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King, 122.- Sir Thomas Clarke, ib. Magnetic-needle, sex discovery respecting
Lord Granville, ib. - Melancthon, ib. the variation of, 20.
Thomas Sternhold, ib. Mr. Pope, 208. Malmesbury, Lord, fent plenipotentiary -
- Edward the VIth, ib. - Abbé Vertot, France for the purpose of negotiating a
240. — Bishop Sherlock, ib. — Anne of

peace, 377, 378, 385, 388. Retur
Austria, 359. — St. Vincent de Paul, ib. unsuccessful, 468.
- M. Foucquet, ib.

Abbé Brotier, ib. Manure, thoughts on collecting fubftancerfor,
Duc de Vendôme, 360. - William the 177
IIId. ib. - Fénélon, ib, — Marthal Vil- Marceau, the French general, killed, ai
lars, 399.

honours paid to his memory by the Asatia
Duel between Lord Valentia and Mr. Gaw- generals, 306.
ler, 68.

Between Mr. Carpenter and Marlborough, anecdote of Sarzh, Dutches of,
Mr. Pride, in which the former was killed,
226.

Maroon war terminated, 64.
Dutch fleet captured by Admiral Elphinstone Marriages, 149, 229. ·
without firing a gen, 453.

Marmall, Mr. the rural economist, the E
Earthquake, a dr adful one in Syria, 226. fuggefter of a board of agriculture, 97.
Eaton, Daniel Ifaac, convicted of publishing Martyn, Rev. Mr. account of 395.
a libel on the king, 69.

Maynard, Sir John, anecdote of, 85.
Elphinstone, Admiral, captures an entire Montague, Lady Mary Wortley, origier'
Dutch squadron without fring a gun, 389,

letter of, 115
453

Morning-Post, the proprietors of, cocited
Fallowing, practical observations on, 199. having fabricated a French newspaper for the
Farms, remarks on the fizes of, 198.

purpose of spreading false inteligest, 65
Fayette, account of Madame de la, and her Munden, Mr. Joseph, the comedan, te-
daughters, confined in the citadel of Olmutz,

moirs of, 235.
168.

Murderers convicted, 68, 465.
Finances, English, remarks on, 100, 340, 419. Music, remarks on the fudy and practice
Footner tried for the murder of Mir. Yates, 114, 179, 270, 357, 405.
228

Naples m.kes peace with France, 335.
Force, account of the naval and military of New year, reflections on it, 410.
England, 227.

Obituary, 70, 150, 229, 309, 399 470
Fordyre, Dr. James, account of, 238. Oldys, William, account of, 315-
French finances, observations on, 27, 225. Owen, Mr. anecdotes of, as an authe, jé.
French Revolution, circumstances attending Palanquins, description of two presented by

the celebration of the anniversary of, 32. the India-Company to the fons of Tippon
Frost, vulgar errois respecting the effects of, Sultaun, 80.
467, 468.

Parliament, lift of members returned to serve
Gardens, accounts of several in the vicinity

in the new one, 125.
of London in 1691, 85, 91.

Parliamentary Journal. - Opening of the xt
Gibbon, Mr. the historian, sketches of his parliament, 280. His Majesty's faced,
life and writings, 23, 109, 191.

281.-- The address of the peers Field
Grenelle, the Jacobins form a plot to surprise 282. - Protest against the address by Iel
the camp there, which fails, 226.

Fitzwilliam, 283:

The Commons chocs
Hearne, Mr. instructions delivered to him

Mr. Addington for their speaker, 26. –
preparatory to his journey on discoveries in Commons address voted, 287, caforss
Hidrun's Bay, 329.

proposed to meet the invafion : breatened by
Highland drel., effy on, 4.

France, 362. — Maroons, 365. – Floa:-
Hindoo Laws, extracts fiom the code of, 252, ing debt, 367 — Milicia aogmentation and
335

invasion bill, 432. – Mr. Thelluffon's ca
Humane-Society, cuidzium on, by Dr. For- lection for Southwark declared void, 435
dice, 113

- The budget, 436. – Advances to the
James, King, account of his attempt to convert Emperor withou: the consent of parliament,

his daughters to the Romish perfuafion, 167.
Inclosure of linds, remarks on, 198. Petty, Sir William, genealogical anecdotes
Jones, Miss, tried for the murder of Mr. relating to, 251, 403.
Yates, 228.

