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An Answer to David Hume and others

285

Arnot's Collection and Abridgment of celebrated Criminal Trials in

Scotland

286

Spallanzani's Differtations relative to the Natural History of Animals

and Vegetables

291

Archaeologia, Vol. VII.

300

West's Elements of Mathematics

303

Jacquin's Elements of Medico Practical Chemistry

304

Hutton's Journey from Birmingham to London

305

Dr. Johnson's Life

307 .

Confessions of a Coquet

ibid.

The Power of Oratory. An Ode

ibid.

The False Friends

308

Memoirs of Sir Simeon Supple

ibid.

The Book of Seven Chapters

309

Annotations upon Mrs. Errington's Trial

ibid.

The Æsopiad : A Poem

ibid.

Omai's Letter

310

Letters between an illustrious Personage, and a Lady of Honour

at Bath

ibid.

Gordon's Principles of Naval Architecture

ibid.

The Frolics of Fancy

311

The Elements of Englih Grammar

ibid.

Collection of Gaelic Proverbs

ibid.

Original Papers

312

Eugenius

ibid.

Life of Cervantes

ibid.

Plantagenet: A Poem

ibid.

A Treatise on Acroftatic Machines

313

Mosely's Observations on Tobacco

ibid.

The Practice of Medicine made easy

315

The Coalitional Rencontre anticipated

ibid.

An Introduction to the reading of the Holy Bible

Strutt’s Biographical Dictionary,

Reid's Efrays on the Intellectual Powers of Man, continued 329

Scott's Critical Effays on some of the Poems of several English Poets

338

Sparrmanse
Voyage to the Cape of Good Hope

342

The Newspaper: A Poem, by the Rev. George Crabbe

349

Nicholson's Navigator's Affiftant

353

The New Annual Register

354

Vivian's Revelation of St. John explained

359

Female Tuition

362

Woodfall's Sketch of the Debates in the House of Commons in Ire-

land

Borwell's Tour to the Hebrides

Fordyce's Addresses to the Deity

Campbell's Observation's on the Typhus

Francis, the Philanthropist

385

The Case of Christopher Atkinson

392

Supple:

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Supplement to the Case of Christopher Atkinson

391

Mercator's Letter

ibiche

Observations on the Case of Christopher Atkinson

ibid.

Refutation of the Case of Christopher Atkinson

392

The Case of Major John Savage

393

New Annals of Gallantry

ibid.

Constance ; a Novel

ibid.

The Hiltory of the Hon. Edward Mortimer

394

The Vale of Innocence

ibid.

Treatise on Strong Beer, Ale, &c.

ibid.

The Omen

395

Remarks on the Journal of a Tour to the Hebrides

ibid.

Letters to a Young Planter

ibid.

Rousseau's Letters on the Elements of Botany

401

Sargent's Mine, a Dramatic Poem

404

Miscellaneous Thoughts, in Essays, Dialogues, Epistles, &c.

410

The Loufiad : an Heroi-Comic Poem

416

Geography and Aftronomy of the Created World. Book IV. 419

Two Schemes of a Trinity considered, and the Divine Unity asserted

423

The Aeroftatic Spy

Planting and Ornamental Gardening

Swedenborg's Summary View of the Heavenly Doctrines of the New

Jerusalem Church

432

Holcroft's Choleric Fathers. A Comic Opera

439

Dr. Blane's Observations on the Diseases incident to Seamen ibid.

Dr. Reid's Essays on the Intellectual Powers of Man, concluded 448

Hale's Analysis Æquationum

An Earnest Affectionate Address to Farmers

ibid.

Tableau de l'Angleterre

4бо

Imison's School of Arts

Appearance is againt them

426

Owen's Translation of Juvenal's Sagres

ibid.

Vigor's Eleven Additional Letters

History of Bombay

ibid.

Observations on the Militia

ibid.

State of Facts respecting some Differences betwixt the Duke of

Bridgewater

429

Wedgwood's Letter

ibid.

The Crisis of the Colonies considered

ibid.

The Crisis ; or, a Defence of Administration

ibid.

Two Letters to David Hume

Primitive Candour

430

Ingram's View of the Great Events of the Seventh Plague ibid.

Dissertation on Suicide

431

Strictures on Ecclesiastical Abuses

ibid.

Dickenson's Sermon on the late General Thanksgiving ibid.

A Sermon preached in the Church of St. Nicholas

ibid.

