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382

578

578

May 8. The Speaker's observation on the Speeches of Mr. Fox, Mr. Courtenay, and Lord
Lords amendment of a money bill

466
North

583
May 12. Debate of the Committee of Supply 469 July 10. Business of the day

474
May 13, 14, and 15. Subject of the debates 469 July 15. Report about the officers of the regi-
May 19, 20, and 21. Affair of Powell and ment raised by Col. Erskine

475
Bemöridge

469 July 16. King's speech at the close of the lef
May 23. Mr. M. Lloyd's motion on the Bank

lion

475
470

HOUSE OF LORDS.
May 26. Debate on Taxes

471 April 14. Debate on the independency of Ire-
Continued

577
land

186
Speech of Lord J. Cavendish

577 May 1. Objections to the East-India Coin
May 27, 28. Account of debates
471 pany's indemnity bill

286
May 30. Bill for preventing bribery at elec- May 2. American manifest and intercourle

471
bill

286
June 2. Bill for regulating public offices May 5. Debate on the loan bill

378
June 3. Pay-Office bill

472 Speeches of Lords Shelburne, Fitz. Williain,
June 5. Drawback on rice, and distrelles in Duke of Portland, Lords Loughborough,
Scotland

472 Derby, &c.
June 6, 11, 12, 13. Short view of each day's May 6. Committee on the American trade
business

473 bill
June 17,
473, 578 Opinion of the law lords on a divorce bill

382
Speech of Lord J. Cavendish

Statement of a writ of error, which gave rise to
Mr. W. Pitt

a decision concerning the legality of bonds of
Lord North
refignation

572
Mr. Fox
580 May 9. Lord Thurlow's speech

573
June 18, 19, 24. Concise account of each day's Queries submitted to the judges

573
business
473 Their answers

574, 575
June 25. Mellage from the King, on the eita. May 30. Question on bonds of resignation 471,575
blühment of the Prince of Wales 474, 580 Bishop of Bangor's speech

575
June 27, 30. Account of the businels in the Speech of Bishop of Salisbury.

575
Houle.

Bithop of Llandaff
Metlage from the King

581
Bishop of Gloucester

577
July 1. Butinels of the day.

Lord Thurlow

577
July 4. Debate on Exchequer salaries 474, 581

Lord Manstield

577
Speech of Lord J. Cavendish

581
Duke of Richmond

577
Mr. Hulley

581 June 3. Duke of Richmond on the great seal 472
Mr. Rigby

582 June 18. The Peers reject the merchants pe-
Lord North

tition

573
Mr. Fox
582 June 25. Election bill thrown out

474
Mr. W. Pitt, Mr. Arden, Lord Surry, Mr. June 36. Reform bill rejected

474
Huiley, and Mr. Lee encourage Mr. Rigby July 7: Insolvent bill thrown out 474

582 July 11. Motion for postponing the Dominica
Speech of Mr. Sheridan
583 free trade bill

575
July 7. Mr. Rigby's motion

583 July 16. King's speech on closing the session 435
Fourth SESSION OF THE FIFTEENTH PARLIAMENT os GREAT-BRITAIN.
Nov. II.
KING's speech to both Houses of

HOUSE OF COMMONS.
Parliament

461 Nov. 11. Debate on the speech and address 476
HOUSE OF Loras.
Speeches of Mr. W. Pitt and Mr. Fox

477
Nov. 11. Debate on the address

580

576

582

476

12

PHILOSOPHY.
ACADEMIES, account of

14 Account of the wings which an artist in London
Account of Thales and Socrates

is now making

567
Account of Pythagoras, and the Italic school 13

of an aerial voyage of Messrs. Charles
of the academies

14
and Roberts

567
of Plato and Aristotle

14 Aeroftatical experiments, principle on which they
of the Stoic lect
14: are perforined

498
of Descartes

16 dir-Balloon at Paris, account of the first 260
of Newton's discoveries

103 Air-balloon, principle on which they rise 498,566
of the aeroftatical ball, from papers Air-balloon intelligence

502
communicated from Paris
260 Aristocie, account of

14
of the late metcors, which have been

B.
feen in England; together with an historical BERGMAN on the economy of the Universe 324
relation of the circumttances which have been Bewley, Mr. character of

