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L I T E R A T U R E.

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W. KEN RICK,

LL. D.

AND OTHER S.

Quid fit pulchrum, quid turpe, quid utile, quid non. Hor.

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PRINTED BY EDWARD COX, No. 73, GREAT QU'EEN-STR ,

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MESSRS. WALLIS AND STONEHOUSE, IN LUDGATE-STREET.

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J A NU A RY, 1776.

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Sir David Dalrymple's Annals of Scotland

Dr. Priestley's Experiments and Observations on Air

Mickle's Translation of the Lusiad

19

Poetical Amusements at a Villa near Bath

Shaw's History of the Province of Moray

31

An Efsay towards establishing the Meature and Melody of Speech 33

Chalmers's Account of the Weather and Diseases of South Carolina 39

A Brother's Advice to his Sisters

48

Innes's Description of the Human Muscles

SI

Spence's Grand Repository of the English Language

52

Remarks on the different Opinions relative to the American Colonies 53

Scptennial Parliaments justified

54

The Morality of a Citizen

ib.

An Essay on Liberty and Necessity

58

Refignation no Proof

62

Dr. Drummond's Infancy, a Poem

69

The Election Ball in Poetical Epistles

70

Priestley's Philofophical Empiricism

73

Dr. Burney's History of Musick

80

Hunter's Reflections Critical and Moral

ib.

Dr. Burn's Observations on the Bill intended to be offered to Parliament ib.

Subscription; or, Historical Extracts

ib.

A Letter to a young Nobleman

White's De Utilitate Linguæ Arabicæ, in Studiis Theologicis, Oratio

A Description of the County of Middlesex

Whiteside's Duty of Hearers

ib.

Grant's short Account of the present Epidemic Cough and Fever

ib.

Dr. Primat's Differtation on the Duty of Mercy

ib.

Richardson's Grammar of the Arabic Language

ib.

An Address to the People on the Subject of the Contest between Great

Britain and America

The History of the Old Fringed Petticoat

Pleydell's Étay on Field Førtification

ib.

A farming Calendar

ib.

A Letter to the Author of a Pamphlet

ib.

The History of Lady Anne Neville

ib.

A solemn Declaration of Mr. Daniel Perreau

ib.

An Easy Introduction to Book-keeping

ib.

Marat's Enquiry into the Nature, Caule and Cure of a singular Disease in

the Eyes

ib.

FEBRUARY.

Hunter's Reflections on Lord Chesterfield's Letters

81

Mickle's Tranllation of Camoens' Lufiad, concluded

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Dr. Burney's History of Musick

102

Dr. Shaw's View of the Modes of promoting religious Instruction

III

Gibbons's History of the Fall of the Roman Empire

116

Miss Gilding's Breathings of Genius

128

Dr. Primatt's Differtation on the Duty of Mercy and Sin of Cruelty to

Brute Animals

133

The History of Lady Ann Neville

139

Dr. Price's Observations on the Nature of Civil Liberty

142

Dr. Fordyce's Character and Conduct of the Female Sex

146

Toplady's Joy in Heaven, and the Creed of Devils

149

A poetical Epistle from the late Lord Melcombe to the Earl of Bute Igo

Variety. A Tale

152

Ode for the Year 1776

154

Gray's Bard. A Pindaric Poem

155

The Blackamoor Wallı'd White. A Comic Opera

156

Lloyd's Phæbe at Court. An Operetta

159

Airs and Chorufles in the Masque of the Syrens

160

Priestley's Philosophical Empiricism

162

Observations on the Art of Brewing Malt Liquors

166

Strut's View of the Manners, Customs, Arms and Habits of the English 170

Rutty's Materia Medica Antiqua & Nova Repurgata & Illustrata

ib.

Rutty's Observations on the London and Edinburgh Dispensatories ib.

Emmerson's Miscellaneous Treatise on Mathematical Subjects

ib.

Forster's Nova Genera Planatarum

ib.

A further Examination of our present American Measures

ib,

Considerations on the American War

ib.

The Journal of the Proceedings of the Continental Congress

ib.

A Collection of all the Treaties of Alliance, &c.

ib.

The Critical Moment

ib.

The Heroic Epistle ansivered

ib.

Memoirs of Thomas Weston

ib.

Primitive Religion

ib.

