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CONSIDERATIONS on the American Farroe's Royal Golden Instructor, 87

War,

235 Father's Instructions to his Children,

- on the different Modes

184

of recruiting the Army,

413 FERGUSON's Perspective,

473

- Letter to the Author of FLETCHER's Vindication of Wesley,

ditto,

ib.

CORRESPONDENCE with the Reviewers, FORDYCE on the Character of the Fes

88, 168, 248, 342, 424 male Sex,

COTUNNIUS on the Nervous Sciatica, FOREIGN Literature, 119–2284317

435

-393—478

Craig's Discourses,

165 Forest Trees, Treatise on,

CRICKET. See ARTICLES,

FORSTER De Bylto Antiquorum, &c. 454

CRITICAL Moment,

230 - FRIENDLY Monitor for Rich and Poor,

CROCKER'S Initructions for young Peo.

502

1. ple,

FURTHER Examination of our American

CROFT on Education,

488 Measures,

232

CRUCIFIXION, a Poem,

CUMBERLAND's Odes,

339

; G.

CURSOR Y Obs, on Price,

ARDINER's Letters,

160

U GAZETTEER of England

· D.

Wales,

GIBBON's History of the Roman Em

N ALRYMPLE'S Edition of Languett's

pire,

189

Le'ters to Sydney,

488

- continued, 388

- Annals of Scotland, 491 GIBBONS’s Account of the Contest at

DESCRIPTION des Royaumes D'Angie. Northampton,

terre, &c.

161 GILDING's Breathings of Genius, 319

of Salisbury Cathedral, GRAINGER's Biographical History, 243

489 GRAY's Latin Odes Englished,

de inglilhed

24L

of Killarney, 492 Guron, Mad, See BROOKE.

De Tumultibus Americanis,

332

DEVOTED Legions,

242

H.

DISCOURSE on the Constitution, 24

DISSRRTATIO de Babrio,

491 T TAMPSTEAD Contest,

165

DON QUIXOTTE, a Mulical Entertain. T HARMER'S Obf.on Scripture, &c.

ment,

353

Downman's Infancy, Book III. 240 Harris's Philosophical Arrangements,

Duke of Manchester's Speech, 74

244

HARI's Letters to Rudd,

334

HARTLEY's Speech in Parliament, 407

HAWEIS on the Carechism,

166

Hawes's Examination of Wesley's Pri.

T Legiac Verses to a Lady on the mitive Phyfic.

419

Death of her Brother, 163 Haye's Poem on Duelling,

ELLIOT's Sacred Controversy, 84 HENDY on Glandular Secretion, 363

Ellis's Description of the Mangostan, HEROIC Epiftle to Lord Craven, 763

- Answered,

240

EMNA,

HISTORY of an old fringed Petticoat, 156

EPISTLE to Mrs. M-1-r,

HOLWELL’s Extracts from Pope's Ho.

- to Lord Melcombe, is. mer,

339

Essay on the King's Friends, 338 Homily to the Somersetshire Septua-

on Politeness,

gint,

- 342

Evans's Reply to Fletcher, 3-6 HONOUR of Parliament vindicated, 330

EXPERIENCI preferable to Theorv, 4c7

of the University of Oxrord de-

EXPLANATION of the Lord's Prayer, fended,

410

106 Horne's Sermon at Oxford, 166

HOWARD on the i'opery Lawi, 245

F.

HURD's Edition of Taylor's moral De.

monftration of the Truth of the Chri.

