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Annals of Literature.
A 'Society of GENTLEMEN.
VOLUME the SIXTY-FIRST.
- Nothing extenuate,
CO N T E N T S.
BHagvet-Geeta; or Dialogues of Kreeshna and Arjoon; translated
Bolton's Filices Britannicæ ; an History of the British proper Ferns,
Dean Hamilton's Attempt to prove the Existence and absolute Per-
fection of the supreme unregenerated Being,
Thomas's (Ann) Poems on various Subjects,
Macaulay's Genius of Ireland, a Masque,
Symons's Enquiry into the Dehgn of the Chriftian Sabbath, Second
Trimmer's Fabulous Histories deligned for the Initruction of chil-
A Classical Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue,
Ancient Scottish Poems, never before in Print,
Fraser's Certain Arrangements in Civil Policy, necessary for the far-
Leters from the Right Hon. W-- E-- on the late political
Letter from Warren Hastings, Elq. dated Feb. 21, 1784, ibid.
Fall's Observations on the Report of the Cominictee appointed to
Moore's Sermon, at Rochester, on the Introduction of Sunday
Trotter's Observations on the Seurvy,