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tion 676. A man of sense and of her loss, and the hardships of the meal for the poor 491. An
cunning 289. Of his join the crew 316

advertisement against writers of
ing with France ib.

Douglas, a tragedy, proceedings incendiary letters 554. Carters
Cumberland, D. of, arrives at of Edinburgh presbytery with licensed 555. Improvements in

Hanover 206. Heads. the ar- respect to fime ministers who church-mulc 260
my of observation 246, Retreats went to see it acted 47. See E- Edinburgh assize of bread 49.
419 His dinburgh, Carlyle, Home, GC. 221, 79. 439, 96. 559.

lols 421. Signs a convention The dramatic story of Douglas baxters diffent 49
with the French 483. Arrives 138. Characters of it : Mr Edinburgh prices of meal 56.
. at London in a very private Home's dedication of his four 112, 68. 221, 79. 327, 84.
manner, and resigns his com- diflertations 293. xtracts from 433, 96. 559. 61):71
missions 549.

See Hanover the Critical and Moothly Re. Edinburgh presbytery informa-
Cupples, Mr, rebuked for go-
views 294, 6

gainit certain niinisters who were
ing to the playhouse 158 Douglas, Mr J. proceedings rela- to see the tragedy of Douglas
Cynical fournels described

447 ting to his settlement at Jed- acted 47. Cenfure Mr. White
Damien, Fr. attempts to stab the burgh 265. 610. Excerpt of of Liberton ib. Their admo.
French King, and is seized 43. a representation to the commif- nition against stage-plays 18.

Account of him, and of the at- fion about that settlement 610 Their letter to the presbyteries
! tempt 98.99. Proceedings a- Dresden fortified 205. See Sa- 214. The answer by the pref-
gainst him 157. His fentence xony

bytery of Dunse ib. Their re-
and execution 249

Drowned person recovered by ply to that of Dalkeith about lia
Danish ambassador recalled, and rolling and blooding 427 belling Mr Carlyle 158. Their

another appointed 551 Dublin city's compliments to proceedings on the complaint
Dantzick, price of corn there Mell. Pitt and Legge 375 relating to Essays on morality
moderate 204

Dunfe presbytery's letter 214 108
Daun, M. memoirs of 402. De- Dutch, dangerous for them to af. Edinburgh fociety, the persons to
feats the King of Pruslia 36 3.

Gift Britain 331.

See United whom iheir premiums have been
and the Prince of Bevern 644. Provinces

adjudged 49.- 52. 378. Of
Is defeated by the King of Pruf Dyfart, Mr, of Eccles, censured ter premiums for the culture of
sia 647. See Austrians, Prussia for going to the playhouse potatoes 52. Premiums offered
Dearth, disturbances on account


for 1757 160. A list of the
Earlston presbytery give a discreet managers and officers 163. Que-
Death, Capt. See Terrible pri- answer to that of Edinburgh ftions treated in their general


meetings 163: 260
Debates, on the motion for a bill Earthquakes, the philosophy of Eeel, a large one caught 662
to encourage seamen 39. 63. 357. at Lilbon 117. 248. in Effingham, E. his defence 197

of 257

169. 225; On the treaties different parts of Denmark 155. Elders, proceedings in the af
1 with Ruffia and Helse-Caflel at Sallee 370. in Italy 488. femhly with respect to the com-
281. 329, 85

Loss by it at Syracuse ib. Con- millions of fome not duly at-
Decimius, C. his speech on the tradicted 537. in France 661. tested 261. A diffent from the
feamens bill 39
at the Azores 602

judgment ib. The reasotis of
Denmark, affairs in that king- East-India !!ps arrive in Leith the diffent 234
dòm la year 17

road 322. Sail tor London 378. Electrification cures convulsion-
said to enter into a new treaty A bounty granted to their crews
with Sweden 155. He refolves 322. An annuity, fettled on Emlıden seized by the French
to observe a neutrality 30 4. A one who lost his leg 549

squadron of his thips joins one East-India company's settlements Empress-Queen, account of the
of Sweden 363. His minister in Bengal taken by the nabob altercation between her and
C. Lypar mediates in a conven- . 252, 3.

