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TORAX, new discovery, relative to Cements, exper. with regard to
the composition of, particularly
watering meadows, 456. CHARITY considered, as a Chrif-
leai of Q Henrietta Maria, 274. CHARLESTOWN, N.England, acc.
inicription on Krkdale church, CHINA, the wines, fruits, and
CHINESE, their chronology not so
ancient as pretended by fome
writers, 506. Their history, in
Their empire first eftablished a-
sui. Their music, 521. Their
manner in which animals are jance of Allroromy, 523. Their
hospitals for foundlings, 524.
517. Its delicious wine, 518. Its
mastic, ib. Medals of, 519.
tion of different parts of Greece,
fame light with that of Socrates,
commercial academy at Ham. Clarendon, Lord, his hift. of the
rebellion, not altered by the Ox.
ford editor, 303.
, poetical en-
CLOCKS to Atrike the bour, enquiry
when first made, 281.
Coins, ancient acç. of some disco.
And in the Tower of Lond. 270.
COFFINS, ftone. See PiGGE.
favour of, vindicated, 1:6, 149. hoins, in the cathedral of Car.
COMMERCE. See Banks.
method of cultivating the fugar Cook, Capt. elegant verses to his
memory, by a Lady, 459.
Jerusalem, and sells 90,000
Chriftian captives to the Jews, ELEPHANTS, when inhabitants of
the northern regions of our
of lightning on board a ship, 222. in North America, 399.
ancients concerning, 101. FABLE, dramatic, remarks rela-
tive to, 186.
Fire, its nature different from that
relative to, 546.
ings from, 51.
logue of the pictures and rarities
effect on the air, 346, 504.
cious in fevers, 571.
by electricity, 215
parable against perfecution, 195.
certain MSS. of the late Mr. His anxious desire to promote
peace and harmony between
Shamefully abused by Mr. Wed.
held to be wholly derived from discoveries, 206. His hypothe-
fis concerning the Aurora Borse
quantity of discovered in the sea, FRENCHMAN, his dialogues with an
power of the Crown to make
cal, 556. Discoveries rel. to the FRERET, M. his erroneous hypo-
cious in the cure of female disor- antiquities in Hampshire, 272.
cal deduction of, 122.
HAYLEY, Mr. his elegant verses
on the death of Mr. Thornton, composed Dr. Dodd's fpeech at
his trial, 453.
pents, 113. Her commercial re-
political connexion with Eng.
land discussed, 306, 359.
IRWIN, Mr. his Eastern Eclogues
and elegant compliment to his
of ancient monuments, &c, in, Isarail, Book of. See Lowth.
ITALIANS, their character, 549.
troduction of English laws into ITALY, the land of painters, itself
the eastern provinces of, 147. the mott beautiful picture in the
tility and populousness asserted,
inscription on, illustrated, 114.
guarding against insects, 356, piece of ordnance filhed out of
of a petrifaction
found in East Lothian, 219.
of antiquities dug
in the time of Constantine, 567. ing artificial loadstones, 221.
nantidiptic telescope, 215. LANGUAGE, English, various a-
90,000 Christian captives of LASSONE, M. de, his memoir on
method of improving the tastar
HINDOSTAN.-Several tracts, LATHAM, Mr. his acc. of an ex.
LEAD ore, chemical exper, on, 48.
plants, their forts enumerated, watch-making, 44. His merit
curing ulcers by the burning.
wards Milton, 479. Animad. LETTER to the Reviewers, con-
potteries, discovered in the Mof- King's legislative authority over
MARCELLINUS, Ammianus, his
advantageous account of the fer-
odical time of the comet of 1770, Martin, honest Tom, his objeca
tions to the profession of an ara ,
His history of
MASERES, Baron, his method of
flowly converging infinite feries,
&c. 42. His method of extend.
island of St. Miguel, 49.
Medicine, Royal Society of, in
tion of Maiah, specimen of, 285. Mengs, the celebrated painter,
the person alluded to by Shake- METELIN, the ancient Lesbos de
Miguel, Se, inand of, hot fount-
man bath, discovered at Dover, efficacy, in the cure of the gout,
Milles, Dr. his acc. of two As.
Tower of London, 276. See
cure of an abscess formed in the Moguls, their tyranny over the
Mo.Quito shore, curious eastern
ing the nature and cure of, 564, also the Letter and Note p. 278.
securing buildings from fire, çi. an infant, 209.
The experiment tried, ib. Music, philofophically considered,
MUTZENBECHER's edit, of Biel's
plan of a complete hiftory of, NECESSITy, philosophical, at-
tacked, and defended, 29.
of, their glorious struggle for
used in their debates, for and from Eng. to Davis's Streights,
against a peace with Spain, 375. &c. 52. His accidental death,
ib. tbe note.
PILE-driver, theory of that ma-
PINE-apple, a valuable treatise for
the culture of, recommended,
in which the head of the os be Pope, Mr. his description of the
tower of Dornadilla, 271.
67. See more under CATHO-
lity, &c. asserted, in opposition PowNAL, Mr, his account of the
sea, near Whitstabie Bay, 275.
of curious earth.
of his, in the Iris House of discovered on the Mosquito coast,
spect to some in the necessarian
censured for his foreboding
of our political affairs, 447. His
PRIESTLEY, Dr. his notions of
terialism, attacked and defended,
29. Ridiculed, 64.
ketch of the controver.
his account of some stone nents on matter, &c. 223.
574. Ought not to employ their
sciences not immediately relative
PRUSSIA, K. of, his ideas of the
plication of the burning-glass
Vicksilver, remarkable cure