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SE JOUR, M, do, his new analytical mę TILLET, M. his mem, on the sevivió.

thod of cak ulating eclipses of the Sun, cation of copper. 484.
&c. 436, 494. .

on the tandard of gold, &c.
SERPENTS, ib.ir property of charming, 490
302

Time-keeper, made by Mudge, account
SESTINI, Abbé, his Letters from Sici. of the going of, 346.
| ly &c, 30 7,

Tin, exper. concerning the calcination
SHEFFIELD, D. of Bue's, curious cir. uf, &c 140.

cunftance of his feit-education, 106. - exper. to a certain whether this
Hsp etry characterized, 107.

meral is hurtful in culinary or other
SHIILLS, Robert, concerned with Cib. fam: y wles, 448.

ber in writing the Lives of ibe toets, TIR: BOSCHI, Abié. his history of Ita-
409. . .

lionerature, V.I Vili 308.
SIDNEY, Algernon, his character de TRANSACTIOns of the Academy of Sci-
fened, 402

ences at Senna, 464.
SIGAUD de la Fond, M. his view of TRE's, in St. James's Park, obf. on the

electrical shenomena, from the origin hidden decay of feverat, 265.
of that dil overy to the prelent time, TUNE, critically discusled, 437.

381.
SNOWDON, delcription of that mountain,
- 363.

0-y.
SODOR, derivation of, 98.
SOLDANI, Don, his obi, on the Nautilic T TANDÉRSTLEG, M. his inquiries

and ammon tic caribs of ruscany 310 V concerning the imali-pix, and in.
SPANIARDS vindicated from the charge oculation in Baravia, 541.

of cruelty in their treatment of the VAN Iperen, M. his jav nese history,
Americans, 309.

542. His description of a white Neo
SPORTSMAN, cruel being, 217.

gro, 543
Spots in the Sun, new bypothefis of, Vax SWINDEN, M. his letter concern-
492.

- ing a won terful production of unatiifted
STANZA, poetical, uniformity and di- genius, 150.

vertity cf, critically discusled, 14 UBER die Reformation, 465.
STORIA della litteralura lianana, 308. VEGETABLES, voir nous, obf. on, 157
STORY of a Pagan tyrant and a Chris. See allo DARMENTIER.
tian hero, 391.

VERSES relative to tome Graces lately
SULZER, M. Eulogy of, 510. His tra pafied at Cambridge. 314.
vels, 541.

for the vase at Bath Easton, 315.
Sun, new analyrical methods of calcu.

on cattles in the air, 384
lating eclipses of, 486. Concerning the - by Mr. Keate', 87.
spots in, 492. See SPOTS.

alluding to Lady Augufta Camp-
SWALLOWS, obf. on the torpidity of, bell, 388.

265. Pass the winter in water, 302. - in compliment to the late Lord
SYMPATHY, a poem, various extra&ts Chesterfield, 410.
from, 321--:26.

descrip:ive of a library, 423.

alluding to the deftruction of the
world, 426.

- from the Brorbers, an eclogue,

468,
TABLEAU de Paris, 227.

- from the American War, a poem,
1 TLA, 10e account of the at. 469.
tempts to cultivate the plant of that

from the Gentle Shepherd, 470.
name in Europe, 296.

- See allo BRUCE, ODI, and
THELYPUTHOR A. See Madan,

SYMPATHY
THESSALONIANS, specimen of a new Vice, M. du, his mem, on the anal. gy

trandation of the first Epifle to, 419. between the uses and ttructure of the
THOMSON, the pott, ftri&ures on his human body, &c, 139. On the ana,
character as a man, 409.

tomy of birds, 141.
THOUVENEI, M. his teitimony to prove VILLENCOUR, M, de, his discourse con.

the reality of Bléton's use of the Vir. cerning languages, 462.
gula Divina, 500-503. .

Villoison, M. re, success of his re-
TIDES, opinions of the ancients rel. to searches in St. Mark's library at Vem
the nature of, 532. Of the moderns, nice, 50g. . His account of a culous

MS. of the Iliad, ib. Allo of a Grek

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verfion of several parts of the Bible, Water, method of preserving at sea,
510.

368.
VÍRGULA Divina. See DIVINING WAX, how used in painting a

WÁr, how used in painting, 94. Com.
ROD, 497

position for, how prepared, ib.
UNITIES of Nature, physically discussed, WILCKE, Mr. his differt, on the police

of Nature, 300.
UNIVERSITIES, English, why in less

i repule now than formerly, 9.
UNIVERSITY established solely for the

ftudy of policical economy, 466. A
fimilar inftitution recommended for V IMENES, Abbé, his experiments on
Great Britain, 467.

A canals and rivers, 310.
Voyages dans les Alpes, 378.

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7 ACCHIROLI, Abbé and Marquis
DI TARBURTON, Dr. sketch of his Capacelli, their miscellaneous cor-
literary character, 358.

respondence, 465.
WARRIOR in his domestic enjoyments ZINC. See LASSONI,

poetically depicted, by the King of
Prussia, 286.

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