Retaken 373.

Her troops de feaied
tion between the French and nahob defeated 543 Font Chan- at kowoltz 8 She refolves to
Hanoverians 483 Col. (amp- dernagore taken from the French ennoble militar yofficersu ho bave
bell arrives there from England 45.4. See Bengal, Clive, Wat. leived thirty years 97. A Tif
530. Friendthip and commerce fon

of her tiveps to be employed
with Spain riftured 641 Edinburg'', account of a society 205 Her trocips efeated at
Diamond, Benj. thot for defertion in thai city for promoting relin Reichen'erg 240. at Prague
gious knowledge among the .

1 he conditions upon
Discipline, house of 446 (429

poor 341
A hot preis 108.

which she offered a neutrality
Dilenters liable to be hemiffs . Meal fold to the poor below the to Hanover 310.
Distillery, abıtract of the act to market-price it

A new con- defeat the Pruitians near Kaur
prohibit it 151. The probibi- , tribution for it 259. Removals

zim 363

Destroy Zittau 417.
tion continued til Dec. 1 5.255. take place according to the new • 18. Decline to fight the King
Further continued 66}. Par- Ttyle 260. The yacancies in of Piussia 486. Attack che
liamentary proceedings relauve the churches deterred io be fup. Pruffianat Hennersdorf 85, 7,
to prohibiting the ditliliery 567 .plied 263., A vindication of Defeat the Prince of Bevern
Doddington Indiaman, account the magittrates with reipset to 644. Defcated at Brellau 647.



The King

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See Austrians, Hungary, Prussia. sy meets 603. Account of fail ib. Another fails 1:57. Dai
Her ambassador at London re- their proceedings 603, 46 Col. mage done by the melting of
called, and his letter upon it Clerkis better 622. Number snow 101. The parliament of
371. The King's answer ib. and difpofition of the French Befançon register the royal de-
She orders the British to departland-forces 623. Sir John Li. claration 248. Account of a
from Ofend ib. Causes.Oltend gonier's paper 624. Gen. More mandate of the Bishop of Soil-
and Nieuport to be garrifoned daunt's secret instructions 625. fons id. A fevere declaration
with French troops 372.

Her His letters to Mr Pitt 626, 7. issued against authors, printets,
remarks on the Prussian memo- Adm. Hawke's letter to him oc. of pieces against religionor

626. Councils of war 627. the King's authority 249. Ano.
Emperor presses the states and The report 628. A court-mar- ther Squadron fails 250. Troops
circles to furnifh their contin- tial meets for the trial of Gen. to bemarched towards the coast
gents to the army of the em- Mordaunt 662. This expedi- of the ocean ib. Troops march
pire 155. Threatens the flates stion desired and pressed by the to reinforce the army in Alsace
of the cirele of Upper Saxony King of Prussia 624

313. Of an attempt to excite
206. His aulic council's final Farley, a printer, tried-429 - the Proteftants in the fouthern
resolution against the King of Fast appointed 610. Extracts of provinces to-revolt ib. Of an
Prussia 206. Orders their re- the form of prayer composed accommodation between the
folution against him to be pu• for it 699

• King and the parliamentarib.
blished 488. Declares for a Feudal property, extracts of More war-lhips ordered to be
neutrality in Tuscany 155, 6. Dalrymple's history of 453. Of built it. The King iffues ane.
His commissary in Italy destroys the introduction of the feudal dict for a lottery 370. The
a road in the territory of Luce system ib. Of fucceffion in the East-India company's affairs tan-
ca 369

collateral line 455. Character guilh 371. Of his Majesty's
Ellays on morality, &c. com- of this piece by the Monthly letter to the parliament of Be.
plaint relating to 'it dismissed 'Review 453. by the Critical fançon 371. Ricard, an accom-
Review 458

plice of Damien, executed 425.
Execution-army, the princes who Fever, desperate, fingular reco- The King forbids the Procelt-
furnished croops for it 96. The very from 462

