Events noted in 1750

The event pages are experimental; the OCR errors in the text mean this is incomplete and unreliable but I offer it in the hopes that it will be of some use. Events shown include births and deaths of people with their own entries, and also the publication dates of some of the works cited.

1750

“Observations on Surgery,” Acrel, Olaus a very eminent Swedish surgeon and physician

“An Essay on the religion, worship, manners and customs of the Quakers,” Alberti, George William a preacher at Tundern in Hanover

“Histoire de la Suisse” Alt, Francis Joseph Nicholas Baron D' the descendant of an ancient patrician family of Fribourg in Swisserland

“Parentalia, or Memoirs of the family of Wren,” Ames, Joseph the celebrated typographical historian

“The theory of Fire,” Arrighetti, Philip a native of Florence

“A dissertation on 2 Peter i. 19,” Ashton, Thomas an English divine

“Pieces derobées a un ami,” Attaignant, Gabriel Charles De L' a French poet

“An Hebrew Grammar, formed on the usage of words by the inspired writers,” Bate, Julius an English divine of the Hutchinsonian principles

“The use and intent of Prophecy, and history of the Fall cleared,” Bate, Julius an English divine of the Hutchinsonian principles

“JEsthetica,” Baumgarten, Alexander Theophilus a philosopher of the German school

“A Sermon preached before the honourable House of Commons, at St. Margaret’s Westminster, on Tuesday, January 30, 1749-50,” Bentham, Edward canon of Christ-church

“Francfort Flora,” Bergen, Charles Augustus De a German anatomist and botanist

“Flora Francofurtanaj” Bergen, Charles Augustus De a German anatomist and botanist

“Parere sopra la seconda edizione de' Canti Carnascialeschi e in difesa della prima edizione,” Biscioni, Anthony Maria a celebrated Italian scholar of the last century

Born: Blackburn, William an eminent surveyor and architect

“Flora Lipsiae indigena,” Boehmer, George Ralph an eminent professor of botany and anatomy in the university of Wittetnberg

“Cosmographical ephemerides,” Brancas Villeneuve, Andrew Francis abbe d'Aulnay

Died: Breda, John Van a painter of history

“Lettres sur la Decouverte de la ville d'Herculaneum,” Brosses, Charles De a French writer of great learning

“A complete vindication of the Mallard of All-Souls college against the injurious suggestions of the rev. Mr. Pointer,” Buckler, Benjamin a learned and ingenious English clergyman and antiquary

“An Idea of the Creator, from his works.” Burgh, James a moral and political writer

Died: Burnet, Thomas rector of West Kington

“An exact and authentic account of the greatest white-herring-fishery in Scotland, carried on yearly in the island of Zetland, by the Dutch only,” Campbell, John an eminent historical

“Remarks on the Free and Candid Disquisitions,” Carte, Thomas a very learned English historian

“Combien un esprit trop subtil ressemble a un esprit faux,” Cerutti, Joseph Anthony Joachim a French poet and miscellaneous writer

“Lettres historiques et dogmatiques sur les Jubilés,” Chais, Charles an eminent protestant divine

Died: Chandler, Edward a learned English prelate

“Essay on the Roman Senate,” Chapman, Thomas the son of John Chapman

“Nouveau Dictionaire Historique et Critique pour servir de Supplement, ou de Continuation au Dictionaire de M. Pierre Bayle,” Chaufepie, James George De author of a very useful Biographical Dictionary

“PArt de verifier les dates,” Clemencet, Charles was born at Painblanc

Died: Cohausen, John Henry a learned and ingenious physician

“Penshurst,” Coventry, Francis the eldest son of Thomas Coventry

“Introduction to the Theory of Curve lines,” Cramer, Gabriel an eminent mathematician

Died: Crousaz, John Peter De an eminent philosopher and mathematician

Died: Dalrymple, Alexander an eminent hydrographer

Born: Dalzell, Anthony Edin

“Recueil d‘Observations Chirurgicales sur les Maladies de l’Urethra,” Daran, James a French military surgeon

“Reponse a la Brochure de Bayet sur la defense et la conservation des parties les plus essentielles de l'homme,” Daran, James a French military surgeon

Died: Demainbray, Stephen Charles an ingenious electrician

“Observations, &c.” Dionysius, Halicarnassensis a historian and critic of antiquity

“Zara’s answer;” Dodd, Dr. William an ingenious divine

“Assize Sermon on Human Laws,” Dodwell, William was born at Shottesbrooke

Born: Dolomieu, Deodati-Guy-Silvain-Tancred Gratet De a very able mineralogist

“De origine Germanorum,” Eccard, John George a German historian and antiquary

Died: Fabroni, Angelo an eminent Italian scholar and biographer

“J. Facciolati logica tria complectens, Rudimenta, Institutiones, Acroases undecim,” Facciolati, James a learned Italian orator and grammarian

Born: Fergusson, Robert who at an early period of life obtained a considerable degree of celebrity as a Scotch poet

“Art de verifier les dates;” Florez, Henry a Spanish Augustine

“Reflections on Incredulity,” Forbes, Duncan a very eminent Scottish lawyer

“Biblia Hebraica, sine punctis,” Forster, Nathaniel an English divine and scholar of eminence in the last ceatury

“Analecta literaria de Libris rarioribus,” Freytag, Frederic Gotthilf an eminent literary historian

“Parallele des quatre Electre, de Sophocle, d'Euripide, de Crebillon, et de Voltaire,” Gaillard, Gabriel Henry an elegant French historian

“Some Considerations upon Clandestine Marriages,” Gally, Henry an English divine

“The Distressed Wife,” Gay, John a very popular English poet

Died: Gordon, Alexander a native of Scotland

“Musceum Cortonense,” Gorio, Anthony Francis a learned antiquary of Florence

“The Customs of the Israelites, translated from the French of the abbot Fleury, by R. G.” Gough, Richard the Camden of the eighteenth century

“Additions,” Goujet, Claude Peter a canon of St

Born: Hamilton, William an historical painter

“Dialogue in the Senate-house of Cambridge,” Hardinge, Nicholas a polite and ingenious scholar

“Satyra de moribus Parhisiorumet FrUiae,” Heerkens, Gerard Nicholas a native of Groningen

Died: Hele, Thomas by birth an Englishman

“Fusions of Ores, and on Founderies,” Hellot, John a French chemist

“L'Art de la Teinture des Laines et EtofTes de Laines,” Hellot, John a French chemist

“Ode on the Superstition of the Highlanders.” Home, John a clergyman of the church of Scotland

“Pantheon Ægyptiorum, sive de Diis eorum Commentarius, cum Prolegomenis de Religione et Theologia Egyptiorum,” Jablonski, Paul-Ernest the son of Daniel-Ernest

Died: Jenkinson, Charles earl of Liverpool

Died: Jurin, James born in 1684

Born: Kelly, John a learned English clergyman

“Electra” Larcher, Peter Henry an eminent French scholar and translator

“History of the Jubilees,” Mann I, Dominic Maria an eminent Italian writer

Born: Marechal, Peter Sylvanus a miscellaneous French writer

Died: Masson, John a reformed minister

“Account of a Lunar Globe constructed by the Cosmographical Society of Nuremberg, from new observations,” Mayer, Tobias one of the greatest astronomers and mechanics of the last century

“Introduction to the Holy Scriptures of the New Testament,” Michaelis, John David a celebrated biblical critic

“Comus” Milton, John the most illustrious of English poets

“Observations de Physique et d'Histoire Naturelle sur les Eaux Minerales de Pyrenees,” Montesquieu, Charles De Secondat, Baron Of a very celebrated French writer

Died: Mottley, John, Esq. a dramatic and miscellaneous writer (16921750)

“The same enlarged,” Needham, John Tuberville a philosopher and divine of the Roman catholic persuasion

Died: Newton, John an English clergyman

“Anima Medica,” Nichols, Frank a physician and anatomist of eminence (?–1778)

“A Series of Medals representing the most remarkable Events of the Government of Malta,” Paciaudi, Paul Maria antiquary and librarian to the duke of Parma

“Student,” Parsons, Philip an English divine

Died: Petit, John Lewis a celebrated surgeon

“Maclaurin’s Algebra translated,” Pezenas, Esprit a learned Jesuit

“Here is a fine statue of the architect Piranesi, as large as life, placed there by his son. It is the work of the living artist Angolini; and though it certainly cannot be compared with the best antiques, it still possesses real merit.” Piranesi, John Baptist a very celebrated architect and engraver

“British Topography.” Rawlinson, Richard an eminent antiquary

“The Character of king Charles the Second to which is subjoined, Maxims of State, &c,” Savile, Sir George marquis of Halifax

“A critical Inquiry into the present State of Surgery;” Sharp, Samuel not related

“New Observations, Natural, Moral, Civil, Political, and Medical, on Bills of Mortality,” Short, Thomas a physician of the early part of the last century

Born: Simmons, Samuel Foart a late learned physician

Died: Staal, Madame De known first by the name of mademoiselle de Launai

“Proposals for publishing an authentic description of Athens, &c.” Stuart, James a celebrated architect and lover of classical antiquity

“Inscriptiones Citieae: sive in binas Inscriptiones Phoenicias, inter rudera Citii nnper repertas, conjecturae. Accedit de nummis quibusdam Samaritanis et Phceniciis, vel insolitam prae se literaturam ferentibus, vel in lucem hactenus non editis, dissertatio,” Swinton, John a very celebrated English antiquary

“Metilia: sive de quinario Gentis Metiliae, e nummis vetustis caeteroquin minimum notae, dissertatio,” Swinton, John a very celebrated English antiquary

“A Scripture Catechism with Proofs.” Taylor, John a learned dissenting teacher

Died: Terrasson, John brother to the preceding

Died: Thorpe, John a physician and antiquary

“Selectarum Plantaruin Decades,” Trew, Christopher James an eminent naturalist

Born: Villoison, John Baptist Gaspard D'Ansse Det a very learned Frenchman

“A system of Divinity and Morality, containing a series of discourses on the principal and most important points of natural and revealed Religion; compiled from the works of the most eminent divines of the Church of England,” Warner, Ferdinando a very voluminous writer

“The Roman Father,” Whitehead, William another English poet (?–1785)

Born: Windham, William a late distinguished statesman

Born: Young, Matthew the very learned bishop of Clonfert and Kilmacduacb

Died: Zeno, Apostolo a learned poet

1751

“Supplement” Abresch, Frederic Louis an eminent Greek scholar and commentator

“A Description of the Glaciers,” Altmann, John George a Swiss historian and divine

“Juris Pontificii et Caesarsei summa.” Antonine, De Forciglioni St. archbishop of Florence

“Memoire sur la carte des côtes de la Grèce,” Anville, John-Baptiste Bourignon D' first geographer to the king of France

“Italicae historiae scrip tores ex Bibl. Vatic. &c. collegit et prgefat. notisque illustravit J. S. Assemanus,” Assemani, Joseph Simon keeper of the Vatican

“Histoire du cardinal Mazarin,” Aubery, Anthony a lawyer of Paris

“Vie de M. Francois Paris, diacre,” Barbeau De Labruyere, John Lewis born at Paris in 1710

“In Pindari primum Pythium dissertatio habita Cantabrigiae in Scholis publicis,” Barford, William was educated at Eton school

“Le Tombeau Philosophique,” Bastide, John Francis De La a very industrious French writer

“A defence of Mr. Hutchinson’s tenets against Berington,” Bate, Julius an English divine of the Hutchinsonian principles

“The scripture meaning of Elohim and Berith,” Bate, Julius an English divine of the Hutchinsonian principles

“Mes Pense*es, ou, Le Qu'en dira-t-on?” Beaumelle, Laurence Angliviel De La a French writer of some note

Died: Berger, John William brother to the preceding

“Storia medica d'un apostema nel lobo destro del cerebello, Sec.” Bianchi, John an Italian naturalist

“History of the amours of Valeria and the noble Venetian Barbarigo,” Bibbiena, Ferdinand Galli painter and architect

“Otia litteraria,” Bidermann, John Theophilus a very learned and voluminous German writer

“Fairy Queen,” Birch, Thomas a late valuable historical and biographical writer

“Institutiones theologiae symbolicse,” Boerner, Christian Frederick professor of theology at Leipsic

Died: Bold, John a pious and useful clergyman of Leicestershire

“Recherches anatomiques sur la position des Glandes, et sur leur actions,” Bordeu, Theophilus De son to the preceding

“Breve Istoria dell‘ antica citta di Tadino nell’ Umbria, &c.” Borgia, Stephen a learned Roman cardinal

“Dissertatione sopra un‘ antica Iscrizione rinuentanelP Isoladi Malta nell’ anno 1749,” Borgia, Stephen a learned Roman cardinal

“An Essay concerning the mortality of the horned cattle:” Brocklesby, Richard an eminent English physician

“La Pohtique du Medicin,” Bruhier, John James D' Ablaincourt a French physician

Born: Cadogan, William Bromley grand nephew of the preceding

“Bibliotheque des Ecrivains de Lorraine,” Calmet, Augustine a learned Benedictine of the college of St

Died: Calvert, Frederick

“The Seribleriad,” Cambridge, Richard Owen an ingenious English writer

“A Letter from the Prince of the infernal legions, to a spiritual lord on this side the great gulph, in answer to a late invective epistle levelled at his highness,” Campbell, John an eminent historical

“The naturalization bill confuted, as most pernicious to these united kingdoms,” Campbell, John an eminent historical

“His royal highness Frederick late prince of Wales deciphered: or a full and particular description of his character, from his juvenile years until his death,” Campbell, John an eminent historical

“Le sens literal de Tecriture sainte traduit de PAnglois de Stackhouse,” Chais, Charles an eminent protestant divine

“Luctus Academias Cantabrigiensis,” Clarke, Edward son to the preceding

“Lettres sur les Peintures d'Herculaneum,” Cochin, Charles Nicholas son of the preceding artist

“De caeremoniis aulae Byzantines,” Constantine Vii., Porphyrogeneta son of Leo the Wise

Died: Coram, Capt. Thomas an eminent philanthropist

“The Triumph of Time and Truth,” Corelli, Arcangelo a famous musician of Italy

“Recueil des pieces imporiantes sur ['operation da la Taille,” Cosme, John De St. whose family name was Ba­Seillac

“Visions in Verse” Cotton, Nathaniel an English physician

“Pompey the Little,” Coventry, Francis the eldest son of Thomas Coventry

“Sacred poems, by various authors,” Dalrymple, David an eminent Scotch lawyer and antiquary

Died: Desaguliers, John-Theophilus an eminent experimental philosopher

“Dictionnaire d'Agriculture,” Desbois, Francis Alexander Aubert De La Chesnaie a laborious Dictionary maker

“A full and final Reply to Mr. Toll’s Defence of Dr. Middleton,” Dodwell, William was born at Shottesbrooke

“Parliamentary or Constitutional History of England,” Drake, Francis a surgeon at York

“An account of the Prophecies of Arise Evans,” Evans, Arise was a Welch conjuror

“An Authentic Narrative of the late extraordinary proceedings at Cambridge, against the Westminster Club,” Francklin, Thomas chaplain in ordinary to his majesty

“The Divine Energy,” Gill, John an eminent dissenting divine

“Travels through Siberia between the years 1733 and 1743,” Gmelin, John George a physician and eminent botanist

Died: Gough, Richard the Camden of the eighteenth century

“Atlas Renovatus, or Geography Modernized; being a particular description f the world as far as known to the ancients, and the present names of such places as now subsist; containing all the cities, towns, villages, castles, &c. mentioned in ancient authors, with all the remarkable occurrences that happened at the several places; the birth-places of famous men, the memorable sieges and battles, &c. the bounds, soil, air, manners, government, religion of each country. The whole being the most complete system ever composed before. To which is annexed a list of the Roman ways, and a copious index to facilitate the whole. Drawn upon the plans of Hornius’s and Cellarius’s maps.” Gough, Richard the Camden of the eighteenth century

“Memoire sur l'Immunite du Clerge*,” Gueret, Gabriel an elegant French writer

“Physiologia Medica, seu do actionibus corporis humani sani doctrina,” Hamberger, George Edward professor of chemistry and of the practice of medicine in the university of Jena

Died: Hort, Josiah archbishop of Tuam

“The opinion of an eminent lawyer (the earl of Hardwicke) concerning the right of appeal from the vice-chancellor of Cambridge to the senate; supported by a short historical account of the jurisdiction of the university; in answer to a late pamphlet, intituled * An Inquiry into the right of appeal from the vice-chancellor, &c.' By a fellow of a college,” Hurd, Richard an eminent and accomplished prelate

“A Letter to the vice-chancellor of Oxford.” Hyde, Henry Lord Hyde and Cornbury

“Dissertation,” James, Dr. Robert an English physician of great eminence

Born: Ives, John was the only son of one of the most eminent merchants at Yarmouth

“The grand question debated, or an Essay to prove that the soul of man is not, neither can it be, immortal,” Kenrick, William the son of a stay-maker at or near Watford in Hertfordshire

Died: Knutzen, Martin professor of philosophy in Prussia

Died: Kortholt, Christian grandson of the preceding

“Milton vindicated from the Charge of Plagiarism brought against him by Lauder, and Lauder himself convicted of forgeries and gross impositions on the public. In a letter humbly addressed to the right honourable the earl of Bath,” Lauder, William a native of Scotland

“Suite des observations sur les causes et les accidens de plusieurs accouchemens laborieux,” Levret, Andrew an eminent French surgeon and accoucheur

Died: Logan, James a polite scholar

“Observations sur les Grecs,” Mably, Gabriel Bonnot, Abbe' De a celebrated French political and miscellaneous writer

“A censure and examination of Mr. Thomas Ruddiman’s philological notes on the works of the great Buchanan, more particularly on the history of Scotland; in which also, most of the chronological and geographical, and many of the historical and political notes, are taken into consideration. In a letter to a friend. Necessary for restoring the true readings, the graces and beauties, and for understanding the true meaning of a vast number of passages of Buchanan’s writings, which have been so foully corrupted, so miserably defaced, so grossly perverted and misunderstood: Containing many curious particulars of his life, and a vindication of his character from many gross calumnies,” Man, James a schoolmaster of considerable learning

“Inquiries into the ancient Thermae of Florence,” Mann I, Dominic Maria an eminent Italian writer

“Conspectus novi thesauri juris civilis et canonici,” Meerman, Gerard a very learned lawyer and pensionary of Rotterdam was born at Leyden in 1722; of his early history

“Novus Thesaurus juris civilis,” Meerman, Gerard a very learned lawyer and pensionary of Rotterdam was born at Leyden in 1722; of his early history

“Gil Bias,” Moore, Edward an English poetical and miscellaneous writer

“Dissertazioni sopra le antichita Italiana, da Lod. Ant. Muratori, opera postuma data in luce da Gian. Fran. Soli Muratori,” Muratori, Lewis Anthony a learned Italian antiquary

“Some Conjectures relative to a very antient Piece of Money lately found at Eltham in Kent, endeavouring to restore it to the place it merits in the Cimeliarch of English Coins, and to prove it a coin of Richard the first king of England of that name. To which are added, some Remarks on a dissertation (lately published) on Oriuna the supposed wife of Carausius, and on the Roman coins there mentioned,” North, George an English antiquary

“De sacris Christianorum Balneis” Paciaudi, Paul Maria antiquary and librarian to the duke of Parma

Died: Petty, William a singular instance of an almost universal genius

“Martyrologium Romanum castigatum, ac commentariis illustrattim,” Politi, Alexander was born at Florence in 1679

“La Monogamie, ou l'unité en Mariage,” Premontval, Peter Le Guay De of the academy of sciences at Berlin

“History of the rise and progress of the people called Quakers in Ireland, from 1653 to 1750,” Rutty, John a medical observer and writer of very considerable learning

“A complete Collection of Sermons and Tracts” Salter, Samuel a learned English divine

Died: Salvini, Antonio Maria a learned Italian

Born: Shaw, George an eminent naturalist

“the Healing of Diseases as a Character of the Messiah, preached before the College of Physicians Sept. 20, 1750.” Stukeley, William an antiquary of much celebrity

“A Collection of Tunes in various Airs, with a Scheme for supporting the spirit and practice of Psalmody in congregations.” Taylor, John a learned dissenting teacher

“Continuation” Tindal, Nicholas nephew to the preceding

Died: Toup, Jonathan a very eminent critic

Died: Trapp, Joseph an English divine

“History of Holland,” Wagenaar, John a Dutch historian

“Observations on the Course of Proceedings in (he Admiralty-courts,” Webb, Philip Carteret

Born: Webber, John a royal academician

1752

“Essay on Hume’s Essay on Miracles,” Adams, William master of Pembroke College

Died: Alberoni, Julius an eminent Spanish statesman

“Letters on the state of Religion and the Sciences in Great Britain,” Alberti, George William a preacher at Tundern in Hanover

Died: Albinus, Bernard Siegfried son of the preceding

“Essais d'une nouvelle theorie du Mouvement des Fluides,” Alembert, John Le Rond D' an eminent French philosopher

“Index Medicamentorum simplicium triplex,” Alston, Charles an ingenious physician and botanist

“Lettres sur les homines cel bres dans les sciences,” Aquino De Chateau Lyon, Peter Louis son of the preceding

Died: Ashton, Charles one of the most learned critics of his age

“A particular account of the emperor of China’s gardens near Pekin, in a letter from father Attiret, a French missionary, now employed by that emperor to paint the apartments in those gardens, to his friend at Paris,” Attiret, John Denis a French Jesuit and painter

“Code penal,” Averdy, Clement Charles De L' a French statesman

“Les Amours de Tempe,” Auvergne, Antoine D' an eminent French musician and composer

“Essai sur la peinture, la sculpture, et Parchitecture,” Bachaumont, Louis Petit De a French miscellaneous writer

“Memoirs of British Ladies, who have been celebrated for their writings or skill in the learned languages, arts, and sciences,” Ballard, George an English antiquary and biographer

“An essay towards a rationale of the literal doctrine of Original Sin, &c.” Bate, James elder brother of the preceding

Born: Beauchamps, Joseph a member of the national Institute of France

“Cyclus, sive de anno magno solis, luna?, stellarum consideratio, ad incrementum doctrinse propheticre atque astronomies accommodata,” Bengel, John Albert a learned German divine

“Libri Manuscript! et irnpressi, collati curn Manuscriptis ex Bibliotheca Jo. Gul. de Berger,” Berger, John William brother to the preceding

“Farther thoughts on Tar Water,” Berkeley, George an eminent and learned prelate

Died: Bernard, John Frederic an industrious and learned bookseller of Amsterdam

Died: Berti, Alexander Pompey a learned Italian

Born: Bertin, Anthony a modern French poet of the Ovidian cast

“Memoires sur la Structure interieure de la Terre,” Bertrand, Elias an ingenious Swiss writer

“Discorso supra il vitto Pitagorico,” Bianchi, John an Italian naturalist

“Demonstratio historiae ecclesiasticse quadripartitae monumentis ad fidem temporum et gestorum,” Bianchini, Joseph nephew of the preceding

“Fabulosa de septem dormientibus historia,” Bidermann, John Theophilus a very learned and voluminous German writer

“DearteObliviscendi,” Bidermann, John Theophilus a very learned and voluminous German writer

“Progres des Allemands dans les belles-lettres,” Bielfeld, James Frederick Baron De was born at Hamburgh March 31

“Evangelium secundum Marcum ex versione Arabica, &c.” Bode, Christopher Augustus a learned professor of the university of Helmstadt

“Noachide,” Bodmer, John James a voluminous writer

“Observationum Anatomicarum fasciculus primus,” Boehmer, Justin Henning a very celebrated German lawyer

“Dissertationes sacrae,” Boerner, Christian Frederick professor of theology at Leipsic

“Commentaries of the Royal Society of Gottingen” Borda, John Charles a celebrated French mathematician and natural philosopher

Born: Boscawen, William an English miscellaneous writer

“Memoires pour servir a l'histoire des homines illustres de Provence,” Bougerel, Joseph a French biographer

“Treatise on Navigation and Pilotage,” Bouguer, Peter a celebrated French mathematician

“Histoire des Revolutions de Genes,” Brequigny, Lewis George, Oudard De Feudrix a learned member of the French academy

“Vies dfes anciens orateurs Grecs,” Brequigny, Lewis George, Oudard De Feudrix a learned member of the French academy

Born: Brown, John a Scotch artist

Born: Buat-Nancay, Louis Gabriel Du chevalier and count of Nanay

“Discourses on several subjects,” Bulkley, Charles a protestant dissenting minister

“De apostolica ecclesise Gallicanae origiue,” Bullet, John Baptist a learned French writer

“The Dialogue between a member of parliament and his servant,” Cambridge, Richard Owen an ingenious English writer

“A Vade Mecum: or companion for the unmarried ladies: wherein are laid down some examples whereby to direct them in the choice of husbands,” Campbell, John an eminent historical

“A particular but melancholy account of the great hardships, difficulties, and miseries, that those unhappy and much to be pitied creatures, the common women of the town, are plunged into at this juncture,” Campbell, John an eminent historical

“A full and particular description of the Highlands of Scotland,” Campbell, John an eminent historical

“The case of the publicans, both in town and country, laid open,” Campbell, John an eminent historical

“Theologie de Tecriture S. ou la Science da Salut, comprise dans une ample collection de passages du V. & N. Testament,” Chais, Charles an eminent protestant divine

“A Commentary on the book of lob, in which is inserted the Hebrew text, and English translation with a paraphrase from the third verse of the third chapter, where it is supposed the metre begins, to the seventh verse of the forty-second chapter, where it ends,” Chappelow, Leonard an eminent oriental scholar

Born: Chatterton, Thomas an English poet of singular genius and character

Died: Chicoyneau, Francis counsellor of state

“Oracle of St.,Foix” Cibber, Susanna Maria wife of the preceding

“A Vindication of the Histories of the Old and New Testament; in answer to the Objections of the late Lord Bolingbroke; in two letters to a young nobleman,” Clayton, Robert bishop of Clogher

Died: Coventry, Francis the eldest son of Thomas Coventry

“A treatise of Optics,” Courtivron, Gaspard Le Compassed De Crequi, Marquis De chevalier de Saint-Louis

“A Speech at the installation of the bishop of Durham,” Cowper, Spencer was the second son of the lord high chancellor Cowper

Died: Coypel, Charles Antony was admitted into the academy of painting in his twentieth year

Died: Cramer, Gabriel an eminent mathematician

Died: Croxall, Dr. Samuel was the son of Samuel Croxall

“Sermon on St. Paul’s Wish,” Dodwell, William was born at Shottesbrooke

Died: Duker, Charles Andrew an eminent classical editor

“Tacitus,” Ernesti, John Augustus was born at Tacnnstadt in Thuringia

Born: Filangieri, Gaetano a celebrated Italian political writer

“Critical, historical, and political miscellanies; remarks on various authors, Potter, Seeker, Sherlock, &c.” Flexman, Roger, D. D. a dissenting clergyman of considerable learning and industry

Died: Folard, Charles an eminent French officer and author

“Taste, a comedy,” Foote, Samuel esq. called the English Aristophanes

“L'art de Tonnelier,” Fougeroux De Bondaroy, Augustus Dennis a learned Frenchman

Died: Freind, John a learned English physician

“Oratorum ac Rhetorum Graecorum, quibus statuse honoris causa positse fuerunt, decas,” Freytag, Frederic Gotthilf an eminent literary historian

“Adparatus litterarius, ubi libri partim antiqui partim rari recensentur,” Freytag, Frederic Gotthilf an eminent literary historian

“De Musivis, vel pictoriae Mosaicse artis origine, progressu, &c.” Furietti, Joseph Alexander an Italian cardinal and antiquary

Died: Fuzelier, Lewis a native of Paris

“A Dissertation on the 20th proposition of the first book of Euclid,” Gabrini, Thomas Maria

Died: Geinoz, Francis member of the academy of inscriptions and belles lettres

“On the Virtues,” Gemistus, George an eminent Greek philosopher

“Recherches pour Fhistoire du Droit Francois,” Grosley, Peter John a French antiquary and polite writer

“Various critical Remarks on the Classics,” Gruner, John Frederick an eminent divine and critical scholar

“Sur les Refus des Sacremens,” Gueret, Gabriel an elegant French writer

“Moral Poems” Hagedorn, Frederic a celebrated German poet of the last century

“Bibliothecae.” Haller, Albert De one of the most eminent physicians and philosophers of the eighteenth century

“Notre sive Lectiones ad Tragicorum Graecorum veterum, JEschyli, &c.” Heath, Benjamin a lawyer of eminence of the last century

“De Oflicio mectici poema, dedicated to cardinal Quirini,” Heerkens, Gerard Nicholas a native of Groningen

“Select Decisions of the Court of Session,” Home, Henry usually called Lord Kames

Born: Homer, Henry an excellent classical scholar

“A Letter to the Author of a Further Inquiry,” Hurd, Richard an eminent and accomplished prelate

Born: Lamanon, Robert Paul a member of the academy of sciences at Paris

“Arithmetica universalis Jsaaci Newton, sive de compositione, et resolutione arithmetica perpetuis commentariis illustrata et aucta,” Lecchi, John Anthony a learned Italian mathe. matician

“The Memoirs of Harriot Stuart,” Lennox, Charlotte a lady long distinguished for her genius and literary merit

“Explication de plusieurs figures sur le mechanisme de la grossesse, et de Paccouchement,” Levret, Andrew an eminent French surgeon and accoucheur

Died: Lowman, Moses a learned dissenting clergyman

“Thoughts on the Doctrine of Scripture concerning Sin,” Michaelis, John David a celebrated biblical critic

“Memorial of E. W. Montague, esq. written by himself, in French, and published lately at Paris, against Abraham Payba, a Jew by birth, who assumed the fictitious name of James Roberts. Translated into English from an authentick copy sent from Paris,” Montague, Edward Wortley only son of the preceding lady Mary

“Histoire de la Maladie singuliere, et de Pexamen d'une femme devenue en peu de terns contrefaite par un ramollissement general des os,” Morand, John Francis Clement son of the preceding

“Nouvelle description des grottes d'Arcy,” Morand, John Francis Clement son of the preceding

“Remarks on some Conjectures, &c. shewing the improbability of the notion therein advanced, that the arguments produced in support of it are inconclusive or irrelative to the pointin question,” North, George an English antiquary

“Principles of Politic Law,” Nugent, Thomas a miscellaneous writer and translator of the last century

Died: Oudin, Francis a learned French Jesuit

“Philosophical Observations on the analogy between the Propagation of Animals and that of Vegetables,” Parsons, James an excellent physician and polite scholar

Died: Pearce, Zachary a learned English prelate

Died: Reboulet, Simon a native of Avignon

“Inquiry into the origin of our ideas of beauty and virtue.” Reid, Thomas a Scotch divine

Born: Ritson, Joseph a poetical critic and editor

“Life” Saxe, Maurice, Count Of a celebrated commander

Died: Stackhouse, Thomas a learned and laborious divine

Died: Terrasson, Gaspard brother of the two preceding

Died: Theodore Of Mopsuestia so called from his being bishop of Mopsuestia

“Continuation of Explanatory Notes on the Four Gospels,” Trapp, Joseph an English divine

“Librorum Botanicorum libri duo, quorum prior recentiores quosdam, posterior plerosque antiques ad annum 1550 usque excuses recenset,” Trew, Christopher James an eminent naturalist

“the eighth Isthmian of Pindar, in English,” Tyrwhitt, Thomas one of the most eminent scholars and critics of the last century

“Adventurer,” Warton, Joseph an elegant scholar (17221800)

“Essay on the virtues of Lime-water and Soap in the cure of the stone,” Whytt, Robert an eminent physician

“Vetasta Monumenta.” Willis, Browne an eminent antiquary

“Monita et praecepta medica,” Wintringham, Clifton an eminent physician

“Letters,” Zeno, Apostolo a learned poet

1753

“Dilucidationum Thucydidearum, pars prima,” Abresch, Frederic Louis an eminent Greek scholar and commentator

Born: Albon, Claude Camille, Francois Count D' a descendant of the preceding

Born: Allainval, The Abbe Leonor-Jean-Christine Soulas D' was born at Chartres (?–1753)

“The New Birth, or Christian Regeneration, in Miltonic or blank verse,” Allein a pious English divine

“Tirocinium Botanicum Edinburgense,” Alston, Charles an ingenious physician and botanist

“Metelemata philoiogico-critica, quibus difficilioribus N. Test, locis ex antiquitnte lux ali'unditur,” Altmann, John George a Swiss historian and divine

“Principia Ethica, ex monitis legis nature et prscceptis religionis Christianae deducta,” Altmann, John George a Swiss historian and divine

Died: Arnoult, John Baptist an ex-jesuit

“Panegyricus of Pacatus,” Arntzenius, John a learned philologist

“Conjectures sur les Memoires originaux qui ont servi a Moise pour ecrire la Genese,” Astruc, John a very celebrated French physiciaiTj was born in 1684

“Mercurius in sole visus, observatio habita Romae, &c.” Audiffredi, John Baptist an able astronomer and mathematician

“Miserere,” Auvergne, Antoine D' an eminent French musician and composer

Died: Baring, Daniel Eberhard was born in 1690 in Hildesheim

“Aventures de Victoire Ponty,” Bastide, John Francis De La a very industrious French writer

“Les Tetes Folles,” Bastide, John Francis De La a very industrious French writer

“The blessing of Judah by Jacob considered; and the era of Daniel’s weeks ascertained, in two dissertations,” Bate, Julius an English divine of the Hutchinsonian principles

Died: Beausobre, Isaac an eminent Calvinist divine and ecclesiastical writer

“Des dissertations philosophiques sur la nature de Feu,” Beausobre, Lewis perhaps of the same family with the preceding

“Le Neptune Frangais,” Bellin, Nicholas geographical engineer of the marine

“Ordo temporifm, a principio per periodos ceconomise divinoe historicas atque propheticas, at finem usque ita deductus, ut tota series et quarumvis partium analogia sempiternae virtutis ac sapientiae cultoribus ex script. Vet. et Nov. Test, tanquam uno revera documento proponatur,” Bengel, John Albert a learned German divine

“Dissertatio de Aloide,” Bergen, Charles Augustus De a German anatomist and botanist

“Voyage to tha Moon,” Bergerac, Savinien Cyrano De was born about 1620

“Historia Socinianismi Prussic.” Bock, Frederic Samuel professor of divinity and Greek in the university of Konigsberg

“Novum Testamentum ex versione jEthiopica, &c. in Latinum,” Bode, Christopher Augustus a learned professor of the university of Helmstadt

Died: Boerhaave, Abraham Kaan professor of medicine in the university of Petersburg

Died: Bott, Thomas an English clergyman of ingenuity and learning

Died: Boyle, Richard third earl of Burlington and fourth earl of Cork

Died: Boze, Claude Gros De a French antiquary

“Examen de PApologie de M. I 7 Abbe de Prades,” Brotier, Gabriel an eminent classical scholar and editor

Died: Bruckman, Francis Ernest a German physician and botanist

“A Vindication of Lord Shaftesbury’s writings,” Bulkley, Charles a protestant dissenting minister

“An Essay towards a complete new system of Midwifery,” Burton, John an eminent antiquary

“Medicine de l'esprit,” Camus, Antony Le a French physician

“Journal Economique,” Camus, Antony Le a French physician

“Storia di Alesa antica citta di Sicilia col rapporto de' suoi pin insigni monumenti, ike.” Castello, Gabriel Lancelot an eminent Italian antiquary

“Dissertation sur Pexistence et la nature du fluide des nerfs,” Cat, Claude Nicholas Le an eminent French physician and surgeon

Died: Clayton, Robert bishop of Clogher

“Specimen Bibliothecae Hispano-Maiansianae, sive idea novi catalog! critici operum scriptorum Hispanorum, quse kabet in sua bibliotheca Gregorius Maiansius,” Clement, David an eminent German bibliographer

“A Spital Sermon,” Cowper, Spencer was the second son of the lord high chancellor Cowper

“Probabilia critica, in quibus veteres Graeci et Latini scriptores emendantur & declarantur,” Crusius, Christian professor of eloquence at Wittemberg

“Sylla,” Derrick, Samuel a native of Ireland

“A Voyage to the Moon,” Derrick, Samuel a native of Ireland

Died: Dundas, Robert of Arniston

“Eclaircissemens sur le toi et sur le vous,” Durand, David a very eloquent French protcstant preacher at the Savoy in London

“The great Christian doctrine of Original Sin defended, containing a reply to the objections of Dr. John Taylor,” Edwards, Jonathan president of the college of New Jersey

“Delia casa Milano,” Expilli, John Joseph a French writer

Died: Faccio, Nicolas Of Duilier a man of considerable learning

“Own Times,” Flexman, Roger, D. D. a dissenting clergyman of considerable learning and industry

“The Englishman in Paris,” Foote, Samuel esq. called the English Aristophanes

“Regum veterum numismata,” Froelich, Erasmus a learned medallist

“Sixteen Discourses on the Second Article of the Creed, preached at Berlin by the ordinary of the Brethren,” Gambold, John a pious bishop among the Moravian brethren

Born: Garnham, Rev. Robert Edward an English divine

“Le Patriote Fran$ais et impartiale,” Gebelin, Anthony Court De an eminent French writer of the last century

“Discorso sopra alcuni trattati d'Agricoitura,” Genovesi, Antony or

“Remarks upon a Charge by Dr. Chapman.” Heathcote, Ralph an ingenious English divine

“De homine sano et ajgroto Carmen, sistens Physiologiam, Pathologiam, Hygienen, Therapiam, materiam medicam, cum pnefatione deantiqua medicina,” Hebenstreit, John Ernest a celebrated physician and philologer of Leipsic

“Remarks on Lord BolingbrokeV Letters on the Study and Use of History, so far as they relate to the History of the Old Testament, &c. in a letter to a lady of quality,” Hervey, James an English divine of exemplary piety and virtue

“Burntiam’s pious Memorials,” Hervey, James an English divine of exemplary piety and virtue

“A short Review of Mr. Hooke’s Observations, &c. concerning the Roman Senate, and the character of Dionysius of Halicarnassus,” Hooke, Nathaniel celebrated for a “Roman History

Died: Huber, Mary a voluminous female author

“De Memnone Graecorum, 1753,” Jablonski, Paul-Ernest the son of Daniel-Ernest

Died: Jeffreys, George an English poet

Died: Jenyns, Soame an elegant and ingenious writer

“Attilio Regulo,” Jomelli, Nicolo one of the most intelligent

“The Earl of Essex,” Jones, Henry a dramatic writer

“A full Answer to bishop Clayton’s Essay on Spirit,” Jones, William a late venerable and pious divine of the church of England

“Essay on Musical Expression,” Jortin, Dr. John a learned English divine

“Le Salon,” Lacombe, James a diligent French miscellaneous historian

“Elementa geometrise theoricx et practices,” Lecchi, John Anthony a learned Italian mathe. matician

“Christianity not founded on Argument;” Leland, John an eminent writer in defence of Christianity

“L'Art des accouchemens démontré par des principes de physique et de mechanique,” Levret, Andrew an eminent French surgeon and accoucheur

“Species Plantarum,” Linnæus, Charles afterwards Von Linne'

“New charts of the Discoveries of admiral de Fonte, or Fuente, made in 1640, and those of other navigators, Spanish, Portuguese, English, Dutch, French, and Russian, in the Northern seas, with, explications.” Lisle, Joseph Nicholas De younger brother of the preceding

“Seneca de Beneficiis,” Lynar, Rochus Frederic Count a Danish statesman and scholar

“Seneca de Beneficiis,” Lynar, Rochus Frederic Count a Danish statesman and scholar

“History of the College of Corpus-Christi,” Masters, Robert a divine and antiquary

“Gli Scrittori d'ltalia, cioe Notitie Storiche e Critiche intorno alle vite, e agli Scritti dei Letterati Italiahi,” Mazzuchelli, John Maria a nobleman of Brescia

“Commentatio de Battologia, ad Matth. vi. 7.” Michaelis, John David a celebrated biblical critic

“L'Ami des Homines,” Mirabeau, Honore' Gabriel, Comte De well known both by his writings

“Lettre a M. le Hoi au sujet de I'Histoire de la femme Suppiot,” Morand, John Francis Clement son of the preceding

Died: Mudge, Thomas an eminent mechanist

Died: Nichols, Frank a physician and anatomist of eminence (?–1778)

“A general idea of the Government and People of Indostan.” Orme, Robert an eminent historian

Died: Pajot, Lewis-Leo Count d'Ansembray

“Machine for beating regular Time in Music.” Pajot, Lewis-Leo Count d'Ansembray

“The Christian Sabbath as old as the Creation,” Parry, Richard rector of Wichampton in Dorsetshire

“Anatomic Chirurgicale publié cidevant par Jean Palfin,” Petit, Anthony a celebrated French anatomist

“An Inquiry into the nature and etfect of the writ of Habeas Corpus, the great bulwark of English liberty, both at common law, and under the act of parliament and also into the propriety of explaining and extending that act,” Pratt, Charles, Earl Camden an eminent English lawyer (?–1794)

“The Essay on Spirit,” Randolph, Thomas archdeacon of Oxford

Died: Raymond, Robert

Died: Riccoboni, Louis a comic actor and writer

“A Charge to the Clergy of Essex,” Rutherforth, Thomas an ingenious philosopher and divine

“Concio ad Clerum,” Sharp, Thomas a younger son of the preceding

“Dignity of the Christian Ministry,” Skelton, Philip . a worthy and learned clergyman of Ireland

“Thucydides,” Smith, William a learned English divine and translator

“Adventures of Ferdinand count Fathom,” Smollett, To Bias a historian

Died: Stevens, William a very worthy

“The Importance of Children; or, Motives to the good Education of Children.” Taylor, John a learned dissenting teacher

“Select Cases and Consultations in Physic, by Dr. Woodward,” Templeman, Peter the son of an eminent attorney at Dorchester in the county of Dorset

Died: Thirlby, Styan LL. D. a very ingenious and learned English critic

Born: Thompson, Benjamin

“The balance of the merits of the whigs and tories,” Turner, Daniel a dissenting minister of the baptist persuasion

“A Vindication of the Evidences and Authenticity of the Gospels, from the objections of the late lord Bolingbroke, in his letters on the study of history,” Whalley, Peter an English divine and critic

“The Epigoniad,” Wilkie, William a Scotch poet of some fame in his day

“Bibl. dell' Eloquenza Italiana di Foutanini,” Zeno, Apostolo a learned poet

1754

“Annales Moslemici, Arab, et Lat. a Jo. Jac. Reiskio,” Abulfeda, Ishmael a learned Arabian geographer and historian

“Recherches sur differens Points importans du Systeme du Monde,” Alembert, John Le Rond D' an eminent French philosopher

Died: Allen, Anthony an English lawyer and antiquary

“Almanach de Rheims,” Anquetil, Lewis-Peter a French historian

Died: Anstey, Christopher an ingenious poet of the eighteenth century

Died: Anstis, John esq. LL.D. and F.A.S. eldest son and heir of the preceding

Died: Argellati, Francis son of the preceding

“Lettre sur la Musique, au Comte de Caylus,” Arnaud, Francis a French miscellaneous writer of considerable note

“Panegyric on S. Louis,” Artaud, Peter Joseph born at Bonieux in the comtat-Venaissin

“Phenomena ccelestia observata,” Audiffredi, John Baptist an able astronomer and mathematician

Died: Bach, John Sebastian an eminent German musician

“Maximes sur le devoir des Hois, et le bon usage de leur authorité,” Barral, Abbe Peter born at Grenoble

“An Inquiry into the original Similitudes, &c. in the Old and New Testament,” Bate, Julius an English divine of the Hutchinsonian principles

Died: Bazin, N. a physician at Strasburgh

“Le Pyrrhonisme du sage,” Beausobre, Lewis perhaps of the same family with the preceding

“Acta eruditorum” Bel, Matthias born at Otsova in Hungary

“L'Adoration Chretienne, dans la devotion du rosaire,” Bellet, Charles member of the academy of Montanban

Died: Benson, William an English critic

“De Lumine dissertatio physica,” Benvenuti, Charles an Italian Jesuit

“Dissertatio historico-epistolaris, &c.” Benvenuti, Joseph an Italian surgeon

Died: Berryat, John physician in ordinary to the king

“Traite d'Osteologie,” Bertin, Exuperius Joseph an eminent French anatomist

“Essais sur les usages des montagnes, avec un lettre sur la Nil,” Bertrand, Elias an ingenious Swiss writer

“Opuscula varia,” Bianchini, Francis a very learned Italian astronomer and philosopher

“Prose Fiorentine,” Bianchini, Joseph Maria an Italian scholar of the last century

Died: Boffrand, Germain a celebrated French architect

Died: Boulter, Hugh archbishop of Armagh

“Letters from Italy,” Boyle, John earl of Cork and Orrery

“History or police of the kingdom of Gala,” Brancas Villeneuve, Andrew Francis abbe d'Aulnay

“Betrayer of his Country,” Brooke, Henry an amiable and ingenious writer

“Conclusiones ex universa Theologia,” Brotier, Gabriel an eminent classical scholar and editor

“Memoirs on the Celtic tongue,” Bullet, John Baptist a learned French writer

“The Dignity of Human Nature; or, a brief account of the certain and established means for attaining the true end of our existence.” Burgh, James a moral and political writer

“Life of Grotius,” Burigny, Levesque De was born at Rheims in 1691

“Geography,” Busching, Anthony Frederic an eminent geographer

“Intruder,” Cambridge, Richard Owen an ingenious English writer

“Occasional thoughts on moral, serious, and religious subjects,” Campbell, John an eminent historical

“Csesaris Opera,” Capperonnier, John nephew of the preceding

Died: Cases, Peter James a painter

Died: Cave, Edward a printer to whom the literary world owes great obligations

“La Logique, la Morale, et la Metaphysique,” Chambre, Francis Illharrart De an ingenious doctor of the Sorbonne

“The Astronomical Tables of Dr. Halley; with observations and additions,” Chappe D'Auteroche, John an eminent French astronomer

“Tables of the Moon,” Clairault, Alexis Claude a celebrated French mathematician and academician

“Grsecorum Chirurgici Libri; Sorani unus de Fracturarum signis, Oribasii duo de Fractis, et Luxatis, ex Collectione Nicetse, Florent.” Cocchi, Anthony of Florence

Died: Cochin, Charles Nicholas a famous French engraver

Died: Collins, William an unfortunate but excellent English poet

“Treatise on revealed Religion, against atheists, deists, materialists, and indifte rents,” Concina, Daniel a very celebrated Dominican divine

“Imperium Orientale,” Constantine Vii., Porphyrogeneta son of Leo the Wise

“Memoir on Hydraulic Machines,” Darcy, Patrick, Count of a noble and ancient family in Ireland

Died: Demoivre, Abraham a celebrated mathematician

Died: Destouches, Philip Neuicault an eminent French dramatic writer

Died: Dewit, James a painter of history and portrait

“Public Virtue,” Dodsley, Robert an English poet and miscellaneous writer

“Two Sermons on Superstition,” Dodwell, William was born at Shottesbrooke

“Bibliotheque historique & politique du Poitou,” Dreux Du Radier, John Francis advocate

