in Scotland, 227 Elegy on Samuel Foote, esq. 76

on the present state of on David Garrick, esq. 156
the church establishment,

288

Ellis's trapnation of Aristotle's trea.
Constitutional packet, a, 73

tise on government,

262
Conversion of finners the greatest England (church of) vindicated, 458
charity,

77 English grammar, introduction to,
Cornwallis (earl), examination of,

79
387

phyfician, the coraplete, 159
Cotyłto, the temple of,

poets, the,

354, 450
Cowper's (Dr. Wm.) charge deliver-

garden, book III.

391
ed at York,

239 Epifle (heroic) to fir J. Wright, 75
Coxe's sketches of the state or Swifler. -- to admiral Keppel. 153
land,

from Co-em-cy to
Cricketers, the noble,
230 Dr. W-on,

155
Cruttwell's advice to lýing-in wo-

from the rector of St. Anne
men,

396

to the vicar of Rochdale, ibid.
Cumberland's Calyro,

394

from Edward to Harriet, 230
D.

Erskine's transation of Gaubius's
Dalrymple's (fir John) three letters

medicinal pathology, 183
to lord Barrington,

73 El'ay on injudicious bleeding in preg.
(Gr David) annals of

nancy,
Scotland,
160 on human nature,

80
Danebury, a tale,

390

on the toleration of papists, 153
De primordiis civitatum, oratio, 470 on the cure of absceffes,
Defence (a new) of the holy Roman towards the demonstration of
church,

317
the Trinity,

235
Delamayne's essay on man, 472 -- on the fimplicity of truth, 240
Delineation, a poem,

315
on man,

472
Devonbirs wall, the prieftess of, Elays (6x), by F. Feyjoo, 107

475

Eulogy on M. de Voltaire, 159
Dialogues of Eumenes,

370
Eumenes, dialogues of,

370
of Lucian,

439 Europe (modern), history of, 346
of the dead with the live Euterpe, or remarks on the use and
ing,

444
abuse of music,

79
Dictionary of gardening and botany, Evans's sermon against popery, 158

187, 249. Every patient his own doctor, 159
-of ihe Norman language,415 Examination of the conduct of the
Dionylii Longini quæ supersunt, Gr. present adminiftration,

72
401

of earl Cornwallis, 387
Discourse on the faft-day, 239

Exibition, the,

319
on the theory of gunnery, Extract of a letter from Mr. Gilping
319

320
Discusion (a free) of the doctrines of

F.
materialism,

76 Falck's (Dr.) guardian of health, 315
Differtation on the languages, &c. Fanatical conversion,

155
of eastern nations,

87 Farmer's (old fashion) motives for
- on the teeth and gums, embracing the Roman Catholic

235
faith,

158
Disertations, two,

460 Faf-fermons, Febs 10, 1779: by
Difraclid lover, the,
312

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153

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187, 249

The bishop of Chester, 237. Dr. Hardy (Dr.) letter to,

159
Leland, ib. Dr. Price, ib. Dr. Hartley's letters on the American
Fordyce, 239.

Mr. Perit, ib.
Dr. Stinton, 316. 397

Hayes's nativity of our Saviour, 75
Fathers (the), a comedy, 157 Heat (animal), philosophical enquiry
Female patriot, the,

155

into the cause of,
congress, the,

Heroic epifle to fir J. Wright,
Feyjoo's fix eifays,
107 Historical anecdotes,

387
Fisher's review of the doctrine of History of the origin of medicine,
philosophical necessity,

97 233.

Of common law, 24.1.
Foote (Samuel) esq. elegy on,

And practice of civil actions, 2480
Fordyce's (Dr.) fast sermon,

239

Of the troubadours, 337, 421.
Forreft's voyage to New Guinea, 257 Of modern Europe, 346.

OF
Francklin's (Dr.) sermon before the Miss Sidney,

475
humane society,

Hodgson's letters to Mrs. Kinder-
Free difcuffion of the do&rines of

Ney,

240
materialism,

76 Honeft sentiments of an English of-
thoughts on conforming to any ficer,
religious iest,

398 Horace, select satires of, 471
Freeholder's (the) fupplication to

Human nature, an effay on, 80
parliament,

153 Husbandry in Scotland, present state
Friendly address to the Jews, 397
G.

Hut (the Scotch), a poem,
Garden, the English, book III. 391 Hutchinson's oration at the dedica-
Gardener and boranist, the univer- tion of free' mason's hall, in-Sun-
fal,

derland,

160
Garrick (David), esq. elegy on,157. Hydrocele, treatise on the, 234
Verses to the memory of, 232.

I. J.
In the thades, 233. Life and Ibbetson’s (Dr.) charge to the clergy
death of, 240. Monody to the of the archdeaconry of St. Als
memory of,

