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Hamillon,

Evil

148

on

English and Swedish Languages, fome-

H
times the same

339
English Nation remarkable for swear.
ing, 179; for their Credulity, 180; HAIR-dressing, Treatise on

Lieutenant-General, his
for their fierce and cruei fpirit 180

Speech ac York Meeting
Epijile from Lord Ashburton in the

149

Dr. Hugh, his attempt to
Shades to Mr. Pitt in the Sunshine

prove the Existence and Perfection of
471
the Supreme Being

437
Efays, on the Prevention of an

Harwood, Rev. Dr. Case of
injurious to Health, 148, to prove Hayes, Rev. Samuel, his poem, Creation
the insufficiency of a Subaltern Ola
ficer's Pay
in the Army, 231;

196
on Medals, 325; on the Polity of Heroic Ép ftle to Major Scott

Heraldry of Nature

472
England

395
329
Every Man his own Law-maker

Hervey, Mr. his Letters from Spain,

150
Executive Juftice, thoughts on,

Italy, and Germany

265
147 Hints for the better Management of the
Appendix to

473

Poor, 74; of imporiant Ufes from
Aerostatic Globes

146
F

Hiftory of Lord Belford and Miss Sophia
Woodley, 26; of Greece, 1-90;

of Scotland, 19, 99, 209; of the
FATAL Marriage, a Novel 391 Rise and Progress of Geography, 146;
Finances of Great-Britain, Efay of Grezi-Britain, on a new Plan, 176;

460 of Exclufions from the Royal Society,
Fine Arts, an Inquiry into

401

229;

and Practice of Aeroftation
Fleurettes, a Translation from the.

366; of the India Company, 415;
French

143 of Sir Henry Clarendon, 472 ; of An-
Follies of a Day, a Comedy

362
tichrist

316
Fox, Mr. his Speech on the Irish Pro-

Hiflorical Rhapsody on Mr. Pope 305
politious, 426; his Reply to

Holcroft, Thomas, his Tales of the
Pitt, on reporting the fourth Irish

Caitle, 74; bis Trantlation of the
Proposition

466
Follies of a Day

362
Frunckling Dr. his Sermons

457 Horji y, Dr. his Speech in the Royal So-
Freedom of England, the Fouodation

ciety, 265; Letters to him from Dr.
of it laid by the Princes of the Line

Prieliley,

52, 105, 377
of Tudor

243 House of Commons, Speech intended to
French Spelling Book, a new one 473 have been spoken therein, 311; Dea

bare i hercia

471
Hyland, Rev. F his Odes 144
Humphries, Col. David his Poem ad-

dieffed to the American Armies 312
GAMING, Obfervations on

249 Hypercriticisin, or Miss Seward's Eloisa
Genealogy of Lord Elliot, of

303
Port Eliot,

41
Geneva, historical and political View of

I
the Constitution and Revolutions of

262
Gentle Shepherd, a travnation of 193 Mpartial Refletions

394
Gibbon, Ellward, Esq. Letters to himn by India Company, History of 415
The Rev. Mr. Travis

166 Induiry of the People, not reasonable
Gleam of Comfort to this difireffed Em-

415
pire

395

Indiani, Account of an Engagement
Gold, History of

292
with

269
Goodness and Mercy of God, to the peo- Influence of the Moon in Fevers, Trea-
ple of this Land, a Sermon 233

424
Gordon, Mr. Cuthbert, his Memorial Innovations in the Siate, danger of 393

471

Inquiry into ancient Grecian Chrono-
Governess, or Boarding School Diffected logy, 5 ; into Rise and Progress of

198

Scottish Parliamenis, 161; into the
Great-Britain, History of

Fine Arts, 401; into the Nature and
Greece, Hifiory of

Gautes

to tax

tire on

176

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832

220

246

Causes of the Wealth of Nations 411 of Sarum, 31; to a young Noble.
Inftitutions of Medicine

370 man, 427 ; to the People of Scot.
Inquiries concerning the Poor, Obler land, by Mr. Boswell

445
vations on, by T. Tod

302 Liberiy. Hall
, an Opera

310
Fobnson, Dr. Samuel, his Dialogue in Life of G. A. Bellamy, Apology for,

the Shades with Dr. Goldsmith, 199; 81; of Linnæus
Elegy on, 231; Ode on his Death, Lillie's Sermon on the Death of Mís.
232 Philips

