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Pembrokeshire. -Rev. Joseph Hall; to the v. of Anthony Storer, Efq. minister-plenipotentiary
Hough, Lincolnshire.- Rev. Francis Barnes, A. to the court of Versailles, during the absence of
B. late of Brazen-Nofe-College, Oxford; r. of his Grace the Duke of Manchester.-

Reva
Eastham, and Hanley William, together with William Jackson, Clerk, B. D. to be Professor
the chapels of Oricon and Hanley Child an of the Greek tor:gue in the University of Oxford,
nexed.--Rev. Stephen Watson; r. of Little vice the Rev. John Randolịh, religned.
Hempiton, alias Arundel, Devonshire. -Rev. To be baronets of Grear-Britain, and the heirs
Mr. Thomas Mends; v. of Holbeton, otherwise male of their bodies lawfully begotten.- John
Holberton, archdeaconry of Totness, co. of Guise, of Highnam Court, in the county of Glove
Devon, dia of Exeter, vice Rev. Mr. Parsons, cefter, Esq.--Sir Andrew Snna Hammond,
religned.- Rev. James Rces; r. of Robertiton, Knight, with remainder to Andrew Snaps
Pembrokeshire. Rev. Thomas Steadman; v. Douglas, E1q. captain in his Majeity's navy.
of St. Chud's, co. of Salop. ---Rev. Thomas
Lund, M. A. of St. John's College, Cumbridge;
r. of Burton-in-the-treet, near Maiton, vice

MILITARY PROMOTIONS.

14 ar-Ofice, .571. 27. Rev. Peter Sidney Swipey, D. D. religncd.

OYAL reg. hoise guards. Mailey Stack

pole, lieutenant. John Athton, of 5 ch DISPENSATION S.

foot, cornet.-- th reg. toot. Gcorge Rooke,

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Hertford, div. of London, together with gent. enlign.---37th reg. 196. Robert Clavering, the v. of Feithain, co. of Middletcx.- Rev. Na from 33d reg. lieutenant.--42d reg. fooi, il baka thaniel Bridges; r. of Waddenhoe, co. of Nor talion. Robert Pourt, captain of a company. thampton, together with the r. of Orlinabury, Robert Franklin, captain tieutenant. Willisin fame co.--Rev. Richard Warwick; r. of Black Frufer, fen. liuten ut. Viliam Antiruther, Torrington, co. of Devon, with the r. ot Polli- gent, enfin.--gift res. foot. James Logan, more, together also with the r. or Huxham, tame Teutenant.-- 56th res, toot. lchu Catan, genta co.-Rev. Dr. Nicoil, chancellor of Weils, and entgn.------king's American reg. Screno Dwigh, chaplain in ordinary to his Majesty ; 1. of Dray. gent, enlign.

----Ucz. 18. zuh reg, diagooris.
ton, co. and dio. of Oxford, together with the Frederick Fletcber Vire, to believtenant-
1. of Abington, co. of Northarnpton, and dio. of 14th reg, toot. Alexander Grant, gcat. enfign.
Peterborough.- Rev. Nathaniel Smith, M. A. -36th reg. foot. Samuel Marthall, from
r. of Houghton in Pickering, with the r. of half pay of late 75th rog, lieutenant in the addin
Belton, Lincolnthire.-Rev. Robert Chaplin, B. tional company. John Campbell, from halt pay
L. r. of Raithby, with the v. of Tachwell, both of late 97th reg. lieutenant in the additional
in Lincolníhire.--Rev. John Caiberd, D. D. v. company. - -37th reg. foot Edirund Henn,
of St. Auguitine, Bristol, with the v. of Port lieutenant. --38th reg. foot. Thomas Probyn,
'bury, with Twickenham annexed, Somerlet of 70th reg. lieutenant. -45th rege foot. ja.
shire.-Rev. Mr. Jonathan Green, of Aihford Ogden, from halt pay of late goth reg. lieutenant.
Bowdler, county of Salop; the first together -52d rez. foot. James body, trom half pay
with the second portion of the church of Buriord, of late 10,41h reg. lieutenalit in the additional
Said county.

Company, John Tanfield, of 102d reg. lieute-
nant in the additional company. 55th reg.
foot. William Brock, gert. enlign.

