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152

Letter to Messrs.Fletcher and Peach Matter the free agency of, discussed

475
to the Earl of Chatham 466 Mason's Caractacus a dramatic poem
upon education
398

77
to W. Mason
450 Medical instructions

363
from Monsieur des Enfans to

observations and inquiries
Mrs. Montague,
25

151
on materialism and Hartley's Melmoth's sublime and beautiful of
theory of the human mind 52 Scripture

91
on female education 78 Metallurgic chemistry 400

to the Rev. Josiah Tucker, Method of putting an end to the
D. D. Dean of Gloucester 80 American war

158
- to Courtney Melmoth, Efq. Millar's illuftratio systematis sexua.
240 lis Linnæi

531
291 Mild punishments, the best policy
to a New Married Lady 316
to Adam Smith 316 Milesian, an opera

525
to W. Mason, preceptor of Military mass at St. Omer's descri-
York
451. bed

227
to the Earl of Chatham 466 Misplaced confidence, or friendship
-- the second to her Grace the betrayed

- 376
Duchess of Devonshire 478 Miscellaneous works of the Earl of
of Pope Clement XIV.(Gan- Chesterfield

241
ganelli.)

477

observations 462
Letters on materialisin

52 -

&c. compositions of
122 Paul Whitehead

523
Leland's sermon

155 Modern traveller
Liberal and minute infpection of Monody sacred to the Duchess of
the holy gospel
517 Northumberland

238
Lion extricated ; or, the jackall's Monftrous good lounge 475
defeat. A fable

399 Morilecai Ben, his answer to Soamne
Love of mankind, &c. preached Jenyns

443
- Sept. 16, 1776

159 Mufai, irs introduction into the
Lyttelton, lord, his speech censured Christian church
· and defended

471 -and poetry, essay on

not an imitative art

Scotch peculiar
Maclaine's letters to Soame Jenyns, Italian, beauties of
Esq.

341
Madge's address to Christopher

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Twistwit, Esq. Bath-Laureat Nature and immutability of truth
398

192
Maintenon, Madam, Fenelon's let- Netherlands, Philip's bad policyi n
ter to

25
losing them

46
Malaga, description of the manners Nummus Splendidus

of that part of Spain : 273 Noorthouck's historical and classical
Malton's efsay . 318 dictionary

150
Martyn's address to the inhabitants Northern tour, or poetical epittles
of St. Ann, Westminster 398

479
Matter of agistment tythes of un-
profitable stock 1 375 2 2.2 2

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poems

Poetical Amusements at a Villa
Ode to Dragon, Mr. Garrick’s , near Bath
house dog

3 98 mm Excursions in the Ine of
Objeciions to Mr. Lindsey's inter- Wight .

pretation of the first fourteen Poetry-Six odes to Mrs.Catharine

verses of St. John's Gospel 515 Macauley
Observations on popular antiquities - Northern Tour

479
535 - Diabuliad.

39
Ogilvie's Rona, a poem 65 - Rona, in seven books 65
Old Serpent's reply to the Electri - Caractacus, a dramatic poem 77
cal Eel

519 - General Fast, a Lyric ode 80
Old Ballads
524 - Rona, concluded -

117
O-Mai, the character of 225 - Diabo-lady
Oratio de Re Medica cognocenda Poems by T. Smollet, M. D.
et promoyenda
397

206
Otabeitans described by Forster 221 - Poems, supposed to have been

written at Bristol : 210

- Monody sacred to the memory
Panegyrical essay on the times 531 of Elizabeth Duchets of Nora
Paradise, new, of dainty devices, . thumberland . 238

399 - Elegy, occafioned by the death
Paraphrase on Paul's epistle to the of a lady's linnet : 238
Galatians

20 - Box-hill, a descriptive poem
Pearce, bishop of Rochester, ab-

238
ftract of his life . 33

33

- Goat's beard, a fable
– Goat's beard, a fable

238

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Pearce's commentary with notes - Electrical eel, or Gymnotius
cu the four evangelifts 83, 183 electricus

239
Penal statutes abridged . 79 —Theadofius and Constantia, a
Penrose's sermon

158 poetical epiftie
Perception, nope without reflection - Gamblers

• 286

- Poetical Excursions to the Isle
Philip the ad of Spain his character of Wight

: 312
5.1 - Reliques of Genius 313
Philosophical disquisitions 457 Poetical Amusements at a Villa,

