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Dr. Priestley's Rudiments of the English Grammar tos

Dr. Whytes Observations on the Dropfy in the Brain 106

Dr. Hulme's Libellus de Natura, Caufa, Curationeque Scorbuti 112

Holdsworth’s Remarks and Differtations on Virgil, concluded 114

Lord Herbert's Dialogue between a Tutor and his Pupil, con-

cluded

The great Probability of a North-West Paffage

132

Dr. Sharpe's Origin and Structure of the Greek Tongue 137

An Account of Denmark

Lester co the Earl of Shelburne, on the fatal Confequences of

fuffering the French to invade Corfica

145

Letter to the Earl of Hilllborough on the Necessity of revoking
the Prohibition of Commerce with Corfica

ibid.

The important Advantages to the Power, &c. of Great Britain,

that would result from our Protection of Corfica

146

A Lecture on moving Figures

ibid.
The Conduct of Ralph Hodgson, Erg. in the Affair of the Coal.
heavers, &c.

ibid.

A full and impartial View of the Trial of Donald Maclane 147

Speech of Mr. George Johnstone in the General Court of the Pro-
prietors of East India Stock

ibid.

Farnaby illustrated

148

Parsons's Epitome of Grammar

149

Seally's Universal Tutor

ibid.

Bellecour's Academy of Play

ibid.

Ward's Remarks on a late Differtation on Head-drefs 150

Salvage's Dialogue concerning the Practice of Wrecking ibid.

The Judgment of Paris, an English Burletta

ibid.

Cordwell's New System of Physic

ibid.

Letter to Mr. Daniel Sutton, on the dreadful Consequences that

must attend the present and future Generations, if his Method

of Inoculation fhould become univerfal

152

Mauclerc's Nomenclatura Critica Morborum Ocularium ibid.

The Joys of Hymen, a Poem

libid.

Four Pastorals, by T. S. Esq.

ibid.

Letter to the Author of a Pamphlet intitled, “ Pietas Oxonien-

sis"

154

Defence of the Doubts concerning the Authenticity of the last
Publication of the Confessional, &c.

ibid.

Roe's Serious Important Lester to the Bishops and Clergy of the

Church of England

155

Roe's Pertinent and Curious Letter, in favour of a Revisal and

Amendment of our Liturgy

ibid.

Penn's Exposition of the Church Catechifin

156

Dr. Priefley's Catechism

ibid.

Enfield's Sermons

ibid.

Bishop of Landaff's Sermon before the Society for the Propagation

of the Gospel in Foreign Parts

157

Dr. Chauncy's Remarks on the Bishop of Landaf's Sermon 158

Livingston's Letter to the Bishop of Landaff, occafioned by some

Pallages in his Lordhip's Sermon

160

The Grecian Orders of Architecture delineated and explained

: froin the Antiquities of Athens, concluded

162

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Dr. Lind's Effay on Diseases incidental to Europeans in hot clicca

mates

Memoirs of Corsica

Philofopbical Essays

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are 1781

Dow's History of Hindoftan, continued

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Dowoman's Land of the Muses, with other Poems

Merrick's Annotations on the Psalms

Iss, 1981

Gayton's Festivous Notes on the History of Don Quixote

203

The Visiting-Day, a Novel

206

The Adventures of Mifs Beverly

209

Pownall's Administration of the Colonies, 4th Edit.

213

Engraving

219

Dr. Tiffot's Essay on Diseases incidental to literary and sedentary

Persons
Dr. Denman's Essays on the Puerperal Fever

1,1104 224

Remarks on Dr. Warner's Account of the Gout

Ingram's Enquiry into the Origin and Nature of Magnesa Alba 227

The Caricatura, or Battle of the Butts

ibid.

The Advantages of the Liberty of the Press

ibid.

A feasonable Letter on the Treaty with Nizam Allee Kawn 228

Pearch's Collection of Poems

229

Conftantia, an Elegy

ibid.

Poverty, a Poem

230

* Baretti's Appendix to the Account of Italy

ibid.

Kenrick's Epistle to James Boswell, Esq.

232

Cornaro's Discourses on a fober and temperate Life ibid.

Jones's Introduction to an Hieroglyphic Language

233

The History of Chess

Muller's History of Monarchies and States prior to the Christian
1 Æra

ibid.
Costard's Conjectures on a Passage in Homer

234

Remarks upon the Second and Third of Three Letters concerning

the Confessional

236

An Answer to Letters concerning Confessions of Faith, &c. 238

Harwood's Doctrine of Rredestination exposed

239

Thę Alarum

ibid.

