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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.
on the tandard of gold, &c.
Time-keeper, made by Mudge, account
Tin, exper. concerning the calcination
cunftance of his feit-education, 106. - exper. to a certain whether this
meral is hurtful in culinary or other
ber in writing the Lives of ibe toets, TIR: BOSCHI, Abié. his history of Ita-
lionerature, V.I Vili 308.
ences at Senna, 464.
electrical shenomena, from the origin hidden decay of feverat, 265.
and ammon tic caribs of ruscany 310 V concerning the imali-pix, and in.
of cruelty in their treatment of the VAN Iperen, M. his jav nese history,
542. His description of a white Neo
- ing a won terful production of unatiifted
vertity cf, critically discusled, 14 UBER die Reformation, 465.
VERSES relative to tome Graces lately
for the vase at Bath Easton, 315.
on cattles in the air, 384
alluding to Lady Augufta Camp-
265. Pass the winter in water, 302. - in compliment to the late Lord
descrip:ive of a library, 423.
alluding to the deftruction of the
- from the Brorbers, an eclogue,
- from the American War, a poem,
from the Gentle Shepherd, 470.
- See allo BRUCE, ODI, and
trandation of the first Epifle to, 419. between the uses and ttructure of the
tomy of birds, 141.
the reality of Bléton's use of the Vir. cerning languages, 462.
Villoison, M. re, success of his re-
MS. of the Iliad, ib. Allo of a Grek
verfion of several parts of the Bible, Water, method of preserving at sea,
WÁr, how used in painting, 94. Com.
position for, how prepared, ib.
of Nature, 300.
i repule now than formerly, 9.
ftudy of policical economy, 466. A
A canals and rivers, 310.
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