- eslay,on light 181 near Bath

- transactions 106, 178 - Fingal of Offian, an ancient
Pieces on sculpture by Mons. Fal epic poem

375
conet and Monf. Diderot - 354 - Torpedo
Plantagenet, Henry, anecdote of - Alles Ears, a fable . 1384

272 - Ode to Dragon, Mr. Garrick's
Plans of the antiquities of Eng. Houle-dog
land and Wales

151. the Lion extricated, or the jack.
Phypognoney, verses on 361 all's defeat, a table

399
Poems and plays by T. Smollet, - The new Paradise of dainty de-
M. D.

206 vices
Poemata Laline partim scripta Henry and Eliza, a fable 346
520 - Heath-hill

400
Poetical Frenzy, or a venture in - Gamblers

400
rhyme

525 - Economy of beauty, in a series
Epistle' to Sir Joshua Reynolds of tables

400
. 526 Polly, an opera

522

243

358

393

399

Power,

528

122

155

157

Pover of christianity, &c. 159. Sculpture, ancient and modern, re-
Polleffons, demoniacal, their reali- marks on

355
. iy contended for

438 Seiferth's metallurgic chemistry 400
Preceptor, or councellor of human Sentimental and practical theology
lite

289
Price's observations on the nature, Series of letters addressed to Soame
&c. of civil liberty . 141. Jenyņs, Esq.

340
Priefi ley's letters on materiali in Sermons preached at Lincoln's Inn

153-516
Pro-Pinchbeck's answer to the ode – by Thomas Amory 153

527 – preached before the House of
Prophecy, a poem . 526 Lords

154
Psychological stricture

17 - preached before the House of
. Practical treatise on chimneys 464 Commons

Psalms, a commentary on 513 - preached before the Univerfits
Practical observations on the cure of Dublin

155
of the flow fever

235 -- the late general fast 197
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- preached before the University
Ranelagh, a pcem : 327 of Oxford

157
· Rawlins's differtation on heretical- preached on Friday Dec. 13,
opinions :

"": "32 1776
Reformation of manners, recom- - on reformation of manners 157
-mended in a sermon 157 - preached at the parish church
Recitativo, Italian and English of Newberry

198
compared

128 - preached Dec. 13, 1776 158
Reflections on gaming, annuities, – on the best method of putting
! &c.

. 384. an end to the American war 198
Religion, a poem .

526 - on God's departure from a peo-
Reliques of Genius

313 'ple . .
Repository, a select collection of - ferious reflections addressed to
" valuable pieces - 30- all parties
· Riches of goipel, opened 514 - plain discourse : 159
Richard's sermons

154 - denunciation of Christ against
Right of sovereignty asserted. ? An Jerusalem

159
ode

523 - preached before the Lords fpi-
Robertson's History of America 401 ritual and temporal 159
Romance-writing, the origin of 429 - the love of mankind, preached
Rona, a poem

65 before the natives of the county

Sunserler
Rosline Cattie, an original poem 285 of Somerset

159
· Rowley's poems

210 - power of christianity over the
Rudiments of war .
231. malignant passions

159
Rutty, Dr. his spiritual diary, apo- — encouragements promised to
logy for its publication 80 reformation

161
Ryan's reliques of Genius 313 - preached at St. Paul's New
Ryland's preceptor, or counsellor York, Sept. 22, 1776 159
of human lite

239 Shrubsole's christian memnoirs 377
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Singularity, observations on 412
Scale of being

135 Smith's treatise on mineral waters
Scarborough, Richard earl of, his
character
243 Sloth, a dialogue on

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Scott's introduction to reading and
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Sonxet, Mason's, to Hurd, censured Voltaire's letter to Mr. Tiriot 98

78 Voyage round the World 305
Spirit of Athens.

424

toward the South Pole 347

toward
Spleen, the use of

449 Usher and the son of Owen, an
Stile, a writer's, should always be ode

suited to his subject 478
Stockdale's fix discourses 300 Way to be rich and respectable
Sublime and beautiful of Scripture

383
91 Watkinson's examination of a
charge

319
Theodofires to Conftantia, a poetical Wasson's hiftory of the reign of
epistle

246 Philip the second, king of Spain
Theological survey of the human
understanding

135 Wesley's history of England 238
Tooke's translation of the pieces of White's practical obfervations on
· Monf. Falconet and Mons. Di the cure of the flow fever 235
derot

