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respecting the Line of Denarcation
Anaver of General Washington tó a Resolution of the House of Represen tatives
290 Address of General Washington on his retiring from the Presidency of the United States of America, Sept. 17
293 Note from the French Envoy to the Executive Government of America . 304 Reply of the Executive Government thereto
307 Memorial presented by the French Envoy to the American Secretary for Foreign Affairs
310 Note published by the French Minister at Philadelphia
313 Address of the President of the United States to Congress, Nov. 15 ibid, Answer to the above Address
317 Reply of the President.
318 CHARACTER S. Particulars of the earlier Years of Mr. Gibbon's Life, and of the Course
of Studies which laid the Foundation of his subsequent Celebrity, written by bimjelf
319 Account of Solomon Geffner Some Particulars of the Death of Condorcet
S40 Biographical Account of the Count de Buffon
312 Account of Apoftolo Zeno
S +6 of the Peasantry of Norway of the Hoozuana's, a wandering Tribe of Savages of the Celebration of Good Friday in Brussels of the Alteration produced by the French Revolution at Strasburg, 352 of the public Eating-houses at Vienna
353 The Life and Writings of the Abbé Barthelemi
355 Character of Erasmus
359 Anecdotes of the late Dr. James Fordyce
360 Account of the Royal Society of England
362 of the late Sir William Chambers
361 of the late James Macpherson, Esq.
306 Interesting History of Don Pedro, and Dona Ignez de Castro
371 Extraits from the Correspondence of Mr. Gibbon, with various Men of Eminence in the Literary World
373 NATURAL HISTORY. Some Particulars in the Anatomy of a Whale
380 Ar Account of the late Discovery of Native Gold in Ireland
383 A Mineralogical Account of the Native Gold larely discovered in Ireland, 385 On the Cold felt on bigh Mountains, and at great Deprbs :
389 Account of the great Speckled Diver, or Loon
392 Contrasts, and Consonancies, between Animals and the Earth Account of the Kainji, a Species of Gazelle, or Antelope
398 Reflections on certain Effects of Heat and Cold on the living System 399 decount of tht Manner of treating Bees in Portugal
347 319 351
On Plica Polonica
AN TIRU I TI E S.
POETRY. Ode for the New Year
492 Ode on his Majesty's Birth-day
493 A beautiful Spring in a Village
494 To Mrs. Bishop, with a Pocket Looking-glass
, from ber Husband 495 Lenora, a Ballad
496 Mr. Surrebutter's Commencement in his legal Career
502 Address to Forgetfulness.
50+ Sonnet, sacred to the Memory of Penelope
505 The Person and Habitation of Despair
506 The Sorrows of Sunday
507 The Man of Method, from the Pursuits of Literature
509 Richardson, Rousseau, and Goethe
513 Account of Books for 1796. Zoonomia, or the Laws of Organic Life, vol. ii. 480. by Erasmus Darwin, M. D, F.R.S. 1796
514 Principles of Legislation, by Charles Michell
, of Forcett, Ejq. 8vo. 1796, 516 The Hiftory and Antiquities of the County of Leicester, by John Nichols, F.S.A. Edinb. and Perth, Folio, 1796
5:29 Memoirs of the Life and Writings of the Abbate Metaftafio, by Charles Bur. ney, Muf. D. F.R.S. 3 vol. 8vo. 1796
ERRATA TO THE HISTORY OF EUROPE,
47, 2, 7, for principle, read principal.
10, for affected, read effected.
2, for honour, read power. 88,
39, for Millafimo, read Millesimo.
II, f. b. for derive their, read durives itsi 160,
6, for shiekled, read sheltered. 166,
30, for these, read those. 186,
34, for tracts, read treats. 188, Contents, Chap. xiii, line 7, dele of. 190, Col. 2, Line 31, for thie, read these. 205, Col. 2, Line 3, for to, read of. 205, Note, last Line, for Frankland, read Franklin. 207, Col. 2, Line 27, after person, a netu Paragraph. 208, Col. 2, Line 9, f. b. for Jefferies, read Jefferson,
*. Burton, Srinter, Litre Queen-Areet.