258
recorded concerning meteors of the same kind,

C.
during the last and pretent centuries 449, 482 CHARACTER of a true philosopher 106

of the principle upon which the aero- Character of the philofopher of Mallingham 258
statical experiments are performed, and the Conjectures of Dr. Halley on meteors
air-balloons rise from the earca 493, 566 Cut of the acrostatic ball

263

496

in 1733

488

in 1759

Cut of the meteor, as seen at Upper Claplon 494 Meteors, in 1708, 1710, and 1719
D.

451

453
DEGREE of the meridian measured

105

in 1736, 1737, 1738, 1739, 1741 454
Descartes, account of

16
in 1742, 174, 1749

47
Description of the great meteor seen in 1719 451

in 1750, 1754, 1758

488
Divisions of natural philosophy

105 "Meteor in 1758, as scen in various parts of the
E.

illand
ECONOMY of the universe, on the, translated

492
from the Swedish of Sir Torbern Bergman, pro-

on August 18, 1783

492
fessor at Upsal

324

N.
Effect of the Christian religion on the ancient NEWTON's discoveries

103
philosophy

15

0.
Elliot on folutions of substances in air 258 OBSERVATIONS on the late meteor at Edin-
Euler's, Mr. J. A. account of his father's death burgh, York, Wakefield, Peterborough, Stam-

448

ford, Upper-Clapton, St. Edmund's-Bury 493
I.

Observations at Colchester, and in Ireland, on
ITALIC school, account of

13
the late meteor

495
L.
Observations by Sir John Pringle

497
LETTER from Mr. Lexel, of Petersburgh, to Origin and progress of natural philosophy 11, 103
Mr. Magellan, on the death of Euler, the

P.
great mathematician

446 PHILOSOPHER of Mallingham, character of
Letter from Mr. J. A. Euler to Mr. Magell...),

1;8
on the death of his father

448 Plan for determining the height and track of the
Lexel's account of the death of the great Euler

495
446 Plato, account of

14

Progress of science retarded
MAGELLAN, Mr. De, letters to him on the Pythagoras, account of

13
death of Euler
446, 448

S.
letter to, on the comet seen in York, SOCRATES, account of
thire

506 Solutions of subítances in air, by Dr, Elliot 257
Matkelyne's, Dr. plan for observing meteors 448 Stoic tect, account of

1
Meteors, observations on

449
in 1623 and 1676
419 THALES, account of

12
in 1680, 1686, and 1700

meteor

M.

11

12

T.

450

POETRY.
ADDRESS to Meditation

130 Hymn to Thansgiving
Ad Sam. Johntonum, LL. D.

232
to Friendship

IZS
Airs in the Castle of Andalufia

422

1,
in Harlequin the Phantom of a day 422 INSCRIPTION

331
Amanda

505

on Dr. Franklin's stove 233
B.

Johnton's Elezy on Mr. Levet
BRITISH Toasts, by the late Duke of Dorset

232

K.
Benevolence, an ode

552

KNIGHT and the Esquire, by S. Wesley 230
C.

L.
CHARM for Ennui

321

LEVET, elegy on Mr. by Dr. Johnson 232
City eclogue

504 Love, an anacreontic
D.

41

M.
DOOM of Oppression

43

MARRIED man's address to the libertines 424
E.