354 White's treatise on the manage-
Torpedo, a poem

ment of lying-in-women 234
Transations and imitations froin Williams's Christian history 396

Mr. Gray's Lyric odes 519 Willis's matter of agiftment tythes
Translation and paraphrase of St. of unprofitable stock 375
Paul's epiftic to the Corinthians Wittenbam-Hall,a descriptive poem
258

518
Trinity, the doctrine of, contained Works of Flavius Josephus 153
in the writings of the heathens Worthington on the gospel demo-

346, niacks
Tucker's seventeen sermons. 514 Worsley's serious reflections 158
. : V

Written law, the security and bap-
Vaucluse's dialogues moraux et piness of a free ftate 384
amusants

12
Venus attiring the Graces 524 Young's spirit of Athens. 434
Ventriloquifts now living 442
Vifion of prophecy

529 Zealand, New, Mr. Forster's ac-
Voltaire's poetical epistle to the count of .

307
Abbé Chaulieu

75

a daring adventure of the
Voltaire, his letter to the earl of Spaniards in the reduction of 49
Chesterfield

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*** For the Titles, and Authors Names of the Foreiga

Books, see the Table of Concerita prefixed to the
Volume.

ARE CA.

A RECAPITULATORY CATALOGUÉ.

OF THE TITLES, OF
BOOKS AND PAMPHLETS,

CONTAINED IN THIS VOLUME;
CLASSICALLY AND ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED,

WITH REFERENCES TO THE
Review for the Month in which they are severally mentioned,

HISTORY, VOYAGES, TRAVELS, &c.

America, Robertson's History of, 2 vols. 410. 21. 2s. Cadell. June-401 , Antiquity, the Histcry of the Free States of, 40. ss. fewed. Cadell.

States of:21. 28. Cadel, Month. Page,

Appen.-517

Athens, the Spirit of, 8vo. 5s. Rorfon.

June-424 Barré, Countess de, the Genuine Memoirs of, 2 vols. 55. 6d. bound. Stevens.

March-239 Carracioli's Life of Robert Lord Clive, 4 vois. 8vo. 11. 2s. Bell.

January-79 Carter's Journey from Gibraltar to Malaga, 2 vols. 8vo. 10s. Cadell,

April-264 The Cbrifian History, by Williams, 8vo. 55. Cadell. May--396 A ColleEtion of Useful and Entertaining Travels, 6 vols. 12mo.” 11. is. Lowndes.

April-310 Cook's Voyage round the World, 2 vols. 4to. 21. 2s. Cadell. May-347 England, Wesley's Concise History of, 4 vols. 12me. uis, fewed. Haweso

March 238 Forster's Voyage round the World, 2 vols. 4to. 21. 28. in Boards. White.

March-217 Flagellauts, the History of, 4to. il. 15. Hingeston.

April-289 Hawkins's History of the Science and Practice of Music, 5 vols. 4to. 61. 6s. Payne.

April-576 The Henriade, Historical Merr.oirs of the Author of, 8vo. 25. 6d. Durham.

January—72 Journey to the Highlands of Scotland, small 8vo. zs. Fielding and Walker.

April-281 Fourney to Paris, Observacions on, 2 vols. 8vo. ss. Robinson. March-226 Kent, the Traveller's Companion through, 12mo. 25. d. Fielding and Walker.

May-374 Life of David Hume, Esq; 8vo. Is. 60. Cadell.

Marék-195 Memoirs of the Author of the Henriade, sro. 29. 6d. Durham. Jan.-72 Modern Traveller ; being a Collection of ufeful and entertaining Travels, 6 vols. i2mo. . 19. Lowndes. .

April-m-310 Robertjon's History of America, 2 vols. 4to. 21. 24. Cadell. Fune--101 A Payage (Furster's) round the World, 2 vols. 4to. zl. 2s. in boards. White.

Marchnam 217 A Voyage (Cook's) towards the South Pole, and round the World, 2 vols. 4t0. 21. 2s. Cadell.

Maz--341 Watson's History of the Reign of Philip the Second King of Spain, 2 sok, 4to. 21. 2$. Cadell.

Jan.-- 43 Weney's History of England, 12mo. 4 vols. 115. fewed. Hawes. Marili-238

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