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Fontenelle, the French writer,
remarks on, 516.
Foster, Mr., his tracts on Unita-
Fox, Charles James, and Burke,
Edmund, anecdotes of those
great men, 155. Eulogy on
Mr. Fox, 215.
Fox, the whelps of that animal
suckled by a terrier-bitch, 194.
Deposits its young in the hol-
low of a tree, 195.
Fox-hunters, accommodated by
landlords, to the prejudice of
their tenants, 192.
France, view of its literature
during the 18th
the 18th century,
Franks, character of, in the reign
of Clovis, delineated, 484.
Frere, Bartholomew, and Wil-
liam, their Cambridge prize
Friendly Societies, the benefits
Fucus Banks, Menziesii, and
Griffithsii, description of, 374.
tenax, description of, and
its gelatinous qualities, as pre-
pared by the Chinese, 378.
Gaelic poetry, two collections of,
published by Gillies and Hill,
Game-laws, remarks on, 198.
Gibbon, his Roman history trans-
lated into French by Louis
Gibson, Mr., on an extraordinary
human fœtus, 271.
Gilbert, a French satirist, melan-
choly fate of, 525.
Gisborne, T., kis prize poem on
Gladiator, dying, poetically deli-
neated, 97. Signs used to
cause his death or his preserv-
Gods, Nature of, remarks on a
MS. on, found at Hercu-
laneum, 231. Compared with
Cicero de Naturâ Deorum, 232.
Gold, its price on the Continent
discussed, 415. See Bullion.
Goodall, Jos. his Cambridge
prize poem, 369.
Government, its influence on the
moral state of society, 249.
-, absurd ideas of the
nature and origin of, by a
French writer, 542.
Granada, some account of, and
of an attempt to ascend the
Sierra Nevada, 261.
Guineas, a light guinea proved
to be worth more than a heavy
Gypsum, its use as a manure dis-
Macpherson, Sec Ossian.
Madagascar, account of by Ro-
bert Drury in 1713. repub-,
lished and commended, 110..
Madras, government of, differ-
ences between the members of,
on military affairs, 107.
Madrid, description and popula
tion of, 123.
Magnesia, See Brande.
Mahogany, mode of cutting, &c.
at Honduras, 392.
Maintenon, Mad. De, corrected an-
ecdote of, respecting a transla-
tion of Thomas à Kempis, 464.
Malby, Edward, his Cambridge
prize Ode, 370.
Man, observations on his charac-
ter, as affected by climate,
250. As displayed in the dif-
ferent stages of savage life,253.
Manilius, editio princeps, bought
by accident, 8.
Manuscripts, Oriental, list of, 9.
Markland, excellent remarks of,
on the want of diffidence and
urbanity among scholars, 166.
Marlborough, great Duke of, re-
spect and cordiality of Prince
Eugene towards, testified by
the Prince himself, 540.
Meanness, observations on, 331.
Merida, fine Roman antiquities
in that city, 120.
Merinos, flocks of Spanish sheep,
account of, 118.
Mesta, explanation of the custom
so designated in the province of
Estremadura,in Spain, 118,161.
Metals, Alkaline, exper. on, 265.
On the metals of earths, 268.
Methodists, Calvinistic, remarks on
their tenets and conduct, 395
Metre, alteration of that of the
psalms of Sternhold and Hop-
kins, 304. Specimen of a
- peculiar sort of verse, 305.
Meursii elegantie Latini Sermanis,
that book really the produc-
tion of Nicolas Chorier, 467.
Milton's exordium to Paradise Lost
trans, into Anglo-Saxon, 80.
Names of trades, origin of, 307.
Nitrogen, experiments on, 267.
Norfolk, catalogue of insects
found in, 33.
, the husbandry of that
county stated, 432.
Orators, political, of France and
England, compared, 531.
Ordeals, among the Franks, in the
reign of Clovis, account of, 485.
Orders in Council, their mis-
chievous effects on the exchange.
and the commerce of this coun-
Ossian, full investigation of the
authenticity of the poems attri-
buted to, 337-360.
Oudenarde, battle of, described by
Prince Eugene, 539.