314
ban's,

479
Gaubius's inftitutions of medicinal Jenkins's calm reply to De Courcy,
pathology,
183

ibid.
Geddes's translation of select fatires Jephson's law of Lombardy, 157
of Horace,

474 Jews, friendly address to the, 397
Genuine abstracts from two speeches Illumination, a prelude, 395

of the earl of Chatham, 226 Immaterialism delineated,
Gibbon's vindication of the history Indiftment, &c. of admiral Keppel,
of the decline and fall of the Ro.

227
man empire,

58 Inflammation in the breasts, treatise
Gilbert's (baron) history and practice upon,
of civil actions,
248 Injured inanders, the,

224
Gilpin's lectures on the catechism, 320 Inquiry into the cause of animal heat,
Gordon's (Dr.) complete English
physician,

159 Inspiration of the holy scriptures af-
Gospels, Syriac Philoxenian version serted and explained,
of the,

81 Inftitutions of medicinal pathology,
Governess, the,
320

182
Grammar of ihe Greeek tongue, 399

Introduction to Englith grammar, 79
Guardian of health, vol. I. 315 Zones's tranNation of the speeciies of
Gulstonian lectures,
335 Isæus,

284
Gunnery, discourse on the theory of, Johnson and Steevens's edition of
329 Shakspeare,

:29, 172
H.

Johnson's (Dr.) English poets, 354,
Hackman (Mr.). case of, 319

4 50
Hales's (Gr Matthew) history of the Johnstone's (Dr.) treatise on the ma-
common law,

241
lignant angina,

78
1 i 2

Journal

398

396

202

316

316

Journal kept on board the Rainbow, Liverpool prize, a farce,

395
160 London's (bishop of) new translation
Ilæus, the speeches of,

284

cf Isaiah, 35. Sermon on Ah-
Isaiah, a new tranNation, 35 wednesday,

236
Ifanders, the injured, 224 Longini (D.) quæ fuperfunt Gr. &
K.
Lat.

401
Keate's fketches from nature, 376 Lover, the diftracted,

312
Kelham's dictionary of the Norman Lowth's (bishop) tranflation of
language,

415
Isaiah,

35
Keppel (admiral), epiftle to, 154. Lucian, dialogues of

439
Congratulary ode to, ibid. in. Lucubrations, civil, moral, &c. 398
dictment, &c. of, 227. Heroic con-

M.
gratulation addreffed to, 228. Ad- Maddock's letter to the rev. Mr. M.
dress to,
387 Browne,

317
Keppeliad, the, a poem,

228 · Maritime campaign of 1778, 240
Kiadell's inspiration of the holy Markham's (Dr.) sermon at the Asy-
'scriptures asserted, &c. '

lum, May 19, 1778,

239
Kindersley (Mrs.) letters to, 240 Marshall's minutes of agriculture,
Kippis's (Dr.) edition of Biographia

18
Britannica, vol, I.

25 Mason's (J. Monk) edition of Maf-
Knight's proposal for peace between finger's works,

293
Gr. Britain and N. America, 153

(w.) ode to the naval of.

ficers of G eat Britain, 310. Eng.
Languages, &c. of eastern nations, lith garden book, ill. .391
differtation on,
87 Massinger's dramatic works,

293
Law's (Mr.) letter to a lady in. Materialism, a free discussion of the
clined to enter into the commu- doctrines of,

76
nion of the church of Rome, 77

Mavor's Parnaffian fprings, 231
Law of Lombardy,

157

Mawe and Abercrombie's universal
Lectures on the catechism,

gardener and boianist, 187, 249
Gulstonian,

335 Meader's planter's guide, 304
Leland's (Dr.) fast sermon, 237 Medicine, hift. of the origin of, 233
Leslie's (Dr) inquiry into the cause Melmoth's Shenstone-green, 207.
of animal heat,

Shadow's of Shakespeare 333
Lessons for children of three years · Memoirs, moral and historical, 120
old, part II.

210

22

320 Memorial in behalf of the Roman
for children from three to catholics of Edinburgh and Glar.
four years old,

ibid.
gow,

2217
Letter to Dr. Hardy, 159. To the Meritorious disobedience, 472

king, 227 A second, to the dean Miles's remarks on an act for the
of Guild, &c. of Glasgow, 228. A encouragement of the fisheries
Temarkable moving, 232. To the from Great Britain and Ireland to
rev. Mr. M. Browne, 317. To the Newfoundland,

153
binnps, 389. To Dr Lettsom,478 Minutes of agriculture,

18
· Letters o lord Barrington, 73. Three, Momus, a poem,

228
ib. To a lady inclined to enter in- Monody to the memory of D. Gay-
to the communion of the church of rick, esą.

