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Gentlemans Magazine And Historical Chronicle (Newspaper) - July 1, 1771, London, Middlesex The Magazine: London Gazette Daily Adveitiffi PublicAdverriiiif Public Ledger Gizetteer StJames'sChron London Chron. General Evening Whitehall Even. London Eveninr Lloyd'sEvening, Monday, WeA- , nefday, Friday. Oxford Cambridge Reading Northampton Birmingham i , Bath 2 papers Coventry �, Briftol 3 F Vorkipaper Dublin ^ Mewcaftle a Leedesi Edinburgh Abefdeen CJlafwov? Ipiwich Norwich Exeter Gloucefter � Salifbury, Liverpool Sherborti Worcefter Stamford Nottingham Chefter iVf ancheSer Canterbury hebrisfotd For JULY, 1771. containing. Clore In OuanritpantJ greater jBarittp tljan anji �Sooft of tDe fiinb anb J?ti��. Ir.teieftinj; Advices from Amerra i9o Debacrs in a N'ewly eftablifhed Socicfy 291 - Lord Noith's Speech agiinft the Motion for amcndin;: an Ait to prevent malicious informations in the Court of Kirir^'j Bench, and an crquify into the cunduft of the Judges -Sir Wm. M-h, for confidering the Motion and linqiiiry feparately iql -Mr. C - w-1 in anf�ver to Sir Wnl. ib. - Mr. W-e againrt the Motion ib. -Mr. >erjeant G-n"s Reply 495 Oefeription of ibe new Canal ftom (he Trent to the Mi-Tfey 596 The Iceland Falcon defcfibed . 297 And EfTiy on the organization tai, forriiatiori of the Shells of AnnnJls ib. Renfarks oi� fome I'afljgei of Voltaire ^99 On AtarJce in old A^e 300 Memoirs of the Founder of the MotiaHery de la Trappff. 301 Acc. of the late dortlmenloration St Oxford 302 Medical Advice on the Cafe of W. E. 303 On EirprelVion by Driwiifg alondndependant of Colouring 304 O.her cpinioai rchiiTC to the Number of the B>;a:t 306 Memoirs of the late Dr.- Btirton of Eton 307 Junius'* Letter to the D. Of Graftoa 310 Rev. Mr. Home's Letter to Juniui 3I2 Junius's Reply to Mr. Horoe 313 Meteorological Diarj:'of the Weather 314 Review of Book-s, -Hiitoria et Cdsimen- tationes Academ> Theodoro Palatini -315 -The Expedition of Humphi ey Clinker 317 -Difcouife delivered to the Students of the Royal Academy . 321 -Elements of the Hiftofy of France 313 -The firft book of the Lufiad of Camo'^ ih. CATALoGt't OF New PrBLTCATlONS 325 PoETJCAt Essays.-Love's HourGlafj 327 _Fragment of Horace's Ode ia praife of Pin^ dar ib. ib, ib. ib ib. _Soifn6't sddrcifrd to a Redbreaft ^ -To a Lady on her pajEon for Oid Ghini -i^oetical Epiftle -An Elegiac Improm^ca - An Epitaph Hjsto�jcal Chroniclk. ^Foreign Affairs-AddreA and RemuoftranCe of the City of London, with his Majefty's Anfwer,- Signal DefeStof the French in Coriica-Inundation of the Elbe, and of Rappah�nnock River-Dreadful murder of Mife-Jonesanci Mifi Goughy Lifts of fiirths/ Mirtiages, and Deaths I Pro-moci'ons, Prefeiriiems, &c. Embellifhed with a Folio Plan of the New CANaL ffom the Tsent to tHeMEKs^Y; and alfo a l>ea�tiful Platfe of thelcKLAsn FaLcok. ^T^YhyAUVS URBAN, Gent. London, Printed for D. HENRY, at St. John's Gate.
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