Otober, November and December.
Art. Í. Àn Examination of the Question, Whether Æneas ever came to Italy;
or not? &c. By C. Lamotte, D. D. II. The moral Philosopher. In a Dia-
logue between Pbilalet bes a Chriftian Deift, and Theophanes a Christian Jew,
&C. III. A Collection of curious Pieces wrote by the late celebrated M. Tur-
retin, Professor of Divinity and Ecclesiastical History in the University of Ge-
neva. IV. A new Treatise of Fluxions, &c. By Thomas Simpson, Teacher of
the Mathematics. V. A Piece of Eloquence from the University of Gottingen
in Germany, &C. VI. The History of the ancient Germans, & c. By Ďr.
John Jacob Mascou, Aulic Counsellor to the King of Poland, &c. VII. A
Reply to Dr. Pemberton's Observations published in the History of the Works of
the Learned for the Month of June. "By Philalethes Cantabrigienfis. VIII.
An Abridgment of the Sermons preached at the Lecture founded by the Ho-
nourable Robert Boyle, Esq; By Gilbert Burnet, Vicar of Coggeshall, Elex.
IX. A Continuation of the History of the ancient Germans. & C. X. A Con-
tinuation of Mr. Drake's History of the Antiquities of York, &c. XI. A Let-
ter to Mr. Maclaurin concerning his Letter lately published in the Philof.
Trans. XII. Observations by Dr. Pemberton on Philalethes's Reply published
in the Works of the Learned for the last Month. XIII. An Essay on hot and
cold Bathing. By John King Apothecary. XIV. Miscellanies in Verse and
Prose. By Mr. Fabex Hughes.' xy. The Plain Account of the Nature and
End of the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper, not drawn from, or founded on
Scripture. XVI. A Treatise on Virtue and Happiness. XVII. A short and
easy Method of Teaching or Learning Geography, &C. XVIII. Remarks
upon the Voice that was heard in the Temple before the Destruction of Jerusa-
lem, &c. By Ch. Lamotte, D. D. XIX. The Oceana, and other Works of
James Harrington, Esq; collected, methodized and reviewed, &c. By John
Toland. XX. Sermons on several Subjects. By James Foster. XXI. The
Scripture Doctrine of the Redemption of the World by Christ intelligibly ex-
plained to the Capacity of mean People; @ c. By Thomas Burnet, D. D. XXII.
The Conclusion and Postscript to the last Reply of Philalethes Cantab. to Dr.
Pemberton, published in our History for July. XXIII. Medulla Poetarum Rom
manorum ; or, The most beautiful and instructive Passages of the Roman Poets;
&c. By Mr. Henry Baker. XXIV. The Sacred and prophane History of the
World connected, &c. By Samuel Shuckford, M. A. xxv. Dr. Pemberton's
Answer to the two Questions put by Philalethes Cantabrigienfis, &c. XXVI.
An Essay concerning rational Notions, &c. By Charles Mayne, Esq; XXVII.
An Enquiry into the Morals of the Ancients. By the Reverend Mr. George
England. XXVIII. An Introduction to Geography, &c. XXIX. A new
Eslay on the Nerves, ä с. By D. Bayne. XXX. Philosophical Transactions
for the Months of July, Auguft, and September, 1736. XXXI. Literary
News. XXXII. Remarks upon the Table-Gesture of the Ancients, &c.
By Cb. Lamotte, D. D. XXXIII. Mr. Broughton's Historical Library, G C.
XXXIV. A Continuation of Mr. Drake's History and Antiquities of York,
&c. XXXV. A Remark upon a Passage in Mr. Shuckford's Connection, &c.
XXXVI. A Critical History of Philosophy, &c. XXXVII. Some fara
ther Queries relating to the Controversy between Dr. Pemberton and Philaletbes
Cantabrigiensis. XXXVIII. An Answer to Mr. Tindal's Christianity, * c.
XXXIX. An Historico-Geographical Description of the North and Eastern
Parts of Europe and Asia, &c. XL. Literary News. XLI. Continuation
of M. Strablenberg's Description of the North and Eastern Parts of Eu.
rope and Asia. XLII. Continuation of Mr. Brougbton's Bibliotheca Histoa
rico-Sacra. XLIII. The History and Antiquities of the Jews in England,
&c. XLIV. An Advertisement by Dr. Pemberton concerning the Questions
published in the Works of the Learned. XLV. The History of the Arts
and Sciences of the Ancients. XLVI. Quæstio medica, An innuptis mua
lieribus fumma vitæ brevior? Catalogue of Books