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CRITICAL REVIEW:

OR,

Annals of Literature.

BY

A SOCIETY of GENTLEMEN.

VOLUME the FIFTY-SECOND.

Nothing extenuate,
Nor set down aught in maļice. SHAKSPEARE.
Ploraver, juis non respondere favorem
Speratum meritis

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IR Richard Worsley's History of the Ide of Wight, Page !,

118 Dr. Henry's History of Great Britain, Vol. IV.

8 Warton's Hiftory of English Poetry, Vol. III. Harris's Philological loquiries,

23 Dr. Bever's History of the Legal Polity of the Roman State, 31 Theatre of Education,

39 The Private Life of Lewis XV.

47 Shepherd's Examination of the Sccinian Exposition of the prefatory Verses of st: Joha's Gospel,

só Journal of Capt. Cook*s: 1aVoyage to the Pacific Ocean,

53 Ramsay's Sea Sermons,

57 Mathias's Runic Odes;

61 Foreign ARTICLBS,

63, 225, 382, 468 Foreign LITERARY INTELLIGENCE, 65, 230, 301, 387, 471 Principles of Law and Government, Dr. Andrews's iwo Additional Letters to Count Welderen, ibid. Ibbetson's Dissertation on National Affemblies under the Saxon and Norman Governments,

68 Gilbert's Plan for the better Relief and Employment of the Poor,

69 Dr. Heathcote's Irenarch,

ibid. Grose's Ethics, rational and theological,

70 Twentyman's Sermon as Whittingham, Northumberland,

71 Dr. Forster's Sermon at All Saints, Colchester,

ibid. Greene's Whispers for the Ear of the Author of Thelyphthora,

ibid. Poems on various Subjects,

72 Poerical Epistle from Petrarch to Laura,

73 Poems,

67, 309

A 2

Poems, by the rev. Mr. Logan,

75

Revolution, a Novel, Vol. I.

76

Henry's Account of a Method of preserving Water at Sea from

Putrefaction,

ibid.
Wathen's Conductor and Containing Splints,

77

Andree's Account of an Elastic Trochar,

78

Dr. Freeman's Address to the Nobility and Gentry of both Sexes,

ibid.

Observations on the Diseases which appeared in the Army on St.

Lucia, in 1778 and 1779,

ibid.

Dodd's Ancient and Modern History of Gibraltar,

79

A Month's Tour in North Wales, Dublin, &c.

ibid.

Noble's Genealogical History of the present Royal Families of

Europe,

ibid.

Goodridge's Phenix, an Essay,

80

Dr. Johnson's Prefaces to the Works of the English Poets, 81

Journey to Snowdon,

93

Dr. Falconer’s Remarks on the Influence of Climate, &c. 99,

196

Dr. Prieftley's Two Letters to Dr. Newcome, Bifhop of Water.

ford,

115

Loose Hints upon Education,

125

Walker's Elements of Elocution,

128

Dr. PrieAley's Experiments and Observations relating to Natural

Philosophy,

133, 176

The New Annual Register,

141

The American War; &:Poetr,

146

Heriot's Descriptive Porn..

147
A familiar Epiftle from a Cat to Edmund Barke, Efq.

148

The Library, a Poem,

ibid.

Fielding's Brothers, an Eclogae;

150

Poems for the Vase at Bam:Eaton;:&če

;

151

An Essay on Prejudice, :

152

Poems, by Ab. Portal,

154

Shaw's Enquiry into the Authenticity of the Poems ascribed to

Ollian,

ibid.

History of the Hon. Mrs. Rosemont and Sir Henry Cardigan,

155

Masquerades; or, What you Will,

ibid.

Diftreffed Virtue, or the History of Miss Harriet Nelson, ibid.

Dr. Goddard's Sermon before the University of Cambridge,

ibid.

Dr. Holt's Sermon at the Aflizes at Hertford,

156

A new Translation with a Paraphrase of some parts of Ecclesi-

aftes,

ibid.

Hymns in Prose, for Children,

ibid.

Robinson's General Doctrine of Toleration applied to the parti-

cular Case of Free Communion,

157

Remarks on Mr. Lindsey's Dissertation upon praying to Chrift,

ibid.

Palmer's

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Palmer's Examination of Thelyphthora,

Adventures of a Hackney Coach, Vol. II.

159

Ocho and Rutha, a Dramatic Tale,

ibid.

The unfortunate Caledonian in England,

ibid.

Story's Introduction to Englith Grammar,

ibid.

Confiderations on the Propriety and Expediency of the Clergy

acting in the Commission of the Peace,

1бо

Holloway's Letter to the Jury who convicted Mr. Shelly,

ibid.

The Southampton Guide, a new Edition,

ibid.

Molineux's Question-book,

ibid,

Memoirs of Thomas Hollis, Esq.

161

Jones's Physiological Disquisitions,

184, 278, 336

Dr. Pulteney's General' View of the Writings of Linnæos,

188

Wyndham's Tour through Monmouthshire and Wales, 194

The Beauties of Spring,

Biographical Anecdotes of William Hogarth,

203

Scottish Tragic Ballads,

205

Macaulay's Translation of Noodt's Two Discourses, on Sovereiga

Power, and Liberty of Conscience,

209

Dr. Bandinel's Eight Sermons before the University of Oxford,

212

Taylor's Thoughts on the Nature of the Grand Apoftacy,

218

The Bevy of Beauties. A Collection of Sonnets,

233

Ode to the Genius of the Lakes in the North of England,

234

A Poetical Epistle attempted in the Style of Churchill's Epiftle

to Hogarth,

235

The Royal Naval Review, or a Trip to the Nore,

ibid.

The Cow-chase, an hezoio Poem

236

Andrews's Baron, a new Musical Comedy,

ibid.
Nathan the Wise, a Philosophical Drama,

ibid,
A Review of the Conduct of the Earl of Buckinghamshire, dura
ing his Administration in Ireland,

ibid.

Remarks on Commodore Johnstone's Account of his Engagement

with a French Squadron, April 16, 1780,

237

Perfect's Cases in Midwifery,

ibid.

The New British Dispensatory,

ibid.

A Differtation upon che Nervous System,

238

Bishop of Waterford's Reply to Dr. Priestley's Second Letter on

the Duration of our Lord's Ministry,

ibid,

Milner's Gibbon's Account of Christianity considered, 240

Theory of the Syphon explained and methodically illustrated,

ibid.

The Neptune of Europe,

ibid.

Dr. Neve's Eight Sermons before the University of Oxford,

241

Biblio.

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