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No. :

Page

XXIII, Man originally a quadruped - Ill effects of

the change brought about in the economy

of human walking . . . . . . . . 3

XXIV. The sallies of a juvenile imagination to be

checked rather than suppressed

XXV. On true politeness, . . . . . . . . 15

XXVI. On the advantages of newspaper reading,

(being a continuation of No. XVII.) . . 20

XXVII. On the present injudicious practice of send-

ing young men abroad at too early an age 27

XXVIII. Letter from Socrates in

and sententious morality. Character of

Mr. Solomon Hatchpenny . . . . . 33

XXIX. Considerations on the probable effects of the

king's late proclamation against vice and

profaneness . . . . . . . . .

XXX. On a discontented frame of mind . ... 47

XXXI. A recluse and splenetic philosophy ought to

be avoided . . . • •• •••••
XXXII. The Vicar's Tale . ........
XXXIII. On the dilapidated state of some country

churches . . . . . . . . .
XXXIV. On the qualifications necessary for a writer

of tales . . . . . . . . . . .
XXXV. Letter from Socrates in Embryo. Character

of Mrs. Hatchpenny . .

XXXVI. An acquaintance with the modern languages

requisite for a traveller . . . . . . 81

XXXVII. Continuation of the Vicar's Tale , ... 88

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