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ed, 153


scribed, 517;

potteries, discovered in the Mof- King's legislative authority over
quito country, 278. See also conquered countries, 139.

MARCELLINUS, Ammianus, his

advantageous account of the fer-
Lexel, Mr. his obf. on the peri- tility of Judea, 569.
: odicat time of the comet of 1770, Martin, bonet Tom, his objec-

tions to the profession of an at-
Lexicon. See Biel.

torney, 300. His hiftory of
Life, poetical picture of the mife- Thetford, ib.
ries.of. 393:

MASERES, Baron, his method of
Light, philosophically inveftigat- finding a pear value of the very
Its nature contrary

flowly converging infinite feries,
to that of fue, 154:

&c. 42. His method of extend.
LIGHTNING. See CowPER. ing Cardan's rule for resolving
LOADSTONE, See KNIGHT. one case of a cubic equation, &c.
LONDON, poetical foresight of the Masson, Mr. his account of the
ruins of, 128.

island of St. Miguel, 49.
LONGFIELD, Dr. See Astro- Meadows. See Bos WELL.

MEDICINE, Royal Society of, in
LOrt, Mr. his obf. on Celts, 110, France, a new inftitution, 511,
Lowth, Bishop, his new transla- Hiftory of, ib.

tion of Ifaiah, fpecimen of, 285. Mengs, the celebrated painter,
Lucy, Sir Tho, fupposed to be anecdotes of, 564.

the person alluded to by Shake- Metelin, the ancient Lesbos dea
spear, under the character of
Justice Shallow, 258.

Miguel, St. island of, hot fount-
LYON, Mr. his defcript. of a Ro ains there, described, 49. Their

man bath, discovered at Dover, efficacy, in the care of the gour,


Milles, Dr. his acc. of two Auto
MACHINES, to shorten labour, rei, found by digging in the
their utility, 225

Tower of London, 276. See
MACQUART, M. his remarkable also, p. 282.

cure of an abscess formed in the Moguls, their tyranny over the
cefophagus, by means of mere
cury, 513.

Mosquito fhore, curious caftern
MADNESS, new treatise concern- vases, found there, 277. See.

ing the nature and cure of, 564. also the Letter and Note p. 278
MAHON, Lord, his invention for Music, extraordinary genius for ia
securing buildings from fire, 51.

an infant, 209.
The experiment tried, ib. Music, philosophically confidered,
MAILLA, Fath, de, mistaken in

his opinion of the Chinese Chro. Music of the ancient Greeks, 577.
nology, 506.

MUTZENBECHER's edit, of Biel's
Man, his organization, vital prin- Philological Thesaurus, 235.
ciple, &c. investigated, 401.

plan of a complete hittory of, NECESSITy, philofophical, at-

facked, and defended, 29.
MANNERS, dramatic, crit. remarks NETHERLANDS, united provinces
on, 187.

of, their glorious struggle for
MANSFIELD, Earl of, his opinion freedom, 373. Their wonder-
controverted, concerning the

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Indians, 543


fhore, 277

used in their debates, for and from Eng. to Davis's Streights,

againit a peace with Spain, 375. &c. 52. His accidental death,
NONSUCH-house, &c, fome ac- ib. tbe note.
count of, 281.

Pile-driver, théory of that ma's
NOUVEAUX Elemens de la science

chine, 383.
dt Homme, 401.

PIN E-apple, a valuable treatise for

the culture of, recommended,
ORAN Outang, acc. of the or-

gans of speech in, 220. Political intrigues, of the cabis
ORRED, Mr. his account of a case net under Henry IV. &€. 554.

in which the head of the os bue Pope, Mr. his description of the
meri was fawn off, 216.

tower of Dornadilla, 271.
Os HUMERI. See ORRED. POPERY, principles of appreciated,

676 See more under CATHO•
PALESTINE, country of, its ferti-

lity, &c. asserted, in opposition Pownal, Mr, his account of the
to Voltaire, and other infidel earthen-ware discovered in the
writers, 565.

fea, near Whitstable Bay, 275:
PALMER, Mr. his notions respecto

of curious earth
ing philosoph, necessity, &c. 29. en vases, found on the Mosquito
Pan-fand. See EARTHEN.WARE.
Parnel, Mr. a remarkable saying Potteries, ancient remains of,

of his, in the Irill House of discovered on the Mosquito coaft,
Commons, 247;

Parties, state of, in the British PRAISE, the love of, discuffed,
court, in 1757, 118.

PARTINGTON, Mr. his success in Price, Dr. his notion with se-
medical electricity, 309.

spect to come in the neceffarian
Pau, M. his account of the Chi.

doctrine, 3;.
nese controverted, 521.

censured for his foreboding
PAUSANIUS, his testimony to the and desponding spirit, in respe&
fertility of Judea, 569.

of our political affairs, 447. His
Peggs, Mr. his account of St. remarks respecting annuities,
George, the patron saint of Eng. &c. ib.

PRIESTLEY, Dr. his notions of
bis remarks relative to

philosophical neceflity, and ma-
Croyland abbey, 110.

terialism, attacked and defended,
his examination of the 29. Ridiculed, 64.
question whether Ireland and

ketch of the controver-
Thanet are void of serpents, 113. sy between him and his oppo-

his account of some stone nents on matter, &c. 223.
coffins, 271. His explanation of Princes, education proper for,
a passage in Gildas, 274.

