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TITLES, AUTHORS NAMES, &c. of the Publi cations reviewed in this Volume.
N. B. For REMARKABLE PASSAGES, in the Extracts, see the INDEX, at the End of the Volume.
Arts, fecond, from the York
ADVENTURES of a Hackney Coach,
AGRICULTURE. See RozIER.
AMERICA, Pamphlets relative to, 72,
AMERICAN War, a Poem,
AMMOENITATES ACADEMICE, Se-
lea Differtations from,
ANDREWS'S Two Additional Letters to
ARNOLD. See MAYER.
ART of War, a Poem, by the
ANDREWS's Baron, &c. a Mufical Co
ANECDOTA Græca, &c.
ANECDOTE Hiftorique de la Colonie
ANECDOTES of Olave the Black,
APPEALS relating to the Tax
AUSTIN'S Examination of the
Books of Euclid's Elements,
AUTHENTIC Rebel Papers,
BAYARD, Hiftory of,
BAYEN and CHALARD'S Chemical In-
quiries concerning Tin,
BEAUTIES of Spring, a Poem,
BERLIN, Mem. of the Royal Academy
there, for 1779,
Brvy of Beauties,
BIBLIOTHECA Arabico-Hispana Escuri-
BLACK on the Small-Pox,
BLIGH. See DEFENCE.
BRANDT's Sele& Differtations, from the
BRIEF Confiderations. See KIRKPA-
BRIEF enis reifenden, ueber den gegen
waertigens Zufland Von Cassel, &c. 465
BROTHERS, an Eclogue,
BRYANT's Vindicia Flaviana, 429
BURROW's Reports of Cafes in King's
Bench, Vol. V.
BURTENSHAW's Letters to Lord Manf-
BURTON's Poem on Superftition, &c.
ARON, &c. a Comedy,
BARRINGTON's Mifcellanies, 263 BATAVIA, Memoirs of a Society of Arts and Sciences established there, 540
Thoughts; or Inquiry into our national Difcontents, &c.
CARDIPHONIA, of, the Utterance of the
Buckford's Thoughts on dusting
AST Indies, Tracts relative to, 71,
EDUCATION, See KNOX.
156, 312, 468
EPISTLE from a Cat, &c.
Perfian, to Madan,
Poetic, to Robertson,
Heroic, from Veftris, to Hei-
Poetic, from Petrarch to Lau-
ESSAY on culinary Poisons,
on Female Education,
EVERY Man his own Farrier,
Excise Laws. See MACKAY.
on the Character of Methodism,
on the Seduction of Women, 237
on the Right of Property in
on the Nature and Exiftence of the
FAMILIAR Epiftle from a Cat to
FARRIER. See EVERY.
FAWCETT on Religious Melancholy,
FEARNE's Copies of Opinions, &c. 394
FERBER'S Phyfico-metallurgical Differta-
tions on the Mountains and Quarries
FIELDING's "Brothers," an Eclogue,
FISCHER uber die gefchichte des Defpo-
tifmus in Teutfchland,
FOREIGN LITERATURE, 137, 227,
304, 378, 455 481
FOTHERGILL, Dr. affectionate Tribute
to the Memory of,
Crabbi's Library, a poem 128.
Difcon's new Durkish Zoles, 461
Dive, See Howe
HAYLEY'S Triumphs of Temper, a
HELP to Elocution,
HENRY'S Method of preferving. Water at
HZRIOT's Defcriptive Poem, written in
the West Indies,
HEROIC Epifle from Veftris to Heinel,
HIEL, Narrative of God's Dealings with,
HILL's Bleffings of Polygamy displayed,
Cobler's Letter to the Author of
HIRD's affectionate Tribute to the Me-
mory of Dr. Fothergill,
HISTOIRE de l' Academie des Sciences, &c.
Paris, for 1774,
de la Chirurgerie,
de l'Acad. Royale des Sciences
at Paris for 1775,
for 1776, 487
HISTORICAL Anecdote relative to the
Grecian Colony that fettled in Corfica,
HISTORY of Defpotifm in Germany, 467
and Management of the Eaft
of the Chevalier Bayard, 47
HOGARTH, Biographical Anecdotes of,
HOLCROFT'S Duplicity, a Comedy, 370
HOLE's Tranflation of Homer's Hymn to
HOLLOWAY'S Letter to the Jury who
HOLL's Affize Sermon,
Howɛ and Dive, two Actions between,
ACKSON's Treatife on Sympathy, 240
IBBETSON'S Differtation on
dicial Cuftoms of the Saxon and Nor-
on the national
Affemblies under the Saxon and Nor-
JERUSALEM, Abbé, his Letter concern-
ing German Literature,
ILLINGWORTH's Signs of the Times,
JOHNSON's Temple of Fashion, 235
Biographical Prefaces, Vols.