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CRITICAL REVIEW:

OR,

Annals of Literature.

BY

A SOCIETY of GENTLEMEN.

VOLUME the FORTY-SIXTH.

Nothing extenuate,
Nor set down aught in malice. SHAKESPEARE.
Ploravere suis non respondere favorem
Speratum meritis.

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"Ifcellaneous State Papers. From 1501 to 1726, concluded,

Page 1

Nicolson' and Burn's Hiftory and Antiquities of Westmorland

and Cumberland, concluded,

10

Williams's Account of ancient Ruins in the Highlands, &c. 20

Horne's Letter to John Duoning, Esq.

27

O'Halloran's General History of Ireland,

33

Dr. Forster's Observations, made during a Voyage round the

World,

37

Works of the Caledonian Bards, Vol. J.

Strictures on the Present Practice of Phyfic,

Gul. Hudsoni Flora Anglica, editio altera,

Davis's Examination of the 15th and 16th Chapters of Gibbon's

History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, 51

Dr. Duncan's Medical Cases,

54

The Pythian, Nemean, and Isthmian Odes of Pindar, translated

into English Verse,

Mickle's Translation of the Lusiad,

Foreign ARTICLES,

64, 142, 225, 302, 380, 464

FOREIGN LITERARY INTELLIGENCE, 65, 146, 228, 309, 390,

469

Collection of the Pieces formerly published by Henry Brooke,

Esq.

67

The Seducers, a Poem,

68

Athelgiva, a legendary Tale,

ibid.

Academic Trifles, a Collection of Poetical Essays, ibid.

The Camp Guide,

ibid.

Lucas's Vifit from the Shades,

ibid.

The Devil's Wedding, a Poem,

ibid.

The Temple of Impofture, a Poem,

69

The Patriot Vision, a Poem,

ibid.

Ode to the warlike Genius of Great Britain,

ibid.

Bellona; or, the Genius of Britain ; a poetical Vision, 71

America loft, a Poem of Condolence,

72

Substance of General Burgoyne's Speeches on Mr Vyner's and

Mr. Hartley's Motions,

ibid.

A Glance at the Times,

ibid.

Observations on the Scheme before the Parliament for the Main-

tenance of the Poor,

ibid.

Letter to Sir George Saville, Bart.

ibid.

Serious Letter to the Public on a late Transaction between Lord

Norch and the Duke of Gordon,

73

Letter to Lord George Germaine,

ibid.

Authentic Memoirs of the late Earl of Chatham,

ibid.

An Inquiry into several important Truths,

The Duty and Interest of every private Person, &c.

74

Dean Cornwallis's Sermon before the Sons of the Clergy, May
15, 177.7,

ibid.

Dr. Aphorpe's Sermon on the Excellency of the Liturgy, ibid.

Dr. Horlley's Sermon on Providence and Fiee Agency 75

A 2

Dr.

ry,

Wood's Book-keeping familiarised,

125

Backhouse's Differtation on the Value of Life Annuities, 128

Dr. A. Hunter's Edition of Evelyn's Terra,

130

Anatomical Dialogues; or a Breviary of Anatomy, 134

Bentham's View of the Hard-labour Bill,

138

The Church an Engine of the State, a Sermon,

149

Speculum Britannicum,

151

An Effay on Liberty,

ibid.

Republican Letters,

ibid.

Address to the Rulers of the State,

ibid.

Stevenson's Letters in Answer to Dr. Price,

ibid.

Appeal to Reason and Justice in behalf of the British Conftitu-

tion,

152

The Voice of the Minority,

153

Epistle from the Earl of Chatham to the King,

ibid.

Epistle to W-m El of M---d,

ibid.

A poetical, supplicating, modest, and affecting Address to those

literary Colosluses, the Reviewers,

ibid.

The Court of Adultery, a Vision,

ibid.

Janes's Beauties of the Poets,

ibid.

Envy, a Poem,

"54

Hill's Gospel-Shop, a Comedy,

ibid.
A short Enquiry inio the Scripture Account of the Ufe and In-
tent of the Death of Chrift,

ibid,

Dr. Law's Visitation Sermon, at Thaxted, in Effex, 155

Dr. Bayly's Two Sermons before, the University of Oxford,

October 12, 1777,

ibid.

Jones's

Jones's Two Sermons on the Fear of God, and the Benefits of

Civil Obedience,

156

Adamthwaite's Sermon on the Nature and Principles of Society,

ibid.

Dr. Eyre's Vifitation Sermon at Warminster, May 29, ibid.

Discourse delivered in one of the Catholic Chapels,

157

Lindsey's Sermon at Opening the New Chapel in Eflex-Street,

ibid.

Letter to the Rev. Theophilus Lindsey,

158

Characters by Lord Chesterfield, contrafted with Characters of

the same great Personages by other respectable Writers, &c.

ibid.

Temple of Cythnos,

ibid,

Spearman’s Supplement to the Works of John Hutchinson, Esq.

159

Leffons for Children, from Two to Three Years old, 160

Lessons for Children Three Years old,

ibid.

Swinden's Beaaties of Flora displayed,

ibid.

A few Remarks on the History of the Decline and Fall of the

Roman Empire,

161

Dr. Priestley's Doctrine of Philosophical Necesity illuftrated, 172

Strutt's Chronicle of England, Vol. II.

Douglas's History of the Cases of Controverted Elections, Vol.

III. and IV.

181

Letters from Lord Rivers to Sir Charles Cardigan, 186

Capt. Hinde's Discipline of the Light Horse,

188

A Military Dictionary,

193

Dr. Musgrave's Edition of Euripides,

198

Miscellaneous Works of the late Earl of Chesterfield, 200

Evelina ; or, a Young Lady's Entrance into the World,

A Poetical Epifle to an eminent Painter.

205

Miscellaneous Poems,

209

The Sportsman's Dictionary,

An Effay on the Immateriality and Immortality of the Soul, 222

Differtation on the Folclande and Boclande of the Saxons, &c.

231

Rayner's Readings on Statutes, &c.

232

Scott's Digest of the General Highway and Turnpike Laws, 233

Bateman's Treatise on Agiftment Tithe,

234

Thoughts on Tithes,

235

The Constitutional Criterion,

236

An interesting Address to the independent Part of the People of

England, on Libels,

ibid.

A Sketch of the History of Two Acts of the Irish Parliament, ca

prevent the farther Growth of Popery,

ibid.

Captain Parolles at Minden,

ibid.

England's Glory, a Poem,

ibid.

The Conciliation, a Poem,

ibid.

Pearce's Haunts of Shakespeare, a Poema,

ibid.

Imitationes has parvulas, Anglicè partim, partim Latinè redditas

237

Wright's

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