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OR GENERAL REPOSITORY OF
WHICH IS PREFIXED,
The HISTORY OF KNOWLEDGE, LEARNING, and
'HE fubjects of our British and Foreign History are daily becoming more interesting. present commotions in France and other parts of the continent feem to promife, if not unexpectedly counteracted, to afford an era in history at least as confiderable as that of the Reformation. They have accordingly engaged our utmost attention. We have not paffed them flightly over, as we might have done, but have endeavoured, with all the accuracy in our power, to trace in the preceding events the causes of the prefent fituation of our Gallic neighbours. Our history has therefore proceeded with a flower, but we hope with not a lefs fatisfactory step, Our next Volume, which shall speedily follow, will present the continuation of French affairs, the transactions of Germany and Holland, and the first divifion of the prefent Turkish war.
The History of Knowledge and Taste has not, in the present year, afforded a very splendid series of materials; but regularity and measure are the objects