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CT to provide for the administration preffion of the Jesuits in France, 556

of
fhould descend to any of the children the writ of attachinent,

of his majesty under age, 326 Alps, remarkable fall of now there, un-
Address of the lords on the king's speech, der which three women remained thir.
made at the meeting of parliament, ty leven days, Juiy,

219
with the king's answer, 4.-Of the American contests, 692, 695, 756.-A
commons, with the king's ansver, 5.--

letter from an American in London to
Of both on the king's speech for ap another in America, 770:-Proceedings
pointing a regency, 236.--From the of the assembly at Philadelphia, 780.
Subjects at Grenada, July, 223.- From -Seeds and plants, a scheme for their
the city of London on the birth of a importation into Scotland, 610
prince, 508.-From the common coun- Anne, qucen, dean Swift's account of
cil of London, a very extraordinary one,

her last ininiftry,

331, 590, 665
514

Answer to the honest man's reasons for not
Administration, the new, their merits in taking part with the new ininiitry, 450

answer to several pamphlets, 577.- Anti-Sejanus and Sejamus, the conteft be-
Principles of the late changes in, 641 tween,

484
Africa, intelligence from, 697.-Proceed- Athol (duke of) &c. his case presented to
ings of the French there,

771

parliament relauve to the government
Agriculture, several articles in.--New of the Isle of Man,

mould to be railed by French plough- Attestation of the reality of the story of
ing, 7.-Kiln-dust from malt, a good Edwin and Emma related, in a favou-
manure for wheat, ib.--Wet pasture

350
how to be improved, ib.-- A hoved

B.
calf, how cured, ib.-Directions for Ballance, the political, in which the prin-
sweetning water, ib. Directions for ciples of the parties are considered, 302
Sowing clover with spring corn, ib.— Beait, the wild one in France, an account
How to improve land, from which of,

324
wheat was cut, 8.-To avoid having Bernard, gov. his speech to the general
wheat winter proud, ib.-To prevent

assembly of Malachuset's Bay, 692.-
hay or corn from heating, ib.-To ma.

The antwer,

756
nage land for wheat, ib.-To destroy Bouflers, the duchess of, an account of her
the ily, and cure the scab in sheep, ib. inoculation, 769.-Mons. Gatti's letter
The best time for cutting oats and bar on the subject,

769
ley, ib.--Smut in wheat, how to be pre- Bouquet, col. an account of his expediti-
vented, ib.--Belt method to fatten pigs, on amongst the Indians,

SS
ib.-Holes left from drawing turnips, Bradley, Di. James, late professor of al-
how to be managed, ib.--Particulars tronomy, memoirs of,

533
thai occasion the distress of the poor, 72, Brewing, some directions for, 119

-To destroy weeds, ib.-Rolling of British colonists, a defence of them by
land, its use, ib.--On planting of the James Otis, efq; 22.—Thecity of Bof-
pine tree, 312-Of fowing lucern on ton's instructions to their members, 25
a stubble, 339.- To make lucern thrive A memorial from their embly to
in a poor foil, ib.--How to make hay, their agent Jasper Manduit, esq; in Lon.
355.---To prevent its being mow-burnt, don,

27
July, 7221. -To preserve Jambs in Brown, Dr. his thoughts on civil liberty,
snowy weather, July, 222.-Soap an-

I11
es how to be used as a manure, ib Budget, a defence of, with a state of the
Improvements in broad wheel carriages,

national account,

217
ib.-To make horses lie down in the Bugs and infects, directions how to de-
Atable, ib.--To make potatoes thrive stroy, by monf. Salberg,

532
without dung, July, ibid.To law Bute, earl, his character, 503.-Acret
bere or winter barley in autumn, for to him from an Englishman's

554
spring fodder, July, 223.-On the cul. Byron, lord, a nartire of the duel between
ture of carrots, for fattening cattle, him and ivi. Chaworth, 259. --His trial,

373.-His defence

397
C.

480

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D.

538

220

C.

Conway, secretary, his character, by the
ALAS his defence by North Briton,

503
mons. Voltaire, 238.-Decision of the Country parfon's catechism, from the dict.
parliament of Paris in his case,

247
philofophic portatif,

IIS
Cambridge university, a letter from, to Cornish, adm. receives the thanks of the
the earl of Hardwicke, with his an-

house of commons,

464
swer,

482 Cranmer, archbishop, his life, 314 & 340
Cancer, how cured by green hemlock,
publifhed by the Royal Society, 56

EBATES in the political club,
Candor, father of, his doctrine of libels

on the reduction of the land forces,
and general warrants, 37–Of juries, 109

2.-On the dismission of general Cox-
Carrol, Barney, executed at Tyburn, an
account of him, and his companions,

way, 3.-On taxing the colonies, 66.

