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$$8–194. On the affair of the half.pay Everlasting fire in Persia, an account of it
officers

594--604
Decius Jubellius, his speech on the motion Executions at Tyburn, &C- 43, 95, 142,
to address for papers relating to the peace 190, 191, 334, 335, 382, 383, 384,

493

479, 479, 526
Definitive treaty of peace, copies of it Eye, admirable structure of 321, Account
delivered to the members
44 of the diffcction of a fisn's

322
Dialling question, solved

F.
Dingley, Mr. his benclactions to several hur ABIUS Ambuftus, M. his speech
pitals, &c.
26

352
Dilemper among the horned cattle, ac- Fabius Maximus, Q. h's speech io relarion
counts of it 239, 179, 576. Receipy's to the ball pay officers

504
for it 432, 4;5. New order of council Farmer, story of an oli one 162 G.
in relation to it,

Fires

42, 43, 44, 47, 141, 286, 287,
Divoices, in case of dclertion, that quen.cn 383, 384, 431
discuiled ; 0;. Incalz of mutual consent Fireworks in the Green Park play'd off

on account of the peace 191. Description
Dodwell, Mr. ab 0:2? of his free ani ver of the machine, with the decorations

to Dr. Middleton's free inquiry 318. Ab- and inscriptions 102. Difpofition of the
1t Act of Mr. Tull's defence of the doc- fre-works, and order In playing them
tor agiinft hinnat

of 102, 193. Abstract of the number
Dogs dying by feding on the dead carci's of pieces fired on the occafion 197.
of a dier'd builock

Reflections hereon 220. Accidents at
Domitius Calvinus, Cn. his speech for the playing them off

218
chiuse relating to the episcopal clergy in Fire. works in France play'd off 99. In
Sectland

Holland

291
Don Philip, the manner of his meeting his Fishery, northern, some thoughts on it
duchess after eight years ab.ence

217. See Herring and cod Fitheries.
Dvr and Deal describ'd

Fitzoiborne, Sir Thomas, a letter of his on
Dwns, eale sclating to a harhour for Tips portrait painting 171.

Another on me.
det und by contrary winds thicre 69-71. faphors 173. A third against visitors
Pulition of the merchants thout it

by profession

177
Dutch, their prerent condition 214, 215 Fluming, a dreadful fire there

47
Dutch Lait-India coinpany, their proceed- Fcol, extracts from 32, 82, 84, 185, 214,

ings in favour of the stadiulder 147. 226, 280, 407, 538.

and of the West India company 435 Fools, prodigious increare of the family
Dutch lottery

339 of 84. Comical fory of a couple of 85
Dutch theatre for the fire-works, deferip- Ford, Mr. robb'd
tion of

300 Foreigners, how the incrcale of their pro-
E.

perry in our publick: funds may aflect the
paljon

114
Arthquake in Scocard

141 Foundling hospital, a grand appearance

Ge- there to hear Mr. Handel's mulick, with
neral courts to consider of the resolutions

an account of this institurion

239
of the commons abcut the reduction of

France, promotion of otħcers there 47.
their interest

575, 576 The peace proclaim'd there, with great
Eaft-riding of Yorkshire, a description of rejoicings 99. Popular edicts there 147.

250 How we might have prevented her be-
Ellipse, lunar, on Dec. 12, types and Crmning powerful at sea 279. D. Other

calculation of it, 487. Of the solar edicts therc 387. And an arret in re-
eclipse on Dec. 28, 433. Several inge- lation to monasteries

435
nious remarks concerning it

489 Fre and candid disquistions relating to
Electi os, account of the controverted ones the church of England, abstract of that
325 treatise

417, 460
Electricity, queries in relation to it 269. Fredom of speech the bulwark of liberty
obfervations in relation to ir 371 F.

