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BURGOYNE, Gen. his Lord of the Manor, Dalton's Every Man his own Pharre
a Comic Opera,
BURNABY'S Serm, on the General Frít, David's Fast Sèrmon,
314 David's (St.) Bishop of, his Sermon,
DELAP's Royal Suppliants,
YAPPE's Serm. on the Gen. Faft, 316 De Luc's Letters, Physical and Moral,
CARRACCIOLI's Travels of Rea. concerning the History of the Earth,
son in Europe,
and of Man,
CARTWRIGHT's Letters, Moral and En. DisCOURSE on the Emigration of Birds,
CARVER's New Universal Traveller, 70 Dillon's Travels through Spain, 45
Casis on Appeals concerning the Duties DISSIPATION, a Comedy, 384
op Houses, Windows, &c.
73 Dodd's Hift. of Gibraltar, 383
CATECHISM de la Bible,
DOMINICETI's Medical Anecdotes, 392
391 DONNELLAN, Murphy's Life cf, 386
CATHOLICS. See STATE.
Gurney's Trial of, 387
Blanchard's Ditto, ib,
CHANDLER on the Eye,
Case of, by a Lawyer, ib.
CHOISEUL, Count de, his Travels through
Defence of, by Webb, &c.
Greece, Ch, vii. & viji.
CHURCHILL. See PARODY.
DUNCAN's Heads of Lecturer 393
Cicero's Orations, translated by Ruther. Dupre's Fast Sermon,
241 DUICh War, Tracts relative to 14%,
CLARK on Fevers,
308, 379, 405
Clark's Emblematical Represent. of the
Paradise of God,
CLARKE's Translation of Lorgna's Dif-
tation on Converging Series, &c. 32 ARWIG, or Old Woman's Remarks
CLARKE's Sermon on Lord George Gor-
480 EAST INDIES, Tracts rel. to 153, 308,
Cock's, Game, Directions for breeding,
69 EDAL Village,
COINS. See NOBLE.
EGLESHAM's Englih Grammar, 72
COLE Oratio de ridiculo,
ELECTRICITY. See Lyon,
COMMENTS on the Ten Commandments,
COMPANION for the Chriftian in his
395 ELLIOT's Sermon on the Death of Rule
CONSIDERATIONS preliminary to fixing ELOISA en Disabille,
The Sapplies, &c.
146 EMBLEMATICAL Reprebentation of the
in Answer to Obferu. Children of God,
on tbe Mutiny Bill,
306 ENFIELD'S Sermon on the Death of Dr.
on the Clergy acting Aikin,
in the Commission of the Peace, 380
Exercises in Elocution, 416
467 EPISTLE to the Magisterial Reviewers,
COOKI-Concio ad Clerum, &e.
EPISTLL to Veftris,
his Serm Jan. 30,
399 EPISTOLARY Treatise to Dr. Watson,
CORDINER'S Antiquities of Scotland, ut
CORNISH's Life of Firmin,
215 ERSKINE's. Differtation on Rivers and
CORRESPONDENCE with the Reviewers,
80, 160, 239, 319,400
Essays on various Subjects, 470
Coxe': Account of the Prisons, &c. in EURIPIDES translated,
382 EVERSHID's Summary View,
CRANTZ's History of the Brethren, 206 EvIAD,
CROMPTON's Pra&ice commun piaced,
311 HERETICS. See LARDNER:
Fawcet's Reign of Death, 152
HEROIC Epiftle to Madan,
to the Modern Congreve,
ELOR IZEL to Perdita,
Hints on Diseases, not cured, 394
FOREIGN LITERATURE, 298, 453, HIPPOCRATES translated,
HISTOIRE de l'Acad. des Infcrip. et Bell.
FORSTER'S Tranlation of Scheele on Lert. Vol. XL.
339 HISTORY, &c. of the 4 Inns of Court, 73
FORSTER's Fast Sermon,
477 of Jamaica and Barbadoas, 386
FRANCE. See NECKER.
of Lord North's Administra.
FRANKLIN's Translation of Lucian, 23 tion,
of Mrs. Rosemont and Sir H.
FRIENDSHIP Atrikingly exhibiced, &c, Cardigan,
389 HOLLIS. See MEMOIRS,
FULMER's Gardener's Companion, 473 Home's Clinical Experiments, IIT
Hood's Sermon at Penrith,
HORNE's Serm. on the Gen. Fast, 315
HOWARD's Aneodotes of the Baltile, 95
ARDENING. See ABERCROMBIE. HUGHES's Prize Puem,
HUMBLE Attempt to investigate the Fa.
GENLIS. See THEATRE.
ther, Son, and Holy Spirit, 313
GENEROUS Impostor, a Comedy, 144 HUMOURS of an Election,
GEOGRAPHY. See MACFAIT,
HUTCHINSON's View of Northumber.
GROMETRY, See ROSSIGNOL.
land, Vol. II.
