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1. A Letter from JEREMY BENTHAM
Esq. respecting JOHN LIND, Esq.,
Dr. NATH. FORSTER, and Dr. PARR;
2. Notices of Dr. NATH. FORSTER,
with Extracts from his Ms. Letters;
3. A Full and Complete Vindication
of Dr. PARR's Conduct towards BP.
HURD, including Sketches of the
WARBURTONIAN Controversies, and
Notices of FRANCIS and HENRY
COVENTRY, and T. GREEN, of Lords
CHEDWORTH and HAILES, of Drs.
BERDMORE, HALLIFAX, JOHNSON,
JORTIN, LELAND, LOWTH, J. TAY-
LOR, and TUCKER, of MARKLAND,
POTTER, and TOUP; 4. Notices of
JACOB BRYANT, PROVOST COOKE,
N. and GEO. HARDINGE, PROF.
HERMANN, CAPEL LLOFT, ARCHBP.
MARKHAM, MONTESQUIEU, POrson,
Bp. SHIPLEY, Gilb. Wakefield, and
other Literary and Contemporary
Characters: 5. Dr. PARR's Observa-
tions on the Etymology of the word
SUBLIMIS, approved by DUGALD
STEWART and Dr. COPLESTON, with
a Refutation of them by Dr. JOHN
HUNTER and PROF. DUNBAR; 6.
Dr. PARR'S Character of G. WAKE-
FIELD; 7. Dr. PARR's Critique on
G. W.'s Edition of HORACE; 8. Dr.
PARR'S Letter to the Editor of the
BRITISH CRITIC, on certain Inter-
polations in HORACE; 9. Notices of
the OSSIANIC Controversy, including
the Opinions of ADELUNG, C. BUT-
LER, Dr. NATHAN DRAKE, Gray,
T. GREEN, HURD, R. P. Knight,
H. NEELE, PARR, CHR. SAXIUS, J.
SCOTT, SIR WALTER SCOTT, Lieut.
GEN. VALLANCEY, WARBURTON,
WORDSWORTH, and others, with
JOHN BOHN, HENRIETTA-STREET, COVENT-GARDEN.
Printed by F. Skill, Swaffham.