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Philosophical Transactions, Vol. LXVII. Part I.

261

Archaeologia: or Miscellaneous Tracts on Antiquity,

Wilkes's Speeches in Parliament,

183

Discourse delivered to the Students of the Royal Academy,

197

Fordyce's Address s to Young Men,

193

Palmer's Theory of Colours and Vision,

196

Fleet's Examination of Maclaine's Answer to Soame Jenyns, Esq;

Curtis's Flora Londinensis,

201

Priestley's Lectures on Oratory and Criticism,

207

Lord Abingdon's Thoughts on Burke's Letter, &c.

208

Cavallo's Treatise of Electricity,

Campbell's Sermon on the Fait Day, Dec. 12, 1776,

's Sermon before the Society for promoting Christian Knowledge in

Scotland,

Letter to Us from one of Ourselves,

ib.

Candid Truih, &c.

222

An Unconnected Whig's Address to the Public, &c.

224

Dodd's Thoughts in Prison,

226

History of Miss Temple,

The Thoughtleis Ward,

ib,

The Mutability of Human Life, &c.

ib.

The New English Theatre,

ib.

A New Poetical Tranllation of the Odes of Horace,

231

Horne's Trial,

Hitorical Memoirs of Dr. Dodd,

ib.

The Apparition, &c.

ib.

Mrs. Savage's Poems,

233

Poems for Ladies,

ib.

A Dialogue in the Shades, &c.

ib.

The Poetical Preceptor,

234

Richardfun's Hints un in improved Praélice of brewing Mali Liquors, &c. 235

Confiderations on the Game Laws, &c.

Chesterfield's Letters, (ed. 7)

237

An Argument in the Case of Ebenezer Smith Platt, &c.

ib.

Jagram's Enquiry into the Cause of the Death of the late William Scawen,

Esq; &c.

ib.

Candidates of the Society of Antigallicans,

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Philosophical Transactions, Vol. LXVII. Part I,

241

Sharp's Tract on the Law of Nature,

Rack's Mentor's Letters,

256

Archaeologia: or Miscellaneous Tracts on Antiquity,

259

Brown's Evangelical History of Jesus Christ,

263

Efsays on various Subjects, designed for young Ladies,

26%

Halhed's Translation of the Gentoo Laws,

79

Memoirs of the Academy of Inscriptions and Belles Lettres,

290

Helvetios's Treatise on Man,

293

Letters from Archbishop Herring to Mr. Duncombe,

303

Remarks on Bishop Hurd's Charge delivered to the Clergy of the Diocese of Litch-

field and Coventry, &c.

307

Brown's Principles of Gunnery investigated,

39

Sappho, a Poetic Rhapsody,

376

An Elegiac Ode, &c.

Madge's Address to Christopher Twitwit, Esq.

Memoirs of eminently pious Women,

iban

Harwood's Sermons,

Clark's Letter to Dr. Price,

312

Poeritat Epiftle to Sir Joshua Reynolds,

The Affes' Looking Glass,

ib.

Julia de Roubigné, a Tale,

The Inamorato,

Modern Sedu&tion; or Innocence betrayed,

313

Chelsum's Sermon,
Cole's Observations on the Nature and Properties of Light,

iba

Observations on Chronic Weakness,

Guy's Remedy for treating Cancerous Cases,

The Ingratitude of Infidelity,

Profer's Oeconomy of Quackery confidered,

Remarks on the ancient and present State of the Congregational Church of Nor-

folk and Suffolk,

ib.

Armitrong's Account of the Diseases incident to Children,

ib,

Efay on British Liberty,

An Examination of the Latin Accidence,

ib.

Confiderations on the present Dilpotition of the Americans,

ib,
Camplin's Sermon,

ib.

Solitude in Imprisonments; &c.

319

The Letters of Valens,

ib.

