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DIALOGUE on the Principles of the
DIALOGUES (Three) concerning Liberty,
ALISTO and Emira,
CAMOENS. See MICKLL.
CAMPBELL's Philosophy of Rhetoric, DICTIONARY of Love, new Edit. 232
286 DIGNAN's Eflay on public Oeconomy,
- concluded, 374
Carey's Lecture on Mimicry, 76 DINSDALE's Thoughts on Inoculation,
Cave of Death,
CHAMPION's Progress of Freedom, ib. DioTREPHES reproved,
CHANDLER's Travels in Greece,
CHARACTERES Generum Plantarum, &c. DISINTERESTED Love,
DIVINE Worship due to the Trinity, 485
CHARLTON'S Three Tracts on Bath wa. DOBSON, Mrs. her Life of Petrarch,
CHECK to Enthusiasm,
164 DRYDEN's Voyage to Sicily, &c. 435
CHESTERFIELD's Letters, Tracts rela- DUENNA (Political)
26, 76, 236 Duty of King and Subjects,
CHURCH YARD'S Worthiness of Wales,
CLIFTON, a Poom,
AST-INDIES, History of English
Clive's Life, Vols. II, III, IV. 480 Transactions there,
COLMAN's New Brooms,
Efray on the Rights of
COLONIES, concise Account of,
ECCLESIASTICs, Inquiry into the Pow-
76 ers of,
COMMERCIAL Palladium, 229 EDMONSON's Companion to the Peer.
COMMON SENSE, Tracts relating to the age,
American Pamphlet so called, 396, 399 EDWARDS (George) Memoirs of, 229
482 ELEGIAC Tribute,
ELLIS's Gardener's Kal ar, 228
CONSTITUTIONAL Advocate, 64 ENQUIRY into the present State of
CONTRACT, a Comedy,
67 Boarding Schools,
Cook's Second Voyage round the World, ENSIGN of Peace,
270 Essai sur les Principes Politiques, & c.
CORN. See LEGISLATION.
CORYAT's Crudities, new Edit. 230
Essay on Nothing,
on Liberty and Necessity, 168
CRAWFORN, William, his Remarks on con Valour,
76 - on the Rheumatism, 392
Charles, his Revolution, a on the Rights of the Eaft- India
CRU), Duchess de, her Letters, 403 Essays on Agriculture, from the French,
CULLEN's Letter to Lord Cathcart, 150
CURRY's History of the Civil Wars in
by another Writer,
CURSORY Remarks on Price, 398 Estwick's Letter to Tucker,
Evans's Political Sophiftry detected,
Every Woman her own Physician,
ANIEL, his Prophecies, Exposi- EUPHROSYNE,
113–177 EXHIBITION of Fancy,
DEATH, a Vifion, new Edil,
Deetor's Pocket Guide,
DESCRIPTION of Middlesex, 229
DEVIL, a Poem,
GRIFFITH, Mrs. her Juliana Harvey,
GROSE's Antiquities, Vols. III, and IV.
FALCK on Mercury,
Plans of ditto,
FALCONER on Bath. Waters, Vol. Jl. GROTIUS on the Christian Religion,
on the Water commonly GUIDE to Domestic Happiness,
used at Bath,
FINE Gentleman's Etiquette, 71
FLETCHER'S American Patriotism, 154
FLIGHT of Freedom,
FLORIST, or Poetical Nosegay, 75
Foott's Bankrupt, a Comedy, 67 HAMILTON'S Midwifry, 10
FOREIGN LITERATURE, 139–223,
HARMONY of the Truth,
-307, 385, 467 HARTLEY's God's Controversy with the
FORSTER. See CHARACTERZS.
Four Mon'hs Tour through France, Harwoon's Translation of Sophy Stern-
FOWKE, Mr. Trial of,
Edition of the New Testa-
FRAGMENT on Government, 329
FRANKLY'S Rambles, Vol. III, and IV. HAYES's Natural History of Birds, 67
67 Hey on Civil Liberty,
FRANKLYN's Contra&t, a Comedy, ib. HISTORICAL Anecdotes,
FREZ-MASONRY, Books relating to,
Review of the Civil Wars
Fair Thoughts on Quacks, &c. 313
HISTORY of Lady Neville,
FRENCH's Fifteen Minutes Advice, 395
of the ine of Anglesey, 432
Hooper's Translation of Gesner's Idyls,
HOSSACK'S Abridgment of Van Swieten,
162 HUNTER's Reflections on Cheerfield's
--Letters, translated, Letters,
HUTCHINSON's Spirit of Masonry, 73-
GARDENER's Kalendar, new one, 228 HUTToN's Edision of the uierul and
GARRICK's Looking Glass, 159 entertaining Papers in the Ladies'
GELLERT's Life of the Countess of G. Diary,
66. Another Transation of ditto, 357
GENERAL Fast, an Ode,
Genius of Britain io General Howe,
ib. Bgo T's Thirty-fix Discourses, 326
GEOGRAPHICAL Dictionary, 162 JENYNS, Soame, Tracts relating to
GESNER's Idyls translated,
bis “ View of the Evidenc s," &c.,
GisBon's History of the Roman Em.
