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On the property of the box-tree to make the hair grow.
Of aftone, that, like the chameleon, has the property of changing its colour,
A differtation on the furprifing degree of artificial cold, by which mercury was frozen.
New materials for making paper.
A defcription of the manner in which the Japanese make paper of the bark of
An account of an experiment lately made in France, to know if filkwould live there and work to advantage, in the open air.
The ufe of furze in fencing the banks of rivers.
Method of difcovering adulterations by lead, in wines, butter, &c.
Method of making fifb-glue.
On a durable gold colour, communicated to filver by dew, reduced into the confiftence of an extra&. An account of the method purfued fome time ago to extirpate the grubs of oakwebs, or cock-chafers.
On reftoring to life perfons drowned, or in any other manner fuffocated.
A differtation on the antiquity of glofs in windows.
The jame Jubject continued.
The art of painting on glass, not loft.
A brief account of a voyage to India, undertaken by M. Anquetil du Perron. Mr. Perron's account of the MSS. attributed to Zoroafter, and of the other works relating to the religion of the Pares.
Some account of a controverfy, now fubfifting among the learned, concerning a Suppofed-antique but at Turin.
The rife of chivalry, and the origin of jufts and tournaments.
The refemblance between the heroic and Gothie manners.
LITERARY and MISCELLANEOUS ESSAYS.
Caules of the changes in national manners.
Dr. wift's defence of the church of England, as by law established.
On the ufe of fables for inftructing children.
The horse and the olive, or war and peace.
Ode fur la préfente guerre.
To a young nobleman leaving the univerfity.
On reading Mifs Carter's poems in MS,
Beauty and fashion. A repartee.
Prologue to Florizel and Perdita
Ode for the new year 1762.
Ode for his majesty's birth-day, June 4th, 1762.
Extracted from Mr. W. Whitehead's charge to the poets.
The defcent to the vault in Clerkenwell.
Prologue upon prologues.
Mr. Foote's addrefs to the public, after a prosecution against him for a libel.
The country of famine.
The cave of famine.
Epitaph for Mrs. Meyrick, the wife of Dr. Richard Meyrick; who died in
ACCOUNT OF BOOKS for 1762.
In the PRESS, and speedily will be published,
(Elegantly printed, in Two LARGE VOLUMES Royal QUARTO, Adorned with near Two hundred PRINTS and MAPS, Beautifully and accurately engraved by the best ARTISTS, after Original Drawings)
A WORK upon a new PLAN, entituled,
N Account of the County in general, under the following Particulars;
1. Its prefent Name, and whence derived. 2. Its Situation, Boundaries, and Extent.
3. Its Rivers and Springs.
4. Its Air and Soil.
5. Its natural Productions.
7. Its civil Divifion into Hundreds; and ecclefiaftical
II. A particular Account of the prefent State of each Market Town, under the following Particulars;
1. Its prefent Name, and whence derived.
2. Its Distance from London.
3. How it is governed.
4. A Defcription of the Streets, Market-place, Guild, Churches, Publick Buildings and Schools.
5. Products and Manufactures.
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