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Volume 35, 1799


35 (Jan. 1799): 9-14. A: "Account of Benjamin Kennicott, D.D."
Isaac Reed. [Sherbo 84: 212, 216] [Pseud.: "C.D."]


35 (Jan. 1799): 15-17. A: "The Wanderer. No. IX."
Joseph Moser [?]. [Pitcher NQ 76: 508-509]


35 (Jan. 1799): 17-21. A: "Drossiana. Number CXII. Anecdotes of Illustrious and Extraordinary Persons, perhaps not generally known [re Saunders Welsh; Dr. Freeman of Hammells, Herts.; Jacquelot; Sir Noah Thomas; Dr. Daltry of York; Dr. John Radcliffe; Thomas Carte; Alexander Small of Birmingham]."
William Seward. [Sherbo 84: 224, citing (Isaac Reed), EM 36 (1799): 219]


35 (Jan. 1799): 31-35. R: Castéra's Life of Catherine II (conc.).
Joseph Moser. [Sig.: "M."]


35 (Jan. 1799): 35-39. R: Collins's Account of the English Colony in New South Wales (cont.).
Stephen Jones. [Conc. (EM 35 [1799]: 108-113) is signed "J."]


35 (Feb. 1799): 81-83. L: "Original Letter [of 7 February 1684-5] to the Rev. Mr. Francis Roper, Fellow of St. John's College [re death of Charles II]" enc.
Isaac Reed. [Sherbo 84: 212, 216] [Pseud.: "C.D."]


35 (Feb. 1799): 83-85. A: "Drossiana. Number CXIII. Anecdotes of Illustrious and Extraordinary Persons, perhaps not generally known [re Handel; Dr. John Arbuthnot; Henri IV; Signor Raimondi; Diderot]."
William Seward. [Sherbo 84: 224, citing (Isaac Reed), EM 36 (1799): 219]


35 (Feb. 1799): 85-88. A: "The Wanderer. No. X."
Joseph Moser [?]. [Pitcher NQ 76: 508-509]


35 (Feb. 1799): 108-113. R: Collins's Account of the English Colony in New South Wales (conc.).
Stephen Jones. [Sig.: "J."]


35 (Mar. 1799): 157-159. A: "The Wanderer. No. XI."
Joseph Moser [?]. [Pitcher NQ 76: 508-509]


35 (Mar. 1799): 163-165. L: "The Moralizer. No. I."
William Holloway. [Sig.: "W.H."; Pitcher NQ 76: 507]


35 (Mar. 1799): 165-168. A: "Drossiana. Number CXIV. Anecdotes of Illustrious and Extraordinary Persons, perhaps not generally known [re Gasparo Contarini (misspelled 'Contaroni'); Dr. Richard Warren; John Montagu, 4th Earl of Sandwich; Mme de Mareilly, 2nd Lady Bolingbroke; Diderot; Jean Baptiste Dubos; Pierre Louis Moreau de Maupertuis; Samuel Wesley the Elder]."
William Seward. [Sherbo 84: 224, citing (Isaac Reed), EM 36 (1799): 219]


35 (Mar. 1799): 171-172. A: "Old Grubs; a Character."
Rev. Weeden Butler the Elder or the Younger. [Sig.: "W.B."; dated Chelsea, whence both Butlers sent numerous contributions to the GM, some of them signed "W.B."]


35 (Mar. 1799): 187-188. V: "The Cot on the Plain."
John Dell. [Sig.: "Rusticus"; dated "Cottage of Bon Repos," a misprint for "Mon Repos" (whence Dell habitually wrote); Biblio. Brit. 1: 294]


35 (Mar. 1799): 190. V: "Sonnet to the River Arun, near Arundel, in Sussex."
Rev. Thomas Smith [?]. [Sig.: "Thomas Enort"; Pitcher 93: 165 provisionally identifies the signature as Thomas Smith's but does not identify the various contributions affected.]


35 (Apr. 1799): 225-229. L: "Account of the [Roman] Theatre of Saguntum [in Valencia]" enc.
Isaac Reed. [Sherbo 84: 212, 216] [Pseud.: "C.D."]


35 (Apr. 1799): 229-232. A: "The Wanderer. No. XII [consisting of a letter, purportedly to 'The Wanderer,' signed 'Senex']."
Joseph Moser [?]. [Pitcher NQ 76: 508-509] [Pseud.: "Senex"]


35 (Apr. 1799): 235-237. A: "Drossiana. Number CXV. Anecdotes of Illustrious and Extraordinary Persons, perhaps not generally known [re Lord Bacon; John Howard; Angelo Poliziano (Polition); William Penn; Rev. Richard Price; Mlle Doligni; Mme du Dessent; Marc René Voyer d'Argenson; Louis XV; Julius II; Catherine II of Russia; Dominique Bouhours; Josiah Tucker; Prince Henry of Prussia]."
William Seward. [Sherbo 84: 224, citing (Isaac Reed), EM 36 (1799): 219]


35 (Apr. 1799): 241-244. L: "Intercepted Letter directed to one Linwood Chapman, dated April 3, 1660 [re a conspiracy]" enc.
Isaac Reed. [Sherbo 84: 212, 216] [Pseud.: "C.D."]


35 (Apr. 1799): 258-260. L: "A Poem [by Richard Savage], Sacred to the Glorious Memory of our late most gracious Sovereign Lord King George I" enc.
Isaac Reed. [Sherbo 84: 212, 217] [Pseud.: "C.D."]


