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77

CONSIDERATIONS on the Bank

ALDECOTT's Reports, 245 Stock,

549.

CANAL Navigation from

on the Abolition of

Cam riuge to the river Stort, Slavery,

- Review of the Arguments Copy of a Declaration, &c. 177

for and against,

67 of the Speech to be spoken

CANTABRIGIESES Graduati, by the Prince of Wales,

455 Cornus, botanical Eflay on that

Canton's Trapilation of Tele- Genus,

639

machus,

394

CorreSPONDENCE,96.191.286.

Carter's Acount of Systems of

373. 471. 568. 702

Medicine,

548 Costigan's Sketches of Society

Casaux, Marquis de, - Questions

in Portugal,

8

à examiner, &c.

254 COUNTRY Curate's Address, a

CATALOGUE of soo Authors, 87 Thanksgiving Sermon,

CATLANF, Miss, Life of, 442 COUR, M. DE LA, & M. DE

Carlow's Address to the Dile MEERMAN-Discours présentés

senters,

à l'Academie de Châlons sur-

Thanksgiving Serm. 556

Marne,

608

Causes for observing, &c. A Courts Martial, on the Power

'Thanksgiving Sermon, 565 of,

168

CharlesWORTH's Sermon CowPER's Reports of Cases in

gainit Lying,

567 K. B.

245

CHARTER of the Bank, 549 Coxe's Edition of Peere Wila

Chenier's State of Morocco, 321

liams's Reports,

250

CHESTER, Bishop of, his two CRAVEN, Lady, her Journey, 200

Sermons,

CRAUFURD, Caprains, their

Child of Nature,

75

Trann. of Tielke's Account of

China. See GROSIER.

the War, &c. Vol. II.

29

CHOICE of a Hulband,

183

George, his Enquiry

Clarke on the Dileases of Lying. into East India Affairs,

549

in-Women,

462 CRAWFORD on Animal Heat, 26

CLARKSON's Esay on the com- CRONSTEDT's Mineralogy, 31

parative Efficiency, &c. 560 Crowe's Oration at Crewe's In-

Claviere's and De Warville's Ititution,

150

Considerations rel. to France Crystals, coloured. See DREW.

and America,

77 CUMBERLAND's Arundel, a No-

Cole's Key to the Psalms, 369

vel,

332

-, Mrs. her Lady's Complete Impostors, a Comedy, 364

551

Observer, Vol. IV. 410

COLEBROOKE's (Miss) Thoughts CUNNINGHAM's Supplement to

451

Bacon,

456

COMMERCIAĽ Reasons for the Curioni-Morale de Moisè, 642

Non-abolition of the Slave

Trade,

450

COMMOx Prayer Book, See

D

AMERICAN

ALRYMPLE, Sir John, his

COnoreve's Works,

307

Considerations on the Situa:

his Queries,

544

A 3

DAL-

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Guide,

of Rousseau,

COMPAsses. See M'Culloch. D*Memoirs, Vol. 11.

356

VAN

DALRYMPLE (Dr.) his History of Dore's Sermon-on the Slave

Christ,

563 Trade,

6

DARWIN's Botanic Garden, a DOWNMAN's Infancy, a Poem, 390

Poem,

337 Drew on coloured Crystals, 71

David's, St. Bishop of, his Ser. DURNFORD's and East's Re-
mon for the Humane Soc. 567 ports,

246

Davies's Vacunalia,

86 DUTCH, Summary View of their

Davis's Important Narrative of Genius,

127

Facts,

274

Dawes on the Proceedings of the

E

Lords and Commons, 178

on Arrests,

AST INDIA Affairs, Enquiry

DEATH, &c. of Mrs. Regency,

549

352 EAST Indies, other Publica-

Debate on the Regency,

80

tions relative to,

27?, 547

DEBORAH. See WESTON. EDINBURGH Royal Society's

DecLARATION. See Copy. Transactions, concluded,

516

Della CRUSCA — Diversity, a EDUCATION, Essays on,

452

Poem,

529 EDWARDS's History of Redemp-

De LoL M E on the national Em-

tion,

370

barrassment,

275 EENIGE Berichten omtrent Groot

answered,

Britannien en lerland, 584

Des CarrieRES on Virgil's ELECTIONS, Law of, 360

Plongh,

494 ELECTRICITY. See

Deserter, a Poem,

181

TROOST WYK, &c.

DETACHED Hints on the Ques- ELEGANT Extracts in Verse, 463

tion,

79

ELEGY on the Author's revisit.

