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LITERARY JOURNAL.

GIVING

A candid Account, with Abstracts of,

or Extracts from, the New Books and PAMPHLET S, published in Great-Britain and Ireland, as they come out.

VOL. VI.

By SEVERAL HANDS

LONDON: Printed for R. GRIFFITHS, at the Dunciad in St. Paul's

Church-Yard. 1752.

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Titles, Author's Names, and Subject-Matter of
the Books and PAMPHLETs in this Volume.

Buse of poetry, a fa. Baade occasions

A

B .

1:5

223

of capt.

A.

B.
Buse

Addelley's sermons on feve-
tire
79

314 Adaps on mr. Hume's Ballad, new, on subsidy treaties essay on miracles

71 Address

, serious, on the abuse Bates's essay towards a rationaé in the practice of phyfic 318 of the literal doctrine of ori. Adventures of a valet

110 ginal fin
Greenland
310 Beauty in danger

483
Acock on the defects of the poor Beauty of holiness in the Com-
laws
96 mon-prayer

240 All pi, Antonii, ædis Chrifio Bevic patriot

148 lim alumni, odarum libri duo Bolirgoroke, lord, his letters on

350

the ftudy and use of history Analogy between the propaga

279-41 tion of animals and that of

remarks on his letters vegetables, philosophical ob. on history, so far as they reservacions on, by dr. James

late to sacred history 399 Prrions

367 apologetical view of Andra, a new game at cards 77 his moral and religious sentiAnimadverfions on mr. Brown's essays on the characteristics Brecknock's prejudice detected 152

238 cursory, on a late Brine's true sense of atonement controversy relating to the for original fin, &c. in anmiraculous powers

107

swer to mr. Taylor's fcripture Animal spirits demonstrated 49

doctrine of atonement, exaApollo, proceedings at the court

mined

240 317 Bulkeley's discourses on several 4; at beojis of the fair-fex 76

fobjects

300 Å beila, adventures of 249 Burlamaqui's principles of poliArnold's distress, a poetical es.

tical law

268 say

156 Burton's translation of Perseus's Arfinde : or the incestuous mar- satires

235 riage. A tragedy 315

C.
Art of making lugar

235

, esq; epidle his dialogue between a

236 member of parliament and Aviron, Charles, his effay on

his servant

237 musical expression

Candis

ments

ib.

346

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316

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AT AB L E Candid remarks of mr. Taylor's Deism genuine antimethodisin doctrine of atonement exa- &c.

152 mined, by George Hampton, Defcription of a certain lady at M.A.

70 present conccald. &C. 232 on Whitefield's sermons 483 Defigns of Raphael, remarks on Catalogue of Romih relicks to

147 be disposed of by auction 233 Discovery. An ode

317 Cenia: or the supposed daugh. Discourses, political. By David ter

148
Hume, efq;

19 Cenfor, dramatic. By several

on several subjects. By hands

234
Charles Bulkeley

300 1 Chapman on the miraculous

of dr. Foster

331 powers

483 Disenting parishioner's reply to Chenau's true French master 147

his vicar

153 Chriftian manual, being a tranf. Disertationes 2. critico facræ, lation of Erasmus'senchiridion &c.

74 & milites christiani 151 Disertation on fuppuration 157 Cibber, mrs. her oracle. A co- on several scriptural exmedy 239 pressions

240 Clarke, Charles, on an ancient Dijrefs. A poetical essay. By piece of money found at El- mr. Arnold

136 tham in Kent

69 Dodd's beauties of Shakespear, Clora: or the fair inconstant selected

311 history of the herring 482 Clio: or a secret history of the Doddridge, dr. a poem to the life and amours of the cele.

memory of brated mrs. S-N-M 148 Douglas's description of May 263 Clos, du M. his memoirs illar- Dramatic censor. By several trating the manners of the hands

234 present age, translated 443 Dress, the importance of

, 395 Connor, Jack, the hiftory of 447

E.
Confiderations concerning the re- Cclefiaftical

430 150 ElElricity, Sc. a treatise on. Consummation. A sacred ode 156 By Francis Penrose, surgeon Cofiard's differtationes 2 critico at Bicester

438 sacrz

74 Elfrida. A dramatic poem on Counterpoise

. Being thoughts on the model of the ancient a militia, and a ftanding ar- Greek tragedy. By ms. Mamy 95 son

387 Country — y, a lick at 239

remarks on 483 Cyger, the abbe, his fupplement Emendations on an appeal from to lord Anson's voyage, 233

the late dean Swift 238 Crilo: or a dialogue on beauty. Epifle to the hon. Årsbur Dobbs,

By Sir Harry Braumont 226 esq;
Cursory animadversions on alate Erasmus's enchiridion & milites

controversy concerning the christiani, translation of 151 miraculous powers

107 Efcapes of a poetical genius 155 D

Ejay towards a rationale of the Aulnoy's

literal do&rine of originál Gin. Mub

By James Bale, M.A. 223
Ditince of dr. Pocus and dr.
Ma'a

152

136

venue of the customs, G. ECclefiaßical hilory, remarks

2:6

D'Aulnay's court of queen

145

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(

Duelofs See Memoins

238

Elin on me. Hume's essay on Frivola, discovery of the island
miracle. By William Adams, of

233

M. A.

71 Fun. A parodi-tragi-comical la-

on the virtues of sugar tire

G.

Elleri's Swe-

G- 231

animals. By dr. Whytt 182 Gerjini's catalogue and defcri-
new, on Divine Provi.

prion of Rembrandt's etchings
dence
152

311
moral and miscellane. Gilbert, Sir Jeffery, his abstract
ous. By dr. Fortesque 78 of Lock's essay on human un-
Evani's history of modern en- derstanding

397
thusiasm

153 Gibbs's translation of Osorio's

Eugenia. A tragedy. By mr. hillory of the Portuguefe 196

Francis

238 Glas's account of ancient baths

Eunuch: or the Northumberland

319

thepherd

147 Gordon's comedies of Terence 311

Examinotion of a piece, entitled, Grace. A poem

240

Heaven open to all men 313 Grafigny's Cenia: or, the fap-

F.

pored daughter

148

fir Rofaniond to the fair Hi- Greenlund, capt. adventures of

bernian

79

310)

Farmers and traders apprehen- Grey's critical, historical, and

fions of a rise on carriages, explanatory notes on Huchas

&c.

235

bras

235

Tawks's version of Douglis's

H.

deicript on of My

263 Amlet, miscellaneous ob
Female paricide

231

fervations on
Quixote: or, the ad- Humpton's remarks on mr. Tan.

ventures of Arubella

249

lor's doctrine of atonement

Fielding's exainples of the inter- examined

7)

position of Providence in the Happiness revealed. Being the

detection and punihment of lequel to the economy of hu-

murder

311

312

Flemyng, Malcolm, on the ner. Hardy's theory of the moon

49
made perfect

12;

Fordyce, mr. David, his dialogue Hurmin, Ephraim, his letter ti

concerning the art of preach- dr. Thomas Raudolf 313

ing

416 Harris, his Hermes : or, a pha-

Foore's comedy, called Tafle 77 losophical enquiry concerning

Forteque's efrays, moral and

language, & c.

miscellaneous

78 Heifler's anatomy, a compeu-

Fojter, dr. his discourses on all dium of, traolated from ste
the principal branches of na. Latin

397

tural religion and Social vis. Henderson's Bistory of Fredita

161

king of Sweden 146

his second volume of d. fine. A tragedy - 315

discourses

3 Hermus: or, a piilosophicalen.

Free and candid diiquiations, quiry concerning language
remarks oa

62 and unire fal grammar., B;

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