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potteries, discovered in the Mof- King's legislative authority over
MARCELLINUS, Ammianus, his
advantageous account of the fer-
tions to the profession of an at-
torney, 300. His hiftory of
MASERES, Baron, his method of
flowly converging infinite feries,
&c. 42. His method of extend.
island of St. Miguel, 49.
MEDICINE, Royal Society of, in
tion of Ifaiah, fpecimen of, 285. Mengs, the celebrated painter,
the person alluded to by Shake- Metelin, the ancient Lesbos dea
Miguel, St. island of, hot fount-
man bath, discovered at Dover, efficacy, in the care of the gour,
Milles, Dr. his acc. of two Auto
Tower of London, 276. See
cure of an abscess formed in the Moguls, their tyranny over the
Mosquito fhore, curious caftern
ing the nature and cure of, 564. also the Letter and Note p. 278
an infant, 209.
MUTZENBECHER's edit, of Biel's
plan of a complete hittory of, NECESSITy, philofophical, at-
facked, and defended, 29.
of, their glorious struggle for
fut fuccess, 3?4.
used in their debates, for and from Eng. to Davis's Streights,
againit a peace with Spain, 375. &c. 52. His accidental death,
Pile-driver, théory of that ma's
PIN E-apple, a valuable treatise for
the culture of, recommended,
gans of speech in, 220. Political intrigues, of the cabis
in which the head of the os bue Pope, Mr. his description of the
tower of Dornadilla, 271.
676 See more under CATHO•
lity, &c. asserted, in opposition Pownal, Mr, his account of the
fea, near Whitstable Bay, 275:
of curious earth
of his, in the Irill House of discovered on the Mosquito coaft,
spect to come in the neceffarian
censured for his foreboding
of our political affairs, 447. His
PRIESTLEY, Dr. his notions of
philosophical neceflity, and ma-
terialism, attacked and defended,
ketch of the controver-
his account of some stone nents on matter, &c. 223.
574. Ought not to employ their
sciences not immediately relative
PRUSSIA, K. of, bis ideas of the
his country, 132.
in the cure of ulcers, 513. UICKSILVER, remarkable cure
tion in, 340.
RICHMOND, Duke of, his ability employed to alter Clarendon's
SOPHOCĻES, his Oedipus Tyrannut.
Speculation, a poem, by Mr.
ST. GEORCE, the patron saint of
STRANGE, Mr. his account of
his account of some Roo
STUART, Lord James, a great pro-
mcter of the Reformation in
country how promoted, 338. St. Vitus's dance, cured by elec.
SUGAR Cane. See Cazaud.
markable imperfection of sight, TANJORE, conquest of, consider-
THETFORD, hilt, of, 300. Cu-
according to their dates, 18. His ping two horsemen there, to
in Scotland, 149.
Sir W. Blackstone's doctrine, lifications and duty, 282.
tish Parliament in regard to lie- satility, 326.
rules for measuring of heights 105.
Vases, Ancient, discovered on
respecting a most remarkable im- VEGETABLES, their power of cor-
perfection of that sense, 50. recting bad air, 346. Yet they
Ed. III. 301.
the night, ib. Experiments re- concerning interpolations, 381,
His general resolution of alge.
WATERING of Meadows, direc-
WATERS, rules, &c. for the ana-
lyfis of, 73
lead ore, 48.
the authority of the Scriptures, WASHINGTON, General, complis
moirs of, where to be found,
Roman antiquities at Lancaiter,
writers on mineralogy, 160. Women, young, falutary effect of
mineral substances, 217.
Jative to an ancient building at
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