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An account of all the public debts, at the receipt of his majesty's exchequer ftanding out Jan. 5, 1767 (being old Chriftmas day) with the annual intereft or other charges payable for the fame Supplies granted by parliament, for the year 1767 Ways and means for raifing the above supply
STATE PAPER S.
His majesty's most gracious fpeech to both houses of parliament, on Thursday the 2nd day of July, 1767
His majesty's most gracious speech to both houfes of parliament, on Tuesday the 24th of November, 1767; with the bumble addreffes of both boufer upon the occafion, and his majefty's most gracious anfers The humble addrefs to his majesty, of the right bon. the lord mayor, aldermen, [ibid. and commons of the city of London, in common council assembled, prefented "the 11th of November, 1767, on the happy occafion of the birth of a prince together with their condolence on the death of his royal highness the duke of York; and his majesty's most gracious anfwer [234
His excellency George lord vifcount Tornbend, lord lieutenant-general, and general governor of Ireland, his speech to both bonfes of parliament at Dublin, on Tuesday the 20th day of October, 1767, with their addresses on the occafion, -[235
of William the First
and death of prince Euftace, Jon to king Stephen
of king Stephen
of Siward, earl of Northumberland
of the duke of Berwicks
General character of the Welsh, as it was in the time of Henry the Second Character of the English and Normans
Curious particulars of fome remote nations and tribes of Tartars
of John duke of Argyle
of Henry the Second
of the empress Matilda
of Sir Philip Sidney, with a comparison between him and the celebrated chevalier Bayard
Some account of Mrs. Thomas, the celebrated Corinna
Anecdotes of Monf. de Voltaire in his prefent fituation at Fernez in Burgundy,
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Obfervations upon animals, commonly called amphibious, by authors to 74 A letter from James Parfons, M. D. F. R. S. to the right honourable the earl of Morton, prefident of the royal fociety, on the double horns of the rhinoceros.
A letter to the president of the royal fcciety; containing a new manner of measuring the velocity of wind, and an experiment to afcertain to what quantity of water a fall of fuow is equal
Some carious particulars relative to the growth of rhubarb; how an animal called the marmot contributes to its propagation, and how the natives dry the
184 Some account of the bores, called mammon's horns; and the strange opinions T the Tartars bold of the kind of animal to which they imagine they belonged
Extract from the Theatrico Critico Univerfal. Para Defenganno De Errores Communes, the voluminous work of the famous Spanish Benedictine Monk, Father Feyjoo
Of Spirits prepared by the force of fire, with fome obfervations for guarding againft, and remedying the noxious vapours of charcoal, c. On the effect of the imagination on a different body
Of the common fensory affected by poisons
Of the effect of rains, of marshes and bogs, fubterraneons wood, and subterra
Obfervations on the cicada, or locuft of America, which appears periodically once in 16 or 17 years
Experiments on a bog's bladder
great a quantity. An account of a dwarf, kept in the palace of the late King of Poland 108 New experiments concerning the putrefaction of the juices and humours of animal V bodies
Experiment on the heat that may be caused by the rays of the fun reflected from
On a fingular bone, found in the lower belly
Account of a petrified bee-hive, difcovered on the mountains of Siout, in the
An extract from Ambrofe Beurer's differtation on the ofteocolla
An uncommon inftance of a catalepfis (a kind of apoplexy) in a lady
On a fish of the river of Surinam, which produces very fingular effects
Obfervations on cures performed by burning
A letter from Edward Wortley Montague, Efq. F. R. S. to William Wat fon, M. D. F. R. S. containing an account of his journey to Cairo, `in Egypt, to the written mountains in the defert of Sinai Some account of the ruins of Poeftum, or Posfidenia, an ancient city of Magna 22533428 Græcia, in the kingdom of Naples, which have been lately discovered 137 A bort account of the Sedmy Palaty, or Seven Palaces, a remarkable building and veftage of antiquity, fill remaining on the banks of the river Ixtif, in the country of the Kalmucks, being in the wilds of the great or eastern Tartary Offome ancient monuments in the fame country \Korany&39 Some account of a remarkable monument in the isle of Purbec, known by the alatom p F40 names of Aggleston, Stone Barrow, the Devil's Night-Capy Samunera41 A charter of King Henry the Third, in the old English of that time; with a tranflation of it into modern English, by Mr. Somner Hiftorical remarks on ancient architecture 4143 An account of the cruel facrifices of the Canaanites, Phenicians, and oster 14 **** 144 she fo
Of the Chaldeans, and their original Memoirs of Richard Plantagenet, (a natural fon of King Richard II.) was died 22 Dec. 1550 (4 Edward VI.) The teftimony of Clement Maydeftone, that the body of King Henry W, was ibid. thrown into the Thames, and not buried at Canterbury A (25mm) ~/ 162 Of mufical founds; and of the origin of the names of the days of the week thi Girly ***** ibid.
LITERARY and MISCELLANEOUS ESSAYS.
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Thoughts on the causes and consequences of the present high price of proca
An effay upon theatrical imitation 165 Some account of a nation in South America, of a most extraordinary and gigantic 173 *fize Catherine Vade's preface to the tales of William Vade Curious extracts from Rouffeau's letter on French mufics The hiftory of nonfenfe "Copy of Emen's first letter to the then E. now D. of Nd, with a translation from the Armenian of his letter to Prince Heraclius From Voltaire's Ignorant Philofopher Account of an essay on the learning of Shakespeare An effay on the expression of the pallions in painting A letter from the Abbe Metaftafio on the musical drama, addressed to the author of an effay on the union of mufic and poetry An effay on elegies Two letters from Mr. Everard, F. S. M. containing an adventure, of click RAYE ua 220 he was a witness, at the quickfilvermines of Idra
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The remains of the twenty-fifth Idyllium of Theotricus, Tranflated from the Greek, by Francis Fawkes, M. A.
The Story of Godiva From Edge-hill, a poem by Richard Jago, A.M.
Of Birmingham-its manufactures—iron ore-process of it.—Panegyric upon * iron. From the jame
Prologue at the opening of the theatre royal, in Edinburgh. Written by James
On the much-lamented death of the marquis of Tavistock
Tranflation of a Greek epigram on a Grecian beauty
An ode to Spring, Supposed to have been written by the celebrated Vanessa, in confequence of her passion for Dean Swift An ode to Wisdom. By the fame
reflection on the death of the marquis of Tavistock The rookery Epitaph
Prologue to the English Merchant. Spoken by Mr. King
On Mr. Garrick's picture by a bust of Shakespeare. By Dr. H-rr-gt-n
Epilogue. Spoken by Mrs. Mattocks
The Lover and the Friend. Taken from the Bagatelles Prologue to the Taylors. Spoken by Samuel Foote, Efq. and supposed to be written by DG, Esq.
The Acceptable Sacrifice; a fragment of Meander: tranflated by Francis Fazukes, M. A..
A tranflation of a little fonnet wrote by Plats in his younger time of life, and preferved by Digenes Laertius
Epitaph on Claudius Phillips. By Dr. Jahnsin
Verfes infcribed on a small cottage, in ruftic taste, intended as a place of retirement, built by Powis, Efq. in a grove by the river Severn 253 An occafional prologue Spoken by Mr. Powel, at the opening of the theatre royal in Covent Garden, on Monday the 14th of September On the right hon. the earl of Chesterfield's recovery from a late indifpofition. By Michael Clancy, M. D.
Prologue to the Oxonian in Town. Spoken by Mr. Woodward, in the character of a gentleman commoner, dreffed in his academical habit
BOOKS for 1767.
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