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Monthly Chronology: and by the malignant improvement BILL of MORTALITY, for Detheir minifters make, in all the fo

cember, -784. reign Courts, of every little accident or dissention among us; the riot of a Male Whites above 60, few soldiers in Philadelphia, the re- Female do.

do.

6. folves of some town.meetings, the re• Male do. between 12 and 60, 8. Judance to pay taxes, &c.all which Female do.

do. are exaggerated, to represent our White Children under 12, governments as so many aparchies of Black do. under

do. which the people themselves are weary; the Congress as having loft its in Ruence, being no longer reípe&t. ed... I say it is easy from this conduet,

BAPTIZED,

30. to see that they hear us no good will, and they wish the reality of which, An OBITUARY, for Dec. 1784. they are pleased to imagine. They

DIED have too numerous a royal progeny to provide for, some of whom are

At Biggleswade (England) Mr. educated in the military line ; in these George Alexander Stephens, author circumftances we cannot be too care- of the celebrated Ledures on Heads, ful to preserve the friendship we have &c. on the roth Sept. acquired abroad, and the union we

At Annapolis, Robert Eden, Bart. have established at home, to secure our Governor of that State, previous to duty by a punctual discharge of our the revolution. obligations of every kind, and our re

At Portsmouth (N. Hampfire) putation by the wisdom of our coun- Capt. John Grant, Atat.

58. cil, since we know not how soon we Mr. Theodore Jackson, son of may have fresh occasion for friends, Dr. Hall Jackson, of that town, 19. for credit, and for reputation."

At Savannah (Georgia) Rev. Al27. We have advices from Canada, len Mather of New Haven. that the Governor, General Haldi- At Newport Rev. Erasmus Kelley, mand, had not failed for England on paftor of the firft Baptift Church in the roth November laft, and it was ihat city. apprebended he would delay his de- At New Salem, Mrs. Lucy Kendall, parture lo long as to admit the ice consort of Mr. Sammuel Kendall, to make. No address either from junr.

32. the French or English inhabitants had At Salem, Mrs.Margaret Cleveland, been presented to him, nor was any consort of Mr. Stephen Cleveland, expeded to be set on foot. His de Merchant,

37. parture from the province was more Mrs. Abigail Profor, relia of Mr. wilhed for, than regretted. The Thorndyke Proctor,

82. furr trade had been successful, and Mrs. Mary Pickering, reli&t of Deathe Mhips loaded with peltry had fail. con Timothy Pickering,

76. ed. The famous M. St. Luc de le

At Charlestown, Mis. Martha Coru, an Indian leader, died at Auftin, the virtuous consort of Mr. Montreal, early in Odober.

Ebenezer Auftin,

29. We hear that a vessel is arrived at At Brain,ree, Mrs. Rebecca ThayPortsmouth, io forty two days from er, consort of Col.Ebenezer Thayer, Lifbon, and brings advice, that the formerly counsellor of this then Proinhabitants of Portugal were experi- vince. encing great diftress from a prevail- At Bofton, Mrs. Mary Bass, 80. ing scarcity of grain.

Mrs. Susanna Farmer,

57No sooner have we quieted the In- Mr. Barrett, dians on our nothern frontiers(by the Mr. Thomas Keith, late treaty) than hostilities are com- Mrs. Green, Widow, mencing on our southern, the (ava. Mr. John Mingerson,

43. ges having made several iproads and Mr. Samuel Wheeler, carried in several scalps.

Mrs. Mary Walker,

52. Mrs.

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Mrs. Elizabeth Hurley,

60.' Mrs. Hinnah Stephens, Mr. John Barry,

50. Mr. Jacob Ame, Mis. Smith.

Mrs. Hapah Eurogwood, M.s. Mirgaret Livingflon, bezmi. D1. Wulam Adur, able confort of Mr. Joua R. Living. Mr. Andre Carphel, fiori, Mersbart,

24, Mr. Jo New 2, Mrs. Johny Mirllon,

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INDEX to tbe Ejays, Differtations, &c. 631

AN

ALPHABETICAL

IN DE X,

To the BOSTON MAGAZINE,

V Ó L. I.

Efsays, Dissertations, Anecdotes, Occurrences, &c. &c.

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A.