Adswers to ditto, 455-462 IMPROVED Culture of Graffes, 74
GLENIL’s Hiftory of Gunnery,
IMPROVEMENT of Medicine, 394
GOLDSMITH's Translation of Scarron, 75 INDEPENDENCY the Object of the Co-
Haunch of Venison, 157 Jonjes,
GOODRICHE's Observations on Price, INQUIRY into Daniel's Seventy Weeks,
GORDON's Inquiry into the Powers of INTEMPERATE Zeal reproved, 244
INNES on the Muscles,
GRANT on the Peftilential Fever,
on the Epidemic Cough, &c. 242 JOHN BUNCLE, Jun.
GRASSES, Culture of Three principal JOHNSONIANA,
74 JOHNSON's Political Traats,
21 JOURNAL of the Congress of South Ca.
GREIN's Translation of Isaiah,
72 ISABELLA, a Novel.
KENNicorros Hebrew Bible, Vol.gz
L1's Introduction to reading in?
JUSTAMOND's Translation of Reynal, Martyn's Familiar Dialogues,
402 MARVEL's Works, splendid Edition of,
JUSTIFICATION de la Resistance, &c.
241 MATTER of Moment,
Medical Observations and Inquiries,
92 MEESON on Free Masonry,
KINRICK's Obs. on Jenyns, 324 MELMOTH's Liberal Opinions, Vols.
King's Works, new Edit.
160 III. and IV.
Knox's moral and religious Miscellany, MEMOIRS of G. Edwards the Naturalist,
METAMORPHOSES, a Comic Opera, 236
ADY STERNHEIM, 157—319 MEYERSBACH, Dr. Pamphlets, pro and
con, relative to his Practice, 314,
La Morale Universelle, &c. 139 MICKLE's Translation of the Lusiad, 5
LANGHORNE's Seimon on the Happiness MILLER, Mrs. her Letters from Italy,
of the Ecclefiaftic Life,
Translation of Milcon's MODERN Family Physician,
383 MONBODDO. See ORIGIN.
LAVOISIER's Efays, physical and che- MORAY, Province, History of, 50
MORE Work for the Vicar of St. Alk.
LEE's Man of Quality,
LIGISLATION and Commerce of Corn, MUSGRAVE de Arthritide, 373
-'s Speculations, 393
LETTER to Lord Shelburne, ib.
on the Worm Fever, ib.
to Dr. Price,
to Dr. Jebb,
to a Baptist Minister, 243
(Axed Thoughts on Field Preach-
to S. Jenyns,
to the same,
404 NAUTICAL Almanac, for 1778, 151
LETTERS, &c. by A. P. &c. , 77. NEVILLE. See HISTORY.
104 NEw Method of curing Diseases, 475
to Dr. Price,
152, NUNDCOMAR, Facts relative to the
from the Duchefs de Crui, 403
LETTSOM's Obs. on Meyerfbach, 314 NUGENT's Hift, of Vandalia, Vol. ill.
Answer to ditto,
LEVESON on the Blood,
LICENTIOUSNESS Unmask'd, 154 BSERVATIONS on a Scheme before
LIFE of the Swedish Countess of G, 66.
Another Transl. of the same Book, 157 Ode on Sir W. Browne's Legacy, 158
162 on the Fast,
of Bishop Berkeley,
437 OECONOMY of Health,
LINDSEY's Sequel to his Apology, 195 OMIAH's Farewell,
continued, 264 On Government,
Lochee's Military Mathematics, 477. Origin and Progress of Language, Vol.
LOOKING-CLASS for the Profeffors of III.
326 Orton's Christian Worship, 78
L'OSTE's Translation of Grotius, 480 Owen's Supplement to Critica Sacra, 327
LOVES of Califo and Emira, 66
LUCIAN. See RIOLLAY.
LUSIAD of Camoë is, translated, 5
ALMER'S Tour through France, 189
Paul's Digest of the Game Laws, 69
'Gowan, See DEATA.
PEERAGE. See EDMONSON.
MACLAURIN's Arguments, &c. 318 PENNANT's Tour in Scotland, Vol. III.
· Man of Quality, a Farce,
67 Peters's Sermons,
MARAT on Gleets,
PHILOSOPHICAL Transa&tions, Vol. Lxv,
ANDERCOCK's Sermons, 248
PHILOSOPHICAL and Political Hift. &c. SEASONABLE and falutary Word,
402 SERIOUS Thoughts on the Birth of a
PINCHBECK. See Pro.
SERMONS, by Halifax,
PINTO's Letters on America, 397
POEMS-Edwin and Isabella, &c.
- on different Occasions,
Pope's Works, Additions to,
to the condemned, 325
PORTEUS's Exhortation relative to the
Observation of Good Friday, 167
173 SERMONS, Single, 80, 168, 248, 328,
PBICE, Dr. Tracts relative to his 06-
fervations, 65, 152, 239, 398 SHAW, Laghlin, his Hift. of Moray, 50
PRIESTLEY's Two Sermons,
-, Duncan, his comparative View
PRIMITIVE Religion elucidated,
of religious loftruction,
PROPHECY of Merlin,
SHEBBE ARE on National Society, 240
Pro-Pinchbeck's Answer to the Ode, 72 SHENSTONE, a Poem,
SHORT Appeal to the People of Great
Uacks. See FREE THOUGHTS.
