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His Lordship's Apology,

HISTORICAL Law Tracts,

HISTORY of the Royal Academy

of Sciences and Belles Lettres,

242

of the Spanish Ar-
mada,
174
HISTORIES of Magdalen Peni-
tents,
449
HOME'S Medical Facts and Ex-
periments,
68
HORNE, William Andrew, Life

and Trial of,
573
HOUR'S Amufement for the Belles

and Beaux,
HUDSON'S Odes,

HURD's Moral and Political Dia-
logues,
35
HURLEY'S Non-refidence inex-
cufable,

87

HYMEN, or Marriage Ceremo-

nies,

449

JEMIMA and Louifa,
IMPARTIALITY to the Public,

365

471

INSTITUTES of Experimental
Chemistry,
INVASION, a Farce,
JoURNAL of the Siege of Quebec
367

174

JUSTIFICATION, a Satire, 269

K.

RATZ on the Equilibrium
of Solids,
529

L.

AMENTATIONS of the Peo-

347

LANDEN's Letter to the Review-

164

LATTER, Mrs, her Works, 82

LAVINGTON's Enquiry into the

Nature of the Gospel Offer,

ers,

&c.

543

LE BLOND's Military Engineer,
226

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to the Reviewers, in

Anfwer to Colden,

500

of Confolation, to Mr.

272

from M. Saxe in Ely-

348
to a young Student, 366
from a Volunteer, 367
LETTERS from Mr. Mairan to
Father Parrenin,

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520

of Duke de Belleifle
and Marshal Contades,
LIFE of Eugene Aram,
of Lord Clarendon,

of Profeffor 'fGravefande,

of General Wolfe,
and Opinions of Trifiram
Shandy,
562
LINDSAY'S Voyage to the Coaft

from John Pately,
from a P in Ireland,

Romaine,

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fwer to,
PEYTON'S English Grammar,

572

PHILOSOPHICAL Rhapsodies,244,

328

Tranfactions,

Vol. L. Part II. 109, 229

PLAN of Difcipline for the Nor-

folk Militia,

340

PORTEUS's Prize Poem on Death,

429
POT-Afh, Rife and Fall of,
PROCEEDINGS of a Court Mar-

81

tial,

365

PROPOSALS to Supply the Navy

without preffing,

PSALTER in its original Form,

350

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against

SMITH,

SMITH, William, his Difcourfes in America,

60

STEPHENS'S Castle Builders, 81
Rife and Fall of

ibid

Pot-afh, STEVENSON'S Trial,

82

SYDENHAM'S Tranflation of Plato on the Beautiful,

425

U.

UDAL

DAL ap Rhys's 'Tour thro'
Spain and Portugal, 532
UNIVERSAL Parish Officer, 512
VAN Egmont's Travels,
VENN's Sermons,
VERRAL'S Cookery,

255

469

534

VINDICATION of L. G. Sack

T.

ville,

HOMAS'S British Negocia- VIRTUES of Honey,
VOLTAIRE'S Candid,

T

82

tor, THYER'S Edition of Butler's Redition

mains,

171

TIMES, an Epiftle to Flavian, WA

TRAGI-Comic Dialogue,

TRIUMPH in Death,

181 455

TRUE Caufe of a General Offi

cer's Conduct,

TRUE Mentor,
TRUTH, and nothing but the

269
571

Truth,

362

267 85

83

W.

ARNING to the World,

356

WESTON'S Safety and Perpetuity

of the British State,

129

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fuft Published, Price 1 s. 6d. The LONDON POCKET MEMORANDUM BOOK for the Year 1760. CONTAINING,

I. A COMPENDIOUS MEMORANDUM BOOK, properly divided to answer the most common Purposes in Bufinefs, for every Day through the Year.

After which follow feveral useful Tables; particularly English and Irish Money in Exchange; the Value of the principal foreign Coins in English Money; the Weight of the moft ufual Coins; Lifts of Public Offices, Holidays, and Transfer Days; Rates of Hackney Coaches, Chairs, and Carts, wherein a material and univerfal Miftake relating to the two former, is rectified from the Act of Parliament, &c.

II. A COMMON PLACE BOOK, with an Index planned by the celebrated Mr. LOCKE; very useful for methodically registering any Hints and Obfervations relative to Trade or Literature, which may occur to Mind, or be met with in Reading, and which are often loft for want of a proper Repository.

The whole equally adapted to the Purposes of the Gentleman and Tradesman.

Printed for R. GRIFFITHS in the Strand; and C. HENDERSON under the Royal Exchange. (To be continued annually.)

THE

THE

MONTHLY REVIEW,

For JULY, 1759.

The Theory of Moral Sentiments. By Adam Smith, Profeffor of Moral Philofophy, in the University of Glasgow. 8vo. 65. Millar.

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F all the various enquiries that have exercised the thoughts of fpeculative men, there are scarce any which afford more genuine or lafting pleasure, to perfons of a truly liberal and inquifitive turn, than those which have MAN for their object. Indeed, what can be more worthy to be ftudied, and diftinctly known? what can be nearer, what more important to man, than man? If we furvey only the human body, which is the mere shell and tenement of man, we fhall find it moft curiously wrought. All its parts, even those of the minutest and fineft texture, though crowded together in one small system, and variously dispofed and intermingled with each other, are, as to their offices and operations, preferved diftinct, and without the leaft confufion. Every member, every organ, every fenfe, has its peculiar functions, which it discharges in harmony with all the reft, and conspires to one great end of general nutrition, health, vigour, the preservation of life, and the due exercise of the fublime mental powers. But if we take a view of the effential and more noble principles of the human conftitution; if we confider man's internal frame, and look into the make of his mind, his powers of reafon, his moral faculties, his implanted focial inftincts, and benevolent propenfions, which are the things that most honourably diftinguifh and mark out huΒ ́

VOL. XXI.

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