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HAW's History of the Province of Moray,
Experiments and Obfervations on Air, Vol. II. 11
Şir David Dalrymple's Annals of Scotland,
Harmer's Obfervations on divers Paffages of Scripture,
Hamilton's Elements of the Practice of Midwifery,
Coturnius's Treatife on the Nervous Sciatica,
Clark's Obfervations on the Shoeing of Horfes,
Scarron's Comic Romance, tranflated by Dr. Goldfmith,
Melmoth's Obfervations on the NightThoughts of D.Young,64
FOREIGN LITERARY INTELLIGENCE,71,149, 235,312,395,478.
Dr. Grant's Account of the prefent Epidemic Cough, &c. ib.
Dr. Marat's Enquiry into the Nature, Caufe, and Cure of a
Wood's Strictures on the Gout,
Remarks on the different Opinions relative to the Colonies, 73
The Morality of a Citizen, in a Vifitation Sermon, ibida
Duke of Manchester's Speech against the Bill to prohibit all In-
Letter to the Author of a Pamphlet, entitled,
on the different Modes of finding Recruits for the Army," ib.
God's Controverfy with the Nations,
Human Authority in Matters of Faith, repugnant to Chrifti-
Hints and Effays, Theological and Moral,
Whitefide's Ordination Sermon, at Palgrave, in Suffolk,
Ibbetson's Difcourfes on the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper, ib.
Hallward's Sermon on the Doctrine of Faith and good Works, 77
Account of what Concern Dr. Gibbons has had in the late Tranf-
actions among the Proteftant Diffenters of Northampton, ibid.
Dr. Downman's Infancy, a Poem, Book III.
Songs, Duets, Trios,, &c. in the Duenna,
Jebb's Addrefs to the Members of the Senate at Cambridge, ibid.
Refignation no Proof. A Letter to Mr. Jebb,
Defcription des Royaulmes d'Angleterre & d'Ecoffe,
Letter to a young Nobleman fetting out on his Travels,
An exact Relation of the famous Earthquake and Eruption of
Mrs. Rudd's Cafe refpecting Mr. R. Perreau, confidered, ibid.
Dr. Burney's Hiftory of Mufic, Vol. I. 81, 185, 271, 373,-433
Dr. Price's Obfervations on the Nature of Civil Liberty, &c. 90
Reflections on the Letters of the late Earl of Chesterfield,
Dr. Mufgrave's Speculations on the Qualities of the Nerves, 105
Hiftory and Antiquities of Winchester,
Gibbon's History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Em-
Pownall's Memoir, entitled Drainage and Navigation but one
Effays relating to Agriculture and Rural Affairs,
Dr. Primatt's Differtation on the Duty of Mercy and Sin of
Dr. Afh's Complete Dictionary of the English Language, 143
Dr. Forfter's Characteres Planatarum quas in Itinere ad Infulas
Maris Auftralis collegerunt, defcripferunt, & delinearunt An-
The Rights of Great Britain afferted against the Claims of A-
Some Obfervations on a Pamphlet, entitled "The Rights of
Great Britain afferted," &c.
Remarks on the different Opinions relative to the Colonies, 152
Confiderations on the American War,
Letter from an Officer retired to his Son in Parliament, ibid.
De Tumultibus Americanis deque eorum Concitatoribus Medi-
Thoughts on the Regulations neceffary to the Appointment of
Remarks upon the Refolutions of the Houfe of Commons with
Variety. A Tale for Married People,
The Heroic Epiftle anfwered: by Lord C,
Bishop of Carlifle's Reflections on the Life and
A Plea for the Divinity of our Lord Jefus Chrift,
Serious Thoughts on the Birth of a Child,
Toplady's Scheme of Chriftian and Philofophical
Effay on Liberty and Neceffity, in Answer to Toplady,
Defcription of the County of Middlefex,
Memoirs of Maître Jacques of Savoy,
Obfervations on the Cafe of Mifs Butterfield,
Brand's (Charles) Letter to the Authors of the Crit. Review, 160
Philofophical Tranfactions, Vol. LXV. Part II.
Dr. Smith's Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth
Capell's Notes and various Readings to Shakespeare
Letters from the Duchefs de Crui and others,
Dr. Fordyce's Difcourfe on the Character and Conduct of the
Steel's Effay towards establishing the Melody and Measure of
The Origin of Printing: in two Effays,
Differtatio de Babrio, Fabularum fopearum Scriptore, 222
Dr. Hunt's Observations on the Book of Proverbs,
Poetical Epiftle from Lord Melcombe to the Earl of Bute, 229
Mifs Moore's Sir Eldred of the Bower,
Layard's Poetical Effay on Duelling,
Thistlethwaite's Prediction of Liberty,
Valentine's Day, a Mufical Drama,
A Friendly Monitor for both Rich and Poor,
Williamfon's Stenography, or Syftem of Short-hand,
Julia Benfon, or the Sufferings of Innocence,
The Rival Friends, or the Noble Recluse,
The Hufband's Refentment, or Hiftory of Lady Manchefter, 242
Curfory Obfervations upon Dr. Price's Effay on Liberty, ibid.