N.
ENCORE, by the late Duke of Dorfet

503
NATURE the best phytician

321
Enigram on Shakspeare and Voltaire, by Mr.

0,
Holcroft

505

ODE on the Prince of Wales's birth-day 239
Epilogue to Friend in Need

80

P.
to Fair Quaker

167 PROLOGUE at opening of the Hay-market 79
to Lawyer

- 265
to Friend in Need

&
to Cato

131
to Fair Quaker

166
Epistle I. to a lady

125

io Birth Day
Eniftie II. to a lady

167
129
to Receipt Tax

264
*Epistle III.

322
to Lawyer

265
Epitaph

jo

by Mr. Bunner
Epitaph

349
43

spoken át Richmond
F.

230

to the foundling, written by M.
FAREWELL to Bath, by Lady M. W. Mon- keinble

323
lague

505

to Musical Imitations
Flighi of Oleina

- 128
Frerich epigram and trandations

503
503
at Madras

233
to Cato

130
H.

Pullein's vertes en Mrs. Siddons
HAPPY husband
323

REPLY

:

32
432

42

R.
REPLY to Shepherd's return
Rhodoclea, from the Greek

S.
SACRED hymn
Shepherd's return
Siduous, verres on
Song
Stanzıs on friendship
Stageldoir

T.
TROY on, from the Greek

V.
VERSES from a gentleman to his wife, on their
wedding day

424
Vulesior a watch paper

503
by Lord Cheiterfield
322
on Virtue

41
to Dr. William Perfect

424
on the death of a Canary bird 232
233

to a friend, who prefled the late Duke of
42
Dorset to marry for a great fortune 503

W.
WINE, from the Greek of Bacchylides 505,
With, by Mr. Kemble

4**

2.12
3-5

422

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609
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STATE PAPERS, IRISH REPRESENTATION, AND CHRONOLOGY.
ACADEMY-Royal, anniversary of 559 Coventry frigate taken

85, 584
Advertisement, reinarkable one

Curtis Sir Roger, hvis embassy to Morocco 85
Advices from India

85, 560

D.
Algiers bombarded by the Spaniards 2-7 DANTZICK, Pruffian ftate of the dispute with
Algerine account of it
369

598
Amelia Princets, ceremony of her baptiím 272 Dutch preliminary articles of peace 273
American papeis
606 Articles ratified

354
Detinitiv: Treaty

603

E.
Privileges of Proteftants extended to Ruina FAIR FORD Indiaman burnt

564
Catholics

006 Fecundity, extraordinary initance of
N. Carolina act of pardon and oblivion 607 Fires

85, 86, 363, 400
Proteit in favour oi the Loyants

607 Fox Secretary, his letters to the Lord-Mayor
Inttructions to delegates
608

271, 272
Discharge of the arıny
608 France, derinitive treaty with

355
Papers relating to it

G.
Mutiny at Philadelphia

GALVEZ General, his letter to Prince W.
Privileges of Americans trading to the French Henry

177
West India illands
611 Ginevans, letter concerning them

274
State of American debt

611 Gibraltar, list of killed, &c. during the siege 371
American produce, order respecting 84 Grun, veidels loaded with it exempted from qua-
Alizes
171, 2, 3, 4, 5, 269, 2-0 rantine

173
Athol Indiaman, blown up.
564 Grolvenor Indiaman loft

177
Atkinson Chr. convicted of perjury 85

H.
abiconds from his fentence 462 HARVEST plentiful,

273
expelled the House of Com- Haitings Governor, his letter to the Court of
mons

559
Directors

584
B.
Heider Ali, death of

85
BAHAMAS retaken

Henry, Prince William, arrives from Jamaica, 82
Bairam, festival of, rouses the plague

--Sets out for Germany, 170, 171.--His letter
Bank Royal of Scotland

to General Galvez

177
Beer Roop weighed
8.4 Hood Lord, arrives from Jamaica

82
Bembridge, Mr. trial of
85 Iceland eruption at

370
his fentence
India bill rejected by the Lords

559
Blandford Indianan taken

Inuli, important dispatches from

275, 560
Bourne, Lieut. his lentence

8.4 Invernets, address from
Brizleez, tower at

83 Irith representation
C.
Litter to the Duke of Richmond

459
CAISSE d’Escompte, its origin and failure 370 Proceedings of the Delegates of Munfter and
Carleton General, his letter to Curugress 369

