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INDEX to the ESSAYS, &c.

robhers 64. Account of his novel of Gil Blas, an account of that play 51, 52,
531, 592


282, 379, 427 Gin-drinking deftruélive of the human
First-rale man of war described 213 fpecies 83. Petition of the common.
Fithery, Sce Free British Fishery. Na. council against it 91, 92. The horrible

tional advantages of it 198 E. Arguments mischiefs of it further displayed 112, 113.
against carrying it on by a company 160, An affecting remonftrance against it 125,
101, 204. Arguments for it 202, 208, 126. Not the fole cause of the disorders
Durch method of carrying it on 201, that are amongit us 170. Sce Spirituous
205. Our taxes a great discouragement Liquors.
to it.

207 Gloucester/hire, a description of 438-440
Fittery, that it is servility

450 Glover, Mr. his pathetick speech to the
Flujyer, Samuel, Líq; chosen alderman livery, on the election of a chamberlain,

Foundiing Hospital 42,187. Questions that Goods. See List of Goods:

concern it, relating to the Foundling- Government, oblervations on, occafioned
Hofpital at Paris

by the late famous dispute between the
France, new discoveries there, 1.95 French king and his clergy 3. Mr.
Free British Fishery Society, their confti- Trenchard's thoughts on 197, More
turion and proceedings 81. Debate on remarks on

466, 467
the bill for establishing it 158-161, Graham, Mr. George, his charadier, and
201--III. Their further proceedings infcription on his tomb


Grain. See Prices.
French, their projects for increasing their Grants for the service of the year, an ac-

trade, and improving their marine 143. count of 366. Distinguished into 4 forts
This matter argued in a debate 539,

543, 548. Their practices with regard Green mould on fire-wood

to Nova Scotia, the Neutral Mands, Gregorian account preferred to the Julian
589, 590

French king, conteft between him and his

Guest, general, inscription on his monu-
parliament of Paris 384, 431, 527, 575 ment

French Itrolling doctor's bill

377 Guet, the abbe de, an excellent paffage
Fulvius, Cn. his speech against the amenda from him

ment to the cain of secrecy in the mų.

tiny bill 12. Against the motion relating
to the staff officers 107. On the ques.


Halfpence, proclamation about coun.
minster 399. On the number of seamen terfeit ones

to be employed in our navy 581 Hampthire, a description of


Harrison, Mr, declared duly eleéled cham.
Amblers and gamesters apprehended berlain of London 221 G. His speech

90 to the livery on the occafion 222. He
Garning, its pernicious tendency and ef. is fworn in


404 Health, rules for the preservation of 225 A.
Gaming houses, proceedings against them Heathcote, George, Esq; his advertise.


ment to the citizens and livery of London
Garcin, Dr. his letter to M. de Reaumur,

upon the general usetulness of insects Herring fishery. See Free British Fishery.

215, 259 Herrings, a curious account of cheni, their
Garret, history of a

454 amazing thoals, &c. 561. Of their
Gascoyne, Mr. alderman, elected verdu-

progress, and where they are caught 601
rer of Waltham Forest

G. 602
Gayer, Sir Jobn, the annual thanksgiving Heffe, princess of, her birth-day celebrated
fermon founded by him, on account of

an extraordinary preservation

474 High birth, pride of, justly exposed 171
Genoa, regulations relating to the bank of Holderness, earl of, sent to the Hague with

St. George there 47. Other important his majesty's compliments of condolence
advices from thence

286, 335

on the death of the prince of Orange 474
Geerge, prince, created prince of Wales Holland, importance advices from 47, 95,

and earl of Chester 187. See Wales, 286, 335, 431, 527, 575. Great mob.
George Prince of.

bing there on account of the oath im.
Gibín, Mr. his care in regard to the posed on the wine merchants 384. Form
Westminster election 292. He is com-

of praying for the government there
mitted to Newgate 293. Discharged on 474. Prince of Orange's scheme for
his petition


fine concerning the

high bailiff of Wet- H Ahaliptorm, a severe one



569, 575

JAMAICA, a terrible hurricane there



INDEX to the ESSAYS, &C.
restoring and improving its trade 556.

