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HISTORICAL AND BIOGRAPHICAL,
ALEXANDER CHALMERS, A. M.
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47. Remarks on the passions. Cases of Palpatius, Pro-
48. Visit to the house of a deceased friend.
50. Reasons for laying aside reading. News-paper cri-
tique of a tragedy of Shakespear.
51. The first library in Egypt. Account of the public
52. Witty sayings of several antients.
53. Delineation of the life of Tiberius.
54. Review of events in the reign of King Charles the
First. Of the education of a prince.
56. The character of a proud man.
57. Advantages of a great fortune well applied. A
poetic rhapsody in the manner of The Task.
58. The visit to Attalus concluded.
59. Notion that death may be avoided at will.
60. Meditations on the character of an infidel.
61. Of the morality of christianity.
63. Observations upon the several instances of right