DETECTION; or a Scourge, &c. ing his former Residence,

73

301 ELEONORA, a Novel, 552

DIALOGUE on the Regency, 78 ELLIOT's Dipping not baptizing,
Dick's Sermon on false Teach-

459

ers,

191

Examination of,

460

Dickson's (Adam) Husbandry Emilia de St. Aubigné,. 364

of the Ancients,

ENGLAND and Italy, View of, 590

(William) Letters on ENGLISH Parnassus, 368
Negroe Slavery, 351 Essay on the Transfiguration of
DISCOURSE, by a Youth,

Chrift

459
on the Resurrection ETHICS, Compendium of,
Bodies,

458 EXAMINATION of Elliot's Dip-

Diseases of Cattle. See Top. ping not Baptizing, 460

HAM.

EXCHANGE, Bills of. See Bay,

DISSERTATION of the Message LEY, BLAGRAVE, Lovelass.

from St. John,

91

DIVERSITY, a Poem, 529

Divine Goodness, Thoughts on,

F

53

Dixon's Voyage round the All of the Robillas,

World,

502

of Faction, 275

Doctor and the Apothecary, 76 Falconer's Differtation on the

DOGERTY's Crown Circuit Al- Passions,

81

fiftant,

266 FAMILIAR Poetry, 365
DOMESDAY Book illustrated, 360 FARM House,

554
FENNSL's

372

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72

Fennel's Statement of Facts, Glasse's Sermon for the Mag-

84 dalen,

567

Finch's Chancery Precedents, GOMERSAL, Mrs. her Eleonora,

265 a Novel,

552

(Dr.) Considera:ions on GOODWYN on the Connexion of

Oaths,

282 Life with Respiration, 303

FLORIFER~Pieces of Familiar Gordon's Hift. of America, 441

Poetry,

365 GRANGE, M. dela-Mecanique

FOREIGN LITERATURE, 151.

analytique,

163

254. 263. 429 Great Britain, and Ireland,
Fouque', Baron de. See BUTT- some Account of,

584

and Italy. See
FOUR Marks of Antichrist, 185 ARCHENHOLZ.

Pleasant Epistles, 276 GREECE -Savary's Letters on,

FOURTEEN Sonnets, 465

377

FRAGMENS de Lettres de Madame Grenville's Speech,

179

de Bavière,

151 GRIESBACH-Symbola Criticæ,

Free Thoughts on his Majesty's

634

Recovery,

351 Grosier's Description of China,

FREND's Address to the Members

117
of the Church,

91 GUSTAVUS Vassa's Narrative,

Frost, a Poem,

74

551

FULLER's Two Reports, 450 GYNOMACHIA,

463

New Act of Asembly,

ib.

H

G

AMILTON's Sermon before

AMING Laws. See JOHN-

the Sons of the Clergy, 283

(Dr.) new Edition of
GARLAND, English. See Bru- Smellie's Anatomical Tables,

359

- a Collection of Poems, HAMMARDS- Reife, &c.

366 HARGRAVE's Collection of

Genty-fur la Découverte de A- Tracts, Vol. I.

484

mérique,

165 HARRINGTON's Letter to Priest-

GisBox's History, Observations ley, &c.

398

on,

84 Hawke, Lady, her Julia de Gra-

GIBERT-Observations sur Vol. mont, a Novel,

498

taire,

280 Hawker's Sermon on the Slave
GILBERT on the Power of Courts Trade,

284

Martial,

168 Hawkins's Expoftulatory Ad-

GILLARD on the future Happi- dress,

91

ness of Infants,

92

(A.) Translation of

GLADWIN's Hift. of Hindoftan, Mignot's History of the Otto-

697 man Empire,

Memoirs of Khojeh Hayes’s Verses on his Majesty's

Abdulkurreem,

699

Recovery,

368

Narrative of the

Thanksgiving Ser-

Transactions in Bengal, 701 mon,

469
Pandnámeh, or Heat, Animal. See Crawa

Compendium of Ethics, ib. FORD.

HEBREW

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596

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169

ry of,

SPEARE.

HEBREW Dictionary. See Levi. Hutton on the Battle of Bor-

Poetry, Herder on the worth Field,

124

Spirit of,

642 HYMENEAL Party, a Comedy,

Helena, a Novel,

169

365

Henry and Isabella, 443

HENRIETTA of Gerstenfeld,

Vol. II.

168

I and J.

