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93. Character of a Self-important Trifler; in a Letter from

MissC. F. ...

201

94 Effects of the Representation of certain Characters in

the Mirror Letter from a Gentleman in London

on the Improvements of Edinburgh

208

95. Description of a dangerous Species of Coquette; in two

Letters from Mr. and Mrs. B.

216

96. Bad Effects of an Education too refined for the Society

in which we live; in a Letter from Mary Muslin

The Marriage of Eval, a Poem - The Plagiarisms

of the Mirror, in a short Letter from Evelina

224

97. Account of the Flint Family, and their Conduct with

regard to the Education of Master Flint, by the young

Gentleman's Tutor, Hypodidascalus

231

98. Hypodidascalus's Relation continued—Journal of Mas-

ter Flint's Studies for a Week

240

99. Criticism on the Character and Tragedy of Hamlet 248

100. Criticism of Hamlet concluded

255

101. Danger of regulating our Conduct by the Rules of ro-

mantic Sentiment - Story of Emilia

260

102. Moderatus, on the Character of a Man of Spirit

Reflections on Female Spirit

268

103. Letter from Simon Softly, containing an Account of

his Visit to Sir Ralph Holdencourt, a Man of great

Family, with whom he had a Law-suit..

275

104. Ill Consequences of retiring from Society Character

of Acasto, a Country-Gentleman

283

105. Some Cautions with regard to the Behaviour of People

in the Country :

289

106. Education necessary not only to fit Men for the World,

but to qualify them for enjoying Retirement from it 294

107. Difference between theoretical Description, and actual

Practice - Definition of honourable Love, by an ano-

nymous Author, and of a Battle, by A. Boyer

301

108. Inefficacy of guilty Pleasure to confer Happiness

Story of Louisa Venoni

307

109. Sequel of the Story of Louisa

313

110. Conclusion of the Mirror .

318

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