GIBBON' Hift. of the Roman Empire, Hyder Ally's Manifesto,
Vols. II. & IIT. 223, 288, 357, 442 Hymn to Æsculapius,
GIBBONS's Select Partions of Scripture,
GIBRALTAR, Hift. of,
71 OHNSON's Lilluftration of the Revela-
GLADIATORS, an Heroic Epifle, 153
474 INQUIRY into the Influence of the
GORDON. See TRIAL.
Crown over Parliament,
GRAMMAR, Englija. See HARRISON INTRODUCTION to the Knowledge of
GRATTAN's Observ. on the Mutiny JOURNAL of the Bombay Detachment,
of First Thoughts, 389
GREENHILL's Occasional Letters, 421 IRELAND, Tracts relat. to the Politics of
199, 306, 381
ALIFAX. See REMARKS.
Hall's History of the Civil War
HAMILTON's Introduction to Merchan.
dize, Vol. II.
HANWAY's Citizen's Monitor,
KERRICH's Fort Sermons,
Seaman's Christian Friend, KEYES's Practical Bee Master,
159 KILKHAMPTON Abbey, Second Part,
HARR180N's Catholic Protestant,
Eng. Grammar, 473
HARTLEY'S Address to the Yorkihile
to the Public, 381 &c. translated,
HARVEY'S Serm. on the Gen. Fast, 316 LANDEN's Observations on Lorgna's Dile
Hayes's Poem on the Ascension, 468 sertation,
HAYLEY's Ode to Howard,
LARDNER's History of Heretics, 33
HASTER'S Remarks on Hume's Dia LASTING Peace to Europe,
159 LA TROBE's Trinition of Crantz's
HENRY's Faft Sermon,
History of the Unitus Fratrum, 206
LAMBERT's Etays on Friendships
LAUGHTON'S Progress, &c. of Christie MEMOIRS of the Imp. Acad. at Brussels
LECTURES to Lords Spiritual,
- Vol. IIT.
LEROUX's Thoughis on the Prisons, &c. - of the Royal Acad. of Inscript.
339 &c. Vol. XLI.
LETTER to Gen. Burgoyne; 65
of Thomas Hollis, Esq. 41
o to the Author of Confidera Memorial to the Sovereigns of Europe,
tions on the late Disturbances,
from Betty to Sally, 232 MINIATURE Pictures,
from Cicero to Lord Howe, 307 MISCELLANEOUS Obferv. on the Con-
from britannia to the King, 381 troverty between the Materialists and
to Lord Darnley,
ib. their opponents,
LETTERS addressed to Sir Charles Bun MONTESQUIEU's View of the English
to Count Weldereri, ib, Moore's View of Society, &c. in Itaiv,
fiom Cicero to Catiline the
MORGAN's Examination of Crawford's
Series of, addreised to the great Theory of Heat, &c.
est Politician, &c.
225 MORGAN's Faft Sermon,
from Perdita, &c. 383
and Papers on Agriculture, &c.
Moral and Entertaining, 469 ÉCKAR's State of the Finances:
LETTRES Physiques et Morales, &c.
See De Luc.
NEWCOME on the Duration of Chiift's
LOFFT's Elements of universal Law, 428 Ministry;
383 NEWTON's Faft Sermon,
Lord of the Manor, a Comic Opera, 282 New Universal Traveiler,
LUCIAN, tranNated by Dr. T. Franklin, NISBET'S Poems,
NOBLe on the Coins of Durham, 116
Lxon's Experiments, &c. relating to NOUVEAUX Memoires, de l'Acad. des Sc,
et Bell. Lett. de Berlin, Ann. 1777, 493
Ann, 1978, 505
NOUVELLE Abrégée de la Grammaire
ARTHUR's Army and Navy Gen.
BSERVATIONS on the Mutiny Bill,
MADAN's Thelyphthora, 2d Edit. 198
MADDOCK's Popish Tyranny and Cruel.
on the Riot Act, 233
on Dr, Smith's Philolo-
MANNING's Modern Improvements in phy of Phyfic,
the Practice of Phyfic,
on the Dutch Manifesto,
MARKHAM's Sermon for the West-India OGDEN's Sermon,
Old Funds fufficient for a new Loan, 227
MARRIAGE and its Vows defended, 231 O'LEARY’s Remarks on Wesley, 237
MATERIALISM. See MISCELLANE-
MATRIMONY; or the Road to Hymen,
471 ARODY on the Rosciad,
MEDICINÆ Praxeos Systema,
IA EMOIRES de l'Acad. Imperiale des Scien. PATRIOTIC Mirror,
et Bell, Lett, de Bruxelles, Vol. II. for PAUSANIAS. See PRICE,
516 PETITIon intended for the House of
de Liiterature tiré des Regis PHILANTHROPY, a Poem,
tres de l'Acad. des Infcrip, ei Bell. Lett. PHILIPPIC to the Opposition,
554 PHILOSOPHICAL Transactions, Vol.
MEMOIRS of the Royal Acad. of Sciences LXX. Part 1,
and Bell. Lett. of Berlin, for 1777, 493
Part II. 272
there for 1778, 505
- concluded, 439
Pilon's Humours of an Election,
SCHEELE's Observations and Experiments
Poem occafioned by the late Calamities, on Air, &c.
