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cism of, 577
Saguntum, theatre of, by whom Struve, Profeffor, his observa-
tions on M. Born's method of
new regulations in the trade of,
mafticon Literarium, &c. com- nies, 215. Great prospect of
receiving ample supply of fu-
Sunday, arguments for and againit
account of the Itate of, 125. 355
cellence of that animal, 329. letter to Sir W. Cecil, 9.
Wool-trade summarily exhi- Swedenborgianism, Itrange inyíti.
wife's unfavourable character, the Tale of a Tub, 320.
Taunton, in Somerset Mhire, hilo-
Lord Mun- town, 262.
late improvement of Ramsgate ciples of, 361. Rules of, in-
ance of, to the public, ib. culty of, 368.
disbelief seriously lamented,
lysis of, 341.
U and V
cases of extraction of the ca. character, and eminent abili.
Teylerian theological prize,
Van Reenen, M. his journal of of the Philofophical Transac-
his travels in search of the
Hardships and the Natural History of, 484.
325. His skill as a mathema.
larive to the state of the na-
William Ill. See Orange.
Wirbering, Dr. his letter con-
of investigating the sums of in- the Digitalis, 168.
Women, their sexual character and
the prevailing prejudices of
the present mode of education,
against the Hudson's bay com- to matrimony, highly injorious
to the female character, 206.
charge of fuperftition, 375. female educarict., 207.
Worcester, Earl of, his account of
the ladies who attended the
Queen of James the First, 10.
World, antiquity of, greater than
his life, and eminent learning,
Young, Rev. Mr. his essay on the
thic arch, 70.
END OF VOL. VIII, OF THE NEW SERIES.