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Romaine 234

Poems 130

A.

Barré, Col. his senatorial Character 32
ABROAD and at Home, a new Comic Bayle, Peter, Account of 26
Opera, Account of 438

Beccaria, his Theory of Earthquakes 400
Accident, fatal, 219, 220

Bedell, Bishop, his persuasive Mildness
Additon, Mr. Character of his Style 39 105
Agriculture, Minutes from the Reports of Berbice, taken from the Duich 58

the Agricultural Board 18, s, 227, Betting, Satire on 247
322, 385

Bigotry, Thoughts on 179, 401
Air, Remarks on the State of, for June Biographical Register for 1795;_ Josiah

$3-for July 115—for August 195– Wedgewood, Esq. 95–Di. Thomas
for September 267—for O&tober 343 — Balguy 96- James Botwell, Eyq. 96-
for November 423

Mr. Robert Bakewell 98-Dr. Owen
Allegories, from the German : Sleep 259 108 - Dr. Kippis 100-- Rev. William

- The Choice of Flora 2 59--Aurora 260
Altkirchen, Battle of .57

Bilney, Rev. Thomas, Martyrdom of
Amboyna, taken by the English 439 306
Am-rica, explana'o y Article to the late Blood, Circulation of the, discovered 168

Treaty of Peace with 136, 139 - Com. B'ushing, Thoughts on 4
missioners appointed to settle British Bog Moss, Utility of 34

Claims 218-Insurrection Spanish 450 Bologna, taken 67
Amphion Frigate, blown up 220 Boothhy, Sir Brook, Extract from his.
Analogy. Definition of 107
Ancona, raken 67

Boswell, James, Memoirs of 96-an Ob.
Anecdote of a Traveller 7of Charles the fervation on his Life of Dr. Johnson

Bad, King of Navarre 14-of the Value 321
of Money 15-a fingular typographical Botany, State of, in the 17th Century 167
15-of Linnæus 34 of Theleus 75– Brandy, Account of the Origin of 14
of Mr. Wilkes : 69–of Henry IV, 192 Bread, Method of making, from Rice.
of Rofe. Secretary to Lewis XIV, 192
of Apiciuś 193--of Thompson and the Budget for 1797, opened 448
Counteis of Hertford 193,- of George Burke, Mr. his Elcquence characterized,
I, 264-of the Princess Elifabeih of 32---Extracts from his Pamphlet on a
France 265-of John Duke of Argyle Regicide Peace 285, 414
395-of an Aitorney 408

C.
Anecdotes of Bayle 26-of Chillingworth Camilla, a Novel, by Mrs. D'Arblay,
25-of Voltaire 28-of Mademoiselle

late Miss Burney 119, 201
Curchord 29-of Police 406

Caraccioli, M. de, satirical Definition of
Antiquities, Study of, in the 17th Cen.

the Word Modefte 4

Carter, Mrs. her poetical Advice to the
Anxiety, Essay on 325
Apicius, Anecdote of 193

-Cardiganshire, on the Inclosures of 18
Apologues, Arabian 392, 418

Catharine !I, Empress of Russia, her Death
Argyle, Anecdote of John Duke of 395

458
Arminians, Account of the 101

Cavalry, Provisional, Exemptions from
Arts, Comparative State of the, in Eng. Service in the 380
land and France 170

Character of Di. Maty 32.-of Lord North
Attachment, Local, its Influence on vulgar 32~of the leading Members in the Long
Minds 128

Parliament 164---0f Hobbes 165, 106
Attorney, Anecdote of an 408

-Prynne 165-of Selden 166-of Sir
B.

Matthew Hale 166 of King William
Bagshot, Observations on the Soil of 229 III, 418
Bakewell, Mr. Robert, Memoirs of 98 Charles I, Account of the ecclesiastical
Balguy, Dr. Thomas, Memoirs of 96 Disputes in his Reign 101
Barbauld, Mrs. her beautiful Character of Charles the Bad, King of Navarre, Anee.
female Excellence

dote of 14

alone 233

tury 167

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of 377

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Chillingworth, Mr. Account of 26, 105 Fair Sex, admonitory Reflections addrefted
Chymiltıy, successfully ftudied in the i7th to the 3
Century 167

Farms, Great, an imaginary Evil 16
Clery, Village of, famous for the Tomb Utility of 17
of Lewis XI, 73

Fashionable Follies, Dulness and Sameness
Coalpits, at Highgrove, Fire in, 146
Coins, Observations on us.

