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Candid remarks on mr. Taylor's Defence of dr. Pocus and dr.
doctrine of atonement exa Malus.

152
mined, by George Hampton, Deism genuine antimethodism
M.A.

70
c.

151
- on Whitefield's sermons 483 Defcription of a certain lady at
Catalogue of Romis relicks to present conceald, &c 232

be disposed of by auction 233 Designs of Raphael, remarks on
Cenia: or the supposed daugh-

147
ter
148 Discovery. An ode

317
Censor, dramatic. By several Discourses, political by David
hands

234
Hume esq;

19
Chapman on the miraculous -on several subjects. By
powers

483 Charles Bulkeley 300
Cheneau's true French master 147

of dr. Foster 331
Christian manual, being a tranf- Diffenting parishioner's reply to
lation of Erasmus’s enchiridion his vicar

153
& milites chriitiani

150 Dissertationes 2. critico facræ,
Cibber, mrs. her oracle.

&c.

74
medy

239 Dissertation on suppuration 157
Clarke, Charles, on an ancient on several scriptural ex-
piece of
money found at EL presions

240
tham in Kent

69 Distress. A poetical essay. By
C'eora: or the fair inconstant Arnold

156
311 Dodd's beauties of Shakespear,
Clio: or a secret history of the selected

316
life and amours of the cele history of the herring 482

brated mrs. S--N--M 148 Dodilridge dr. poem to the me-
Clos M du, his mémoirs illuf.

156
trating the manners of the Douglas's description of May 162
prelent age
443 Dramatic censor.

234
Connor, Jack, history of 447 Dress importance of

395
Considerations concerning the re-

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150
Consumation. A sacred ode 156 Ele&ricity, &c. a treatise on.

marks on

430
Cofiard's differtationes 2 critico

By Francis Penrose

438
sacræ

A dramatic poem
Counterpoise. Being thoughts on
a militia, and a standing ar-

387
By mr. Mafon
remarks on

482
my

95

Emendations on an appeal from
Country Cy a lick at

239 the late dean Swift 238
Coger, abbe, his fupplement to Epifile to Arthur Dobbs esq; 2 36
lord Anson’s voyage

233 Erasmus's enchiridian & milites
Crito: a dialogue on beauty.
By Sir Harry
Beaumont 226 Escapes of a poetical genius 155

christiani, translation of 150
Cursoryanimadversions on a late

controversy concerning the Elay, original fin. 'By James
miraculous powers

Bate, M. A.

223
107 Ejay on mr. Hume's essay on
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Ellert's on the vital and other involuntary motions of ani- Gersaint's catalogue and descripmals. By dr. Wbytt 182-449 tion of Rembrandt's etchings -new, on Divine Provi.

311 dence

151 Gilbert, Sir Jeffery his abstract -moral and miscellane

of Locke's essay on human un. ous. By dr. Fortesque 78 derstanding

397 Evan's history of modern en Gibb's translation of Oforio's thusiasm

153 history of the Portuguese 196Eugenia. A tragedy. By mr.

241 Francis

238. Glass's account of ancient baths Eunuch: or the Northumberland

319 shepherd 147 Gordon's Terence

311 Examination of a piece, entitled Grace.

240 Heaven open to all men 313 Grafigny's Cenia: or, the fupF.

posed daughter 148

Greenland
Air
bernian

310 79 Farmers and traders apprehen

Grey's notes on Hudibras 235 fions of a rise on carriages, &c.

235 Amlet
fervations

76 description of May 262 Hampton's remarks on mr. TayFemale parricide

231

lor's doctrine of atonement Quixote : or the adventures examined

70 of Arabella

249 Happiness revealed. Being the Fielding's examples of the in sequel to the economy of terposition of providence in human life

312 the detection and punishment Hardy's theory of the moon of murder

311
made perfect

123 Flemyng, Malcolm, on the ner Harman, Ephraim, his letter to vous fluid.

49

dr. Thomas Randolf 313 Fordyce, David, his dialogue Harris fee Hermes

concerning the art of preach. Heifier's anatomy. Translated ing

415
from the Latin

399 Foote's comedy, callid Tafie 77 Henderson's history of Frederick Fortesque's essays, moral and king of Sweden

146 miscellaneous

71

Arfinoe. A tragedy 315 Foster, dr. his discourses on all Hermes : or a philofophical enthe principal branches of na quiry concerning language tural religion and social vir and universal grammar. By tue

161-331
James Tiarris

129 Free and candid disquisitions, History of our national debts and remarks on

62 taxes, from 1688 to 1752,314 French master, lee Gheneau

ecclefiaftical, remarks Frivola, discovery of the island on vol. II,

430 of

233 of Jack Connor 447 Fun. A parodi tragi comical fa. Houfhold furniture, a modern tir

dissertation

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dissertation on a necessary of the present age. By piece of, 396 M. du Clos

443 Hudibras, critical, historical,

of Nell Gwin 482 and explanatory notes on. Method to prevent the many By Grey

235 robberies and villainies in and Hume, David, on morals

about the city of London 76 political discourses Methods for stopping the flagrant concluded

81 crimes of murder, robbery,

and perjury I

234

Middleton, the two questions Mportance of gaining and pre

previous to his free enquiry

impartially considered. By Indians

150 dr. Sykes Inspector, letters from, to a lady, Midnight contemplation in the with the answers

145
country

397 Fortin's remarks on ecclefiafti: Militia treatife concerning 90 cal history vol, II. 430

and a standing army, Jones, mrs. her miscellanies 213

thoughts upon

95 -concluded

470 Mines, treatise of by Manning Jurymen of London,address to 394 ham

395 L

Miscellaneous tracts by the late Etter to the author of con

dr. Conyers Middleton

353 fiderations on several pro- Monsanto's tour thro’ England, posals relating to the poor 80 Holland, &c.