HERDER-Vom Geift der Ebräi-
fchen Poefie,

642 Ames WALLACE, a Novel,
Heritier. See BRUTELLE.

499

HERRING Fisheries. See M'CulJe

JERNINGHAM's Enthusiasm, 239

Jews, Differtation on, by THIE-

HewGill's Trans. of Tielke's

RY,

662

Field Engineer,

408 ILLUSIONS of Sentiment,

Highmore's Review of the His. IMPARTIAL Review of the Quer.

tory of Moremain, 266 tion,

78

HINDE's Chancery Practice, 265

Reports of the Re-

HINDOSTAN-Gladwin's Hifto

gency Proceedings, 558

697 IMPERFECT Hints. See SHAKE.

Hints to the new Association,

186. 562 IMPEY's Office of Sheriff, 266

for City Amusement, 273 IMPORTANT Facts relative to the
Histoire secrete de la Cour de King,

172

Berlin,

690 IMPOSTORS, a Comedy, 364

de la Société Royale de IMPRISONMENT for Debt, &c.
Médecine,

693 Thoughts on, 167, 168

History,ancient. See Ryther- INCH BALD's Child of Nature, 75

FORD.

IN GRAM's Charity Sermon, 470

and Policy, Dr. INSURANCE. See PARK. See

Priestley's Lectures on,

MILLAR

of three Brothers, 453 JOHANNA, INand of, Account of,

and Proceedings of the

273

Lords and Commons, on the JOHNSON's Abridgment of the

Regency,

466 Gaming Laws,

266

of the Members of the Jopes's (Philip) Enay on Crook:
French Academy, by M. d'A- edness,

180
lembert, concluded, 569

(R.) Revolution Sermon,
Hodges's Select Views in India,

285

271

(William) on the figura.

Hopson's Sermon for the Aly- tive Language of Scripture,
lum,
568

402
HOLCOMBE's Sermon, 372 JOSEPHUS, Volborth on the Si-
Howder's Efayon Negroe lence of that Author with re-
Slavery,

350

spect to the Slaughter of the

Holmes's Four Tracts,

537

Bethlehem Children, 614

Horsley, Bishop. See David's, IRELAND, Publications relative
Hughes's Answer to Harris, 68 to,

62. 177. 216
Hume's Sermon at Londonderry, IRISH Dress. See WALKER.

285 Isalah. See KRAUTER,
Hunter on the Army Diseases, Italy, View of,

590

228 JUDAISM, History of, 106

HUSBANDRY. See Dickson, JULIA de Gramont, 498

KEATE'S

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LESSONS of moral and religious

K

Instruction,

563

LETCHWORTH's twelve Dil
EATE's Cases of the Hydro- courses,

226

cele,

180 LE: TER to Mr. Pict on the Re.

Key to the Lock,

76 strictions,

KELHAM - Domesday Book il-

to the Bp. of London,

luitrated,

360

93

KIMBLE's Farm House, a Come-

10 Mr. Horne Tooke,

dy,
534

173

KENTISH's Advice to Gouty Per-

from a Country Gen-

ions,

547

tleman,

175

KHOJEH Abdulkurreem, Me-

from the Pr. of Wales

moirs of,

699 to Mr. Pitt,

176

KING's Morsels of Criticism, no

Strictures on, 177

KINGSBURY'S Thanksgiving

from an Irish Gentle.

Sermon,

468

man,

ib.

KIPPIS's Life of Lardner,

47

second ditto, ib.

Ordination Charge, 93

to che Orthodox Mini-

Kite's Essay on the Recovery of sters,

185

the apparently dead, 395

to the Chancellor of the

Knox's Observations on the Li- Exchequer,

136

turgy,

383

to the Author of Thoughes

KRAUTER's Essay on Isaiah, 458 on the Manners of the Great,

KRAYENHOFF.

See

243

TROOSTWYK.

from a Gentleman on

board an Indiaman, 273

to the Author of Alfred,

L

274

to the most insolent Man

alive!

dress to young Persons, 461

answered,

276

LARDNER's Works and Life, 47

Observations on, ib.

La TROBE's Anecdotes of Fre-

to Mr. Fox,

ib.

deric II.

85

to the People,

LAVATER's Aphorisms on Man,

to the Bishops,

ib.

526

to Mr. Jefferies,

357

Law,-Reeve's History of the

to che Farmers,

English,

424

to Col. Lenox, 558

Tracts, two,

457

to the Lords Spiritual,

other Publications rel. ro,

563

69. 167. 245, 263. 265. 344. LETTERS to a young Gentleman,

359. 420. 456. 484.
LAYARD's Consecration Sermon,

to Sir W. Fordyce, 138

to a Prince, from a Man

Lee's Elegiac Poem, 181 of Kent,

178

LEGAL Confideration on the Re-

from a County Gentle.
gency,
274 man,

179
LEMPRIERE's Bibliotheca Cla.

seven, by a Whig, ib.

fica,

452 LETTRE de M. VAN MARUM à

Lengler.-Obf. fur Montes- M. LANDRIANI,

602

QUIEU,

166 Lettres de Théotime, 165

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