Gentlemans Magazine And Historical Chronicle, September 1, 1771

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Gentlemans Magazine And Historical Chronicle (Newspaper) - September 1, 1771, London, Middlesex The Oentleman's Magazine: London Gazette Daily Advertifrr PubiicAdverttfer Public Ledger Gazetteer StJames'sChron London Chron. Generai Evening Wliiteball Even. London Evening Lloyd'sEvening, nefday, Friday. Oxford' Cambridge Reading Nortliampton Birmingiiam i JBath I papers Coventxy x BrJftol 3  Yorki paper Dublin �> ' .N'ewcaftle s Leedes z Edinburgh 'Aberdeen Glafgow Ipfwich Norwich Exeter GJoucefter 'Saliibury Liverpool Sherbom Worcefter Stamford Mottingham Ch ftsr Caiterhnry kChilmsford For SEPTEMBER, 1771- CONTAINING. Oiorr in cuantitp ant) gte"" ffatiJts tban anp Vaaau of tfte Rinb anO i9ri�. Iiurrefting advicts from Ameiica 38* Dcbites in a .Vewljr citab iflsed Sociery 3 S3 -Mr.G. O fl w, in an{wer uSir J. M-w-y, on the Motion for appoinu'ng a Commitce w inqui/e into the Admiiiiilrjition ot" criminal Jofticc, inA the proceedingi of the Judges in Weftminder haJI. ib. -Hon. C -s F-K, on the abfurdity of the Supporters of the Motion 384 -Hon. C-tt-ne P-1, for the Motion ib. -~-Loid C-e againft the Motion 38J -Mr Ald.T--nf-d.iB R-[>ly to L.C-e 3S6 - SirG-ge S-T-lle infuppoftof the Motion 387 Modern Mjtiimoniil Grievances id Atnb. of,ip�iog the Beau Monde ridiculed 3�� Remarks on tome Pansges of Voltaire 389 CiiriuU'i Epitaph in Banbury Church 391 Remarks of M. Voltaire, on i'hy/iciaiu ib. Do. r-n J.ihnfon's Edition of Shakefpeare 392 A nev'Lomr Hypothetis ib. Merits of Racine and Corneille compared 39 i Lire of thf! cclcbiated M. de Ivcaumut ib. The V'muawi Fair, amoral Tale 395 Ro(i(;ious Policy of the Turks ib. Opinion on the Mcriisof Junius, and theChs-rarterof the King 39* Reply to Mr. Emerfon's Vindication 39X StiiMe opinioiis of fome Indians, concerning ibe fypreme Being An c dd Miliaktt of an Hogi 4C0 Turkifii opinion ot Duels 401 The cruelty of Aureliani cenfured ib. Account of the Jaie Famine in India 401 The Folly and Injmorality of Maftjuerades 404 Summary Vie,*'- of the Corxfefliooalian Con-trnverfy 405 Manners and Cuftams of the Natives of Utahi-tee, Hou a hani, Bolobolo, and Unatecha 407 Meteorological Diary of the Weather 408 Defcript. of the Jubilee at Weft Wycombe 409 Dean Boys's Parody on the Lord's Prayer ib. Recipe for the Siranguary ib. review of Books.-An Eff

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