Philips, Thomas, aothor of the life of Ca.
"Lighthouferected at Memel, 380.

dinal Pole, memoirs of, 169.
Lcan of iS milions, suifed in 15 hours and Plautus Aulul. criticiim on, 397.
20 minutes, 466.

Poland, historical sketch of, 38.
Louis XVIII. the expatriated King of France, Police, important observations on risus
fhot at by an aflidin, 148.

branches of that subject, 41, 44, 361,
Lucia, St. the island of, capitulates to the 264, 341, 344
English, 210.

Polwhele, Mr. vindicates him eff fra a
*Lycophron, criticisms on, 7, 181, 266, 349. charge of plagiarism, 407.
Macartney, fora, account ut, 3.

Poor, Count Rumford's plans for their relief,
Mackenzie, Mits, drowned, 7c,

45, 49, 105, 108.

Paper

4;8.

36.

Earl of, 94

1

Pope, Mr, letters on bis translation of Ho- Britain to the Spanish declaration of war,
mer, 155, 321;

444.
Powder-mills at Hounslow blown up, 148, Story, an affecting one, ic.

389. Another at Dartford fired, 149. Stout, Mrs. Sarah, anecdote of, 85.
Pretender, an account of him, 414. Suicide, essay on, 236.
Prisoner, one ac Stafford assizes pleads guilty, Sweden, the King of, declared of age, affumes

and is afterwards acquitted for want of suf- the reins of government, 385.
ficient evidence, 149.

Tabic-Talk. Earl of Cloncartie, 17.,
Reid, Dr. the philosopher, dies, 311. Sir George Saville, ib. - Sir William Per-
Rittenhouse, David, the American philoso- ty, 81. --- Earl of Bath, ib. Sarah,
pher, account of, 229..

Dutchess of Marlborough, ib. - Lord Ox
Rochester, Lord, leven original letters of that ford, $2. David Hume, ib. - Late

witty but licentious nobleman to his lady, Lord Guildford, ib. - Duke of Portland,
244.

158. — Sir Samuel Garth, ib. Viscount
Royal Society of England, account of that in- Falmouth, ib. “ The Pretender, 159.

titution in its origin, progress, and present Duke of Wharton, 160. Owen Cam-
ftate, 257

bridge, Esq. ib. Dr. Johnson, ib.
Running-match between cripples, 149. George the First, 246. - George the Se.
Raffia, state of society and improvement in, cood, ib. — Marquis Townshend, 247.

Hon Charles Townshend, 248.

Hong
Salmon-fishery of the Tavey, interesting ac- George Grenville, ib Bishop Berkeley,
count of, 200.

249. — Marquis Townshend, 319. - Dr.
Sandby, Paul, Esq. account of, 75.

Franklyn, ib. · Dr. Mead, ib.

- Arch-
Sandwich, anecdotes of Edward Montagu, bihop Laud, 401. Lord Clarendon, ib.

Baron Maleres, ib. - George Villiers,
Sardinia, King of, his death, 452.

Duke of Buckingham, 402. Esther
Scandal, eslay on, 162.

Temple, ib. — Duke of Marlborough, 403,
Scotland, election of the fixteen peers for pare - Rich, the Patentee of Covent-Garden-
liament, 69.

Theatre,
Sellers tried for fhooting at, and killing, Mr. Taxes, new, lift of, for 1797, 463.
Yates, 228.

Temperature of the southern parts of the pe-
Shaftesbury, Lord, anecdotes of, 85,

ninsula of India, obfervations o., 174.
Shaw, Robert, Esq. account of, 79. Theatrical Journal.

Bannian-Day, 49.
Sinclair, Sir John, his essay on the highland Magic Banner, or Two Wives in a House,
His address to the Board of A-

50.

Mr. Elliston's first appearance on a
griculture, May 24, 1796, 13.

London stage, ib. Don Pedro, 116.
Skene, George, Esq. anecdotes of, 424.- Re-production of the Iron Chest, 203. -
Spain makes peace and alliance with the Mr, Burrows, 204. -

Alierations in Co.
French republic, 226. - Declares war 4. vent-Garden-Theatre, ib. Mrs. Addi-
gainst England, 375, 389.

fon, ib. – Mr. Wroughton announced as
State Papers, Proclamation of the Prince de

deputy-manager of Drury-Lane-Theatre,
Bouillon, 55.;

Proclamation of the King ib. - Mr. Ellifton in Sheva, the jew, 273.
of Naples, 56. Explanatory article in Mrs. Neiton, ib. Mr. Murray, ib. —
the creaty between England and America, The Triumph of Love, 226. – Mr. Wad.
123. --Proclamation of the Queen of Portu-

Miss Townshend, ib. Mr.
gal, 124.--Proclamation of the Archduchess

Hargrave, ib. The Wicklow-Moun-
of Austria to the inhabitants of Tyrol, 125. tailis, ib. Mr. Dowton, ib. Miss
- Note of the French directory in confe. Allingham, ib.

