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A PERIODICAL PAPER, published at

EDINBURGH in the years 1779 and 1780,

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EDINBURGH:
Printed for W. CREESH, Edinburgh; and

W. STRAH AN, and T. CADELL, London,

MDCCL X X XI.

CO N T E N T S.

Pag,

10

NO
75. Letter from TIMOTHY SHUTTLE-

WORTH stating his difficulties in
reading the News.papers. General
reflections on the abuses of those dai-

ly intelligencers. 76. Dinner at Mr

Mr Nielfort's. Hard drinking. Mir Uinphraville's re

flections on modern manners,
77. The effe&t of difficulty in attainment

to heighten our keenness in pursuit.
Argument deduced from this with
regard to the rule of poetical ju-

stice,
78. Letter from JOHN HEARTY giving

an account of his sufferings from cir

extreme propensity to friendship, 79. INTEGER On negatively good men ;

Scheme of a news-paper, to relate
what things are not done? The
plagiarisms of the MIRROR, in a
fbort letter from EVELINA,

80. Critique

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Pag. 80. Critique on that species of composition

known by the name of Advertise-
nient,

43 81. Distreses of an heiress; in a letter from OLIVIA,

54 82. On fign.posts, as the reward of public

merit and criterion of national fuc-
cefs,

63 83. Enquiry into the causes of the scarcity

of humorous writers in Scotland, 73 8.4. Of the privilege of fashion to alter

nature ; fome account of certain
fabionable peculiarities in Edin-

burgh,
85. 4fology to foetical correspondents.

The Exile, an elegy, 86. ANTIQUARIUS on the virtues of cer

tain ancient medicines, 87. On superfiition and the fear of death, 103 88. The hardsbips of a private tutor, in a

letter from K. B. Reflections frig

gested by it, 89. EMILIA on female accomplishments.

- Letter from LETITIA LAPPET going to set up loop as a milliner, 123

90. Calamities

32

89

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112

NO

90. Calamities incident to extreme old age,

particularly the loss of friends ; feel-

ings of the Author on a misfortune

of that kind,

133

91. On the duties of the great, in beha-

viour as well as conduct,

139

92. On the desire of figure-making, 148

93. Character of a self-important trifler;

in a letter from Miss C. F. 1.57
9.4. Effects of the representation of cer-

tain characters in the MIRROR.

- Letter from a gentleman in

London on the improvements of

Edinburgh,

167

95. Description of a dangerous species

of coquette; in two letters from

Mr and Mrs B.

179

96. Bad effects of an education too refined

for the society in which we live ;
in a letter from MARY MUSLIN.

Th: MARRIAGE of Eval, a

poem,

192

97. Account of the Flint family, and

their conduet with regard to the
education of Master Flint, by the

young

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