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BUNCLE, John, Life ol, 497- CUPID, Banishment of

585 BUNGIANA

677

D BURGH's two Essays 427 Dean's Rule of Practice 537 BURTON and Thompson, Ac- DEFENCE, ferious, of some late count of what passed between Measures

--305 them,

426 DE FORMITY of Beauty 90 BYng, Admiral, real Defence Demosthenes translated by of

194 Leland Chronicle of ibid DescRIPTION of Minorca 90

Letter to a Member con- DictioNARY of Arts and Scicerning 419

621 Impartial Reflections on DISSERTATION. on Bleeding 422

423 Letter to

426 DRUMMOND's Poems 128 Further Particulars relat. ing to

527

E Narrative of his Proceed- Egypt, see Norden. ings

655 ELECTRICITY, see Hoadley. fome Reasons for believing

- see Lovett. his Letters, &c. spurious 677 EMBARGO, of Irish Beef, &c.

Collection of Papers relat Observations on 627 ing to

ibid ENQUIRY into the Similitudes further Address relating to, of the Lord God

415 682 Epistle to the D. of N. 311 с

poetical, to W. Pitt, Cader 402 Efq;

652 Çelsus, see Grieve.

Essay on the Writings and GeCHRISTIAN Apology, St. Pe.

nius of Pope

52 ter's

247 Essay on the Roads 89 CHRISTIAN's Political Dira

on the Times

298 course

675 on the Rise of Corn 425 C1BBER's two Dissertations 195 Essays, &c. phyficial and liteCOLLECTION of severa! Pam.

rary, Edinburgh

381 phlets, &c. relative to Admiral Paftoral and Elegiac Byng

677 on divine and moral Sub. COMPARATIVe Theology 313 jects

678 CONDILLAC's Essay on Human Evans's Geographical Essays, Knowlege, translated by Nu Part 2d

312 gent

43-105 EXAMINATION, Free and CanCONDUCT of the Ministry 524 did, of the Bishop of LonCONFIRMATION, see Ministers. don's Sermon's

114 -, see Reply Expeditious Instructor 538 CONSIDERATIONS on the Addresses

F on the present State FAUQUIERE, see Observations. of Affairs

669 Fawcer's Grand Enquiry 200 COUNTERPOISE

652 FERCUSON'S Astronomy 236 Cox's Narrative of the Thief. FLEMING's Letter to Pike 315 Takers 89

FLEU

202

518

norca

I

FLEURY's Hiftory of the Ifrael- Jouts, a Novel

535
ites

321 İM MORALITY of the Age, Re-
FOTHERGILL'S Fall of Man

flections on

196

677 IMPORTANCE of Minorca 90

Free's Ode on the Loss of Mi- INOCULATION, grand Objecti-
318 ons to, considered

540
FREKB on Earthquakes 196 JOHNSON, Ben. fee Whalley.
Fry on Marriages 174

Sir William, Confer:
FULL Answer to the fourth Let ences between him and the

417
Indians

196

ISRAELITES, see Fleury.
Genius of Britain 652 JUSTINIAN's Institutes by Har-
GERMAN Cruelty 310 ris
Politicks

295

Gilchrist on the Medicinal

K

Ufe of Sea Voyages

204 KEYLER's Travels 604

Grieve's Celsus

398 KILLINGWORTH's Answer to
GUIDE to the Rights of Eng. Bulkley

544
lishmen

536

Guise's Sermons

543

L

LARDNER'S Supplement to his

H

Credibility

146

Hampton's Polybiu's 657 LAYMAN's Animadversions on a

HARRIS's Juftinian

late sermon

199

HARRISON'S Miscellanies

537 LELAND's Demofthenes 264

HAZELAND, fee View.

LEMAÍSTER's Ode on the Spring

HEATHCOTE on the Use of

201

Reason

78 LETTER, fourth, to the People

History of two Orphans 535 of England

292

of Reynard the Fox

from a Watchmaker to

655 the Common Council

293

of a Scotch Family

to the Livery of London

656

417

HOADLEY and Wilson on Elec-

from New Jersey 427

tricity

466

to the Authors of the Re-

HORACE Ep. X. B. 1. imitated view, on the Controversy be-

653 tween Patten and Heathcote,

Ode XV. B. 1. imitated

470

655

to Mr. Pite

523

HORNE's Apology for certain

Sixth, and last, to the

Gentlemen

198 Parliament and People 532

HUTCHINSONIANS,

from a Gentleman at

&c. Vindicated

316

Leyden

629

to the Duke

672

J

the University of

JACKSON's Letter to a young

Cambridge

676

Lady

317

from a Bavarian Officer

JAMAICA, see Brown.

ibid.

İdea of Beauty

450 LEUCOTHO E, a Poem

153

LE-

4

656

LEVEE, a Poem

654

Life of Corporal Bates 426 NATURAL Society, Vindication

of John Buncle, Esg; 497

18

- 585 NORDEN's Travels in Egypt and
of Crusoe Davis

Nubia 249-344-385

Lime, Quick, see Alston. NORTHERN Memoirs 656

Lion and Leopard,'a fable 424 Nugent, see CONDILLIAC.

LONDON, Bishop of, see ExAMI-

NATION.

o

Love, see Ode.