Female Institution, a fingular 171
Cold, Iufluence of, upon the Health of Ferrara, taken by the French 67
the Inhabitants of London 328

Fine Weather, the Disadvantages of 92
Colombo taken 63

Fire, at the Coalpits at Highgrove 146
Colquhoun, Mr. Éxtract from his Treatise at Liverpool 219

on the Police of the Metropolis 339, 405 Fortune's Fool, a new Comedy, Account
Conversation and a Drama, Resemblance
between 319

Foster-fathers, &c. remarkable Instances
Corfica, Evacuation of, by the Englich 454

of the Affection of 14
Cotton, Sir Robert, Account of 168 Fox, Mr. his Character 33
Cunning, Lessons against youthful 409 France, Progress of the War againlt : Ex-
Curchoid, Mademoiselle de, Account of piration of the Armistice, and Recom-

mencement of Hoftilities 57-The
D.

French defeat the Austrians at Altkir-
D'Arblay, Mrs. a Scene from her Camilla chen 57—who are victorious at Wetzlar
119

55—Blockade of Ehrenbreitstein raised
Dependence, on a State of 393

57—The French defeated at Kirpen,
Dei bent, taken by the Russians 67

and near Manheim 59-Idand of St.
Digby, Sir Kenelm, Account of 167 Lucia taken by the English 58-Cam-
Dileares, Obfèrvations on the, in June 53 paign in Italy 63, 65,137, 138, 206,

--for July 115--for August 195-for 218, 440, 441, 443, 444-Leghorn
September 257 --for October 343-for entered by the French 64-a gallant
Noveriber 423

haval Exploit 64-St. Vincent and Gree
D'Ifraeli, Mr. Obfervations on a Pallage nada reduced 65-Progress of the French
in his Literary Reflections 312

in Germany 66, 67, 137, 138, 140,
Domestic Monarchy, on 107

207–Campaign in St. Domingo 66,
Drama.' See Conversation.

444-Fort Urbino, in the Eccleliaftical
Dudley, Lord, his Arcano del Mare 75 State, tåken hy the French 67-Fri-
Duel, between Mr. Pride and Mr. Car. burg entered 67-Ferrara, Bologna, and
penter 14.7

Ancona 67--Armistice concluded with
Dugdale, 'Sir William, Account of 167 the King of Naples and the Pope 67

The' Citadel of Milan taken 67-The
E.

Chouans subdued 67--Francfort, Wurtz.
Earthike, in various Parts of England, burg, and Bamberg taken 137–Porto
Accounts of 330, 396-mon the Theory Ferrajo taken Poffeffion of by the Eng-

lith 140 - Austrians defeated at Fried,
Ealt India House, Proceedings of the 454 berg 140-defeat the French at Ellingen
Eaton, Daniel Ifaac, tried for publishing 141-Koningstein taken 142-Leghorn
two Libels 69

entered by the French 142--French and
Egotism, Observation on 127

Spanish squadrons fail from Cadiz 1490
Elegy on the Death of an Infant Son 54 Defeats of the French in Germany 209,

the Complaint of a Circaslian Slave, con. 210, 218, 293, 368, 440, 442, 443
fined in the Ottoman Seraglio 55

Treaty of Alliance between France
Elisabeth, Princess, of France, her Mag and Spain 291 - Official Note respecting
nanimity: 265

the British Advances toward a Peace
England, poctical Cautions to 130

298-Genoese Ports Thut against the
Engravers, Account of a moveable Table English 298, 299- Progress of the

Negociation for a General Peace 356,
Etruria, a Village, Account of 96

437-Peace with Naples 376
Eve, Milton's beautiful Description of 4. France, Gibbon's Reflections on the Re.
Evil, Presentin

volution in 171-Infurrection at Paris
Execution at Bodmin 147

217--on the progressive Effects of the
Revolution, by Mr. Burke 285-Ob-

servations on the late Monarchy and
Fable, by Linnæus 34-the Two Bees present Government of, by the Same 414

195--The Dove and the Ant 431 Francfort, taken by the French 137

of 400.

for 425

of 252

F.

enced 254

Friburg, taken by the French 67 Holland, Progress of the War against :
Friends, fine Picture of the parting of two Berbice taken by the English 58 - and
255

Colombo 63-a Dutch Squadron taken
Friendship, tender 257

360-Amboyna and Banda taken by

the English 439
G.

