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CRITICAL REVIEW:

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Annals of Literature.

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A Society of GENTLEMEN.

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Disutton's Tracts, mathematical and philosophical, page 1
Savary's Letters on Egypt,

7 Dr. Andrews's History of the War with America, France, Spain,

and Holland,
The Carfe of Stirling, an Elegy,

15 Reed's Edition of the Plays of William Shakspeare,

17 Cruiksbank's Anatomy of the Absorbing Vessels,

25 Baron Hertzberg's Two Discourses on the Population of States; and on the true Riches of States and Nations, &c.

33 Puddicombe's Sermons,

38 Dr. Hamilton's Remarks on the Means of obviating the fatal Effects of the Bite of a Mad Dog, &c.

39 Davy's System of Divinity, in a Course of Sermons, Dr. Geddes's Prospectus of a New Translation of the Bible, 45 Dr. Denman's Aphorisms on the Application and Use of the Forceps, on Preter-natural Labours, &c. Essay on Uterine Hæmorrhages, &c.

ibid. on Natural Labours,

ibid. Foreign Literary Intelligence, $6, 138, 209, 289, 377, 460 Histoire de la Societé Royal de Medicine, année 1780 and 1781, 61 Complete Investigation of Mr. Eden's Treaty,

657 Helps to a Right Decision upon the Merits of the late Treaty of

Commerce with France,
A View of the Treaty of Commerce with France,

71 A Woollendraper's Letter on the French Treaty,

7% A Short Review of the Political State of Great Britain,

73
Reply to a Short Review, &c.
The People's Answer to a Short Review, Sc.
Purlewent's Appeal to the Common Sense of the Nation; ibid.
An Address to Tradesinen,

:ibist A Collection of Letters on interesting Subjects,

.ibid: Victoria, a Novel,

ibid. History of Lady Emma Melcombe, and her Family, : The Kentish Curate,

‘ibia. The Child of Simplicity, a Novel,

78 The Annual Novellitt,

ibid. Perry's Dissertation on the Lues Venerea, &c.

ibid. Harrison's Observations on the Cure of the Dry Belly-ache, 79 Dr. Barret's Treatise on the Gout,

ibid. Mrs. Trimmer's Two Farmers,

ibid. Miscellanies on Ancient and Modern Gardening, &c. ibid. Young's National Improvements upon Agriculture,

ibid. Appeal from Scotland,

80 Particulars of the Trials, Convictions, &c. of John Shepherd, ib. Correspondence,

80, 240, 320, 400, 480 Hunter's Observations on certain Parts of the Animat Oeconomy, 81 Inquiry into the Present State of Medical Surgery, Vol. II. 87 The Observer,

93 Essay on the Gift of Tongues,

97 Bishop of Glouce ter's edition of Bishop Butler's Charge to the Clergy

of Durham, A. D. 1751, Dore's Letters on Faith,

.103 The Victim of Fancy, a Novel, The Fair Syrian, a Novel,

109 Dr. Priestley's History of the early Opinions concerning Christ, 112 Dr. Blair's Lectures on the Canon of the Scriptures,

119 A 2

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merce, &c.

Crutwell's Edition of the Holy Bible, with Notes by Dr. Thomas

Wilson, Bishop of Sodor and Man, concluded,

123

Abridgement of the New Testament, in Queit. and Answer,

129

Mrs. Cowley's School for Greybeards, a Comedy,

133

Pilon's He would be a Soldier, a Comedy,

137

Account of Bully's Memoir on the Chronology of the Indians, 138

Programma of the Occonomical Society at Madrid,

140

Collection of Memoirs for a Spanish History of Caftile, 141

Account of a Spanish Collection of Memoirs of Agriculture, Com-

142
Differtatio Botanica de Sida. Secunda Differtatio Botanica de Malva,

Serra, Malope, Lavatera, Althæa, &c.

143

Principles of British Policy contrasted with a French Alliance, 145

Observations on the Agricultural and Political Tendency of the

Commercial Treaty,

147

Sentiments on the Interests of Great Britain,

3,49

Short Vindication of the French Treaty,

150

Remarks on the Tariff of the Commercial Treaty,

152

Necessity and Policy of the Commercial Treaty,

153

Answer to the Complete Investigation of Mr. Eden's Treaty, ibid.

Letter from a Manchester Manufacturer to the Right Hon. Charles

James Fox,

154

Letters of an Englishman,

ibid.

Letters of a Friend to the Rockingham Party,

ibid.

A Hint to the British Nation,

ibid.

Sir Francis Blake's True Policy of Great Britain confidered, 155

The New Syitem of Libelling illustrated,

ibid.

Blajr's Grave, a Poem,

156

The Vindication of Fame, an Ode,

ibid.

The
Triumph of Benevolence, a new Edition,

ibid.

