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son, D. D. F. R. S. E. one of the Ministers Will shortly put to press, the following of the High Church, and Professor of Lo. Works-Second edition of Scott's Family gick, and Metaphysicks, in the University Bible, in 5 quarto volumes, with maps, of Edinburgh-with an account of the chronological tables, and a Concordance, Life and Character of the Author. The Bible can be subscribed for separate Gospel Gloss, representing the Miscarriafrom the maps, &c. as the publick choose; ges of English Professors, or a Call froin or the maps, &c. without the Bible. The Heaven to Sinners and Saints, by Repen. Bible with the maps, $6 50 per volume; tance and Reformation, to prepare to meet without, $6_Maps, &c. boards, $3, God. By Lewis Stuckley-Recommended bound, $4.-A large edition of the above by Dr. Ryland. mentioned work is disposed of.-W. W. J. Kingston, Baltimore, proposes W. will accommodate subscribers for the To republish, by subscription (with all New or Old Testament separate, or toge- convenient speed) in six parts, one dollar ther-the New Testament will be $10, 2 each part, A Dictionary of the Holy Bible,

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dorcet, ib. Madame de Rochefoucault,

258. Madame Roland, ib.

Bloomfield, Robert, letter from, 22. His ad.
Ali, Pacha of Janina, history of, 202. dress to a Spindle, 195.
Ambassadour, English, his audience with Bon Mots, rules for making them, 276.
the Sultan, 277.

Buonaparte, his campaigns in Italy, 110-
America, poetical picture of, reviewed, Battle of Arcole, 111. Of Rivoli, 112.

328. South America, its importance, po. Siege of Mantua, ib. His Court, 317.
pulation, wants, &c. 29, 33, 41.

Bourbon, Duke of, 423.
American Traveller, Letter from an, 66. Brewster, Dr. his instrument for deter-

Governour Ellis, ib. A Russian Princess, mining distances, 358.
67. Prince Lichtenstein, ib.

Burns, Reliques of Robert, reviewed, 10.
Anecdotes of Birds, reviewed, 43.

His Poem of Bonie Doon, 70.
Anecdotes, of a Minister, 68. Of Castor
Oil, ib. Of a Town Crier, 69. Of Milton,

ib. Of Miss Taylor, ib. Of Mr. Fuller, ib. Camilla de Florian, reviewed, 382.
Of Captain Bishop, 197. Of Rolf Krage, Campbell, Thomas, his Gertrude of Wyo-

ming, 225.
Antiquities, discovery of, 136.

Carey William (see Baptist Missionary
Apes and Monkeys, anecdotes of, 55. Society) 151.
Argens, Marquis d' Memoirs of, 260. Carleton, George, Memoirs of, 176. Battle
Arsenick, new mode of detecting, 429. of Seneff, 178. Of Steenkirk, 180. Of
Asthma, recipe for, 281.

Monjouick, 183.

Cavern, The, reviewed, 383, Story of, 384.

Cayenne, account of the Colony of, 341.
Bachelor, The, a novel, by Thomas Moore, Characters of the Sixteenth Century, 201.

Charles, the First, his entrance into Lon.
Baptist Missionary Society, an account of, don, 199.

reviewed, 150. Origin of it by William Cookery, a new system of domestick, re.
Carey, 151. Goes to India, 151. Appoint- viewed, 1. Extracts from, 4.
ed a Professor at the College of Fort Cornaro's temperance, 428.
William, 155. Mutiny at Vellore, 158. Cowley, Hannah, Memoirs of, 208.
Conversion of the Hindoos, practicable Cowper, William, his translation of Mil.
and proper, 161 to 164.

ton's Sonnets, 70. His tame Hares, 172.
Banks, Sir Joseph's, account of Merino His translation of Milton's Poems, 366.

Critical Essays on the performers of the
Bateman, Mary, execution of, 121.

London Theatres, 301. Pope, 301. Hen.
Beaufoy, Henry, author of Scloppetaria, derson, 302. Quin, 303. Cibber, 304.

Mrs. Pritchard, 305. Mrs. Barry, ib.
Bidding Wedding, description of, 423. Mrs. Yates, 306. Garrick, ib. Kemble,
Bingley, William, his Memoirs of British 307. Elliston, 309. Kemble, junior, ib.
Quadrupeds, 171.

Cook, 310, Rae, Dowton, 310.
Biographie Moderne, reviewed, 236. Gre. Crocodiles of the Nile, 335. Their habits,

goire, 244. Garat, 245. Merlin de Douai, 336.
246. Merlin de Thionville, ib. Jean De. Cromek's reliques of Burn's, reviewed, 10.
bry, 247. Cochon, 248. Maury, 249, Mi.
rabeau, 250. Carnot, 251. St. Just, 252.