35 (Apr. 1799): 261. V: "Sonnet to Spring."
Rev. Thomas Smith [?]. [Sig.: "Thomas Enort"; Pitcher 93: 165 provisionally identifies the signature as Thomas Smith's but does not identify the various contributions affected.]


35 (Apr. 1799): 261-262. V: "The Nightingale."
Rev. Thomas Smith [?]. [Sig.: "Thomas Enort"; Pitcher 93: 165 provisionally identifies the signature as Thomas Smith's but does not identify the various contributions affected.]


35 (May 1799): 291-294. A: "Mr. David Levi, the Learned Jew."
Henry Lemoine [?]. [Sherbo 97: 210]


35 (May 1799): 302-304. A: "The Moralizer. No. II."
William Holloway. [Sig.: "W.H."; Pitcher NQ 76: 507]


35 (May 1799): 305-307. A: "Drossiana. Number CXVI. Anecdotes of Illustrious and Extraordinary Persons, perhaps not generally known [re Fénelon; Sir John Pringle; Montesquieu; Cardinal d'Estrées; Boileau; General Munich; Charles Irénée Castel, Abbé de Saint-Pierre]."
William Seward. [Sherbo 84: 224, citing (Isaac Reed), EM 36 (1799): 219]


35 (May 1799): 307-309. A: "The Wanderer. No. XIII."
Joseph Moser [?]. [Pitcher NQ 76: 508-509]


35 (May 1799): 314-319. R: George Vancouver's A Voyage of Discovery to the North Pacific Ocean, and round the World.
Joseph Moser. [Conc. (EM 36 [1799]: 33-38) is signed "M."]


35 (May 1799): 332-333. V: "Ode, On witnessing a Reverse of Fortune, Written in the Moments of Trouble, by Thomas Enort."
Rev. Thomas Smith [?]. [Sig.: "Thomas Enort"; Pitcher 93: 165 provisionally identifies the signature as Thomas Smith's but does not identify the various contributions affected.]


35 (June 1799): 374-377. A: "The Moralizer. No. III."
William Holloway. [Sig.: "W.H."; Pitcher NQ 76: 507]


35 (June 1799): 380-382. A: "The Wanderer. No. XIV."
Joseph Moser [?]. [Pitcher NQ 76: 508-509]


35 (June 1799): 382-384. A: "Drossiana. Number CXVII. Anecdotes of Illustrious and Extraordinary Persons, perhaps not generally known [re Gilbert Burnet, Bishop of Salisbury; Peter the Great of Russia; Sir Robert Walpole; Pascal; Mokranofsky; Petrarch; Henry Cline; Sir William Chambers; Dr. Robert James; Handel]."
William Seward. [Sherbo 84: 224, citing (Isaac Reed), EM 36 (1799): 219]


35 (June 1799): 393-398. R: Vancouver's Voyage of Discovery to the North Pacific Ocean, and round the World.
Joseph Moser. [Conc. (EM 36 [1799]: 33-38) is signed "M."]


35 (June 1799): 398-399. R: A Vocabulary of Sea Phrases and Terms of Art used in Seamanship and Naval Architecture.
Stephen Jones. [Sig.: "J."]


35 (June 1799): 405-407. V: "Fancy, an Irregular Ode ['What lunacy distracts my soul?']."
Dr. James Grainger. [Sig.: "Dr. Grainger"; biographical details in EM 34 (1798): 192-194]


35 (June 1799): 408. V: "Ode to Cynthia."
Rev. Thomas Smith [?]. [Sig.: "Thomas Enort"; Pitcher 93: 165 provisionally identifies the signature as Thomas Smith's but does not identify the various contributions affected.]

Volume 36, 1799


36 (July 1799): 4-6. A: "The Wanderer. No. XV [consisting of a letter, purportedly to 'The Wanderer,' signed 'Solus']."
Joseph Moser [?]. [Pitcher NQ 76: 508-509] [Pseud.: "Solus"]


36 (July 1799): 19-21. A: "The Moralizer. No. IV."
William Holloway. [Sig.: "W.H."; Pitcher NQ 76: 507]


36 (July 1799): 23-24. A: "Drossiana. Number CXVIII. Anecdotes of Illustrious and Extraordinary Persons, perhaps not generally known [Edward Hyde, 1st Earl of Clarendon; John Selden; Charles Townshend; George II; George Grenville; Wills Hill, 2nd Viscount Hillsborough and 1st Marquis of Downshire]."
William Seward. [Sherbo 84: 224, citing (Isaac Reed), EM 36 (1799): 219]


36 (July 1799): 33-38. R: Vancouver's Voyage of Discovery to the North Pacific Ocean, and round the World (conc.).
Joseph Moser. [Sig.: "M."]


36 (July 1799): 38-39. R: Jethro Inwood's Sermons; in which are explained and enforced the Religious, Moral, and Political Virtues of Freemasonry.
Stephen Jones. [Sig.: "J."]


36 (Aug. 1799): 75-77. A: "Dr. Thomas Leland."
Isaac Reed. [Sherbo 84: 211, n. 4]


36 (Aug. 1799): 77-79. A: "The Wanderer. No. XVI [consisting of a letter, purportedly to 'The Wanderer,' signed 'Gabriel Steadfast']."
Joseph Moser [?]. [Pitcher NQ 76: 508-509] [Pseud.: "Gabriel Steadfast"]


36 (Aug. 1799): 98-103. R: William Eton's A Survey of the Turkish Empire.
Joseph Moser. [Sig.: "M."]


36 (Aug. 1799): 106-110. R: William Tooke's View of the Russian Empire during the Reign of Catherine the Second, and to the Close of the present Century.
Joseph Moser. [Sig.: "M."]


