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ARABIANS, the history of, 2 vols. - detected as an historian
CARD-playing, observations on ELECTRICITY, and the universe,
167 the mechanism of 346 CARTHAGINIANS, their conduct ENSURING the ships of enemies, compared to that of England an essay upon
175 550 “Essay written on a drum-head CHARACTERISTICS of the pre
267 sent political state of Great EsTIMATE of the manners, &c. Britain
283 of the times, vol. II. 308 CHARLES I. account of his life EXPLANATORY defence of ditto and writings, by Mr. Harris
501 320 Expedition, secret, a farce 75 Chiron, or the mental optician - against Rochefort fully 244 stated
.83 CHYMISTRY, elements of the theory and practice of, by Mr.
F. Macquer Commerce and the arts, a vin- Fancy, an irregular ode 162 dication of
352 FARMER. See Surgery CONJUGAL love and duty, fee Farriery, the art of, by Mr. SERMON.
- 46 CONSIDERATIONS on industry Fevers, a treatise of, by Mr.
348 Ball CONSTANTIUS, emperor, an FISTULA lachrymalis, observa
abridgment of his reign 342 tions on, by Mr. Pott 377 Corn and grain, the causes of Folly of appointing men of their prefent high prices 72 p arts to great offices 268
Fordyce, historia febris milia
FRANKEL. See Sermon.
FREDERIC the great in the temDEMONIACs in the New Testa ple of glory
353 · ment, the case of, by Dr. Free, Dr, See Salters. Lardner.
333 FREETHINKER, the political 71 DictioNARY, English and Swedish, by Dr. Serenius 421
Iconological, of images, figures, fymbols, &c. 522 Gospel history, credibility of Doubts, occasioned by the se- Dr. Lardner's supplement to cond volume of the estimate it, vol. II.
42 of the manners, &c. 400 Ditto, vol. TIT. . 188 Douglass. See Impotence . Gooch, Mr. See Surgery. DRAMA, remarks on the state Gout, the management of 347
441 Green. See Sermons.
HABEAS corpus, enquiry into LADIES of Great Britain, an adthe nature of
441 dress to them Haller's disputationes phyficæ LAMENTATIONS of Jeremiah, a 68 collection of odes
153 Harris. See Charles.
LANGRISH. See Small-pox . Henrietta, by the author of LARDNER, Dr. See Gospel, De
the female Quixote, 2 vol. 122 moniacs. . HISTORY ecclesiastical of Eng- Legation divine, of Moses, part
land, by Dr. Warner 89 II. in 2 vol. History of the four last years of Leisure philosophical, or the the queen, by Dr. Swift 249 study of man
265 HOMER. See Poor
LELAND. See Philip. Hommes, les, unis par les ta- Letter from a porter in the lens 148 city
175 Hooke. See Senate.
a fixth to the people of HORREbow. See Iceland. England, 79, a review of ditto,
from Copenhagen, 160
to the mayor of ICELAND, the natural history of
164 by Mr. Horrebow 32 to the right hon. IDOLATRY, the rise, progress, concerning the militia 166 and decay of 343 to the bishop of
N h IMPOTEnce in men, and barren
ness in women, the nature L a seventh to the people of and causes of, by Dr. Doug England
525 Letters two adapted to the INOCULATION, a poem 345 present juncture 206
an account of, by Dr. to the estimator of the Schultz : 386 manners, &c.
404 INSCRIPTIONS, Roman, a col
to the king of Prussia, lection of, in verse 326 by a man of quality 528 Ireland disgraced, &c. 173 Lettre familliari, &c. di Mare ISABELLA, or the fatal marriage, tinelli
144 a play
75 London bridge, the history of ITALY, a chronicle of the affairs
MACQUER, see Chymistry.
Madness, remarks on Dr. BatKNIGHTS, a new scene for the tie's treatise on, by Dr. Monro i comedy of 170
224 KNOWLES, admiral, his conduct Magazines, public, a scheme set in a true light 438 for erecting
76 an irregular, on Fancy MANKIND, inquiries into the
168 nature and constitution of
to the king of Prussia
- 164 MANNING, see Bread.
