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Quintilian, of Education
322 Sentiment, what

Quintus Curtius. See Curtius,

Serradus, his Observation on Chrift': Bap-

Ranrismos. Soe Sprinkling.

Sejac, the same with Sefoftris

Rays Sec Ligbt.

Shepherds augmented the vaft Army of the
R. D. See Letters.

Pbilipines, 29. Posterity of Abraham, 33
Reason, as fore a Guide as Revelation, 1, Simonides. Sec Hiero.
Discarded by the Followers of Wbitefield. Sluth a Ground of falle Judgment 245

98 Small-Pox cured
Regrault, Abstract of his Logic 240 Smells, more affecting to others, than those
Religion public, espous'd by Men of louse who carry them

Liver and Principles

351 Smiib, Richard, a remarkable Infance of
Relig.ous Commotions, good abd båd Effects Suicide, 71 - Foba, his Conduct and

58 Opinions, 116. Rebaptises himself, 119.
Rolifance, Doctrine of, discusid 227 Gather'd his firft Congregation of English
Relpi.ation, ito Use

304 Anabap.ists at Leyden 108. --M, Re-
Revelacion, on what Account nec.ffary, 1. marks on his Hypothesis of the Tails of
of St. Yobri, apply d to the Roman Comets


279 Solids and Fluids, animal, their Force, Of.
Revolfion. See Derivaticn.

fice, and mutual Agency, 287, &c.296,
Rewards, pob:ic, to be given

154 &c.
Riccoboni, Author of the Reformation of ibe Sound, how produced and determin'd in


Rodericus Toletanus, Character of
95 Spectator, of Education

Rome, B.lhups of, their Usurpation and Ty- Spelling-Books, censur’d, 248. Preface to

187 the Pinf a new one. End of No. VI.
Roman Empire, lesen'd, 219. - Church, Sprinkling ( Rantismos) not used by the
Prophecies in Daniel and ine Revelations, Ap Ales, nor long aster

rela'ing to it

279, 327 Stackbouse, Rev. Mr, a Passage iş his Apo
Remar Pontificals, 187, 189. Ouchs in-

Faratus criticis'd

Verted in it

191 Sage reformed
Rule, why given

4 Stalbrigienfis. See Letters.
Rilne in Phşfic and Philosophy


See Image, Duck.
Rufticus. Sce Letters,

Srebbing Rev. Dr, vindicated
Rutberforib, M., Opponent of Mr War. Stephenson, his Mecbanic Practice of Phyfie,

R. Y. See Letters. Yate.

Somach and Intestines, their Texture and

Sacrifice, Oblation, Terms abus'd by the Scory, of a Quack, 223. -- of an Enthufiaft,

Sall:ji, Hiftorian, his Chararlie 195 Strype, his Annals of tbe Reformation quo-
Sulmuri, on a Parige in bis Review, 183, ted

104 Note, c.

Seukeley, Dr, reconciles the Christian with
Salop, Curate of. See Letters.

the Egyptian Theology

Saic, fterilises Land
130 Sublimate, Remedy against

Sappbo, Gresk Poetes, quo:ed

55 ublime. See Parberic.
Sarum, Rubric relating to Bipeism 82 Suicide, condemn'd, 36. RcAcations there.
Sacurn's Ring, how caused

79 on, 70. Practis'd hy antient Héroes, 71.
Sawire, Account of, 109. His Conclufions, Forbidden by the Pagan Religion
ibid. Bount

Swimming, Cause of a Diabetes 251
Sclafraburgenfis. S:e Lamberous.

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Synthefis, Method of, defined 247
Schvol Educacion, Adancages of 281

Schoonen, cenfur'd, 20. Remark on ene

Table of Comets

who affecied their way of Writing, ibid. Tabor and Pipe, Figure playing on, describ-
Scylax Caryardenfis, Author of a Periplus, ed


Ta itus, Hitorian, his Character 195
Scyrbia, antient, Enquiry into it. Situation, Tar. Warer, good Effects of

341. Discover'd by Darius'a Expedition, Technical Terms, why retained
343. It Dimenfione

344 Te Deum, Pofl ge in, explained
Seagrave, a Meshodift, answers Dr Trapp, 8 Temperament, a Source of Error 245
Selt. Preservation denies a Man's Righi o- Temple, magnificent

ver bis own Life

36 Tecanus cured by Musk Fol. p. 23
Semi-tones, how produc'd from Flotes, 160 Text (Noun) its Acceptacions
Sereia, had a juft Notion of Comets 73 Texts, explained

