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87. On Superstition and the Fear of Death ABERCROMBY
88. The Hardships of a private Tutor, in
a Letter from K. B.-Reflections
suggested by it....
89. Emilia on Female Accomplishments:
UNKNOWN—Answer by the Author :
MACKENZIE—Letter from Letitia
Lappet, going to set up Shop as
90. Calamities incident to extreme old Age,
particularly the Loss of Friends;
Feelings of the Author on a Misfor-
tune of that kind...
91. On the Duties of the Great, in Beha-
viour as well as Conduct..
92. On the Desire of Figure-making:
93. Character of a Self-important Trifler;
in a Letter from Miss C. F.....
94. Effects of the Representation of certain
Characters in the Mirror : CRAIG
on the Improvements of Edinburgh STRANAN
of Coquette; in two Letters from
Mr. and Mrs. B..
Gentleman's Tutor, Hypodidascalus LORD HAILES
- Journal of Master Flint's Studies
for a Week.......
99. Criticism on the Character and Tra-
gedy of Hamlet
100. Criticism of Hamlet concluded..
101. Danger of regulating our Conduct
by the Rules of romantic Senti-
ment-Story of Emilia..
102. Moderatus, on the Character of a
Man of Spirit: GORDON-- Reflections
on Female Spirit....
an Account of his Visit to Sir Ralph
HUME-Short Remarks on the Letter MACKENZIE
104. Il Consequences of retiring from
Society-Character of Acasto, a
105. Some Cautions with regard to the
Bebaviour of People in the Coun-
106. Education necessary not only to fit