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INDEX to the Effays, Differtations, Tranf
actions, and hiftorical Paffages, 1762.

See also the CONTENTS of each Month.

See the Index to the Occurrences at the

484. his letter to the French
commandant with the an-
fwer
485
Analysis of the war 457
Anatomy, its commencement

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303
304

BBAS, the Hermit, his
ftory.
72
Abel, death of, a poem 26
Acts for regulating the militia
155. for fupplying the city
of London with fifh 165. for
amending the militia bill
225. for laying a duty on
windows
352.
for preferving the game 191
Addfeffes, the city's, on taking
Martinico 179. on taking
the Havannab 463. of the
Houfe of Peers of Ireland
223. to the people in favour
of the m-y 429. of middle
aged batchelors 543. to the
commiffioners of turnpikes
on the badness of roads 562.
form of one' for ftock-job-
bers 536. of the Lords and.
Commons 625-6-7-8. of
the convocation of Canter-
bury 628. of the Proteftant
diffenting minifters 629. of
the county of Norfolk ib.
Addifon's letter to a lady on a

Anfon, Ld, his life
The Answerer
The Annexer
Apparition, remarkable one at
Woodstock 63, notions about
them confidered 83. another
in Kent
114
Artaxerxes, a new opera 66
Armies, fickness among the
French 290. Spanish enter
Por tugal
ib.
Army and navy, how to be re-
cruited

35

Articles of peace as laid before
parliament
569
Articles of capitulation for
Fort Royal 127. for Marti
nico 162. for St Peters in
Martinico
162
Affize meeting, a toaft refused

very delicate fubject 180
Admirals, their number unu-
fual 77. not to have pay till
upon flag
161

114

Ark, its virtues

Advertisement, a literary one Atterbury, his opinion of Becafe, 400, in fine gouty

71

about printing the Vatican
catalogue
252
Almena, her ftory
Anigmatical character 181
Agents to the militia forces 36
Air, diftemperature of it 231
Albermarle, La, his account of

109

taking the Havannab 459.
articles of capitulation 460.
ftate of the garrifon, &c.463
Alehoufe, a fcene at one 413
Amyand and co. a forgery up-
on them for tocol.
395
Amballador, Spanish, his com-
plaint against the British
court 13. Lord Egremont's
reply
14
Amboyna, barbarities com-
mitted there by the Dutch 311
American Indian's opinion of an
earthquake
115
Amber, Le Col, his account
of retaking Newfoundland

Bark, its efficacy in the fore-
throat
615
Ball of fire feen in Dorfetfire
562
Bafque-Road, an attempt to
burn the English there 8
Barometers, an improvement
propofed
33
Bas-relief, an account of one
by M. Bartoli
Battles at Chemnitz 289. of
Buckerfdorf 383. of Bonafort
384. of Jobannifberg 443.
of Bucker Mubl 497. of
Ratts 547. of Freyberg ib
Bath waters, Linden's account
of them 193. obelifk there
in memory of the late Pr.
of Wales
500
Bears in Change-alley, what 19
Behmen's philofophy grounded
on electricity is 177
Bengal attacked by the Dutch 3
Bible

end of this Index.

435 his reafons for being
fatisfied with it 436. ftock-
jobbers, &c. againft itib
inconfiftencies of the Mo-
nitor 474. fham articles of
impeachment againft Lord
Be 475. ftory of a con-
verfation with his fon 475.
difcredited ib. on the expe-
dition to the Havannab 477.
his juftification of the itory
of Lord B-te's fon 479
weakness of his arguments
expofed 491. on the non-
importance of our conquefts
531 review of the com-
mercial value of Canada 533.
continued 534. defence of
the preliminaries $78. ori-
gin of the principles of Whig
and Tory 582. lofs of the
French by the preliminaries
582. a defcription of Florida
1585
Auto de fe, a fermon upon it
256
Auftria, her unnatural allian-

ces

76
Authentic papers relative to
the rupture with Spain 173

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INDEX to the Effays, &c.

Bible, paffages in it explained Campaign opened in Saxony &
61,2,3-70-161-195 Weftphalia
236
Bill to remedy the fcarcity of Capitulation of Fort Royal 127
Carolina, S. hemp profitable

filver coin.

