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Page An Account of the Influenza An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of Fevers Sylva, or the Wood Memoirs of the Literary and Philosophical Society of Manchester, concluded

86 Lord Newhaven's Address to the Public

102 A Description of certain Modes of Planting The present Politics of Ireland

105 Ramlay's Reply to personal Invectives and Objections

108 Baring's Principles of the Commutation Act

109 Heydon's New Astrology A circumstantial Narrative of the Loss of the Halsewell

113 Worthington's Discourses on various Subjects Moreton Abbey; or, the Fatal Mystery

118 Memorial relative to his Majesty's Signet Clerks

1 20 The Heiress, a Comedy

124 Knox's View of the British Empire The Exodus, a Poem

132 Letters on excessive Taxation Tafsie's Collection of Paftes and Impressions

ibid La Colere de Xantippe

139 M. Le Marquis de Langle's Voyage en Espagne

142 Frederic le Grand, or Anecdotes of the King of Pruffia 143 From the Imperial Academy of Sciences at Petersburgh 144 ΑΝΑΛΕΚΤΑ ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΑ The Errors of Innocence

ibid A Defence of Mr. Boswell's Journal

152 A Table which reduces Deals

ibid A Defence of the Appointment of Sheriffs' Brokers The Way to keep him, a Comedy

152 Memoitseor Jane Elizabeth Moore

ibid Royal Tears, ..

ibid History of a Révohrion at-Naples A Trip to Holland:..

ibid Hamilton, Lotters concerning the Northern Coast of Antrim 163 An Examination into the Hights and Duties of Jurors Mutual Deception, a Comedy Gordon's Sermons, Chevalier de Florian's Works Blizard's Desultory Reflections on Police

177 Essay on the Life and Character of Petrarch

179 MọKinnon's Essays on various Subjects Letters on excessive Taxation Proceedings of the Meeting at the Theatre in Calcutta The Recess; or, a Tale of other Times. Vols. 2 and 3 187 Criticisms on the Rolliad Lane's Reports of the Commissioners. Vol. 2 Address to the Landed, Trading and Funded Interests of England

200 Mon Bonnet Nuit, par Mr. Mercier

207 Tal om Japanska Nationen, &c. a Speech concerning the Japanese, by C. P. Thunberg

212 The

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The Novelties of a Year and a Day

The Game ters; a Novel

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The Patriad, an Heroic Poem

214

Price's Forgeries on the Bank

225

An Apology for Negro Slavery

226

Delectus Sententiarum et Historiarum

ibid

The Letter of Dion Cassius

227

Reply to the Answer to a short Essay on the Modes of Defence ibid

Letter from a distinguished English Commoner to a Peer of Ireland

228

Opposition Politics exemplified

230

'Tis all my Eye

ibid

Grant's Sermons

231

The Harmony of Law and Gospel

232

A legal Attempt to enforce the Practice of Infant Baptism 233

Free Access to God by a Mediator

234

The Character of Jelus Chrift

ibid

Eflays on Scripture Metaphors

ibid

Gillies's History of Ancient Greece

241

Anecdotes of the late Dr. Johnson

254

The Philosophical Dictionary

259

The Beauties of the British Senate

261

Reply to Sir Lucius O'Brien, Bart.

270

Florio and the Bas Bleu, two Poems

277

The Captives, a Tragedy

272

The Law's Disposal of a person's Etate

280

Discourses on Prophecy

282

Skeete's Experiments and Obfervations on Bark

The Talk, a Poem

289

Letters of Charlotte, during her Connexion with Werter 297

Tal om Japanska Nationen, &c. a Speech concerning the Japanese,

by C. P. 'Thunberg continued)

303

Johnson's Laurel

Lubin

312

A Poem on the Happiness of America

ibid

A political Sermon

313

Letters from Monf. Racine

ibid

Bibliotheca Universalis Selecta

ibid

Warrington's History of Wales

Translation of Mercier's Night Cap

332

Treatise upon the Gout

340

Murray's Edition of Gray's Poems

343

Charter's Sermons

Adair's Medical Cautions

Blanchard's Journal of his fourth Voyage

Theodosius and Arabella, a Novel

353

Holwell's Dissertations

355

Luson's Inferior Politics

Gillies's History of Ancient Greece (continued)

360

Lettre de Peysonnel

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Tal om Japanska Nationen, &c. a Speech concerning the Japanese,

by C. P. Thunberg, (concluded)

379

Two Letters addressed to the Right Honourable W. Pitt 383

- The Debate upon the establishing a Fund for the Discharge of the Na-

tional Debt

384

The present State of Great Britain confidered

ibid

An authentic Account of the Debate on the proposed Plan of Forti-

fications

385

Oblervations on Mr. Hastings's Narrative, &c.

ibid

A Letter from Warren Hastings, Esq.

