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Index to the Debates, Ejays, &c.
Ladies, remarks on their fashions and con- Maria, Flavia, and Romeo, affecting story
duet

585 of
Lay-preacher, memoirs of, suppołed to be Marlborough man of war blown up

390
delivered by himself in one of his ser- Marriages, clandestine, the places and pera,

31
formers of them in Scotland

312
his fingular adventures

33 Marvell, Andrew, anecdotes of 352
Leeds, genuine anécdote of an ancestor of Mathematical correspondence

41, 97,
that family

39 152, 203, 266, 320, 377, 430, 487,
Leopold; Duke, bis defeat and death 148

542, 587, 657
Letchmore. Point, in America, particulars Matrimony, its institution and end 646
of an action there between the regulars Matthew xxiii. 23. a criticism thereon

34
and provincials

another criticism on the same 200
Letter from Gen. Lee to Gen. Burgoyne, on Maxims on the bravery and cowardice of
his lcaving America

82
troops

599
to lord Edgecumbe on a new discovered

for the inftru&tion of a prince 639
fubterraneous cavern

115 Memorial of the committee of Weft-India
from Dr. Franklin to Mr. Collison 189 planters and merchants
Letters, the invention of

3:1 Menelaus and his sons, a religious pastoral 135
on the discovery of the longitude - 648 Mohock, an account of the chief of those
between Lord Drummond and Gen. Indians

339
Washington

696 Monks, the good effects of lesiening their
Lewis XI. anecdote of his fool
583 number at Vienna

280
Libertines and debauchees are often religious Montesquieu's letter on monarchy and def-
bigots

470 potism
illustrated by an anecdote of Chapellet Montgomery Gen. killed at the siege of
and M. de Brisac

471 Quebec
Liberty, a cursory view of its present fate in Gazette account of that affair 223
Europe

641

memoirs of, by Dr. Smith of Phi-
London, city of, address and petition the Jadelphia

513
king

167

his qualities and military cosia
bis majesty's answer thereto 168 duet

515
List of the several officers of the city

extracts from his letters 316
of

363 Monument, observations on one found in
Longevity, remarkable instances of 407

China

472
Longitude, discovered by a Gentleman in Moon, total eclipse of, calculation and type
Ireland

313
of

329
- new method of discovering it at fea 631 Moors, a Quixotte scheme for subjugating
Lord Mayor of London, allowed an addition- them

24
al salary

277
Loretto, a description of its modern state

N
507, 588
account of the famous chapelinere 507 NATIONAL debt, a correct account of 190
Lothian, marquis of, elected Knight of the -account of the public. debis dischar-
Thiftle

557
Lottery-office keepers, not compellable to Surplus of the ordinary revenues 152
fulfil gaming engagements

ibid. as ftated by Lord Stair
Love, an affe&ting instance of its effe&s 586 Nick-names of princes, thoughts the co
the natural cause and effects of 692

583
Love letters, original and serious, of Dean North, Lord, breaks his leg by a fall from
Swift
681 his horse

502
Lowestoff, a fingular case that happened Nothing and nobody, an Efray thereon 133
there

143 Nullity of marriage, sued for in a late fino
Lucas, Dr.
Charles, an apothecary and citi-
gular case

389
zen of Dublin, character and anccdotes
of

414

O
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OBSERVATIONS on the house swallow 146
MADRAS, letter from a gentleman there to on the conftitution of Great Bri-
his friend at Liverpool

tain

141, 193
Mahomet, his success in the practice of in-

on Soame Jenyns's View of the io-
pudence

359

ternal Evidence of the Chriftian Reli.
Manners and conduct of Maria
135 gion

488
Maneuvres of adminiftration copied from

on beauty, pride, and virtue

597
Cæsar

on, mild and severe punishments 648
Mansfield, Lord, his character 411 Olivier de Roches, extracts from the me.
created an Eart

557
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PARLIAMENTARY HISTORY?

12

Olivier de Roches, conversation between him

Lord North moves for a bill re-
and Pope Pius II.

ftraining all trade with the twelve Ameri:
Oratory of the pulpit and bar, remarks can provinces

126
thereon

430

Mr. Fox moves for a ftate of the
Oriental fable, Fatima and Shel-Adar 395 army expences

ibid.
Origin of politeness, an allegorical tale 84

the House in a committee of sup-
Oyder grounds in Kent sustain great loss by ply for raising a Highland regiment ibid.
the levere weather

objections iated againft the ia-
demnity bill

127
P

the militia bill read ? third
time

ibid.
PAPER Wealth, speculations thereon 469

the Nova Scotia petition takes
Papers publifacd by order of the American into confideration

ibid.
Congress

693

the indemnity bill read a third
Papifts, on the loyalty of, and the American time

306

Mr. Alderman Olives moves an
Parliament, members of, chosen and returned address to his majeti, on American al-