Harrison's Sermon

240

Franklin's Sermon

ibid.
Whitaker's two Sermons

ibid.

Dow's History of Hindoftan, concluded,

241

Bowman's Review of the Doctrines of the Reformation,

251

The Grand Instructions to the Commissioners appointed to frame

a new Code of Laws for the Rullan Empire,

262

Rousseau's Thoughts on different Subjects

272

Gooch's Practical Treatise on Wounds, and other Chirurgical

Şubjects

277

A new and correct Edition of the Book of Common Prayer, &c. 281

Memoirs of the House of Brandenburg

2:86

Specimen of an Etimological Vocabulary, &c.

297

Poce's General Remarks on Fractures and Difocations 299

The present State of the Nation, particularly, with refpect to its

Trade, Finances, &c,

303

Nedham's Excellency of a Free State

311

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Ellynge's Manner of holding Parliaments in England

311

A Letter to William Beckford, Esq.

The Life and Adventures of Sir Bartholomew Sapkull, Bart. ib.

The Test of Friendship: or, the History of Lord George B.

and Sir Harry Acton, Bart.

ibid.

The affecting History of two young Gentlewomen, who were
to ruined by their excessive Attachment to the Amusements of
the Town, -733 ...,

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Miscellaneous Poems, written by a Lady

314

Monody to the Memory of a young Lady who died in Child

„bed,

to the Memory of a

314

Lloyd's Powers of the Pen, a Poem, second Edition, ibid.

The Prisoner ; an Epiftle to J. B. Esq.

315

Modern Gallantry; or, the new Art of Love

ibid.

Mormo, the British Hero; or the Mansion-house in Labour 316

Elphinston's Verses, English, French, and Latin, presented to

o the King of Denmark

A short Treatise on the Origin of Masquerades

ibid.

Ą Treatise

upon

the Culture of Peach-trees

317

Rural Elegance displayed, in a Description of Cornwall, Devona
Thire, Dorsetshire, and Somersetshire

ibid.
A true and genuine Narrative of Mr. and Mrs. Tenduçci ibid.
The Indi&tment, Trial, and Sentence of Meff. T-SK-, A-W

B-n, and R-M-n, before the Associate Synod ibid.

Pietas Oxonienfis ; or, a full and imparcial Account of the Ex= 1

pulfion of fix Students from St. Edmund Hall, Oxford, second

Edit.

318

Wallin's Lectures on primitive Christianity

ibid.

Aanbevortes By ayon: an Essay on the F.pift. to the Romans 319

Dr. Law's Sermon on the Death of Dr. Bland

320

Dr. Dodd's Sermon on the Inconsistency of Popery with the na-
tural Rights of Men

ibid.

Capell's Edition of Mr. William Shakespeare his Comedies, Hi-

itories, and Tragedies

321

Sharp's Remarks on several very important Prophecies

333

Continued Corruption, standing Armies, &c. considered

338

An Enquiry into the Origin of the Discoveries attributed to the

Moderns

341

Another Traveller

348 "

The New Clarissa

355

The Captain in Love, a Novel

360

An Effay on Woman iniz)

364

The Complete Farmer: or, a general Dictionary of Husbandry

si 367

The Man of forty Crowns" <!!110» I wilang con

-376

Coleman's Translation of the Comedies of Terence, second Edi-

tion's

375

The Point of Honour, a Novel saman

376

The Orphan Daughters

* ibid.

Memoirs of Lady Tonguepad, and Juliana Clacket ibid.

Curtain Lectures; or Matrimonial Misery displayed ibid.

Corsica, an Ode

Arts Manufactures, and Commerce: a Poem

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Tousey's Flights to Helicon

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Poems on several Subjects

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The Masquerade, a Poem

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An irregular Balladistical Ode, in Commemoration of the Refolu-

9tion of the C-mm-n Cl of London to invite the King of

c Denmark to dine with the Lord M-r, '&c. &c. 1382

A poetical Epitle to Lord M

383

A Letter to William, Lord Mansfield, on fome Proceedings a.

gainft the Publishers of the extraordinary North Briton N IV.

ibid.

The extraordinary Case of William Penrice, late Deputy-Mar-

"Thal or Upper Turnkey of the King's Bench Prison.ibid.

An Extract of a remarkable and spirited Speech upon Loyalty,
Liberty, Patriotism, and Laws, &c.

ibid.

