« ПредыдущаяПродолжить »
Memoirs rel. to mathematics and Nelis, Abbé, his points of view
natural philosophy, vo'. ix. 302. rel. to Belgic history, 530.
Irs.fisheries, and the
Nurse, remarkable instance of the
cerning the aeriform emanations person whom she had reared in
extraordinary. story concerning, OBSERVATIONs critiques et philo.
fophiques sur le Japon, 305.
ner of living at Venice, 139. Ogden, Dr. memoirs of, 99. His
sermons vindicated by Dr. Hali:
Dr. Crawford's theory of heat Mainwaring, 100. Reply to Dr.
207. Vindicated from the charge tion of the sea, &c. 508. Effects
Paris, acc. of that city in its pri-
manner influenced by the crown,
of the ancients, deficient present state of, 453
fures, weights, and coins, 46o.
PEMBROKE, Henry Earl of, his
jurisdict. of the nobles there, and Percival, Dr. his acc. of a new
in Sicily, over their vassals, 367. method of obtaining a fixed al-
animal substances, 272.
dily conftitutions, 503:
the cattle, PHEASANT, acc, of a hen, with the
PaOSPHORUS, exper, rel. to, 266.
ROUBILIAC, his excellence in the
102. Greatly on the decline in 189.
RUSSIAN Traveller, remarkable
of, in England, not declining, RUTHAL, Thomas, Bishop of Dar-
ham, curious story of, 116.
the Lord's Prayer, 165 ŚAmos, illand of, antiquities
gentleman confined in, 383. tions and experiments on air and
late Earl Mareschal Keith, 112. School, of agriculture, scheme
causes, characters, fymptoms, Schools, Popish, none at present,
SCOTLAND, remarkable places in,
for the notice of travellers, 11&.
fince the union, 226–.227.
sages in our common translation
of, corrected, 87.
criticisms and illuftra-
The truth of the Scriptures vin-
broke, &c. 174.
ther testimonies, 321.
tation of, 508.
cerning ancient and modern Ini. removing in safety, though da-
maged in their bottoms, 270.
tion of the Uranometer, 505.
SMALL-Pox. See Hunter.
story and catastrophe of, 91 cally discussed, 497:
STEEL. See Perrer.
of the principles of progressive VETERINARIAN Academy, scheme
for the etiablishment o!, 427.
No. V!. 453.
VOYAGES. See HARDE.
lars relative to the natural hist. Dr. Hunter, on the veins of
the eye, &. 193.
WAR, considered as a science, 553.
titled, in the French King's li- an Irifi Roman Catholic, 237.
WHEAT, mode of setting instead of
Towing, in Norfolk, 4:8. Great
utility of this in provement, 419.
his writings, 16.
extracrdinary degree of cold at
WINE. See ZELLER.
in the district of Tournay, 533..
Wood, memoir concerning the
rent countries, 553,
Zeller's method of discovering
concerning the true cause of
ZINZENDORF, Count, fornis, at
of becoming a preacher. 213.
END OF VOL. LXIV.