36 (Aug. 1799): 118-119. V: "Elegiac Sonnets. By Thomas Enort. (Written under the Compression of Sorrow and Sickness) ['No more through pleasure's flowery walls I stray'; 'Not always did I feign the turtle's moan']."
Rev. Thomas Smith [?]. [Sig.: "Thomas Enort"; first sonnet dated Hammersmith; Pitcher 93: 165 provisionally identifies the signature as Thomas Smith's but does not identify the various contributions affected.]


36 (Sept. 1799): 170-172. A: "The Wanderer. No. XVII [consisting mainly of a letter, purportedly to 'The Wanderer,' signed 'Z.']."
Joseph Moser [?]. [Pitcher NQ 76: 508-509] [Pseud.: "Z."]


36 (Sept. 1799): 178-181. R: Anthony Florian Madinger Willich's Lectures on Diet and Regimen.
Joseph Moser. [Conc. (EM 36 [1799]: 246-249) is signed "M."]


36 (Sept. 1799): 182-185. R: Tooke's View of the Russian Empire during the Reign of Catherine the Second (cont.).
Joseph Moser. [Cont. of EM 36 (1799): 106-110, which is signed "M."]


36 (Sept. 1799): 191. V: "Sonnet to Health. By Thomas Enort."
Rev. Thomas Smith [?]. [Sig.: "Thomas Enort"; dated "H." (Hammersmith); Pitcher 93: 165 provisionally identifies the signature as Thomas Smith's but does not identify the various contributions affected.]


36 (Oct. 1799): 219-220. A: "William Seward, Esq."
Isaac Reed. [Sherbo 84: 224]


36 (Oct. 1799): 225-227. A: "Mrs. Anna Williams. The following Account of this Lady is copied from a Paper transmitted by Lady K[night], at Rome, to a Gentleman of great literary eminence [John Hoole], and written by her Ladyship."
John Hoole [supplier of the footnotes and transmitter of the article]. [Sherbo 84: 226] [Pseud.: "J.H."]


36 (Oct. 1799): 239-241. A: "The Moralizer. No. V."
William Holloway. [Sig.: "W.H."; Pitcher NQ 76: 507]


36 (Oct. 1799): 241-244. A: "The Wanderer. No. XVIII."
Joseph Moser [?]. [Pitcher NQ 76: 508-509]


36 (Oct. 1799): 246-249. R: Willich's Lectures on Diet and Regimen (conc.).
Joseph Moser. [Sig.: "M."]


36 (Oct. 1799): 249-252. R: Tooke's View of the Russian Empire during the Reign of Catherine the Second (conc.).
Joseph Moser. [Sig.: "M."]


36 (Nov. 1799): 315-316. A: "The Moralizer. No. VI."
William Holloway. [Sig.: "W.H."; Pitcher NQ 76: 507]


36 (Nov. 1799): 317-321. R: Jean François, Baron de Bourgoing, Historical and Philosophical Memoirs of Pius the Sixth.
Joseph Moser. [Conc. (EM 36 [1799]: 389-394) is signed "M."]


36 (Nov. 1799): 322-325. R: Charles Marshall's Minutes, Experiments, Observations, and General Remarks, on the Agriculture in the Southern Counties.
Stephen Jones. [Conc. (EM 36 [1799]: 394-395) is signed "J."]


36 (Nov. 1799): 330-331. L: Cover letter (pp. 330-331) enc. a poem, "The Unfortunate!" (signed "Philoctetes"; pp. 331-333).
John Dell. [Sig.: "Rusticus"; dated "Cottage of Mon Repos, Sturry, near Canterbury" (whence Dell habitually wrote); Biblio. Brit. 1: 294]


36 (Nov. 1799): 334. V: "Address to Poverty."
Rev. Thomas Smith [?]. [Sig.: "Thomas Enort"; Pitcher 93: 165 provisionally identifies the signature as Thomas Smith's but does not identify the various contributions affected.]


36 (Nov. 1799): 334. V: "Ode to Content."
Rev. Thomas Smith [?]. [Sig.: "the Same [i.e., "Thomas Enort"; Pitcher 93: 165 provisionally identifies the signature "Thomas Enort" as Thomas Smith's but does not identify the various contributions affected.]


36 (Nov. 1799): 335. A: "Lycophron's Cassandra. V. 1435."
Rev. Henry Meen. [Sig.: "E."; Illust. 7: 36n-37n]


36 (Dec. 1799): 382-384. A: "The Moralizer. No. VII."
William Holloway. [Sig.: "W.H."; Pitcher NQ 76: 507]


36 (Dec. 1799): 384-385. A: "Fable."
Rev. Weeden Butler the Elder or the Younger. [Sig.: "W.B."; dated Chelsea, whence both Butlers sent numerous contributions to the GM, some of them signed "W.B."]


36 (Dec. 1799): 389-394. R: Bourgoing's Historical and Philosophical Memoirs of Pius the Sixth (conc.).
Joseph Moser. [Sig.: "M."]


36 (Dec. 1799): 394-395. R: Marshall's Minutes, Experiments, Observations, and General Remarks, on the Agriculture in the Southern Counties (conc.).
Stephen Jones. [Sig.: "J."]


36 (Dec. 1799): 401. V: "Verses, by Lord Palmerston, Written in the Album at Crewe Hall."
Henry Temple, 2nd Viscount Palmerston. [Sig.: "Lord Palmerston"]

Volume 37, 1800


37 (Jan. 1800): 43-46. R: George Griffin Stonestreet's The Portentous Globe.
Joseph Moser. [Sig.: "M."]


