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CARTWRIGHT'S Girie us cur Rigbis, Dickson's Three Sermons, 78
Sermon before the EchlinCAUSES of cur late Discontents, 469 vile Vulunteers,
ib. CIEOT, M. his Memoirs concerning the
Sermon on the Death of me History, Sciences, &c. of the Chinese, Rev. James A mftrong,
DICTIONARY See PROSPECTUS. CHELTENHAM Guide,
147 DIDEROT's Fay 03 the Reigns of CHESTER Guide,
513 CHIT-CHAT, an Interlude,
74 DIMSDALI's Tracts on Inoculation, &c. CHOICE of Harlequin,
236 CHRONOLOGIE Pbstique des Eruptions DISNEY's Fast Sermon,
318 des Volcans eteints de la France Meridi
147 onale, &c.
DIVORCE, a Farce,
147 CLAIMS of Ireland vindicated, 386 DRAMATIC Puffers,
236 Clark's Answer to Shau's Inquiry con- DUNBAR’s Eliay on Mankind, 2d Edit. cerning Offian's Poems,
47 CLOACINA Triumphant, 307 DURANDE's Chemistry,
134 CONDOLANCE, an Epistle from Burgoyne to Cornwallis,
147 CoLamar's Every Alan's Monitor, 155
E. CONIC Sections. See VINCE. CONSIDIRATIONS on the present State Ast Indies, Publications relative to, of the Wool Trade,
72, 146, 304, 307, 388 on the Tithe Bill, 309 ECCLESIASTES, new 'Iranila.cn of
on Criminal Proceed. fume Parts of, ings, &c.
EDUCATION. See KAIMES. on the Attorney Geo ELEGY on the Death of Lord R. Cavenneral's B:ll, 385 ch,
147 CONSOLATORY Thoughts on American ELEMENS de Clyre, &c.
387 ELLIOT's Eflays on Physiological SubCONSTITUTIONAL Defence of Govern
301 EPISTLE, in the Style of Hogarth, CONTRAST ; or, a Comparison between
from Lady Worn our Woollen, Silk, &c. Manufactures, Essai sur la P by jog nomie, &c.
513 *. * CORRISTONDENCE with the Re- Essay on Prejuo.ce,
72 viewers, 79, 160, 240, 319, 400, 480
on the Law of Celibacy, 156 CORRUPTION corrected,
on Defensive War, &c. 219 COSMOGRAPHIE Elimer:aire, &c.
on Comedy, COUNT of Narbonne, a Tragedy,
on ibe Natarr of a Loan, 385 COWLEY's Belle's Stretagein,
ESTIMATE of the Miniflers (Lord N.'s) CRAVEN, Lady, her Miniature Picture, abii'ies,
386 a Comedy, 74 EUDccra, a Poem,
305 CRITERION, 468 EVERY Man's Monitor,
155 CU8S03Y Examination of Johnson's IXSTRACT of an original Letter from Suridures on Gray, 233 Caicutia,
146 CYNTHIA Qf Properties tranNated, 416
D ALRYM PLZ's Queflion confidered
or, Letters to the People,
3o7 FAIR Abrerican, Sangs in,
473 DAMPFER's Fan Sermon.
318 Fair CIRCASSIAN, a Tragedy, DEATH Song of Lodbrog, King of Den. Faithrou t'icture of the Times, a Sermark, 441 mon for the Year 1782,
317 DEBT of the Nation,
71 FALCO La's Remarks on the Infuence DECLARATION, &c. of the fofiering oi Climate, &c. Lovalists in America,
395 DECREX or Exchequer, on Tithe of FAWKES's Tiandat, or Apollonius RhoMiik,
109 L'ENINA, Abbé, his Political and li. FEMALE ftability,
394 trials Hiace of Greece,
FOREIGN LITERATURE, 134, 138, HISTOIRE de l'Art de l'Antiquité. See
375, 463, 481, 546 WINCKELMANN. FORSTER'S Answer to Dalrymple on HISTORICAL View of Surinam, 148 Wool, 227 HISTORY of Jack Juniper
131 Sermon at Colchester, 316 w of the Legal Polity of the Ro. FORTUNATE Sisters, 474 man State, concluded,
241 FOUR CROY, M. de, his Elementary In.
252 ft:uctions in Nat. Hift, and Chemiftry,
of Ld. North's Administration, 466 Part II.
