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İRVING, Dr. his method of obtaining
viscence of snails, 329.
MAJOR ÆNUs on the agriculture of the
MAGNETISM, conjuring tricks by, 25,
tions, 536. As a moral agent, 570,
MASON, John, account of, 203.
ple investigated, 567:
his obf, on modern Carte. MAYER's pofthumous works, 443.
MECHANICS, experimental tricks in,
MEDALS. See HEROLDT.
MEDICAL and Botanical Di&ionary. See
MEGAMITER, a new inftrument for
cal, &c. of ancient and modern phyfie,
MESSTER, M. his catalogue of nebule
horizon of Paris, 625.
567. Attempt to reconcile his notion - 385.
Charles II. 417. Particulars of his
MONNIER: M. his inquiries into the
rarion suggested, 615.
Linguet's paradoxes, 589.
to the manner in which we acquire our of, and that of some animals, 597.
the origin of our ideas, 583.
NEBULOSITIES, explanatory account of
NECKER, Jos. de, bis Pbyjilogia Map
northward, 123. His defcription of NEEDLE, magnetic, obs. on the varia:
tion of, 6:2.
taining the pain of the pendulum, in cuim, how far reconcilable with the
ideas of Leibnitz, 568.
NICHOLSON, Mr. his account of a storm PURCILL,Dr, his defcription of a double
Uadi, dissertation on, 570. .
D AYMOND de Vieuffens's hiftory of
N internal diseases, 441.
RESORPTION, of the excretory fluids,
REVETT, Mr, associated with other gen-
in search of antiquities, 193.
ROME, ancient and modern, described,
French Bible, 344.
his hift, and crit, Diajonary of
search of ancient inscriptions, &c. 193. Rot, in sheep, method to prevent, 14.
Phipps's voyage, 130. Farther re- seen in France, 622.
marks on, 132
SADLER'S-WELLS, satirical account
St. John, Henry, his letter to Mr. Car-
ST. MARC's works, 5340
SALT, account of a mineral one, which
far navigation was practicable toward SATURN, much hotter than our carth,
for investigation, 190. Literary con- trembling eel, 577.
teft relative to this subject, 573. SCALOZER's History of Northern Africa,
Scots, in what respect said to be furdy
SECRETSONS. See RESORPTION.
account of him, 387. His Bafium II,
SEMIRAMIS, not a person but a people,
SENE BRJER's art of observing nature,
disquisition concerning his history, ib.
encomium on the morality of bis wrio
A Rouband, M. his Histoire
Sennale del afresse: 529
tings, by another Lady, 465. Com. Philosophy, 570. On cenforiousness,
TURPIN, M. his history of the Koran,
his Frencb Plutarcb, 534.
V TAUGONDY, Mr. R. de, his account
V of those tracts of Aga and Ame.
the South Sea, 346.
VIEUSSENS (see RAYMOND) bis history
VIRTUE, analysis of, 570.
capable of cultivation, 563.
on man, 570. His explication of the Sciences, an impracticable plan, 575.
notion of an eternal Being, 582. VOLTAIRE, his allegorical romance ia
Volvox, curious account of the pro-
Confliflor, fingular history of,
VOYAGES toward the North Pole, series
VOYAGES Metalurgiques, ou Recberebes,
UTERUS, double. S:e PURCELL,
V WALSH, Mr. his account of
105. His characters imitated by French WARKWORTH, hermitage there, de
'WATILET, M, his, essay on gardens,
WEGUELIN, M. his universal and di.
on the Philosophy of History, 584.
a North-Eaf paliage to the Spice count of, 378. Letter to him, from
Gray, ib. Another letter from the
WEST-INDIIS, See GLOTER,
quiries into the supposed noxious quali. accidentally burnt to dea:h, 334.
WILLOUGHBY, Sir Hugh, bis voyage,
land; 332. Eels found with the fame WOLL ASTON, Mr. his astronomical obs.
WOMAN accidentally burnt to death,
supposed to have been rendered inflam-
ORX, Duke of. See James II.
Z. ZOROASTER, his person and charae 2 ter generally misunderstood, 482.
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