A Selection of Curious Articles from the Gentleman's Magazine

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Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, 1814
 

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A Proverbial Saying explained
66
The Proverb At LatterLammasexplained
68
On the Propriety of language in the Lords Prayer
70
The Author of the Whole Duty of
80
Sir Isaac Newton on the Ancient Year
82
Obscure Phrases Explained
88
Ancient and Fabulous History not always alle
94
VOL II
97
Critical Remarks on Horace
106
Derivation of the phraseto Run a Muck
143
Remarks on the Huetiana and a Passage
151
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152
priety of some pássages in Silius ITALICUS
164
Superiority of SHAKESPEAREs Description
182
taken
199
An Emendation of a Passage in Virgil
240
BENTHAM and Gray on Saxon and Gothic
249
ties of Painting c
256
Critique on the word Purpureus
269
Virgilian Account of the Separation of Sicily
279
Imitations and accidental Resemblances
291
Milton
300
Critical Reinarks on MILTON
320
Strictures on Dr Johnsons Criticism on Mil
329
Remarks on Daydens Ode in Memory of Mrs KiLLIGREW
347
Union of Imagination and Judgment indispensa bly required in Poetry
351
BOURN whence probably derived
356
On Imitation and Originality
357
Turl at Oxford whence so named
359
An Emendation in Miltons Paradise Lost a
360
On the Particle un
362
Popes Imitation of a passage in Silius ITALICUS
363
Den and Pin defined
366
Etymology of PONTIFEX
367
A List of Local Expressions with Illustrations
368
Critique on VIRGIL
373
Solecisms in the Works of English Authors
374
Addisons Observations on VIRGILs Achates
378
On the Authenticity of the Arabian Tales by Dr RUSSELL
382
Dissertation on Accents
385
PHILOSOPHY AND NATURAL HISTORY Page 391 394 395 400 402 I THE Causes of Dreams
391
Joy and Grief in Dreams why superior to reality
394
Prolific nature of some Vegetables
419
No Central Fire in the Earth
420
History and culture of Cochineal
423
Experiments on Animal Digestion
426
The cause of the lustre or resplendency of the Sea water in the nighttime discovered and
434
Electricity in Cats XVI Heads for a natural History of Great Britain
437
Account of an inflammable Well 406
443
Fire from the Bowels of a Beast
445
Earthquakes how produced
446
Account of a moving Hill
448
History of Northern Lights in England
450
Curious Discoveries in making new Roads in Northamptonshire
454
Places in England where natural curiosities abound
457
Discoveries of Fossil Bones in several Counties
460
Fossils in the vicinity of Oxford
468
On the Coluber of Virgil
471
On the Phenomenon of Dew
472
Observations on the Gossamer
476
On the Influx of Water into the Mediterranean
479
Immense Chesnut Tree at Tamworth
487
Remarkable Phenomenon of the Bath Waters
488
On the prodigious Growth of Trees
492
On Archbishop Seckers Death and the Brit tleness of human Bones in Frosts 49
494
Whether Oily Substances are hurtful to the Bones
497
Curious Account of the Dissection of Old Parr from a Manuscript of Dr Harvey
499
Description of a Stone Eater
500
On the Stature and Figure of Old Persons
502
The Cruelty of Collectors of Insects censured
504
On the Process of Vegetation in Trees
505
Extraordinary Effects of Pestilential Winds
506
On the Leviathan
508
Stones not hurtful to Land
510
On the Serpent destroyed by REGULUS
511
On the Growth of Cedars in England
512
Harmless Nature of HledgeHouse
516
Account of the Free Martin
517
XLVIII Account of a Gigantic Child
519
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437
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443
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