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ment; account of its plan, gownblervas: Perception and Sensation on the diftinétion's
Perjury, remarks on the fin of, 159
bitants of that country, 167.
the approach of the French fore-s, 186.
Plagua fingular cases of that dforde 386.
comments on Herder's Philofi,phy ofi their immoral tendency, 83.
Players, high opinion of, and culogium on
viledged members, 2137
46_Delirium, ibid. --Sonnet to the au.
thor of the Aleasures of Solitude, by Mr.
the Corresponding Society, 438-on mo-
lity and antiquity in England, 338-se- naparte, 439.
ma kus on that of the ancients, ibid. Polygamy, fingular species, of in Tibet,
Mr. Locke's obfervations on its in-
Popish crieils, account of en rmities com..
87-his acquaint:nce disowned by Mr. influence, 326.
gross amount of it, 165.
Prayer, daily, incirement to in private fac.
fashionable, account of, 208.
Pronunci tion of Greek and Latin, critical
Buo aparte's agents to bribe their owners, Raynalı Abbé de, some account of, and
his works, 453.
fupport of the vi e lo iety, and their con- in which he was held by the Irish Carbo-
University in the 13th century, and caule recommended to Methodists, 129.
Rel gion, fate of, in France, 28.4.
Rhone, its magnificence, as del sibed by
Rähard II. conjectures on his muidur, and
defence of his character, 347.
Robberies, amount of in Paris, in tcp
Romance, plan a d featares of that, of the
Romißh rolig on, policy of its addrefs to the
Ruhnken, David, biographical accornt of,
better tha before the revolution conteft- Rumford, Coun', his hourhold arrangement
Sabbath, fri&tures on its obfervance amongft Theatrical impropriety, its frequent occur.
fence in the French drama, 171.
Tibet, lingular species of polygamy pradifed
Tolration act, a shameful abuse of it pointed
Trauflation why d:emed an honourable em-
against the arguments or Gibbon, Smith,
of Oxford and Cambridge,
tioned by Mr. Barr. w, 142.
1746, 100.account of i's fall, 191.
int igues of the French Di ectory,
previous to the fall f that epublic, 193.
tea ci nts, in which t.e words ar split
Virgil, new illurratin of a p ff ge in' that
Volney, real n fir the affertion of that au-
, thei: g neral chara&er vindica.
Vallere Mademoiselle de account of, 399.
which it will be employ d n invafiume
Wall the great, of China. conjectures ree
authors contrafted, 165
War of 1793. approyed o. by the British
nature f the pligu., 387.
produced the ape of Good Ho
authenticity, and the objections of sec. whicha Europeans are subject in the East
Zuliani, a Venetian se: ato, is conduct and
wards Venice, 188.
Table of the Titles, Authors' Names, &c. of the Publications reviewed
AFICHT". Encyclopædia of Criticism on the Edinburgh Re-
the Middlesex Elc&ion 390 Anglicanæ (continued) 30, 173
on the Caules of his Defeat Detence of the Slave Trade 199
399 Dibdin's Introduction to the
214 Dietrich's Gardener's Diction-
10 Extracts from the-Minutes of
107 Eyre's. O servations, &c. made
83 at Paris during the Peace 212
142 vinistic and Arminian Con-
211 Fouchecour's Juvenile Dialogues 96
382 Chaucer (continued) 221, 337
the falthood and inconfiften- Gordon (Sir A.) on ihe fear of
cy of the Annual Review. 211 God, a Sure Ground of Con-
396 Gleig's Sermons and the Chrif-
on the late and present Ad-
Burdett on the indecency and
205 dangerous tendency of his
Death of Lord Camelford 213 the tirft muster of Volunteers 203
ib. tory of Man and the Month-
Heliodora, or the Grecian Min-
litical Facts of the 13th cen-
lunteer and Yeomanry Ça- of the Expedition of Egypt 335
400 Mercy's Easy Introduction to
taining the method of Teach-
367 New Testament
481 effects of a United Truft in
308 of a Strict Adnerence to the
488 Palilot's Memcirs of French Li-
473 Pearson's Remarks on Justifi-
Second Letter to
Account of the Cape
through England, Scotland,
(continued) 13, 160, 266
of Literature, &c.
388 Priest's Delectuis Græcarum Sen-
305 the Suppreifion of Vice 70
397 Pye's Dictionary of Antient
Renouard's History of the
104 Robertion's Sermon on the Du.
ty of Volunteers
542 Titles of the Eyfays, Letters, Poetry, 66.
483 Webber's William Tell
99 White's Compendium of the
96 Whitfield's Picture of Life, a
484 Whittaker's Conc se Introduç-
198 Williams's Psalms and Hymns 394
tions on Herniæ
Winterbottym's Account of the
pative. A fricans
,202 Wolfsiohn's Impartial Expofi-
tion of the latest Objections
daism and the Jews
Zitles of the Essays, Letters, Poetry, &c. in the Nliscellaneous Part of
N. B. For temarkable Palliages; see tba General Index.