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Anfaver of General Washington to a Refolution of the House of Represen

tatives

290

Address of General Washington on his retiring from the Presidency of the
United States of America, Sept. 17

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307

Note from the French Envoy to the Executive Government of America. 304
Reply of the Executive Government thereto
Memorial prefented by the French Envoy to the American Secretary for Foreign
Affairs

Note published by the French Minister at Philadelphia'

Addrefs of the Prefident of the United States to Congress, Nov. 15
Anfver to the above Addrefs

Reply of the Prefident.

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CHARACTER S.

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ibid.

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Particulars of the earlier Years of Mr. Gibbon's Life, and of the Courfe
of Studies which laid the Foundation of his fubfequent Celebrity, written
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of the Celebration of Good Friday in Bruffels

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of the Alteration produced by the French Revolution at Strafburg, 352

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Interefting History of Don Pedro, and Dona Ignez de Caftro

Extracts from the Correspondence of Mr. Gibbon, with various Men of
Eminence in the Literary World

NATURAL

Some Particulars in the Anatomy of a Whale

373

380

383

A Mineralogical Account of the Native Gold lately difcovered in Ireland, 385

HISTORY.

An Account of the late Discovery of Native Gold in Ireland

On the Cold felt on high Mountains, and at great Depths

Account of the great Speckled Diver, or Loon

Contrafts, and Confonancies, between Animals and the Earth

Account of the Kainfi, a Species of Gazelle, or Antelope

Reflections on certain Effects of Heat and Cold on the living Syftem

Account of the Manner of treating Bees in Portugal

389

392

394

398

399

402

On Plica Polonica

403

On the Power of fixed Alkaline Salts, to preserve the Flesh of Animals from

Putrefaction

Obfervations on the Nature of Honey, particularly
when obtained in a folid Form

USEFUL

406

on its Saccarine Parts,

408

PROJECTS.

Firf Report from the Select Committee appointed to take into Confideration

the prefent high Price of Corn

Second Report

Third Report

Appendix to the Third Report

Sir John Sinclair's Address to the Board of Agriculture

On the Uje of Rice

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Specification of the Patent granted to Mr. Jones, for his Method of detecting

Errors in Book-keeping

Account of an Improvement in Sea-Compaffes

Receipt to cure the Complaint of the Water in Sheep

ANTIQUITIES.

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A Short Account of feveral Gardens, near London, with Remarks on fome
Particulars, wherein they excel, or are deficient, upon a View of them, in
December, 1691

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Sketch of the History of Sugar in the early Times, and through the middle
Ages

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Account of Poetry, in Scotland, during the Sixteenth Century
Extract from an Account of the Collegiate Chapel of St. Stephen, West-

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Letter from King Charles II. to the Duke of Ormond, upon his taking the
Seals from Chancellor Clarendon

MISCELLANEOUS ESSAYS.

471

On the Influence of Cold upon the Health of the Inhabitants of London. 473
The Domiphobia, or Dread of Home

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On the Injustice of the Charges brought against the genuine Philofophers, 48
Of the Causes of the Increase of Crimes

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POETRY.

POETRY.

Account of Books for 1796.

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ERRATA TO THE HISTORY OF EUROPE,

Page 46, Col. 2, Line 2, for prevented, read perceived,

47,

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7, for principle, read principal.
10, for affected, read effected.

22, for honour, read power.

39, for Millafimo, read Millefimo.
11, f. b. for derive their, read derives its
6, for fhickled, read sheltered.

30, for thefe, read those.

34, for tracts, read treats.

188, Contents, Chap. xiii, line 7, dele of.
190, Col. 2, Line 31, for the, read these.
205, Col. 2, Line 3, for to, read of.

205, Note, laft Line, for Frankland, read Franklin.
207, Col. 2, Line 27, after perfon, a new Paragraph.
2c8, Col. 2, Line 9, f. b. for Jefferies, read Jefferson.

T. Burton, Frinter, 4
Liffie Queen-Areet.

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