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ORIGINAL CRITICISM, AND THE REVIEWERS REVIEWED.

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A.

Ferriar's Illustrations of Sterne

ABERCROMBIE's Sermon 569

65, 164
Addington's Speech on the Union 303 Fitzgerald's Nelson Triumphant
Auckland's (Lord) Speech on the
Union

45

G.
B.

Geddes's New Translation of the
Barruel's Memoirs of Jacobinism 497 Holy Bible (Vol. II.)
Baviad and Mæviad

581

Goethes Goetz of Berlichingen, by

Beauties of the Anti-Jacobin

Scot

297

Bellham's (Rev. Mr.)

61

Bingley's Examination of the Irish

H.

Discontents

50 Haldane's Tour through Scotland 342
Bishop's Poetical Works
333 Hall's Bampton Lectures

133
Blundell's Dancing Masteriana 53 Halloran's Occasional Poems 296
Bolland's Epiphany

42 Hanway's (Mary Ann) Ellinor, or

Bowen's Fast Sermon

316

the World as it is

37

Brownlow's Two Sermons 313 Harpe, De La, on Revolutionary

Bubble and Squeak

286

Fanaticism

545

C.

Hay's (Mary) Emma Courtney 54

Caldron, a Satire

294

Victim of Prejudice 57

Chalmers's Supplemental Apology 383 Hayter's Aslize Sermon

311
Charles de Roleofeld, &c.

755 Henshall's Specimens and Parts 17

Cleves's Devotional Exercises

180

Henshall & Wilkinson's Domesday 425

Colnett's Voyage

408 Holman's Votary of Wealth 301

Considerations upon Frauds of the Howlett's Sermon before two Vo.

Revenue

47

lunteer Corps

51

Cowe's Religious and Philanthropic

Thanksgiving Sermon 52

Tracts

449 Horsleys Critical Disquisitions 397

on the Advantages of Chris. Hull's Defence of the Cæfarean

tianity

450

Operation

52

Crambe Repetita

292 Hutton's (Dr. Charles) Course of

Cupid and Psyche

432 Mathematics

161

D.

(Rev. Mr.) Sermon at Lin-

Delon's Sermon on Death
177 cola

309

Descent upon England, a Prophecy,

in Two Acts

572

I.

Index

590

E.

Information for Overseers, &c. 459

Issay on Preserving Health

319 Inspector, &c.

403

D'Ifraeli's Romances
F.

D'Ivernois's Historical and Poli-

Family Lectures

307 tical Survey, &c.

447

Farrel's Union, or Separation 49
Ferguson's History of the Roman

K.
Republic
413 King's Britaania Triumphant 437

Касх'.

296

Knox's Considerations on the Lord's Rankin's Importance of Religious

Suprer

128

Establishments

Katzenue's Reconciliation 155 Report of the Society for Bettering

Kotzebue's Virgin of the Sun, by

the Condition of the Poor

457

Mis Plumptree

439 Revolution, a Poem

Rise, Progress, &c. of French Prin-

L.

ciples

259

Lawfulness of Defensive War con Robinson's (Mrs.) False Friend 39

sidered

185 Ruding on Coinage

168

Letter to a College Friend

181 Rush's Observations on the Yellow

Member of the Irish Par.

Fever

585

liament

305

the Pope

S.

Letters from the Army of Buona Sizar, a Rhapsody

54

parte

66 Smith's Iconographia Scotica

423

Letters from a Traveller to the Somerville's Reign of Queen Anne

Abbe Barruel

33, 146, 369

Libertines, a Novel

194 Sonnini's Travels in Egypt

557

Lloyd's Letter to the Anti-Jacobin Southey's Joan of Arc

120

Reviewers

188

Poems (Vol. II.) 127

Ludlam's Theological Essays

279 Stavorinut's Voyage to the East-

Indies

26т

M.

M'Cormick's Memoirs of Burke 198

T.

Manners's (Lady) Review of Poetry 435 Tasker's Poetical Extracts

Marth's Politicks of England and Tax upon Income

France

513 Tooke's Diversions of Purley 9, 377

Minto's (Lord) Speech on the Union 43

Monthly Review for February, 1779 65

U

Morse's Anniversary Thankigiving Unitarian Morning and Evening

Sermon

578

Prayers

N.

Unsexcd Females, a Poem

Neutrality of Prullia

175

New Annual Regifter for 1793

V.

Van Braam's Embassy to China 244

0.

Vancouver's Voyage to the Pacific

Observations on the Right Hon. J.

Ocean, &c.

138

Forster's Speech

306 Veltheim (Count) on the Gold-dig-

Mr Holliday's Life

Ants and Griffons

of Earl Mansfield, &c. 276 View of the Conspiracy against Social

Order

67.

