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an efficient preparation for war could alone enfure peace. It was at the option' of France to reftore that bleffing: whether it was her wish would be seen hereafter.

The able president concluded a judicious harangue with inculcating the importance of concord and unanimity, and expresling his hopes that the two assemblies, by the temper and wisdom of their proceedings, would contribute to secure to their country that weight and respect to which it was justly entitled.' That the legislature will answer this expectation, the general conduct of the two houses will not suffer us to doubt.

WEST-INDIES.

The great inconvenience, loss of lives, and consumption of treasure, occafioned by the occupancy of a part of St. Domingo, have long been lamented: but it is now useless to wish that the island had not been invaded. We are informed that the posts which were retained by our troops after the evacuation of Port-au-Prince and St. Marc, have been abandoned, to the great joy of general Touffaint, who seems inclined to render himself independent of the French republic. In consequence of warm disputes, Hedouville, the agent of the directory, has retired from the illand, accusing his opponent of selfish ambition and perfidy; while Toussaint has transmitted to Europe a vindication of his conduct. What will be the issue of the conteft is a point of curious speculation, which we leave to the fagacity of our political readers.

VOLUNTARY APOLOGY TO AN AUTHORESS. As works of instruction for females are not infrequently written by persons of the opposite sex, we attributed • l'inftitutrice'' (see our last vol. p. 560), notwithstanding the feminine title, to Monsieur Le Noir: but, finding that it is the work of Mademoiselle Le Noir, we gladly restore te that lady the honour of which we had deprived her.

ALPHABETICAL INDEX

TO THE

AUTHORS' NAMES, and TITLES of BOOKS.

A

BRÉGÉ de la grammaire Fran- Aristotle's Ethics and Politics, Trans-
çaise,

350
lation of,

43
Abridgement (Bacon's), New edition Arminius,

353
of,
208 Asiatic researches,

267
-

of cases determined in Astronomy, Complete fyftem of, 205
the courts of law during the present Attachment, Influence of local, 296
reign,

341
Adams's plan for raising the taxes im BACON'S abridgement, Gwillim's
partially,

341
edition of,

208
Address to the citizens of Dublin, Ob. Ballads, Lyrical,

197
fervations on,

95 Barruel's history of Jacobinism, 539
to the members of the loyal Battye's red basil book,

118
associations,
217 Bellamy's Sadaski,

114
-- to the people of the British Bellham's history of Great Britain,
empire,
337

190
to the yeomanry of Great Bengal (Journey from) to England,
Britain,
100

241
Administration of oaths, Short argu- Betham (Miss)'s elegies, 235
ment on the
478 Biffet's sketch of democracy,

206
Affairs (State of public) at the begin- Bloody buny,

217
ning of 1798, Considerations on Boaden's Cambro-Britons, III
the,

214 Bone to gnaw for the democrats, 218
African association, Proceedings of Bouillé (De)'s memoirs relating to
the,

361 the French revolution, 304
Alfred, Letters of the ghost of, 334 Bowen's sermon,

229
America (North), Public affairs of, Boyveau on the physical and moral

591
disorders of women,

523
American congress, Observations on Brand (Miss)'s plays and poems, 467
the debates of the,

458 Britain, History of Great, Igo
government (View of the British public characters, 473
conduct of the) in the negotiation Britons' monitor,
with the French,

Brown on scrophulous diseases, 465
philosophical society, ..e's sermons,

346
Transactions of the

399 Browne on universal redemption, 461
Amner on a future state,

415 's miscellaneous fetches, 85
Amusing recreations,

107 Bryant's view of Philo's sentiments
Analysis of education,

466
on the Λογος,

90
Anecdotes historical and literary, 478 Buonaparte, Account of the early
Annales de Chymie,

years of,
Annual register for 1792,
181 Burton's fermon,

105
188 Butler's sermon,

229
(New) for 1797, 249
Antigua, Coilection of exotics -from, CAERNARVON, The flower of, 237

350

Cambro-Britons, The,
Appeal to the common sense of the Carlos, Don,

135
people of Great Britain, 457 Cause of truth,
to the nation,

462 Causes of the rebellion in Ireland, 95
APP, VOL. XXIV, NEW ARR,

S.

338

220

498

478

for 1793,

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518

532
320

356

458
236

Cayenne and Guiana, Travels in, 525 Default on chirurgical diseases,
Chartrell (Miss)'s poems,

