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For JULY, 1749.

To be Continued. (Price Six-Pence each Month.)
Containing, (Greater Variety, and more in Quantiry, iban any Monthly Book of the sim. Price. I
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tical Ć LUB, &c. continued : Containing Newcastle in the Chancellorship of the
the SP LECHES of Bojorix, Julius Florus, University of Cambridge.
T. Sempronius Gracchus, and Servilius Prif- XIV, Vaft Improvement of Philadelpbia in
cus, on the Motion for granting 10,000l. Pensylvania.
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Diffection of that of a Filh.
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325, 326


EMOIRS of the life of the late Alltract of Mr. Dodwell's Free Ånswer 10


Dr. Middleton's Free Inquiry Account of his family

ibid, An eitay upon vifion, of a curious question His early entrance upon a military life ibid. in opticks disculled, and addressed to the Remarkable story of him while in the royal Society

321 Durcb service


Admirable structure of the eye ibid. In great favour under Q. Anne ibid Account of the dissection of a filh's eye His behaviour during the war, particularly

323 at the battle of Malplaquet ibid. A summary of the most important affairs He commands the king's forces against the that happened last session of parliament rebels in 1715 297

324 His behaviour in relation to the adminiftra. Account of the controverted elections 325

rion in that and the present reign ibid. Resolutions of the committee of supply, A meditation in the fields, on seeing the with an exact account of the sums grant.

duke of Montagu's herse setting forward ed, and for what purposes

for his interment in the country ibid. B. How they ought to be distinguished Ceremonies observed at the installation of Resolutions of the committee of ways and the knights of the Bath

298 means for raising the supply 327 Defcription of the grand Durcb theatre Rise and condition of the three piratical for the fireworks

Nates of Barbary

ibid. The JOURNAL of a Learned and Political A geometrical question folved 328 CLUB, &c. continued

301-317 POETRY. Ode performed in the fenate. Debate on the question about granting to house at Cambridge, at the duke of New

his majesty 10,000l. for reimbursing the castle's installation as chancellor 329 City of Glasgow the fums extorted from Epilogue to the town

33 them by the rebels ibid. A country quarter sellions

ibid. SPEICH of Bojorix against the question On Mr. Stanley, the celebrated blind or. 301 ganist

ibid. The behaviour of the city of Glasgow at Charity, being a paraphrase on 1 Cor. xiii. 331 the revolution, and in the two late re- An ode to solitudo

ibid. bellions, compared with that of other A new song, sung by Mr. Lowe at Vauxplaces ibid. &c. Hall Gardens

332 The loyal and zealous behaviour of New- An ode occasioned by reading Mr. Weft's cafile in the last rebellion

tramlation of Pindar

333 The sufferings of Glasgow in that rebellion, From Anacreon

ibid, compared with those of other places 303 On the late duke of Montagu ibid. Of the consequences of agreeing to the mo- The MONTHLY CHRONOLOGER

334 tion

ibid. Vaft improvement of Pbiladelpbia in Pen. SPEECH of Julius Florus, by way of answer fylvania

ibid. to the foregoing


Court-martial for trying the men belonging The merits and sufferings of Glasgow dir- to the Cbefterfield man of war. ibid. played

ibid. cc. Riots in the Strand and Old-Bailey ibid. That an invasion with a small number of Malefactors executed

334, 335 troops, is more to be dreaded than one Ceremony of installing his grace the duke with a greater number, and a remark- of Newcabile in the chancellorship of the able story to that purpose 306 university of Cambridge

ibid. Case of Newcastle and other places 307

Sessions at the Old- Bailey

335 Case of Carlisle 308 Marriages and births

336 SPEECH of 'T. Sempronius Graccbus against Deaths

ibid. the motion 309 Ecclefiaftical preferments

337 The relief proposed examined on the foot

Promotions civil and military ibid. of justice, compassion and gratitude 310 Perfons declar'd bankrupts

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338 answer

313 Monthly bill of mortality The lords proteft in relation to a road- FOREIGN AEFAIRS

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Catalogue of books


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