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Gibbon's history of the Roman empire. 155 Layard's poetical essay on duelling 175
Gilding's Breathings of Genius

Letter from an offices retired

102
Glenie's hiftory of gunnery

439
to a young gotleman

103
God's crntroversy with the nations 103

to John Siwbridge, Esq;

160
Gtdfmith's Haunch of Venison 326 to Lord G. Germaine

761
Grant on the epidemic cough and fever

103 to magifterial addressers
Gray's Bard, a pindaric poem

from Mr. Christian Hart

361
Green's new translation of Ilaiah 215 written by Lady. Luxborough 159
(siffi n's story of Lady Juliana Harley 327

to Dr. Price

214
pra&ical observalions on he&ic and now from Italy

323
fevers
607 from Edinburgh

273
H

to a baptist minister
to the liverymen of London

327
HADLEY's remarks on the Persian lan-

to the Earl of shelburne
guage
601 to Soame Jenyas

494
Hazley a descrip:ive poem

664
from Edinburgh

550
Hallifax's twelve termons
701 written by Ganganelli

551
Hammond's day of Daughter
327 10 Suame Jenyas

ibid.
Harmony of Truth

662

from Gov. Powall to Mr. Ada
Hartley, on God's controversy with the na-

Smith
tions
4.7 on the American troubles

ibid.
Harwood's memors of Miss Sternheim 551 Lif: of the Cour tefs of G.

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Sermons on the parable of the lower 664 Lindsey's fequel to his apology

327
Hawes's examination of Wesley's primitive Liturgy of religion and morality. 271
physic

381 Lord Chatham's prophecy
Han kins's general hiftory of music 607 L'Ofe's truth of the Christian religion 551
Heroic epifle to Lusd Craven
46 Loves of Califta and Emira

ibi
Hey'a observations on the nature of civil li.

M
berty

495
History of Lady Ann Neville

158 MAC Finyal, a modern epic poem 435
of the old fringed petticoar 160 Marmor Noriolcier.se

494
-- and antiquities of Wirchettes Marii.ai's travels through France and Spain

of the island of Angleley 212
of Engii.h translations in the Eat Martin's familiar dialogues

277
Indies
603 Marvell, Andrew, his works

659
of the cusate of Craman 664 Maflichufettensis

272
H nour of Parliament

Ma terf piimant

ibid.
- of de univerity of Oxford relended 384 Maurice's Nethe.by, a poem
Horne's contenidly in the book of Plaims Melmuth's obfervations oa Young's Night

Thoughts
Hume's every woj. an her own physician 6cá Melmth's liberal opiniona

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Hugie's reiectivus on Lord Chiftesfield's pupil of plealure
le ters
211

161

Memoirs of an unfortunate queen
Hurd's iermons at Lincoln's Inn

664

of George Edwards, F.R.S. &c. 327

of a demi-sep
:72

152
Hypocrity unmasked
I
· Mendez and C. fta's elements of concbo.

608
JANE Shore to her friend
662 Metallurgic Chymiary

551
Jenningham's tall of Mlexico
26) Mickle's Luciad

21
Independence, the object of the Ameri Minutes on the trial of a N-w Yorker 703

384 Moir's discourses on poetical Subjects
Jurtinduction to free masonry

492 Morality of a citizen
John Bunch, jun. gentleman

272 Morell's sacred annals
Johnson's Gazetteer
325 Muigrave's speculations on the series

233
journalof the Refolution's voyage 101

N
K

NAKED thoughts on some of the peculiari-
KENRICK's ob'ervations on Soame jenyns's cies of the field preaching clergy 607
view or religion

494 Nuorihouck's historical and classical di&io-
Kere's hints to gentlemen of landed pro nary

664
perly

44
King's works
4.90 OBEDIENCE the bett charter

-73
L

Ob ervations on the case of Miss Buster.
LANCHORNE': proper happiness of the field

113
ecclefianical life

607

on the blessings of liberty and peace 327
Milton's Italien poems

og Myersbach's medicines

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Observations on D:. Price's pamphlet 439 Rudd, Mrs. her genuine letter to Lord Were
Occasional discourses in the royal navy 607 mouth

166
Ode for the Year 1776
212 Rusdell's misguided religious zeal

603
Ode to Mr. Pinchbeck

325 Rutly's Materia Medica
Oracion in memory of Gen. Mongomery 327 Ryland's Preceptor

551
- delivered at the Atate house in Phila.