ants to alienate their effects, cor
Duke of Wurtemburg's troops Flanders mails

, order about 429 leave the kingdom ib. » The
refuse to serve 244. Mutiny Forbes and Kearn, of the fetcle- commerce declines through ttigh
and desert 368. as do those of ment of chofe parishes 265 insurance 537. The intelline
Heffe- Darmstadt ib. Of the Fordyce's temple of Virtue epito- dispures terminated ibu Printers
Palatines ib. The execution- mized 445

of libels condemned to the galo
army marches to Thuringia Foreign alliances not formerly keys 538. Extracts of a man-
487. and many desert from it sought after by our kings 386 date of the Archbishop of Paris
ib. A part of it beaten near Foreign troops, proceedings on the ib. An armament carrying on
Gotha 532. Diffenfions between
bill for quartering them 621

> -at Toulon $39.

The ifle of
them and the French ib. Their France, fate of affairs in that Aix taken by the British feet
general fummons Leiphe 592. kingdom laft year 117. An ar- sor. See Expedition. An earth-
The army defeated at Rolbach tempt made to affaffinate the quake on the coast of Norman.
593. Further accounts of the King 43. The wound not mor- dy and Britany 661. A fqua.
defeat 641. See French, Pruf- tal ib. The alla fin feized and dron fails from Toulon ib. The

tortured 43. 44

A particular Louisburg squadron arrives ib.
Expedition, fecret, preparations account of the alla fin, and his French, their army affembles on
for 375. 430. The feet fails

attempt 98. 99. Proceedings the Rhine 155. Marches into
488. The troops that imbarko againft him 157. His sentence Germany 206. Seizes the Prul-
ed, and the names of the war. , and execution 249. The par- fian dominions 206, 46. Invells
Thips 488, 9. Spoke with at - liament of Pau refuse to regitler · Gueldres 206. Takes it 424.
Sea 489. An account of it by a royal declaration 42. The Another army formed in Al.
a voluntier 497. The gazette King's anfwer to the grand face 207. Skirmishes between
account 501. Mr Pitt's letter chamber of the parliament of them and the Hanoverians 146.
tu Adm. Hawke and Gen. Mor- Paris 42 43. A French squa- Attack the Hanoverians in paff-
daunt 502. The grounds on dron arrives from the West'in ing the Weler 311. Take
which the expedition was found-


New representations - Embden, and possess themselves
Accounts of it by Mr to the King by the parliament of all East Frielland 369. En-
Pitt ib and by the French 504. of Paris 97. Some members ter the landgraviate of Heffe-
Reflections on it by the Patriot who resigned, banilhed 97. 98. Caffel ib. Palš the Weser with.
"ibe by the Monitor 505. and . Threatening letters found at · Out opposition ib. Lay Hano-

by the Citizen 508. The com- Paris and Versailles Too. The ver under contribution: 419.
manders in it to be tried 548. kingdom in a distracted condi- Rettore C. Bentheim to bis e.
Poems occasioned by it 508, 28. tion ib. Mef. Macbault and Nate ib. Defeat the army of
Motion for addresting the King d'Argenson dismissed from their obfervation 419. &c. Take
on the miscarriage of it 548. employments 101. War-lhips. Hamelen 423. M. Richlieu
Drope iba: The board of inqui- fitted out ib. Two Squadrons' gets the command of them ib.


dies 44.

ed 503.

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Pursue the army of observation. They are an overmatch for a. ordered to be laid up there ib.
424. „The convention between

ny one nation in Europe 175. Gilson, Mr; teaches mufc public.
M Richlieu and the Duke of Britain the only nation they ly 260. Precents in the new
Cumberland 483. Of the French fear ib. They are at open church ib.
proceedings in Hanover 485. war with us 177. The danger Glasgow, the Macfarlane obfer.
M. de Luce's letter to the lates they would be exposed to in in- vatory founded there 431, In-
of Lubeaburg485. They march vading us 519

dian corp meal fold 259. Re-
towards Magdeburg 488. The Fulvius, Co. his speech on the solution of the presbytery con-
proceedings of their army seamens bill 174