Bishop of Carlisle's Reflections on the Life and Character of Christ ib.

The Whig

ib.

CORRESPONDENCE.

A Letter to the Rev. Dr. Richard Price

172

Replies to Correspondents

176

M ARCH.

Dr. Adam Smith's Enquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of

Nations

177

The Philosophical Transactions, Part II. for the Year 1775

188
Dr. Burney's History of Mufick, concluded

194

Ellays on Agriculture

204

Hunter's Reflections on Lord Chesterfield's Letters, concluded

211

Dr. Shaw's comparative View of the Methods of promoting Religious In-

Ritutions, concluded

219

Stockdale's Translation of Sabbathier's Institutions of ancient Nations

The Debtor's Pocket Guide

226

Thistlethwaite's Prediction of Liberty

230

Cumberland's Odes

234

Parodyson Gray's Elegy

236

The Runaway

237

Valentine's Day

238

A Lette to Dr. Price

240

The Rights of Great Britain asserted

ib.

'The Honour of Pariiament, &c. vindicated

243

Remarks on Dr. Price's Obseivations

ib.

Cukry Remarks on Dr. Price's Elay

245

An Fyn y, whether the guilt of the presen: civil War ought to be

inpulcu to England or America

250

ib.
ib.

ib.

ib.

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The State of the National Debt, by John Earl of Stair

250

An Address to the People, &c.

252

Amner's Essay on Daniel

253

Postscript to Strictures on the Gout

ib.
Letters from the Duches of Crui

ib.
The Captive Freed
Mrs. Rudd's Letter
Curry's View of the Wars of Ireland

ib.
The BlofToms of Virtue

ib.
Kearney's Lectures
Enquiry into the State of Boarding Schools

ib.
Loves of Calisto and Emira

ib.
Friendly Monitor for Rich and Poor

ib.
Layard's Effay on Duelling
Miscellanies in Prose and Verse

ib.
Letter to Lord Germaine

ib.
Efte's Medical Tracts

ib.
Effay on the King's Friends

ib.
Café of N. Nugent, Esq.

ib.
Bithop of St. David's Sermon

ib.
A р R I L.

The Original Works of Dr. W. King, Judge of the High Court of Admi-

ralty, &c.

257

The Philosophical Transactions, Part II. Vol. LXV. for 1775

265

Dr. Adam Smith’s Enquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of

271

Letters from Italy, describing the Manners, Cufioms, Antiquities, Paint-

ings, &c. of that Country

277

Dr. Falconer's Essay on the Water used in Diet at Bath

The Case of the laté Agent in the Royal Hospital at Plymouth

285.

Griffin's Interest Tables on an improved Plan

ib.

Moir's Discourses on practical Subjects

286

Wyone's universal Grammar, for the Use of those who are unacquaiated

with the learned Languages

ib.

A friendly Monitor for both Rich and Poor

288

Malton's compleat Treatise on Perspective, in Theory and Practice, on
the Principles of Dr. Brook Taylor

ib.

Colman's Spleen, or Iington Spa. A Comic Piece of two Acts

291

Colman's Epicæne, or the Silent Woman. A Comedy

295

Colman's occasional Prelude on the opening of the Theatre Royal 296

Robinson's Plea for the Divinity of our Lord Jesus Christ

297

A Liturgy on the Universal Principles of Religion and Morality 303

Williams's Introduction to a Liturgy on the universal Principles, &c.

Primitive Religion elucidated and restored, &c. by a Divine of no Church 308

Dr. Priestley's Political Empiricisin: a Letter to the Rev. Mr. John

Wesley

311

A Letter to the Noblemen and Gentlemen, who addressed his Majesty on

the American Rebellion

314

Reflections on the prefent State of the American war

315

Dr. Levison's Essay on the Blood

Obedience the best Charter. A Letter to Dr. Price

A Remonstrance with the Court of Common-Council

A Letter to a Baptist-minister

Scott's Amwell; a descriptive Poem

ib.

The Patent; a Poem

327

The Captive Freed; or the Rescue of the Muse. A poetical E Tay 328

Joliafoniana, or a Collection of Bon Mots, &c. by Dr. Johnson and others 329

Croker's Instructions for young People in the public worthip of God 330

Memoirs of an unfortunate Qucen

ib.

Dr. Percival's Instructions to his Children

331

The

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