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anineral waters of Harrowgate, 407, phobia, 41.-XXV. On the medici.
--Case of tæuia, or tape worm, cured nal properties of the muriated ba.
by flowers of sulphur, ibid.- Obfer- rytes, ibid.-XXVI. Cafe of dropy,
vations on venefection in thoracic in which the water has been twice

ihid. drawn off by tapping the vagina, ib.

-XXVII. I'wo letters on a species

of angina maligna, and the use of
CAPS and plans, viows and coins,

capsicum in that and other diseafes,

ibid.-XXVIII. Account of an ere
illustrative of the travels of

foliation of the internal surface of


the cibia, &c. 41, 42.-XXIX. A:-
Meaning which the word mystery bears
in the New Testament contidered,

count of the invention and use of the

lever of Roonhuysen, 42.-XXX.
Medical communications, vol. II. 3.3.

of a very uncommon bindneis in
1. Cale of a recovery after a ball had

the eyes of newly-born children, ib.

XXXI. Thrce intane's cf sudden
pallud through the lungs, ibid.-

death, &c. ibid.-XXXII. Cf tre
Of retrovericiuterus, in which the
paracontefis veficæ was successfully

danger of wounding the epigatric

artery in the operation of capping fur
performed, 33, 34.-II. In which
ihe tendon of ihe biceps muscle was

the ascites, ibid.--XXXii. oi the
pundured in bleeding, 34.-IV. Of

a phonia (pasniodica, ib. XXXIV.
à child born with symptoms of ery-

Of the use of cantharides taken in
sipelas followed by gangrene, ibid. -

fubftance, &c.
v. Account of the above fpecies of Meditations of the emperor 11. Aurea as it has appeared in in-

lius autoninus, a new tranfation,
fauts at the Britith lying-in hofpi-

ta!, ibid.--VI. Case of an unusually

Memoir sur la comparison des moycos
large abfceis between the perico-

& des procedes que les Romains chi-
nzum and abdominal muscles, &c.

pioyoient dans la contruction de
ibid.-VII. Of total cxtirpation of

leurs edifices, avec ceux des peupies
the external parts of generationi, 35.


VI!, Obfervations on the use of

Memoirs of the life and writings of
opium in the vencreal disease, ibid.

John Whitehurit, F. R, S.


of Hildebrand freemar,
IX. Account of the favourbie
termination of a wound in the ltue

mach, ibid.-X. Case of suppresion

Miscellaneous warks of A. M'Donald,
of urine, in which the puncture of
the bladder in the regio pubis was

poems, aud a tragedy,
performed with success, ibid.--XI.


Modern Britons, a poem,
History of a disease in the head of the

tibia, &c. ibid. -- XII. Case of her. Monody written at Matlock,
nia femoralis, &c. 36.-XIII. Of

More money! or odcs of inftrudion to

Mr. Pitt.
abftitience, ibid. --XIV. Of a dropsy

of the ovarium, &c. ibid. --XV.O.

fervations on the effects of canıphor,
applied externally in retentiou of Arrative of facts relating to some
urine, 37.--XVI. Case of an injury tine-keepers constructed by
in the internal table of the scuit, ib. Mr. T. Mudge fur the discovery of
-XVII. Or a rupture of the corpora the longitude at sea,

cavernosa of the penis, ibid.--XVIII.

of the loss of the Grosve-
Account of a mortified hand taken nor East Indiaman,
off at the writt, ibid. --XIX. Of the Nature and estent of human realon
different species of inflammation, considered,

& Caie of inversion of Naval terce of Great Britain, a view
tlv uterus, 39.-XII, History of a of the, &c.

contraction of the tort-arm and tio- New plain dialer, No. I.

gers, &c. 40.-XX. A fingular Notes on Paine's rights of man, 332
cate of absccis of the liver, ibid. -- Novels.- Ana St. Ives, 460.- The
XXIII. Of a rupture of the bladder Either's Diary, 236.- The Carpen-
by a fall, ibw. - XIY. Gf hydro- la's Daughter of Verham Don,









1 N
ibid. - Deliceations of the Heart, niency of measuring an arch of the
472.-- Female Werter, 235.-Fre- meridian, and of the parallel of lone
derica, 472.-Generosity, 352. — gitude, having the observatory of
History of fir Geoffry Restless, 114.

