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69. Account of a younger Brother in the Country, in a

Letter from Joseph Fielding

72

70. Danger of too much Intimacy with the Great-a Spi-

rit of Independence the best Guardian of Virtue-

Story of Antonio

77

71. Sequel of the Story of Antonio

82

72. Advantages to be drawn from Scenes of Sorrow—the

Funeral of Maria . ....

88

73. Essay on Dreams, by Insomniosus

93

74. Essay on Dreams concluded

75. Letter from Timothy Shuttleworth, stating his Difficul-

ties in reading the Newspapers--General Reflections

on the Abuses of those daily Intelligencers ... 108

76. Dinner at Mr. Melfort's Hard Drinking—Mr. Um-

phraville's Reflections on modern Manners . 113

77. The Effect of Difficulty in Attainment to heighten our

Keenness in Pursuit-Argument deduced from this

with Regard to the Rule of Poetical Justice . . 119

78. Letter from John Hearty, giving an Account of his Suf-

ferings from an extreme Propensity to Friendship · 124

79. Integer on negatively good Men-Scheme of a News-

paper to relate what Things are not done Obser-

vations on Pastoral Poetry

129

80. Critique on that Species of Composition known by the

Name of Advertisement

133

81. Distresses of an Heiress ; in a Letter from Olivia 145

82. On Sign-posts, as the Reward of Public Merit, and

Criterion of National Success

150

83. Enquiry into the Causes of the Scarcity of humourous

Writers in Scotland

157

84. Of the Privilege of Fashion to alter Nature-Some

Account of certain fashionable Peculiarities in Edin-

burgh

162

85. Apology to Poetical Correspondents

The Exile, an

Elegy

166

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86. Antiquarius, on the Virtues of certain ancient Medi-

cines

171

87. On Superstition and the Fear of Death

175

88. The Hardships of a private Tutor, in a Letter from

K. B.-Reflections suggested by it

181

89. Emilia on female Accomplishments—Answer by the

the Author-Letter from Letitia Lappet, going to

set up Shop as Milliner

188

90. Calamities incident to extreme old Age, particularly

the Loss of Friends; Feelings of the Author on a

Misfortune of that kind

. . 196

91. On the Duties of the Great, in Behaviour as well as

Conduct

92. On the Desire of Figure-making

206

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-Letter from a Gentleman in Lon-

don on the Improvements of Edinburgh • .... 218

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

Letters from Mr. and Mrs. B. .

226

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 . . 234

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

regard to the Education of Master Flint, by the

young Gentleman's Tutor, Hypodidascalus 241

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

ter Flint's Studies for a Week

99. Criticism on the Character and Tragedy of Hamlet

258

100. Criticism of Hamlet concluded

265

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

mantic Sentiment Story of Emilia

270

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

Reflections on Female Spirit

278

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