-60th
CIVIL PROMOTIONS

reg. 3d battalion. Bladen Tinker, of 38th reg. GAZETTE

captain of a company. od res, foot. James

pay Clerk of the Pipe, vice Sir John Shelly, captain of a company.--75th reg. foot. PaBart. deceated.--George Charles Braithwaite, trick I.eefon, of 16th drycoons, lieuto---Royal Esq. one of the equerries to the Duke of Cum- Carrion battalion. Robert N•Ginnis, captain berland.-George Payne, E14. contul general in of a company. James Grant, lieutenant. Joha all the dominions of the Einperor of Moracco.-- Curtis, of the guards, enligne------087. 25. it Everard Fawkener, E14. a committioner. of the reg. foot guards. James Buchanan Riddel, of Siamp Duties, wice William Wafler, E.9.-- Joan roth toot, to be lieutenant.----3d reg. foot. I.ee, Esq. Attorney-General, vice James Wal

Blair, lieutenani. ---roch reg. foot. lace, Eiq. deceatud. James Mansfield, E!q. Wilian Dick, of sit foot guards, captaia of a Sollicitor-General, rice John Lee, E19. Al company. Juln Stisther Ker, licutchant.lured Clarke, Esq. Licutenant-Governor of the 13th reg. foot. Andrew Henderion, gent, en island of Jamaica. ---Thomas Waipoie, Esq. mi- ligni Patrick Miller, gent, enlign.

-22d reg. nitter plenipotentiary to the Elector Palatine, and toot. John Hext, gent, enligni. -471h reg. minister to the diet at Ratisbon.-- Lord foot. William Paxton, lieutenant. Trears Lewitham, lord warden of the Stannaries, and Rankin, gent. entign. Frederick Stephenion, fteward of the duchy of Cornwail.Lord gent. entign.Arrican corps. Robert MonckMelbourne, and Lord Spenfer Hamilton, gen ton, of 3d draguon guards, captain of a company. Hlemen of the Prince of Wales's bed-chamber.- Major-generai Eduard M.tthew to belieutenantColonel Sir John Dyer, groom of the bed. general in the Weit-Indies only.--11t reg. chamber.--Col. Charles Leigh, and Lieut. Ed foot. George Duncan, trom half pay of Major ward Scott, equerries to the Prince of Wales. Waller's late corps of foot, lieutenant.- -24 Hon. Captain G. Fitzroy, one of the grooms

George Groves, gent. entign. ---of his Royal Highness's bed-chamber.

Nov. 8. Royal reg. horse guards. Willian
4 L 2

Thomitum,

of 620 rego

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reg. foot.

-47th

Thompson, quarter-master.m3d reg. dragoon 15th reg. foot. William Strange, from half-pay guards. Williain Barker, lieutenant. -2d of gift, to be lieutenant.-- 27th reg. foot. John reg, foot. Benjamin Edwards, lieutenant. Storey, captain of a company. - sist reg. foot. Jith reg. foot Claus Pell, lieutenant. -13th George Morrison Potts, gent. enlign.if reg. foot. James Lowrie, adjutant. -31st reg. reg, foot. Alex. Seton, gent. enlign. foot. Benjamin Bartlett, lieutenant.

To be Colonels by breirt :-Lieutenant-coreg. foot. Paulus Æmilius Gordon, lieutenant. lonels Duncan MiPherson, of 3d foot guards

-48th reg. foot. Ommaney Wrench, lieut. J. Watson Tedwell Wation, of ditto - James

-59th reg. foot. Zachary Baily, captain of Lumsdaine, of ist battalion ist foot-how. a company: -62d reg. foot. Stephen Howe, ther Pennington, of 2d foot guards—Patrick znajor. William Pendred Naylor, enlign. — Bellew, of iit foot guards-John Byde, of 24 68th reg, foot. Nathaniel 'Cooper, captain foot guards Richard Steynor Jones, of ift George Caser, lieut.-7ift reg. foot. Hugh foot guards. M.Dougal, lieutenant.- -99th reg. foot. Jo To be Captain by brevet :-Lieut. John Thofiah Champagne, captain. William Pughe, mas Layard, of the 54th regiment. lieut. in Capt. Forbes's independent company. Dec. 17. 13th reg. foot. Peter Smith, to Donald M'Donald, lieut. in Capt. Pemble's be lieut. -341b reg. foot. Erskine Fraser, of independent company.

