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The lords protest relating to the privilege of parliament, in the case of writing and publishing seditious libels.
 His majesty's most gracious speech to both houses of parliament, on Thursday April 19, 1764.
 Preliminary articles of peace, friendship and alliance, entered into between
the English and the deputies sent from the whole Seneca nation.  Terms of peace granted August 1764, by colonel Bradstreet, to the deputies
from the Delawares, Shawanese, Hurons of Sandusky, and other Indians of the countries between Lake Erie and the Ohio.
 Substance of the treaty between the courts of Petersburgh and Berlin. ibid. Memorial of the Porte, delivered in March 1764 to the foreign miniflers at
that court, in relation to the future election of a king of Poland.  Protest against the Polish dyet assembled for the election of a king, drawn up
and signed the 7th May 1764. by twenty senators; to which proteft fortyfive nuncios afterwards signed an act of adherence.
ibid. A discourse addressed by his Polish majesty to the prince primate and the mar
sal of the dyet, in the cathedral of Warsaw, when he received the di
ploma of his ele&tion, and took the oath usual on that occafion.  Manifefto published by the court of Petersburgh, on occafion of the death of
[ Papers relative to East India affairs.
Charakter of the late earl of Hardwicke.
279 An account of the inhabitants of Camchatca, and of the country itself.
Of the inhabitants of St. Kilda, and of the island itself: Anecdotes of Jethro Tull, efq; inventor of the new method of husbandry,
called the horse-hoeing. Some account of the life and writings of Mr. Thomas Simpson, late pro
feffor of mathematics at his majesty's academy at Woolwich. 29 The
life of the abbé De la Caille, member of the royal academy of sciences at Paris, &c.
3.8 Some account of the life of the late excellent and eminent Stephen Hales, D.D. F. R. S.
42 Memoirs of Sir Godfrey Kneller.
49 Account of the life of Mr. Samuel Boyje. Memoirs of the Rev. Mr. Charles Churchill.
of Mr. William Hogarth. An account of James Wodboule, the poetical fbcc-maker. Some account of the late • learned George Pjalmanazar, the reputed For17:0/an and convert to Cbrifianity.
On faining elm boards of a mahogany colour, with a bint towards faining
A letter from the learned Father Jacquier, professor of mathematics in the
college of Sapienza at Rome, concerning the supposed Egyptian bust at
of English filver money from King William I. Ann. 1066, to K. George
year 1268, in the reign of St. Louis, and remaining in force to this
in Latin by William Fitzstephen, a monk of Canterbury, who flourished
in the reign of Henry II.
dinners and suppers, with her majesty (queen Elizabeth's) breakefast, and
ESSA Y S.
Remarks on fimplicity in writing.
Dialogue between a king and his favourite, on the apparent happiness of
human conditions, by Stanislaus, King of Poland, Duke of Lorrain
Elegy, by Mr. Shenstone.
way to be wise.
An Account of Books published in 1764.
the year 1745