469 FRANCIS, Mrs, her Translation of Solo.
of the War in Germany. See mon's Song,
TED, William, Memoirs of, 143 (EEB's Letter to Sir R. Barnard,
Second Let. to, 141 GENLIS, Madam, her Adele and Theo. JEPHSON'S Count of Narbonne, a Traderus ; or, Letters on Education, 465 gedy,
64 GEOGRAPHY for Youth, 310 JERNINGHAM's Honoria,
146 GEORGE Bateman, a Novel, 237 JERUSALEM deltroved, a Poem,
307 G:Esox's Roman Hift. concluded, 459 Jew's Letters, to Voltaire,
543 G1ssos's Jerusalem destroyed, a Peern, IMPARTIAL Refections on the late Ad.
307 miniftration, GILEER T's Plan for the Relief and In- INQUIRY concerning Eng. Wools, 338 ployment of the Poor,
44 INTERESTING Skeech of Genteel Observacions on the Poor's Life,
311 ISTORJA politica e literaria della Greia, GIVE us our Rights, 300
549 GLOCESTER, Bihop of, his Faft Ser. Johnson's Biographical Prefaces cosmon,
113 GODDARD's Sermons,
231 GREEN's Translation of Apollonius Rho
his Strictures on Gray exadius, 109 mined,
238 GRIFFITH's Efsays, addressed to mar.
his Lives of the Poets, 850, ried Women,
397 GRIMALDI's Reflections on the Inequa. Jones's Disquisitions, &c.
9 lity amoog Men,
Mahomedan Law of succession, GROSE's Ethics,
442 GUIBERT'S ESSAY on Tactics, 39
his Eftay on the Law of Baile
IRELAND, Publications sel. 10, 145, 386
JUNIPER, Jack, History of, 131 ALYBURTON'S Georgics, 344 JUSTMAN'S Life,
474 HAMILTON's Supplement to the Campi Pbiegræi,
Aims's Loose Hints on Education, HARRIS's Philological Inquiries, 428
348 Hawes's Scriptural Refutation of Ma- Kerr's Nar, of the Rise of ihe Mahrai. dan on Polygamy, 127 ta Srale,
145 Henry's Hittury of Great Britain, Vol. IV.
L. HINT to a Patriot Parliament,
471 HISTOIRE Pbilosophique et Politique, &c.
542 de l'Acad. Royale des Sciences,
481. &c. for 1777,
498 Laroriani, Clev. his Phyfico. Chemide Ruffie, &c.
ragnons, or the Art of Reading
· LBRECHT, a Jew, Narrative of his MICKLE'S Almada Hill, Convertion,
395 MIUER's Enquiry into the Cause of Laçons Elementaires d'Histoire Naturelie, Motion,
18i et de Chimie,
466 MILLES's Edtion of Rowley's Poems, LEFEBVRE DE VILLEBRUNE M. bis Edit. of Silius Italicus,
322 LISSING's Nathan ihe Wire,
307 MINERALOGIE Sicilienne, &c. Lessons in Reading,
157 M NIATURE Picture, a Comedy, 74 LETTER 10 Mr. jenkinson, 70 MODERN Marners,
420 fecond ditto to dito,
141 MOLINEUX's Quefiion-bcok, from a Ctibo'ic Chriftian, 156 Monro's Works,
to Edm, Burke, Esq; on En. MONTH's Tour in North Wales, &c. 148 India Athairs,
134 fecond to ditto,
ib. MOSELEY's Obf. on the Dysentry of the to Gilbert, 4.70 Wett-Indies,
153 to the landed Gentlemen of Lin- Mount Henrieth, a Novel,
129 chinihire, 472 Mouse and the Lyon,
307 to the Clergy of the Church ori MUGLISTON's Leiter on Wool,
234 Engiand, LETTERS from American Far
N. mer, - on Political Liherty, 551 ARRATIVE of Lebrecht,
31 LETTRES famiéres de M. Wirke. NAUTICAL Almanack, for 17. 6, ። ። ” , ,
153 LETTRES de Quelques Juifs Portugals, NAVAL Architecture,
444 &c. 5th Edit.
