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Dr. Beattie's Effays on Poetry and Music, on Laughter, Classical Learning, and
Mrs. Vaucluse's Moral and Entertaining Dialogues, in English and French, for
the Improvement of Youth
A Theological Survey of the Human Understanding i
A Paraphrase and Notes on the Epistles of St. Pauli
An Account of Proposals made for the Benefit of his Majesty's Natal Service
A Letter from Monsieur Des Enfans to Mrs. Montagu, translated by Mrs.
A Discourse upon some late Improvements of the Means for preserving the
* Health of Mariners
The Diaboliad, a Poem
Dilly's Repository, &c.
Rawlins's Second Differtation on Heretical Opinions, &c.
Scott's Introduction to Reading and Spelling
Bp. Pearce's Commentary
Dr. Watson's Hiftory of Philip the Second
Letters on Materialism and Hartley's Theory of the Mind, addressed to Dr.
Charles and Charlotte
Dr. Ogilvie's Rona,
Voltaire's Historical Memoirs
Mason's Caractacus, a dramatic Poem
Mrs. Cartwright's Letters on Female Education
Clarke o Penal Statutes
Carracioli's Life of Lord Clive
The General Fast, a Lyric Ode
Eftwick's Letter to Tucker
F E B R V A RY.
Dr. Beattie's Effuys on Poetry and Music, on Laughter, Classical Learning,
Melinoth's Sublime and Bea itiful of Scripture
Voltaire's Historical Memoirs,
Philosophical Tranlactions, Vol. LXVI. Part If:
Dr. Ogilvie's Rona,
Letters on Materia urm, &c.
Sir John Hawkins's General Hiftory of Mufic,
Dr.'Higgins's Philosophical Essay concerning Light,
A Theological Survey of the Human Understanding,
M. Dignan's Essai sur les Principes Politiques de l'Economic publique, - 136
Di, Price's Additional Observations on the Nature and Value of Civil Liberty,
Savage's Tragedy of Sir Thomas Overbury, with Alterations,
Dr. Grant on the Epidemic Cough and Fever,
on the peftilential Fever,
Musgrave de Arthritide,
The Genius of Britain,
Noortbouck's Historical and Claftical r @ionary,
a fuigrave on the Worm Fever,
Medical Observations, &c.
Grole's Colletion of Plans,
Smith's Observations on the Laws relating to Debtors and Felons,
Popham's Collection of Latin Poems,
Bp. Hurd's Sermon's at Lincoln's Inn,
Dr. Amory's Sermons,
New Translation of Josephus, "
Fry's Edition of the Bible,
Bp. Hurd's Faft Sermon,
Mr. Le Brocq's
Mr. De Courcy's,
Other Single Sermons, on various occasions,
Miscellaneous Works of Lord Chesterfield, -
Philosophical Transactions, Yol. LXVI. Part-H. continued
Bp. Pearce's. Commentary, ..:.:-
Buaite Erays; : . ::.
Life of Mr. Hume, ...
Smollet's 'Works and Life.
Poems, fuppoffdat8 Irave been written by Rowley, &c. : '. 210
Forster's Account of Cook's Voyage, •
The Ordei of Canforth Sion improved,
Observations on a journey io Paris,
The Rudiments of War, .
Mac Mabon on the Candour and Good-nature of Englishmen,
White's Treatise on Pregnancy, . . . . I
Griffith on Hectic and Slow Fevers, -
Anfteii Epiftola ad C. W, Bampfylde, Arm.
The same, translated,
A Monody on the Duchess of Northumberland,
Stockdale's Elegy on a Lady's Linnet,
Beavan's Box-Hill, . .
The Goat's Beard,
Welcy's Concise History of England, .
Ryland's Preceptor, .
Memoirs of the Countess Dubarre,
The Ele&rical Eel,
Letter to Courtney Melmoth,
Theodosius and Constancia,
A PRI L.
Dr. Maty's Memoirs of the L fe of Lord. Chesterfield, with his Lordship's
Letters to his Friends,
The Bishop of Rochester's Commentary on the Four Evangelists, Ads of
· the Apoftles, &c.
Carter's Journey from Gibraltar to Malaga, illustrated with Views, Medals,
Sir John Hawkins's History of Music,
A journey to the Highlands of Scotland, with Remarks on Dr. Johnson's ·
Tour, by a Lady,
The Gamblers, a Poem,
De Lolme's History of the Flagellants,
A Letter to Courtney Melmoth on his Liberal Opinions and the Pupil
• of Pleasure,
The Englishman's : night in Paris, &c.
Stockdale's Discourses, Thervations on Soame Jenyns's View, &c.
