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LISRARI

NEW YORK

SUMMARY OF THE CONTENTS.

The Articles distinguished by an Asterisk * were never before

Printed.
Page 2. Intelligence Extraordinary of the Ghost in

Cock-LANE from Foreign Parts, Ireland, and Scot-
land, with Home News, and an Extract from the
Ghost's Catechism, containing Mr. Ms. Belief, with an

Epigram on the delay of the Poem called The Author.
P. 7. Letter on the INFLUENZA prevailing in the year

1762, concluding with a PANACÆ A for that and all

other distempers, attested by a MedicAL CASE.

P. 14. A hafty jxercb of the Politics of the year 1762.

P. 18. A North BRITAIN EXTRAORDINARY, June 4,

1762, the Birth-day of His Majesty,

✓ P. 26. Tue AUDITUR EX EXAURDI NARY, October, 30,

1762,

P. 33. The North BRITAIN and AUDITOR COM-

PARED: Separate lists of Great Persons praised or

abused in each Paper, concluding with a PEEP INTO

FUTURITY, distinguishing the several characters by

CHALK or CHARCOAL.

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PROSE

ON SEVERAL OCCASIONS.

THE GHOST IN COCK-LASE

Saturday, February 13, 1;62.

INTELLIGENCE EXTRAORDINARY.

FOREIGN AFFAIRS.
Puris. "HERE have been latziy bek, a tze

Rue de Coq, several extrux: 1
justice, at which some of the chief serious in

nation have afifted; and what is exone, markable, a Protestant Clergymnan has vs may nistered more than Extreme Créon to oft. From the Paris A-la-mein. 71. Several of the Jesuits who were eze n this country have gone over to Eagland

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REGULATING

Page 42. Letter dated April, 19, 1762, from a Member

of Parliament, on the BILL FOR

FRANKS.
P. 47. Letter from Crispinus SCRIBLERUS, on the

Poems of a Journeyman Shoemaker.
P.

50. Letter on the Bottle CONJURER, occasioned
by a passage in * M. D'Eon's Letters to the Duc de
Nivernois.

quand l'heure prefixe
Changea Madame a Monsieur Conculix.

Voltaire's PUCILLE.
P. 53. Letter from Ay and No.
P. 55. INTELLIGENCE EXTRAORDINARY of the first

performance of Mr. Lloyd's Comick Opera of The

Capricious Lovers, with specimens of the Airs.
P. 59. Notes on, the Preface to Johnson's Shakespeare.
V P. 65. Notes continued:
P. 69. Letter from CHRISTOPHER DENNis, containing

Observations on coine of Foungon's Notes on the Play of

Henry the FIFTH.:
P. 77. Letter front CAPTAIN:Nose: concluding with a

List of Passengers by Hyde-Park Corner, Thursday,

March 19, 1767
P. 80. Letter controverting Dr. Browne’s Fâtimate of the

Manners and Principles of the Times, substituting Pro-
DIGALITY for EFFEMINACY. Original Letter from
the Earl of P-

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