Proportion of, who are reclaimed
at the Magdalen, 220, note.
Psalms, of Sternhold and Hop-
kins, the metre of not originally
arranged as it now stands, 304.
Pseudonymous works, curious par-
ticulars respecting, 462-469.
Quakers. See Barnard.
Qub, observations on that combi-
nation of letters, 21.
Ruhill, until, etymology of, 19.
Raikes, Darell, and Bosanquet,
M. M. their opinion on the
state of exchange, 293.
Ramsden, R., ode by, 369.
Rattle-snake, case of a man whó
died by its bite, 268.
Reason, gospel of, founded on
Platonism, remarks on, 477.
Rebellion of 1745, related in Latin
Rennell, J., his prize ode, 371.
Robinson, Hon. F., ode by, 365.
Romances, political and philoso-
phical, in France, 521.
Romans, observations on
knowlege of the arts, & c. in the
first century of our æra, 242.
Rome, antiquities of, view of, 543.
Saguntum, remains of, 115.
Salamanca, account of that city,
121. Its university, 161.
Salt of Soda, analysis of, 269.
Savages, observations on various
nations of, 253.
Schutz, his disingenousness as
commentator on Eschylus re-
Scorpions, account of, 456.
Scottish Language, See Language."
Scrofula, remarks on, 91-94.
Scudery, Madlle. de, her Artamenes
published anonymously, 463.
Sea-sickness, observations on, 264.
Segovia, description of, 123.
Shakspeare, a French critic's re-
marks on, 526.
Sheeraz, particulars rel. to, 381.
Sicard, Abbè, account of his exa-
mination of his pupils, 131.
Sierra Nevada, or snowy moun-
tain, attempt to ascend it, 261.
Sinclair, Sir John, formerly an
enemy but now a friend to the
Bank suspension-act, 299.
Skrimshire, Mr., on insects, 33.
Smith, Rev. Sydney, strictures on
his preaching, 280.
-, Robert, his prize ode, 362.
Smyth, J. H., his Cambridge
prize ode, 369.
Society, moral progress of, affected
by certain principles 246. Those
principles discussed, ib. 251.
Soliloquy in Hamlet travestied
into a song, 325.
Spaniards, view of their character
and habits in humble life, 259.
Stage, dramatic, history of 437.
Stammering, observations on, 132.
Sternhold and Hopkins, their
psalms differently arranged as
to metre, 304.
Straw, used as a covering in win-
Succession, war of, detailed by
Prince Eugene, 536.
Talavera, account of, 124.
Thoughts, by Mr. Pope, 54.
Tinea Capitis, obs. on, 204.
Toledo, that city described, 125.
Tolmen, in Cornwall, account of,
Tomline, W. E. P., his prize ode
on the Duke d'Enghien, 370.
Trades, origin of names of, 307.
Turks, defeat of by Prince Eugene,
in 1697, described by him, 534.
Turner, Mrs., an unfeeling mo-
ther, story of, 425.
Tweddell, J., his prize poems,
Wales, Prince of, his laudable pa-
tronage of efforts to discover
MSS. at Herculaneum, 227.
Wa'pole, Mr, on Campania felix,
239 On the knowlege of
the Romans respecting the
Greek language and the arts,
in the first century, 242. On
Herculanean MSS, 244. On
inscriptions there, &c, 245.
Warburton, Bishop, quoted and
defended, for his remarks on
the Eleusinian Mysteries, 64.
73. On the Platonic philoso
Warrior, Greek, costume of, 438.
Water, its agency in the mutations
of the earth's surface, 497.
Watling-street, curious account of
the meaning of that name, 30.
Wharton, Mrs. Margaret, her ex-
centric character, 428.
Whitmore, Mr., his evidence on
Bank notes, 293, 295, 296.
Williams, Dr., his hypothesis on
moral evil controverted, 222.
Wolfe, General, particulars of his
last momenta, 153.
Wollaston, Dr., his Croonian lec-
Worming, of dogs, acc. of, 195-7.
Worthington, Mr., characterized
as a preacher, 282.
Valencia, province and city, sta- Xativa, in Valencia, tragical siege
tistical account of, 117.
of in 17c6, 116.
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