European Magazine And London Review, May 1, 1795

European Magazine And London Review

May 01, 1795

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Issue date: Friday, May 1, 1795

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European Magazine And London Review (Newspaper) - May 1, 1795, London, Middlesex THE European Magazine, For MAY 1795. [EmbellUhed with, i. A Portrait of the Right Rev. John Eoerton, late Lord Bisho* of Durham; and, 2. A View of the Con vzn t or La Tra-j>pb. containing Pagei Life of the Right Rev. John Egerton, late J Lord Bifltop of Durham, 294 j Some Account of the Convent of La Trappe, 293 Remarks on the " Attempt to prove Fofiil Shells, Bones, Wood, Fifli, &e. to be the Spoils of the Univerfal Deluge," 296 On Prophecies, 297 On the Partiality of Authors to their Brethren, 299 Account of an Interview between'f eefhoo Lama and Lieut. Samuel Turner (who was appointed on an Emba0y to Tibet, ) at the Monastery of Terpaling, 301 Anecdote of Thomas Bradbury, com. monly called Tom Bradbury, 304 Anecdote of Guftavus Adolphus, ibid. The Life of Baron Napier of Merchifton, by J. Lettice, B. P. 305 TaWe-Talkj or, Charafters, Anecdotes, &c. of Hluflrious 'and celebrated Bri-ti/h Characters* during the laft Fifty Years: including, Roubilliac-the late Sir Jofcph Yates-Sir Francis Blake Delaval--Marquis of Rockingham-late Duchefs of Kingfton-and Handel, 30? Letter from David Hume, Efq. to Adam Smith, Efq. 31c Curious Argument of Lord Chief Juftice Dy#r on a Angular Cafe, 312 London Review, with Anecdotes of Authors. Paley's View of the Evidences pf Chrifti-anity. Second Edition, 313 Anderfon's Narrative of the Brkim Em-bafly to China, in the years 1792,1793, and 1794, . . 318 Earl of Dundonald's Treatife-fliewing the ultimate Connecfion that fubfifts between Agriculture and Chemiftry, 320 The Elements and Practice of Rigging, Seamanmip, and Naval Tactics. U-luftratcd with Engravings, 321 The Immortality of the Soul, a Poem, Pag? from the Latin of Ifaac H. Browne,, tranflated by J. Lettice, B. D. 323 Drofliana. Number LXVIII. Anecdotes of illuftrious and extraordinary Perfons, perhaps not generally known f contw 1 nuedj $ including, Noftradamus- Cardinal de Sardis-Ear J of Warrington-Sir Rob. Walpole-Jofliua Barnes -Mr. Gibbon- Fenelon, ArchbUhop of Cambray-Beaumelfc-P. Dumou-lin-Dom Noel Argonne 327 Journal of the Proceedings of the Fifth Seflionof the Seventeenth Parliament of Great Britain, 331 Account of the Tr.alof Warren Haftings, Efq. (late Governor General of Bengal) before the High Court cf Parliament for High Crimes and Mifdemean-ors ^concluded], 339 Theatrical Journal: including Plan and Character of The Wel:h Heirefs, a Comedy, by Mr. Jemmgbam-The Irifli Mimick ; or, Blunders at Brighton, a Farce, by Mr. O'Keeffe-The Bank Note; or, Leflbns for Ladies, a Comedy, by Mr. Macready-Birch's Adopted Child, a Mufical Piece-H�l-croft'sDeferted Daughter, a Comedy- Hooke's Jack of Newbury, a Comic Opera-The Death of Capt.Faulknor, 343 Poetry: including, The Armed Yeoman, a new Song. Written by Sir William Young, Bart. The Mufic adapted for the Harpfichord by Z. Wyvill, Harpfi-chord and Singing Mafter at Bray, near Maidenhead, Berks-A Soph's Room and Library-Lines written in a Book of mine, formerly belonging to the Dean of St. Patrick. By Mr. Waller, -A. M.-The Choice-Sonnet, 346 Foreign, Intelligence, from tfie tendon Gazettes, &d Sec. 279 Domeftic Intelligence, 284 Marriages. Monthly Obituary. Prices of Stocks. L O N D O N: Printed for J. SEW EL L, Cornhill, and J. D E B R E T T, Piccadilly^ [?ncereo at &tatiroier**i6att.3 Eonor. Mag. Mav 1795. P P ;