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Bryani's Observations on Morritt's Vin- Destination,
dication of Homer,
191 Diabetes Mellitus. See Rollo.
Bubble and Squeak,
104 Dialogue between Dr. Johnson and Mrs.
Burder's Life of Machin,
Dibdin's Translation of Kotzebue's Horse
110, III and the Widow,
Chronological Table, 20g Diderot's Natural Son,
(C.) Age of Chivalry, 349 Dogberty's Crown-Circuit Companion,
(Weeden) Sermon to the Pimlico
355 Douglas's Speech on the Union,
Do. to the Chelsea Do.
Dresden. See Wraxall.
Du Bois's Wreath,
Duigenan on the State of Ireland,
Calculation. See Condillac.
Duncan's Miscellaneous Essays,
Canterbury Tales, Vol. III. 236 Durcb Expedition vindicated,
Cantori, Voyage to,
Captive of Spilburg,
341 Edgeworth's Practical Education, 72
Castéra's Histo of Catherine II.
548 Education, Fem See More.
Cayenne, Deportation to, Narrative of, 129
See Edgeworth, Wirberspoon,
Chambers's (Miss) He deceives himself, 97 Morland.
Charpentier. See rossigny.
Egypt, Travels in,
Chemical Annals, Nos. 92, 3, & 4, 560 Ellis's Sollicitor's Instructor,
Chemistry. See Jacquin.
Elsley's Annotations on the Gospeis, 44"
Chester, Bp. of, his Charge, 454 Enfield. See Aikin.
Cbrist, Life of,
452 Evans's Moral Reflections,
Christian Philosophy, Picture of,
Examen de la Conduite des Puissances de
Christianity. See Fell.
209 Excbequer Decrees, Collection of,
Cbronology. See Investigation.
Exotics froma Antigua,
Clare's Edit. of Bishop's Sermons, 27
Clarence, Duke of, Speech on the Slave False Friend,
Cole's Loyal Poetical Gratulation, 347 Sbame, a Comedy,
Collection of Exotics,
Concise Account of Events in the Irish 's Sermon,
Fell and Hunter-Lec:ures on the Evi-
Cordillac on the Language of Calculation, dences of Christianity,
506 Fellowes's Picture of Christian Philosophy,
Conduct of Great Britain vindicated, 342
of European Powers, See Examen.
Confessions of the Countess of Lichtenau, Females, Young, Letters relative to, 210
Fernandez's Spanish Exercises, 344
Contributions to Physical Knowledge, 60 Fever. See Jackson.
Copper Plate Itinerary,
Force of Calumny,
CORRESPONDENCE with ibe R.
viewers, 120, 237–240, 359-360, Foster, Mr. his Speech, Review of, 470
France, Losses of, View of,
Corsicans, a Drama,
Tracts relating to, 92, 129,
Cossigny's Voyage to Canton, $12
265, 476, 523, 530, 572
Courts of Justice, Report of the Com- Frencb Crusade, Failure of,
Critique on Pizarro,
103 Gabell's Fast Sermon,
Gain, Love of, a Satire,
Customs. See Mascall.
Gawler's Trial for Adultery, 455
Gay’s Strictures on an Union, 231
Geisweiler's Translation of Kotzebue's
Poverty and Nobleness of Mind, 275
Debates of the House of Lords, 112 Geology.' See Bertrand.
Denbolm's History of Glasgow, 468 Gibson on Bilious Diseases,
Gidsgow, History of,
468 Iffland's Forestert,
Income, Tax on, Account of Persons who
Gospels, Annotations on,
cannot pay it,
Governments, Antient Federal. See Sainte
Inkle and Yarico,
Graves's Essay on the Apostles, 44 Investigation of received Chronology, 259
Great Britain. See Conduct. See Thougbis. Josse’s Spanish Grammar,
Grellier's Terms of all the Loans, 230
Journal of a Tour to Scarborough, 350
Ireland, Military Operations in, Account
Hall's Bampton Lectures, for 1798, 378
See Union. See Dirigenan.
Hare, or hunting incompa.ible with Hu- Irisb Rebellion, Founders of, Anecdotes
Horgruve's Juridical Arguments, Vol. II. Political Characters, Sketches of,
Rebellion, Account of Events in,
Harwood's Lite of Christ,
Hastings, Mr. Debates on his Trial, 112 Irwin on the Failure of the French Cru-
Hayter's Assize Sermon,
He deceives himself,
Helme's (Mrs.) Albert,
D'Ivernois on the Losses of France, 92
Herscbel's (Miss) Catalogue of Stars, 339 Juridical Arguments, Vol. II.
