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Hindley, Mr. his method of gra. Johnson, Dr. Samuel, his life,
duacing altronomical instru- with occasional remarks on his ments, 29.
- biographer, by the Reviewer, Hindoos, their care to guard their 273. 367. His critical talents
facred books from the eyes of arraigned, 506. firangers, 199. Tranfarions Jones, Sir Wm. his excellent chaof them much to be withed for, racter, and uncommon literary 200. Their Bhagvat Geeta, a endowments, 414. His compoperformance oí allonishing Tube fitions the brightest ornaments limiy. Account or that work, of the Asiatic Miscellany, ib.
with specimens, 202. 295. His hymn to Nayarena, 417. Historian, eulogium on the labours Hyınn to Sereswaty, 481. of, 145
Jofephus. See Haggai. See Tem le. Hope, ode to, by Miss Bowdler, Ireland, causes of the commotions 409.
in that country assigned, 67. Ho kinjon, Mr. his account of a Review of the most import. oc.
worm in a horse's eye, 140. curiences there, during the lait Optical problem proposed by, 3 years, 69. Union with Engl. 144•
recommended, 247. Commer-, his description of a cial connection of the two king, machine for measuring a Mip's doms, ib. Dintressed state of the way, 467. Improved method church in Irel. 341. Compared
of quilling an harpsichord, 470. with the happier state of the Honel, M. his Voyage Pittoresque church in England, 342. Irish
commended, 601. The num Presbyterians vindicated, in anbers of this work, from 15 to swer to the Bp. of Cloyne, 4+2. 21, both inclusive, reviewed, Papists defended against charges iú. His ascent to the summit brought by the same Prel. 541. of Ærna, 605. His theory of Isaiah, new trann. of a famous volcanos, 6c6.
disputed text in, 269. Hunter, John, his notion of the
composition of bone corrected. K Anne, a Swedish measure criti. 406. His account of the se.
cally adjusted, 367.
Kirwan's experiments on hepatic cretion in the crop of young pigeons, 407. On the colour
air, 185. of the pigment in the eye of Andaf, Bp. his observ. on the different animals, 408.
sulphur wells at Harrowgate, Hutchins, Mr.his descripcion of a 187. His excellent preface to
semarkable rock and cascade in his collect. of theological tracts, Pennsylvania, 144.
475. See also Wat/0. , Mr. author of the hist, of Language, grammatical and criti. Dorfetshire, anecdotes of, 429. cal observ. on, 2–13.
Lapis calaminaris defined, 34. y Amelon, Mr, his account of Lavoisier, M. his reflections on the J koman camps in Forfar, 432. augmentation of weight which Fews always Unitarians, 13. In Sulphur and phosphorus acquire
vited by Dr. Priestley, to a re. in combustion, 554. On polo. ligious conference, 233.
gifton, 555. On the action of Indian and Perfan literature, 422, fire (animated by dephlogisti480
cated air) on the most refractory indians of N. Amer. particulars mineral substances, 557.
relative to their nature and Law, Mr. his poetical reflections Cultums, 197
on viewing the Mausoleum at
Safferam, 419. His extracts northern nations, account of,
Marraita State, short acc. of, 482.
1572 and 1661, 118.
dinary introsusceprion, 120. : fervations, 217.
552. And colours. See Dar. Melina, views of its ruins since
ihe dreadful catastrophe of
. them, vinning, gilding, &c. 34.
his life, 570. His death, 572.
and changes of, from the 22d vaded them, 636 Dreadful
commanders of armies and
ed to the civil courts of law,
ful than beneficial to the un. Miller, Mr. his description of the
grotto at Swatara, 143
fidence of the ground near 256.
Monge, M. his memoir concera-
ing the infammation of de-
* per, on the congelation of mable gas in closed vessels, 553.
For more, by M. Monge, fee
sweet springs in America, 143. Montezuma, the sovereign of Mex-
Montgolfier. See Rozier.
of 200 guineas to the American Morgan, Dr. his account of the
Silk worm, 139.
horse's eye, 140.
making anatomical prepara.
tion of ancient Scottish poems, pyed negro girl and a mulatto
N Avigation, early state and pro- Peter the Long, his relation how
gress of, among the ancients, he fell in love with Blanche Ba. 612. In the middle ages, 615. zu, 512, Navy of England, strength of, at Petrifaction. See Camper.
different periods within the last Philosophy, natural, several exper, 20 years, 216.
:- in, by Dr. Priestley, &c. 134. Naxos, aniig, of, defcribed, 603. Phlegifon, obs. on, 134. ReflecNorway aod Iceland, &c. ancient tions on, in order to illustrate
authors rel. (0, $63, et leg. Hit the theory of combustion and torical account of the people of, calcination, 555. 618. Of other 1 orthern islands Pigott, Mr, his obf. on changeable and their inhabitants, ib. . ftars, 31.
, bis determinarion of the Atbs, as religious tests, disap.. latitude of York, from altron, pioved, 526.
obs. 117. Obelisks, fronting the temple at , on the tranfit of Mere
Luxor, their astonishing lize,568. cury, 119. Oeconomy, political, investigated, Place, M. de Ja, on the figure of 97-113
the earth, 550. On the births, Oliver, Mr. bis theory of lighining marriages, and deaths, at Paris,
and thunder forms, 386. Theo- 561.
ry of water-spouis, 390. Plumbum corneum, how prepared, Optical illusion, a curious one ex. 136.
plained, 143. Optical problem Poetry, ancient Scottish, obs. on
proposed, and answered, 144. the origin of, 124. Several anOrichalcum, what, 34.
cient Scottish poets noticed, 128. Oriental forms of correspondence Polypus, uterine, &c. how proand business, 592.
duced, 572. Orofius, well cranilated by King Poor's-rates, amount of, at (wo Alfred, 616.
different periods, 216. Osborne, the bookseller, how punish- Poor, plan for their benefic, 62.
ed by S. Johnson for his info.. Excellent bill for cheir relief and lence, 287,
employment, 352. Ono, Mr. his memoir on the dif- Population, principles of, aligned, covery of America, 471.
