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MYTHOLOGY of the ancients, learned
explications of, 179, 418, &c.
AIRNE, Mr. his electrical experi-
ments, 372. His invention of a
machine for ditto, ib.
NAMES, radical, from whence thofe in
the ancient mythology were compound-
ed, 170. Farther obf, on, 418–430.
NATURAL History, ftudy of, recom-
mended, 250. Method of, ib. Au-
thors diftinguished, on this fubject,
NEGROLS. See SLAVERY. See WES.
NEWCASTLE, late Duke of, his charac-
NOBILITY and Gentry, English, in
what sense said to be on the parish, 349.
NOOTH, Dr. his letter to Dr. Franklin,
on fome improvements in the electric
AKLY park, remarks on its fitua-
ODE. See LEVERPOOL.
OFFICES, the great ones, of ftate, fala-
ries of, too enormous, 348. Ill effects
of, ib. Ought to be merely honorary,
and ferved without pecuniary emolu-
ORNANO, Marshal De, his fhrewd fay-
ing, on being bribed to change his re-
Specimens of their language, 417.
PATRIOT, character of a true one, 299.
Falfe ones diftinguished into two claffes,
PELHAM, late Mr. his character, 32.
PERRY, Mr. George, first plans the hif-
AMUEL, book i. comments on fome
paffages in, 270.
SATURN, his ring, obf. on the disparition
SAXONS. See ANGLO-SAXONS.
SEA-ANEMONY, essay on, 228,
PAINTERS, how far juftifiable in SESSION, Lords of, their different judg
their attempts to
PATAGONIANS, fome account of, 410.
ment on the question of pro
SHAKESPEARE, his principal characters
tory of Leverpool, 231: The scheme
compleated by Mr. Enfield, ib.
PERSIAN, of Plautus, criticised, 3.
PLACEMEN and Penfioners, ill effects of
their fitting in parliament, 345–349.
PLAUTUS, paffages in his comedies cri-
UEBEC-ACT, contraverfy relative
to, 71, 149, 237. Vindicated,
by Dr. Johnfon, 300. Conftrued into
a compliment to the French court,
POETRY, ancient English, curious fpe.
cimens of, 49-59:
tween Poetry and Mufic, 306. Union
of thefe arts in France, 384.
POLICY, civil, original fources of ex-
POPULATION, remarks on, 378, 471.
QUINARIUS. See SWINTON.
QUINTILIAN de Scribendo translated,
329. Criticism on the paffage, 332.
RAT, Dr. his objection to inocula-
tion obviated, 43.
RICHARD, King of England, his com-
bat with the Soldan, how celebrated by
Robert de Brunne, 55.
ROMAN Hiftory, obf. on, 442.
Liberty, causes of the deftruction
ROSMUNDA, of Ruccellai, a tragedy,
obf, on, 281.
ROTHESAY, town and caftle of, de-
ROWLEY, Dr. his complaint against Dr.
letter to the Reviewers con
RUTH, book of, general account of, 266.
his verses to his mistress,
SLAVERY, thoughts on the inhumanity
of, 234 Our colonies vindicated on
this fubject, 324. Farther accused,
SMALL-POX, method of treating the
confluent fort, 44.
SOCIETY, Literary, at Leyden, prize
queftion of, for 1775, with directions
to candidates, 247.
for the encouragement of Paint-
ing, &c. at Leverpool, 482.
human, neceffarily produces le-
SPAIN, purchafes Falkland's Island from
STAFFA, fupendous rocky phenomenon
in that ifland, 454.
VERSES, to a Lady, by Mr. Richardson,
95. From Shakespeare, to his mis-
VIRGIL, in what refpects preferable to
VOLCANO, prodigious eruption of one in
South America, 414.
VOLTAIRE, Lord Chesterfield's letter
to, 24. His Siecle de Louis XIV. praif-
ed, 26. His Henriade praised, ib. His
Croisades and l'Efprit Humain com-
VORTIGERN, King of Britain, his meet-
ing with the Princess Rouwena, poeti
cally defcribed, in an old English rhyme
ing chronicle, 53.
his letter to Dr.
W Franklin, concerning the elec-
tric property of the Torpedo, 219.
WEDDERBURN, Mr. his pleadings be-
fore the house of Lords, in the great
cause of the copy-right of authors, 205,
WESLEY, Mr. his letter to the Re-
viewers on the negro-trade, 488.
WILLES, Judge, his opinion relative to
literary property, 83, 205
WILSON, Dr. Alexander, his obf. on the
folar spots, 368. His improvement in
the cross-wires of telescopes, 370.