Sentation, what



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Theocracy, ceased after Samuel, 324.

of Hungary
2 Tbell. ii. 3, 4, 9, explained 327

Vow made to the Pope

Tbomas, Pascoe, Observer of the late Comet, Vulgat, preferr’d to Greek of Hebrew, 335
267, 349

Tourydides, Hiftorian, his Character 194 Hall, Dr, Passage from his Hiftory of lo-
Thumb, Tom, his Memory celebrated 53


Till (Particle) how vled

Folio 23

Warburton, Rev. Mr, emmended, 87.
Tillerfon, Archbp, reconciles Eternity with Observacions on his Sermon at Barb, 169.
Divine Justice, 185. Centur'd

Letter to him, in Defence of Dr Grey,
1 Tim. iv. 1, 2, 3, explain'd 327

221. His loverpretation of Abrebam's
Toletanus. See Rodericus.

offering up. Ifasc, defended, 176. Ob.
Tooes, in Flater, bow determin'd
159 je&tions to his Faft Sermon

Tonguinese Medicine, im Preparation and Wesley, Rev. Cbarles, Encomium of his

Praying and Preaching

Tonguing a Wind-Inftrument, what, 162 Wbarton, Advocate for Non-Residents, 38
Tragedies, modern, censor'd

212 -13

Wbifton, ascribes the Deluge to a Comet, 78
T-pp, Dr, Remarks on


Wbite, Rev. Mr, on his Controversy with
Trent, Council of, afferto the Neceflity of a Diffenter, 349. On a Paslage in hie

3 Note


46 Wbitefield, Rev. Remarks on his Conduar
Truth, all, not necessarily true, 15. Needs and Writing, 5, 7, 10, 11, 2256 Vin-
Examples as well as Rules


dicated, ii, &c. His Preaching com-
Tally, hio Saying of Praise

46 par’d with Longbeard's, 94. Strange Ef.
Turrian, hio Character

229 fects of his Sermon on Pentecoft, 98,
Tythes, Objections against
4 Resembles the Quakers

Whiteness of skin, how caused

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Vanity, a Source of false Judgment 245 Wbirgift, Aschbp, his Testimony of úr
Vapourt, of their Formation and Ascent, Fox

173 Wickliffe, viodicated from being an Anabap-
Vaucanson, Inventer of curious Machines, cift, 104, 115. His Opinions condemned

159. Appror'd by the Academy of Sci: by the Council of Constance, 108. By
ences, 166. Letter concerning his Duck, Archbp Arundel, 113. His Opinion of

ibid. Baptism

Velocity, various, of the Air in Flutes, Will not free

Cause of the Variation of Sourds, 165-6 Willis, several Hypotheses of his, in Ada.
Vesalius, erroneous in Anatomy, 354, &c. tomy, purely imaginary
Via Regia, the Highway to Heaven 174 Wind, how modify'd by human Organs, 160
Vibrations of the Air, by their Slownels or Wird Instruments, Remarks oa 159

Quickness, determine Tones in Flutes, 159 Winslow, a prime Anatomiit 34
Victory dot lo joy ful to a King, as to a pri- Wood, Antbony, bis Character of Me Fox,
vate Person

15 I S. Charges him with a Falfity, 107
Virgil, bis Account of Polypbemus, 55. Of Words used metaphorically, lose not their

the mischievous Effects of Comets, 6;. proper Meaning
of the State of Suicides, 72. Of the Worship, with my Body I ebee, in the Mar.
Sterility of falt Lands

riage Ceremowy, explained 272
"Virtue, inability to practise, inconfiftent

with the Glory of God,

171 Yantbus, a speaking Horse in Homer 56
Viscesa, elementary Glands of, imaginay, Xenopbor, Dialogue from, translated by

354 Elizabeib, 139. His Character as an
Ulcer. See Lungs.


Uncertainty, absolute, deny'd 76, 26

Univerfal Hitory, Observation of the Au. Yate, Mr,defends his Hypothefir of Comets,
those of, disproved

265. Objections against his supposed
Universal Prayer, a new one, 199. See Pope. rectilineal Motion of the late Comet;
Voltaire on Soicide, 70. His Ode to the le with a Cat, 345-6. His Answer, 347



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