List of goods proposed by him to be im-
ported there duty free

597 EENE, Mr. his memorial to the Spa-
Hly orders, an abusc in relation to it cen.

nith ministry, against Englathmen
405 fetrling in Spain

Hop-planters petition

Keeping. See Matrimony.
Hopewell, of Leith, cart away, and leve. KING, substance of his speech at the openi.

rai perfons of note drownei 473 ing of the feffion 33. His answer to the
Heralius Cocles, his speech in favour of Joids addrets 34. To the commons 356
an amendment to the address


His answers to the addresses of the two
Horse bit by a mad dog, particular account houlis on the death of the prince 140.
of it

4.62 His meilage about a regency, and answer
Hungary, king of Pruffia's letter to The to the address of both houses 133,

bishop of Breslau, concerning the griev. 411. Ceremony of presenting the faid
ances of the protestants there 315

address 233. His frequent interviews
Hurricane in the West Indies 522, 523, with his royal family 281. Subftance of

his speech at the close of the leffion 283-

His answer to the address of the lord
mayor and aldermen on the birth of a

princess 331. Anniversary of his birth
521, 569

475. The celebration of it put atf at
Jeffryes, Mr. murdered in his bed 110. court 572. Subitance of his speech at

Bill of indictment found against Miss the opening of the next leifion 514. His
Jeff yes, his niece, for the said murder

answers to the two addresses 515, 516
378. Matthews committed and examin. King of the Romans, declaration of the
ed in relation to it

empress-queen, to the dyet of the em.
Jetsop's-well waters, and Dr. Adee's opi- pire, concerning the election of one 78.
nion of them

511 King of Prufiia's letrer to the elector of
Immortality of the soul defended

507 Mentz on the same subject 191. And


mernorial to the imperial minister 479.
Indian prince, infernal rites at his death Of elcct og an infant for one

* 450
80 Knavith flattery, in the character of Vafer,
Indians, their meeting with the governors

437, 438
of New York and South Carolina 425.

Their audience of the governor of Vire ACEY, count, in the Russian service,

dies at Riga

Inquisition, king of Portugal's orders re. Ladies, how they may avail themselves of
lating to it

the alteration of the stile

Insects, of their general usefulness 215, Land carriage, clause in the bill for regu.
2:9. Their prodigious number and va- lating it

260 Land tax bill paffed

Insects living but a day, human vanity Land war on the continent, disadvantages
elegantly exposed in their fory 24. Al- of our engaging in it

secting speech of one of them


Law, letter to a member of parliament,
Inspector; a new paper, extracts from 273, containing some observations on it 415.
339, 4033 559 Abuses in the practiee of is

John, king of France, his character


Law proceedings regulated by foreign princes
Jones and Welch apprehended, tried and

condemned for a murder, for which Laws relating to the poor, remarks on pro-
Coleman suffered 379. They are exe- posals lately made for repealing most of


them, and for ere&ting county work.
Journal of a Learned and Political Club.


Leapor, Mrs. the young poetess, account
Journeymen taylors, affair of 474, 475 of her 311-314. Her confolatory let-
Inington church, bill for rebuilding it 235. ter to a young lady

Od inscription there 331. The firit Leicestershire, a description of 343
None laid

Levant, the extent of it settled, for ships
Italy, travels through


coming from thence to perform quaran-
Julian Stile. See Gregorian, and Old and tine

New Stile.

