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To the REMARKABLE PASSAGES in this Volume.
N. B. To find any porticular Book, or Pamphlet, see the
Table of Contents, prefixed to the Volume.
ed air, 507.
BREGE' de l'Histoire des Voy- Aspect, M. his hit. of the order
of St. Louis, 455.
His exper, on the
selative to the culture of, 420.
Aristotle's Poetics, 555.
ties for the promotion of, 425. 131, 132.
Reflections on the nature and economy of, 528.
BEGUELIN, M. his inquiries con
SCHEELE. See ACHARD. See Belin, Claude, his voyage to
respect to inland navigations in the public library of the Abbey
of St. Vincent, 517;
concerning the voy-
BERTHOLON's differt, on the elec-
BEUNIE, M, de, his chemical efiay
of mankind, 48.
BITAUBE', M. his considerations on CAVALLO, M. his new experi.
menis in electricity, 264. His
thermometrical experiments, 277
mills for fugar-canes, 441.
See PERNETY. Christ, inquiry into the duration
what sense the Son of God, 313.
duration of his ministry, 433.
dote and character of, 133.
CICERO, his character defended
Orations, 251. His character as
concerning a central fire, or heat CLERGY, remarks on the proprie-
fion of the peace, 380.
etchings commended, 131. Glasgow, in January 1780, 275.
to the Aurora Borealis, 522.
real electrical bodies, 523.
COMMONS, inclosing of, not inju-
lent taste in architecture, ' 190. CONDUCTORS, electrical, best form
racter, 291. Great and lasting in-
fluence of his conversion, victo-
of the Globe, 359.
CONSTANTINOPLE, iis fine situa-
COPPER, improved method of tin-
in this county, all declining, ib. CRISPUS, the son of Conftantine,
his character, 294.
tive to him, 557
Dacier, M. his acc. of a Greek tragedies, 62. Specimen of,
Farms, engrofing of, observa-
tions on, 257
FAUSTA, Empress, her catastrophe,
served in, 920
Fevers, obser, on the nature and
FIRMIN, Thomas, his excellent
FIRE. See HeaT. See Mor
of treating, 267.
Fordyce, Dr, his new method of
ideas respecting the changes it For MEY, M. his examination of
the question; Whether ALL
499. His account of M. Lam.
Fossils, accidental, See LAUNEY.
New hypothesis FRANCHEVILLE, M. his account of
the art of, 193. Great defects
raine theoretique et pratique, 454. 194•
GERHARD, M. on the tourmaline,
the hair, and beards of the an-
the philosophy of Cicero, 557.
luftrious French naval officers, Hogarth, his pictures critically
displayed, 184. Mr. Walpole's
concerning the orbits of comets, rected, 188.
and the theory of telefcopes, 513. Hollis, Thomas, his peculiar but
of his life, 42. His death, 44.
Homer, the question concerning
554. Their prose, 555. Howard, Mr. celebrated by Mr.
Burke in prose, ib.
culture of Siberian barley, 421.
Hutton, Dr. his calculations to
determine at what point on the
His paper on
HYDRAULICS. See BUAT.
late great erup. of Vesuvius, 268. APAN, extreme jealousy of the
gen, hift. of voyages, 298. house duties, &c. 271. Philof.
case of the Cæfarian Section, 496. metry, 4540
ances censured, 134.
the calumnies with which they İNGENHOU Z, Dr. his exper. on the
at sea and on shore, 274.
periodical star in the whale's INTRODUCTION et plan d'un traité
Live to, 200, 306.
JUDGES, ought not to be of
garly supposed, 388.
JULIAN, emperor, his partiality the properties of the engine for
for Paris, 3; 8. Beautiful siłua- turning ovals, 441.
gainit, 221-230. More feri.
ouily attacked, 234.
lence in designing, 192. His moir on war, confidered as a
laying out pleasure grounds, 195, Grecian cavalry, 554. His transl.
Man in the iron mask, conject. rel.
cian, account of, 505. MANN, Abbé, concerning elemen-
the North sea, 523. His memoir
on the effects of pouring oil on
the origin of accidental follis in marks on Dover Cliffs, 531. His
England, 538. Of the port in
among the horned catile, 276, ib. Of the exact time when, ib.
His examination of the opinion
of several ancient and modern
between the Euxine, Caspian,
Balcic, and White Seas, 541.
MARCI, Abbé, his acc. of a method
per vefsels, 537.
MASERES, Baron, his paper on the
irreductible case of cubic
Lyttelton in the Elysian Fields, cerning the methàd by which
troverfy relating to, 59.