History of Transactions in the
QUEBEC. See ADDITIONAL.
Quin's Book-keeping, &c. 322 SINGLETON'S Description of the West
SMITH, Adam, on the Wealth of Na.
William, his Sure Guide in Sick-
REFLECTIONs on the American Con-
SONG, &c. of Mrs. Draper,
on the Means of reducing SOWDEN's Sermon for the Weftminster
on the Growth of Hea.
SPLEEN, a Tale,
STATUT ES at Large, Vol. XII. 319
REFORMATION of Schoolmasters, &c.
STIELE on the Melody, &c. of Speech
234 by Symbols,
397 STEWART's Refutation of Dr. Price, 65
REMARKS on a Letter to a Baptist Mi-
STORY of Juliana Harvey,
244 STRICTURES on Jenyns,
on Watson's Sermon,
on Wacon's Sermon, 478
on Gibbon's History of the STRUTT's View of the Manners, &c. of
462 the Ancient English, Vol. III. 184
REPLY to Parmenas,
233 Swift's Works, Two additional Vo-
RICHARDSON's Morning Thoughts, 238 lumes,
RIDPATR's Border History, 417 SYLVÆ-Poems,
RIGBY on the Uterine Hæmorrbage, 123
RILEY's Arithmetical Tables, 327
RIOLLAY's Edition of Lucian's Two
Are your Choice !
Tracts on History,
TEMPLE of Mammon,
Rose's Farmer's Accomptant, 403 THISTLETHWAITE's Edwald and El-
ROWLEY's Medical Advice, 394
RUDD, Mrs. Anecdotes of,
77 THOMAS's Commercial Palladium, 229
RUDSDELL on misguided Zeal,
Frolics of Fancy, 237
RUIN of Methodism,
327 THOMPSON's Edition of Marvel's Works,
RUTTY's Spiritual Diary,
Retetys's Second Differtation.com
THREL Letters to Mr. English, 24 5
WARD's Natural History,
Tim. Bobbin's Works,
Watson's Sermon on the Revolution,
TRIAL of the Dutchess of Kingston, 68
between Mr. Sayre and Lord
of Smith and Hollis,
Apology for Christianity, 455
of Francis Newman, 156 WEALTH of Nations. See SMITH.
TRUE Merits of “ Common Sense," 396 Webb's Collection of Epitaphs,
Sonship of Christ,
WEEK at a Cottage,
Twiss's Tour in Ireland,
161 WEILAND's Lady Sternheim, translated
by Collyer, 157. By Harwood, 319
WEST Indies, See SINGLETON,
. See NUGENT. WESLEY's Observations on Liberty, 156
482 Great Britain,
VICTOR's Letters, &c.
233 Wilkes's Feaí,
VINDICATION of Watson, 317 WILLETS's Sketch of Providence, 483
404 WILLIAMS's Sermon at Opening the
139 Chapel in Margaret Street, 133
Wilson's Medical Researches,
ALDER'S Child's Directory, 486 WILTON. See VERSES,
WANLIY's Wonders, new Edit.
CONTENTS of the FOREIGN ARTICLES,
in the APPENDIX to this Volume.
N.B. For the CONTENTS of the Foreign Articles in the Core
RESPONDENCE, inserted in the Numbers for Auguft, Septem-
ber, October, November, and December, see the GENERAL
INDEX, with which they are incorporated.
BBe de la Caille's Voyage to the FERBER's Letters. See DIETRICHT.
540 FONTANA's Philosophical Researches,
AYRICA, historical Account of sundry
524 HISTORY of Laongo, &c.
BUSCHING's Tour in Brandenburg, 552 HERCKENROTH's Differtation on the
CAPE of Good Hope, De la Caille's Nature of Cold,
540 Memoirs of the Royal Academy of
CHANGEUX's Observations on the Baro- Sciences at Berlin, for 1774,
relating to the Manufactory
COLLECTION of Memoirs relating to
the manufa&turing of Saltpetre, 513
of the Hiftory, Sciences, Man-
CORRESPONDENCE with the Reviewers, ners, &c. of the Chinese,
relative to Dr. Campbell's Philosophy MUSCULAR Motion, Treatise on,
558 POYART's History of Africa, 524
DEFENCE of the Old Testament against RESEARCHES, Philosopbical, concerne
ing the Animal Oeconomy, 510
DIETRICHT's French TranNation of SALTPETRE, See COLLECTION.
Ferber's Letters on the Natural History VOLTAIRE's Philosophical Dictionary
DISSERTATION sur la Nature du Froid, VOYAGE to the Cape of Good Hope, by
the late Abbé de la Caille,
ETHOCRATIE,-a Tieatise on Govern- YPEY's Physiological Observations on
Acar founded on Morals, 5?7