S'
delphia

SANDERCOCK's sermons
P

360, 607

School Boy, the
PARAPHRASE on Paul's epidle

Scotch Wil fire petitioners
327

326
Parody on Grey's elegy

161
Scott's Amwell, a poem

269
Patent, che, a poem
383 Szaly's loves of Caliga and Emira

105
Peacock's fcriprural songs
606 Sentimental discourses

327
Pearce's commentary on the four gospels 608

Shaw's history of the province of Moray 209
Peonant's tour in Scotland

. siew of the method of promoting reli-

433
Peter's Sermons

38 +
Philosopher, the, in Bristol
ibid. She is and he is not

384
Pinto's le ters on American troubles

Shenstone on the force of benevolence
551

551
Plain Queftion, the

326 Singleton's description of the West Indies
Plain Truth
439

384, 607
Plan of reconciliation with the colonies 215

Sir Eldird of the bower

270
Plea of the colonies

Solema Declaration of Mr. Perreau
272

46
of the divinity of our Lord Jesus 325

Some reasons in defence of the Dean of Glou.
Poetical amusement

cester
159

271
epiftle from the late Lord Melcomb 495

Speculation, a poem

105
phrenzy
Speech of the Duke of Manchefter

45
Political empiricism

Spleen, the, a comic tale

215
mirror

State of the national debt, by the Earl of

327
Powell's discourses on various subjects

Stair
215

277
Practical Divinity

State of man here and hereafter
449

384
Price's observations on civil liberty

Siewart's total refutation of Dr. Price
157

494
Priefley's philosophical empiricism

Stockdale's inftitutions of ancient nations jog

103
- harmony of the evangelifts 664

Story of Lady Juliana Harley

660.
Prospect of the con equence of the conduci

Strütt's view of the ancient manners, &c. of
of Great Britain to America

the English
272
Subcription, or historical extracts

324
Supplement to Swift's works

S47
QUEBEC, additional papers concerning that

Sylvæ, a collc&tion of poems

558
province

439
R

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TAKE your choice
RAMBLES of Mr. Frankley

Tears of the foot guards
Rebellion, a poem
162

325
e- an answer ihereto

ibid.
Reflections on the American war

214 Temple of Mammon
- on the growth of heathenism

327
324 Thinlethwari's preciation of liberty
Son governmeat

child of misfortune

664
- on means for reducing the rebels

606 Thomas's frolicks of fancy
Relation of a journey to the Glacies

550
471 Thoughts on the present fiaie of the poor 213
Religious correspondence

103 Toree cial quee concerning liberty
Religious harmonist

663 leiters to D:. Price
Remarkson American opinions

adereffed to Mr. English
-- on Dr. Price's pamphlet

326 Toplady's iwo fermons
- on Gibbon's history

47
541
palms and hymns

551
Resignation no proof

103 Totiie's sermon before the university of Ore
Richardsosiana

606

ford
Richardson's Arabic Grammar

Jos Toulman'sterren on the American war 215
-- morning thoughts

Tour in Irland in 177.5

549
Ridpath's border history of England and Tiial o N incomar
Scotland

379 Triumph of faction
Rights of Great Britain asserted

Truch of the Chriftian religion by L*O Re 439
- answer thereto

214

and error coniraled
Robinson's elegiac verses

46

Tuckci's series of answers to popular ob-
Roebuck's enquiry into the American war

jections

661
214
Rowley's medical advice.

V

442
Royal standard Englih diAionary

VAGGIANIA, or remarks on the build-
Rubrick's Spleen

ins, &c. of modern Rome

608
Variery

546

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Wilson's argument for natural and revealed
View of the internal evidence of the Chris. religion

608
tian religion

434

niedical researches
Vindication of the Apamean medal 325 Withering's botanical arrangemeat of British

vegetables

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Wrashall's memoirs of the Kings of France 664
WALKER's scriptural poem

272 Written law, the happiness of a free ftate 607
Watson's history of the reign of Philip 11: 664

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Welch's fix English country dances 272
Wells's address to the genius of America 326 YOUNG James, or the sage and thie
Wesley's observations on liberty 384 atheist

270
Whitworth's ftate of the trade of Great Bric Young's poetical epiftle
tain

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Wicken's address to the inhabitants of Litch-

Z
field

103
Williams's sermon at the opening of Margaret ZUBLY's law of liberty, a sermon on Ame-
ftreet Chapel

271

rican affairs

105

Index to the Marriages, Deaths, &c.

