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CONDUCTED BY

W. MARRAT AND P. THOMPSON, BOSTON.
ASSISTED BY SEVERAL GENTLEMEN OF LITERARY EMINENCE.

VOL. II.

LONDON:

PRINTED FOR THE EDITORS,

BY WHITTINGHAM AND ROWLAND, GOSWELL STREET;

AND SOLD BY SCATCHERD AND LETTERMAN, AVE-MARIA-LANE;
THOMPSON AND BARNETT, BOSTON;

And by every Bookseller in the United Kingdom.

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Old Tobit ...

La Poete sans Fard
Sale of the Il Decammerone" in
the Roxburgh Library
Bibliographical Anecdotes, No. IV.

Biography.

75

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Brief Account of Job Hartopp
Anecdotes of the Rev. J. Benson .. 77
Ditto of William Tell...
Biographical Memoir of Margaret
Countess of Richmond

287

375

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Miscellaneous.
My Lumber-Room

36 & 179

45 & 145

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Specimens of the similarity of Lan-
guages
On Sophisms
50, 173 & 394
The Blessings conferred on the
Poor by Education
Hints to the charitable
Gleanings
66 & 292
Literary Miscellanies... 70, 191 & 302
Thoughts concerning Providence.. 72
73
On Spring
Observations on Drunkenness.... 74
Agriculture and Commerce consi-

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158

dered as national Advantages ..
On Female Education 162 & 277
On Reason and Instinct.
183
Extract from Strutt on Cock-fight-
ing
On Poetry
On the Philosopher's Stone
Arguments against the Existence
of Troy ...............

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TILE

ENQUIRER.

Juvenile Department.

COMMUNICATIONS

ON PRIZE SUBJECTS PROPOSED IN NO. IV.

ARTICLE XVII.

TRANSLATED by Master J. Owsdul, Markinton.

TO LICINIUS.

F thou wouldst have thy life-bark glide

Beware the rocks and chafing tide,

Avoid the ocean-path sublime.
The wise, Licinius, love to dwell
'Tween the extremes of high and base,
Nor hide them in the sordid cell,

Nor court the hall that riches grace.
They know what ills beset the proud,

That loftiest pines by winds are riv'n, And the high mountain, capp'd with cloud, First meets the thunderbolt of Heav'n. Th' experienc'd mind misfortune fears,

While gales of pleasu e seem to blow; And when dread Sorrow's form appears,

Teaches the heart with hope to glow.
For 'tis the same almighty hand

Lets loose the winds and scattering hail,
Who gives the spring her magic wand,
To strew with choicest flow'rs the vale.
VOL. II.

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