150 SCHNEBELIE's Travels,
Poems on various Subjects, 467 Scott's Serm. on the General Fait, 315
by a Lady,
468 SCRIPTURAL Meditations, 474
POETICAL Fpigie from Florizel to Per- SEAMAN's Christian Friend,
152 SELECT Tragedies of Euripides, translate
de to Madan;
SEPTEMBER, a Poem,
POLYGAMY"indefensible; *237 SERMONS by Bandinell,
, Tracts relt:ive to, 398, 228,
229, 231, 234, 236, 237
POPERY, the Man of Sin,
POSTLETHWAITE's Dicourse at Cam-
Single, 80, 239, 314, 396, 477
on the date General fatt, 314,
PRIESTLEY's Harmony of the Evange-
lifts in Englith,
8T SEWARD's Monody on Andrè,
concluded, 16F SHARP on...the legal Means of political
Letters to a Philosophical
SHERIDAN, See HEROIC EPISTLE.
PRICE, Dr. his Sermon on the General SHERLOCK's New Letters from an Enge
PRICE, Mr. his Tran Aation of Paura- Siege of Sinope,
nius's Account of the Satues, Pictures, SIMMONS on the Gonorrhea, 76
and Temples in Greete,
67 SKETCH of she Times,
PRISONS. See Coxe. See LEROUX. SMITH's Life reviewed,
158 SMITH's Polygamy indefensible, 237
SODOB and Man, Bishop of, -his Works,
Speech of the Earl of Buchan, 226
Ack's Essays, &c.
470 STATË of the British Authority in Ben-
465 Another State of the same, 382
REASON, Travels of,
of the English Catholics,
REEVE's Abridgment of the Hift. of the STILLINGFLEET's Faft Sermon, 478
Old and New Testament,
80 STRICTURES on Agricultural Societies,
REFLECTIONS on our Rupture with
308 Swift's Salivating exploded, 234
70 SWINDLER detected,
REMARKS on Dr. Halifax's Preface to SWITZERLAND, Topographical, Pictu.
ICPI pälque, Philosophical, Hiftor.cal, &c.
on the Dutch Manifefto, 379 Description of,
RICHARD'S Tour from Lón-
don to Petersburgh,
RIVERS, &c. Seé ERSKINE,
TABLEAUX Topographiques, &c. See
ROBERTS on Fevers,
ROBERTSON's Sermon in Monkwell TASKER's Select Odes of Pindar, &c. 311
398 TAYLOR's Elements of a new Meihod of
ROBINSON CRusoe, Pantomime of, 232 reasoning in Geometry,
Roe on the Small-pox,
TEMPTATION, a Poem,
ROSSIGNOL's Elements of Geometry, 312 THEATRE of Education,
ROYAL Suppliants, a Tragedy, 278 THOMAS on the Gonorrhæa, 75
RUDIMENTS of the Italian, 474 TOULMIN’s Sernion, with the Charge,
RUTHERFORD's Sermon at the Ordina &c. at Evans's Ordination, 318
tion of Mr. Rutledge,
480 TOULMIN'S Antiquity, &c. of the World,
Translation of the prin.
cipal Orations of Cicero, 241 Tour from London to Petersburgh, 70
Towers's Polygamy unscriptural, 234
TRAITS on Human Woe,
ATIRE on the present Times, 753 TRAVELS. Sce CARACCIOLI.
TRAVELS. See DILLON,
Wall's Medical Tracts,
77 See REASON,
WALPOLE's Anecdotes of Painting in TREATIES of Peace, &c. Collection of, England, Vol. IV.
182 TRIAL of Henry Bate,
WATSON. See EPISTOLARY. of Lord George Gordon, 234 WEBSTER's Medicine Praxeos Systema, TRIMMER's Introduction, &c. 68
120 TRINDER'S Essay on English Grammar, Wast-INDIIS, Account of the late Ca.
157 TURNER'S Serm. at Oxford,
Charity Sermons for the TYERS's Political Conferences, Second Sufferers chere, by the late Hurricanes, Edition,
239, 386 U.
WIST-INDIA Acet, account of the tak. ing of,
156 NITY and Public Spirit, 147 What do you call it, UNIVERSAL Week's Preparation, WILKINS’s Poems,
232 474 Wills's Remarks on Polygamy, 236 UNLAWFULNESS of Polygamy evinced, WILSON on Electricity,
7 235 WILSON, Bishop, his Works, VERSES occafioned by the Gray's Inn WINSTANLLY's Edit, of Ariftotle's PoAffociation,
470 VERTUL. See WALPOLZ,
Would as it goes,
385 VESTRIS. See EPISTLE.
WORTHINGTON's Week's Preparation, VOYAGE Pittoresque de la Grece, ch, vii.
474 and viii,
558 WYCLIFTE OD Goveramcot, New Edit.
Alis's Inquiry into the Popula-
tion of England,
P. 431, l. 13, for Indigines, . Indiging,