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BSTRACT of the evidence de- Applegarth's Rights for Man,

the House of Commons, on the Part pofition,

69

of the Petitioners for the Abolition Arius slain, and Socinus mortally

of the Slave Trade,

119 wounded,

108

Account of the Parish of Fairford, 237 Arnold's Arithmetical Preceptor, 116

-- (a particular) of the Com. Assembly's Catechism abridged, 108

mencement and Progress of the lo- Atkinson , Poerical Epistle from the

furre&tion of the Negroes in St. Queen of France to the Emperor of

Domingo,

239

Germany,

234

-(a short) of the Affairs of

Ireland during the Years 1783,1784, Bacor's Libertine,

352

and 1785,

475 Bagatelle; or, the Bath Anniversary,

Address to the Students at the New

I13

College, Hackney,

350 Bampton Lectures. See Kett and Tas

to Pitt, on the Probability of tban.
a Revolution in this country, 465 Banister's Translation of the Odes of
from the General Committee Pindar,

402
of Roman Catholics to their Pro. Barlow's Conspiracy of Kings, 471
testant Fellow Subjects, &c. respect. Raviad (the) a paraphrastic Imitation
ing the Calumpies and Misrepresen- of the first Satire of Persius,

193

tacions circulated with Regard to Beatson's View of the Action of the

their Principles,

468

27th of July, 1778,

357

to the Duchess of York against Bellamy's Jesus Christ the only God,
the Vie of Sugar,
Admonitory Epifties from Harry Ho Belsham's Essays, Vol. II. 133
mer to Peter Pindar,

472 Benger's Female Geniad,
Advice to the privileged Orders of the Bewley's (Dr.) Treatise on Air, 353

feveral States of Europe, Part I. 474 Bicknell's Instances of the Mutability
Aikin’s (Dr.) View of the Character of Fortune,

331

and public Services of Howard, 208 Bligh's Voyage to the South Sca, 374

Analysis of the Waters of Tunbridge Blind Child (the),

Wells,

115

Boswell's Life of Johnson, 257

Anecdotes (interesting) of Henry IV. Bowles' Monody written at Matlock,

of France,

118

of the Life of Wm. Pitt,

Second Letter to the right
Earl of Chatham,

hon. C. J. Fox, upon the Master of

Anna St. Ives,

460

236

Annales de Chymie, Vol. VI. and VII. Brewster - On the Prevention of

504
Ciimes,

479

Answer to second part of Rights of Broom's Sketches of Female Educa-

Man,

467 tion,

117

Brulart's

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236

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Brulart's (Madame de Sillery) Leçons Essay on Duelling,

473

d'une Gouvernantc à les Eleves, 494 Evils of Adultery and Prostitution,

Burke's Letter to Sir Hercules Lan-

479

grife, Bart.

345 Examination (a brief) into the In-

istler's (the) Diary,

crease of the Revenue, &c. of Great

Britain,

359

CARMICHAEL's Tracts concerning the Extracts, elegant, instructive, and en-

Peerage of Scotland,

58 * tertaining, in Prese,

354

Carpenter's (the) Daughter of Derham

elegant, instructive, and en-

Down,

236 tertaining, in Poetry,

ibid.

Carrieres' (M. des) Concise History of Eyre's Dreamer awake, 235

France,

117

Carter's Narrative of the Loss of the FESTIVAL of Beauty (the),

Grosvenor East Indiaman, 475 Field's Second Letter to the Inhabi-
Charge.intended to have been deliver-

tants of Warwick,

119
ed to the Clergy of Norwich, 80 Foreign Articles,

92, 481

Chaucer's Pardoner's.Tale,

451 FOREIGN LITERARY INTELLI-

Chester, a concise History of, 462

GENCE,

99

Christie's Esay on Ecclesiastical Esta- Fourcroy et De la Porte (M. M.)

blishments,

109

Analyse chymique de l'Eau Sulfu-

Collection (a new) of Medical Pre-" reuse d'Enghein, &c.

513

fcriptionis,

353 Frederica; or, Memoirs of a young

Coniputition, the Principles of,... 09 Lady,

472

Constitutional Letters, in Antwer to

Free Masonry for the Ladies, 357

Paine's Rights of Man,

347

Freedom of Human Action explained

Correspondence, 120, 240, 360, 479, and vindi ated,

75

480 - GARDENSTONE'S (lord) Travelling

Cowley's (Mos.) Day in Turkey, 323 Memorandums,

253

Cowper's Tranilation of the Iked and Generosity, a Novel,

352

Odyssey of Homer, 241, 361, 50 Genesis, Exposition of the Beginning

Cursory Remarks on an Enquiry into of,

77

the Expediency and Propriety of Genlis (Madame de). See Brularl.

Public or Social Worship, 231 Gitpin's Remarks on Forest Scenery,

Cursory Criticisms on the Edition of &c.