Rewbell, 253. Lepeaux, Barras, Roger Degen, his machine for raising a person in
Ducas, Sieyes, Barthelemi, Fenelon, the air, 357.
Desemé, 254. Malesherbes, 255. Target, Diamonds, may be consumed by fire, 61.

Fronchet, Anacharsis Cloots, 256. Čon. Found in Golconda, Pegu, Şciam, and
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rot, ib.

gue, 334.

Brasil, 61. Diamond Mines, 62. Traffick Hue, Francis, his last years of Louis the
in them, 63. Remarkable Diamonds, 64. Sixteenth, 83.

Earliest discoveries of them, 133. Hughes, Victor, anecdotes of, 346.
Dogs, instinct of, 273.

Husband and Lover, reviewed, 382.
Drake, Nathan, Essays by, reviewed, 361.
Druidical practices, 105.

I. J.
Dwarfs, account of, 296.

Ink, improvement in making, 285.
Dumourier, letter from, to Brissot, 35. Intelligence, Literary, 71, 144, 214, 285,

358, 430.

Intelligence, Philosophical and Economi,
Fagles nest, account of an, 275.

cal, 141, 284, 357, 428.
Ellis, Governour, account of, 66.

Jackson, James Grey, his account of Mo-
Edgeworth, Miss, her tales of fashionable

rocco, 318.
life, 373.

Jena, battle of, 372.
Edward and Ellen, a modern Sonnet, 428. Jerusalem, destruction of the Holy Se.
Llsineur, 289

pulchre of, by fire, 135.
Essay on light reading, reviewed, 114. Job, an African Priest, Memoirs of, 189.
English Bards and Scotch Reviewers, re.
viewed, 397.

Essays, by Nathan Drake, 361. The Spec. Languet, the friend of Sir Philip Sydney

tator, 362. Steele, 363. Addison, ib. Lay 75.
Monastery, Free Thinker, Terræ filius, Law report, 198.
Plain Dealer, Common Sense, 365. The Laws of England, compendium of, rer
Champion, Female Spectator, The Par. viewed, 406.

Lettre aux Espagnols' Americains, 27.

The author of it, 23. Left with Mr.
Feast of the Rose, 329.

King, ib. Sketch of it, ib. S. America, 29.
Fielding, Henry, and Lady M. W. Monta Ligne, Marshal Prince de, Letters and

Thoughts of, reviewed, 217. His journey
Fir, American, compared with European, with the Empress of Russia and Empee

rour of Austria, 218.
Fisher, J. B. his pathetick tales, 188. Literary intelligence, 71, 144, 214, 285,
Fordyce's Sermons to young ladies, re- 358,430.
ceived, 331.

Louis the Sixteenth, The last years of the
Fragments in prose and verse, 106.

reign of, reviewed, 83. Account of the
France, travels in, 312.

6th October, 1784, 84.
Frederick William, King of Prussia, anec. Lutgendorf, bis machine for existing un-
dotes of, 262, 370.

der water, 357.

Lynch, J. Poetry by, 356.
Game of War, reviewed, 330.

Gas, application of, from coal to economi. Mansfield, Amelia, a novel, by Madame
cal purposes, 98.

Cottin, reviewed, 390.
Genlis, Madame de, her siege of Rochelle, Maria Antoinetta, Queen of France, Me-

moirs of, reviewed, 91, 92, 93, 94.
Gertrude of Wyoming, by Thomas Camp- Improves the Musick of Frar.ce, 95.
bell, 225.

Morocco, account of, reviewed, 318 to 327.
Gipsies, dissertations on, 96. Originally Mary, Queen of Scots, her hunting match,
from India, 97.

Grass, Fiorin, Memoir on, reviewed, 401. Merino Sheep, account of, 416.
Description of, 402.

Meteorick Stones, 4:24.
Gustavus Vasa, anecdotes of, 299.

Milton, Anecdotes of, 69. Sonnet by, 70.
Gunpowder, mode of drying, 148.

Translation of his poems by Cowper,


Minstrel, the continuation of, reviewed,
Halls' Travels in Scotland, 68, 69.

Hamlct, 289.

Midnight Storm, a Sonnet, 408.
liamilton, General, letter from Miranda Miranda, General, his scheme to emanci.

pate South America, 33 to 41. Sufferings
Hawk, Dwarf, account of, 425.

of the Crew of two of his Schooners, 44.
Herbster, Madame St. her novel, review. Mitchell's, Miss, Tales of Instruction, re-
ed, 383

viewed, 406.
Ililaire, Geoffry Saint, his observations Monjouick, Attack of Fort, 183.

on Crocodiles, 335.

to, 37.

