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the above motion considered

duke of Manchester's motion a-
12233

Mr. Grenville's Sentiments on gainst ihe importation of foreign troops 64
the Scotch militia bill

407

arguments for and against the mos
further proceedings on the Scotch tion

ibid.
militia bill

462 - duke of Richmond moves for
Mr. 'Hartley's general oration on calling Mr. Penn up to the House, and
the fate of the navy..
463 agreed to

67
further proceedings on the Scotch

Mr. Penn examined at the bar of
milicia bili

464

the Houfe
Mr. Wilkes moves for a jut and

interesting debates thereon 69
equal representation of ihe people

512

Duke of Grafton moves for an ac-
Lord Sandwich censured by Mr. count of the army's service in America 119
Temple Luitrell

513

the American prohibiting bill read
the House in a committee on the a second time

245
mariners and Seamens bill

-514

the same bill, and the indemnity
the above bill 'read a third bill, read a third time

247
time

515
the latter rejected

ibid.
Mr.

Burke moves for leave to bring ---- duke of Richmond moves to ad-
in a bill to prevent the plundering of ships dreis his majesty against employing foreign
when wrecked
ibid. troops

349
Lord North moves for leave to

arguments for and against it em-
bring in a bill for altering the punishment ployed by the other lords

351
of conviets

ibid.

- Cord Camden's speech on Ameri-
debates on the state of the nation,

can affairs

457
the expences of the American , war,

Lord Mansfield's reply tbereto 459
&c.

ibid.

Lord Canden in reply to Lord
the budget opened 567
Mansfield

461

speech of the duke of Crafton 62
posed

- addrefs of the lords on the Gero.an
State of the linking fund
treaties

465
number of news papers printed in

duke.of' Manchester moves to ag
one year

51 dress his majetty to lay before them cer.
reply to some passages in Dr. tain dispatches from Gen. Howe, &c. 629
Price's pamphlet

$74

Lord Effingham moves for an en-
motion relative to the introduction quiry into the asfair of admiralty li-
of foreign troops

$75
motion of Mr. Wilkes relative to

proceedings on the close of the
his former expulfion

ibid,

riffics
Mr. Sawbridge's motion concern. "Parlonage-House, the want of one no excule
ing licenses' granted to particular 'lips and for the neglect of duty

277
Vestels
633 Pillages of a true fory

19
Lord North “presents a mellage "Peace between the Eaft-India company and
from his majesty for Feave to incur discre the Morattos

499
tionary expences

624 Peerage, considerations on new ones 368
debates on the conduct of Gen. Peers, reflections on those newly created 421

ibid. Penance, extraordinary, enjoined for more
House in a committee on the

304
admiralty licenses
626 arguments for and againft it

395
- in a committee on the felons Perjury, on electioneering gentlemen found
bill
629

J10
motion of Mr. Sawbridge relativé Persaro, in Italy, an account of that ancient
to American 'affairs
631 city

636
report of the committee on the Perreau, Robert and Daniel, particulars of
'felons bill

632 what paties previous to, and at their cxe-
-- General Conway moves for an cution

$3
enquiry intoʻthe instructions given to Lord - copics of the papers they delivered to
Howe and his brother
676 the ordinary

54
Mr. Hartley moves for an address Petersham, Lord, elected member in parlia-
to his 'majefty' on' American affairs

679
ment for Wchminster

670
(HOUSE OF LORDS)

Petition of Chester to Henry VI. against taxa-
address his majesty on his speech tion

253
at the opening of the leftions
15 Henry's answer therero

254
protest againA 'the last American presented to the allembly of Ber-
Ibild

28 badoes
Placemen, pernicious effects of

299
Plan

cences

632

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guilly of

342

361

466

89

643

92

Plan to relieve country vicars from the con- Resolution, anecdotes of

205
tefts about tithes

Reftruck, Mr. the inventor of a corious
Plumbe, alderman, gives security for fere mill.