OPPRESSION displayed, or the MAPHÆUS's Canto burlesqued b aronet and miller, a tale 268
435 OTTOMAN empire, an account Marine fystem of Great Bri- of
260 tain, a plan for regulating it Oxford, bishop of, see Sermons,
by captain Blake MARTIN, Mr. new principles of
P. geography and navigation
281 Paris, a physical case from 66 Memoirs of a young lady of fa- PHILIP, king of Macedon, his mily
170 life, by Dr. Leland, vol. 1. of the last war in N.
79 Ditto, vol. 2. Men, great, who died joking, PHILOSOPHICAL transactions for reflections on
158 1757 MetasTASIO, see Poesie. Physical transaction, a late exMIDWIFERY, a remarkable case traordinary one
71 in it .
67 Pictures, &c. belonging to Military arguments, &c. by king James II. a catalogue of an officer 355. Reply of the
353 country gentleman, &c. ibid. Pitt, Mr. vindication of hiin A final answer to the country gentleman and officer 360. Pleasing, the art of, a poem The officer's answer to the
344 country gentleman's reply Poems, on several occcasions, by ibid. Mr. Thompson
415 MORDAUNT general, proceed
a collection of, or the ings in his trial 86 double folly
431 c- Considerations on ditto Poesie del signor Metastasio 165
423, 511 . N.
Police, an account of, by Mr.
176 Nature, the book of, or the Poor, a treatise on employing
history of insects, by Dr.Swam- them by Mr. Bailey 439 merdam
507 Port, see Fistula. Navy, hints for regulating it Price, see Review.
441 Proje'r d'un ordre tactique 358 NEGOCIATIONS, the principles ProstItUTES, a proposal to ren
: 54 der effectual a plan to remove Novels, a collection of 349 them, by Saunders Welch 526
PROTESTANT, memoirs of, 2 vols O.
PROVENCE, the history of the Odes, to the queen of Poland kings and counts of, abridg'd
Prussia, memoirs of Frederic Sermons by the bishop of OxIII. king of 99 ford
130 PULLEIN, fee Silk.
by the bishop of London, vol. iv,
218 SHERIDAN, his oration 51
SHIRLEY, major general, his QUAKER, the conversion of one 'conduct
. . 176. Silk, a treatise on the culture.
of, by Mr. Pullein 17
Sketches, or essays on various Reeves, see Farriery.
fubjects, by Lancelot Temple, Reflections, moral and criti Efq;.
380 cal, on several subjects 207 SMALL-Pox, plain directions conRegistry of lands, an essay on, cerning, by Dr. Langrish: by Mr. Afgil 249
244 REMARKS on Mr. Douglafs's Smollet's, Dr. history of Eng
treatise of the hydrocele 523 land, vol. iv. REPORT of the general officers Son, the natural, a play 147
concerning the expedition 81 Spirit, national, a source of po. Reflections on ditto 83 litical liberty
348 Review of the principal quef- Stage in Ireland, the case of tions and difficulties in mora
171 lity by Mr. Price 361, 461 Supper, the Lord's, a difcourse
on, in opposition to Dr. Warburton
Surgery, cases and practical réSABLE, Miss Sally, history of 28 marks in, Mr. Gooch 101 Salters, articles proposed to
select cases in, by Me their consideration by Dr. Farmer
350 SWAMMERDAM, fee Nature, Remarks on ditto 446 Swift, see History, Schultz, Dr. see Inoculation. SeAMen, a proposal for the encouragement of 441
T. SENATE, Roman, essays on, pub
lifhed by Mr. Hooke 468 Temple, Lancelot, see Sketches, Sereneus, see Dictionary. THOMPSON, see poems. Sermon on conjugal love, by Dr. Brett
Fast, by Mr. Franklin
by Mr. Agate 248 Vernon, admiral's ghost 163 by Mr. Davis 209 Views of London and Westby Mr. Aston 271 minster Bridges
265 Thanksgiving, by Mr. ULLOA, see America. Frankel
419 UPHOLSTERER, or what news, by Mr. Wefley 495 a farce