To Correspondents

240

Note to Correspondents

320

A Letter

A Letter from R. N, to the Editor
The Answer
To Correspondents

Pago 400 ibid.

440

NATIONAL

AFFAIRS.

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ibid.

HARACTER of the Ministry

ibid, An Idea of Lord Sydney An Idea of Lord Carmarthen

ibid. An Idea of the Duke of Richmond

ibid. An Idea of Lord Kowe

ibid. An Idea of Mr. Dundas

ibid. Comparison between Administration and the Opposition 78 A Description of the Administration of Mr. Pitt

ibid. Its Contradictory Features

ibid. His Versatility

79 Irish Affairs

ibid. A Censure of Government in the Conduct of them

80 State of Ireland

157 The Character of its Inhabitants

ibid. The Fate of the Irish Propofitions

158 The Proper Methods of Governing Ireland

ibid. The Arret of the French King to check the Trade of England 159 The Condition of the Irish Protestants

160 The Condition of the Irish Roman Catholics

ibid. The State of Germany

ibid. Abdication of Irish Propofitions

234 Reasoning upon them

ibid. Probable Behaviour of the Irish

ibid. Mr. Gratton's Eloquence

ibid. Spirit of Emulation of Ireland

235 Genius of Gratton's Eloquence

ibid. His Sentiments quoted

236 Irish without Dispositions to Peace

ibid. Consequences of Relaxation

ibid. Fallen State of England

ibid. Her Symptoms of Old Age

237 Impolicy of rage for Commerce

ibid. Corruption the Bane of Empires

238 Reflections on a Progress of Revolt

ibid. Supposed Reasoning of Scotland with such a View

239 Supposed Resolutions of the Cabinet on such an Occasion ibid. Opinions of Pitt, Dundas, and Thurlow

ibid. Want of Spirit censured

240 Conduct of the Irish justified from reason

ibid. Ignorance and Incapacity of our Statesmen

317 None fit to conduct our Affairs in difficult Situations

ibid, Inftances opposed to this in the History of other Nations ibid. Examples among the Turks

ibid. Finelie

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Fineffe of the Capitan Pacha

317 Comparison of the present with Statesmen of the former Age 318 Comparison of former with our present Speakers

ibid. Observations on the Union

ibid, Encomium of the Executors of that Measure

ibid, A fimilar Conduct respecting Ireland recommended

319 Continent of Europe

ibid, Discussion of the Emperor's Views

ibid. Views of Lewis XIV.

ibido Reasoning upon an Exchange of Bavaria

320 Opposite to the Interest of England

ibid. Reflections and Conclusion

ibid. Speculations on the present Agitation of the Empire

396 The Views of the Three Powers, France, Rusia, and the Emperor

ibid. Speculations upon Consequences

ibid. State of Great Britain in these Events

397 Her probable Conduct

398 The Exchange for Bavaria

ibid. Conduct of Prussia

ibid. The Germanic League

ibid. England praised for acceding to it

ibid, The Chance of Discord between the Great European Powers ibid. Probable Consequences to the Empire

ibid. Poland

399 Holland

ibid. Our Commercial Treaty with France

ibid. Ireland

ibid. Perseverance of Scotland for Reform

ibid. Ambition insatiable on its Nature

432 Application to the Emperor

ibid. His different Claims

ibid. Bavarią his great Object

ibid. Impediments in his Way

433 The Conduct of England in this Affair

ibid. Treaty of Munster violated

ibid. Decline of the Dutch

ibid. Emperor's Advantages in the late Treaty

434 His Plans imperfectly comprehended

ibid. But his Character as yet undecided

ibid. Czarina and the Emperor

435 United by their Enmity to the Turks

ibid. France

,ibid.

ibid. Conjectures concerning her Conduct Her Alliance with the Dutch

ibid. Her Footing in East Florida

ibid. Conjecture of a Sale of Gibraltar

ibid. Speculation of the Result of the Alliance betwixt France and Holland

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436

Inimical to the Trade and Navy of England

ibid. France

France celebrated for Art and Intrigue
Aggrandizement of her Navy
Spain
Bull Feafts restrained
Barbary
Their Piracies at their Zenith
The English Flag alone respected
The Loss of America revenged
State of America
Their Danger from the Indians
Great Britain
Speculation on her Commercial Treaties
Appointment of Mr Eden
Counsel for his conduct
Kepose of Ireland.

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437 ibid. ibid. ibid. ibid. ibid. ibid. ibid.

438 ibid. 439 ibid. ibid. ibid. 440

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