P.

Voyage to Guiana and Cayenne 541

Paine's Age of Reason

338

Pallas's Journey to the Southern

w

Provinces of Rullia

531 Wakefield's New Testament

Penn's Conjectures on the word slug 284

Walker's Elements of Geography, 325

Remarks on the Eastern Ori. Wells's (Helena) Letters on Feinale

gination of Mankind 283

Education

317

Pinkerton's History of Scotland, 113,246

Step Mother

421

Polwhele's Hiftory of Devonshire 467

What is She? A Comedy

150

- Letter to Dr. Hawker

451

Whitt's St. Guerdon's We!I

477

- Old English Gentleman 171 Williams's Thankfgiving Sermon 179

Sketches in Verse

174 Wollaston's Country Parson's Ad.

Prince the, of the Nineteenth Cen.

diels

319

tury

540 Wrangham's Visitation Sermon

R.

Wrangling Philosophers

Randall's (Anne Frances) Letter to Wright on the Monopoly of small

the Women of England 144

Farms

Ramel's Narrative of the Depor-

Wright's Reply to Wright

sation of the French Deputies 518

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A.

J.

ACADEMIS EXERCISE, from Jacobinism, History of

9!; 225

Cambridge

Acrostiche, Tribute of Loyalty and

L.

Gratitude

359 Lettes on the Conduct of Rectors,

Address spoken on the Anniversary

by a Friend to the Church of

of the Literary Fund

England

75

Anti-Democrat's Letter on Wyvill 359 on the Jacobinism of

Aafwer to Mr. D'Ifraeli's Letter

356

College, Cambridge, by a

Friend to Truth

87

C.

on Mr. Romaine, by a

Clericus's Letter on the Conduct of

Friend to the Etablishment 76

Rectors

74 Literary Fund, 'Account of

Strictures on the Reviewers 79 Literary Intelligence

112, 240

Conjectures on the Author of Ju-

nius's Letters

M.

Correspondents, Notices to

· Margaret son's Letter on St. John's

112, 240, 368, 496 College, Cambridge

353

Coontermine's (Tom) Letter on the Methodists, Letter on the, by the

Quakers

77

Shade of Hooker

354

Reply to Examiner 483 Methodist Ordinations, Account of 358

Miso-Fanaticus on Cadogan's Dis.

D.

courses

Daniel, a Prophecy of, applied to

the Methodists

349

the French, by Fatidicus 216 Moles's Account of the Mainelouc

Debating Society, Description of a 98

Goveroment

Diffenters, Defence of the, by G. 84

Letter on the, by A. 354

'N.

whether they are unfa Night-Mare, a Poem

99

vousable to Monarchy, decided go Nonsence, various kinds of, de-

scribed

E.

P.

Esaminer's Defence of the Quakers 215 Pizarro, Remarks on the Play of 107

Politics, Summary of 1051 231, 489

F.

Fall of Cisalpina

363

R.

Firft of August, 1798, Lines on the 369 Reply to G.'s Defence of the Dife

France, an Elegy

103 senters, by

H.

S.

Haldane's (Rev. Mr.) Letter to the Schism and Schismatics, Remarkson 73

Editor

341 Scriptural Prophecy, Perversion of a 484

Song on Lord Howe's Victory

I.

of June 1, 1794

486

D'Ifraell's (Mr) Letter to the Editor 235 Strictures on the Dilleuters, by W.A 82

PREFACE.

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IN our first Preface we had occasion to congratulate
our readers and ourselves on the partial success of our
labours, as evinced in the dissolution of one of our
political and religious opponents, the Analytical Re-
view, premising, at the same time, that we were too
well acquainted with the active principle of Jaco-
BINISM, to expect, from the destruction of a powerful
advocate, any long cessation of its efforts for the at-
tainment of its end. It speedily rose, Phenix-like,
out of its own ashes, under the denomination of the
New Analytical Review, endued with the same
malignity of spirit, the same activity of exertion, and
the same inveteracy of hatred to existing establish-
ments ; thereby verifying our prediction, that “the
spirit of Jacobinism, though vanquished in one shape,
will rise up in another.” But, notwithstanding its
pompous boast, that it was no “ subject of partial
or temporary concern,” it strutted and fretted its

hour
upon

the
stage,

and then was heard no more.” Thanks to the meliorated spirit of the times, imputable to causes easily traced, after a short existence of only six months, this democratic viper, of whose venom we have exhibited some notable specimens, (and many more have we to exhibit,) expired. The improvement of the public mind, thus evinced in the discouragement experienced, in the present day, by publications of a pernicious tendency, contrasted with their very extensive circulation but a short time since, affords the most satisfactory grounds of con

solation

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