37 (Feb. 1800): 117-120. A: "The Moralizer. No. VIII."
William Holloway. [Sig.: "W.H."; Pitcher NQ 76: 507]


37 (Feb. 1800): 127-131. R: Charles Nicolas Sigibert Sonnini de Manoncourt's Travels in Upper and Lower Egypt.
Joseph Moser. [Sig.: "M."]


37 (Feb. 1800): 147-148. L: "Lines from the Abbé de Lille's Gardens."
Rev. Edward Pearson. [Sig.: "E.P."; dated Rempstone, whence Pearson wrote to the GM in 1799]


37 (Feb. 1800): 149. V: "Stanzas, On Viewing the Ornaments of Tippoo Sultan's Throne, exhibited in the Treasury at the India House."
William Holloway. [Sig.: "W.H."; Pitcher NQ 76: 507]


37 (Feb. 1800): 149-150. V: "Coosohatchie."
John Davis. [Davis contributed several signed poems concerning the South Carolina village of Coosohatchie (or Coosawhatchie) to EM 36 (1799): 257-258, 335.]


37 (Mar. 1800): 208-212. R: Sonnini's Travels in Upper and Lower Egypt (cont.).
Joseph Moser. [Sig.: "M."]


37 (Apr. 1800): 259-261. A: "Memoirs of C. S. Sonnini [Charles Nicolas Sigibert Sonnini de Manoncourt]."
Joseph Moser. [Sig.: "M."]


37 (Apr. 1800): 289-294. R: Joseph Planta's The History of the Helvetic Confederacy.
Joseph Moser. [Sig.: "M."]


37 (Apr. 1800): 294-298. R: Sonnini's Travels in Upper and Lower Egypt (conc.).
Joseph Moser. [Sig.: "M."]


37 (May 1800): 343-344 [misnumbered as 362]. L: "Cornelianum Dolium [re the identity of 'T.R.,' the author of a seventeenth-century play]."
Rev. Weeden Butler the Elder or the Younger. [Sig.: "W.B."; dated Chelsea, whence both Butlers sent numerous contributions to the GM, some of them signed "W.B."]


37 (May 1800): 371-376. R: Planta's History of the Helvetic Confederacy (cont.).
Joseph Moser. [Cont. of EM 37 (1800): 289-294, which is signed "M."]


37 (June 1800): 439-440. L: "Letter respecting Cornelianum Dolium."
Rev. Weeden Butler the Elder or the Younger. [Sig.: "W.B."; dated Chelsea, whence both Butlers sent numerous contributions to the GM, some of them signed "W.B."]


37 (June 1800): 449-453. R: Planta's History of the Helvetic Confederacy (cont.).
Joseph Moser. [Sig.: "M."]

Volume 38, 1800


38 (July 1800): 6-7. L: "Address of the antient Fraternity of Free and Accepted Masons to his Majesty, on his late Escape from Assassination" enc.
James Asperne. [Sig.: "Semaj Enrepsa," Asperne's name spelled in reverse]


38 (July 1800): 32-35. R: William Vincent's The Periplus of the Erythrean Sea.
Joseph Moser. [Sig.: "M."]


38 (July 1800): 35-38. R: Mary Ann Hanway's Andrew Stuart, or the Northern Wanderer.
Joseph Moser. [Sig.: "M."]


38 (July 1800): 38-42. R: Planta's History of the Helvetic Confederacy (cont.).
Joseph Moser. [Sig.: "M."]


38 (July 1800): 53. L: Cowper's "The Negro's Complaint" (p. 54) enc.
Rev. Weeden Butler the Elder or the Younger. [Sig.: "W.B."; dated Chelsea, whence both Butlers sent numerous contributions to the GM, some of them signed "W.B."]


38 (Aug. 1800): 88. A: "St. James's Epistles."
Rev. Henry Meen. [Sig.: "E."; Illust. 7: 36n, 37-38]


38 (Aug. 1800): 111-113. R: Patrick Colquhoun's A Treatise on the Commerce and Police of the River Thames.
Joseph Moser. [Sig.: "M."; content reflects Moser's interests as a magistrate.]


38 (Aug. 1800): 114-116. R: Jacques Julien Houton de La Billardière's Account of a Voyage in Search of La Pérouse (trans.).
Joseph Moser. [Sig.: "M."]


38 (Aug. 1800): 120-123. R: William Tooke's History of Russia, from the Foundation of the Monarchy by Rurik to the Accession of Catherine II.
Joseph Moser. [Conc. (EM 38 [1800]: 201-206) is signed "M."]


38 (Aug. 1800): 131-132. L: "Latin Version of 'Rule Britannia.'"
Rev. Weeden Butler the Elder or the Younger. [Sig.: "W.B."; dated Chelsea, whence both Butlers sent numerous contributions to the GM, some of them signed "W.B."]


38 (Sept. 1800): 167. A: "St. Matthew. C. 5. V. 36."
Rev. Henry Meen. [Sig.: "E."]


38 (Sept. 1800): 193-194. L: "Remarks on E.'s Observations on St. James's Epistle."
James Bindley [?]. [Sig.: "J.B."; Sherbo 84: 227 conjectures that James Bindley was "the 'J.B.' who contributed many pieces to the EM" but does not identify most of those pieces.]


38 (Sept. 1800): 194-196. R: A Grammar of the Malay Tongue.
Stephen Jones. [Sig.: "J."]


38 (Sept. 1800): 196-201. R: Labillardière's Account of a Voyage in Search of La Pérouse (conc.).
Joseph Moser. [Sig.: "M."]


