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CARTWRIGHT'S Give us our Rigbıs, DICKSON's Three Sermons,. 78
Sermon before the EchlinCAUSIS of cur late Discontents, 469 vile Vudunteers,
ib. CIB0T, M. his Memoirs concerning the -- Sermon on the Death of me Hiftory, Sciences, &c. of the Chinele, Rev. James A mftrong,
466 DICTIONARY See PROSPECTUS, CHELTENHAM Guide,
147 DIDEROT's ry on the Reigns of CHESTER Guide,
Claudius and Nero,
513 CHIT-CHAT, an Interlude,
74 DIMSDALI's Tracts on Inoculation, &c. CHOICE of Harlequin, 236
172 CHRONOLOGIE Pbsfigue des Eruptions DISNEY's Faft Sermon,
318 des Volcans eteints de la France Meridi. Ditis CHORUS,
147 onale, &c. - 467 DIVORCE, a Farce,
147 CLAIMS of Ireland vindicated, 386 DRAMATIC Puffers, Clark's answer to Shaw's Inquiry con- DUNBAR's Elay on Mankind, 2d Edit. cerning Ollian's Poems,
47 CLOACINA Triumphant,
DURANDE's Chemistry, CONDOLANCE, an Epifle from Busgoyne to Cornwallis,
147 COL?MAN's Every Man's Monitor, 155 CONIC Sections. See VINCE, CONSIDERATIONS on the present State C Ast Indies, Publications relative to, of the Wool Trade,
7?, 146, 304, 307, 388 - on the Tithe Bill, 309 ECCLESIASTES, new rantlarien if on Criminal Proceed. forre Parts of,
315 ings, &c.
310 EDUCATION. See KAIMES. --- on the Attorney Geo ELEGY on the Death of Lord R. Cavenneral's Bill, 1 385 | cin,
147 CONSOLATORY Thoughts on American ELEMENS de Clypai, &c.
387 ELLIOT's Ellays on Phycological Suba CONSTITUTIONAL Defence of Govern
301 EPISTLE, in the Style of Hogarth, 73 CONTRAST ; or, a Comparilon between
from Lady Worn
302 our Woollen, Silk, &c. Manufactures, Essai sur la Pby;rog nemie, &c. 482
235 - fur le Reine de Claude, &c. 513 *. * CORRISPONDENCE with the Re ESSAY on Prejuu.ce,
viewers, 79, 160, 240, 319, 400, 420 - - on the Law of Celibacy, CORRUPTION corrected,
on Defensive War, &c. 219 COSMOGRAPHIE Elémer aire, &c. 541
on Corcos COUNT of Narbonne, a Tragedy, 64
- on the Nature of a Loan, 385 Cowley's Belie's Stratagem,
ESTIMATE of the Ministers (Lord N.'s) CRAVEN, Lady, her Miniature Picuie, abiii'ies, a Comedy, 74 Eudocia, a Poem,
468 EVERY Man's Monitor, CURSO: Y Examination of Johnson's IXSTRACT of an original Letter from Serieures on Gray,
Calcutta, CYNTHIA of Propertius trandated, 416
L'APPICIUS; or, Letters to the n ALRYMPLE's Question considered, f People,
307 71 FAIR Anerican, Sangs in,
473 DAMP SER's Fan Sermon.
318 FAIR CIRCASSIAN, a Tragedly, 59 DEATH Song of Lodbrog, King of Den. Faithre t'icture of the Times, a Sermark, • 441 monter the Year 1782,
317 DEBT of the Nation,
71 FALCONE's Remarks on the Influence DECLARATION, &c. of the fuffering oi Climare, &c. Lovalilts in America,
395 DECREE of Exchequer, on Tithe of FAWKES'S Tiandat, or Apollonius RhoMiik,
109 l'ENINA, Abbé, bis Political and Li. FEMALE ftabilien,
394 triars Hiace of Grere,
FOREIGN LITERATURE, 134, 138, HISTOIRE de l'Art de l'Antiquité, See
375, 463, 481, 546 WINCKELMANN. FORSTER'S Answer to Dalrymple on HISTORICAL View of Surinam, 148 Wool, 227 HISTORY of Jack Juniper
131 Sermon at Colchester, 316
w of the Legal Polity of the Ro. FORTUNATE Sifiers, 474 man State, concluded,
241 FOURCROY, M. de, his Elementary In.
252 ft:uê.ona in Nat. Hist, and Chemitry,
of Ld. North's Administration, 466 Part Il.