, state of, in England and P Age, Mr. his account of a re Wales, at various periods, from markable meteor, 393.
Edw.lll.to che present time,215. Parliament. See Representative. Power, balance of, confidered, 397. Parsnips, how to preierve, by dry- Pre-Adamites, account of, from an ing, 470.
Indian hit, of the world, 420." Parsonage improved, a poem, 50.4.' Precipitation, fatal effecs of, an Patterson, Mr. his mei hod of hnde Indian tale, 419.
ing a true meridian line, and Press, liberty of, descant on, 115. thence the variation of the com- Percy, Bishop, afills in the new pass, 467.
edition of the Tatler, 22. Pegge, Mr. his history of Bolsover Price, Dr. his approbation of Mr. and Peak Castles, 427.
Acland's plan for the benefic of Pellier, M. the oculitt, his opera i be poor, 65. tions commended, 37.
q w , his idea of the doctrine of Parkins, Dr. his conjectures rel. atonement, 402. His compa.
to wind, water-spouts, tornados, rison of the Athanafian and Soand hurricanes, 391.
cinian fyftemps, ib.
Prophets, Jewish, account of their Shakespeare defended against Vol-
Schools, literature, and science, taire, &c. 173.
birch and nature of Christ, 227. the coinage of England, 430.
archievements in the time of Sheridan, Mr. bis oratorical talents
, his familiar letters con- the egg to the cocon, 139.
and uses, 34.
count of, 140.
tions relative 10, 26.
609. His travels commended, Pigott, Herschell, Mayer, Rittene
periments, 142. His expl. of want of economy, 23. Of his
-, his astronomical obs. on the increase of their weight
Sunday Schools recommended, 181,
Scotland, 431. Of their camps meni, 436.
Swatara, descript. of the grotto
Sweet Springs. See Maddison.
Dr. Jobolon about the Scorch Lord Wharton, 24. His ha-
tred of Walpole, ib. Story of
tastrophe, by ascending in a parishioners, ib.
fortune accounted for, 331. TAоrmino, ketch of the beauties
crease of bilious and intermittent markable antiquities there, 603.
to that work during its first
publication, 23-25. New edir.
Tempie of Jerusalem, Haggai's
of, critically investigated, 54.
Controversy on this subject now Unitarianism, histor cally defend. sub6fting, 410-414.
ed, 18. . Teffier, Abté his exper. to hew Voyages and Travels, by Cæsar
the effect of light on planes, 552. Fredericke, 480. I hat, obl. on that word, 6. Tbeatre, dramatic, affirmed to have W Ales, Prince of, bis reputed
a happy influence on morals,519. marriage with Mrs. Fitzher. Thermometer. See Wedgwood. See bert averred as a fact, 514. Its Barker.
legality allo allerted, ib. And Thevenot's account of his journey affirmed to be advantageous for
from Cairo io Suez, reprinted this country, 51;.
in che Asiatic Miscellany, 419. Wargentin, M. a character of emiTbompson, Sir Bej, his new exper. nence in the learned world, 238. on heat, 190.
Waring, Dr, on infinite series, 30. Torpedo of Surinam, acc. of, 140. W'arville, M. de, his strictures on Travellers, ancient, Northern, 618. the travels of the Marquis de Italian, 6:2.
Chaftellux, 337 Treaty, commercial, between Eng. Water. Spouts, theory of, 390. Con.
and France, invcitigated, 162 jectures on, 391. 170, 249, 340, 438.
Watson, Bp. his account of his Trelan, Couni, his literary cha- chemical pursui's, 32. Of his racter, 238.
renouncing them, and burning Turgot, M. his life, 629. His ex. his books, ib. His notion of
celleni character, 631. Dismisled national Itrength and happiness, from his post in the French mini. 33. See also Landaff: Atry on account of his intolerable Widgwood, Mr. additional obs, on integrity, ib. His death, 633. his excellent thermometer for
measuring the higher degrees of V Apours, watery, philosophy and heat, 188.
'mechanical effe&is of, 313. Wetstein, bis objections to the an. Considered as expanlible Auids, tiquity of the Alexandrian Greek
Teft. refuted, 546. Venus, tranfit of, in 1769, observ- W'bite mountains, In America, de.
ed at Newbury, in Massachu- fcribed, 138. rees, 219.
Wilkins, Mr. his extraordinary meVesuvius, Mount, Sir W. Hamil. ritin printing with Oriental types - ton's obs. on the present state of of his own making, 200, 592. that volcano, 19;
Williams, Mr. his obr. of the tran. Vicg D’Azyr, M. continuation of fit of Venus in 1769, 219. bis researches concerning the
, his exper. on evaporastructure of the brain. 559.
tion, &c. 392. Vienna, character of the inhabit. Wit, a species o evil.Speaking, 405. a..is of, 609.
Wright, Dr. on the antifepic virVieyra, Mr. nis plan to facilitare potues of vegetable, acid, and ma-,
the study of the Arabic lan rine salt, combined, 244. guages, 595. Strictures on his
abilities as an Orientalist, 597. Young, Mr. Arthur, his character Vince, Mr. his ne.v method of as an agricultural writer appretinding fuents, &c. 119.
ciated, 40. His annals characViper, remedies for the bite of, terized, ib.
575. Exper. rel. to, 576. Vifion. See Darwin, Elliot, Her- zinc, eficacy of the flowers of,
in the cure of the aftbma, 333. END OF VOL. LXXVI.