353
fairs

ibid.

remarks thereon
(House of Commons)

the House in a committee of
Preliminary considerations, with respect to supply

ibid
minifers and measures

7

resolutions of the Nora Scotia
thoughts on the conciliatory pro- committee reported

179
position of Lord North

9

the bill for prohibiting trade with
ihe political curtain drawn up it the American colonics read a second
particulars of the king's time

ibid.
Speech

ibid,

the House in a committee on the
an address to the speech moved American prohibitory bill
for

Mr. Hartley moves his conclia.
de bates thereon

ibid.
tory propofiuons

337
fevere and sarcastic observations

a petition presented by the Weite
on the minister

34 India planters and merchants
on the impracticability of correet

the samis sead, and counsel beard
ing America

15

thereon
the country party offended at a

the American probibitory biu
passage in the king's speçch
62 read a third time

ibid.
debates on ibe introduâion of

the amendments made in the faid
foreign troops

bill by the lords considered
Col. Barrc's motion for an en-

The Shaftesbury committee make
quiry into the fate of the army

their report

289
opposed by adminiftration

65

Mr. Townshend mores a come
the House resolved into a com. plaiot of privilege

290
mittee of supply

itid.

two queftions relative to lice
Lord North moves for a bill of land

.93
indemnity

ibid.

Mr. Fox moves for an enquiry in-
the army estimates presented, and to the ill fucccis of the American was ibid.
the militia bill read

ibid.

petitions presented relative to the
the subjeet of the Hanoverian Shaftesbury election

295
troops again discussed

ibid.

the minifter makes a motion 1c-
Mr. Luttrell's motion os concilia- lative to foreign treaties

343
tory measures with the Americans 67

Mr. D. Hartley's speech on that
the above motion rejected 68 motion

the army Qimates taken into - Mr. Luttrell makes a motion for
confideration

ibid. an et quiry into the State of the navy at the
in a committee of supply, the land several ports of Chatham, &c.

347
lax settled at four Chillings in the pound 69

further proceedings on the subject
the indeninity bill scad a second of foreign treatics

348
time

121

debates on the bill for new model-
the House form a committee on ling the militia
the militia bill

ibid.

Mr. Sawbridge makes bis ansed
- on the petition and memorial from motion for shortening the duration of par
the afl'embly of Novia Scotia

122
liaments

403
Mr. Burke's conciliatory bill 123

- Lord Barrington moves for a fusa
remarks thereon

114

ply for the extraordinaries of the army 403
rejected on a division

125 the report from the committees

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Index to the Debates, Esays, &c.
the above motion considered 406

duke of 'Manchester's motion a-
Mr. Grenville's Tentiments on gainst the importation of foreign troops 64
the Scotch militia bill

407

arguments for and against the mo-
further proceedings on the Scotch tion

ibid.
militia bill

462

duke of Richmond move's för
Mr. Hartley's general oration on calling Mr. Penn up to the House, and
the fate of the navy

463 agreed to
further proceedings on the Scotch

Mr. Penn examined at the bar of
militia bili

464

'the Houfe
- Mr. Wilkes moves for a jut and

interesting debates thereon 6g
equal representation of the people

512

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

513

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

245
mariners and leamens bill

-514

the same bill, and the indemnity
the above bill read a
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 thips dreis his majesty against employing foreign
when wrecked

ibid. troops
Lord North moves for leave to

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

351
of conviets

ibid.

Lord Camden’s ípeech 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 Camden in reply to Lord
the budget opened
Mansfield

461
account of the new taxes pro- speech of the duke of Crafton 462
posed

address of the lords on the German
fate of the finking'fund
509 treaties

465
number of news papers printed in

duke of Manchester moves to ad
one year

5. '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
575

632
motion of Mr. Wilkes relative to

proceedings on the close of the
his former expulfion
ibid. remicn

680
Mr. Sawbridge's motion concerne "Parlonage-House, the want of one no excule
ing licenses' granted to particular 'thips and for the neglect of duty

277
veftels
633 Piffages of a true story

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

499
tionary elpences

624 Peerage, considerations on new ones 368
debates on the conduct of Gen. Peers, reflections on those newly created 42 1
Howe inace
police in a committee on the

ibid. Penance, extraordinary, enjoined for more
der

304
admiralty licenses

626

arguments for and against it 395
in a committee on the felons Perjury, on electioneering gentlemen found
bill

629
motion of Mr. Saw bridge relative Persaro, in Italy, an account of that ancient
to American affairs
631 city

656
report of the committee on the Perreau, Robert and Daniel, particulars of
'felons bill

632 what paffed previous to, and at their exe-
-- General Conway moves for an

cution

$3
'enquiry into the in Itructions gisen to Lord copics of the papers they delivered to
Howe and his brother