“A Tour through Normandy, described in a letter to a friend,” Ducarel, Andrew Coltee an eminent English civilian and antiquary

“Some account of the Town, Church, and Archiepiscopal Palace of Croydon, in the county of Surrey, from its foundation to 1783,” Ducarel, Andrew Coltee an eminent English civilian and antiquary

“Feminead,” Duncombe, John was born 1730

“A careful and strict inquiry into the modern prevailing notion of that Freedom of Will, which is supposed to be essential to moral agency,” Edwards, Jonathan president of the college of New Jersey

“The principles of Mechanics,” Emerson, William a very eminent mathematician

Born: Farington, George an English artist of great promise

“The plan of divine worship in the churches of Dissenters justified,” Flexman, Roger, D. D. a dissenting clergyman of considerable learning and industry

“The Knights,” Foote, Samuel esq. called the English Aristophanes

Born: Forster, George son of the preceding

“Dubia de Minnisari, aliorumque Armenias regum numis et Arsacidarum epocha nuper vulgatis proposita,” Froelich, Erasmus a learned medallist

“Diplomatorium Garstensium emendatum, auctum, et illustratum,” Froelich, Erasmus a learned medallist

“Casulse S. Stephani, regis Hungariae, vera imago et expositio,” Froelich, Erasmus a learned medallist

“A Dissertation against pronouncing the Greek language according to Accents,” Gally, Henry an English divine

“Twenty-one discourses, or dissertations, upon the Augsburg Confession, which is also the Brethren’s Confession of Faith; delivered by the ordinary of the Brethren’s churches before the seminary. To which is prefixed a synodical writing relating to the subject. Translated from fche High Dutch, by F. Okeley, A. B.” Gambold, John a pious bishop among the Moravian brethren

Died: Gibbs, James an eminent architect

“An Examination of the Letters said to be written by Mary to James earl of Both well,” Goodal, Walter a Scotch antiquary

Born: Gregory, George a divine and miscellanebus writer

Died: Hamilton, William of Bangour

Died: Hamilton, William Gerard a statesman of some note

“Religio Philosophi; or, the principles of morality and Christianity, illustrated from a view of che universe, and of man’s situation in it.” Hay, William esq. an agreeable English writer

“Enquire I pray thee,' &c.” Hearne, Thomas an eminent English antiquary

“Miscellanies in prose and verse,” Hiffernan, Paul a minor author of the last century

“Thoughts on the estimation of the animal powers, with strictures on the proofs advanced by Leibnitz and other mathematicians on this point,” Kant, Immanuel a German writer

“The Dreamer,” King, Dr. William son of the rev

Born: Kirwan, Walter Blake a celebrated Irish preacher

“Philosophical Transactions” Landen, John an eminent mathematician

Died: Lort, Michael a learned and amiable clergyman

“The Shortness of Life,” Lynar, Rochus Frederic Count a Danish statesman and scholar

“The Epistles,” Lynar, Rochus Frederic Count a Danish statesman and scholar

“Panegyric of the Newtonian Philosophy,” Martin, Benjamin an eminent optician

“History of the Gauls, &c. from their origin to the foundation of the French monarchy,” Martin, James a learned Benedictine of the congregation of St

Died: Mason, William a distinguished poet and divine of the last century

Died: Mead, Richard a most distinguished physician

“La Verite de l'Histoire de PEglise de St. Omer,” Mignot, Stephen a learned French canonist

Died: Milton, John the most illustrious of English poets

Died: Montgeron, Lewis Basil Carre' De born in 1686

“Recueil pour servir d'eclaircissement, &c.” Morand, John Francis Clement son of the preceding

“Dissertations on the Prophecies, which have remarkably been fulfilled, and are at this time fulfilling in the world,” Newton, Thomas an eminent English prelate

Died: Nivelle De La Chaussee, Peter Claude a French academician and dramatic writer

“Twenty-one Discourses, or Dissertations, upon the Augsburgh Confession, which is also the Brethren’s Confession of Faith, delivered by the ordinary of the Brethren’s Churches before the seminary,” Okely, Francis a learned

“Analysis of the Game of Chess.” Philidor, Andrew an eminent musician and chess-player

Died: Piazzetta, John Baptist a modern artist

“State of the Heavens” Pingke, Alexander Guy a French mathematician and astronomer

“Greek Anthology,” Reiske, John James an extraordinary scholar

Born: Roland, Marie-Jeanne Philepon wife of one of the republican ministers of France

“Eliza,” Rolt, Richard an English historical and miscella* neous writer

“Institutes of Natural Law,” Rutherforth, Thomas an ingenious philosopher and divine

“Entomologia Carniolica.” Scopoli, John Anthony an eminent naturalist

Died: Secousse, Denis Francis a French historian

Died: Shuckford, Samuel a learned divine of the last century

“The duty of the living to the memory of the dead,” Smith, Joseph younger brother of the preceding Dr

Died: Tancred, Christopher a gentleman who deserves to be recorded among the benefactors to literature

“The Scripture Doctrine of Atonement.” Taylor, John a learned dissenting teacher

Died: Tollet, Elizabeth an ingenious English poetess

“Plantae selectas qnarum imagines ad exemplaria naturalia Londini in hortis curiosorum nutrita, manu artificiosa pinxit Georgius Dionysius Ehret, &c.” Trew, Christopher James an eminent naturalist

“A View of Lord Bolingbroke’s Philosophy, in two Letters to a Friend,” Warburton, William an English prelate of great abilities and eminence

“An illustration of the Book of Common Prayer and Administration of the Sacraments, and other rites and ceremonies of the Church of England,” Warner, Ferdinando a very voluminous writer

“Cases in Surgery,” Warner, Joseph an eminent surgeon

Died: Wetstein, John James a very learned divine of Germany

Died: Wolfe, Christian baron of the Roman empire

1755

“Observations on the Origin and Use of the Lymphatic vessels,” Akenside, Mark an English poet and physician

Died: Allein a pious English divine

“Pedemontii stirpium rariorum specimen primum,” Allioni, Charles a celebrated Piedmontese physician

Born: Alxinger, John Baptist D' a modern German poet

“Eclaircissement sur la carte du Canada,” Anville, John-Baptiste Bourignon D' first geographer to the king of France

Died: Argellati, Philip an Italian printer

“Kalendaria ecclesise universas,” Assemani, Joseph Simon keeper of the Vatican

“Otia astronomica,” Audiffredi, John Baptist an able astronomer and mathematician

“De affectibus animi et morbis hide oriundis, dissertatio habita Cantabrigiae in scholis publicis, 5 kalend. Feb. 1755,” Baker, Sir George an eminent physician

Died: Ballard, George an English antiquary and biographer

“An Introduction to the Italian language,; containing specimens both of prose and verse. Selected from Francisco Redi, Galileo Galilei, &c. &c. &c. With a literal translation and grammatical notes, for the use of those who being already acquainted with grammar, attempt to learn it without a master,” Baretti, Joseph was born at Turin about the year 1716

Died: Barrere, Peter physician of Perpignan

“L'etre pensant,” Bastide, John Francis De La a very industrious French writer

“The integrity of the Hebrew text, and many passages of Scripture vindicated from the objections and misconstructions of Mr. Kennicott,” Bate, Julius an English divine of the Hutchinsonian principles

“A reply to Dr. Sharp’s review and defence of his dissertations on the scripture meaning of Berith. With an appendix in answer to the doctor’s discourse on Cherubim, part I.” Bate, Julius an English divine of the Hutchinsonian principles

Died: Belsunce, Henry Francis Xavier De bishop of Marseilles

“Anatomes experimentalis, pars prima et s’ecunda,” Bergen, Charles Augustus De a German anatomist and botanist

“Physique des corps animus,” Bertier, Joseph Stephen of the oratory

“Lettera sull' insensibilita,” Bianchi, John Baptist a celebrated Italian anatomist

“Pensees et reflections philosophiques,” Bignicourt, Simon De a counsellor of the presklial of Rheims

Died: Bingham, Joseph the writer of several tracts on theological subjects

“Memoirs of the Court of Augustus,” Blackwell, Thomas an ingenious and very learned writer of the last century

“Fragmenta Veteris Test, ex versione Æthiopici interpretis, et alia quaedam opuscula Æthiopica,” Bode, Christopher Augustus a learned professor of the university of Helmstadt

Died: Bonneval, Claudius Alexander De count

“The Nativity and Humiliation of Jesus Christ, practically considered.” Browne, Moses vicar of Olney in Buckinghamshire

“Traite des Alimens,” Bruhier, John James D' Ablaincourt a French physician

“Tableau de gouvernement de PAllemagne,” Buat-Nancay, Louis Gabriel Du chevalier and count of Nanay

“Notes on Lord Bolingbroke’s Philosophical Writings,” Bulkley, Charles a protestant dissenting minister

“Museum Typographicum,” Bure, William Francis De an eminent bookseller at Paris

Died: Burman, Gaspard is said to have been the son of the preceding

“An Epistle to a Gentleman of the Temple.” Byrom, John an ingenious English writer

“The Fakeer,” Cambridge, Richard Owen an ingenious English writer

“Nouveaux Sujetsde Peintureetde Sculpture,” Caylus, Anne Claude Philip De Tubiere De Grimoakd De Pestels De Levis, Count De a very celebrated amateur and patron of the arts

“Mcmoires sur la peinture a Pencaustique,” Caylus, Anne Claude Philip De Tubiere De Grimoakd De Pestels De Levis, Count De a very celebrated amateur and patron of the arts

“Essai apologetique sur F Inoculation,” Chais, Charles an eminent protestant divine

Died: Chapelle, Claude Emanuel Lullier a celebrated French poet

“An Analysis of the Philosophical Works of the late lord Bolinghroke,” Church, Thomas was born in 1707

“Hist, generale du Port Royal,” Clemencet, Charles was born at Painblanc

Born: Cocceius, Samuel son to the preceding

“The wisdom of Solomon, wisdom of Jesus the son of Sirach, or Ecclesiasticus.” Dalrymple, David an eminent Scotch lawyer and antiquary

“Immortality, or the Consolation of human life, a Monody,” Denton, Thomas a clergyman who is entitled to a place in this Dictionary

“Histoire de Constance, minister de Siam,” Deslandes, Andrew Francis Boltreau a French writer

“L'Orycthologie ou Traite des pierres, des mineraux, des metaux et autres Fossiles,” Dezallier, D'Argenville, Antony-Joseph a French naturalist and biographer

“Letter to the Author of Considerations on the Act to prevent Clandestine Marriages; with a Postscript occasioned by Stebbing’s Enquiry into the annulling Causes,” Dodwell, William was born at Shottesbrooke

“Essai du Dictionnaire Historique de la Medicine ancienne et moderne,” Eloy, Nicholas Francis Joseph a French physician and biographer

Died: Erskine, David lord Dun

“Lord Dun’s Advices.” Erskine, David lord Dun

“Essai sur les grandes operations de la Guerre,” Espagnac, John Baptist Joseph De Sahuguet Damarzil, Baron D' a writer on military affairs

“Polychorographie,” Expilli, John Joseph a French writer

Born: Fabre D'Eglantine, Philip Francis Nazaire one of the agents in the French revolution

Died: Fagan, Christopher Barthelemi a French comic writer of some eminence within the last century

“Voyage” Fielding, Henry beyond all comparison the first novel-writer of this country

Born: Florian, John Peter Claris De a very popular French writer

“Remarks on the rev. Dr. Stebbing’s Dissertation on the power of states to deny civil protection to the Marriages of Minors, &c.” Forster, Nathaniel an English divine and scholar of eminence in the last ceatury

Born: Fourcroy, Anthony Francis an eminent French chemist

“Ad numismata regum veterum anecdota aut rariora accessio nova,” Froelich, Erasmus a learned medallist

“Literary and Philosophical Dissertations,” Gamaches, Stephen Simon a writer of some eminence

“Essay towards giving some just ideas of the personal character of count Zinzendorf, the present advocate and ordinary of the brethren’s churches,” Gambold, John a pious bishop among the Moravian brethren

“Manners and Customs of the French, in the different periods of the monarchy,” Gendre, Louis Le a French historian

Died: Gervaise, Armand Francis brother of the preceding

“Lettre a un Amateur de Peinture,” Hagedorn, Frederic a celebrated German poet of the last century

“Disputationes Chirurgicae selects,” Haller, Albert De one of the most eminent physicians and philosophers of the eighteenth century

“De Immortalitati Animse.” Hay, William esq. an agreeable English writer

“An Essay towards a new Version of Job,” Heath, Benjamin a lawyer of eminence of the last century

Died: Helvetius, John Claude son of the above

“Theron and Aspasio or, a Series of Dialogues and Letters on the most important subjects,” Hervey, James an English divine of exemplary piety and virtue

“Oblectamenta Juris Feudalis, sive Grammaticaj Observationes jus rei clientelaris, et antiquitates Germanicas, varie illustrantes,” Hommel, Charles Frederick a lawyer

“The Delicacy of Friendship, a seventh dissertation; addressed to the author of the sixth,” Hurd, Richard an eminent and accomplished prelate

“A System of Moral Philosophy,” Hutcheson, Dr. Francis a philosopher of the Shaftesbury school

“Ancient and Modern Rome,” Keate, George a very agreeable English writer

Died: Lafitau, Joseph Francis a French writer

“An investigation of some theorems, which suggest several very remarkable properties of the circle, and are at the same time of considerable use in resolving Fractions, &c.” Landen, John an eminent mathematician

“Collection Academique” Larcher, Peter Henry an eminent French scholar and translator

“An essay on general History, ancient and modern,” Lassala, Manuel a Spanish Ex-jesuit

“We read some books to save others the trouble.” Lessing, Gotthold Ephraim a distinguished German writer

“Voyage au labyrinthe du jardin du roi,” Linguet, Simon Nicholas Henry a French advocate and political writer

Died: Maffei, Francis Scipio a celebrated Italian writer

Died: Mallet, Edmund was one of the writers in the French Encyclopedic

“On the new construction of the Globes,” Martin, Benjamin an eminent optician

“A translation of Caesar’s Commentaries,” Mascrier, John Baptist De a French abbé

Born: Merry, Robert an English poet of considerable merit

“Curse in versionem Syriacam Actuurn Apostolorum,” Michaelis, John David a celebrated biblical critic

“Les Droits de l'etat et du prince sur les biens du clerge,” Mignot, Stephen a learned French canonist

Died: Montague, Edward Wortley only son of the preceding lady Mary

“The French Gazette;” Montucla, John Stephen a celebrated mathematician

“Lettre sur ^Instrument de Roonhuysen,” Morand, John Francis Clement son of the preceding

Died: Nantigni, Louis Chazot De a celebrated genealogist

“Tablettes de Themis,” Nantigni, Louis Chazot De a celebrated genealogist

“Miscellanea Literaria Argentoratensia,” Oberlin, Jeremiah James an eminent classical scholar

“The intent and propriety of the Scripture Miracles considered and explained,” Owen, Henry a learned English divine

“The Basiliade,” Pilpay is the name of an ancient fabulist

“History of Norway,” Pontoppidan, Eric bishop of Bergen

Died: Quirini, Angelo Maria a Venetian cardinal

Died: Racine, Bonaventure a French ecclesiastical historian

“A Collection of the moral sentences in Pamela, Clarissa, and Grandison,” Richardson, Samuel a celebrated writer of novels

“Herbarium Amboinense,” Rumph, George Everard a doctor of physic in the university of Hanau

“History of Aleppo” Russel, Alexander physician to the English factory at Aleppo

“Letters on the English Nation, by Battista Angeloni, a Jesuit, who resided many years in London. Translated from the original Italian by the author of the Marriage Act,” Shebbeare, John a notorious political writer

“Observations upon the sentence of the conspirators against the king of Portugal,” Shirley, James an English dramatic writer and poet

“Memoirs des commissaires du roi et de ceux de sa majeste Britamuque stir les possessions et les droits respectifs des deux couronnes en Amerique,” Silhouette, Stephen De a French writer

“Apologiedu sentiment de Monsieur de chevalier Newton, sur Pancienne chronologie des Grecs, contenant des reponses a toutes les objections qui y ont ete faites jusqu'a present.” Stewart-Den Ham, Sir Jamks an eminent political writer

“The Lord’s Supper explained upon Scripture principles.” Taylor, John a learned dissenting teacher

“Elements of Civil Law,” Taylor, John a learned critic and philologist

“A Vindication of the Power of the State to prohibit Clandestine Marriages, &c.” Tunstall, James a learned and amiable divine

“Marriage in Society stated, &c. in a second Letter to Dr. Stebbing,” Tunstall, James a learned and amiable divine

“Bolingbroke, or a dialogue on the origin and authority of Revelation,” Warner, Ferdinando a very voluminous writer

“A free and necessary enquiry whether the Church of England in her Liturgy, and many of her learned divines in their writings, have not, by some unwary expressions relating to Transubstantiation and the real presence, given so great an advantage to papists and deists as may prove fatal to true religion, unless some remedy be speedily supplied; with remarks on the power of priestly absolution,” Warner, Ferdinando a very voluminous writer

“Physiological Essays,” Whytt, Robert an eminent physician

“Miscellaneous Correspondence,” Wildbore, Charles an ingenious mathematician (1717–?)

“History and antiquities of the Town, hundred, and deanry, of Buckingham,” Willis, Browne an eminent antiquary

Died: Wilson, Thomas the pious and venerable bishop of Sodor and Man

1756

Born: Ackermann, John Christian Gottlieb a physician and medical writer of considerable note in Germany

“Observations Anatomical and Physical,” Akenside, Mark an English poet and physician

“Memoires particuliers pour servir a. l'Histoire de France,” Angouleme, Charles De Valois Duke D' the natural son of Charles IX. and Maria Touchet

“Histoire civile et politique de la ville de Reims,” Anquetil, Lewis-Peter a French historian

“Vetus Missale Romanum, proefationibus et notis illustratum,” Antonelli, Nicholas Maria count of Pergola

“History of the town of Rochelle, and the country of Aunis,” Arcere, Louis Etienne priest of the oratory

“Novissimus Mercurii transitus,” Audiffredi, John Baptist an able astronomer and mathematician

Died: Bachius, John Augustus an eminent lawyer and critic

“Fabliaux et contes des poetes Franc,ais des 12, 13, 14,et 15 siecles,” Barbazan, Stephen a French antiquary

“Practice of Painting and Perspective made easy,” Bardwell, Thomas was an English artist of the last century

“An account of a Meteor seen in Rutland,” Barker, Thomas esq. the descendant of an ancient and respectable family at Lyndon in Rutlandshire

“Seasonable advice to a careless world,” Baty, Richard rector of the parish of Kirkandrews upon Esk

“The <f Memoirs of Madame de Maintenon,” Beaumelle, Laurence Angliviel De La a French writer of some note

“Description topographique et militaire des campagnes de Flandre, depuis 1690 jusqu'en 1694,” Beaurain, John De an accurate military geographer

“Les songes d'Epicure,” Beausobre, Lewis perhaps of the same family with the preceding

Died: Bel, Matthias born at Otsova in Hungary

Died: Benevoli, Anthony an Italian surgeon

“Memoire sur les consequences relatives a la pratique, deduites de la structure des os parietaux,” Bertin, Exuperius Joseph an eminent French anatomist

“Histoire de l'abbaye de Port-royal,” Besoigne, Jerome a doctor of the Sorbonne

“La Citadelle coupee,” Bilfinger, George Bernard an eminent German philosopher and statesman

“His inquiry into the share which king Charles the First had in the transactions of the earl of Glamorgan.” Birch, Thomas a late valuable historical and biographical writer

“Recherches sur le pouls par raport aux crises,” Bordeu, Theophilus De son to the preceding

“Treatise on Ships, their construction and motions,” Bouguer, Peter a celebrated French mathematician

Born: Bourgeois, Sir Francis knight of the Polish order of Merit

Died: Broschi, Carlo was born the 24th of January

“Histoire des Navigations aux Terres Australes,” Brosses, Charles De a French writer of great learning

“Bibliotheca historico-sacra, an Historical dictionary of all religions, from the creation of the world to the present times,” Broughton, Thomas a learned divine

“Athelstan” Brown, John an ingenious English writer

Died: Bruhier, John James D' Ablaincourt a French physician

“A reply to Dr. Huddesford’s observations relating to the delegates of the press, with a narrative of the proceedings of the proctors with regard to their nomination of a delegate,” Buckler, Benjamin a learned and ingenious English clergyman and antiquary

“A Vindication of Natural Society,” Burke, Edmund was one of the most distinguished politicians and political writers of the last century

“A Philosophical Enquiry into the origin of our ideas of the Sublime and Beautiful,” Burke, Edmund was one of the most distinguished politicians and political writers of the last century

“An account of what passed between Mr. George Thomson of York, and doctor John Burton of that city, physician and manmidwife, at Mr. sheriff Jubb’s entertainment, and the consequences thereon, by Mr. George Thomson,” Burton, John an eminent antiquary

Died: Byng, George lord viscount Torrington

Born: Cabanis, Peter John George a French physician of considerable eminence

“Abdeker,” Camus, Antony Le a French physician

“Histoire générale du Paraguay,” Charlevoix, Peter Francis Xavier De a learned and industrious French Jesuit

Born: Charnock, John esq. F. S. A. an ingenious but unfortunate writer

Born: Collins, David judge advocate and historian of the new settlement in South Wales

Died: Concina, Daniel a very celebrated Dominican divine

“Histoire des Empereurs Remains jusqu' a Constantin,” Crevier, John Baptist Lewis a French historian

Born: Currie, James an eminent physician of Liverpool

“Treatise on the Gonorrhoea Virulenta,” Daran, James a French military surgeon

Born: Davis, Henry Edwards son of Mr

“Assize Sermon on the equal and impartial discharge of Justice,” Dodwell, William was born at Shottesbrooke

“I was glad of this,” Dyer, John an English poet

Died: Edwards, Bryan the very able and accurate historian of the West Indies

Died: Emlyn, Thomas a learned English divine

Died: Faber, John is the name of two engravers whose works are held in some estimation among portrait-collectors

“The Englishman returned from Paris,” Foote, Samuel esq. called the English Aristophanes

Died: Furstenau, John-Herman an eminent physician

Died: Gamaches, Stephen Simon a writer of some eminence

“Treatise on the use of Sea- voyages in medicine,” Gilchrist, Ebenezer a Scotch physician of eminence

Died: Goldsmith, Oliver an eminent poet and miscellaneous writer

“History of France,” Griffet, Henry a French writer of considerable reputation

“Vie de Pithou,” Grosley, Peter John a French antiquary and polite writer

“Histoire generale des Huns, des Turcs, des Mogols, et des antres Tartares occidentaux,” Guignes, Joseph De an eminent oriental scholar in France

“D. Justiniani Institutionum, Libri quatuor; and a translation of them into English, with notes,” Harris, George an English civilian

Died: Hebenstreit, John Ernest a celebrated physician and philologer of Leipsic

“Henckelius in Mineralogia redivivus,” Henckel, John Frederic an eminent mineralogist

Died: Henley, John ” has furnished the world with memorials 1Memoirs of persons who died in 1711

Died: Heywood, Eliza a voluminous female writer

“Observations on a Series of Electrical experiments, by Dr. Hoadly and Mr. Wilson, F. R. S.” Hoadly, Benjamin eldest son of the bishop of Winchester

“A discourse on the establishment of a national and constitutional Force in England,” Jenkinson, Charles earl of Liverpool

“Meditations upon various important subjects,” Jenks, Benjamin a pious English divine and writer

“Sermons,” Jerusalem, John-Frederick William an eminent German divine

Born: Jones, Thomas an eminent and learned tutor of the university of Cambridge

“The Helvetiad,” Keate, George a very agreeable English writer

“Farther Observations,” Kennedy, John, M. D. a native of Scotland

“Elementa Trigonometric,” Lecchi, John Anthony a learned Italian mathe. matician

Died: Lieberkuhn, John-Nathaniel a Prusian anatomist

“The Prater, by Nicholas Babble, esq.” Long, Edward author of a valuable History of Jamaica

Died: Lussan, Margaret De a female writer

“Les Annales Romaines,” Macquer, Philip a French lawyer

“Audi alteram partem; or a further vindication of Mr. Thomas Ruddiman’s edition of the great Buchanan’s works,” Man, James a schoolmaster of considerable learning

Died: Marsais, Cæsar Chesneau Du a French grammarian of high reputation

“Institutiones linguae Turcicae,” Meninski, Franciscus A Mesgnien a most celebrated German orientalist

“Prayers for a time of Earthquakes and violent Floods,” Merrick, James an English divine and poet

“Histoire de la reception du Concile de Trente dans les etats catholiques,” Mignot, Stephen a learned French canonist

“Considerations sur la Marine Militaire de France,” Montesquieu, Charles De Secondat, Baron Of a very celebrated French writer

“Lettre sur la qustlite des Eaux de Luxeuil en Tranche Comte,” Morand, John Francis Clement son of the preceding

Died: Murray, William, Earl Of Mansfield an eminent English lawyer

“Essay on the origin of Human Knowledge,” Nugent, Thomas a miscellaneous writer and translator of the last century

“Discours Pathetique” Oliveyra, Francis Xavier De knight of the military order of Christ

“A Series of Dissertations on some elegant and very raluable Anglo-Saxon Remains,” Pegge, Samuel an eminent and laborious antiquary

“Polygeni Strategematum libri octo, Justo Vulteio interprete, Pancratius Maasvicius recensuit, Isaaci Casauboni nee non suas notas adjecit.” Polyænus is the name of many eminent personages recorded in ancient writers

“A Treatise on Ruptures,” Pott, Percival an English surgeon of the highest eminence (17131788)

“An Account of a particular kind of Rupture, frequently attendant upon new-born Children, and sometimes met with in Adults,” Pott, Percival an English surgeon of the highest eminence (17131788)

Died: Ramsay, Allan one of the extraordinary instances of the power of uncultivated genius

“A British Philippic, inscribed to the right hon. the earl of Granville,” Reed, Joseph a dramatic and miscellaneous writer

“A Methodical Synopsis of Mineral Waters, comprehending the most celebrated Medicinal waters, both cold and hot, of Great Britain, Ireland, France, Germany, and Italy, and several other parts of the world, wherein their several impregnating minerals being previously described, and their characteristics investigated, each water is reduced to its proper genus; and besides the particular analysis, the virtues, uses, and abuses of the water are described, in a method entirely new. Interspersed with tables, tending to throw a light upon this intricate subject; and abstracts of the principal authors who have treated of mineral waters; and the accounts dispersed in the acts of most of the learned societies in Europe, are collected and properly digested,” Rutty, John a medical observer and writer of very considerable learning

“Treatise on Fluxions,” Saunderson, Nicolas an illustrious professor of the mathematics in the university of Cambridge

Died: Saxi an ecclesiastical historian

“Archiepiscoporum Mediolanensium Series critico-chronologica,” Saxi an ecclesiastical historian

Born: Schomberg, Alexander Crowcher a learned English clergyman

“Euclid’s Elements,” Simson, Robert an eminent mathematician

“Power,” Smart, Christopher a poet of some

“Compendium of Voyages,” Smollett, To Bias a historian

“Critical Review,” Smollett, To Bias a historian

“Essays of the Philosophical Society of Edinburgh,” Stewart, Matthew an eminent mathematician

“A Charge delivered at the ordination of Mr. Smithson.” Taylor, John a learned dissenting teacher

“Vocabolorio Italiano e Latino del P. Mandosio accrescinto e corretto” Tiraboschi, Jerome one of the most valuable Italian writers of the last century

Died: Vertue, George an eminent engraver and antiquary

Died: Viner, Charles an eminent benefactor to the study of law

Born: Wakefield, Gilbert a distinguished classical scholar and critic

“A Sermon preached before his grace Charles duke of Marlborough president, and the Governors of the Hospital for the small-pox and for inoculation, at the parish church of St. Andrew, Holborn, on Thursday, April the 24th, 1755,” Warburton, William an English prelate of great abilities and eminence

Died: Watson, David known chiefly as a translator of Horace

“A Letter to the Clergy of the Church, known by the name of Unitas Fratrum, or Moravians, concerning a remarkable book of hymns used in their congregations, pointing out several inconsistencies and absurdities in the said book,” Watson, John the historian of Halifax

“The Country Gentleman’s advice to his Son;” Weston, Stephen bishop of Exeter (?–1742)

“An edition of the Works of Ben. Jonson, with notes,” Whalley, Peter an English divine and critic

Died: Wilkes, Richard an English antiquary and physician

“History of Art.” Winkelman, Abbe John an eminent antiquary

“Notes on the walls of antient Rome,” Wray, Daniel a man of taste and learning

1757

“Dissertation on the religious knowledge of the ancient Jews and Patriarchs; to which is annexed a specimen of a Greek and English Concordance,” Addington, Stephen a dissenting clergyman

Died: Alberti, Michael avery eminent German physician

“OryctographiiE Pedemontan;e specimen,” Allioni, Charles a celebrated Piedmontese physician

“Nouvelles fontaines filtrantes,” Amy, N. an advocate in the parliament of Aix

“Reflexions sur les vaisseaux de cuivre, de plomb, et d'etain,” Amy, N. an advocate in the parliament of Aix

“Journal Historique de la tentative* de la flotte Angloisc sur la cote d'Aunisj” Arcere, Louis Etienne priest of the oratory

“The Italian Library containing an account of the lives and works of the most valuable authors of Italy with a preface exhibiting the change of the Tuscan language from the barbarous ages to the present time,” Baretti, Joseph was born at Turin about the year 1716

“Choix des anciens Mercures,” Bastide, John Francis De La a very industrious French writer

“L'Histoire des revolutions de Naples,” Baudot De Juilli, Nicholas born at Vendôme in 1678

“Plan d‘un cours de Chimie experimentale et raisonne’e,” Beaume', Antony an eminent French chemist

“Dissertation sur F Ether,” Beaume', Antony an eminent French chemist

Died: Baume, James Francis De La canon of the collegiate church of St

Died: Baumgarten, Alexander Theophilus a philosopher of the German school

“FuDestine,” Beauchamps, Pierre François Godard De a French miscellaneous writer

“De vera origine et epocha Hunnorum,” Bel, Matthias born at Otsova in Hungary

“Essais sur le Guyane,” Bellin, Nicholas geographical engineer of the marine

“Dissertationes et Quaestiones medicae magis celebres,” Benvenuti, Joseph an Italian surgeon

“Memoires,” Bertrand, Elias an ingenious Swiss writer

“Trattato de' bagni de Piza, &c.” Bianchi, John an Italian naturalist

“Lettere sopra una gigante,” Bianchi, John an Italian naturalist

“Dei vescovi e governatori di Verona dissertazioni due,” Biancolini, John Baptist Joseph was born at Verona

“Origines, ou Pancien gouvernement de la France, de l‘Allemagne, et de l’Italie,” Buat-Nancay, Louis Gabriel Du chevalier and count of Nanay

“Researches into the history of Cards,” Bullet, John Baptist a learned French writer

“A dissertation on the history of France,” Bullet, John Baptist a learned French writer

“Life of Erasmus,” Burigny, Levesque De was born at Rheims in 1691

Died: Calmet, Augustine a learned Benedictine of the college of St

Died: Carleton, Sir Guy late lord Dorchester

Died: Carriera, Rosalba an eminent female artist

“Tableaux tire’s de L‘lliade, et de L’Odysse d'Homere,” Caylus, Anne Claude Philip De Tubiere De Grimoakd De Pestels De Levis, Count De a very celebrated amateur and patron of the arts

“Description d‘un tableau representant le Sacrifice d’Jpbigenie,” Caylus, Anne Claude Philip De Tubiere De Grimoakd De Pestels De Levis, Count De a very celebrated amateur and patron of the arts

“Engrossing hands for young clerks,” Champion, Joseph a celebrated English penman

Died: Cibber, Colley poet-laureat to George II. and a dramatic writer of considerable genius

“Vindication of the Histories of the Old and New Testament,” Clayton, Robert bishop of Clogher

“Dissertation sur l'effet de la lumiere et des ombres, relativement a la peinture,” Cochin, Charles Nicholas son of the preceding artist

“A volume of Sermons,” Dalton, John, D. D. was born in 1709

Died: Deslandes, Andrew Francis Boltreau a French writer

“La Theorie et la Pratique du Jardinage;” Dezallier, D'Argenville, Antony-Joseph a French naturalist and biographer

“Pere de Famille,” Diderot, Denys of the academy of Berlin

“Letters from Italy.” Duncombe, John was born 1730

“Journal Etranger” Eryceira, Ferdinand De Meneses, Count D' a Portuguese writer

“Davila’s History of France,” Farneworth, Ellis distinguished by translating some capital authors

“The Reveries; Memoirs upon the Art of War, by field-marshal count Saxe,” Fawcett, Sir William, K.B. a brave English officer

“Regulations for the Prussian cavalry,” Fawcett, Sir William, K.B. a brave English officer

“Meclallas de las Colonias municipios, y pueblos antiguos de Espana,” Florez, Henry a Spanish Augustine

“Fables,” Fontaine, John De La a celebrated French poet

Died: Fontenelle, Bernard Le Bovier De the son of Frangois le Bovier de Fonienelle

“The Author,” Foote, Samuel esq. called the English Aristophanes

“The Temple of Virtue, a Dream,” Fordyce, David professor of philosophy in the Marischal college

“Sophocles.” Francklin, Thomas chaplain in ordinary to his majesty

“Storia del Commercio della Gran Brettagna,” Genovesi, Antony or

“Treatise of Tenures,” Gilbert, Sir Jeffray knt. lord chief baron of the exchequer

“An Introduction to Dramatic Poetry, or a Review of all the tragedies, comedies, and operas, which have appeared in Germany from 1450 to the middle of the eighteenth century,” Gottsched, John Christopher a German poet

“Ratio Medendi in Nosocomio Practico,” Haen, Anthony De professor of medicine in the university of Vienna

“Elementa Physiologiae Medicse, &c.” Hamberger, George Edward professor of chemistry and of the practice of medicine in the university of Jena

Died: Hartley, David an ingenious physician and phU losopher

“History of the Pyrites,” Henckel, John Frederic an eminent mineralogist

“Jenks’s Meditations,” Hervey, James an English divine of exemplary piety and virtue

Died: Hoadly, Benjamin eldest son of the bishop of Winchester

Died: Jablonski, Paul-Ernest the son of Daniel-Ernest

“Reasons offered for the Reformation of the House of Correction in Clerkenwell,” Ilive, Jacob was a printer

Died: Inguimberti, Dominic, Joseph, Marie D' an exemplary and learned bishop of Carpentras

Died: Keene, Edmund an English prelate

“History of Carausius,” Kennedy, John, M. D. a native of Scotland

“Destruction of Zittau,” Klotz, Christian Adolphus an eminent German critic

Died: Koenig, Samuel a learned philosopher and mathematician

“Abrege chronologique de l'Histoire Ancienne,” Lacombe, James a diligent French miscellaneous historian

“Le Spectacle des Beaux Arts,” Lacombe, James a diligent French miscellaneous historian

“Account of the Castillian poets,” Lassala, Manuel a Spanish Ex-jesuit

“Bibl. Juridica” Lipenius, Martin a learned German divine

“The Antigallican, or the History and Adventures of Harry Cobham, esq.” Long, Edward author of a valuable History of Jamaica

“Experiences sur la Lithotomie,” Louis, Anthony an eminent French surgeon

Born: Macdonald, Andrew another young writer of considerable talents

“Journal Etranger” Macedo, Francis a Portuguese Jesuit

“Plan d'un Cours de Chymie experimentale et raisonnee,” Macquer, Joseph brother to the preceding

“Christian Reflections on the great truths of Faith,” Mascrier, John Baptist De a French abbé

“Histoire politique de siecle,” Maubert, De Gouvest, John Henry a noted political adventurer

“Memoire pour servir a l'histoire des Cacouac,” Moreau, Jacob Nicolas a French advocate (17171799)

“Memoires pour servir a Phistoire de riotre temps,” Moreau, Jacob Nicolas a French advocate (17171799)

Died: Mores, Edward-Rowe an English antiquary descended from an ancient family

Died: Neve, Timothy an English divine

“Suite de Discours pathetique,” Oliveyra, Francis Xavier De knight of the military order of Christ

Died: Pelloutier, Simon an historical writer

“Dictionnaire de Peinture, Sculpture, et Gravure,” Pernety, Anthony Joseph was born Feb. 15

Born: Reigny, Louis Abel Beffroi commonly called Cousin Jaques

“Miscellaneous Tracts,” Simpson, Thomas professor of mathematics in the king’s academy at Woolwich

“The Covenant of Grace in defence of infant baptism.” Taylor, John a learned dissenting teacher

“Demosthenes” Taylor, John a learned critic and philologist

“Norden’s Travels” Templeman, Peter the son of an eminent attorney at Dorchester in the county of Dorset

Died: Thornhill, Sir James an eminent English painter

“Cedrorum Libani historia,” Trew, Christopher James an eminent naturalist

“De colica pictorum,” Tronchin, Theodore a celebrated physician

Born: Trye, Charles Brandon a learned surgeon

“Natural and Civil Events the Instruments of God’s moral Government, a Sermon preached on the last public Fast-day, at Lincoln’s-inn Chapel,” Warburton, William an English prelate of great abilities and eminence

“Ecclesiastical History to the Eighteenth Century,” Warner, Ferdinando a very voluminous writer

Born: Willan, Robert a learned physician

“A review of the project for building a new square at Westminster, said to be for the use of Westminster-school. By a Sufferer. Part I.” Wilson, Thomas only surviving son of the preceding

1758

Died: Albert, Louis Joseph D' grandson of the constable de Luynes

Died: Alberti, George William a preacher at Tundern in Hanover

“Tractatio de miliarium origine, progressu, natura, et curatione,” Allioni, Charles a celebrated Piedmontese physician

Died: Altmann, John George a Swiss historian and divine

“Les Fetes d'Euterpe,” Auvergne, Antoine D' an eminent French musician and composer

“Dictionnaire historique, litteraire, et critique, des homines celebres,” Barral, Abbe Peter born at Grenoble

“Dictionnaire hist, geographique et moral de la Bible,” Barral, Abbe Peter born at Grenoble

“Les choses comme ont doit les voir,” Bastide, John Francis De La a very industrious French writer

“Remarks upon Dr. Benson’s sermon on the gospel method of Justification,” Bate, Julius an English divine of the Hutchinsonian principles

“The morality of Epicurus,” Batteux, Charles professor of philosophy in the college royal

Died: Baty, Richard rector of the parish of Kirkandrews upon Esk

“An historical account of the General Hospital or Infirmary in the city of Bath,” Baylis, William one of the physicians to the king of Prussia

Born: Baynes, John was born in April 1758

Died: Beaufils, William a Jesuit

Died: Benedict Xiv., Pope whose name was Prosper Lambertini

“De Lucensium Thermarum sale tractatus,” Benvenuti, Joseph an Italian surgeon

Died: Benzelius, Henry archbishop of Upsal

Died: Berruyer, Joseph Isaac a celebrated French writer

“Le Philanthrope,” Bertrand, Elias an ingenious Swiss writer

“Recherches sur les langues anciennes et modernes de la Suisse, et principalement du pays de Vaud,” Bertrand, Elias an ingenious Swiss writer

Died: Bianchi, John Antony called by Fabroni Blanchius

“Remarks on the rev. Dr. Powell’s Sermon in defence of Subscriptions, &c.” Blackburne, Francis the celebrated author of the “Confessional

Died: Booth, Henry earl of Warrington

“Theoria philosophise niituralis reducta ad unicam legem virium in natura existentium,” Boscovich, Roger Joseph one of the most eminent mathematicians and philosophers of the last century

“History of the four last years of Queen Anne” Boyle, John earl of Cork and Orrery

Born: Brancas Villeneuve, Andrew Francis abbe d'Aulnay

“Monasticon Eboracense; and the Ecclesiastical History of Yorkshire, &c.” Burton, John an eminent antiquary

“The history of the war in the East-Indies,” Campbell, John an eminent historical

“La Theorie de Pouie,” Cat, Claude Nicholas Le an eminent French physician and surgeon

“Histoire d'Hercule le Thebain,” Caylus, Anne Claude Philip De Tubiere De Grimoakd De Pestels De Levis, Count De a very celebrated amateur and patron of the arts

“Observations, &c.” Chapman, Thomas the son of John Chapman

“The History and Antiquities of the ancient villa of Wheatfield, in the county of Suffolk,” Clubbe, John rector of Whatfield

Died: Cocchi, Anthony of Florence

“The Genius of Britain,” Cooper, John Gilbert an English poet and miscellaneous writer

“A plan for the establishment of Charity-houses for exposed or deserted women and girls, and for penitent prostitutes,” Coram, Capt. Thomas an eminent philanthropist

Died: Cowper, William earl Cowper

Died: Craig, William a divine of the church of Scotland

“An Essay towards a System of Mineralogy,” Cronstedt, Axel Frederic a Swedish mineralogist

“Dictionnaire Militaire,” Desbois, Francis Alexander Aubert De La Chesnaie a laborious Dictionary maker

“Oxford, 1756;” Dodwell, William was born at Shottesbrooke

“Sermon at the Meeting of the Charity Schools,” Dodwell, William was born at Shottesbrooke

“A full Confutation of Bower’s Three Defences;” Douglas, John the late learned bishop of Salisbury

“Topographic de TUnivers,” Expilli, John Joseph a French writer

“CEuvres diverses,” Fontaine, John De La a celebrated French poet

“Recherches et considerations sur les finances de France depuis 1595 jusqu'a 1721,” Forbonnois, Francis V'Eron De an eminent political and financial writer of France

Died: Foster, Sir Michael an eminent lawyer

“De Atmosphaera Ccelestium corporuro,” Frisi, Paul a very eminent philosopher and mathematician

Died: Froelich, Erasmus a learned medallist

“Notitia elementaria antiquorum illorum, quse urbium liberarum, regum et principum, ac personarum illustrium, appellantur,” Froelich, Erasmus a learned medallist

“Institutiones Pathologiae Medicinalis,” Gaubius, Jerome David an eminent German physician

“History and Practice of the high court of Chancery,” Gilbert, Sir Jeffray knt. lord chief baron of the exchequer

“Critical Review” Grainger, James an English poet and physician

Died: Grange, Joseph De Chancel De La a French satirist and dramatic poet

“Physique des Arbres,” Hamel Du Monceau, Henry Lewis Du an eminent French writer on rural ceconomy and vegetable physiology

Died: Hardinge, Nicholas a polite and ingenious scholar

“Narrative” Holwell, John Zephaniah a learned English gentleman

“Jerusalem Delivered,” Hoole, John a dramatic poet and translator

“Natural History of Iceland,” Horrebow, Peter a celebrated Danish astronomer

“The Mistakes or, The Happy Resentment,” Hyde, Henry Lord Hyde and Cornbury

“A discourse on the conduct of Great Britain in respect to Neutral Nations during the present War,” Jenkinson, Charles earl of Liverpool

Died: Jussieu, Antony De an eminent botanist

“Epistle to Lorenzo,” Kenrick, William the son of a stay-maker at or near Watford in Hertfordshire

Died: Kimber, Isaac a dissenting divine

“Pro M. T. Cicerone adversus Dionem Cassium et Plutarchum dissertatio,” Klotz, Christian Adolphus an eminent German critic

“Ad virum doct. I. C. Reichelium epistola, qua de quibusdam ad Homerum pertinentibus disputatur,” Klotz, Christian Adolphus an eminent German critic

“A Hebrew Grammar,” Ladvocat, John Baptist an useful and agreeable French writer

“Sanctae ecclesiae Florentine monumenta,” Lami, John an Italian ecclesiastic

“The Residual Analysis,” Landen, John an eminent mathematician

“Treatise on the Small-pox,” Langrish, Browne a physician of the last century

“Chereas and Calliroe,” Larcher, Peter Henry an eminent French scholar and translator

“De sectionibus conicis,” Lecchi, John Anthony a learned Italian mathe. matician

“Lectures on Italian Eloquence,” Mann I, Dominic Maria an eminent Italian writer

“Dictionnaire Historique, ou Memoires Critiques et Litteraires, concernant la vie et les outrages de divers personnages distingués, particulierement dans la republique des-lettres,” Marchand, Prospeu an author to whom the curious in literary history are greatly indebted

“Tales.” Marmontel, John Francis one of the most distinguished French writers of the eighteenth century

“The Gentleman’s Magazine,” Maty, Matthew an eminent physician and polite writer

“Paralipomena contra Polygamiam,” Michaelis, John David a celebrated biblical critic

“The History of the Mathematics;” Montucla, John Stephen a celebrated mathematician

Died: Murray, James a clergyman of Scotland

“Five Lessons for the Harpsichord, with a sonata in score for the harpsichord or organ; dedicated to the right honourable the countess of Carlisle;” Nares, James doctor of music

Born: Nelson, Horatio one of the bravest

“CEuvres diverses,” Oliva, John an Italian antiquary

“The Fig-tree dried up; or the Story of that remarkable Transaction as it is related by St. Mark considered in a new light explained and vindicated in a Letter to . . . . . . . . . esq.” Parry, Richard rector of Wichampton in Dorsetshire

“The Study of Sacred Literature, fully stated and considered in a Discourse to a student in divinity (the rev. John Jenison, who died at Liege, Dec. 27, 1790),” Phillips, Thomas a Roman catholic divine

“Observations on that Disorder of the corner of the Eye commonly called Fistula Lachrytnalis,” Pott, Percival an English surgeon of the highest eminence (17131788)

“Madrigal and Trulletta, a mock tragedy,” Reed, Joseph a dramatic and miscellaneous writer

Born: Robinson, Maria a lady of considerable literary talents (?–1800)

“De telluribus in mundo nostro solari,” Swedenborg, Emanuel a Swedish enthusiast

“De Equo albo in Apocalypsi,” Swedenborg, Emanuel a Swedish enthusiast

Born: Thew, Robert an excellent engraver

“A Compendium of social religion,” Turner, Daniel a dissenting minister of the baptist persuasion

“Droit des gens, ou Principes de la Loi Naturelle,” Vattel, Emer De, an eminent publicist

“De inaequalitatibus motuum Lunarium,” Walmesley, Charles R

“Four Essays upon the English Longuage,” Ward, John a learned and useful writer

“System of Oratory, delivered in a course of lectures publicly read at Gresham college,” Ward, John a learned and useful writer

Died: Webster, William ar learned and laborious divine

1759

“Search of Truth,” Abbt, Thomas a German writer of high character

“Reflections on a plan of Study for young men of rank,” Abbt, Thomas a German writer of high character

Died: Adam, Nicholas-Sebastian brother of the preceding

“Timandre instruit par son genie,” Albert, Louis Joseph D' grandson of the constable de Luynes

“Elemens de Philosophic,” Alembert, John Le Rond D' an eminent French philosopher

“Pieces fugitives pour servir, &c.” Angouleme, Charles De Valois Duke D' the natural son of Charles IX. and Maria Touchet

“Semaine Litteraire,” Aquino De Chateau Lyon, Peter Louis son of the preceding

“Lettres interessantes pour les medicins de profession, utiles aux ecclesiastiques,” Ardene, John Paul De Rome D' brother of the preceding

“Pieces fugitives pour i'histoire de France,” Aubais, Charles De Baschi marquis of

“L'Ordene de chivalerie,” Barbazan, Stephen a French antiquary

“Dr. Newton’s edition of Milton,” Baskerville, John a celebrated printer

“Theses,” Bassius, Henry a surgeon and anatomist of considerable reputation

“L'Heureux citoyen,” Beurieu, Gaspard Guillard De a French miscellaneous writer

“Reflexions theologiques sur le premier vol.' des lettres de Pabbe de Villefroi a ses eleves, &c.” Besoigne, Jerome a doctor of the Sorbonne

“Institutions politiques,” Bielfeld, James Frederick Baron De was born at Hamburgh March 31

Died: Boulanger, Nicholas Anthony one of the earliest French infidels

Died: Bradbury, Thomas a facetious preacher among the dissenters

“Anthologia,” Burman, Peter called the second

Born: Burns, Robert an eminent modern poet of Scotland

“Plautus,” Capperonnier, John nephew of the preceding

Born: Carlyle, Rev. Joseph Dacre vicar of Newcastle-upon-Tyne

“Eloge de Fontenelle,” Cat, Claude Nicholas Le an eminent French physician and surgeon

“The Penman’s employment,” Champion, Joseph a celebrated English penman

“Sylloge nova Epistolarum,” Cuper, Gisbert a learned philologist

Died: Eller, John Theodore, De Brockhusen a physician of Prussia

“An Account of the Complaint and Cure of Marianne Pigalle,” Epee, Charles Michel De L' a very ingenious and benevolent French abbé

“Homer,” Ernesti, John Augustus was born at Tacnnstadt in Thuringia

“L'Europe vivante et mourante,” Estrees, Cæsar D' cardinal

“Description de l‘Angleterre, de l’Ecosse, et de Irelande,” Expilli, John Joseph a French writer

Died: Farquhar, George an ingenious comic writer

“The Prussian Tactics,” Fawcett, Sir William, K.B. a brave English officer

“Dissertationum Variarum,” Frisi, Paul a very eminent philosopher and mathematician

“I can, if I please, be honoured with the purple, but I know the court of Rome, and I do not wish to be called cardinal Centaur /” Furietti, Joseph Alexander an Italian cardinal and antiquary

Died: Garengeot, Rp.Ne Jamf.S Croissant De an eminent French surgeon

Died: Gaubil, Antony one of the French missionaries in China

“Philosophy of Rhetoric.” Gerard, Alexander an eminent divine of the church of Scotland

“An Essay on Taste,” Gerard, Alexander an eminent divine of the church of Scotland

Born: Godwin, Mary a lady of very extraordinary genius

“Present State of Polite Literature,” Goldsmith, Oliver an eminent poet and miscellaneous writer

“Sur le Droit qu'ont les Cures de commettre leur Vicaires, et les Confesseurs, dans leur Paroisses,” Gueret, Gabriel an elegant French writer

“Sermons,” Hervey, James an English divine of exemplary piety and virtue

“Life of colonel Gardiner.” Hunt, Thomas a learned Hebraist

“Miscellaneous Tracts.” Hyde, Edward earl of Clarendon

Died: Jackson, Joseph an ingenious letter-founder

Died: Juncker, Gottlob John a learned physician

“Cissides,” Kleist, Christian Ewald Von a German poet

“Carminum liber unus,” Klotz, Christian Adolphus an eminent German critic

“Dictionnaire portatif des Beaux Arts,” Lacombe, James a diligent French miscellaneous historian

Died: Langrish, Browne a physician of the last century

“De Hydrope,” Lawrence, Thomas an eminent physician

Died: Locker, John, Esq. F. S. A. son of Stephen Locker

“System of the Newtonian Philosophy,” Martin, Benjamin an eminent optician

“New Elements of Optics,” Martin, Benjamin an eminent optician

“Mathematical Institutions, viz. arithmetic, algebra, geometry, and fluxions,” Martin, Benjamin an eminent optician

“Natural History of England, with a map of each county,” Martin, Benjamin an eminent optician

“Philology and Philosophical Geography,” Martin, Benjamin an eminent optician

“Caractacus” Mason, William a distinguished poet and divine of the last century

Died: Maupertuis, Peter Louis Morceau De a celebrated French mathematician and philosopher

“An encouragement to a good life; particularly addressed to some soldiers quartered at Reading,” Merrick, James an English divine and poet

“Syntagma commentationum,” Michaelis, John David a celebrated biblical critic

“Critical Lectures on the principal Psalms which treat of Christ,” Michaelis, John David a celebrated biblical critic

“Trait 6 des prets de commerce,” Mignot, Stephen a learned French canonist

“Chemical Works, abridged and methodized,” Neumann, Caspar an eminent chemist

“Chronological abridgment of the Roman History,” Nugent, Thomas a miscellaneous writer and translator of the last century

Died: Parkhurst, John a late learned divine and lexicographer

Born: Pitt, William second son of the preceding

Born: Porson, Richard a late eminent Greek scholar and most accomplished critic

Died: Powell, William Samuel an English divine of good abilities

Born: Robespierre, Maximilian Isidore the most ferocious of those tyrants which the French revolution produced

“Twelve Sermons upon Solomon’s Song,” Romaine, William an English divine and writer of great popularity

Died: Rosel, John Augustus a painter and entomologist

Died: Roy, Julian David Le an architect and antiquary

“Origeniana” Rue, Charles De La was a Benedictine monk

“De variis cataractam extrahendi modis,” Sabatier, Raphael - Bienvenu a very eminent French surgeon

Born: Schiller, Frederic a German writer

“De recondita febrium intermittentium et reuiittentium natura,” Senac, John a distinguished French physician

Died: Tertre, Francis Joachim Duport Du a French writer of more industry than genius

“DePatriae Oratio,” Tiraboschi, Jerome one of the most valuable Italian writers of the last century

“High Life below Stairs,” Townley, James a learned master of Merchant Taylors’ school

“Inquiry, historical and critical, into the evidence against Mary queen of Scots, and an examination of the Histories of Dr. Robertson and Mr. Hume, with respect to that evidence,” Tytler, William an ingenious writer on historical and miscellaneous subjects

“Description abregee des maladies qui regnent communement dans les arme'es,” Van Swieten, Gerard one of the most celebrated physicians of the last century

“Sermons on various subjects,” Venn, Henry a pious divine of the church of England

“The Variance between real and nominal Christians considered, and the cause of it explained,” Venn, Henry a pious divine of the church of England

Died: Warburton, John a heraldic writer and antiquary

“Gentleman’s Diary” Wildbore, Charles an ingenious mathematician (1717–?)

