TORY of the Chinese Empire, p. 1, 33,66, ili, 141, 173, 208, 235)
11 263; 295, concluded 302. .
Memoirs of Love and Gallantry, 6, 41 ; Story of Alcander and Septimius,
70; Continence of Scipio, 107; Earl of Effex and Queen Elizabeth, 147 %
the Stories of Alboinus and Hemichild, and Candaules and Gyges, 193 ;
Happy and Unhappy Marriages, 269 ; Catharine I. Empress of Rullia,
331 ; Christina Queen of Sweden, 369 ; Pætus and Arria, 395 ; Don Car-
los, or the unfortunate Attachment, 432. .
Rise and Fallof Beards, - - • - - page 10
Combats of the Gladiators, . - -
Meafuring Pompey's Pillar, a Frolic of some British'naval Oficers at Alex:
Remarkable Account of the Land-Crab, from Dr. Sibly's Wonders of Na?
Rhynsault and Sapphira, or Perfidy punished,
Short Sketch of Ireland, .. -
- . - • 23
Siege of Williamstadt, with a fine Plate, i.
Defeat of the French at Famars, .
Song by General-Wolfe, written the Evening before his Embarkation for
Jack at the Windlass, by Mr. Dibding
On a Gentleman's Pocket being picked of his Watch,
Capture of the St. Jago, Spanith Register-ship,
List of Prizes taken from the French, 32, 63, 95, 128, 191, 256, 288, 3513
- 384, 416, 448.
The disabled Soldier, -
Liberty, the Birthright of Britons,
Story of Hamlet,
The Tribunal of Conscience,
Advantages of Fair Dealing,
Battle of Aix-la-Chapelle, with a Plate,
Ode for his Majesty's Birth-day,
The Turkish Warrior's Farewel to his Mistress,
The British Oak,
Capture of Tobago, with a Plate,
Character of the late King of France, with a Plate of him, the Queen, and
the Dauphin, - ..
Definition of Happiness, . .
Of Taste and Criticism,
Instability of Fortune,
History of the Gypsies,
Advice to young Midshipmen, -
Of Courage, Fortitude, and Fear,
The Battle, from Richards's Songs of the aboriginal Bard