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TITLES, AUTHORS NAMES, &c. of the Books
and PAMPHLETS contained in this Volume.
N. B. For REMARKABLÉ PASSAGES, see the INDEX
at the End of the Volume.
.. For the CONTENTS of the FORÉIGN articles, in the Appendix,
see the last page of this Table.
ATONIKINT, Defence of the Do&rine
ABSTRACT of the Rise of the Refor. of,
Page 202 AUTHENTIC Papers from America, 87
Accipt&ci, Engl. by a Lady, 464 DAGGs'TranNation of Pinto's Ellay
ACCOUNT of further Proceedings at the D on Circulation, &c.
BAILEY's Letter to Shebbeare,
- of the Regatta,
Appendix to ditto,
BARCLAY's Engl. Di&ionary
ADDITIONS to Lord Lyttelton's Works, BARKER's Heb. Grammat,
BARRY's Inquiry into the Arts, 300
ADDRESS to Lord Mansfield,
Bate's Rival Candidates, a Comic Ope.
- to the Government; 183
Braumont, Mad. dė, ber Moral Tales,
- to the King,
- to the Senate at Cambridge, BENTLEY, Mr. or the Rural Philofo.
of the People of Great Britain BIRTH PLACE, . Poem, is6
to the Colonies,
BLAYNIY oh Daniel,
ADILPN1, of Terence, new Translation Blow at the Root of Pricfly Claims, 279
321 BOLINGBROKK's Letters on Patriotism,
ADVENTUR38 of a Corkscrew, 557 &c. new Edit,
ADVERTISER, a Poem,
457 BOLT on India Affairs, Vols. 11. III. 468
AIKIN's Life of Agricola,
152 BOROUGH BROKER,
ALMON's Debates in the House of Com BOULANGER's Exper. on Spar,
mons, Vols. X. XI..
BOWYER's Origin of Printing,
AMIRICA, Publications relative to. See BRAGANZA, a Tragedy,
BRANB on Insurances, &c.
119 BRIGGS on Religious Zeal,
Independence, new Edit. BRYANT's Analyfis of ancient Mytho-
AXNALS of Adminiftrarion, 262 logy continued
Answer to Taxation no Tyranny, 446 BURXE's Speech (April, 1774) on Ame:
to Burke's Speech, 551 rican Taxation,
APPENDIX to a Letter to Shebbeare, 548
Match 2 (1795) 543
* 263 BURNABY'S Serm. on Subscription, &c.
ASTLI, Ms. Kis Edition of the Will of
331 BOTLIR's Latin Sermon before the Pros
vincial Syaod of Canterbury,
** DISCOURSE on Hereditary Right, 881
NAMLIN. See CIRCUMSTANCES. DISSERTATION on the Geometrical
C CANDID Suggeftions, &c. 189. Analysis of the Ancients, 359
-Exam. of the Claims of Great DORSETSHIRE, Hiftory of,
Britain and the Colonies, 537 DRAMA, a Poem
360 DUELLING and Suicide,
CARSTAR E s's State Papers, * 143 Dunn's Introd. to Astronomy,
CHANDLER's antique Înscriptions, "194 Last Indies, Traås relating to, 564,
CHARITY, . ..
. 462, 463, 554
CHARIOTTI, a Vlay, ' 492 - EDWARDS's Hit. of Redemption, 117
CHATHAM, Lord, his Plan, &c. 179 EDWIN and Julia,
- his Speech, . ib. ENFIELD's Engl. Preacher, · 23!
CAIMICO-MEDICAL Differtation on
. w 276 ENGLAND's true Interest,
353 EPISTLE from an Officer at Otaheite to
CHOLERIC Man, a Comedy, 66 Lady Gaga
CrucUMSTANCÉs which preceded the ESSAY on the Situation of Gardens, 72
on Churchill, new Edit. 273
CLARE, Lord, his Verses to the Queen, on the Nature of the Colonies, 454
Essays in Prose and Verse, 369
CLIONICE, a Tragedy,
EXHORTATION to Prisoners, 554
CLOACINA, a Comic. Tragedy, 454 EXTRACTS from the Votes of the Con.
