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S. JOHNSON, LL. D.
Nullius addictus jurare in verba magistri,
Quo me cunque rapit tempestas, deferor hospes.
A NEW EDITION, IN THREE VOLUMES.
PRINTED FOR J. RICHARDSON AND CO.; G. OFFOR; T. TEGG;
139. A CRITICAL Examination of Samson Agonistes.
141. The Danger of attempting Wit in Conversation—
142. An Account of Squire Bluster.
144. The Difficulty of raising Reputation-the various
145. Petty Writers not to be despised.
146. An Account of an Author travelling in Quest of his
own Character the Uncertainty of Fame.
147. The Courtier's Esteem of Assurance.
148. The Cruelty of parental Tyranny.
149. Benefits not always entitled to Gratitude.
150. Adversity useful to the Acquisition of Knowledge.
151. The Climacterics of the Mind.
152. Criticism on epistolary Writings.
153. The Treatment incurred by Loss of Fortune.
154. The Inefficacy of Genius without Learning.
155. The Usefulness of Advice-the Danger of Habits
-the Necessity of reviewing Life.
156. The Laws of Writing not always indisputable-
157. The Scholar's Complaint of his own Bashfulness.
158. Rules of Writing drawn from Examples-those