32

there

8

cattle

3

Carrots, their ufe in feeding
260
Caffembugar, foldiers inlifted
there for the Dutch
Catalogue of the Vatican 252
Ceremonies omitted at the o-
pening the convention with
France
432
Channel Brifol, an inunda-
307
Charity, a remarkable inftance

L

tion there

of it

Birds, a method of preferving
their plumage after killed Sup
Bishops, their ancient revenues

112

220

Bishop of Gloucefter, his Doc-
trine of Grace
560
Bleeding at the nofe, remedy
for it
422
Blindness, a remarkable in-
Fance of it in a French la-
dy
Blood, its circulation difco-
vered by Hervey 305.
nied by a French writer ib.
established
306
Boraneus, Cardinal, his life 57
Briflol, Earl, his negociation
with Spain
116

de-

63
40

54

23
Collins, Joe, his pranks at
Woodflock
Colberg, furrendered
Complaints in 1762
Comment on Matt. v. 44 105
Comedies, new, 7,137
Conftantinople, siege and reduc-
617
Continental connections con-
12 *fidered

tion of it

1

19
Barial, manner of it among
the antiest Scots
Bute, his motives for accepting
the adminiftration

318

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60

Chemistry, its origin 216
Chefnut-tree, its great age 54
Chinfura, men lifted there for
the Dutch
3
Chivalry, its origin and pro-
grefs
264

D

India

defence against the Dutch 168 Christmas one of the twelve, Dax book4 25, extracts

Eath of Abel, a poem in

&c.

from it
26-7
Dalziel Gen. fome account of

him

Briton, a new political writer
252
his vindication of a
favourite 263. of the pa-
'pers, relative to Spain 276.
his answer to the North Bri-
ton, on applying a character
to the king 277. on the late
king 282. on the manage-
ment of the war 315. on
public faith 316. on the
friends of the adminiftration
1325. Pruffia no prop to the
Proteftant religion 327. on
glorification 358. parallel
between Wat Tyler and a
-favourite of the mob 416.
right of deferting im-
proper alliances 473. pa-
arallel between the peace of
Uricht and the prefent 477.
on the rupture with Spain
530. his arguments falaci-
vous 531. advantages gained
by the preliminaries 580,
on the fame
584
Brown, Simon, a letter of his
553. kis remarkable dedi-'
cation to the late Queen 554
Brutes, clemency to them re-
commended
7
Buckingham-bruft, a deferip

tion of it

227

Bulls and Bears in Change-ally,

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Circulation of the blood by
whom difcovered 306
City, a letter to a gentleman
in it on the peace 405. an-
-fwered
431
Clergy, their claims on the
diffolution of monafteries 113
Clive, Gov. oppofes the Dutch
at Bergal
3
Cobalt, how to make it pro-
fitably
564
College, at Durbam 253
Corville, Adm. his account of

taking Newfoundland 484
Coach, the king's defcribed 514
Coal,how to prepare for fmelt-
ing
102
Cocks, the cruel cuftom of
throwing at them cenfured 6
Ceck-lane ghoft, an account of
43. its defection
81
Coin, Gilver, how to fupply the
featcity of it
Coinage, propofal for a more.

it

32

accurate one


CA

Abalift, remarkable ftorv
of one

is

418
Cakes found on Barb waters,
what
195
Calas, an account of his mar-
tyrdom in France 100, 509

55

Coquettes, their character 69
Corneille, his Menteur, the plan
of Foot's Lyar

8

Confiderations on the war with
France and Spain 202
The Continuer
395
Corfitan, fuccefs of the mal-

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290
Court martial at Lincoln, its
fentence on Lt Cal, Glover
of the Lincolnshire militia

154. Judge Advocate's letter
concerning Mr Gardiner ib.
The Complimenter
304
Creole, a character of one 317
Crown-leafes, how to be ap-

plyed

135
Cramp, a remedy for it de-
fired 172. prefcribed
219,234,249
Cromwell, Oliver, his letter a-
bout erecting a college at
Durbam
253
CREDIT, PUBLIC, its hifto-

ry

20

Cruizers, their hardships 76
Cures of a fiftula of the paroi-
tid gland
51
Czarina, the late, her death
88. manifefto, of the pre-
fent
437

