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CHAP. in.

The Author sent for to Court. The Queen hays him of
hit blaster the Farmer, and presents him to tht
King. He disputes with his Majesty's great Scho-
lars. An Apartment at Court provided for the
Author. He is in high Favour with the Queen.
Hi stands up for the Honour of his ovm Country.

. His Quarrels viith the Queen's Dnuarf. p. 104.

CHAP. IV...V.

5Æ« Country described. A Proposal for correcting *

modern Maps. The King's Palace, and some Ac-

taunt of the Metropolis. The Author's Way of

Travelling. The chief Temple described, p. 117

CHAP. V.

Several Adventures that happened to the Author.

she Execution of a Criminal. The Author Aeiut

hit Skill in Navigation. p. 123 *

CHAP. VI.

Several Contrivances of the Author to please the

King and Queen. He jhews his Skill in Music.

The King enquires into the State of Europe,

tchich the Author relates to him: The King's Ob-
servations thereon^ p. 1 jc^

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CHAP. VII.

The Author'i Love of his Country. He makes a Propo-
sal of much Advantage to the King, -which it re-
jetted. The King's great Ignorance in Politics. The
Learning of that Country -very impcrfeO and ttn-

'fined. Their Laws, and military Affairs, and

Parties in the State. . p. 146

CHAP. VIII.

The King and Quetn make a Progress to the Fron-

tiers. The Author attends them. The Manner im

'' ivbich be leaves the Country wry particularly re-
lated. He returns to England. p. 15 J

PART III.

A Voyage to Laputa, Balnibarbi,

Luggnagg, Glubbdubdiub, and

Japan.

CHAP. I.

The Author sets out on his third Voyage, is taken by

Pyrates. The Malice of a Dutchman. Hit Ar'

rival at an Island. He is received into Laputa.

p. 170

CHAP. IL

The Humourt and Dispositions of the Laputians dt-
^ scribed. An Account of their Learning. Of the

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