Uiter

481
Chandos Duchess of, verdict for

Letter from the Duke of Richmond
Chafer floop retaken

85

from the Earl of Effingham
City addrets to the King

from Dr. Price
King's answer

272

from Dr. Jebb
City address to the Queen

363 Hand Na Roan, pher imenon in
Queen's answer

363

L.
Congress indulted by their army

LASCARS, verdict for

559
remove to Prince-Town
Langrijh thip, phenomenon of

509
ratily a treaty with Sweden 304 Lightning,

82, 83, 84, 85, 170, 171,270
Convention of Irish delegates

500

Loyaliits persecuted in America, 178.-Their
Motion on their refolutions being rejected by inemorial to General Carleton, 368.-Gu-
the Commons
560 neral's aniwer

308
Adjourn

M.
Convicts transported, run the thip on thore 272 MACKENZIE C.pt.charged with murther 364
Corn, scarcity of in Scotland
176 Mahrati?s, treaty of peace with them

352
Memorial concerning it

capture the Ranger

502

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Matthews

461

Matthews General, his success in India, 275...
Takes pollesfion of Bednure and Cundapore, QUARANTINE enjoined

171
Storms Onore, 275:- Takes Bednure and Quarantine taken off velleis from Dantzick 175
Mangalore, 561.- Quarrels with his officers Quakers petition

614
and army, 561.---Loles Cundapore and Bed. Queen delivered of a princess

173
nure, 593.-Overpowered by numbers and

R.
taken prisoner

563 RAISONNABLE, mutiny on board of 85
Mayor, Lord, clected

363 Ruthia, Empress ot, her inanifefto on entering
Meteors

175, 364

the Crimea 275.-Her answer to the proffered
Middleton colliery, accident at
82 mediation of France

371
Ministry, change of

559 Ryland, W. Wynne condemned, 172.- Exe-
N.
cuted

271
NEWGATE, execution at

S.

559
New-York, general order at

369

SHERIFFS, names of
Nova Scotia, order concerning lands in 171

Spain, definitive treaty with

360
Si. Asaph, Dean ot, his trial put off 271
0.

Storm, general one in France
OLD-Bailey feflion 259, 172, 273, 460 Stuart, General, his dispatches from India

371

620
P.
Sutherland, Mr. verdict for

86
PARLIAMENT meets
460 Swindale river, violent swell of

270
Speech to both Houses

461

T.
Parliament, Irish, ditlorved
176 TAMWORTH mills burnt

170
New one aileinbled

365 Thunder storm

169, 269, 270, 271
Speech to both Houses
365 Tobacco, order concerning

460, 462
Address to the King

W.
to the Lord Lieutenant

367 WALES, Prince of, introduced into the House
Peace proclaimed

364 of Peers, 460.--Ceremony on the occasion,
proclaimed in Dublin
395 461.- Into the Privy Council

462
Praver, form of, on the Queen's delivery 175 Wall, Lieut. Col. acquitted
Plague breaks out at Contantinople, &c. 170 Washington, General, his circular letter 178
Provisions, embarro on them taken off 272 His farewell orders
Prutlia, King of, sorbids his lubjects to kneel co Address in antwer

613
bim

073 Wear, river, overflows

366

174

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MODERN BIOGRAPHY.

