Two Historical Pieces connected with the American War of Independence.
Conspiracy of Arnold and Sir Henry Clinton, against the United States,
and against General Washington, translated from the French of Count
Conspiracy of Arnold, 1780,
An Account of the Operations of the French Army in the United States of Ame-
rica, during the War of their Independence ; translated from the French of
the Memoirs of Marshal Count de Rochamheau,
The Discarded Prodigal; or, a Cure for Coquettes. A Tale,
Account of a Pedestrian Excursion from Geneva to the Valley of Chamounix,
and of a Visit to the Higher Regions of the Mer de Glace,
Account of a Disputation between a Christian Monk, and three Learned Mo.
hammedans, on the Subject of Religion, translated from the Arabic,
View of the Progress and Present State of the Arts of Design in Britain,
Price of Stocks for each Month in the Year,