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TITLES, AUTHORS NAMES, &c. of the Publis cations reviewed in this Volume.
N. B. For REMARKABLE PASSAGES, in the Extracts, fee the INDEX, at the End of the Volume.
For the CONTENTS of the FOREIGN Articles, in the Appendix, fee the laft Page of this Table.
BSCESS. See CLARE.
ABSTRACTS. See CHATHAM
ADDINGTON on Afflictions,
ADDRESS to the Lords of the Admiralty,
to the Hon. Auguftus Keppel,
BERINGTON's Letter to Fordyce,
BLACKBURNE, Mr. Catalogue of Plants
BRISTOL, Earl of, his Speech,
AMERICAN Controverfy, 64, 316, 320
236 C CALIFORNIA, Voyage to,
ANSTY's Paraphrafe on St. Paul,
other Pamphlets on the fame
CANDID and impartial Narrative of the Fleet under Lord Howe, 70 CARTWRIGHT, Mrs. her Memoirs of Lady Audley, 240 Rev. Mr. his Prince of
APOLLONIUS Pergæus tranflated,
CARVER's Travels in North America, 90 concluded, 281
AYECOUGH's Letters concerning France
ACHMAIR on the Revelation, 327
BABAMAULD, MER, Iher Leffons for CHARI, Abbé, his Voyage to Califor
CASSETTE Verte, &c.
398 ELEGY on the Death of a young Gentleof Dr. Langhorne, 395
CHATHAM, Earl of, Abstracts of two
CHESTER. See PORTEUS.
ELLIS's Translation of Aristotle on Go
CLARE on the Cure of Abfceffes by Cauftic, &c.
ELSTOB's Trip to Kilkenny,
EPISTLE from the Rector of St. Anne, to the Vicar of Rochdale,
to Admiral Keppel, 163 from Edward,
231 ERSKINE'S Translation of Gaubius's Pathology, 391 on the Spirit of Popery, 404 ESSAY on bleeding in Pregnancy, 159 on the Toleration of Papifts, 243 on the Immateriality, &c. of the 289
on the Simplicity of Truth, 326 EVANSON, Mr. Publications relative to his Perfecution,
EVANS's Sermon against Popery, 80
builder, EVELYN'S Terra, new Edit. EXAMINATION of the Northern Expe. dition,
EXETER, Bifhop of, his Sermon on Jan.
FAWCETT's Advice to Youth,
FEY Joo's Six Effaye,
DE COURCY's Letter to a Perfon in declining Health, FIELDING's Comedy, The Fathers, 56 DEFENCE of the Clergy of the Church FORDYCE's Sermon against Popery, 248 of Scotland, 404 FOREIGN Literature, 136, 303, 388 DELIBERATION, 155 FORREST's Voyage to New Guinea, 264 DELINEATION, a Poem, FORMULE Medicamentorum Selectæ, DERBYSHIRE, Wonders of, DIALOGUES on innate Principles, 333 DIMSDALE, Baron, his Remarks on Lettfom's Letter to Sir R. Barker, 319 DISCONSOLATE Widow, a Tale, 163 DISCOURSE previous to a Day of Humi liation, 245 DISSENTERS Bill, Pamphlets relative 403, 404
Fax's Select Prescriptions,
ARTH. See WHITEHURST.
tive to, EGYPTIAN Grammar,
GAUBIUS's Pathology tranflated,