"Page
ORD North

Mrs. Cowley
Sir Joshua Reynoldo
8 Sir Edward Hughes

247
Mrs. Abington

9
Mrs. Yates

250
King of Hia
87 Lord John Cavendish

327
Sir George Augustus Eliott

97
Dr. Williain Hunter

329
Mrs. Brooke

Miss Seward

33)
Duke of Portland
167 Lorj Howe

407
Right Honourable Charles James Fox 169

MODERN IMPROVEMENTS IN THE ARTS.
Account of the Society for Encourage- Particular Description of the le.eral Cafts
ment of Arts, Manufactures, and Com-

and O'naments of the Royal Academy 178

12 Intende:1 Exhibition in the Adelphi ibid,
Plan for facilitating the Acquirement of

Cultivation of Pocates

179
the Latin, German, and Spanish Lan- The Calcareous Cement

ibid.
guages

13 | Description of the several Carts and Orna-
Cultivation of Siberian Barley

103 ments of the Royal Academy, concluded 256
Experiments by General Eliott

104
Exhibition at the Royal Academy

335
Account of the Public Offices erecting at Exhibition of the Society of Artists ibid.
Somerset House -

174 | Mr. Barry's Exhibition in the Adelphi ibid.

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SEATS OF THE NOBILITY AND GENTRY.
Description of Hurstbourne Park

14 | Description of the late Sir Gregory Page's 269
Description of the late Mr. Garrick's 104 Descript on of Sir Charles Algill's
Description of Foot's Cray Place

180 | Defcription of the Polygon, Southampton 420

MISCELLANY.
Philosophical Survey of the Works of Na- Fair Ellen; an ancient Ballad, not in Dr.
ture and Art. Number I.

14

Percy's Collection. By Mis. Cowley 275
On Sincerity
18 Specimen of Alliteration

276
On the Acquirement of Languages

19

he Dean of Glouceiter's Addition to the
On Epiftolary Correspondence

Third of his Four Letters -

278
Philosophical Tranlations.

Sir James Riddell's Letter to the Coroner's
Mr. Smeathman's Account of the Ter.

Inquest on his Son's unfortunate Duel

379
mites

23 | Account of that unfortunate Rencontre by
Three Letters to the Idler, by Sir Joshua Captain Topbam and Lieutenant Cun-
Reynolds
30 ingham

280
The History of Amelia Harley

35 History of Captain Winterfield, concluded ibid.
The Busy Body. Number VII.

39 Phil Sophical Survey of the Works of Na.
The Oxonian's Sentimental Trip to Lon-

ture and Art. Number V.

339
don, concluded

41 Philosophical Trantáctions.
Philosophical Survey of the Works of Na-

Account of a Luminous Appearance in
ture and Art. Number II.

105
tie Heaves

343
Vanity of Popular Preachers

I10 Account of an Earthquake at Hafodu.
Letter from Paris

nos, near Denbigh
Junius, on a more equal Representation 113 Account of the Appearance of the Soil
The Busy Body. Number VIII.

114 at opening a Well at Hanby, in Lin-
Philosophical Survey of the Works of Na-

colnshire

344
ture and Art. Number III.
181 Cecilia Wevil. A Moral Tale

345
Philosophical Transactions.

A Card to Mrs. G*** ef L***.

351
Mr. Smeathman's Account of the Ter- Tire Busy Body. Number X.

352
mites, concluded -

185 Philosophical Survey of the Works of Na-
Defence of Popular Preachers

191
ture and Art. Number VI.

421
The History of Captain Winterfield 192 Philosophical Trani.ctions.
The Busy Body. Nua.ber IX.

196 On the Ileat of the Water in the Gulf.
Philosophical Survey of the Works of Na-

Stream. By Charles Blagd.n, M.D.
ture and Art. Number IV.

270 Physician to the Army, and F.R.S. 425
Philosophical Transactions.

Ibrahim and Adalaide. An Oriental
Mr. Pennant's Account of several Earth-

Tale -

430
quakes felt in Wales
274 | The Buty Body. Number XI.

433

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Four Letters, by Josiah Tucker, Dean Subjects; addressed to the Earl of Shel-
of Gloucester, on important Nacional

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