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Hiftory (Roman) an Abridgment of it to be

printed,

393

Homer and Virgil, remarks upon thofe two Poets,

119

Horace, a French translation of one of his Odes,
4.22

Hubert (Father), an inftance of his great hu-
mility,

151

Hugo Cardinalis, a paffage relating to him, 334

I.

JE

EWS of Metz obtain a favour of a Marefchal
of France,

416

Infcription (Antient) in the Abbey-Church of

Ambronay,

449

272

53

Hoppe, obfervations upon that Town,
Ile of Grande, its defcription,
Italian Tongue, The modern way of writing well
in Italian,
358

-an account of an Italian Dictionary, which
is an abridgment of the Dictionary del-
la Crufca,
359
-an Italian and English Dictionary, by Mr.
Altieri,
389
Judgments of the Learned about the chief Works
of Authors, by Adrian Baillet. A new Editi-
on corrected and enlarged by Mr. De la Mon-
noye,
321

L.

Langtoft (Peter) his Chronicle published by

Mr. Hearne,

331

Law (William) A practical Treatife upon Chri-
ftian Perfection,

Letters concerning Witchcraft,

Gg 2

423
166

Letter

Letter of Father Pouget about the conversion of
Mr. De la Fontaine,
179
Letters of Father Le Courayer to thofe Paris-Je-
fuits, who publifh the Memoirs of Trevoux,
194--210
Letters to a French Proteftant about the King's De-
claration concerning Religion, given at Versailles,
May 14. 1724.
Letters (Curious) upon feveral fubjects,
Liber Pontificalis, feu de geftis Romanorum Ponti-
ficum. A new Edition,
303
Lithotomy, an hiftorical Account of the feveral
methods of that operation,
407
-the method of Frere Jacques practiced in
London,

283

415

414

8

was not a credulous and fuperftitious man,
9

293

Lizards, their eggs,
London (The Lord Bishop of) his Directions for
the finging of Pfalms,
232

M.

MA

446

354

Abillon (Father) an account of his Jour-
ney into Burgundy,
Macrinus, the reign of that Emperor,
Mad people faid to be cured by the interceffion of
St. Berta,
Maittaire (Mr.) his Edition of Anacreon, 253
Maizeaux (Mr. Des) the life of Mr. Chilling-

451

worth,

33

Malverne (Great), the Antiquities of the Priory
73

of that town,

-a defcription of the fine paintings upon the
windows of the Church,

74

Manu-

Livy, his character,

447

449

451.

Manufcripts in St. Benignus's Library at Dijon,
and in private Libraries of that City,
-in the Abbey of Cluny,
in the Abbey of Murbach,
Marc XII. 4· Κᾀκεῖνον —ἐκεφαλαίωσαν. A criticifn
A
upon those words,
Mariana's Hiftory of Spain, the several Editions
of that Work,
Mary, Queen of Scots, her Life,

65.

151

45

-fome particulars concerning Queen Eliza-
beth in relation to the death of Mary, 47
Mathematics, Mathematical Lectures necessary to
understand the principles of natural Philofophy,

39

259

-A new Courfe of Mathematics by Mr. Belidor,
Matt. II. 1. — there came wife men from the
Eaft to Jerufalem. Thofe wife men were not
Heathens, but public Ambaffadors from the
exiled Jews,
62--64
-VI. 22. Give us this day τὸν ἄρτον ἡμῶν τὸν ἐπι
Lov. A critical remark upon this last word,

64

XXIV. 18. Neither let him which is in the
fields, return back to take his cloaths: explain-
ed,
65
Medals. A Differtation upon a Medal of Gal-
lienus, and another of Poftumus the Father,
347

A Differtation upon a Medal of Herennia
Etrufcilla,
384

Obfervations upon the Medals of the Kings
of Parthia,
405, 406
Men (Learned) who make an ill ufe of their
knowledge, cenfured,
Mind (Human) wants to be conftantly fed, 421

421

Gg 3

Mira

L

Miracle faid to have been wrought at Paris, 314
Modefty is the effential character of a folid man,
420
Monster, Defcription of a Sea-monfter, faid to
have been feen this year,
Mothe (La) le Vayer, a Sceptic,

N.

Avagero, what facrifice he made every year
to Catullus,

Nicolas (St.) a Prayer addreffed to that Saint by
the Ruffian Clergy,

382
Nile, obfervations upon the cause of the over-
flowing of that River,
270
Nitar, a Jefuit, by what means he was raised,

420

Novatian, a new Edition of his Works, by
Mr. Welchman,

122

O.

O

validity,
Ovid, his character,

393
327

Rdinations of the Church of England. A
Book of Father Le Quien against their

221

254

P.

Acuvius, his character,

249

Painting, Hiftory of antient Painting, 341
Remarks upon that Painting,

246

Paris, a Description of that City by Mr. Brice,

155
50

Parr, a long Liver,
Paffy, a Treatife of the mineral waters lately
difcovered in that Village near Paris,

339
Peru

Peru, an unpleasant country,
55
Peter (St.) a Differtation upon his fecond Epiftle
by Dr. Sherlock Dean of Chichester,
Phanomenon feen in America by Father Feuillee,

23

290

Philofophers, An Abridgment of the Lives of the
antient Philofophers, afcribed to the late M. De
Fenelon Archbishop of Cambray,
4.29
Photius's Bibliotheque, an obfervation upon the
Latin tranflation of that Work,
Phyficians, reflexions concerning the language
they ought to write in,

404

76

-how they fhould write,

77

293

Plant, called Avilla, its admirable virtue,
Plato, an Account of his Life,
Pliny, remarks upon the Manufcripts of his Na-

4.29

.242

tural Hiftory,
Plutarch, his character,

-a remark upon him,
Polybius, his character,

Pox (fmall), Obfervations upon it, 144--146
Prælectiones Ecclefiaftica to be printed,
156
Prophecies, The use and intent of Prophecy, &c.
by Dr. Sherlock, Dean of Chichester,

22

Obfervations upon the Prophecies quoted in
the New Teftament, by Mr. Sykes, 83--103
Double Completion of Prophecies rejected,

90, 91

13

419

II

Pyramids of Egypt, obfervations upon them,
267

Q.

Ueen, the Figure of a Queen, one of whofe
feet is like that of a Goofe,

O

447

Quien (Father Le) his Book against the validity
of the Ordinations of the Church of England,

Gg 4

221

Reason

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