Brulart's (Madame de Sillery) Leçons Essay on Duelling,
d'une Gouvernante à ses Eleves, 494 Evils of Adultery and Prostitution,
Burke's Eetter to Sir Hercules Lan- .
I grife, Bart.
345 Examination (a brief) into the In-
i itler's (the) Diary,
236 crease of the Revenue, &c. of Great
CARMICHAEL's Tracts concerning the Extracts, elegant, instructive, and en-
Peerage of Scotland, in 58 tertaining, in Prese,
Carpenter's (the) Daughter of Derham
elegant, instructive, and en-
236 tertaining, in Poetry,
Carrieres' (M. des) Concise History of Eyre’s Dreamer awake, 235
Carter's Narrative of the Loss of the FESTIVAL of Beauty (the), 110
Grosvenor East Indiaman, 475 Field's Second Letter to the Inhabi-
Charge intended to have been deliver
tants of Warwick,
ed to the Clergy of Norwich, '80 Foreign Articles, ' 92, 481
Chaucer's Pardoner's.Tale, 451 FOREIGN LITERARY INTELLI-
Chester, a concise History of, 462 GENCE,
Christie's Efay on Ecclesiastical Efta- Fourcroy'et De la Porte (M. M.)
: 109 · Analyse chymique de l'Eau Sulsu-
Collection (a new) of Medical Pre- " reule d'Enghein, &c.
e . 353 Frederica; or, Memoirs of a young
Caniputition, the Principles of ww. : 69 st Lady, .
Constitutional Letters, in Antwer to Free Mafonry for the Ladies, 357
Paine's Rights of Man, :"). 347 °Freedom of Human Action explained
Correspondence, 120, 240, 360, 479, and vindi ated, .
480 GARDENSTONE's (lord) Travelling
Cowley's (Mus.) Day in Turkey, 323. Memorandums,
Cowper's Translation of the Ikad atid Generosity, a Novel,
Odyssey of Homer, 241, 361, 50 Genesis, Expofition of the Beginning
Cursory Remarks on an Enquiry into of, i
the Expediency and Propriety of Genlis (Madame de). See Bruları.
· Public or Social Worship, 231 Giipin's Remarks on Forest Scenery,
Cursory Criticisms on the Edition of. &c.
Shakspeare, published by Nahone, Globus coelcftis Cufico-Arabicus Veli-
476 terni Musei Borgiani, a Simone Al-
DELINEATIONS of the Heart, 472 Golden's Triumph of Friendship, 234
Denina (l'abbé) la Pruffe littéraire fous Gouch (Nirs.) the Life of, 477
Frederic II. pour servir de continua. Good's Poenis,
tion à l'Eflai sur la Vie & le Regne Grant's Inquiry into the Nature of
de ce Roi,
48 Zemindary Tenures in Bengal, 61
Dictionnaire, Grammaires, . & Dia- Graves' Mcuitations of the Emperor
logues, Tartares-Mantchoux Fran- .M. A. Autouinus,
95 Grose's Gruniller,
Difícriation on the Querulousness of
224 HALLORAN's Poems,
Duncan's (Dr.). Visitation Sermon,
-- Ode on the proposed Visit
of their Majutics to the City of Ex-
ENTIBID's History of Philosophy,
Hawtrey's Various Opinions of the
Pniluxophical Relormers considered,
Enquiry (an) into the Nature, Defeets,
and Abules of the British Conttitu-
Hedaya (the), or Guide; a Commen-
tary on the Mufiuman Laws, 224
Epistle to Wilberforce,
Hickey's History of Painting and
Epistles, elegant, familiar, and instruc-
Sculpture, Vol. I.
355 High Church Politics,
Eflay un E: clefiaftical Eftabiishments,
Hill's (Brian) Observations and Re-
on Religion, &c.
marks in a journey through Sicily
recen un the Principles of Translation,