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TITLES, AUTHORS' Names, &c. of the Pub-
lications reviewed in this Volume.
N. B. For REMARKABLE PASSAGES in the criticisms and
Extracts, see the INDEX, at the End of the Volume,
For the Names, also, of the Authors of new Dissertations,
or other curious Papers, published in the Memoirs and
TRANSACTIONS of the Scientific ACADEMIES at Home or
on the Continent, and also for the Titles of those Dissertations,
&c. of which Accounts are given in the Review,-see the
Index, printed at the End of each Volume.
spocalypse, Evidence for,
Arcbenzolez's History of the Freebooters,
ACCOUNT of John Marriott, Page 445
Adams's Letters on Silesia, 350 Aritbmetic, Practical,
Address 10 Electors,
Art of Defence on Foot,
to Sir F. Burdett,
ib. Asiarie Researches, Vols. VI. and VII.
Reply to Ditto,
Admirai Aplin Indiaman, Letters inies. Atkinson and Wolker-Representation of
cepted on board,
334 the Manners, &c, of ihe Russians,
Adversity, a Poem,
Æsop's Fables, new Version of, 100 Aronement, Sermon on,
Africa, Travels in,
Audi alteram partem i real Situation of
Agriculture, Board of, Communications
to, Vol. III. Part II.
*269 Austria, Costume of,
Aide de Camp,
Aterblad on the Egyptian Inscription,
Alley's Judge, a Poem,
Barrow's Travels in Africa, Vol. II. I
Amadis de Gesl, trapolated, 415 Berlin, Cos respondence from,
Bertrand de Molleville's Costume of De Acron's Tale without a Ticle, 213
292 Defence of Mrs. Godwin,
Bisset's History of the Reign of Gco.lll. De Launay's Mineralogy of the Antients,
Blagder. Se: Prevost.
Dewar's Observations on Diarrhæa, 425
Bonaparte and the French People, 46
Diarrhea, Observations on, 425
Borz de Sir Vincent's Travels in the Dickinson's Antiquities in Nottingham-
449 shire, Part 11. Vol. 1.
Bougies. See Smyrb.
Dickson's Hints to the People,
Brancb. See Holloway.
Dictionary of Polite Literature, 441
Brayley and HerbersSyr Reginalde and
of Natural History, concluded,
Bridgman's Translations, 332 Discovery, Maritime, Progress of, 402
157 Dissector, London,
299 D Oliver's Trombadour,
Bucban's Advice to Mothers, 104 Duncan's Plea for Grief,
Burdeti, Sir F., Speeches of, 335
's On Earth Peace, an Invoca-
calm Address to, 433 tion,
- Reply to Ditto,
ib. Dunning's Minutes of Experiment on
Putler's Horæ Bibli a, Part II. 160 Vaccioation,
Bulcon's Lewes Library Suciety, 97
Byerley's Nature, a Novel,
Education, Modern, Treatise on, 106
Ekction, Two fold, Considerations on,
Cassaro-il fiore della Poesia Italiana, 103 Electors, Andrese to,
Catuelan, Comce.de, Italy and England Essay on the Art of Tormenting,
107 Euclid, Edition of,
Cavalry. Y comanry, Address 10, 328 Eve,o! San Pietro,
Cbeltenbau Waters, Treatise on, 431
Evidence for the Apocalypse,
Cbrist's Descent into Hell, Serinon oli, Europe, Disorganization of, View of,
Clarke's (Dr.) View of the Disorganiza.
tion of Europe,
-'s (Mr.) Edition of Falconer's
's Progress of Maritime Disco Fables from Dante, &c.
402 Falconer's Shipwreck, new Edition, 215
Clergy of London, Speech on the Bill Family Tour,
fur relieving ihem,
209 Farner's and Gardener's Directory,
Cock's Answer to Lord Sheffield, 205
Communications to the Board of Agricul- Fasbionable World displayed, 332
ture, Vol. III, Part II.
269 Fate, a Novel,
Correspondence of a Gentleman at Berlin, Fever. See Weod. Sec Iequiry.
184 Filkes's Sermon,
Correspondence witb tbe Reviewers, Fiore della Poesia Itatiana,
111, 112. 224. 336. 418 Flowers of Literature,
Gostume of the russian Empire, 179: Fear of the Horse, Anatomy of,
293 Foxcbecour's (Countess de) Infantine
Cow pox, Tracts relative to, 252. 257. Dialogues,
321. 323, 324, 325
Freebooters, History of,
Frencb. Verbs, &c. See Juigné,
George II', Reign of, History of, 434 Infantine Dialogues,
Geukester, Bp. of, bie Fast Sermun, Inoculation, See Cow-fox.
