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Art of Thinking, 13
6. The fox and the goat,
7. The fox and the stork,
8. The court of death,
9. The partial judge,
10. The sick lion, the fox, and the
11. Dishonesty punished,
12. The picture,
13. The two bees,
Dodfey's Fables, 22
14. Beauty and deformity,
Percival's Tales, 23
15. Remarkable instance of friends
Art of Speaking,
16. Dionysius and Damocles, ibid.
17. Character of Catiline,
18. Avarice and Luxury,
19. Hercules's choice,
20. Will. Honeycomb's Spectator, Spectator,
21. On good breeding,
22. Address to a young student, Knox,
23. Advantages of, and motives to
THE bad reader,
2. Respect due to old age, Spectator,
3. Piety to God recommended to
4. Modesty and docility,
6. Benevolence and humanity, ibid.
7. Industry and application, ibid.
8. Proper employment of time, ibid.
9. The true patriot,
Art of Thinking,
10. On contentment,
II. Needle-work recommended to
12. On Pride,
13. Journal of the life of Alexander
14.. Character of Julius Cæsar, Middleton,
15. On mispent time,
16. Character of Francis I.
17. The supper and grace,
18. Rustic felicity,
1g. House of mourning,
of a constant adherence to
2. Impertinence in discourse, Theophrastus,
3. Character of Addison as a writer, Johnson,
4. Pleasure and Pain,
5. Sir Roger de Coverly's family, ibid.
6. The folly of inconsistent expec-
7. Description of the valeòf Keswick
8. Pity, an allegory.
9. Advantages of commerce,
10. On public speaking,
II. Advantages of history,
12. On the immortality of the foul, Spectator,
13. The combat of the Horatii and
14. On the power of custom, Spectator,
15. On pedantry,
16. The journey of a day; a pic-
ture of huinan life.
ESCRIPTION of the am-
phitheatre of Titus, Gibbon,
2. Reflections in Westminster Ab-'
3. The character of Maryqueen of
4. The character of Q. Elizabeth, Hime,'
5. Charles Vi's resignation of his
6. Importance of virtue,
7. Address to Art,
9. The absent man,
10. The monk,
11. On the head-dress of the ladies, Spectator,
ON grace in writing,
Fitzsborne's Letters, 136 -
2. On the itructure of animals, Spectator,
3. On natural and fantastical plea-
4. The folly and madness of am-
5. Battle of Pharfalia and the death
6. Character of king Alfred, Hume,
7. Awkwardness in company, Chesterfield,
3. Virtue man's highest intereft, Harris,
g. On the pleasure arising from
objects of light,
10. Liberty and Navery,
11. The cant of criticism,
12. Parallel between Pope and Dry.
13. The ftory of Le Fever, Sterne,
2. Ode to Leven Water,
3. Ode from the sixth psalm, Spectator,
4. Rural charms,
5. The painter 'who pleafed' no-
body and every-body,
6. Diversityin the human character, Pope,
7. The toilet,
8. The hermit,
9. On the death of Mrs Mason, Mason,
10. Extract from the Temple of
11. The Country Clergyman, Goldsmith,
12. A panegyric on Great Britain, Thomson,
13. Hymn to the Deity, on the fea-
fons of the year,
S E-CTION VIE
2. On the order of nature,
3. Description of a country ale-
4. Character of a country school-
5.Story of Palemon and Lavinia, Thoinson,
6. Celadon and Amelia,
7: Description of Mab, queen of
8. On the existence of a Deity,
9. Evening in Paradise, &c.
10. Elegy written in a country
11. Scipio refroring the captive
lady to her lover,
I 2. Humorous complaint to Dr Ar-
buthnot of the impertinence.
13. Hymn to Adversity,
14 The paflions. An'ode.
loss of light,
2. L'Allegro, or the merry man,
3. On the pursuits of mankind,
4. Adam and Eve's morning hymn, Milton,
5. Parting of Hector and Andro-
6. Facetious history of John Gilpin, Cowper,
7. The creation of the world,
8. Overthrow of the rebel angels, ibid.
9. Alexander's feast, or the power
I. OMULUS to the people of
Rome, after building the
2 Hannibal to Scipio Africanus, ibid.
3. Scipio's reply,
4. Calisthenes's reproof of Cleon's
flattery to Alexander,
5. Caius Marius to the Romans, Hooke,
6. Publius Scipio to the Roman
7. Hannibal to the Carthaginian
8. Adherbal to the Roman senators, Sallust,
9. Camuleius to the Roman consuls, Hooke,
10. Junius Brutus over the dead
body of Lucretia,
11. Demosthenes to the Athenians,
12. Jupiter to the inferiour deities, Horner,
13. Æneas to Queen Dido,
14. Moloch to the irfernal powers,
6:15. Speech of Belial, advising peace, ibid.