TAMILY Preacher,

36r fian Religion,

417

1 Faxr on Blood letting in Confump HUSBAND'S R. fentrent,

341

418 HYPOCRISY Uamasked,

JEBBS

Lions,

139

162

415

MASSACHUSETTENSIS,

CIO

MAURICE's Neberby, a Poem, 503

TEsz's Reasons for his Refignation, MAWHOOD on the Appointment of an

68 Advocate General,

- Address to the Senate of Cam. MEDICAL Biography,

215

bridge,

75 MELCOMBE. See EPISTLE.

JuxxIns's Sermon,

MELMOTH's Obr. on Young's Night
Eryns's View of the Evidence of Chri. Thoughts,
ftianity,

465 MEMOIRS of Tom Wefton,

DER SINGHAM's Fall of Mexico, 165 - of a Demi-Rep,

in VIRY into the Guilt, &c. of the

of Maitre Miques, 197

American War,

326

of an unfortunate Queen, 414

JOURNAL of the Proceedings of the Mickle's Translation of the Lulad,
Congress, in 1775,
152

249, 369
of the Voyages of the Refolu. M:lls on Cattle,

415
Dion and Adventure,
159 MISCELLANIES in Prose and Verler

338
MODERN Improvements in Agriculture,

. K.

Part IJ.

Morr's Discourses,

IT EARNLY's Leatures on History, MOORE (Miss) her Sir Eldred of ine

492
Bower,

89
KTLARNEY, Description of, 'ib. MORAL Demonftration of the Truth of
XINGSTON Caule impartially stated, the Christian Religion,

417.
· 158 MORALITY of a Citizen,

167

- - Other Pamphlets relative to, MORELL's Sacred Anna's, 503

416, 340 MURPHY's Three Weeks after Marri.

age,

414

L.

T ANGUAGL, written. See ART

N.

L LATRAM's Sermons, 103

LA w's Reflecions on the Life, &c. of TAvigator's Guide to the Indiana

Chrift,

417

Seas,

LAYARD'S Poem on Duelling, 339 NAUTICAL Almanac, for 1777, 422
LITTER to Dr. Price,
229 NETHEREY, a Poem,

603
- from an Officer to his Son,
NEW Gazetteer,

489
- to the Noblemen, &c. who have NORTHERN Passage, Obf. relating ro,

addressed his Majesty,

327

487

- to Lord G. Germaine, 328 NUGENT's Cafe,

337

- to Dr. Price,

407

- to the Author of “ Confiderations

o.

on recruiting the Army." 413

to a young Nobleman, 492 BEDIENCE the best Charter, 328

LE SERRE-lifcire de L'Entres de la
Reise Miere, &c.

261 OBIERN's Crucifixian, a Poem, ! soz

Lott's Cafe,

335 OBSERVATIONS on the Case of Miis

Lusiad of Camcëns tranfated,

249 Butterfield,

- - continued, 369

on" the Rights of Great

LUIBOUK GH's Letters,

Britain afferted,"

231

ODE for the New Year,

337

to Pinchbeck.

54

M

OLIVER'S De ence of W-jev, 325

ORTHODOX Difenting Minister's Red-

A AC FINGAL, a Poem, 104 fons, &c.

IVI MACPHERSON's History of Greit

Bricain.

P.

- Edition of the Stuart and
Hanover Papers,

DALMER'S Nonconformist's Menina
MAIDEN Auor,

1b T rial,

MARRIOT's Confiderations on the inters PARODY on Gray's Elegy, ,

mediate State,

246 PATENT, a Poem,

503

MAREYAT's Therapeutics, 269

PER

294

340

230

195

417

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Sense,

PERCIVAL's Father's Instruction to his REMARKS on the different Opinions re.

Children,

184 lative to the American Contest, 156

Perlin-Description D'Angleterre -

on Dr. Price,

D'Ecole,

161 - - on the same,

333

Perreau's Solemn Declaration,

75 RESIGNATION no Proof,

PERRY's Englith Dictionary, 336 REPLY to the Author of the Remarks,

PHILOSOPHICAL Transactions, Vo.

o- &c.

lume LXV, Part 2, for the Year 1775, RICHARDSON's Appeal,

337

Rights of Great Britain asserted, 145

PROPHECIES of Thomas the Rhymer, RIVAL Friends,

490 ROBINSON'S Doctrine of absolute Sub-
Plan of Reconciliation with the Colu-

million,

82

nies,

236

- Plea for the Divinity of

PLAIN State of the Argument between Christ,

416

Great Britain and her Colonies, 156 ROEBUCK's Inquiry into the Guilt of

Question, on the Dispute with the American War,

326

the Colonies,

330 Roustan's Confiderations on Chriftian.

- State of the Duchess of King. ity,
fton's Cafe,

Rowe on Societies for the Benefit of
- Truib, in Answer to Comment Widows, &c.

