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Gibbon's account of the plan of his hif-
character by himself 75%
Germany, anecdote of the prefent Em-
Globe, on the ftructure of the 240
Grafting trees, observations on 247
Great Britain, extent and cultivation of 70
Gypfies of Naples 386
Heart, Delufions of, a tale 13
Health and fickness, obfervations on 812
Henry V. of Shakespeare, obfervations
on the character of 461
Henry, Dr, account of 293
Highlanders, characteristic traits of the
Highland drefs, hiftory of, by Sir John
Hindoos, hiftory, religion, and manners
Hiftory of the Jews in England 740. 822
Hiftory of Don Pedro King of Portugal
and his confort 173
Hudson the dwarff, account of 654
Husbandry, obftacles to 187
Idler's account of himself 454
Inclofures, obfervations on 109
Innoculation, on the advantages of 660.
Jews in England, hiftory of 740. 822
King's Skinner's bill, anno 1625. 806
Ladies, Turkish account of 17
Welth, account of
Lancashire, ftatistical account of 34
Letters, original-Sir J. Lefley, to Sir
Tho. Riddle 36. By Lord Bacon 99.
M. Rolland, to Robefpierre 166. Mr
Burke, to a Noble Lord 197. Waller,
to Oliver Cromwell's daughter 389.
Dr Hawkefworth, to a young lady 451.
Of Shakespeare 885. Of Dr Robert-
fon and Dr Birch 901
Life of a man of genius 96
Literary history of the prefent period
Mæcenas, ketch of the life of ro
Magnetic needle, new discovery regard◄
ing the variation of 508
Machines to fhorten labour, obfervations
on the utility of 602
Macartney, Lord, sketch of the life of 653
Manners of mankind, obferv. on 457
Matrimonial differences 896
M'Pherfon, James life of 221.365
Milton, anecdotes of 154
Mind pleasure of, well cultivated 463
Money, value of in laft century 700
Monuments of Dr Johnfon and Mr
Howard, infcriptions on 436
Naples, account of the Lazeroni of 386
Naval fignals, origin and use of 807
Nerves, humurous account of the 178
Obfervations on the character, &c. of
Queen Elizabeth 885
Paper, method of making Indian 146
Pafigraphy, new invention of 292
Petersburgh, new defeription of 195
Poetry, on Didactic 193
on the ancient Scottish 734
Portuguese, customs and manners of
24. 106. Poetry of 890
Potatoes, on the culture of 188
Rainy day, pleasures of the closet upon
Receipts For making hens lay in winter
2. For making Parmesan cheese 49.
For fweetening butter 74. For Stilton
cheese 74. For taking spots out of
clothes, &c. 146. For cleaning the
teeth 220. To deftroy the Black Clock
Refpiration, effects of 310
Rheumatifm, receipt for the cure of 580
Rome, vifited by Mr Gibbon 679
Royal Society of London, account of 840
Rolland, M. portrait of 338
Ruffia, prefent ftate of society in 745
ftate of 230.,298
Salt as a manure 614
Scotland, introduction to, and Topogra
phical account of 42. Of Mid Lothian
112. 242. 329. Of East Lothian 369.
Of Berwickshire 440. Of Roxburgh-
fhire 513. Of Selkirkshire 618.
Peeblesshire 619. Of Linlithgowfhire
686. Of Lanarkshire 729. 801. 860.908
Scotch, national character of 29
Scriptures, hiftorical account of the dif-
ferent verfions of 522
School, on the education of &c. from
Sentiments of the foul, mental affections,
pity, &c. 89. 190
Sheep, cure of water in 686
Shakespeare, newly difcovered MS. of Tafte, influence of rarity and expence on
100. 258. Detected 885
Smith, Adam, account of the life of 3.75
Smollet, Tobias, sketch of the life of 725
Snailes, two females supported by 364
Spain, poetry of 890
Stars, Herfchell's account of the fixed
Style of Swift and Addison, obfervations
Sun, Herfchell's account of the compofi-
tion of the 519. 591
Sugar, hiftory of 303
Synonymous terms, utility of defining
Switzerland, obfervations on a tour in
Tales-Delufions of the Heart 13. 84.
