Shirley's Angler's Museum,
Charfy's Fisherman, or the Art of Angling made easy, ibid.
Philosophical Transactions, Vol. LXXIV. Part I. 161, 249. Part II.
Bell's System of Surgery, Vol. III.
Barbut's Genera Vermium,
Elliot's Translation of Elementary Lectures in Chemistry and Natu.
ral History, by M. Fourcroy,
Pieces Morales & Sentimentales de Madame J.W. C-t-se de
Moral and Sentimental Essays. By J. W. C-t-fs of Refug, ib.
Report of Dr. Benjamin Franklin, &c. charged by the King of
France with the Examination of Animal Magnetisin, 186
Cornwell's Domestic Physician ; or, Guardian of Health,
Dr. Henry's History of Great Britain, Vol. V.
The Life and Adventures of John Christopher Wolf,
Sinclair's History of the Public Revenue,
The proposed System of Trade with Ireland explained, 218
Short Essay on the Modes of Defence best adapted to the Situation
and Circumstances of this Iland,
Answer to the Short Esay on the Modes of Defence, &c. 230
Strictures upon the Naval Departments, &c.
Gill's Thoughts on the Reformation of the British Representation,
Every Man his own Law-maker,
Thoughts on the Commercial Arrangements with Ireland, ibid.
Free Enquiry into the enormous Increase of Attorneys, 233
Discussions of the Law of Libels as at present received,
The Rights of Juries vindicated,
Twining`s Answer to the Second Report of the East India Directors,
Outlines of a Plan for protecting London, &c. from the Depreda-
tions of House-breakers,
The Emperor's Claims,
Hobhouse's Elegy to the Memory of Dr. Jobnfon,
The City Quixote,
Verses addressed to Sir G. O. Paul, Bart.
Constancy, a poetical Tale,
Susan and Osmund, a lyric Poem,
Ireland's Emigrant, a Poem,
Jodrell's Knight and Friars,
Songs. &c. in Fontainbleau, a Comic Opera,
Liberty Hall, a Comic Opera,
Dr. Dickinson's Inquiry into she Nature and Causes of Fever, 237
Irving's Experiments on the Red and Quill Peruvian Bark, 238
Rymer's Tract upon Indigestion,
Historical Remarks and Anecdotes on the Castle of the Baltile, 240
Morgan's Grammaticæ Questiones,
Pennant's Arctic Zoology,
Poetry, by Richard Crathaw,
Poetical Works of Samuel Johnson, LL. D.
Sargent's Mine: a Dramatic Poem,
Dr. Watson's Treatise on Time,
Gale's Essay II. on the Nature and Principles of Public Credit, 268
Apology for the Life of George Anne Bellamy,
Remarks upon the History and Landed and Commercial Policy of