82
Oi the laws of it 470. Medical ex- French evacuate the towns in the Nether-
periments of isib d. F. A fultian frock

hands 47, 99, 1.47. They improve their
fet on fire by !!
586

291, 531
Fizaicin, quien, he chara?c 7, 8, 394 Trench rollers

57
ly, remarkable lines thate

4-9
Frust, a moit levere one in Rusia

99
piscopal cleroy in Scotland, debaternine

6.
clavle relating to the

Abogen execuierl, and an account of
vaphis, huniorcus ores 153-166. Rs. his forlo:thances

93
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346

Gaming, the mischiefs of

287 ges they have above the fair and lerrled
Garneit, Mr. abftract of his differtation trader ibid. How this may effect the
on the book of Job

560-563 landed interest, the publick revenues,
Garter, ceremony of electing fix new the private purchasers, and our trade and
knights of

2;2, 287

manufacterers in general 136, 137.
Gatehouse, the audacious rescue of a pick- When the licenting of them began 161.

pocket from thence 44. Proclamation Declared vagabonds by an act of queen
for apprehending him and those con- Elizabeth
cern'd in his rescue

9+ Heathcote, Mr. alderman, copy of a let-
Gavillius, Cn. his speech in favour of the ter from him at Bath 29. He resigns
Glasgow petition

his gown 42.

Thanks of the court of
Generosity and treachery display'd in a re- common-council to him 44, 116, 117
markable ftory of a young gentleman Henry IV. of France, ttory of him 4

370 Herculaneum, extract of a letter from
Genoa, advices from

147, 387 Rome, giving an account of some of the
Geometrical problem 27i. Solved 328. principal, antique pictures found in the
Another solution 395.
Another 564. ruins of it

227
Another proposed

ibid. Heretable jurisdictions in Scotland, money
Geometrical question, construction of 30. remitted to she claimants on their being
Another solved 84. Another proposed 373.

abolished

431
Solved
563 Hernhutters, a new rect in Holland

291
Gloft, speech of, to a certain club near Herring and cod fisheries bill 409. А
St. James's

65-68 plan proposed for the recovery of them
Ghosts and apparitions, the vulgar notion 423, 424. How profitable it has been
of them exposed

513

to the Dutch, and what great advantage
Giants causeway in Ireland, account of it ir might be of to this nation 439-442

117 Hetle, princess of, her birth-day celebrated
Gibraltar, rumours about restoring it 47.

95
Extract of a letter from thence 462. Hicks sohall, sentence of transportation par-
Advices to the same purpose

531
food by that court

575
Glasgow, the fire there 297. Debate on Hobson, col. late governor of Cape-Breton,
the question for granting that city 10,col. arrives in town

478
to reimburse it the sums extorted from Holland, placarts there in relation to the
it by the rebels

301-319. 349–360 revenue 47, 99, 242. Other advices
Government, what it meant by an absolute, from thence 99, 147, 242, 291, 339,
an arbitrary, a tyrrannical, and a free

387
one

209, 210

Horatius Cocles, his speech on the motion
Government, the duty of

472

to address for copies of the overtures for
Grand leignior, a great change in his court a general pacification

590
483

Hudson's Bay Indians, a particular ac-
Graverend described
491 count of them

221 225
Greenwich described
491 Hudson's bay trade

410
Grici, observations on

415
Hall described

251
Humber river

252
H.

Hurford, Mr. Thot by a clergyman, on ac-
Ail-form, account of a mort sur- count of his daughter
prizing one

Hutchinson, Amy, burnt at Ely for poison-
Half pay oficers, debate in relation to ing her husband
them
594--604

I.
Halifax described

347

Acobites, their case, according to the
Hanau, treaty of, abstract of a pamphlet author of the idea of a patriot king
on the subject of the dispute about it, 158.

A criticism on it 199, 247.
and who were the true authors of its Whether those of them who refuse to
being rejecied 124-128. Corsequences take the oaths are to be called fools.
of rejecting it 128. Realons suggested 199. Cale of the Yorkists and Lancar-
for rejecting it 499, sco.

Aniwered trians compared with theirs 200, 201.
503

Whether those of them that take the
Harcourt, lord chancellor, preamble to oaths are to be called knaves 201. Tho
his patent

interest of the present royal family con-
Ilarcourt, lord viscount, made an ear! hidered in relation to thein

201, 202
528 James I. character

8
Havikers and ped!ars, debate on the laws James II. of his abdication, and the re-
for licensing them 115, 16.-17!.

volution
Grievances from them, and the advanta- Janssen, Mr. Meriff, account of his attend.