Hestop on the Assize of Bread, 114 Yuvenile Stories and Dialogues,
Hill's journal of a Tour,
, Observations on, 476, 7
Histoire des Campagnes do Suworow, 177
Kendal's Translation of St. Pierre's In-
History of my Father,
Huare's Translation of Kotzebue's Sighs, Killaloe, Bishop of, his two Sermons,
Holliday's Life of Lord Mansfield, Oo- King's Supplement to Remarks on Signs
of the Times,
Holmes-Vetus Testamentum Græcum, Kingsbury on Village Preaching, 451
Kirkman's Memoirs of Macklin, 305, 426
Hely Orders, Testimonials for, serious Knowles's (Mrs.; Dialogue with Dr. John-
Considerations on signing,
Homer. See Morrit.. See Bryant.
Knox, Bishop of Killaloe. See Killaloe.
Himper's Translation of Plenck’s Hygro. Kotzebue's History of my Father,
Force of Calumny, 99
Horses, Treatise on, Vol. II.
Hull's Observations on Simmons's Detec-
Widow and Riding Horse,
Plumbo:di's Experiments on the Atmos-
Poverty and nobleness of Mind,
Hunt:r's Translu ion of Sonnini's Travels,
Sighs, a Comedy, 216
False Shame, a Comedy, 217
Peevish Man, a Drama, 219
Hutchinson's Biograpbia Medire, 173
Corsicans, a Drama,
Hallon's Course of Mathematics, 18
La Férouse, a Drama, 223
flygrology. See Hoper.
K;d's Arrangement of the assessed Taxes,
Jackson on Fever,
scobinism, Origin of,
Fregnir's Ele nents of Chemistry, tianse Labarthe-Maritime and Colonial Annals,
Jamaicai, Dis-ases in. Se Lempritre.
Lantier's Travels of Antenor, 284
Gamieson's (Mr.) Mineralogy of Sheiland, La Perouse, a Drama,
Lavater's Litter to the Directory, 350
(Dr.) Remarks on Hill's Jour. Law's Sermon,
476,7 Lawrence's Treatise on Horses, Vol. II.
Ifiuna's Lawyers, a Drama,
Lawyers, a Drama,
Lee's (Miss) Canterbury Talee, Vol. III. Missiessy on the Equipment of Ships, 49)
236 Missionary Society, Apology for,
Legs, Wounds and Ulcers of, Observa- Money, circulating. See Objections.
235 Moore's Observations on the Union, 447
Lempriere on the Diseases of the Army in More's (Mrs.) Strictures on Female Edu-
Lessing's School for Honour,
Morlandon false Ideas,
Letter to the Bishop of London, 344
Morrite's Vindication of Homery
to the Pope,
475 Mortgages, Law of,
Letters to Wilberforce,
292 Mosely's Sermon,
Lewis's Love of Gain,
Translation of Kotzebue's Rolla,
Lisbienau, Couniess of, Confessions of, Natural Son,
Nile, Battle of,
Lircolnsbire, Agriculture of,
Nivernois, Duke of, his Fables, translated,
Lindsay's Sermon on Dr. Towers, 354
Loans, Terms of,
Nottinghamsbire, Agriculture of, 181
Locks for Guns, Observations on, 450
London, Bishop of, his Charge, 453
344 Objections to a Method of increasing the
Reflections on a View from, 472 circulating Money,
Liwe on the Agriculture of Nottingham- Observations on the English and French
Lucretius, Wakefield's Edition of, 328 Okos's Account of Elizabeth Woodcock,
Ludger's Translation of Band's Law.
Opinions, new, in France, rise of, 265
- Translation of Kotzebue's Peev. Orpban Heiress of Sir Gregory, 94
ish Man, a Drama,
Paine's Discourse to the Theophilanthro-
Macbeth, new Edition of,
Machin, Rev. J. Life of,
474 Pallas's Journey into Russia,
M.Kenna on the Government of Ireland Paris. See Mercier, See Peltier.
by a separate Legislature,
231 Patient Griselda,
Macklir, Memoirs of,
152 Poers's Minu:iæ,
Maddock on the Power of Parliamente, 460 Peedish Man, a Drama,
Manners's (Lady) Review of Poetry, 390
Peltier Paris, during 1799, 530
Perfectibility of Man, Reflections on, 459
Maritime and Colonial Annals, 521 Pbilosophical Transactions of the Royal
Marsball's History of the Union between Society of London, Part 1. 1799, 140
England and Scotland,
468 Picce of Family Biography,
Mascall's Book of Customs, 469 Pilkington's (Mrs.) Biography for Boys,
Mathematical Analysis. See Vilant,
Mas hematics, Course of,
Dicto for Girls,
Memoirs of the Royal Academy of Ber- Pindar, Peter, Nil Admirari, 463
lin fur 1792 and 1793,
Pizarro, Critique on,
Mercier's New Paris,
Messiah. See Barker.
Plan of Union for Volunteer Associations,
Hiddlesex, Agriculture of,
Middleton on the Agriculture of Middle- Plants indigenous to Great Britain, Sy-
394 nopsis of,
(T. F.) Sermon,
Military Operations in Ireland, relation Plumptie's Translation of Kotzebue's
338 Force of Calumny,
Events on the Continent, Ac.
