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379 The Layman's Address to the Clergy of The Sorrows of Matilda, by a Lady, 2 vols. England; humbly submitted to the perusalés. fewed.
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Lane. 945, by Clement Archer, Esq. M. R. I. A. 35. The History of my Father, or how it hape
Dilly. pened that I was Born, a Romance from the An Address to the People of Great Britain, German of Kotzebue, 35. 6d. Treppaís. by George Burges, B. A. Is. Longman. Sadaski, or the Wandering Penitent, 2 vols. Short Animadversion on the prevailing by Thomas Bellamy, 75.
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POLITICAL ECONOMY. Count Rumford's Effays, experimental, political, economical and philosophical, part 2, A Sermon preached in the Church of Ware essay 7, Is. 6d. Cadell and Davies. mingford and Boxted, on Sunday, April 19th,
Address to the Yeomanry of Great Britain 1798, to persuade the Congregations to forma on the subject of Invasion, by a Seaman. themselves into Military Associations for the
Cadell and Davies. Defence of the Country, by R. A. Ingrams,
Murray and Highley. ing the Condition of the Poor, is. Hatchard. Medical Histories and Reflexions, by John The Connection between Industry and ProFerriar, M. D. volume 3d. 55. boards. perty, addressed to the society for bettering
Cadell and Davies. the condition of the poor, 6.
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Cox. Efg. on the foreign intercourse bill, delivered Description and Treatment of Cutaneous to the house of representatives of the AmeDiseales, illustrated with plates, by Robert rican States, March zd, 1798; with notes Willan, M. D. F. A. S. Part I. 4to. 155. by the author, is, 6d.
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Egerton. attending this war, and the several remitExercise of the Long Bow and the Pike, by tances to the Emperor of Germany, &c. &c. Richard Oswald Majon, Esq. 35. 6d. Egerton. To which is added an history of the rise, pro
The Soldier's Companion, containing in- gress, and present state of the bank of England, fructions for the manual exercise, 6d. Lane, by Cbarles Hales, Erq. author of the Bank An Appendix to the Monthly Army List, Mirror, Is.
W. Treppaís. containing the Half pay, the Supplementary militia, Provisional cavalry, the Gentlemen The Advantages resulting from the French and Yeomanry cavalry and the Volunteer In- Revolution, and a French Invasion considered. fantry. 1798, Iso Hookhan and Carpenter. Edinburgh printed; London, reprinted for
Vernor and Hood, Is.
Opposition Dangerous, by Thomas Lisler, B. A. IS.
Stockdale. Laura, or The Orphan, by Mrs. Burton,
Prospect of the great Advantages which 2 vols. 75. boards.
Richardson. the Common People of England are likely to The Step-Mother, a domeftic tale from gain by a successful Invasion from the French. real life, by a Lady, 2 vols. 78. boards.
Rivington and Hatchard.
New Publications in May. French of Dumourier, by John Joseph Stock Chaucer's Canterbury Tales, by the late dale, jun. with charts of Great Bricain, Ire- Thomas Tyrwhitt, Esq. F. R. S. a new edition land, France, Spain and Portugal, 25. 6d. from the Clarendon press, 2 vols. 4to. Il. 185.
Stockdale. small paper, boards—large paper, 41. 8s. Thoughts on the French Invasion of Eng
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Sockdale, the Abbé de Lille. Illustrated with engrava Speech of the Earl of Clare, Lord High ings by Bartolozzi, 4to. 155. Robfon. Chancellor of Ireland, in the House of Lords Poems by Wm. Cowper, a new edition, of Ireland, on a motion made by the Earl of with additions, embellished with plates, Moira, Feb. 19, 1798, recommending con
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Debrett. An Epistle in Rhyme to M. G. Lewis, Esq. A Letter to a Merchant, Member of the M. P. Author of the Monk, &c. is. Lunn. House of Commons, on his public declara Malvern Hills, a poem by Joseph Cottle, tion that he sees no business Bishops have in 28. 6d.
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Bell. Paraphrase of the Messiah, 6d. Rivington. Important Documents which accompanied the Mesfage of the President of the United
THEOLOGY. States to the Congress, 3d April, 1798, refpecting the Differences between France and
Credibility of Chriftianity Vindicated, in America, Is. 60.
Wright. Answer to Mr. Hume's Objections, in two The whole Official Correspondence be- discourses preached before the Univerfity of tween the Envoys of the American States and Cambridge, by the Rev. S. Vince, A. M. the Members of France, on the subject of F. R. S. Is.
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two sermons by W. Hurn, vicar of DebenThree Warnings to John Bull before he ham, Suffolk, Is. 6d.
Chapman. Dies, is. 6d.
