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No. ledge-Story of Mr. Friendly and his nephew

Hawkesworth. 18. Critical remarks upon Fables-Fable of the

Dog and Shadow upon a new plan · Hawkesworth. 19. Proposals to improve the Dramatic Entertainment of the Animal Comedians

Bathurst. 20. Imperceptible Deviation to Vice-Moral use of

punishment-Remonstrances of Conscience uni

versal—Amurath, an Eastern Story. Hawkesworth. 21. Eastern Story continued 22. Eastern Story concluded 23. Scheme of a new Memorandum-Book for the

Use of the Ladies, with a specimen. Bathurst. 24. A parallel between an evening spent at the play

house, and the several stages of Life. Hawkesworth. 25. Infelicities of Matrimony produced by an imprudent Choice: exemplified in many characters

Bathurst. 26. Right of the Town to suppress Dramatic Performances; an Allegory

Hawkesworth. 27. An Allegorical Letter from Night : AnonRequisites to the successful Practice of Physic

Hawkesworth. 28. The practice of the positive Duties of Religion influence moral conduct

Hawkesworth. 29. The Character of a Gamester defended 30, The Ladies directed in the Choice of a Husband -Good-nature described

Hawkesworth. 31. The Origin of Cunning; an Allegory 32. Religion the only foundation of Content, an Eastern Story

Hawkesworth. 33. Indirect quarrelling in Company censured

Harokesworth. 34. Folly of extravagance- The Story of Misargyrus



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No. 35. Plan of a new Paper called the Beau Monde

Bathurst. 36. Directions to the Ladies, for their Conduct to a Husband

Hawkesworth. 37. Happiness properly estimated by its degree in

whatever subject-Remarkable Instances of Cruelty to Brutes

Hawkesworth. Elegy on a Blackbird

Jago. 38. No life pleasing to God, that is not useful to Man; an Eastern Story

Hawkesworth. 39. An encomium on Sleep

Johnson. 40. The Existence of Evil, and unequal Distribution

of Happiness and Misery, necessary to exercise Virtue and animate Hope

Hawkesworth. 41. Sequel to the Story of Misargyrus Johnson.




No. 1-41.

-Tentanda via est ; quâ me quoque possim Tollere humo, victorque virâm volitare per ora.-Virg. On vent'rous wing in quest of praise I go, And leave the gazing multitude below.

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