cerning stage-plays 47. Cba.
underthe Prince de Soubise 534. Gabel taken by the Austrians racter of the Glasgow Homer
- They rifle the arsenal at Gotha

ib. An action between a party Gazette prophetic 512

Gout, an uncommon crifis of it
of them and one of the Prusfians General aslen.bly meets 260. 463
-534, 2. Differences between Lord Cathcart commissioner, Grain, a summary of what has
them and the army of the em- and Mr Leechman moderator been wrote on the high price of
pire 532. M. de Richlieu en- 361. Commissions not duly af- it 139. An affecting contralt

fers the Brandenburg dominions tested received ib. A diffent from between. Itarvelings and those
*433. The combined army this judgment ib. The reasons who pamper pleasure-horfes 195.
march to the frontiers of Saxony 234. Of discontinuing the Sa- Grain imported 319.

3592. Defeated by the King turday and Monday sermons in bited to be exported 550. Mobs
of Prusia at Rosbach 593. The the synod of Argyle 462, and on account of the high price of
- French army break the conven- the friday fellowship-meetings it 606
stion with the Hanoverians 597. in that of Sutherland and Cath. Grampus, large, franded and
6518M. Richlieu's letter to ness 263. Determination of killed 662
Pr. Ferdinand of Brunswick 650. the prosecution against Mr Car. Grant, Maj. arrives at London

The Prince's answer651. They lyle for going to the playhoufe from the King of Pruffia 606
abandon Lunenburg 653. Burn 264. Overtures relating to the Greaves, Capt. fined for illegal-
the suburbs of Zell 654, 5. Mage and to limoniacal practices ly impressing 429
Surrender Harburg 645. ib. Proceedings relating to the Grier, Mr, deposed 273
The French minister at Dref settlements of Stonykirk, For. Gueldres besieged by the French
den ordered to depart-205. bes and Kearn, and Jedburgh 206. Taken 424

Their minister's declaration on 265. of Abbotthall 266. The Gum, atringent, use of 702
this countrymen entering the case of Prof. Brown of St An- Gunnery, improvements in it
- compire 309. A fquadron cha drew's ib. See Commission proposed 359.

fed by one of the British 248. Genucius, Cn. his speech on the Haddington prices of grain 558
French troops garrison Oftend seamens bill 171

III, 68. 221, 79. 327, 84.
and Nicvport 372. A list of Genucius, T. his speech on the -4395 96.559,615, 71,
their feet at Louilburg 373. treaties with Ruflia and Heffe. Halienus, L. his speech on the
The French take Fort William Caflel 281

feamers bill 225
Henry 540, 1. The articles Germany, Nate of affairs there Hanover, the Elector's declara-
of the capitalation 541. The last year 2. Impossible for it tion on his army taking the field
capitulation bafely violated by to defend itfelf, or any of its 245. The interest of it pre.
them ,598.: M. Montcalm's allies 286. The princes of that ferred to that of G. Britain 284.

detter on that subject 600. See empire who declare for and a- 285. Dangerous to engage in a
- British William - Henry. gainst the King of Prussia 96. war on its account 333: A
1-Fort Chandernagore in Bengal The Elector of Hanover's de- dangerous topic 336. Necef-

taken from them 5456 The claration on his assembling anfary to us, and gives us weight
articles of the capitulation of observation 245. The ib. Our treaty with Prussia en-
See Bengal. See Cumberland, French minister's declaration dangered it 520. Neutrality for

Richlieu. Number and dispos to the diet, on the troops of his Hanover proposed 310. Con-
-Sition of the French troops 623. nation entering the empire 309. vention for the army with the
Prisoners fent home 375. Re- A supplement to it by ihe Em- French 483. The convention
ward offered for discovering the press.Qucen 310. Pruffia and broke 597. 651. The Elector's
negotiators ofia, loan for the . Hanover claim the assistance of motives for taking up arms a-
French 606.--How we have the empire againt the French gain 651.