Theatrical Article,

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316

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317

318

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More Stri&tures on Thomson's Seasons,

401

Efays Moral and Literary,

411

Richardson's Differtation on Eastern Languages,

421

Cole's Observations on Light,

439

The Juftification: a Poem,

451

Fleet's Address to the Reviewers,

455

The Desolation of America; a Poem,

45T

Peyrilhe’s Differtation on Cancerous Diseases,

459

Mudge's Differtation on the Inoculated Small-Pox,

460

Simmons's Account of the Tænia, or long Tape-worm,

461

The Restoration of the King of Tanjore considered,

ib,

A Defence of Lord Pigot,

ib.

Memoirs of the Life and Writings of Samuel Foote, Esq.

ib.

Robinson's Captivity; a Poem,

462

Airs, &c. in Love finds the Way,

463

Crawford's Richmond-Hill; a Poem,

ib.

Thoughts on Licenfing Public Alehouses,

464

The Bishop of Chester's Letter to the Inhabitants of Manchester, &c, on occahon

of the late Earthquake,

iba

The Rational Conduct of the Human Mind,

465

A Prospect from Barrow-Hill, near Rochester, Staffordshire,

ib.

Soules' Method for attaining the French Language,

Carey's Rural Ramble,

466

The History of Miss Maria Barlowe,

ib.

Seventeen Hundred and Seventy-seven,

ib,

The Park,

iba

Holcroft's Elegies,

Verses on several Occasions between the Years 1712 and 1721,

ib.

Five Minutes' Refication concerning Prizes,

468

Interesting Letters of Pope Clement XIV. Vols. III. and iv.

ib,

Mortimer's Student's Pocket Dictionary,

ib.

The Grove of Barzai,

469

Thoughts on the Conduct of Dr. Dodd in his Life and Death,

ib.

The Fate of Lewellyn,

ib.

The Ciceroniad,

470

An Address to the Inhabitants of Pensylvania,

ib.

The Suspicious Lovers,

471

Correspondence,

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Theatrical Article,

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Essay on the Cause of the Dearth of Corn, &c.

501

A Treatise on the Knowledge of the Mind,

502

Histoire Generale de Provence,

503

M. de Brosses's History of the Roman Empire,

Abbot Paoletti's Elsays in Agriculture,

505

Historical Differtations on the Antiquities of Allipha,

ib.

Martial in England,

506

Differtation on the Solftitial Observations made at the Gnomon of the Cathedral of

Florence,

ib.

Discourse on the Year 1776,

ib.

Efsay on the Influence of the Moon,

507

Treatise on the principal Properties of Conic Curves,

Life of Andrew Bodenstein,

ib.

Contributions to the Art of War,

ib,

Hiftory of Queen Margaret de Valois,

508

Select Pieces and Fragments of the ancient Greek Poets,

ib.

Memoirs of the most eminent Writers of Hungary, &c.

ibu

Elements of Ancient History,

ib.

Treatise on governing Slaves,

509

Parallel between the German and French Mineral Waters,
Moreau's Principles of Morality, Politicks, &c.

ib.

Memoirs of the War in Italy, from 1733 to 1736,

519

A Di&ionary of the Origin of important Discoveries, &c.

ib.

Cyropedia,

Essays in Agriculture,

ib.

On Patriotism, &c.

SII

Account of the Revival of the Arts and Sciences in Italy,

New Experiments on the Reliftance of Fluids,

ib,
Ravaton's iz odern Practice of Surgery,
Bacher's Researches into Chronical Disorders, &c,

SI2
Durand's Theory of Surgery,

ib.

History of the Philosophical Opinions of all Ages, &c.

ib.

An Efray on Civil Economy,

ib.
Differtation on Antiseptics,

5!3

Dialogue on Alchemy,

ib.

Thoughts on Discontent,

ib.

Account of the present State of Surgery, &c.

ib,

Plan of Study for the Use of Schools,

ib.