Brutus and Lucretia, observati-

ons on the Story of, 429.
Addison's Style,Character of,92.
Address, Paragraph of an, to

C.
Gen. Washington,

173.
,

474
Adulation, a Deaf Bar to, recom-

,

378.
mended to the Fair,

333.

Cobham, Francis, Story of, 274.
Adulation, Thoughts on,

568.

Cluftered animal Flower account
Adventure, Interefting,

384.
of,

566.
Advertisement,

345

Commencement of the Liberties
Aerial Navigation,

433, 476. of Switzerland, account of, 545.
Aeroftatic Machine, Experiments Compre De Grasse, Life of, 66.
made with,

319.

Cold, Natural History of, 25, 51,105.
Agriculture, Observations on, 186, Cold Water, Fatal effe&s of

239, 316.
drinking,

368.
American Lady, Letter from to Coluber Cerafes, an account of
her Son,

326.
the,

334.
Amfterdani, Description of, 188. Congress, Resolve of, refpexing
Anecdote of a Painter,

390.
pational Debt,

397, 448.
Animal Heat, Thoughts on,

84.

Report of the Committee of,

containing a plan for a Mi.
E.

litary establith ment, 489,533.
Cooper, Dr. Chara&er of,

191,
ARREN Writers, Useful in. Couutry Physician, Whimsical
vention for,

142.
diftress of,

23
Batchelors Mand, Description Criticism on Nonsense, Introduc.
of,

tion to,

8.
Bethlehem in Pennsylvania, an

Criticism on Nonsense,
Account of,

277.
Criticism and Genius, on,

56.
Bill of Mortality, 381, 405,453, 501,

Cupid turned Fisherman,

18.
541, 629. Curiosity, the advantages of, a
Brevity, Beaulies of,

340.
Fable,

269.
Brick, on making,

Cuftoms uf the World Satirized, 372.

219.

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313

D.

French Writers, remarkable cha-
EFINITIVE Treaty be.

rader of,
Der

tweep Great Britain and
the United States of America, 74.

G.
D'Eon, Mademoifelle, Memoirs

ENERAL Court, Proceed-
of,

ings of, 163, 211, 355, 401,
Description of the different

539, 578.
Soakes in the Southern States, 171.

Lift of,
Dirgu filige og rational Chrifti Genius and Tafte, on,

169.
adity,

Geographical Gazetteer, propo.
on the nature of Time, 89, 143. Tals for colle&ing,

499.
Dissertation of the curious Art of Government, Thoughts on,
imparting Speech,

585. Grandison, Sir Charles, Remarks
Drinket, Edward, the life and

1$3.
death of;

86.
Grecian Story,

367.
Drowned Persons, on the reco• Gubbins,Gubbleftones, and Ciut.
very of,

371. terbuck, Misfortunes of, 337-

306.

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12,

IO

E.

H.

ARvey's Style, Chara&er of, 91.
ARTHQUAKE, Sir Wm.
Hamilson's account of, 95 lionour, Ideas of,

475.
Education, on, 176, 238, 319. Hoop Petticoats, argoments, on, tuo.
Emina in a dilemma,

130. Human Body, on the different
Eng! th Universities, on the, 180.

Organs of the,

324, 423.
Enigmatical Queftions, 30, 110, 118,

248.

I.
Answered, 68, 73, 159, 248. INCONSTANCY, on, 18s.
Ellay on Beauty, 363, 429, #63. Indian and Negro, Humour-
on Bottled Cyder, 287. ous dispute between,

565
on the. Magagement of Industry, on,
Bees, 525, 561, 613) Information to those who would
on the right of Consei.

remove to America,
ence 99192, 149, 1750-230, Interview, the,

21.
on Entertainment,

380,
on Flattery,

183)

J.
on Love and Marriage, IS)

ENNYNS Soam, Stri&ores
on Patriotism,

on,
on the Spleen,

9.