Mrs. Second, 350.
quence.of a report that a British envoy bad Revival of Edward and Eleonora, ib.
arrived with proposals of peace, 279. Mr. Denman, ib. Fortune's Fool, ib.
Refignation, and address to the Americans, Mr. Hamlin, 351. - Mr. Campbell,
by General Washington, 367. - Decree ib. — The Charity-Boy, ib. - Olympus
of Spain, containing a declaration of war in an Uproar, ib. — The Conspiracy, ib.
againft Great Britain, 375: - Papers of - Abroad and at Home, 425. -- Philaster
negotiation between Lord Malmesbury and revived, 426. Force of Ridicule, ib.
the French minister for foreign affairs, 377, The Shipwreck, 427,
378, 385, 386, 387,383, 468.--Proclama. Thelwall, Mr. driven by force from Yarmouth,
tion by the Emperor, 440. - Declaration where he was delivering his lectures, 226.
of the Elector of Hanover, 441.,An- Time-kcepers, historical account of several, 25$.
swer of the inhabitants of the right bank Trollope, Capt. his extraordinary bravery and
of the Rhine to a proclamation of the good conoudt in an affair with a French
French General Beurnonville, ib. - Address squadron, 220.
from the diet of Ratisbon to the Emperor, Vancouver, Capt. and Lord Camelford, disa
442 - Letter from the Emperor to the pute between, 309.
Duke of Wurtemberg, ib. - Speech of the Waller, Edmund, lome particulars respecting
King of Sweden on his afTuming the reins him and his works, not generally known,
of government, 443. -- Aniwer of Great 16i.

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Washington, General, resigns the presidency Wig, history of a full-bottomed one, 94

of America, and publishes a farewel ad- Yates, Mr. Thomas, shot by Sellers at his
dress to the people, 367.

house at Pimlico, 227.
Wearmouth-Bridge opened with masonic ce- Yeast, account of Mr. Blunt's new-invented
remonies, 356.

substitute for that useful article, 36.
Weston executed for forgery, 68.

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184 Joan!!! a novel

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Art of growing Rich

349 Jones's New Biographical Dictionary, 343
Baker's Musleiman Adeli: Description of the Jones's, Sir William, Institutes of Hir.doc

Manners and Customs of the Turks, 349 Laws, or the Ordinances of Menu, 25%,
Bishop's Poetical Works and Life

335
Bishop of Rochester's Charge to the Clergy of Ivernois, Sir Francis de, on the Finances of
his Diocess

330

France
Boothby, Sir Brooke, his Sorrows facred to King's Vestiges of Oxford-Castle
the Memory of Penelope

Remarks concerning Stones said to
Brand's Historical Essay on the Principles of have fallen from the Clouds

265
Political Associations in a State 333 Law of Nations
Broome's Answer to Paine on English Fi- Letter to Lord Sheffield, on his Publicatioa
nance

of Gibbon's Miscellaneous Works, &c. 364
Brydson's Summary View of Heraldry, 202 Letters from Scandinavia

36
Butler's Arithmetical Questions

49 - from Fletcher Chriftian, the Mutines,
Campbell's Journey over Land to India, 39

113
Chalmers's Stri&tures on Paine's Decline and Manning's Introduction to Arithmetic and
Fall of the English System of Finance, 419 Algebra

203
Cooke's Conversation, a didactic poem, 48 Marshall's Rural Economy of the Wei er
Courtier's Revolutions, a poem 265 England

97, 197
Cowe's Sermon on the Principles and Duties Miles's Authentic Correspondence with La
of Christianity

Brun, &c.
Crocker's Instruction to the Children of Sun- Nasmith's Aflize-Sermon, preached at Wis.
day-Schools
265 bech