Liberal education, advantages of 358–361
Julius Florus, his speech against the motion Liberty destroyed by corruption 198

in favour of the staff officers 154. A. Ligonier general, brave action of his 11
gainst the amendment proposed to Lincoln-heath, a large lanthorn erected
445 there by Sir Francis Dalhwood 427




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INDEX to the ESSAYS, &c.
Lincoln Mire, a description of, 6, 7, 8 Mead, Dr. account of his phyfical admoni.
List of goods proposed by the prince of tions and precepts

Orange to be entered free of duties in Meteor, an extraordinary one, resembling
Holland, with the duties paid upon their a water-spout

121 E.
importation here 597, 598. Remarks Michaelmas term, ac lor abbreviating it
upon it

282, 283
Litchfield described

103 Militia, of its present state 581. Further
Livius Salinator, c. his (peech on a quele considered

tion relating to the high bail.ff of West- Mineral waters. See Purging Waters,


Ministry, changes in the 282, 284
Lloyd, Sir Richard, letter to him con- Minorities, a defect alledged in our cone
taining à fcheme for preventing felonies stilution with regard to ihem 34 5. What

82 it was with respeet to them before the
London Gazetteer, extracts from 22, 170 houle of commons was establimed, and
London-hospital, anniversary meeting of what it has been fince 349, 350. The
the governors

187 only general law that can provide for all
Lord's day, a letter to a lady, touching its future minorities 352. See Princes and


Lords addresses with the kings answers 34, Moon. See Eclipse.

h 515 More, Mr, remarks in his travels thro
Lotteries, observations on


Lottery, the scheme of it 92. Prices of Mount of piety, or charitable corporation,

the tickets 94, 142, 190, 238, 285, 334, project for establi Ahing one at Paris 575
383, 430, 478, 526, 574. A compu. Mount's-bay described and vindicated 274
ration of the chances in it 343. The Muræna, L. his speech for an amendment
drawing begins 523. Ends 572

to the oath of secrecy in the mutiny bill
Lottery adventurers, a proper lesion for



Murderer in Scotland, his confession 569,
Louisa, queen of Denmark. See Denmark

Lucretius Flavus, L. his speech on the Murders and robberies 283, 330, 378,
question relating to the high bailiff of


400 Murray, Hon. Alexander, Esq; proceed-

ings againnt him on account of the Wek.
AIL robbed, and a man apprehen. minster election .292. He is taken into

ded on that accouut 377, 379 custody 293. Committed to Newgate,
Malefactors. Sce Executions.

with further proceedings in his cale
Man of pleasure, the falle one exposed, 364-365. Perlons taken into custody
and true one described

403 for printing his Care 329. He is again
Man of sense under disappointments 408 ordered into custody 5a3. Proclamation
Manna, method of gathering it near Naples for apprehending him

389 Mutiny bil

Marlborough described

Marlborough, late duke of, his character


TAtional debt, a ftale of it in the year
as drawn by Voltaire


Marriage negotiated by bill of exchange Naturalization bill, petition of the com-

162 mon council against it 91, 92. Some
Marriage, cautions concerning it, with a thoughts on fuch bills 101. The bill

remarkable story of a happy and un- put off to a long day 187, An account
happy marriage 318, 319. Requisites of the proceedings on it

to a happy one 340. Letter from a lady Nature, of its wonderful mechanism 17
to a young gentleman on that subject Navies, English and French, a compleat
436 abstract of them

Marriages of poor maidens in France on Navigation, a question in, folved 29, 78.
account of the duke of Burgundy's birth Project for the safety of 265 F. Extracts

431, 527 from an effay towards its improvement
Masqueraders apprehended

Mathematical questions. See Questions, Navy, our care of it

Matrimony and keeping compared, with New Forest in Hampshire

the happiness of the former, and the New Stile. See Old and New Stile.
misery of the latter

Newcastle, duke of, his annual gift for the
Matroffes reviewed at Woolwich

378 encouragement of learning in the uni-
Matthews committed and examined in veráty of Cambridge

relation to the murder of Mr. Jeffryes Newdigate, Sir Roger, chosen member
524 for the univerfity of Oxford