Geneva for their common intersec-
--Hitory of miss Egerton, 236.- tion, ibid. Meteorological journal
Iphigenia, 114.-It is, and it is not, for 1790, 193.- Part Il. Art. VIII.
472.-Leon, a Spartan story, 2.36. –

On the rate of trayelling, as per-
The Libertine, 352.- Mary de Clif- fornied by camels; and its applica-
ford, ibid.-Romance of the Forest, tion, as a scale, to the purposes of
458.- Terentia, 352.- Vancenza, o: geography, 252.-IX. On infinite
the dangers of credulity, 208.- series, 273.-X. Account of fonie
Wanley Penfon,

114 appearances attendingthe conversion

of cast intu malleable iron, ibid.

X1. On the decompofition of fixed

air, ibid.-XII. Meteorological jour-
Bservations and remarks on a

nal, principally relating to atmo-
journey through Sicily and Cala-

spheric electricity, 274,-XIU. Far-
bria in 1791,


ther experiments relating to the
Occrfional retrospect of foreign litera-

decomposition of dephlogisticated
ture, 336, 537.-France, ibid. -

and inflammable air, ibid. --XIV.
Italy, 542.- Portugal, 545.-Ger-

Experiments on human calculi, 275.
many, 340, 545.-Holland, 343,

--XV. Chermes lacca, ibid.-XVI.
546. — Denmark, 547. — Sweden,

The longitudes of Dunkirk and Pa.
343, 547.--~-Prussia, 342, 543.

ris from Greenwich, deduced from

the triangular measurement 1787,
Ode on the proposed visit of his majes-

1788, supposing the carth to be an
ty to Exeter,

elipsoid, 276.-XVII. On the me
Odes, all the Pythian, Nemean, and

thod of determining, from the real
Ihmian of Pindar,


probabilities of life, the values of
Odyssey of Homer. See Iliad.

contingent reverfions in which three
On the prevention of crimes, and the

lives are involved in the survivorsh p,
advantages of solitary imprisonment,

ibid.—XVill. Abstract of the regif-

ter of the baronreter, thermometer,
Opinions of the philosophical reform-

and rain at Lyndon in Rutland;
ers considered,

249 with the rain in Surry and Hamp-
Owl (the), the peacock, and the dove,

Shire, for 1790, ibid. - XIX. Descrip-

tion of a simple micrometer for

measuring smail angles with the te-

lescope, ibid.-XX. A new method
Ainting and sculpture, history of, of investigating the sums of infinite
vol. I.

499 series, ibid. --XXI. Experiments and
Parduner's tale, the,

471 observations to investigate the com-
Pecrage of Scotland, tracts concerning position of Dr. James's powders, 277-

53 -XXII. Account of tome chemie
Perlius, imitation of the first satire of,

cal experiments cn tabasheer, 279.-

XXUI. A second paper on hygro-
Philosophical transactions of the royal


society of London, vol. LXXXI. Plain man's (a) thoughts on the pre-
part 1.186.--Art. I. A second paper sent price of fugar, &c.
on hygrometry, ibid.-II. On the Pleasures of memory,
production of ambergris, 188.-III. Poems on varinus occasions,

Observations on the affinity between miscellaneous and humourous,
bafaltes and granite.-IV. Nebulcus
stars properly sncalled. - V.Abstract -(two), on the sultan Abdul Ach:
of a register of the barometer, ther- m-t, and the hatter's tale, 235
mometer, and rain, at Lyndon in - on several occasions,

Rutland; with the rain in Hamp- Poetical opiftic from the queen of
Mire and Surry, fur 1739, 191.-Ví. France to the emperor Leopold 1.
Oblervatious on certam horny ere

crefcences of the human body, 192. Poetical Extra&ts. From Abelard to
VII, Confiderations on the conve- Eloisa, 470.---The Baviad, 194 to
extranešus foslils of Switzerland, 3.
Review of public affairs, from January III. Observations on the phalæna
to May 1792. North America, 570. bombyx lubricipeda, and some other
Welt Indies, ibid. – Sandwich





