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BIOGRAPHICAL, Historical, and Critical Preface. 1. Courage, why honoured as a Virtue-Adventurer characterized, and his Achievements projected . . . . . . . Hawkesworth. 2. Intellectual and Corporal Labour compared

Hawkesworth. 3. Project for a new Pantomime Entertainment

Bathurst. 4. Of the different kinds of Narrative, and why

they are universally read . Hawkesworth. 5. Remark on Dreaming-Various Transmigra

tions related by a Flea . . . Hawkesworth. 6. Project for an Auction of Manuscripts, by Timothy Spinbrain, Author ó i' Bathurst. 7. Distress encouraged to hope: the History of Melissa . . . . . . . Hawkesworth. 8. The History of Melissa concluded 9. Impropriety of Signs . . . . Bathurst 10. Happiness and Misery, how far the necessary

effects of Virtue and Vice . . Hawkesworth. 11. An allegorical Letter from To-Day -12. The Influence of Infidelity upon Moral Conduct:

Story of Opsinous . . . . Hawkesworth. 13. The Story of Opsinous continued 14. The Story of Opsinous concluded 15. The Insolence and Absurdity of Advertisements by Quacks—Pernicious consequences of granting

them patents . . . . . . Hawkesworth. 16. Of instructing by Fiction . . 17. Curiosity necessary to entertainment and know

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BIOGRAPHICAL, Historical, and Critical Preface. 1. Courage, why honoured as a Virtue-Adventurer characterized, and his Achievements pro

jected . . . . . . . Hawkesworth. 2. Intellectual and Corporal Labour compared

Hawkesworth. 3. Project for a new Pantomime Entertainment

Bathurst. 4. Of the different kinds of Narrative, and why

they are universally read . . Hawkesworth. 5. Remark on Dreaming—Various Transmigra

tions related by a Flea . . . Hawkesworth. 6. Project for an Auction of Manuscripts, by Ti

mothy Spinbrain, Author i i . Bathurst. 7. Distress encouraged to hope: the History of

Melissa . . . . . . . Hawkesworth. 8. The History of Melissa concluded -9. Impropriety of Signs . . . . Bathurst 10. Happiness and Misery, how far the necessary,

effects of Virtue and Vice . . Hawkesworth. ll. An allegorical Letter from To-Day -12. The Influence of Infidelity upon Moral Conduct:

Story of Opsinous . . . . Hawkesworth. 13. The Story of Opsinous continued 14. The Story of Opsinous concluded 15. The Insolence and Absurdity of Advertisements

by Quacks—Pernicious consequences of granting

them patents . . . . . . Hawkesworth. 16. Of instructing by Fiction . . 17. Curiosity necessary to entertainment and know

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