Dębrett, ib. -- remarks on transla- probability of the irruption of fee
tions in general, 18, 21.
veral German nations into England,
Stationers, their infamous practices to
besides the Cimbric Saxons, 2-over-
enhance the price of paper, exposed, fight of the author noticed, 5 -- his
account of the wars of Arthur, 5--8
SUMMARY of POLITICS.--The Propo- proceedings of the Saxons, on the
fitions of Bonaparte rejected by the eftablishment of Christianity, 8-13
Emperor of Germany, 114-obser- observations on the work, 14
vations on the revolutionizing inten- Tyranny, its origin accounted for, 94.
tions of Bonaparte, 115-misunder-
ftanding at the Court of Petersburgh, Von Hamelberg, Chev. his Letter to
ib. singular oppression suffered by Dr. Robilan, 308.
the French Emigrants, lately return-
ed, 116-remarks on the late dil- Upholfterer, a French, petition of, 470:
turbances in London, ib ---strictures Uterus, opinions concerning its descent,
on the conduct of the Chief Magi- obliquity, and action, 51.
strate, ib.-wisdom of the populace
on the above occasion, 116, 117-
reflections on the high price of pro. Waithman, Citizen, his pamphlet on
vifions, 235, 237-ftri&tures on the the present Icarcity examined, 410--
proceedings at the Common Hall, his excellent and confiftent embel-
237-conduct of the Methodists on lishments, 411-his three grand fpe-
this occafion, 238—patriotic ardour fics for decreasing the price of corn,
of the House of Austria, 354-curi- 412--his abfurd plans for relieving
ous fact respecting provisions, 355- the poor, ib.
characters of the new Lord Mayor Walpoliana, account of, and selections
and sheriffs, 356 --interesting pro- from that work, 70-74.
ceedings at Paris 357--infolence of War, policy of France in beginning
the French Generals, ib.- instances it, 209.
of the Liberty of the Press, 358.
s, its effects proved to reduce
Sunday Schools, on the abuses and ad- the price of Wheat, 227--230.
vantages of, 214, 217.
Washington, General, his answer to a
--, reflections on, and their letter of the French Minister, in 1794,
perverfion by the Methodists, 416. 339, 340.
Suworow, Marshal, biographical anec- Welsh, their general spirit of loyalty
cotes of, 391, 393.
Swallows, curious account of the sub- Wheat, causes which produced the late
mersion of, 110.
undoubted failure, stated, 320.
Swift, anecdote of 73.
Winter personified, by Cowper, Con-
Swiss, their laws and customs defcrib- trafted with the same, by Hurdis,
ed, 379, 380.
Switzerland, interesting description of, Woman, a masculine, defined, 155.
Women, obfervations on their relative
situation in fociety, 152--arguments
Temper, a passionate, anecdote of, 71. in favour of the sex, 152, 153.
Thieves, a new clafs of,, defcribed, 270 Worship, public, its importance to the
Tippoo Sultaun, his late treacherous interests of civil government, 68, 69.
conduct towards the Englim expofed
and animadverted upon, 1 19.
Translations, specimens of modern, 18. Zenobio, Count, supposed to be a writer
Turner's History of the Anglo Saxons in the pay of Buonaparte, 337.
P. 449. 1. 26. after Scriptures, add—" there is gold, and the gold of that land is
good.”-P. 4,57, last line but two, for herein, read wherein. ---P. 458. 1. 4. infead
of the time of my departure is at hand, being in the body of the Letter, it thould
be in a note.-Line 5, and followinig, his friend, &c. to righteousness inclulive
fhould likewise be infa note at the bottom of the Letter.
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