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Ethiopians, Egyptian Priests and Americans, before the Europeans discover'd their Continent; and the Symbolical way of Speaking amougst the Eastern Nations arose from this difficult kind of Writing,
28 Human Reason, insufficiency of it,
of the Temple there, met with so many disturbances,
124 Jews. Several particulars concerning them, 127
Latin, 'tis both profitable and necesary to write in that Tongue either in Prose or Verses
Literæ de re Nummaria, by the Authors of the Annals of University College,
79 Lockman, (Mr. John) bis Opinion (a jift oule)
why the Writings of the French are so much despis’d,
Arot (Clement) bis Works,
Martin John of Chelsea; by the Orders of the Royal Society, examines Mr. Millar's Dictionary, &c.
Memoirs of the Academy Royal of Sciences,
237 Method observ'd by Mr. Miller in bis Dictionary,
453 Meteors, their origin, causes, nature and different Ufes, &c. in the business of Vegetation,
457 Miller (Pbilip ) bis Gardners Dictionary, 450 Milton's Paradise Lost, corrected in many places, Illustrated, &c. by Dr. Richard Bentley, &c.
238 Monuments, to the Memory of Sir Isaac Newton,
317, 399 - Another,
320 Morality, eternal and immutable, 67, 139 -
196 Morgan (John) bis Phænix Britannicus, 466 Mofes, receives from God the Law, to what end?
explain’d, together with curious Remarks upon the Levitical Ceremonies,
Ewton ( Sir Isaac) bis Optick Leatures read
Bservations Political and Historical, 283
Offerings, 'tis probable, though in the Nature of Sacrifices is not certain, that they were
instituted by an express Command of God, Ovid, bis Works, with the Notes of several Au
thors, by Bebber, A. A. LL. M.
Arochialis Inquisitio, communicated, by Anthony Hammond, Esq;
228 Patriarchs, from Adam, till Noah, on Seth's
Line, worshipped the true God, and their long
7 Pekin aud Sina, several celestial Observations there,
440 Pharoah, was one common Name to the Kings of Egypt; Signification of it,
9 Philosophical Transactions, Philosophy, Introduction to the Study of it, &c.
376 Plants, their Etymology, Characters, Species, and their various uses,
453-455 Poetry and Painting, an Esay upon them, 420 Polyglot Bible improv’d,
230 Pompey the Roman General, baving takeil Jerufalem, alter'd the whole Form of the Jewish Goverment,
Regarder bis Travels in Flanders, Holland,
155 Religion (establisbd) vindicated by W. Lloyd,
D. D. late Bishop of Worcester, communicated, by Anthony Hammond, E,9;
312 Religion, 'Tis unknown to us, what sort it was
with reference to the ancient est People, 7 Religious Ceremonies and Customs of all Nati
157 Revelation of St. John, Coramentary on it, and
a Synopsis of it, 27–39. Critical Enquiry into it,
85, 216-263 Right (religious ) There is no one left upon
Record older than the Flood, but that of keep
ing Holy one Day in seven, Richardson, (Alexander ) his Reflexion, that
a great deal of a Person’s Character may be traced from a picture,
423 He Apologizes for the conduct of Painters,
399 Seba, ( Albertus) bis Anatomical Preparations of Vegetables,
440 Sermons, Dr. John Clark's, Subjects and Texts,
40-54 Spoerlii, Introductio in Notitiam infignium Typo
graphicorum, &c. Spring, A Poem on it, Statical Esays, ( Second Edition) Also a Spe
cimen to analyse the Air, Stevenson, his Observation of an Eclipse of the Moon, on July 29. 1729. made in Barbadoes,
439 Subsidia Historie,
239 Switzer, (Stephen) An Introduction of his to a
general System of Hydrostaticks, Philosophical and Practical, &c.
Acitus's Works, Vol. II. translated by Mr.
443 Thesaurus, rerum Suevo Gothicarum, &c. 465
Traité de la Vérité de la Religion Christienne,
tirè di Latin de Mr. Jean Alphonse Turretin, Profelleur en Theologie & in Hift. Eccl. a Geneva,
155 Travels of John Gulliver,
Egetation of Plants,
planting it, and for making of Vines in several
Vilderness quarter, l'orks neceffary for it,
-455 Wilkins, David S. T. P. translated the five
Books of Mofes, from the Egyptian Tongue into Latin,
398 Woolston. Two Latin Disertations against him,
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