Holywell. See Pennant.

Honours, due to Merit only 256
Gaming, Reflections on 187

Horrox, Jeremiah, Account of 167
Genlis, Madame de, a Fragment by 196

Hudson's Bay. See Hearne and Indians
George I, Anecdote of 264
Gibbon, Mr. Extracts from his Miscella. Hume, Mr. Character of his Style 30–

his Account of the Puritans 101-his
neous Works 25, 169-Origin of his

Characters of Pym, Hampden, St. John,
Roman History 30-his Character, by

Hollis, Vane, Digby, Palmer, Capel,
himself 170_his Reflections on the

Falkland, and Hyde 164
French Revolution 171
God, Proofs of the Existence of a 314

Hurry, Advantages of being in a 22-
Gratian, curious Thoughts from his Hymn to Narrayana 39
• Courtier' 8

I.
Great Britain, History of Knowledge,
Learning, and Taste in,

in the Reign of James II, when Duke of York, the first

who formed Naval Signals into a System
Charles I, 101, 164-its present State
contrasted to that at the Clole of the last Icon Basilike, Question concerning the 165

76
Century 416+Answer of, to the Spa- Jews, the Hl-treatment they have
nith Déclaration of War 433

experi-
Gravity, affected 253

Inclosures, Observations on 18, 20--Ef.
Gregory, Dr. his Thoughts on Blushing 4

feets of, on Population 387
Grenada, subdued 65

Indians, Northern, Customs and Man.
H.

ners of the, in the Vicinity of Hudson's

Bay 172, 423
Habit, Thoughts on 191

Indian Woman, extraordinary Adventures
Hale, Sir Matthew, Character of 166

of a
Hales, John, the ever memorable,' Ac- Innocence, different Meanings of the

count of 10,5
Hales, Dr. Observations on his Theory of Johnson, Dr..on the Inefficacy of positive
Earthquakes 400

Laws 189-a great Performer in Con-
Hamilton, Mils. See Hindoo Rajah

versation 321
Hampden, John, Character of 164 Joseph II, the Emperor, Anecdote of 406
Hardwick, in Derhyshire, described 223 joy; excessive, Danger of 256
Harlequin and Oberon, a new Pantomime Ireland, Speech of the Lord Lieutenant of
439

300-Proclamation concerning the Dir.
Harvey, Dr. discovers the Circulation of turbances in 380-Tranquillity rellored

the Blood 169
Health and Quackery, Essay on it

Julius Cæfar, Observations on the Tragedy
Hearne, Mr. Extracts from his Journey
from Hudson's Bay to the Northern

K.
Ocean 172, 317, 423

Kirpen, Battle of 57
Heberden, Dr. on the Influence of Cold Knight, Mr. Extract from his Poem on
on the Health of the Inhabitants of Lon.

Civil Society 130
don 328
Henry IV, remarkable Incident in his Life

L.
14

Latimer, Bishop, Memoirs of 305
Herbert, Lord, of Cherbury, Account of Laud, Archbishop, his fatal Influence over
105

Charles I, 121-his Munificence to the
Hertford, Countess of. See Thomson University of Oxford 104-his Death
Hindoo Rajah, Letters from a 35, 180 105-his Opposition to Popery sincere
Hindoos, Account of the History, Reli 105
gion, and Manners of the 35

Legacy-Hunters, Modest Defence of 153
Hiftorical Characters, Reflections on 312 Leghorn, entered by the French 64
Hobbes, Thomas, Character of 165, 166 Lely, Sir Peter, Account of 169
Hogs, Account of the fattening of, in Letters, from Sir Roger Moltyn 15-from,
Surry 90

John de la Pole, Duke of Suffolk 51

a 317

Word 3

in 450

of 78

in 339

traited 252

Le Valliant, his New Travels into the In. Mostyn, Sir Richard, curious Letter from
terior of Africa, Extract froin 427