-Nov. 15. rith reg. 711t reg. lieut.--55th reg. foot. Cornelius dragoons, Richard Barry to be lieutenant. Cuyler, of 86th reg. lieut.-731t rog. fooi. 13th reg. foot. Alex. Grant, from half pay of William Richardson, of 3.4th reg. lieutenant. 40ih reg. toot, capt, lieut. ----15th reg. foot. Coote Manningham, of 39th reg. lieut. —-79th Thomas Verner, gent enlign.26th reg. foot. reg. foot. Murdoch M.Kenzie, lieutenant. John Arch. Cumine, captain of a company. B. Watts, gent ensign. Cockburne, gente Bowes Ford, lieiit.----30th reg. foot. Thomas enfign. Matthew Washington, clerk, to be Brereton, captain of a company. John Mar- chaplain to the garrison of Jersey. Thall, capt. lieut. Peirce Rowe, lieut. Tho. Commissions figned by bis Majesty for ibe

army Legge, entign.-35th reg. foot. Rob. White,

Ireland, all dated Oct. 1, 1783 from halt pay of late 857h reg. enlign. John Royal Irish reg. of artillery. -John Straton, Bronwin, lieut. Ja. Fitzgerald, gent. enlign. to be col, commandant. Richard Betterworth, 69th reg. foot. Humphry Jeffries, gent. enfign. lieut. colonel. William Brady, major. Joseph John Connor to be turgeon to the General Hof- Shewbridge, captain. pital in the Leeward-islands.---Nov. 22. 7th To be Captain-lieutenants : -James Wilson, reg. dragoons. David Corbet, gent. to be sur Matthew Nash, William Smith, Will. Wright, geon. -10th reg. foot. John Wallhouse, gent. John Daniel Arabin, Charles Moore. entign.----12th reg. foot. Knyvet Willon, cap To be forf lieutenants : William Bucha

-28th reg, foot. William Meacham, nan, George Cowell, Richard Legge, John Bour. lieut. -39th reg. foot. Thomas Hillop, from chier, Arthur Tyrrell, William Moore, sen. hali pay of 39th reg. lieut. -46th reg. foot.

5th reg. foor.

Henry Darling, lieutenant. Freuerick Hely, gent. enlign.-----62d reg. foot. Samuel Cook, gent, enlign. Thomas Falkiner, William Blinkhorn, from half pay of 2d batta gent. enlign.uth toot. Thomas Bligh St, lion, 73d reg, enlign.- och reg. foot. Rich. George, gent, enlign.-----32d foot. Barry YelBrackenbury, gent, enlign.--75th reg. foot. verton, of Uliter provincial reg. lieutenant. William Nichollon, froin 8oth reg. lieutenant. William Henry Eustace, gent, lieutenant. John John Tilt, of 8oth reg. quarter-malter.- Soth Sackville Higgins, of Royal I.einfter provincial reg. foot. John Grani, trom 57th reg. lieutenant. reg. foot. licut.--66th foot. Henry Burge, Miles Mayall, from 57th reg. adjutani.Dec. gent. adjutant. Thomas Talbot, gent. licut. 2. Royal reg. horse guards. Chriitopher Baynes --67th foot. William Sladen, gent. enlign. to be lieutenant. John Board, gent. cornet. Andrew Roe, gent. of 5th fooi, lieutenant. 13th reg, foot. Capt. lieut. Alexander Grant, Theobald Butler, gent. enlign.—1034 foot. captain of a company. William Napier, capt. David Wright, gent. quarter-matter. Ralph lieutenant, William Belford, licut.-Joth Ward Reid, gent. of 66th foot, lieut.—-320 reg. foot. Walter Vandeleur, lieutenant. Boyd reg. foot. John White, of late 104th reg. to be Manningham, gent, enfign.--37th reg. foot. enlign. Thomas Wallis, lieutenant, Henry Lieut, gen, Sir Jahn Dalling, Bart, colonel. Karr, gent, entign. Folter Scott, lieutenant, It reg, foot. Capt. George Don, of the şift, John Boland, gent, enlign. major. Dugald Steward, lieutenant. John Royal Irish regiment of Artillery. Hemmings, gent, eniign. Henry Hamilton, gent. Matthew Young, captain. Joteph Shewenigno - 8th reg. foot. Major-general James bridge, capt. lieutenant. John Daniel Arabin, Murray, lieut. col, coinmandant,

first lieutenant, Richard Thornhill, gent. feRoyal reg, horse guards. James Campbell Pur cond licut. vis, gent, to be quarter-master-6th reg, foot.