471
304

The Dauber
Declaration of war against
Spain 16. of Spain against
England 79. of Portugal a-
gain France and Spain 322.
of Spain against Portugal
323. of France against Por-
tugal
324
Defcription of an ancient bas
relief 10g. of the Eleufinian
myfteries 109. of Bucking-
bam-boufe 221. of the Ha-
vannab
351
Defpotiím, its origin in Eaft-
ern government 299, 353,
397,468
Dictionary, fpecimen of a po-
litical one
Diffenters, reasons of their se-
paration confidered 112-13
Doga, a tax upon them pro-
pofed 21. reafons for it So
Dolland, a theorem of his on

411

the aberration of light 588
Drowned perfons recovered630
Dunciad, remarks on W's note
upon two lines of it. 557
Dunkirk, informations con-
cerning it

"

Dutch, their hoftilities in the
Eaf Indies 4 defeated ib.
their pretenfions to a free
trade on the Ganga 5 hea
vy complaint against the Ex-
glish East India company 6.
Swift's opinion of them III.
their farther charge againft
the English E. Ind. comp.199.
conduct of their East India
company towards the En-
glish, from the first fettle-
ment of the two companies

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208,363
EAST

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British,

E

AST INDIA,
company's defence
gainst the charge brought by

a.

the Dutch

168

Eastham parish in Cheshire, na-
ural history of it 563
Egremont, E. of, his anfwer
to the Spanish minifter 14.
his inftructions to the E.
"of Briflol
117
Electricity, the principles of it
the foundation of Jacob
Bebman's and Mt Law's
philofophy
England,its wisdom recorded 54
Enigmatical letter to a lady 115
Epilepfy, cured by a fall Sup.
Epitaph on Mr S-tt-# 219.
obfervations upon it
Epifcopacy, an apoftolical in-
ftitution

177

220

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112

Europe, revolution in its poli-
tical fyftem

77

G

Ame act 191. of EO,
its origin and profits 540
Gardiner, Mr, his conduct dif-
approved by his majesty 154
Garden-plants, method to pre-
ferve them from vermin 563
Genoefe, order of council. con-
cerning them
Sup.
Germany, the grave of the
French 55. our connections.
with it confidered 56
German alliances, and German
princes, a noble Lord's fen-
timents of them 258
Ghoft, a pretended one in Cock
Lane 43. its detection 81

F

Family compact, proceed- Ghot-mongers, an addrefs to

ings upon it 118-19-20-

21, 378
-mortification in one
230
Famine, how to provide against
it at fea
33

ed

82. folly of believing.
in ghofts
Gibraltar,its advantages to En-
gland 103, account of taking.
of it
104
Glover, Lt Col. reprimand-
154.
Gout, a new remedy for it 400
Granada Island, defcription of
208
Grants for 1762, ways and
358-9
means, &c.
Great Britain, its revenues and
commerce compared with
those of France
194
Grotto of Eleufis
The Growler

it

one

Fanny, her ghoft in Cock-lane
43,81
Farmer's Return to London, an
interlude 184. character of
428
Fellows of colleges ufelefs in
population
54
Fingal, an epic poem in fix
books 9. the ftory of it
Fish, scheme to fupply London
with it by land carriage 99.
ftate of it 537. act 167
Fishery, Swift's opinion of it

10

109

304

Guineas, new, their blemishes
and faults 22. propofal for
rectifying the coinage 23
Gypfies, how to deal with
53

them

their expedition against New
foundland
362
Froth on plants how produced
285

dren

Fund for a provifion for chil-
250
Fuentes, Count, his complaint
against the British court 12
the reply
Funny Joe, his pranks

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111

Fiftula of the paroitid gland
51.

cured
Flatulencies, the cause and cure

614
284

208

of it
Flea-locufts
Fleas found in fnow
Fleet English, an attempt to
fet fire to it in Bafque Road 8
Flesh, human, petrified 155
Foot, his comedy of the
LYAR
482

7

Food of falmon, what
Foreign Hiflory 40,88,140,188,
235,289,334,383,443,497.

+7 and Co.