109
ving the office of theriff

502 Richards, Capt, a letter from him to the polls
Pope, the ceremony of his walking the pita master of Falmouth

390
grims feet

358 Right of princes to lend troops merely to
Popish relics, a collection of

money confidered
further account of them 473 Rise and progress of liberty in Swister-
Portrait of the present mode of female edu land
cation
396 Roberts, Peter, elected city solicitor

167
Portsmouth Dock-Yard, a fire there 669 Rockingham transport, loft on the Irish
Poriugal anecdoies

87 coast
'Prejudice, thoughts on

199 Rome, the pope of, presents the duchess of
Press. warrants in the city, their legality de Gloucester with an antique ring

336
bated in the Court of King's-Bench 668

fcenes and cereronics there

357
Pretender, the description of, and conversi-

account of the most interesting things
tion with
261 there

684
Price, Dr. his account of the national Romeo, Flavia, and Maria, affecting fory
debt

88 of
-- his state of the annual income of the Rousseau's cursory view of the present fac of
nation

liberty in Europe
account of the annual expenditure go
sketch of the money raised by taxes 91

S
scheme for reducing the national
debt

receives the freedom of the city in a SALISBURY, epitaphs in that cathe.
gold box
167 dra!

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character of his writings 228 Sayre, Mr. obtains a verdiâ against Lod
respeet paid to him by the city of Loño Rochford

339
don

229 Scheme of an English academy for children
his answer thereto

ibid.
of buch sexes

630
Princes, maxims for their infruction 639 Seduction, a trial for, and damages
Prosperity and power, their influence 653 given

390
Provisions, cause and remedy of the dearness Sensibility, the birth of, an imitation 394
of

259

delçant thereon
Q

Sentiments and sayings of some of the wich

and beft men
QUALITIES and exercises of British sená. Service, dumb,

.535519

curious descriptica

- 74
Quebec, Gen. Montgomery killed in an at.

Shatusbury election, a person convicted of
tack on that place

bribery thercat

443
journal of Colonel Arnold's rout to

Sheep, inany (mothered in the late (now 113
that place

480 Shelburne, Lord, his political character 577
the above journal continued

521 Snow, particulars of the great damages done
- operations against that city by the

by the incessant fall of

SS
provincial army
522 Soliloquy on human life

317
Queen brought to bed of a princess

232 Scair, Lord, his ftate of the naticsal
Queries to Mr. Jobb
207 debt

:51
Quixote scheme for subjugating the Moors 24

obseryations on the state of the na-
R
tion

259

Stirlingshire, a description of
RAMBLES of Mr. Frankley

301 “ Stopping the mçuth," explanation of that
- the village the turtle doves--a matrie phrale

455
monial scene

ibid. Storms at sea, new method of appeafis
Rational principles of government 355

them
Refinement, a fashionable word, confider- Story of a shepherd and his family

248 of a father and son condemned for
thoughts on the modern state of

533

murder
+ Reflections on the marriage state, by a Suffolk, Lord, his political character 637
lady

409 Swift, Dean, an original letter of his 537
Remarks on our present conftitution and his representation of Irish grie
some senators
73

533
on the new bill for the parochial Swifferland, account of the truggles for le
dlergy

berty in that country

144
Resolves of the American Congress on pri cheir remarkable victories
foners
694 regulations among the cantons

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263

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506

151

421

257

365

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Warsaw, high disputes in the diet held in

that city
TAIL-DRESSES of the ladies, frictures Ways and means extraordinary for the year

224
thereon

645
1976

176
Talk or speech to the six confederate Indian

Wefon, memoirs of that celebrated comedian
nations
130 and fingular genius

59
Teil, bis famous exploits

146

his Erit entrance on the ftage 61
Temperance the happy effects of it exem-

his natural temper and disposi-
plified

41
11011

igo
Thieves, fingular instance of honesty in 502

his character as a comedian.
Thomas, alderman, cipaed eriff of Lon.

his genuine will

152
don
555 Whistle, Tom, his character

184
Thoughts on the conftitution by Lord Chela

Wilkes, Mr. lands for the office of cham.
terfield
355 berlain, and loses his election

109
-- on the circumspection necessary in li.

his Ipeech on that occasion 164
censing public houses

puts-up fecond time for the office
Tithes, thoughts on the complicated doctrine

of chainberiain

332
of

202

his speecb to the livery ibid.
the grievances the clergy labour under

his leiter to the committee for en.
with respect to them

340

quiring into the fate of the city cafe 361
Ton, a fashionable word,.confidered 243

his letter on the office of mayor 362
Tory party, an address to

receipts and expences in his mayore
Tradeiman, memoirs of a young one 93 alty
metamorphosed into a buck, au-

his speech to the livery of London at
thor, officer, counsellor, physician, and. Guildhall

