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TITLES, AUTHORS' NAMES, &c. of the Publications reviewed in this Volume.
N. B. For REMARKABLE PASSAGES, in the Criticisms and Extracts, fee the INDEX, at the End of the Volume,
BARRY'S Acc. of his Series of Pictures, &c. 400 BARTHOLOTTI Exercitatio Politico69
BAYLEY'S Entrance into the Sacred Lan-
BEAUTIES of Adminiftration,
BELLAMONT's Letter to Shelburne, 268
BLAIR's Lectures on Rhetoric, &c. 489
BLOCKHEADS, an Opera,
BowLE's Edition of Don Quixote,
ALFOUR's Philof. Differtations,
BANK of England's Vade Mecum, CALLA
BROUGHTON's Enchiridion Botanicum,538
BURTON Wood, a Novel,
ALLANDER'S Military Maxims, 247 CAPRICIOUS Lady, a Comedy, 270 CARRA's New Principles of Natural Philofophy, 72 A 2 CASSI
CLUBBE on the Venereal Disease,
concluded, COMBE's Defcript. of the Ancient Coins and Medals in Dr. Hunter's Muf. 434 COMMENTARII de Republica Batava, 79 COMMENTATIONES Philofopbica Selectiores, &c. CONSTITUTION of the States of America, 184 449
CONSTITUTIONAL Guide to the People,
CONSEQUENCES (not before adverted to) from the late Revolution, &c. 371 CONSIDERATIONS on the Treaty with America,
367 on Militias, &c. 450 COOKSON's Thoughts on Polygamy, COOMBE Wood, a Novel, Copy of a Letter found near Strawberry
CORNWALLIS's Anfwer to Clinton's
266 CORRECTOR's Remarks on his Majefty's Speech, &c.
CORRESPONDENCE with the Reviewers, 95, 192, 288, 375 COUNTRY Clergyman's Shrove-tide Gift,
90 COWLEY'S Which is the Man? A Comedy, 249 CROFT-Water, Obfervations on, 351 CULLEN'S Letter to Lord Cathcart, 546 CUMBERLAND's Myfierious Hufband, a 252 CUNNINGHAM on the Rights of Election,
89 - Vol. II. 460 CURSORY Remarks on a Fanatical Publication, 282
ALBON, Count, his Difcourfes on the Hiftory, &c, of feveral European Nations,
DANCER on the Expedition against St. Juan, 361
DARWIN. See LINNUS. DAUBENTON's Inftructions pour les Ber gers, &c. 264 DAWES on Crimes and Punishments, 66 on Supreme Power, 44T DAWSON's Neceffitarian, 388
DECUDE Epiftolar Sobre el Eftado, &c. See SILVA.
DEFENCE of the Rockingham Party, 535
DISCORSO pronunziato. See ODAZZI. DISCOURS fur l'Heftoire, le Gouvernements les Ufages, la Literature, et les Arts, &c. 582 DISNEY's Reasons for refigning his Rectory, 282 DISPUTATIONUM Academicarum Faf ciculus, &c. 164 DIVINE Institutes of Religion, &c. 550 Dossie's Memoirs of Agriculture, &c. Vol. III.
DRAPER'S Obf. on the Sentence of the Court Martial upon Gen. Murray, 269 DUNTZE's Reply, &c.
LASTICITE' de l'Eau, ELECTRICITY, Medical, ELEGANT Extracts, ELEMENTS of the Latin,
of Military Arrangement, 368 ELLIOT's Elements of Nat. Philof. 277 ELLIS's Collection of Eng. Exercises, 458 ENCHIRIDION, Botanicum, 538 ENTICK's Latin Dictionary, 188 EPISTLE, Poetical, from Mrs. Williams, 460
ERMAN and Reclam, their Hiftorical Memoirs of the French Refugees in Pruffia, 564 615
ESSAI fur la Phyfiognomic, &c. ESSAY on Chriftianity. See SIMPSON. EURIPIDES, tranflated by Wodhull, 402 EXAMINATION into the Principles of the Earl of Shelburne, 182 EXCISE-Officer's Vade Mecum, 90
FESTIVAL of Wit,
FIELD of Mars,
FIGGES'S Excife Officer's Vade Mecum,
FORSOEK Atvifa, &c.
FRAILTIES of Fashion,
-FLOWERS of Literature,
FOREIGN LITERATURE, 69, 159, 260, 351, 436, 553
FREE and Impartial Examination of the
187 HISTOIRE de l'Acad. Rogale des Sciences, 269 &c. Paris, for 1779, 625 HISTORY of William Pitt, Earl of Chatham, 309 of Difcoveries, &c. relative to 350
of Ali Bey,
and Memoirs of the Royal S.ciery of Medicine, at Paris, for the Year 553 HISTORICAL Sketch of Medicine, 466 HOGARTH, Anecdotes of,
HOLDER'S Syftem of French Syntax, 281
HOOKE. See APOLOGY.
HOUEL, M. his Travels through Sicily, 167 &c. No. 1. and II. 595
FREE's Tgrocinium in Hofpitiis Curiæ,
FRISI, Abbé, his Philof. Treatifes,
the Peace, 265 FULLERTON's Sermon before the Synod of Aberdeen,
ELLIERAND'S Poem on
GERARD's Sermons, Vol. II.
GMELIN-Hiftoire des Decouvertes fails
par divers Savans Voyageurs, &c. 350 GOUSSTER's Cofmological Syftem of Na
GRANT on the Influenza,
GUARINI's Paftor Fido tranflated, 218
to Stage Coaches, &c.
No. III. &c.
HUNTER'S Ancient Coins,
HYMN to the Sun,
IMPORTANT Debate, &c.
ENNICOTT's Sermon on the Sab
283 KERGUELEN'S Two Voyages to the Southern and Indian Seas, 636 KING's Thoughts on the Difficulties, &c. in which the Peace has involved us, 371 KNOX's Effays, Moral and Literary, new Edition, 303 ACEPEDE, Count, his General and and Particular Syftem of Natural Philofophy, 613 LANDAFF, Bifhop of, his Letter to the Archbishop of Canterbury,
431 LANDEN'S Appendix to Obfervations on 289 Converging Series, LAVATER. John GASPARD, his Elay on Phyfiognomy, &c.
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