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To the REMARKABLE PASSAGES in this Volume.

N. B. To find any particular Book, or Pamphlet, see the

Table of Contents, prefixed to the Volume.


BREGE' de l'Histoire des Voy- Aspect, M. his hit. of the order
ages, 298.

of St. Louis, 455:
ACHARD, M. his memoir on the ATTRACTION. See HUTTON,

dephlogistication of phlogisticat. Avis aux Citoyens,&c. SeePUBLIC.
ed air, 507. His exper, on the
method of calming the agitation B4rk, Peruvian, afferred to be a
of the surface of a fluid, by oil, compound of fixed air, 532.
&c. 508. Concerning the weight, BARLEY, Siberian, experiments
&c. of diff, forts of air, 509. On

relative to the culture of, 420.
the manner of hatching eggs, by BARNARD, Mr. bis acc, of a me-
electricity, 510. On the colours thod for the safe removal of ships
of vegetables, 511. On measur. that have been stranded, 270.
ing the falubrity of the air, 512. BAROMETER, observations on a
Corcerning the cause of the particular variation of, 50;.
Asphyxia, and the remedy for Batteux, Abbé, his analyfis of
that disorder, 512.

Aristotle's Poetics, 555.
AC:D, Animal, exper, rel. to, 266. BEAUCLERC, Lady Diana, her
AGRICULTURE, strictures on locie. drawings and bas-reliefs prailed,

ties for the promotion of, 425. 131, 132.
Scheme for rendering them more BEAU Z VILLE, M. his letter to the
useful by experimental inftitu-

Reviewers, 320:
tions, and approved practice, 427. Bees, curious obs. concerning the

Reflections on the nature and economy of, 528.
present state of, 455.

BECUELIN, M. his inquiries con
AIR, See INGENHOUZ. See cerning the unities of nature, 573,

SCHEELE. Şee ACHARD. See Belin, Claude, his voyage to

Bruffels, 518.
ALLEMAND, M. his plan, &c. with BerTHOLD, Dom. his account of

respect to inland navigations in the public library of the Abbey
France, 456.

of St. Vincent, 517;
AMEILHON, Abbé, his account of

concerning the voy-
the art of diving as practised by age of Claude Belin, 518.
the ancients, 546.

BERTHOLON's differt, on the elec-
ANDRE, Major, his familiar letters tricity of the human body, 463.
to his friends, 374.

BEUNIE, M. de, his chemical essay
ANT, obr, on the nat. hift. of, 525. on lands or foils, 529. His mea
ARCHITECTURE. See Le Camus. moir on the poison of lead, 536.
ARISTOTLE. See Batteux. BISCAYNERS characterised, 46.
ARNAUD, Abbé, his remarks on Pronounced to be the happiett
Greek prose, 555

of mankind, 48.
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of, 494.

BITAUBE', M. his considerations on CAVALLO, M. his new experie
Homer, 504.

menis in electricity, 264. His
BLIZARD, M. his new method of

thermometrical experiments, 277
treating the Fistula lachrymalis, CAZAUD, M. his observations on

mills for lugar-canes, 441.
Boback, description of that ani- CHESNUT-TREE, Indian, account

mal, 503.
BODY, Human. See Milly. China. See GUIGNES.

See PerNETY. Christ, inquiry into the duration
BOLINGEROKE, Lord, his general of his public ministry, 82. His

objection to the scriptures an Prayer paraphrafed, 165. In
swered, 174.

what sense the Son of God, 313.
BOSE D'ANTIC, Dr. his works,458. Farther controversy relaț. to the
BOUCHAUD, M. his inquiries con-

duration of his ministry, 433.
cerning the ediets of the Roman CHRISTINA, Q. of Sweden, anec-
magistrates, 554.

dote and character of, 133.
BRIGANDAGE de la Musique Ita- Chymie Domestique, 303.
lienne, 46;.

CICERO, his character defended
BUAT, Chevalier, his principles of against a late translator of his
hydraulics, 458.

Orations, 251. His character as
BUFFON, M de, his hypothesis a philosopher defended, 557.

concerning a central fire, or heat CLERGY, remarks on the proprie-
of the terrestrial globe, rem. on, ty of their acting in the commis.
454. His notions ridiculed, 485.

fion of the peace, 380.
BUNBURY, M. H. his humorous Cold, extraordinary degree of, at

etchings commended, 131. Glasgow, in January 1780, 275.
BURKE, Mr. his fine compliment Comets, the tails of, their analogy

to Mr. Howard on acc, of his to the Aurora Borealis, 522.
inspection of the prisons, 103,

real electrical bodies, 523.
the Note.

COMMONS, inclosing of, not inju-
BURLINGTON, Earl of, his excel. rious to the Public, 256.

lent taste in architecture, 190. CONDUCTORS, electrical, best form
His house at Chiswick criticised,
191. His Lordship's other de CONSTANTINE, Emperor, his cha-

racter, 291. Great and lasting in-

fluence of his conversion, victo-
CAITHNESS, pleasing description ries, and policy, on a considera-
of some parts of that country,


of the Globe, 359.