388
clergyman

94 Windsor, account of the rejoicings there on
Trance, a political one

4;6
the prince of Wales's birth day

443
Treaty between his Britannic majesty and the

particulars of the regalta and boat
duke of Brunswick

race there

444
between his majesty and the landgrave Wit and judgment; thoughts thereon 479
of Helle-Carrel

736 Wives, methods to be observed by them how
between his majcity and the reigning to please learned husbands

682
count of Hanau

188 Wooden leg, the, an Helvetic talę 415
V.

Wooldridge, Mr. clected Meriff of the city
of London

332
AUXHALL, puniment of a rioter

declares his intention to serve that
there

55
office

390
Venality and corruption considered 171

his letter to the court of aldermen,
Venice, description of that city 683 begging leave to be excused serving that
Vesuvius, mount, an inicription there 56 office

501
Vicarius, answer 'to, on the subject of

Mr. Alderman Thomas elected in
tythes
420

555
Vice, female, different effects of 264

Mr. Wooldridge's speech on that
Victor's anecdotes and character of Dr. occasion

ibid.
Charles Lucas, of Dublin

414 Writing, observations on the early use
Vidal, Andrew, account of his great age of

372
and frong faculties

54
Virtue, thoughts on

199

Y
Voliaire's account of Hamlet, remarks therco

183 YOUTH, confiderations on the virtuous
Remarks on him as a writer and mo education of

475
ralist, by Mr. Hunter

309

z
W
WAR, the right of soldiers to judge of the ZUBLY's letter to the right hon. the earl
merits of, confidered

467

of Dartmouth on American affairs

185

his room

on

35

INDEX

App. 1776.

ton

C.

665

498
216

DRIANI morientis ad animam

217

P
A А Airs in the prelude of New Brooms 60 PAM's trip to Cornelly's
in the Metainorphoses

ibid.

Paftoral elegy on the death of Lord Lytile.
in the Seraglio
611

50
B
Pluto's triumph

bos
BACCHANALIAN triumph 218 Prince's nativity, the

Prologue to the Silent Woman

50
to the Runaway

107
CHIMNEY-SWEEPER, the

667
to the Spleen

216
Colin, a pastoral, on the death of Mr.Cun-

on Mr. Garrick's quitting ibe
ningham
275 Itage

331
Consolation of a wife to her husband

JOT

to the Contract
Consultation, the

555

on the opening of Drury lane
D

theatre
DECLINE of summer

554

-- to the tragedy of Semiramis ro
Description of a modern head-dress 164

R
of a child of five years old 385 RAMBLE, the, verses by R. E. 385
of modern coxcombs

609 Ramble, the, a new song
Duenna, the, or Double Elopement 51

S
E

SCOTCH ballad, fung at Vauxhall Gar.
ELEGIAC ode

dens

497
Elegy on the death of Mr. G. Smith ibid.

Songs in the pantomime of Prometheus si
Epigram on a miles

Songs in the prelude called New Brooms 499
Epilogue to the Spleen

Speech maker of England

551
to the tragedy or acmiramis

704 Stanzas written on Christmas day 105
Epitaph on a blacksmith

276
on January

ibid,
Extempore, an
218 Summer day, the

497
G

т
FABI E, a
276 THAW, the, a poem

163
Felly triumphant, addressed to the ladies 161
H
VARIETY, a new ballad

491
HARD, winter the, a poem

Verses in praise of good liquor
Here it is, a song

162

on Mr. Wefon, the comedian
Hermit, the

441
on Christmas

107
Honest countryman's litany

553 to Miss G.
I

to the memory of an amiable lady ibid.
INVITATION, the

107
by Oxonienfis

ibid,
Invitation, the, addressed to a lady 496 extempore, on Valentine's day réz

on the spring

ibid.
L
to the poet laureat

164
LAMENTATION of a forsaken maid 495 to E-B-(s D-pthme 215
Letter sent with a hare
105 in praise of good punch

217
the answer

ibid.
on Easter

ibis,
from Miss
to the right hon. on All Fool's day

ibid.
the earl of

273 on the frequent review of the troops 21$
Little Britain, a poem

on the sign of the filh

331
Longcít day, a poem

330 applicable to tbe Marcbiopels of Gras
M

by
MACLAURIN's new divinity 165

to friendship
May-day, a poem

en May

written extempore on a grove
N

to hope
NEW fong to an oid tune, by Courtney to the memory of a young lady
Meimoth