443
Jones, Sir William, his Discourse to Linguet, M. Considerations sur l'Ouvers
the Afiatic Society, 37; Charge to ture de L'Escaut

462
the Grand Jury at Calcutta, 38; Linnæus, Life of

Translation of an Indian Hyma 39 Literature, State of in England and
Ireland, J. his Poem of the Emigrant, France

232

Lock's Denial of innate Ideas, Review
Ireland, Commercial Regulations with of

147
explained

469 Logan, , Mrhis Tragedy. of Runna-
Ireland, Plan for finally settling the

mede

284
Government of

258 Loix Penales, by M. Du Freche de las
Ivernois, Francis d', his Historical and

lage
Political View of the Conttitution Looking Glass, the

73-145
and Revolutions of Geneva 262 Lunardi, Mr. his Account of his first

Aerial Voyage

146
к

M
KE?
E Y to the parliamentary Debates

391 MACNally, Mr. his Opera of Roc
King of France, Address to on the Re bin Hood
volution at Geneva
262 Magistrate's Assistant

32
King's Tenants in capite not admitted

Mankiud classed in Divisions 445
into the Scottish Parliament 162

Manner of electing Scotch Peers s 164
King, Capt. James, Eiegy to the Me Manners and Customs of ancient Greece
307

3
Kippis, Dr. his Observations on the Manufatures improper Obje&ts of Taxa ?

tion)
Contests in the Royal Society 43

395
Marathon, Battle of described

94
Martin, Thomas, his hints on the Uses
L
of Aerostatic Globes

146

Mary Queen of Scots, Vindication of
LACEDEMONIAN Army, Account her, 19, Queen Elizabeth's Conduct
of

90 to her explained, 21 ; Conduct of the
Ladies, Dialogues concerning them Regent to her, 22 ; her Death

209
229
Matilda, a Novel

316
Lardaff, Bishop of, his Collection of Nedals, Essay on

305
* Theological Tracts

321

Medical Oblervations and Inquiries, 28;
Land-Tax, Plan of one for Ireland 259

-Communications, 353-429
Lane, Mrs. her Address to pregnant Medicine, Collin's Institutes of

370
Women

149

Memoirs of Dr. Sykes
Law-maker, every Man his own 150

Memorial of Mr. Gordon

471
Letters to Dr. Horsley by Dr. Priestley, Metals, their Position acounted for 291
52, 105, 377; from a Member of

Merbod of preventing Pain in Chirugicai
Parliament to his Son, 72 ; of Nepo Operations

216
tune and Gracchus, 73; from a me Minerals, Natural History of 64, 289
dical Gentleman, 75; the Archdea. Misfortunes of Love, a Novel 304
con of St. Albans in Reply to Dr. Mitford's History of Greece

1, 90
Priestley, 105; to Edward Gibbon, Modern Times, or the Adventures of.
Esq. by G. A. Travis, 166; to a Gabriel Ourcast

274
young Gentleman of Fortune just en Monopoly of the India Company, Hiftory
tered at the University, 230; from

of

415
Portugal, Spain, Italy, and Germa Moon, Influence of on Fevers, Treatise
ny, 265; to a young Nobleman on

424
his setting out for France, 283 ; three Moore, James, his Method of preventing
to the People of Great Britain, 287 ; Pain

216
to the Earl of Coventry, by Mr. Mythology of Hindoftan
Thicknesse, 304; to the Lord Bishop

NABOB

mory of

353

on

39

70

279

tions

312

244

662

N

Pit Coa), Origin and Formation of

Plague at Moscow and Jaffe, Account
NABOB, a Novel

315 of by Dr. Orræus, 294, 384; Pow.
Narrative of the Conduct of the ders made use of to prevent its spread-
Tea-dealers
228 ing

298
National Debt, Confiderations on, 74;

Plain Facts

392
Amount of

282 Plan for finally settling the Govern-
Natural Son, a Comedy, 277; enter ment of Ireland

258
taining Scene in

Poem, addrefled to the Armies of the
Nature and Causes of the wealth of Na United States of America, by Col.

