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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 Entertain
ment 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 Per
formances; 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 Misar
gyrus · · · · · · · · · Johnson,
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.
-Tentanda via est; quâ me quoque possim Tollere humo, victorque.virùm volitare per ora.-VIRG. On vent'rous wing in quest of praise I go, And leave the gazing multitude below.