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Beribollet, M. on the augmentation of Calele, horned, exper. relative to difeofe
weight which sulphur, phosphorus, and among them, in Italy, 378,
Cbauflier, M. on the methods of destroying
Cicero, observ, on bis Tutculan questions,
City genias poetically described, 312.
preached on that virtue, 239.
at Chathani, 458. Of elephants, found arihing from her temples, philosopbi.
the growth of potatoes, 125. His ese
171. On planting wheat, in rows, ale
colony, 475. The inand of Trifan da Colonies, and settlements of European nag
quiry into the earliest accounts of, 528.
and commercial policy, 28. of the Conceprion, or ides, explained, 332.
of using them in pharmaceutical and
by different plants growing among it,
acid upon oile, &c. 497.
Corbenius, M. his inquiry into the nature
Corte, F. his meteorological observations,
Coiter's Saturday.night, a Scottish poem,
Crimes, and punishments, obr. rel. to, 413.
Cromweli, Oliver, genealogical view of the
Curl, a disease among potatoes, obferv, on,
copal bospitals at or near that city, 23. Currie, Dr. his memoirs of Dr. Bell, 414.
periodical biody Aux, from his little R Aubenton, M. bis obl. on a large bone
found in the earth at Paris, 494.
tive remedies for Sheep, 539.
(werable for the loss of goods, 381. De la Lande, M, on the duration of the
rolar year, 503.
Denina, Abbé, on the causes of the diver.
of the German, 4916
Doucal, Dr. his method of curing a ter. Fixlmillner, M. his acc. of the planet re-
discovered by Herschel, 481.
foreiga trees, 506. On the cure of a the Tusculan quetions of Cicero, 486.
application of chemistry to agriculture,
tion and component parts, 13. Pro- Fougerous, M. on the mephiticism of
Furnaces, portable. See More.
GAberlunzie-man, an ancient Scottish
poem, account of, 287.
Geneva, learned men produced there, 563,
Giant's Causeway composed of basaltes, 280.
Fofils found in, 281.
ice ibat are carried down great rivers, in
ftudies, 211. His natural history of Gold, said to be really diffoluble in the
nitrous acid, 508.
in the Berlin Memoirs, 485.
skill in the fine arts, 569.
Greer, method of preparing a new kind of
thai colour, 351.
Greenland, observ, on the health of persons
Grenville, Mr. his description of an appa.
form arithmetical operations, 421.
Gryff;dib ap Cynar, the Well prince, hio
of the ancients, 256, Inquiry inta
which raged in France, 5;2. Succell. effe as of the mephitic vapour arifios
necelary houses, 525.
Hazard, Mr, hie fu cessful method of cule
Hea:, remarks on the composition of, 352,
Philos. exper. relative to, 483: On Kiraw, Mr. bis paper on the compas.
Languages, inquiry concerning the die
'verGty of, 491.
motion of bodies, 213.
aeriform Avids, 494. On a method of
fire and heat, in chemical operations,
500. On the combination of nitrous
served by former astronomers, 481. chemical subjects, 502. On the effects
the animal economy, 54?.
Le Clerc, John, his great character, as a
phically inveftigared, 509.
plants, gains the prize offered by the
fied), dug up, near Chatham, 458. Literature, &c. advantages of, 342.
cancers, &c. 534.
ful breed of, 130. Crolling the breed humiliating Tubmission to Edw. Ill. 4.
Lobelia Sypbilitica, its efficacy in the cure
Locke, Mr. his acc. of the origin of our
for erecting a flatue in honour of him, concerning judgment, 336.
Long, Dr. history of his publication on
government, for a piece of ground, for the press, 273. Review of its contents,
Longevity, obs. on, 253.
in two balloon voyages, in company MAclaine, Dr. difference between him
and M. Vanden Bescb, relative to the
Man, the intellectual powers of, general
hittory of, reviewed, 39. Present po- WeA Indies, 427. Thrives well in la-
one, to refilt the violence of the sea, some kinds of Auxions on the breaft,
50g. On the great mig in the summer
Matter, and space, philof. notions concern- Percival, Dr. his observations on the difg
ing, 249-250. Animal matter, origin ferent quantities of rain that fall, from
different heights, over the same spot of
Period, lunar, of 19 years. See Cotte. See
Petrifactions, of animal substances, obserus
fite to their becoming totally changed in
their texture, 458.
of 19 years, 533• To two Chaldean Agaricus conicus, 535.
Place, M. de la, his theory of the attrac
Plague, useful bint relative to, 527.
ties of, 199. Subject continued, 241. prose, 343
the mind receives from the exercise of
mory of the autbor, 346.
one that happened in June and July Pepe's Temple of Fame, iranlated into Latin
by Ms. Murphy, 374. Specimen of,
Polatoes, experiments relative to the cul.
ture of, 124. Method of curing a par-
ticular disease to which that vegetable is
Pratt, Mr. characterized as a poet, 289.
my of ancient and modern states, 487.
inftitutor of Sunday schools, 52.
Ram, philosophical observations relative
Reasoning, that faculty philosophically con-
pedia of Mr. Chambers, 323–331.
The subject continued, 401. Criticilin
on a particular passage, 406.
, observations on that of ani.
mal substances, 253.
Retirement, poetical address to, 290.
dom, in respect to the government of, purposes, 524.
Robins, Mr. obtains a prize medal, for
raising the greatest quantity of turnip-
rooted cabbage, 418.
vate life, 491.
Rowfleau, J. J. his Arange character, 565.
Perception, philofophical explication ment of a base on Hounslow Heath, 217.
S Age, M. his obfervations on the Aqua Tung fler, experiments relative to the cosa
Marina, 497. His analyfis of the rulo fituent parts of that metal, 542.
valing, 171. lis excellence as food for
Turnips, the proper culture of, 179.
V Arden Bosób, M. his correspondence
with the Monthly Reviewers, 399.
tion of, 200. The subject fartber con. quiry into the cause of, 514. Mephis
tic, fee Halle. la rarified air, les
lub by Ms. Murphy, 372. Specimen
management of, 423. On the methods Volcanos, remarkable vestigia of ancient
Voluptuary's Coliloquy, 206.
in the colour of, from citeale, 533. W Ag ftaff, Mr. his experiments on cel-
Wales, a good history of, 1. See allo Ced.
walader, Gryffidib, &c.
mine whether it undergoes any decom.
Wait and Boulton, accuunt of, 402. -> philosophical experiments relative
for the use of Cbemifis, &c. 271.
Wigurlin, M. his memoir concerning
clear and obscure notions relatie so
W ceni, the practice of planting and trans.
The manner in which cora, &c. is af. ments, 172.
bone, af uncommon lengib, 257.
tion et anstral subitonces, 253. On the
that kind, for i he benefit of persons of Mr. Tboma', his excursion through
a fubiereaneous cavern al Paris, 414.
number planted by Mr. White, in Duro prize-medal for planting the greatest
Whitmore, Mr. bis account of drilled crope
as a proper place to settle convicts upon, Wilke, M. his experiments on the elafticity,
&c, of beat, vaprur, &c. 513-