Poetica! Efufiohs of an Epicurean Philosopher contrafted with those

:ofia Chriftian Philosopher,

ibid.

Poems for Young Ladies,

ibid.

The Progrefs of War, a Poem,

157

•Macrally's Richard
Cour de Lion,

ibid.

The First Floor, a Farce,

ibid.

Ward's Transation of Ramsay's Gentle Shepherd,

ibid.
Howlett's Confirmation, a Sermon at the Vifitation of the Bishop
of London, at Thaxted,

358

Bishop Wilson's Sacra Privata,

ibid.

Walker's Melody of Speaking delineated,

ibid.

Ackland's Plan for rendering the Poor independent on Public Con-

tribution,

159

A Series of Prints of Ancient History,

ibid.

A Description of a Set of Prints of Ancient History, ibid.

Birch's Confilia,'or Thoughts on several Subjects, 2d Edit. ibid.

Mrs. Teachwell's Spelling Book,

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Every Man his own Proctor,

ibid.

Sawney Mackintosh's Travels through Ireland,

ibid,

Paine's Paper-maker's and Stationer's Affiftant,

ibid.

Ranæ Comicæ; or the Comic Frog turned Methodist, ibid.

The Maniacs, a Tragiccmical Tale,

ibid,

Candid Enquiry into the Case of the Prince of Wales, ibid.

Dr. Smith's Observations on the Use, &c. of Cheltenham Waters, 161

Dr. Adair's Philosophical and Medical Sketch of the Human Body

and Mind,

164

Davies' Plays, written for a private Theatre,

Dr. Hunter's Edition of Evelyn's Syiva,

172

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210

213

220

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'Translation of the Marq. de Chastellax's Travels in America, 174,253

Remarkable Occurrences in the Life of Jonas Hanway, Esq. 181

Pye's Poems on various Subjects,

Summary View of the Heavenly Doctrines of the New Jerusalem

Church,

186

Trandation of Swedenborg's Doctrine of Life for the New Jerusa-

lem,

187

Dr. Priestley's Sermon on the Importance and Extent of Free En-

quiry in Matters of Religion,

189

Dean Horne's Sermon at the primary Visitation of the moft Rev.

Jolin, Archbishop of Canterbury,

192

Worthington's Discourses on various Subjects,

194

Park's System of the Law of Marine Insurances, &c.

195

Archdall's Monasticum Hibernicum,

198

Dr. Curry's Review of the Civil Wars in Ireland,

Poems and Elays, by a Lady lately deceased,

204

Dr. Fordyce's Poems,

Account of the Prize Dissertations of the Theological and Philoso-

phical Societies at Harlem,

209

Zoological Discoveries and Elucidations,
Programa of the Philosophical Society at Lyons,
Abbé Grossier's Description generale de la Chine,

214, 294

The Protection of Providence, an Ode,

218

Mavor's Blenheim, a Poem,

ibid.
James's Petrarch to Laura, a Poetical Epistle,

219

Miss Lee's Hermit's Tale,

Rickman's Fallen Cottage, a Poem,

Dr. Freeman's Strictures on Adair's Bath Medical Cautions, 2%2:

Rymer's Physiological Conjectures concerning certain Funcions of

the Human Oeconomy,

Mantell's Short Directions for the Management of Infants, ibid.

Dr. Walsh's Practical Observations on the Puerperal Feyer,

The Sorrows of the Heart,

,325

Lord Winworth; or, the Memoirs of an Heir,

ibid.

Lucinda Osborn,

The Advantages of Sunday Schools,

ibid.

Sunday Schools recommended, a Sermon by John Bidlake, 227

Parsons's Six Letters on the Establishment of Sunday Schools, ibid.

Palmer's Christian Pastor's Review of his Life and Labours, 228

Smallpage's Sermon on Profane Swearing,

ibid.

Apoftolical. Conceptions of God,

ibid.

Appeal to the Landed Interest of Great Britain, on the Operation

of the Commercial Treaty with France,

229

Danger at our Doors,

235

Dean Tucker's Brief Effay on the Advantages and Disadvantages

which respectively attend France and Great Britain with Regard

to Trade,

233

Considerations on the Political and Commercial Circumstances of

Great Britain and Ireland,

ibid.

Letter to George Stackpoole, Esq.

234

Address to the Nobility and Gentry of the Church of Ireland, ibid.

Abstract of the Bill

for manning the Navy with Volunteers, 235

Address to Captain Evelyn Sutton,

ibid.

Instructions for Merchants, Ship-Owners, &c.

ibid.

Retrospect of the Portraits delineated in the Short Review of the

Political State of Great Britain,

ibid,

M. De Calonne's Speech delivered in the Assembly of Notables, at

Versailles,

ibid.

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