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Mesage from his Majesty to both houses of parliament, relative to the capture of certain vessels by the Spaniards, in Nootka Sound

[285 Address of the bouse of lords, in consequence of the foregoing mesjage [286 Substance of the memorial presented by Lieut. Mears to the right hon. W.W.

Grenville, one of his Majesty's principal secretaries of state, with explanations

(287 Declaration of his Catholic Majesiy, June 4, transmitted to all the European

[ 292 Memorial of the court of Spain, delivered June 13, to Mr. Fitzherbert, the British ambassador at Madrid

(294 Mr. Fitzherbert's answer to the foregoing memorial

[298 The Court de Florida Blanca's reply, June 18

(299 Declaration and counter declaration, exchanged at Madrid the 24th July (300 Letter from Count de Fernan Nunez to M. de Montmorin, secretary of the foreign department of France

(301 Decree of the national aljembly of France on the family compact 1303 Convention between his Britannic Majesty and the king of Spain, figned at the Escurial the 28th of Occber

[ibid. Address of the lord mayor, aldermien, and commons of the city of London, on the

convention with Spain, presented Nov. 24, with his Majesty's answer thereto

[305 Treaty of peace concluded between the king of Sweden and the empress of Ruffia, Aug. 11.

[ 306 Speech of John earl of Westmorland, lord lieutenant of Ireland, to both houses of parliament, Jan. 21

[307 Amendment of lord Portarlington to the Address moved on the foregoing speech; together yvith the proteft on its rejection

(308 Speech of the speaker of the house of commons of Ireland, on presenting the bills of supply to the lord lieutenant

(310 Speech of the lord lieutenant of Ireland to both houses of parliament, April 5

(311 Seventh report of the commissioners appointed to examine, take, and state the

public accounts of the kingdom; prejented to the house of commons June 18, 1782

[ibid, Eighth report from the fame commisioners ; presented Dec. 20, 1782. (329

CHARACTERS.

I

March 1790

Biographical and literary anecdotes of Haller.- From Coxe's travels in Swit

zerland, vol. ii. Account of the late Mr. Howard.From the Gentleman's Magazine for

IZ Account of the late Mr. Ledyard.---From Proceedings of the Society for promoling the Discovery of the interior Parts of Africa"

16 Extracts from the life of John Elwes, Ejg; by Edward Topham, E/9; 18

Anecdotes

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Account of the bouquetin, or mountain goat. From Coxe's Travels in Switzer.

land, vol. ii.

58

Account of the tabaseer, in a letter from Patrick Ruffell, M. D. F. R. S.-

From the Philosophical Transactions, vol. lxxxii. part 2.

Account of the Nardus Indica, or Spikenard, by Gilbert Blane, M. D. F. R. S.

-From the same

66

Account of some extraordinary effects of lightning, by William Withering,

M. D. F.R.S.- From the same

Account of a child with a double head, in a letter from Everard Home,

E/9; F.R.S. to John Hunter, EG; F.R.S.-From the same

68

Account of a gentleman living at Milan, in the year 1786, who had the faculty

of chewing the cud. From Mrs. Piozzi's Journey through Italy, vol. ii.
Experiments on the expansive foree of freezing water, made by Major Edward

Williams, of the royal artillery, at Quebec, in Canada, in the years 1784
and 1785.-From the Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh;
with Remarks, by Cha. Hutton, LL.D.

ibid.
Case of a patient who diji harged the pupe of the musca cibaria, by W. White,

M. D. and F. R. S. with observations by 7. Church, A.M. From Me:
moirs of the Medical Society of London, vol. II.

7.4
Dr. Dancer's account of the cinnamon trees of the island of Jamaica.- From
Transactions of the Society of Arts, Manufactures, and Commerce, vol. viii,

76
On the vegetation of old grain.-From Transactions of the Bath Society, vol. v.

71

78

USEFUL PROJECT S.

ANTIQUITI E S.

MISCELLANEOUS ESSAYS.

Vol. XXXII.

POETRY

PO E T R Y.

Ode on no Ode. By Peter Pindar, Esq.

131 Ode for his Majesty's birth-day, June 4th, 1790. By the rate Rev. Mr. T. Warton

132 Prologue to king Jobn, performed by the boys of Westminster school. Spoken by Mr. Bourke

133 Prologue to High Life below Stairs, performed by the fame. Spoken by Mr. Bunbury

134 Prologue to the Constant Couple, written by Mr. Blackstone ; spoken by Mrs.

Goodall, in the character of Sir Harry Wildair, at lord Barrymore's private theatre at Wargrave

135 Epilogue to Eudora. By Mr. Hayley

137 Epilogue to The Worder. Spoken by Mrs. Crespigny, in the character of Violante, at the close of her theatricals

138 Prologue to Better Lave than Never, by the duke of Leeds. Spoken by Mr. Bannister, Jun.

139 Prologue spoken at the theatre at Winchester, adjoining to, or over the Shambles. By the late Rev. T. Warton

140 Verjes by Sir John Hargngton

141 Werfes to Sir Joshua Reynolds, on his late resignation of the president's chair of ibe Royal Academy. By the earl of Carlisle

142 Ode to James Bruce, Esq; attributed to Mr. Mason

145 Instructions to a porter. By the late Mr. Bedding field, of Newcaftle 145 Lycidas to Prudentia. By the Rev. Dr. Blackburne, M. A. late archdeacon of Cleveland

148 Extracts from Arthur, a poetical romance. By Richard Hole

ibid. Extract from a Complimentary Epistle to James Bruce, Esq; the Abysinian traveller. By Peter Pindar, Eli.

157 Ode to the Glow-worm. By the jume

159 A fable, by Abate Bertola. Froin Mrs. Piozzi's Travels

160

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ACCOUNT of BOOKS for 1790.

The Antiquities of Athens, measured and delineated by James Stuart, F.R.S.

and F.S.A. and Nicholas Revett, architects and painters, vol. ii. 161 Pravels to discover the source of the Nile, in the years 1768-69-70-71-72-73. In five vols. By James Bruce, of Kinnaird, E/9; F.R.S.

167

T H E. E N D.

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