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247, 248

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556

ing an execution in person

799 1750, 576. Scheme of the proportions
Ingoldiby, general, his case, with remarks Die several counties paid to it, &c. in
154. Copy of col, Colley's letter to him 1693 and 1697, compared with the

155 number of members they send to parlia-
Inquiries, parliamentary, several argu. ment 538. Extracts from a pamphlet,

ments pro and con about them 453, 498 intitled, Confiderations upon a reduction
499, 503, 504, 505, 541, 547, 548, of the land tax

564-566
589, 591, &c. Latton, Mr. the British ambassador to the
Interest of money, that there mould be emperor of Morocco, imprisoned

different rates of it, according to the Tetuan 435. A particular account of
different sums lent and the different se. that affair
curities 58. Of the legal and natural Launceston in Cornwall described

444
interest of money 58, 59.

Some new Laura, with 135 convicts on board, caft
regulati ns propos’d with regard to it away

94
61. Arguments for reducing the legal Lending upon personal security 112. How
interest 63. The taking of an interest this matter stood before the establishment
for money lent justified 110. Several of our publick funds, and how it is at
observations about the natural interest present 113. How this affects our trade
of money, 111. How the legal interest and commerce

ibid.
mould differ according to the difference Letters on the spirit of patriotism, &c. a cri-
of the lums lent ibid. G. Scheme for ticism on that piece 199. 'A second cri-
reducing the interest of the national ticism on it

247
debt 574. The act pass’d 576. Ditler- Lewis XIV. his character

7
tation on the fubject

605 Liberty, publick, a general enquiry into
Invariable dimenfion

271 the nature of it, and how it is to be pre-
Invasion, that one with a small number of served

206
troops is more to be dreaded than one Lieutanancy of the city of London, their
with a greater number, and a remarkable address

95
flory to that purpose

306
Lightning in January

42
Job, abstract of Mr. Garnett's differtation Lincoln defcribed

605
on that book

560-563 Livius Salinator, C. his speech on the
Julin of Gaunt, duke of Lancaster, ac- motion for an address

445
count of him

230 Locufts, great devastation by them in
Journeymen freemen, case between them Germany, &c.

430
and their masters

574, 575

London, of the great fire there in 1666.
Journeymen joiners in France, a combina-

393
tion between them

599

London address 142. Congratulation to the
Ip wich, a motion for holding the summer prince and princess of Wales on the birth
ailizes there

of a princess

190
jubilee, grand ceremony of opening it at London, citizens of, free from all toll, &c.
Rome

274

and a remarkable certificate to that pur-
Tulius Caesar, his character
6 pose

512
Julius Fiorus, bis speech in favour of the Lord chancellors, character of two 419

question for reimburting the city of Glas- Lords address, and the king's answer 513
gow

305 Lovat, the master of, a pension granted him
K.

Luxury the ruin of liberty, and how all
King, his answer to the congratu- the antient free states tell by it 219. Its
lation of the lord mayor and aldermen pernicious cffccts to particular persons,
142. To the city address ibid. His as well as to liates and kingdoms

538
speech at the close of the feflions 280.

M.
His birth-day celebrated 79. His speech KAIDSTONE in Kent
at the opening of the selfion 517. His

Malta, a formidable conspiracy
answer to the lords address 519. To the

Description of the island
commons addi eis

ibid.

345. A further account of the con-
King, Dr. translation of that part of his spiracy

Litin (peech, which relates to the charac- Marcus Valerius, his pretended speech 72
tor of Sir Waikin Williams Wynne 559 Mark Anthony, his character

6
Knowles, admiral, count martial at Dept- Marshal's court, and other inferior courts
ford for (iying him
576, 577

725, 226

Martin's le Grand, St. why it belongs to
ADY, abitract of a letter to one Wertminster

528

Maskwell and Eudocius, their different
Piece

302 characters
Liittis bil for 149, p9;, Fus

Mai-

412

473

400

M

there 339

531

585
291

395, 396

Maurepas, count de, disgrac'd and ba- Navy bill, abstract of some pamphlets relat-
nilh'd

2.42

ing to it 1774-181. The bill pass'd
Mec.enas, favourite of the emperor Au. 239.

