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The definitive treaty of peace and friendship between his Britannic Majefty and the Mt Catholic King

Separate articles, p. [336.-Counter-declaration The definitive treaty of peace and friendship between bis Britannic Majefty and the united fiates of America [339 Treaty of perpetual peace and friendship between the Hon. Eaft-India company and the Pefbwa Madboo Row Pundit Purdban, fettled between Mr. David Anderson on the part of the company, and the whole of the chiefs of the [343

Mahratta nation

Tranfcript of the treaty between France and the United States of America; together with the ratification of the fame by Congrefs [346

The petition of the people called Quakers

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Warrant by the lord lieutenant general and general governor of Ireland for the fettlement of the Genevefe in that kingdom [351 Letter to Mr. D'Ivernois, from Mr. Secretary Hamilton, on the fame fubject [354 The bumble addrefs of the lord-mayor, fherifs, commons, and citizens of the city of Dublin, prefented March 11, 1783, to the lord lieutenant; with his excellency's anfwer [354 The Speech of his excellency the lord lieutenant of Ireland to both houses of [356 To the king's maft excellent majefty: the bumble addrefs of the lords Spritual [357 To the King's most excellent Majefty: the humble addrefs of the knights, citizens, and burgeffes of Ireland, in parliament assembled [359 The humble addrefs of the lords fpiritual and temporal of Ireland, in Parliament affembled, to his Excellency Robert Earl of Northington, lord lieute

parliament, Oct. 14, 1783

and temporal of Ireland, in parliament assembled

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[300 The bumble addrefs of the knights, citizens, and burgesses of Ireland, in parliament affembled, to the fame [362 Tranflation of the manifefto published by order of the Empress of Rufia, upon [363 occafion of her troops entering the peninfula of the Crimea, &c. Heads of the principal acts of parliament paffed during the prefent feffion of parliament, 1783 (366

CHARACTER S.

Character of Elizabeth Queen of England; from Dr. Watson's biflory of Philip III. king of Spain

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Character of the Marefchal Lefdiguieres; from the fame

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Character of the Spaniards; from the fame

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Character of King James the Second; from Mrs. M. Graham's biftory of

England

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Defcription of the Rejangs in the island of Sumatra; from the hiftory of that ifland, by W. Marsden, F. R. S.

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Difference in character between the Malays, and other Sumatrans; from the jame author

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Account

of the dark and lucid disk and periphery micrometers
Obfervations on the light, diameter, and magnitude, of the Georgium Sices

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Extras from an account of the earthquakes which happened in Italy, from

February to May, 1783 by Sir William Hamilton, Knight of the Bath,

F. R. S.

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Tranflation of the Count Francefco Ippolito's letter to Sir William Hamilton,
giving an account of the earthquakes which happened in Calabria, March 28,
1783
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Account of the black canker caterpillar, which defroys the turnips in Norfolk

Some account of the "Defcription of Experiments made with the Aeroflatic

Machine, &c. by M. Faujas de St. Fond."

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Tranflation of a copy of the certificate dated at the Chateau-de-la-Muette, near
Paris, the 21ft of November, 1783, relative to the aerial excurfion of the
Marquis D`Arlandes, and M. Pilatre de Rozier

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USEFUL PROJECT S.

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On the culture and uses of the turnip-rooted cabbage
Discovery of a fubstitute for verdigris, in dying black

Account of cloth made from the refuse of flax, and backings of 10w

A short account of the machine lately erected, by command of his majefty, at
Windfor, for taifing water cut of a very deep well, to supply the caftle

Obfervations on grown or Sprouted corn; the cause of its sprouting; and the

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proper means of remedying the inconveniences thereof

Du the comparative utility of oxen and torfes in bujbandry; from the fecond

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colume

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volume of Letters and Papers addressed to the Society inftituted at Bath, for the Encouragement of Agriculture, &c.

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On planting barren lands with wood; from the fame

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On watering meadows from the fame

On the fcab in fbeep, and some approved remedies recommended; from the fame

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ANTIQUITIES.

On the office of High Steward of England; from Hearne's curious difcourfes

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Tranflations of three authentic registers of the monaftry of St. Edmund's Bury, formerly kept by the Sacrifts

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Defeription and account of the cafile of Caernarvon; from Pennant's Tour in Wales

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An account of the ancient British games; from the fame
Extracts out of a manuscript treatise of the Lordships Marchers in Wales; from

Appendix to the fame

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Account of Sir Richard Bulkely; in which is a ftrong defcription of the favourite Earl of Leicester; from the fame

An account of two ancient oil-mills in the kingdom of Naples

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MISCELLANEOUS ESSAYS.

Difference between memory and imagination; from Dissertations Moral and Critical, by J. Beattie, L. L. D.

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Of Accent, its nature and use; Standard of Pronunciation: from the Theory of Language, in the fame work

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Extract from Illustrations on Sublimity, in the fame work

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On Tafle; from Lectures on Rhetoric and the Belles Letters, by Hugh Blair,

D. D.

136 Comparative Strictures on Tillotson, Sir William Temple, Addison, ord Shafiefbury, and Lord Bolingbroke, in point of ftyle; from the fame work

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Comparative merit of the Ancients and Moderns; from the fame A letter from Bishop Atterbury to Mr. Prior; from vol. ii. of Atterbury's Epif tolary Correfpondence

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Reflections on a late fcandalous report about the repeal of the Teft A&t; from

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the fame

Letter from Bishop Atterbury to Lord Inverness, after that bishop's banishment from England; from vol. iii. of the fame work

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An abrati from the King's books in the Royal Treafury of Goanaxuate, fince the establishment of that office, the 30th of April 1665, to Dec. 31, 1778, fhewing, by accounts, made up every five years, the weight of the gold and filver on which duties have been paid, and the whole amount of those duties during the above period of 114 years 165

A particular account of an Hindoo woman's burning herself alive with her de

ceafed

seafed bufband; from an authentic letter, dated Calcutta, 25th July, 1779 167 An extract from the fequel to Emilius and Sopbia, by J. J. Roufeau, fond among his papers after his death

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POETRY.

Ode for the new year 1783, by William Whitebead, Esq.

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Ode for bis Majefty's birth-day, June 4, 1783, by the fame
Extracts from Mafon's Tranflation of Du Frefnoy's Art of Painting
An extract from the Village, a poem, by the Rev. G. Crabbe, Chaplain in
bis Grace the Duke of Rutland, &c.

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On the death of Dr. Robert Levet, by Dr. Johnson

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A farewell to Bath, by Lady M. W. Montagu

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"The entertaining and facetious biftory of John Gilpin; fbewing bow te went further than be intended, and came home fafe at last." On the Marriage of the Honourable Mifs Eliz. Sackville to Colonel Herbert, By Richard Cumberland Efq.

-Races. A Ballad. By the late Sir John Moore, Bart. A fong Lines to Mrs. Montague, on her bappening to fall at St. James's, by Mr.

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Fermingham

200

Rondeau

An expoftulation
Epitaph

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THE EN D.

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Printed by J. CROWDER, Warwick-fqware.

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ACCOUNT of BOOKS for 1783.

An account of the History of the Reign of Philip the Third, King of Spain; by Robert Watson, L. L. D. &c. &c.

29

900

251

201

An account of Differtations Moral and Critical; by James Beattie, LL.D. Dr. Dr.

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