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Letter from the Ruffian Ambassador at Berlin, to the Ruffian Conful at Ham-
Refufal of the Emperor of Ruffia to receive an Ambassador from the Emperor
Subfiance of the Declaration of the Emperor of Ruffia, relative to an armed
Extract from the Petersburgh Gazette of Nov. 7, 1800
Order of the Emperor of Ruffia for laying an Embargo on all English Vef
Treaty between the French and Batavian Republics
Convention between the French Republic and the United States of Ame-
Treaty of Commerce between the King of Pruffia and the United States of
Particulars relating to the Inhabitants of the Kingdom of Birman; from
Ceremonial of the Prefentation of the English Ambassador to the King of
Rejearches respecting the Duration of the Time of Gefiation in the Females of
Method of feparating, the Grain from the Straw, as practifed in the State of
Eafy and effectual Cure for Wens, in a Letter from William Chisholme, Efy.
Manner in which Cardinal Wolfey entertained the French Ambaffador, in
Particulars concerning Tobacco; from Beckman's Introduction to Tech-
On the Science of Phyfiognomy, from Mr. Pufeli's Advertisement to Hunter's
Origin and Nature of the Sentiment of Admiration in the human Mind;
Nature of Pre-difpofing Caufes, from the fame
Medical and Surgical Punishments, in a Letter to the Editor of the Monthly
Inquiry into the Origin of the Nerves; from the fame
Ode to the New Year; by H. J. Pye, Efq. Poet Laureat
Ode for his Majefty's Birth-day, June 4; by H. J. Pye, Poet Laureat 432
An Infcription; by Mr. Rofcoe
Lady Carlife's Anfwer to Mrs. Greville's Ode for Indifference
A hot Day; written in a hot Night
Mad Pol; from Bloomfield's Farmer's Boy.
Contraft between the Poft-horfe and Farmer's Horfe; from the fame
Suffolk Cheefe; from the fame
The Rhyming Apothecary, a Tale; by George Colman, Efq.
Account of Books for 1800.
An Accouni of an Embaffy to the Kingdom of Ava, fent by the Governor-
An Account of an Embassy to the Court of Teefhoo Lama, in Tibet; contain-
CHRONICLE, P. 47, c. I, 1. 2, for Paiemeo, read Palermo.
T. Burton, Printer, Little Queca-kreet,