TITLES, AUTHORS' Names, &c. of the Publi.
cations reviewed in this Volume.
N. B. For REMARKABLE Passages, in the Criticisms and
! Extraëls, see the INDE X, at the End of the Volume,
For the Names, also, of those learned Foreigners who are the Au.
thors of new Dissertations, or other curious Papers, published in
the MEMOIRS and TRANSACTIONS of the Royal and Scientific
ACADEMIES on the Continent, and also for the Titles of those
Dissertations, &c. of which Accounts are given in the Review,-
see our Index, printed at the End of this Volumé.
America. See ANBUREY.
ANACHARSIS-Voyage en Grèce.
A BELARD to Eloisa, &c. 79
A ACADEMIC Speaker, 172 ANBUREY's Travels through
Adams's (Geo.) Aftronomical 'America,
30 ANCILLON-Discours sur le Génie,
- (John) Lectiones Selecta,
261 ANDREWS's Anecdotes, 177
Anecdotes, 466 ANQUETIL – Louis XIV. fa
ADDRESS to the Deifts, 185 Cour, & le Régent, 666
ADVICE to the Servants of the Answer to Switi's Letter, 176
to the Three Letters to
AGANDER—Melanges de Littera the Archbishop of Canterbury,
AGITATION, a Novel, 460 ANTELOPE, Shipwreck of the,
AGUTTER's Sermon at North-
472 Appendix to Scapula's Lexicon,
Aixin's England delineated, 140
ALFRED, a Tragedy, 179 ARCHITECTURE, Ancient-Ru-
ALFRED's Apology, 373 diments of,
AMBRESBURY, Abbey of," à ARGENSON, Marquis d', bis El.
280 says, translated, 399