1760

“Oratio Harveiaua,” Akenside, Mark an English poet and physician

Died: Amy, N. an advocate in the parliament of Aix

Born: Anderson, George a young man of extraordinary talents

“Traite des Tulipes,” Ardene, John Paul De Rome D' brother of the preceding

“Journal Etranger,” Arnaud, Francis a French miscellaneous writer of considerable note

Died: Artaud, Peter Joseph born at Bonieux in the comtat-Venaissin

Died: Bakewell, Robert the most successful and celebrated experimental farmer ever known in England

“Le Castoiement, ou instructions d' une pere a son fils,” Barbazan, Stephen a French antiquary

“A Dictionary of the English and Italian languages; improved and augmented with above ten thousand words omitted in the last editio*n of Altieri. To which is added, an Italian and English grammar,” Baretti, Joseph was born at Turin about the year 1716

“Les Amours de' Carite et de Polydore,” Barthelemi, John James an eminent French writer

“Le Monde comme il est,” Bastide, John Francis De La a very industrious French writer

“Cours de belles-lettres,” Batteux, Charles professor of philosophy in the college royal

“Initia philosophise practicae primae,” Baumgarten, Alexander Theophilus a philosopher of the German school

Born: Beddoes, Thomas a gentleman of Welch extraction

“Riflessioni sopra gli effetti del moto a cavallo,” Benvenuti, Joseph an Italian surgeon

“Classes conchy liorum,” Bergen, Charles Augustus De a German anatomist and botanist

“Physique des cometes,” Bertier, Joseph Stephen of the oratory

“Definitiones plantarum Ludwigianas auctas et emendatas edidit G. R. Boehmer,” Boehmer, George Ralph an eminent professor of botany and anatomy in the university of Wittetnberg

“De sensibilitate et contractibilitate partium in corpore humano sano,” Bordeu, Francis brother to Theophilus

“The Royal Procession of queen Elizabeth, to visit her cousin german, Henry lord Hunsdon, governor of Berwick.” Boyle, John earl of Cork and Orrery

“Eulogium Medicum, sive Oratio Anniyersaria Harveiana habita in Theatris Collegii Regal is Me-? dicorum Londinensium, Die xviii Octobris,” Brocklesby, Richard an eminent English physician

“Du culte des dieux Fetiches, ou parallele de l'ancienne idolatrie avec celle des peuples de Nigritie,” Brosses, Charles De a French writer of great learning

“Traite des Monnoies Romanies, Grecques, et Hebr. compares avec les Monnoies de France, pour l'intelligencederEcriture Sainte, et de tous les auteurs Grecs, et Remains,” Brotier, Gabriel an eminent classical scholar and editor

“Claudian,” Burman, Peter called the second

“Demonstrationum Anatomico-Pathologicarum liber primus, continens brachii humani fabricam et morbos, in folio maximo, cum quatuor figuris,” Camper, Peter an eminent physician and surgeon

“The young Penman’s practice,” Champion, Joseph a celebrated English penman

Died: Chapman, Thomas the son of John Chapman

“Journal of a Voyage to North America,” Charlevoix, Peter Francis Xavier De a learned and industrious French Jesuit

“Conferences de la Mere Angelique, de St. Jean Arnaud de Port Royal,” Clemencet, Charles was born at Painblanc

Died: Collins, Arthur a laborious antiquary

“Odes to Oblivion and Obscurity.” Colman, George an eminent dramatic author and manager

“Merchants’ lecture” Conder, John a dissenting divine

“Essay on Artillery” Darcy, Patrick, Count of a noble and ancient family in Ireland

Died: Desmolets, Peter Nicolas librarian of the house of the oratory in the rue St

Born: Desmoustier, Charles Albert a French dramatic and miscellaneous writer

“Two Sermons on a particular Providence,” Dodwell, William was born at Shottesbrooke

“Sermon before the Sons of the Clergy,” Dodwell, William was born at Shottesbrooke

Died: Falkenstein, John Henry a voluminous compiler of historical documents

“Treatise on the clergy of St. John de Lateran,” Foggini, Peter Francis a learned Italian ecclesiastic

“The Minor,” Foote, Samuel esq. called the English Aristophanes

“The Minor,” Foote, Samuel esq. called the English Aristophanes

Died: Fothergill, George principal of St

“Memoires sur la formation de$ Os,” Fougeroux De Bondaroy, Augustus Dennis a learned Frenchman

“Histoire de la guerre des Cevennes, ou de la guerre des Camisards,” Gebelin, Anthony Court De an eminent French writer of the last century

“Cases in Law and Equity,” Gilbert, Sir Jeffray knt. lord chief baron of the exchequer

“Amphytrion, or the two Sosias,” Hawkesworth, John an elegant and ingenious English writer

Died: Hayes, Charles esq. a very singular person

“Your life, my lord, has been one continued series of services to your country.” Howe, Richard fourth viscount Howe

“Life of Erasmus,” Jortin, Dr. John a learned English divine

Died: Kennedy, John, M. D. a native of Scotland

“Christian Fortitude.” Kennicott, Benjamin a very learned divine

“Mores Eruditorum,” Klotz, Christian Adolphus an eminent German critic

“Genius Sxculi,” Klotz, Christian Adolphus an eminent German critic

“Philosophical Transactions” Landen, John an eminent mathematician

Died: Lebeuf, John a French historian and antiquary

“Life of Charles I.” Lessing, Gotthold Ephraim a distinguished German writer

“Library,” Lloyd, Robert a modern poet

“Definitiones Plantarum” Ludwig, Christian Theophilus a botanical writer

“Saturnalia” Macrobius, Ambrosius Aurelius Theodosius was an ancient Latin writer

Died: Margon, William Plantavit De La Pause, De a French author and journalist

Died: Mascrier, John Baptist De a French abbé

“Lommius’s Table of Diseases,” Mascrier, John Baptist De a French abbé

“Compendium Theologize dogmatics?,” Michaelis, John David a celebrated biblical critic

Died: Middleton, Conyers a celebrated English divine

“The History of P:ssex,” Morant, Philip a learned and indefatigable antiquary and biographer

“De Sedibus et Causis Morborum per Anatomiam indagatis, Libri quinque,” Morgagni, John Baptist an eminent pbysiciain and anatomist

“Introduction to Natural Philosophy,” Musschenbroeck, Peter De an eminent mathematician and natural philosopher

Died: Necker, Charles Frederick professor of civil law at Geneva

“A Defence of the Lord Bishop of London’s [Sherlock] Interpretation of the famous text in the book of Job, ‘ I know that my Redeemer liveth,’ against the Exceptions of the Bishop of Gloucester [Warburton], the Examiner of the Bishop of London’s Principles; with occasional Remarks on the argument of the Divine Legation, so far as this point is concerned with it,” Parry, Richard rector of Wichampton in Dorsetshire

“Memoirs,” Pilkington, Letitia an English wit and poetess

“A Memoir relating to the Discoveries made in the South Sea, during the Voyages of the English and French round the World.” Pingke, Alexander Guy a French mathematician and astronomer

“Observations on the Nature and Consequences of Wounds and Contusions of the Head, Fractures of the Skull, Concussions of the Brain,” Pott, Percival an English surgeon of the highest eminence (17131788)

Born: Raine, Matthew an eminent scholar and teacher

Died: Ray, Benjamin an ingenious and worthy man

“Twelve Discourses upon the Law and Gospel,” Romaine, William an English divine and writer of great popularity

“Les Fe>es de l‘Amour et de l’Hymen,” St. Lambert, Charles Francis De formerly a member of the French academy

“Observations on the Skin of Leaves” Saussure, Horace Benedict De an eminent naturalist

Born: Schnebbelie, Jacob was son of a native of Zurich

“Harmonics, or the philosophy of Musical Sounds,” Smith, Robert the very learned successor of Bentley as master of Trinity college

“Tristram Shandy,” Sterne, Laurence said to be great-grandson of the preceding

“De dysenteria tentamen medicum,” Strack, Charles a very skilful German physician and writer

Died: Tanner, Thomas an excellent antiquary

“An Examination of Dr. Hutcheson’s Scheme of Morality.” Taylor, John a learned dissenting teacher

Died: Trumbull, William an estimable and upright statesman

“The Law of Nations; or, principles of the Law of Nature: applied to the conduct and affairs of nations and sovereigns,” Vattel, Emer De, an eminent publicist

“Description of the city of Amsterdam,” Wagenaar, John a Dutch historian

“Plan of Discipline composed for the use of the militia of the county of Norfolk,” Windham, William a late distinguished statesman

Died: Winslow, James Benignus a skilful anatomist who settled in France

Died: Zinzendorf, Nicholas Lewis count de

1761

“Corps d‘observations de la Societe d’ Agriculture, de Commerce, et des Arts, etablie par Jes Etats de Bretagne,” Abeille, Louis Paul was born at Toulouse

“The Rudiments of the Greek tongue,” Addington, Stephen a dissenting clergyman

“Eusebes to Philetus; or Letters from a Father to his Son, on a devout temper and life,” Addington, Stephen a dissenting clergyman

Died: Alstroemer, Jonas the reviver of industry and commerce in Sweden

“J. A. the reviver of manufactures.” Alstroemer, Jonas the reviver of industry and commerce in Sweden

“Sum of St. Augustine,” Alticozzi, Laurence of an illustrious family at Cortona

“Memoires sur les Chinois,” Amiot, Father one of the most learned French missionaries in China

“Notice de l'ancienne Gaul, tirée des monumens Remains,” Anville, John-Baptiste Bourignon D' first geographer to the king of France

“Sedulius,” Arntzenius, John Henry son of John Arntzenius

“Traitedes maladies desFemmes,” Astruc, John a very celebrated French physiciaiTj was born in 1684

“Passaggio di Venere, &c.” Audiffredi, John Baptist an able astronomer and mathematician

“Oratio ex Harveii institute, habita in theatro coll. reg. Medicorum Lond. Oct. 19, 1761. Calci orationis accedit Commentarius quidam de Joanne Caio Anatomise conditore apud nostrates,” Baker, Sir George an eminent physician

Born: Barnave, Ant. Pierre Joseph Marie one of the active agents in the French revolution (?–1793)

“Dodsley’s Fables,” Baskerville, John a celebrated printer

“Congreve’s Works,” Baskerville, John a celebrated printer

Died: Beauchamps, Pierre François Godard De a French miscellaneous writer

“Letters to M. de Voltaire,” Beaumelle, Laurence Angliviel De La a French writer of some note

Died: Belidor, Bernard Forest De a member of the academies of sciences of Paris and Berlin

“Dissertatio physica de Lumine,” Benvenuti, Joseph an Italian surgeon

“Specimen animadversionum philologkarum ad selecta Veteris Testamenti loca,” Berg, John Peter a learned divine

“De natural! in humane corpore, vitiosa, morbosaque generatione historia,” Bianchi, John Baptist a celebrated Italian anatomist

“Dissertatio inauguralis medico-chirurgica de membrorum Amputatione rarissime administranda aut quasi abroganda,” Bilguer, John Ulric De a surgeon

Died: Boerner, Christian Frederick professor of theology at Leipsic

“La Vie et l'esprit de St. Charles Borromeo,” Borromeo, Charles an eminent Romish saint and cardinal

Died: Boscawen, Right Hon. Edward a brave English admiral

“Exposition” Bossuet, James bishop of Meaux

“Methode a suivre dans le traitement de differentes maladies epidemiques qui regnent le plus ordinairernent dans la generality de Paris,” Boyer, John Baptist Nicholas a learned French physician

“Prospectus d'une edit. Lat. de Tacite,” Brotier, Gabriel an eminent classical scholar and editor

Born: Broussonet, Peter Augustus Maria an eminent French naturalist

Died: Bruce, James a celebrated modern traveller

Died: Buonamici, Castruccio an Italian historian

“History of the War upon the Coast of Coromandel,” Cambridge, Richard Owen an ingenious English writer

“A letter to the author, on the electricity of a mop-stick.” Canton, John an ingenious natural philosopher

“A letter signed Indagator, occasioned by a supposed accidental discovery of an attraction between tallow and the magnetic needle, mentioned in the preceding Magazine for August.” Canton, John an ingenious natural philosopher

“History of St. Lewis,” Capperonnier, John nephew of the preceding

Died: Cellier, Remi a voluminous French biographer

“Francaise,” Cerutti, Joseph Anthony Joachim a French poet and miscellaneous writer

“Les vrais plaisirs ne sont faits que pour la vertu,” Cerutti, Joseph Anthony Joachim a French poet and miscellaneous writer

“Pourquoi les arts utiles ne sont-ils pas cultives preferablement aux arts agreables,” Cerutti, Joseph Anthony Joachim a French poet and miscellaneous writer

“Sur l'origine et les effets du desir de transmettre son nom a la posterite,” Cerutti, Joseph Anthony Joachim a French poet and miscellaneous writer

Died: Charlevoix, Peter Francis Xavier De a learned and industrious French Jesuit

Born: Christie, Thomas an ingenious writer

“The Apology: addressed to the Critical Reviewers,” Churchill, Charles an English poet of unquestionable genius

“A Collection of Laws which form the constitution of the Bedford Level Corporation, with an introductory history thereof,” Cole, Charles Nalson an English lawyer

“History of the Jesuits,” Coudrette, Christopher a French Jesuit

“The History of John Sobieski,” Coyer, L'Abbé who was born at Baumeles-Nones in Franche-Comtt;

“The barbarous people sbewed us no little kindness,” Dalrymple, David an eminent Scotch lawyer and antiquary

Died: Desmahis, Joseph Francis Edward De Corsembleu was born at Sully-sur-Loire in 1722

“That is indeed a man to make a friend of.” Drummond, Robert Hay an English prelate

“Codex,” Ducarel, Andrew Coltee an eminent English civilian and antiquary

Died: Duchal, James a learned dissenting minister

“Inquiries concerning the value of Monies, and the price of Grain,” Dupre De St. Maur, Nicholas Francis master of the accounts at Paris

Died: Elizabeth, Petrovna daughter of Peter the great

“Callimachus,” Ernesti, John Augustus was born at Tacnnstadt in Thuringia

“A translation of the works of Machiavel, illustrated with annotations, dissertations, and several new plans on the art of war,” Farneworth, Ellis distinguished by translating some capital authors

“Extracts from such of the Penal Laws as particularly relate to the Peace and good Order of the Metropolis,” Fielding, Sir John was half brother

“Hist. Crit. de Nic. Flamel,” Flaminio, Mark Anthony an eminent Latin poet

“The Lyar,” Foote, Samuel esq. called the English Aristophanes

Died: Foppens, John Francis an eminent historian and biographer

Died: Foucquet, Charles Louis Augustus count of Belle-Isle

Died: Gastrell, Francis a distinguished English bishop

“Theory or Law of Evidence,” Gilbert, Sir Jeffray knt. lord chief baron of the exchequer

Died: Hales, Stephen an eminent natural philosopher

“The Wishes of a free People,” Hiffernan, Paul a minor author of the last century

“The New Hippocratrs,” Hiffernan, Paul a minor author of the last century

Died: Hoadly, Benjamin a prelate celebrated for his controversial talents

“Toland’s Life of Milton” Hollis, Thomas esq. of Corscombe in Dorsetshire; a gentleman whose “Memoirs.” have been printed in two splendid volumes (17201774)

“Literatura Juris,” Hommel, Charles Frederick a lawyer

“History of the House of Tudor;” Hume, David a celebrated philosopher and historian

Died: Jones, Griffith a pious divine and great benefactor to his country

“A Letter to the Rev. Mr. Kennicott, in which his Defence of the Samaritan Pentateuch is examined, and his Second Dissertation on the State of the printed Hebrew Text of the Old Testament is shewn to be in many instances injudicious and inaccurate. With a postscript, occasioned by his advertizing, before this Letter was printed, that he had an Answer to it in the press,” Kennicott, Benjamin a very learned divine

“Acta Eruditorum,” Klotz, Christian Adolphus an eminent German critic

“Opuscula Poetica,” Klotz, Christian Adolphus an eminent German critic

“Oratio pro Lipsii latinitate,” Klotz, Christian Adolphus an eminent German critic

“Libellus de minutiarum studio et rixandi libidine grammaticorum quorundam,” Klotz, Christian Adolphus an eminent German critic

“Dictionnaire du Citoycn,” Lacombe De Prezel, Honore brother of the former

Died: Law, William the author of many pious works of great popularity

“Le reves d‘Aristobule, philosophe Grec, suivis d’un abrege de la vie de Formose, philosophe Francais,” Levesque, Peter Charles a learned French writer

“The Singular Man,” Lynar, Rochus Frederic Count a Danish statesman and scholar

“A small treatise on the Christian Faith,” Madan, Martin a celebrated preacher and writer

“Lettere familiare,” Magalotti, Laurence a celebrated philosopher and mathematician

Died: Man, James a schoolmaster of considerable learning

Died: Manfredi, Gabriel brother to the preceding

“Conspectus OriginumTypographicarum proxime in lucem edendarum,” Meerman, Gerard a very learned lawyer and pensionary of Rotterdam was born at Leyden in 1722; of his early history

Died: Michaelis, John David a celebrated biblical critic

Born: Moore, Sir John a gallant English officer

Died: Musschenbroeck, Peter De an eminent mathematician and natural philosopher

Born: Opie, John a very excellent artist and professor of painting in the Royal Academy

Died: Passionei, Dominick an Italian cardinal

“Memoirs of Roger de Weseham, dean of Lincoln, afterwards bishop of Lichfield, and the principal favourite of Robert Grossetete, bishop of Lincoln,” Pegge, Samuel an eminent and laborious antiquary

Born: Pelletier, Behnard a chemist of considerable eminence

Died: Poleni, John an Italian marquis

“English Grammar,” Priestley, Joseph a dissenting divine (17331804)

“The Register Office,” Reed, Joseph a dramatic and miscellaneous writer

Born: Ritson, Isaac a young man of very considerable literary talents

“Two Letters to Dr. Kennicott,” Rutherforth, Thomas an ingenious philosopher and divine

Died: Schomberg, Isaac one of a family of physicians of some note in their day

Died: Smith, Chaules an able writer on the subject of the corn-trade

“Tracts Physical and Mathematical,” Stewart, Matthew an eminent mathematician

Born: Tarin, Peter a French physician

Died: Taylor, John a learned dissenting teacher

“Memoires pour servir a l'histoire de Messieurs de la Motte et de Fontenelle,” Trublet, Nicholas Charles Joseph a French abb of temporary fame

“Doctrine of the Sphere,” Walker, George an able mathematician

“Resignation, a Poem,” Young, Edward a very celebrated and popular English poet

1762

“Treatise on the influence of the Beautiful on Science,” Abbt, Thomas a German writer of high character

“De Ossibus corporis humani,” Albinus, Bernard Siegfried son of the preceding

“Connoissauce de la Mythologie,” Allainval, The Abbe Leonor-Jean-Christine Soulas D' was born at Chartres (?–1753)

“Synopsis methodica horti Taurinensis,” Allioni, Charles a celebrated Piedmontese physician

“Historical and Chronological deduction of Trade and Commerce,” Anderson, Adam a native of Scotland

“Traite des Oeillets,” Ardene, John Paul De Rome D' brother of the preceding

“Transitus Veneris, &c.” Audiffredi, John Baptist an able astronomer and mathematician

Died: Baker, Henry an ingenious and diligent naturalist

“Ueducation physique des enfans,” Ballexserd, N. James citizen of Geneva

“A Grammar of the Italian language with a copious praxis of moral sentences. To which is added an English grammar for the use of the Italians,” Baretti, Joseph was born at Turin about the year 1716

Died: Baron, Bernard an engraver of considerable fame in this country

“The Book of Common Prayer,” Baskerville, John a celebrated printer

“Elemens de Pharmacie theorique et pratique,” Beaume', Antony an eminent French chemist

Died: Bentinck, William earl of Portland

“De rubiginis frumentum corrumpentis causa et medela,” Benvenuti, Joseph an Italian surgeon

“Principes de la Penitence et de la Justice,” Besoigne, Jerome a doctor of the Sorbonne

“Treatise on the Scurvy, with remarks on the cure of scorbutic ulcers,” Bisset, Charles an ingenious physician

Died: Bouchardon, Edmund a French sculptor

Died: Boys, William esq. F. A. and L. S. S. was born at Deal in Kent

“Fifty-four Sermons,” Bradbury, Thomas a facetious preacher among the dissenters

Born: Burn, Richard an eminent law-writer

“An Answer to the Cocoa-Tree (a pamphlet so called), from a Whig,” Butler, John late bishop of Hereford

Died: Caille, Nicholas Lewis De La an eminent French Inathematician and astronomer

“Liber secundus, continens pelvis human se fabricam et morbos,” Camper, Peter an eminent physician and surgeon

“Inscrizioni Palermitane,” Castello, Gabriel Lancelot an eminent Italian antiquary

“L'Apologie de Pinstitut des Jesuites,” Cerutti, Joseph Anthony Joachim a French poet and miscellaneous writer

“Eponine,” Chabanon, De a French writer of eminence in polite literature

“Essai historique sur la Medicine en France,” Chomel, James Francis a French physician

“The Ghost,” Churchill, Charles an English poet of unquestionable genius

“Psalms,” Cramer, John Andrew of another family

Died: Crebillon, Prosper Joliot De who has been called the Æsehvlus of France

“Memorials and Letters relating to the history of Britain in the reign of James I. published from the originals,” Dalrymple, David an eminent Scotch lawyer and antiquary

“The House of Superstition,” Denton, Thomas a clergyman who is entitled to a place in this Dictionary

“A Familiar Explanation of the Poetical Works of Milton,” Dodd, Dr. William an ingenious divine

Died: Dodington, George Bubb

“A Defence of the United Company of Merchants of England trading to the East Indies, and their Servants (particularly those at Bengal), against the Complaints of the Dutch East India Company; being a Memorial from the English Company to his Majesty on that subject,” Dunning, John

“Dictionnaire geographique des Gaules et de la France,” Expilli, John Joseph a French writer

“The Shipwreck,” Falconer, William an ingenious poet

Died: Falconet, Camille born at Lyons in 1671

“Xenophon’s Memoirs of Socrates, with the Defence of Socrates before his Judges,” Fielding, Sarah third sister of the preceding

“The Universal Mentor; containing, Essays on the most important Subjects in Life; composed of Observations, Sentiments, and Examples of Virtue, selected from the approved Ethic Writers, Biographers, and Historians, both ancient and modern,” Fielding, Sir John was half brother

“The Orators,” Foote, Samuel esq. called the English Aristophanes

“L‘art de l’Ardoisier,” Fougeroux De Bondaroy, Augustus Dennis a learned Frenchman

“Numismata antiqua,” Froelich, Erasmus a learned medallist

Died: Geminiani, Francis a fine performer on the violin

“Rape of the Lock;” Gottsched, John Christopher a German poet

“The History of Carausius; or an examination of what has been advanced on that subject by Genebrier and Dr. Stukeley,” Gough, Richard the Camden of the eighteenth century

“Miscellaneous Antiquities.” Gray, Thomas an eminent English poet

Died: Gregory, David son of the preceding

Died: Gronovius, John Frederick a physician and botanist of considerable learning

“Opera anatomica minora,” Haller, Albert De one of the most eminent physicians and philosophers of the eighteenth century

Died: Hay, William esq. an agreeable English writer

“Plain Instructions for young persons in the principles of the Christian religion in six conferences, between a minister and his disciple designed for the use of the isle and diocese of Mann. By a resident clergyman,” Hildesley, Mark a worthy prelate

“Flora Anglica,” Hudson, William one of the earliest Linniean botanists in England

Died: Jennings, David an eminent dissenter

“An appeal to reason and common sense for the Truth of the Holy Scriptures.” Jennings, David an eminent dissenter

“The Reverie; or a Flight to the Paradise of Fools,” Johnston, Charles author of <c Chrysal

Died: Jortin, Dr. John a learned English divine

“An Answer to a Letter from the Rev. T. Rutherforth, D. D. F. R. S.” Kennicott, Benjamin a very learned divine

“Histoire du siecle d'Alexandre,” Linguet, Simon Nicholas Henry a French advocate and political writer

“Short Introduction to English Grammar,” Lowth, Robert a very learned and eminent prelate

Died: Maillebois, Jean-Baptiste Des Marets, Marquis Of was the son of Nicolas Desmarets

“Occasional thoughts oo the present German War.” Mauduit, Israel a person of some celebrity in his time

Died: Mayer, Tobias one of the greatest astronomers and mechanics of the last century

“Prophetical plan of the preacher Solomon,” Michaelis, John David a celebrated biblical critic

“Questions proposed to a society of learned Men, who went to Arabia by order of the king of Denmark,” Michaelis, John David a celebrated biblical critic

Died: Morabin, James a man of letters

“Monumenta,” Nicephorus, Callistus the son of Callistus Xanthopulus

“Chronological abridgment of the History of France,” Nugent, Thomas a miscellaneous writer and translator of the last century

“Act of Faith” Oliveyra, Francis Xavier De knight of the military order of Christ

“Le. Chevalier D'Oliveyra brule ervefiigie cornrne Heretique, comment et pourquoi? Anecdotes et Reflections sur ee sujet donnes an public par lui meme,” Oliveyra, Francis Xavier De knight of the military order of Christ

“An Hebrew and English Lexicon, without points; to which is added, a methodical Hebrew grammar, without points, adapted to the use of learners,” Parkhurst, John a late learned divine and lexicographer

“Dissertation on Daniel’s Prophecy of the Seventy Weeks,” Parry, Richard rector of Wichampton in Dorsetshire

Died: Pearsall, Richard a pious dissenting divine

Born: Perceval, Spencer second son to the preceding

Died: Roubiliac, Lewis-Francis a very eminent sculptor

“Emilie, ou de l'Education,” Rousseau, John James an eccentric genius of our own times

Died: Rousset, John De Missy a voluminous French writer

Born: Shaw, Steering the historian of Staffordshire

Died: Short, Thomas a physician of the early part of the last century

“Miscellaneous Tracts,” Stillingfleet, Benjamin grandson to the preceding

Died: Titon, Verard the projector of a French Parnassus

“Oeuvres de Baillou,” Tronchin, Theodore a celebrated physician

“Traite des maladies des os,” Verney, Guichard Joseph Du an eminent French anatomist

“Anecdotes of Fainting in England; with some account of the principal Artists, and incidental notes on other Arts, collected by Mr. George Vertue,” Vertue, George an eminent engraver and antiquary

“Remarks on the History of Fingal and other poems of Ossian, translated by Mr. Macpherson, in a letter to the right hon. the lord L (Lyttelton),” Warner, Ferdinando a very voluminous writer

“Life and Literary Remains of Dr. Batburst.” Warton, Thomas the historian of English poetry

“The School for Lovers,” Whitehead, William another English poet (?–1785)

“History of the Empire,” Winkelman, Abbe John an eminent antiquary

1763

“Programma on the difficulty of measuring the Human Faculties,” Abbt, Thomas a German writer of high character

“Consolatory Epistle to Dr. Schwartz,” Abbt, Thomas a German writer of high character

“Recherches sur les Sentiments Moraux, traduites de l'Allemand de M. Moses Mendelsohn,” Abbt, Thomas a German writer of high character

Died: Abel, Gaspar a native of Halberstadt

“An account of a Blow on the Heart and its effects,” Akenside, Mark an English poet and physician

Died: Ali Bey an adventurer

“Melanges d'histoire naturelle,” Alleon, Dulac John Lewis was born at Lyons

“Forms of Devotion for the closet,” Amory, Thomas a dissenting minister of considerable note

“The Patriot,” Anstey, Christopher an ingenious poet of the eighteenth century

“Memoire sur la necessite de diminuer le nombre des fetes,” Arcere, Louis Etienne priest of the oratory

“Familiar instructions on the diseases of the Urethra and Bladder,” Arnaud De Ronsil, Georges a surgeon of some eminence in London

Died: Arntzenius, Otho brother of the preceding

“Polyxene,” Auvergne, Antoine D' an eminent French musician and composer

“De Catarrho, et de Dysenteria Londinensi, epidemicis utrisque anno 1762, libellus,” Baker, Sir George an eminent physician

“Tablettes Chronologiques” Barbeau De Labruyere, John Lewis born at Paris in 1710

“Horace, edited by Mr. Livie, 1762, 8vo;” Baskerville, John a celebrated printer

“Dr. Jennings’s Introduction to the knowledge of Medals,” Baskerville, John a celebrated printer

“Aphorism! cle cognoscendis et curandis morbis nonnullis ad principia, animalia accommodati.” Battie, William an English physician of considerable eminence (17041764)

“Cours d'Histoire sacree et profane,” Beurieu, Gaspard Guillard De a French miscellaneous writer

“Essais geographiques sur les isles Britanniques,” Bellin, Nicholas geographical engineer of the marine

“Essay sur THorlogerie,” Berthoud, Ferdinand an eminent French marine clock-maker

“Museum,” Bertrand, Elias an ingenious Swiss writer

“Dictionnaire Universel des Fossiles propres, etdes Fossils accidentels,” Bertrand, Elias an ingenious Swiss writer

“De primis rei metallicae inventoribus,” Bidermann, John Theophilus a very learned and voluminous German writer

“Lettres familieres,” Bielfeld, James Frederick Baron De was born at Hamburgh March 31

“Instructions for the practice of Surgery in army-hospitals,” Bilguer, John Ulric De a surgeon

“An Ode to the earl of Lincoln on the duke of Newcastle’s Retirement,” Bishop, Samuel late head-master of Merchant Taylors’ school

“Examen de la Confession de Foi du Vicaire Savoyard,” Bitaube', Paul Jeremiah a French poet and miscellaneous writer

Died: Blackwall, Anthony a native of Derbyshire

“Discours sur l'Emulation,” Bollioud-Mermet, Louis a French writer

“Essai sur la lecture,” Bollioud-Mermet, Louis a French writer

“Essai sur la poesie rhythmique,” Bouchaud, Matthew Anthony a law-writer of great reputation in France

Died: Bougainville, John Peter De born at Paris Dec. 1

“Strabo,” Brequigny, Lewis George, Oudard De Feudrix a learned member of the French academy

“Bibliographic Instructive,” Bure, William Francis De an eminent bookseller at Paris

“Appel aux Savans,” Bure, William Francis De an eminent bookseller at Paris

“Reponse a une Critique de la Bibliographic Instructive,” Bure, William Francis De an eminent bookseller at Paris

“Historia gymnasii Patavini,” Burrow, Sir James born in 1701

Died: Byrom, John an ingenious English writer

“Dissertation on Miracles” Campbell, George a very learned divine of the church of Scotland

“Dissertations sur le bois de charpente,” Camus, Antony Le a French physician

“Filial Piety,” Carr, John LL. D. many years an eminent schoolmaster at Hertford

Died: Carteret, John earl Granville

“De Tinteret d'un ouvrage dans le sujet, le plan, et le style,” Cerutti, Joseph Anthony Joachim a French poet and miscellaneous writer

“Letters to the duchess of Lesdiguieres, giving an account of a voyage to Canada,” Charlevoix, Peter Francis Xavier De a learned and industrious French Jesuit

“The Duellist,” Churchill, Charles an English poet of unquestionable genius

“Letters concerning the Spanish nation, written at Madrid during the years 1760 and 1761,” Clarke, Edward son to the preceding

“A Letter of free advice to a young Clergyman,” Clubbe, John rector of Whatfield

“Les Mysotechniques aux enfers,” Cochin, Charles Nicholas son of the preceding artist

Died: Dalin, Olaus Von a learned Swede

Died: Dassier, John medallist to the republic of Geneva

“An humble apology for Christian Orthodoxy,” Delany, Patkick a clergymnn of Ireland

“Nouveaux eclaircissemens sur la vie et les ouvrages de Guillaume Postel,” Desbillons, Francis Joseph Terrasse an elegant Latin poet

Died: Disney, John a learned English divine and magistrate

“Reflections on Death,” Dodd, Dr. William an ingenious divine

Died: Donati, Vitaliano an eminent botanist

“I hope, within this year, to have about twelve dioceses ready for the press;” Ducarel, Andrew Coltee an eminent English civilian and antiquary

Died: Farneworth, Ellis distinguished by translating some capital authors

Died: Fawkes, Francis a poetical and miscellaneous writer

“Astronomical Tables and Precepts, for calculating' the true times of New and Full Moons, &c.” Ferguson, James an eminent experimental philosopher

“A Charge to the Grand Jury of Westminster,” Fielding, Sir John was half brother

“The Mayor of Garrat,” Foote, Samuel esq. called the English Aristophanes

“The Law of Executions,” Gilbert, Sir Jeffray knt. lord chief baron of the exchequer

“A Decription of Teneriffe, with the Manners and Customs of the Portuguese who are settled there.” Glass, John son of the above

“Metfiodus medendi Morbos, cum prafatione de prsestantia Theorise Hambergeri, prae ceteris,” Hamberger, George Edward professor of chemistry and of the practice of medicine in the university of Jena

Died: Hartzheim, Joseph a celebrated Jesuit

“Twenty Discourses abridged from archbishop Tillotson, c.” Henry, David an ingenious printer

“Jurisprudentia numismatibus illustrata, necnon sigillis, gemmis, aliisque picturis vetustis varie exornata,” Hommel, Charles Frederick a lawyer

Born: Hurdis, James an ingenious poet

Died: Jackson, John an English divine

Died: Joubert, Francis a learned priest of Montpellier

Died: Ilive, Jacob was a printer

“Epistle from lady Jane Gray to lord Guildford Dudley;” Keate, George a very agreeable English writer

Died: King, Dr. William son of the rev

“Dictionnaire de Jurisprudence,” Lacombe De Prezel, Honore brother of the former

“Plantarum Rariorum Horti Upsaliensis Fasciculus Primus,” Linnæus the oldest

Died: Lobb, Theophilus a physician of considerable reputation

“Memoire sur une question anatomique, relatif a la jurisprudence,” Louis, Anthony an eminent French surgeon

“Answer to the capital errors of W. Law,” Madan, Martin a celebrated preacher and writer

Died: Mangeart, Thomas called

Died: Marivaux, Peter Carlet De Chamblain De a celebrated French writer of the drama and of romance

Died: Mason, John a non-conformist divine

“Lettre sur la Bibliographic de Debure,” Mercier, Bartholomew a learned bibliographer and miscellaneous writer

“Poems on Sacred subjects,” Merrick, James an English divine and poet

Died: Mesenguy, Francis Philip a French divine

“Plan of typical Divinity,” Michaelis, John David a celebrated biblical critic

“Apologia pro medicina Empirica,” Musgrave, Dr. William an English physician and antiquary

“Theatre & Oeuvres diverse*,” Panard, Charles-Francis a French poet

“Remarks on Dr. Kennicott’s Letter,” Parry, Richard rector of Wichampton in Dorsetshire

“A Proposal for selling part of the Forest Land and Chaces, and disposing of the produce towards the discharge of that part of the national debt due to the Bank of England; and for the establishment of a National Bank, &c.” Perceval, John second earl of Egmont

“Chinese Miscellanies,” Percy, Thomas a late learned prelate

Died: Pessklier, Charles Stephen member of the academies of Nancy

Died: Pilkington, Letitia an English wit and poetess

“The Importance of the African Expedition considered,” Postlethwayt, Malachi a writer of reputation on subjects of trade and commerce

Died: Racine, Louis son of the preceding

“Disquisitiones Plinianae, sive de utriusque Flinii patria, scriptis, codicibus, editionibus, atque interpretibus,” Rezzonico, Anthony Joseph, Count an excellent scholar

“The Royal Shepherd,” Rolt, Richard an English historical and miscella* neous writer

“The Life of Faith,” Romaine, William an English divine and writer of great popularity

“Nosologica methodica, sistens’morborum classes, genera, et species,” Sauvages, Francis Boissier De the inventor of modern nosology

“Sermons on several occasions” Sharp, Thomas a younger son of the preceding

Died: Smellie, William an eminent accoucheur

“The Principles of Religion made easy to young persons, in a short and familiar Catechism. Dedicated to the late Prince Frederick,” Squire, Samuel a learned divine

“A Letter to the right hon. the earl of Halifax on the Peace,” Squire, Samuel a learned divine

Died: Sykes, Arthur Ashley a divine of the church of England

Died: Tate, Nahum *a well known Psalmodist

“The History of Ireland, vol*. 1.” Warner, Ferdinando a very voluminous writer

“Experience of Medicine;” Zimmermann, John George an eminent physician and miscellaneous writer

1764

“Thoughts on the dismission of Officers, civil and military, for their conduct in Parliament,” Adair, James an English lawyer

“Œuvres posthumes,” Ardene, Esprit-Jean De Rome D' a French poetical and miscellaneous writer

“Gazette litteraire de l'Europe,” Arnaud, Francis a French miscellaneous writer of considerable note

“The Companion to the Playhouse,” Baker, Henry an ingenious and diligent naturalist

Died: Barre, Joseph a canon regular of St

“Tractatus de morbis venereis,” Bassius, Henry a surgeon and anatomist of considerable reputation

“Abreg6 de Phistoire des Insectes,” Beurieu, Gaspard Guillard De a French miscellaneous writer

“Les droits de la religion sur le coeur de rhomme,” Bellet, Charles member of the academy of Montanban

“The history of the life of Jesus Christ, taken from the New Testament; with observations and reflections proper to illustrate the excellence of his character, and the divinity of his mission and religion,” Benson, George a learned and eminent dissenting teacher

“Observationum medicarum quse anatomise superstructae sunt, collectio prima,” Benvenuti, Joseph an Italian surgeon

“Elements primitifs des Langues, &c.” Bergier, Nicolas Sylvester a French writer of considerable note

“An Essay on the History of Learning,” Bertram, Philip-Ernest professor of law at Halle

“Course of Mathematics for the use of the Marine, with a treatise on Navigation,” Bezout, Stephen a celebrated French mathematician

“De antiquitate sodinarum metallicarum,” Bidermann, John Theophilus a very learned and voluminous German writer

“Dissertation sur l‘inutilite de l’Amputation,” Bilguer, John Ulric De a surgeon

“Letters between col. Robert Hammond, governor of the Isle of Wight, and the committee of lords and commons at Derbyhouse, general Fairfax, lieut.-general Cromwell, commissary general Ireton, &c. relating to king Charles I. while he was confined in Carisbrooke-castle in that island. Now first published. To which is prefixed a letter from John Ashburnham, esq. to a friend, concerning his deportment towards the king, in his attendance on his majesty at Hampton-court, and in the Isle of Wight,” Birch, Thomas a late valuable historical and biographical writer

“Contemplations of Nature” Bonnet, Charles an eminent natural philosopher

“Œconomical and Medical Observations from 1738 to 1763, tending to the improvement of Medical Hospitals,” Brocklesby, Richard an eminent English physician

“Remarks.” Brown, John an ingenious English writer

“Sunday Thoughts,” Browne, Moses vicar of Olney in Buckinghamshire

“Considerazioni sopra le cose della grandezza dei Romani, trad, del Montesquieu,” Brunswick-Oels, Frederick Augustus, Duke Of a general of infantry in the Prussian army

“Reflessioni critiche sopra ii carattere e le gesta d'Alessandro Magno,” Brunswick-Oels, Frederick Augustus, Duke Of a general of infantry in the Prussian army

“Heureusement,” Brunswick-Oels, Frederick Augustus, Duke Of a general of infantry in the Prussian army

“Œconomy of the Gospel,” Bulkley, Charles a protestant dissenting minister

“History of the establishment of Christianity, taken from Jewish and Pagan authors alone,” Bullet, John Baptist a learned French writer

“Sermons,” Burton, John a learned divine

“Dissertations on the Gout, and all Chronical diseases,” Cadogan, William a physician of considerable note in London

Died: Cantwell, Andrew a native of Tipperary in Ireland

Died: Carter, Elizabeth an English lady of profound learning and genius

“Eloge de Rameau,” Chabanon, De a French writer of eminence in polite literature

“Sur le sort de la poesie, en ce siecle philosophe, avec un dissertation sur Homere,” Chabanon, De a French writer of eminence in polite literature

Died: Cheselden, William an eminent surgeon and anatomist

“Independence” Churchill, Charles an English poet of unquestionable genius

Died: Cobden, Edward a chaplain in ordinary to George II. was educated at Trinity college

“Pulcheria Commersonia.” Commerson, Philibert doctor of physic

“VerVert,” Cooper, John Gilbert an English poet and miscellaneous writer

“Comfort for the Afflicted under every affliction, with suitable devotions,” Dodd, Dr. William an ingenious divine

“Charge to the Clergy of the archdeaconry of Berks,” Dodwell, William was born at Shottesbrooke

“A Letter to the Proprietors of East-India Stock, on the subject of lord dive’s Jaghire, occasioned by his lordship’s letter on that subject,” Dunning, John