469 FSANCIS, Mrs. her Translation of Solo.
of the War in Germany. See mon's Song,
258 LLOYD. Free and Serious Address to the Christian Homer's Hymn to Ceres, translated by Laity, 102 Lucas,
414 FRIZNDSHIP and Matrimony, 474 Horson's Elíay on Fire, G.
1. N ED, William, Memoirs of, 143 TEBB's Letter to Sir R. Bernard, 70 U GENERAL Hift. of Conneaicu", J JENKINSON, Letter to,
- Second Let. to, 141 GENLIS, Madam, her Adele and Theo. JEPHSON'S Count of Narbonne, a Traderus; or, Letters an Education, 465 gedy,
64 GEOGRAPHY for Youth, 310 JERNINGHAM': Honoria,
746 GEORGE Bateman, a Nuvel, 237 TERUSALEM destroved, a Poem, 307 GIBDON's Roman Hift. concluded, 459 Tew's Letters, to Voltaire,
543 Gibson's Jerusalem destroyed, a Poern, İMPARTIAL Refiećtions in the late Ad
397 miniftration, GILEE&T's Plan for the Relief and Emo INQUIRY concerning Eng. Wools, 358 ployment of the Poor, · 44 INTERESTING Skorch of Centeel - Observations on the Poni's Life,
311 ISTORJA politica e literaria della Grecia, Give us our Rights, 300
549 GLOCESTER, Bihop of, his Faft Ser. JOHNSON'S Biographical Prefaces con. mon, 3:8 cluded,
J13 GODDARD's Sermons, 157 JOHNSON, Leauties of,
231 GREEN's Translation of Apollonius Rho- - his Strictures on Gray exädius,
• 238 GRIFFITH's Efays, addressed to mar - his Lives of the Poets, 80. ried Wonen,
Edit. GRIMALDI's Reflections on the Inequa. Jones's Disquisitions, &c. lity arr.ong Men,
Mahumedan Law of zuccellion, CROSE's Elbics, 91
442 GUIBERT'S ESSAY on Tactics, 39 - - his Estay on the Law of Baile
IRELAND, Publications rel. to, 145, 386
JUNIPER, Jack, History of, U ALYBURTON'S Georgics, 344 JUSTMAN's Life,
474 O HAMILTON's Supplement to the Campi Pbiegræi,
K. HARRINGTON's Philor. Inquiry into
Animal and Vegetable Lite, 98 I Aims's Loose Hints on Education, HARRIS's Philological Inquiries, 428 Hawes's Scriptural Refutation of Ma. Kere's Nar, of the Rise of ihe Mabroi. dan on Polygamy,
145 Henry's History of Great Britain, Vul.
IV. HINT to a Patriot Parliament, 471 HISTOIRE Pbilosoptique et politique, &c. T Avatar, M. his E Tay on Phy
$42 L. fregnumy, or the Art of Reading - de l'Acad. Royale des Sciences, Faces,
481, &c. for 1777,
498 LANDRIANI, Clea. his Phyfico-Chemide Ruffie, &c. 512 cal Treatises,
.LRBRECHT, a Jew, Narrative of his MICKLE'S Almada Hill, Convertion,
315 Miller's Enquiry into the Cause of Laçons Elementaires d'Histoire Naturelie, Motion,
18 i vi de Cb, mie,
466 MILLES's Edition of Rowley's Poems, LEFEBVRK DE VILLE BRUNE M. his Edit. of Silius Iralicus,
322 LISSING's Nathan the Wire, 307 MINERALOGIE Sicilienne, &c. L:ssons in Reading,
ist M NIATURE Picture, a Comedy, 74 LETTER TO Mr, jenkinson, 70 MODERN Marners,
420 second ditto to dito, 341 MOLINE Ux's Quefiion-bcok, 143 -- from a Cholic Chinian, 156 MONRO's Works,
- to Edm, Burke, Eig; on Eji. Mosta's Tour in North Wales, &c. 348 lodia Aniais, 398 MOR VEAU's Chamiltsy,
134 fecond to ditto,
ib. Moserey's Obs. on the Dysentry of the to Glbert,