43

Shakspeare, publifhed by Nialone,

Globus coelcftis Cufico-Arabicus Veli-

terni Musci Borgiani, a Simone Ar-

semano,

97

DELINEATIONS of the Heart,

Golden's Triumph of Friendship, 234

Denina (l'abbé) la Pruffe littéraire Tous Gouch (Nirs.) the Life of, 477

Frederic II. pour servir de cortinụa- Good's Poenis,

471

tion à l'Eflai sur la Vie & le Regre Cravt's Inquiry into the Nature of

de ce Roi,

Zemindary Tenures in Bengal, 61

Dictionnaire, Grammaires, . & Dia- Graves' Movitations of the Enperor

logues, Tartares-Mantchoux Fran- M. A. Autouinus,

çois, &c.

95 Grose's Gruniller,

475

Difícriation on the Querulousness of

Srutesmen,

294 HALLORAN's Poems,

207

Duncan's (Dr.). Visitation Sermun,

108

Ode on the proposed Visio

of their Majulics to the City of Ex-

eter,

ibid.

Enfield's History of Philosophy, Hawtrey's Various Opinions of the

Philosophical Relormers considered,

Enquiry (an) into the Nature, Defects,

and Abules of the British Contlitu- Hedaya (the), or Guide; a Commen-

249

tion,

233

tary on the Musiu man Laws,

Epiftle to Wilberforce,

Epiftles, elegant, familiar, and inftruce Hickey's Hittory of Paintitig and

Sculpture, Vol. I.

499

tive,

355 High Church Politics,

345

Eslay on Exclcfiaftical Efabiishinents, Hill's (Brian) Oblervations and Re-

on Religion, &c.

niarks in a Journey through Sicily

vec un the Principles of Translation,

and Calabria,

4.15

S

239

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114

488

Hiftorical Sketch of the French Revo- Letter to Pitt, considering his Plan for

lution,

441 discharging the National Deht, 346

History of Sir Geoffry Refless and his to Paine, on his late Publica-

Brother Charles,

114

tion,

347

political and personal, of the to Cape and Moore, occasioned

Boroughs of Great Britain, Vol. I. by their Proposals for publishing the

Life of Welley,

350

Hogarth illustrated,

408

to the B Mop of Chefer, upon

Holcroft's Road to Ruin, a Comedy, the Removal of poor Children from

their respective Settlements to the

Anna St. Ives,

460

Cottou and other Manufactories of

Human Action (the Freedom of) ex- Manchester, &c.

359

plained and vindicated,

75

on Tythes, to A. Young, Esq.

with his Remarks,

ibid.

IMITATION of the Prayer of Abel, of Advice from a French Demo-

13 crat to, an, English Revolutionist,

Iphigenia, a Novel,

464

Ireland's Hogarth illustrated, 408 to Pitt, on the subject of a Tax

for railing six Millions Sterling, ih.

Jacquin (Nicolai Josephi) Collecta. Lewejyn's Exposition of the beginning

nea ad Botanicam Chemicam, & of Genelis, the Epiille to the Ro-

Historiam Naturalem Spectantia, mans, the Doctrine of Baptism, aod

Mostu cee,

79

Ierninghan's Abelard to Eloisa, 469 Lipscomb's Pardoner's Talc, from

Jones's Letter to the Society of United Chaucer,

472

Irishmen of Belfast. See M Kenna. Lyne's Ifagoge, five Janua Tusculana,

Jockey Club (tha). Part I. 473 fur the Uic of Grammar Schools,

118

Kitt's Sermons,

165

M'DONALD (A.) Miscellaneous Works

LACKINGTON's Memoirs of the first of,

forty-five Years of his own Life, M'Kenna's Thoughts on the Letter to

196 the Society of United Irishmen of

Langlès (L.) Di&ionnaire, Gram- Belfast, by W'm. 'Todd Jones, Elq.

maires, & Dialogues Tartares.

Mantchoux François, &c. 95 Maps and Plaris, Views and Coins, il-

Leopold of Brunswick, a poem, 350

luftrative of the Travels [ Anachar-

Letter (a genuine) by a Native of In- fis the Younger, in Greece,

doftan, addrefred'to a Protcstart Mariti's Travels through Cyprus, Sy-

Missionary,

ria, and Paleitine',

175

(a second) to the Inhabitants of Martin's Essay on the Art of Dying.

Warwick,

119

355

to the Bishop of Landaff, con- Mary de Clifford,

352

taining Remarks on his Lordship's Medical Comunicatiors, Vol. II.

Charge to the Clergy of Llandaff, Memoirs of Mrs Billington,

229

of Gen. Lee,

from Timothy Sobersides, Ex-

of Hildebrand Freeman, Esq.

tinguiher-maker, at Wolverhamp-

ton, to J. Blatt, Bellows-maker, at Menorial of the present state of Po-

Birmingham,

land,

Letter to the rev. E, Holder, Modern Britors, a Poem,

on the brief and sufficient Answer Mungez' (Antoine) Memoir sur la

to the Philosophy of the Masons, ib. Comparilon des Moyens & des Pro-

to the Students in Divinity in cedes que les Romains employoient

the Diocese of Chester,

237

dans la Couitruction de leurs Edi-

to every Housekeeper in Lon- fices, avec ceux des Peuples mo.

don, on behalf of Parochial Industry

dernes,

523

Schools,

240 Moseley's Essay on Archery,

from a Gentleman in Lanca.

faire to his friend in the East Indies, NAIRNE's Poems, miscellancous and

ibid. humorous,

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