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Thus by the very firft page prejudiced against the book, may deem it a
If you, Gentlemen, would do ine the favour, to publish this decla.
HERMANN SAMUEL REIMARUS,
We are sorry to learn, from a manuscript paper enti:led, A Let-
N. B. To find any particular Book, or Pamphlet, see the
Table of Contents, prefixed to the Volume.
BARTRAM, Mr, fome account of,
uona ture in the Advice to Swift, 134.
one, / at iotic measures of, 160. roued his opinion of the non-
ancient philofophers, 545.
counted for, by new experiments, hive, 21.
BOLINBROKE, Lord, his apology
ed a the principal objects of ter between Lord Hide and Mr.
His encomium on Pope's Moral
great discoveries attributed to the Botany, elementary demonstra-
tions of, for the use of the Royal
535. Sexual system, known to
the ancients, 554.
EROWNRIGG, Dr. his inquiry in-
and nutrition from Anaxagoras,
pricious disposition always detri BUNCLE, John, his character as a
writer, 34. His description of
His account of a Carthufian mo.
ficians who attended one of his
for Corfidered, 178-1877. Ad: Dcompliment for the fair-
Celtic, the universal elementary Cough, remedy for, zog
language of Europe, 303 Customs, and custom-house bus
tions propoled, 443.
CYMM RODORION fociety, their
propagating, in the time of
mons against the importation of
DEBT, national, project to pay off
his character, 415: His pitiful Africa, 496.
eft objections against chriftianity,
dealers in the commodity called DELAVAL, Mr. his experiments to
Thew the agreement between the
their colors, 374.
with regard to the laws, ex-
world supposed to have been DOLLAND, Mr. his improved tel.
vantages of exportation, 479. ELLIS, Mr. his account of the na-
Maliet, concerning Lord bolio. EMPHY: EMA, case of, 453.
ENGLAND, her immense maritime
from her corquelis, and vast ins
crease of the national debt, 496. veral parts of his minifterial con
and philosophers, their absurdity,
of his character, 541. morality air, water, &c. 379.
of his doctrine alerted, ib. HARRISON, the celebrated clock-
Captain, horrid difre
ses of him and his crew at sea,
of the circulation of the blood,
eriffe, 450. Of the proportion
tical remarks on that famous
HISTORY, the chronological plar
307---509. Observations on the
there for education, 33. Homily, that mode of preach-
on the properties of air and Hope, Dr. coltivates the true rhu-
barb in Scotland, 450.
the Engliil to publish treatises tranfit of Venus that will hap-
HIUDE. Davill, his quarrel with
Rouffeau, 3c0. Encomium on
his hiltoric abilities, 573..
culation in Asicrica, 498. be cured, 345
TANES I. remarkable speech of
JANUARIUS, Si, remarks on the
Jesuits, proposed as examples to cients for his doctrine of ideas,
Hints for its
Lowth, Dr. his controversy with
the inns in that country, 334. LUDLAM, Mr. his new invented
Lunas, account of an extrane-
ACNAMARAH, Daniel, his
remarkable case, 327.
MALLET, Mr. his letter to Lord
lingbroke's Works, 65.
weight , 451. Weak-
ness of his mental powers, 538.
MICHELL, Mr. his particular ap-
a reproach to this country, 16. 378.
ones invented at Naples, 452.
to Swift, 60; from Lord Hyde to life, and connections with the
From Mr. literati, 91. Deemed a thorough
preachers there, 434.
story of a priest and a mounte-
of a late famous one, 152.
mina son of, according to the discoveries said to have been be-
fre dij overed, by the ancients,