- Translation of fland's Fo.
Mineralng y, Philosophy of,
Translation of Kotzebue's
Widow and Riding Horse, 214
Mints. See Sole,
Pneumatic Inssitution, Observations at,
Poems. See Lewis, Tresham, West, Cole,
Poetry, Review of,
Politician's Creed, Vol. III.
Pepe, Letter to the,
Poverty and Nobleness of Mind,
Powell on the Law of Mortgages, 457
Power of Parliament considered, 231,460
Précis des évènemens militaires, 581
Proby's Mysterious Seal,
Public Characters of 1798-9,
Pursuit of Happiness,
Radcliffe's Female Advocate, 471
Ramel's Narrative of the Deportation to
Reader, or Reciter,
Reeve's (Mrs.) Destination,
Report of the Committee of the House
of Commons on Courts of Justice, 99
Revenue, British, State of,
Ricbmond's Fast Sermon,
Ring, a Translation,
Rise, &c. of new Opinions in France, 265
Robinson's Reports in the Admiralty Court,
(Mrs.) False Friend ib.
Rochester, Bishop of, Speech on the Slave
Rolla, the Peruvian Hero,
Rollo on Diabetes Mellitus, ad Edit. 348
Rome. See Tresham,
Rousseau's Original Letters, 502, 537
Rowe's Edition of Macbeth, 225
Russia. See Tooke, See Pallas, See
Sighs, a Comedy,
Signs of the Times. See King.
Simmons's Detection of Dr. Hull, 37
Sketches of Modern Life,
of Irish Political Characters, 116
Slave Trade, Speeches on. See Rochester,
Smich's Review of Foster's Speech, 470
Sonnini's Travels in Egypt, 121, 297
Sotheby's (Miss) Patient Griselda, 462
Spanish Language. See Fernandez. See
Spirit of the Elbe,
Staffordshire, History of,
Stars, Catalogue of,
Stutzer's Translation of Jacquin, 349
Suworoni's Campaigns, History of, 177
Srvir zerland. See Wood.
Symons—Synopsis Plantarum, 334
Tax on Income,
Testament, New, Translation of,
old. See Asbburner.
Theopkilanthropists, Discourse to,
Thompson's Translation of the Ring, 98
Thomson's (Dr.) Letters of a Traveller, 25
(Benj.) Translation of Kotze
bue's La Pérouse, a Drama,
Thornton's Politician's Creed, Vol. Ill. 340
Thoughts on Marriage, &c.
on the Interference of Great
Tooke's View of the Russian Empire, 361
Towers, Dr. Sermon on,
Townson's Philosophy of Mineralogy 326
Tracts and Observations, 409
Transactions of the Society for Arts, Vol.
Traveller, Letters of,
Travels. See Weld, Thomsen, Sonnini,
Tresham's Rome at the Close of the
eighteenth Century, a Poem, 194
Trial for Adultery, Lord Valentia w.
Troy. See Morrist. See Bryant.
Turner on the English and French Locks,
Twe: die on the Conduct of Great Britain,
Two Biographical Tracts,
-, single, 118, 119, 354-359,
Sbaw's History of Staffordshire, 917
Skerland, Mineralogy of,
Skipse See Missiessy,
341 Whyte's Miscellany,
Preaching, Apology for, 451
Widow and Riding Horse,
214 Union of Ireland with Great Britain, Wilberforce, Mr. Letters to,
292 Tracts relative to, 167, 231, 335– Wilkes's Apology for the Missionary So. 338, 447, 470.
236 - of England and Scotland, History Williams's Edit. of Saunders's Reports, 456 of,
468 Wirberspoon's Letters on Education, 465 Unsexed Females, a Poem, JO2 Wollaston on Jacobinism,
341 Vocabulary of Sea Phrases,
93 Wood (John) on the History of SwitzerVolunteer Associations, Plan of Union for, land,
449 's (Hutton) Collection of Exchequer
Woodcock, Eliz. Account of,
117 Wakefield's Edition of Lucretius,
Wraxall's Memoirs of the Courts of Ber. Wales, Royal Tribes of,
Jin and Dresden, &c.
382 Wars and Treaties of France, Motives of, Wreath, a Selection from Sappho, &c. 375
523 Warwick's Spare Minutes,
Weld's Travels in America,
Yorke's Royal Tribes of Wales, 252
Wells's Letters to Young Females, 210 Young's Agriculture of Lincolnshire, 55
West's (Mrs.) Poems and Plays, 262
Westmoreland, Earl of, Speech on the
z Slave Trade,
Zimmermann on the Perfectibility of Man, Whately on Wounds and Ulcers,
ERRATA in Vol. XXX. P. 18. 1. 2. Bele autbor's.' 346.
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