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L O N D ON:

Printed for R. GRIFFITHS:
And Sold by T. Becket, Corner of the Adelphi, Strand.

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c.

Ducha's Sermons,

AMPBELL'S Address to the People Duncan on the Evidence of Reason in

of Scotland,

149 Proof of the Immortality of the Soul,

CAMPBELL'S Charity Sermon at Si.

58

Andrew's Dublin,

414

E.

CANADIAN Freeholder, Vol. II. con. ASTERN Eclogues,

450

cluded,

139

EDEN's Letters to Lord Carlile,

CANDID Examination of the mutual

3d Edit.

167

Claims of Great Britain and the Colo-

Additional Letter,

ib.

nies,

492 ELECTRICITY, Publications relative to,

CASTLE of Infamy,

495

308, 435

CEMENTS. See HIGGINS.

ELEGIAC Epistles op Love and War, 493

CHALMERS's Political Annals of the Elliot's Philosophical Observations, 53

present United Colonies, 464 Enquiry into the Defign of the Chrifa

CLARA and Antonio. See LETTERS tian Sabbath,

95

CLARE on the Cure of Abscesses, &c. &c. EPISTLE from Fox to Townshend, 170

2d Edit.

243

from Browne Dignam,

CLAVERING's Essay on the Construction

to a Friend,

461

and Building of Chimneys,

408

from Joseph Surface, Esq; to

COMBER's Memoirs of Wandesforde, 91

Mr. Sheridan,

496

COMMERCIAL Restraints on Ireland Essay on Modern Martyrs, 240

considered,

162

on the Character and Reign of

CONSTITUTION of England, 167 King Charles I.

302

Cook, Capt. Elegy on,

- on the Interests of Great Britain

Cook's Voyage. See RIMARKS.

in regard to America,

492

Cool Thoughts on American Indepen- Essays Moral and Religious, 251

dence,

88

F.

CONFINEMENT for Debt. See In- Acts, addressed to the Landholders,

QUIRY.

&c.

CONSIDERATIONS on the Laws between FANATICAL Divinity exposed, 191

Debtors and Creditors,

314

FANATICISM and Treason, &c.

503

CONSIDERATIONS libres fur le Divorce, FAST Day, a Lambeth Eclogue, 408

325

FATAL Falsehood, a Tragedy,

CONSIDERATIONS on the intended Mo- FAUCETT, John, his Death of Eumenio,

dification of Poyning's Law, 408

246

CONSIDERATIONS on the late Disturbe FAUCETT, Benjamin, his Appendix to

ances,

502

his Candid Reflections, &c. 499

CORRESPONDENCE with the Reviewers, FELL's Demoniacs, &c. in Answer to

96, 174, 253, 335, 416, 504

Farmer,

177

COTTAGERS, a Mufical Entertainm.ent, Five Leiters, &c.

81

171

FOREIGN Literature, 70, 153, 235, 397.

COWLEY's Maid of Arragon,

Four Letters from the Country Gentle-

CRISIS,

489

man,

240

CRITIC; or, Tragedy rehearsed, 172

Fox's Tranlation of Mehegan, 249

Anticipated,

See TICKELL.

CROCKER's Catechism,

251 FRANKLIN's Political and Philosophical

D.

Pieces,

194

EAP Lover,

323

FRUIT Gardener,

290

DEBATE, in the Irish House of FURLY's ViGtation Sermon,

415

Commens,

G.

247

in Coaclmaker's Hall, 248 RAMMAR. See BENGAL,

378

ib.

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486

490 HAYLEY's Epifle to a friend on the

Dy BARRY's Lett

491 Death of John Thurnton, Esq;

461

HEADS

.

Heads of an Agreement between Go. Letter to Archdeacon Law,

326

vernment and the East India Company,

from Sir Harry Trelawney, ib.

244

to the People of Ireland, 407

HIDLIY's Pra&ical Arithmetic, 328

from a Gentleman in the

NERVEY's Sermons on the Divinity of House of Commons,

485

Chrift,

425 LETTERS on Taxation,

83

Higgins's Experiments on Cemenis,

of Papinian,

89

&c.

361

on the Utility and Policy of

HISTORICAL and Political Reflections

employing Machines to thorten Labour,

on the American Rebellion, 407

224

HISTORY «f a French Louse, 81

Four,

240

of the political Connexion be-

between Clara and Antonia,

tween England ano Ireland, 306

323

of the Reformation in Scor-

From D. Harley, Eq:

486

land,

337

of the Couniets du Barry, &c.

of the United Netherlands, 372

491

HUMBLE Attempt for the Intruction of LINDSEY's Two Dissertations,

Youch,

251 LINCOLN, Bishop of, his Sermon. 30th of

1.

January, before the House of Lords,

Exkins's Discourses,

411

JERNINGHAM's Ancient Englith LOTHIAN's History of the United Pro-

Wake,

169 vinces,

372

J esse's Remonftrance,

500

Love and Madness,

326

İMPARTIAL Thoughts on a free Trade LOUSE. See HISTORY,

to Ireland,

166 Lowth's Ilsiah, concluded, 282

INDIA, Eaft, Publications relative to, LYTTELTON, Lord, Poem on the Death

124, 146, 244 of,

87

INGENHOUSE's Experimen's on Vege-

kis Poems,

tables,

345

M.

INQUIRY into the Policy of making ACAULAY's Unanimity, a Poem,

Conquests for the Mahometans in In-

409

dia,

124 MAHON, Lord, his Principles of Elec.

into the Conduct of General tricity,

435

Burgoyne,

174 MARTIN's History and Antiquities of

concerning long Confinement Thetford,

299

for Debt,

315

MARTYN's Letter to Dr. Wynne, 248

See SABBATH,

MATRIMONIAL Insolvent Act,

JOHNSON and Steevens's Shakespear, 2d MATRIMONY, a Tale,

Edition,

MAURICE's Poems,

391

concluded,

257 MEHEGAN'S View of Universal History

IR LLAND, Pamphlets relative to, 162, translated,

249

166, 247, 306, 316, 407, 485 MELMOTH's Tutor of Truth,

Irwin's Eaftern Eclogues,

450 MENDHAM's Serious Thoughts,

K.

MIDDLETON's Biographia Evangelica,

INKVERVANKOTSDARSPRAKEN-

250

GOTCHDERNS, Anecdote of the Miles's Artifice, a Comic Opera, 411

Fami'y of,

368 MILITARY Instructor,

87

Kippis's Charity Sermon at Gravel MILITARY Memoirs of Great Britain,

Lane,

415

KIRKLAND's Thoughts on Amputation, MILMAN Animadverfiones de Natura Hya

dropis ejusque Curatione,

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Knox's Essays, Vol. II.

61 MILNE's Sermans,

428

L,

MILTON. See REMARKS.

AMBERT's Sermons,

327 MIRROR; or Harlequin every where, 172

MODERN Anecdote of the ancient Fa.

the Clergy of Rochester,

mily, &c.

Letter concerning,

326 MONTGOMERY's Sermon at St. Ni.

LESSONS 00 Elocution,

173 died's on the Anniverfary of Q. Eliza-

LETTER to Lord Sandwich, from a beth's Release from the Tower, 413

Sailor,

84 MORGAN's Doctrine of Annuitics, &c

to the Whigs,

160

414

to Lord North,

210 MOORE, Mrs. her Fatal Falle!:ood, a

to Edmund Burke, Esq; on his Tragedy,

134

Speech,

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