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INDEX of Names
Hayman

Mostyn

166 Regnier
Hayter

385
385

Mouni-Flor. 54, 28 © Rich
Hayward

Lambert. Mid- Munster
Heathcote 384, 385

503 Richardson
dleton 332 Murray 54, 332, 384 Ricdel
Heathe
332' Lambton
501 Musgrave

166 Rigby
Henshaw

54, 502
385
N.

Roberts
Herbert 54, 118 Lane. Parker

503

APLETON 332 Robinson
Herring 118,166, 501 Lanesborough 332, 50 1

332

385 Rogers
Hewett 118 Langham 334. 502 Naylor 384 Romney
Hickes-Paul

502
502 Langley

394
New members

55 Rooker
Hill
54 Lardner

Newcome

502 Ross
Hillier
332 Larente

332
Newman
384 Rothes

280
Hillsborough
54 Lascelles

503
Newton

102 Rowley
Hinchinbroke 384 Laurent

Nicholls

54

Rufici
Hinchliffe 166 Lawson

goo

Nicholson
Hinckley

501 Rysom

118
500 L'Etrange 385 Nightingale

S.
Hobbs

ADLER
Hodgkin 50 Lee-Warner

O.
Hodion
166 Leeds

BRIEN
Hoghton

502 St. John 385
Leger

332 Salter
Hollingbery 502 Legge

Onflow

333, 503

18, 33 Sandford
Holmes
333 Leigh

332

Orby-Hunter 118 Saumarez
Hope
54 Leightonhouse

54
Ord
385

166 Saunders
Hopkins

502
384 Leinster

385 Sawell
Horne
384 Lellingham
Outing

SOT
166 Saxton

118
Hofkyns
54 Lewis

P.

Scales
Hofte

333
502 Lindsey
Hotham

5° Scandrett

385
332 Lindley

Paice 118 Scott
Howard · 166, 385 Loftus

54, 503
502

Pakenham 165 Scrimshaw
Huddle

166
54 Londsdale

502

Palmer 166, 384 Secker
Hudson 333, 385,503 Lowndes

332, sor
385 Parker 166,333,384 Sellars
Hume
118, 502 Lowth

332
Humphreys
166 Luce

332 Senior

384

38, Seymour Conway 333
Hunt
166 Lynch

166 Payne-George 280 Shanbury 166
Hutton

166 Lyndsay
Huxham

· 54, 385 Shannon
501 Lyon
Penfold

54

332 Sharp
Hytham
M.

502
Pennington 166, 332 Shebbeare
I.

166
TABBOTT 385 Pennystone

501 Sherlock

385

332 Sberard
502 Mackenzie
503 Perceval

385 Shirdley
Janssen
385 Maitland

503
Perry

333

385 Shirley
Ibbetson 118 Manley

54
333

Peters
Jean

501 Short
118 Mann

332, 385
118 Phelps
Jenner

503 Sidaey
54 Marlborough

501, 503

Phillimore 118 Simmonds
Jerman

502
54 Marriotte
502 Paipps

sor Simons
Ingham
385 March

333
Inaers

503 Pickering

385 Simpson 54, 332, 384
332 Martin

166 Pierce
Jocelyn

166
501 Mason

289 Piggot
Joddrel

385 Singleton
54 Matije

sor
382

230 Skey
Jones 54, 118, 385 Masley

333
Pipe
166 Skinner

332
165 Mathews
385 Piquenet 280 Slade

333
33? Mather
501 Pixwell

502 Smith 118, 166, 502
Jupp
55 Maxwell
501 Plowden

118 Smyth
Juxon
son Maynard

385 Pomfret
K.

54 Snell
Mayland

384
332 Portland
EATE

384 Snow
502 Mafters

Pote
Kenrick

501 Somerset
384 Mercer

Potts
Kenyon

54. Somerville

Pratley
Ker

385 Sommers-Cox
503 Merrey 332 Price 113, 332, 503 Sondes
Kerry

280 Mervin
Keylett

55 Pringle

333 Spearman
502 Millar
385 Pritchard

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goi Privy seal,com.of 166 Spencer
118 Milliown

333
R
Stamford

385
Kingston

503 Monck-Newbolt 54
Knatchball

Radley

502 Stapleton
118 Moore 332, 385, 502 Randolph 166 Steade
166 Moray

500
118 Ranelagh
Knowles

54 Stebbing
333 Morria
502 Reay

118 Stedman 385

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385 W Waecaffe-Bar Wilberforce