Faulder. Reflections in this season of Danger, a A Farewell Warning to my Country before sermon preached at Clapham, April 1798, by the Hour of Danger; with the opinion of John Venn, M. A. rector of Clapham, 6d. Dumourier on the ruinous consequences to the .
Rivingtons. Directory of a perfevering and spirited refift Remarks on the Signs of the Times, by ance on the part of Great Britain, 2d. Edward King, Esq. F. R. S. A.S. 4to. 2s.6d, Hatchard.
Nicol. Political State of Europe speculatively de A Sermon preached at the Asylum, 15th lineated in February 1798, by General Duo March 1798, dedicated to the guardians of mourier : illustrated with a map of Europe, that charity, by W.L. Fancourt, is. Rivingtons. Is. 6d.
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on Sunday, March 4, 1798, at the Confe- .
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New Publications in May..... Diseases.
301 The Fall of Papal Rome, in a discourse by An Appeal to the Nation on the Subject the Rev. Charles Daubeny, L. L. B. Is. of Matufield's Letter to Wilberforce, to which
Cadell and Davies. are added four Sermons, on important fubArguments, illustrative of the Credibility jects, by G. Hutton, 33. Longman, and Truth of the Christian Religion, adapted Sturm's Reflections abridged, by Jobs to the plainest understanding, Is. 6d. Dilly. Hemet, A. M. 12mo. 5s. Lee and Hurst.
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ACCOUNT OF DISEASES IN LONDON,
From the 20th of April to the 20th of May.
No. of Cafes. Ephemera PERIPNEUMONIA NOTHA 3 Mammary Abscess Inflammatory Sore Throat
2 Rhagas Papilla Typhus Mitior
3 Mastodynia Ephemera
INFANTILE DISEASES. Mealles
3 Aphtha Small Pox 4. Worms
3 CHRONIC DISEASES,
The subject of the following report beCough and Dyspnea
ing very well known, and the circumHæmoptyfis
stances of the case having passed under the Pulmonary Consumption
eye of teveral medical gentlemen, we Pleurodyne
shall affix his name to it. Ascites
Mr. WARNER, apothecary, in Fore.
street, on Feb. 22, 1797, after an attend. Fluor Albus
3 ance of a few days on a patient, who died Amenorrhea
ī -of a malignant fever, was suddenly seized Chlorofis
4 with a vertiginous affection of the head, Hepatitis Chronica
3 accompanied with fickness at the fto. Dyspepsia
7. mach, and followed by violent vomiting. Enterodynia
4 These symptoms were succeeded by a Procidentia Vagina
fever ; during the continuance of which, Diarrhæa
3 considerable pain was felt in the region of Hæmorrhois
Şthe abdomen, particularly about the left Dysuria
hypochondrium; and, in a few days after
the abatement of the fever, fymptoms of Hysteria
jaundice appeared. The tunica conjunc7
tiva of the eye, and the whole surface of Herpes
the body became of a very deep yellow Tinea
colour; the stools were of a clay-like apChronic Rheumatism
Diseases...Public Affairs, impregnated with bile, depositing at times this circumstance, it is equally neceffary a considerable sediment. There was a to observe, that the small quantity of the sense of pain and stricture about the præ- kali taken can hardly affećt the conclucordia, accompanied with a considerable Non which may be drawn respecting the degree of tenfion of the abdomen: and advantage of the nitrous acid in this ipthe pain in the left hypochondrium fre- ftance. quently returned.
The breathing was This report will probably bring to the Sometimes very much affected: the heat recollection of the medical reader, the of the skin was increased and seconded by experiments of Mr. WM. Scott, of a desquamation of the cuticle, and such a Bombay, and the conclusion which he degree of itching as proved very trouble- draws concerning the effect of the nitrous fome. The state of the pulse was not acid on the resinous bafe of the bile, and much affected at any stage of the disease. the resemblance of the effects of this mediThese symptoms continued for several cine to those which generally occur in the months, attended with great languor and use of mercurials. debility, an indisposition to motion, to. The Deaths in the Bills of Mortality for gether with considerable anxiety of mind. the last four weeks, are stated as follow:
As in the course of the diseate a variety Abscess of symptoms occurred, so different medi Abortive cines were employed, according to the Aged
73 different circumftances of the case. The Apoplexy
Asthma bowels were kept open by aloes, rhubarb,
Bleeding and soap. Different bitters were em
Bed-ridden ployed : gentian and columbo were fre- Brain Fever quently used. Myrrh and steel were
6 taken with a view to their tonic effect, Child-bed and for the mitigation of pain, opium was Consumption repeatedly administered.
307 Calomel was frequently used, but the Croup ftate of the bowels sometimes rendering Dropsy
69 the use of it improper, mercurial fric- Fever
124 tions were substituted in its room.