Mr. his obf. on Mr. Henly's
electrical experiments, 379.
Dr. Andrew, his inquiry into the
circulation of the blood, 399.
WILTON, critical obf. on fome of the
ftatues and bufts there, 34.
WINN, Mr. his remarks on the Aurora
WOMEN, their natural right to the ad-
vantages of a learned education afferted,
AQUARE, an extraordinary amphi-
bious animal in South America,
fome account of, 414.
YATES, Judge, his opinion against the
common law right of authors to the
copies of their own works, 85. On
the queftion of perpetuity, 89.
YOUNG, late Sir Wm. hie character, 31.
ARTICLES Contained in the APPENDIX.
BSTINENCE from food, extraordi-
inftance of, 551.
THER, Marine, difcoveries relative to
the production of, 545.
AIR, its near affinity with fire, 521.
ALEXIS, fon to Peter the Great, incurs
his father's difpleasure, 494. His fail-
ings, 495. Efcapes to Vienna, 497.
Returns to Mofcow, and fubmits to the
Czar, ib. Is brought to trial, and con-
demned, 498. His death, ib. His
adherents punished, ib.
AMIOT, Father, his account of the cold
in China, 552.
ANTHEAULME, M. his obf. on the me-
thod of grinding and polishing object-
glaffes of telescopes, 553.
AURORA BOREALIS, found emitted by,
M. his on the
B decompofition of vitriolated tartar,
by the nitrous acid alone, 549.
BORMES, Baron de, his improvements in
the production of æther, 546.
BUFFON, Mr. his vifionary theories in
philofophy, 519-521. His fanciful
fpeculation on air, ib. His experiments
to afcertain the progrefs of heat in bo-
dies, 522. His obf, and exper. on pla-
tina, 524. His improvements in the
conftruction of burning glaffes, 527-
BURNING Glaffes. See MIRRORS.
BUTTER FLY. See MULLER.
what refpect it may be faid to pro-
ceed from the Deity, 509.
LAPUCHIN, Abraham, brother to the
Empress Eudoxia, his difgrace, 498.
Is condemned, 499. His horrid pu-
LE FORT, the favourite of Peter the
Great, foments the differences between
his master and the Empress Eudoxia,
ARCORELLI, M. his account of
an extraordinary involuntary ab
MENZIKOFF, Alexander, becomes the
favourite of the Czar, Peter the Great,
493. Procures his mafter a new mis-
trefs in the perfon of the celebrated
Catherine Alexiewna, ib. Foments the
differences between his mafter and the
Czarewitz, 494. Is appointed Regent
in Peter's abfence from Ruffia, 496.
His devotion te the Emprefs Catherine,
500. His ambitious views to raise his
family to the throne, 501. Is recon-
ciled to the unfortunate Eudoxia, and
delivers her from prifon, 502.
AVIER, M. his memoir on the
different methods of combining
mercury with iron, 547.
NOLLET, Abbè, his perfonal experiments
towards determining the bearing of
ALAIE, M. de, begins the Hiftory
of the Troubadours, which M. Mil-
lot finishes, 558.
PEKIN, experiments on the degree of cold
PETER, the Great, Emperor of Ruffia,
marries Eudoxia Federowna, 490.
Falls in love with another lady and re-
folves on a divorce, 491. Marries Ca-
therine Alexiewna, 493. Difinherits
and condemns his fon Prince Alexis,
497. His great improvements of his
empire, 539. His difpute with the Q
of England, 540. Firft ftiled Emperor,
by the English, ib. His campaign on
SPEECH, origin of, 508.
SQUINTING, cause of difcuffed, 554.
ARTAR. See BAUME.
TELESCOPES, achromatic, fanci-
ful fcheme for the improvement of,
530. Obf. on the method of grinding
and polishing the object-glaffes of, 553.
TROUBADOURS, literary hiftory of, 559
VOLTAIRE, his attack on the re
putation of Corneille, 556 His
edition of the works of that poet, 557.
W England to Ruffia, accommodates
a difference between the two courts,
INC, fuccefsfully employed in the
ERRAT A, &c. in this VOLUM E.
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4 s. 6 d. boards.
P. 144, for conflituent, read component principles.
Ibid. par. 2, 1. 2, place a comma after combined.
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1. penult. for be enabled, read, enable him.'
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P. 397, par. 2, 1. penult. for two, read too.
P. 485, in the account of The Cobler, for worthy of imitation,'
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