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THING A of a PAT283L0T
Admira! Boscarven's proceedings in the 103-107 Easi - Indies
ibid. That a Patriot King ought to espouse no A particular account of the fiege of Ponparty 103
139 The evil of governing by party, in a state The liege raised
104 Character of Cato, the hero of Addison's The evil of governing by party, in a fate celebrated tragedy
ibid. D. divided
The noble and sublime answer which Lu'The manner of publishing acts of parlia- can makes him give to Labienus, about ment in former times 107 consulting oracles
132 A caution in relation to the cambrick afts, Further account of mutiny-bills 133 with an abstract of them
Of the articles of war framed on them ibid. Total of all the French, Spanish, and reu- Pleasant story of K. Charles II. and M. St. tral ships, that have been taken, &c.
134, 135 during the late Frencb war
108 Who were the Cabal in his reign, and the The Journal of a learned and political power they assumed
124 Cius, &c.
109-117 The one thing needíul for obtaining places SPEECH of Cbryfipp:s, in favour of the
135 question relating to pawnbroking
ibid. E, What is meant by usurer and extortioner POETRY. The lover's absence, a new ibid. song, set to musick
136 What the necessities of the buyer, or bor- A pastoral on the death of a young lady ib.
rower, may proceed from ibid. E. On receiving a watch from a lady at partThe taking of an interest for money lent, ing
Written at Mr. Pope's interment 138 Several observations about the natural in- To a friend onder affliction
ibid. terest of money
Life, an ode
139 How the legal interest Mould differ, accord- To the memory of Wm. Redford, Esq; ibid. ing to the difference of the fums lent
On the report of a Bririjis fleet being to ibid. G. be sent to the Balick
ibid. Of lending upon personal security
140 How this matter stood before the establish
Another tranllation of Gabagan's distich ment of our publick funds, and how it
ibid. is at present
113 To Thomas Hill, Esq; on his being elected How this affects our trade and commerce member for Sbrowsbury
ibid. ibid. On the motto under the Arms of Sir Peter How the increase of the property of fo- Warren's chariot
ibid. reigners in our publick funds may affect On the supporters to his arms ibid. the nation
114 Character of Sir Jobn Barnard ibid. SPEECH of Q. Bæbius Sulca, against the The MONTHLY CHRONOLOGER laws for licenting hawkers and pedlars Earthquake in Scotland
ibid. 115 Smugglers apprehended
ibid. Grievances from hawkers and pedlars, and Princess of Wales delivered of a princess ibid.
the advantages they have above the fair Smugglers condemned for murder, &c. 142 and settled trader ibid. Malefactors executed
ibid. How this may affect the landed interest, City address
ibid. the publick revenue, the private pur- Mutiny bill parred
ibid. chalers, and our trade and manufactures Cambrick act commences
143 in general
142, 143 Account of the Gianis Causeway in Ireland Important advices from Barbadoes
143 117 King of Prullia's motives for keeping his Design of a new settlement in Nova Srotia army in readiness to march ibid. for our disbanded soldiers and seamen Translation of the inscription designed for
119 the duke of Argyll's monument. 144 The encouragements given them to settle Marriages and births
ibid. Of our old English constitution
145 Rise and history of mutiny-bills 122, 123 Promotions civil and military
ibid. Abstract of a pamphlet upon the subject Prices of stocks ; wind, weather of the dispute about the treaty of Hanau, Monthly bill of mortality
ibid. and who were the true authors of its FOREIGN AFFAIRS
147 being rejected 124-128 Catalogue of books
148 Consequences of rejeeling it
128 Amicus may be affined, that what he so obligingly proposes, Mall be complied with the fitft Opportunity:- We thank R:ricola for the Continuance of his Favours, are much obliged to bim for his Hints, and shall cake Care to improve them,