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196.-Enthusiasm of genius, 1I1.- Islands, Otaheite, New Holland, Ealt
E tray on principles of translation, Indies, Africa, 571.- Russia, Poland,
292, 293, 296.-Female geniad, 11 3. 572, 573.--Denmark, 573, 574.-
--Feitival of beauty, ile.-Good's bialy, Spain, Portugal, Pruffia, 574.
Puems,471.-Ha loran's poems, 207, -Gerniany, Austrian Netherlands,
208. --Homer, 241 to 24, 24' to France, 575 to 580.-Britain and
249, 361 to 374, 360 to 598.--Imi- Irela di naional affairs, 580.- Par-
tation of the prayer of abei, 113.-- liamentary proceedings, 580 to 584.
Modern Britons, 468. Monody of the principal proceedings in
written at Matlock, 11 2.---More the parliament of 1784,

money, 366 to 399.--Peter Pindar's Rights of man, part II.

epistle to the cari of Lonsdale, 91.-

of citizens,

Pleasures of memory, 398 to 402.-

for man,
The pope's journey to the other Road to ruill, a comedy,
worlds, 154. 10 56.--Pythian, Ne- Roman history (the) continued from
mean, and Athnian ndes of Pindar, the second century of the Chriftian
493 to 405.-- Triumphs of friends ära to the destruction of the Greck
fhip, 234.--West's miscellaneous empire,

poems, 204 to 206.-Winter, 351,

Polaud, memoirs of the present ftate

CHOOL for scandal, or newspapers,
Pope's (the) journey to the other

a comedy,

worlds, to seek advice and alliance

Scrmons for Sunday schools, 109
against the national affeaibly of

Shrove Tuesday,


Sketch of the life and projects of John

Principles of the French contitution,

Law, comptroller-general of the fi-
nances in France,

Proceedings in parliament relative to

Speech of Henry Grattan, esq. on the

address to his majelty at the opere
the origin and progress of the war
in India,

ing of the Irish parliament, 1792,

Prusle (la) littéraire sous Frederic 11.

pour servir de continuation à l'allai Speeches of Mirabeau the elder, in the
sur la vie & le regal de ce roi, 481

national afsembly of France, 434
Public worship and instruction,


Storia della pittura, e la sculptura, da
Fugilift (the) matched,

i tempi piu antichi,

Stridures on

a pamphlet, intitled

Thoughts on the late riots at Bir.

Ueftior. (the) considered, How Substance of the report of the court of

far the pretent flourishing state directors of the Sierra Leone cum-
of the nation is to be ascribed to pany to the general court, 04. 19,
the conduct of the niiniller, 465 17,1,

Sugar, a vindication of the use of, 233

Syllabus of Christian dodrines and due

Effections on the controversial

writings of Dr. Priestiey, part I.

on cruelty to the brute cre- *HOUGHTS on the manifefto of


the French to all states and 5a.
Regal government, thoughts on the


origin and excellence of, 358

on civilization, and the
Remarks on an enquiry into the expe- gradual abolition of slavery in Afri-
diency and propriety of public or fo- ca and the West Indies,

cial worship,

231 Transactions of the Linnean fociety,
Representation from the nahob of the

vol. I. Extracts from the introduc-
Carnatic pretented to the house of tivn, 1.-II. Observations on some
conmons, March 5, 1792,


