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Pharm. Lond. Italian Book-keeping reduced to an
Art. Edition 2d. with the Addition of a Synopsis of
Commerce, or Comparison of Coins ; by James
Weir, Gent. Quarto. — A Letter to Doctor Shaw
containing the black Epileptic-Powder.-The Crou-
nian Lectures on Muscular Motion, by James Par-
fons, M. D.-An authentic Narrative of the success
of Tar in divers Cures, by Thomas Prior, Efq; -
A Treatise on the Causes of most Diseases incident to
human Bodics, by W. Foster. —Health's Improve-
ment, by Doctor Moffet; corrected and enlarged by
Doctor Bennet; with a view of the Author's Life and
Writings, by Mr. Oldys, Opus in facra Biblia
elaboratum; being critical Notes upon a new Trans-
lation, here inserted, of the holy Scriptures of the
Old Testament, Folio, printed by Numbers.
Several Cases in Physic, by Doctor Dodd. The
Pofthumous Latin Works of Doctor 7. Battely, viz.
Antiquitates Rutupianæ & antiq. S. Edmundi Burg.--
The Art of Midwifry improved, by H. a Daventer,
Edit. 4.- Physical Experiments upon Brutes, to
discover a Method of dissolving the Stone in the Blad-
der by Injections; by Doctor Browne Langrijh.
The Rudiments of English Learning. -A Differ-
tation on Endemical Diseases, and those of Trades-
men, translated by Doctor James. An Enquiry
into the true Nature of that Faith necessary to Sal-
vation Observations on the Small-Pox, Useful-
and Important Questions concerning Jesus the Son of
God. An Enquiry into the Jewis and Christian
Revelation, by Sam. Parvish. - History of the Lives
and Sufferings of the English Protestant Martyrs, and a
Vindication of free and unprescribed Prayer, by John
Mr. Smith's Natural, Civil, and Ecclefiaftical Hiltory, of Waterford is come out, as is, Juvenal by Mr. Hawkey. The Sets on Royal Paper are as beautiful as Horace and Terence.
The Revd. Mr. Defvoeux, intends to Publich immediately, a Translation of the Life of the Emperor Julian, from the French, of Father La Bletterie, with the following additional Dissertations ; on Julian's Religion,-Mardonius,- the religious System of Philosophers at that Time, the several Methods whereby they apologized for Paganism,- their pretended Ma
gick, Julian's Persecution, and the State of ChriAianity in his Time.
Of the Authors quoted in the IIId
N. B. The Numeral Letters denote the Part, and the
Figure the Page
Braxas ; Explanation of that Word, iid Part,
Archimandrite ; a Dignity in the Greek Church,
Arimaspi, an Imaginary Nation, i. 38.,
Athanafius lived seven years with a pretty Girl, i.
Barbelo ; Mistakes of the Fathers on that Word,
Barbelioti, or Borboriti Imaginary Heretics, i. 183.
Barcoph, or Parcar} who they were, ii. 192.
Bard; Etimology of that Word, ii. 69.
Bafilides, the Herefiarch, when he appeared, ii. 170.
Disciple of Menandet, ib. Erected a School' at
Alexandria, it. Was a Christian, 171. Fallly ac-
cused of having wrote a Gospel, 172. His Tra-
| vels, 173 An unfaithful Representation of his
System, 175. Cruelly used by several Fathers,
177, 178, 186, 191. A pretended Magician, ib.
A few Scraps of his Writings preserved by his Ene-
mies, 179, 189. His true Principles, as far as they
can be known, 179. On the Being of God, 186.
On Angels and their Creation, ib. On the Creati-
on of our World, 181. , And of the Soul, 182.
On its Faculties, ib. On Paffions, 182. On
Original Sin, 183. On the Strength of our Appe-
tites, 184. On the Aflistance of God to govern
them, 185. On Jesus Christ, ib. On Morality,
186. Cleared from calumnious Aspersions, 187.
His Thoughts on the Old Testament, 188. And
on the New, ib. On Martyrdom, ib. Accused of
Impiety, 189." How he frightened People, 192.
His Prophets, ib." His Abraxas, 193: The Time
of his Death uncertain, 196. Was not an Idolater,
Bees, (a Differtation on) i. 5.
Berger, (Mr.) his
. Explanation of fonie extraordinary
Phænomena, ii. 129.
Beguines, or Beguards ; were burned, and for what,
jj. 211, 212.
Bible, (the Holy) a comment on it by Mr. Le Cenes
95. by Mr. Chais, 132.
Blacks, in Morocco differ from the Moors, i. 42.
Bodies (natural) what they are, ii. 7. Their Extenfi-
on, 10. Their Figure, 19. Their Solidity, 'ib.
Their Porosity, 18. Their Compreffibility and E-
Bolandus, censured, ii. 42.
Botanicks (an Efsay on) i. 192.
Bruni (Doctor) his Experiments on the Bologna Bottles;
Buffon (Mr.) his Experiments on 'Timber, i. 121.
Butter of Stone growing in Siberia, ii, 117. Used as
a Remedy, ib.
Arpocrates the Herefiarch ; contradictions on the
Time he lived, ii. 197: Wrengfully called
Head of the Gnoftics, 171. His pretended Wiek-
odness and Debauchery, 198. A Tale about him
and Marcellina, 199. Reputed a great Magician,
200. And an horrid Monster, 202. His Princi
Caulaucau Explanation of that Word, and a comical
Miftake about it, ii. 192.
Celfus quoted, ii, 201, 207.
Celtæ (the) came from the Scythians and spread ovet
all Europe, ii. 39,
Cerinthus ; the Heresiologists ftrangely mistake as to the
time be lived, ii. 197.
Chais (Mr.) his Literal Commentary on the Bible,
Clemens of Alexand. quoted, ii. 1725 173, 180, 184,
i 186, 189, 203, 208, 209. The only one from
whom we may have fome Knowledge of the Princi-
ples of Bafilides, 179. Odd Notion of his, 183,