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MIHI ET. GRATIORA
SUNT BONA QUOD PERSEVERANT, ET LEVIORA INCOMMODA
By T. CROWDER, No. 2, Temple-Lane, White-Friars.
BY 3. WHITTLE; AND BY COBBETT AND MORGAN, AT THE CROWN AND MITRE, PALL
Table of the Titles, Authors Names, &c. of the Publications reviewed in this
Volume, including both the Original Criticism, and Reviewers Reviewed.
Adonia, a delultory story
398 against Distress, apprehended from the
Radical Means of counteracting
Financial Facts of the eighteenth Cen-
Baring's Observations on the publica- Greatheed's Funeral Sermon
James's Provider ce displayed
Bleamire's Remarks on the Poor Laws Leland's Reflections on the present State
Letter to the Right Hon. the Lord
Candid Appeal to the Nation upon the
408 Meen's Remarks on the Ca Tandra of
Claims of Thomas Jefferson to the Prefi- Moonshine's More Wonders
tice, and Policy of a Commutation of Pearson's Remarks on the Theory of
Table of the Titles, Authors Names, &c.
of the Hon. C. J. Fox, at the
4. Statistical Observer's Pocket Companion 425
192 Striking Facts, addreffd to those who
274 Tatham on the Culture and Commerce
214 Vaughan's Oratio in Theatre, &c. 171
Scattered Thoughts, adapted to the Williams's (Mifs) State of Manners, &c.
Table of the Essays, Letters, Poetry, &c. in the Miscellaneous Part of this
Williams's Deistical Lectures,
ANTI-JACOBIN Review and Magazine;
&c. &c. &c.
For JANUARY, 1801.
WE HAVE DONE THE STATE SOME SERVICE, AND THEY KNOW IT.
Tranfactions of the Linnean Society. Volume V. 4to. PP. 296.
Il. Is. in Boards. White. London. . 1800.
cieties in the kingdom, it would be fuperfluous in us to remark. Supported by talents, learning, industry, rank, and fortune, the success of such an affociation, in all views and researches, seems placed beyond the power of accident.
The volume before us would appear, from a bare enumeration of its contents, to be equally deserving of public attention, with the first four; which have been received as productions worthy the disciples of Linneus. It contains thirty-one articles.
In “ his Observations on the Ranunculus aquatilis,” Dr. Pulteney informs us, thato the distilled water of the R. Flammula, or Lesser Spearwort, as we are informed by Dr. Withering, is an emetic more instantaneous, and less offensive during its action, than white - vitriol; and, as if Nature had furnished an antidote to poison from among poisons of its own tribe, is to be preferred in promoting the instant expulfion of de. leterious substances from the stomach." NO, XXXI. VOL. VIII.