-On reading the petition from the Eaft
Chandler, Dr. strictures on his conduct,

India company, 130.-On the infrac-

tion of the peace by the French, 242.-

696
Chaworth, Wm. esq; a narrative of the

On the regency bill, 258.-Lift of
duel between him and lord Byron, 259 Diologue in the Elysian fields, between

speakers,

571
Child, the growth of one, very extraor-

the dukes of Devonshire and Boltex,
dinary account of,

342
Chimnies, of building them, to prevent Doctrine of libels and general warrants,

481
their sinoaking,

532
Chevalier, the young. See Stuart, Charles

an enquiry into it,

37
Edward.

Dowdeswell, chancellor of the Exche
Cbriflian, queen of Sweden, her senti-

quer, his character, by the North Brie

ton,
ments on toleration, July,
Churchill, (Rev. Mr.) an account of his Draper, gen. receives the thanks of the

honourable house of commons, 464
sermon, with his poetical dedication to
the bifhop of Gloucesler, 70.- His

cha- Duel, narrative of, between lord Byron

and William Chaworth, Esq; 259.-
racter of the present age,

177

Between lord Kilmaurs and a French
Cibber, Theoph. memoirs of him, 614

officer at Marseilles,

263
Civil liberty, thoughts on by Dr. Brown,

E.

company
brig from Teneriff, the particulars of
the murder committed by part of the the war there, see political history, 740
crew, &c.

774
College leases, a letter concerning renew. Edwin and Emma, reality of their story,
ing them,

305

by the curate of the parith, 350
Colebrook, Jof. his cure of cancers with Eloquence, its use, relative to the pul-
green hemlock,
56

150
Colonists, the British, a defence of them

F.
by James Otis, Esq;

LORIDA West, gov. Jobaftor's
Cominon council of London, a letter to, description of it, 117.-Description
on their extraordinary address to his of the Indians there,

119
majesty,

514 Foote, Mr. his new piece the Commiffa-
Commiffary, a new piece by Mr. Foote, ry, account of,

322
322 France, the wild beast there, an account
Cominerce, the state of in Great Britain, of,

324
July, 215.-Oblervations on the linen

G.

LAGE, gen. his account of col.
July,

217 Bouquet's expedition in America,
Conduct of the late ministry impartially

55
ansidered,

748 Garrick, David, some acc \unts of him,
Pirity, a true picture of, 612 July,
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ha legality of general Gee, J. of Gainsborough, his letter on the
Corsidérations on ...

growth of hemp and Aux in England,

and
off the duty on raw silk,

JIT

Cockeran, John, capt. of the Sandwich E contexts, 18. *For an account of

and 744

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and establishing a cambrick manufac M. d'Alembert,

556
ture in Suffex,

305 Inoculation, Dr. Monro's account of his
General warrants, a reply to the defence success in Scotland, 477.-Of the du-

of the majority on the queition of, 9. chess of Boufflers in France, 769

- Considerations on their legality, 106. Interest of Great Britain and America
-Lord Cambden's opinion of them, de confidered,

304
livered from the bench,

700 Ink, Dr. Lezvis's directions for making,
Glass, capt. an account of his tragical

537
faie, with the murder of his wife and Ile of Man, duke of Athol's case relative
daughter, on board the Sandwich, off to it, as prefented to parliament, 166.
the coatt of Ireland,

774 -Gov. Wood's speech on taking poffer.
Gloucefler, bishop of, his dedication to

sion of it,

61
lord Mansfield, in the new edition of Juries, observations on, hy the author of
his divine legation, 569_Churchill's the legality of general warrants, 109
dedication to him,

K.
Grafton, duke of, his character by the
North Briton,

503 the duel between him and a French
Grenville, Rr. hon. George, his principles officer,

262
in regard to government, &c. July, 349 King's answer to the lord's address, 4.
H.