38 (Sept. 1800): 201-206. R: Tooke's History of Russia (conc.).
Joseph Moser. [Sig.: "M."]


38 (Sept. 1800): 208-209. V: "The Emigrants. An Elegy."
John Dell. [Sig.: "Rusticus"; dated "Cottage of Mon Repos, Sturry, near Canterbury" (whence Dell habitually wrote); Biblio. Brit. 1: 294]


38 (Sept. 1800): 210. V: "Inscription on a Tree in the Garden of Mon Repos."
John Dell. [Sig.: "Rusticus"; dated "Cottage of Mon Repos, Sturry, Canterbury" (whence Dell habitually wrote); Biblio. Brit. 1: 294]


38 (Oct. 1800): 248. A: "St. James. C. 1. V. 17."
Rev. Henry Meen. [Sig.: "E."; Illust. 7: 36n, 37-38]


38 (Oct. 1800): 270-273. R: Francis Gladwin's Ayeen Akbery; or, The Institutes of the Emperor Akber. Translated from the original Persian.
Joseph Moser. [Sig.: "M."]


38 (Oct. 1800): 274-277. R: Mariana Starke's Letters from Italy, between the Years 1792 and 1798, containing a View of the Revolutions in that Country.
Joseph Moser. [Sig.: "M."]


38 (Oct. 1800): 277-278. R: Report on the Commission of Arts, to the First Consul Bonaparte, on the Antiquities of Upper Egypt.
Joseph Moser. [Sig.: "M."]


38 (Oct. 1800): 279-282. R: John Bidlake's The Summer's Eve: a Poem.
Stephen Jones. [Sig.: "J."]


38 (Oct. 1800): 282-284. R: Thomas Dermody's Poems, Moral and Descriptive.
Stephen Jones. [Sig.: "J."]


38 (Oct. 1800): 284-285. R: J. Hinckley's The History of Rinaldo Rinaldini, Captain of Banditti: translated from the German of Vulvius [Christian August Vulpius].
Stephen Jones. [Sig.: "J."]


38 (Oct. 1800): 289-291. V: "The Voice of Dura's Muse, or the Threatened Invasion of Great Britain. Written in 1796."
John Dell. [Sig.: "Rusticus"; dated "Cottage of Mon Repos, Sturry, Canterbury" (whence Dell habitually wrote); Biblio. Brit. 1: 294]


38 (Nov. 1800): 324-325. A: "Essays after the Manner of Goldsmith. Essay I."
George Brewer. [Sig.: "G.B."; Watson 138]


38 (Nov. 1800): 325-326. A: "An Apparition."
Rev. Weeden Butler the Elder or the Younger. [Sig.: "W.B."; dated Chelsea, whence both Butlers sent numerous contributions to the GM, some of them signed "W.B."]


38 (Nov. 1800): 327. A: "St. James's Epistle. C. 1. V. 17."
Rev. Henry Meen. [Sig.: "E."; Illust. 7: 36n, 37-38]


38 (Nov. 1800): 349-353. R: Starke's Letters from Italy (conc.).
Joseph Moser. [Sig.: "M."]


38 (Nov. 1800): 353-357. R: Gladwin's Ayeen Akbery (conc.)
Joseph Moser. [Sig.: "M."]


38 (Nov. 1800): 357-360. R: A Collection of Papers on Naval Architecture.
Joseph Moser. [Sig.: "M."]


38 (Nov. 1800): 360-361. R: Francis Dobbs's A concise View, from History and Prophecy, of the great Predictions in the Sacred Writings.
Stephen Jones. [Sig.: "J."]


38 (Dec. 1800): 404-407. A: "Essays after the Manner of Goldsmith. Essay II."
George Brewer. [Sig.: "G.B."; Watson 138]


38 (Dec. 1800): 417-418. L: "Two Original Letters from the late Mrs. Elizabeth Montagu" to Dr. Messenger Monsey enc.
Isaac Reed. [Sherbo 84: 212, 217] [Pseud.: "C.D."]


38 (Dec. 1800): 423. L: "Some Account of Mrs. Monk, Daughter of Lord Molesworth; with some Verses written by her to her Brother in Italy, upon his sending and dedicating to her his Translation of Tasso's Amintas."
Isaac Reed. [Sherbo 84: 212, 217] [Pseud.: "C.D."]


38 (Dec. 1800): 431-435. R: Lieut. Col. Taylor's Letters on India, Political, Commercial, and Military.
Joseph Moser. [Sig.: "M."]


38 (Dec. 1800): 435-438. R: William Illingworth's An Inquiry into the Laws, Ancient and Modern, respecting Forestalling, Regrating, and Ingrossing.
Joseph Moser. [Sig.: "M."]

Volume 39, 1801


39 (Jan. 1801): 4-7. A: "Essays after the Manner of Goldsmith. Essay III."
George Brewer. [Watson 138]


39 (Jan. 1801): 8. L: "Macbeth. Shakspeare."
Rev. Weeden Butler the Elder or the Younger. [Sig.: "W.B."; dated Chelsea, whence both Butlers sent numerous contributions to the GM, some of them signed "W.B."]


39 (Jan. 1801): 9-12. L: "Notes to the Pictures at Woburn Abbey. By H.W. [Horace Walpole] 1791" enc.
Isaac Reed. [Sherbo 84: 212, 217] [Pseud.: "C.D."]


39 (Jan. 1801): 25-29. R: Charles François Philibert Masson's Secret Memoirs of the Court of Petersburgh.
Joseph Moser. [Sig.: "M."]


