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Marphy grounds, and ftagnant waters, en- de Calonne's address to the public, 361.
qui.y concerning the diseales proceed. Her card, co the Monthly Reviewers,
ing from them; a prize queflion, 696. 375.
publilhed, 224. Three of them found Music. See Cavallo.
NADIR Sbab, his character, 700. Cruel
Napier, the logarithmetician, account of
his life and writings, 232.
Naw Teflament, Greek MSS. of, critically
collated, in order to complete and ascer.
the bett means of encouraging patriotism bacb.
Noaille, Mr. his estimates relative to Gilk.
Nunconformiiy to church establishments
Novellist, his office compared to that of
Italian literature, 579. Not the author
of the System of Nature, ib.
Oaibs, judicially taken, their importe
of administering, ib. See also Perjury.
high character as a toldier and conqueror, Oclopbagus, case of a ichirrhous one, 481.
Olla Pedrida, by whom written, 136.
Extracts from, 137.
niiy examined, 685. In what respects
cally different, ib,
cmpoture to cold air, 693.
575. Specimen of, translated, ib. His PAPER, made from the bark of willow,
productions, and iphabitants of that Parriotism. See Meerman, De la Cour.
Siate of knowlege Pauw, M. de, corrected, in regard to a
justed to modern philosophy, 112. His cine--the pbosphorared soda, 376.
cautions and remarks relative to
pulmonary disorders, 481.
M. de Calonne, 267. Her address to tal consequences, worthy of dearb, 283.
Pblogifion, Dr. Priestley's observations re- gard to the local residence and patora
Talive to the decor.portion of, 297. history of mad, 678.
in tbar diftriet, 97. Cifterns there, how this country in regard to foreign poo
medal, given by the R. S. ct Met,
concerning the diseases proceeding from
obr. on singular contraâions of,
scene of poverty and desolation, 597. Revelarioni, ch. ix. v. 15. applied to the
Tuik ih empire, il;
Panimuuzer,” a work fo entieled, mila concerning M. de Pauw's attack on Dr.
Fer other letters, tee Liramine
Da'e, Wiili, Bidlant, Canes des
é ad influence of its religion, 10. Delo Riedes, present miserable state of that
once flourishing inard, 380.
observations relative to acidity, &c. that catastrophe, in ine K. of France's
career, 430. His Corfide: ations on ebe don, 83.
Thomas, specimen of his agree.
able poetiy, 331;
presen: King of, flanderously re. ter, 570. His averfion to despotils,
on account of the freedom of his polie
Jarvement of the abdomen, from an death, compared, by himself, to a jous.
ney into the country, ib
tion of the humours to the fin, 2;C
Solm, Rhingrave de, bis menoir in justi-
Scarpa, M. his obf. on an aneurism of Temperament of musical instruments. See
dying, refers the priest o his house.
Tiranus, cured by electricity, 479.
M'Culloch, 448. Experiment made in order to render them more happy in
wish, by order or the Admiralty, 449. themselves, and more vieful to the
ir, his timidity as a pub ic fpeaker in Timber trees, large plantations of, in va.
rious parts of England and Scotland, 19.
Remarks on the annual growth of trees,
of the Tenouea unusual affections of. See Huges.
View of the importance
to that miraculous transaction, 459.
Trüblet, Abbé, anecdo:es relative to, 583.
56 pounds weighit, 480.
generally suppose, 665. Account of
learned manuscripts, ib. Sciences and
books, 670 'I heir colleges and acade-
ments in electrical machinery, 602,
electricity to medical purposes, 658.
nancy, fuccesfully treated, 478.
plough, controversy relative to. See
Viscera. See Bail'ie.
condition of the inhabitants, 598.
Character of the Cofsacs, ib. Zaporo-
the execrable Gouda, 599.
successfully created, 478.
fidelity, 2*0. His correspondence with
the late K. of Prussia, 627. His quar-
seconciliation between them, 631.
of wit, folly, and licentiousnels, 632.
Uterus, case of, lacerated by the force of Wbiskey, exceffively drank in Ireland, 6..
Pernicious consequences of, ib. Re
medy proposed by encouraging tbe ps.
the production of artificial cold, 301. Wbile, Mr. his extenfive plantations of
Dr. his account of a patient who
William Jll, K. of Eagland, his lacock
tions on his death, 313. Summard
great and good actions performed by
lative to the decomposition of, 297. kingdom, ib.
Will's, Mr. his correspondence with the
to an easy method of procuring fale of
to the exportation of, in the tine ei
tising it in Glocestershire, 335. Ad-
per- YATES, Mr. bis new furvey of Lab.
that county, 97.
ZORNDORFF, remarks of the barte
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