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No.

Letter from a Gentleman in London

on the Improvements of Edinburgh STRAHAN :

95. Description of a dangerous Species

of Coquette; in two Letters from

Mr. and Mrs. B.. ...

... UNKNOWN

96. Bad Effects of an Education too re-

fined for the Society in which we

live; in a Letter from Mary Muslin

The Marriage of Eval, a Poem :

RICHARDSON—The Plagiarisms of
the Mirror, in a short Letter from

Evelina ........................ MACKENZIE
97. Account of the Flint Family, and their

Conduct with regard to the Educa-
tion of Master Flint, by the young

Gentleman's Tutor, Hypodidascalus LORD HAILES
98. Hypodidascalus's Relation continued

- Journal of Master Flint's Studies

for a Week......................
99. Criticism on the Character and Tra-

gedy of Hamlet ........ . MACKENZIE

100. Criticism of Hamlet concluded......

101. Danger of regulating our Conduct

by the Rules of romantic Senti-

ment-Story of Emilia....

102. Moderatiis, on the Character of a

Man of Spirit : GORDON—Reflections

on Female Spirit.........

103. Letter from Simon Softly, containing

an Account of his Visit to Sir Ralph

Holdencourt, a Man' of great Fami-

ly, with whom he had a Law-suit :

HUME~Short Remarks on the Letter MAGKENZIE

104. Il Consequences of retiring from

Society-Character of Acasto, a

Country-Gentleman.............. ABERCROMBY
105. Some Cautions with regard to the

Behaviour of People in the Coun-
try ............

.......... MACKENZIE

106. Education necessary not only to fit

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