Gentlemans Magazine And Historical Chronicle, May 1, 1766

Gentlemans Magazine And Historical Chronicle

May 01, 1766

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Issue date: Thursday, May 1, 1766

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Location: London, Middlesex

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Years available: 1740 - 1820

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Gentlemans Magazine And Historical Chronicle (Newspaper) - May 1, 1766, London, Middlesex The Gentleman'i Magazine London Giittte Crjftfman DiiljAdvertifer Old London Spy LoodonETCEing ' Gen. ETtning Whitehill ��. i Gjietttei Public Ad�eTt. Lomloo Cbron. Lloyd's Evening Mor.dy, Wui-nefJay, Friday, Public Ledger Univ. Chjon. Monitor North Briton SoTitatoi Coventry a Colchefler York a paper* Dublin 3 Edingburgh Briftol 1 Korwich i Ex:ter Worccfier Nditbiuiptoa Glo'iccilf r Stam'''-,rd Notcinghim CKefter Derby Ipfwich Reading .Sahftuty Leeds NewcaSle � Canterbory Sherborn Birmicj;bam Manchefter Bath 1 Oxford Liverpool Cambridge Sheffield Glafgffw CONTAINING, jSBort tn Qaatttiti ano Jttattr Darittj than aai; Vtaoh of tije Wmt Bn& Prift- XIII. An account of the SeminiTies in f/an-dcr] for the education of EnglJJh youth. XIV. Metnoiii of the young Preteuder. XV. New regulations with refpea to the trade of ih: colonies in the fftji-lr.dics and ' America. XVI. The committee's refolutiont. XVII. A conftitutional and political EniUjh catechifm. XVIil. Pctiical Ejfayi.-Sit Dilitrry DM.'c, a fong j-fiJutaUQns at Ba(h j-ihzSfanijb riot ;-verfes on her MijcSj's birth di; ; -linei on Beauty ; -to Clm, by Lady Mary ffortlty Montague, &c. XIX. Li^ if Bocks -jjiib Rimarh.-The practice of inocolation confidcied-SaUois 'er-ter�-The hiftory of the Tro^W/rcj-Nir-rative of a lare tranfaQion betweeirtwi n:-litary ofHrcrs-Letter ftomLidj AUK/l/is--lague-EiViys moral, religious, a^d mi.'cel-laneous-Prafiicct of the SanHmnr.ir.m- Tears of Tviicktnbatr..-Bath guide. Ci^c. XX. Hiftorual Cbror.ice. Rio; at Mai'.'iii Aft) palTtd ; Addreft of the Irijb Houle of Commons ; Thanks to Sec. C^n-way, I Brief account of the life and writings of the late Squire, Bp of St DiiviiTs. n, Obfervatiosi on the deleterious efFefts of horned rye j with the mod probable method of cure. ni. Inoculation tnade eafy j being the fub-ftance of a pamphlet containing a full dif-covery of the E/fcx method of treating that diftemper; with remarlcs. IV. Defcriptjon of a piece of mecbanifm, on the principleii of which the SicnrComai has performed fi4rpriziig feats. V. Obfervat. on a remarkable foflile Echiniie. VI. The fequel of a journey into Scot/and. VII. An account of the life and wntings of BBciaju2�, the celebrated Seori hiftorian. VIII. Defcripiion of feveral natural curiofi-tie*; iromHaJJWjuifi'ttxi^th. IX. Recipes for the ague, cholic, afthma, barrennrfs, i^c. X. The tld and way of living among the citizena oi Lor.rltn humorou/ly compared. XI. An account of Dr Srr.ollit'a travels. . XII. An addrefs to the Annototors of the Ei-ble on an imporlant fubjeft. With a curious Mechanical Plate, exhibjtingthePjinciplesonwhich.it ie fuppofed, the .Sieur Cmri/J perlormed many of his mo ft wonde-fu! Feats ; alfo the Reprefentar-^n, of a F.)flile Echinite, pjtchafed bv. a Foreigner at ih: Sale of the late Mr Poured'} Cuiiofitiei; fappofed to be tne mcft remarkable of the Kind yet taken out of the Earth. By SYLVANUS URBAN, Gent. L O ff D O St Printed by D. Henry, at St Johns G.-vrs. ;

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