The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for the Year ...

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J. Dodsley, 1781

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Retroſpeciive view of affairs in Europe in the year 1780 Admiral Geary
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State of affairs during the receſs Conſequences of the riots in London
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ºr to the
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is ſºntenced on hiſ own confº
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Natural hiſtory and deſtription of the TigerCat of the Cape of Good Hope
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of the air that has been ſuppoſed to come through the pores of the Ain and
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Lord Cornwallis to proceed to Wilmington yor pplies Unuſual conſe
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Of the Bat or RereMouſe from the ſame
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Protºff of the Lords 25th january 1781 ibid
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The humble petition of the Britiſh ſubječi reſiding in the provinces of Bengal
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Petition of the jews of St Euſtatius to Admiral Rodney and General
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Memorial of the Empreſs of Ruſſia to the States General 3
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Petition of Henry Laurens Eſq to the Hºuſe of Commons 322
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The third report of ditto 328
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An account of all the number of the men who have died in actual ſervice
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Jar in South Carolina State of affairs after the battle of Camden
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ſituation of the hoſtile forces during the ſickly ſeaſºn Incredible hard
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Obſervations on the Dyſentery ºf the WeſtIndies with a new and ſºcceſſºl
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Great loſ ſiftained by the Spaniſh fleet in a hurricane on its way to
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Inſtructions for the prevention and cure of the Epizooty or contagious differifer
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his committal to the Tower Effect produced by his papers in precipitating
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An account of the ancient manner of hunting in Wales and of the laws
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A ſhort hiſorical account of Athens from the time of her Perſian triumphs
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Concerning Natural Beauty from the ſame
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H R O N I C L F ſ 161202
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Marriage 204
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The trial of George Gordon Eſq commonly called Lord George Gordon
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Remarkable actions at ſea
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ported into England and Scotland with the bounties and drawáack
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Embarkatian returns of all the Britiſh corps and recruits which have been ſent
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Ways and means for raiſing the above ſupplies 273
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His majºſtys mºſ gracious ſpeech to both hoºfts of parliament Nov 1 178o
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An account of the paſtoral manners and of the government of the Scythians
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An account of the life and literary charadier of Henry Howard Earl of Surry
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An account of John Law and of the Miſſiſpi ſcheme projećied by him
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Charađer of the Italians from the ſame 32
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Hiſtory and antiquities of the Oratory of Burton in the Iſle of Wight frºm
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On the advantages ºf Tºfte for the general beauties of nature 163
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Ode fºr the Kings birthday June 4 1781 by the ſame 163
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Extracts from Sympathy a pºem 177
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Honoria or the Day ºf AlSouls a poem ly Mr Jerningham 184
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The Hiſtºry of Engliſh Poetry from the clºſe of the eleventh to the commencement
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H A P III
Reedy Fork Strange defici of intelligence explºrienced by the Britiſh
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H A P IX
N A T U R A

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