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Observations on the Poison of Copper and Brass, and the very great Danger attending the Use of Utensils made of these Metals, and other mixed Metals wherein Copper and Brass make a Part, especially in the preparing and keeping Food and Physic, &c.

Extraordinary Instance of Maternal Affection in a savage Animal”

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Three Letters concerning the Reviviscence of some Snails, preserved many Years in a Cabinet. Extraordinary Instance of the Hardiness of Snails to resist Heat, which may serve, in some Degree, as a Confirmation of their Hardiness to resist Dryness, the Subject of the preceding Article..

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An Account of the Gymnatus Electricus, or Electrical Eel. Some Account of a Tree growing in Spain, called the Algarroba, Garofero, Carrobe, or Locust-Tree, which produces vast Quantities of Fruit.

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Description of a newly-discovered sensitive Plant, called Dionæa Muscipula, or Venus's Fly-trap.

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Description of a petrified Stratum, formed from the Waters of Matlock, in Derbyshire.

Glorious Prospect during the Passage of the Strait of Gibraltar.

PROJECTS.

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Plan, and Summary of the Report, &c. &c. of the Society instituted in. London, 1774, for the Recovery of Persons apparently drowned; with plain Directions for the Recovery of such Persons; and also of those seemingly dead by any other Species of Strangulation, by Suffocation, by being frozen, seized with Syncopes, Apoplectic or other Fits, &c. struck with Lightning, or stupified by Falls or Blows; likewise of overlaid and even still-born Children.

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Authentic List of the Names of Persons either saved or recovered by the said Society, from its first Institution to the End of 1775. 104 Three Remarkable Cases, of a Man and two Children, to all Appearance dead, recovered to perfect Health.

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Names and Places of Abode of the Medical Assistants to the said Society. 115 Description of a Machine for saving Persons and Effects from Fire; with Remarks thereon.

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Generous and humane Advertisement of some eminent Brewers, offering the
Assistance of their Engines and Servants for extinguishing Fires.
Recipe for an excellent Cosmetic, as well as Preventative and Remedy for the
Scald-Head and Itch, and other Disorders proceeding from Worms. ibid.
Some Account of the Institution and present State of an Undertaking for usefully
employing Female Children of the Poor, in the Blond, and Black Silk Lace
Manufactory.

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An Address to the Furmers of Great-Britain on the great Advantages of setting Wheat, instead of sowing it in the usual Way.

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Method of preserving, &c. all Sorts of Plants and Roots, for affording }
cheap, wholesome, and palatable Food for the Use of Man.

Simple and easy Method of making Hay.

Easy Process for making Ice, without the Assistance of Snow, Nitre, c
other Kind of Salt, even close to the Tropics, and in low Grounds.

ANTIQUITIES.

Certain Objections to the Veracity of the Mosaic History, with regard. ›
Age of the Earth, drawn from the Appearances of some Parts of N
Atna, refuted, from the Changes allowed to have happened in other Pa
the same Mountain.

Of the little Dependance to be placed on the Description of Eclipses left
Ancient History, towards ascertaining their Dates, &c.

Objections to the Authority of an Apamean Medal, produced by Mr. Br
to prove that the Accounts in the Old Testament of the ancient Patria
gave Rise to a great Part of the Heathen Mythology; with Mr. Bry
Refutation of these Objections; and an Illustration of another Coin &
at the same Place.

Some Account of a Latin Dissertation, entitled, "An Essay in which
proved that the Shipwreck of St. Paul happened on the Coast of the Islan
Méléda in Dalmatia, and not on the Coast of the Isle of Malta."

Account of the Origin of Wakes and Fairs.


MISCELLANEOUS ESSAYS.

Arguments drawn from Interest as well as Humanity against the Practice of
Slavery in the French Colonies, applicable also to the English.

On the savage Diversion of Cock-fighting.

On Homer's Geography, and Mr. Pope's Translation.

Of sentimental Comedy.

Of the present Rage for Lotteries.

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A Dissertation on Almanucks; with the Plan of a New One, for the Use of

People of Fashion.

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POETRY.

Ode for his Majesty's Birth-Day, 4th June, 1775..

Song to Elle, Lord of the Castell of Bristowe, in Daies of Yore.

Inscription in a Tower at W, in the County of Cambridge.

Amusement in modern High Life.

The Fatal Sisters; an Ode from the Nourse Tongue.

Verses to Solitude; by Mr. Chapone.

Ode for the Regatta, or Water-Jubilee; performed at Ranelagh.

Ode to Adversity. By the late Mr. Gray.

Ode on the Pleasure arising from Vicissitude.

Ballad, sung at the same Place, and on the same Occasion.

Epilogue to the Tragedy of the Inflexible Captive.`

Epilogue to the Rivals.

Epilogue to the Choleric Man; written by Mr. Garrick.

Epilogue to the Comedy of Bon Ton; written by Mr. Colman.
Vers à Mademoiselle Clairon.

To Mr. Garrick, on the Report of his leaving the Stage.

Grace; by Mr. Garrick,

Verses upon Mrs. Crewe, by the Hon. Charles For,

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Verses to the Ladies: by Lady Chudleigh, Grandmother to the Duchess of

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On a Gentleman's saying he would dance with none but fuir Ladies.

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Attraction and Repulsion; a Fable.

Lines sung by Durastanti, when she took Leave of the English Stage.

ibid.

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A Burlesque of the same Lines; by Dr. Arbuthnot.

A Farewell to London in the Year 1714; by Mr. Pope.

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A Spanish Madrigal; with ă Translation by Mr. Garrick.
A Translation of Latin Verses; from the Arabic.

Chorus Song, in the Comedy of Old City Manners.

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