Debate in relation to it 253–259.
gustus, his character

216 History of it, and petition against it
Mendip hills, and some surprizing curiosi-

361, &c.
ties

204 Newcattle, duke of, ceremony of installing
Mercurial Clepsydra, an occasional animad- him in the chancellorship of the Univer-
version upon it
211 sity of Cambridge

334, 335
Metaphors, uvlat renders them per- Newton, Dr. a remarkable paffage in his
lect, and some instances of bad ones life of Milton

537
173. Which are the most pleasing, and Nice, congress at

47
some examples of such 174. Of those North, rumours of a war like to break out
which imply allusions 175. Other in- there
stances of impropriety in them 175, North-riding of Yorkshire, description of
176. To what writings they should be
confined
177 Nottingham describ'd

604.
Middleton, Dr. an account and abstract of Nova Scotia, proposals for a settlement

his Free Inquiry into the miraculous there for our dilbanded soldiers and sea-
powers in the primitive church 17. Sub- men, with the encouragements given
Itance of his introductory discourse 17, them for that purpose 119, 120. De-
13. Purport of his preface 18. The fcription of the country isi. Of the
several heads of his book, and in what French inhabitants there 183.

Tran-
manner he treats them 19. Objecions sports fail for it 238. Arrive there 384.
to his argument lared and reluced 20. Copy of a letter from one of the set-
Abstract of Mr. Dodwell's Free Answer tlers there, giving an account of their
to him 318. Abstract of Mr. Toll's De. arrival, of the country, and of their pro-
fence

391

ceedings there 412--115. The manners
Ministers, first-rate and second-rate 504

and dress of the Indians there 471.
Mirepoix, marquis of, the French ambar- Other advices relating to it 574, 575

fador, has his first private audience 335 Novels and romances, a censure on the
Modena, duke of, arrives in England 238. present reigning taste for them, and how
Departs

286
to cure it

226
Money tree in America, project of 533 Numidians, antient, and their skill in the
Money subscription, how the late one was art of riding
made a jobb of

448 Numilius, C. his speech against the Glas-
Moore, Mr. Charles, sometime master-

gow petition 349. Upon the motion
cooper of the Viclualling-office, extract for an address

397
of his care

466

0.
Morgan, lieutenant, shot to death on board
the Chelicrfield

335
its importance to the nation

344
Motions for addreffes on several important Old England, extracts from 183, 279, 393,
affairs, petitions, and orders in last session

394, 539
of parliament 454, 455, 4, 6, 457. Old English confitution 121, 185. And
Mufti at Constantinople depos'd and ba- its present degeneracy

185
nith'd 483. His bad character 490 Oligarchical government, account of
Mutiny bill pass'd 142. Debates on it in pamphlet on that subject 507,505. The

the Houle of Commons 364. In the sentiments of Salust the philosopher con-
House of Lords 365. Extracts from a cerning it, &c.

560
pamphlet, intitled, Seasonable and affec-

Opimius, Q. his speech in favour of the
ting observations on the mutiny bill 535 Glasgow.petition

350
Mutiny bills, rise and hittory of them Opticks, a curious question in, discussed ; 2 I

122, 123. Further account of them Orange, prince of, his proceedings as stadt-
133. Of the articles of war fram'd on holder 47, 99, 242, 201, 387,579
then

ibid. Orange, princess of, her birth-day cele-
N.
brated

479
APLES, king of, exerts his au- Ordination. See Episcopal clergy in Scor-

land
bro, and is in danger of being surpriz'd Orleans, late duke of, his character

by the Algerine coriairs 435, 436 Oxford city describ'd
Narborough, Sir Jobn, his actions

273

Oxford address, copy of it, intended to
National debe, state of, for 1748, 457, have been presented 31. A motion ar-
Scheme for reducing the interest of it gued in the King's-Bench in relation to