Des Odoards' history of the French
Character, Evidence to,

339 republic,
Characters, British public, 472 Discipline, Medical,

465
Charge to the clergy of the diocese of D'feales, Treatise on chirurgical, 222
Landaff,

357 Difurders (physical and moral of wo-
Charnock on finance and national de men), Essay on,
fence,

340 Diversions of Purley,
Chemistry, Annals of, 498 'Domingo (St.) Inquiry into the na-

Outlines of a course of ture and causes of the mortality at,
lectures on,
347

178
Chopart on chirurgical diseases, 222

Don Carlos,

155
Christian's syllabus of lectures,

461

DRAMATIC.
Cicero de Oiticiis, Translation of, 451 Arminius,

353
Claphan's famon,
228 Brand (Miss)'s plays,

467
Clark (Emily)'s lanthé,

237
Cambro-Britons,

III
Clermont,

Comus, Milton's,

356
Cléry': journal of Louis XVI.'s con Don Carlos,

155
tin ment,

117
Lovers' vows,

431
Colemian on the structure, &c of the Natural fon,

431
horse's foot,
148, 4.36 Penn's works,

475
Collier's essay on the scriptures of the Series of plays,

13
New Testament,

103 Dumonriez fpeculative picture of
Committee of secrecy of Irish house of Europe,
commons, Report of,

98 Duffeldorf,
Comus, New edition of Milton's, 356 Duteris's tocsin,

462
Congratulatory poem on fir S. Sunith's Dwight's Greenfield hill,

107
escape,

352
Confpiracy, Reflections on the Irish, EDEN's porto bello,

479
97 Education, Analysis of,

466
Coper's sermon,

105

--, Mrs. Landen's plan of, 350
Correspondents, Reviewers' answers Egotist, The,
to,

120, 360, 486 Elegy on a much-loved niece,
Cow-pox, Inquiry into the causes and Elements of geography,

107
effects of the,

Eleonora, Italian translation of, 114
Cowe's tracts,
118 Ella,

470
Coxe's memvirs of fir R. Walpole, Enquiry into the principles and poli-
163 cy of taxation,

459
Crimes of democracy,

339
Επεα πτεροεντα,

320
Cruikshank's experiments on insensi. Epistle in rhyme to M. G. Lewis, 110
ble perfpiration,

Essays on the for ptures of the New
Cumberland, History of, 368

Teftament,

103
Cutaneous diseases, Description and Ethics of Aristotle, Translation of, 43
treatment of,

:53 Europe, Speculative pi&ure of,
Cypriad, 1 he fashionable,

479
Evans's fermoni,

226
Evidence to character,

339
DALLAS's translation of Cléry's Evidences of revealed religion, Dif-
journal of Louis XVI.'s confine couries on the,

196
ment,

117 Excise laws relating to maltīters,
Dangers of philosophy,

brewers, and hop-planters, 461
Darwin's Zoonomia,

Exotics from Antigua, Collection of,
D’Echerny's philosophy of politics,

350
505 Experiments on insensible perfpira-
Défence de l'ordre social contre les tion,

principes de la revolution Frane Extracts from Italian poets,
çaise,

559
Deluraine,

TALCONER's translation of Dutens's
Democracy, Crimes of,
339 tocin,

462
Sketch of,
206 Family tale,

337
Democratic principles illnıstrated, 99 Father's gift to his children, Ic6
Denis (St.), History and description Fellowes's picture of Chriftian philo-
of the abbey of,
240 sophy,

343

III

- 353

221

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458

112

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356

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478

220

338

558

on a,

Finance, Reports of select committee Heaven's belt gift,

I14
of house of commons on, 322.

Heir of Montague,

471
State of the nation, with respect to Herder on religion, opinions, and
its public debt, &c,
322 rites,

513
and national defence, Letter

on the son of God,

513
on,

343

on the spirit of christianity,
Finch's sermon,
229

513
Fluctuations of civil society, Ode on

Hewlett's sermon,

227
the,

469 Hierocles's commentary, Translation
Forster's journey from Bengal to Eng-

of,
land,

241 Hinckley's people's answer to the bi-
France, Literature of,

570 Shop of Landafi,
Public affairs of, 582 Hindooftan, View of, 121, 423
Fratricide,
236 History of Cumberland,

368
Frend's litter to the vice-chancellor

of Great Britain,

190
of Cambridge,

359

of the French republic, 518
Friend, Every man's,

of the Jaquerie,

339
Fungis clavæformibus, Dissertatio de, (natural), System of, 223
556 Hoche, Lile of general,

531
Fungorum in classes dispositionis me Holland, Literature of,

571
thodicæ tentanien,

--, Public affairs of, 585
Future state, Amner's confiderations Holmes's edition of the Septuagint,
415

- 329

Hook's letter to lord Kenyon, 477
GARDENING, Essay on design in, Hooper on the structure and economy

448
of plants,

465
Gardens, The,
330 Hopkinson's sermon,

463
Garnett on the preservation of health, Horse's foot, Observations on the struc-

348
ture, &c. of the

148, 436
--'s outlines of a course of lece Hungary, Literature of,

572
tures on chemistry,

347
Hunter (Miss)'s Ella,

470
Gaultier's lectures graduées, 230 Huntingford's sermon,

104
Genlis (Madame de)'s, veux témé- Hutcheson's excise laws relating to
raires,

562. maltfters, brewers, and hop-plant-
Geography, Elements of,
107 ers,

461
George Barnweil,

472 Hutchinson's history of Cumberland,
Germany, Literature of,

571
Pubic affairs of, 585 Hutton's appeal to thr nation,
Ghost rf Alfred, Letters of the, 334
Gifford's add ess to the members of IANTHÉ,