CONSTANTINOPLE, its fine situa-
CASTILLON, M. his problem on tion, and peculiar advantages,
the ideas in the Divine Mind,


COPPER, improved method of tins
CATHOLICS, English, their con-

ning, 537
doet, with respect to Gov. un.

exceptionable, 401-408. Their CRAIC-CARRIL, romantic scenery
numbers, wealth, and influence,

in this county, all declining, ib. Crispus, the son of Conftantine,
CATTLE, the contagious diftemper

his character, 294.

His unfor-
among, affirmed to be an erup tunate end, 205, 296.
sive fever, of the variolous kind, CYRUS, account of a Greek manu-
277. Farther inquiry concern script of a curious romance rela-
ing, 5170

tive to him, 557


of, 533•

figns, ib.

of, 113.

of, 504

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Dacier, M. his acc. of a Greek tragedies, 62. Specimen of,
manuscript, 557.

Deity, problem relative to the Exe. See Walter.
infinity of the ideas in the mind

Farms, engrofing of, observa-
DESPREAUX, M. his general hist.

tions on, 257
of Greece, 302.

FAUSTA, Empress, her catastrophe,
Diogenes, bis Dialogue with A.

296, 297
lexander, in the Shades, 31. FENCING, various rules to be ob-
Diving, academical disquisition on

served in, 920
the art of, 545.

Fevers, obser. on the nature and
Doren's Inquiries concerning the treatment of, 9, 222.
feudal laws, 305.

Firmin, Thomas, his excellent
DUBOIS, M. his account of the

character, 215.
Boback, 506.

FIRE. See HEAT. See Mor.
DUCHANOY, Dr. his essay on the

See Mann.
art of imitating mineral waters, FISTULA Lachrymalis, new method

of treating, 267.
DUN-DORNADILLA, picturesque FONTANA, Abbé, his essay on the
view of, 114

Ticunas, 267.

Fordyce, Dr. his new method of
EARTH, globe of, philofophical assaying copper ores, 265.

ideas respecting the changes it Formey, M. his examination of
has undergone, 482.

the question; Whether ALL
ECCLESIASTIC, life of, most de. TRUTHS are fit to be TOLD?
firable, 56.

499. His account of M, Lam.
ELECTRICITE du corps humain. bert, 506.
See Bertholon.

Fossils, accidental, See LAUNEY.
ELECTRICITY, exper. and observ,

relative to, 2. New hypothesis FRANCHEVILLE, M. his account of
of, ib. Contraverted, 3. Re the Hyppocastanum, 494.

marks on some principal pheno diff. on the Electoral Septemvi.
mena in this branch of philoso.

rate, 505:
phy, 7. New exper. in, 264. Fraula, Count de, his theory of
Account of the effect of, in

language, 539
shortening wires, 273. Of its
efficacy in removing female ob- GALlitzin, Prince, his letter
structions, 356. Its use io hatch concerning electricity, 532,
ing eggs, 510. A modification

of the elementary fire, 520. See GARDENING, historical account of

the art of, 193. Great defects
Elemens de la geometrie fouter of the ancient pleasure gardens,

raine theoretique et pratique, 454. 194
ENTRETIENS Philosophiques sur la Genie de l'architecture, 463.
religion, 303,

GERHARD, M. on the tourmaline,
EUNUCHS their influence in the

courts of the Roman Emperors, Globe. See Lettre.
particularly in the time of Con. Goutier, M. his investigation of
ftantius, 357.

the hair and beards of the an-
Essai sur l'art d'imiter les eaux cients, 546. His inquiry into
minerales, 304.

the philosophy of Cicero, 557.
EURIPIDES, new translation of his GRAINCOURT, M. his hift. of il-



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luftrious French naval officers, HOGARTH, his pictures critically

displayed, 184. Mr. Walpole's
GRANGE, M, de la, his memoirs account of his Sigismonda cor-

concerning the orbits of comets, reéted, 188.

and the theory of telefcopes, 513. Hollis, Thomas, his peculiar but
Granvelle, Cardinal, his letter excellent character, 41, Mem,
to Claude Belin, 518.

of his life, 42. His death, 44.
Grass, a peculiar species of, found His magnificent literary monu.
in Wil:shire, 419.


ment, 45
qualities of, 420.

Homer, the question concerning
GREEKS, arcient, their cavalry, the learning of, discussed, 504.

554. Their prose, 555. HOWARD, Mr. celebrated by Mr.
GUIDI's philoiophical conversa Hayley in verse, 103. By Mr.
tions concernirg religion, 303,

Burke in prose, ib.
GUIGNES, M. de, his observations HowMAN, Mr. his account of the
concerning certain points rel. to

culture of Siberian barley, 421.
the religion and philosophy of HUNTER, Mr, his acc. of a fætus
the Egyptians and Chinese, 547, which seemed to have received
His researches concerning the the small-pox from its mother,
Indian religion, &c. 548. on the 267. Of an extraordinary phea-
establishment of the Indian reli. fant, 276.
gion in China, 550.