Nov. I.

ist reg. horse, Robert Pepys OrmJames Hay, from hali pay of 83d, lieutenant. sby, cornet. - 41h reg. horse. Robert Anstru

-27th reg. foot, Samuel Bowman, gent. en ther, lieutenant. Nathaniel Ligoe Card, gent. sign. --- 46th reg, foot, James Fhilips Lloyd,

-4th reg, foot. Edward Corry, gent, froin hall-pay of late 75ın, lieut.----both reg. enlign.----jooth reg. foot. Robert Montgoit bat.

F. R. Broadbelt, gent, enlign. mery, gent, lieutenant. Francis Ronayne 'Trem. yit reg. foot. Robert Jacklon, gent, enfign.-- both, gent. enlign. -3&d reg. of foot. James g9th reg, foot, Trevor Hull, of 79th, captain Mantergh to be lieutenant. Alexander Rogers, of a company. Major John Eltord to be lieut.

gent, enlign. 66th reg. foot. J. Gordon, gov. of St. John's, Newloundland.Dec. 13. enligne

INDEXES

tain.

Def, 9.

cornet,

I N D E X E S
TO THE VARIOUS DEPARTMENTS OF THE FIRST VOLUME OF
THE LONDON MAGAZINE, ENLARGED AND IMPROVED.

ANTIQUITIES AND NATURAL HISTORY.
Acceed NT the twinanciert miben las dicas Experiment i ronde ith the gum of the Bohona

514
bia, in Italian and English, tranílated from

I.
the Sbozzo del Commercio di Amiterdam, a INTRODUCTION to the description of the
foreign journal, published at Neultad d'Italia

Bohon-Upas
478

M.
B.

MANNER in which the poison is procured 513
BOHON-UPAS, or poison-tree described 512 Microscopic description of the eyes of the Mono-
D.
culus Polyphemus Linnæi

109
DESCRIPTION of the Bohon-Upas, or poison-

O.
tree in the island of Java, translated from the ORGAN of hearing in tih, observations on, by
original Dutch
512 John Hunter, Esq.

107
E.

R.
EXPERIMENT with a gun to prove that fish REASONS why the poison-tree in Java is not
hear
108 destroyed

511

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506

À STRONOMY.
ACCOUNT of Herschell's planet 17 Pigott, Efq. announcing a comet seen at
Account of the measures taken to perfect the York, with observations

506
theory of the motions of the Georgium Sidus

N.
343 NAME of Georgium Sidus

506
Algol, phenomenon attending that star

192
New star in Casiopea

194
c.

0.
CASIOPEA, new star in

194 OBSERVATIONS on Herschell's planet in
Comet seen at York

England

18
D.

Observations on some occultations of fixed stars
DIFFERENT names assigned to the Georgium by the moon
Sidus

Observations on the lunar eclipse which happened
F.
♡ Sept. 10, 1783

345
FOREIGN observations on Herschell's planet 19

P.
G.

PHENOMENON which attends the fixed star
GEORGIUM Sidus, account of

17 Algol, in the head of Medula
H.

S.
HERSCHELL's letter to Sir Jof. Banks, on STARS variable in magnitude

193
the name of the Georgiuin Sidus 506

V.
..

VOLCANO in the moon discovered by Mr.
LETTER to Mr. De Magellan from Ed. Herschell

507

100

21

192

mers

349
167

351

ENGLISH THEATRE.
ACCOUNT of Mrs. Bates and Mrs. Chal-

B.

349 BANNISTER, Miss, first appearance 265
Account of Mr. Bonnor

349 Bates, Mrs. account of
Account of Colman's theatre

78 Birth-day, critique on
Account of Mrs. Crawford's appearance 458 Bonnor, Mr. account of

349
Account of The Fox
267 Bonnor's, Mr. address

349
Account of Friar Bacon

556

C.
Account of the Green-Room

265 CHALMERS, Mr. account of
Account of Mrs. Johnson
348 Chalmers, Mrs. account of

349
Account of Mr. Johnson and Mr. Chalmers 351 Close of the Hay-market theatre

266
Account of Mr. Kemble

Colman's theatre described

78
Account of the Magic Picture
457 Covent Garden opens

269
Account of the Metamorphosis
553 Critique on the Birth-day

167
Account of More Ways than one 554 Critique on the Fair Quaker

166
Account of the Poor Soldier
458 Critique on the Receipi-Tax

168
Account of the Rival Knights
350 Critique on Mrs. Siddons

268
Account of Mrs. Siddons's reception in Ireland

D.
268 DRURY-LANE opens

267
Account of the Westininfter play

EPILOGUE

268

558

26

265

168

558

630 Index to Literary Review, Mathematics, and Mechanics,

App:
E.