OBSERVATIONS on Fauquier's

Lovett, on Electricity 561 Efray

89

Lowman's Tracts

433 OBSERVER observed go
LUCAS on Waters

205 Ode, fee LEMAISTRE.

fee Free.

M

to Love

447

MASON, Simon, Memoirs of 194 Oliver's Charge to the Clergy

Mayhew's Sermons 540

543

MEMOIRS of the noted Buck One Thousand Seven Hundred

horse

534

and Fifty-fix

425

MEMORIAL of his Pruffian Ma. Owen's Sermons

93

jesty

652

METAMORPHOSIS of a Prude

P

653 PECKARD on the Intermediate

MILITARY Gentlemen, conduct State

315

of

90

Remarks on

316

MilitIA-BILL

415 Peter, St. see CHRISTIAN.

observation on ib. PEYTON's Principles of the French

Militias, see Whifton.

Tongue

656

Milton, see Baron.

PHILOSOPHICAL Transactions,

bis Paradise Lost, new Vol. XLIX. Part I. 271–361

Version of,

653

Poems by the Translator of Vir-

Minister's Instructions for Con-

gil

533
firmation

95 POLYBIUS, 'see HAMPTON.
Ministry, impartial View of POLYDORE and Julia 536
their Conduct

295

Pomfret, Countess of, poem on
MINORCA, Importance of

90 her benefaction
Description of ib. Pope, see Essay.
a Tragedy

532

PostLETHWAYT on the French

534

trade

88

MIRROUR, a Comedy 681

Port on Ruptures

512

Modest Address to the Com. PRIVATEERING, ufeful remarks
310

427

Modest Remonftrance to the PRUDE, see MeTAMORPHOSIS.

Public

682 PRUSSIA, see MOTIVES.

MODERN Lovers

PRUSSIAN Pieces, four, &c. 635

MOTIVES of the King of Prussia

QUAKERS, historical account of

MUNTON'S Sermons

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Frank's, on Stevenson's death Ray of 'Truth, &c. a Fable 418 RANDODPH's Mirrour 681 Free's, before the AntigalliRANGER, David, Adventures of can's

ibid. 655 Gibbons's, at HaberdashersReasons, &c. to prove a French hall

ibid forgery 302 Griffith's, at Oxford

95 for building barracks 312 Grigg's, at St. Alban's

96 for believing, &c. see Greenhill's, on the decrease of BYNG.

the Christian faith

432 REFLECTIONS, fee IMMORA Hall's, at Oxford

Heathcote's, at Leicester-afsiREFLECTIONS previous to the

432 establishment of a Militia 673 Milne's, on Culcheth's death RELLY's Trial of Spirits 678

432 REMARKS, see PECKARD.

Norton's, at the Charter-house on privateering 427

432 on the conduct of our Penn's, at Christ-church 431 fleet

413 Pennington's, at Huntingdon REMONSTRANCE, lee Modeit.

96 REPLY to a Query concerning Ross's, at Cambridge ibid. Confirmation

314

Smithson's, on the declaration RESIGNATION, or, Fox out, &c.

ibid 523 Spry's, at the confecration of RICHARDSON's Essays 678 two Bishops

432 Ripron, Sarah, case of,

194

Taylor's, at Norwich 96 Robin Hood-Society 86 Tew's charity-fermon 431 KOWLEY's Quadrant 537

Ward's, at Chester-afsizes 96: RUSSEL's Natural History of A Winter's, on the declaration of leppo

135
War

96 RUTHERFORTH's Institutes 217 SHAM Fight

312 SHELDRAKE on Heat and Cold S

477 SAILORS, seasonable Call upon SIMILITUDEs, see ENQUIRY.

203. SMART's Hymn to the Supreme SAUNDERSON's Fluxions

245

Being
SCHOOL-BOY in Politics 418 STEVENS's Travels

451 SERMONS, single, viz.

SULLY's Memoirs

97-209 Ashton's, at St. Marytle-bow Sweden, Dispute in

310 96 SYMONS on weighing gold 534 Bellamy's, at St. Paul's

432 Bilftone's, at Oxford ibid.

T Blake's, at Oxford ibid. The TARGET Burton's de fundamentalibus dif- Taylor 's HebrewConcordance ertatio theologica 430

Vol. I. Conder's, at Porter's ordina- TELEMACHUS, see BAGNAL. tion

437 THOMPSON, see Burton. Cornel's, on Notcutt's death Thoughts on the being of a ibid. God

94 Crewe's, at Stafford-aflizes

TIMELY

202

197

22

Timely Antidote

411 TOLDERVY's History of two Or- WARNER'S Syftem of Divinity phans 535

483 Trial of Spirits

678

Ecclefiaftical History TRINITY, see WATSON.

564 True Censure no Afperfion 316 WATSON on the Trinity 199 TURNCOAT, a Parody on Athel. Walley's Edition of Ben ftan

Johnson's Works 198

WhistoN's Translation of JoaV

chim Christian's Discourse on View of the Manner in which Militias

675 Trade and Civil Liberty fup- Whitefield's Reply to Bourn port each other 677

313 VIRTUE, a Poem 319 W19DOM of the Supreme Being Voice of the People

678 VOYAGES, Compendium of 193

202

677

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