Memorial to the
en cajoled by the French 64. 31. Extracts of a Prussian diet 657. See Army of obfer.
Their patience political65. Ac memorial to the diet, on the varion, Cumberland, French,
counted for 68. The majority French entering Westphalia 366. Germany
s-of them not for a war ib. They A manifesto by the Elector Hanoverians and Heflians imbark

Audy the disposition of their of Brunswick-Lunenburg. 651. for Stade 256. Proceedings on
people 68, 9. Their conduct An Hanoverian memorial to the the bill about quartering them
Father prudence than patience diet 657. See Austrians, Bat-
09. Their faithlets behaviour tles, French, Prussia. Map of Harburg besieged 653. Taken
in America 171. Vigorons mea-, Germany, fronting p. i. .655
fures again them, belt 172. Gibraltar furtified 97. Provisions Harrison, Mr, of his machine for

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discovering the longitude 606 Hudson's bay fleet arrive in Leith Keith, M. memoirs of 405A-
Harvest, good, thankigivings for road 322

necdotes concerning 523. Sum-
Hughley fort taken, and the ci- moned to furrender Leipfic
Harvest-home, how celebrated ty burnt 374

1592. His answer ihr Lays

Hume, Mr. D. the dedication of Bohemia under contribution65o.
Haltenbeck, battle of 419 his four dissertations 293 Further corrections of and addje
Hawke, Adm. arrives from Gib- Humility described 449. tions to the memoirs of bim
raltar 44. Sails on a secret ex- Hungary, Q.ot, had many claim- 698
pedition 488. Returns unluc- antsto her dominions 679. Her Kilbirny house burnt 258,0"}
cessful 501. Sails again 548. answer to the King of Prussia's King, his message to parliament
Returns 662. See Expedition claim of Silesia ib. Her hard relating to his electoral domi-
Hemeralopia, its description and Stuation 681. Of a subscrip nions, and the King of Prussia
cure 581

tion in England for her ib. Ar 102. concerning the oath of fe.
Hena: fdorf, action of 486 sisted by Britain ib. Her fue- crecy 105. for recompensing
Herculaneum, Beho's account of celles 682, 6. Cedes Silesia to the Americans, and affining the

509. Discoveries in 573 the King of Pruflia 683. A East-India company 255. for
Herring fishery, abftract of the new war begun againn her by defraying extraordinary ex-
act for further encouraging it that King 688. Her answer to pences ib. His speech at the

his declaration 689. Hur peace close of the festion 320. at the
Herrings, great take of 259.492. with him 694. See Empress opening of the fellion 607. His

declaration, as Elector of Hano
Hleffe-Cassel, debate on the treaty Hunting at Kello 555

ver, upon the army of observa-
with 281. 329, 85. Troops of, Jamaica fieet, rehections on its ar- tion taking the field 244. in
imbark 256. Seized by the rival 430

answer to the representation of
French 369. The troops of, Jaw locked, cure of it 462. 578 the Prussian minister 48s. The
of little service here 282. How Jedburgh. See Boston, Douglas King of Pruflia's letter to his
they behaved towards us in the Illiberis, acts of the council Majesty 530. The authentiei-
lalt war ih.
at, discovered 370

ty of this letter impugned 597.1
Highland battalions two to be rai. Infamy, dungeon of 446,7 His minifter's memorial to the
fed 55. A list of their officers ib, Inoculation proposed to be sen- diet of the empire. 657. His
Sail for Corke 259 for Ameri- dered more general 74 motives, as Elector, for taking I
ca 375. Nine companies to be Insurances on lives, thoughts on up arms again 651. Earl of
raised 396. Sail for Corke 611. 569

C-d's petition to 468. His..
Arrive 665

Intemperance, abode of, described present to the British musæum
Holburne, Adm. sails for Corke 446

427. Compliments the French.
252. for Ainerica ib. A lift Johnson, Mrs, who he was 586. King on his escape 157. His
of his squadroa 251: 373. Or- Described ib. Mistress to Sir declaration on the Imperial mi-
dered to inquire after some W. Temple 586, 8. Mother nifter being recalel 371. See
English pirates, 252. Arrives to Stella 5 86. Married to Ralph Hanover
at Halifax 425. His proceed- Mose, and why $ 87. See Stella Kings, loans to, without the con.
ings there 539. His feet da- Joy, fatal effects of sudden 550 sent of parliament, unconftitu.
maged by a storm 540. Ac- Ipecacuanha in small doses, vir- tional sos
count of the damage 6oo. The tues of 634

Knowles, Adm. a political anec.
Adm. comes home ib.