O.
EPILOGUE to the Fair Quaker

166 OPENING of Drury-lane
Epilogue to Friend in Need
81 Opening of Covent Garden

259
F.
Opera-House opens

557
FAIR Quaker, critique on

166

P.
Fox, account of

267 PROLOGUE to the Birth-day
Friar Bacon, account of
556 Prologue to the Fair Quaker

165
Friend in Need, account of

81

Prologue to Friend in Need
G.

Prologue and epilogue to the Lawyer
GRETNA-GREEN, account of 267 Prologue at the opening of the Haymarket
H.
Prologue to the Receipt Tax

264
HAY-MARKET theatre closes

266

R.
J
RECEIPT Tax, account of

363
JOHNSON, Mrs. strictures on
348 Rival Knights, account of

350
Johnson, Mr. account of

350

S.
K.

SIDDONS, Mrs. reception in Ireland 268
KEMBLE, Mr. Steph. appears 350 Siddons, Mrs. first appearance this season in lsa:
Kemble, Mr. J. appears in Hamlet 351 bella

351
Kemble, account of Mr. John-his figure, coun Songs in the Birth-day
tenance, and feelings described his judge - Songs in Gretna-Green

267
ment and genius-interior to Henderion 456

T.
L.
TRIUMPH of Honour

168
LAWYER, prologue and epilogue to 265

W.
M.

WARD's, Mr, appearance in Ranger 351
METAMORPHOSIS, account of

553

Westminster play
More Ways than One, account of 1554 Willon’s, Mrs. appearance in Phillis

351
N.
NEW performers

80

LITERARY REVIEW.
ADDITIONS to Johnson's lives of the poets

K.

248 KIRWAN's experiments and observations as
Advice to the universities of Oxford and Cam the attractive powers of the mineral acids 143
bridge

472

L.
L'Ani des Enfans, par M. Berquin 333

LETTERS from a nobleman

48
Andrews's remarks on the French and English Levi's account or the year's

257
Ladies

549

M.
B.
MAGELLAN's glass apparatus

340
BEATTIE's diilertations

49 Memoirs of the Manite in family
Berkenhout on the bite of a mad dog 335

P.
Blair's lectures on shetoric and the belles lettres, PEGGY and Patty

69
2 vols.

429, 537 Philofophical transactions of the Royal Society,
Bright's praxis

Vol. LXXII. Part ll.

242, 350, 4+5
C.

Phyhcal Pridence
CHICHELE, Jife of

253 Potier's inquiries into fome passages in Johnson's
Cuman's Horace

lives of the poets
F.

Pringle's fix discourses, and life by Dr. Kijps
FASHION, an oce, with other poems 552

535
Fatal Curionty

235
Ferguson's history of the Roman republic 59, 149 ROOKE's travels to the coast of Arabia Felix
G.

145
GILPIN on the W ye

S.
H.

SBOZZO del Commercio di Aníterden, a fo.
HANCOCK on eclipfes

242 reign journal, published at Neuitad d'Italia 478
History of the poliucai lite and services of the S; encer's lits of Chichele

253
Right Hon. C. J. Fox

5+2

T.
Hoole's Orlando Furiolo
132 TASKER's Annus Mirabilis

211
Horace to the Piones, hy Colinan

72

Transactions of the Society of Arts, Manutze-

tures, and Co.nmerce, Vol. 1. for 1783 435.
JONES's Moallakat
55

5+
Johnton's lives, auditions to

2.48

W.
WAKEFIELD's St. Matthew

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336

68

R.

44

288

MATHEMATICS AND MECHANICS.
ACCOUNT of a machine lately erected, by Answer to Question 1. and Il,
command of his Maicity, at Windsor, for Antwer to Quiction III. and IV.

