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712 ROGAL Academy, obfervations on An Apology, for the two ordinances
the present state of the : with cha- of jesus Chrift: the holy communiracters of living painters, by an old on and baptism, seriously recom. artist, 4to.
page 596 mended to the consideration of the Acids, vegetable; information people called quakers, by Robert specting, by M. Crell, 103 Applegarch, 8vo.
117 Adions of the apokles, translated Archæologia, or miscellaneous tracts,
from the original Greek, by the relating to antiquity, published by sev. John Willis, B. D. vicar of the society of antiquaries of Lon Ridge, Herts, 8vo. 172 don, vol. ix. 4tn,
121, 371 An Address to the electors of Great Arulia, or the vidim of fenfibility,
Britain and Ireland, on the approach- a novel, by a young lady, 2 vull. ing general election, by an indepen.
357 dent freeholder, 8vo.
240 Afiatic Researches, &c. vol. i. con- to the inhabitants of cluded
613 Nottingham, occafioned by a letter Allembly's Norter catechism : an exa fent to the mayor, and some other polition, critical, doctrinal, and members of the corporation of that pradical of the, delivered in a sories town, with an appendix on the sub- of fabbath evening lectures, by Miject of the test laws, by G. Wake- chael Arthur, vol. i. 8vo. 61 field, B, A. 8vo.
342 to the dillidents of Eng. land, on their late defeat, 8vo. 466
B. to the freemen of Liverpool, 8vo.
retrospect of to the rev. Dr. , the conduct of, to some of the prin- sev. R.B, Gabriel, D. D. 8vo. Bell. cipal powers of Europe, in a letter And a Letter to R. B. Gabriel, in to a friend, 8vo.
710 answer to facts relating to the rev. The Adventures of John of Gaunt, duke Dr. White's Bampton-lectures, by a
of Laucaster. By James White, esq. member of one of the uviverlicies, author of Earl Strongbow, Conway 8vo. Gardner. -And an appeal to the
Castle, &c. 3 vols. 12mo. 713 membersof the University of Oxford, Exalted Affection : or Sophia Prin. relating to Dr. White's Bampton
gle, a poem, by the sev. w. Cole, ledures, by no academic, 8vo. 8vo. 352 Kearliey
63 Albert, the confidencial letters of, New Bath Guide, a postscript to
from his first attachment to Char. the, a poem, by Anthony Pasquin, lotte to her death. From the Surrows 8vo.
442 of Werter, 12mo.
357 Benjamin, experiments on the sale of, Alfred's appeal, containing his address by M. Hermstadt,
104 to the court of King's Bench, on the Bibliotbeca Americana, or, a chronolosubject of the marriage of Mary gical catalogue of the most curious Anne Fitzherbere, and her intrigue and interesting books, pamphlets,
with count Bellois, 8vo. 238 ftate-papers, &c. upon the subject of Amusement, a poetical efsay, by Hen- North and South America, 400. 631
sy James Pye, csq.410. 496 Biograpbia Britannica; or, the lives An Answer to the bisop of Coma- of the most eminent persons, who
na's paftoral letter, by a protesting have flourished in Great Britain and catholis, 8vo.
385 Ireland, from the earliest ages to the Apologist, for the religion of naa prefent times : coilected from the belt Vol. LXIX.
authorities, printed and manuscript, any degree, from the year 1659, ta and digested in the manner of M.
235 Bayle's historical and critical di&io. Car. Lud. ! Heritier Cornus, Specie pary, the second edition with correc
men Botanicum, fiftens Descriptiones en tions, enlargements, and the addition
Icones Specierum Cerni, zinus cognita. of fone new lives, hy Andrew Kip- rum, Paris, large folio. pis, D.D.F.R S. and S. A. with the Proteflant Catechism, for the use of altistance of the rev. Joseph Towers, young persons, originally publish. LL. D. and other gentlemen, vol. iv. ed in French, and translated by S. folio,
470 Bilops, an address to the, upon the An exbortation to all Christian people, subject of a let:er from one of their
to refrain from Trinitarian worfhip, Jordfhips to certain clergy in his
the second edition, r2mo. 478 diocese, 8vo.
343 Characters of the kings and queens a letter to the, on the ap- of England, selected from different plication of the protestant Dissenters histories, vol. iii. by J. Holt, 8vo. to parliament for a repeal of the
2; corporation and test acts, 8vo. 344 Two Charges, delivered to the cler. Blansay, a novel taken from the gy of the archdeaconry of Leicester,
French, by the authur of Vidorina, in the years 1786, and 1987, by the Louis, and Nina, &c. 2 vols. 12mo. rcv. Andrew Burnaby, D.D. 8vo. 357
585 The Blunders of Loyalty, and other Chemistry, the first principles of,
miscellaneous poems; being a selec- by Wm. Nicholsot, 8vo. 651 'tion of certain ancient poems, partly
elements of, in a new on subjects of local history. Together fystematic order, containing all the with the original notes and illustra- modern discoveries, illustrated with tions, &c, The poems modernised by thirteen copper-plates, by M. La
Ferdinando Fungus, gent. 4to. 355 voifier, translated from the French, Boxing, a letter on the practice of, ad- by Robt. Kerr, F. R. and A. SS. E. drelied to the king, lords, and com- 8vo.
