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JUSTICIARY, courts of, in Scot- Mentelle's treatise on the sphere,
MESSIER, M. his astronomical
account of him and his discove. Tillington, concerning a remark-
able phenomenon in the Derby-
fhire mines, 46.
mon bravery, 260.
Orban, 542. His litileness in on the communication of motion
accounts of, 45.
discovery of the longitude, tried in Arabia and the East Indies
at the papal court, 186.
Cæsarian section, 74.
Ireland, pleasant story of, 11, the Ephemerides, 529.
Music, French, observations on,
35. Degrees and distinctions
Naxos, ancient and present
an improved method of tan- marks relacive to, 208.
NEWS-PAPERS, apology for their
to the public, refulting from and
NEWTON, Sir Isaac, panegyrical
gardening, 9. Curs his park ries in philofophy, &c. 533•
into the form of a thistle, ib. NINEVEH, remains of, 310.
ftate of, 509.
Poor man's prayer, 461.
and where found, 517. POPERY, in Ireland, less malig-
Tracts relative to the tole-
the LXX. translated into Syriac, 243.
Price, Dr. his friendly contest
ftrictures on the Bishop of Lon-
division of, as a substitute for Priestcraft, curious story of.
dotes relative to the history and
PRUSSIA, King of, celebrates Vol.
passed on him by the court-mar- difinterested and generous con.
kind of, 199. Cure of, 200. astronomy, 529.
PYTHAGORAS, account of his
PYROMETER. See De Luc.
on the tendency of, 72. RATTLE-SNAKE, wonderful story
tive to what he saw in that coun- REDEMPTION, of mankind, Mr.
Search's scheme of, 432.
natural, new and cu- answered, 561.
an historian, 270. Censured,
on the arithmetic of impoffible of his character, 137. "Speci-
men of his memoirs of himself,
generally characterised, 123. Of His last words, 141. His tomb
and monument, 142,
SURAT, account of the inhabis
tants of, 305.
SWISSERLAND, sketches of, 3435
sal gemmæ of Cordova, 555. the late conquest and restora-
tion of, 293-300.
TANNING of leather, new method
225. How treuted, 227. TAYLOR, the water post, his
Dr. Stu- the great eater, 261.
TENERIFFE, pike of, curious ex-
the summit of, 154.
Ticho-BRAHE, his astronomical
tion of the women of that island,
the farming business, 180. Tintern Abbey, some account
count of royal ordinances rela.
case of delivery in childbirth, Traité de la sphere, &c. 313.
TRELAWNEY, Rev. Sir Harry, his
Witticisms on, ibi
Trinity, Mr. Search's explica-
tion of, 486.
xious to the Irish, 191.
VANDIWASH, battle of, describ-
VERBAL criticism vindicated, 375.
tive to, , 257
VITET's dispensatory of Lyons, WINEPREDE's Well, description 313.
of, 32. Qualities of the wa. VOLTAIRE, M. de, celebrated by
ters, 195 the King of Prussia, 67. His WINKLEHA A K, M. his account of life and conduct generally ami. methods to recover persons apable, 68. Vaft diversity of luis parently drowned, 566. talents, 69, 144. His merit as WHITE, Dr. his experiments on an hiitorian, 269.
air, and the different kinds of W.
upon WALES, antiquities found in, Women, highly reverenced by the 33.
Ancient musical ejia- ancient Germans, 16. blishments in, 35.
- their cruel vafsalage in WALTHERUS, the first astronomer
ancient Greece, 454.
Their who used clocks for the mea. rights of inheritance among the furement of time, 529.
Greeks, Arabs, and Romans, WATCH. See LE ROY.
455. Women of Naxos de WILSON, Mr. his experiments, fcribed, 510. Of Tenos, 511.
&c. on conductors for lightning, Wood, Nicolas, the great eater, 415. His letter to the Royal
261. Academy of Berlin, concerning Worcester, Marquis of, his ex. fome new properties of light, traordinary retirement in Wens, 513
ley Dale, 258.
ERRA TA in this V OLUM E.
17, 1. 6 from bottom, for raisoneé, r. raisonné.
tunities are likewise embraced.
del. the Viaticum. 355, par. 3, 1. 9, for he advances, r, he produces. - 365, par. 2, for practice of statuary, r. practice of the art of
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