470 Welt-Indies. -- to the landed Gentlemen of Lin- Mount Hennech, a Novel, 129 colnihise, 472 Mouse and the Luen,
307 - to the Clergy of the Church or MUGLISton's Leiter on Wool, 234 Eng.and,
4.8 LETTERS from an American Ford
on Political Lihertu, 561 TARRATIVE Of Lebrech', 315 LETTRES fami.iéres de M. Wirkere NAUTICAL Almanack, for 17.6,
153 LETTRES de Quelques Juifs Portugals, NAVAL. Architectu
444 &c. sih Editi
Nichols's Supplement to the Origin of u r la Sci, &r. 541 Printing,
150 L'EYESQU's Hitory of Ruria, $12 NIXON'S t'reridy made easy, 46 J.210NT, &c. Se T'ROJA
Noort's Two Ducourses on Sovert ga LIFE of Mirs. Jufnan, 494 Power, translated,
302 LITERARY Amu'errents,
-10 NOUVELLE Conv&ior, &c. See Lloyd's Cooli uation of the Hift. of the LEMBICS. the War in Germany,
275 LODBROG, Sec DAIN. Lopts tudoria,
305 LONDON, a Satire,
190 OBSERVATIONS on a Commutation Lucas's Traniidion of Homer's Hymn of Tithes, to Ceres,
414 ODs on the Surrender at York. Town, LUCUBRATIONS curing a Mort Reces,
473 383 - to the Genius of be Lakes, 14 Lron's further Froofs, &c, relative to - to the Genius of Scandal,
547 M ACADENT's Translation of OriGINAL Minutes of the Governor of N i Nocae's Dicures on Screreign Bongai, Pcwor, Ảc, ;02 0110 and Ruha,
30) 1.CO WAN'Discourses on the Becki R 0.
Daler's Our Sernon, 280 MARIT's (ne tir,
Paros et a Paris, MARRIAGE Act, a Farce,
147 Parkir's Fiew of Society and Mas. 1. sox's frgs.ch Garden, B. 4. 45 ne' $, &C. NICHANICS apps'ed &c. See Err. PATRICT korn Si Curparilin, a TWILAT
PINNAAT'S Toughts on our a MONTR's - Roman H AATT, 495 Lies,
co MEMOIRS Seacher. &c. 19 Porner': Peers, AIVOIRIS 6391*--** H ire, its PaiCT's Cassin 'w fer, o bere, &c. See CasoT.
Czes o lo anty, ME TILLI'S Eements of Comography, PITTMAX on the Covatca of York, 541
PHILIPS's Election Cores, 59 SEAMax's Remarks on the British Ships P# LOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS, of the Line,
304 Vol. LXXI Part I.
365 SERIOUS and Affectionate Address, 10 PLAIN Reasons, &c. rel. to Wool, 231 all Orders of Men, PLAN of Reconciliation with America, SERMONS, by Dickson,
154 POETICAL Epiftle, in the Stile of Hn.
285 POLITICAL Catechism,
by Adam, - Obf. on Population, 373
-- by Ramsay,
479 POPULATION. See UNCERTAINTY. SINGI, E Sermons, 158, 315, 400, 479. PowNALL's Two Memorials, 387 SHERIDAN's Review of the Three great PSATT'S Fair Circaflian, a Tragedy, 59 N tional Questions, &c.
145 PRESENT Hour,
785 SHERLOCK's Letters on Several Suba PRIESTLEY'S Two Lette:s to Bithop jeits, Newcome,
15 SHORT Alarm before the Falt, 317 PRINCIPLES of Law and Government, - - View of the Proceedings, &c.
392 PRINTING. See NICHOLS.
SIEGE of PRIZE Sugars not Frreign,
SINCLAIR's Observa'ions on the Scottira PROors obat Cireat Britain was successo Dialect,
350 ful before Rouney's Victory, 470
Lucubrations during a short PROPERTIUS. See CYNTHIA.
383 Pao?BIETY of allowing a qualified Ex
Thonghes on the Naval portation of Wool,
230 Strength of the British Empire, · 469 PROSPECTUS d'une Encyclopedie Mie SKETCHES of the Lives, &c. of Literarbod que, &c.
