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Gentlemans Magazine And Historical Chronicle (Newspaper) - November 1, 1766, London, Middlesex The Gentleman's Magazine London Gstette Craftfman Daily Ad?ert!rer OIilLoiiiioo Spy LondonEreniag Gen. Ersnirg Whitehall Et. Gazetteer Pablic Advert. London Chron, Lloyd's Erening Motutsj, fVtd-ntfitay, Friday. Public Ledger Vn'w. C'hipn. Monitor North Briton ScrutatQf Ccar.trjl/rws, Coventry a Colchefier York 2 paperi Public 3 Efiin^burgh Briihil s Norwich a Exe:er Worcefter Northampton Gh.ureder Stam/bfd Nottingham Cn*fter Derby Reading Sjliiburj Lreds N;�-caflIe 1 Oanttrturjr Sherbora Birtji'ngham Manchefler Bath a Oxford Liverpool CiTT bridge jhcffield Glafgow For NOVEMBER 1766. CONTAINING, "* < JBort tn Ounatitp anB gKottt Sarittp tSjanen? "vaoah of tfit SJinli an6 Pri�. L SutnrnarjT of Mr ^b�:'� difpute with M. II. Inltances of lonjeVitjr in the inhahitant* orStiii-Giffirti in Glcuctfltr/iirt. III. Litter to P a water, XII.-MrGciVi.account of acuri for the bite "f a Tattle fnake. XHL-^-LeUeri frooi Sir F. H. Eyjci Siy/a, concerning the ntvNiaftliian mictofcopes. XIV, Perceptibility of the influe((c�s of the Spirit aflertcd and pfoved, XV, Reafons againft an e^uaj >and-tax, XVI, Djnger of inflaming the people. XVII, Price of labour fliewn in a new light. XVill. DifTjlution of the Briiifi coniiitotion improfcabie.. XIX. S^utimenls of � Utt tmtUsr on th; condition of the poor, XX. Sir T Mire's dtfcript. of hii own times. XXI. Arguments for lar^e farms. .XXIL Plan fordividing forefli& wafte lands XXIil, Caufei of the high price of meat. XXIV. Scbobrj remonft, aga^nft holiday tajh.! XXV. Mr Loian't legacy to Pbiltidi'pbia. XXVI. Rem, on Ptrron't acc. of the Ptrfts. XXVII Tftird letter cn OrtghalSin conc'iud XXVIII, Riche. and Olory. A tale. XXJX. 0.1 the delicacy of Tenfiile minds. XXX. Of K'.ow'mgibeiuirU ini f/elv.g hfc. XXXI. Some accognt of Pr. Itvacliui XXXIL Cafeofy^sw, Countetsof /fn^/e/oi. XXXIIL PoETBY. Lines, bv a y,.Btn of 17.-The Philofophcr and Olow.wcrm - 1 hr Cotnpiaint. XXXIV. Lift of Bioh-aUb RemaTit-Mt-moirtof a Magdalen.-Interefting hifiori-tal events relating to Birgal, Part II.- Circumrtantial account o( the burnuig a Gtr.tm Lady.-The Cui n"n| Man-An ef fay on the ExgH/h conftito'-ion. XXXV.Hm.Clrcn, King's fp:ech ; p.ocli laation, 6fc. &c. Lifii ai ui'uaL With the ReprefcDtation of an Old Watc� Elm, it StokrCifo'd, in Clcitceprjhirt, forty.one feet in Circumference. Alfo an eafy Method of making ftiong artificial Mac-wets, withoot the Help of any Magnet whatever, either Natural or Arificial. By STLFANVS V R B J N, Gent. I 0 N D O Ni Printed by D. Henry, at St John's Gate.
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