223 Inquiry into the Condition of the Navy,
his Sermon for the
Reply to Dirto,
Godwir, Mrs. Defence of, 447
into Discontents in Ireland,
Golison's Coses of Smail-pux, 252
into Rot in Sheep,
Grocb's (Mis.) Sherwood Fores', 214
into the Causes of Fever, 429
Grandmaison s Love Epics,
511 Inscription at Rosetta. See Akerblad.
Great Cry and little Wool,
Junes, Sir W., Life of,
Journal of an Excursion amung the
Ireland. See Hay.. See Inquiry. See
Hamburgb, Travels from, 113. 236 Italy and England considered,
Hankia's Perpetual War, perpetual Safety, Judge, a Poem,
Juigné's Table of French Verbs, 108
's Ditto of Pants of Speech, 109
Harrison on the Rot in Sheep,
on the French Tongue, ib.
Hay and Straw, Observations on cut-
Juvenal, Translation of, ; 167
Izarn on Stones fallen from the Clouds,
Hay's History of the Wexford Insurrec-
Hays's (Mrs.) Harry Clinton,
Heer. See Leslie.
Heime's (M18.) St. Clair of the Isles,
2r2 Kepler, Account of his Discoveries, 18
Herbert and Brayley, Poems, 93
Herdman on the Management of Infants,
Hertfordabire, Agriculture of,
Higolands, Observations on a Tour in,
Hill's Experiments on Vaccination, 325
Lackingron's Confessions, .
La Fosse's Veterinarian's Manual, 326
(Dr.) Theological Institutes, 398
Hints to the People,
La Harpe's Lyceum, Vols. XIII. and
History of the French Revolution, Vols.
Lakes, Observations on a Tour to, 331
XIX, and XX.
Lambert's Description of the Genus
See Hay. See Bisset.
Holirofi's Travels from Hamburgh, 113.
Landaff, Bp. of, his Sermon on the
Suppression of Vice,
Holloway and Branch, the British Mu.
La Valliere, Duchess of, « Romance,
Hore Biblicæ, Part II.
Law's Sermon at Cambridge,
Hersley, Bishop, his Edition of Euclid,
Lee's (Miss) Life of a Lover, 359
See St. Asapb.
Leslie on the Nature, &c. of Heat, 76.
Lester on cutting Hay and Straw,
Runtingford, Bp. See Gloucester. -
Letter to a Parishioner,
to Sir R. Wilson,
Letters of Miss Riversdale,
J and J
intercepted on board the Admiral
Yameson oa Chelteabam Waters, 431
Jauffret's Travels of Rolando, 441
Lewes Library Society, a Poem, 97
Imison's Elements of Science and Art, Leylen's Scenes of Intancy,
65 Life of a Lover,
Infants, Discourses on the Management Lina's Powers of Genius,
Observations on a Tour in the Wesiem
Highlands of Scotlant,
On Earth Peace, an Invocation, 440
Our Country, a Puem,
Literature, Course of, Vols. XIII. and
Guide to the History of,
Libelogy, Almospherical, 501
Lord Masor, Epistle to.
Lorenzo de' Medici, Poems of, 274
Luke Sre Sr Luke.
Lyceum, Vors. XIII. and XIV.
Perp at he World, .
Perpetual War the only perpetual Safety,
Petrarca, a Selection of Sonnets, 435
Pindar, Peter, -Great cry and lonele
Epis:de to the Lord Mavis,
Pine, Descrip'ion of that Genus, 282
Playfair's roofs of the Fale fication of
the intercep:es 'o respondence, 335
Ples for todulgence of Grief, 439
Poems. Ser Strangford, Leyden. Bray-
ley, Crawford, Alex. Burton, Lorenzo,
pener, Poulert, Linn, Wrangbam.
Poesie del Lirenzo il Magnifico, 274
Poor, Soci, ty fur belle int', Reports of,
Powieri's Adversity, a Poeir,
Powers of Genius,
Prevost and Blagdos--Flowers of Litera-
Pride ot Ancestry,
Progreus of Marime Discovery, 402
Puisaye, Comie de, Memoirs of, 17%
MCringer's Treatise on Modern Educa.
Man in the Moon,
Marrioti, John, Account of, 545
Marsb's Translation of Juvenal, 167
's (H.) Translation of Michet iis,
Letters to the Author of Dito,
Medicine, History of,
Memors of Comte de Puisaye,
Meused's Guide to the History of Lireia.
Michael Angelo and Shakspeare com-
Military Force, Ji quiry into, 329
Mineralgy of the Antieots,
Mmpie (Miss) Union, Novel, 3'3
Minstrelsy of the Scittish Border,
Molleville. Se• Bertrand
Moniugu, Lady M. W., Works of, 31
(Mr.) Testacea Britannica,
Morbers, Advice to,
Raising of Jairue's Daughter, a Poem, .
Remarks on Marsh's Translation of Mi.
Letters to the Author of Do.,
Reply to the Inquiry into the Navy,
to Address to Sir Francis Burdert,
Report of the Speeches of Sir F. Bus
Reports of the Society for bettering the
Poor, Vol. 111.
Revolution, French, History of, 538
Ricbards'Practical Arithmetic, 108
Ring s Answer to Goldson, 257
Riversdale, Miss, Letters of, 212
Robinson's (Miss) Wild Wreath,
Rollo's Reports of Cases of looculation,
Observations on a Tour to the Lakes,