237
the loyal associations,

Inchbald (Mrs.)'s alteration of Kotze-
Gi lies's translation of Aristotle's E bue's Lovers' vows,

431
thics and Politics,

43 Index (General) to the modern re-
Gilpin’s o fervations on the western

porters,

343
parts of England,

408 Indian serpents, Account of, 262
Glasle's fermons,

Infant institutes,

119
Glossary, Medical,

Infant's friend,
Gordon's fermou,

227 Influence of local attachment, 296
Grammar, Abridgement of French, Ingram’s inquiry into the condition of

-310 the lower clafie,
Great Britain, Public affairs of, 572 Inquiry into the condition of the low.
Greenfield hill,

167 er classes,
Guiana and Cayenne, Travels in, 525 Invasion (A French) of England,
Gwillim's edition of Bacon's Abridge Thoughts on,
ment,

208 Ireland, Causes of the rebellion in, 95
Public affairs of,

530
HALLORAN's sermon,

227 Irish conspiracy, Reflections on the,
Hare's sermon,
347

97
Harveian oration, Saunders's, 240 Italy, Literature of,

...522
He would be a peer,

237

; Observations on the manners
Health, Lecture on the preservation and customs of;

4.53
of,

-, Public affairs of,

587

368
462

217

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458

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Lovers' vows,

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220

JACOBINISM, Memoirs illustrating Letter to protestant diflenters, Yar-
the history of,

539
mouth,

119
Jaquerie, History of the,

339

to the author of the " Purfuits
Jenner on the causes and effects of the of Literature,"

480
variolæ vaccinæ,

221 Letters, O'Connor's to earl Camden,
Jones (Miss)'s analysis of education,

95
466

of the ghost of Alfred, 334
Journal of Louis XVI.'s confinement, tó Dr. Priestley,

99
117

(Three) on tithes and tithe af-
Journals, Selections from foreign, 395

sociators,

239
Journey from Bengal to England, 241

Lévizac's French grammar abridged,
Judge, The republican,
477

350
Justification of physicians' right to be Life and adventures of Peter Porcu-
admitted fellows of the corporation,

pine,

359
332 Linnean society, Transactions of the,

288
KEEPER's travels in search of his Literature, Pursuits of,
master,

351 Lloyd and Lamb’s blank verse, ' 232
Kello's index to the modern reporters,

Local attachment, Influence of, 296

343 Aogos, Philo's sentiments concerning
King's apology, 359,--Remarks on the,

90
ditto,

359

Louis XVI.'s confinement, Journal of,
(Miss)'s Waldorf,

117
Kotzebue's lovers' vows, 431

Private memoirs of the

last year of the reign of, 170, 299
LAMB and Lloyd's blank verse, 232

431
Landaff (Bishop of )'s charge, 357 Lucas's sermon,

105
Letter to bishop of,

Lucretius, Wakefield's edition of,
--, People's answer to the bi-

255, 378
shop of,
220 Lyrical ballads,

197
Landen (Mrs.)'s plan of education,

350 M'CARTNEY's translation of Cicero
Landholders of Britain, Letter to, de Officiis,

221 Macfarlan's address to the people of
Land-tax sale, Interesting suggestions

the British empire,

337
respecting,

339 Mackenzie (Mils)'s Duffeldorf, 236
Lavater's remonstrance against the in- M'Lean on the mortality at St. Do-
vafion of Switzerland, 336 mingo,

178
Law (Study and practice of the) con Mantua, Description of the town and
sidered,

441
fortress of,

240
Treatise on the study of the, Martin to the protestant dissenters,

460
Yarmouth,

119
of nature,

237
Mary the osier-peeler,

469
Ledure on the preservation of health, Mason on design in gardening, 448
348 Matriculation,

468
Lectures graduées pour les enfans, 230

Mavor's sermon,

228
Legione Manliana, Quæftio de, 238 Medical discipline,

465
Legs (fwelled), Treatise on the

o facts and observations,' 385
causes and cure of,

- glossary,
Letter from carl Moira to col. M Meeke (Mrs.)'s Palmira and Ero
Mahon,

mance,

236
on finance and pational defence, Mélanges extraits des manuscrits de

madame Necker,

490
to bishop of Landaff,

Memoirs relating to the French revo-
to chancellor of exchequer, 340 lution,

304
to' vice-chancellor of Cam-

(Private) relating to the
bridge,

359 last year of the reign of Louis XVI.
to the court of lieutenancy, 360

170, 229
to Mr. Fox,
458 Minor morals,

231
to lörd Kenyon,

477 Moira (Early's letter to col. M'Ma.
to landholders of Britain, 221 hon,
to carl Moira,

Letter to the earl of, 97, 98

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