“The Patron,” Foote, Samuel esq. called the English Aristophanes

“I, fugias, celeri volitans per nubila cursu,” Fox, Charles James one of the most illustrious statesmen of modern times

Died: Furietti, Joseph Alexander an Italian cardinal and antiquary

“L'Homme de lettres,” Garnier, John James an ingenious French writer

“Lettere Accademiche,” Genovesi, Antony or

“Timoleon,” Harpe, John Francis De La one of the ablest French writers of the last century

Died: Henley, Anthony an English gentleman of parts and learning

“The Earl of Warwick,” Hiffernan, Paul a minor author of the last century

“India Tracts,” Holwell, John Zephaniah a learned English gentleman

Died: Horrebow, Peter a celebrated Danish astronomer

“Memoirs” Jackson, John an English divine

“On Canine Madness,” James, Dr. Robert an English physician of great eminence

“The Suffolk Traveller,” Kirby, John Joshua eminent for his talents in perspective

“Vindiciie Horatianae,” Klotz, Christian Adolphus an eminent German critic

“Stratonis epigrammata, uunc primum edita,” Klotz, Christian Adolphus an eminent German critic

“Epistolae Homericae,” Klotz, Christian Adolphus an eminent German critic

Died: Lafitau, Peter Francis brother to the preceding

“The System of the World.” Lambert, John Henry an eminent mathematician and astronomer

“New method of computing the sums of a great number of infinite series.” Landen, John an eminent mathematician

“Projet d‘un canal et d’un pont sur les cotes de Picardie,” Linguet, Simon Nicholas Henry a French advocate and political writer

“Le Fanatisme de Philosophes,” Linguet, Simon Nicholas Henry a French advocate and political writer

“Necessit6 d‘une reforme dans l’administration de la justice et des lois civiles de France,” Linguet, Simon Nicholas Henry a French advocate and political writer

“La Dime royale,” Linguet, Simon Nicholas Henry a French advocate and political writer

“Memoire sur la lgitimite des naissances pr^tendues tardives,” Louis, Anthony an eminent French surgeon

“The History of Henry the Second,” Lyttelton, George an elegant English writer

“Mathematical Institutions,” Martin, Benjamin an eminent optician

“Biographia Philosophica, or Lives of Philosophers,” Martin, Benjamin an eminent optician

“The Merry Philosopher, or Thoughts on Jesting,” Meier, George Frederic a German writer on philosophical subjects

“Annotations, critical and grammatical, on chap. I. v. 1 to 14 of the Gospel according to St. John,” Merrick, James an English divine and poet

“Academy of Inscriptions at Paris,” Michaelis, John David a celebrated biblical critic

Born: Morland, George an eminent but very unhappy artist (?–1804)

Born: Newland, Peter a Dutch author

Born: Nieuwland, Peter professor of mathematics and natural philosophy at Leyden

“Elementa Botanica,” Oeder, George Christian an eminent botanist

“Three Discourses on Eternity, and the Importance and Advantage of looking at Eternal Things,” Orton, Job an eminent divine among the dissenters

“Simula, quibus Siciliae veteris rudera, additis antiquitatum tabulis illustrantur,” Orville, James-Philip D' a very learned critic

“Observations on the Four Gospels, tending chiefly to ascertain the times of their publication, and to illustrate the form and manner of their composition,” Owen, Henry a learned English divine

Born: Pacuvius, Marcus a Latin tragic poet

Died: Panard, Charles-Francis a French poet

“The Case between Gerizirn and Ebal,” Parry, Richard rector of Wichampton in Dorsetshire

“Five Pieces of Runic Poetry,” Percy, Thomas a late learned prelate

“Consultation en faveur des Naissances tardives,” Petit, Anthony a celebrated French anatomist

“The History of the Life of Reginald Pole,” Phillips, Thomas a Roman catholic divine

“Astronomy,” Pingke, Alexander Guy a French mathematician and astronomer

“Concorde de la Geographic des differens ages,” Pluche, Antony a French writer

“Harmonic des Pseaumes et de PEvangile,” Pluche, Antony a French writer

Died: Pompadour, Jane, Antoinette, Poisson marchioness of

Died: Pontoppidan, Eric bishop of Bergen

“Tr. des Obligations,” Pothier, Robert Joseph son of a counsellor to the presidial of Orleans (16991772)

“Almena,” Rolt, Richard an English historical and miscella* neous writer

“Essai historique-critique sur l'origine de la puissance temporelle des Papcs,” Sabbathier, Francis a learned French writer

“Lt-s quaires parties du jour” St. Lambert, Charles Francis De formerly a member of the French academy

“A Treatise of the Colica Pictonum, or Dry Belly-ache,” Schomberg, Isaac one of a family of physicians of some note in their day

Died: Smith, George of Ch'uhester

“Sapientia angelica de Divina Providentia,” Swedenborg, Emanuel a Swedish enthusiast

“Emendationes in Suidam, in quibus plurima loca veterum Grsecorum, Sophoclis et Aristophanis imprimis, cum explicantur turn emenclantur,” Toup, Jonathan a very eminent critic

“Eciaircissemens sur les Mceurs,” Toussaint, Francis Vincent a French writer

Died: Tull, Jethro a gentleman of an ancient family in Yorkshire

“The History of the Modern Taste in Gardening.” Walpole, Horace third and youngest son of sir Robert Walpole

Died: Whytt, Robert an eminent physician

“Some Enquiries concerning the first inhabitants, learning, and letters of Europe, by a member of the Society of Antiquaries, London;” Wise, Francis a learned antiquary

“The Use, Value, and Improvement, of various Readings shewn and illustrated, in a Sermon preached before the University of Oxford, at St. Mary’s, on Sunday Oct. 18, 1761,” Worthington, William a learned English divine

1765

“Life of his old friend professor Baumgarten,” Abbt, Thomas a German writer of high character

“De la Destruction des Jesuites,” Alembert, John Le Rond D' an eminent French philosopher

Died: Amherst, Jeffery, Lord Amherst was the second son of Jeffery Amherst

“Miscellanea,” Arntzenius, John Henry son of John Arntzenius

Died: Arrighi, Francis a native of Corsica

“Investigatio Parallaxis Solaris, &c.” Audiffredi, John Baptist an able astronomer and mathematician

“De la pleine souverainete du roi sur la province de Bretagne,” Averdy, Clement Charles De L' a French statesman

Died: Baldini, John Francis a learned Italian antiquary and philosopher

“Models of conversation” Bellegarde, Jean Baptiste Morvan De born in 1648 at Pihyriac in the diocese of Nantes

“Siege of Calais,” Belloi, Peter Lawrence Buyrette Du of the French academy

“Le Deisme refute par lui-meme,” Bergier, Nicolas Sylvester a French writer of considerable note

Died: Bertrandi, John Ambrose Maria an eminent anatomist and surgeon

“Lyric Poems,” Blum, Joachim Christian a German poet

“Consultation sur une naissance tardive,” Bouvart, Michael Philip physician and doctor regent of the faculty of Paris

“Traite de la formation mecanique des Langues,” Brosses, Charles De a French writer of great learning

“The present state of the navigation of the river Thames considered, and certain regulations proposed,” Burton, John a learned divine

“Memoire sur Tetat actuel de la Pharmacia,” Camus, Antony Le a French physician

“Traite de la couieur de la peau humaine,” Cat, Claude Nicholas Le an eminent French physician and surgeon

“Nouveau sy steme sur la cause de P evacuation periodique du sexe,” Cat, Claude Nicholas Le an eminent French physician and surgeon

“Stemmata be limited to twenty. In 1792, on the Chicheleana,” Chichele, Henry archbishop of Canterbury

Died: Chomel, James Francis a French physician

“Eloge historique de M. Louis Duret,” Chomel, James Francis a French physician

Died: Clairault, Alexis Claude a celebrated French mathematician and academician

“Lettres sur les Vies de Slodz et de Deshays,” Cochin, Charles Nicholas son of the preceding artist

“Projet d'une salle de spectacle,” Cochin, Charles Nicholas son of the preceding artist

Died: Corsini, Edward a monk of the Ecoles-Pies

“Oru gines Typographies:,” Coster, Lawrence an inhabitant of Haerlem

Died: Cronstedt, Axel Frederic a Swedish mineralogist

“The works of the ever-memorable Mr. John Hailes of Eton, now first collected together,” Dalrymple, David an eminent Scotch lawyer and antiquary

Died: Deshais, John Baptist Hf.Nry an ingenious French painter

“Canons of Criticism,” Edwards, Thomas a critic and poetical writer

“Tracts on the Liberty, spiritual and temporal, of Protestants in England. Addressed to J. N. esq. at Aix-la-Chapelle.” Ellys, Anthony a learned prelate of the church of England

“A treatise of Algebra, in two books,” Emerson, William a very eminent mathematician

“Theological Dissertations,” Erskine, John an eminent divine of the church of Scotland

“De la population de la France,” Expilli, John Joseph a French writer

Born: Feyjoo, Benedict Jerom was a learned physician of the order of St

Died: Fizes, Anthony an eminent physician of Montpellier

“Sermons to Young Women,” Fordyce, James a dissenting clergyman of considerable eminence

“Quid miri faciat Natura,” Fox, Charles James one of the most illustrious statesmen of modern times

“Specimen historic literatae, quo virorum, feminarumque /ttrflpc3i3a*tov memoria recolitur,” Freytag, Frederic Gotthilf an eminent literary historian

“Hist, du Pontificat de Paul V.” Goujet, Claude Peter a canon of St

Died: Green, John an English prelate

Died: Guise, William an English divine

“Pharmond,” Harpe, John Francis De La one of the ablest French writers of the last century

“Melanges Litteraires,” Harpe, John Francis De La one of the ablest French writers of the last century

“A Revisal of Shakspeare’s Text, wherein the alterations introduced into it by the more modern editors and critics are particularly considered,” Heath, Benjamin a lawyer of eminence of the last century

Died: Heathcote, Ralph an ingenious English divine

“Being of a God,” Heathcote, Ralph an ingenious English divine

Died: Howard, John the indefatigable friend of the poor and unfortunate

“Dialogues on foreign Travel” Hurd, Richard an eminent and accomplished prelate

“Netley Abbey;” Keate, George a very agreeable English writer

Died: Ladvocat, John Baptist an useful and agreeable French writer

Died: Lambert, George was an English artist

“Idrostatica csaaiinata,” Lecchi, John Anthony a learned Italian mathe. matician

“Consultations sur la plupart des Maladies qui sont du report de la Chirurgie,” Le Dran, Henry Francis an eminent French surgeon

Died: Lennox, Charlotte a lady long distinguished for her genius and literary merit

Died: Madden, Samuel

“Introduction to the Newtonian Philosophy,” Martin, Benjamin an eminent optician

“Institutions of Astronomical Calculations,” Martin, Benjamin an eminent optician

Died: Mazzuchelli, John Maria a nobleman of Brescia

“The Psalms translated, or paraphrased, in English verse,” Merrick, James an English divine and poet

Died: Morris, Lewis a Welsh antiquary and poet

“Supplement” Muratori, Lewis Anthony a learned Italian antiquary

“An Harmony of the Four Gospels, so far as relates to the History of our Saviour’s Resurrection, with a Commentary and Notes,” Parry, Richard rector of Wichampton in Dorsetshire

“Reliquiæ Sacræ,” Pearsall, Richard a pious dissenting divine

“A Letter to Mr. Phillips, containing some observations on his History of the Life of Reginald Pole.” Phillips, Thomas a Roman catholic divine

“Catholick Faith and Practice, addressed to the ingenious author of the Life of Cardinal Pole,” Phillips, Thomas a Roman catholic divine

“Ars medendi singulis morbis accommodata,” Platner, John Zachariah an able physician

“Remarks on the Disease commonly caled a Fistula in Ano,” Pott, Percival an English surgeon of the highest eminence (17131788)

“Theocritus,” Reiske, John James an extraordinary scholar

“The Scripture Doctrine of the Sacrament of the Lord’s Supper,” Romaine, William an English divine and writer of great popularity

Born: Schiavonetti, Lewis a very ingenious artist

“A Review of Dr. Mayhew’s Remarks,” Secker, Thomas an eminent English prelate

“An Essay upon the Life,' Writings, and Character of Dr. Jonathan Swift;” Swift, Deane a near relation to the celebrated dean of St

“Demirep,” Thompson, Edward a miscellaneous writer of no great fame

Died: Vanloo, Charles brother to the preceding

“A letter to the fellows of Sion college, and to all the clergy within the bills of mortality, and in the county of Middlesex, humbly proposing their forming themselves into a Society for the Maintenance of the Widows and Orphans of such Clergymen. To which is added, a sketch of some Rules and Orders suitable to that purpose,” Warner, Ferdinando a very voluminous writer

“The Crucifixion, a Seaton prize poem,” Zouch, Thomas a learned divine

1766

Died: Abbt, Thomas a German writer of high character

“Tabula Syriae, Arab, et Lat. cum notis Koehleri, et animadversionibus Jo. Jac. Reiskii,” Abulfeda, Ishmael a learned Arabian geographer and historian

“Dissertation on the operation for the Cataract,” Acrel, Olaus a very eminent Swedish surgeon and physician

“A Sermon on Ecclesiastes ix. 10. composed by the author the day preceding his death,” Alexander, John a young writer of very promising talents

Died: Anich, Peter astronomer

“L'Esprit de la Ligue.” Anquetil, Lewis-Peter a French historian

“Deux memoires historiques sur les villes de Milly et de Nemours, printed in the 4< Nouvelles recherches sur la France,” Anson, Peter Hubert a miscellaneous French writer

“Memoir sur l'Egypt ancienne et moderne, avec une description de Golphe Arabique,” Anville, John-Baptiste Bourignon D' first geographer to the king of France

“The easiest introduction to Dr. Lowth’s English Grammar,” Ash, John LL.D. a dissenting minister at Pershore

“L'Art crAccoucher reduit a ses principles,” Astruc, John a very celebrated French physiciaiTj was born in 1684

“Tractatus Pathologicus,” Astruc, John a very celebrated French physiciaiTj was born in 1684

“De Solis Parallaxi commentarius,” Audiffredi, John Baptist an able astronomer and mathematician

“An Inquiry into the merits of a method of inoculating the Small Pox, which is now practised in several counties in England,” Baker, Sir George an eminent physician

“Observations on the Statutes,” Barrington, The Hon. Daines fourth son of the preceding

“Lettres sur quelques monumens Pheniciens,” Barthelemi, John James an eminent French writer

“A second edition of the Rationale, &c.” Bate, James elder brother of the preceding

“Recueil de divers traités sur l'histoire naturelle de la Terre etdes Fossiles,” Bertrand, Elias an ingenious Swiss writer

“Recherches sur le tissu mnqueux, et l'organecellulaire,” Bordeu, Theophilus De son to the preceding

Died: Bower, Archibald a person of a very celebrated

“Fossilia Hantohiensia collecta, et in Museo Britannico deposita, a Gustavo Brander,” Brander, Gustavus esq. F. R. S. and F. S. A. and a trustee of the British Museum

Died: Caslon, William eminent in an art of the greatest consequence to literature

“Secret Correspondence” Cecil, Robert earl of Salisbury

Died: Cibber, Susanna Maria wife of the preceding

“The Tea-table Miscellany,” Croxall, Dr. Samuel was the son of Samuel Croxall

Died: Davies, Samuel an American clergyman of dissenting principles

Died: Dawes, Richard a learned critic

Died: Dezallier, D'Argenville, Antony-Joseph a French naturalist and biographer

Died: Dodd, Dr. William an ingenious divine

Died: Drummond, George an eminently patriotic and public-spirited magistrate of Edinburgh

“The Civil War between the Israelites and Benjamites illustrated and applied.” Duncombe, John was born 1730

“Historical account of the Grevillc Family, with an account of Warwick Castle,” Edmondson, Joseph Mowbray herald extraordinary

“Memoires de la Societe” Euler, Leonard a very eminent mathematician (?–1783)

“Sermons on the Scripture doctrine of the Son and Holy Spirit,” Evans, Caleb a dissenting minister of the baptist persuasion at Bristol (17371791)

“Another Charge to the Grand Jury on a similar occasion,” Fielding, Sir John was half brother

Born: Garnet, Thomas an ingenious English physician

“Characters, an Epistle,” Gentleman, Francis a dramatic and poetical writer of the minor order

“Royal Fables,” Gentleman, Francis a dramatic and poetical writer of the minor order

“Dissertations on the Genius and Evidences of Christianity,” Gerard, Alexander an eminent divine of the church of Scotland

Died: Goodal, Walter a Scotch antiquary

Died: Gottsched, John Christopher a German poet

Died: Gregory, George a divine and miscellanebus writer

Died: Grey, Zachary LL. D. an English divine

“Flora Norvegica,” Gunner, John Ernest a German prelate and naturalist

Died: Hardion, James a polite French writer

Born: Headley, Henry a very elegant poet and critic

Died: Heath, Benjamin a lawyer of eminence of the last century

Died: Hellot, John a French chemist

Died: Hemsterhuis, Tiberius one of the most famous critics of his country

Died: Hesychius was a celebrated grammarian of Alexandria

“Interesting historical events relative to Bengal and Indostan; as also the Mythology of the Gentoos; and a dissertation on the Metempsychosis,” Holwell, John Zephaniah a learned English gentleman

“Neve’s Animadversions” Jortin, Dr. John a learned English divine

“Life of Cardinal Pole,” Joyner, William second son of William

“An Examination of Mr. Kenrick’s Review,” Kenrick, William the son of a stay-maker at or near Watford in Hertfordshire

“Dr. Brook Taylor’s Method of Perspective, compared with the examples lately published on the subject, as Sirigatti'i,” Kirby, John Joshua eminent for his talents in perspective

“Les Tense’s de Pope, avec sa vie,” Lacombe De Prezel, Honore brother of the former

“Lezioni d'antichita Toscane, e speciaimente dellacittadi Firenze,” Lami, John an Italian ecclesiastic

“Essai sur Tabus des regies generales, et centre les prejuges qui s’opposent aux progres de Tart des accouchemens,” Levret, Andrew an eminent French surgeon and accoucheur

“Histoire des Revolutions de l'empire Remain,” Linguet, Simon Nicholas Henry a French advocate and political writer

“Recueil d‘Observations d’Anatomie et de Chirurgie, pour servir de base a la Theorie des lesions de la t^te par contrecoup,” Louis, Anthony an eminent French surgeon

“Larger Confutation,” Lowth, Robert a very learned and eminent prelate

“Description and use of the Air Pump,” Martin, Benjamin an eminent optician

“Description of the Torricellian Barometer,” Martin, Benjamin an eminent optician

“Appendix to the Description and Use of the Globes,” Martin, Benjamin an eminent optician

Died: Mehegan, William Alexander a French historian

“Tableau de THistoire moderne,” Mehegan, William Alexander a French historian

“The Amours of Calisthenes and Aristoclea,” Menard, Leo a counsellor in the presidial court at Nismes

“Short directions to young Students in Divinity, and Candidates for Holy Orders,” Owen, Henry a learned English divine

“An Essay on the Coins of Cunobelin in an epistle to the right rev. bishop of Carlisle (Dr. Lyttelton), president of the society of antiquaries,” Pegge, Samuel an eminent and laborious antiquary

“Premier et seconde Rapport en faveur de l'Inoculation,” Petit, Anthony a celebrated French anatomist

“Beauty > a poetical essay,” Pye, Henry James a late English poet

“De Pestilential” Rhazes called also Albubecar Mohamed

“A Vindication of the Right of Protestant Churches to require the Clergy to subscribe to an established Confession of Faith and Doctrines, in a Charge delivered at a Visitation, July 1766,” Rutherforth, Thomas an ingenious philosopher and divine

“Dictionnaire pour Tintelligencedes auteurs classiques Grecs et Latins, tant sacrés que profanes, contenant la geographic, Thistoire, la fable, et les andquite*s,” Sabbathier, Francis a learned French writer

Born: Sanches, Antonio Nunps Ribeiro a learned physician

“Duport de signis morborum libri quatuor,” Schomberg, Isaac one of a family of physicians of some note in their day

“A Prospect of Ware and the Country adjacent,” Scott, John a poet of considerable genius

Died: Servandoni, John Nicholas an ingenious architect and machinist

“Vetera H.umiliatorum monumenta annotationibus ac dissertationibus, prodromis illustrata,” Tiraboschi, Jerome one of the most valuable Italian writers of the last century

“Microscopical Observations,” Torre, John Maria De La a celebrated philosopher

“Observations and Conjectures on some passages in Sbakspeare,” Tyrwhitt, Thomas one of the most eminent scholars and critics of the last century

“Miscellanies in Prose and Verse,” Williams, Anna an ingenious English lady

Died: Worlidge, Thomas an artist of considerable merit

1767

Died: Abauzit, Firmin was born at Uzes on the llth of November 1679

“A Discourse on reforms in Surgical Operations,” Acrel, Olaus a very eminent Swedish surgeon and physician

“Tyrolis chorographia delineata e Petro An-ich et BlasioHueber, curante Ign. Weinhart.” Anich, Peter astronomer

“L'Esprit de la Ligue; ou histoire politique des troubles de France pendant les 16 et 17 siecles,” Anquetil, Lewis-Peter a French historian

“An Elegy on the death of the marquis of Tavistock,” Anstey, Christopher an ingenious poet of the eighteenth century

Died: Antonelli, Nicholas Maria count of Pergola

Died: Asselin, Giles Thomas doctor of theSorbonne

“Le Botaniste Francis,” Barbeu Du Bourg, James a physician

“The pillars of Priestcraft and Orthodoxy shaken.” Baron, Richard a dissenting minister

“Critica Hebraea, or a Hebrew-English Dictionary without points,” Bate, Julius an English divine of the Hutchinsonian principles

“Eugenie,” Beaumarchais, Peter Augustin Caron De a French dramatic writer of modern celebrity

“A Caution to Great Britain and her Colonies, in a short representation of the calamitous state of the enslaved negroes in the British dominions,” Benezet, Anthony an American philanthropist

“Philodamus,” Bentley, Richard only son of the preceding (?–1782)

“A Magazine of Police and Administration, in alphabetical order,” Bergius, John Henry Louis a German writer

“Descriptiones plantarum ex Capite Boinc Spei,” Bergius, Peter Jonas a physician and professor of natural history at Stockholm

“A collection of Latin and French poems,” Bignicourt, Simon De a counsellor of the presklial of Rheims

“Joseph,” Bitaube', Paul Jeremiah a French poet and miscellaneous writer

“De l'influence cles Belles-lettres sur la Philosophic,” Bitaube', Paul Jeremiah a French poet and miscellaneous writer

“Pseudo-critica Millio-Bengeliana,” Bode, Christopher Augustus a learned professor of the university of Helmstadt

“Regulus,” Brunswick-Oels, Frederick Augustus, Duke Of a general of infantry in the Prussian army

“Observations and Inquiries relating to various parts of Ancient History: containing Dissertations on the wind Euroclydon, and on the Island Melite, together with an account of Egypt in its most early state, and of the Shepherd Kings; wherein the time of their coming, the province which they particularly possessed, and to which the Israelites afterwards succeeded, is endeavoured to be stated. The whole calculated to throw light on the history of that ancient kingdom, as well as on the histories of the Assyrians, Chaldeans, Babylonians, Edomites, and other nations,” Bryant, Jacob one of the most learned English scholars of the eighteenth century

Died: Burnett, James lord Monboddo

“A Tour to the East in the years 1763 and 1764, with remarks on the city of 'Constantinople and the Turks. Also select pieces of Oriental wit, poetry, and wisdom,” Calvert, Frederick

“Projet d'aneaniirla Petiteverole,” Camus, Antony Le a French physician

Died: Carpentier, Peter prior of Doncheri

“Cours abrege d'osteologie,” Cat, Claude Nicholas Le an eminent French physician and surgeon

“Six Assemblies; or Ingenious Conversations of learned men among the Arabians, &c. formerly published by the celebrated Schultens, in Arabic and Latin, with large notes and observations, &c.” Chappelow, Leonard an eminent oriental scholar

Died: Colman, George an eminent dramatic author and manager

Died: Cowper, William practised physic many years at Chester with great reputation

Died: Crusius, Christian professor of eloquence at Wittemberg

“Opuscula ad historiam et humanitatis literas spectantia,” Crusius, Christian professor of eloquence at Wittemberg

“Account of Discoveries in the South Pacific Ocean before 1764,” Dalrymple, Alexander an eminent hydrographer

Died: Denne, John an eminent divine and antiquary

“Sermon at the Consecration of Bishop Moss, in 1766,” Dodwell, William was born at Shottesbrooke

“The Sick Man’s Companion; or the Clergyman’s Assistant in visiting the Sick; with a Dissertation on Prayer,” Dodwell, William was born at Shottesbrooke

“The Prayer, on laying the foundation stone of the Salisbury infirmary, subjoined to dean Greene’s Infirmary Sermon,” Dodwell, William was born at Shottesbrooke

“The arithmetic of infinites, and the differential method, illustrated by examples. The elements of the conic sections, demonstrated in three books,” Emerson, William a very eminent mathematician

“Tables and Tracts, relative to several arts and sciences,” Ferguson, James an eminent experimental philosopher

“Examen des faits qui servent de fondement a la religipn Chretienne,” Francois, Laurence a French abbé and very useful writer

“Examination of the Apologists for Christianity,” Freret, Nicolas an author of profound learning and considerable abilities

Died: Ged, William an ingenious though unsuccessful artist

“Rhetoric,” Gibbons, Thomas a pious dissenting divine

“State of his Collation,” Gill, John an eminent dissenting divine

“Traite de Peloquence de barreau,” Gin, Peter Louis Claude a voluminous and useful French writer of the last century

Died: Goujet, Claude Peter a canon of St

“Sermons,” Griffet, Henry a French writer of considerable reputation

“De l'exploitation des Bois, ou moyen de tirer parti des taillis demi futayes et hautes futayes;” Hamel Du Monceau, Henry Lewis Du an eminent French writer on rural ceconomy and vegetable physiology

“The Amaranth” Harte, Walter an English poet and divine

“Anni rustici Januarius,” Heerkens, Gerard Nicholas a native of Groningen

“Ephemerides Astronomical ad meridianum Vindobonensem,” Hell, Maximilian a learned astronomer

Born: Hone, Nathaniel was born in Dublin in 1767

“Syntagma Dissertationum et Opuscula,” Hyde, Dr. Thomas a very learned writer

“Edgehill,” Jago, Richard an English poet

“Theorie des Lois,” Linguet, Simon Nicholas Henry a French advocate and political writer

Died: Lye, Edward a learned linguist and antiquary

“Answer to the narrative of facts respecting the rectory of Aldwinckle,” Madan, Martin a celebrated preacher and writer

Died: Marin, Michael Angelo a writer of several romances or novels much esteemed in France

“Nautical Almanac, and Astronomical Ephemeris.” Maskelyne, Nzvil an eminent astronomer and mathematician

Died: Massac, John Baptist an excellent Frencn miniature painter

Died: Maubert, De Gouvest, John Henry a noted political adventurer

Died: Menard, Leo a counsellor in the presidial court at Nismes

“Annotations, critical, &c. on the Gospel of St. John, to the end of the third chapter,” Merrick, James an English divine and poet

“De recto philosophies recentis in theologia 'usu, dissertatio,” Munoz, John Baptist a Spanish historian

“Remains of Japhet being historical inquiries into the affinity and origin of the European languages,” Parsons, James an excellent physician and polite scholar

“In Thorns? Dempsteri Libros de Etruria regali Paralipomena, quibus tabula? eidem operi additsG illustrantur. Accedunt dissertatio de re numaria Etruscorum; de nominibus Etruscorum; et notoe in tabulas Eugabinas, auctore I. Baptista Passerio,” Passeri, John Baptist a learned Italian antiquary and philologer

Died: Perau, Gabriel Louis Calabre a French author

Died: Postlethwayt, Malachi a writer of reputation on subjects of trade and commerce

Died: Premontval, Peter Le Guay De of the academy of sciences at Berlin

“History of Electricity,” Priestley, Joseph a dissenting divine (17331804)

“Dido,” Reed, Joseph a dramatic and miscellaneous writer

Died: Rolli, Paul Antonio a learned Italian

Born: Rose, Samuel a learned barrister

Died: Russel, George a man of learning and ingenuity

“A Letter to Archdeacon Blackburn,” Rutherforth, Thomas an ingenious philosopher and divine

“The Life of Maecenas,” Schomberg, Isaac one of a family of physicians of some note in their day

“Comparative History of the Increase and Decrease of Mankind in England, and several countries abroad, &c.” Short, Thomas a physician of the early part of the last century

Died: Silhouette, Stephen De a French writer

“Sermons,” Soanen, John son of Matthew Soanen

“Inquiry into the principles of Political Œconorny” Stewart-Den Ham, Sir Jamks an eminent political writer

“Elementa Physicae,” Torre, John Maria De La a celebrated philosopher

“Clandestine Marriage,” Townley, James a learned master of Merchant Taylors’ school

Died: Vattel, Emer De, an eminent publicist

“The History of the Rehellion and Civil War in Ireland,” Warner, Ferdinando a very voluminous writer

“Monumenti Inediti,” Winkelman, Abbe John an eminent antiquary

Died: Yorke, Philip a relation of the Hardwicke family

Died: Zincke, Christian Frederick an excellent enamel painter

1768

“Principes sur la libe'rte du Commerce des Grains,” Abeille, Louis Paul was born at Toulouse

“Observations on the power of alienation in the Crown before the first of queen Anne, supported by precedents, and the opinions of many learned judges; together with some remarks on the conduct of administration respecting the case of the duke of Portland,” Adair, James an English lawyer

Died: Alexander, John a young writer of very promising talents

“Dialogues sur l'utilité des moines rentés,” Ansart, Andrew Joseph a French historian

“Geographic ancienne abregée,” Anville, John-Baptiste Bourignon D' first geographer to the king of France

“La Philosophic du bons sens,” Argens, John Baptiste De Boyer, Marquis D' one of those writers who contributed to the general desolation of government

“Varietes litteraires, ou Ilecueil des pieces tant originales que traduites, concernant la philosophic, la litterature, et les arts,” Arnaud, Francis a French miscellaneous writer of considerable note

Died: Artigni, Anthony Gachet D' canon of the cathedral church at Vienna

Died: Assemani, Joseph Simon keeper of the Vatican

Died: Attiret, John Denis a French Jesuit and painter

“Monumenta Latina Posthuma Josephi Averanii Florentini,” Averani, Joseph was born at Florence the 19th of March 1662

“The Orations of Demosthenes and Eschines on the crown,” Auger, Athanasius a distinguished French critic

Died: Baron, Richard a dissenting minister

“La Certitude des Preuves du Christianisme,” Bergier, Nicolas Sylvester a French writer of considerable note

“Amusemens dramatiques,” Bielfeld, James Frederick Baron De was born at Hamburgh March 31

“Erudition universelle,” Bielfeld, James Frederick Baron De was born at Hamburgh March 31

“Tiberius, or the six first books of the Annals of Tacitus, translated into French,” Bleterie, John Philip Rene De La was born at Rennes

Died: Bontems, Madame a lady who was born at Paris in 1718

“Memou/e au sujet de l'honoraire des medicines,” Bouvart, Michael Philip physician and doctor regent of the faculty of Paris

Died: Boyer, John Baptist Nicholas a learned French physician

“A farewell Oration, &c.” Browne, Sir William a physician of the last century

“Fragmentum Isaaci Hawkins Browne, arm. sive Anti-Bolinbrokius, liber primus. Translated for a second Religio Medici,” Browne, Sir William a physician of the last century

“A Philosophical Survey of the Animal Creation,” Bruckner, John a Lutheran divine

“Discours sur les Grand Hommes,” Brunswick-Oels, Frederick Augustus, Duke Of a general of infantry in the Prussian army

Died: Camus, Charles Stephen Lewis a celebrated French mathematician

Died: Canal, Antonio an eminent painter of Venice

Died: Cat, Claude Nicholas Le an eminent French physician and surgeon

“The Old Whig, or Consistent Protestant.” Chandler, Samuel an eminent dissenting minister

Died: Chappelow, Leonard an eminent oriental scholar

“A defence of the conduct of the lieutenantgovernor, in reply to a printed libel.” Clarke, Edward son to the preceding

“The Way to Things by Words, and to Words by Things,” Cleland, John was the son of colonel Cleland

“Amelia” Cumberland, Richard a late dramatic and miscellaneous writer

“Memorial to the Proprietors of East India Stock,” Dalrymple, Alexander an eminent hydrographer

“Ossian’s poems,” Denis, Michael an eminent German bibliographer

Born: Dessaix, Louis Charles Anthony a brave French general in the revolutionary war

“Infirmary Sermon,” Dodwell, William was born at Shottesbrooke

Died: Earle, Jabez a dissenting minister of considerable note

“Duae Dissertationes: in quarum priore probatur, variantes lectiones et menda, quae in Sac ram Scripturam irrepserunt, non labefactare ejus auctoritatem in rebus quae ad fidem et mores pertinent: in posteriore vero, praedestinationem Paulinam ad Gentilium vocationern totam spectare,” Edwards, Thomas a learned divine of the church of England

“The elements of Optics, in four books,” Emerson, William a very eminent mathematician

Died: Fielding, Sarah third sister of the preceding

“Tho Devil upon Two Sticks,” Foote, Samuel esq. called the English Aristophanes

Died: Forcellini, Egidio an eminent lexicographer

“De intequalitate MoiCls Planetarum,” Frisi, Paul a very eminent philosopher and mathematician

Died: Frugoni, Charles Innocent an Italian poet

“Historia Fucorum,” Gmelin, Samuel Gottlieb nephew to the preceding

“Historia Stirpium Helvetiae indigenarum,” Haller, Albert De one of the most eminent physicians and philosophers of the eighteenth century

“Complete works of Hatto,” Hatto bishop of Vercelli

“On the Writings of Thomas Abbt,” Herder, John Gottfried a German philosopher of the new school

“Corpus juris civilis, cum notis variorum,” Hommel, Charles Frederick a lawyer

“Palingenesia librorum juris veterum,” Hommel, Charles Frederick a lawyer

“Cyrus,” Hoole, John a dramatic poet and translator

Died: Huxham, John was a physician of considerable reputation

“Thoughts on the principal Truths of Religion,” Jerusalem, John-Frederick William an eminent German divine

“Select Letters between the late Dutchess of Somerset, Lady Luxborough,” Lancaster, Nathaniel, D. D. was many years rector of Stamford Rivers

“Transactions” Landen, John an eminent mathematician

Died: Langhorne, John an English poet and miscellaneous writer

“Histoire impartiale des Jesuites,” Linguet, Simon Nicholas Henry a French advocate and political writer

Died: Lisle, Joseph Nicholas De younger brother of the preceding

Died: Lowth, Robert a very learned and eminent prelate

“Mr. Markland is very old, being within a few days of seventy-three, with weak eyes and a shaking hand, so that he can neither read nor write without trouble: that he has scarce looked into a Greek or Latin book for above these three years, having given over all literary concerns and therefore it is your (Mr. Bowyer’s) opinion that he (the bishop) had much better not write to Mr. Markland, which will only distress him; but that you are very sure that he will not now enter into any correspondence of learning.” Markland, Jeremiah one of the most learned critics of the eighteenth century

“Two Iphigeniae,” Markland, Jeremiah one of the most learned critics of the eighteenth century

“Annotations on the Psalms,” Merrick, James an English divine and poet

“A Manual of Prayers for common occasions,” Merrick, James an English divine and poet

“Treatise on the Law of Marriage, according to Moses,” Michaelis, John David a celebrated biblical critic

Died: Mounteney, Richard an English lawyer

“De scriptorum gentilium lectione, et profanarum disciplinarum studiis ad Christianaepietatisnormam exigendis,” Munoz, John Baptist a Spanish historian

“Institutiones philosophies,” Munoz, John Baptist a Spanish historian

“A Treatise on the Philosophy of Aristotle,” Munoz, John Baptist a Spanish historian

Died: Parcieux an able mathematician

“Anecdotes of Rome, &c. by a Swedish Traveller,” Patel a celebrated painter

“Observations on the Nature and Consequences of those Injuries to which the Head is liable from external Violence. To which are added, some few general Remarks on Fractures and Dislocations,” Pott, Percival an English surgeon of the highest eminence (17131788)

“Death of king Edmund.” Romney, George an eminent modern artist

“Abreg d'Anatomie,” Sabatier, Raphael - Bienvenu a very eminent French surgeon

“A Dialogue between Isaac Walton and Homologistes,” Sanderson, Dr. Robert

Died: Scott, John a poet of considerable genius

Died: Short, James an eminent optician

Died: Smith, Robert the very learned successor of Bentley as master of Trinity college

Died: Steevens, Geokge a celebrated commentator on the works of Shakspeare

Died: Sterne, Laurence said to be great-grandson of the preceding

Died: Stone, Edmund an eminent

Died: Talbot, Catherine a very ingenious lady

Died: Titley, Walter a polite scholar

Died: Tucker, Abraham an ingenious English writer

Died: Warner, Ferdinando a very voluminous writer

“A Letter to David Garrick, esq. concerning a glossary to the Plays of Shakspeare,” Warner, Richard who merits notice for his regard to the science of botany

“Chemical Essays.” Watson, Richard a late eminent and learned prelate

“A collection of the genuine Papers, Letters, &c. in the Case of J. Wilkes, late member for Aylesbury in the county of Bucks; a Paris, chez J. W. imprimeur, Run du Columhier, Fauxburgk St. Germain, a I' Hotel de Saxe” Wilkes, John a very singular political character in the early part of the present reign

“A Sermon preached in the parish-church of Christchurch, London, on Thursday April the 21st, 1768; being the time of the yearly meeting of tl^e children educated in the charityschools in and about the cities of London and Westminster,” Worthington, William a learned English divine

1769

“The History of Danish law from the time of king Harold to that of Christian V.” Ancher, Peter Kofod a Danish lawyer of the eighteenth century

Died: Anderson, Walter a native of Scotland

“Traité des Mesures itineraires anciennes et modernes,” Anville, John-Baptiste Bourignon D' first geographer to the king of France

Died: Ardene, John Paul De Rome D' brother of the preceding

“Annee champetre,” Ardene, John Paul De Rome D' brother of the preceding

“Arator,” Arntzenius, John Henry son of John Arntzenius

“Dimostrazione della theoria, &c.” Audiffredi, John Baptist an able astronomer and mathematician

“Registrum Roffense,” Ayloffe, Sir Joseph of Framfield in Sussex

“The Endemical Colic of Devon not caused by a solution of lead in the cyder,” Baker, Sir George an eminent physician

Died: Ballerini, Peter And Jerom brothers

“History of primary causes,” Batteux, Charles professor of philosophy in the college royal

“L'Heureux viellard,” Beurieu, Gaspard Guillard De a French miscellaneous writer

“Des principes de la vegetation et de ^agriculture,” Beguillet, Edmund an advocate of the parliament of Dijon

“Apologie de la Religion Chretienne contre l'auteur du Christianisme devoid,” Bergier, Nicolas Sylvester a French writer of considerable note

“Chronologic historique des baillis et des gouverneurs de Caen,” Besiers, Michael a canon of St

“Of the causes of public happiness,” Besplas, Joseph Mary Anne Gros De doctor of the Sorbonne

“Eloge de Corneille,” Bitaube', Paul Jeremiah a French poet and miscellaneous writer

“Dissertations sur les Antiseptiques,” Bordenave, Toussaint regius professor and director of the academy of surgery

“The History of Emily Montagu,” Brooke, Frances whose maiden name was Moore

“Fragmentum I. Hawkins completum,” Browne, Sir William a physician of the last century

“Sicilise et objacentium Insularum veterum inscriptionum nova collectio, cum prolegomenis et notis illustrata,” Castello, Gabriel Lancelot an eminent Italian antiquary

“Euxodie,” Chabanon, De a French writer of eminence in polite literature

“Discours sur Pindar,” Chabanon, De a French writer of eminence in polite literature

Died: Chappe D'Auteroche, John an eminent French astronomer

“Anecdotes of Painters.” Chatterton, Thomas an English poet of singular genius and character

Died: Chaulnes, Albert Duke De a peer of France

Died: Clarke, Samuel son of the preceding

Died: Cooper, John Gilbert an English poet and miscellaneous writer

“Gospel Imitation of the Psalms of David, and other holy songs,” Cramer, John Andrew of another family

“Commentarii de Senatu Romano, sub iniperatoribus, &c.” Curtius, Michael Conrad professor of history and rhetoric at Marpurg

“Vox populi Vox Dei, lord Weymouth’s Appeal to the General Court of India Proprietors, considered, 14th August,” Dalrymple, Alexander an eminent hydrographer

Died: Davies, Sneyd the son of a physician who practised in Wales

Died: Eliott, George Augustus the gallant defender of Gibraltar

“Mechanics, or the doctrine of motion,” Emerson, William a very eminent mathematician

“A collection of Hymns, adapted to public Worship,” Evans, Caleb a dissenting minister of the baptist persuasion at Bristol (17371791)

“The Spanish military History,” Eximeno, Anthony a Spanish ex-jesuit

Died: Facciolati, James a learned Italian orator and grammarian

“An Essay on the medical virtues of Acids,” Farr, Samuel an eminent physician at Taunton

“An easy Introduction to Astronomy, for young gentlemen and ladies,” Ferguson, James an eminent experimental philosopher

Died: Ferrein, Anthony an eminent French anatomist and surgeon

Died: Gally, Henry an English divine

“Le Guide du Cavalier,” Garsault, Francis Alexander De was grandson of M. de Garsault

Died: Gellert, Christian Furchtegott an eminent German poet and moral writer

Died: Genovesi, Antony or

“Traité des differentes sortes de preuves qui servent à etablir la verite de l'Histoire,” Griffet, Henry a French writer of considerable reputation

“Delices des Pays Bas,” Griffet, Henry a French writer of considerable reputation

“Two Novels, in Letters, 4 vols. the first and second, entitled Delicate Distress, by Frances the third and fourth, entitled the Gordian Knot, by Henry,” Griffith, Elizabeth a lady once of some note a a writer of novels and plays

Died: Grose, Francis an eminent English antiquary

Died: Lightfoot, Jofln a distinguished botanist* was born at Newent

Died: Mansi, John Dominique a very learned Italian prelate

“Spiritual Letters,” Marin, Michael Angelo a writer of several romances or novels much esteemed in France

Died: Meadowcourt, Richard an English critic

“A Letter to the right rev. the Lord Bishop of Oxford, from the Master of the Temple, containing remarks upon some strictures made by his grace the late archbishop of Canterbury, in the rev. Mr. Merrick’s Annotations on the Psalms,” Merrick, James an English divine and poet

“Spicilegium Geographies Hebrseorum exterae, post Bochartum,” Michaelis, John David a celebrated biblical critic

“Paraphrase and Remarks on the Epistles of Paul to the Galatians, Ephesians, Colossians, Thessalonians, Titus, Timothy, and Philemon,” Michaelis, John David a celebrated biblical critic

“Du Charbon de terre et de ses Mines,” Morand, John Francis Clement son of the preceding

“On Microscopical, and the Generation of Organized Bodies,” Needham, John Tuberville a philosopher and divine of the Roman catholic persuasion

“Nomenclator Botanicus,” Oeder, George Christian an eminent botanist

“Memoirs of the Life, Character, and Writings of Dr. Doddridge.” Orton, Job an eminent divine among the dissenters

“An Enquiry into the present state of the Septuagint version of the Old Testament,” Owen, Henry a learned English divine

“Greek and English Lexicon,” Parkhurst, John a late learned divine and lexicographer

Died: Penrose, Thomas an English poet

“Journal Historique d'un Voyage faite aux iles Malouines, en 1763 et 1764,” Pernety, Anthony Joseph was born Feb. 15

“Tom Jones,” Reed, Joseph a dramatic and miscellaneous writer

“The History of the reign of the Emperor Charles V. with a View of the Progress of Society in Europe, from the subversion of the Roman Empire to the beginning of the sixteenth century,” Robertson, William one of the most illustrious names in modern literature

“Le Manuel des Enfans,” Sabbathier, Francis a learned French writer

“Les Saisons,” St. Lambert, Charles Francis De formerly a member of the French academy

“Anni tres Historico-naturales,” Scopoli, John Anthony an eminent naturalist

“The Romish Horseleech.” Staveley, Thomas, Esq. a learned gentleman

“Registrum Roffense, or a collection of ancient records, &c. necessary for illustrating the ecclesiastical history and antiquities of the diocese and cathedral church of Rochester, &c. by John Thorpe, late of Rochester, M. D, F. R. S. and published by his son John Thorpe, esq. A. M. F. S. A.” Thorpe, John son of the preceding

“The Church of England vindicated from the charge of Arminianism; and the case of Arminian Subscription particularly considered; in a Letter to the rev. Dr. Nowell,” Toplady, Augustus Montague a strenuous champion for the Calvinism of the church of England

“The Doctrine of absolute Predestination stated and asserted; with a preliminary discourse on the Divine Attributes: translated in great measure, from the Latin of Jerom Zanchius; with some account of his Life prefixed,” Toplady, Augustus Montague a strenuous champion for the Calvinism of the church of England

Died: Trew, Christopher James an eminent naturalist

Born: Tweddell, John an enterprizing scholar of uncommon talents and

“Examen historique du government de Sparte,” Vauvilliers, John Francis a French writer of considerable talents

“The Evidences of Christianity, deduced from Facts, and the Testimony of Sense, throughout all Ages of the Church, to the present Time. In a series of discourses, preached for the lecture founded by the hon. Robert Boyle, esq. in the parish-church of St. James, Westminster, in the years 1766, 1767, 1768; wherein is shewn, that, upon the whole, this is not a decaying, but a growing, Evidence,” Worthington, William a learned English divine

1770

“The Youth’s Geographical Grammar,” Addington, Stephen a dissenting clergyman

“Exposition sur le Cantique des Cantiques de Salomon,” Ansart, Andrew Joseph a French historian

“Anecdotes sur le famille de Le Fevre, de la branche d'Ormesson,” Anson, Peter Hubert a miscellaneous French writer

“Peregrinations of the Mind through the most general and interesting subjects which are usually agitated in life, by the Rationalist,” Baker, William a learned printer

Died: Barbazan, Stephen a French antiquary

“Miscellanea Sacra” Barrington, John Shute first lord viscount Harrington (16781734)

“Les deux amis,” Beaumarchais, Peter Augustin Caron De a French dramatic writer of modern celebrity

“Cour* d'histoire naturelle,” Beurieu, Gaspard Guillard De a French miscellaneous writer

“Elemens d'economie publique.” Beccaria, Bonesana Mauquis Cæsar a political writer of considerable note

“CEnologie, ou Traite de la vigne et des vins,” Beguillet, Edmund an advocate of the parliament of Dijon

“A physical description of the Earth,” Bergman, Sir Torbern a celebrated chemist and natural philosopher

“Case before the Privy Council,” Bernard, Sir Francis descended from an ancient and respectable family originally of Yorkshire

“Course of Mathematics for the Corps of Artillery,” Bezout, Stephen a celebrated French mathematician