Maded on that



25 G.

54 B.

true one


116, 117


INDEX to the Ess A Y's, &c.
Nobleman's letter to his fon, expofing the 43." Summary of the most important
falle man of pleasure, and describing the affairs during the feffion 291, 364, 410,

403 457. Prorogard 283, 379, 474. lc
Non-commiffion officers. See Staff officers. meets again :

Normand Rors, his confession of the mur- Parma, duchess of, delivered of a prince
der of lady Billie
569, 57°

Nottinghamshire, a description of 199, 200 Parr, old Thomas, account of his differ.
Nova Scotia, extract of a letter from 341 B. tion, and of an old Swiss

Another 419 F.

New forces ordered Parlons, Richard, condemned 43. Ex-


Numifius, C. his speech for the amend. Peevithnefs displayed and censured

ment to the oath of secrecy in the mutiny Perjury in swearing off criminals 330. Sen-
bill 15. His speech against reducing the tence against one for that crime

oumber of seamen

539 Petersburgh, important advices from 47,

191, 299
Philosophical transactions, extracts from
of it

68 117-122, 218321, 388, 389, 461
Oath of secrecy in the mutiny bill, debate

-463, 510, 562, 590.
on the motion for adding some words at Places, question concerning persons ac-
the end of it

9-20, 57-59 cepting them under the prince of Wales
Oaths, practice of ecclefiafticks with re.

gard io them
167 Plague at Confantinople

Ogulnius, M. his speech in favour of the Poer, pleasant story of one 73 D.

amendment to the oath of secrecy in the Political Club. See DEBATES.
mutiny bill 57. His speech in favour Pomponius Atticus, his speech against the
of the ftaff officers

156 amendment proposed to the address 489
Old England, extra&t from

131 Poor, remarks on the laws relating to
Old maid's apology

them soo. Defects in the execution of
Old and New Stiles, a concise but clear them 501. Three fores of poor 545.
account of the difference between them See County work-houses.

Pope, Alexander, Esq; memoirs of his
Omniprefcence of the Deity, how it ought

lire and writings 319.

An account of
to affect us

560 the new edition of his works 321. A
Opimius, l. his speech against reducing Ketch of his character, ibid, E. A
the number of seamen

543 remarkable paragraph from his preface
Oppius Salinator, L. his speech againnt a

council of regency

297 Popilius Lænas, C. his speech in favour of
Orange, prince of, his proceedings' 286, the staff.officers 153. His speech againt
335. His death 473. His issue 474.

a council of regency

His character ibid. Mourning for him Portsmouth described
475. Account of his being advanced to Portugal, important advices from 47, 143,
the Nadtholdership 504. Extracts from 239, 335. Proclamation again luxury
his scheme for improving trade 556, 597. there

Orange, princess dowager of, takes the Postage of a letter, remarkable trial in re.
oaths as guardian to the prince her son lation to it

474, 479 Her birth-day celebrated Poft boy robbed

475. Acknowledged as guardian by all Poritius. T. his speech on the number of
the 7 provinces, and other honours be. feamen

stowed on her and her son

527 Prices of fottery tickets. See Lottery.
Orrery, earl of, his character of dean Swift Prices of frocks and grain 46, 94, 142,
483. Of lord Bolingbroke

573 190, 238, 285, 334, 383, 430, 478,
Ofborne, Ruth, cruel manner of ducking

526, 574
her for a supposed witch 378. See Colley, Prince of Wales, manner of creating him

and Tring.
Oxford, a letter to the vice chancellor of Prince of Wales, duke of Cornwall, and
that univerfity

114 earl of Chester, account of the original
Oxford Almanack, explanation of 572

of those titles

Princes and minorities in England, their
AINE King, William, Esq; his house history fince the conquest 147-150
fired incendiaries

330 Proculus Virginius, bis speech against a
Paris, the new military school there 95. council of regency

Other important advices from thence Protestants in France, persecution against
143, 286, 315, 431, 527, 575 them

286, 335
Parliament, alterations in the list of, 35, Protestants in Hungary, See Pruffia.
92, 236, 333, 572, 606. It meets 33,




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INDEX to the ESSAYS, &ca 1751
Pruffia, king of, the great reformation of Rockets, of the height to which they
law proceedings in his dominions 47. ascend

His letter to the elector of Mentz about Rockingham, marquis of, extraordinary
the ele&tion of a king of the Romans enter tainment at his coming of age 235
791. His declaration for encouraging.