Jones, Susannah's, Tryal, *205.
on Tafe,

'53) Juftice, Proposals for a new me-
on Vanity,

thod of diftributing,
Epitaph on Yorick's Eliza, 349, Justice Swayed by Money,

332
Epitaphs,

616.
Elvira and Jacintha, Story of, 425.

K.
IRRILY, Mrs. her Tryal, 209.

;
F.
ACETUS,

61, 285
Pair Sex, a warning to, 381. LANGHANS, Madam, De
Fairblut Shepherd,

fcription of her Tomb, 55
Fame, on je Love of,

217. Latin lines on a Boy and Girl
Eatal Tod thereuce,

47).

with one Bye,
Ferielon's Letter to Observator, 28. Letter to Henry Inconftani, 247.
Franklo, Dr. Anecdure of,

294,

Lbertinifm, Sentiments on,
Frederie, Justice og

286. Locuit, Natural Hifiory of ine, 549.
French and Englih Divines, a Love, lit consequences of,
comparative view oi,

Ludovico and Honoria, Loves of,466.
Free Republican, 138, 192,271,375, Luxury the effeminate debarer
420, 546, 585 of the Souls

226.

222.

L.

2659

419.

140.

335.
M.

136.

INDEX 10 tbe Ejays,. Di Jertalions, &c.

633

MADEIRA, Defcription of

. SA

336.

, on, 6% 10%;

596.

386.

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208, 258, 30432351,499, T

225

M.

S.
ANCHO, Igoațius, Letters
601.
from,

328.
M100, on,

178, 228, 289. Savages of North America, re-
Married Women, advice to, 269.

marks concerning,

527, 556.
Mareroal Affection,

104. Scriptural Benediâions and box.
Mathematical Questions, 390, 436,

ologies,

517.
483. Scotland, Superfitions pra&ised
Answered, 414, 484, 570,617. in,

224.
Matrimony, Plan for the encou: Sea-Cow, an account of,

174
ragement of,

522. Sexes, on the intercourse between
Meteorological Observations, 40, 80, the,
123, 166, 214, 262, 310, 358, 405, Shaftsbury's Style, chara&er of, 148.

454, 502, 542, 582, 630. Shipwreck, Narrative of, 387, 415,
Mirer's Prayer,

526.

468, 513, 557, 591.
Monkey, account of a Angular Sharp, Archbishop, Anecdote of, 29.
Species,

374. Sidney, Algernon's Letter againg
Mortar, on Making, 299, 339, 382, Bribery and Arbitrary go-

432, 555
vernment,

334
N.

Stature, Form, &c. of the differ.

ent Nations, on,
News, Foreign, 35, 77, 119, Swearing, on the vice of,
160,205, 256, 303, 351, 399, 447, Susappan's Letter to Observator, 99.

497, 534, 525, 624. Swift's Style, Character of, 90.
American, 35, 77, 121, 161,

T.

EMPLE's Style, Chara&er of, 91.
498. 535, 575,625. Tiloison's Style,Character of, 91
New Testament Chrinian an Treaty of Peace, between Ruffia
rwered,

567. and the Porte,
0.

of Amity and Commerce,

between the King of Sweden
309, 357, 405, 453, 501,

and United States of Ameri.
$41, 5X1, 629.
ca,

347, 299.
Observator's Address,

47.

Trumbul, Governor's Address
Old Age, Triumpli over,

195.

to she General Assembly of
Observations upon this queftion,

Connecticut,
Has the Discovery of Ame-
rica been useful or hurtiut to

Mankind,
Oddily, an,

129. Versailles, Description of, 471..
Oficer's address to Gen. Wan.

Vice, the progress of,

411.
ington,
45. Voltaire, Prayer of,

338.
P.

Chara&er and Death of, 361,
ATIENCE, Thoughts on,

Memoirs of,

461, 511.
Pelizen, Count, affeding

W.
History of,

268.

AR, on the folly and Wick-
Perrin, Story of,

106.
edness of,

249.
Petition or discarded U,

Calamities of,

127.
Philosophical Questions, 436. Warren, Maj. Gen. Memoirs of, 221.
Pian for ien pew States, 254. Washington, General's Farewell
Peasure, on,
482. Orders,

437
Poem, Proposals for,

196.

Refignation,
Poetry, on,

Water, New method of drawing, 457.
Preliminary articles of Peare, account of consecrating at St.P.460.

between his Britannic Mi- Weather. Judgment of the, 234.
jeity, and the Mof Chrif- Wind, Observations on the,
tian King,

Whale Fiming, account of, .
Proclamation,

OBITUARY, 131,265, 213, 261,

117

V.

280. VENONI, and Louisa, Story

562, 611.

IO.

PA

24.

83.

100.

235.
243

255.
Women, of,

605.

203.

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