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A Letter to a Nobleman

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Bell's Pantheon

Historical Account of a Journey to Kamtschatka

Female Characters

Love in many Masks

386

The Sick Laureat

Letter on the Practice of Boxing :

387

Poetical Epistle to John Wolcot, Esq.

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De Montmorency

Collectanea Græca
Burke's Speech

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The Struggles of Sheridan

389

Introduction to the Observations, &c.

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Considerations on a Commission of Bankruptcy

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The Farmer convinced

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Apofiolical Conceptions of God

390

Sandiland's Sermon

Meilan's Sermons

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Apology for the Two Ordinances of Jesus Christ :

391

Coombe's Sermon

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De Coetlogon's Sermon

Hodlon's Sermon

392

Bruce's Travels (continued)

Gallery of Portraits

He would be a Soldier; a Comedy

429

Bishop of Carlisle's Sermon

Saltoun's Thoughts on the Disqualification of the eldest

Sons, &c.

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Shipwreck of Count de Brisson

Blake's Political Tracts

Price's Sermon

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Obfervation on Dr. Price's Sermon
Smellie's Philosophy of Natural History (continued)

Macquart's Essays on Mineralogy

454

Biographical Sketch of the Life and Writings of M. de Rome

de l'Isle

460

Doncaster Races

465

The Duel

466

Tren:ham Park

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Original Novels, Poems, and Essays

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The Clandestine Lovers

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Hilory of Miss Meredith

467

The address of William Bull, Gent,

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A Review of Price's Sermon

A controversial Letter to Dr. Price

Dean Swift's Tracts

469

Cursory Remarks

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Observations on the Conduct of the Dissenters

470.

Ditto, ditto, No. II.

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Public Documents

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Observations on Price's Sermon

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A Scourge

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A Scourge for the Diffenters
A Letter to the Rev. Mr. Martin
Debates on the Test Act
Fox's Two Speeches
A Letter to a Friend
A Letter to the Parliament
Rayne's Sermon
A Thanksgiving Sermon, 23d April 1789
An Exhortation to all Christian People
Truth vindicated, by Rowley
Proffer's Treatise on Horses
A Treatise on the Venereal

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474

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NATIONAL AFFAIRS.

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Power of Opinion
Standing Armies
Rights of Human Nature
Spirit of Liberty
United Provinces
Compte de Vergennes
Policy of the French Monarchy
Downfall of ditto
Influence of the American Revolution
Sparks of Freedom
National Assembly
Form of Government
French Patriots
Outrages of the French
New Legislature
Establishment of the Revolution
Intrigues of the French Monarchy
The Destruction of ditto
Austrian Netherlands ; Accommodation in 1787
Precipitate Measures of the Sovereign
Revolt of his Subjects
Concessions by the Emperor
Jealousy of the People
Plan of governing .
Discontent of the People
Displeasure of their Sovereign
The Concessions annulled
Refusal of the States
Dispossessed of their juft Office
Privilege of Brabant
Infringement of their Right's
Overthrow of the Conititution
Standard of Revolt
Success of the Citizens
Alarm of the Emperor

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Promises of the Emperor
Declaration of the Brabanters
Spirit of the States
Loss of the Provinces
Liege; Worthiness of the People
Aided by Pruffia, &c.
Refusal of Milanese
Spain; Succession of a new King
Despotic Power
King of Sardinia ; Increasement of his Army
Great Britain ; Diffensions in Parliament
Right of Regent
Decision of that Right
Conduct of the Prince ,
Flourishing State
Commercial Treaty
Imposition of Taxes
National Debt
Extension of the Excise
Zeal of the Minister
Repulse of the Imperial Troops
Prospects of Peace
To Correspondents
Revolution in France; honourable to the French Nation
Their Humanity
Declaration of the French King
Prejudice of the Belgic Nation
Sovereign Power
Independence of the Belgic Nation
Their ancient Constitution
States of Brabant
Right of voting
English Parliament
States-General
Belgic Provinces
Modern Persians
Family Compact
Courage of the King of Sweden

- Swedes
Turkey aslisted by Sweden
Present Appearances
Emperor; his Indisposition
Probable Effects of his Death
The Grand Duke of Tuscany; his Talents
Censures his Brother
King of the Romans; the Electors
King of Great Britain ; his Journey to Germany
Subfidies voted
Duke of Richmond's Fortifications
Mr. Wilberforce's Bill
Teft Act
Trial of Mr. Hastings; indignation by it produced

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Character of Mr. Hastings
To Correspondents
Emperor of Germany
Anticipation of his Greatness
Reflections on his Death
Leopold his Successor
Views that may influence him
Advice offered to the Belgians
Speculations on hereditary Right
Most easily comprehended
And of Weight with the Multitude
Speculations on the Situation of Leopold
France; Disorders in that Country
War on the Continent predicted
Reasoning of the Disfenters
To Correspondents
The Budget; Observations upon it
M. Neckar and M. Calonne
Their different Statements of the French Finances
Neckar and Pitt compared
The Sinking Fund
Its Principle condemned
Additional Taxes censured
Policy of the Prime Minister
Avoids Responsibility
Qualifications necessary to a Minister
Lord Chatham mentioned with Applause
Mr. Flood's Speech
The Orator praised
The Motion wisely rejected
Importance of the PEOPLE
Prussia, Sweden, Poland, and Turkey
Their Confederacy
Ruffians and Austrians.
Probability of Pacification
Saying of the Count de Clermont
Prediction that the National Affembly will prevail
The Evils of Superstition
To Correspondents
Sudden Transition from Peace
Conduct of the Minister
Motions for the Production of Papers
The Minister's Inconfiitency
Crisis of Nations
Diffolution of Parliament
Reflections
Pride of the Spaniards
Their Claim to Nootka Sound
Rights of the English
Effects of the Loss of America
Enterprises of the English

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