The conftitutional Right of the Legislature of Great Britain to

tax the Colonies in America, impartially stated

384

A short Account of that Part of Africa inhabited by the Negroes,

&c.

ibid.

Remarks on a Book, intitled, A short History of Barbadoes ib.

Beatty's Journal of a two Months Tour, for promoting Religion

among the Frontier Inhabitants of Pennsylvania, &c. 385

A Letter to his Excellency Count , on Poetry, Painting,

and Sculpture

387

The Royal Garland, a new occasional Interlude

388

The Padlock, a comic Opera

ibid.

Matrimony

ibid.

A Letter from a Citizen of London to a Friend in the Country,

on the Debates relative to the Distribution of certain Tickets

for the King of Denmark's Masquerade

ibid.

A Letter to John Day, Esq. Mayor of Norwich

389

Insolvency, with Observations concerning the same

A new Baronetage of England

ibid.

Chronology; or a concise View of the Annals of England 390

Dr. Nowell's Answer to a Pamphlet, intitled, Pietas Oxonienfis

ibid,

A brief Defence of the divine Institution of the Episcopal Order,

&c.

ibid.

Two anniversary Discourses

The Jesuit detected

A Defence of the Doctrines of sovereign Grace -

? 3922

Gillies? Devotional

Two Discourses on the Spirit and Evidences of Christianity 393

nad Exercises on the New Teftament

Dr. Witherspoon's Practical Discourses on the leading Truths of

the Gospel

13940

Sermons

395

Dr. Conder's Sermon at the Ordination of the Rev. Mr. Joseph !

Saunders

PX" 2.14 396)

England's Warning-Piece

ibid.

Dr. Hill's Method of curing the Jaundice, &c. by the Herb A..
grimony

ibid.

X Polypody

398

Hardy's Translation of Scherfer's Treatise on the Emendation of

Diopţrical Telescopes

ibid.

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Bird's Method of constructing Mural Quadrants

399

An Enquiry into the Origin of the Discoveries attributed to the

Moderns, concluded

401

Doflie's Memoirs of Agriculture, &c. Vol. I.

415

The Fruit-Gardener

Anecdotes of British Topography

422

Letters concerning the present State of the French Nation

433

Two Grammatical Essays

Warden's Syfem of revealed Religion

The Exemplar

Voltaire's Letters to the Prince of *****

449

The Modern Wife. A Novel

452

Lewis's Patriot King displayed

Free Examination of the Methods employed to prevent the

Growth of Popery

465

Fanch's Sermons

466

Abridgement of Du Moulin's Treatise on Peace of Soul, &c. 467

Application to the Public in Behalf of a respectful Address to
Parliament for Redress of religious Grievances

ibid.

Concio ad Clerum. Auctore Roberto Sumner

468

Mc.Carthy's Justice and Reason faithful Guides to Truth ibid.

Letter from a Lady to the Bishop of London

ibid.

The Contrast

469

Strictures on Dr. Nowell's Answer to the Pietas Oxonienfis 'ib.
Jenner's Destruction of Nineveh. A Poem

ib.

Paradise. A Poem

470

Verses in Memory of a Lady

Howard's Conquest of Quebec. A Poem

472

The Complaint of Liberty. A Poem

ibid.

Plain Truth in plain English. A Satire

473

Corruption. A Satire

ibid.

A Charge to Englishmen, fecond Edition

474

The Grenada Planter

ibid.

Canning's Letter to the Earl of Hillsborough, zd Edit. 475

Enquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Disputes between the

British Colonies in America and the Mother-Country ibid.

Case of Great Britain and America

Ryland's easy Introduction to Mechanics, &c.

ibid.

Ball's new compendious Dispensatory

477

Geach's Reply to Dr. Saunders, on the Dispute concerning De

vonshire Cyder

478

A Treatise in Fevers, Small-Pox, and Measles, &c. ibid.

on the Tooth-ach

479

Coblerania; or, the Cobler's Medley

ibid.

Extract from Condamine’s Observation in a Tour to Italy ibid.

Confiderat. on Proceedings by Information and Attachment ib.

Letter to the Author of a Letter from a Citiz. of Lond. &c. 480

The Case of Anne and Isaac Scott, Bankrupts

ibid.

The fundamental Constitution, &c. of a licenced Lutheran

Church, &c.

ibid.

The Hypocrite. A Comedy

ibid.

THE

ibid.

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