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At Springfield, Rev. Robert Breck,

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26. Mrs. Sarah Sigourney, confort of Mr. Charles Sigourney, mer chant.

30 At Lancaster, William Duo more, Elai

27. At Boston, very fudden, Mr. Gles Hicks, lately from the Island ? Tobago, a native of Philadelphia, ald formerly an officer in the Pennsylva. nia corps,

23 29. Mr. John Hunt, merchant. 70

May 2. At Boton, Mrs. Rolinha Eack, confort of Mr.More Black, 55 1.11. William Firmek,

35 12. Mrs Sarah Curtis,

46 Mr. Nathaniel Brewer,

47 Mr. Joseph Gendal,

24 15. A: Little Cimbridge, M:s. Encabern Capen,

24 Ac Bolton, Mrs. Clifabeth Rug. gles, contort of Mr. Robert Ruggles.

43 18. At Boston, John Bradford, Ery; late continental agent in the marine department,

61 Mrs. Waldo,

79 Mrs. Sarah Hodge, confort of Mr. Robert Hodge,

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Boston Mag.June 1784

J.Norman Ss.

MADEMOISELLE de BEAUMONT or the

CHEVALIER DE ON
Femali. Mi nifterPlenipo. Capt.of Dragoons te

Ofe.

F

Τ Η Ε"

Boston Magazine

For U N E,

1784.

CONTAINING,

316

Pige, On making Mortar, 339 Memoirs of Madememoiselle Epitaph on Yorick's Eliza, 940 D'Eon,

313 The Beauties of B:evity, ibid. On Agriculture,

POFTICAL ESSAYS,
On Education,

"317
The Invitation,

441 Experiments made with the Verses written by an Engl th Aerontaric Machine, 319

Lady to an American Offi. Da che Differeni Organs of the cer while a prisoner, 343 human Body,

324

The Officer's Auswer, ibid.
A Letter froin an American A Prayer to Indifference, ibid.

Lady to her son, 326, The Wedding Ring 344
Memoirs of the life of Ignatius To Flavella,

ibid.
Sancho,

323 The Divine presence. A Sacred Anecdotes of the Rusian Em

Ode,

346 pire,

330 Epitaph ocLaurence Sternyibid. Juftice swayed by Money, 332

STATA PAPERS. A deaf ear to adulation recom- Treaty of Amity and Commended to the Fair,

333

merce bel ween his Majesty, On the Coluber Ceraftes, 334 the King of Sweden and Luxury the effeminale debarer the United States,

347 of the soul,

335

MONTHLY CHRONOLOGY.
On the intercourse between the

Foreign News,

350
lexes,
335 American News,

ibid.
Mislortunes of Gubbios, Gub. Proceedings of the General
blestones, and Clutter buck, Court,

355

Mereorological Observations,
Voltaire's Prayer,

for joge, 1784.
With the following EMBELLISHMENTS, viz.
No. I. Mademoiselle D'Eun, &c. No. II. The horned Viper.

332 338

358

B 0. S. T 0 N:
Printed and Published by NORMAN, WHITE and

FREEMAN,
At their Printing Office the North side of the Market.

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A number of pieces are received, which came too late for publication this month, shall be duly noticed in their

next.

The Editors would esteem it a peculiar favour, if their correspondents would send their lucubrations earlier in the month,

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