Ireland, the work for carrying on dote relating to 232. Exami-
Holdernesse, E. of, his declaration the inland navigation begun 320. ned in relation to the secret ex-4

to the Prussian miniller 485 The King's charity to the poor pedition 604. See Hawke, Ex
Home, Mr John, of Athelfton. of that kingdom 320. An ex- pedition
ford, writes a tragedy called hortation read in the Roman- Ladd, John, invents a new whecho 1
Douglas 47. Informed against Catholic chapels in Dublin 553. machine 257
to bis prefbytery ib. His tra- Proceedings of the Commons Langton estate fold 66556
gedy acted at London 158. Pro- with respect to pensions 609. Lawson, Mr W. his extraordi.
ceedings in his presbytery about 664. Grants 664. The Duke nary memory 614
him 47. 158. His case refer- of Bedford arrives at Dublins 53. Leeward island feet arrives 430
red to the fynod, aod remitted Extract of his speech ib. lllues Reflections on it ib.
back to the præsbytery 217. a proclamation against export- Legge, Mr. See Pitt
Kesigns his charge 274. Gets a ing grain ib. The hospital for Lehwald, M. his declaration on í
gold medal as a present from Mr Junatics opened ib. Value of the march of the Prussians 361.
Sher dan 662

corn imported into Ireland 665 Answer to the Ruslian memoriala
Home, Mr W. of Polwart, cen- Irvine, appeal about the magi- , 478. Attacks the Russian ar- 1
fused for going to the playhouse stracy of, determined 666 my. 479. Sends troops to Po-

Julius Florus, his speech on the merania, 530. Marches to that
Hope described 449, 50
feamens bill 177

duchy 598. The - Swedes res i
Horatius Barbatus, Q. his fpeech Jupiter's satellites, eclipses of 703 treat before him 650.: See A-
on the creaties with Russia and Kat, a favourite of the Prince of praxin, Prussia, Ruflia, Sweden
Hello-Callel 329
Prunia, çxecuted 675 : Leth races, account of 431A




Homer 570

Sails 488, 9.

His ipeech


, History, &c. 1757.
Lewis XIV. a remarkable and Why not attacked 539. A vio Douglas 296. of the Glasgow
fwer of 67

lent hurricane near 540. See
Lewis XV. K. See France Lowositz, battle of 8 (Holburnc Moore, Com. fails for the Welt
Life, table of the probabilities of Lues venerea, a cure for 702

Indies 319
its duration 568. Of insurances Luscar coal, experiments on 629 Mordaunt, Sir J. appointed com-,
on lives 569

Lying in hospital, number of mander in chief on a secret ex-
Ligonier, Sir J. his paper of ad- women admitted into it 551 pedition 430.
vice to Gen. Mordaunt 624. Macintosh, A. tried for stealing Returns unsuccessful 458, 9.
Promoted 557. 615, 71

Mr Pitt's letter to Sir John 502.
Ligustinus, Sp. his speech on the Mackenzie, Mr Rod. admits Mr General orders about conduct-
seamens bill 69

Bolto at Jedburgh 667. Ac ing it 497. Other orders 499.
Lime-water cures an inveterate count of him 668

Proceedings on the inquiry into
fore leg 701

Maclean, H. tried for murder his conduet 603.
Lind, Dr, on måthy and woody 260. Executed 377

to the board 604. His fecrct
grounds 3 54. His experiments Mair, Mr T. deposed 212. See instructions 625. His letters
on Luscar coal 629
Associate fynod

to Mr Pitt 626, 7. The report
Linen cloth stamped for sale in Marine society, account of it of the board of inquiry 628.
Scotland last year 112. Prizes 232. Royal donations to them Tried by a court-martial 662.
on fine linen determined 611. 256. Their present to Justice Sce Expedition
Lisbon, a violent shock of an Fielding 605. Men and boys Morgan, Warkin, imprisoned for
carthquake there .248. Other fitted out by the fociety 429 uttering counterfeit coin 375
fhocks feit 661. See Portugal Marischal, E. the King of Prussia's Mortality-bill for London 55.
Lisla, accounts of the battle of letter to 525