280 Tonge

INDEX of NAMES.
Steele

166 Vaughan 166 Westport
Stephens 155 Thrale

280
Venables-Vernon384 Weymouth

503
Stephenson sor Thretfell

SS
501 Verney 385 Whalley

166
Sterne
332 Thynne

333
Vernon

333 Wharton
Stevens 54, 165, 166, Tilson

502
500 Underwood

54 White
332 Timbrell

384
385 Upton

280 Whitfield 501, 502
Stewart 385501 Titley

332 Urmstone

503 Whitmore
Stockwood

503
502 Todd

55
W.

Whithed
Stoddard 333 Tompkyns

503
ADE
5o

118
Stone
332 Tomlinion

333
Strathmore

332
501
got

54 Wilkins
Stroate
333 Tonnies

333
332

Wake 280, 502 Williams
Seurges

332
502 Toogood
333 Waldron

166 Willes

333, 501
Sumpter 332 Tookey

Walker 333, 501, 2, Wilmot
Sutton
118 Torrington

503
Wallington

385 Wilson
Swain

54
333 Townshend
54 Walpole

503

Winter
Swanne

501
502 Tradeandplantations, Walwyn

Wood

IIS
Swinburn
501 lords of

503
Warburton

502 Woodefon
Symkins

501
333 Traquair

332
Ward
333 Woodley

St 333
Symson 503 Trevelyan 501

Warkman
T.

502 Worlley
Truffel

54
502

Warner
VALBOT 501, Turner

332 Worthington

333
280

Warren 166 Wortley - Montage
502 Tweedel

384
Warton
166

280
Talker
501 Tymms

54

Watson
Taylor

332
332 Tyrrwhit 280

502 Wyhham 166
Temple 502 Tyser

280 Waugh

333
Thanet

384
U. V.
Webster

166
Thomas

ANE

280

Wedderburn
Thornton 395, 501

280, 501 Young

333

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IN D E X of Books, for 1768.

O Pokke 384. Ses

48

A Adventures of Oxymer Claffic

163

112

446

667
664

613

221

A.

Choholeth
446 Clementina

47
113

Coleman's true ftate 112. Animadverted on
of Miss Beverley

16o
of Lucy Wation

276

epifle to by Kenrick
Affecting history of two young gentlemen 556

diffe&ion of Harris
Alexander's experimental elays

556
Collection of esteemed poetry

43
Amabella, a poem
JIT Companion for the fire-lide

16;
America, true sentiments of

991
Complaint of Liberty

666
American Gazette

Confiderations on proceedings by attachment,
Another traveller

&c.
Apology for Lord B.

43
Constantia, an elegy

610
Arts, manufactures, and commerce, a poem The contrast

43
B.

667 Cornaro, on sober and temperate life 6:0
ALTIMORE, Lord, confiderations on Covent Garden managers, their condu& ex-
his first prosecution

392
amind

113
Barbadoes, short history of

Court of Star-chamber, &c.

391
Remarks on it 611

D.
Baretti's account of Italy

157 EAN's essay on the future life of brutes
Battle of the wigs

105
of the quills
334 Defence of my uncle

2:6
of the bonnets
334 Denman on the puerperal sever

446
Behaviour of the populace on a late occasion Distrefled wife

163
censured

162

Dod's sermon against popery
Birth of the jesuits

43

E,
Boswell's account of Corsica
108 LECTION at Garrat

335
Epistle to him
335

666
Bribery and corruption

106 Elogy on Prince Henry of Prussia 389
C.
Enfield's sermons

543
ARICATURE, or battle of the butts 610 England's Warning-piece, by Di. Free 612

Enquiry into the obftru&ion of the reforma.
of the duke of Portland

334
tion

334
of Anne and Isaac Scott, 668 The Entanglement

47
Caveat on the part of public credit II Ellay upon prints

45
Charge to Englihmen

665 Examination of the conduct of Lord M-d 391
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65 O Turks

390 276

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IN DE X to the Books.
F.
Mocha's directory

760 556 Modern chastity

160 The fig leaf

334
wife

$52 Fırt measures necessary with America 160

gallantry

553 Fool of Quality

275 Monody to the memory of a young lady 611 For ever, a poem

33+

N. Franklin's experiments

ARRATIVE of the Covent Garden G.

IIZ RAY's poems 157 Neceflity of a Lazaretti

276 Grenada planter 666 New Clarissa

276 H. Foundling hospital for wis

276 APP Y extravagant 163 Nugent's travels

160 Hardy of dioptrical telescopes 446

0. Harwood's melancholy doctrine of predeftina- BSERVATIONS, &c.

on the tion

273 Hiftory, of a late infamous adventure

42
on W-k's own evidence

334 Hortus Kewensis

39)

on the Djuglas cause 610 Howard's thoughts, &c.

