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MEMOIRS rel. to mathematics and Nelis, Abbé, his points of view
natural philosophy, vol. ix. 302. rel. to Belgic history, 530.
the problem of Molyneux, 503. of, 523. Its fisheries, and the
Nurse, remarkable instance of the
cerning the aeriform emanations person whom she had reared in
from the human body, 494. infancy, 383.
extraordinary. story concerning, OBSERVATIONS critiques et philo.
sophiques sur le Japon, 305-
ner of living at Venice, 139. OGDEN, Dr. memoirs of, 99. His
sermons vindicated by Dr. Hali:
Dr. Crawford's theory of heat Mainwaring, 100. Reply to Di.
207. Vindicated from the charge tion of the sea, &c. 508. Effects
Paris, acc. of that city in its pri-
cious effects of, 527. The best Jian, 358. Curious dialogue
method of cooking them, 528. relative to, See RUSSIAN.
manner influenced by the crown,
of the ancients, deficient present state of, 453.
fures, weights, and coins, 460.
fect of electricity in shortening
PEMBROKE, Henry Earl of, his
jurisdict. of the nobles there, and PERCIVAL, Dr. his acc. of a new
in Sicily, over their vassals, 367. method of obtaining a fixed al-
animal substances, 272.
dily conftitutions, 503.
contag. disorder among the cattle, PHEASANT, acc, of a hen, with the
PHOSPHORUS, exper, rel. to, 26€.
PILLAR of Forres described, 112. gated, 422
ROUBILIAC, his excellence in the
102. Greatly on the decline in 189.
RUSSIAN Traveller, remarkable
of, in England, not declining, RUTHAL, Thomas, Bishop of Dar-
ham, curious story of, 116.
the Lord's Prayer, 165 SAMOs, island of, antiquities
gentleman confined in, 383. tions and experiments on air and
late Earl Mareschal Keith, 112. SCHOOL, of agriculture, scheme
causes, characters, fymptoms, Schools, Popish, none at present,
SCOTLAND, remarkable places in,
for the notice of travellers, 112.
fince the union, 226-227.
sages in our common translation
of, corrected, 87.
criticisms and illustra.
The truth of the Scriptures vin-
on his pictures, 130-131. Ge broke, &c. 174. Corruptions
neral imperfection of, 183. in, accounted for, 176. Tefti-
ther testimonies, 321.
ductions of both characterised, ib. SHEEP. See Rot.
cerning ancient and modern Ini removing in safety, though da-
maged in their bottoms, 270.
tion of the Uranometer, 505.
SMALL-Pox. See Hunter.
ftory and catastrophe of, 95. cally difcuffed, 497:
STEEL. See Perret.
of the principles of progressive VetERINARIAN Academy, feheme and rotatory motion, 442.
for the eltablishment of, 417. SULZER, M. his considerations on VOYAGE-pittoresque de la Grece, the immortality of the Soul,
No. VI. 453: 497.
VOYAGES. See Har S-X, Earl of, his character, URANOMETER, descript. of, 505,
405. SWITZERLAND; firiking particu. WALTER, Profeffor, his letter to
lars relative to the natural hist. Dr. Hunter, on the veins of of, 541. Topographical views
the eye, &c. 193.
War, considered as a science, 553. SYNTIPAS, à manuscript lo én. WESLEY, Mr. harply assailed by
titled, in the French King's li an Irisa Roman Catholic, 237. brary, 557
WHEAT, mode of Jetting instead of
Jowing, in Norfolk, 418. Great TARTARs, their fimplicity of
atility of this improvement, 419. manners, &e: 449. Their Wilson, Bishop, memoirs of his grofs ignorance, 549.
Remarkable epocha TELMISSUS, ruins of, 558. The in his history, 15. Character of
atre of, 559. Medals of, ib. his writings, 1h. THERMOMETER, exper, ard obs. Wilson, Mr. his account of an relative to, 277.
extraordinary degree of cold at THUMBERG, Dr. his Journal of a
Glasgow, 275 voyage to Japan, 270.
WINE. See ZELLER. TICunas, experiments made with Witry, Abbé, concerning fofils .that poison, 267,
in the district of Tournay, 533.. TIN. See MARCI.
Wool, memoir concerning the TORFnus, the Icelandic Writer, growth and culture of, in diffe. fome account of, 115.
rent countries, 533. TOURMALINE, principles of, 495: Truti, the free discusion of, dif XEHOpgox. See MAIZEROY.
Zeller's method of discovering VEGETABLES, &c. disquisition the adulteration of Rhenish
concerning the true cause of the colours of, 511.
ZINZENDORF, Count, forms, at VENICE, state of the Drama there, ten years of age, the resolution 141.
of becoming a preacher. 213. Vesuvius, account of the great ZoffanII, his comic paintings eruption of, in August 1779,
commended, 131 268.
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