TiTLES, HORS' NAMES, &c. of the Publi-
cations reviewed in this Volume.
N. B. For REMRAKABLE Passages, in the Criticisms and
Extracts, see the INDE X, at the End of the Volume.
For the Names, also, of those learned Foreigners who are the
Authors of new Dissertations, or other curious Papers, published
in the MEMOIRS and TRANSACTIONS of the Royal and other .
Scientific ACADEMIES on the Continent, and also for the Titles
of those Differtations, &c. of which Accounts are given in the
Review,- see our Index, printed at the End of this Volume.
Berlin, Secret Hift. of the Court
ABERCROMBIE's Hot-house of,
211. Bibliotheca Topographica Britan-
Gardener's Journal, 338 . nica, No.49, 50, 414
Adlions of the Apostles. See Willis. Bibliotheca Parisiana, 475
Adair's Objections against the A. Blackett's Suicide, a Poem, 93
bolition of the Slave-trade, 210 Blackstone's Reports, Parts IV.
Essays on Fashionable and V.
395. Blanders of Loyalty,
- on a Non-defcript Di Bulany. See Dickjós. See Smith.
336 Bowles's Versos on, the Philan-
- on the Suttonian Regi: thropic Society,
ib. Draad.shit..of Newcastle, 387
Anecdotes of his Life, 337: Breizkopf -- Exemplum Typogra-
Adriano, a Poem,
$:;:phie Sinica, &c. 563
Age of our Earth. See Globe. British Album,
Aldricb's Architecture, 327 Broome's Elucidation of Halt-
Alifon's Effays on Tafte, 361 ings's Impeachment, 334
Alves's Edinburgh, a Poem, 474 Brown's Chancery Reports, Vol.
Apology for the Liturgy, 13 II.
Applegarth's Plea for the Poor,347 Bruce's Travels, 33, 12 I
Arcbenholz's Picture of England, Burke, Mr. Letter to, from M.
Arthur, a Poetical Romance, 71 - Reflections on the Revolu-
Affronomy, Practical, Treatise on, tion in France, 313. 438.
298 Burn's Letters to Priestley, 233
Burtin's Prize Dissertat. on the
Age of our Globe, 539
Bath Society. See Letters.
Beckford's Ács, of Jamaica, 290 Calonne on the State of France,
Benyowsky's Travels, 169
Berrington's Hift. of Hen. II. 373 Camden's Britannia, new Édi-
Berkeley's Literary Relics, 241 tion,