39 (Jan. 1801): 38. A: "Lycophron's Cassandra. L. 1336."
Rev. Henry Meen. [Sig.: "R."; Illust. 7: 36n-37n]


39 (Feb. 1801): 86-88. A: "Essays after the Manner of Goldsmith. Essay IV."
George Brewer. [Sig.: "G.B."; Watson 138]


39 (Mar. 1801): 91-93. A: "Notes to the Pictures at Woburn Abbey. By H.W. [Horace Walpole] 1791 [conc.]."
Isaac Reed (transmitter of the item). [Sherbo 84: 212, 217]


39 (Feb. 1801): 98-100. L: "Non-Resident Clergy."
John Dell. [Sig.: "Rusticus"; dated "Cottage of Mon Repos, near Canterbury" (whence Dell habitually wrote); Biblio. Brit. 1: 294]


39 (Feb. 1801): 100-102. L: "Remarks on, and Extracts from Dr. [Meric] Casaubon's 'Treatise proving Spirits, Witches, and supernatural Operations, by pregnant Instances and Evidences; together with other Things worthy of Note.'"
Rev. Weeden Butler the Elder or the Younger. [Sig.: "W.B."; dated Chelsea, whence both Butlers sent numerous contributions to the GM, some of them signed "W.B."]


39 (Feb. 1801): 103-104. A: "Friendship."
Rev. Weeden Butler the Elder or the Younger. [Sig.: "W.B."; dated Chelsea, whence both Butlers sent numerous contributions to the GM, some of them signed "W.B."]


39 (Feb. 1801): 108-113. R: Christian Frederick Damberger's Travels in the Interior of Africa (trans.).
Joseph Moser. [Conc. (EM 39 [1801]: 193-198) is signed "M."]


39 (Feb. 1801): 113-118. R: Masson's Secret Memoirs of the Court of Petersburgh (conc.).
Joseph Moser. [Sig.: "M."]


39 (Feb. 1801): 120. A: "Lycophron.--L. 72-76."
Rev. Henry Meen. [Sig.: "R."; Illust. 7: 36n-37n]


39 (Feb. 1801): 124-126. V: "Kisses. Now first translated into English from the Basia of Joannes Rusticus Dellius, the Hermit, a Native of Dubrisium [Dover]. Written, originally, in Latin, about 500 Years since [signed 'Translator']."
John Dell. ["Joannes Rusticus Dellius" as purported author; dated "Cottage of Mon Repos, Sturry, near Canterbury" (whence Dell habitually wrote); Biblio. Brit. 1: 294] [Pseud.: "Translator"]


39 (Mar. 1801): 167. A: "Lycophron. L. 408-416."
Rev. Henry Meen. [Sig.: "R."; Illust. 7: 36n-37n]


39 (Mar. 1801): 178-181. L: "Further Remarks on, and Extracts from Dr. [Meric] Casaubon's 'Treatise proving Spirits, Witches, and supernatural Operations, by pregnant Instances and Evidences; together with other Things worthy of Note.'"
Rev.
Weeden Butler the Elder or the Younger. [Sig.: "W.B."; dated Chelsea, whence both Butlers sent numerous contributions to the GM, some of them signed "W.B."]


39 (Mar. 1801): 184-185. L: "Macbeth. Shakspeare."
Rev. Weeden Butler the Elder or the Younger. [Sig.: "W.B."; dated Chelsea, whence both Butlers sent numerous contributions to the GM, some of them signed "W.B."]


39 (Mar. 1801): 185-187. A: "Essays after the Manner of Goldsmith. Essay V."
George Brewer. [Sig.: "G.B."; Watson 138]


39 (Mar. 1801): 188-193. R: Hester Lynch Piozzi's Retrospection; or, a Review of the most striking and important Events, Characters, Situations, and their Consequences, which the last Eighteen Hundred Years have presented to the View of Mankind.
Joseph Moser. [Sig.: "M."]


39 (Mar. 1801): 193-198. R: Damberger's Travels in the Interior of Africa (conc.).
Joseph Moser. [Sig.: "M."]


39 (Mar. 1801): 206-208. V: "Kisses . . . of Joannes Rusticus Dellius . . . [signed 'The Translator'; cont.]."
John Dell. ["Joannes Rusticus Dellius" as purported author; dated "Cottage of Mon Repos, near Canterbury" (whence Dell habitually wrote); Biblio. Brit. 1: 294] [Pseud.: "The Translator"]


39 (Apr. 1801): 247-248. L: "Letter from Sir Edward Hawke to the Duke d'Aiguillon" enc.
Isaac Reed. [Sherbo 84: 212, 217] [Pseud. "C.D."]


39 (Apr. 1801): 264-267. A: "Essays after the Manner of Goldsmith. Essay VI."
George Brewer. [Sig.: "G.B."; Watson 138]


39 (Apr. 1801): 267-270. R: John Irving Maxwell's The Spirit of Marine Law.
Joseph Moser. [Sig.: "M."]


39 (Apr. 1801): 271-276. R: Piozzi's Retrospection (conc.).
Joseph Moser. [Sig.: "M."]


39 (Apr. 1801): 278-279. A: "Lycophron. L. 202-203."
Rev. Henry Meen. [Sig.: "R."; Illust. 7: 36n-37n]


39 (Apr. 1801): 281-282. V: "Kisses . . . of Joannes Rusticus Dellius . . . [signed 'The Translator'; cont.]."
John Dell. ["Joannes Rusticus Dellius" as purported author; dated "Cottage of Mon Repos, near Canterbury" (whence Dell habitually wrote); Biblio. Brit. 1: 294] [Pseud.: "The Translator"]


39 (May 1801): 325-327. A: "Essays after the Manner of Goldsmith. Essay VII."
George Brewer. [Watson 138]


39 (May 1801): 328. A: "Lycophron. L. 366."
Rev. Henry Meen. [Sig.: "R."; Illust. 7: 36n-37n]


39 (May 1801): 340-341. L: "Account of a Visit to Birmingham."
James Gee [?]. [Sig.: "A Walsall Man"; James Gee of Walsall contributed several signed pieces to the EM starting in 1796.]