386

Obíervations on the latt Debate upon the proposed Impeachment of

Mr. Hastings

387

Articles of Charge of High Crimes and Misdemeanors againit Warren
Hastings, Esq.

ibid

A Collection of Easy Sentences, from the best Latin Claffic Writers

389

The Trial of John Motherill, taken in Short Hand by Joseph Gurney

ibid
T'he Genuine Trial of John Motherill, taken in Short Hand by Mr.
Wilkinson

ibid

The Case of John Motherill, written by himself

390

The Collyrium of the Nation

391

An Ode addressed to the Society of universal Good-Will ibid

Observations concerning the Medical Virtues of Wine

392

A Letter to the Clergy of the Diocese of Chelter concerning Sunday
Schools

ibid

Sermons by J. N. Puddicombe, M. A.

393

Sunday Schools recommended, in a Sermon, by the Dean of Can.

terbury

394

Grant's Essays

402

Propriety ascertained in her Picture, &c.

407

Bozzy and Piozzi

411

Warrington's History of Wales (concluded)

413

Moore's Medical Sketches

425

Dr Cooper's Discourses

430

Duncan's Medical Commentaries. Vol. 9

433

Sketch of the Life and Government of Pope Clement XIV. 439

Report from the Select Committee, &c.

447

Hoole's Sermons

488

Wallis's Treatise on the Diseases of the Eyes

450

Narrative of the Death of Captain James Cook

453

A Chinese Fragment

454

Precis sur la Vie et les Ouvrages de François le Fort

Les Leçons de l'Histoire

459

L'Enfer des Peuples Anciens

464

Lettters written in London by an American Spy

465

Juliana, a Novel

466

A Discourse on the Use and Doctrine of Attachments

ibid

A Review of the Import and Controversy between Dr. Carrol and the

Reverend Messrs. Wharton and Hawkins.

467

An Inquiry into the Influence which inclosures have had upon the

Population of England

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Carey's

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The Blackest of these enumerated

ibid

Advice to consider maturely Mr. Hastings' Impeachment

319

The United Provinces

ibid

Change of Politics with respect to France

ibid

Dutch compared to the Thebans

ibid

Scotland

320

Objects of her Patriots

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Scotch

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Page Scotch Members in Opposition

320 Edinburgh celebrated

ibid Church of Scotland

ibid Contention concerning Patronage ended

ibid The Conduct of the Clergy celebrated

ibid The Ensign Armorial of the Church

ibid Notes to Correspondents

ibid Great Britain

395 Pitt's Mode of reducing the National Debt

ibid Payment by Taxes im politic

ibid Contrary Expedient recommended

ibid Reasoning in favour of it

ibid Increase of Revenue by Industry, beft Manner of Reducing the Debt

396 Public Sams for Encouragement of Industry abused

ibid Ms. Pitt's Scheme for liquidating the Debt will defeat itself 397 Speculations on this Subje&

ibid Scotland

398 Difilleries discussed Emigrations threatened

399 Germany

ibid King of Prussia

ibid Hoftilities threatened on his Death

ibid Turkey

400 Views of France, Russia, and Germany, upon that Country

ibid The Power of France

ibid Notes to Correspondents

ibid Impeachment of Hastings

479 The Celebrity of the Subject

ibid Arguments of his Accusers

ibid Dandass's Observations in 1782

471 Rohilla War

ibid Rajah of Benares

ibid Independency of the Rajah

ibid Hastings's Oppression of him

ibid The Patience of the Governor

ibid The Contumacy of the Rajah

ibid Severity recommended

472 Arguments For Mr. Hastings

ibid His success

ibid Compared with H-we, Bw, and K-pp-]

ibid Tried for faving India

ibid Opposition's Views when in Power

473 Fox's India Bill

ibid -Disappointment

ibid Answers concerning the Rajah

ibid His Situation fairly itated

ibid Dangerous Situation of India

474 Retrieved by Mr. Hattings

ibid His Right to call for Aids

ibid Rajah's Disaffection to the English

475 The

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