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V.

CHAY.

The Dervise.

Turkish Tale.
III. Avarice and Luxury.
IV. Pleasure and Pain.

Labour.
VI.

The old Man and his Ass.
VII. Hercules's Choice.
VIII. Pity.
IX. The Dead Ass.
X.

The Sword.
XI. Maria.
XII. The Camelion.
XIII. The Youth and the Philosopher..
XIV. Sir Balaam.
XV. Edwin and Emma.
XVI. Celadon and Amelia.
XVII. Juno and Theana.
XVIII. Douglas to Lord Randolph.
XIX. Othello's Apology.

Spectator.

ibid. ibid. ibid. World.

ibid.

Tatler.
Mrs. Barbauld.

Sterne.
ibid.
ibid.
Merrick.
Wbitebead.

Pope.
Mallet.
Thomson.
Grainger:

Home.
Sbakespear.

Β Ο Ο Κ ΙΙ.
DIDACTIC PIE CE S.

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ibid,

Sterne.

CRAP.
III. On Sincerity,

Tillotson. 68
On Honour.

Guardian. 71 V. On Good Humour.

Rambler. 74
On the Knowledge of the World.
II. On the Advantages of uniting Gentleness of Manners with
Firmness of Mind.

Lord Cbesterfield.
VIII. On Good Sense.

Melmoth.
IX. On Study.

Bacon.
X. On Satirical Wit.
XI. Hamlet's Instructions to the Players. Shakespear.
XII. The present Condition of Man vindicated. Pope.
XIII. On the Order of Nature.

ibid.

go XIV. The Origin of Superstition and Tyranny.

92 XV. On Happiness.

ibid. XVI. On Virtue.

97 XVII. On Verfification.

ibid. 100 XVIII. Leffons on Wisdom.

Armstrong JO1 XIX. Against Indolence; an Epiftle.

104 XX. Elegy to a young Nobleman.

Mafon.

107 XXI. On the Miseries of Human Life.

Tbemfon. . 109 XXII. Reflections on a Future State.

ibid. 110 XXIII. On Procrastination.

Young. 112 XXIV. The Pain arising from Virtuous Emotions attended with Pleasure.

Akenfide. 113 XXV. On Taite. XXVI. The Pleasures arising from a cultivated Imagination. ibid. 119

ibid.

95

ibid.

ibid.

117

Β ο ο Κ ΙV. ARGUMENTATIVE PIECES.

122

129

l. : On Anger.

Holland. II. Virtue our highest Interest.

Harris. VII. The same Subject.

ibid.

130 IV. On the Immortality of the Soul.

Speétator. 134 V. On the Being of a God.

Young.

134 Β Ο Ο Κ V. ORATIONS AND HARANGUES.

1. II. WI.

Junius Brutus over the dead Body of Lucretia. Livy. '136
Hannibal to his Soldiers.

ibid. 138 C. Marius to the Romans, on their hesitating to appoint

him General in the Expedition againit jugurtha, merely
on Account of his Extractions

Salluf. 141
IV. Califheres's

v.

CHAY.

*Page IV. Califthenes's Reproof of Cleon's Flattery to Alexander.

Quintus Curtius. 145 The Scythian Ambassadors to Alexander. ibid. 146, VI. Galgacus the General of the Caledonii to his Army, to in

cite them to Action against the Romans. Tacitus. 149 VII. The Earl of Arundel's Speech, propofing an Accommodation

between Henry II. and Stephen. Lord Lyttelton. 152 VIII. Mr. Pulteney's Speech on the Motion for reducing the Army.

158 IX. Sir John St. Aubin's Speech for repealing the Septennial

Act.
X. - Sir Robert Walpole's Reply.

168 XI. Lord Lyttelton's Speech on the Repeal of the Act called the

Jew Bill, in the Year 1753. XII. In Praise of Virtue.

Price. 178 XIII. The Speech of Brutus on the Death of Cæsar. Shakespear. 179 XIV. Glocefter's Speech to the Nobles.

. ibid.

161

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182 188 193 195 196 198

202

J. On Happiness.

Harris. Jl. The fame Subject.

ibid. . III. On Criticism.

Sterne. IV. On Negroes.

ibid. V. Rivers and Sir Harry.

False Delicacy. VI. Sir John Melvil and Sterling. Clandestine Marriage. VII. Belcour and Stockwell.

West Indian. VIII. Lord Eustace and Frampton.

School for Rakes.
IX. Duke and Lord.

Shakespear.
Duke and Jaques.

ibid. XI. Henry and Lord Chief Justice.

ibid. XII. Archbishop of Canterbury and Bishop of Ely. ibid. XIII. Hamlet and Horatio.

ibid. XIV. Brutus and Cassius.

itid. XV. Belarius, Guiderius, and Arviragus. ibid.

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PATHETIC PIEC E S.

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