Das gelehrte England, oder Lexikon der jetzlebenden Schriftsteller in Grosbritannien, Irland und Nord-Amerika, von Jahre 1770 bis 1790. Nachtrag und Fortsetzung, 1790 bis 1803, Volume 1
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Page 281 - An Account of a Method of Copying Paintings upon Glass, and of making Profiles by the Agency of Light upon Nitrate of Silver; with Observations by H.
Page 131 - A Determination of the Average Depression of the Price of Wheat in War below that of the preceding Peace, and of its readvance in the following...
Page 93 - Select letters on the trade and government of America; and the Principles of law and polity, applied to the American colonies.
Page 259 - Thoughts on Outline, Sculpture and the System that Guided the Ancient Artists in Composing their Figures and Groupes: Accompanied with Free Remarks on the Practice of the Moderns, and Liberal Hints Cordially Intended for their Advantage. To which Are Annexed Twenty-Four Designs of Classical Subjects Invented on the Principles Recommended in the Essay.
Page 75 - Observations on the Produce of the Income Tax, and on its Proportion to the Whole Income of Great Britain: including Important Facts respecting the Extent, Wealth and Population of this Kingdom.
Page 266 - A JOURNAL OF OCCURRENCES AT THE TEMPLE, during the Confinement of Louis XVI.
Page 108 - REMARKS on the nature and extent of liberty, as compatible with the genius of civil societies ; on the principles of government and the proper limits of its powers in free states ; and, on the justice and policy of the American war. Occasioned by perusing the Observations of Dr Price on these subjects.
Page 296 - A Guide to the Cathedral Church of Salisbury. With a particular Account of the late great Improvements made therein, under the Direction of James Wyatt, Esq.