Gout After the use of various medicines,
Gravel without any important advantage being cra
Grief produced, the nitrous acid was taken in
30 the quantity of a dram every day. Dur
Jaundice ing the use of these medicines, the various în Aammation
39 fymptoms gradually abated: the yellow Liver-grown colour of the eye and of the skin grew Lunatic fainter; the tension of the abdomen di- Mealles minished; the pain and stricture about Mortification
19 the præcordia abated; the ftrength gra Pally dually returned, and the appetite was
Pleurisy much improved. No inconvenience arose Rickets to the stomach or bowels from the use of Rupture
Small Pox the acid, till after it had been taken for fome weeks, when the patient felt a
St. Anthony's Fire
Still-born pain in his stomach; for the relief of
Suddenly which, he took a few grains of kali Teeth
36 preparatum, and repeated the dose twice Thrush or thrice in the course of the week, Water in the Head. Whilft it was judged proper to mention Worms
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STATE OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS,
In May, 1798.
On the same day, the Chancellor of the his Majesty, to the House of Lords, ac- Exchequer, in a Committee of Supply, quainting their Lordships, that Ireland stated, that it would be necessary, for the required pecuniary alistance, therefore services of the current year, to provide recommending a loan of 2,000,000, for a small augmention of our fea forces, to which the Irish were to pay the intereft, meer the exigencies which extraordingly
State of Public Affairs,
383 events might render inevitable. To the Navy.-By the first budget, in present number he proposed to add 10,000 November
12,531,888 men, making a total of 120,00d men for By the second, in April, 910,000 the service of the present year. He observed, that though the vote of that night
Totai for the navy
13,448,888 went to require an addition of 10,000 men, Army. Stated in Nov, at 10,112,950 yet, as the exigency of last year rendered
Added in April
2,744,365 it necessary to cinploy 6700 inen in addi Ordnance. ---Stated in Nov. at-1,291,038 tion to the number of 110,000 already Added in April
26. 12, 542 employed, it would only be necesary to
Miscellaneous service, Stated *** raile something less than 4000 more, in November at
573,000 which would effcctually answer every pur Added in April
9,608 pose. He then moved, that there be
For the discharge of the na-* granted to his Majesty, to defray the ex tional debt
200,990 traordinaries of the army for the year 1797, the sum of 1,351,3911. 195. 3d. ;
Total of the supplies 28,490,39 the sum of 70,000l. for 10,000 extra fea The principal variation
which appeared men and marines, at 71. per man per year, in the two budgets, in the Statement of the To the Governor and Com
ways and means for the year 1998, was pany of the Bank, for so much
in the article of the afleffed taxes, which supplied by them to the com
the minister had estimated, in November, millioners for liquidacing the
at seven millions, but from the various national debt
modifications which had been made, in Money advanced in conse
what was called the Treble Assessment bill, quence of addresses of that
he stated them in April at the sum of four house, and not then provided
millions and a half ! ! for
10,043 16 4 To the African company
Summary of the ways and means for 13,000
the To merchants trading to the
year 1798, Levant
Annual produce of the land and 12,000
malt To the British museum
2,750,000 3,000 For putting the Alien act in
The affefied taxes
A duty upon imports and exOn the 25th of April, in a committee ports, which Mr. Pitt (upof supply, the Secretary at War pre pored would be faved to the sented several accounts of the army esti. merchant, by a diminution mates, amounting, in the whol, to of the present insurance, in 4,706,7761, 6s, 4 d. which fum was consequence of regulations to voted accordingly,
be made respecting the failThe Chancellor of the Exchequer, on
ing of convoys
1,500,000 the fame day, brought up his second
Advances by the Bank on Exbudget for the current year, By this
The loan, exclusive of two budget he added nearly three millions to
millions for Ireland
15,000,000 the expences of the year above what he
200,000 calculated when he opened his first budget in November lait. This excess he
Ways and Means 28,450,000 Itated to be occasioned chiefly by the additional exertions, which the continued lowest bidders on the annuity, were the
Messrs. Boyd and Co. being the preparations and increased activity of the purchasers of the loan, the terms of which enemy had rendered unavoidable, The
were as follow : viz. whole amount of the supplies for the present year, he stated at 28,490,3911, For every 100l. subscribed, the subscriber to The total of the ways and means, at
have 1501 of consols, at 48 value £72 15 o 28,450,000l. Hence arose a deficit of 50 of reduced, at 47 value 23 15 40,00ol. for which Mr. Pitt had not
45. ind. long annuities at made any provision.
3 3 it Discount
30 Summary of the supplies, according to the two budgets *.
102 13 If * See the statement of the first budget, in
As eight millions of the loan were our Magazine for December last, Vol. iv, mortgaged on the gradual produce of the
increased assessed taxes, the permanent ad. MONTHLY Mac. No. XXXI,