15
Lewis XI, his Tomb at Clery 73 Muir, Mr. his Behaviour in New South
Lewis X VIII, Atempt to afiaffinate 145

Wales 146
Lichens, or Liverworts, Utility of 33 Mullitud , Falfe Judgment of he 2 255
Lincolnshire, on the Lower Marshes of Murder, of an Emi rant Nobleman 67-
322

in East Smithfield 68 --of Mr. Brewer,
Linnæus, his Method of Lecturing 34 a Badle 378, 379
Liverpool, Fire at 219

Music, poetical Addreis to, by Dr. War-
Loan, Volun ary 449

ton 129-Power of 258
London, Proceedings of the Corporation

N.
of 218, 299, 300, 378, 453

Nature, on the Study of 33
London, Influence of Cold on the Health Naval Signals, Origin and Use of 74

of the inhabitants of 328_|| Effects Necker, Madame de. See Curchord
of too great a Number of Public Houses Negro Slavery, poetical Argument con-

cerning 257
Long Parliament, Merits of the 164 New South Wales, Advices from 146
Lucia, St. Iland of, taken 58

North, Frederick Lord, Character of 32
Ludman, Richard, &c. tried and executed Noit, Mary, tried and executed for Mur-
for Murder 68, 69

der 67, 69
Lullius, R. the Inventor of Brandy 14 Noy, Attorney General, Character of 166

M.
Mad, Madness, &c. See Popular Mad-

0.
ness

Ode, Egyptian 432-A Farewell 432
Magic Banner, Prologue to the 53 Old Bailey, Proceedings at the : against
Malignity, poetically heightened 255 May Nott, for Muider 67- Richard
Man, a cheerful and melancholy, con Ludman and others, for Murder 68

John Sellers, Elisabeth Jones, and
Margarot, Mr. Account of his Behaviour Richard Footner, for the Murder of
in New South Wales 146

Thomas Yates 220, 289 -against
Matrimonial Differences, Essay on 358 Francis Dunn and others for Murder
Mary, Dr. Character of 32

449

Orleans, City and Environs of, defcribed
Medals given by his Majesty 452

73-Canal and Foreli of 74
Memoirs of Baron Pufendorf 153-of Oughtrod, William, Character of 167

Bishop Latimer 305--of Titian 385 Owen, Dr. Henry, Memoirs of 100
Mediocrity, a happy 233

Oxen, Methods of fattening, in Suriy 89
Memel, Lighthoule at 298
Mercy, beautifully described 257

P.
Merchant of Venice, Obfervations on the Palmer, Mr. his Behaviour in New South
Play of 253

Wales 146
Mesmé, St. Chapel of 73

Palmer, Mr. patriotic Contributions of 452
Meteorological Journal for June 52—for Parables from the German : - The Off,

July 114-for Auguli 194-for Supt. Spring of Mercy 260—The Vine 261
266-for October 342-tor November The Death of Adam 261
422

Parliament, Lift of the Members of the
Metropolis, A pology for the 245. See New 131-Proceedings of the first Sef.
Colquhoun

fion of the eighteenth Parliament of
Milan, Citadel of, taken 67

Gieat Britain 277--the King's Speech
Militia, Supplementary, Perions exempted 277-debates thereon 278--new Levies
from serving in 379

propofèd 284-P:oceedings on the Bill
Milton, his Character of Uriel 4-his for funding the Floating Debt 375-on*
beautiful Description of Eve 4

the Militia Augmentation Bill 376
Modelte, M. de Caraccioli's Definition of on the Provisional Cavalry Bill 376
that Word 4

on the Gamekeeper's Bill 446-on the
Monarchies, Observati ns on 414

Bud et 445-Message from his Majesty
Money, Anecdote of the Value of 15

454
Moon, Poetical Address to the 129 Parliamentary Characters :-Lord North
Moonlight Scene 259

32 ---Mr. Wed ierburne 32-Col. Barré
Moore, Dr. Extracts from his Edward, a 32~Mr. Dinding 32--Mr. Burke 33
Novel 267, 409

-Mr. Fox 33-Mr. Pitt 33
Mostyn Hall, singular Event at 14 Pasties of Piealure, Observations on 3

Maximns 403

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