203
Dalby's Account of Mr. Burrow's Measure- Owen's Travels into different Paris of Europe,
ment of a Degree of Longitude and Lati-

jo
tude in Bengal

349 Paine's Decline and Fall of the English Syl.
Dirom on the Corn-Laws

tem of Finance

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Donaldson's Letter to Mr. Pitt 203 Perfe&t's Puetic Effufions
Donald Bane, Lord of the Hebrides, 421 Retrospect

349
Dundas, Speech of the Ri Hon. Henry, on Robertson's Translation of Telemachus, i89
the Slave-Trade

49 Robinson's (Mrs.) Sappho and Phraon, 433
Efsays, by a Society of Gentlemen at Exeter, Rumford, Count, his Efrays, experimental,

190 political, economical, and pbilosoplaical,
Fairman's Stocks examined
425

45, 10;
Falstaff, Original Letters of,

265 Shurt View of the Inconveniences of War, 49
Fortune's Epitome of the Stocks 425 Skene's Donald Bane

421
Gibbon's Miscellaneous Works and Memoirs Smith's Cottage, an operatic farce 265

of his Life and Writings, 22, 109, 191 Tench's Letters written from France to a
Green's History and Antiquities of Worcester, Friend in London

48 Treatise on the Police of the Metropolis, 41,
Hearne's Journey from Prince of Wales's

Fort, in Hudson's Bay, to the Northern Wakefield's Answer to Paine on English Fi.
Ocean
328 nance

340
Hamilton's Translation of the Letters of a Watson's (Bishop of Landaff) Two Sermons
Hindoo Rajah

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the zoth of Anacreon translated, 279
Contraft

276 Prodigal
Craigie, Lieut. Patrick, Lines to his Meno- Prologue to the Magic Banner

so
77 Prophecy of Queen Emma, by Mr. Mickle, 353
Death, against the Fear of
206 Shield of Innocence

207
Elegy to the Memory of Harman Jones, Esq. Sir Hugh and the Maiden

182
119 Song

2018
Epigrams
276, 355 Sonnet to Sleep

54
Epiftle, from Edwin to a young Widow, 50 to Opium

ib.
Euripidea, Chorns from the Medea of, trans- to Night

55
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53
to Sabrina

119
Imitation from the Greek

429

written in Tintern-Abbey
Labor ipfe Vcluplas turned into English verse, written among the Ruins of Lancroft.

Priory

206
Lennard and Rosa, a tale

the Lark

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Lines written in a Recess at Corby

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to the Nightingale

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to Miss B.

ib.
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276
Order of Nuns, at Ghent

172

composed in early Spring, 278
in the Manner of Ovid's Amorous from a Latin Version by Gray, of an
Works, written at the request of Julia, 204 Italian one by Abbate Buondelmonte, ib.
addressed to R. W. W.

205 Sudley, Viscountess, her Inscription to the
on yiewing the Ruins of K. Abbey, Memory of her Waiting Maid 429
207 Tempeft, from Metaftalio

277
to Tranquillity

208 Translation of the roth Elegy of Ovid's Tris
for a Tablet to the Memory of T. Lin- tium

205
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8th Elegy of ditto, 354
Sheridan and Mrs. Tickell

275 Verses to R. L. G. Esq. an Old School-Fel-
to Julia
276 low

275
Loves of Pitfour and Flora
422 Vicar and Hour-glass

355
Love-Elegy

355 Waller, Edmund, a poem by him when at
Magpie, a tale

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162
Ode to Melancholy

117 War-Song, from the ancient British, 52
Farewel to my Mistress
113 Young Widow, to Edwin, jun.

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BIRTHS

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BIRTHS, DEATHS, MARRIAGES, PROMOTIONS, &c.

