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22. Similarity of the ftory of
Oifin to that of Fingal, 26.

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Spe-
cimen of the marvellous from Moira
Borb, 29.-Wat odes, 30.- Love
elegies,
Bruce's travels to difcover the fource
of the Nile, 43.-Trade of Africa,
Arabia, and India, originally car-
ried on by caravans to Affyria, 45.
-His opinion of the flave-trade,47.
-Christianity introduced into E.
thiopia, A. D. 333; and the fmall--
pox, A. D. 356, 51-Exerts his
medical abilities fuccefsfully at Gon-
dar, which eftablishes his credit and
character, 255.-Cuftoms among
the Abyflinians, 257.-Proceeds on
his journey, 259-Difcovers the ob-
jea of his undertaking, 264.-Exa-
mination of his abilities as a travel.
ler, an antiquary, and a philofo-
pher,

657

Eurgefs's fermon on the divinity of
Chrift,
567
'Burke's refle&tions on the revolution
in France, 517 -Remarks on, 685.
-Reply to, 694. See Vindication.
Burney's, Dr. hiftory of Mufic, vol.
iil. and IV. 618.-Invention of re-
citative, 519.-Origin of the ora
Borio, &c. 621.-Introduction of dra-
matic music, 625.-Or the italian
opera, 625.

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539

Collectanea de rebus Hibernicis,
Comments on the convention with
Spain,
697
Conduct of the parliament of 1754
confidered,
349
Confiderations on the expediency of
revding the liturgy and articles of
the church of England,
448
Contraft, the, written for the use of
Sunday fchools,
558
Cooper's, Dr. fermon for the benefit
of the Charity and Sunday-fcheols
at Great Yarmouth,
209
Copper used in ancient medals, and
cutting inftruments, analysis of, 441
Cork Lad of Kentmere, account of
the,
243
Correfpondence, 104, 224, 344, 464,
534, 704
Cotte's memoir on meteorology, 197
Courtenay's philofophical reflections
on the late revolution in France,456
Criticisms on the Rolliad, part I. and
II.
180
Cunningham's Inquiry into the Co-
pernican fyftem,

Curious facts and anecdotes not con-
tained in the memoirs of Philip
Thickness, efq.
460

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Ddinburgh royal fociety, tranf-
actions of the,
466
Edwards', Dr. G. royal and conftitu-
tional regeneration of Great Bri-
tain, 174.-Analytical account of
the work, 176.-Obfervations rela-
tive to futurity, 177.-General cha-

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practical means of effectu-
ally exonerating the public bur-
thens, &c. without new taxes or
loans,
Edwards', Dr. Tho. fermon on the
predictions of the apoftles concern-
ing the end of the world, 328
Elements of the Latin language, 461
Englefield's, fir Henry, letter to the
author of the review of the cafe of
the proteftaut diffenters,
549
Engifh verb, differtation on the, 148
Epistle to James Bofwell, cfq. on his
long-expected life of Dr. Johnson,

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out grounds,
Gauffen's account of improvements in
various inftruments fubfervient to
philofophy and the arts, 551
Geddes', Dr. anfwer to the queries,
councils, and criticisms relating to
his propofals for a new tranflation
of the Bible,
Geminiani, account of,

220

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Hales castle, 76.-Innerwick cable,
77.--Cockburn's-Path tower, ibid.
Peach's bridge, ibid.-Nunnery
of Coldingham, ibid.-Home cal-
tle, 8.-D.yburg abbey, ibid.--
Caftle of Berwick upon Tweed, 79.
-Abbey of Kelo, 139-Rox-
burgh calle, ibid --Abbey of Mel-
rofe, ibid.-Abbey of Jedburgh,
14.-Caftle of Godieland, ibid.
Minto tower, ibid.Collegiate
church of Biggar, ibid.-Bog-Hail
cate, ibid.-Collegiate church of
Murton, ibid.-Hoddam caftles
b-Spedlin's caftle, 142.-For-
therold castle, 143.-Cowhill tower,

id-Friar's carfe, 144.-Morton
catie, ibid.-Sanquhar cattle, ibid.
--Bow Butts, ibid.-Clofeburne
Etle, 145-Lag castle, ibid.—
Aimsfield tower, ilid.-Dumfries
bride, 147-Caerleverock cattle,
ibid-Druidical ftones near the kirk
of Holywood,
148

rottos newly discovered in Italy, 87

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memoirs of religious diffen-

452

fion,
Hitory of Scotland. See Pinkerton.
of Greece. See Mitford.
of Henry II. See Berington.
of the Pharifees. See Twining.

letter to lord North,
letter to,

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ووة

700

ibid.

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Ledyard. Mr. undertakes a journey
into the inland parts of Africa, 107
Lennox's Euphemia,

81

Leffons to a young prince, on the
prefent difpofition in Europe to a
general revolution,

455
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Nile. See Bruce.
Nifbett's obfervations on the miracu-
lous conception of our Saviour, 329
NOVELS. Arley, 96.-Caroline, ibid.
-Charles Henley, 219.- Dangers
of Coquetry, 339-Devil on Two
Sticks, in England, 219.-Edmund,
or the child of the caftle, 454-
Eloifa de Clairville, ibid.-Euphe
mia, 81.-Fate of Velina de Gui-
dova, 96.-Gabrielle de Vergy, 219.
-Laura, 218.-Letters of Maria,
698. Meredith, hiftory of, 219.-
Negro equalled by few Europeans,
454-Norman and Bertha, 97-
Perfidious guardian, 459.—Pictures

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Bofwell, 210.-D'Ifraeli's defence of
poetry, 212.-Armstrong's juvenile
poems, 213.-Epiftola Macaronica ad
fratrem, 214-Fraucis's mifcellane-
ous poems, 215.-Grave of Howard,
276.-St. James's-ftreet, 331.-
Complimentary epiftle to Mr.
Bruce, 333- Sonnet by Mary,
queen of Scots, 335-New Spain,
336.-The garden, 409, 413 -The
obferver, vol. v. 421, 422.-Car-
men feculare pro Gallica gente tyrannidi
Ariftocratica erepta, 454-Sonnet to
melancholy, 516-Pearfon's poems,
533-King Afa, 569.-Originat
mifcellaneous poems, 570-Sacred
drama of Jofeph fold by his bre-
thren, 572-Speculator, 634-A.
driano, 660.-Key of natural phi-
lofophy,
703
Political obfervations on the teft-act,

341

Polverel's conftitution of the kingdom
of Navarre,
314
Porfon's letters to archdeacon Travis,
545
Portlock's, captain, voyage round the
world,

345
700

abridgment of,
Poftfcript to the royal and noble au
thors,
Pott's fermon before the royal hu-
mane fociety,

179

93

Price's, Dr. preface and additions to
the difcourfe on the love of our

683

country,
Priestley's, Dr. familiar letters in re-
futation of Mr. Madan,

99

general hiftory of the Chri-
tian church, 155.-The first period,
from the public miuiftry of Jesus
to A. D. 68, 156.-The fecond to
the end of the reign of Adrian, 159.
-The third, from A. D. 138 to the
death of Marcus Aurelius, 160.
The fourth, from A. D. 180 to A.D.
249, 161.-The fifth, from A.D.
249, to A. D. 284, 162.The
fixth, to A. D. 313, 163.-Intend-
ed to fhew that Unitarianifm was the
firft great doctrine of the apostles,
in which the author has failed, 483.
defence of Unitarianism,

450
96

Prison, the, a poem,
Proceedings of the affociation for pre-
moting the difcovery of the inte-
rior parts of Africa,

105

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