Honour of Parliament and Juftice of the Nation vindicated, ib.
Letter to the Noblemen, Gentlemen, &c. who have addressed his
Majesty on the Subject of the American Rebellion,
Reflections on the prefent State of the American War,
Address to the People on the Subject of the Contest between
Short View of the Hiftory of New-England Colonies, ibid.
Enquiry whether the Guilt of the prefent Civil War in America
ought to be imputed to Great Britain, or America, ibid.
The Critical Moment, on which the Salvation or Destruction of
Plan of Reconciliation between Gr. Brit. and her Colonies, ib.
A Letter to Lord George Germaine,
The Cafe of Nicholas Nugent, Efq.
Chriftian Hart's Letter to Mrs. Marg. Car. Rudd,
Dr. Chandler's Travels in Greece,
A Vindication of the Apamean Medal,
Sabbathier's Inftitutions, Manners, and Customs of the ancient
Nations, tranflated by Percival Stockdale,
Harris's (Jofeph) Treatife of Optics,
Lavolfier's Effays, Phyfical and Chymical, tranflated by Tho-
Dr. Falconer's Effay on the Water ufed in Diet at Bath, 301
Huberti Langueti, Galli, Epiftolæ ad Philippum Sydneium, 303
Dr. Forfter's Liber fingularis de Byffo Antiquorum,
Dr. Levifon's Effay on the Blood,
Tiffot's Letter to Dr. Zimmerman on the Morbus Niger, ib.
Dr. Rowley's Medical Advice for the Navy and Army,` 315
Efte's Tracts on Medical Subjects,
Reflexions on the Growth of Heathenifm among Chriftians, ib.
Two Sermons on Joy in Heaven and the Creed of Devils, 316
Letter to a Baptift Minifter at Shrewsbury,
Scott's Amwell, a defcriptive Poem,
Curfory Remarks on Dr. Price's "Obfervations," &c.
The Captive freed; or the Refcue of the Mafe,
Tears of the Foot Guards on their Departure for America, ibid.
An Answer to the Tears of the Foot Guards," &c. ibid.
Wells's Addrefs to the Genius of America,
Bedlam, a Ball, and Dr. Price's Obfervations on the Nature of
Remarks on Dr. Price's " Obfervations," &c.
Letter to Dr. Price, wherein his "Obfervations," &c. are can-
Experience preferable to Theory. An Anfwer to Dr.
Plain Queftion upon the prefent Difpute with our Colonies, ib.
Hypocrity unmasked; or a fhort Enquiry into the Religious
Subftance of a Speech in Parliament upon the State of the Na-
tion and the prefent Civil War with America, by David Hart-
Colman's Spleen; or, Ilington Spaw,
Seally's Loves of Califto and Emira,
Dr. Kearney's Lectures concerning History,
Richardfon's Appeal to the Officers of the Foot Guards,
The Ceremonial for the Trial of a Peer in Westminster Hall, 328
Johnfoniana; or a Collection of Bons Mots, &c. by Dr. John-
Bryant's New Syftem of Ancient Mythology, Vol. III. 329, 442
Letters from Italy, by an English Woman,
Bourrit's Relation of a Journey to the Glaciers, in the Duchy of
Savoy, tranflated by Charles and Frederic Davy
Dr. Rofenftein's Diseases of Children and their Remedies, tranf-
Sermons by the late Rev. Charles Peters,
Melmoth's (Courtney) Liberal Opinions, Vol. III. and IV. 383
Three Dialogues concerning Liberty,
The Honour of the Univerfity of Oxford defended,
A farther Examination of our American Measures,
A Profpect of the Confequences of the prefent Conduct of Great
A Short Appeal to the People of Great Britain,
Thoughts on the prefent State of the Poor, &c.
Obfervations on the Bill intended to be offered to Parliament,
for the better Relief and Employment of the Poor, 401
An Addrefs to the Members of Parliament on the Neceffity of
paffing an Act to confine the Proprietors of Stage Carriages,
Gilding's Breathings of Genius,
Thiftlewaite's Edwald and Ellen,
The Exhibition of Fancy, a Vifion,
The Fine Gentleman's Etiquette,
Poem: Edward and Isabella; Elegy on the Death of a Child,ibid.
Ode to Mr. Pinchbeck, upon his newly invented Candle-Snuf-
Three Weeks after Marriage, a Comedy,
Hawes's Examination of Wefley's Primitive Phyfic,
Practical Remarks on West India Diseases,