411

David Humphries
Nadare, Heraldry of

472 Politeness of the Rufian Peasantry to
New Annual Register,

124
each other

207
New Hints for Recovery of drowned Political Psalms

470
Persons

149

Political State of Great-Britain in Ja-
New Vocabulary of difficult English

nuary, 1785

8.
Words

73 Polity of England, Efray on 329
Nobility, their Influence depressed by Pomposo, Dr. his Character 274
Henry VII.

Poor, hints for the better Management

of
0

74
Pope, Mr. Hilorical Rhapsody on him,

Portici, Description of
OBSERVATIONS on the Contests in Pratical Benevolence

the Royal Society, 43; on the Priestley, Dr. his Letters to Dr. Horsley
Rights and Duty of Juries, 50; on

52, 105, 377
the Tea and Window Act, 227; on Proceedings at the Assizes at Shrewibury
the Animal (Economy

341 on the Dean of St. Asaph
Observer,

249 Progress of Romance
Ode on the Death of Dr. Johnson, 232; Prospect, a Poem

389
by the Rev. F. Hoyland 144 Providence, Doctrine of

183
Opium, Efficacy of in Venereal Com Pultney, Mr. Observations on his Pama
plaints, 431; large Quantity that

phlet relative to the India Bill

31
can be given, 432 ; Table of its Ef-
fects, 434; Observations on its Use
in Diseases, 451; Case of Person QUEEN Elizabeth, exquisite Finesse
cured by it

452

of, 21; Resolves to keep Mary
Opposition, Defence of

26
in Confinement

394
Orrous, Dr. his Description of the Queen of Denmark, affecting Scene of
Plague at Jasse and Moscow 294

her parting with her Child at the
Original Papers relative to the Nabob Caitle of Cronberg

340
of Arcot
470 Question, true state of

312
Outlines of a Plan for protecting London, Quin, Mr. James, noble Generosity of
&c.

150
P

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391

231

448

83

PALEY, Mr. his Principles of Mo- RECOVERY from apparent Death

sal and Political Philosophy 254 occasioned by taking Opium 34
Pariiamentary Debates, Key to them Rectilinear Motion, Treatise on 96

397 Reflections on the present Matters in
Patrio', a Tragedy

137 Dispute between Great-Bricain and
Patriot Soldier, a Poem

307
Ireland

:371
Peat Bogs, Ellay on draining and im Remarks on the Laws of the American
proving

73 States, 74; on the monthly Review
Peers of Scotland, manner of electing of the Lett rs to Dr. Hortley. :05 ;
the Sixteen

164 on the extraordinary Conduct of the
Penai Laws, Observations on 220

Knights of !he Ten Stars, 149 ; on
Persian Empire, Observations on 23

the Report of ihe Eait- lidia Direc.
Philofophy, first Principles of 98 tors, 228; on the British Coinage 326;
Philosophy moral and political, Princi the History of the landed
ples of

254

and commercial Policy of England
Pbilefophical Rhapsodies
444

241
Pictures from Nature

387 Repor! of the Lords of the Council on
Pinetti's laft Legacy

Irish Affairs

469

on

316

426

305

Piy

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Report of the Commisfioners charged Speech of Lieutenant-General Hale
by the King of France with the Ex the York Meeting, 149; of Mr.

amination of animal Magneriim 304 Fox on the Irish Resolusions
Reporter, or Subliance of a Debate in the Stephenson, John, his Address to Bryant
Huule of Commous

Edwards, Eiq.

200
Resolutions, Inih, Mr. Fox's Speech on Stone Conin, a Poem,

474
them

426 Sluirt, Dr. Gilbert, his Hiftory of
Review of Lecke's Denial of innate Scotland

19, 99, 209
dieas

147 Subaltern Officers, Insufficiency of their
Rigbes and Duty of Juries, Observations

231
50

Sullivan's Philosophical Rhapsodies 444
Ris and Progress of Parliament, Inqui- Supplement to Collin's Peerage

161 Supreme Being, Aitempt to prove the
Robertjon, Rev. T. his Inquiry into the Exience and Perfection of 437
Fine Arts

401 Sufan and Olmond, a Lyric Poem
Robin-Hood, or Sherwood Forest, an Sweden and English Language in fome
Opéra, 246; Scene in it
247 lotta ces the same