Forster's Account of Capt. w. 's Voyage,
The Modern Traveller, a Collection of useful and entertaining Travels
Dr. Ath's Sentiments on Education, collected from the best Writers,
Stockdale's Poetical Excursions in the In: of Wight,
Reliques of Genius, by the late Mr. Ryan,
Mrs. Chapone's Letter to a New-married Lady,
Letter to Dr. Smith, on the Life, &c. of Mr. Hume,
Malton's EiTay on publishing Works by Subfcription, &c. -
Lord Chesterfield's Characters of eminent Personages,
Dr. Watkinson on Inoculation,
Letter from Dr. Lettsom, to the London Reviewers,
is, ha ; ,, MAY.
Archaeologia ; or Miscellaneous Trias read at the Society of Antiquaries,
Vol: IV. :
Melmoth's Apology for the Life and Writings of David Hume, -
Dr. Maclaine's Series of Letters to Mr. Jenyn's,
Capt. Cooke's Voyage towards the South Pole, and round the World, - 347
Dr. Berkenhout's Biographia Literaria, vol. I.
Mr. Tooke's Translations of Pieces on Sculpture, &c. from M. Falcones,
* and M. Diderot,
Poéticat. Amusements at a Villa near Bath, vol. III. ***
Dr. Leake's Medical Instructions towards the Prevention and Cure of Chro,
*t pic Diseases peculiar to Women,
Ellay on the Dramatic Character of Sir John Falstaff,
The true Sonship of Christ investigated, by a Clergyman,
Dr. Willis on Agiftment Tythes of unprofitable Stock,
Cameron's Tranation of the Fiogal of Ofian,
Letter to the Duchess of Devonshire,
Mifplaced Confidence, or Friend fhip betrayed,
Shrubfole's Christian Memoirs,
The Torpedo, a Poem,
Dialogue on Friend thip and Society,
The Way to be Rich and Respectable,
Squire Randal's Excursion round London,
Authentic Narrative of Facts relating to the Exchange of Prisoners at the
Written Law the , Security, and Happiness of a Frce State, a
Alles Ears, a Fable
True" Account of the Trial of Mr. S. Bruckhaw's Axion for fa
Reflections on Gaming, Anovities, and Ufurious Contracts,
Mr. Burke's Letter to the Sherifs of Bristol,
Enlay on Bri:inh Liner:y,
Lord Chelterfield's Characters Reviewed,
Williams's Christian Hifury
Dr. Hulme's Oratio de Re Medica cognofcenda & promovenda,
A Fast Sermon,
Ode to Dragon,
Letter on Education, . -
Art of Conversing,
Madge's Address to Christopher Twistwit, Esq.
Mr. Martyn's Address to the Inhabitants of St. Ann, Weftminster,
The Lion extricated,
New Paradise of Dain:y Devices,
Henry and Eliza,
Armárong's Survey of the great Poft-road between London and Dover,
Gellert's Metallurgic Chemistry, by Seiferth,
Heath Hill, a Poem,
The Gan ble's, Canto 11.
Cozens's Oeconomy of Beauty, .
I v 'N E.
Dr. Robertson's Hiftory of America,
Caspipina's Letters, with the Life of Mr. Pend,
Aikin on the Ap; lication of Natural History to Poetry, - -
Young's Spirit of Athens,
Archaeologia ; or Mifcellaneous Tracts read at the Society of Antiquaries,
Dr. Worthington on the Gospel Demoniacks,
Ben Mordecai's Answer to Soame Jenyns's View of the Internal Evidence
of the Chriftian Religion,
Falconar's Experimental Inquiries on the Blood, Lymphatic Glands, &c.
Murray's Leiter to Mr. Malon,
Philosophical Disquifitions on the Chriftian Religion, addressed to Mr.
" Jenyns and Dr. Kenrick,
Agricola's Observations on Timber-Trees,
The Double Delusion,
Beauties of Naiural History,
Pra&ical Treatise on Chimneys,
Six Odes to Mrs, Macaulay
The Contrast, by A. C. Dodd,
Ganganelli's Letters, vol. 3.
Free Thoughts on the American Conteft,
Dr. Smith on the Use and Abuse of Mineral Waters,
The Champion of Virtue,
Letter to Mr. Hardinge on Shakespeare,
Answer to Mr. Burke's Letter to the Sheriffs of Bristol,
Letter to Lord Chatham,
Authentic Account of the Life and Writings of Dr. Dodd,
Letter to Men. Fletcher and Peach, on their Negotiation with Dr. Dodd
A Monttrous Good Lounge,
Second Letter to the Duchess of Devonshire,