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ibid.

HAW's History of the Province of Moray, Page 1

Dr. Priestley's Philosophical Empiricism,

8.

Experiments and Observations on Air, Vol. II. I

The Lusiad, an Epic Poem, translated from the Portuguese of

Camoëns, by W. J. Mickle

15

Şir David Dalrymple's Annals of Scotland,

27

An Essay on Public Happiness,

38

Harmer's Observations on divers Passages of Seripture, 43

Hamilton's Elements of the Practice of Midwifery,

47

Coturnius's Treatise on the Nervous Sciatica,

49

Scrutt's Horda Angel-cynnan,

54

Clark's Observations on the Shoeing of Horses,

59

Scarron's Comic Romance, translated by Dr. Goldsmith,

Melmoth's Observations on the NightThoughts of D. Young,64

Foreign ARTICLES,

67, 146, 233, 308, 392

FOREIGN LITERARY INTELLIGENCE,71,149, 235,312,395,478.

Innes's Description of the Muscles,

72

Dr. Grant's Account of the present Epidemic Cough, &c, ib.

Dr. Marat's Enquiry into the Nature; Cause, and Cure of a

fingular Disease of the Eyes,

ibid.

Wood's Strictures on the Gout,

Remarks on the different Opinions relative to the Colonies, 73

The Morality of a Citizen, in a Visitation Sermon,

ibida

Duke of Manchester's Speech against the Bill to prohibit all In-

tercourse with the Colonies,

ibid.

Letter to the Author of a Pamphlet, entitled, “ Confiderations

on the different Modes of finding Recruits for the Army,"ib.

A new System for the Establishment, Pay, Cloathing, &c. of

the Army,

74

Wickins's Address to 'the Inhabitants of Litchfield, ibid.

Dr. Zubly's Law of Liberty, a Sermon,

ibid.

God's Controversy with the Nations,

75

Human Authority in Matters of Faith, repugnant to Chrifti.

anity,

ibid.

Hints and Efrays, Theological and Moral,

ibid.

Whiteside's Ordination Sermon, at Palgrave, in Suffolk, 76

Ibbetson's Discourses on the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper, ib.

Hallward's Sermon on the Doctrine of Faith and good Works, 77

Account of what Concern Dr. Gibbons has had in the late 'Tranf.

actions among the Protestant Diffenters of Northampton, ibid.

Dr. Downman's Infancy, a Poem, Book III.

ibid.

Songs, Duets, Trios, &c. in the Duenna,

78

Jebb's Address to the Members of the Senate at Cambridge, ibid.

Resignation no Proof. A Letter to Mr. Jebb,

ibid.

Description des Royaulmes d'Angleterre & d'Ecoffe,

Letter to a young Nobleman setting out on his Travels,

80

The English Lepidoptera,

ibid.

An exact Relation of the famous Earthquake and Eruption of

Mount Ætna, A. D. 1699,

ibid.

Mrs. Redd's Cafe respecting Mr. R. Perreau, confidered, ibid.

Dr.

110

Dr. Burney's History of Music, Vol. I. 81, 185, 271, 373, 433

Dr, Price's Observations on the Nature of Civil Liberty, &c. go

Reflections on the Letters of the late Earl of Chesterfield, 97

Dr. Musgrave's Speculations on the Qualities of the Nerves, 105

History and Antiquities of Winchefter,
Gibbon's History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Em-
pire,

114, 169, 264

Pownall's Memoir, entitled Drainage and Navigation but one

united Work,

Rural Improvements,

126

Efsays relating to Agriculeore and Rural Affairs,

131

Dr. Primate's Dissertation on the Duty of Mercy and Sin of

Cruelty to brute Animals,

134

Dr. Alh's Complete Dictionary of the English Language, 143

Dr. Forster's Characteres Planatarum quas in Itinere ad Insulas

Maris Australis collegerunt, descripferunt, & delinearunt An-

Dis 1772–1775,

145

The Rights of Great Britaia asserted agaiost the Claims of A-
merica,

151, 242

Some Obfervations on a Pamphlet, entitled “ The Rights of

Great Britain asserted,” &c.

ibid.

Remarks on the different Opinions relative to the Colonies, 152

Confiderations on the American War,

ibid.

Letter from an Officer retired to his Son in Parliament, ibid.

De Tumultibus Americanis deque corum Concitatoribus Medi.

tatio Senilis,

ibid.

Thoughts on the Regulations neceffary to the Appointment of

an Advocate-general,

ibid.

Remarks upon the Resolutions of the House of Commons with

respect to the Poor, &c.

:53

Variety. A Tale for Married People,

ibid.

The Heroic Epifle answered: by Lord C

ibid.

Speculation, a Poem,

ibid.

The Devoted Legions, a Poem,

ibid.

The Whig, a Poem,

154

Ode for the New Year,

ibid.

Bishop of Carlife's Reflections on the Life and Character of
Chrift,

ibid.

A Plea for the Divinity of our Lord Jesus Chrift, ibid.

Serious Thoughts on the Birth of a Child,

155

Toplady's Scheme of Christian and Philosophical Neceflity af.
serted,

ibid.

Ellay on Liberty and Neceflity, in Answer to Toplady, 156

Description of the County of Middlesex,

159

Memoirs of Maître Jacques of Savoy,

ibid.
of Thomas Weston, Comedian,

ibid.

Observations on the Case of Miss Butterfield,

ibid.

Brand's (Charles) Letter to the Authors of the Crit. Review, 160

Philosophical Transađions, Vol. LXV. Part II.

178.

Dr. Smith's Snquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth

of Nations,

193, 258, 361, 425

Capell's

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