39 (May 1801): 346-350. R: Sir John Sinclair's The Statistical Account of Scotland.
Joseph Moser. [Sig.: "M."]


39 (May 1801): 350-353. R: The Life, Adventures, and Opinions of Colonel George Hanger, written by Himself.
Joseph Moser. [Sig.: "M."]


39 (May 1801): 360. V: "The Bowl of Punch."
John Dell. [Sig.: "Rusticus"; dated "Cottage of Mon Repos, near Canterbury" (whence Dell habitually wrote); Biblio. Brit. 1: 294]


39 (May 1801): 362. V: "To the AEolian Harp."
James Bindley [?]. [Sig.: "J.B."; Sherbo 84: 227 conjectures that James Bindley was "the 'J.B.' who contributed many pieces to the EM" but does not identify most of those pieces.]


39 (May 1801): 362-363. V: "Elegy. From Psalm LV."
James Bindley [?]. [Sig.: "J.B."; Sherbo 84: 227 conjectures that James Bindley was "the 'J.B.' who contributed many pieces to the EM" but does not identify most of those pieces.]


39 (May 1801): 363-364. V: "Kisses . . . of Joannes Rusticus Dellius . . . [signed 'Translator'; conc.]."
John Dell. ["Joannes Rusticus Dellius" as purported author; dated "Cottage of Mon Repos, near Canterbury" (whence Dell habitually wrote); Biblio. Brit. 1: 294] [Pseud.: "Translator"]


39 (June 1801): 404-407. A: "Essays after the Manner of Goldsmith. Essay VIII."
George Brewer. [Sig.: "G.B."; Watson 138]


39 (June 1801): 422-423. L: "Sonnet to a Rose," "Sonnet to a Frog," and "Sonnet to a Wash-ball" enc.
John Dell. [Sig.: "Rusticus"; dated "Cottage of Mon Repos" (whence Dell habitually wrote); Biblio. Brit. 1: 294]


39 (June 1801): 424-428. R: The Asiatic Annual Register . . . for the Year 1800.
Joseph Moser. [Sig.: "M."]


39 (June 1801): 428-433. R: The Life, Adventures, and Opinions of Colonel George Hanger, written by Himself (conc.).
Joseph Moser. [Sig.: "M."]


39 (June 1801): 434. R: Charles Marshall's On the Appropriation and Inclosure of Commonland and Intermixed Lands.
Stephen Jones. [Sig.: "J."]


39 (June 1801): 437-438. R: Considerations on the present State of Europe with respect to Peace or a further Prosecution of the War.
Joseph Moser. [Sig.: "M."]


39 (June 1801): 443-444. A: "Lycophron. L. 800-804."
Rev. Henry Meen. [Sig.: "R."; Illust. 7: 36n-37n]


39 (June 1801): 448. V: "Epigram. To G.D."
John Dell. [Sig.: "Rusticus"; dated "Cottage of Mon Repos, near Canterbury" (whence Dell habitually wrote); Biblio. Brit. 1: 294]

Volume 40, 1801


40 (July 1801): 4-6. A: "Essays after the Manner of Goldsmith. Essay IX."
George Brewer. [Watson 138]


40 (July 1801): 6-7. A: "Lycophron. L. 110-114."
Rev. Henry Meen. [Sig.: "R."; Illust. 7: 36n-37n]


40 (July 1801): 35-38. R: Robert Charles Dallas's Percival; or, Nature Vindicated.
Joseph Moser. [Sig.: "M."]


40 (July 1801): 38-41. R: Robert Patton's The Principles of Asiatic Monarchies politically and historically investigated.
Joseph Moser. [Sig.: "M."]


40 (July 1801): 41-43. R: James Malton's The Young Painter's Maulstick, being a practical Treatise on Perspective.
Joseph Moser. [Sig.: "M."]


40 (July 1801): 45. R: Samuel Jackson Pratt's Gleanings in England, Vol. II.
Stephen Jones. [Sig.: "J."]


40 (July 1801): 46-47. V: "Retreat to the Cottage of Mon Repos. A Poetical Olio."
John Dell. [Sig.: "John the Hermit"; dated "Cottage of Mon Repos, near Canterbury" (whence Dell habitually wrote); Biblio. Brit. 1: 294]


40 (July 1801): 47-48. V: "Retreat to the Cottage of Mon Repos."
John Dell. [Sig.: "John, The Hermit"; dated "Cottage of Mon Repos, near Canterbury" (whence Dell habitually wrote); Biblio. Brit. 1: 294]


40 (Aug. 1801): 88. A: "Lycophron's Cassandra. L. 1204, 1126."
Rev. Henry Meen. [Sig.: "R."; Illust. 7: 36n-37n]


40 (Aug. 1801): 89-90. L: "Sir Thomas Brown," inc. a "Memorandum [by White Kennet] in a Copy of the Works of Sir Thomas Brown, formerly belonging to Dr. White Kennet, Bishop of Peterborough."
Isaac Reed. [Sherbo 84: 212, 217] [Pseud.: "C.D."]