542 Nichols's Supplement to the Origin of fur la Sicile, &r.
543 Printing, L'EVESQUE's History of Rusia, 512 Nixon's l'rolody made easy, 4.6 LEZIONI, &c. Se TrojA.
NODI's Two Discourses on Sovereigia LIFE of Mrs. Jufman,
302 LITERARY Amulements,
NOUVELLE Gopliru&ior, &c. See Llorn's continuation of the Hift. of the ALEMBICS, the War in Germany,
275 LODBROG. See DEATH,
O, Lort's fudoria,
305 LONDON, a Satire,
151 BSERVATIONS on a Commutation Lucas's Translation of Homer's Hymn of Tithes,
309 to Ceres,
Ode on the Surrender at York-Town, LUCUBRATIONS during a short Receis,
to the Genius of the Lakes, 146 Lyon's farther Froofs, &c, relative to to the Genius of Scandal, 235 Electricity, 175 OLNONE to Paris,
547 TACAULAY'S Translation of ORIGINAL Minutes of the Governor of Noodt's Discourses on Sovereign Bengal,
72 Power, &c. 302 Onnu and Rutha,
3°) MACGOWAN's Discourses on the Book of Roch,
240 MARET's Chemuftiy,
Pings of a Patrio,
227 MARRIAGE Act, a Farce,
147 PARKTR's View of Society and ManMison's inginth Garden, B. 4.
475 MICHANICS applied &c. See EIR PATRIOT krov'n by Comparison, 227 THELOT
PENNANT's Thoughts on our Militia NELMUTH's New Roman Hiftory, 475 Laus,
209 MEMOIRE Sur le Cacuicbour, &c.
i Hijloire, les PERFECT's Cases in Midwifery, 76 Sciences, &c. See CIBOT.
Cafes of Insanity, 77 MENTILLE's Elements of Cosmography, PETTMAN on the Cultivation of Youth, 541
Philips's Election Cases, 559 SEAMax's Remarks on the British Ships
PLAIN Reasons, &c. rel. to Wool, 231 all Orders of Men,
SHERIDAN's Review of the Three great
Prze Sugars not Frreign,
75 SINCLAIR's Observa'ions on the Scottish
ful before Rodney's Victory, 470
Lucubrations during a short
Pao!BIITY of allowing a qualified Ex-
Thoughts on the Naval
PROSPECTUS d'une Ercyclopedie Mc- SKETCHES of the Lives, &c. of Litera-
Solomon's Song. See FRANCIS.
AMSAY's Elay on the Duties of a canos in the South of France, 467
RAYNAL, Abbé, his Histoire Pbilolo- pher's,
STAIR, Lord, his Faits, &c.
RILAND's Scriptural Preservative, &c.
154 SUBSTANCE of the Charge of Mil.
VT. NON, Abbé, his Pittoresque Travels TATHAM's Sermons,
THICKNESSE, Mrs, her Sketches, &c. Warton's History of English Poetry's
81 Mr. his Queries to Lord
Effay on Pope, Vol. II. 255 TICKELL's Carnival of Venice,
WATHEN's Method of applying a Tube TOALDO, Abbé, his Meteorological Sa- for the Cure of the Fiula Lacbrymalis, ros, 543
77 TOMLINSON's Letters to the Admiral.
Conductor, and containing ty, 398 Splints,
ib. TOUR. See WYNDHAM. See Morti. Ways and Means; or, a Sale, &c. 382 'TRAITE de la Sagefle, &c.
149 WEST-Indies. See MOSELEY. See TRIAL between Sir R. Worsley and Cap- ROLLO.-Political Publications relatain Biffet,
143 TRIMMER's Sacred History, Vol. I. 313 WHIM!!! or Maidfone Bath, TROJA, M. his Lectures on Disorders of WHITAKER's Fast Sermon, 319 the Eyes,
WILLIAMS on the Pfalms, Scriptura TUCKER's Reflections on the Price of Imprecations, &c.
269 Wools, &c.
- on the American War, 306 Cui Bono,
271 WINKELMANN'S History of the fine TURNER's Sermon at Halifax, 79 Arts,
375 Tyers's Hiftorical Rhapsody on Pope,
his Letters, 74 Wise's System, a Poem,
472 Wool, Pamphlets relative to, 71, 144, V-U. 227, 228, 230, 231, 234, 235, 392,
472 CARIETY, a Comedy, 260 WORSLEY's History of the Ille of Wight, ; or, which is the Man?
34 a Poem,
239 Vince's Elements of conic Sections, ist
Lady. See TRIAL. UNCERTAINTY of the present Popu
See Whim ! !! lation, &c.
See EPISTLE, VOLTAIRE, Letters to, from certain
See ANECDOTËS. Portuguese, German, and Polith Jews, WORTHINGTON'S Sermon on Spilla 542 bury's Death,
400 VOYAGE Pittoresque, ou Description des WYNDHAM'S Tour through Wales, &c. Royaumes de Naples et de Sicile, 455
VARIETY; 06, which is the man
WALES, Tour through,
148, 149 WALwyn's Effay on Comely, 308 WANOSTROCHT's French Grammar, Second Edition,
Avenge D's Efiag on JaspinaYoung Philosopher
Ouch's few Words in behalf of the