moths, 4.-IV. Descriptions of luur


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species of cypripedium, 5.-V. De- salt, 14; Table of the quantity of Icriptions of ten species of lichen, mere alkali in one hundred pounds collected in the south of Europe, ib. of different substances, 15; Concla-Vi, Sume observations on the na- fions from experiments on several tural history of the curculiv lapathi subjects, ibid. - 11. Letter from and filpha grisea, ibid.- Vli. De- Richard Kirwan, elg. on the strata scription of the stylephorus chorda. of coals, 16.-111. The origin and tus, a new fish; its generic charac- theory of the Gothic arch, ibid. ter transcribed, 6.-VIII, Descrip- IV. Account of a disease which, untion of the hirudo viridis, a new tillately,proved fatalto a great pumEnglish leech, ibid.-IX. The bota. ber of intants in the lying-in hospinical history of the canella alba, ib. Hal of Dublin, with observatives on -X. Description of the cancer itag- its causes and prevention, 16, 17; walis of Linnæus; extract froni Dr. Facts which appeared on a compaShaw's account of its apparatus for rison of the circumstances in other taking its prey, 7.-XI. On the fcf. hospitals with those of Dublin, 176 tuca spa dicza, and anthoxanthumn V. Description of a steam-engine, 18. paniculaturi of Linnæus, 8.-XII. -Vl. Use and description of a newOn the migration of certain birds, invented instrument for navigation, &c. ibid.-Extracts from the obfer- &c. ibid. --VII. Observations made vations relating to the woodcock and on the disappearance and re-appear. the water-wagtails, 9.—XIII. His- ance of Saturn's ring in 1789, &c. tory and description of a new fpe- ibid. -VIII. Account of two parcies of sucus, ibid.-XIV. Account helia observed Feb. 25, 1790, ibid. -of a singular conformation in the IX. Effay towards ascertaining the wings of fome species of moths, ), population of Ireland, 19.-X. Let10.-XV. Observations on the lan- ire de M. Pouget à M. Kirwan, sur guage of butany, 10.–XVI. Obser. les considerations produites par l'alvations on the genus of bigonia, ib. liage de l'alcool avec l'eau, ibid. -XVII. On the genus of lymplocos, Polite literature: Art. 1. Thoughts comprehending the hopea, alitonia, on the history of alphabet-writing, and ciponima, ibid.—XVIII. On the ibid. III: Brief ftrictures on certain gerus of calligonum,comprchending observations of lord Monboddo, repterococcus and pallafia, 11.

1.-XIX. fpecting the Greek censes,20.--Evils Obfervations on polypodium vreup- of polytheism on the morals of the teris, accompanied with a specimen heathens, ibid.--Antiquities: Art. 1. from Scotland, ibid.---XX. Account Account of a singular custom at Mcof a spinning limax, or flug, ibid. -- telin, with fome conjectures on the XXI. Deseriptions of three new ani. antiquity of its origin, 20.-II. Obmals found in the Pacific Ocean, ib. fervations on the description of the --XXII. Remarks on the genus ve- theatre of Saguntum, as given by ronica, ibid. --XXIII. Descriptions the dean of Alicant, 21.-II. Apof two new species of phalenæ, ibid. pendix to the memoire on the chea--XXIV. The botanical hillory of tre of Saguntum, ibid.-IV. Letter the genus of dillenia, with the addi- to the secretary to the committee of tion of several nondescript species, antiquities, ibid.-V. Memoir reibid ---XXV. The botanical history specting the antiquities of the church of trifolium alpestre, medium, and of Killolly in the county of Kila pratense, 12.-XXVI. Account of dare,

ibid. leveral plants presented to the socie. Travelling memorandums made in ty, ibid. - Account of a singular pi. a tour upon the continent of Europe, geoll, 12, 13

253 Transactions of the Royal Irish Aca- Trial between Henry Martin, esq. and

demy, for 1789. Scientific: Art. I. John Petrie, csq. for criminal conExperiments on the aikaline sub- versation with the plaintiff's wife, Atances used in bleaching, and on the

119 colouring matter o ile yarn, 13; Triumphs of friendship, the, 234 Process for decomposing common

of realong


IEW (a new and distinct) of the

W ,

ELSH freeholder's thoughts on


ftrictures on the,

232 Vindication of the Revolution society Winter; or, Howard in the shades, 350 against the calumnies of Mr. Burke, Wonders of the creation ; or contem

349 plations on the works of God, 237 of the rights of woman, Works of John Whitehurst, F. R. S. 389

151 Voyage to the South Sea, for the purpofe of conveying the bread-fruit

z. tree to the West I, dies, 374 jusqu'a Duffeldorf,

the nature of,


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