76 third, to the author of Moody on AlEIM and Berit the enthusiasm of the metho

484 dists and papists comparedib. Morals. an enquiry concerning to the bishop of Clogher the principles of. By David

154

Hune, esg; concerning the disco. Musical expression, an essay on. very

of Herculaneum 234 By Charles Avison from an apothecary 484

N Libitina sine confiietu

482

Ecelity of a well regulated Libels, doctrine of

and abled bodied nightly Life of Patty Saunders

77
watch

234 Literati, the present state of 316 Nemo's imitation of Horace, b.ii. Locke's essay, abitract of 397

311 Low-life

394 Nervous fluid or animal spirits M demonstrated

49 An more than a machine Nettleton on virtue and happi

313
ness

69 Man-midwifery, vindication of Newcomb's confummation. A

sacred ode

156 Mason his Elfrida, on the mo. Noctuary; or, address to the del of the Greek tragedy 387

tombs

155 May, description of. By bishop North’s remarks on some conDouglas

262 jectures relative to an ancient Mémoirs of the fufferings, &c. piece of money &c. of a noble foreigner 77 Nugent's translation of Burlaof miss M-P.

maqui's celebrated English toat 146

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of polity

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N. R.'s account of himself 483 Prejudice detected. An ethic e-

238

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Proceedings at the court of Apollo

Bservations on the English

149 Putrefa&tion. experiments on,

on the second vifion

By dr. Pringle

of St. John

206

continued

Odarum, Antonii Asopi, libri Pythagoras. An ode

duo

350

Old lady and her niece detected

Vackade. A mock-heroic

232

Oracle. A comedy. By mrs.

poem

157

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239

Oratio Harveiana, see Brown Ambler

145

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484

Reflections on the expediency of

Arricide, the fair

a law for the naturalization

Parsons dr. his philosophi-

of foreign protestants 265

cal observations on the ana. Regis's discourse upon the inter-

logy between animal and ve mediate state between the

getable propagation

367

death of men and the resur-

Peeping Tom to the counters of

rection of their bodies, G.
Coventry
239

240

Penelope to Ulysses, from Ovid Remarks on the life and writings

314

of dr. John Hill

310

Penrose, Francis, his treatise on

on mr. Hume's essay on
electricity & C
438 miracles

313
Peronet's remarks on the enthu.

on Raphael's defigns

fiasm of the methodists and

147

papifts compared

80

on free aud candid

Perfius's fatires, translated by difquifitions relating to the

Édmund Burton esq;, 235 church of England &c.

62

Philocatholicus's defence of dr.

on letters concerning

Foster's sermon on catholic

mind

312

communion

153

on Elfrida 482

Philosophical transactions 43,101

on the sentence in fa-
Pillars of priestcraft and ortho-

vour of M. and T. 232

doxy Thaken

159

on ecclefiaftical histo-

Poems by ****

ry, see Jortin,
Poetical impertinence: or ad Rembrandt, catalogue of his et
vice unasked

chings

311
pieces. By several hands Review of the fiery eruption,

397 which defeated Julian's at-
Political discourses. By David tempt to rebuild the temple
Hume esq;
19-81

56

Polity principles of. By T. Rivals, friendly, or love the

Pownal efq;

435 beft contriver

396

Poor laws defects of. By Tho- Rover : or happiness at last. A
mas Alcock M. A.

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paftoral drama

316

Portuguese, history of 196, 241

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Swedish countess, history of 231
Aunders, Patty, life of

Sykes. See Middleton

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Saxe, count, secret memoirs of

Acitus, observations on.

75
Sayer'sLatin translation of Pope's Tatte

. A comedy. By Foote 77
By Hunter

440
eslay on man

437

Treih, a treatise on
Sentence of the lieutenant-crimi.

321
nal at Paris

146

Terence translated. By Gordon
Sequel to the effay on spirit 327 Theodorus, a dialogue concern-

311
Serious thoughts on public dis-
orders. &c

ing the art of preaching. By

150
Sermons, single catalogue of

mr. Fordyce

416
Theory of the moon made perfect
319
feq.

123
Servants proposal for their a-

Tolver on the teeth
mendment and encourage, Tour through England, Holland,

321
396

&c. By Antonio Monsanto 76
Shakespear's beauties selected

316

Treatise concerning the militia
Shakespear in Elysium, a poeti. Tucker's reflections on the expe-

90
cal epistle from, to mr. Gar-
rick

diency of a law for the natu-

397 ralization of foreign prote-
Small-pox, dr, Adam Thompson's
discourse on

ftants

265
307

V
dr. T. Thompson's discourse

Alet, adventures of
Smollet dr. his essay on the ex-

Villainy unmask'd

149
ternal use of water, &c.

Virtue and happiness, a treatise

400
Sparks : or, small

poems
moral. on, By dr. Nettleton

69
ly turned

155

W
Spirit. See Sequel to

Arburton, mr. his argu-
Stroud's genuine memoirs 145 ments relating to the
Sterne's charge

80 fiery eruption which defeated
Subsidy treaties, ballad on, 155 Julian's attempt to rebuild
Sugar, effay on the virtues of the temple, considered 312

236 Watson's history of Gods, &c.
art of making 235

482
Supplement to lord Anson's voyage Wesley's predestination calmly
round the world

233
considered

312
- to the memoirs of Bran- Whytt's essay on the vital and
denburg

312 other involuntary motions of
Suppuration, a differtation on 157 animals
Surgery state of

399 Worldly compliances 146
Surveyor, qualifications and du- Winstanly's new form of self-
ties of explained 76 examination

314
Swift's appeal to the earl of Writers of the present age, ob-

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