Died: Bielfeld, James Frederick Baron De was born at Hamburgh March 31

Died: Bonamy, Peter-Nicholas a French antiquary and miscellaneous writer

“The Death of Legal Hope, the Life of Evangelical Obedience,” Booth, Abraham a pious and popular dissenting minister of the Baptist persuasion

Died: Boucher, Francis first painter to Louis XV. was born at Paris in 17u6

Died: Bouillet, John a French medical writer

“Appendix ad Opuscula;” Browne, Sir William a physician of the last century

“Discourses on the Parables and Miracles of Christ,” Bulkley, Charles a protestant dissenting minister

“The Free Enquirer;” Burgh, James a moral and political writer

Died: Collet, Peter a voluminous French divine

Died: Cotes, Francis an English artist

“Plan d'education publique,” Coyer, L'Abbé who was born at Baumeles-Nones in Franche-Comtt;

“Historical collection of South Sea Voyages,” Dalrymple, Alexander an eminent hydrographer

“Histoire des Maladies de Saint Domingue,” Desportes, John Baptist Rene' Pouppe'E physician to the king of France

Died: Ehret, George Dionysius an ingenious botanical painter

“The Lame Lover,” Foote, Samuel esq. called the English Aristophanes

“Supplement au journal d'AoCil 1768, ou examen du livre intitule*, Principes sur la liberte* du commerce des grains.” Forbonnois, Francis V'Eron De an eminent political and financial writer of France

“Orestes” Francklin, Thomas chaplain in ordinary to his majesty

“Letters to the hon. Mr. Justice Blackstone, concerning his exposition of the act of toleration, and some positions relative to religious liberty, in his Commentaries on the Laws of England,” Furneaux, Pmup a learned dissenting clergyman

“Nouveau parfait Marechal,” Garsault, Francis Alexander De was grandson of M. de Garsault

“Dramatic Censor,” Gentleman, Francis a dramatic and poetical writer of the minor order

Died: Gibbon, Edward an eminent English historian

“Archaeo* logia,” Gough, Richard the Camden of the eighteenth century

“Londres,” Grosley, Peter John a French antiquary and polite writer

“Chou-King,” Guignes, Joseph De an eminent oriental scholar in France

“Dramatic Genius,” Hiffernan, Paul a minor author of the last century

“Memoirs” Hollis, Thomas esq. of Corscombe in Dorsetshire; a gentleman whose “Memoirs.” have been printed in two splendid volumes (17201774)

“Timanthes,” Hoole, John a dramatic poet and translator

“Apollonii Pergaci inclinationum libri duo. Resthuebat S. Horsley,” Horsley, Samuel a very learned and highly distinguished prelate

Died: Jones, Henry a dramatic writer

“Confessional,” Jones, William a late venerable and pious divine of the church of England

“Orat. Graec.” Isæus a celebrated Grecian orator

Died: Lami, John an Italian ecclesiastic

“Plutarch” Langhorne, John an English poet and miscellaneous writer

“Theatre Espagnole,” Linguet, Simon Nicholas Henry a French advocate and political writer

Died: Long, Roger an English divine and astronomer

Died: Lyons, Israel son of a Polish Jew

Died: Macquer, Philip a French lawyer

“De Bergeries,” Marechal, Peter Sylvanus a miscellaneous French writer

“Supplices Mulieres,” Markland, Jeremiah one of the most learned critics of the eighteenth century

“Methode de Blason,” Menestrier, Claude Francis a Jesuit

Died: Moncrif, Francis Augustin Paradis De a member of the French academy

Died: Nollet, John Anthony a French abbe

“L'Art des Experiences,” Nollet, John Anthony a French abbe

“Miscellanea Argentoratensia,” Oberlin, Jeremiah James an eminent classical scholar

“Enumeratio Plantarum Florae Danicge,” Oeder, George Christian an eminent botanist

“Psalmorum aliquot Davidis Metaphrasis Graeca Joannis Serrani,” Okely, Francis a learned

Died: Parisot, Peter famous for his adventures

Died: Perceval, John second earl of Egmont

“A Sermon preached before the Sons of the Clergy at St. Paul’s.” Percy, Thomas a late learned prelate

Died: Ratte, Stephen Hyacinth De a French mathematician and astronomer

Died: Rolt, Richard an English historical and miscella* neous writer

Died: Ruddiman, Thomas a very eminent grammarian and critic

“Les Mceurs, coutumes et usages des anciens peuples, pour servir a l'education de la jeunesse,” Sabbathier, Francis a learned French writer

Died: Senac, John a distinguished French physician

“Double Falsehood,” Shakspeare was a considerable dealer in wool

“Voyage de France, d‘Espagne, de Portugal, et d’ltalie,” Silhouette, Stephen De a French writer

“Domestic Medicine,” Smellie, William a naturalist of some eminence

“Xenophon’s History of the Affairs of Greece,” Smith, William a learned English divine and translator

“De ratione novandi, et pururn reddendi aerem intra nosocornia carceresque,” Strack, Charles a very skilful German physician and writer

Died: Tartini, Joseph styled by Dr

“Delia vera Influenza,” Toaldo, Joseph a learned Italian meteorologist

“A Letter to the Rev. Mr. John Wesley, relative to his pretended abridgment of Zanchius on Predestination,” Toplady, Augustus Montague a strenuous champion for the Calvinism of the church of England

Died: Trublet, Nicholas Charles Joseph a French abb of temporary fame

“A friendly monitor to the hardened sinner,” Turner, Daniel a dissenting minister of the baptist persuasion

“Meditationes Algebraicae,” Waring, Edward Lucasian professor of mathematics in the university of Cambridge

“Theocritus,” Warton, Thomas the historian of English poetry

Died: Webb, Philip Carteret

1771

Died: Alt, Francis Joseph Nicholas Baron D' the descendant of an ancient patrician family of Fribourg in Swisserland

“Essays on Planting,” Anderson, James LL. D. an eminent agricultural writer

“Philologica observata,” Antiphanes one of the several ancient Greek comic poets of the same name mentioned by Suidas

“Etats formés en Europe apres la chute de l'empire Romain en Occident,” Anville, John-Baptiste Bourignon D' first geographer to the king of France

Died: Argens, John Baptiste De Boyer, Marquis D' one of those writers who contributed to the general desolation of government

“An extract from the case of the obligation of the electors of Eton college to supply all vacancies in that society with those who are or have been fellows of King’s college, Cambridge, so long as persons properly qualified are to be had within that description,” Ashton, Thomas an English divine

“A letter to the Rev. Dr. M. (Morell) on the question of electing aliens into the vacant places in Eton college. By the author of the Extract,” Ashton, Thomas an English divine

“The election of aliens into the vacancies in Eton college an unwarrantable practice. To which are now added, two letters to the Rev. Dr. Morell, in which the cavils of a writer in the General Evening Post, and others, are considered and refuted. Part I. By a late fellow of King’s college, Cambridge.” Ashton, Thomas an English divine

“Curious Discourses,” Ayloffe, Sir Joseph of Framfield in Sussex

“Historique et Litteraire,” Bachaumont, Louis Petit De a French miscellaneous writer

“The duty, circumstance, and benefits of Baptism, determined by evidence,” Barker, Thomas esq. the descendant of an ancient and respectable family at Lyndon in Rutlandshire

“Letlres Venitiennes,” Bastide, John Francis De La a very industrious French writer

“The four poetics, of Aristotle, of Horace, of Vida, and of Boileau,” Batteux, Charles professor of philosophy in the college royal

Died: Beaurain, John De an accurate military geographer

“Introduction generate a l'etude de la Politique, des Finances, et du Commerce,” Beausobre, Lewis perhaps of the same family with the preceding

“Experimenta quibus Electricitas Vindex late constituitur, &c.” Beccaria, John Baptist a monk of the EcolesPies

“Dissertation surTergot, ou ble cornu,” Beguillet, Edmund an advocate of the parliament of Dijon

Born: Bellet, Charles member of the academy of Montanban

“The History and Antiquities of the conventual and cathedral Church of Ely, from the foundation of the monastery, A. D. 675, to the year 1771, illustrated with copper-plates,” Bentham, James prebendary of Ely

“the standard of true elegance,” Berenger, Richard esq. many years gentleman of the horse to his majesty

“Examen du Materialisme, ou refutation du systeme de la Nature,” Bergier, Nicolas Sylvester a French writer of considerable note

“Synopsis of the Natural History of Great Britain, &c.” Berkenhout, Dr. John an English miscellaneous writer

Born: Bichat, Maria-Francis-Xavier a very celebrated French physician

“History of Birds” Buffon, George Louis Le Clerc, Count Of the most eminent French naturalist of the eighteenth century

“De Vita et moribus Johannis Burtoni,” Burton, John a learned divine

Died: Burton, John an eminent antiquary

“Coelestes et Inferi,” Calvert, Frederick

“On the Spirit of the Gospel,” Campbell, George a very learned divine of the church of Scotland

“Analects in prose and verse,” Carey, George Savile son of the above

“Les Odes Pithiques de Pindare,” Chabanon, De a French writer of eminence in polite literature

“Cole of Milton.” Cole, William an eminent antiquary and benefactor to the history and antiquities of England

“The shape, skeleton, and foliage of thirty-two species of Trees,” Cozens, Alexander a Russian by birth

“Luther,” Cramer, John Andrew of another family

“Instructions for collecting and preserving Insects; particularly Moths and Butterflies, illustrated with a copper plate,” Curtis, William an eminent botanist

“A Plan for extending the commerce, &c.” Dalrymple, Alexander an eminent hydrographer

“Plan for extending the Commerce of this Kingdom, and of the East India Company, by an Establishment at Balambangan,” Dalrymple, Alexander an eminent hydrographer

“Proposition of a benevolent Voyage to introduce Corn, &c. into New Zealand,” Dalrymple, Alexander an eminent hydrographer

“A Letter to sir Robert Ladbroke, &,c. on the confinement of Criminals in separate apartments,” Denne, Samuel youngest son of the preceding

“Sermons on the duties of the great,” Dodd, Dr. William an ingenious divine

“Infancy,” Downman, Hugh an ingenious physician and poet

Died: Duncan, Adam, Lord Viscount an illustrious naval officer

“Huetiana,” Duncombe, John was born 1730

Died: Estrees, Louis Cæsar, Duke D' marshal of France

“Observations philosophiques sur le systeme de Newton, le mouvement de la terre, et la pluralite des mondes,” Feller, Francis Xavier De an ex-jesuit

“La Science des Notaires,” Ferrier, Claude De a learned French civilian

“and Miscellanies, were published at Cambridge in 1633, 4to. The only part that has been correctly reprinted is the ''Piscatory Eclogues,” Fletcher, Giles brother to bishop Fletcher

“The Cozeners,” Foote, Samuel esq. called the English Aristophanes

“Antiqnitates Sarisburienses,” Fotherby, Martin younger brother of the rev

“Chou King,” Gaubil, Antony one of the French missionaries in China

“Adversariorum varii argument! Liber unus,” Gaubius, Jerome David an eminent German physician

Died: Grey, Dr. Richard an ingenious and learned English divine

“Journal Encyclopedique,” Grosley, Peter John a French antiquary and polite writer

Died: Guyon, Marie-Claude a French historian

Died: Helvetius, Claude Adrian the most remarkable of this family

“The History of sir William Harrington,” Hull, Thomas a late dramatic and miscellaneous writer

“the Natural History of the Human Teeth,” Hunter, John younger brother of Dr

“Labour and Genius.” Jago, Richard an English poet

“Character of prince William Adolphus of Brunswick,” Jerusalem, John-Frederick William an eminent German divine

Died: Kirby, John Joshua eminent for his talents in perspective

Died: Klotz, Christian Adolphus an eminent German critic

“On the Diseases of the Army,” Larcher, Peter Henry an eminent French scholar and translator

“The Trial of farmer Carter’s Dog Porter, for murder,” Long, Edward author of a valuable History of Jamaica

Died: Mairan, John James D'Ortous De a French philosopher

“Le Temple de Hymen,” Marechal, Peter Sylvanus a miscellaneous French writer

Died: Martin, Thomas an English antiquary

Died: Mazochi, Alexius Symmachus an Italian philologer and antiquary

Died: Meerman, Gerard a very learned lawyer and pensionary of Rotterdam was born at Leyden in 1722; of his early history

“Grammatica Chaldaica,” Michaelis, John David a celebrated biblical critic

Died: Mitchell, Sir Andrew knight of the bath

“Ad scriptores rerum Itahcarum Cl. Mnratorii accessiones historicge Faventinae,” Mittarelli, John Benedict a learned monk and historian of the order of the Camaldoli

Died: Morgagni, John Baptist an eminent pbysiciain and anatomist

“Thoughts on the Means of improving Watches, and particularly those for the use of the Sea.” Mudge, Thomas an eminent mechanist

“Accessiones ad script, rerum Italic.” Muratori, Lewis Anthony a learned Italian antiquary

“Religious Exercises recommended: or, Discourses on the Heavenly State, considered under the Idea of a Sabbath.” Orton, Job an eminent divine among the dissenters

“Prolusiones,” Palaprat, John seigneur de Bigot

“The Genealogy of Jesus Christ, in Matthew and Luke, explained; and ttie Jewish Objections removed,” Parry, Richard rector of Wichampton in Dorsetshire

Died: Pemberton, Henry a learned physician

Died: Petty, William descendant of the preceding

Died: Pitot, Henry an ingenious mathematician

Died: Potter, John archbishop of Canterbury (16741747)

“The Triumph of Fashion, a vision,” Pye, Henry James a late English poet

Died: Richardson

“The Walk of Faith,” Romaine, William an English divine and writer of great popularity

Died: Rowning, John an ingenious English mathematician and philosopher

“Elementary Demonstrations of Botany,” Rozier, Francis an eminent agricultural writer

Died: Rutherforth, Thomas an ingenious philosopher and divine

Died: Sandeman, Robert from whom a religious sect is generally named

“History of Norway from the foundation of the kingdom till the time of Harold Haarfager,” Schonning, Gerrard a learned Norwegian

“Remarks on the Encroachments on the Riyer Thames, near Durham Yard,” Sharp, Granville eminent as a Christian

Died: Shaw, Cuthbert an ingenious poet

“Antiquities of Greece” Stockdale, Percival a miscellaneous writer of some learning

“Vera Christiana religio,” Swedenborg, Emanuel a Swedish enthusiast

“Free Thoughts on the projected Application to Parliament for the Abolition of Ecclesiastical Subscriptions,” Toplady, Augustus Montague a strenuous champion for the Calvinism of the church of England

“An Introduction to rhetoric,” Turner, Daniel a dissenting minister of the baptist persuasion

Born: Wood, Robert a polite scholar (17161771)

Died: Yriarte, Juan De a learned and laborious Spanish writer

1772

Died: Achard, Anthony a learned Prussian divine

“Glossarium manuale ad scriptores medii et infimae Latinitatis,” Adelung, John Christopher a learned German grammarian (?–1806)

“Letter to the earl of Bute,” Almon, John a bookseller

“The Chinese Military Art,” Amiot, Father one of the most learned French missionaries in China

“Histoire de S. Maur, abbé de Glanfeuil,” Ansart, Andrew Joseph a French historian

“L'empire Turc considéré dans son etablissment et ses accroissemens,” Anville, John-Baptiste Bourignon D' first geographer to the king of France

“L'empire de Russie, considéré dans son origine et ses accroissemens,” Anville, John-Baptiste Bourignon D' first geographer to the king of France

Died: Aquino, Louis Claude De a celebrated French musician

“L‘Histoire ancienne des peuples de l’Europe par de Buat,” Arnaud, Francis a French miscellaneous writer of considerable note

Died: Bagard, Charles an eminent French physician

“Indices Tres,” Baker, William a learned printer

“Observations on Church Authority.” Balguy, Thomas son of the above

Born: Barral, Abbe Peter born at Grenoble

“Electricismo artificiale,” Beccaria, John Baptist a monk of the EcolesPies

“History of Embanking,” Bell, Beaupre an English antiquary

Died: Bellin, Nicholas geographical engineer of the marine

“Some historical account of Guinea, with an enquiry into the rise and progress of the Slave Trade, its nature, and lamentable effects,” Benezet, Anthony an American philanthropist

“Riflessioni sur Gesuitismo,” Benvenuti, Charles an Italian Jesuit

“Histoire de Geneve, depuis son origine jusqu'a nos jours,” Berenger, John Peter a French miscellaneous writer

“Recueil pour les Astronomes,” Bernoulli, John the grandson of the preceding John

Died: Bidermann, John Theophilus a very learned and voluminous German writer

Died: Bleterie, John Philip Rene De La was born at Rennes

“Architecture Francaise,” Blondel, James Francis nephew of the preceding

“The Freeholder,” Boyd, Hugh a writer who would scarcely have deserved notice

“Corrections in verse, from the father of the college, on son Cadogan’s Gout dissertation; containing false physic, false logic, false philosophy,” Browne, Sir William a physician of the last century

“Speech to the Royal Society,” Browne, Sir William a physician of the last century

“Analecta veterum Poetarum Graecorum,” Brunck, Richard Francis Frederick a celebrated Greek scholar and critic

“L‘Histoire ancienne des peuples de l’Europe,” Buat-Nancay, Louis Gabriel Du chevalier and count of Nanay

“Heche rches sur l‘Histoire d’Allemagne,” Buat-Nancay, Louis Gabriel Du chevalier and count of Nanay

“Introduction to the law relative to Trials at Nisi Prius,” Buller, Sir Francis a judge of the court of king’s-bench and common-pleas

Died: Camus, Antony Le a French physician

“Remarks on Gibbon’s Roman History,” Chelsum, James a learned divine of the church of England

Born: Cottin, Sophia De a French lady of considerable talents

“Thoughts onour acquisitions in the East Indies, particularly respecting Bengal,” Dalrymple, Alexander an eminent hydrographer

“General View of the East India Company’s Affairs (written in January 1769), to which are added some Observations on the present State of the Company’s Affairs,” Dalrymple, Alexander an eminent hydrographer

“Experiences sur la Bile, et les cadavres des pestiferes, faites par M. D.; accompagnees des Lettres, &c.” Deidier, Anthony a voluminous writer on almost every branch of medicine

“History and Antiquities of Rochester,” Denne, Samuel youngest son of the preceding

Died: Duclos, Charles Dineau born at Dinant in Bretagne

“Confusion worse confounded Rout on Rout or the bishop of Gloucester’s Commentary upon Rice or Arise Evans’s Echo from Heaven, examined and exposed. By Indignatio,” Evans, Arise was a Welch conjuror

“An address to the serious and candid professors of Christianity,” Evans, Caleb a dissenting minister of the baptist persuasion at Bristol (17371791)

“The Love of our Country, with historical notes,” Evans, Evan a Welch divine and poet

“Des litres primitifs de la revelation, ou, considerations critiques sur la purete* et I‘integrit6 du texte original des livres saints de l’Ancien Testament,” Fabricy, Gabriel a French Dominican

“Aphorismi de Marasmo, ex summis medicis collecti,” Farr, Samuel an eminent physician at Taunton

“Astronomy x explained upon sir Isaac Newton’s principles,” Ferguson, James an eminent experimental philosopher

“Lectures on select subjects in Mechanics, Hydrostatics, Pneumatics, and Optics,” Ferguson, James an eminent experimental philosopher

Died: Florez, Henry a Spanish Augustine

“The Nabpb,” Foote, Samuel esq. called the English Aristophanes

“The Bankrupt,” Foote, Samuel esq. called the English Aristophanes

Died: Frezier

“Second Persian Journey,” Gmelin, Samuel Gottlieb nephew to the preceding

Died: Græme, John a young man of Scotland whose genius and learning have been most injudiciously heightened

“Bibliotheque ecclesiastique,” Guyon, Marie-Claude a French historian

“Observations on Mount Vesuvius, Mount Etna, and other Volcanoes of the Two Sicilies,” Hamilton, Sir William a gentleman of great eminence in the literary and political world

“On the origin of Language,” Herder, John Gottfried a German philosopher of the new school

“Genuine Letters from a gentleman to a young lady his pupil,” Hull, Thomas a late dramatic and miscellaneous writer

Died: Jebb, Samuel, M. D. a native of Nottingham

“Hamlet,” Jennens, Charles, Esq. a gentleman of considerable fortune at Gopsal

“Reflections on the Negro Cause,” Long, Edward author of a valuable History of Jamaica

“A comment on the Thirty-nine Articles,” Madan, Martin a celebrated preacher and writer

“Memoirs of Russia,” Manstein, Christopher Herman De a celebrated Russian officer and writer

“Eifnda” Mason, William a distinguished poet and divine of the last century

“Journal,” Morland, Sir Samuel, Bart. a man of very considerable celebrity in his day

“Journal of the Swedish Embassy in 1653 and 1654,” Morton, Charles a learned physician and antiquary

Died: North, George an English antiquary

Died: Nugent, Thomas a miscellaneous writer and translator of the last century

“The Joineriana or, The Book of Scraps,” Paterson, Samuel a gentleman who deserves honourable notice in the literary history of his country

“An assemblage of coins fabricated by authority of the archbishops of Canterbury. To which are subjoined two Dissertations,” Pegge, Samuel an eminent and laborious antiquary

“Fitz-Stephen’s Description of the city of London,” Pegge, Samuel an eminent and laborious antiquary

“Tour in Scotland,” Pennant, Thomas an eminent traveller

“An Account of the Method of obtaining a perfect or radical Cure of the Hydrocele, or Watry Rupture, by means of a seton,” Pott, Percival an English surgeon of the highest eminence (17131788)

“Considerations on the indignity suffered by the Crown, and dishonour brought upon the Nation, by the Marriage of his Royal Highness the Duke of Cumberland with an English subject,” Pownall, Thomas a gentleman of considerable learning and political knowledge

“Observations on different kinds of Air,” Pringle, Sir John baronet (17071782)

“Academical Discourses” Rezzonico, Anthony Joseph, Count an excellent scholar

“La Morale evangelique, comparée à celle des differentes sectes de religion et de philosophie,” Rose, John Baptist a worthy French priest

“Natural History of the county of Dublin.” Rutty, John a medical observer and writer of very considerable learning

“An Essay towards a Natural History of the County of Dublin,” Rutty, John a medical observer and writer of very considerable learning

“Sermons” Sharpe, Gregory master of the Temple

“Gent. Mag.” Spence, Joseph an English divine

“De coiica pictonum,” Strack, Charles a very skilful German physician and writer

Died: Swedenborg, Emanuel a Swedish enthusiast

Died: Toussaint, Francis Vincent a French writer

Died: Usher, James an ingenious writer

“Essai sur Pindare,” Vauvilliers, John Francis a French writer of considerable talents

“Proprietates Algebraicarum Curvarum,” Waring, Edward Lucasian professor of mathematics in the university of Cambridge

Died: Wilkie, William a Scotch poet of some fame in his day

Died: Wilson, Bernard an English divine and writer

1773

Died: Ballyet, Emmanuel a French antiquary

Died: Bardwell, Thomas was an English artist of the last century

“The Naturalist’s Calendar,” Barrington, The Hon. Daines fourth son of the preceding

“A new and literal translation from the original Hebrew of the pentateuch of Moses, and of the historical books of the Old Testament, to the end of the second book of Kings, with notes critical and explanatory,” Bate, Julius an English divine of the Hutchinsonian principles

Died: Beaumelle, Laurence Angliviel De La a French writer of some note

Died: Berger, Theodore professor of law and history at Cobourg

“Eclaircissements sur l'invention des nouvelles machines proposees pour la determination des longitudes en mer, par la mesure du tempe,” Berthoud, Ferdinand an eminent French marine clock-maker

“Traite des horologes marines,” Berthoud, Ferdinand an eminent French marine clock-maker

“Histoire sommaire de la ville de Bayeux,” Besiers, Michael a canon of St

“Systeme de la Fermentation,” Bexon, Gabriel-Leopold-Charles-Ame' a French miscellaneous writer

“Catechisme d'Agriculture, ou Bibliotheque des gens de la campagne,” Bexon, Gabriel-Leopold-Charles-Ame' a French miscellaneous writer

“Oraison funebre d'Anne Charlotte de Lorraine, abbesse de Remiremont,” Bexon, Gabriel-Leopold-Charles-Ame' a French miscellaneous writer

Died: Block, George Castaneus bishop of Ripen

“Chirurgical Cases and Observations,” Bromfield, Sir William an eminent English surgeon

“Elogy and address,” Browne, Sir William a physician of the last century

“Introduction a Tetude des corps naturels, tirés du regne vegetal,” Bucquet, John Baptist Michel an eminent French physician

“Origin and Progress of Language,” Burnett, James lord Monboddo

Died: Butler, Alban author of the “Lives of the Saints

Died: Chamousset, Charles Humbert Piarron De was born at Paris in 1717

“A treatise on Education,” Chapman, George LL. D. a learned schoolmaster in Scotland

“Remarks” Chelsum, James a learned divine of the church of England

“Voyage d‘ltalie, ou Recueil d’ observations sur les ouvrages d‘architecture, de peinture, et de sculpture, que l’on voit dans les principales villes d'ltalie,” Cochin, Charles Nicholas son of the preceding artist

“the luminary of the Caledonian regions, whence savage clans and roving barbarians derived the benefits of knowledge, and the blessings of religion,” Columba, St. renowned in Scotch history as the founder of a monastery at Icolmkill

Died: Commerson, Philibert doctor of physic

“Eight Discourses,” Cowper, Spencer was the second son of the lord high chancellor Cowper

Died: Cracherode, Clayton Mordaunt an eminent benefactor to the taste

“Rights of the East India Company.” Dalrymple, Alexander an eminent hydrographer

“Letter to Dr. Hawkesworth,” Dalrymple, Alexander an eminent hydrographer

“Observations on Dr. Hawkesworth’s Preface to 2d edition,” Dalrymple, Alexander an eminent hydrographer

“Memorial of Doctor Juan Louis Arias (in Spanish),” Dalrymple, Alexander an eminent hydrographer

“Reflexions d'un ingenieur, en reponse a un tacticien,” Darci

“Nosce Teipsum,” Davies, Sir John a poet and statesman

“The Dying Negro,” Day, Thomas a poetical and miscellaneous writer

“Enleitung zur BergBaukurst, &c.” Delius, Christopehr Traugott a learned German mineralogist

“Histoire de la vie et des exploits militaires de madame de St. Balmont,” Desbillons, Francis Joseph Terrasse an elegant Latin poet

Born: Draper, Sir William lieutenant-general and K. B. was educated at Eton

“Letters from Italy; by the late right-hon. John earl of Corke and Orrery, with notes,” Duncombe, John was born 1730

“Explications des quelques Medailles de peuple, de villes, et des rois Grecques et Pheniciennes,” Dutens, Lewis a gentleman of considerable literary and political knowledge

Died: Edwards, George an eminent English naturalist

“Supplement aux Reveries du marechal de Saxe,” Espagnac, John Baptist Joseph De Sahuguet Damarzil, Baron D' a writer on military affairs

“Genuine Protestantism, or the unalienable Rights of Conscience defended: in opposition to the late and new mode of Subscription proposed by some dissenting ministers, in three Letters to Mr. Pickard,” Fell, John a dissenting minister of considerable learning

“Select Mechanical Exercises, with a short account of the life of the author, by himself,” Ferguson, James an eminent experimental philosopher

Died: Francis, Philip an English clergyman

Died: Ganganelli, John Vincent Antony who was elevated to the popedom by the name of Clement XIV. was the son of a physician

“Le monde primitif” Gebelin, Anthony Court De an eminent French writer of the last century

Born: Girtin, Thomas an ingenious young landscapepainter

Died: Glass, John a Scotch clergyman

Died: Gravelot, Henry Francis Bourignon a French artist

Died: Gunner, John Ernest a German prelate and naturalist

“General History of the Science and Practice of Music,” Hawkins, Sir John a recent English writer

Died: Horbery, Matthew a learned English divine

“Macbeth,” Jennens, Charles, Esq. a gentleman of considerable fortune at Gopsal

“Letters on the Mosaic Religion and Philosophy,” Jerusalem, John-Frederick William an eminent German divine

Died: Juan, Don George a learned Spanish mathematician

Died: Leake, Stephen Martin a herald and antiquary

Died: Ludwig, Christian Theophilus a botanical writer

“The Iliad of Homer” Macpherson, James an author whose fame rests chiefly on his being the editor of Ossian’s poems

“De Senectute,” Melmoth, William son of the above

“Jewish Socrates.” Mendelsohn, Moses a Jewish philosophical writer

Died: Morand, Sauveur Francis a French surgeon

“Jungendorum marium fluminumque omnis sevi molimina.” Oberlin, Jeremiah James an eminent classical scholar

“Thevintent and propriety of the Scripture Miracles considered and explained, in a series of Sermons preached at Bow, in 1769, 1770, and 1771, at Boyle’s Lecture,” Owen, Henry a learned English divine

“Prayers for the use of families and persons in private; with a preface, containing a brief view of the argument for prayer,” Palmer, John a dissenting writer of the last century

“Essays medical and experimental.” Percival, Thomas an eminent physician

“Letters,” Russel, Lord William the third son of the preceding

Died: Schultens, Henry Alp.Ert was born Feb. 15

“Remarks on the Opinions of some of the most celebrated writers on Crown Law, respecting the due distinction between Manslaughter and Murder; being an attempt to shew tiiat the plea of sudden anger cannot remove the imputation and guilt of murder, when a mortal wound is wilfully given with a weapon: that the indulgence allowed by the courts to voluntary manslaughter in rencounters, and in sudden affrays and duels, is indiscriminate, and without foundation in law: and that impunity in such cases of voluntary manslaughter is one of the principal causes of the continuance and present increase of the base and disgraceful practice of duelling. To which are added, some thoughts on the particular case of the gentlemen of the army, when involved in such disagreeable private differences. With a prefatory address to the reader, concerning the depravity and folly of modern men of honour, falsely so called; including a short account of the principles and designs of the work,” Sharp, Granville eminent as a Christian

Died: Solignac, Peter Joseph De La Pimpie, Chevalier Of was born at Montpellier in 16S7

“Johnson and Steevens’s edition,” Steevens, Geokge a celebrated commentator on the works of Shakspeare

“Essai sur les Eloges,” Thomas, Antony, Leonard a member of the French academy

“Meteorological Journal,” Toaldo, Joseph a learned Italian meteorologist

“Emendationes.” Toup, Jonathan a very eminent critic

Died: Wagenaar, John a Dutch historian

“Meditationes A nalyticoe,” Waring, Edward Lucasian professor of mathematics in the university of Cambridge

“The Scripture Theory of the Earth, throughout all its Revolutions, and all the periods of its existence, from the creation to the final renovation of all things; being a sequel to the Essay on Redemption, and an illustration of the principles on which it is written,” Worthington, William a learned English divine

“Air-pump, &c.” Wright, Joseph commonly called Wright of Derby (?–1797)

1774

“Grammatical and Critical Dictionary,” Adelung, John Christopher a learned German grammarian (?–1806)

“Mernoires Militaires des Grecs et des Remains,” Africanus, Junus a Christian historian

“Observations d‘un citoyen sur le nouveau plan d’impositions,” Albon, Claude Camille, Francois Count D' a descendant of the preceding

“Œuvres diverses, lues le jour de sa reception a l'academie de Lyon,” Albon, Claude Camille, Francois Count D' a descendant of the preceding

“An Address and Queries to the public, relative to the compiling a complete Civil and Ecclesiastical History of the ancient and present state of the County Palatine of Durham,” Allan, George esq. an English antiquary

“An account of the occasion and design of the positive Institutions of Christianity, extracted from the Scriptures only,” Amner, Richard a dissenting divine

Died: Askew, Anthony an excellent scholar and promoter of literature

Died: Astle, Thomas an eminent English antiquary

“A treatise on the Diseases of the Army,” Baldinger, Ernest Gottfried an eminent German physician

Died: Ballexserd, N. James citizen of Geneva

“Le Champ de Drap d'Or” Basire, James an eminent English engraver

“The Antiquities of Richborough and Reculver, abridged from the Latin of Mr. Archdeacon Battely,” Battely, Dr. John an English antiquary

“Memoires centre les sieurs de Goetznian, La Blache, Marin d'Arnaud,” Beaumarchais, Peter Augustin Caron De a French dramatic writer of modern celebrity

“Select Letters,” Bernard, Sir Francis descended from an ancient and respectable family originally of Yorkshire

“Observations on the more ready Freezing of water that has been boiled,” Black, Joseph one of the most eminent chemical philosophers of the last century

“An essay on Romance,” Blankenburg, Christian Frederic De a German writer of some note

“Treatise on the waters of Pyrmont,” Bloch, Mark Eliezer an eminent naturalist

Died: Blondel, James Francis nephew of the preceding

“Memoires sur le danger des Caustiques pour la cure radicale des Hernies,” Bordenave, Toussaint regius professor and director of the academy of surgery

“Select Discourses 1. Of the Correspondence of the Hebrew months with the Julian, from the Latin of Professor Michaelis. 2. Of the Sabbatical years, from the same. 3. Of the years of Jubilee; from an anonymous writer, in Masson’s Histoire Critique de la Republique des Lettres.” Bowyer, William the most learned English printer of whom we have any account

“Juliet Grenville,” Brooke, Henry an amiable and ingenious writer

“A Proposal on our Coin, to remedy all present, and prevent all future disorders. To which are prefixed, preceding proposals of sir John Barnard, and of William Shirley, esq. on the same subject. With remarks,” Browne, Sir William a physician of the last century

“Catechetical Exercises,” Bulkley, Charles a protestant dissenting minister

“Political Disquisitions.” Burgh, James a moral and political writer

“Poematum Libri Quatuor,” Burman, Peter called the second

“State papers and letters addressed to William Carstares, confidential secretary to king William during the whole of his reign, afterwards principal of the university of Edinburgh, relating to public affairs in Great Britain, but more particularly in Scotland, during the reign of king William and queen Anne; to which is prefixed the life of Mr. Carstares, published from the originals by Joseph M'Connick, D. D. minister at Preston-pans,” Carstares, William a political character of considerable fame in Scotland

Died: Christie, William probably a relation of the preceding

Died: Coudrette, Christopher a French Jesuit

“A full and clear proof that the Spaniards have no right to Balambangan,” Dalrymple, Alexander an eminent hydrographer

“Correspondanee sur Part de la Guerre entre un colonel de dragons et un capitaine d'infanterie,” Darci

Died: De Vergy, Peter Henry Treyssac a French adventurer

“analytique des mouvemens apparens des corps celestes,” Dionis Du Sejour, Achilles Peter one of the first French astronomers of the last century

Died: Dupre De St. Maur, Nicholas Francis master of the accounts at Paris

Died: Evans, Caleb a dissenting minister of the baptist persuasion at Bristol (17371791)

“Shakspeare’s Poems,” Evans, Thomas a bookseller of London

“A Fourth Letter to Mr. Pickard on genuine Protestantism; being a full Reply to the rev. Mr. Toulmin’s Defence of the Dissenters’ new mode of Subscription,” Fell, John a dissenting minister of considerable learning

“The justice and utility of Penal Laws for the Direction of Conscience examined; in reference to the Dissenters’ late application to parliament. Addressed to a member of the house of commons,” Fell, John a dissenting minister of considerable learning

Died: Fergusson, Robert who at an early period of life obtained a considerable degree of celebrity as a Scotch poet

“Riflessioni Politiche sull' ultima legge Sovrana, che riguarda ramministrazione della giustizia,” Filangieri, Gaetano a celebrated Italian political writer

Died: Fox, Henry

“Journal des beaux arts,” Gaucher, Charles Stephen a French engraver and man of letters

Died: Gilchrist, Ebenezer a Scotch physician of eminence

“Paride ed Helena;” Gluck, Christopher a musical composer of great originality

“Observations de deux gentil-hommes Stiedou sur l'Italie,” Grosley, Peter John a French antiquary and polite writer

“Bibl. Chirurgica,” Haller, Albert De one of the most eminent physicians and philosophers of the eighteenth century

“Bibl. Anatomica,” Haller, Albert De one of the most eminent physicians and philosophers of the eighteenth century

“Analysis of the Roman Civil Law compared with the Laws of England, being the heads of a course of lectures publicly read in the university of Cambridge,” Hallifax, Samuel a learned English prelate

“An historical Account of all the Voyages round the world, performed by English navigators,” Henry, David an ingenious printer

“Oldest Notices of the Origin of Mankind,” Herder, John Gottfried a German philosopher of the new school

“The Philosophic Whim,” Hiffernan, Paul a minor author of the last century

“Richard Plantagenet,” Hull, Thomas a late dramatic and miscellaneous writer

Died: Hunt, Thomas a learned Hebraist

“Voyages Metallurgiques, ou Recherches et Observations sur les Mines et Forges de Fer, la Fabrication de l'Acier, celle du Ferblanc, et plusieurs Mines de Charbon de Terre, &c.” Jars, Gabriel a French mineralogist (?–1769)

Died: Jenner, Charles a poetical and miscellaneous writer

“The History of Arbases, prince of Betlis,” Johnston, Charles author of <c Chrysal

Died: Jomelli, Nicolo one of the most intelligent

“Clementina.” Kelly, Hugh a dramatic and miscellaneous writer

“The Country Justice,” Langhorne, John an English poet and miscellaneous writer

“Practical Observations on Child-bed Fever;” Leake, John an English physician and writer

“Choix-de poesies de Petrarque,” Levesque, Peter Charles a learned French writer

“Du plusheureux gouvernment,” Linguet, Simon Nicholas Henry a French advocate and political writer

“History of Jamaica,” Long, Edward author of a valuable History of Jamaica

“The Sentimental Exhibition, or Portraits and Sketches of the Times,” Long, Edward author of a valuable History of Jamaica

Died: Malone, Edmond a gentleman of great literary research

“Essemplare o sia Saggio di Contrappunto,” Martini, John-Baptist known all over Europe by the name of Padre Martini

“Short view of the History of the New- England Colonies.” Mauduit, Israel a person of some celebrity in his time

“The Origin of Printing, in tsvo Essays, 1. The substance of Dr. Middleton’s Dissertation on the origin of printing in England. 2. Mr. Meerman’s account of the first invention of the art,” Meerman, Gerard a very learned lawyer and pensionary of Rotterdam was born at Leyden in 1722; of his early history

“Discourses to the Aged.” Orton, Job an eminent divine among the dissenters

“Newmarket, or an Essay on the Turf,” Parsons, Philip an English divine

“Astronomic Doubts, a pamphlet,” Parsons, Philip an English divine

“Observations and Experiments on the Poison of Lead,” Percival, Thomas an eminent physician

“Plutarch’s Lives,” Pompei, Jerome an Italian poet and a man of letters

“The high price of Bread,” Pownall, Thomas a gentleman of considerable learning and political knowledge

“Faringdon Hill, a poem in two books,” Pye, Henry James a late English poet

Died: Quesnay, Francis a celebrated French physician

Died: Ravenet, Simon Francis an engraver

Died: Reiske, John James an extraordinary scholar

Died: Rooker, Michael an honorary name given him by Paul Sandby

“Select Fables from Gulistan, or the Bed of Roses, translated from the original Persian of Sadi,” Sadi a celebrated Persian poet and moralist

Died: Scott, Daniel a dissenting minister

“The regal and ecclesiastical Antiquities of England,” Strutt, Joseph an ingenious artist

“Sullivan’s Lectures on the Constitution of England,” Stuart, Gilbert a Scottish historian

Died: Stukeley, William an antiquary of much celebrity

Died: Thomas, John bishop of Rochester

Died: Tindal, Nicholas nephew to the preceding

“Historical Proof of the Doctrinal Calvinism of the Church of England,” Toplady, Augustus Montague a strenuous champion for the Calvinism of the church of England

“The History of Furness,” West, Thomas the ingenious author of “The History of Furness

1775

“Traites elementaires du Calcul differentiel et du Calcul integral,” Agnesi, Maria Cajetana an Italian lady of great learning

“Eloge de Quesnoy,” Albon, Claude Camille, Francois Count D' a descendant of the preceding

Died: Amort, Eusebius a canon regular of the order of St

“Contes mis en vers par un petit cousin de Rabelais,” Aquino De Chateau Lyon, Peter Louis son of the preceding

Died: Ashton, Thomas an English divine

“Les Oracles de Cos,” Aubry, John Francis a French physician

“Discourses on Education, delivered in the Royal college at Rouen, to which are subjoined, Reflections upon Friendship,” Auger, Athanasius a distinguished French critic

“Letters and Journals, carefully transcribed by Robert Aiken containing an impartial account of public transactions, civil, ecclesiastical, and military, both in England and Scotland, from 1637 to 1662 a period, perhaps, the most remarkable that is to be met with in the British History. With an Account of the Author’s life, prefixed and a Glossary annexed,” Baillie, Robert an eminent Presbyterian divine of the seventeenth century

“Remarks on Dr. Balguy’s Sermon, in a letter to that gentleman, by one of the petitioning clergy.” Balguy, Thomas son of the above

“Tracts on the probability of reaching the North Pole,” Barrington, The Hon. Daines fourth son of the preceding

“Bibliotheque universelle des Romans,” Bastide, John Francis De La a very industrious French writer

Died: Bate, James elder brother of the preceding

“Le Barbier de Seville,” Beaumarchais, Peter Augustin Caron De a French dramatic writer of modern celebrity

“Commentaire sur la Henriade,” Beaumelle, Laurence Angliviel De La a French writer of some note

“Varletes Litteraires,” Beurieu, Gaspard Guillard De a French miscellaneous writer

“New Magazine of Police, &c.” Bergius, John Henry Louis a German writer

Died: Bernard, Peter Joseph a French poet

“Pygmalion” Berquin, Arnaud a miscellaneous French writer

“Les longitudes par la mesure du temps,” Berthoud, Ferdinand an eminent French marine clock-maker

“Morale de l'Evangile,” Bertrand, Elias an ingenious Swiss writer

Died: Bianchi, John an Italian naturalist

Died: Bignicourt, Simon De a counsellor of the presklial of Rheims

“Guillaume de Nassau,” Bitaube', Paul Jeremiah a French poet and miscellaneous writer

“Recherches sur les maladies chroniques, leur rapports avec les maladies aigues,” Bordeu, Francis brother to Theophilus

“On Illicit Love; written among the Ruins of Godstow Nunnery,” Brand, John secretary to the society of antiquaries

“A Supplement to the Stemmata,” Buckler, Benjamin a learned and ingenious English clergyman and antiquary

“Travels through the middle settlements in North America in the years 1759 and 1760, with observations upon the state of the colonies,” Burnaby, Andrew archdeacon of Leicester and vicar of Greenwich

Died: Capperonnier, John nephew of the preceding

“Memoires pour servir a la Vie de Catinat,” Cato, Marcu Portius the censor

“Vie de Dante,” Chabanon, De a French writer of eminence in polite literature

“Sabinus,” Chabanon, De a French writer of eminence in polite literature

“Epitre sur la manie des jardins Anglois,” Chabanon, De a French writer of eminence in polite literature

“Canterbury Tales” Chaucer, Jeffery styled the Father of English poetry

Died: Collingwood, Cuthbert, Lord a brave and excellent English admiral

“Travels in Italy and Holland,” Coyer, L'Abbé who was born at Baumeles-Nones in Franche-Comtt;

“Lexicon Ægyptiaco-Latinum,” Croze, Mathuiun Veyssiere La a learned French writer

“An historical relation of the several Expeditions, from Fort Marlbro' to the Islands off the West Coast of Sumatra,” Dalrymple, Alexander an eminent hydrographer

Died: De Missy, Cæsar a man greatly distinguished in the learned world

“Loisirs du Chevalier D'Eon,” Denton, William the youngest son of sir T

Born: Dermody, Thomas a young man who acquired a short-lived reputation as a poet

Died: Durell, David a learned divine

“Buckingham’s Works,” Evans, Thomas a bookseller of London

“Inquiry into the propriety of Blood-letting in Consumption,” Farr, Samuel an eminent physician at Taunton

“The Art of Drawing in Perspective made easy,” Ferguson, James an eminent experimental philosopher

“An Introduction to Electricity,” Ferguson, James an eminent experimental philosopher

“Two Letters to the Rev. Mr. John Kennedy,” Ferguson, James an eminent experimental philosopher

“A Third Letter to the Rev. Mr. John Kennedy,” Ferguson, James an eminent experimental philosopher

“An Inquiry into the. Astronomy and Anatomy of the Ancients,” Francklin, Thomas chaplain in ordinary to his majesty

“Oratio Panegyrica in auspicium sseculi tertii Academic Batavse quae Leidse est,” Gaubius, Jerome David an eminent German physician

“Reports of Cases of controverted Elections,” Glanvil, Sir John younger son of John Glanvil of Tavistock in Devonshire

“The Morality of Shakspeare’s Drama illustrated,” Griffith, Elizabeth a lady once of some note a a writer of novels and plays

Died: Guischard, Charles Gottlieb called Quintus Icilius

“De Magia,” Haen, Anthony De professor of medicine in the university of Vienna

“Description concerning such mechanism as will afford a nice or true Mensuration of Time,” Harrison, John a most accurate mechanic

“Memoirs of the late contested election for the county of Leicester,” Heathcote, Ralph an ingenious English divine

Died: Hill, Sir John an English writer

“Cleonice,” Hoole, John a dramatic poet and translator

“The Pilgrim, or a Picture of Life,” Johnston, Charles author of <c Chrysal

Died: Lancaster, Nathaniel, D. D. was many years rector of Stamford Rivers

“Memorie idrostatico-storiche delle operazioni esequite nella inalveazione del Reno di Bologna, e degli altri minori torrenti per la linea di primaro al mare dalP anno 1765 al 1772,” Lecchi, John Anthony a learned Italian mathe. matician

“L'homme moral,” Levesque, Peter Charles a learned French writer

“Flora Scotica” Lightfoot, Jofln a distinguished botanist* was born at Newent

“Theorie du Libelle,” Linguet, Simon Nicholas Henry a French advocate and political writer

“Letters on the Colonies,” Long, Edward author of a valuable History of Jamaica

“Historical, Political, and Moral Miscellanies,” Lynar, Rochus Frederic Count a Danish statesman and scholar

“Thoughts on the Causes of the Present Discontents;” Macaulay, Catherine the name of her second husband

Born: Malus, Stephen Louis a distinguished mathematician

“Life of the well-deserving prelate, Nicholas Steno, of Denmark,” Mann I, Dominic Maria an eminent Italian writer

“Memoirs of his own Life,” Marolles, Michel De an industrious French translator

“Memoirs of Gray” Mason, William a distinguished poet and divine of the last century

“Commentationes resize soc. Scientiarum Goettingerrsis, per annos 1758 1762,” Michaelis, John David a celebrated biblical critic

“De litteratura Faventinorum, sive de viris dociis, et scriptoribus urbis Faventinae (Faenza), appendix ad accessiones hist. Faventinas,” Mittarelli, John Benedict a learned monk and historian of the order of the Camaldoli

Died: Montague, Elizabeth a learned and ingenious English lady

“Devoirs d'un prince,” Moreau, Jacob Nicolas a French advocate (17171799)

“Veterum Inscriptionum Gr. et Lat. novissimus thesaurus,” Muratori, Lewis Anthony a learned Italian antiquary