314
Rome, 77. On the American war, Moral and historical memoirs, 130
153. To Mrs. Kindersley, 240. Moving letier, a remarkable, 232

From an officer in the guards, 417 Murdin's three fermons, 396
Lettfom's (Dr.) history of the origin Murry's (Ann) poems,

375
of medicine, 233. Letter to, 478 Musgrave's Gulftonian lectures, 335
Life and death of D. Garrick, esq. Miusic, remarks on the use and abuse

24.0 of, 79. Made easy to every capa-
Lindsey's two differtations, 460

99
Linguet's political and philosophical

N.
speculations,

45 Nannonds treatise on the hydrooele,
Literary history of the troubadours,

234
337, 421

Nativity

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Nativity of our Saviour,

75
Petit's faft-sermon,

239
Nature (human), an essay on, 80 Perfus, fatires of, imitated,

474
Navigation the practice of, 57 Philantrophy (divine); 156
Neptune, a poem,

154 Philosophical inquiry into the cause
Nereus's prophecy,

310

of animal heat,
Noble cricketers, the,

230

transactions, 321, 432
Norman language, dictionary of, 415 Physical journal kept on board the
Nojes, treatise on the custom of Rainbow,

160
counting,

480

Physan, the complete English, 159
Notes on the tragedies of Æschylus, Pictures, of men, manners, &c. 480

399

Pieces felected from the Italian poets,
0.
in English verse,

74
Observations on the plan for esta- Pilon's Liverpool prize, 395
blishing a dispensary and medical Plan (new) to save the state,

472
society, 235. On the efficacy of a

Planter's guide, the,

304
new mercurial preparation, 235. Plays of Shakspeare, 129, 172
Concerning the law and history of Poems, by Mr. Tasker,

155
Scoiland, 275. On the national on various subjects, 375
debt,
471 Poets, the English,

354, 450
Ode to the warlike genius of Great' Political and philosophical specula-
Britain, 75. To admiral Keppe), tions,

45
154. To the naval officers of Great Poftfcript to Dr. Price's fast-fer-
Britain, 310
To the privateer mon,

317
'commanders, 390. Bridal, 393

Pott's remarks on the pally of the
Old fashion farmer's motives for .em- lower limbs,

217
bracing the Roman catholic faith, Practice of navigation,

57
158 Practising attorney, the, 475
Opposition mornings,

471

Preference of virtue to genius, 391
Oratio de primordiis civitatum, 470 Pregnancy, an essay on injudicious
Oration at the dedication of free ma- bleeding in,

78
fon's hall, Sunderland, 160 Present state of husbandry in Scot-
Origin of medicine, history of, 233 land,

267
P.
Prices's (Dr.) fast sermon,

237
Packet, a constitutional, 73 Priestess of Devonshire-wall, 475
Palilloi's eulogy on Voltaire,

159
Prince of peace,

301
Palmer's free thoughts on conform- Pringle's (fir John) discourse on the
ing to any religious test, 398

theory of gunnery,

329
Palfy of the lower limbs, remarks on Proposal for peace between Great
the,

217

Britain and North America, 153
Panegyric on Voltaire, 78 Prufia's (king of) panegyric on
Papisis essay on the toleration of, Voltaire,

78
Public welfare, the,

72
Paradise lost, the new, 207. Pulteney's confiderations on the pre-
Paraphrase of 1 Cor. xiii. 475

sent ate of affairs,

137
of the paraphrase, ibid. Punch, apotheofis of,

475
Parnasian sprigs,

231
Pygmalion, a poem,

314
Parody of the carmen seculare, 394

R.
Party satire satirised,

75 Ray (miss) reflections on the death
Paftoral by an officer in the Canadian of,

313
army,

311
Recantation,

228
Pathology, institutions of,

Remarks on the use and abuse of
Patriot, the female,

155

music, 79. On an act for the en-
divine to the female hifto. couragement of the fisheries to
rian,

230 Newfoundland, 353. On the palsy
Patriotic perfidy,

472 of the lower limbs, 217, On the
Pearce's (bishop) sermons,1, 141,193 proceedings on the court martial
Penal laws, chart of,

478
on admiral Keppel, 207. On Dr.

Lettsom's

153

183

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