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LETTERS, by Dean Swift, 55, 132 Ode on the P. of W.'s Birth-day;

from Emerance to Lu-

235

cy,

147

to the Legislator elect, 322

by a Sailor,

150

OBSERVATIONS on the Museum

concerning Miracles, 168 Rufticum,

from Italy, 329

on the Statutes, 66

in the R. of Ch. I. 472

on the Culture of
Two, on the Flour Lucerne,
trade,

479

on the Alize of
Life of John Buncle, Vol. II. 33, Bread,

480
ico O’LOGHLEN'S Marine Volunteer,
of Mæcenas,
90

314
of Dr. Ward,

313

Owen's Directions to Students, 245
of Ben. Stratford;

314

LLOYD's Methodist,

319

P.

Lowth's Larger Confutation of

Letters,

Hare's Hebrew Metre,

4

Lucas's Vind. of the Tonnelet, tions, Vol. LV.

463 PLUTARCH abridged,
LUCERNB, Observations on the POLITICAL Speculations, 477
Culture of,

244 POMPADOUR's Memoirs, 266
Poor Man's Prayer,

323
ACGOWAN's Vision, 485 PRECEDENTS and Process of Writs,
Marse's School, 149

163
MARINE Volunteer, 314 Primitive Christianity, 487
MEDICAL Efiaya

326 PROCEEDINGS in the H. of C. in
Papers. Select,
465 1620, &c.

409

Memoirs of a Foreign Minister,

in 1743, &c. 74

239

PROPOSALS for an Affociation a-

of Count Lally,

242

gainit Engroffers,

147

of Pompadour, 266 PROTESTANT,

167
MERCHANT's Afliftant, 313 PYNSENT's Ghoit,

325

METHODIST, a Poem, 319

Mills on Bees,

R.

MINERALWaters, Treatise on, 161 ANDALL's latroduction to the

MORANT'S Antiquities of Effex,

46

No. III.

73 REFLECTIONS on the Dispute be-

MORBUS Aaglicanus Sanalus,

75

tween Warb. and Lowth, 316
MONRO's account of Diseases in

on the High Price
Military Hospitals,

of Provisions,

477

Moser's Harlequin, 73 Reid's Transl. of Le Dran, 340

MUSEUM Rulticum, Obs. on, 22

REPLY to the Letter to Evans, 402

ROLT's Hift. of the late War, 315
N.

ROTHER A M's Three Sermons, 245
TECK or Nothing, 483 ROUSSEAU, his Disp, with Hume,
New Bath Guide, 3d Edii.

390

233 his Cunning Man, 406

Nugent's Hift. of Vandalia, ito

defended,

471

Rule's Eng. and Fr. Letter-wrie

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RUTHERFORTH's Exam.of Do.298

Aafe, Lord, his Observ on

Com, on the Dysentery, 373

404

RYLEY's Translation of Aftruc's Thespis,

388

Midwifry,

162 THICKNESSE's Observations on the

French,

471

$.

THOROLD's View of Popery, 246
Acrament, Disquisition on, ToThie's Two Charges, 247

23 TREATiSe on Cold Min. Waters,
SAILOR's Letters,
150

161

SCHOMBERG's Life of Mæcenas, 90 True Hift. of a late Short Admi-

SCHOOL,

149

nistration,

403

Scott's Ode on the P. of Wi's

Birth-day,

235

V.

INDICATION of the present

present State of Affairs,

Miniftry,

74

Select Papers on Medicine, 465

of the Conduct of

SERMONS, by Fordyce,

great

C-

by Burton, 184

of Subscriptions to

by Rotheram, 245 Articles of Faith, 216

by Delany, 250 VIRTUOUS Widow,

27

SERMONS, Single, 248, 328,407, VOLTAIRE's Letter to Hume, 406

488

SHARP's Letters from Italy, 329,

W.

ARBURTON's Divine Lega-

SHORT View of the Pol. Life of a tion of Moses, 5th Ed. 226

late Rr. Hon. Commoner, 153

Sermon bef, the

of a late Short Ada Society for Prop. the Gosp. 279

miniftration,

160 WATKINSON on Frugality, &c. 239

Considerations, 403 WAY to Things by Words, 365

SIMPLE Truth Vindicated,

319 WELDING's Hift. of the Kings of

SOUTH WELL's Medical Effays, 326 Eng. of blesed Memory, 71

Speech in Behalf of the Constitu- WHITELOCKe's Notes, &c. 87

tion,

480 WHITWORTH on Inland Naviga-

STATE Trials, Vols. IX. and X. tions,

469 WILLIAMS's Gunnery, 235

State Necessity consider'd,

473 WISE on Providence,

322

STATUTES, Observations on, 66 Woodhouse's Poems, ad Edit. 78
STEBBING's Tracts, 164 WORCESTER, Survey of,

472

STEVENS's Guide to the E. India

Trade,

466

Y.

STRATFORD's Life,

315

OUNG Lady's Introduction to

SUTHERLAND. See ELEGY.. Natural History,

148

SY MONS on Vapor-bathing, 161

CONTENTS

TH:

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MONTHLY REVIEW,

For j U L Y, 1766.

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Feria Poeticæ : feve Carmina Anglicana; Elegiaci plerumque Argu-

menti Latine reddita a Sam. Bishop, A. M. Scholæ Mercato-
:sum Scissorum Hypodidascalo ; et Collegii Divi Johannis
Baptiftæ nuper Socio. Subjiciuntur parce Epigrammata quædam

4to. 10. 60. Newbery.
THESE ingenious translations are made from several ancient

and modern English poems, particularly the works of
Prior, Shenstone, and Lord Lyttelton. The Latin is in ge-
neral elegant and harmonious, but rather more in the style of
Propertius than of Tibullus, and sometimes too nearly approach-
ing the phraseology of the originals.-There is, notwithstand-
ing, considerable merit in the work, as will appear from the
following specimen :

HENRICUS et CATHARINA,

1.
Angliacos inter proceres innotuit olim

Henricus, priscæ nobilitatis honoš ;
Nunquam eques in fæclo fuerat laudatior isto,

Nunquam equiti laudis debita palma magis ;
Sola sed allexit juvenis dum gloria mentem,

Non hunc, qui vincit cætera, vicit Amor;
Nulla fuit,' pulchras inter, cam pulchra puellas,
Ut Cordi egelido cresceret inde calor.

II. Vir

HENRY and CATHERINE. An old Ballad.

1.
In antiente times in Britain's ille

Lorde Henrie was well knowne;
No knight was in his day more fam’d,

Nor more deserv'd renowne ;
His thoughts on honoure always ranne ;

He never bow'd to love ;
No ladie in the lande had charmes,

His frozen heart to move.
VOL. XXXV.

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