Delgarno, 151

Gunston, 310
Dering, 229

Hall, 229, 391
Abbott, 230
Burmester, 229
Dexter, 229

Hamar, 150
Adam, 151
Burney, 311
Dick, 470

Hamilton, 71, 150
Adams, 229, 230
Burns, 159
Dickenson, 70

Hammond, 229
Addition, 71
Burrow, 71
Digby, 149

Hankey, 150
Ainse, 150
Burt, 229
Dodd, 310, 391

Harding, 310
AinNie, 311, 391,470 Buther, 471

Dodwell, 391

Hardy, 150
Alexander, 230
Butler, 150
Doníthorne, 310

Harrison, 230
Allan, 151
Caddick, 311
Doo, 311

Harrold, 390
Allen, 151
Caldwall, 391

Hafiard, 71
Anderson, 390 Campbell, 150, 151, Doughby, 231

Doyle, 390

Hawkesworth, 310
Andover, 149

231, 310
Drake, 151

Hawtrey, 71
Appleby, 470 Capper, 151
Atkinson, 71 Carpenter, 230

Drummond, 151, 391 Hay, 71
Dundas, 229

Hayes, 230, 390
Axby, 391
Carr, 150
Dunkerton, 471

Head, 471
Bacon, 230, 470
Carrol, 231
Dupuis, 71

Henchman, 150
Baker, 70, 71,231,391 Cartaret, 150

Duval, 229

Her derfon, 230
Ballenden, 390, 391 Chalcraft, 471

Dyton, 150

Heptinstall, 71
Banks, 229
Chalmers, 150
Edie, 230

Hepworth, 391
Bannerman, 311, 471Chainberlain, 390

Edwards, 311

Herbert, 231
· Barclay, 390
Chambers, 229
Egan, 150

Hiller, 150
Barker, 471
Champion, 251
Eglington, 390

Hindmarsh, 390
Barnard, 229
Chapman, 150
Elliott, 150

Hoare, 231
Barnes, 390, 478 Chater, 71

Elmer, 310

Hodgins, 309
Barton, 71
Chawner, 471
Evans, 390

Holcombe, 230
Bateman, 230
Churchill, 391

Hollingsworth, 23
Bath, 470
Clarke, 230, 391, 471 Everett, 229
Fafon, 71

Holloway, 471
Bathurft, 390
Clive, 150, 230
Fenhoulet, 310

Hollyoake, 391,
Bayley, 150
Clutton, 471
Field, 230

Holman, 151
Beach, 310
Cocks, 391, 471
Fielde, 157

Holmes, 230, 231
Bearcroft, 390

Coffin, 311
Beaumont, 230
Collins, 311

Fielding, 230, 390 Hook, 391
Firman, 391..

Hopkins, 311
Beckiord, 151
Collis, 151
Fither, 70

Hornby, 229
Bedford, 311
Colfton, 70

Fitzgeiald, 231 Hornidge, 70
Beh, 70, 151
Conway, 70
Fitzroy, 231

Hollock, 471
Benamor, 231
Cooke, 70, 149
Fleming, 391

Howard, 70, 71
Benwell, 231
Coore, 231
Flesher, 231, 310

Howe, 311
Benyon, 230 Corbett, 71, 150

Fletcher, 310, 391

Hunt, 151, 39'
Bexley, 311
Cordukes, 471
Forbes, 230

Hunter, 70
Bickerstith, 70 Cornewall, 71

Ford, 231

Hutchinson, 151
Blackburne, 70
Cornthwaite, 230
Fordyce, 311

Jackson,' 230, 310,
Blackelt, 71
Corsellis, 150

Fothergill, 231 470
Blake, 311

Cosens, 471
Cosway, 150

Foulds, 231
Boddam, 71

Jacmar, 310
Franks, 390

Jefferies, 229, 471
Bond, 150
Cox, 310

Frappel, 150 Jenkyns, 471
Bonnet, 151
Crane, 311
Geary, 311

Jennyns, 150, 231
Bourne, 313
Cranston, 310
Glencairn, 310

Joddiel), 391
Bree, 471
Crawford, 150
Glover, 471

Johnson, 151, 390
Drind, 150
Crewe, 231
Gooch, 71

Jones, 71, 391
Brooke, 231
Crop, 151
Goodwin, 151

Jordan, 471
Broome, 391
Crouse, 470
Gordon, 151

Jullion, 471
Broughton, 309
Dall, 230
Cowan, 391

Kay, 311
Brown, 149, 151,231 Dalton, 71

Grant, 311

Keighley, 315
Browne, 471
Danvers, 310
Gray, 71

Kelfal, 71
Bryan, 230
D.thwood, 311
Greatorex, 231

Kendall, 470
Bryant, 310
Davie, 229
Gregorie, 310

Kenrick, 390
Bucknall, 230
Davies, 470
Greig, 71

Keppel, 150
Bull, 230
Davis, 311, 390
Grittith, 71

Kingsmill, 71
Buller, 471
Day, 229
Griffiths, 71

Kingston, 150
Bunce, 231

Dcatry, 229
Bunnell, 311

Kinacir, 470
Dehahn, io
Grimwood, 151

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