Abbildungen der Seite
PDF
EPUB
[ocr errors]
[merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][graphic][ocr errors][merged small]

Printed for R. GRIFFITHS: And Sold by T. Becker and P. A. DE HONDT, in the Strand.

M.DCC.LXVI.

950017

408

TO THE
TITLES, AUTHORS Names, &c. of the Books

and PAMPHLETS contained in this Volume.

N. B. For REMARKABLE PASSAGES, 'fee the INDEX,

at the End of the Volume.

BRITISH PUBLICATIONS.
Anderss to the region Berlin HOU r': Pharmacopacia

409
to Dr. Brown, 232 BErrow's Lapse of Souls,

484
to the Parliament, 325 BICKERST AFF's Alteration of Wy:

to the People,

396 cherly's Plain Dealer,

77

to Free Masons, 397 Birks's Arithmetical Collections,
to the Bishops,

395
Adventure of a Bale of Goods, BLACKRIE's Disquisition on Me.

157

dicines for the Stone, 414

ADVENTURES of Harriot Spright- BLACKSTONE's Commentaries' on

ly,

241

the Laws of England,

107

of Jack Wander, 407

concluded,

378

AGRICULTURE. See View. BOMBAY-CHURCH,

80

Axesside's Ode to Edwards, 403 BOOKSELLERS, a Poem, 481

ALEXANDER's Paraphrase on Cor. BORDEU on the Pulse,

24

i. c. 15, &c.

443 British Liberties, &c. 483

AMERICÁ, North, Pamphlets re- Brown's Letter to Lowth, 58

lating to, 64—155—238 Answer to Dirco, 232

AMOR Y's Sermons,

289

Free Address to, ib.

AMOURS of Lais,

241

Expostulatory Letter to, ib.

ANDREWs's Translation of Virgil, Burn. See EXAMINATION.

405

Addenda to his Ecclefiaftical

ANSALD on the Tutelary Gods, 475 Law,

ANSWER to an Extraordinary North BURTON'S Papists and Pharisees

Briton,

72 compared,

to a Colonel's Letter, 162 ANDID Examination of the

to Piti's Speech,

C ,

326 Impartial View,

to the Case of the Mills CAUTIONs to the People 238

Frigate,

325 CAVEAT to the Will of a Vicar, 324

ANTE-NUPTIAL Fornication con- CHARTER's of the Provinces, 68

fider'd,

87 CIDBER, Mrs Poem to her Me-

APOLOGY for a celebrated Favo mory,

243
rite,

482 CLANDESTINE Marriage, 215
Appeal to Magna Charla, 483 CODBE's Acct. of Bombay-church,
APPLICATION of Pol. Rules, 161

80
Atkinson's Poetical Sermon, 165 COLIGNON's Medicina Politica, 75

COLONIES, North-American, Im-

ADDELEY's Discourses, 247

portance of,

64

Baker's Witticiíms, 473

Examination of the

BATH Guide,

467 Rights of,

ib.

BAUME-DE-VIE,

Confiderations on the

BEAUTY, a poetical Effay, 481 Propriety of Taxing, 65
BECCATELLI's Life of Pole, 294

General Opposition of,

Becker on the Vegereal Disease, 74 consider'd,

68

COLONIES.

[ocr errors]

-

318

[ocr errors]

316

E E

cy, zd Edit.

COLONJES, Justice and Neceflity of DISSERTATIOx on the Pagan
Taxing them,
71 Mysteries,

245
true Interest of Britain Dixon's Sovereignty of the Divine

with Regard to,

- 155

Administration vindicated, 327

Defence of, 157. DODDRIDGE, Dr. his Life, 145

their Claim to an Ex- Double Mistake, a Comedy, 78
emption from Taxes, examined, DOWLING's Book-keeping, 233

161 Dummer's Defence of the New-

the late Regulations re- England Charters,

64

specting them, confider'd, 238 Du Port, de Signis Morborum, 100

CONPERENCE, Account of,

155 DMONDS's Address to the Free.

ConfessIONAL,

329

Masons,

397

CONSIDERATIONS on the Ameri- EFFusions of Friendship and Fan-

can Stamp-act,

65

313

--- on the Proprie- Eliza, or the Hift. of Miss Gran

ty of taxing the Colonies, 65

ville,

82

on the Points Ellys's Tracts on Liberty, con-
lately brought into question, ib. cluded,

181
on the proprie- ELPHINstone's Principles of the

ty of taxing the Cofonies, 162

Eng. Language,

473

on the Power Entails, Law of, Address con-

of Parliament,

156 cerning,

326

relative to Ń. ENTERTAINING Fabulist, 82

America,

157 Erskine, Ralph, his Sermons, and

Cooper's Discourses, 485

other Works,

167

CORN-TRADE, Tracts on,

359

John, his Theological

CORONATION of David, 406 Dissertations,
Cotton's Lachrymæ Elegiace, Essay on Man's Original State
Translation of Ditto, 166-167 and Fall,

167

COUNCIL in the Moon, 42 on Shares of Inclosures, 367

CRISIS,

157 on Man's original state, 484

Crito; or Essays, &c. 303 EXAMINATION of the Rights of

CRUCIFIXION, a Prize-poem, 82 the Colonies,

64

CUMBERLAND, D. of, his Lise, 234

of Kenrick's Re-

Poem on his Death, 242 view,

316

CUNNINGHAM's Poems,

351

of the Impartial

View,

318

Athe's Hift. of Hamburgh,

of Dr. Burn on the

475

Poor's Laws,

407

D'AVENANT the Globes,

401 EXCHEQUER, Rules and Orders

Davies's Sermons,

485 of,

484

Defence of Kenrick's Review of ExpoSTULATORY Letter to Dr.

Johnson's Shakespeare, 44 Brown,

232

of the New-England TABULIST, Entertaining, 82

Charters,

64 Faithful Fugitive, 241

of the Colonies, 157 Falstaff's Wedding, 240, 320

of Natural Religion, 370 Farther Appeal, in Behalf of

DEMAGOGUE,

243

the Indians,

326

DeMI-REP,

241 FESTOON,

83

D'ESPIE on fecuring Buildings FIELDING's Charge to the Jury, 407

from Fire,

234 FLORIDA. See Stork.

DIALOGUE in the Shades, 232 Foote's Dramatic Works,

240

DIRECTIONS for the Choice of FORNICATION consider'd, 87

English Books,

475 FREEDOM of Speech, &c.

392

GENERAL

F

« ZurückWeiter »