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Kings, the effect of civil laws on

M.
their promises, contracts, or Macedon and Athens, parallel be-
oaths, 239

Of the changes tween them, Great Britain and
made in their fucceflion

241

France

Manduit, his dissertation on the
L.

American wasp-neft.
Language, the origin and progress Marriage, the nature of, confi-

of, confidered, 202—206, par- dered 175, 177, the effect of
takes of the nature of music, civil laws on, 240, rules pro-
206, is expressive of the cha- posed for making it agreeable
racter of the people that speak

465
it

215 Milton, his abilities and character
Laws (human) voluntary, three vindicated

forts of, 161. Civil law, what Ministry, conduct of, impartially
meant by it, and on what examined, an account and cha-'
founded, 163-306. Law and racter of

376
compact, how they differ, 236. Minorca, account of the fiege of,
Effect of civil law on promites, its character of 278
contracts, or oaths

237–241 tragedy, extract from 284
Leland (Mr) his translation of Miracles, whether the foundation
Demosthenes's orations, cha- of christianity

144
racter of, 6. Sce Demofthenes. The Mirror, a comedy, some ac-
Letter (fourth) to the people of count of

477
England, account of, 35-44— The Monitor, character of and
to a member of parliament, re- extracts from

213-248
lative to admiral Byng, 251, Montrose, a pathetical relation of
from New Jersey, character of, his fate

398—402
280-to Mr. Pitt againit admi-. Morality and Religion, the folly
ral Byng, 376-to the Duke, of separating them

342
377-to the university of Cam- Mojaic Work, observations on
bridge, on a late resignation, an

409
account and specimen of — 479 Munton (Mr.) bis fermons, a cha-
Liberty, restraints on, by the law racter and extract of 489

of nature, several kinds of 168.. Mufis, permanent marks of sound
Civil the nature of

301
how taken,

207.

Movement
Life, probabilities of in London, the soul of Mufic,

208
26 a rational entertainment, &c.
Lilliput, a dramatic entertainment, A fermon by Digby Cotes,
an account of

474 some account and extracts 469
Linden Diederick, Weslel, on the
waters at Llandrindod, account

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and character of

97-109 The National Evil, a sermon (a cha-
London bishop of, examination of racter of and extracts from) 459
his fermons, an account and

-461
character of that work, 109- Neustadt, description of a military

academy there 348, 149
Love and Duty, a tragedy cen-

Neutral Powers, obligations on
fured

84
them

310
Lycurgus, his character as an ora- Nicholas Rubioni, first king of Para-
3, 4 gua, his history

75, 77
Nicholls,

121

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210

Nicholls (Dr.) his account of worms Polype insects (some account of) 34.
in animal bodies

33 Porter (James) Esq; see Conjtan-
La None, a comedy (account of) tinople

181,-186 Pretender, account of his court
Northern Memoirs, or history of a person, and houshold 369--372

Scotch family, an account of Princess Poumphia, a burlesque
and extracts from --448-451 tragedy (some account of) 79
0

Privateering (remarks on) — 310
Oaths (the nature of) confidered Promises, their nature

171
172-175 Property, its nature -163–166
Ode on the present times, a spe. Prosedy, its nature, 209.

The
cimen and character of - - 87

fuperiority of that of the Latins
- (15) of the first book of Ho. and other nations

race imitated, an account and Prusia (king of)his conduct censur-
fpecimen of

476

ed, 316. Attempts to vindicate it
ne thousand seven hundred and

317-326
fifty-fix, a dialogue, its charac-
ter with extracts

282 Quadrant (Rowley's) account of
Orpbans (history of two) its cha-

421-424
racter and specimen 340–343 Quakers, apology for, a character
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and specimen of

96
Paradise Loft (a new verfion of) Quick Lime (action of apon vola-
its character and specimens 357 tile alcaline salt, an essay upon)
--362

31
Parental authority (the nature of)

170

R
Parsons (Dr.) his account of a Les Racóleurs, a comic opera (an
petrefaction

25
account of)

375
Particulars (further) concerning Ranger (David) juvenile adven-
Adm. Byng, an account of and tures of, its character

379
extracts from

472 Raphael, his epitaph at Rome 414
Pathetic address to all true Britons, Reasons to prove the letter at the
its character with specimens end of the French memorial a ,

forgery, an account and cha.
Patten (Dr.) his defence of his racter of

177
christian apology, a character Remonflrances to the public, con-
of, with extracts to 188 cerning Adm. Byng, account
Penn (Mr.) his sermon at Christ of

273
Church, its character with ex- Resistance, the right or liberty of,
tracts
287 what

-303-306
St. Peter's at Rome (some account Resurrection, see future fiate.
of)

407 Revelation, truth of it, why refcd
Poems by the translator of Virgil, on external proofs----148, 149
character of, with extracts 276, Roads (public) an essay on, and

277
account of

87
Polite modern divine, character Robin Hood society, a satire, a cha-
Specimen of

89 racter and specimens of — 286
Polydore and Julia, account of and Romaine (Mr) his Sermon on
extracts from
283 the dry bones, examined, 477

Rotunda,

188

227, 228

Rotunda, or Pantheon at Rome Truth, the best method of investi(some account of)

412
gating it

217 Rutherforth (Dr.) his principles of Natural Law, Abitract of ift

V.
Vol. with Specimens, 160-181 Vapour electrical) some account of
Ditto Vol 2d, 227–243, Cha-

19-25 racter of

315 Visions (philosophical) an abstract

and character of that work, S.

331–340 Schloffer (Dr.) his Essay on quick Voltaire (M. de) his compliment Lime, &c.

31

to the Duke de Richlieu on the Sham Fight, some Account of, 280 conquest of Mahon

270 Slavery, the nature of 181 Voting in society, the nature of, Signs, the nature and use of, 196 Society (civil) its nature and origin, Voyage to Ægypt and Nubia, by

228, Occasion of forming, ib. F. Louis Norden, an account of How men became members of,

186, 188 .229

W. Sophronia, a poem, a character and War, what a folemn and truc fpecimens of 461-404 cause of

308 Spry, his Sermon, a character and Ward (Dr.) his account of some fpecimen of

99 Roman inscriptions, 29, '129 Stone, observations on medicines Waters, chalybeat at Bromely, acfor the cure of

45-48

count of, a character and spe"Sabjection (civil) the nature and fe- cimen of

veral kinds of — 299, 300 extraordinary agitation of, Succellion, the nature of, 313, 314S;jiem, the fatal consequences of of Llandrindod, their medithe want of

479

cinal qualities and contents, 98

103, Directions how to use T. them

103, 109 Tow (Dr.) his fermon, a character Watter (Mr.)' his method to restore and specimen of

95
hearing

30 Theatres, two dissertations on, Wheels (broad) the advantages of character and specimens of, 48 to the public roads

87 Times, an essay on the subject Women (pregnant) directions conand character of, 135-138 cerning

465 Tophana, a 'noted poisoner at Na- Words, the nature of, and order ples, some account of

in which they were invented, Traffitions, advantages arising considered - 211, 212 from them

213 Troops (foreign) an ironical defence

Z. of their being employ'd, 121, Zoroafler, an opera, some account 124 of

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