40 (Aug. 1801): 99-101. A: "Essays after the Manner of Goldsmith. Essay IX [conc.]."
George Brewer. [Sig.: "G.B."; Watson 138]


40 (Aug. 1801): 108-110. R: Robert Charles Dallas's The Natural History of Volcanoes. . . . Translated from the original French Manuscript.
Joseph Moser. [Sig.: "M."]


40 (Aug. 1801): 123-124. V: "The Retreat to the Cottage of Mon Repos [cont.]."
John Dell. [Sig.: "John, the Hermit"; reference to the Cottage of Mon Repos; Biblio. Brit. 1: 294]


40 (Sept. 1801): 169. L: "Dr. [Samuel] Clarke and Mr. [Henry] Dodwell."
Isaac Reed. [Sig.: "C.D."; Sherbo 84: 212 overlooks this contribution.]


40 (Sept. 1801): 189-193. R: Francis Hare Naylor's The History of Helvetia.
Joseph Moser. [Cont. (EM 40 [1801]: 279-281) is signed "M."]


40 (Sept. 1801): 194-195. A: "Lycophron's Cassandra. L. 154, 155."
Rev. Henry Meen. [Sig.: "R."; Illust. 7: 36n-37n]


40 (Sept. 1801): 195-198. A: "Essays after the Manner of Goldsmith. Essay X."
George Brewer. [Sig.: "G.B."; Watson 138]


40 (Sept. 1801): 201-202. V: "Barham Downs; or, Goody Grizzle and Her Ass."
John Dell. [Sig.: "Rusticus"; dated "Cottage of Mon Repos, near Canterbury" (whence Dell habitually wrote); Biblio. Brit. 1: 294]


40 (Sept. 1801): 203. V: "Extempore. Written at Dover, Jan. 10, 1795."
John Dell. [Sig.: "Rusticus"; Biblio. Brit. 1: 294]


40 (Oct. 1801): 244-246. A: "Essays after the Manner of Goldsmith. Essay XI."
George Brewer. [Watson 138]


40 (Oct. 1801): 275-279. R: Wilhelm Render's A Tour through Germany.
Joseph Moser. [Sig.: "M."]


40 (Oct. 1801): 279-281. R: Naylor's History of Helvetia (conc.).
Joseph Moser. [Sig.: "M."]


40 (Oct. 1801): 284-285. A: "Lycophron's Cassandra. L. 626-629."
Rev. Henry Meen. [Sig.: "R."; Illust. 7: 36n-37n]


40 (Oct. 1801): 294-295. V: "The Retreat to the Cottage of Mon Repos . . . [cont.]."
John Dell. [Sig.: "John, the Hermit"; dated "Cottage of Mon Repos, near Canterbury" (whence Dell habitually wrote); Biblio. Brit. 1: 294]


40 (Oct. 1801): 295-296. V: "The Retreat to the Cottage of Mon Repos . . . [cont.]."
John Dell. [Sig.: "John, the Hermit"; reference to the Cottage of Mon Repos; Biblio. Brit. 1: 294]


40 (Oct. 1801): 296. V: "On a Father's Birth-Day."
Rev. Weeden Butler the Younger. [Sig.: "W.B."; dated Chelsea, whence both Butlers sent numerous contributions to the GM, some of them signed "W.B."; content indicates that Weeden Butler the Younger was the author.]


40 (Nov. 1801): 326-327. A: "Lycophron's Cassandra. L. 730-731."
Rev. Henry Meen. [Sig.: "R."; Illust. 7: 36n-37n]


40 (Nov. 1801): 347-349. L: "Dr. [James] Chelsum."
Rev. Weeden Butler the Elder or the Younger. [Sig.: "W.B."; dated Chelsea, whence both Butlers sent numerous contributions to the GM, some of them signed "W.B."]


40 (Nov. 1801): 352-357. R: The Picture of Petersburgh, from the German of Henry Storch.
Joseph Moser. [Sig.: "M."]


40 (Nov. 1801): 357-360. R: Render's Tour through Germany (conc.).
Joseph Moser. [Sig.: "M."]


40 (Nov. 1801): 361-362. L: "Enquiry respecting the various Works of Art in Italy."
John Dell. [Sig.: "Rusticus"; dated "Cottage of Mon Repos, near Canterbury" (whence Dell habitually wrote); Biblio. Brit. 1: 294]


40 (Nov. 1801): 367-368. V: "The Retreat to the Cottage of Mon Repos [cont.]."
John Dell. [Sig.: "John, the Hermit"; dated Canterbury; Biblio. Brit. 1: 294]


40 (Dec. 1801): 407. V: "Epitaph [on George Steevens] in Poplar Chapel."
William Hayley. [Sherbo 84: 225] [Pseud.: "W.H."]


40 (Dec. 1801): 408. A: "Lycophron's Cassandra, L. 733-734."
Rev. Henry Meen. [Sig.: "R."; Illust. 7: 36n-37n]


40 (Dec. 1801): 424-426. A: "Essays after the Manner of Goldsmith. Essay XII."
George Brewer. [Sig.: "G.B."; Watson 138]


40 (Dec. 1801): 428-433. R: Charles Nicolas Sigibert Sonnini de Manoncourt's Travels in Greece and Turkey.
Joseph Moser. [Sig.: "M."]


40 (Dec. 1801): 443-445. V: "The Retreat to the Cottage of Mon Repos [cont.]."
John Dell. [Sig.: "John, the Hermit"; dated "Sturry, near Canterbury" (whence Dell habitually wrote; Biblio. Brit. 1: 294]


40 (Dec. 1801): 445-446. V: "[Two] Sonnets on a Prospect of Peace."
Dr. Thomas Trotter. [Sig.: "Dr. Trotter"]