Decayed Merchant and his Daughter
176. 255. 367. Bird Catcher and Ca-
nary 251. The Good Friar of Augf-
The Loft Emperor 308.
Love and Joy, an allegory 394. The
Sport of Fortune 395. Origin of Or-
gans, &c. 538. Affecting Story of Mr
Hall 68r. Albert and Emma 748. 817.
875. Hiftory of a Full-bottom'd Wig
Tippoo Sultan, account of the army of
Trade of Great Britain, obfervations on
Travelling, Mr Gibbon's obfervations
Travellers, observations on 747
Varieties of the animal and vegetable
Vizier, anecdote of a Scotch 302
Voltaire's creed, remarks on 447
Vortigern, account of 259
Water, method of preparing fulphure
Watering of meadows, obfervations on
War as conducive to happiness, thoughts -
Weather, difadvantages of fine 810
World, obfervations on our intercourfe
with the 32
Yeft, new invented compofition for 50%
Young, Arthur, account of 80.
PART II. Hiftorical Intelligence, Foreign and Domeflic, and State Papers.
The Reader will find a variety of Miscellaneous Articles under each of the following divifions, which
could not be put into an Index.
Caufe of the misunderstanding on the
Frontiers 131. Standard of the French
Republic prefented in Congress 213. Re-
folutions of the Houfe of Reprefenta-
tives 350. Dreadful fire at Charleftown
573. French fquadron appear of New-
foundland 719. Fire at Quebec 719.
Plague there 60. British Mimister leaves
that court 60.
Remarkable rainbow appeared 67. Count
D'Artois and fuit land at Leith 68. Elec-
tion of the Dean of Faculty 68. Gold-
fmith's hall burnt 69. Barracks in Great
Britain 140. Privateers infeft the coafts
141. Riots at Dumfries 216. State of
the British Navy 286. Fiars for crop
1795 287. General Affembly 358 427.
Dutch Frigate runs into Greenock 426.
Duel between Major Crichton and Mr
Bennet 426. Two Catabaw Indians ar-
rive 427. Peers elected 503. Trial of
M'Kay for a riot on the King's birth
day 504. Edinburgh races 506. Ex-
tract of Governor Hunter's letter from
New South Wales 574. Refolution to
augment the corps of Royal Edinburgh
Volunteers 647. Monument erected to
Provoft Drummond 648. Lift of gra-
duates in medecine at Edinburgh 648.
Thomson, the poet's, anniversary cele-
brated at Dryburgh Abbey 720. Ma-
giftrates of Edinburgh chofen 721.James
Buchanan, the Lanark carrier, mur-
dered 721. Kirkaldy paffage boat loft
789. Statement of the proportions of
men to be raised by the different coun-
ties, &c. 79°. Office bearers of Grand
Lodge elected 862. Overture refpec-
ting Chapels of Eafe 862,
Appeals 141. 217. 286. 358. 574. 722.
789. 863. Abstract of 575
Trials before the High Court of Jufti-
ciary 141. 217.574. 863.
Circuits 358. 428. 505.722.
tional domains 279.
lative to mandats 280. Charette taken
280. Extent of the French territory
286. Proceedings of the Council of
Five Hundred 348. Situation of Paris
421. Letters from their generals, and
conditions of an armiftice with the
Court of Naples 502. Armiftice with
the Pope 502. Proceedings of the Di-
rectory 645, 719.
Under this head alfo will be found va-
rious letters of intelligence respecting
the capture of fhips, &c.
From the Weft Indies 60. 214-351. 354.
422. 423. 490. 567.643. 859.
From the East Indies 62. 282. 565. 858.
From Sir Sidney Smith 213.
From Sir John Bórlafe Warren 282. 353.
From Sir Edward Pellew 352. 424.
From Admiral Duncan 422.