423
502 RUDD, Mrs. her Case considered, 159

PLEA of the Colonies.

401

her Letter to Lord Weymouth,

POLITICAL Empiricism,

326

244

POETICAL Amusements at a Villa near RUNAWAY, a Comedy,
Bach, Vol. II. "

241

--- Legends,

904

Price on Civii Liberty, &c. 141

- concluded,

221

Pamphleis relating to, 229, 329, ABBATHIER's Manners and Customs
333, 407 of ancient Nations,

177

PRIESTLEY's Edition of Hartley's The. SAINT David, Bishop of, his Sermon

ory,

41 before the Lords, jan. 30, 423

Free Address to Protestant Scott's Amwell, a Poem, 383
Diflenters,

78 SCRIPTURE, Obs, on difficult Passages
- Appeal to the Serious and in. See HARMER.
Candid, &c.

79 SEASONABLE Advice to the Parliament,
- familiar Illustration of cer.

237
rain Passages in Scripture, ib. SECOND Appeal to the Justice and Inte.

- Triumph of Truth, ib. rests of the People,
- Experiments on Air, Vol. II. SECRETION, Glandular, Essay on, 363

107, 425 SEPTENNIAL Parliaments Juftified, 242
- Theological Repository, 134 SERIOUS Obr. on Liberty, 407
Philosophical Empiricism, SERMONS, by Latham,

by Craig,
PRIMATT on Mercy to Animals, 415

by Toplady,
PROMOTHEUS, a Satire,

by Moir,

PROSPECT of the Consequences, &c.

collefied, by Bellamy,

407 - single, 88, 166, 248, 342,

423, 429

R.

SIMMONS's Elements of Anatomy, 10

Sir Eldred of the Bower,

89

D Aspi's Account of German Vol. She is and she is not,

490
i canos,

475 SMITH's Sermon at Nantwich, 167

REASONS for approving the Dean of - Inquiry into the Nature and

Gloucester's Plan,

Causes of the Wealth of Nations, 299

REBELLION, a Poem,

continued,

455

REFLECTIONS on the American War,

Oration on the Death of Mont-

gomery,

493

-
on Government, 332 SONNETS,

333

RELIGIOUS Correspondence, 83 SPECULATION,

REMARKS on the Resolutions of the STAIR, Lord, his State of the National

House of Commons,

Debt, &c,

STATE

411

165

73
165

STATE of Man, &c. 2d Edit. 504 VOLTAIRE's Young James,
SUMMARY Obr. &c, relative to a North VOYAGES, See JOURNAL.
ern Patage into the Pacific Ocean, &c.

487

W.
T.

W ALLIN on superabounding Grace,

TAYLOR's Moral Demonstration, &c. WARING — Proprietates Algebraicarum

417 Curvarum,

101

Tears of the Foot Guards, 338 Wells's Address to the Genius of Ame-

THEOLOGICAL Repository,

124.

134

rica,

• 481

THOMPSON'S Case of the Widows of the Wickin's Address to the Inhabitants of

245 Litchfield,
Sirens,

WILLIAMSON's Stenography, 76
THOUGHTS on the State of the Poor, Wilson's Experiment relating to Pbos.

242

pbori,
TOPLADY's Two Sermons,

245 WHIG,
TOTTIL's Sermons,

99

WHITE de Utilitate Lingua Arabica, 490
we'e Sermon on the American Wood on the Gout.

420

War,

424 WOODWARD'S Address to the Public,

Trial of Edward Ely,

75

492

of Reginald Tucker, ib. Wynne's Universal Grammar, 360
TUCKER's humble Address, and earnest

Appeal,

TUTOR's Observations on Memory, 76

Y.

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