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Silk worms, on rearing of, in Water pipes, an efficacious me
Séouland,

237 thod of drawing off accumu-
Sinclair, Sir John's address to lated air from,

323
the Society for the improve- Wilson, Reverend James, his

ment of British wool, 31 method ofdecompuling Glau-
Sketch, descriptive, of Edin- ber's falt,

310
burgh, when viewed as a Windischgratz's Problem, 225

picturesque object, 241 Wool, British, Society for im-
Sketches, characteristical, of Mr. provment of,

31
Fox,

Y.
Solitary philofopher, a living Young, Arthur, Esq. view of
character,

19 the amount of the taxes on
Songs, Scottish, on,

his eftate,

180
Sparrows, miscellaneous re- Obfervations on do.

265
224
Spewing out of plants, pheno-

POETRY.
mena, 'of explained, 297

A.
Statistical inquiries, observa-

Address to Robert Burns, 11ο
6

to the Swallow, 274
Story, a Moorish one, 335. Aldridge, Doctor, his five rea-
Subtenants, petition and com-

sons for drinking,

230
plaint of,

300 Ambition, on the vanity of, 274
Swedish turnip, letter on, from

B.
Doctor Coventry of Edin- Burns, Robert, address to,
burgh,

C.

Cherokee Indians, death-fong
Tale, Walter,
231 of,

109
Taxes, amount of, on the estate Cumming, extracts from his
of Arthur Young, Esq.

poems,

187
Observations on do.

265

-Effects of war,
Test act, Union Parliament, 270 Love of fame,

188
Tondi and Ruprecht, Messrs. -Mifer,

189
account of their discoveries -Benevolence,

ib,
of metallic earths,

324
-Howard,

ib.
V.
Varieties in Natural History, Death song of the Cherokee
utility of attending to with Indians,

109
regard to practical arts, 339

E.
Vegetables, inquiries concern- Edwin the comedian, on the
ing useful productious that

death of,

230
may be obtained from, 215 Egremont, Earl of his fair

thief,

71
Walpole, Sir Robert, anecdote

F.
of,

144 Fair thief, by the late Earl of
Walter, a tale, translated from Egremont,

71
the French of Mr. le Grand, 231

H.
Happiness, !a poem, extracts
from,

187
Hill, Aaron, prologue by,

279
Horace imitated,

148

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Horace, ode'attribued to, with its
translation,

354 Piay ticket,
1.
Prologue by Shakespeare

279
Johnson, Dr. S, his address to

La by Aaron Hill, ib
Mr. Urban,

29

S.
K.

Shakespeare, prologue by, 279
Kate o' Bruntsfield links, 357

verses on, 355
L.
Sonnet from Werter,

230
Lammy favourite new song, Swallow, address to,

274
147, 200
Lark, a song,

319 Tale for the ladics,
Lover's wish,

317

U.
M.

Urban, Mr. address to, by Dr.
Massinger's play, “ a new way

S. Johnston,

29
to pay old debts," extract

V.
from,
352 Vanity of ambition,

274
N.

Verses on the death of Lady
Night thoughts a fragment, 229 Mitchell,

315
Nothing new,

148

W.
0.

Werter, Sonnet from, 230
Ode to content,

316 Whist, a poem, extracts from, 28,69
attributed to Horace, White Rose

218
with its translation, 354

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ib. I. S from bottom, for young and p. 14. note, I. 2. for freignt, read freight fmiling, read young, my liniling p. 17, note. bot. add, the same effect p. 2017 motto, for Tib. 43 Ec. read would be produced

Tib, 1, 3. El. p. 26, 1. 2d from bottom, for favour. ib. l. 2. for thort read itrit able, read unfavourable.

ib. I. 3, for, ose read rise p. 27. 1. 4tb, for Kunk, read thrunk.

p. 202, + from bottom for insc ib. for Sainroin, read Sainfoin

read inserted p. 28, 1. 6 from bottom, for broken, p. 204, 1. 17, for Jack and Jenny read read hrazen

the wooing of Jock and Jenny p. 36, line 20, for salt (merring, read ib. note, for 'Troipart read Froilart falt, smearing.

p. 205, 1. 3, for provided, read promotp. 40 l. 26, for aurels, read laurels.

ed p.is, l. 5. for rate read rule.

p. 209, 1, 21. for Scots read score p. 60,1. 17, for husbandmen mifanpre. ib. l. 27, for make a new model of, hend, read hufbandmen thould either read make, or new model mirapprehend

p. 210, Sig. for Runcole read Ruricola p. 64,1.4. for concerting read conduct- . 211,1, 28, for quick read Meg. ing

P. 214, notel, :, for great read aerial P, 69, 1. 6, for the, read they

p. 225 l. 1, for crown read brown b. l. 3 from bottom, for the virgin's P. 232, penult, for Amadas of Sebaila, hand, read her virgin hand

read Amadis, of Sebilla ib. I. penult, for fighs read figns p. 237, l. 18, for bertizen read Bertep. 70, between the 10 and 11 line, add a line of dotts

ib, 1, 20, for Norille read Noaille ib. 1. 19, for always on read oft upon p. 238,1' 3t for owe read own p. 71,5. 12, for enough his mind re- ib. 1. 35, forfatterers read futterers veald, read his mind enough re. P. 295, note i, 14, for Brtiith read Briveal'd

tith p94, !. 12. for propable read probable p. 255,1, 7 from bottom, for mild read P.77, l. 22, for ane read and

wild ib. l. 30, for ventulution read ven- p. 274 motto, for Sapiffet read Sapuiffet tilation

p. 275, 1. 17 from bottom, for ot read 6:79, 1. 4, for hat read that ib, 1. $, for hat read that

p. 279,1.1, for kiug read King p. 84, 1. 24, for plants read plains

ib. 1.7 from bottom, for glast read p. 108, l. 18, for fcringa read feringa glass D. IT!, 1. 18, for probation read pro- ib. ib. for fnpply read supply tedion

p. 280, 1, 5, for to to try read to try p. 113, 1. 7, for Sir John read Sir Wilo p.

294,1. 19, for substances that, réad lam

fubitances laid upon objects that . 138,1. 5, for Hymn I. rend Hymn II. ib. I. 24, for have been, read have not ib. 1. 20, for upon read up on

been ib. l. 22, for o er read over

P. 299, l. 20, for under read in p. 143, 1. 11 from bottom, for even : 305, 1, 11, for rife read use read Leven

ib, laft line, for rutt read trust 174. 1. 10 bottom, for abforl read p. 306, note 1, 2, for respected read re* absorb

puted ib. 1. 6 for Bergmarn read Bergmann ib. 1.4, for involuntarily read involun. M. 179, 1. 12. read thus. Soon after

tary the earthquake at Lifoon happened, p. 307,1, 14, for tew read few loft almoft all his property. But after: P-312; 1. 13; at the end of the para.

graph add left a part of the alkali wards the lucrative division of the

disengaged prize money, gained by thc capture p. 323, 1.11. for cylindrical read fpheof the Hermione, having made a more rical than favourable change in their

p. 325,1. 13, for ducility read du&ility circumstances, there generous Capol p. 327, 1. 8, from bottom, for Schimtains, &c.

nitz read Shemnitz This extraordinary error was occafion-p. 328,1. 3, for primatie read prismatic ed by the careleisness of the transcribe. 332,1. 20, for* confounded read con. er, and ought to be altered, as it ma. founded

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