COLONIES, British, Publicationis rela-
tive to, 9, 78, 173, 253, 446, 537
TABRIGAs and Mostyn-farther Pro-
COMINGI, Count, Mem, of,
T ceedings relative to,
COMPLAINT to the
- final Decision, 189
CONCILIATOR Y Address,
FALCONER on the Poison of Copper, 164
Concrs & System of Geography, 467 FAMILY Chaplain,
CONCLAVE of 1974,
FARMER on the Demoniacs,
CONSIDERATIONS on the Measures, &c. FAWCET's Sick Man's Employ, 461
with the Colonies,
FEATHERS, a Tale,
on E. India Affairs, FEMALE Forgery,
462 FILL': Fourth Letter to Pickard, 188
See Wood. FIDDLE the best Doctor,
Cooke's Elem, ot Dram. Criticism, 357. FITZGERALD's Appeal to the Jockey
COOPER. See FRIENDLY ADDRESS. Club,
CORRESPONDENCI with the Reviewers,
Reply to Walker, 372.
· 190, 288, 375, 559 Five Hundred French Proverbs, 307
N. B. For the Foreign Correspondence, FOREIGN Correspondence, see Review.
see under the Letter F.
. for April, p. 341; for May, 437; for
CORRESPONDENTS, a Novel, 430. June, saz; and Appendix,
CRADDOCK's Village Memoirs, 139. FRANKLIN's Matilda, a Tragedy, 173
CRANE's Revolvit Cor meum, 370 FREE Thoughts on the Congress,
COUNTRY Justice, a Poem, Part II. 406 FRIENDLY Hint to the Americans, 83
D IALOGUE between a Southern De. O ALLATIO,
U legate and his Spouse, 263 U GALLOWAY, Mr. his Exam. of
DAVOGUES from Wieland,
508 The Claims of Great Britain and the
DALRYMPLE, Sir John, his Address to Colonies,
- 540 GENIUS of Britain,
Divis, Mrs. her Engl. Accidence, 464
DÉBATIS. See ALMON. - · GENTLIMAN, Mr. bis Modith Wife,
De Foz's Hift. of Roxana, new Edit. 274
DE GUINES, Count, his Memoire, &c.
- and Lady's Companion in
189 the Garden,
DESCRIPTION of the French King's Co-
s Tout through Wales,
DEVERIL's Sermons, .
GIUGRAPHY, concise Syfem of, 462
Guard's Esay on Genini, i JOHNSON. See LETTER, and Ri.
Glover's Evidence on the Weft India MARKS.
450 - Other Answers to Taxation,
GODFREY of Bulloign. See TASSO.**
446. 448, 449, 450
GOLDSMITR's Natural History, 310 JOHNSTONI's Speech,
GOSTLING's Walk in Canterbury, 73 Jones's Remarks on the English Lan.
GOULD's Latin Sermon at Cambridge, guage,
Heroine of the Cave, 357
GRACES, a poetical Epiftle, 273 JOURNAL of the Congress,
GRAINGER' Supplement to his Biogra. JUSTICE and Policy, &c. Part II. 85
a Poem. See COUNTRY.
Gray's Elegy translated into Latin, 354
his Life and Works, compiled by
TT ELLY', Romance of an Hour, or
GREENHILL on the Millenium, 368 A Kenrick's Obf, on Marriage
GRITTITY's Morality of Shakespeare, Contracts,
, 46, Kia Long
Grosi's Antiquities of England, &c. KIRKLAND on Childbed Fevers,
ISSES of Secuadus translated,
Gross Imposition detected,
T AMBE's Hiftory of Chess, 280
U ALIFAX's Analysis of the Civil L Lash at Enthufiasm,
LAV TIR, M. bis Obs. on Phyfiog-
HARWOOD on Temperance, &c. 47 Lu Courier Françoio,
He is found at laft,
189 LECTURES to Lords Spiritual,
HENDERSON's Letter to Jobnson, 372 LEMON's Greek Rudiments,
Hexy the Seventh's Will,
251 LEONORA, an Elegy,
HEROINE of the Cave,
357 LETTER to Lord M-
Hewson's experimental Inquiries,
to the People, in Answer to
352 the Congress,
Her's Sermon at Cambridge,
- to Dr. Johnson,
Heylin's Help to Englich History, new - from A. Henderson,
- to the Ladies, &c. 266
HITFERNAN's Philosophic Whim, 269
- to Lord Camden,
Hill, Richard, his Three Letters, 93 -
- to the Author of an Observa.
- Robert, bis Poems,
- Richard, his Gross Impofition de
to Mr. Macpherson,
279 LIBERTINE Huband reclaimed, 360
History of Mad. de Belieu, 274 LILLo's Works,
- - of Chess,
LITURGY on the Principles of the Chr.