111, 68, 220, 79. 327, 84-

Marshy grounds, Dr Lind on 439, 96.559. 615,71
Liver, worm bred in it 578


for Edinburgh 55. 112, 68.
Loan, French, advertisement a- Mafon-oath, Affociate synod's 220, 79. 327, 84.439, 96.559.
bout it 606

act about it 432.

A Free Ma

Loans to the King, without the fon's examination of the act - general, for London and E.
consent of parliament, uncon- 583

dinburgh 705
ftitutional 565

Meal prohibited to be carried out Mucilage of gum arabic, its effi-
Lobb's cure for a catarrhous of certain fhires 259

cacy 702
cough 635

Mealmongers, proceedings against Murray, l'eter, his unparallelled
Lockhart, Capt. his bravery, re-

conduct and bravery 379
ward, and descent 612 Medical society, account of one Robert, his heroism 324
London, freedom of, voted to at London 461. Their obser- Mushrooms, their poisonous cf-
Meff, Pitt and Legge 256. Pre- vations 462. 578. 632. 701

fećts 431
sented to them 318. Their Memel taken by the Russians Minilic, of fine tasie in 636
answer ib. Aslize of bread 429. 362. 416. Chastity of the wo- Nadasti, C. papers found in his
Diflenters liable to be theriffs men at 479

baggage 5 34. Takes Schweid.
429. A motion made for ad. Merc. corrof. fublim. cures the
dressing the King upon the fai- lues venerea 702

Navy, corrupt practices in vic.
Jure of the secret expedition, but Meffiah, account of a false one tuulling it 228
withdrawn, and why 548. Ga- Meteor, remarkable 554 (631 Navy-lieutenants, admiralty-or-
zette of 1788 512

Meteorological journals 196.237. der about 44.
Longitude, abstract of acts about 323, 78. 435, 52. 558. 704 Navy-surgeons, the pay of their

it 606. Machine for discover- Militia, abstract of the act 344. mates augmented 548
ing it considered ib.

History of the bill 617. A great Neonomianism, Aflociate synod
Lochian fynod's proceedings rela- omistiou in it 620. Of exerci- vindicated from the charge of
tive to Mell. Carlyle and Home ling the militia on Sundays 618.

217. See Carlyle, General af Diiturbances occasioned by the Netherlands, Austrian, Oleod
sembly, Home
act 430. 549. Cause of those

and Nieuport garriloned with
Lottery, scheme of it 102. Ré- in Nottinghamshire 549. Num-

French troops 372.

The Bri-
fections on it 523. Tickets ber returned for the west riding tish ordered to withdraw from
delivered 429. Begins to be
of Yorkthire 430

See Empress-
drawn 489. Ends 550. An Minister, encomium on a late one Queen
Irish lottery prohibited 429 167, 7. Cenfure of him 181 Neumarck, or Lisla, battle of 647
Loudon, E. fails for Halifax 372. Ministers manfes liable to the News-papers, considerations on

Arrives, and is joined by Adm. window-tax 377. See Commif- the additional duties on them
Holburde 425. Imbarks for fion

attacking Louisburg 539. Lays Modelly introductress to Virtue Numisus, L. his speech on thic
aside the expedition, and why

feaniens bill 66
ibo Sails back to New York ib. Monitor's reflections on the secret Oath of puigation censored 401
Louisburg in distress for provi- expedition 505

Oaths, ceremonies adhibited to
fions 1o1. A French ficet there Monkish ansterity described 447 584:

Of the oath in the com
373. A fatal distemper at 426. Monthly Reviety's character of missary-court is.



nitz 590, 1

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