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SEJOUR, M, du, his new analytical me-
thod of calculating eclipfes of the Sun,
&c. 486, 494,
SERPENTS, their property of charming,

SESTINI, Abbé, his Letters from Sici-
ly &c, 307

SHEFFIELD, D. of Bucks, curious cir-
cu nftance of his felf-education, 106.
His petry characterized, 107.
SHIELLS, Robert, concerned with Cib-
ber in writing the Lives of the Poets,

SIDNEY, Algernon, his character de-
fended, 402.

SIGAUD de la Fond, M, his view of
electrical phenomena. from the origin
of that dif overy to the prefent time,

SNOWDON, defcription of that mountain,

SODOR, derivation of, 98.
SOLDANI, Don, his obf, on the Nautilic
and Ammon tic earths of Tulcany. 310.
SPANIARDS vindicated from the charge

of cruelty in their treatment of the
Americans, 309.

SPORTSMAN, cruel being, 217.
SPOTS in the Sun, new hypothefis of,

STANZA, poetical, uniformity and di-
verity of, critically difcuffed, 14
STORIA della litteratura Italiana, 308. :
STORY of a Pagan tyrant and a Chrif-
tian hero, 391.

SULZER, M. Eulogy of, 510. His tra-
vels, 541.

SUN, new analytical methods of calcu-
lating eclipfes of, 486. Concerning the
fpots in, 492. See SPOTS.
SWALLOWS, obf. on the torpidity of,
265. Pafs the winter in water, 302.
SYMPATHY, a poem, various extracts
from, 221126.

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UBER die Reformation, 465.
VEGETABLES, poifenous, obf. on, 157.
VERSES relative to fome Graces lately
paffed at Cambridge. 314.

for the vafe at Bath Eafton, 315.
on caffles in the air, 384.
by Mr. Keate, 387.
alluding to Lady Augufta Camp-
bell, 388.

in compliment to the late Lord
Chefterfield, 410.

defcriptive of a library, 423.
alluding to the deftruction of the
world, 426.

from the Brothers, an eclogue,


from the American War, a poem,


from the Gentle Shepherd, 470.
See alto BRUCE, ODI, and

VICQ, M. du, his mem. on the analogy
between the uses and structure of the
human body, &c. 139. On the ana-
tomy of birds, 141.
VILLENCOUR, M, de, his discourse con-
cerning languages, 462.
VILLOISON, M. de, fuccefs of his re-
fearches in St. Mark's library at Ve-
nice, 509. His account of a curious
MS, of the Iliad, ib. Alfo of a Greek

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ERRATA in this Volume.

P. 78. Price of the Proteftant Preacher, 12 s. bound. 138. par. 2. 1. 8. for Sigau, read Sigand.

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