From Col. Graham and Lieut. Col. Crau-
'furd 496. 571. 632. 716. 776. 782. 854.
From Capt. Anftruther 710. 779.
From Mr Wyndham at Florence 566.
From Gen. Craig, and Admiral Elphing-
fton at the Cape of Good Hope 784.
Situation of the armies on the Rhine 58.
Armiftice for two months agreed on
59. 65. State of affairs 212. Prefen-
tation of the Princess of France at court
281. Letters fent to the French on
breaking up the armiftice 421. Ope-
rations on the Rhine 572. 718. 859.
FOR various other particulars refpect-
ing the operations of the armies, fee
Letters from Colonels Graham and
Craufurd, and Captain Anftruther, un-
der the head of London Gazettes.
Shaw 357. Trials for treason 647. New
parliament opened 720. Proclamation
by Lord Camden, Lord Lieutenant 788.
French Fleet appears off Bantry Bay
Defeat of the Auftrians 58. Succeffes
of the French 281. Louis XVIII. or-
dered to quit Verona 349. Progrefs
of the French 349. 420. Articles of
fufpenfion of arms with the Duke of
Parma 421. Operations of the armies
Corfica retaken by the
French 787. See alfo London Gazettes.
Amethyft frigate loft 65. Duel be
twixt Major Sweetman and Capt. Wat-
fon 66. Princess of Wales delivered of
her firft child 66. Birth-day dreffes
67. Powder mills at Hounflow blown
up 67. 133. 573. 787. Trial of Stone
for high treafon 132. Admiral Chrif
tian's fleet difperfed by a fevere ftorm
135. Their Majefties affaulted 136.
A lunatic gets into the Queen's apart-
ments 137. Cate of Mrs Phipoe 137.
Of Mr Haflings 215. Mutineers on
board the Defiance executed 215.
Charges exhibited against Colonel Caw-
thorne 284. Ditto against Admiral
Cornwallis 284. And fentence 285.
Terms of the new loan 356. Trial of
Mr Reeves for a libel 356. Poll for the
city of Westminster 425. Capture of .
the Triton East Indiaman 425. Recon-
ciliation between the Prince and Prin-
cefs of Wales 426. Duel between Lord
Valencia and H. Gawler, Efq; 503.
Duel in Hyde Park 573. Aípect of af-
fairs 645. Dreadful fire at Liverpool
646. Amphion frigate blew up at Ply-
mouth 646. Lord Malmesbury fets out
for Paris 719. His reception by the
populace 719. Progrefs of the negotia-
tion 760.833.867. Capture of the Dutch
fleet at the Cape of Good Hope 784.
Eaft India Company refolve to increase
their capital 787. Terms of the new
loan 788. Subscriptions for 860. Let-
ter to the Admirals and Captains of
Lord Howe's fleet, accompanying a me
dal from his Majesty 861. Bill of
mortality, &c. 830.
Houfe of Commons.
Congratulatory Addrefs on the birth of
a Princefs 125. Wafte lands 125. Sup-
ply, extraordinaries for 1796. La.
bourers wages bill 126. Motion for
peace 127. Slave Trade 208. High
price of corn 209. Game laws 273.
State of the nation 275. Slave trade
bill loft 276. Maroon war 277. Slave
trade 344. Dog tax bill 345 Ways
and Means 345. Proceedings regard-
ing Colonel Cawthorne 411. He is ex-
pelled the Houfe 412. Mi Grey moves
for an impeachment of his Majetty's
Minifters 412. State of the nation 413.
His Majefty's fpeech at diffolving the
parliament 418. Lift of new members
chofen 484. His Majefty opens the
new Parliament 705. Debate on the
addrefs 707. Propofal for new levies of
men 772. Army eftimates 774. Novy
and Exchequer bills 774. Cavalry bill
845. The Budget 846. N. w taxes 847.
Ways and Means 851 King's mef
fage, of a rupture with Spain 917. 925.