333
Royal Academy, Discourse delivered Sykes, Dr. Memoirs of his Life and
to the Students of

375

Writings
Ruffian Hospitality, Defcription of, 202; Syltem of Anatomy

Roads, Construction of, 2015; Village, Syfem of Trade, the proposed one with
Di scription of, 296; backwardneis of lieland explained
the coinmon People in mechanic Arts,
207; Nierchants, Regulation of, 336;
Peata' ts may obtain Liberty, by
what Means,

T
337

383

3:3

468

289

on

S

TALES of the Cafile
SALTS, History of

Tea and Window Act, Observations
Scotland, the Proportion of Taxes

227
there to those of England 260 Theological Tracis, a Collection of

321
Scriprure Lexicon

394

I bicknejie's Letter to the Earl of Co-
Seaburv, Dr. Samuel, his Sermon on ventry

304
the Nature and Extent of the Apoßio; Thoughts, on the Slavery of the Negroes

Thirty-nine Articles

470
lica! Commission
Sea Water, Impregnation of accounted 72,

on Executive Justice 147; on
for

Bonds of Refignation 230; on the

299
Seminary at Margate, Account of

Merits of the Weltminster Scrutiny

391
Sermors by Joseph White, 7; by the

395
Rev. George Walker, 183; by a

Todd, T. his Observations on M'Far-
Country Cleryman, 233; on the lan's Inquiries concerning the Poor
Death of Mrs. Phillips, 393; 01 va-

302
rious Subje&ts, by Dr. Franklin 457 Tour through the United States 268
by Dr. Seabury, on the Nature Towers, Dr. bis Obtervations on the
and Extent of the Apoftolical Com Righis and Dutics of Juries
m slion, 273; in Greenwich Church,

Travels into Poland, Russia, Sweden,
by Dr. Burnaby, 309; by Dr. Pop and Denmark, by W. Cox

201, 335
ham, 309; on opening the Infirmary Travis, Rev. G. A. his Letter to Mr.
at Hull, 310; upon the general

Gibbon

766
Thanksgiving

310

Treatise on the Diseases of Children
Sbe!don, Mr. his Hifiory of the absor 148; on the Principles of Hai:-
bent System

25

Dresing 388; on the Influence of the
Smith, Dr. his Tour through the United Moon in Fevers

424
States

268 Tucker, Dean, his Reflections on the
Similarity of the English Monarchy to present Dispute between Great Bri-
the ancient Greek ones
6 tain and Ireland

377
Smith, Dr. Adam, his Inquiry into the Twining, Richard, his Observations on

Nature and Causes of the Wealth of the Tea and Window Act 227; his
Nations

414

remarks on the Report of the Eart
Sonnets and other Poems

388
India Directors

228
Spartan Manual, a Tablet of Memory

72

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Ward, William, his Translarion of the
Gentle Shepherd

193

We have been all in the Wrong
7 ALEGE, M. Du Friche de, his

392
Observations on Penal Laws

}} bite, Joseph, his Sermons at Bampton's
Vale of Glendor, a Novel

Leeure
391

7
Vegetable Poisons, their Mode of Opera. Wight, Alexander, his Erçuiry into the
tion not to be known by Inspection

Rise and Progress of Parlaments 160
of the Body after Death

Wild Beasts, Combais of them in

345
Venice, Account of the Rise of

France

286
Verses addrefled to Sir G. O Paul

Wills Observations on

307
Uncertainty of the Signs of Murder in

Women, Freedom of, in the Homeric
the Cure of Ballard Children

31

Age
Underwood, Dr. his Treatise on the Dir.

Words of the Songs in the Nunnery 383
eases and management of Children 148 Wounds, Cales of,
Vocabulary, a New one, of English
Words

73

Y
W

266

255

456, 457

WALKER, Rev. G. Sermon by him Young Nobleman, Letters to

IN

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TO THE

NATIONAL

AFFAIRS.

A

Concessions to Ireland produce fresh De-
mands

234
ADMINISTRATION, Objeets they conduce of the Minister compared with

have in View
America, Observations on their Law,

Grown and Peers, Consequences to them

if the Coalition had succeeded with
their India Bill

77
B

240

396

&c.

156

159

BALLOONS, Reflections on them i

British Manufacturers have little to DUTCH fisheries
fear froin Ireland

319

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COMMONS, their Rights contrafled EAST Indies Patronage of, attempted
with the Peers 151; Jealousy of,

76
concerning the Weliminfter Election Edinburgh, Sum granted for building a

245
College

319
Emperor

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