--To the commons, 6.-His speech for
,

establishing a regency, 235:-On clo-

465 sing the session, 318.-His letter to the
Harrington, lord, an account of robbing general assembly in Scotland, 323. —

his house, 50.-John Wefket's (his por His speech on opening the session, 760.
ter) confession,

54

The addresses of lords and commons, 761
Harrison, narrative of the proceedings on King, William, executed at Tyburn, an
examining his time-keeper, 114.-His account of him,

538
proposal, 115:-Farther minutes rela-

L.
of the board, 509 The committee Alexander Stevens, 616, 678
meet to receive the report, 574.-Mr. Letter from one of the filk weavers who
Ludlam's report in regard to the im paid their compliments to his grace of
provement in Mr. Harrison's time-piece, B-d, 264.-From Cambridge uni-
609,-See Harrison &c, in the index versity, to the earl of Hardwick, with
for the chronologer.

his answer, 482.–To the common-
Heads, remarkable lectures on, by George council of London on their extraordi.
Alexander Stevens, 616 and 678

nary address, 514.–To lord Bute from
Hemlock,

green,

its efficacy in cancers, an Englishman, 554.-From the present
communicated by the Royal Society, Emperor to his mother, on the death

56 of his father, 696. From the Empress
Herculaneum, discoveries made there by to her son and daughters on the same,
abbe Winckleman,

401

ib.-From an American in London to
Hill, Dr. his description of the water

his friend in America,

771
dock, with directions for its use, July, Lervis, Dr. his directions for making

213
ink,

531
Honeft man's reason for declining to take Libel and wat ants, an enquiry into the

part in the new administration, July, doctrine lately propagated,
350.-The answer to, 450.-His ad- Linen manufacture in France and Ireland
vice to the people of England, 481

some account of, July,
I.

Lives, judge Jefferys, 33:--Archbishop
A'MAICA, particulars of the dir. Usher, 103.- Bishop Tillotson, 154.

sentions there, 390. See American Sir Theodore Janssen, Bt. 215:-Of
intelligence.

archbishop Cranmer, 314.-Of David
Jansen, Sir Theodore, his life,

215. Garrick, Esq; July, 224. --Of lord
See index for the chronologer.

chancellor Hardwicke, 465.-Dr. Jobn
Fefferys, chancellor, his life,

33
Radcliffe,

603
Jeluits of Paraguay, an account of them, Longitude, narrative of the proceedings
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Conway, secretary, his character, by the
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503
monf. Voltaire, 238.-Decision of the Country parson's catechism, from the día.
parliament of Paris in his case,
247 philosophic portatif,

IIS
Cambridge university, a letter from, to Cornil, adm, receives the thanks of the
the earl of Hardwicke, with his an-

house of commons,

464
swer,

482 Cranmer, archbishop, his life, 314 & 340
Cancer, how cured by green hemlock,

D.
published by the Royal Society, 56

EBATES in the political club,
,

on the reduction of the land forces,
and general warrants, 37-Of juries,109
Carrol, Barney, executed at Tyburn, an

2.-On the dismission of general Con.
account of him, and his companions,

way, 3.-On taxing the colonies, 66.

-On reading the petition from the Eaft
Chandler, Dr. strictures on his conduct,

India company, 130.-On the infrac-

tion of the peace by the French, 242.-

696
Chaworth, Wm. esq; a narrative of the

On the regency bill, 258.-Lift of
duel between him and lord Byron, 259 Diologue in the Elysian fields, between

speakers,

571
Child, the growih of ove, very extraor-

the dukes of Devonshire and Bolton,
dinary account of,

342
Chimnies, of building them, to prevent Doctrine of libels and general warrants,

481
their sinoaking,

532
Chevalier, the young. See Stuart, Charles

an enquiry into it,

37

Dowdeswell, chancellor of the Exche.
Edward.
Christian, queen of Sweden, her senti-

quer, his character, by the North Brie
ton,

503
ments on toleration, July,
Churchill, (Rev. Mr.) an account of his Draper, gen. receives the thanks of the
sermon, with his poetical dedication to Duel, narrative of, between lord Byron

honourable house of commons, 464
the bihop of Gloucester, 70.- His cha-

and William Chaworth, Elq; 259.-
racter of the present age,

177

Between lord Kilmaurs and a French
Cibber, Theoph. memoirs of him,

officer at Marseilles,

262
Civil liberty, thoughts on by Dr. Brown,

E.
Cockeran, John, capt. of the Sandwich AST India company, state of their

contests, 181.-For an account of
the murder committed by part of the the war there, see political history, 740
crew, &c.