Rolln, Mr. abftra&i of his d ffertation on
the Afiatick company at Embden 239. the advantages of a liberal education
His letter to the bishop of Breslau, con.

cerning the grievances of the protestants Roman armies, their different flates 105)
in Hungary 315. His memorial to the

106, 107


Roman Ericks, and their manner of build.
Purging waters, an examination of the ing

strength of several of the principal anes, Roman camp at Castor in Norfolk

in England, especially that of Justup's. Romith clergy, a severe satire upon them


Royal family, first form of praying for
426, 473.

them upon the death of the prince of
Wales 139. The second form, as it

now ftands 188. His majesty's inter-
Questions, mathematical, propoled and views with them

folved 29, 78, 125, 176, 270, 272, 318, Royal power, that it may be limited, but
370, 371, 512 cannot be divided

297, 298
Questions and answers selating to the Foun. Ruflia, enpress of, her manifefto in rcli.
ling hospital at Paris, and which con. tion to her minifter's abruptly leaving
cern the Foundling Hospital at London the court of Pruffia

Rutlandhire, a description of 296
Quintus Mucius, his speech in favour of

the regency bill


riot of

Quisquilius, a famous virtuoso, his cha.
racter and fate

morial in relation to it


Salisbury described
AINBOW, description of an extra- Salonius, C. his specch in relation to the

>17 Naff officers
Rainbows, observation on

Salt-water Haugh, remarkable salt spring
Rambler, extracts from 30, 122,778, 226, there

275, 316, 322, 362, 407, 487, 554 Sandwich, earl of, and lord Tientham re.
Reading described
2.47 sign their places

Reforming a nation, the only means of Savoy, duche's of, delivered of a prince

Regency, bill paffed 235. List of the coun. Scotland, dispute between the clergy and

cil of ib d. Debate on the bill, and ar- landholders there
guments for and againit a council of re.

Scribleriad, the arguments of the several
gency 219-259, 297-307, 345–351. books, with extracts from it 40, 41,
History of the bill 4'1, &c. His ma.

130, 131, 227, 272
jenny's message to beib houses, which Sea, importance of our being masters of it
gave occanion to it 411 F. Aditrers of

both houses thereupon 412. Progress Seamen, debate on the number of, to be
of the bill

4'2, 4'3 employed in the navy 537--;49, 577–
Religion, the principles of it to be instilled
in pupils

360 G, 361 Seeds of some planes, their minuteness 219
Remembrancer, extracts from 174, 197. Sejanus, his character and fate

His farewel to the publick
270 Self or voluntary motion

Repentance, being a supplement to the Sempronius Gracchus, T. his speech in re,
economy of human liie


lation to the staff officers 105. On the
Rich, how they are answerable for the

question relating to the high-bailiff of
vices of the poor

129 Westminster 393. On the motion for
Robberies and murders, of their increase an address 411, In the debate on the

307 number of seamen
Robbers, extracts from Mr. Fielding's en. Serjeants and corporals

106, ios
quiry into the causes of the late increase

Servilius Priscus, his speech for reducing
of them 64. A necellary supplement the number of reamen

to it

123 Sertions at the Old Bailey 43, 138, 187,
Robbers and house-breakers, proclamation

234, 330, 427, 475, 571
for apprehending them

23. Settlements in parishes, and certificates
Robertson, Mr. of Killmuck, pleasant

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