Mr Fox moves for a cenfure of the Mi-
nifter 917. Motion regarding M. La
Fayette 922. State of affairs in India
Addreffes on the birth of a Princess 129.
Vote of Credit bill 211. M. Burke's
penfion 278. Legacy tax 347.
tional expenditure 415. Finances 417.
Parliament difolved 418. New Parlia
ment opened 606. Proceedings 776.
Debate on the King's meffage 929.
Debate on meffage of the breaking off'
the negotiation with France 930.
The King figns his renunciation of the
Capture of the fortrefs of Derbent on
the Cafpian Sea 501. Death of her Im-
perial Majefty, &c. 860.
The Spaniards difimantle their fhips of
war 281. Declare war against Britain
Mifunderstanding with the Empress of
Exchange of the Princefs Royal of France
for the French Deputies 59.
Note tranfmitted to M. Barthelemi, by
M: Wickham 272. Noie transmitted
to Mr Wickham by M. Barthelemi 272.
Declaration of the Empress of Ruf-
Dispatches to the Ruffian
charge d'Affairs at Madrid, Dec. 1795
756. Anfwer by the Spanith Minister
757. Subtance of the treaty between
France and Spain 758. Decree of the
Court of Spain against Great Britain
759. Memorial of Lord Malmesbury,
and correfpondence with Delacroix,
regarding a peace 760. 770. 833. 867. ́
910. Addrefs of General Wainington
on refigning the office of Prefident of
the United States 828. Tranflation of
Lord Malmesbury's credentials 910.
Declaration of his Britannic Majesty
on the failure of the negotiation for
peace 910. Anfwer of the Court of
Great Britain to the Spanish declaration
of war 913.
Addrefs to jurymen by P. Pindar 124
Alonzo and the fair Imogin 702
An effufion, in the manner of Spencer
Attachment to home 481
Caller herrin 55
Caftles in the air 845
Contented mind 270
Dr A. to Dr E. Quid bellicofus 482
Epilogue to Speculation, a comedy 55
to the Way to get Married 206
to Vortigern 342
Epitaph on Dr Johnson 207
Hair dreffer's petition to Mr Pitt 770
Hawking, a ballad by P. Pindar 56
Influence of local attachment on vulgar
Infcription on a bust of Addison 124
Joan of Arc, quotations from 343
Ode for the new year 54
on winter 57
on a college feaft day 123
to Cynthia, by Dr Walcot 207
on the death of Dr Kippis 270
- for his Majefty's birth day 409
Treatife on the police of the metropolis
Wakefield's Letter in answer to Paine
on the English funds, &c. 836
Wallace's profpects from hills in Fife 624
Whim, a comedy, by Lady Wallace 261
Winterbotham's account of China 339
Woolftoncraft's refidence in Sweden 627
Prayer of Q. Elizabeth 57
Prologue to Vortigern 342
Prologue to the Way to get Married 206
Pro patria mori 703
La Liberta, from Dr Burney's memoirs
of Metastafio 907
Lafs of Fair Won, from the German 482
Labor ipfe voluptas, paraphrased 771
Lawyers out-fet 771
Leonora's vifion from Burger 561
Ledyard's praife of women 770
Lines addreffed to a young lady 562
Lines written by Sir R. Hill 630
Shepherds fong to May 344
Sigh, by Mr Coleridge 342
Sonnet, Queen Mary taking her leave of
Song, in the Lock and Key 207
Sonnet to the evening ftar 409
invitation to a friend 482
– by Sir B. Boothby_561
to Sufan, by Mr Norgate 703
to my Love 843
Spring, by Mifs Seward 342
Thirty-eight, by C. Smith 36
The Wish 123
The Zodiac 123
Old Oliver or the dying fhepherd, by P. Tranflation of De confol. philofophia 410
The menagerie of the gods 630
The magpie, a Tale 631
The tempeft by Metaftafio 843
The modern tippling philofophers 844
Verfes written in an inn 562
PART V. Marriages, Births, Deaths, Preferments, and Sequeftrations.