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Table of the Titles, Authors Names, &e. of the Publications reviewed in this
Volume, including both the Original Criticism, and Reviewers Reviewed.

Address of the Associate Synod to the

People under their Charge 128
Adelaide de Narbonne 59
Adonia, a desultory story 398
Agutter s Difference between the Deaths

of the Bigh eous and the Wicked 101
Aikin's Le t':rs from a Father to his Son 329
AUwood s Literary Antiquities of Greece 391
Annual A ithology 412
An: ual Register, the New, for 1708 337
Aatonio, or the Soldier's Return 01

Bardomachia, or the Battle of the Bards J 93

Baring's Observations on the publica-
tion of Walter Boyd, Esq. 182

Barton's Sermon on his Majesty's Pro-

clamation, recommending Economy

in the use of Grain 400

Benson's Vindication of the Methodists, i56
394.

Birth Day . 60

Bleamires Remarks on the Poor Laws 4 5
Bogue's Discussion of Divine Truth, a

Sermon 199
Hwles's Reflections on the State of Society
'at the close of the eighteenth Century 14
Boyd s Letter to the Right Hon.W. »ice 65
r—Brief Observations on Boyd s Letter

to the Right Hon. W. Pitt, 74,312

Butler's Letter to a Nobleman, on the

repeal of the Penal Laws 184;

C.

Campbell's Lectures on Ecclesiastical

History 142,273357,
Candid Appeal to the Nation upon the
present Crisis, and the recent Change
of Ministers 408

Carr's Farewell Sermon 403

Claims of Thomas Jefferson to the Presi-

dency, examined at the Bar of Chris-

tianity 306

Craphara's Sinfulness of withholding

Corn 402

Clowes, on the present Scarcity 401
Cogan's Philosophical Treatise on the

Paffions 32

Conftantia Neville . 60

Com Trade W 8>

Core's Inquiry into the Necessity, Jus-

tice, and Policy of a Commutation os'

Tithes "288

D.

D'amberger's Travels in Africa 40

Dark Cloud in the Political Hemisphere

broken '. 412

Daubeney's Sermon on Cruelty to

Dumb Animals • 190

Pen Us Character of the King, a Ser-
mon 40S

pHlon's Question as to the Admission of
Catholics to Parliament 301

E.

Eden's Estimate" of the Population of ~'
Great Britain and Ireland 172

Edward's effectual Means of providing
against Distress, apprehended from the
."■carcity and high price of Food 307

■ Radical Meansof counteracting
the present scarcity _ 309

Essays, political,, on popular .Subjects 259

Euripides and Hecuba, &c. 3i9
F.

Farmers, on their Slavery 339
Financial Facts of the eighteenth Cen-
tury 315
G.

Greatheed's Funeral Sermon 265
H.

Hunlis's Favourite Village 76

History of tire Campaign of i799> in

Holland 121

J

James's Provirierce displayed 319

L.

Leland's Reflections on the present State

of Things in these Nations' 410
Letter to the Right Hon. the Lord
Mayor, on the subjeqt of the late
Common Halls 17*
• To Henry Reginald, Bishop of
Exeter I69

To the Hon. Spencer Perceval,

on the Crime of Adultery 299.

Letters of Sulpicius, on the Northern

Confederacy 172

Lewis's Tales of Wonder 322
. Life, a Drama 60
Lucas's Fate of Bertha 64
M.

Mavor'sNew Speaker 428
Meen's Remarks on the Cassandra of

Peddic's Defence of the Associate Synod

1-23, 385

Peep at Provincial Routs 416

Penn's Farther Thoughts on the present

.State of Public Opinion 181
Pennant's Journey fr m London to the
Me of Wight '««

Pinn'*

364612

Table of the Titles Authors Names, tic.

Pinn's Poems 02

Pio/zi's (Mrs.) Retrospection, or a Re-

View ot' the eighteenth Century 241

Plama's History of the Helvetic Confe-
deracy t 4

Political Essays on popular Subjects, 259

Polwhele's Grecian Prospects- 192
Portcous's New Light examined 128
Porter's Two Prince? of Persia 421
Pratt's Gleanings in England 274
Professor I'orlon 339
Prettyman's Elements of Christian The-
ology, '7"1

Ramsay's Poems 150, 252,349

Randolph's Sermons, preached during

the Season of Advent i3A, 297

Recves's Collation of the Hebrew and
Greek Texts of the Psalms JOS, 345

's Considerations on the Corona-
tion Oath 240

Reflections on the Justice, Advantage,
and Necessity of limiting the Price of
Wheat, by l egislative Authority 181

Remarks on the present high price of

Grain 310

Report of the Clergy of a District in the

Diocese of Lincoln 192

Reynolds's Vindication of the Iter Bri-

tanniarum 2>4

R ife and Progress of Famine 178

Rivers's Poem 04

Rolella 49

S.

Sans Culottides, a Poem 340
Schrodter, the Shoemaker, &c. 425
Scattered Thoughts, adapted to the

Times 404
Slavery of Farmers 339

Smith's Sermons 374
Speech of i hpmaj Jones, Escj. 'Xgx

— of the Hon C. }. Fox, at the

Shakespeare Tavern 194

Statistical Observer's Pocket Companion 425

Stewart's Challenge accepted 416

Striking Facts, address d to those Who

believe in Real Scarcity, Ate. 311

T.

Tatham on the Culture and Commerce

of Tobacco 175*

Thoughts on Parliamentary Reform,

and on Reform in General 327

Toulmin's Sermons 7«

Transactions of the Linnean Society I
Trollope's Sermon on St. Matthew's

Day 185

Trdlter's Suspiria Oceani 58

Turner's Sermon for the Support of the

New College, Manchester 199

Twelvepenny Answer to a Three Shil-
ling Pamphlet 314

Twelvepenny Answer (a Second) to a

Letter on the Stoppage of Specie of the

Bank of England 406

U.

Unio, five Lamentatio, &c, and an Ode

to I'eter Pindar 419

V.

Vaughan's Oratio in Theatre, &c. 171
W.

Wakefield, Gilbert 334
Walpole, Horace 337
Wells s Discourses 43
. (Mrs.) Constantia Neville 00

Wiltiams's (Miss) State of Manners, &c.

in the French Republic 308
Wrangham s Holy Land 0?

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Moses Gfeensod's complaint of Modern
Bookseller?, 119

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ORIGINAL CRITICISM.

Transactions of the Linnean Society. Volume V. 4to. Pp. 296. il. is. in Boards. White. London. 1800.

THAT this is one of the most respectable scientific Societies in the kingdom, it would be superfluous in us to remark. Supported by talents, learning, industry, rank, and fortune, the success of such an association, in all views and researches, seems placed beyond the power of accident.

The volume before us would appear, from a bare enumeration of its contents, to be equally deserving of public attention, with the first four; which have been received as productions worthy the disciples of Linneus. It contains thirty-one articles.

In " his Observations on the Ranunculus aquatilis," Dr. Pulteney informs us, that— , ,

"the distilled water of the R. Flammnla, or Lesser Spearwort, as we are informed by Dr. Withering, is an emetic more instantaneous, and less offensive during its action, than white vitriol; and, as if Nature had furnished an antidote to poison from among poisons of its own tribe, is to be preferred in promoting the instant expulsion of deleterious substances from the stomach." No. xxxi. Vol. vin. B The

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