547.595
Forgery by Kello on Amy and
396
France, perfecution of a Pro-
teftant there 100. its reve
nues and commerce com-
pared with thofe of England

14

63

419

Fath, attempt to burn the
in Bafque Road 8.

the garrifon, &c. 463. jour-
nal of the fiege 464. Adm.
Pocock's account 466, list of
fhips taken
467
Hemlock, its virtues 273. ex-
periments and cures

274

Hemp, profitable in S. Caro-

lina

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Herbs,nine in the Schemer285
Hervey, the discoverer of the

it

circulation of the blood go6
Hiccough, a fpecific against
195
Highways, acts relating to the
ftatute-work defective Sup.
Holmes, Adm. fome particu-
lars of his life

212

Holy Ghott, fin against it con-
fidered

195

118

Honduras, claims of the English
and Spaniards there
Hop-planter, character of one
428
Houfe-holders, hardships of
the middle aged
543
Hunt's cure of a fiftula in the
paroitid gland
51
Husbandry, experiments in
it

260

J
AMAICA, weak condition
of it 155. its importance
to Great Britain

156
Jew, his scheme for raifing
the ftocks 357. ftrange ac-
count of one
418

Jefus, his Meffiabbip declared
518
Idiotifm, a remarkable cure
for it
Sup.
Impofture, a notorious one in
Cock Lane
43,81
Indian's opinion of an earth-
quake 115. faying of one ib.
Infirmary propofed at Leicester

196
Innoculation, a cafe remarka-
bly cured
Infurrection in Ireland
134
Interlude, a new one
Inundation, a terrible one on
the Severn
306
Journal of the ficge of the lia-
vannab

H

HALLEY Dr, his tables

589

Hamburgb invefted and taxed
by the Danes 290. defcrib-
ed
ib.

Halifax, Earl of, his generofi
ty in Ireland 133-4. his
thanks to the Irish parlia-
ment 223. his fpeech 224
Head ach a remarkable cure
for it

210

Heart, his late majefly's burit
152211

Havannab, a defcription of it
351. troops landed there,
406, journal of its fiese
408. Lord Albermarle's ac-
count of taking of it 459.
capitulation 460. ftate of

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Ireland, the revenue of the Li
Lieut. increafed 133, 1-
vellers there 180. rife of
them 182. oath taken by
them
183
617

Irene, story of

Judge Advocate's letter in re-
ference to Mr Gardiner 154

525
182

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K
ENT, Mr. his hiftory 81.
confpiracy again?" "hin
in Cock-lane
43, 81
King, his fpeeches to his par-
lainent 27, 268, 550. his
portrait 271. George II.
manner of his death

520
Landed

L

Layerf

68

Anded and money'd in-
tereft compared
Land carriage fish scheme 99
Land-carriage Athery, prefent
state of it 537. lofs and gain
computed
538
Lavdanum, extra. effects of 631
Lawyer, fentenced to tranfpor-

tation

422

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53 velablishment in defence of it Military ftores at Port Royal

132-3, 218, 422. reflections
upon it

128. at St Peters
557 Minifter, the character of

165

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favourite one

40-296

Life of Shenlock, Bp of London
23. of Virgil 35. of Cardi-
nal Boromeus 57. of the late
Empreis of Ruffia 106. of
the late Ld Anfon 262. of
Adm, Holmes 212 of John
3 Rooke


Law, Mr, his philofophy
founded on electricity177
Le Fever, ftory of him from
Triftram Shandy 28
Lectures on flock-jobbing 19
Leeches, their efficacy in the
head-ach ni.

210

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Leicefler, a hint for an infir-
mary there'
196
Leprofy, its origin
214 15
Letter from Dean Swift to a
Scets gentleman III.
ænigmatical one 115. ex-
plained 138. from the Weft
Indies 115 from an officer
at Martinico 130, to a friend
on the disappearance of Ld
Pembroke and Mifs
134. from Mr Addison to a
lady 180. from Voltaire to
Led Lyttleton 192. from Dr.
Linden to Dr Sutherland on
Bath waters 193. of Gen.
Monckton on taking Grana-
da 207. of Brig. Gen. Walsh
on the reduction of the Gre-
madillas ib. from an Italian
on the defects of London, &
the progress of arts in it247.
Oliver Cromwell
from the R Grimm F253
Walpole on politics 258. on
the difcontinuance of the
fubfidy to the K, of Prussia
289. from the late Coun-
tels of Hartford on the death
of her only fon 328. ano-
ther from the dame 329.
from Voltaire to the father
of the Jefuits 347. from
the late Duke of Ormond to
his fon 379. to Sir Richard
Steele, on his play of
Confcioas Lovers 404. to a
gentleman in the city on

