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Nrle, and the Sea, a fable, 481. PRETENDER, Charles Edw. anecs
Scotland, 271. Of the religious
part of his character, 435. Pre-
garded by the old Romans, Rome, ib. and 438.
PRITCHARD, Mrs. poetic enco,
Clock.work, &c. 54. Lessens (he PROPERTY, nature, and origin of,
PROVISIONS, dearness of, causes
afligned for, 415. Engroffers,
Flour-trade considered, 479.
Psalm lxviii. Dr. Chandler's pa-
PYNSENT, satirical elegy to, 1636
from Christ, meaning of, 26. praised, 540.
UAKERS, vindicated, 487.
vind, of her own conduct, 466. in his Inquiry contraverted,
REIMARUS, Dr. his letter to the
for acquiring the fovereignty of REVELATIONS tenth and eleventh,
ous to his own family, 505. plied to the conversion of the
prefented, 252. Always pro- RHEUMATISM, remedy for, 309.
RHUBARB, cultivated at Edinburgh,
RICHLIEU, Cardinal, his charac-
ing, 520. Famous epigram on
256. Her description of Lewis scended, 491. Religion the
grand engine of their state, ib.
ciple of church-authority, 303. there, 432
battle of, 84.
ing at a very low ebb there, and TIME-KEEPERS, by clock work, why, 438.
observations on, 50. Reusseau, Mr. quarrel between TORRE, Father de, his new-in
him and Mr. Hume, 390, Let vented microscopes, 452.
ters between them, 394--400. Turks, character of their troops, RUSSIAN S, character of their fol.
83. diery, 82,
AGRANT beggars, the re.
ACRAMENT of the Lord's Sup. V proach of aceste:y, less SACE
case of, 327.
per, a typical facrifice, 24. VAMP, a look seiler, dialogue beSaxons, converted to Christianity tween him and his patron, 154
by the sword, 173. Pursue the VANDALS, origin of, 170. same method to convert their V'AN 10 MR167., Mils, her unhappy neighbours, ib.
pafiion for Swift, 143. SCANDAL, observations on VENEDI, account of that people, laws against, 67.
171. Their peculiar aversion to SCHWERING, Count, his descrip Christianity, 172.
tion of the battle of Prague, 84. VENEREAL disease, remarkable SERMONS, the old methodical com
johtion of, vindicated, 195. VENICF, gallantry of the ladies SIMPLICITY, in the abstract, an there, 332. Apology for them,
incomprehensible term, 539. 333. The lawyers there, extraSMUGGLING, true means of lup vagant warmth of their pleadpressing,
446 SOCIETY, human, progressive ftages VETERINARY Academy, account
of, from the state of nature, considered, 223,
VOLTAIRE, his unfair manner of Solon, imperfection of his laws, ridiculing the scriptures, 168. 500-501,
Some account of his splendid SPANIARDS, character of their fol. manner of living, 330. His diery, 82.
fondness for Mad. Clairon, ib. SPONGES, indued with animal life, His Pbilofophe Ignorant, 537.
450. STILES, Sir Eyles, his account of
W. some new microscopes, 452 ALPOLE, Mr. author of the
King of Pruflia to M. Rousseau, SUESCRIPTIONS to points of faith, 401. His treatment of Mr. R. &c. the right of church gover
cenfured, 469. nors to exact chem, vindicated, WARBURTON, Bp. droll construc217. This doctrine controvert tion of a passage in his sermon ed, 298.
relating to the colonies, 408. SUTTON, Mr, his practice of ino Humorous explication of his se
culation for the finall-pox, 188. cret intentions in writing the DiSwift, Dean, his importance
vine Legation, 424; with Queen Anne's tory-minif. Wesley, John, remarkable incontry, 36.
filtency in his notions of im
puted righteousness, 166.
WHITFIELD, Mr. satirically cha-