259
raising water out of a very deep well, to supply Afwers to Question IV. by the Rev. Mr. Hát
the cantic

195
Lins, and the Rev. Mr. Ganons
4

Anwete

508

Answer to Question IV. by the Rev. Mr. Hel. Answers to Question XI. by Mr. Todd and Mr.
lins

507
Dalby

423
Answer to Question V. by Mr. W. Kay 508

C.
Antwers to Question VI. by Mr. J. Ainsworth CONSTRUCTION of mozic squares 99
and Mr. ). Dalby

D.
Antwers to Quitoa V. by Mr. Isaac D.ulby, Mr. DEMONSTRATION of some properties re-
Heilins, and Mr. G. Sanderson

290 lating to triangles
Antwer to Question VI. by Mr. G. Sanderson 509

M.
Anfwer to ettion VII. by Mr. J. Daiby 509

MAGIC squares

99
Aufwer to Question VII. by Mr. Hampshire 425 Mathematical questions 25, 101, 196, 293, 428,
Answer to Question VIII. by Mr. Sanderson and

510
Apollonius

426

Q.
Answer to Question IX. by Mr. Sanderson 427 QUADRATIC equations, on the roots of

99
Anliver to utition X. by Mr. Webb 427

346

MEDICINE.
ACCIDENTS by drinking iy poison. 347

0.
Account of an infect in a broken tooth, by OBSERVATIONS on the nature and cure of
Dr. Elliot

the Hydrophobia

162
Account of a new cure of the dropfy practised in Obfervations on the plague

197
America

165

P.
D.

PLAGUE, observations on, and mode of cure
DROPSY, new inode of cure

16;
prescribed

197
F.
Preparations to counteract fly poison

348
FLY poison, dangers of

347

R.
H.

REASONS for the infrequency of the plague ia
HYDROPHOBIA, obírvations on 162 England, at pretent

199
1.

T.
INSECT in a broken tooth

346 TOOTH-ACH, occafioned by an insect
M.

245
METHOD of preventing the plague, by Dr.
Cullen

197

120

522

MISCELLANEOUS P A P ER S.
ACCOUNT of the ancient urns

Boyle's lectures, 311---correspondence with
Account of Bethlein hulpital

589

Newton--made Royal librarian--difpute with
Account of the Catpian fea

213

Mr. Boyle about Phalaris, 312---publishes
Account of Capitan Pacha, Lord High Adiniral notes on Callimachus, 313--his differtation of
of the Ottoman empire

4.17 Phalaris, 314-attacked by the wits, 314--
Account of Colonel Dureaux

126

oppoles them tingly, 315--made master of
Account of the loss of the Grof enor Indiaman, Trinity College, 315-ferds corrections on
with the distresses of the crew

304 Julius Pollux to Hemsterhuis, 316--.publishes
Account of Tintern-abbey

39 notes on Cicero's Tuscul. (æs. and on Ari-
Advantages of keeping company with bad men ftoph.--attacks Le Ciere's Menander and Phi-

lemon, 317-delpiles Pauw's answer, 319-
Affray at St. Dunstan'schurch

quarrels with the members of his college, 402
Air-Balloons

534 - antwers the fellows' petition, 404-his re-
Alceus corrected

gulations advantageous, 408---trial on college
Animals live long without food

225 difputes, 411--publishes Horace, 413-at-
Anecdote

229, 12., 323 tacked by various critics, 415-publishes
Ariosto, life of, 31-Audies law, 31---purvues leiter on Malela and remarks on Megjander,

literature, 31-his tutor dies, 32-loses his 416-his remarks on Collins, 526-attacked
father, and takes charge of his family, 32- by Johnson, 52"--chosen Regius professor, 519
fent on embaflies to the Pope, 32--engaged in ---quarrels with the univerfity, 529---degraded,

a law-suit-corrects his poem-dies 33 530--proposals for Greek Teftament-attack
Aristotle, mistake of

29

ed by Middleton-gives up his defign, 532-
. Arts of poetry, painting, and mufic

29 attacked by Cunninghame and Thirlby, 533
Ashton

534 --praised by Walle?
Atheism
123 Bethlem Hospital, account of

350
Authors, their conversation and writing different Bibliotheca literaria

534
124 Boerhaave's dreadiul illness
B.

Bon Ton
BAD men advantageous
419 Burial Place of the Scipios

34
Bearall's, Bam. calamities

306, 419

C.
Bentley, Dr. R. life of, 310---lent young to CAPITAN Pacha, account of

417
college, 3104keeps a school-examines Bod. Ca tor's remark on Queen E izabeth 127
leian MSS.--writes an hexapha--chaplain ta Calpian sea defcribed
Bp. of Worcester--writes on dlalcla- preachicz Cebes, tablature of

25
Character

5

534

200
212

212

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