Montague, Lady M. W. and Fielding, 334. Sheep, Anecdote of a, 275, Merino, account
Moore, Anacreon, his novel, 332.

of, 416.
Moscow, City of, 294.

Shenstone's Pastorals parodied, 335.

Shrike, account of, 425.
Nelson, Lord, Anecdote of, 290.

Sydney, Sir Philip, Memoirs of his life
Nubilia in search of a husband, reviewed, and writings, reviewed, 73. His travels,

75 to 77. Favourite of Queen Elizabeth,

78. Plans his Arcadia, 79. His death, 81.
Oil, use of in burns, 429.

Smith, Miss, her fragments in prose and
Opie, Mrs. Poetry by, 355.

verse, 106.
Owenson, Miss, her“ Woman, or Ida of Soapsuds, experiments on, 284.
Athens,” reviewed, 8.

Sonnet of the Fifteenth Century, imitated,

Paley, William, D. D. Memoirs of, re. Socivisca, a famous Robber, 350.
viewed, 386.

Souworow, biographical anecdotes of, 407.
Paoli, General, Memoirs of, 122. His ac- Spider, observations on the, 348.

quaintance with Boswell, 126. Flies to Staël Madame de, herletters of the Prince
England, 129. Returns to Corsica, 130. de Ligne, 217.
Goes back to England, 132. His death, Stanzas addressed to Mr. Pratt, 427.

Steele and Addison, 416.
Paradisea Tristis, account of, 426. Steele, Mrs. Ann, her works reviewed
Pen, to promote facility in writing, 285. 187.
Petersburgh, St. description of the Church Steele, Sir Richard, anecdotes of, 363.
in, 291.

Steenkirk, battle of, 180.
Pinckney, Lieutenant Colonel, his travels Stockholm, account of, 297.
in France, reviewed, 312 to 317.

Sweden, King and Queen of, 297.
Pitt's Negotiation with Miranda, to eman-

cipate South America, 33.

Tales of Instruction and amusement, by
Plants, mode of copying, 284.

Miss Mitchell, reviewed, 406.
Pointer Pig, 174.

Tales of Fashionable Life, by Miss Edge.
Poetry, 70, 139, 281, 355, 427.

worth, reviewed, 373, 381.
Polar Winter, pleasures of a, 118. Taming the Shrew, origin of, 115.
Porter, Robert Ker, his travels in Rus. Tar Mineral, mode of manufacturing, 429.

sia, and Sweden, reviewed, 289. Temple, Laura Sophia, Poetry by, 282.
Potemkin, Prince, portrait of, 219. Theatres, Performers on the London, 301.
Premature erudition, 207.

Tombuctoo, City of, 326.
Press, improvement in its construction, Toulmin, Joshua, his memoirs of Job, an

African Priest, 189.
Prussia, A cursory view of, reviewed, 370. Trefusis, Miss, Poetry by, 282, 283.
Battle of Jena, 372.

Turkish Warfare, Mode of, 220.
Publick Characters of 1809–10. Reviewed,

-Women, 222.

Pyle, James, his death, 138.

“ Under the Rose," origin of the phrases

Quadrupeds, Memoirs of British, review- United States, Miranda's proposal to, 38.
ed, 171. Hares, domesticated by Cow-

per, 172. Pointer Pig, 174.

War, game of, 330.

horrours of, 372.
Reliques of Burn's, reviewed, 10. Ta- Weber's memoirs of Maria Antoinetta,

lents, education and peculiarities of queen of France, 91.
Burns, 11, 12. His Poetry, 15. Origin of Wedding in Wales, 423.
his “ Mary in Heaven," 18, 19. Gene- Wedding among the flowers, reviewed,
ral Remarks, 3.

Revolution, French, reflections on, 237. Whitfield, character of, 45.
Rifle barrel guns and muskets, compared, Wine, sour, restored by charcoal, 429.

Woman, or Ida of Athens, by Miss Owen-
Russia, Emperour and Empress of, 218, son, reviewed, 8. Story of it, 9. Foolish,
293. Porter's Travels in, 289.

19. Language and sentiments exception-

able, ib.
Scloppetaria, reviewed, 145. Muskets and

rifics compared, 147. Mode of drying Zouch, Thomas, his memoirs of the life
Gunpowder, 148.

and writings of Sir Philip Sydney, re.
Seward, Anna, Memoirs of, 136.

viewed, 73.
Senetl, battle of, 178

Zoology, Shaw's, extracts from, 425,

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