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THE

ANTI-JACOBIN

REVIEW AND MAGAZINE,

OR)

Montbly Political and Literary Censor,

FROM

JANUARY TO APRÍL (INCLUSIVE,)

1801

WITH AN APPENDIX,

CONTAINING

AN AMPLE REVIEW OF FOREIGN LITERATURE.

MIHI ET. GRATIORA

SUNT BONA QUOD PERSEVERANT, ET LEVIORA INCOMMODA
QUOD ASSUEVI. Plin. Epit. ij. lib. 6.

VOL. VIII.

LONDON:
Printed, for the Proprietors, at the Anti-Jacobin Press, Peterborough-Court, Flece-Street

By T. CROWDER, No. 2, Temple-Lane, White-Friars.
AND PUBLISHED AT THE ANTI-JACOBIN OFFICE, PETERBOROUGH COURT, FLEET-STREET,

PYS. WHITTLE; AND BY COBBETT AND MORGAN, AT THE CROWN AND MITRE, PALL
MALL. ; C. CHAPPLE, PALL MALL; T. PIERSON, BIRMINGHAM ; BELL AND BRADFUTE,
01XBURGH; BRASH AND AEID, GLASGOW ; AND BY S. W. FENNO, NEW-YORK.

1801.

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Table of the Titles, Authors Names, &c. of the Publications reviewed in this

Volume, including both the Original Criticism, and Reviewers Reviewed.

339

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A.

E.

Address of the Affociate Synod to the Eden's Eftimate of the Population of
People under their Charge
128 Great Britain and Ireland

172

Adelaide de Narbonne

59

Edward's effectual Means of providing

Adonia, a delultory story

398 against Distress, apprehended from the
Agutter's Difference between the Deaths Scarcity and high price of Food 307
of the Righ eous and the Wicked 191

Radical Means of counteracting
Aikin's Leters from a father to his Son 329 the present. carcity

308
Allwond s Literary Antiquities of Greece 391 Effays, political, on popular Subjects 259
Annual Athology

412
Euripides and Hecubi, &c.

329
An: val Register, the New, for 1798 337

F.

Antonio, or the Soldier's Return

61 Farmers, on their Slavery

Financial Facts of the eighteenth Cen.

B.

tury

315

Bardomachia, or the Battle of the Bards 193

G.

Baring's Observations on the publica Greatheed's Funeral Sermon

265

tion of Walter Boyd, Esq.

182

H.

Barton's Sermon on his Majesty's Pro Hurdis's Favourite Village

76

clamation, recommending Economy History of the Campaign of 1799, in

in the use of Grain

400 Holland

121

Benson's Vindication of the Methodists, 156

J.

394.

James's Provider ce displayed

319

Birth Day

60

L.

Bleamire's Remarks on the Poor Laws

45

Leland's Reflecticns on the prefent State
Bogue's Discullion of Divine Truth, a of Things in there Nations

410

Sermon

199 Letter to the Right Hon. the Lord

Bowles's Reflections on the State of Society Mayor, on the subject of the late

at the clote of the eighteenth Century 14 Common Halls

174

Boyd's Letter to the Right Hon. W. l'itt 65 - To Henry Reginald, Bishop of

-Briet Observations on Boyd s Letter

Exeter

189

to the Right Hon. W. Pitt, 74,312

To the Hon. Spencer Perceval,

Butler's Letter to a Nobleman, on the on the Crime of Adultery

290,

repeal of the Penal Laws

184

Letters of Sulpicius, on the Northern

Confederacy

172

C.

Lewis's Tales of Wonder

322

Campbell's Lectures on Ecclefiaftical Life, a Drama

60

History

142, 273 357, Lucas's Fate of Bertha

64

Candid Appeal to the Nation upon the

M.

present Crisis, and the recent Change Mavor's New Speaker

428
of Ministers

408 Meen's Remarks on the Callandra of
Carr's Farewell Sermon

403
Lycophron

137
Claims of Thomas Jefferson to the Prefi Moonshine's More Wonders

416

dency, examined at the Bar of Chris My Uncle 'Thomas, a Romance 319

tianity
306 Murphy's Lile of Garrick

380
Claphan's Sinfulness of withholding

N.

Corn

402 Neri, Annual Register for 1798

337

Clowes, on the present Scarcity

401

0.
Cogan's Philofophical Treatise on the - Observations on Steuart's Plan for sup-
Paffions

plying the City of Edinburgh with
Conftantia Neville
60 Coals

241
Corn Trade

118
Opinion of an Old Englishman

410

Cove's Inquiry into the Necessity, Juf-

P.

tice, and Policy of a Commutation of Pearson's Remarks on the Theory of

Tithes

Morals

35

D.