574
that University

44
National debts ard high taxes 214 Oxford almanack, explanation of 527
Natural philosophy, a questicn in 229

Oxford

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Oxford, ceremony of opening the Ratcliffe Philosophical transactions, the whole con-
library there

tents and some account of No 486, 469
Oxiordnire, a description of

21-24 Phocion, his speech in favour of a question
P.
relating to pawnbroking

57
APER credit bill with respect to the Place, John, executed on board the
American plantations

Chesterteld

28z
Parliament prorogu'd 28. A summary of Places, the one thing needful for obtaining
the most important affairs that happen'd them

135
during the leflion 324, 360–368, 405 Political Club. See DEBATES.
-412, 454. Further prorogued 382, Pomponius Atticus, his speech against the

527 motion to aduress for letters and papers
Party, that a patriot king ought to espouse relating to the peace

sai
none 103. The evil of governing by Pondicherry, an account of the liege ot,
one in a ftate united 104. The evil of 129. The siege raised

131
governing by one in a state divided 104, Popilius Lænas, C. his speech in favour of
&c. How a patriot king thould conduct the motion to address for letters and

lumself with regard to parties 157 papers relating to the peace 544
Patriot king, the idea of 1-107, 157 Poplicola, his pretended speech
-160. How to conduct himself with Portrait-painting

170
regard to parties 157. Even in the Portugal, king of, his instructions to his
greatest extremities ibid. After a con- son the prince of Brazil 387. Other
trary conduct in former reigns 158. A' advices from thence

531
digreflion, applying this to the case of Pofthumius Tubertus, bis pretended speech
the Jacobites
ibid. E.

72 F.
Pawnbroking, debate on a question relating Poultry, the fire there

to it 55–65. Source of the oppression Pretender, the young one, advices con.
in this trade 60. Arguments against cerning him 47, 147, 242, 291, 339,
giving a legal sanction to it 64. How

387, 435, 519
it is the bine and deltruction of the Prices of Itocks for each day 46, 98, 146,
poor ibid. Conclusion of the debate on 290, 338, 386, 434, 482, 530, 5.3
this subject

JO9--115 Prince Frederick packet.boat, taken by the
Peace proclaimed 94, 95. General Algerines

241
thanksgiving for 191. The grand fire- Private life of a prince

3--10
works on account of it played off 191- Private revenge and publick justice
193.
Observations upon

397, 401, Privy councils, of the antient ones, and
&c. 445. Whether it can be called an what they are at present
honourable one 447. That the terms of Protest in relation to a road bill

317
it were better than could be expected Prussia, king of, his motives for keeping
452. Debate on the motions for ad. his army in readiness to march 143.
drofling for letters and papers relating to His letter to the king of Great Britain

it 493--505. 541-550. 5:3--:94 concerning the state of affairs in the north
Penler, Boravern, one of the rioters in the

196
Strand, executei, 479. Petition of the

O.
Middlesex jury for him and Wilson (19. UAB, a 6th so called in Russia, an ac.
A truc state of his care, from a pamphlet count of it

470
wroie by Mr. Freling

520 Questions, mathematical. See Astronomical,
Pennant, Sir Samuel, chosen lord mayor Geometrical, Dialling and Surveying
432. Sworn in at Westminster

479 Quintus Mucius, his speech on the motion
Pensylvanians praised for their universal tole. for an address

401
ration

184

R.
Penzance in Cornwall, a new description of

566
Perpetual motion, the absurdity of it de-

230
monstrated

Ratcliffe library, the ceremony of opening
„Persia, the everlasting fire there

it

156
Petillius, C. his speech against hawkers and Rattan a mort description of that island 471
pedlars

167 G. Reading in Berkshire described 604
Phenomenon, a strange one in Gloucester- Reason and judgment, their remonftrance
Thire

574 against wit and declamation, &c. 555
Philadelphia in Pensylvania, vast improve. Rehels transported and discharged 42, 575
ment of

433

Recorder of London, a new one chosen 44
Plulip II. of Spain, his cruel bigotry 553 Remembrancer, extracts from 121, 133.
Philips, Sir John, founds a fellowthip and 164, 229, 278, 279, 394, 472, 538
scholarth:p in Pembroke-college, Oxford Resistance, how far it may he carried 247.
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