Hutton, Dr. his calculations to

determine at what point on the

side of a hill its attraction will be
HALIFAX, Dr. his defence of Dr.

Ogden's sermons against Mr. greatest, 439. His paper on
Mainwaring, 100. Answered, cubic equations, &c. 441.

HAMILTON, Sir W. his acc. of the

late great erup. of Vesuvius, 268. APAN, extreme jealousy of the
HARPE, M. de la, his abridg. of the government there, as to custom-

gen, hift. of voyages, 298. house duries, &c. 271. Philof.
HEAT, attempt to render the prin inquiries concerning that coun-
ciple of, visible, 301.

try, 205.
Henckel, M. his acc. of a fingular Jars, Mr. his fubterraneous geo-

case of the Cæfarian Section, 496. metry, 454
Heresy, explan. of that word in JERVAS, the painter, his perform-
its original meaning, 34.

ances censured, 134.
Heretics, ancient, rescued from JERRY Lait, llory of, 121–128.

the calumnies with which they ÍNGENHOU Z, Dr. his exper. on the
were loaded by the orthodox bi comparative salubrity of the air
gots, 37.

at fea and on shore, 274.
HERSCHEL, Mr. his obf. on the INITIATIONS, origin of, 303.

periodical star in the whale's INTRODUCTION et plan d'un traité
neck, 441. On the mountains general de navigation interieure,
in the moon, ib.

HIPPOCRATES, specimen of his IRELAND, political ftri&tures rela-
manner of relating cafes, 218.

Live to, 200, 306.
His notions of physiognomy,219. ITALY, encomium on, 106.
Histoire, generale et particuliere,

See Naples.
de la Grece, 302.

JUDGES, ought not to be of
de l'Ordre de St. Louis, counsel for the prisoner," as vul-

garly supposed, 388.



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JULIAN, emperor, his partiality the properties of the engine for

for Paris, 3; 8. Beautiful situa turning ovals, 441.
tion of that place, in its infant LYON, Mr. his letter to the Re.
ftate, ib. His extraordinary cha viewers, concerning his treatise
racter, 443. His reformation of on electricity, 318.
the imper. court, 444. His fin.
cere attachment to the gods of Madan, Mr. his Thelyphthora
Athens and Rome, 445. His criticised, 196. Invectives a-
literary talents, 447.

gainst, 221-230. More feri-

cully attacked, 234.
KENT, the architect, bis excel. Maizerov, M. Joly de, his me-

lence in designing, 192. His moir on war, considered as a
great improvement of ine art of science, 553. His state of the

laying out pleasure grounds, 195. Grecian cavalry, 554. His transl.
KOENIG, M. his fubterraneous of Xenophon's treatise on that
geometry, 454

subject, ib.

Man in the iron mosk, conject. rel.
LAMBERT, Henry, the academi to, 96. Voltaire's acc. of, ib.
cian, account of, 506.

MANN, Abbé, concerning elemen-
che painter, his works ap tary fire, 519. His natur, hist. of
preciated, 183.

the North fea, 523. His memoir

on the effects of pouring oil on
LAUNAY, M. de, his inquiiy into agitated water, 526. His re.

the origin of accidental foliis in marks on Dover Cliffs, 531, H's
the Belgic provinces, 530. His acc. of the port from which Ju-
memoir concern, the Qricalcum lius Cæsar embarked to invade
of the ancients, 540.

England, 538. Of the port in
LAYARD, Dr. his acc. of the diłem. England where Cæsar landed,

among the horned catile, 276, ib. Of the exact sime when, ib.
LEAD, the poison. qual. of, 536,537 His examination of the opinion
LE BBAU, M. his memoirs con of several ancient and modern:

cern, the Roman legion, 554. authors, who maintain that there
LE CAMUS de Mezieres, his trea. was formerly a communication

tise on the genius or spirit of ar between the Euxine, Caspian,
chitecture, 463..

Baltic, and White Seas, 541.
L'Esprit des Croisades, 456. MARAT, Dr. his philof, inquiries
Lettre concernant la chaleur du concerning fire, 300.
globe, &c. 454.

MARCI, Abbé, his acc. of a method
LES HOMMES ILLUSTRES de la of improving the tinning of cop.
marine François, 208.

per veftels, 537.
LORD's Prayer paraphrased, 165. MAR-LODGE, in Scotl. defcribed,
LORETTO, chapel of, ics Travels
and Adventures, 142.

MASERES, Baron, his paper on the
LUCAN, Lady, her paintings com extension of Cardan's rule to the
mended, 131.

irreductible case of cubic equa-
LUCIAN, his dialogue with Lord tions, 439. His conjecture con-

Lyttelton in the Elyfian Fields, cerning the method by which
23. Character of Lucian as a Cardan's rules of resolving.cubic
writer, 32. Specimeo of a new equations were discovered, 440.
translation of his Dialogues, 31. MATERIALISM, rem, on the con-
See also DIOGENES.

troversy relating to, 59.
LUDLAM, Mr, his demonstration of MEMOIRE sur l'Acier, 305.

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