Sin of Schirm

403, 428

D'amberger's Travels in Africa

40

Sinner's Complaint under

Dark Cloud in the Political Hemisphere Punishment

404

broken

412 Peddie's Defence of the Associate Synod

Daubeney's Sermon on Cruelty to

128, 385

Dumb Animals

190 Peep at Provincial Routs

416

Den is's Character of the King, a Ser: Penn's Farther Thoughts on the present
405 State of Public Opinion

181

Dillon's Question as to the Admiffion of Pennant's Journey fr: m London to the

Catholics to Parliament

Hle of Wight

160

Pinn's

283

mon

302

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Table of the Titles, Author's Names, &C.

Pinn's Poems

62 Smith's Sermons

374

Fiorzi's (Mrs.) Retrospection, or a Re Speech of Thomas Jories, Esq.

view of the eighteenth Century

of the Hon. C. J. Fox, at the

Planta's History of the Helvetic Confe Shakespeare Tavern

194

deracy

Statistical Observer's Pocket Companion 425

Political Effays on popular Subjects, 259 Stewart's Challenge accepted

416

Polwhele's Grecian Prospects

192 Striking Facts, addrefd to those who

Porteous's New Light examined

128 believe in Real Scarcity, &c.

311

Porter's Two Princes of Perfia

421

T.

Pratt's Gleapings in England

274 Tatham on the Culture and Commerce

Professor Porion

339 of Tobacco

175

Prettymnan's Elements of Chriftian The Thoughts un Parliamentary Reform,
ology,
1761 and on Reform in General

327

R.

Toulmin's Sermons

76

Ramsay's Poems

150, 252, 349 Tranfactions of the Linnean Society

Randolph's Sermons, preached during Trollope's Sermon on St. Matthew's

the Seafon of Advent

135, 297

Day

186

Reeves's Collation of the Hebrew and Trotter's Suspiria Oceani
Greek Terts of the Psalms

165, 345 Turner's Sermon for the Support of the
's Considerations on the Corona-

New College, Manchester

199

tion Oath

246 Twelvepenny Answer to a Three Shil-

Reflections on the Justice, Advantage, ling Pamphlet

314

and Necessity of limiting the Price of Twelvepenny Antwer (a Second) to a

Wheat, by legislative Authority 181 Letter on the Stoppage of Specie of the
Remarks on the present high price of Bank of England

406

Grain

310

U.

Report of the Clergy of a Diftrict in the Unio, five Lamentatio, &c, and an Ode
Diocese of Lincoln
192 to Peter Pindar

419

Reynolds's Vindication of the Iter Bri-

V.

tanniarum

214 Vaughan's Oratio in Theatre, &c. 171
Rife and Progress of Famine

178

Rivers's Poem

64

W,

Hotella

59 Wakefield, Gilbert

334

S.

Walpole, Horace

337

Sans Culottides, a Poem

340 Wells's Discourses
Schrodter, the Shoemaker, &c.

425

(Mrs.) Conftantia Neville

Scattered Thoughts, adapted to the Williams's (Miss) State of Manners, &c.

Times

404 in the French Republic

368

Slavery of Farmers

339 Wrangham's Holy Land

62

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THE

ANTI-JACOBIN Review and Magazine;

&c. &c. &c.

For JANUARY, 1801.

WE HAVE DONE TRE STATE SOME SERVICE, AND THEY KNOW IT,

Shakespear.

ORIGINAL CRITICISM.

Transactions of the Linnean Society. Volume V. 4to. Pp. 296.

Il. Is. in Boards. White, London, 1800. THAT this is one of the most respectable scientific So.

cieties in the kingdom, it would be fuperfluous in us to remark. Supported by talents, learning, industry, rank, and fortune, the success of such an association, in all views and researches, seems placed beyond the power of accident.

The volume before us would appear, from a bare enumeration of its contents, to be equally deserving of public attention, with the first four; which have been received as productions worthy the disciples of Linneus. It contains thirty-one articles.

In “ his Obfervations on the Ranunculus aquatilis,” Dr. Pulteney informs us, thato the distilled water of the R. Flammula, or Lesser Spearwort, as we are informed by Dr. Withering, is an emeric more instantaneous, and less offensive during its action, than white-vitriol; and, as if Nature had furnished an antidote to poison from among poisons of its own tribe, is to be preferred in promoting the instant expulsion of de. leterious substances from the stomach." NO, XXXI. VOL. YIII.

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