Died: Nutt, Joseph a very ingenious man

“Critica Sacra examined, or an attempt to shew that a new method may be found to reconcile the seemingly glaring variations in parallel passages of Scripture, and that such variations are no proofs of corruptions,” Owen, Henry a learned English divine

“Supplement to Critica Sacra; in which the principles of that treatise are fully confirmed, and the objections of Mr. Raphael Baruh are clearly answered,” Owen, Henry a learned English divine

“A volume of Essays,” Parsons, Philip an English divine

“A Father’s Instructions, consisting of tales, fables, and reflections, designed to promote the love of virtue, a taste for knowledge, and an early acquaintance with the works of nature,” Percival, Thomas an eminent physician

“Reliques of Ancient Poetry” Percy, Thomas a late learned prelate

“Chirurgical Observations relative to the Cataract, the Polypus of the Nose, the Cancer of the Scrotum, the different kinds of Ruptures, and the Mortification of the Toes and Feet,” Pott, Percival an English surgeon of the highest eminence (17131788)

“Liberal Opinions upon Animals, Man, and Providence,” Pratt, Samuel Jackson a poet and miscellaneous writer (17491814)

“Six Olympic Odes of Pindar, being those omitted by Mr. West, translated into English verse, with notes,” Pye, Henry James a late English poet

“Reports,” Raymond, Robert

Died: Riccati, Vincent an able mathematician

“An Essay on Psalmody,” Romaine, William an English divine and writer of great popularity

Died: Rutty, John a medical observer and writer of very considerable learning

“Traite complet d'Anatomie,” Sabatier, Raphael - Bienvenu a very eminent French surgeon

“Letters,” Sevigne', Mary De Rabutin, Lady De Chantal And Bourbilly, And Marchioness De was the only daughter of Celse Benigne de Rabutin

“Universal Magazine” Stockdale, Percival a miscellaneous writer of some learning

“De laudibus Legum Anglise,” Topham, John a learned antiquary

“The scheme of Christian and Philosophical necessity asserted, in answer to Mr. John Wesley’s tract on that subject,” Toplady, Augustus Montague a strenuous champion for the Calvinism of the church of England

“Joy in Heaven, and the Creed of Devils: two Sermons, preached in London,” Toplady, Augustus Montague a strenuous champion for the Calvinism of the church of England

“Instructions d'un pare a ses enfans sur la nature et la religion,” Trembley, Abraham an eminent naturalist

“The History of Halifax,” Watson, John the historian of Halifax

Died: Williams, Anna an ingenious English lady

“Irenicum; or, the Importance of Unity in the Church of Christ considered, and applied towards the healing of our unhappy differences and divisions,” Worthington, William a learned English divine

“Essay on the Demoniacs,” Worthington, William a learned English divine

“A concise historical Account of the present Constitution of the `Unitas Fratrum,' or Uniy of the Evangelical Brethren, &c.” Zinzendorf, Nicholas Lewis count de

1776

“Descriptio Egypti, Arab, et Lat. ed. Jo. Dav. Michaelis,” Abulfeda, Ishmael a learned Arabian geographer and historian

“The Works in Architecture of R. and J. Adam,” Adam, Robert an eminent architect

“Genealogist,” Alexander, William a poet and statesman of Scotland

“A sketch of the Life and Character of Bishop Treror,” Allan, George esq. an English antiquary

“An essay towards an interpretation of the Prophecies of Daniel, with occasional remarks upon some of the most celebrated commentaries on them,” Amner, Richard a dissenting divine

“A practical treatise on Chimneys; containing full directions for constructing them in all cases, so as to draw well, and for removing smoke in houses,” Anderson, James LL. D. an eminent agricultural writer

“Free Thoughts on the American Contest,” Anderson, James LL. D. an eminent agricultural writer

“An Election Ball,” Anstey, Christopher an ingenious poet of the eighteenth century

“Memoires sur la Chine,” Anville, John-Baptiste Bourignon D' first geographer to the king of France

Died: Avison, Charles an ingenious English musician

“Dissertatio de Babrio,” Babrias was a Greek poet who turned Esop’s fables into choliambics

“Sylloge opusculorum selectorum argument! medicopract.” Baldinger, Ernest Gottfried an eminent German physician

“Repository,” Battie, William an English physician of considerable eminence (17041764)

“Essai sur le recit,” Berardier De Bataut, Francis Joseph a doctor of the Sorbonne

“Nouvelles litteraires de divers pais,” Bernoulli, John the grandson of the preceding John

“Memoirs of a private Society in Bohemia.” Born, Ignatius Baron

“Traite de la ferrure,” Bourgelat, Claude veterinary surgeon

“Memoire sur les maladies contagieuses du betail,” Bourgelat, Claude veterinary surgeon

Died: Bradley, James Savilian professor of astronomy in Oxford

“Observations on some of the probable effects of Mr. Gilbert’s bill, with remarks deduced from Dr. Price’s account of the national debt,” Brand, John rector of St

Died: Cadogan, William first earl of Cadogan

“Lectures” Campbell, George a very learned divine of the church of Scotland

“A Lecture on Mimickry,” Carey, George Savile son of the above

Died: Castello, Gabriel Lancelot an eminent Italian antiquary

“Analecta,” Cleanthes a celebrated Greek philosopher

“Course of Study,” Condillac, Stephen-Bonnot De of the French academy and that of Berlin

“Crudities hastily gobbled up in five months travels in France, Savoy, Italy, Rhetia, Helvetia, some parts of High Germany, and the Netherlands, 1611,” Coryate, Thomas the eccentric son of the preceding

“Account of the Martyrs of Smyrna and Lyons, in the 2d century, with explanatory notes,” Dalrymple, David an eminent Scotch lawyer and antiquary

“The Devoted Legions,” Day, Thomas a poetical and miscellaneous writer

“Nathan’s Message to David, a Sermon;” De Courcy, Richard vicar of St

“A Reply to Parmenas,” De Courcy, Richard vicar of St

“A systematic catalogue of Butterflies in the environs of Vienna,” Denis, Michael an eminent German bibliographer

“Essai sur les phenomenes relatifs aux disparitions periodiques del'anneaude Saturne,” Dionis Du Sejour, Achilles Peter one of the first French astronomers of the last century

Died: Ditton, Humphrey an eminent mathematician

“Locke’s Common- place book to the Bible,” Dodd, Dr. William an ingenious divine

Died: Drummond, Robert Hay an English prelate

“A Companion to the Peerage of Great Britain and Ireland,” Edmondson, Joseph Mowbray herald extraordinary

“Institution des Sourds et Muets, par la voie des signes methodiques,” Epee, Charles Michel De L' a very ingenious and benevolent French abbé

“Dissertations relative to Natural Philosophy and Chemistry,” Erxleben, John Christian Polycarp an eminent naturalist

“Nicolson’s Historical Library,” Evans, Thomas a bookseller of London

“Inquiry” Farmer, Hugh a learned divine among the-protestant dissenters

Died: Ferguson, James an eminent experimental philosopher

Died: Foulis, Robert And Andrew two learned printers of Scotland

“English Medals,” Fountaine, Sir Andrew knt. whose ancestors were seated at Narford

“The Contract,” Francklin, Thomas chaplain in ordinary to his majesty

Died: Freron, Elie Catherine a French journalist

Died: Freytag, Frederic Gotthilf an eminent literary historian

“L'Histoire Naturelle de la Parole, ou precis de la Grammaire Universelle,” Gebelin, Anthony Court De an eminent French writer of the last century

“An Apology for Christianity, in a series of letters, addressed to Edward Gibbon, esq. By R. Watson, D. D. F. R. S. and regius professor of divinity in the university of Cambridge” Gibbon, Edward an eminent English historian

“The History of the establishment of Christianity, compiled from Jewish and Heathen authors only; translated from the French of professor Bullet, &c. By William Salisbury, B. D. with notes by the translator, and some strictures on Mr. Gib ­bon’s Account of Christianity, and its first teachers,” Gibbon, Edward an eminent English historian

Died: Haen, Anthony De professor of medicine in the university of Vienna

“Bibl. Medicinæ Practicæ,” Haller, Albert De one of the most eminent physicians and philosophers of the eighteenth century

“Campi PhJegraei,” Hamilton, Sir William a gentleman of great eminence in the literary and political world

“Gustavus Vasa,” Harpe, John Francis De La one of the ablest French writers of the last century

Died: Harrison, John a most accurate mechanic

“Bibliotheque” Herbelot, Bartholomew D' an eminent Orientalist of France

“Three fragments on the new German Literature,” Herder, John Gottfried a German philosopher of the new school

Died: Hoadly, John LL. D. the youngest son of Dr

Died: Hume, David a celebrated philosopher and historian

“Moral Demonstration of the Truth of the Christian Religion,” Hurd, Richard an eminent and accomplished prelate

Died: James, Dr. Robert an English physician of great eminence

“Original Works in verse and prose,” King, Dn. William an ingenious and humourous English writer

Died: Lecchi, John Anthony a learned Italian mathe. matician

“Trattato de' canali navigabili,” Lecchi, John Anthony a learned Italian mathe. matician

“The Rights of Great Britain asserted against the Claims of the Colonies; being an answer to the declaration of the general congress,” Macpherson, James an author whose fame rests chiefly on his being the editor of Ossian’s poems

Died: Maty, Paul Henry son of the former

“Origin of Printing,” Middleton, Conyers a celebrated English divine

“Sacred Annals; or the Life of Christ, as recorded by the Four Evangelists,” Morell, Thomas an able classical scholar and editor

Died: Newdigate, Sir Roger, Bart. of Arbury in Warwickshire

“Essai stir le Patois Lorrain,” Oberlin, Jeremiah James an eminent classical scholar

“A Collation of the Account of the dedication of the Temple, printed in The Origin of Printing,'” Owen, Henry a learned English divine

Died: Papillon, John was one of a family of engravers on wood

“A Topographical Description of such parts of North America as are contained in the annexed map of the middle British Colonies, &c. in North America,” Pownall, Thomas a gentleman of considerable learning and political knowledge

“Wealth of Nations,” Pownall, Thomas a gentleman of considerable learning and political knowledge

“Drainage and Navigation, but one united work,” Pownall, Thomas a gentleman of considerable learning and political knowledge

“Observations on the London and Edinburgh Dispensatories, with an account of the various subjects of the Materia Medica, not contained in either of those works,” Rutty, John a medical observer and writer of very considerable learning

“Spiritual Diary and Soliloquies,” Rutty, John a medical observer and writer of very considerable learning

Died: Saint-Andre', Nathanael an anatomist

“Sermons” Sherlock, Thomas eldest son to the preceding

“Essay on the Origin of Languages,” Tiedemann, Dieterich a modern German philosopher of considerable eminence

“Collection of hymns for public and private worship,” Toplady, Augustus Montague a strenuous champion for the Calvinism of the church of England

Died: Wall, John a learned physician and medical writer

“Amwell,” Warner, William an old English poet

“Family Discourses, by a country gentleman,” Weston, Stephen bishop of Exeter (?–1742)

1777

“The Life of 'St. Cuthbert,” Allan, George esq. an English antiquary

Died: Alticozzi, Laurence of an illustrious family at Cortona

“Miscellaneous observations on planting and training Timber-trees, by Agricola,” Anderson, James LL. D. an eminent agricultural writer

“Observations on the means of exciting a spirit of National Industry,” Anderson, James LL. D. an eminent agricultural writer

“An enquiry into the nature of the Corn Laws, with a view to the new Corn Bill proposed for Scotland,” Anderson, James LL. D. an eminent agricultural writer

“Essays relating to Agriculture and rural affairs,” Anderson, James LL. D. an eminent agricultural writer

“Eloge de Charles V. empereur,” Ansart, Andrew Joseph a French historian

“A C. W. Bampfylde, arm. Epistola,” Anstey, Christopher an ingenious poet of the eighteenth century

“Almunach litteraire, ou Etrennes d Apollon,” Aquino De Chateau Lyon, Peter Louis son of the preceding

“De Fetat de l‘agriculture chez les Romains depuis le commencement de la Republique jusqu’au siecle de Jules Caesar relativement au gouvernment, aux mceurs, et au commerce,” Arcere, Louis Etienne priest of the oratory

Died: Arckenholz, John a Swedish historian

Died: Aubais, Charles De Baschi marquis of

Died: Bachaumont, Louis Petit De a French miscellaneous writer

“Entretiens sur I'etat de la Musique Grecque au quatrieme siecle,” Barthelemi, John James an eminent French writer

Died: Beraud, Laurence a French mathematician and astronomer

“Dr. Cadogan’s dissertation on the Gout, examined and refuted” Berkenhout, Dr. John an English miscellaneous writer

Died: Bertram, Philip-Ernest professor of law at Halle

“Histoire de Lorraine,” Bexon, Gabriel-Leopold-Charles-Ame' a French miscellaneous writer

“Magazine for engineers and artillery-men,” Boehm, Andrew privy- counsellor of the landgrave of Hesse

Died: Brosses, Charles De a French writer of great learning

“Burton upon Melancholy,” Burton, Robert author of the “Anatomy of Melancholy

“A Letter to George Hardinge, esq. on the subject of a passage in Mr. Steevens’s Preface to his impression of Shakspeare,” Capell, Edward a gentleman well known by his indefatigable attention to the works of Shakspeare

“A Rural Ramble,” Carey, George Savile son of the above

“Esprit de la Morale et de la Philosophic,” Carra, John Lewis one of those French philosophers and statesmen to whom the revolution gave a shortlived importance

“A complete Treatise of Electricity in theory and practice, with original experiments,” Cavallo, Tiberius an ingenious philosopher

“Idylles de Theocrite,” Chabanon, De a French writer of eminence in polite literature

Died: Contant, Peter an eminent French architect

Died: Coustou, William born at Paris in 1716

Died: Crebillon, Claude Prosper Joliot De son of the preceding

“The Desolation of America,” Day, Thomas a poetical and miscellaneous writer

“The Rejoinder,” De Courcy, Richard vicar of St

“Hints respecting the Utility of some Parochial Plan for suppressing the Profanation of the Lord’s Day,” De Courcy, Richard vicar of St

“Thoughts in Prison.” Dodington, George Bubb

“The Historical Account of Dr. Dodd’s Life,” Duncombe, John was born 1730

“Letters from the late archbishop Herring, to William Buncombe, esq. deceased; from 1728 to 1757, with notes, and an appendix,” Duncombe, John was born 1730

“Savage’s Works,” Evans, Thomas a bookseller of London

“Goldsmith’s Works,” Evans, Thomas a bookseller of London

“A Letter to Dr. Hurd, bishop of Worcester, wherein the importance of the prophecies of the New Testament, and the nature of the grand apostacy predicted in them, are particularly and impartially considered,” Evanson, Edward one of the most determined opponents of revealed religion in modern times (?–1805)

“An impartial Inquiry into the case of the Gospel Demoniacs, with an Appendix, consisting of an essay on Scripture Demonology,” Farmer, Hugh a learned divine among the-protestant dissenters

“A brief Description of the Cities of London and Westminster, &c. To which are added, some Cautions against the Tricks of Sharpers,” Fielding, Sir John was half brother

“Addresses to Young Men,” Fordyce, James a dissenting clergyman of considerable eminence

“A Voyage round the World, in hi* Britannic majesty’s sloop Resolution, commanded by captain James Cook, during the years 1772, 3, 4, and 5,” Forster, George son of the preceding

“Female Worthies, or the Lives and Memoirs of eminently pious’ women,” Gibbons, Thomas a pious dissenting divine

“A Catalogue of the Coins of Canute, king of Denmark and England, with specimens,” Gough, Richard the Camden of the eighteenth century

Died: Gresset, John Baptist Lewis a French poet of considerable eminence

Died: Gronovius, Laurence Theodore son of the preceding

“Bibl. Botanica,” Haller, Albert De one of the most eminent physicians and philosophers of the eighteenth century

Died: Hayes, William an eminent musical composer

“Letters” Herring, Thomas a distinguished English prelate

Died: Hill, Robert was a man remarkable for his perseverance and talent in learning many languages by the aid of books alone

“The Resurrection of the body deduced from the Resurrection of Christ,” Holmes, Robert a learned English divine

Born: Horsley, Samuel a very learned and highly distinguished prelate

Died: Jablonowsky, Joseph Alexander Von a Polish prince

Died: Jussieu, Bernard brother of the preceding

“Semiramis” Keate, George a very agreeable English writer

“De Ira Divina.” Lactantius, Firmian or Cæcilius

Died: Lambert, John Henry an eminent mathematician and astronomer

“Italian Sonnets,” Langhorne, John an English poet and miscellaneous writer

“Essai philosophique sur le Monachisme,” Linguet, Simon Nicholas Henry a French advocate and political writer

“An Introduction to the Theory and Practice of Medicine,” Macbride, David a distinguished physician

“Letters from Mahommed Ali Chan, nabob of Arcot, to the Court of Directors. To which is annexed, a state of facts relative to Tanjore, with an appendix of original papers,” Macpherson, James an author whose fame rests chiefly on his being the editor of Ossian’s poems

“Bibliotheque des Amans,” Marechal, Peter Sylvanus a miscellaneous French writer

Died: Meier, George Frederic a German writer on philosophical subjects

“Principes de morale politique et du droit public, ou Discours sur l'histoire de France,” Moreau, Jacob Nicolas a French advocate (17171799)

“Sacramental Meditations” Orton, Job an eminent divine among the dissenters

“Account of the most ancient German Bibles, printed in the fifteenth century, which are in the library at Nuremberg,” Panzer, George Wolfgang Francis an eminent bibliographer

Died: Pombal, Sebastian Joseph Carvalho marquis of

“The Sublime and Beautiful of Scripture. Being Essays on select Passages of Sacred Compositions,” Pratt, Samuel Jackson a poet and miscellaneous writer (17491814)

“An Apology for the Life and Writings of David Hume,” Pratt, Samuel Jackson a poet and miscellaneous writer (17491814)

“Four Sermons on the Good Samaritan, and the nature of Christ’s kingdom,” Pyle, Thomas an English divine

“The Repository,” Reed, Isaac a gentleman eminently conversant in literary history

“History of America,” Robertson, William one of the most illustrious names in modern literature

“System physique et moral de la Fernm?,” Roussel, Peter a French physician

“History of Craven.” Sheepshanks, William a learned English clergyman

“Miscellaneous works,” Stanhope, Pinup Dormer fourth earl of Chesterfield

“De tussi convuUiva infantum,” Strack, Charles a very skilful German physician and writer

“The Me* moirs of the Town and County of Leicester,” Throsby, John a topographical writer

Died: Townley, James a learned master of Merchant Taylors’ school

“Goat’s Beard,” Whitehead, William another English poet (?–1785)

“An Impartial Enquiry into the Case of the Gospel-Demoniacs with an appendix, consisting of an Essay on Scripture-­Demonology,” Worthington, William a learned English divine

Died: Zanotti, Francis Maria an eminent Italian mathematician

1778

“A species of Cyclopedia of all the Sciences, Arts, and Manufactures, which contribute to the comforts of human life,” Adelung, John Christopher a learned German grammarian (?–1806)

“CEuvres diverses,” Albon, Claude Camille, Francois Count D' a descendant of the preceding

Died: Ambrose De Lombes, Pere a pious and learned capuchin

“Envy,” Anstey, Christopher an ingenious poet of the eighteenth century

“Treatise on Government,” Aristotle the chief of the peripatetic philosophers

Died: Arne, Thomas Augustine an eminent English musician

“A candid examination of what has been advanced on the Colic of Poitouand Devonshire, by James Hardy, M.D. of Barnstaple, Devonshire,” Baker, Sir George an eminent physician

Died: Bassi, Laura Maria Catherina the wife of Dr

Died: Beau, Charles Le first professor of rhetoric in the college of the Grassins

Died: Bentham, James prebendary of Ely

“Considerations and Reflections upon the present state of the fens near Ely,” Bentham, James prebendary of Ely

“Materia medica e regno vegetabili, sistens simplicia officinalia pariter atque culinaria,” Bergius, Peter Jonas a physician and professor of natural history at Stockholm

“A treatise on Hysterical Diseases, translated from the French.” Berkenhout, Dr. John an English miscellaneous writer

Died: Blackstone, Sir William knight

“An Apology for the Baptists in refusing communion at the Lord’s Table to Pscdobaptists,” Booth, Abraham a pious and popular dissenting minister of the Baptist persuasion

“Anacreontis Carmina,” Brunck, Richard Francis Frederick a celebrated Greek scholar and critic

Died: Burman, Peter called the second

“Histoire de la Moldavie et de la Valachie,” Carra, John Lewis one of those French philosophers and statesmen to whom the revolution gave a shortlived importance

“Vers sur Voltaire,” Chabanon, De a French writer of eminence in polite literature

“Mustapha,” Chamfort, Sebastian Roche Nicolas an ingenious French writer

Died: Clemencet, Charles was born at Painblanc

Died: Comber, Thomas LL. D. grandson to the preceding Dr

“The Principles of Beauty relative to the Human Head,” Cozens, Alexander a Russian by birth

“Account of the subversion of the Legal Government of Fort St. George, in answer to Mr. Andrew Stuart’s Letter to the Court of Directors,” Dalrymple, Alexander an eminent hydrographer

“Journal of the Grenville,” Dalrymple, Alexander an eminent hydrographer

“Considerations on the East India Bill, 1769,” Dalrymple, Alexander an eminent hydrographer

“Remains of Christian Antiquity,” Dalrymple, David an eminent Scotch lawyer and antiquary

“Observations Astronomiques faites a Toulouse, &c.” D'Argonne

Died: Darwin, Erasmus a physician and poet

“Miscellaneous Papers,” Douglas, John the late learned bishop of Salisbury

Died: Draper, Sir William lieutenant-general and K. B. was educated at Eton

“A list of various editions of the Bible and parts thereof, in English, from 1526 to 1776,” Ducarel, Andrew Coltee an eminent English civilian and antiquary

“A few Remarks on the History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman empire, relative chiefly to the two last chapters. By a gentleman.” Eyre, Francis a Roman catholic gentleman of Warkworth castle in Northamptonshire

“Reply to Mr. Wales’ s Remarks on Mr. Forster’s Account of captain Cook’s last Voyage,” Forster, George son of the preceding

Died: Funccius, John Nicolas a native of Marpurg

Died: Gent, Thomas a native of York

“A Reply to the reasonings of Mr. Gibbon in his History, &c. which seem to affect the truth of Christianity, but have not been noticed in the answer which Dr. Watson hath given to that book. By Smyth Loftus, A. M. vicar of Coolock,” Gibbon, Edward an eminent English historian

Died: Gruner, John Frederick an eminent divine and critical scholar

Died: Gyllenborg, Charles Count a Swedish states. man and a man of learning

“MenzikofT,” Harpe, John Francis De La one of the ablest French writers of the last century

Died: Heusinger, James Frederick was a nephew of the former

“I advised his majesty to make the promotion. 1 have tried my lord Howe on fmportant occasions; he never asked me how he was to execute any service, but always went and performed it.” Howe, Richard fourth viscount Howe

Died: Huber, John James a celebrated anatomist

“Flora” Hudson, William one of the earliest Linniean botanists in England

“Select Letters between the late duchess of Somerset, lady Luxborough, miss Dolman, Mr. Whistler, Mr. Dodsley, Shenstone, and others,” Hull, Thomas a late dramatic and miscellaneous writer

“A safe and easy Remedy for the relief of the Stone and Gravel, the Scurvy, Gout, &c. and for the destruction of Worms in the human body illustrated by cases together with an extemporaneous method of impregnating water and other liquids with fixed air, by simple mixture only, &c.” Hulme, Nathaniel an English physician

“The Kites and Ceremonies of the Greek Church in Russia; containing an account of its doctrine, worship, and discipline.” King, John Glen a learned English writer and antiquary

“English Humanity no Paradox,” Long, Edward author of a valuable History of Jamaica

“Philosophia Britannica,” Martin, Benjamin an eminent optician

“Letters of governor Hutchinson,” Mauduit, Israel a person of some celebrity in his time

“Hebrew Grammar,” Michaelis, John David a celebrated biblical critic

“Vibius Sequester de fluminibus, fontibus,” Oberlin, Jeremiah James an eminent classical scholar

Died: Ogden, Samuel an English divine

“Russia Illustrata.” Pallas, Peter Simon a celebrated naturalist

“History of Bibles printed at Nuremberg, from the invention of the Art,” Panzer, George Wolfgang Francis an eminent bibliographer

“Speculations on Law and Lawyers,” Paterson, Samuel a gentleman who deserves honourable notice in the literary history of his country

Died: Pezay, Masson, Marquis Of was born at Paris

“The Art of War, a poem, translated from the French of the king of Prussia,” Pye, Henry James a late English poet

“History of Scotland.” Robertson, William one of the most illustrious names in modern literature

“Recueii de Dissertations sur divers sujets de l'histoire de France,” Sabbathier, Francis a learned French writer

“A Letter to Don Joseph Berni, on his defence of Peter the Cruel,” Sanchez, Thomas Anthony a learned Spaniard

“An Essay towards a demonstration of the Trinity,” Scott, George Lewis a learned member of the royal society

Died: Sharp, Samuel not related

“Vale-Royal,” Smith, William herald and antiquary

Died: Toplady, Augustus Montague a strenuous champion for the Calvinism of the church of England

“The extensive Practice of the New Husbandry,” Tull, Jethro a gentleman of an ancient family in Yorkshire

“The Perfect Contrast, or the entire opposition of Popery to the Religion of Jesus the Son of God; a sermon preached at Clapham, November 5, 1758,” Venn, Henry a pious divine of the church of England

“Irene,” Voltaire, Marie-Francis Arouet De the greatest literary character which France produced in the last century

“Observations on a Voyage with captain Cook;” Wales, William a mathematician and astronomer of great talents

Died: Worthington, William a learned English divine

1779

Died: Adelburner, Michael a mathematician and physician

Died: Albani, Alexander an eminent virtuoso

“Discours politiques, historiques, et critiques, sur quelques Gouvernments de l'Europe,” Albon, Claude Camille, Francois Count D' a descendant of the preceding

Died: Alcock, Nathan an English physician of considerable celebrity as a practitioner

Died: Almici, Peter Camille a priest of the oratory

“An enquiry into the causes that have hitherto retarded the advancement of Agriculture in Europe; with hints for removing the circumstances that have chiefly obstructed its progress,” Anderson, James LL. D. an eminent agricultural writer

“Charity,'” Anstey, Christopher an ingenious poet of the eighteenth century

Died: Armstrong, John an English physician and poet

Died: Attaignant, Gabriel Charles De L' a French poet

Died: Ayscough, George Edward esq. a lieutenant in the first regiment of foot-guards

“Reflections on the impropriety and expediency of Lay Subscription in the university of Oxford.” Bagot, Lewis an English prelate

Died: Barbeu Du Bourg, James a physician

Died: Baskerville, John a celebrated printer

“Opuscula physica et chemica,” Bergman, Sir Torbern a celebrated chemist and natural philosopher

Died: Bernard, Sir Francis descended from an ancient and respectable family originally of Yorkshire

“Description d'un Voyage en Prusse, en Russie, et en Pologne, en 1777 et 1778,” Bernoulli, John the grandson of the preceding John

“Amoenitates Poeticae,” Beza, Theodore one of the chief promoters of the Reformation

“General Theory of Algebraic Equations,” Bezout, Stephen a celebrated French mathematician

Died: Bianchini, John Fortunatus an Italian philosopher and physician of considerable reputation in the last century

Died: Bourgelat, Claude veterinary surgeon

“Sophoclis Elettra, et Euripidus Andromache,” Brunck, Richard Francis Frederick a celebrated Greek scholar and critic

“Sophoclis Oedipus Tyrannus, et Euripidis Orestes,” Brunck, Richard Francis Frederick a celebrated Greek scholar and critic

Died: Buck, Samuel was an ingenious English engraver

Died: Burman, John father of the preceding

“Code of Health and Longevity,” Cornaro, Lewis a Venetian of noble extraction

“New observations on England,” Coyer, L'Abbé who was born at Baumeles-Nones in Franche-Comtt;

“Felsina Pittrice.” Crespi, Joseph Maria sometimes called La Spagnuolo

Died: Delius, Christopehr Traugott a learned German mineralogist

“Collectio judiciorum de novis erroribus.” Dolet, Stephen a voluminous French writer

“Lucius’unius Brutus,” Downman, Hugh an ingenious physician and poet

“De la passion du Jeu,” Dussaulx, John a French writer of distinguished taste and talents

“Catalogus Musei Caesarei Vindobonensis Nummorum veterum,” Eckhel, Joseph Hilary an eminent antiquary and medallist

“Prior’s Works,” Evans, Thomas a bookseller of London

“Peck’s Desiderata Curiosa,” Evans, Thomas a bookseller of London

“Daemoniacs. An enquiry into the Heathen and the Scripture doctrine of Daemons, in which the hypothesis of the rev. Mr. Farmer and others on the subject are particularly considered,” Fell, John a dissenting minister of considerable learning

Died: Fleming, Caleb a dissenting minister

“A Letter to the right Honourable the earl of Sandwich,” Forster, George son of the preceding

“Select Satires of Horace,” Geddes, Alexander a Roman catholic divine

“A Vindication of somepassages in the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Chapters of the History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire. By the author,” Gibbon, Edward an eminent English historian

“A short Appeal to the public. By the gentleman who is particularly addressed in the postscript of the Vindication,” Gibbon, Edward an eminent English historian

“Palasologia therapirc,” Hebenstreit, John Ernest a celebrated physician and philologer of Leipsic

Died: Hervey, Augustus John third earl of Bristol

Died: Hudson, Thomas a portrait-painter of some celebrity

“Experiments on Vegetables, discovering their great power of purifying the common air in sunshine, but injuring it in the shade or night.” Ingenhouz, John an eminent physician and chemist

Died: Kalm, Peter a very celebrated naturalist

“L‘homme pensant, ou Essai sur l’histoire de l'esprit humain,” Levesque, Peter Charles a learned French writer

“A short History of the Opposition during the last session of parliament,” Macpherson, James an author whose fame rests chiefly on his being the editor of Ossian’s poems

“The History and Management of the East India Company, from its origin in 1600 to the present times, vol. I. containing the affairs of the Carnatic; in which the rights of the nabob are explained, and the injustice of the company proved,” Macpherson, James an author whose fame rests chiefly on his being the editor of Ossian’s poems

“Tombeau de J. J. Rousseau,” Marechal, Peter Sylvanus a miscellaneous French writer

“Le Livre de tous les ages,” Marechal, Peter Sylvanus a miscellaneous French writer

Died: Mengs, Antony Raphael a celebrated modern painter

“Free thoughts on the inconsistency of conforming to any religious test, as a condition of Toleration, with the true principle of Protestant Dissent,” Palmer, John a dissenting writer of the last century

“Observations in defence of the Liberty of Man, as a moral agent; in answer to Dr. Priestley’s Illustrations of Philosophical Necessity,” Palmer, John a dissenting writer of the last century

“Remarks on that kind of Palsy of the lower Limbs, which is frequently found to accompany a Curvature of the Spine, and is supposed to be caused by it; together with its Method of Cure,” Pott, Percival an English surgeon of the highest eminence (17131788)

Died: Rawlinson, Richard an eminent antiquary

“Notices historiques et critiques sur deux manuscrits de la bibliotheque du due de la Valliere,” Rive, John Joseph a French writer

“Collection of Castiliian poetry anterior to the fifteenth century, to which are prefixed memoirs of the first marquis of Santillane, and a letter addressed to the constable of Portugal, on the origin of Spanish poetry,” Sanchez, Thomas Anthony a learned Spaniard

“De custodia aegrorum,” Strack, Charles a very skilful German physician and writer

“De fraudibus conductorum nutricum,” Strack, Charles a very skilful German physician and writer

“Observations concerning the public Law and Constitutional History of Scotland,” Stuart, Gilbert a Scottish historian

“Selecta quaedam Theocriti Idyllia,” Theocritus an ancient Greek poet

“The English Green-box,” Tickell, Richard an ingenious writer

“Instructions sur la religion naturelle,” Trembley, Abraham an eminent naturalist

Died: Watson, Sir William eminent for his skill in botany and electricity

Died: West, Thomas the ingenious author of “The History of Furness

Died: Wilkes, John a very singular political character in the early part of the present reign

“A farther Enquiry into the case of the Gospel-Demoniacs, occasioned by Mr. Farmer’s on the subject,” Worthington, William a learned English divine

1780

“Les quatre chapitres, de la Raison, de l‘Amour de soi, de l’Amour du prochain, de la Vertu,” Adam, Nicolas a French grammarian

“Physiognomonire veteres, Gr. Lat. cura J. G. Franzii,” Adamantius a Greek physician and sophist of the fifth century

“Esprit de St. Vincent de Paul,” Ansart, Andrew Joseph a French historian

“An account kept during thirteen months in the Royal Observatory at Greenwich, of the going of a Pocket Chronometer, made on a new construction by John Arnold, having his new-invented balance spring, and a compensation for the effects of heat and cold in the balance. Published by permission of the Board of Longitude,” Arnold, John a very ingenious mechanic of London

“Opere di Antonio-Raffaele Mengs,” Azara, Don Joseph Nicolas D' a Spanish statesman and writer

“Theses GrifcciE et Latince selectse,” Baker, William a learned printer

“Elemens de Medicine, en forme d'Aphorismes,” Barbeu Du Bourg, James a physician

“The Messiah, being the prophecies concerning him methodized, with their accomplishment,” Barker, Thomas esq. the descendant of an ancient and respectable family at Lyndon in Rutlandshire

“The nature and circumstances of the Demoniacs in the Gospel,” Barker, Thomas esq. the descendant of an ancient and respectable family at Lyndon in Rutlandshire

Died: Batteux, Charles professor of philosophy in the college royal

“Collectioii of Royal and Noble Wills,” Beaufort, Margaret the foundress of Christ’s and St

“Histoire de Paris, avec la description de ses plus beaux monumens,” Beguillet, Edmund an advocate of the parliament of Dijon

“Traite historique et dogmatique de la vraie Religion, &c.” Bergier, Nicolas Sylvester a French writer of considerable note

“History of the house and principality of Anhalt,” Bertram, Philip-Ernest professor of law at Halle

Died: Biancolini, John Baptist Joseph was born at Verona

“Reports,” Blackstone, Sir William knight

“Essais sur la Musique ancienne et moderne,” Borde, John Benjamin De La a French historical and miscellaneous writer of considerable fame

“Memoire du Levant” Brotier, Gabriel an eminent classical scholar and editor

“Euripidis Tragediae quatuor, Hecuba, Phcenissa?, Hyppolytus et Bacchae,” Brunck, Richard Francis Frederick a celebrated Greek scholar and critic

“Apollonii Rhodii Argonautica,” Brunck, Richard Francis Frederick a celebrated Greek scholar and critic

“Propertius,” Burman, Peter called the second

“Le Genie d'Architecture,” Camus, Antony Le a French physician

“An Essay on the theory and practice of Medical Electricity,” Cavallo, Tiberius an ingenious philosopher

“Nosologiae methodicse rudimenta,” Cirillo, Dominick nephew to Nicolas Cirillo

Died: Clive, Catherine an actress of great merit

“State of the East India Company, and Sketch of an equitable Agreement,” Dalrymple, Alexander an eminent hydrographer

“Maladies Chirurgicales et des Operations qui leur conviennent,” Desault, Peter Joseph principal surgeon to the Hotel-Diet

Died: Dilworth, Thomas a diligent schoolmaster

Died: Dreux Du Radier, John Francis advocate

“A Complete Body of Heraldry,” Edmondson, Joseph Mowbray herald extraordinary

Died: Fawcett, Benjamin a dissenting minister

“Copies of Opinions ascribed to eminent counsel on the will which was the subject of the case of Perrin v. Blake, before the court of king’s bench, 1769, addressed to the right hon. William earl of Mansfield.” Fearne, Charles a barrister and law writer

“Examen impartial des epoques de la nature de M. de Buffon,” Feller, Francis Xavier De an ex-jesuit

“Essays or Discourses, selected from the works of Feyjoo, and translated from the Spanish, by John Brett, esq.” Feyjoo, Benedict Jerom was a learned physician of the order of St

Died: Fielding, Sir John was half brother

Died: Fitzgibbon, John earl of Clare

“Fastorum Anni Ronaani Verrio Flacco ordinatorum reliquiae,” Foggini, Peter Francis a learned Italian ecclesiastic

Died: Fothergill, John an eminent physician

“Dictionnaire etymologique et raisotme des racines Latines, a l'usage des jteunes gens,” Gebelin, Anthony Court De an eminent French writer of the last century

“A Reply to Mr. Gibbon’s Vindication; wherein the charges brought against him in the Examination are confirmed, and further instances given of his misrepresentation, inaccuracy, and plagiarism. By Henry Edward Davis, B. A. of Baliol college, Oxford,” Gibbon, Edward an eminent English historian

“Law and Practice of Distresses and Replevins,” Gilbert, Sir Jeffray knt. lord chief baron of the exchequer

“History of Thetford,” Gough, Richard the Camden of the eighteenth century

Died: Hagedorn, Frederic a celebrated German poet of the last century

Died: Heerkens, Gerard Nicholas a native of Groningen

“Alwyn,” Holcroft, Thomas a dramatic and miscellaneous writer and translator

“Memoirs.” Hollis, Thomas esq. of Corscombe in Dorsetshire; a gentleman whose “Memoirs.” have been printed in two splendid volumes (17201774)

Died: Houbraken, Jacob an eminent engraver

“The State of the Prisons in England and Wales, with preliminary Observations, and an Account of some Foreign Prisons,” Howard, John the indefatigable friend of the poor and unfortunate

“An Account of the principal Lazarettos in Europe, with various Papers relative to the Plague, together with further Observations on some foreign Prisoas and Hospitals; and additional remarks on the present state of those in Great Britain and Ireland.” Howard, John the indefatigable friend of the poor and unfortunate

Died: Jaucourt, Louis De a man of a noble family

Died: Ihre, John professor of rhetoric and politics in the university of Upsal

“An Essay on the English Government;” King, Edward a learned and philosophical antiquary

“Traite de la Veillesse.” Lambert, Anne Therese, Marchioness De an ingenious French lady

“Memoirs,” Landen, John an eminent mathematician

“Dissertation” Langhorne, John an English poet and miscellaneous writer

Died: Lawrence, Thomas an eminent physician

Died: Levret, Andrew an eminent French surgeon and accoucheur

“Letters” Lyttelton, George an elegant English writer

“Poems,” Lyttelton, George an elegant English writer

“Thelyphthora,” Madan, Martin a celebrated preacher and writer

“Observations on the Means of preserving the Health of Soldiers,” Monro, Alexander, M. D. an eminent anatomist

“Ethic Amusements.” Nares, James doctor of music

“Spicilegia Zoologica,” Pallas, Peter Simon a celebrated naturalist

“An Appendix to the Observations in defence of the Liberty of Man, as a moral agent, &c.” Palmer, John a dissenting writer of the last century

Died: Parry, Richard rector of Wichampton in Dorsetshire

“Don Quixote.” Percy, Thomas a late learned prelate

Died: Querlon, Anne Gabriel Meusnier De born at Nantes April 15

“Eclaircissemens sur l'inyention des Cartes a jouer,” Rive, John Joseph a French writer

Died: Rue, Charles De La was a Benedictine monk

“Select Collection of Miscellany Poems,” Rymer, Thomas an antiquary and critic

Died: Sancho, Ignatius an extraordinary Negro

Died: Schonning, Gerrard a learned Norwegian

Died: Soufflot, James Germain an architect very famous in France

“The History of the Establishment of the Reformation of Religion in Scotland,” Stuart, Gilbert a Scottish historian

“Common-place Arguments,” Tickell, Richard an ingenious writer

“Easy Lessons for Children,” Trimmer, Sarah a very ingenious lady

Died: Watson, Robert an elegant historian

“the velocity of water issuing from a vessel when put in motion.” Wildbore, Charles an ingenious mathematician (1717–?)

“A short History of the Opposition” Wilmot, John Eardley second son of the preceding

1781

“The Life of J. Conr. Dippel,” Ackermann, John Christian Gottlieb a physician and medical writer of considerable note in Germany

Died: Anderson, Adam a native of Scotland

“Memoires pour servir a l'histoire de la revolution opere dans la Musique par le chevalier Gluck,” Arnaud, Francis a French miscellaneous writer of considerable note

Died: Aubry, John Francis a French physician

Died: Bacon, Phanuel rector of Balden in Oxfordshire

Born: Beccaria, John Baptist a monk of the EcolesPies

Died: Bergius, John Henry Louis a German writer

“Lettres Astronomiques,” Bernoulli, John the grandson of the preceding John

“Moyen de determiner ie moment ou le vin en fermentation a acquis toute sa force,” Bertholon, De St. Lazare a French philosopher

“De l'electricité du corps humain en etat de sauté et de maladie,” Bertholon, De St. Lazare a French philosopher

Died: Blanchet, Francis a French abbé of considerable talents and amiable character

“Natural history of Fishes, particularly those of the Prussian states,” Bloch, Mark Eliezer an eminent naturalist

“Lettres sur la Suisse,” Borde, John Benjamin De La a French historical and miscellaneous writer of considerable fame

Died: Brett, Sir Piercy, Knt admiral of the blue

“Aristophanis Comœdiæ in Latinum Sermonem conversæ,” Brunck, Richard Francis Frederick a celebrated Greek scholar and critic

Died: Capell, Edward a gentleman well known by his indefatigable attention to the works of Shakspeare

“A Treatise on the nature and properties of Air, and- other permanently elastic fluids, with an Introduction to Chemistry,” Cavallo, Tiberius an ingenious philosopher

Died: De La Cour, James an Irish poetical writer

“Tracts on Inoculation,” Dimsdale, Thomas, Baron a celebrated inoculator for the small pox

“Considerations on the plan, &c.” Dimsdale, Thomas, Baron a celebrated inoculator for the small pox

Died: Downman, Hugh an ingenious physician and poet

“Editha,” Downman, Hugh an ingenious physician and poet

Died: Ellys Bart.

