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Page ADAMS's, Dr. Inquiry into the Animal Creation, three DisLaws of different Epidemic courses on the case of, and the Diseases, with the view to de- Duties of Man to them..... 99 termine the means of presery- Annuities, an Investigation of ing Individuals and Communi- the Errors of all Writers on, in ties from each...
471 their valuation of Half-Yearly Philosophical Treatise and Quarterly Payments, inon the Hereditary Peculiari- cluding those of Sir Isaac ties of the Human Race, with Newton, Demoivre, Dr. Price, notes illustrative of the sub
Mr. Morgan, &c. &c. with Taject, &c. &c.
ib. bles, by Wm. Rouse Address, an, delivered to the In- Appleton's, Miss, Edgar, a Nahabitants of New Lanark, on tional Tale by....
92 the 1st of Jan. 1816, at the Armstrong's, Dr. Practical Illusopening of the Institution es- trations of Typhus, and other tablished for the Formation of Febrile Diseases
... 604 Character, by Robert Owen.. 541 Atlas, ay, for the use of Schools,
from the Committee of by Miss Wilkinson... 203 the Association for the relief Atmosphere, and the Source of and benefit of the Manufactu
Solar Heat, a Treatise on, by ring and Labouring Poor.... 323 an Oxoniak
89 of the New Conductors of the Critical Review 553 BAPTISM, Facts and Evidences Adolphe, Anecdote trouvé dans on the subject of
97 les papiers d'un Inconnu, et Barbadoes, Remarks on the Inpublie, par M. Benj. de Con- surrection in, &c.
208 stant ..
9 Beauty and Deformity, theory Advice, Letter of, to bis Grand- on the Classification of, &c. by
children, by Sir Matthew Hale 90 MaryAnne Schimmelpenninck 395 Agricultural State of the King- Belochistan and Sinde, Travels
dom, the, in Feb. March, and in, by Lieut. Henry Pottinger 263 April, 1816; being the sub- Belsham's, Thos. Review of Amestance of the replies of many rican Unitarianism...
98 of the most opulent and intel- Bertram, a Poetical Tale, by Sir ligent landholders to a circu- Egerton Brydges
239 lar letter sent by the Board of Bibliographical and Literary Agriculture to many parts of Anecdotes, an Olio of, by Wm. England, Wales, and Scotland. 313 Davis
537 Amyntor and Adelaide, a Ro- Bibliotheca Antiqua - Coryat's
mance of Poetry, by Charles Crudities, &c..ia. Masterton
429 Crit, Reo. Vol. IV. Dec. 1816.
Treasury, being the second to the Third, by Lord Byron 495
Artes of both Vniuersities 193 Alterations for the Protection
shewed by taking the View of of the Proceedings of the So-
643 Letter to the Right Hon. the
291 Constant's,. M. Benj. de, Adol-
... 318 phe, Anecdote trouvé dans les
93 Corn Trade, Letters on the, con-
logical History of the Voyages Combinations of Farmers, and
Letter to a Friend Coryat's Crudities, hastily gob-
by William Wordsworth 51 Grison's country, Helvetia,
Pilgrimage to the therlands, newly digested in
541 the hungry aire of Odcombe,
Exposition des Principes qui
174 Nations, par Henri Storch 555
404 of the early Life of, written by
vée, contenant des particula- lished, with an Appendix, &c. 67
of a Dog of Sentiment, by a examples, drawn from the best
cording to the Charter 359 Crowther's, P. W. Christian's