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408

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N authentic account of the for- Remarks on the late sentence of an

attorney in the North Amyand and Co. for 1000l. 395-6-7, Apology to the friends of the Liberty Origin of Oriental Despotism continued inftitution

ib. 3989

Certain method of stopping the most Genuine process for making zink 400 violent bleeding at the nose 423 The bark, a new-discover'd remedy Perron's voyage to India, for discover

for the gout--Articles of Peace ex- ing the works of Zoroafter, continued hibited to the public

ih. -His attempt to visit the religious Natural history of Sutton Coldhell 401

institutions of all' Afia

ib. Remarkable property of the soil in Contents of the works of Zoroafer 426 consuming dead bodies

ib. Observations on the temper of the Eng. -Remarks on the variation of the lif people

427 compafs

ib. Two characters; a farmer and hop-Remains of a noble Ronan road 402 planter

428 Springs, medicinal plants, &c. 493 An apology for the conduct of the An original letter to Sir Rich. Strele, preient my

429 on his play of the Conscious Lovers 404. -Bad policy to destroy the commerce Letter to a gentleman in the city, on

of France

430 the approaching peace 405 Letter to a noble lord at court, in an. Observation of a political writer of swer to the letter to a gentleman in the first class

406
the city

43" sir George Pocock's letter to the Lords Punctilio's observed in the commenceof the Admiralty

ib. ment of the late negociations for The enemy's precautions to secure peace

ib. their harbour

409

Different treatment of the two am-Difpofitione for attacking the Moro bassadors in England and France 435

Account of the political papers far. -Mitbehaviour of a fea officer

ther continued

ib. Journal of the siege of the Havanna ib. -Monitor's answer to the Citizen's Skirmilla between the reconnoiter- letter

ib. ing parties

409

Form of an Address for the Stock-Moro attacked by land and sea 410 jobbers, &c.

436 -Accident that retarded the fiege 411

An authentic relation of the motives Account of the political papers ib. that produced the late revolution Specimen of a polit. dictionary 412

in Ruffia

437-8 Humorous scene at a public h. 413

-Abdication figned by the Emp. 439 Incident at an afíize meeting 414

Poetry. Elegiac to Miss E. B.Satyrical observations on a late ap

Happiness -- Occafional Prologue pointment ib. Riddle answered

440 -Sources of the present malignity a. Wandy worth Epifle verfified

441 gainst a M

415

To an old clergynian on his birth. Conversation in the city-Pity for day-For a watch-cafe

443 scribblers

416 Foreign History. Siege of Schweidnitz; -Parailel between the present male- Progress of the Allies i Surrender of contents and Wat Tyler

ib. Almeida ; Attack of Valencia d'Al. -Character of the opposition 417

cantara, &c. Remarks on the difference between Hißorical Chronicle, Proceflion at Pref

the fentiments of mankind now, and ton Guild; remarkable forgery. 444 on the late negociation

ib. -Christening of the Prince-Fire in Very extraordinary account of a chri

Newgate

445 fered how

418 - Installation of Knights of the GarHis manner of conjuring spiritsib. ter-His Majesty's reception at EtonHis imposture detected

ib. College Life of Jobn Rocke, as related by him. Births, marriages, deaths, &c. self Is fold to the Gypsies

ib.

In some of our last month's Magazines,

in obe Address of tbe Lord Mayor, &c. p. 388, -Whipped for a vagabond, and de

fomie lines were inferred by mistaka, wbicb joould serted

ib. have been in the preceding page : Comes to London, and turns gar.

The continuation of the Moricat Ardener

431 BOUT of the Condu&t of the Dutch Eaft- India - Marries his lady's maid ib. Company towards the English, is poftponed by Masiner et accumulating wealth 434 nafom of tbe Indifpofition of the Writer

447

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