397 PUDDICOME's Fast Sermon, 319
O uales to Lord Audley, 310 - , &c, in the Banditti, 237
- dec, in the Fair American, 473 . So L A VIE, Abbe, his Pny fico-chao110
logical Account of extinguished VolD AMSAY's Elay on the Duties of a canos in the South of France, 467 Sea Officer, 288. SOUTHAMPTON Guide,
397 - Sea Sermons,
479 SPEECH in the Allembly at St. Chrino. RAYNAI, Abbé, his Hifoire Pbiloo- pher's,
143 pbigue, &c. new Edition, 542 STAIR, Lord, his Faits, &c. 144 RASPI's Nathan the Wise,
307 STALKART'S Naval Architecture, 444 RETALIATION, a Farce,
STATE of India,
307 REVERTES of the Heart,
238 STATUTES at large, 4to. Vol. xiii. RILAND's Scriptural Preservative, &c.
STUDY of the Scriptures recommended, ROLLO on the Army-diseases at St. Lucia,
154 SUBSTANCE of the Charge of Milo ROUSSEAU's Confeffions, &c. 530
385 ROYAL Naval Review,
73 SUGARS. See PRIZE.
906 SURINAM. See HISTORICAL
152 OT. NON, Abbé, his Pittoresque Travels TATHAM's Sermons, through Naples, &c.
465 TAYLOR's Sexagefimal Tables, 153 SAROS Meteorologique,
Thoughts on the Grand ApoSCOTTISH Ballads, 292 ftacy,
457 - Dialect, Observations on 351 THEobos Ia's Miscellanies, Vol. 11. 337 SCOTT's Review of the Transactions in THEOR I E des Loix Criminelles, 463 Bengal, 304 THEORY of the Syphon, illustrated, 180
THICKNESSE, Mrs, her Sketches, &c. Warton's History of English Poetry: 397 Vol. III.
81 - Mr. his Queries to Lord
310 - Essay on Pope, Vol. II. 255 TickEll's Carnival of Venice,
WATHEN's Method of applying a Tube TOALDO, Abbé, his Meteorological Sa for the Cure of the Flula Lacbrymalis,
77 TOMLINSON'S Letters to the Admiral.
Conductor, and containing 398 Splints,
ib. Tour. See WYNDHAM. See Moxtir. Ways and Means; or, a Sale, &c. 382 TRAITE de la Sagefte, &c.
149 WEST-Indies. See MoSELEY. See TRIAL between Sir R. Wordley and Cap ROLLO.-Political Publicacions rela. tain Biffer, 239 tive to,
143 TRIMMER's Sacred Hiftory, Vol. I. 313 WHIM!!! or Maidstone Bath, 236 TROJA, M. his Lectures on Disorders of WHITAKER's Faft Sermon, 319 the Eyes,
547 WILLIAMS on the Plalms, Scripture Tucker's Reflections on the Price of Imprecations, &c.
169 Wools, &c.
- on the American War, 306 Cui Bono,
271 WINKELMANN's Hiftory of the fine TURNER'S Sermon at Halifax, 79
375 Tyers's Hiftorical Rhapsody on Pope,
his Letters, 74 WISE's System, a Poem,
472 Wool, Pamphlets relative to, 71, 144, V-U. 227, 228, 230, 231, 234, 235, 392,
472 TARIETY, a Comedy, 260 WORSLEY's Hiftory of the Ise of Wight, - or, which is the Man?
34 a Poem,
Trial, &c. Vince's Elements of conic Sections, 151
- Lady. See TRIAL, UNCERTAINTY of the present Popu
See Whim !!! lation, &c.
See EPISTLE. VOLTAIRE, Letters to, from certain
See ANECDOTES. Portuguese, German, and Polish Jews, WORTHINGTON'S Sermon on Spill.
542 bury's Death, VOYAGE Pittoresque, ou Description des WYNDHAM'S Tour through Wales, &c. Royaumes de Naples et de Sicile, 455
394 V tion,
43 Wales, Tour through, 148, 149
z. WALWyn's Effay on Comedy, 305 WANOS TROCHT's French Grammar, 7 Ouch's few Words in behalf of the Second Edition, 471 U Poor,