“The History of Epidemics; by Hippocrates, in seven books, translated into English from the Greek, with notes and observations, and a preliminary dissertation on the nature and cause of infection,” Farr, Samuel an eminent physician at Taunton

“Course of Mechanics,” Frisi, Paul a very eminent philosopher and mathematician

Died: Fuessli, John Gaspard a Swiss artist

“Thoughts on the nature of the grand Apostacy, with reflections and observations on the Fifteenth Chapter of Mr. Gibbon’s History. By Henry Taylor, rector of Crawley, and vicar of Portsmouth in Hampshire, author- of Ben Mordecai’s Apology for embracing Christianity,” Gibbon, Edward an eminent English historian

“Contes devots, Fables et Romans anciens, pour servir de suite aux Fabliaux,” Grand, John Baptist Le was born at Amiens

“Supplement a, la maniere d‘ecrire l’histoire,” Gudin, De La Brenellerie, Paul Philip a French writer who attained some share of reputation among the encyclopedists

“Philological Inquiries,” Harris, James esq. an English gentleman of very uncommon parts and learning

Died: Hawke, Edward, Lord Hawke an eminent naval officer

Died: Hommel, Charles Frederick a lawyer

“American rebellion,” Hurd, Richard an eminent and accomplished prelate

“The History of John Juniper, esq. alias Juniper Jack,” Johnston, Charles author of <c Chrysal

“Sentimental Journey” Keate, George a very agreeable English writer

“Rhenus,” Lassala, Manuel a Spanish Ex-jesuit

“Lokman’s Fables,” Lassala, Manuel a Spanish Ex-jesuit

Died: Le Blanc, John Bernard Le historiographer of buildings of the academy della Crusca

Died: Lessing, Gotthold Ephraim a distinguished German writer

“A Dissertation on the Education of the Human Race.” Lessing, Gotthold Ephraim a distinguished German writer

“Translations and Paraphrases” Logan, John a Scotch divine and poet

“Fcagmens d'un poeme moral sur Dieu, ou, Nouvelle Lucrece,” Marechal, Peter Sylvanus a miscellaneous French writer

“Observations upon the conduct of sir William Howe at the White Plains,” Mauduit, Israel a person of some celebrity in his time

Died: Maurepas, John Frederic Phelypeaux, Count Of grandson of the count de Pontchartrain

“Glossarium Germanicum medii aevi, potissimum dialecti Suevicae,” Oberlin, Jeremiah James an eminent classical scholar

“The divine visions of John Englebrecht,” Okely, Francis a learned

“A faithful Narrative of God’s gracious dealings with Kiel,” Okely, Francis a learned

“A Display of God’s Wonders, done upon the person, &c. of John Englebrecht,” Okely, Francis a learned

“The indispensable necessity of Faith, in order to the pleasing God being the^ substance of a discourse preached at Eydon in Northamptonshire,” Okely, Francis a learned

Died: St. Palaye, John Baptist De La Curne De an ingenious French writer

“Sermons,” Spence, Joseph an English divine

“Select Collection of Miscellany Poems,” Templeman, Peter the son of an eminent attorney at Dorchester in the county of Dorset

“Gentle Shepherd,” Tickell, Richard an ingenious writer

Died: Tronchin, Theodore a celebrated physician

Died: Turgot, Anne-Robert-James a French minister of state

“Remarks on Mr. Lake’s sermon on Baptism,” Turner, Daniel a dissenting minister of the baptist persuasion

1782

Died: Abney, Sir Thomas an eminent magistrate of the city of London (16391722)

“Essay on the history of the Civilization of Mankind,” Adelung, John Christopher a learned German grammarian (?–1806)

“A Letter to the right hon. Charles Jenkinson,” Almon, John a bookseller

“The interest of Great Britain, with regard to her American Colonies, considered,” Anderson, James LL. D. an eminent agricultural writer

Died: Arcere, Louis Etienne priest of the oratory

“Biographia Dramatica” Baker, Henry an ingenious and diligent naturalist

“Journal deaf Savans” Beauchamps, Joseph a member of the national Institute of France

“De Talaitement et de la premiere Education des Enfans,” Beurieu, Gaspard Guillard De a French miscellaneous writer

Died: Benzel De Sternau, Anselm Francis De a privy counsellor of the electorate of Meritz

“Amants Republicains, ou Lettrea de Nicias et Cynire,” Berenger, John Peter a French miscellaneous writer

Died: Berenger, Richard esq. many years gentleman of the horse to his majesty

“Pharmacopoeia Medici,” Berkenhout, Dr. John an English miscellaneous writer

Died: Bernoulli, Daniel a celebrated physician and philosopher

“De la reforme politique des Juifs,” Bernoulli, John the grandson of the preceding John

“A description of the fountain of Dribourg,” Beroldingen, Francis De an eminent mineralogist

“Memoires sur les moyens qui ont fait prosperer les manufactures de Lyon,” Bertholon, De St. Lazare a French philosopher

“La mesure du temps appliquee a la navigation,” Berthoud, Ferdinand an eminent French marine clock-maker

Born: Besiers, Michael a canon of St

“The natural history of German Fishes,” Bloch, Mark Eliezer an eminent naturalist

“Dictionary of German proverbs,” Blum, Joachim Christian a German poet

“Rosina,” Brooke, Frances whose maiden name was Moore

Died: Bure, William Francis De an eminent bookseller at Paris

“Traite de la force de bois,” Camus, Antony Le a French physician

“Nouveaux principes de Physique,” Carra, John Lewis one of those French philosophers and statesmen to whom the revolution gave a shortlived importance

Died: Cole, William an eminent antiquary and benefactor to the history and antiquities of England

Died: Conybeare, John a learned divine and prelate of the church of England

Died: Costard, George a learned clergyman of the church of England

Born: Coyer, L'Abbé who was born at Baumeles-Nones in Franche-Comtt;

“Anecdotes of eminent Painters in Spain,” Cumberland, Richard a late dramatic and miscellaneous writer

Died: Day, Thomas a poetical and miscellaneous writer

“Seduction, or the Cause of injured Innocence pleaded, a Poem,” De Courcy, Richard vicar of St

“A Typographical History of Vienna from the year 1482 to 1560,” Denis, Michael an eminent German bibliographer

Died: Drinker, Edward was born on the 24th of December

Died: Durand, David a very eloquent French protcstant preacher at the Savoy in London

Died: Dyer, John an English poet

“Manuel geographe,” Expilli, John Joseph a French writer

“Diatribe qua bibliographies antiquarise et sacrae critices capita aliquot illustrantur,” Fabricy, Gabriel a French Dominican

“Gaiathee,” Florian, John Peter Claris De a very popular French writer

“Lemons elementaires d'histoire naturelle et de chimie,” Fourcroy, Anthony Francis an eminent French chemist

Died: Francois, Laurence a French abbé and very useful writer

“Philosophical Tracts,” Frisi, Paul a very eminent philosopher and mathematician

“Letters of a Peruvian Princess,” Grafigny, Frances D'Isembourg D'Happoncourt, Dame De a French lady of literary reputation

Died: Hamel Du Monceau, Henry Lewis Du an eminent French writer on rural ceconomy and vegetable physiology

“Letters to Lady Frances Shirley,” Hervey, James an English divine of exemplary piety and virtue

Died: Home, Henry usually called Lord Kames

“Guide” Lanzi, Lewis an able Italian antiquary

“De serificio civium bologmensium libellus singularis,” Lassala, Manuel a Spanish Ex-jesuit

Died: Mangey, Thomas a learned English divine

“L‘age d’or,” Marechal, Peter Sylvanus a miscellaneous French writer

Died: Margraf, Andrew Sigismond a celebrated chemist

“Ode to Mr. Pitt,” Mason, William a distinguished poet and divine of the last century

Died: Monckton, Hon. Robert great grandson of the preceding

“Rape of the Seraglio,” Mozart, John Chrysostom Wolfgang Theophilus an eminent musician

“Idomeneo,” Mozart, John Chrysostom Wolfgang Theophilus an eminent musician

“Dialogues of the Dead with the Living,” Parsons, Philip an English divine

“Curialia; or an historical account of some branches of the Royal Household,” Pegge, Samuel son of the preceding

Died: Pellerin, Joseph famous for his collection of medals

“History of Hinckley,” Percy, Thomas a late learned prelate

“A Treatise on the study of Antiquities,” Pownall, Thomas a gentleman of considerable learning and political knowledge

“A Memorial addressed to the Sovereigns of America,” Pownall, Thomas a gentleman of considerable learning and political knowledge

“Sketches of the progress of Botany in England.” Pulteney, Richard a distinguished botanist and able physician

“Psyche,” Ridley, Dr. Gloster a learned divine

“On Culinary Poisons.” Robertson, Joseph a learned English divine and miscellaneous writer

Died: Romaine, William an English divine and writer of great popularity

“Digest of the Highway Laws.” Scott, John a poet of considerable genius

Died: Simpson, Thomas professor of mathematics in the king’s academy at Woolwich

Died: Torre, John Maria De La a celebrated philosopher

“Observations on the three first volumes of the History of English Poetry, in a familiar letter to the author,” Warton, Thomas the historian of English poetry

“A Plan of Association on Constitutional Principles” Williams, David a literary and religious projector of some note (17381816)

Died: Wilson, Richard a very distinguished artist of the last century

“De morbis quibusdam commentarii,” Wintringham, Clifton an eminent physician

“Euripides” Wodhull, Michael the first translator into English verse of all the tragedies and fragments of Euripides which are extant

1783

Died: Alembert, John Le Rond D' an eminent French philosopher

“Histoire de Sainte Reine d‘Alise, et de I’abbaye de Flavigny,” Ansart, Andrew Joseph a French historian

“Les deux seigneurs, ou l'Alchymiste,” Anson, Peter Hubert a miscellaneous French writer

“Institutiones Juris Belgici,” Arntzenius, John Henry son of John Arntzenius

“Catalogus historico-criticus Romanarum editionum saeculi 15.” Audiffredi, John Baptist an able astronomer and mathematician

“History of the Corruption of Christianity,” Badcock, Samuel an English divine

“Elenchus Fungorum,” Batsch, Augustus John George Charles a learned contributor to the science of Botany

“Dissertations Moral and Critical, on Memory and Imagination; on Dreaming; the Theory of Language; on Fable and Romance; on the Attachments of Kindred; and Illustrations on Sublimity,” Beattie, James LL. D. an eminent philosopher

“Symbolse litterariae Duisburgenses ad incrementum scientiarum a. variis amicis amice collatae, ex Haganis factre Duisburgenses,” Berg, John Peter a learned divine

Died: Berry, William an ingenious Scotch artist

“De I'electricité des vegetaux,” Bertholon, De St. Lazare a French philosopher

“Preuves de l'efficacité des paratonneres,” Bertholon, De St. Lazare a French philosopher

Died: Bertier, Joseph Stephen of the oratory

Died: Besplas, Joseph Mary Anne Gros De doctor of the Sorbonne

Died: Betham, Edward, B. D. an English divine

Died: Bezout, Stephen a celebrated French mathematician

Died: Bodmer, John James a voluminous writer

“Essai sur l‘histoire chronologique de plus de quatrevingts peuples de l’antiquité,” Borde, John Benjamin De La a French historical and miscellaneous writer of considerable fame

“Epistolary Correspondence,” Boyle, Charles earl of Orrery

“Table chronologique des diplomes, chartes, et titres relatifs a i'histoire de France,” Brequigny, Lewis George, Oudard De Feudrix a learned member of the French academy

Died: Brooke, Henry an amiable and ingenious writer

Died: Browne, Moses vicar of Olney in Buckinghamshire

“Aristophanis Comcediae ex optimis exemplaribus emendatae,” Brunck, Richard Francis Frederick a celebrated Greek scholar and critic

“A circumstantial account of the Commercial Academy of Hamburgh,” Busch, John George an eminent teacher and writer on commerce

Died: Colle, Charles secretary and reader to the duke of Orleans

“Essay on Military Eclogues,” Cordara, Junus Caesar a learned Italian Jesuit

“The Mysterious Husband” Cumberland, Richard a late dramatic and miscellaneous writer

“De Aris et Lapidibus Votivis ad Neomagum et Sanctenum effosis,” Cuper, Gisbert a learned philologist

“Account of the Loss of the Grosvenor,” Dalrymple, Alexander an eminent hydrographer

“Reflections on the present State of the East India Company,” Dalrymple, Alexander an eminent hydrographer

“A short account of the Gentoo Mode of collecting the Revenues on the Coast of Coromandel,” Dalrymple, Alexander an eminent hydrographer

Died: Dandre-Bardon, Michael Francis one of the professors of the academy of painting

“Memoires pour serrir a l‘histoire du siege de Gibraltar, par l’auteur des batteries flottantes,” Darci

“The Seducer convicted on his own Evidence,” De Courcy, Richard vicar of St

“History of the Flagellants; or, Memorials of Human Superstition,” De Lolme, John Louis a political writer of great abilities

“Voyage aux Isles de Lipari,” Dolomieu, Deodati-Guy-Silvain-Tancred Gratet De a very able mineralogist

Died: Dunning, John

“Annales Politiques,” Du Pan, James Mallet a political writer of much note in France and England

“Institutes of Natural Philosophy,” Enfield, William a dissenting divine of great learning and amiable character (17421797)

Died: Espagnac, John Baptist Joseph De Sahuguet Damarzil, Baron D' a writer on military affairs

“Lettera del sig. abate Eximeno al R. P. M. Fr. Tommaso Maria Memachi sopra Popinione del sig. abate Andres, intorno alia litteratura ecclesiastica de' secoli barbari,” Eximeno, Anthony a Spanish ex-jesuit

“Remarks on the Appendix of the Editor of Rowley’s Poems, printed at the end of Observations on the Poem attributed to Rowley by Rayner Hickford, esq.” Fell, John a dissenting minister of considerable learning

Died: Filangieri, Gaetano a celebrated Italian political writer

“Scienza della Legislatione,” Filangieri, Gaetano a celebrated Italian political writer

Died: Flaust, John Baptiste

Died: Foggini, Peter Francis a learned Italian ecclesiastic

“Cursory Remarks on a late fanatical publication entitled a Full Detection of Popery,” Geddes, Alexander a Roman catholic divine

Died: Gorter, John De a physician

Born: Herbin, Augustus Francis Julian an able Oriental scholar

“Orlando Furioso” Hoole, John a dramatic poet and translator

“Letters to Dr. Horsley, in answer to his animadversions on the ‘ History of the Corruptions of Christianity:’ with an additional evidence that the primitive Christian church was Unitarian,” Horsley, Samuel a very learned and highly distinguished prelate

Died: Howard, Samuel Mus. D. was brought up in the king’s chapel

“Nummorum veterurn populorum & urbium qui in museo Guliehni Hunter asservantur descriptio figuris illustrata. Opera & studio Caroli Combe, S. R. & S. A. Soc. Londini,” Hunter, William, M. D. an eminent anatomist and physician

Died: Isla, Joseph Francis De L' was a Spanish Jesuit who on the suppression of his order

“Rites and Ceremonies of the Jews,” Levi, David a learned Jew

Died: Lorry, Anne-Charles a learned French physician

Died: Marmontel, John Francis one of the most distinguished French writers of the eighteenth century

“Translation of Du Fresnoy’s Art of Painting,” Mason, William a distinguished poet and divine of the last century

Died: Moser, George Michael an artist of much reputation and amiable character

Died: Nares, James doctor of music

Died: Oliveyra, Francis Xavier De knight of the military order of Christ

“Journey from Chester to London.” Pennant, Thomas an eminent traveller

Died: Percy, Thomas a late learned prelate

“Memoirs of the Marquis of Pombal,” Pombal, Sebastian Joseph Carvalho marquis of

“Further Remarks on the useless State of the lower Limbs in consequence of a Curvature of the Spine” Pott, Percival an English surgeon of the highest eminence (17131788)

“Memorial addressed to the Sovereigns of Europe and the Atlantic,” Pownall, Thomas a gentleman of considerable learning and political knowledge

“Six Discourses,” Priolo, Benjamin in Latin Priolus

“The Progress of Refinement, a poem, in three parts,” Pye, Henry James a late English poet

Died: Randolph, Thomas archdeacon of Oxford

“De Grsecae Linguae Studio Prselectio habita in Schola Linguarum,” Randolph, John the late bishop of London (?–1813)

“Petites maisons du Parnasse,” Reigny, Louis Abel Beffroi commonly called Cousin Jaques

“Les Confessions de J. J. Rousseau, suivies des Reveries du Promeneur Solitaire,” Rousseau, John James an eccentric genius of our own times

Died: Swift, Deane a near relation to the celebrated dean of St

Died: Traill, Robert an eminent divine of the church of Scotland

“The Poetical remains of James I. of Scotland, consisting of the King’s Q.uair in six cantos, and * Christ’s kirk of the green,' to which is prefixed a dissertation on the life and writings of king James,” Tytler, William an ingenious writer on historical and miscellaneous subjects

Died: Wargentin, Peter knight of the order of the polar star

Died: Watson, John the historian of Halifax

“A Letter to archbishop Cornwallis on the Church Revenues,” Watson, Richard a late eminent and learned prelate

Died: Wray, Daniel a man of taste and learning

1784

“The Life of St. Paul the Apostle,” Addington, Stephen a dissenting clergyman

“Supplements to Jcecher’s Dictionary of Literary Men,” Adelung, John Christopher a learned German grammarian (?–1806)

“Arenarius, a treatise on numbering the sand.” Anderson, George a young man of extraordinary talents

“Histoire de S. Fiacre,” Ansart, Andrew Joseph a French historian

“Bibliotheque litteraire du Maine,” Ansart, Andrew Joseph a French historian

Died: Arnaud, Francis a French miscellaneous writer of considerable note

“T. Hemsterhusii et Valckenarii Orationes,” Arnaud, George D' a learned critic (17111740)

“An Analysis of a course of Lectures on the principles of Natural Philosophy, read in the university of Cambridge, by G. A. &c.” Atwood, George an eminent mathematician

“Introduzione alia storia naturale e alia Geografia fisica di Spagna,” Azara, Don Joseph Nicolas D' a Spanish statesman and writer

“Le Manage de Figaro,” Beaumarchais, Peter Augustin Caron De a French dramatic writer of modern celebrity

“Translation of Spailanzani’s dissertations on Natural History,” Beddoes, Thomas a gentleman of Welch extraction

“Notes to a translation of Bergman’s Physical and Chemical Essays,” Beddoes, Thomas a gentleman of Welch extraction

Died: Benezet, Anthony an American philanthropist

Died: Bergius, Bengts brother of the preceding

Died: Bergman, Sir Torbern a celebrated chemist and natural philosopher

“Des avantages que la physique et les arts peuvent retirer des aerostats,” Bertholon, De St. Lazare a French philosopher

Died: Bexon, Gabriel-Leopold-Charles-Ame' a French miscellaneous writer

Died: Bigland, Ralph garter principal king at arms

“Varietes morales et amusantes,” Blanchet, Francis a French abbé of considerable talents and amiable character

“On the German language and literature,” Blankenburg, Christian Frederic De a German writer of some note

“Select Works of the Emperor Julian,” Bleterie, John Philip Rene De La was born at Rennes

“Natural history of foreign Fishes,” Bloch, Mark Eliezer an eminent naturalist

“Theorie du mouvernent elliptujue et de la figure de terre,” Bochart De Saron, John Baptist Gaspard a liberal patron of learning

“Paedobaptism examined, on the principles, concessions, and reasonings of the most learned Psedobaptists,” Booth, Abraham a pious and popular dissenting minister of the Baptist persuasion

Died: Brown, John a Scotch artist

“G-nomici Poetae Graeci,” Brunck, Richard Francis Frederick a celebrated Greek scholar and critic

“The Thoughts of a Cosmopolite on Air Balloons,” Brunswick-Oels, Frederick Augustus, Duke Of a general of infantry in the Prussian army

Died: Burns, Robert an eminent modern poet of Scotland

“Observations et Jugemens sur plusieurs matieres du droit civil et coutumier,” Calonne, Charles Alexander De an eminent but unfortunate French minister

“Descrizione del terribile Terremoto de' 5. Febraro 1783, che afflisse la Sicilia, distrtisse Messina, e gran parte della Calabria, diretta alle Reale Accademia di Bordeaux, Poesia del Pensante Peloritano,” Castello, Gabriel Lancelot an eminent Italian antiquary

Died: Chapman, John was the son of the rev

“Lectures on the Practice of Medicine,” Cullen, William one of the most eminent physicians of the last century

Died: Cullum, Sir John an accomplished antiquary

“The Letters of Marius, or reflections upon the Peace, the East India Bill, and the present crisis,” Day, Thomas a poetical and miscellaneous writer

Died: Desbois, Francis Alexander Aubert De La Chesnaie a laborious Dictionary maker

“Diary,” Dodington, George Bubb

“Thoughts on the Proceedings of Government respecting the Trade of the West India islands with the United States of America,” Edwards, Bryan the very able and accurate historian of the West Indies

Died: Evans, Thomas a bookseller of London

“Memoires et observations pour servir de suite aux elemens de chimie,” Fourcroy, Anthony Francis an eminent French chemist

Died: Francklin, Thomas chaplain in ordinary to his majesty

Died: Frisi, Paul a very eminent philosopher and mathematician

Died: Gentleman, Francis a dramatic and poetical writer of the minor order

“Two Introductory Lectures to his last course of Anatomical Leetures,” Harvey, William an eminent English physician

“Theoria generationis et fructificationis plant arum cryptogamicarum Linnaet,” Hedwig, John a celebrated botanist

Died: Hermann, John professor of botany and the materia medica at Strasburgh

Died: Hone, Nathaniel was born in Dublin in 1767

“Letters from the archdeacon of St. Alban’s in Reply to Dr. Priestley, with an Appendix, containing short strictures on Dr. Priestley’s Letters, by an unknown hand,” Horsley, Samuel a very learned and highly distinguished prelate

“Letters to the archdeacon of St. Alban’s” Horsley, Samuel a very learned and highly distinguished prelate

“Observations on the late Contests in the Royal Society,” Kippis, Andrew an eminent dissenting divine and biographer

Died: Macquer, Joseph brother to the preceding

“Critical Disquisition” Masius, Andrew born in 1516

“an ancient painting on glass, representing the pedigree of the Stewart family.” Masters, Robert a divine and antiquary

“Supplementa ad Lexicon Hebraicum,” Michaelis, John David a celebrated biblical critic

“Grammatica Syriaca,” Michaelis, John David a celebrated biblical critic

“Explanation of the Epistle to the Hebrews,” Michaelis, John David a celebrated biblical critic

Died: Morand, John Francis Clement son of the preceding

Died: Morell, Thomas an able classical scholar and editor

“A learned Letter of Ockley’s to Mr. W. Wotton is printed among the” Ockley, Simon an eminent Orientalist

“Critical Disquisitions; containing some remarks, 1. on Masius’s edition of the Book of Joshua, and, 2. on Origen’s celebrated Hexapla,” Owen, Henry a learned English divine

“Simplicity,” Parsons, Philip an English divine

“Telephus,” Pechmeja, John De a man of letters in France

“Gorgias” Plato the most illustrious of the Greek philosophers

Died: Pompignan, John James Le Franc marquis of

Died: Pownall, Thomas a gentleman of considerable learning and political knowledge

“Shooting, a poem,” Pye, Henry James a late English poet

“Saggi sul ristabilimento clelP antica arte de‘ Greci, e de’ Romani Pittori,” Requeno, Vlncente a learned Spanish Jesuit

Died: Rogers, Charles an antiquary

“Annales sacri,” Sanchez, Peter Anthony a learned Spanish ecclesiastic

“Medical Communications,” Willan, Robert a learned physician

Died: Wynne, Edward a learned barrister and law-writer

“The phendmena of Sounds and Musical Strings,” Young, Matthew the very learned bishop of Clonfert and Kilmacduacb

“An Exposition of Christian Doctrine, as taught in the Protestant Churches of the United Brethren, or `Unitas Fratrum.' Written in German by Augustus Gottleib Spangenberg. and translated (with a Preface) by Benjamin La Trobe,” Zinzendorf, Nicholas Lewis count de

1785

“Dictionnaire de la Provence et du Comtat Venaissin,” Achard, Claude Francis a French physician

“A treatise on the German Style,” Adelung, John Christopher a learned German grammarian (?–1806)

“History of Human Folly, or he Lives of the most celebrated Necromancers, Alchymists, Exorcists, Diviners, &c.” Adelung, John Christopher a learned German grammarian (?–1806)

“Discours prononcé a la seance de la societé d'agriculture de Lyon,” Albon, Claude Camille, Francois Count D' a descendant of the preceding

“Eloge de Count de Gebelin,” Albon, Claude Camille, Francois Count D' a descendant of the preceding

“Memorie de gli architetti,” Algardi, Alexander a sculptor and architect of Bologna

Born: Alletz, Pons Augustin a French advocate (17021785)

“Flora Pedemontana, sive enumeratio methodica stirpium indigenarum Pedemontii,” Allioni, Charles a celebrated Piedmontese physician

“An account of the present state of the Hebrides and Western Coasts of Scotland; being the substance of a report to the Lords of the Treasury,” Anderson, James LL. D. an eminent agricultural writer

“Revoluzioni del teatro musicale Italiano, dalla sua origine, fino al presente,” Arteaga, Stephen a learned writer on music and poetry

“Works of Lysias,” Auger, Athanasius a distinguished French critic

Died: Belchier, John was born in the year 1706

“Elemens d‘Algebre d’Euler,” Bernoulli, John the grandson of the preceding John

“Apologues et contes orientaux,” Blanchet, Francis a French abbé of considerable talents and amiable character

“Ichthyology, or the natural history of Fishes,” Bloch, Mark Eliezer an eminent naturalist

Died: Brett, John a naval officer

“Phaedri Fabularum, lib. v. cum notis et suppl. access. Parallela J. de la Fontaine Fabulse,” Brotier, Gabriel an eminent classical scholar and editor

“Brumoy’s Theatre,” Brotier, Gabriel an eminent classical scholar and editor

“Virgilius,” Brunck, Richard Francis Frederick a celebrated Greek scholar and critic

Died: Burigny, Levesque De was born at Rheims in 1691

Died: Burn, Richard an eminent law-writer

“The History and Practice of Aerostation,” Cavallo, Tiberius an ingenious philosopher

Died: Chabrit, Peter member of the supreme council of Bouillon

“Of the French monarchy and its laws,” Chabrit, Peter member of the supreme council of Bouillon

Died: Cipriani, John Baptist an eminent artist

Died: Cochran, William a Scotch artist

Died: Courtivron, Gaspard Le Compassed De Crequi, Marquis De chevalier de Saint-Louis

“The British Essayists.” Cumberland, Richard a late dramatic and miscellaneous writer

“Postscript to Mr. Dairy mple’s account of the Gentoo Mode of collecting the Revenues on the Coast of Coromandel, being, Observations made on a perusal of it by Moodoo Kistna,” Dalrymple, Alexander an eminent hydrographer

“Extracts from Juvenilia, or Poems by George Wither,” Dalrymple, Alexander an eminent hydrographer

“Conseil de Guerre prive, sur revenement de Gibraltar en 1782,” Darci

Died: Davies, Thomas a man of considerable talents

“A Dialogue between a justice of peace and a farmer,” Day, Thomas a poetical and miscellaneous writer

Died: Dodwell, William was born at Shottesbrooke

“Addresses to the Deity,” Fordyce, James a dissenting clergyman of considerable eminence

“L‘art de connoitre et d’employer les medicamens dans les maladies qui attaquent le corps humain,” Fourcroy, Anthony Francis an eminent French chemist

“Entomologia Parisiensis” Fourcroy, Anthony Francis an eminent French chemist

“A Reply to Mr. Gibbon’s Vindication, &c. containing a review of the errors still retained in these chapters. By James Chelsum, D. D. &c.” Gibbon, Edward an eminent English historian

Died: Gibbons, Thomas a pious dissenting divine

“Essays historical and moral,” Gregory, George a divine and miscellanebus writer

“A Treatise on ancient Armour and Weapons,” Grose, Francis an eminent English antiquary

“A Classical Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue,” Grose, Francis an eminent English antiquary

Died: Grosley, Peter John a French antiquary and polite writer

“Teatro Hespanol,” Huerta, Vincent Garica De La a Spanish poet and critic

Died: Koenig, Dr. John Gerard a botanist and disciple of Linnæus

Died: Leland, Thomas a learned uivine and translator

“Histoire de Russie,” Levesque, Peter Charles a learned French writer

Died: Mably, Gabriel Bonnot, Abbe' De a celebrated French political and miscellaneous writer

Died: Mendelsohn, Moses a Jewish philosophical writer

“Observations on our Lord’s conduct as a divine Instructor, and on the excellence of his moral character.” Newcome, William an eminent prelate

Died: Oglethorpe, James Edward a distinguished English officer

Died: Pigalle, John Baptist one of the most celebrated sculptors that France has produced

“Landscapes in Verse, taken in Spring,” Pratt, Samuel Jackson a poet and miscellaneous writer (17491814)

“Inquiry into the Human Mind;” Reid, Thomas a Scotch divine

“Les Lunes,” Reigny, Louis Abel Beffroi commonly called Cousin Jaques

“Notices sur le traite manuscrit de Galeotto Martio, intitule De Excelientibus,” Rive, John Joseph a French writer

Died: Runciman, Alexander a Scotch painter

“Chronological View of the Roman Laws,” Schomberg, Alexander Crowcher a learned English clergyman

“Critical Essays” Scott, John a poet of considerable genius

“Select Papers,” Sharp, John a learned and worthy prelate

“Observationes rnedicinales de febribus intermittentibus,” Strack, Charles a very skilful German physician and writer

Died: Thomas, Antony, Leonard a member of the French academy

“Devotional poetry vindicated against Dr. Johnson,” Turner, Daniel a dissenting minister of the baptist persuasion

“Rhetorical Grammar,” Walker, John author of some valuable and popular works on the English language

Born: White, Henry Kirke an amiable and ingenious poet (?–1806)

Died: Witchell, George a good astronomer and mathematician

“Account of the Scarlet Fever and Sore Throat” Withering, William an able physician and botanist

Died: Woollett, William one of the most eminent of modern engravers in England

1786

“Medical Cautions for the consideration of Invalids, those especially who resort to Bath,” Adair, James Makittrick a physician

“Novum Testamentum, ad codicem Vindobonensem Græce expressum: varietatem lectionis addidit Franc. C. Alter.” Alter, Francis Charles a German classical scholar critic

“La Vie de Gregoire Cortez, Benedictine, eveque d'Urbin, et cardinal,” Ansart, Andrew Joseph a French historian

“A Discourse upon the commencement of the Academy,” Barnes, Thomas a learned dissenter

Died: Beckwith, Thomas an ingenious artist and antiquary

“Translation of Scheele’s Chemical Essays,” Beddoes, Thomas a gentleman of Welch extraction

Died: Beguillet, Edmund an advocate of the parliament of Dijon

“Anti-Lucrece en vers Francais,” Berardier De Bataut, Francis Joseph a doctor of the Sorbonne

“Physical and Chemical essays,” Bergman, Sir Torbern a celebrated chemist and natural philosopher

“De l'eau la plus propre a la vegetation,” Bertholon, De St. Lazare a French philosopher

Died: Blackburne, John esq. of Orford

“A supplement to Sulzer’s Universal Theory of the Fine Arts,” Blankenburg, Christian Frederic De a German writer of some note

“The Sign given to Ahaz, a discourse on Isaiah vii. 14, 15, 16, delivered in the church of St. John, Devizes, at the triennial visitation of Shute, lord bishop of Sarum, July 26, 1786 with a proposed emendation of a passage in his dissertation on Daniel,” Blayney, Benjamin an eminent Hebrew critic

Died: Bock, Frederic Samuel professor of divinity and Greek in the university of Konigsberg

“Tolondron. Speeches to John Bowie, about his edition of Don Quixote,” Bowle, John an ingenious scholar

“Sophoclis qua; extant omnia, cum veterum Grammaticorum scholiis,” Brunck, Richard Francis Frederick a celebrated Greek scholar and critic

“A Discourse on taking the oath, Oct. 2, 1786,” Brunswick-Oels, Frederick Augustus, Duke Of a general of infantry in the Prussian army

“Cautions concerning Cold-bathing, and drinking Mineral-waters,” Buchan, William a medical writer of great popularity

Died: Chais, Charles an eminent protestant divine

Died: Clarke, Edward son to the preceding

“Eair State of the Case between the East India Company and the Owners of Ships now in their service; to which are added, Considerations on Mr. Brough’s Pamphlet, concerning East India Shipping,” Dalrymple, Alexander an eminent hydrographer

“Considerations sur l'influence du genie de Vauban dans la balance des forces de Petat,” Darci

“Lettres sur l'astronome pratique,” D'Argonne

Died: Dinouart, Anthony Joseph Toussaint canon of the chapter of St

“Crown Circuit Companion;” Dogherty, Thomas an eminent special pleader and law writer

Died: Edmondson, Joseph Mowbray herald extraordinary

“Poems,” Fordyce, James a dissenting clergyman of considerable eminence

“Collection of Royal and Noble Wills.” Gough, Richard the Camden of the eighteenth century

“Military Antiquities being a History of the English Army from the Conquest to the present Time,” Grose, Francis an eminent English antiquary

“The History of Dover Castle, by the rev. William. Darell,” Grose, Francis an eminent English antiquary

Died: Guettard, John Stephen a French physician and botanist

“Characters of the Kings and Queens of England,” Holt, John a miscellaneous writer of considerable merit (?–1801)

“A new experiment for the prevention of crimes,” Holwell, John Zephaniah a learned English gentleman

“A treatise on the Venereal Disease,” Hunter, John younger brother of Dr

“Observations on certain Parts of the Animal QEconomy,” Hunter, John younger brother of Dr

Died: Jebb, Sir Richard, Bart. son of the preceding

Died: Jones, Griffith who deserves a place in the catalogue of English writers for having first introduced the numerous and popular little books for the amusement and instruction of children

“Memoirs” Ireland, John author of the “Illustrations of Hogarth

“Prolegomena for future Metaphysics, which are to be considered as a science.” Kant, Immanuel a German writer

Died: Keppel, Augustus a celebrated English admiral

“Ancient Scotish Poetry,” Maitland, Sir Richard a cultivator and preserver of Scotch poetry

“Seneca’s Epistles,” Morell, Thomas an able classical scholar and editor

“Schauspiel Director,” Mozart, John Chrysostom Wolfgang Theophilus an eminent musician

Died: Parsons, James an excellent physician and polite scholar

“Fables Egyptiennes et Greques devoilees,” Pernety, Anthony Joseph was born Feb. 15

“Proposal for founding University Professorships for Architecture, Painting, and Sculpture,” Pownall, Thomas a gentleman of considerable learning and political knowledge

“Miscellanies,” Pratt, Samuel Jackson a poet and miscellaneous writer (17491814)

“Armida,” Sarti, Joseph a sweet

“Some Thoughts on Common Sense,” Skelton, Philip . a worthy and learned clergyman of Ireland

“Nova theoria pleuritidis,” Strack, Charles a very skilful German physician and writer

Died: Thompson, Edward a miscellaneous writer of no great fame

“Venantii opera omnia quae extant, post Browerianam editionetn mine recens novis addiiamentis aucta, not. et scholiis illustr. opera Mich-Ange Luchi,” Venantius a Christian poet of the sixth century

“Inquiry into the original State and Formation of the Earth;” Whitehurst, John an ingenious English philosopher

1787

Died: Abel, Charles Frederick an eminent musician

“Description historique, geographique, et topographique de la Provence et du Comtat Yenaissin,” Achard, Claude Francis a French physician

“A philosophical and medical sketch of the Natural History of the Human Body and Mind,” Adair, James Makittrick a physician

“La vraie maniere d'apprendre une Langue quelconque, vivante ou morte, par le moyen de la langue Française,” Adam, Nicolas a French grammarian

“A defence of the Constitution of Government of the United States of America,” Adams, John late president of the United States of America

“Treatise on German Orthography,” Adelung, John Christopher a learned German grammarian (?–1806)

“Vie du marechal Villars, ecrite par lui-meme, suivie du journal de la cour de 1724 a 1734,” Anquetil, Lewis-Peter a French historian

Died: Astley, John an artist

“History of India and Oriental Astronomy,” Bailly, John Sylvanus an eminent French astronomer

Died: Baron, Hyacinth Theodore

“An introduction to the knowledge and history of Vegetables,” Batsch, Augustus John George Charles a learned contributor to the science of Botany

Died: Baylis, William one of the physicians to the king of Prussia

“Not so many as your majesty.” Baylis, William one of the physicians to the king of Prussia

“Memoire en reponse a celui de Guillaume Kornmann,” Beaumarchais, Peter Augustin Caron De a French dramatic writer of modern celebrity

“Tarare,” Beaumarchais, Peter Augustin Caron De a French dramatic writer of modern celebrity

“Discours sur le Manage des Protestants,” Bergier, Nicolas Sylvester a French writer of considerable note

Died: Berkeley, George an eminent and learned prelate

“De la mesure du temps,” Berthoud, Ferdinand an eminent French marine clock-maker

Died: Bouvart, Michael Philip physician and doctor regent of the faculty of Paris

Died: Brown, John a clergyman of the church of Scotland

“Terentius,” Brunck, Richard Francis Frederick a celebrated Greek scholar and critic

Died: Buat-Nancay, Louis Gabriel Du chevalier and count of Nanay

“A Treatise on Magnetism, in theory and practice, with original experiments,” Cavallo, Tiberius an ingenious philosopher

“Travels in North- America, in the years 1780, 1781, 1782,” Chastellux, Francis John, Marquis De a marshal in the French army

Died: Cole, Charles Nalson an English lawyer

“Euler’s Letters,” Condorcet, John Antony Nicolas Caritat Mapquis De an eminent French philosopher and mathematician

Died: De Foe, Daniel a voluminous and very ingenious political and miscellaneous writer

“Descriptip nuinmorum Antiochae Syriae, sive specimen artis criticse numerariff,” Eckhel, Joseph Hilary an eminent antiquary and medallist

Died: Egerton, John late bishop of Durham

Died: Essex, Jamks a man whose astonishing knowledge of gothic architecture could only be equalled by his modesty

“Methode de nomenclature chimique proposer par Morveau, &c.” Fourcroy, Anthony Francis an eminent French chemist

“Phytographia,” Gesner, John a canon of Zurich

Died: Gesner, John Matthew a profound scholar and acute critic

“Athenaid” Glover, Richard an English poet

“Select Beauties of Ancient English Poetry,” Headley, Henry a very elegant poet and critic

“Cryptogamia” Hedwig, John a celebrated botanist

“Aves Frisicse,” Heerkens, Gerard Nicholas a native of Groningen

“Appeal,” Horapollo was a grammarian

Died: Horsley, Samuel a very learned and highly distinguished prelate

“Eloge historique de l'abbé Mably,” Levesque, Peter Charles a learned French writer

“Letters to Dr. Priestley,” Madan, Martin a celebrated preacher and writer

Died: Manners, John marquis of Granby

“Defence of his conduct in the affair of the insurrection in Munster,” Olearius, Godfrey the most considerable of a family of learned men of thU name

“A brief account, historical and critical, of the Septuagint Version of the Old Testament. To which is added, A Dissertation on the comparative excellency of the Hebrew and Samaritan Pentateuch,” Owen, Henry a learned English divine

Died: Paley, William a very celebrated English divine

“Notices and Descriptions of Antiquities of the Provincia Romana of Gaul, now Provence, Languedoc, and Dauphiny: with Dissertations on the subjects of which those are exemplars and an Appendix, describing the Roman Baths and Thermae, discovered in 1784, at Badenweiler,” Pownall, Thomas a gentleman of considerable learning and political knowledge

“The Evidence of a future period of Improvement in the State of Mankind, with the means and duty of promoting it, delivered to the supporters of the new Academical Institution among Protestant Dissenters,” Price, Richard an eminent dissenting minister and political writer

“Histoire critique de la Pyramide de Caius Sestius,” Rive, John Joseph a French writer

Died: Robinson, Richard archbishop of Armagh

“Collection of Original Royal Letters,” Rush, Benjamin an eminent American physician

“Giulio Sabino characteristica,” Sarti, Joseph a sweet

“Arcadia*” Sidney, Philip a very accomplished English gentleman (?–1586)

Died: Skelton, Philip . a worthy and learned clergyman of Ireland

Died: Sydenham, Floyer deserves a fuller account than can now be given of a learned and diligent man

“History of Italian Literature,” Tiraboschi, Jerome one of the most valuable Italian writers of the last century

Died: Tyers, Thomas a miscellaneous writer of considerable talents

“Considerations on Parochial Music” Vincent, William the late learned dean of Westminster

“Review of the case of the Protestant Dissenters” Warburton, William an English prelate of great abilities and eminence

1788

Died: Aliamet, James a French engraver

Died: Ambrogi, Antoine Marie an eminent Italian scholar

Died: Anderson, James LL. D. an eminent agricultural writer

“Experiences de Gambais sur les bles noirs ou caries,” Averdy, Clement Charles De L' a French statesman

“Prophet,” Bentley, Richard only son of the preceding (?–1782)

“Collection de tous les voyages faits autour de monde,” Berenger, John Peter a French miscellaneous writer

Died: Betti, Zachary an elegant Italian poet of the last century

“Idées sur la Meteorologie” Black, Joseph one of the most eminent chemical philosophers of the last century

Died: Bowle, John an ingenious scholar

“Marian,” Brooke, Frances whose maiden name was Moore

“A catalogue of its fish.” Browne, Patrick a naturalist of considerable eminence

“Plautus,” Brunck, Richard Francis Frederick a celebrated Greek scholar and critic

Died: Burgh, James a moral and political writer

“De la Musique considereé en elle meme, et dans ses rapports avec la parole, les langues, la poesie, et la theatre,” Chabanon, De a French writer of eminence in polite literature

“Voyage dans les trois royaumes d‘Angleterre, d’Ecosse, et d'Irlande:” Chantreau, Peter Nicholas an ingenious French writer

“Analytical Review” Christie, Thomas an ingenious writer

“Institutes,” Coke, Sir Edward lord chief-justice of England

“Ode on the Superstitions,” Collinson, Peter was an ingenious botanist

“Reflexions sur le commerce des bk-s,” Condorcet, John Antony Nicolas Caritat Mapquis De an eminent French philosopher and mathematician

“A Letter to Arthur Young, esq. on the bill then depending in parliament to prevent the Exportation of Wool,” Day, Thomas a poetical and miscellaneous writer

Died: Desault, Peter Joseph principal surgeon to the Hotel-Diet

“Ars bene valendi,” Desbillons, Francis Joseph Terrasse an elegant Latin poet

Born: Du Paty at first advocate-general

“Letters on Italy,” Du Paty at first advocate-general

“The Elements of Medical Jurisprudence j to which are added, directions for preserving the Public Health,” Farr, Samuel an eminent physician at Taunton

“Analyse chimique de l‘eau sulphureuse d’Enghein, pour servir a l'histoire des eaux sulphureuse en general,” Fourcroy, Anthony Francis an eminent French chemist

“De fructibus et sem'mihus plantarum,” Gærtner, Joseph an eminent botanist

Died: Gainsborough, Thomas an admirable English artist

“Caruien Seculare” Geddes, Alexander a Roman catholic divine

Died: Gib, Adam a Scotch divine of considerable talents and zeal

“Analytical Review,” Godwin, Mary a lady of very extraordinary genius

“Histoire de la Vie privee des Frangais;” Grand, John Baptist Le was born at Amiens

“A Provincial Glossary, with a Collection of local Proverbs and popular Superstitions,” Grose, Francis an eminent English antiquary

“Rules for drawing Caricatures,” Grose, Francis an eminent English antiquary

“Dissertations on the origin, nature, and pursuits of intelligent beings, and on Divine Providence, Religion, and religious Worship,” Holwell, John Zephaniah a learned English gentleman

“Tractatus varii Latini aCrevier, Brotier,” Homer, Henry an excellent classical scholar

“Tacitus de Moribus Germanorum et de Vita Agricolje,” Homer, Henry an excellent classical scholar

“Life and Voyages of captain Cook,” Kippis, Andrew an eminent dissenting divine and biographer

“Ordination Charge,” Kippis, Andrew an eminent dissenting divine and biographer

Died: Lever, Sir Ashton the founder of a valuable museum

“La France sous les cinq premier Valois,” Levesque, Peter Charles a learned French writer

“Recollection of some particulars in the Life of Shenstone,” Lyttelton, Charles third son of sir Thomas

Died: Mann I, Dominic Maria an eminent Italian writer

Died: Mozart, John Chrysostom Wolfgang Theophilus an eminent musician

“An attempt towards an improved version, a metrical arrangement, and an explanation of the Twelve Minor Prophets,” Newcome, William an eminent prelate

Died: Nugent, Robert-Craggs, Earl a nobleman of poetical celebrity

“A Defence of the Conduct and Writings of the rev. Arthur O'Leary, &c. written by himself, in answer to the illgrounded insinuations of the right rev. Dr. Woodward, bishop of Cloyne,” Olearius, Godfrey the most considerable of a family of learned men of thU name

“Annals of ancient German Literature, or an account of books printed in Germany frpm the invention of the art to 1520,” Panzer, George Wolfgang Francis an eminent bibliographer

“Humanity, or the Rights of Nature,” Pratt, Samuel Jackson a poet and miscellaneous writer (17491814)

“Essays on the intellectual Powers of Man;” Reid, Thomas a Scotch divine

“Le Courier des Planetes,” Reigny, Louis Abel Beffroi commonly called Cousin Jaques

Died: Rochefort, William De a modern French writer

Died: Scopoli, John Anthony an eminent naturalist

Died: Shebbeare, John a notorious political writer

Died: Sheridan, Thomas son to the preceding

Died: Smith, Adam the celebrated author of the “Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations

“Emmeline, or the Orphan of the Castle,” Smith, Charlotte an elegant poetess

Died: Thomas, William born in 1670

“Extraits de divers auteurs Grecs a l‘usage de l’ecole militaire,” Vauvilliers, John Francis a French writer of considerable talents

Died: Wesley, John the most celebrated of the family

Died: Zollikofer, George Joachim an eminent German divine

Died: Zuccarelli, Francis a royal academician and an excellent artist

1789

“Unanswerable objections against the Abolition of the Slave-Trade,” Adair, James Makittrick a physician

“Essays on Fashionable Diseases,” Adair, James Makittrick a physician

Died: Adams, William master of Pembroke College

Died: Albon, Claude Camille, Francois Count D' a descendant of the preceding

“Auctuarium ad Flora Pedemontana,” Allioni, Charles a celebrated Piedmontese physician

“Dictionnaire Tatarmantcheou-Français,” Amiot, Father one of the most learned French missionaries in China

Died: Amory, Thomas esq. the son of counsellor Amory

“Observations on Slavery; particularly with a view to its efforts on the British Colonies in the West Indies,” Anderson, James LL. D. an eminent agricultural writer

“Recherches historiques et geographiques sur ITnde,” Anquetil-Duperron, Abraham Hyacinth brother to the preceding

“Petri Artedi Synonymia Piscium,” Artedi, Peter a Swedish physician and naturalist

“An introductory essay to the knowledge of Animals and Minerals,” Batsch, Augustus John George Charles a learned contributor to the science of Botany

Died: Beauzee, Nicholas one of the French academy

Died: Belgrado, James an eminent Italian mathematician

“The Friends, or the benevolent Planters,” Bellamy, Thomas an English miscellaneous writer

Died: Benvenuti, Charles an Italian Jesuit

“Refutation du Contrat Social,” Berthier, William Francis a French writer of considerable note

“New Military Library,” Boehm, Andrew privy- counsellor of the landgrave of Hesse

“Abregè chronologique des principaux faits arrives depuis Henoch jusqu'a. Jesus Christ,” Borde, John Benjamin De La a French historical and miscellaneous writer of considerable fame

“Georgii Fragmentum Graeco-Copto-Thebaicum,” Borgia, Stephen a learned Roman cardinal

Died: Brooke, Frances whose maiden name was Moore

Died: Brotier, Gabriel an eminent classical scholar and editor

“Maximes du gouvernement monarchique,” Buat-Nancay, Louis Gabriel Du chevalier and count of Nanay

Died: Camper, Peter an eminent physician and surgeon

“A Dissertation on the fracture of the patella and olecranon,” Camper, Peter an eminent physician and surgeon

“Traduction libre de trois odes d'Horace,” Cerutti, Joseph Anthony Joachim a French poet and miscellaneous writer

“Miscellanies, philosophical, medical, and moral,” Christie, Thomas an ingenious writer

“Notus in fratres animi paterni.” Cleghorn, George a learned physician

Died: Cleland, John was the son of colonel Cleland

“Plan for promoting the Fur-trade, and securing it to this Country, by uniting the Operations of the East India and Hudson’s Bay Companies,” Dalrymple, Alexander an eminent hydrographer

“Examen detaillté de l'importante question de Putilite des places fortes et retranchments,” Darci

“De la force militaire considered dans ses rapports conservateurs,” Darci

Died: Desbillons, Francis Joseph Terrasse an elegant Latin poet

“Poems” Ebert, John Arnold who was born at Hamburgh Feb. 8

Died: Egede, Hans an enterprising Danish missionary

“Account of his own Mission,” Egede, Hans an enterprising Danish missionary

Died: Ellis, John a miscellaneous writer of some reputation in the last age

“Christ crucified; or the Scripture doctrine of the Atonement, in four discourses,” Evans, Caleb a dissenting minister of the baptist persuasion at Bristol (17371791)

Died: Fougeroux De Bondaroy, Augustus Dennis a learned Frenchman

Died: Galiani, Ferdinand an Italian wit

“Devoirs du prince et du citoyen,” Gebelin, Anthony Court De an eminent French writer of the last century

“Supplement to the Treatise on ancient Armour and Weapons,” Grose, Francis an eminent English antiquary

“Essai sur l‘histoire de Cornices de Rome, des etats generaux de France, et du parlement d’Angleterre,” Gudin, De La Brenellerie, Paul Philip a French writer who attained some share of reputation among the encyclopedists

“Epistles” Homer, Henry an excellent classical scholar

“Sallust. ex cditione Cortii,” Homer, Henry an excellent classical scholar

“De Oratoribus,” Homer, Henry an excellent classical scholar

Died: Jerusalem, John-Frederick William an eminent German divine

“Elemens de Chymie,” Lavoisier, Anthony Lawrence a distinguished chemical philosopher

“I am not ashamed to tell you that I am a Jew by choice, and not because I was born a Jew; far from it; for I am clearly of opinion that every person endowed with ratiocination ought to have a clear idea of the truth of revelation, and a just ground of his faith, as far as human evidence can go.” Levi, David a learned Jew

Died: Lyonet, Peter an eminent naturalist

“Juvenal and Persius,” Madan, Martin a celebrated preacher and writer

Died: Meyer, Jeremiah an excellent miniature painter

Died: Oldmixon, John ridiculed in the Taller by the name of Mr

Died: Olivieri, Hannibal a learned Italian antiquary

“The Modes of Quotation used by the Evangelical writers explained and vindicated,” Owen, Henry a learned English divine

“History of early Printing at Nuremberg to the year 1500,” Panzer, George Wolfgang Francis an eminent bibliographer

“Precis historique de la prise de la Bastille,” Reigny, Louis Abel Beffroi commonly called Cousin Jaques

“Histoirede France pendant trois mois,” Reigny, Louis Abel Beffroi commonly called Cousin Jaques

Died: Ritson, Isaac a young man of very considerable literary talents

Born: Roberts, Barré Charles an ingenious young writer and medallist

“Metrologie, ou Tables pour servir a l‘intelligence des poids et des mesures des anciens d’apres leur rapport avec les poids et les mesures de la France,” Rome De L'Isle, John Baptist Louis a distinguished French mineralogist

“Account of the Influenza,” Rush, Benjamin an eminent American physician

“Summa theologize sacrse,” Sanchez, Peter Anthony a learned Spanish ecclesiastic

“The Naturalist’s Miscellany,” Shaw, George an eminent naturalist

“The Topographer,” Shaw, Steering the historian of Staffordshire

“De diversa. febris continuce remittentis causa,” Strack, Charles a very skilful German physician and writer

“Select Views in Leicestershire, from original Drawings,” Throsby, John a topographical writer