774
College leases, a letter concerning renew Edwin and Emma, reality of their story,
ing them,

305 by the curate of the parish, 350
Colebrook, Jof. his cure of cancers with Eloquence, its use, relative to the pul-
green hemlock,
56

150
Colonists, the British, a defence of them
by James Otis, Esq;

"LORIDA West, gov. Johnson's
Common council of London, a letter to, description of it, 117.-Description
on their extraordinary address to his of the Indians there,

119
majesty,

514 Foote, Mr. his new piece the Commistaa
Commissary, a new piece by Mr. Foote,

ry, account of,

322
322 France, the wild beast there, an account
Cominerce, the state of in Great Britain, of,

324
July, 215.-Observations on the linen

G.

, gen.
July,

217

Bouquci's ,
Conduct of the late miniftry impartially

55
antidcred,

748 Garrick, David, fome acc 'unts of him,
linity, a true picture of, 612 July,

224
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305 Inoculation, Dr. Monro's account of his
General warrants, a reply to the defence success in Scotland, 477.--Of the dus

of the majority on the question of, 9. chess of Boufflers in France, 769
-Confiderations on their legality, 106. Interest of Great Britain and America
-Lord Cambden's opinion of them, de contidered,

304
livered from the bench,

700 Ink, Dr. Le wis's directions for making,
Glafs, capt, an account of his tragical

531
fate, with the murder of his wife and Ide of Man, duke of Albol's case relative
daughter, on board the Sandwich, off to it, as presented to parliament, 266.
the coast of Ireland,

774

-Gov. Wood's speech on taking poffef-
Gloucefler, bishop of, his dedication to fion of it,

lord Mansfield, in the new edition of Juries, observations on, hy the author of
his divine legation, 569_Churchill's the legality of general warrants, 109
dedication to him,

K.
Grafton, duke of, his character by the ILMAURS, lord, a narrative of
North Briton,

503
Grenville, Rt. hon. George, his principles officer,

262
in regard to government, &c. July, 349 King's answer to the lord's address, 4.
H.

- To the commons, 6.-His speech for

establishing a regency, 235.-On clo-

465 fing the sellion, 318.-His letter to the
Harrington, lord, an account of robbing general assembly in Scotland, 323.-

his house, 50.- John Wefket's (his por His speech on opening the session, 760.
ter) confeflion,

54

The addresses of lords and commons, 761
Harrison, narrative of the proceedings on King, William, executed at Tyburn, an

examining his time-keeper, 114.-His account of him,
proposal, 115:-Farther minutes rela-

L.
of the board, 509 – The committee Alexander Stevens, 616, 678
meet to receive the report, 574.—Mr. Letter from one of the filk weavers who
Ludlam's report in regard to the im paid their compliments to his grace of
provement in Mr. Harrison's time-piece, B-d, 264.-From Cambridge uni-
609,-See Harrison &c. in the index versity, to the earl of Hardwick, with
for the chronologer.

his answer, 482.–To the common-
Heads, remarkable lectures on, by George council of London on their extraordi-
Alexander Stevens,

616 and 678

nary address, 514.–To lord Bute from
Hemlock,

, green, its efficacy in cancers, an Englishman, 554.-From the present
communicated by the Royal Society, Emperor to his mother, on the death

of his father, 696. From the Empress
Herculaneum, discoveries made there by to her son and daughters on the same,
abbe Winckleman,

401

ib.-From an American in London to
Hill, Dr. his description of the water his friend in America,
dock, with directions for its use, July, Lervis, Dr. his directions for making

213
ink,

531
Honest man's reason for declining to take Libel and warrants, an enquiry into the
part in the new administration, July, doctrine lately propagated,

37
350.-The answer to, 450.–His ad- Linen manufacture in France and Ireland
vice to the people of England, 481

some account of, July,

215
I.

Lives, judge Jefferys, 33:--Archbishop
A'MAICA, particulars of the dir Usher, 103.- Bishop Tillotson, 154.

Sir Theodore Janssen, Bt. 215.-Of
intelligence.

archbishop Cranmer, 314.–Of David
Jansen, Sir Theodore, his life, 215.

Garrick, Esq; July, 224.-Of lord
See index for the chronologer.

chancellor Hardwicke, 465.—Dr. Jobin
Jefferys, chancellor, his life,

33
Radcliffe,

603
Jeluits of Paraguay, an account of them, Longitude, narrative of the proceedings
343.-Of their suppression in France by relative to the discovery, 114, 474. -

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