1. Burke on the Sublime and Beautiful,
11. Professor Mallet on the Mythology and Poetry of the Celtes, 376
m. Thornton and Colman's Connoisseur,
iv. Wilkie's Epigoniad, .
v. Home's Tragedy of Douglas, .
vi. Cardinal de Polignac's Anti-Lucretius,
VII. Gray's Odes,
VIII. Wise's Inquiries concerning the First Inhabitants, Language,
Religion, Learning, and Letters of Europe, .
IX. Bayly's Introduction to Languages, Literary and Philosophical, 429
x. Burton's Greek Tragedies,
XI. Cicero's Tusculan Disputations,
xn. Massey's Translation of Ovid's Fasti, .
XIII. Marriott's Female Conduct; an Essay on the Art of Pleasing.
To be practised by the Fair Sex, before and after Marriage, 451
XIV. Barrett's Translation of Ovid's Epistles,
xv. Church's edition of Spenser's Faerie Queen,
XVI. Langhorne's Death of Adonis, from the Greek of Bion,
XV. Ward on Oratory,
XVIII. Murphy's Orphan of China,
XIX. Dr. Young's Conjectures on Original Composition ; in a Letter
to the Author of Sir Charles Grandison, .
XX. Thyer's Genuine Remains, in Prose and Verse, of Samuel Butler, 494
XX. The Twentieth Epistle of Horace to his Book modernized, by
the Author of Female Conduct,
XXI. Dunkin's Epistle to Lord Chesterfield,
XXIII. Goguet on the Origin and Progress of Laws, Arts, and Sciences, . 523