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MISCELLANEOUS ESSAYS. On the Science of Phyfiognomy, from Mr. Pufeli's Advertisement to Hunter's

Translation of Lavater's Plays on Phyhognomy Origin and Nature of the Sentiment of Admiration in ihe human Mind:

from Cogan's Treatise on the Passions Nature of Pre-difpofing Causes, from the same

455 Medical and Surgical Prishments; in a Letter to the Editor of the Montity Magazine

497 Inquiry into the Origin of the Nerves ; from the same An Effay on the Origin of the Italian Languago

445 POETRY Ode to the Nero Year; by H.). Pye, Esq. Poet Laureat

430 Ode for his Majesty's Birth-day, June 4; by H. J. Pye, Poet Laureat 432 An Inscription ; by Mr. Roscoe

454 Lady Carlisle's Answer to Mrs. Greville's Ode for Indifference

455 A hot Day; written in a hot Night

456 Mad Pol: from Bloomfield's Farmer's Boy

457 Contraft between the Pof-horse and Farmer's Horfe ; from the fame 459 Suffolk Cheese; from the fame The Rhyming Apothecary, a Tale; by George Colmar, Esq.

461 Account of Books for 1800. An Accouni of an Embally to the Kingdom of Ava, sent by the Governor

General of India, in the Year 1795; by Michael Symes, Esq. Major ir his Majesiy's 76th Regiment

% An Account of an Embally to the Couri of Teefhoo Lama, in Tibet ; contain

ing a Narrative of a Journey through Bootan, and Purt of litet; by Captain Samuel Turner. To which are added Vieres taken on the Spot, by Lieutenant Samuel Davis; and Obfervations Botanical, Mineralogical, and Medical ; by Mr. Robert Saunders

470 Ayeen Akbery; or, The Institutes of the Emperor Akber. Translated from the original Perpan; by Francis Gladnin

479 The Geographical System of Herodotus examined and explained, by a Coniparijon

zeith those of other ancient Authors, and with modern Geography. In the Course of the Work, arc introduced Dissertations on the itinerary State of the Greeks, the Expedition of Darins Hypospes to Scythia, the Position astd Remains of ancient Babylon, the Alluvions of the Nile, and the Canais oj Suez; the Oasis and Temple of Jupiter Ammon, the ancient Cirtumnavigation of Africa, and other Subjects of History and Geography. The whole crplained by Eleven Maps, adapted to the different Subjects, and accomupisnied with a compleie Index; by James Renuell, F.R.S.

451 The Hisory of the Helvetic Confederacy

CHRONICLE, p. 47, t. I, I. 2, for Paiemeo, rud Palermo.

T. Burton, Printer, Litle Queca-kreste

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