574. Ought not to employ their
his observations on con- time and attention on any arts or
ventual seals, 279.

sciences not immediately relative
PERSECUTION, excellent parable to government, 575.
against, 196.

PRUSSIA, K. of, bis ideas of the
PETRIFACTION. See King. relation between a citizen and
Perere, M. le, his successful ap.

his country, 132.
plication of the burning-glass

in the cure of ulcers, 513. UICKSILVER, remarkable cure
PICKERSGILL, Lieut. his account of an absceis wrought by, 513.
of the track of the brig Lion,


Jand, 107:

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shire, 114

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tion in, 340.

RICHMOND, Duke of, his ability employed to alter Clarendon's
in conducting the inquiry into

history, 303.
the management of Greenwich Society, new. See Medicine.
Hospital, 233.

SOPHOCĻES, his Oedipus Tyrannut.
ROBINS, Mr. his experiments rer

translated, 394.
lative to gunnery, 122.

Speculation, a poem, by Mr.
ROMANCĘ, dispute about the de. Ankey, extracts from, 474.
rivation of that word, 274:

ST. GEORCE, the patron saint of
Rooke, Mr. his account of two England, the personal existence
Roman Camps in Gloucester- of disputed, 106.

STRANGE, Mr. his account of
Rox, Col. See SHUCKBURGH. Roman antiquities in Wales,

Salt. See Hoepfer.

his account of some Roo
SCHEHALLIEN, mountain of, man inscriptions, &c. in Istria,

STUART, Lord James, a great pro-
Scio. See Chio.

mcter of the Reformation in
SCOTLAND, reformation in that Scotland, his character, 338.

country how promoted, 338. St. Vitus's dance, cured by elec.
Project for introducing a stand-

tricity, 215
ing army in, 339. Reflections Sugar, acid of, a new discovery,
on the progress of the Reforma- 76.

SUGAR Cane. See Cazaud.
Scott, Mr. his account of a re-

markable imperfection of sight, TANJORE, conquest of, consider-

SEALs. See Brooke. See BrkTCHesme, or Chesme, harbour of

described, 518.
SERIES, infinite, &c. See Ma- Telescope. See JeuRAT.

THETFORD, hilt, of, 300. Cu-
SHAKESPEAR, his plays arranged rious bill of expences for equip.

according to their dates, 18. His ping two horsemen there, to
acquaintance with the stage, serve in the wars, in the reign of
when began, 19. Remarks on
his excelencies, 25. Critical Toleration of Roman Catholics
explanations of remarkablé pal- in England defended, 116, And
sages in his plays, 257-270.

in Scotland, 149.
SHERIDAN, Counsellor, combats TRANSLATOR, his principal qua-

Sir W. Blackstone's doctrine, lifications and duty, 282.
respecting the power of the Bri- TRELAWNEY, Sir Harry, his ver-

tish Parliament in regard to lie- satility, 326.
ŞHUCKBURGH, Şir George, his Vanity, admirable pi&ture of,

rules for measuring of heights 105.
with the barometer, compared Van Swinden's plan for a treatise
with those of Col. Roy, 37. See on the Aurora Borealis, 310.
also HUTTON.

Vases, Ancient, discovered on
SIGHT, extraordinary particulars the Mosquito Shore, 277.

respecting a most remarkable im- VEGETABLES, their power of cor-

perfection of that sense, 50. recting bad air, 346. Yet they
SMITH, Edw, ftory of his being themselves emit a noxious air in



ed, 124.



Ed. III. 301.

land, 359.

the night, ib. Experiments re- concerning interpolations, 381,
lative to, 347, 504.

His general resolution of alge.
Vision, curious exper. relative braical equations, 383.
to, 53•

WATERING of Meadows, direc-
ULCERS, cured by the burning- tions for, 456.
glass, 513

WATERS, rules, &c. for the ana-
ULLOA, Don, his observations on

lyfis of, 73
the eclipse of the Sun, June 270 Watson, Dr. his experiments on
1779, 213

lead ore, 48.
VOLCANOES. See EARTHQUAKE. WATSON, Mr, his acc, of some an-
VOLTAIRE, bis argument againit tiquities in Cheshire, &c. 109.

the authority of the Scriptures, WASHINGTON, General, complis
drawn from the fterility of Ju- mentary verses to, 389. Me.
dea, &c. obviated, 506,

moirs of, where to be found,

Wales, Roman antiquities in, West, Mr. his account of fome

Roman antiquities at Lancaiter,
WALLERIUS, Professor, his phy-

fico-chymical meditations on the Wilson, Mr. his account of Dr.
origin of the world, 153. His Knight's method of makin; ar-
'introduction to the history of tificial loadstones, 221,

writers on mineralogy, 160. Women, young, falutary effect of
WALPOL E, Sir Robert, his supposed their breath, upon old men,
dialogue with Mr. Pelham, on

his system of political corruption, Woulfe, Mr. his experiments on

mineral substances, 217.
WARBURTON, Mils, verses to, WYNDHAM, Mr. his conjecture re-

Jative to an ancient building at
WARING, Profefior, his Problems

Warnford, 280.


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