43 One thousand seven hundred and sixty-eight

J.
IMPORTANCE of faith 726 Orphan daughters
Infallible remedy for high price of provi-

P. fions

ARADISE,

666 Ingram of the goat

47 Injured daughter 610 tion

552, 3 Inquiry into the causes of the disputes with Pieras Oxonienfis

399 America 668 Point of honous

276 Journal of a two months Tour in Pensylva. Popery incanliftent with the rights of men 556 gia

668 Petr, of fractures and dislocations бод Present ftate of the nation

554 EATE's Ferney 105 Priestcraft further de!ended

390 siz Priestley’s elay on the principles of governL. ABOUR and genius

554 Lamentation of Britannia

42 Langhorne's precepts of conjugal happiness225 Letter, to the apologift for Lord B

Remarks on apology for Lord Bsecond, to the author of the Con.

on Masonry the way to hell

334 fessional

IIT
on the riot act

445 - to Mr. Garrick. op a glossary for

on Whicheid

448 Shakespear

334
on Warner of the gout

554 Letter cancerning le&turelips 334 'The ring

160 to Harley

334

Roe's letter to the bishops and clergy to an august assembly

334 second letter, on the revisal of the li· to the Duke of Graftan

390
10 BY

610 to earl of Shelburne

448 'Royal garland to the author of Pietas Oxonienfis 448

S. to Mr. Beckford

journey 163 to Lord Mansfield

666 from a lady to ite bp. of London 668 Short account of that part of Africa inhabited Liberty, a poem

by the negroes

667 Liberty of the subiect, &c. maintained 334 Short view of the hift. of Massachusett's bay Light sun mer reading 276

667 Lind's diseases of hot climates 391 Some proposals to prevent the growth of poLove at cross-purposes

667

pery Lyric mure revived

The summer house
M.
Swift's letters

1бо A CAULA Y's history vol. IV. 657

T.
Macpherson's ancient Caledonians 44

of friendlip
Makarony fables
Man of forty crowns
335. Things as they are

390 Managers managed

Trial of Donald Maclane Medical transactions

276 Triumph of l ve and beauty Mem. pour servir a l'hisoire de Corse 446 True delicacy

445 Memoirs, of the Balhaw of Merriland's se- Two grammatical eDays raglio

42

U. V. of Corsica

TERSES to the memory of a Lady

33 Miscellaneous ppens, by a lady

666 Mirrour Tor couits-martial

334
The victim

105 Vigting day

R.

335 R Reflections on inland navigations 277

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IN DE X to the Books. Upholsterer's letter to Pitt

276 Watson's experiments on inoculation 111 w, Wilkes's history of England

275 WALPOLE's Hifforic Doubre 106

answered 276

YORICE

ORICK's sentimental journey 363 Warner of the gout

47

The End of VOL. XXXVII. DIRECTIONS to the BOOKBINDER; for placirg the Plates, &c. in

LONDON MAGAZINE for 1768. up the title, with stocks, for each 13 View of the palace of Strelitz B month?

350

14 Portrait of Lord Baltimore the frontispiece and preface, and place them

Blanick them toad from London to} 288 before January

36 Berwick continued

17. View of the palace of Ludewigsluft 343 Directions for placing the Plans, Prints, &c. 18 Plan of the roads, &c. between the three to Vol. XXXVII.,

bridges

19 Portrait of the King of Denmark 393 I THE frontispiece to front the title 26 Road from London to Briftol, p. 1. 333 2 Plan of the road from London to Ber

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to front p. 1 21 Mr. Foot in the character of Major Sture 3 Coluber Cerastes

8
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449 4 Double horn of an African Rhinoceros 40 22 View of the Earl of Westmoreland 5 Plan of Broadstreet and Cornhill wards 64 Seat

456 6 Mud-Inguana, view of

96 23 Front view of the same, with the Park 7 View from Richmond-hill, up the river

505

24 Plan of the road from London to Bristol, 8 Map of Corsica 128

513 9 Portrait of John Wilkes, Esq; 191 25 Plan of the wards of Candlewick and 10 View of Dr. Batty's house at Twicken. Langbourn

629 ham

176 26 Portrait of the late Mrs. Pritchard 615 1 Portrait of Paschal Paoli

240 27 Plan of the road from London to Buck12 Lift of the house of commons ibid. ingham

633

348

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