676

the ordinary
Mr. Hartley moves for'an address Petersham, Lord, elected 'member in parlia-
to his majefty on' American affairs 679 ment for Westminster

670
(HOUSE OF LORDS)

'Petition of Chester to Henry VI. against taxa-
address his majesty on his speech tion
at the opening of the leftions
15 Henry's answer thereto

254
protest againt the last American presented to the assembly of Baro
I bill
28 badoes

299
Placemen, pernicious eflcats of

299
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Plan to relieve country vicars from the con- Resolution, anecdotes of

205
tefts about tithes

342 Reftruck, Mr. the inventor of a curioas *-
Plumbe, alderman, gives security for fer- mill.

109
ving the office of theriff

502 Richards, Capt, a letter from him to the pote
Pope, the ceremony of his washing the pile master of Falmouth

390
grims feet

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

361
money confidered

466
further account of them

473 Rise and progress of liberty in Switter.
Portrait of the present mode of female edu- land

145
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

54
“Prejudice, thoughts on

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

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

scenes and ceremonies 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 ftery
debt

88 of
his fate of the annual income of the Rousseau's cursory view of the present fate of
nation
89 Jiberty in Europe

643
account of the annual cxpenditure go
sketch of the money raised by taxes 91

S
scheme for reducing the national
debt

92
– receives the freedom of the city in a SALISBURY, epitaphs in that cathe.
gold box
167 dral

85
character of his writings 228 Sayre, Mr. obtains a verdia against Lord
respect paid to him by the city of Lon- Rochford

339
don

229 Scheme of an English academy for children
his answer thereto
ibid. of buih sexes

639
Princes, maxims for their infruction 639 Seduction, trial for, and damages
Prosperity and power, their influence

given

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

259
delçant thereon

263
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Sentiments and sayings of some of the wizi
and beft men

535, 559
QUALITIES and exercises of British sena- Service, dumb, curious description of

203
Quebec, Gen. Montgomery killed in an ato

Sharifbury clection, 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 112
that place

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

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

by the inceffani fall of

55
provincial army
522 Soliloquy on human life

317
Queen brought to bed of a princess 232 Scair, Lord, his state of the national
Queries to Mr. Jebb

207
debt

:51
Quixote scheme for subjugating the Moors 24

obseryations on the state of the na-
R
tion

252

Stirlingshire, a description of
RAMBLES of Mr. Frankley

301 “ Stopping the mouth,” explanation of that
- the village the turtle doves--a matrie phralę
monial scene

ibid. Storms at fca, new method of appeating
Rational principles of government 355

them
Refinement, a fashionable word, conGaer- Story of a thepherd and his family 138
cd

of a father and son condemned tar
thoughts on the modern state of

533
murder

647
+ Reflections on the marriage state, by a Suffolk, Lord, his political character 637
lady

409
Swift, Dean, an original letter of bis

337
Remarks on our present conftitution and his representation of Irish grie-
fome senators
73

538
on the new bill for the parochial Swislurland, account of the Itruggles for l-
dlergy
506 berty in that country

144
Relolves of the American Congress on pri- chcir remarkable victories
Joners

694 regulations among the cantons 149

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Index to the Debates, Essays, &c.
T

Warsaw, high disputes in the diet held in
that city

224
TAIL-DRESSES of the ladies, frictures Ways and means extraordinary for the year
thereon

645
1976

176
Talk or speech to the fix confederate Indian Weston, memoirs of that celebrated comedian
nations
130 and fingular genius

59
Teil, bis famous exploits

146 - his Erst entrance on the stage 61
Temperance the happy effedts of it exem-

his natural temper and disposi-
plified

41@
tion

igo
Thieves, fingular instance of honesty in 502

his character as a comedian. 151
Thomas, alderman, ele&ed theriff 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 speech on that occasion 764
censing public houses

421

puts-up it 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 state of the city cash 361
Ton, a fashionable word, confidered

243

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

257

reccipts and expences in his mayor.
Tradeiman, memoirs of a young one 93 alty

365
metamorpholed into a buck, au-

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

388
clergyman

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

the prince of Wales's birth day

443
Treaty between his Britannic majesty and the

particulars of the regatta and boat
duke of Brunswick

185
race there

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

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

682
count of Hanau

188 Wooden leg, the, an Helvetic tale
V.

Wooldridge, Mr. elected theriff of the city
of London

332
AUXHALL, punilment of a rioter

declares his intention to serve that
there

55
office

390
Yenaliing 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
his room

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
and Atrong faculties

54
Virtue, thoughts on

199

Y
Volaire's account of Hamlet, remarks therco

183 YOUTH, considerations on the virtuous
- Remarks on bim as a writer and mo- education of

475
salift, by Mr. Hunter

309

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

467 of Dartmouth on American affairs 35

415

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