“Essays on important subjects,” Turner, Daniel a dissenting minister of the baptist persuasion

Died: Vernet, Joseph a celebrated French marine painter

“The Natural History and Antiquities of Selborne, in the county of Southampton. In a series of letters to the hon. Daines Barrington and Thomas Pennant, esq.” White, Gilbert an English divine (?–1793)

1790

“Africa, Arab, cum notis; excudi curavit I. G. Kickhorn,” Abulfeda, Ishmael a learned Arabian geographer and historian

“Historia regum Islamiticorum in Abyssinia,” Abulfeda, Ishmael a learned Arabian geographer and historian

“An essay on a Non-descript, or newlyinvented Disease,” Adair, James Makittrick a physician

“Anecdotes of the Life, Adventures, and Vindication of a Medical Character, metaphorically defunct, by Benjamin Goosequill and Peter Paragraph,” Adair, James Makittrick a physician

“Papers drawn up by him and sir John Sinclair, in reference to a report of a committee of the Highland Society on Shetland Wool,” Anderson, James LL. D. an eminent agricultural writer

Died: Ansart, Andrew Joseph a French historian

“Historia della Vida di M. T. Ciceroni,” Azara, Don Joseph Nicolas D' a Spanish statesman and writer

Died: Basedow, John Bernard an author of some merit on the subject of education

“Memoires historiques et politiques sur la Revolution de France,” Basseville, N. I. Hugon De a Frenchman

“L'Eleve de la Nature,” Beurieu, Gaspard Guillard De a French miscellaneous writer

Died: Bergier, Nicolas Sylvester a French writer of considerable note

“Observations surle Divorce,” Bergier, Nicolas Sylvester a French writer of considerable note

Died: Bernard, John Stephen a learned Dutch physician

Died: Blum, Joachim Christian a German poet

Died: Boehm, Andrew privy- counsellor of the landgrave of Hesse

Died: Browne, Patrick a naturalist of considerable eminence

“A Letter to the Patentee, concerning the medical properties of Fleecy Hosiery,” Buchan, William a medical writer of great popularity

“Observations sur les Hopitaux,” Cabanis, Peter John George a French physician of considerable eminence

Died: Cochin, Charles Nicholas son of the preceding artist

“A Letter to a Friend on the Test Act,” Dalrymple, Alexander an eminent hydrographer

“The Spanish Pretensions fairly discussed,” Dalrymple, Alexander an eminent hydrographer

“The Spanish Memorial of 4th June considered,” Dalrymple, Alexander an eminent hydrographer

“Plan for the publication of a Repertory of Oriental Information,” Dalrymple, Alexander an eminent hydrographer

“Reponse aux Memoires de M. de Montalembert, sur la fortification dite perpendiculaire,” Darci

“Lettres a Emilie sur la Mythologie,” Desmoustier, Charles Albert a French dramatic and miscellaneous writer

“Le Siege de Cythere,” Desmoustier, Charles Albert a French dramatic and miscellaneous writer

“Journal de Physique,” Dolomieu, Deodati-Guy-Silvain-Tancred Gratet De a very able mineralogist

“The History and Antiquities of the parish of Lambeth, in the county of Surrey; including biographical anecdotes of several eminent persons; compiled from original records, and other authentic sources of information.” Ducarel, Andrew Coltee an eminent English civilian and antiquary

Died: Epee, Charles Michel De L' a very ingenious and benevolent French abbé

“Sketches of Church History,” Erskine, John an eminent divine of the church of Scotland

Died: Evans, Evan a Welch divine and poet

“Decouvertes des Francois en 1768 et 1769, dans le sud-est de la Nouvelle-Guine,” Fleurieu, Charles Peter Clarel De zm evninmt French hydrographer

Died: Galvani, Lewis from whose name the appellation of Galvanism was given to a supposed new principle in nature

“Review of Dr. Hay’s sermon, entitled, t Thoughts on the Athanasian Creed,' preached April 12, 1790, at the visitation of the archdeacon of Bucks,” Garnham, Rev. Robert Edward an English divine

“A Letter to the right rev. the archbishops and bishops of England; pointing out the only sure means of preserving the church from the dangers that now threaten her. By an Upper Graduate,” Geddes, Alexander a Roman catholic divine

“Epistola macaronica ad fratrem, de iis quo; gesta stint in nupero Dissentientium conventu,” Geddes, Alexander a Roman catholic divine

“Carmen seculare pro Gallica gente tyrannicli aristocraticae erepta,” Geddes, Alexander a Roman catholic divine

Died: Gesner, John a canon of Zurich

“Supplement au Contrat Social,” Gudin, De La Brenellerie, Paul Philip a French writer who attained some share of reputation among the encyclopedists

Died: Guibert, James Antony Hypolitus a French writer on military affairs

“Pliny, ex editione Cortii et Longolii,” Homer, Henry an excellent classical scholar

“Caesar, ex edit. Oudendorp,” Homer, Henry an excellent classical scholar

“Travels.” Ireland, Samuel mentioned in the preceding article

“A. F. Kollarii ad Lambecii commentariorum libros octo, Supplementum liber primus posthumus,” Lambecius, Peter a very learned writer

“A Short Commentary on the Lord’s Prayer; in which an allusion to the principal circumstances of our Lord’s temptation is attempted to be shewn;” Lort, Michael a learned and amiable clergyman

“Letters on Education,” Macaulay, Catherine the name of her second husband

“Observations on the Reflections of the Right Hon. Edmund Burke, oo the Revolution in France, in a letter to the Right Hon. the Earl of Stanhope,” Macaulay, Catherine the name of her second husband

Died: Madan, Martin a celebrated preacher and writer

Died: Magalhaens, John Hyacinth De said to be a lineal descendant

“Memoirs,” Maurepas, John Frederic Phelypeaux, Count Of grandson of the count de Pontchartrain

Died: Mignot, Stephen a learned French canonist

Died: Phillips, Thomas a Roman catholic divine

Died: Pine, John an eminent engraver

Died: Pompei, Jerome an Italian poet and a man of letters

“Sketches of the progress of Botany,” Pulteney, Richard a distinguished botanist and able physician

“Amusement, a poetical essay,” Pye, Henry James a late English poet

“Concio ad Clerum in Synodo Provinciali Cantuariensis Provincial ad D. Pauli,” Randolph, John the late bishop of London (?–1813)

Died: Reed, Joseph a dramatic and miscellaneous writer

“The Tempest,” Romney, George an eminent modern artist

“Emendationes in Suidam,” Suidas author of a celebrated Greek Lexicon

“Nuovo Giornale de‘ Letterati d’ Italia,” Tiraboschi, Jerome one of the most valuable Italian writers of the last century

“Considerations on the Expediency of revising the Liturgy and Articles of the Church of England,” Watson, Richard a late eminent and learned prelate

“Though I cannot forbear to resent the having been dragged into public notice by means of a controversy which has so manifestly a mischievous tendency in every view of it, yet you are at liberty to make any use of this letter (written in haste to gratify your excessive impatience) which may serve to expose malevolence and justify your conduct.” White, Joseph an eminent Oriental scholar

“A Defence of Frederic the Great against the count de Mirabeau” Zimmermann, John George an eminent physician and miscellaneous writer

1791

“Tabulae qusedam Geographicae et alia ejusdem argurnenti specimina, Arabice,” Abulfeda, Ishmael a learned Arabian geographer and historian

“Tabula septima ex Abulfedoe Geographia, Mesopotamiam exhibens, Arabice, cura E. F. C. Rosenmuller, notas adspersit H. E. G. Paulus,” Abulfeda, Ishmael a learned Arabian geographer and historian

“Two Sermons; the first addressed to British seamen, the second to the British West India slaves,” Adair, James Makittrick a physician

Died: Ahlwardt, Peter professor of logic and metaphysics at GreifewaJd

“General view of the variations which have taken place in the affairs of the East India Company since the conclusion of the war in India in 1781,” Anderson, George a young man of extraordinary talents

“The Origin of Arianism disclosed,” Arius the founder of the sect of Arians

Died: Auger, Athanasius a distinguished French critic

Died: Beard, John an English actor and singer

Died: Bergius, Peter Jonas a physician and professor of natural history at Stockholm

Died: Berkenhout, Dr. John an English miscellaneous writer

“Letters on Education, to his son at Oxford,” Berkenhout, Dr. John an English miscellaneous writer

“The Volcanos of ancient and modern times considered physically and mineralogically,” Beroldingen, Francis De an eminent mineralogist

“Journal de sciences miles,” Bertholon, De St. Lazare a French philosopher

Died: Bever, Thomas LL. D. an eminent scholar and civilian

Died: Boyd, Hugh a writer who would scarcely have deserved notice

“Constituent assembly,” Brissot De Warville, James Peter a very active agent in the French revolution

“Instructions for his regiment, &c.” Brunswick-Oels, Frederick Augustus, Duke Of a general of infantry in the Prussian army

“Preface to notes on the Bible,” Bulkley, Charles a protestant dissenting minister

“Journal de la maladie et de la mort de Mirabeau,” Cabanis, Peter John George a French physician of considerable eminence

“A Sketch of the New Constitution of France,” Christie, Thomas an ingenious writer

“Memorial of Alexander Dalrymple,” Dalrymple, Alexander an eminent hydrographer

“Oriental Repertory,” Dalrymple, Alexander an eminent hydrographer

Died: Dalton, Richard brother to the preceding

“Christ Crucified,” De Courcy, Richard vicar of St

Died: Fixlmillner, Placidus an eminent German astronomer

“A Discourse on Pain,” Fordyce, James a dissenting clergyman of considerable eminence

Died: Fourcroy, Charles René De marechal de camp

Died: Hooke, Nathaniel celebrated for a “Roman History

“The Orlando, reduced to twenty-four books, the narrative connected, and the stories disposed in a regular series,” Hoole, John a dramatic poet and translator

“London Practice of Physic.” Hulme, Nathaniel an English physician

“Select critical Remarks upon the English version of the first ten chapters of Genesis.” Hurdis, James an ingenious poet

“A Treatise on the present state of Music,” Jackson, William an eminent musical composer

“An Address delivered at the Interment of Richard Price, D. D. F. R. S. &c.” Kippis, Andrew an eminent dissenting divine and biographer

Died: Macaulay, Catherine the name of her second husband

“Letters to a young Clergyman,” Orton, Job an eminent divine among the dissenters

“De rebus Emanuelis regis invictissimi virtute et auspicio gestis;” Osorio, Jerome a learned Portuguese divine

“Novelliero Italiano,” Parabosco, Jerome an Italian comic writer

“Origin of Arianism disclosed,” Philo, Judæus an ancient Greek writer

“Les Nouvelles Lunes,” Reigny, Louis Abel Beffroi commonly called Cousin Jaques

“Historical Disquisition concerning the knowledge which the Ancients had of India, and the Progress of Trade with that country prior to the discovery of the Cape of Good Hope,” Robertson, William one of the most illustrious names in modern literature

Died: Robinson, Thomas a late eminent divine at Leicester

“L'Esprit des Peres, comparé aux plus celebres ecrivains, sur les matieres interessantes de la philosophie et de la religion,” Rose, John Baptist a worthy French priest

“the passage of Venus over the Sun.” Rose, John Baptist a worthy French priest

“Treatise on the Plague,” Russel, Alexander physician to the English factory at Aleppo

“Gulistan, ou l'empire des roses,” Sadi a celebrated Persian poet and moralist

Died: Serassi, Peter Anthony an Italian biographer

“Nine Sermons on the Beatitudes,” Smith, William a learned English divine and translator

“The History and Antiquities of the ancient town of Leicester,” Throsby, John a topographical writer

Died: Whiston, William an English divine of very uncommon parts and more uncommon learning (16671752)

Died: Wilson, Thomas only surviving son of the preceding

1792

Died: Adam, Nicolas a French grammarian

“Essai d‘un tableau chronologique des evenements cle la guerre, depuis la pair de Munster, jusqu’a celle de. Hubertsbourg,” Alvensleben, Philip Charles Count D' a Prussian statesman

“Observations on the effects of the Coal Duty,” Anderson, James LL. D. an eminent agricultural writer

Died: Arkwright, Sir Richard an eminent improver on English manufactures

“Deliciae Poetarum Italorum,” Balbi, John a Genoese Dominican

“Essays on Botany and vegetable Physiology,” Batsch, Augustus John George Charles a learned contributor to the science of Botany

“La Mere coupable,” Beaumarchais, Peter Augustin Caron De a French dramatic writer of modern celebrity

“A letter to a Lady on the subject of early Instruction, partiticularly that of the poor,” Beddoes, Thomas a gentleman of Welch extraction

“Observations on the nature of demonstrative evidence, with reflections on Language,” Beddoes, Thomas a gentleman of Welch extraction

“Observations on the nature and cure of Calculus, Sea-scurvy, Catarrh, and Fever,” Beddoes, Thomas a gentleman of Welch extraction

“Journal de Physique,” Bernoulli, James who was born at Basil

“Historical, monumental, and genealogical collections, relative to the county of Gloucester,” Bigland, Ralph garter principal king at arms

“A Treatise of Convictions on Penal Statutes; with approved precedents of convictions before justices of the peace, in a variety of cases; particularly under the Game Laws, the Revenue Laws, and the Statutes respecting Manufactures, &c.” Boscawen, William an English miscellaneous writer

“Treatise on the Authenticity of the Scriptures, and the Truth of the Christian Religion,” Bryant, Jacob one of the most learned English scholars of the eighteenth century

Died: Cerutti, Joseph Anthony Joachim a French poet and miscellaneous writer

Died: Chabanon, De a French writer of eminence in polite literature

“The Rights of a Free People,” Charnock, John esq. F. S. A. an ingenious but unfortunate writer

“Eclogss Physicse” Cleanthes a celebrated Greek philosopher

“Henry.” Cumberland, Richard a late dramatic and miscellaneous writer

“On Tetanus and Convulsive Disorders,” Currie, James an eminent physician of Liverpool

“Observations on the more ancient Statutes.” Dodson, Michael an English barrister

“Philosophic chimique,” Fourcroy, Anthony Francis an eminent French chemist

“An (ironical) apology for Slavery,” Geddes, Alexander a Roman catholic divine

“The first book of the Iliad of Homer, verbally rendered into English verse; being a specimen of a new translation of that poet; with critical annotations,” Geddes, Alexander a Roman catholic divine

“L'Avocat du Diable the Devil’s Advocate,” Geddes, Alexander a Roman catholic divine

“The Holy Bible, translation of, vol. I.” Geddes, Alexander a Roman catholic divine

“Poems” Gwilym, David Ap the Ovid of Wales

“Philosophical Works” Hemsterhuis, Tiberius one of the most famous critics of his country

“Anna St. Ives,” Holcroft, Thomas a dramatic and miscellaneous writer and translator

Died: Jones, William a late venerable and pious divine of the church of England

“Accounts of the ten tribes of Israel being in America, originally published by Manasseh Ben Israel,” Ingram, Robert a worthy English divine

“Dictionnaire des arts, de peinture, sculpture, et gravure,” Levesque, Peter Charles a learned French writer

Died: Linley, John an eminent mnsic professor and organist

“The Philosopher’s Opera.” Maclaurin, John, Lord Dreghorn son of the preceding

“A Treatise on the Catarrhous Cough and Vis Vitae.” Mudge, Thomas an eminent mechanist

“Harmony.” Newcome, William an eminent prelate

Died: Porson, Richard a late eminent Greek scholar and most accomplished critic

“Le Consolateur,” Reigny, Louis Abel Beffroi commonly called Cousin Jaques

Died: Rodney, George Brydges a celebrated naval commander

Died: Schnebbelie, Jacob was son of a native of Zurich

Died: Sharp, Thomas a younger son of the preceding

“Life,” Skelton, Philip . a worthy and learned clergyman of Ireland

“Eclogae,” Stobæus, John an ancient Greek writer

Died: Thorpe, John son of the preceding

Died: Townson, Thomas a late very learned divine

“Discourse on the Evangelical History, from the interment to the ascension of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ,” Townson, Thomas a late very learned divine

“Exhortations to loyalty and peace,” Turner, Daniel a dissenting minister of the baptist persuasion

“Free thoughts on the spirit of free inquiry in religion,” Turner, Daniel a dissenting minister of the baptist persuasion

Died: Wilmot, John Eardley a learned lawyer

“An Inquiry into the Prophetic Character of the Romans, as described in Daniel viii. 23 25.” Zouch, Thomas a learned divine

1793

Died: Aiton, William an eminent botanist

“A critical Inquiry into the Life of Alexander the Great, by the ancient historians from the French of the baron de St. Croix; with notes and observations, by sir Richard Clayton, bart.” Alexander The Great king of Macedon

“Thoughts on the privileges and power of Juries; with observations on the present state of the country with regard to credit,” Anderson, James LL. D. an eminent agricultural writer

“Remarks on the Poor Laws in Scotland,” Anderson, James LL. D. an eminent agricultural writer

Died: Andreæ, John Gerard Reinhard a German apothecary of considerable learning and excellent character

“Dissertation on the earths which compose the soil, &c. and their uses in agriculture.” Andreæ, John Gerard Reinhard a German apothecary of considerable learning and excellent character

Died: Barrington, John Shute first lord viscount Harrington (16781734)

“L‘Accord parfait, ou l’Equilibre physique et morale,” Beurieu, Gaspard Guillard De a French miscellaneous writer

Died: Beccaria, Bonesana Mauquis Cæsar a political writer of considerable note

“History of Isaac Jenkins,” Beddoes, Thomas a gentleman of Welch extraction

Died: Bode, John Joachim Christopher a bookseller at Hamburgh

Died: Bollioud-Mermet, Louis a French writer

“The Alteration of the Constitution of the House of Commons, and the inequality of the Land-Tax, considered conjointly,” Brand, John rector of St

Died: Busching, Anthony Frederic an eminent geographer

Died: Calle, John Francis a French mathematician

“Description and use of the Telescopical Mother-of-Pearl Micrometer, invented by T. C.” Cavallo, Tiberius an ingenious philosopher

Died: Cook, Benjamin Mus.D. an eminent organist and contra-puntist

“Parliamentary Reform, as it is called, improper, in the present State of this Country,” Dalrymple, Alexander an eminent hydrographer

“Mr. Fox’s Letter to his worthy and independent Electors of Westminster, fully considered,” Dalrymple, Alexander an eminent hydrographer

“Codices manuscripti theologici Latiui aliarumque occidentis linguarum bibliothecae Palatinse Vindobon.” Denis, Michael an eminent German bibliographer

“History, civil and commercial, of the British Colonies in the West Indies,” Edwards, Bryan the very able and accurate historian of the West Indies

“Miscellaneous Observations on important Theological Subjects,” Edwards, Jonathan president of the college of New Jersey

Died: Fletcher, Abkaham a man of some celebrity and talents

“Englishman.” Fox, Charles James one of the most illustrious statesmen of modern times

Died: Garden, Francis was born at Edinburgh June 24

Died: Goldoni, Charles an eminent modern Italian dramatist

Died: Griffith, Elizabeth a lady once of some note a a writer of novels and plays

Died: Hudson, William one of the earliest Linniean botanists in England

“Transactions of the Society for the Improvement of Medical and Chirurgical Knowledge,” Hunter, John younger brother of Dr

“A short Way to Truth, or the Christian doctrine of a Trinity in Unity, illustrated and confirmed from an Analogy in the Natural Creation.” Hutchinson, John an English autnor

“Dissertations on the Prophecies” Levi, David a learned Jew

“Observation* on the claims of the moderns to some discoveries in chemistry and physiology,” Mazarin, Julius cardinal

“Hudibras,” Nash, Thomas a dramatic poet and satirist of queen Elizabeth’s reign

“Astronomical Almanack,” Nieuwland, Peter professor of mathematics and natural philosophy at Leyden

“Moral Philosophy,” Paley, William a very celebrated English divine

“Annales Typographiei, ab artis inventæ origine ad annum M. D. post Maittairii, Denisii, aliorumque doctissimorum virorum curas in ordinem redacti, emendati et aucti,” Panzer, George Wolfgang Francis an eminent bibliographer

“La Constitution de la Lune,” Reigny, Louis Abel Beffroi commonly called Cousin Jaques

Died: Revickzky, Count Charles a German statesman

Died: Robertson, William one of the most illustrious names in modern literature

“Sermons,” Southgate, Richard a late worthy divine and antiquary

“Letters on the Roman Cloaca at Leicester,” Throsby, John a topographical writer

“Letters religious and moral, addressed to young persons,” Turner, Daniel a dissenting minister of the baptist persuasion

“Prolusiones Juveniles,” Tweddell, John an enterprizing scholar of uncommon talents and

Died: Wallis, John a worthy English divine

“The Wisdom and Goodness of God, in having made both Rich and Poor, a Sermon,” Watson, Richard a late eminent and learned prelate

Died: Webber, John a royal academician

1794

Died: Abel, Frederick Gottfried a physician

Died: Adam, Robert an eminent architect

Died: Almodovar, Duke D' a diplomatic character

Died: Alstroemer, Claude son of the preceding

“New Collection of Poetry,” Alxinger, John Baptist D' a modern German poet

Died: Amiot, Father one of the most learned French missionaries in China

“A practical treatise on Peat Moss, in two essays,” Anderson, James LL. D. an eminent agricultural writer

“A general view of the Agriculture and rural œconomy of the county of Aberdeen; with observations on the means of its improvement. Chiefly drawn up for the Board of Agriculture; in two parts,” Anderson, James LL. D. an eminent agricultural writer

“An account of the different kinds of Sheep found in the Russian dominions, &c. By Dr. Pallas; with five appendixes, by Dr. Anderson,” Anderson, James LL. D. an eminent agricultural writer

“Malagmata hydropica, &c.” Asclepiades an ancient physician

Died: Audiffredi, John Baptist an able astronomer and mathematician

“Specimen historico-criticum editionum Italicarum ssGCuli 15,” Audiffredi, John Baptist an able astronomer and mathematician

Died: Bathurst, Allen earl (16841775)

“Letters from. Dr. Withering, Dr. E wart, Dr. Thornton, &c.” Beddoes, Thomas a gentleman of Welch extraction

“A Guide for self-preservation and parental affection,” Beddoes, Thomas a gentleman of Welch extraction

“A proposal for the improvement of Medicine,” Beddoes, Thomas a gentleman of Welch extraction

Died: Berardier De Bataut, Francis Joseph a doctor of the Sorbonne

“The danger of violent innovations in the state, how specious soever the pretence, exemplified from the reigns of the two first Stuarts,” Berkeley, George, Ll.D. Prebendary Of Canterbury second son of the preceding

Died: Bernis, Francis Joachim De Pierres count of Lyons

“A history of plants used in arts and manufactures,” Boehmer, George Ralph an eminent professor of botany and anatomy in the university of Wittetnberg

Died: Breitkopf, John Gottlieb Immanuel an ingenious printer

Died: Burger, Godfred Augustus a German poet of considerable celebrity in his own country

“Experience and observations,” Busch, John George an eminent teacher and writer on commerce

“Biographia Navalis,” Charnock, John esq. F. S. A. an ingenious but unfortunate writer

“Observations on the Copper-coinage wanted for the Circars. Printed for the use of the East India Company,” Dalrymple, Alexander an eminent hydrographer

“Carmina qusedam,” Denis, Michael an eminent German bibliographer

Died: Dionis Du Sejour, Achilles Peter one of the first French astronomers of the last century

“Propriety’s Pocket Dictionary.” Elphinston, James a miscellaneous writer and schoolmaster

Died: Fenn, Sir John knt. an English antiquary

“Outline of a Commentary on Revelations xi. 114,” Garnham, Rev. Robert Edward an English divine

“A Sermon preached in the chapel of Trinity-college, Cambridge, on Thursday, Dec. 19, 1793, the day appointed for the commemoration of the benefactors to that society,” Garnham, Rev. Robert Edward an English divine

“A Norfolk Tale; or a Journal from London to Norwich,” Geddes, Alexander a Roman catholic divine

“Institutiones Theologies,” Gurtler, Nicolas a learned protestant divine

Died: Harwood, Edward a dissenting clergyman

Died: Heritier, Charles Louis L', De Brutelle an eminent French botanist

Died: Hinchliffe, John a learned English prelate

“Hugh Trevor,” Holcroft, Thomas a dramatic and miscellaneous writer and translator

“History of Knowledge, Learning, and Taste, in Great Britain,” Kippis, Andrew an eminent dissenting divine and biographer

Died: Linguet, Simon Nicholas Henry a French advocate and political writer

“His manners were not of that obtrusive kind by which many men of the second or third order force themselves into notice. A very close observer might have passed many hours in Mr. Mickle’s company, without suspecting that he had ever written a line of poetry. A common physiognomist would have said that he had an unmasked face. Lavater would have said otherwise; but neither his countenance nor manners were such as attract the multitude. When his name was announced, he has been more than once asked if the translator of Camoens was any relation to him. To this he usually answered, with a good-natured smile, that they were of the same family. Simplicity, unaffected simplicity, was the leading feature in his character. The philosophy of Voltaire and David Hume was his detestation. He could not hear their names with temper. For the Bible he had th* highest reverence, and never sat silent when the doctrines or precepts of the Gospel were cither ridiculed or of with contempt.” Mickle, William Julius an ingenious poet

Died: Newland, Peter a Dutch author

Died: North, Frederic, Second Earl Of Guilford more familiarly known as Lord North

Died: Okely, Francis a learned

“Monuments and Painted Glass in upwards of 100 churches, chiefly in the eastern part of Kent,” Parsons, Philip an English divine

Died: Peck, Francis a learned antiquary

Died: Petit, Anthony a celebrated French anatomist

“The Siege of Meaux, a tragedy, in three acts,” Pye, Henry James a late English poet

Died: Roebuck, John an eminent physician and great benefactor to Scotland

“The L^fe of Thomas Ruddiman,” Ruddiman, Thomas a very eminent grammarian and critic

Died: Sanderson, Robert an antiquary of considerable note

“Musei Leveriani explicatio Anglica et Latina, opera et studio Georgii Shaw, M.D. R.S.S. Adduntur figurae eleganter sculptse et coloratas. Irnpensis Jacobi Parkinson.” Shaw, George an eminent naturalist

“Flora Oxoniensis,” Sibthorp, John an eminent botanist and traveller

“Several pieces of poetry,” Turner, Daniel a dissenting minister of the baptist persuasion

Died: Tyson, Michael a learned divine and ingenious artist

Died: Vicq-D'Azir, Felix -D‘Azir

“The Origination of the Greek Verb, an Hypothesis,” Vincent, William the late learned dean of Westminster

“Enquiry into the state of the Population in England and Wales,” Wales, William a mathematician and astronomer of great talents

Died: Witherspoon, John an eminent divine in Scotland and America

1795

Died: Aa, Christian Charles Henry Vander a learned divine of the Lutheran persuasion

Died: Abercromby, Sir Ralph a British officer of great bravery and talents

“Pleasures of Imagination,” Akenside, Mark an English poet and physician

“On an Universal Character. In two letters to Edward Home, esq.” Anderson, James LL. D. an eminent agricultural writer

Died: Anfossi, Pascal an eminent Italian musician

Died: Balguy, Thomas son of the above

“Botany for ladies and amateurs,” Batsch, Augustus John George Charles a learned contributor to the science of Botany

“Memoires a Lerointre de Versailles, ou mes six Epoques,” Beaumarchais, Peter Augustin Caron De a French dramatic writer of modern celebrity

Died: Beurieu, Gaspard Guillard De a French miscellaneous writer

“Brown’s elements of Medicine, with a preface and notes,” Beddoes, Thomas a gentleman of Welch extraction

“Translation from the Spanish, of Gimbernat’s new method of operating on Femoral Hernia,” Beddoes, Thomas a gentleman of Welch extraction

“Outline of a plan for determining the medicinal powers of Factitious Airs,” Beddoes, Thomas a gentleman of Welch extraction

Died: Berkeley, George, Ll.D. Prebendary Of Canterbury second son of the preceding

“Acta Litteraria” Bernard, John Stephen a learned Dutch physician

Died: Bichat, Maria-Francis-Xavier a very celebrated French physician

Died: Bierkander, Claude an able naturalist

Died: Brequigny, Lewis George, Oudard De Feudrix a learned member of the French academy

“Encyclopædia of Mathematics,” Busch, John George an eminent teacher and writer on commerce

Died: Collinson, Peter was an ingenious botanist

Died: Conway, Henry Seymour an English officer and statesman

“The Poor Man’s Friend,” Dalrymple, Alexander an eminent hydrographer

“Considerations militaires et politiques sur les Fortifications,” Darci

“Vite dei Pittori” Dati, Charles professor of polite literature at Florence

Died: Demours, Peter a French physician

Died: Didot, Francis Ambrose an eminent French printer

Died: Ebert, John Arnold who was born at Hamburgh Feb. 8

Died: Ellis, John an eminent naturalist

“A short Essay on the Christian Religion, &c. the whole proposed as a preservative against the pernicious doctrines which have overwhelmed France with misery and desolation. By a sincere friend of mankind, London,” Eyre, Francis a Roman catholic gentleman of Warkworth castle in Northamptonshire

“A Letter to the Rev. Mr. Ralph Churton, &c. from Francis Eyre, of Warkworth, esq.” Eyre, Francis a Roman catholic gentleman of Warkworth castle in Northamptonshire

Died: Farr, Samuel an eminent physician at Taunton

Died: Flexman, Roger, D. D. a dissenting clergyman of considerable learning and industry

Died: Garnier, John James an ingenious French writer

“Ode to the Hon. Thomas Pelham, occasioned by his speech in the Irish House of Commons on the Catholic bill,” Geddes, Alexander a Roman catholic divine

Died: Herbert, William an eminent typographical antiquary

“Remarks on the Statement of Dr. Charles Combe,” Honain an Arabian

“Life” Hurd, Richard an eminent and accomplished prelate

“A Collection of Hymns and Psalms, for public and private Worship,” Kippis, Andrew an eminent dissenting divine and biographer

“The secret Journal of a Self-Observer,” Lavater, John Caspar the celebrated physiognomist

“Thucydides,” Levesque, Peter Charles a learned French writer

Died: Low, George a clergyman of Scotland

“A short account of the parish of Waterbeach, in the diocese of Ely, by a late Vicar,” Masters, Robert a divine and antiquary

“Historia del nuovo Mondo,” Munoz, John Baptist a Spanish historian

Died: Owen, Henry a learned English divine

“Recherches philosophiques, 1. surlesGrecs; 2. sur les Arnericains, les Egyptiens, et les Chinois,” Pauw, Cornelius De a native of Amsterdam

Died: Puy, Louis Du perpetual secretary of the academy of inscriptions and belles lettres

“The War Elegies of Tyrtseus imitated, and addressed to the people of Great Britain with some Observations on the Life and Poems of TyrtEeus,” Pye, Henry James a late English poet

“The Democrat; interspersed with Anecdotes of well-known Characters,” Pye, Henry James a late English poet

“Testament d'un electeur de Paris,” Reigny, Louis Abel Beffroi commonly called Cousin Jaques

Died: Rezzonico, Anthony Joseph, Count an excellent scholar

“Robin Hood; a collection of all the ancient Poems, Songs, affd Ballads, now extant, relative to that celebrated Outlaw. To which are added, Historical Anecdotes of his Life,” Ritson, Joseph a poetical critic and editor

“A serious exhortation to the Inhabitants of Great Britain, with reference to the approaching Fast,” Robinson, Thomas a late eminent divine at Leicester

“An address to the Loyal Leicester Volunteer Infantry,” Robinson, Thomas a late eminent divine at Leicester

“Meidani proverbiorum Arabicorurn pars. Latine vertit et notis illustravit H. A. Scultens. Opus posthumum,” Schultens, Henry Alp.Ert was born Feb. 15

Died: Scott, George Lewis a learned member of the royal society

Died: Southgate, Richard a late worthy divine and antiquary

“Thoughts on the Provincial Corps raised, and now raising, in support of the British constitution at this awful period,” Throsby, John a topographical writer

“The Monitor, or friendly address to the people of Great Britain,” Turner, Daniel a dissenting minister of the baptist persuasion

Died: Ulloa, Don Antonio a celebrated Spanish mathematician

“Two Sermons, preached in the Cathedral Church of Landaff, and a Charge delivered to the Clergy of that Diocese in June 1795,” Watson, Richard a late eminent and learned prelate

Died: Zouch, Thomas a learned divine

“Love and Truth; in two modest and peaceable letters concerning the distempers of the present times. Written from a quiet and conformable citizen of London, to two busie and factious shopkeepers in Coventry; with notes, and a preface by the editor,” Zouch, Thomas a learned divine

“Odes on Peace and War, written by many eminent and distinguished persons,” Zouch, Thomas a learned divine

1796

Died: Allan, David a Scotch portrait and historical painter of the preceding century

“Recueil de voyages au Thibet,” Andrada, Anthony was born about 1580

Died: Arthur, Archibald professor of moral philosophy in the university of Glasgow

Died: Bemmel, Charles Sebastian a landscape painter

Died: Bilguer, John Ulric De a surgeon

“Advice to Hypochondriacs,” Bilguer, John Ulric De a surgeon

Died: Blankenburg, Christian Frederic De a German writer of some note

“A Defence of the pamphlet ascribed to John Reeves, esq. and entitled ‘ Thoughts on the English government,’ addressed to the members of the loyal associations against republicans and levellers,” Brand, John rector of St

“An historical essay on the principles of Political Associations in a state; chiefly deduced from the French, English, and Jewish Histories; with an application of those principles, in a comparative view of the associations of the year 1792, and that recently instituted by the Whig Club,” Brand, John rector of St

“Treatise on the Venereal Disease,” Buchan, William a medical writer of great popularity

“Leonora” Burger, Godfred Augustus a German poet of considerable celebrity in his own country

“Melanges de LitteratureAllemande,” Cabanis, Peter John George a French physician of considerable eminence

Died: Chambers, Sir William an eminent architect

“Papyrus,” Cirillo, Dominick nephew to Nicolas Cirillo

“A collection of English Songs, with an Appendix of Original Pieces,” Dalrymple, Alexander an eminent hydrographer

“Voyage a Barrege et dans les hautes Pyrenees,” Dussaulx, John a French writer of distinguished taste and talents

Died: Earle, William Benson a very munificent benefactor

“Chronological Tables from the reign of Solomon to the death of Alexander the Great,” Falconer, Thomas an English gentleman of extraordinary talents and attainments

“A Sermon preached before the university of Cambridge, by H. W. C(6ulthurst)> D. D. &c.” Geddes, Alexander a Roman catholic divine

“On the properties of the Greek and Latin languages,” Horsley, Samuel a very learned and highly distinguished prelate

“A circular Letter to the diocese of Rochester, on the Scarcity of Corn,” Horsley, Samuel a very learned and highly distinguished prelate

“Considerations on the Utility of the National Debt.” King, Edward a learned and philosophical antiquary

“Vestiges of Oxford Castle or, a small fragment of a work intended to be published speedily, on the history of ancient castles, and on the progress of architecture,” King, Edward a learned and philosophical antiquary

“Dissertations on the Prophecies” Levi, David a learned Jew

Died: Maclaurin, John, Lord Dreghorn son of the preceding

Died: Macpherson, James an author whose fame rests chiefly on his being the editor of Ossian’s poems

“Memoirs of a late eminent Advocate,” Melmoth, William, Esq. a learned and worthy bencher of LincolnVinn

“Wreath,” Moser, George Michael an artist of much reputation and amiable character

“Assize Sermon” Nasmith, James a learned divine and antiquary

“Lenore, a tale, translated from the German of Gottfried Augustus Burger,” Pye, Henry James a late English poet

Died: Raynal, William-Thomas a French writer of considerable

“Descriptive Catalogue,” Remigius Of Auxerre was a learned French Benedictine monk in the ninth century

Died: Rittenhouse, David an American philosopher and mathematician

“De la Medicine expectative,” Sabatier, Raphael - Bienvenu a very eminent French surgeon

“De la Medicine operatoire, ou Des Operations.de Chirurgie qui se pratiquent le plus frequemment,” Sabatier, Raphael - Bienvenu a very eminent French surgeon

“A complete view of the Dresses and Habits of the People of England, from the establishment of the Saxons in Britain to the present time.” Strutt, Joseph an ingenious artist

“The sea-sick Minstrel, or Maritime Sorrows,” Tresham, Henry an excellent artist of the English school

“The Lives of John Donne, sir Henry Wotton, Mr. Richard Hooker, Mr. George Herbert, and Dr. Robert Sanderson; by Isaac Walton; with notes, and the Life of the Author,” Zouch, Thomas a learned divine

1797

Died: Addison, Joseph son of Dr (16721719)

“Dizionario universale critico enciclopedico della lingua Italiana,” Alberti Di Villanova, Francis D' author of the best French and Italian

Died: Alxinger, John Baptist D' a modern German poet

“A practical treatise on draining Bogs and swampy grounds; with cursory remarks on the originality of Ellungton’s mode of Draining,” Anderson, James LL. D. an eminent agricultural writer

“Precis de l'Histoire unirerselle,” Anquetil, Lewis-Peter a French historian

Died: Aquino De Chateau Lyon, Peter Louis son of the preceding

Died: Arntzenius, John Henry son of John Arntzenius

Died: Auvergne, Antoine D' an eminent French musician and composer

Died: Azara, Don Joseph Nicolas D' a Spanish statesman and writer

Died: Bernstorf, John Hartwig Ernest, Count minister of state in Denmark

“State of the Poor,” Boucher, Jonathan a learned English clergyman and philologer

“The military history of prince Frederic Augustus of Brunswick-Lunebourg, &c.” Brunswick-Oels, Frederick Augustus, Duke Of a general of infantry in the Prussian army

Died: Bulkley, Charles a protestant dissenting minister

“Dudegrede certitude delamedecine,” Cabanis, Peter John George a French physician of considerable eminence

Died: Cadogan, William a physician of considerable note in London

Died: Cowley, Hannah an ingenious and popular dramatic writer

“Days of Yore, a Drama.” Cumberland, Richard a late dramatic and miscellaneous writer

“A Fragment on the India Trade, written in 1791,” Dalrymple, Alexander an eminent hydrographer

Died: Deleyue, Alexander one of the French Encyclopaedists

Died: Dodsley, Robert an English poet and miscellaneous writer

Died: Formey, John Henry Samuel a Prussian writer of various talents

“The Battle of B(a)ng(o)r; or the Church’s triumph a comic-heroic poerh,” Geddes, Alexander a Roman catholic divine

Died: Giorgi, Augustine Anthony an Italian ecclesiastic of considerable learning

Died: Hamilton, Gavin an excellent painter

“Voyage of Nearchus,” Horsley, Samuel a very learned and highly distinguished prelate

Died: Howe, Richard fourth viscount Howe

“Moral Tales in verse,” Hull, Thomas a late dramatic and miscellaneous writer

“Memoirs of the Family of Cavendish,” Kennet, White an English writer

Died: Macklin, Charles the oldest actor

Died: Milner, Joseph a pious and learned divine and ecclesiastical historian

Died: Poissonnier, Peter Isaac a celebrated French physician

“Family Secrets,” Pratt, Samuel Jackson a poet and miscellaneous writer (17491814)

“A Letter to the British Soldiers,” Pratt, Samuel Jackson a poet and miscellaneous writer (17491814)

“Observations on the state of the Body and Mind in Old Age.” Rush, Benjamin an eminent American physician

Died: Sedaine, Michael John a French dramatic writer

“Thoroton’s History of Nottinghamshire, re-published with large additions, and embellished with picturesque and select views of seats of the nobility and gentry, towns, villages, churches, and ruins,” Throsby, John a topographical writer

Died: Toaldo, Joseph a learned Italian meteorologist

“Babylon in the Revelation of St. John, as signifying the city of Rome, considered with reference to the claims of the Roman Church,” Townson, Thomas a late very learned divine

“Common sense, or the plain man’s answer to the question, whether Christianity be a religion worthy of our choice?” Turner, Daniel a dissenting minister of the baptist persuasion

Died: Walmesley, Charles R

“Pope’s Works;” Warton, Joseph an elegant scholar (17221800)

1798

“Indica cum Bonav. Vulcanii interpret. Lat.” Arrian a celebrated historian and philosopher

Died: Bender, Blaise Colomban, Baron De a field-marshal in the Austrian service

Died: Beroldingen, Francis De an eminent mineralogist

“A Letter to lady Loughborough, in consequence of her presentation of the colours to the Bloomsbury and Inns of Court Association with a public letter to the university of Oxford,” Abingdon, Willoughby Bertie earl of

“Odes, Epodes, and Carmen Seculare.” Boscawen, William an English miscellaneous writer

“The Progress of Satire, an essay, in verse, with notes, containing remarks on ‘The Pursuits of Literature’,” Boscawen, William an English miscellaneous writer

“Discourses, &c. Letters, and Memoirs of his Life, by Richard Cecil, A.M.” Cadogan, William Bromley grand nephew of the preceding

“An Essay on the Medicinal properties of Factitious Airs, with an Appendix on the nature of Blood,” Cavallo, Tiberius an ingenious philosopher

“Life of Mr. Cadogan,” Cecil, Richard a late clergyman of the church of England

“Claire d'Albe,” Cottin, Sophia De a French lady of considerable talents

“Observations on the Zoonomia of Dr. Darwin, by Thomas Brown, esq.” Darwin, Erasmus a physician and poet

Died: Donn, Abraham an ingenious mathematician

“Mes rapports avec J. J.Rousseau,” Dussaulx, John a French writer of distinguished taste and talents

Died: Eckhel, Joseph Hilary an eminent antiquary and medallist

“Doctrina munmorum veterum,” Eckhel, Joseph Hilary an eminent antiquary and medallist

“Sermons,” Erskine, John an eminent divine of the church of Scotland

Died: Eximeno, Anthony a Spanish ex-jesuit

“A Reply to the Rev. Ralph Churton, &c.” Eyre, Francis a Roman catholic gentleman of Warkworth castle in Northamptonshire

“Travels through the Middle Settlements in North America,” Faithorne, William a very celebrated engraver

Died: Garnham, Rev. Robert Edward an English divine

“A New-year’s gift to the good people of England, being a sermon, or something like a sermon, in defence of the present War,” Geddes, Alexander a Roman catholic divine

“Athenian Letters,” Green, John an English prelate

Died: Hamilton, Sir William a gentleman of great eminence in the literary and political world

“the Defence of the Kingdom,” Horsley, Samuel a very learned and highly distinguished prelate

Died: Lassala, Manuel a Spanish Ex-jesuit

“View of the Deistieal writers,” Leland, John an eminent writer in defence of Christianity

“Tracts relating to Natural History,” Linnæus, Charles afterwards Von Linne'

Died: Masters, Robert a divine and antiquary

Died: Nivernois, Louis-Jules Mancini, Duke Of was born at Paris

“The Inquisitor, a tragedy in five acts, altered from the German by the late James Petit Andrews and Henry James Pye,” Pye, Henry James a late English poet

Died: Ramler, Charles William a German poet of great celebrity in his own country

Died: Rhunken, David ao eminent scholar

Died: Ruffhead, Owen a law and miscellaneous writer

Died: Rush, Benjamin an eminent American physician

“Essays, literary, moral, and philosophical,” Rush, Benjamin an eminent American physician

Died: Sanchez, Thomas Anthony a learned Spaniard

“Bibl. Hispana.” Sanchez, Thomas Anthony a learned Spaniard

Died: Spallanzani, Lazarus a celebrated modern naturalist

“The Nurse,” Tansillo, Lewis an Italian poet

Died: Turner, Daniel a dissenting minister of the baptist persuasion

Died: Waring, Edward Lucasian professor of mathematics in the university of Cambridge

“Letters” Wilkes, Richard an English antiquary and physician

“The good Schoolmaster, exemplified in the character of the rev. John Clarke, M. A. formerly fellow of Trinity college, Cambridge, and successively master of the Schools of Skipton, Beverley, and Wakefield,” Zouch, Thomas a learned divine

1799

Died: Agnesi, Maria Cajetana an Italian lady of great learning

“Recreations in Agriculture;” Anderson, James LL. D. an eminent agricultural writer

Died: Arnold, John a very ingenious mechanic of London

Died: Arteaga, Stephen a learned writer on music and poetry

Died: Bertholon, De St. Lazare a French philosopher

Died: Abingdon, Willoughby Bertie earl of

Died: Blackburne, Francis the celebrated author of the “Confessional

Died: Bloch, Mark Eliezer an eminent naturalist

“A Supplement to the same,” Boscawen, William an English miscellaneous writer

Died: Brereton, Owen Salusbury the son of Thomas Brereton

“The Theory of Commerce,” Busch, John George an eminent teacher and writer on commerce

“Selection and Abridgement” Butler, Charles an ingenious writer of the seventeenth century

“Quelques considerations sur l'organization sociale en generale,” Cabanis, Peter John George a French physician of considerable eminence

“Magazin Encyclopedique;” Cabanis, Peter John George a French physician of considerable eminence

“Courier de Londres,” Calonne, Charles Alexander De an eminent but unfortunate French minister

Died: Chapone, Hester an ingenious English lady

Died: Cozens, Alexander a Russian by birth

Died: Denne, Samuel youngest son of the preceding

Died: Dewailly, Charles an eminent French architect

Died: Dussaulx, John a French writer of distinguished taste and talents

“A short Appeal to the Public. By th,e gentleman who is particularly addressed in the Postscript of the Vindication of some passages in the fifteenth and sixteenth chapters of the Decline and Fail of the Roman Empire,” Eyre, Francis a Roman catholic gentleman of Warkworth castle in Northamptonshire

“A Sermon preached on the day of the general fast, Feb. 27, 1799, by Theomophilus Brown,” Geddes, Alexander a Roman catholic divine

“Discourse on the Study of the Law of Nature and Nations,” Groto, Lewis an Italian poet

Died: Guys, Peter Augustine an agreeable French writer

Died: Julien, Simon another able French artist

Died: Ingenhouz, John an eminent physician and chemist

“A Supplement to his Remarks” King, Edward a learned and philosophical antiquary

“Sermons.” Lely, Sir Peter a most capital painter of the reign of Charles II. was born at Soest

Died: Levi, David a learned Jew

Died: Melmoth, William son of the above

Died: Monnier, Peter Charles Le an eminent French astronomer and mathematician

Died: Montgolfier, Stephen James the inventor of air-balloons

Died: Montucla, John Stephen a celebrated mathematician

“History,” Montucla, John Stephen a celebrated mathematician

Died: Morton, Charles a learned physician and antiquary

Died: Oeser, Frederic professor of painting

Died: Pauw, Cornelius De a native of Amsterdam

“The Aristocrat, by the author of the Democrat,” Pye, Henry James a late English poet

Died: Pyle, Thomas an English divine

Died: Requeno, Vlncente a learned Spanish Jesuit

Died: Saussure, Horace Benedict De an eminent naturalist

Died: Smellie, William a naturalist of some eminence

Died: Tassie, James a very ingenious artist

Died: Towers, Joseph a political and miscellaneous writer

“Rome at close of the eighteenth century,” Tresham, Henry an excellent artist of the English school

Died: Washington, George commander in chief of the armies

Died: Withering, William an able physician and botanist

Died: Wynne, John Huddlestone a man of some original genius