- of Winchester,
4.59 Lover's Electrical Philosopher, 352
269 Lusus Poerici,
HOOFER's Rational Recteations, ig. LYTTELTON, Lord, (the late) ree CoR.
HORSLEY’s Remarks on Phipp's Voyage, -
present, his Speech on the
131 Canada Bill,
Holl's Alteration of Thomson's Edward
CAULAY's Add. to the People,87
Human Authority in Matters of Faith, M'MAHON on Human Nature, 75'
364 MACPHERSON's History of Great Britain,
HUTCHINS's Hilory of Dorset,
- Original Papers, 243, 415
MALTON's Royal Road to Geometry,
TACOB's History of Faversham,
J Jepasox's Braganza,
MANNER of declining Larin Nouns, &c.
Joxxson's Journey to Scotland,
158 MANSFIELD, Lord, bis Speech on the
- Taxation no Tyranny, 253 Grenada Dury,
Mi Pormech palikod
Nate Papers, tee
MASKELYNE's Aftron. Tables, • ' 88 PORTICAL Address to the Ladies at Bath,
MATILDA, a Tragedy,
MAWHOOD on Attornies, &c., 90
Amusements at a Villa near
MELMOTH's Liberal Opinions, 468 Bath,
MEMOIRS of Count Cominge, 339 POTTER on the Poor Laws, 315
MENIN's Description of the Royal Co Pownal's Admin. of the Colonics,
ronations in France,
250 - Part II. .
MERCURY, Diff, on,
276 PRESENT Crisis,
METHODISM, a farce,
95 PRINCIPLES of Politeness, 372, 373
MIRA OR of Human Nature,
PRIESTLEY's Examination of Reid, &c.
MODERN Midnight Conversation, 92
- Fine Gentleman,
PROMETHEUS, a Satire,
MODish Wife, a Comedy,
MONBODDO, Lord, on the Origin and
Progress of Language, Vol. II.
D ANDOLPH's Vindication of the
MORALITY of Shakespeare,
K Worship of the Son and Holy
MOTIONs in the House of Commons,
REGATA, a Poem,
MULLER'S Hifory of Earth-worms, &c. REMARKS on Johnson's Patriot, 184
on the Pennsylvania Farmer,
MURDIN's Paraph. on St. James, 369
MURRAY's Le&ures tu Lords Spiritual,
on Henry's Magnefia, 277
553 — on the priocipal Ads of the
Muses and Graces,
ogth Parliament of Great Britain, sig
MYSTIQY of God and Man, 308 RELIGION, a Farce,
REPLY of a Gentleman in a Sele&t so-
354 RESISTANCL No Rebellion,
OBSERVATIONS on the Abuses in RIGHTS of the Colonies aderted,
277 RIVAL Candidates,
-- on the East India Ship
364 RIVALS, a Comedy,
75 ROBERTS, R. her Triumph of Truth,
DALMER's Short-Hand, 511 QANDWICH on the Good Samaritan,
P PEACH, Mrs. Sec CORRISPON. &c.
_430 School for Daughters,
Piur in'o the Gardens, &c. about Twic- SCRIPTURE Lessons on the Festivals and
PENNANT's Additions to his Tour in SECUNDUS. See KISSES.
7 SINTENCE of Momus,
PExRose's Account of Falkland's Illand, SERMONS, by Mary Deverel,
on the Turf,
Peacival on the Poison of Lead, 363
PERREAU, Daniel, bis Narrative, 555
PERREAUS, Genuine Memoirs of, 460 - by Enfield" (a Colle&tion) 231
PIRRT's Map of Business,
- by Briggs,
PIGUINIT Ou News-paper Defamation,
- by Case,
18g - by Sandwich,
- Jingle, 96, 284; 374, 557
Vol. LXIV, Part II.
325 SHIBBEARE'S Answer to Queries, dec.
lo Burke's Speech,
PHIPPS, Capt. bis Voyage,
kerarks on airto,
131 SHERIDAN's Lectures on Reading, 399
PHYSIOGNOMY, Prospectus of a curious
Comedy. See Rivals.
foreign Work on that Subject, 190 SILVER Tail, a Tale,
Plan of Rural Education,
- for conciliating, &c.
SMITH's Introd. to Latin Grammar, 283
Poems on different Subjects,? 272 SOUTHAMPTON Guide,