Art of writing Latin Poetry,

514

Differtation on the Life of Longinus,

New Microscopical Observations,

Description of ihe English O&ants and Sextants,

ib,

A Specimen of Experiments relative to the Leyden Phial,

Political and Military Memoirs of Lewis XIV. and Lewis XV.

ib.
Ellay on the Progress of the Arts and Sciences under Lewis XV.

ib.

Letters newly discovered of the Marchionels de Sevigny,

'Account of ihe Efablishment of the Nitre-works, &c.

516

Essay on Despotism,

ib.

An Aalwer to the Question, &c.

ib.

Memoirs of the Political Affairs of Sweden,

519

Trellan's Miscellaneous Works,

Reflections on Suicide,

ib.

The Theatre of the World,

520

an Apology for Holidays,

ib,

Memoirs of the Abbe Terrai,

ib.
SUPPLEMENT OF ENGLISH BOOKS.

The Prospect from Malvern-Hill, a Poem,

521

Ranelagh, a Poem,

523

The Wind'or Stag, a Poem,

ib.

Pecms, by Elizabeth Fel!,

523

Bagley,

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Bagley, a Descriptive Poem,

523

An Epiftle from Shakespeare to his Countrymen,

ib.

The Saints, a Satire,

ib.

The Quaker, a Comic Opera,

524

The Sheep. Shearing, a Dramatic Paftoral,

ib.

A Fairy Tale,

ibi

April-Day, a Burletta,

525

The Trifler,

ib.

The History of Amelia Harcourt, &c.

ib.

The Princess of Cleeves,

ib.

History of Eliza Warwick,

ibe

Memoirs of the Marchioness de Louvoi,

526

History of the Curate of Carnan,

iba

The History of Edward Prince of Wales,

ib.

History of Melinda Harley,

527

Cullen's first Lines of the Practice of Physick,

ib.
Douglass's Elements of Euclid,

ib.
Hadley's Introductory Grammatical Remarks on the PerGan Language,
Wilson's Treatise on the forcing of early Fruits,

ib,
Wimpey's Letters concerning Liberty, &c.

ib.

Letters to the united States of America,

The Nautical Almanack,

529

A Treatise on the Nature and Quality of the Diseases of the Liver, &c.

Ward's modern System of Natural Hiftory,

Supplement to the Life of David Hume, Efq;.

ib.

Inquiry into Facts and Observations, &c.

530
A Sketch of the Life, &c. of the Re. Hon. & Rev. R. Trevor,

ib.
Catalogue of the Manuscripts in the Cottonian Library,

ib.

Anecdotes of the Emperor Joseph II.

ib,

Martya's Supplement, &c.

531

A Key to the Lottery 1???,

ib.

Baretii's Discourse on Shakespear, &c.

ib.
Luttrel's Bill, &c.

537
Comber's Treatise of Laws, &c.

ib.

Account of the Martyrs at Smyrna,

533

Pownall's Topographical Description, &c.

ib.

Reflections on the present Combination of the American Colonies, &c.

ib

Remarks on an intended Bill for the Relief of the Poor,

ib.

A Letter to the Englif Nation, &c.

Remarks on the Evidence, &c.

ib,

Conhderations addreffed to all Perłons of Property in Great Britain,

ib.

Benections on our prefent Critical Situation,

ib.

Tbe Case of the Commissary General of Provisions, &c.

ib.

Loft's Observations on Mr. Welley's second Calin Addiess, &c.

Pyle's Sermons on the Good Samaritan, &c.

535

Zeal in Religion defended,

ib,

Fawcett's candid Reflections on the Trinity,

Thomas's Letters to ihe Rev. Thomas Coke,

ib.

The Neceflity of Divine Revelation,

ib.

A general Index of Authors Names, Title-pages, and remarkable Passages. 537
A Recapitulatory Catalogue of the Titles of Books and Pamphlets, contained in

the Volume ; clasically and alphabetically arranged: with References to the
Keview of the Month, in woich they are severally mentioned.

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