392

A Acheson

502 DAHL
392 Dale

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445 Fox
502 French
223 Fullmer

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III Bullock

445

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Fitzwilliam
445 Bunce
III

Fletcber

278, 393
Ailesbury
391 Burgers

671 Foley 223, 278, 560
Aldborough ibid. Burgoyne

502 Folkes
Algood
613 Byron
ibid. Dalston
614 Foulis

360
Altamont 445

Damer

ibid.
Amherst

278

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Danvers

671
Archer
502
De Courcy

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Argyll
278 CADOGAN
560 Delabere

671
Arnold
391 Calder
ibid. De Veíci

391

G
Alheton

560 Campbell 278 Desaguliers
Alley
445 Cane
445 Dewes

671 GABRIEL 691
Atley
110 Carleton
392 Dixie
500 Gage

503
Aylmer
278 Carlow
391 Dobron
III Gibbons

445
Carteret
In Doneraile

392 Gibson
B
Cather
671 Doughty
222 Glandore

391
Cathcart 278, 445 Downe

445 Goddard

444
BAKER
444 Cecil
278 Drummond 671 Gooch

223
Bampfylde 111, 445 Champion

ibid. Drury
392 Goodman

503
Banks
560 Clanwilliam

391 Duncombe 671 Gordon III, 192
Barker
ill, 502 Clarendon

ibid. Dunne
614 Gosford

391
Barreit

671 Durbin
ibid. Grant

TIT
Barrington 278 Clermont

391 Dyson
502 Gray

671
Bateman
614 Clisden
392

Gresley
Bactie
392 Clonmere

E
Griffith

ibid.
Beauchamp 278 Cloyae

Griffiths
Belalyse
392 Cockburne 560 EDEN

562, 560
Benson
6:1 Codrington
444 Edwin

671

H
Bentham
445 Coea
10 Effingham

278
Blacket
222 Coke
223 Elliker
671 HALES

273
Blake
502 Cole

671 Ellive
502, 566 Hall

722, 445
Blackison 445 Collyer

111 Ellis
569 Hamilton

392
Blaquiere 111 Comyton

392, 671 Elton

614 Hammond 111
Blantyre

392 Enniskillen
391 Hampden

391
Blunt
ibid. Constable
671 Erne

in Handfield
Bowman 671 Cooper

670 Erskine

392 Hanham
Bouys
560 Corbet
111 Ewing
671 Harvey

ibid.
Bradshaw
III Cornwallis

392 Haueley

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Briftow
671 Cox
445, 560

Hawke

278
Brown
392, 614 Crawford

671
F

Hawkins 671
Brownjohn 222 Creed

ibid.

Hay

445
Brydges
223 Curzon
223 FALKLAND
392 Hayman

111
Buckler
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278 Farrington 614 Haynes

Hervey

111

391

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279 Pingo

II1, 614 Malone

444 Mannock
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671 Pitt

278

223 Malley

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Mead
391 Mervyn
278 Methuen

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134 Howe

614

222

223, 444 Montagu

560 Moore

670

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sa Hervey

671 Stormont 278
Hewitt

223 Pinkney
III Sirode

III
Heythusen

278 Stuart
dienste Hill

ibid. Malham
392 Plumbe

223 Suffolk
Höadley

ibid. Pole
ibid,

392
(2 Hodges

671 Maxwell
445, 502 Pomperoy

444

T
is Home
560 Maynard
392 Porter

671
Horley

560 Powel

445 TANCRED
Y Hotham

111 Powys

222 Templetown
Howard
222 Preston

392

278, 560 Thonas
ibid. Miles
560 Preftwych

445

222 Thompson
Hune

502
Milford

671
39! Provost

III Todd
Molyneux
560 Puchin

560 Tomlinson
I
Monson

SOZ
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592

Townsend
JAMES

391

R

Travis
Jersey

279
Montalt
ibid.

392

Trelawney 223
1ļchester

111 RADCLIFF II Trevannion ibid.
Ingram
278 Morgan

222 Radnor

II1, 671 Trimnell
Jphnson

Read

671 Tucker
lves

III

N
Roberts

ibid,

ibid. Turner
NAAS

JIO
392 Robertson

III
K
Newborough
391 Robinson

392
Newcastle
KENMURE

Newhaven

392
Kensington 392

Nicholl

222
S

VANDEPUT
Norton

392
392

Vernon
L
Nugent
391 SALISBURY

III
Sayer

W
LADBROOK

444
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Sellwood
Leach

III
OLIVER
III Sherard

222 WALL
Lee
614 Ongley
392 Sheweil
ibid. Ward

445
Ligonier

444
Onllow 278, 560, 671 Shuldham

391
Lilburne ibid. Orwell

392 Warwick

392
391 Shuter

614 Weir
Litchfield ibid. Olborne
278 Shuttleworth 278,560 Weftcote

671
Loraine
III Smith

392
Lucan

III, 560 Weston

II

Smyth
Lucas

222, 502 Whichcote
III

P
Somerville

560
Lutwyche

445 Williams
445
Southwell

392, 445
PARKER

671
III, 279 Stables
M
Parkhurft

392 Windsor

222, 671
560 Stanhope 222 Winne
Paterson
671 Stanley

444
MACARTNEY 391 Pauncefort

392
Ma donald

671
392 Perceval

671 Stephenson ibid.
Mackenzie 111 Peyton

444 St. George
Mackworth

445 YATES
444 Phillips

445
392 Sterling

560 York

445 Ryder

278

445

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