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times 405. from Sir Memoirs of Ld Orrery 379. of

Forecke on landing the troops
at the 406.
noble Lord, in anfwer to

Merrick, Ma, account of his
John Creighton 22
496
new tranflation of the
10 Pfalme
Mermaids, inftances of their

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that to a gentleman in the
city 431. to the master of
Winchester college with his
anfwer 492. to M. Rousseau,
on fenfe of and

exiftence arose£
Metyards Sarab, and Sarab
254
Morgan, their murder of Ann
Meteos, remarkable ones der

Nail

364

phy Beiahs: 530. to Dr Sa-

$

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therland on Barb waters 354
from the Cocoa-tree 620 to
the Cocoa-tree
Liberty, a propofal for an ef-

Militiaract,heads of it r
cribed
562,587
6222
155,226
Milton, remarks on a verse of

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420

Linden, Dr, his account of the
Bath waters 193. ferrugi-
nous cakes how form'dib.
Lift of the embodied militia
36
Liquors, method of cooling

Lobb, Dr, his directions on fe-
them in hot weather 320
Lock, his opinion of partial
456,513,609
liberty 132. a ftory of him

vers

Locufts, a fpecies of them in
232
London, its defects
England
2851
Love in a Village, the ftory of
247
Lucerne how managed
607
LYAR, a comedy of
261
3 acts 7
Lyttleton, Ld, corrected by Vol-
taire
193

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M

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249

Adnefs and fuicide con-
Machine, mufical 212. for
fidered
151
ventilation
Magic, a ptetender to it 418
Malagrida, his crime and pu-
nishment
Malta, ights of, ftory from
Mailgner
255
Vertat's hiftory of them 589
Manifesto of the Emprefs of
Martinico, the importance of
Ruffia
21 ano 437
Marriage and population 252
it 191. attacked 12
Matrimony, propofals for en
Medicine, its origin and pro-
couraging it 23,54,845136
Memorials of France and Spain
grefs
against Portugal 208. an-
fwered y la c**

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213

ib.

205

Mobrik Indian's opinion of an
earthquake
Mogul, his right of vifiting
115
Thips in the Ganges
Molly, Mifs, a narrative of
5
her cafe 481. remarks up-
482
Monckton, Gen. his letter on
landing at Martinico 123. on
taking Fort Royal 125. on
the reduction of St Peter's
Iand the whole inland 162.
on the reduction of Granes
da 207. Gen. Walb to him
Moneyed intereft compared
on the fame
with the landed
on the papers relative to
68
Monitor, a remarkable one 269.
Spain 276, his definition of
of times 313. on the lofs of
a fubfidy 279. comparison
Newfoundland 367 on the
family compact 368,378. in
anfwer to the famousWandf-
bortb letter 435. continued
473,475 on the influence
of the Upper Houfe 479.
new one 491. its cenfure of
the old 6, the aggreffors
in the prefent war deter-
mined 532. on keeping our
acquifitions from France581.
on the fame
586

Mortification, a family atWar
tifbam affected with it 230
Mandic, proce's to make it
Motto, Prince of Wales's, ex..
plained
Murder, difcovery of a private
profitably
455
one 153. of Anne Nailer by
Sarah Mityard
Muscles, their poisonous qua-
369
Mufical machine deferibed 210
lities examined
135
Myfteries, Eleufinian, defcrip-
aristotion of the
them

to
9 81

O

arit le 109
W 201
To roman hide is Ausd
wing] to 39 suri arb
ABOB his right of 90
exclufive pris?
vileges of trade afted by the
Dutch 6. terms of accomp
nations 5.15
gledation

Narrative of a Cabalift 418.40
3s of the treatment of Milsangin's
Molley

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Nah, Richard, his life 487.539

National debt fated

Natural history of Sutton Cold-

field 401.

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this hiftory 472. of Hanmer
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