407 muns, by the rev. Ed. Barry, A. M. A Chew of tobacco, for certain gedand M. D. 8vo.
tlemen in livery, by a member of Brother Tom to brother Peter, or Pe. parliament, 8vo.
597 ter paid in his own pence, with the Christ crucified : or, the scripture articles of partnership between the doctrine of the atonement, briefly Devil and Peter Pindar, esq. an his. illustrated and defended, in four distorical epistle, by a muon-raker, 4to. courses upon that subjed, by Caleb
Evans, M. A. fmall 8vo. 163 The Brunoniad, a poem, in fix can- a hiftory of, for the use of
161 the unlearned; with short explana
tory notes, and practical reflc&tions,
by W. Dalrymple, D. D. 8vo. 299 C.
Christian Sabbath,' the observation
of the, recommended to the higher THE fair Cambrians, a novel, 3 vols
. degrees in life, by a minister of the 712
estab.ished church, 8vo. 113 Camphor, an oil not nearly so vo- Christianity, influence of, on the
lacile as commonly supposed, accord- condition of the world : a sermon ing to the informacion of M. Kunse- preached in Trinity-chapel, Conmuller,
duitestrect, on Sunday, Dec. 1}, Cancers, a treatise on, with an ac- 1789, by Thomas Coombe, D. D. count of a new and successful me
23! thod of operating, particularly in
the grounds and reasons cancers of the breasts or testis, by of the truth of, by way of ques.
Hon. Fearon, third edition, 8vo. 230 tion and answer, deligned for the use Contabrigienfes Graduati; five Catalo- of younger, and less inftruded Chrif. gus, &c. an alphabetical list of the tians, by the late rev, Mr. Milway, names of those on whom the unie
712 verúty of Cambridge has bełtowed The Christian's spelling-bouk, intendo
ed for the use of fchools and private Cookery, the English art of, according
schools, by J. Blaynıires, 8vo. 600 pleat guide to all housekeepers, on a
and Pastry : as taught and
and test acts, bifhop Sher-
the, 8vo. 347.— The dispute adjuft-
and cest acts, a dialogue
grams, against the whigs, alias the Sherlock on the, 8vo.
and telt-acts, the oppres-
715 and tendency of the, exposed in a fer-
237 25, 1790, by S. Pearce, 8vo. 469
and cest-acts, observations
and test-acts, a collection
instructions to constables, petty con- meetings of the clergy of the
717 and of the society for promoting
that of the church of England, take into consideration, the late ap-
343 Cures from Velno's vegetable syrup, an
Great Britain and Ireland; and the M. Curioni, written by and for, Methode
594 coise, traduits par des Idiomes Italiens,
la longue Angloise; avec des commentaires
co the rev. Dr. Price, from a cler di moise ad uso de principiante nella
352 an eslay, for a nosological and com-
parative view of the, and the Scar- origin, chara&er, and views of the,
the rights of, to 2
708 compleat toleration afierted, con,
tainiog an historical account of the
teft laws. Third edition, 8vo. 339
Diflenters, a letter to a nobleman, cou.
taining confiderations on the laws
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on the repeal of the corporation and 3oth of January, 1790. By Edward
Owen, M.A. 8vo.
on the motion of Mr. Fox, for a re- represez ta:iun. By Mrs. Hughes,
351 Duelling, fridures on; felected from
on the repeal of the corporation and additions, by a gentleman, late of
466 Dying wool, filk, and cotton, the art
gainst a charge of plagiarism from M. Hellot, M. Macquer, and M. le
Roberts, M. A. fellow of king's col- of, traced through the three king-
lege, Cambridge, 4to. 156 doms of nature. Translated from the
Pilkington, 2 vols. 8vo. 133, 447, tren cantos. By Robert Alves, A.M,
Education, lectures on. Read to a so-
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Ele&ricity, the air-pump, and the bag
declaratory of the principles of the, and remarks on; with the defcrip
demonftrate their existence, and to
cularly in those states in which they The Female's medication; or, common
By E. Peart, M.D. 8vo. 286 crigrammatic satire, 4to. 471
public proceffions of, by J. Nichols, causes are exhibited in a new point
ib. idea of their emancipation in the co-
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354 -2. The patriotic jourual, concern-
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Foflil-wood, remarks on, by M. Sage
the second part of Gabriel Quecast, Fragments of original letters, of ma.
470 dame Charlotte Elizabeth of Bava.
Ddd 3 ria,