667 written on the banks of the Thames 441
O

to Lady M. W. Montague
ODE to fancy

on Mrs. M.
105

491
Ode for his majesty's birth day performed at

written on the nuptials of a friend 498
Hampitead

by the Dean of Derry
303

55+
for his majesty's birth day performed at

to Autumn

6b5
St. Jarnes's

332
Ode on love

495

Whitehead's ode for the new year
Ode for the new year

664 Wife, the, a poem
Old Woman and her two daughters 328

INDE

162

100

498

213
385

386

275

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663

43

Index to the Review of New Books, and Monthly Catalogue.

BOUNDING Grace, a poem
A

551 Crawford's first canto of the Revolution 275
Account of some German Volcanos, Cullen's letter to Lord Cathcart

446
and their productions

439
Cumberland's Odes

161
Account of the proceedings of the inhabi- Cursory observations on Dr. Price's pamphlet
tants of Quebec
98

214
of what concerns Dr. Gibbons

103

D
Adams's Orations
551 DALRYMPLE's annals of Scotland

155
Additions to Pope's Works

432

De Courcy's intemperate zeal improved 435
to Common Sense
Address to the people on American affairs 214 Detection of Discord
663 Description of the lake of Killarney

550

161
Adventures of Alonzo
46 Devil, the, a poetical essay

606
America, an ode

495 Dialogue on the principles of the confitu-
American Patriotism confronted

tion
Amner on the prophecies of Daniel 161

494
Answer to Dr. Lettsom's pamphlet

Diorrephes reproved

270
to the declaration of the American Downman's poem on infancy
55Difinterested love

215
Congress

703

E
Appeal to the people of Great Britain

495
Appendix to the Origin of Printing 605 EDWARD and Isabella

272
Artificial Electricity, a treatise thereon 659 Edwards's elements of foflilogy ibid.
Authentic anecdotes of Mrs. Rudd

327

sermons to the condemned 384

Election ball, poctical letters
B

105
Emma, or the Child of Sorrow

47
BAILLIE's letters and journals 47 Enquiry into the nature and causes of the
Barry's observations on the wines of the an.

wealth of nations

321
tients

into the power of ecclefiaftics

327
Bedlam, a ball

326

into the opinions of the learned
Bedukah, an Indian palloral

ChriAians
703

664
Bentley's Poems
sjó Elsay on politeness

46
Brand, on illicit love

45
on public happiness

1;8
Burney's general history of music 2 8 upon the King's friends

494
Burn's obsei vations on the poor bill

213

on the improvement of speech

on national society
с

493

- on the rights of the East India Coma
CAMPBELL's philosophy of thetoric 489

pany

703
Caraccioli's life of Pope Clement XIV. 327 Entwick's letter to Dr. Tucker

607
Cartwright's letters on female education 666 Evans's reply to the Rev. Mr. Fletcher 761
Case of Nicholas Nugent, Esq;

161 Evidence of the common and statute laws of
Chalmer's account of the weather and diseases the realm

45
of South Carolina

209 Euphrosyne, or amusements on the road of
Champion's reflections on the tale of para

lire

327
ties
663 Experience preferable to thcory

214
Chandler's paraphrase on St. Paul's epifle iu

F
the Galatians

664

FAIR Villager
Clark's observations on thewing horses
104

327

Ferber's travels through Italy
Clerk's Triumph of Truth

664
495 Fingal, Mac
Clifton, a poem

327
50 Flights of Freedom
Collection of cases of privilege of Parlia.

550

Fordyce's character of the female sex
ment

103
272
Common Sense and plain Truth

Four months tour through France
437 Fragment of government

604
Conduct of the primitive fathers
Congratulatory poem on the evacuation of

Free thoughts on quacks and their meci-

cines
Boston

495
493 Free inquiry into Daniel's vision of the seventy
Confiderations on the American war

214

weeks
Confiderations on the laws concerning coro-

702
Further examination of American measures

644
Conftitutional Advocate

104
494
Craig's twenty discourses

160

G
Craven's sermon on a future fate 607 GARRICK's Looking Glass

327
Crawford's remarks on Lord Chesterfieid's General Fult, a lyric oje
letters
215 Genius of Britua to Gen. Howe

ibid.
Gibbono

212

548

607

ncis

663

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