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63. Inconstancy not always a Weakness..
64. The Requisites to true Friendship
66. Passion not to be eradicated-the
67. The Garden of Hope, a Dream ...
68. Every Man chiefly happy or miser-
able at Home-the Opinion of Ser-
76. The Arts by which bad Men are re-
77. The Learned seldom despised, but
78. The Power of Novelty-Mortality too
familiar to raise Apprehensions
79. A suspicious Man justly suspected
80. Variety necessary to Happiness-a
82. The Virtuoso's Account of his Rarities.
83. The Virtuoso's Curiosity justified......
84. A young Lady's Impatience of Con-
85. The Mischiefs of total Idleness
86. The Danger of succeeding a great Au-
thor: an Introduction to a Criti-
cism on Milton's Versification......
87. The Reasons why Advice is generally
88. A Criticism on Milton's Versification
-Elisions dangerous in English
89. The Luxury of vain Imagination...............
90. The Pauses in English Poetry adjust-
91. The Conduct of Patronage, an Allegory.
92. The Accommodation of Sound to Sense
93. The Prejudices and Caprices of Criti-
94. An Inquiry how far Milton has accom-
modated the Sound to the Sense...
97. Advice to unmarried Ladies. MR. RICHARDSON
101. A proper Audience necessary to a
103. The Prevalence of Curiosity—the
Character of Nugaculus ..........
104. The Original of Flattery-the Mean-
105. The Universal Register, a Dream ...
106. The Vanity of an Author's Expecta-
tions-Reasons why good Authors
are sometimes neglected .......
107. Properantia's Hopes of a Year of Con-
fusion-the Misery of Prostitutes
108. Life sufficient to all Purposes, if well
109. The Education of a Fop.........
110. Repentance stated and explained-
Retirement and Abstinence useful
111. Youth made unfortunate by its Haste
112. Too much Nicety not to be indulged
113. The History of Hymenæus's Court-
114. The Necessity of proportioning Pu-
117. The Advantages of living in a Garret.
119. Tranquilla's Account of her Lovers
121. The Dangers of Imitation-the Im-
122. ACriticism on the English Historians.
123. The young Trader turned Gentleman.
126. The Universality of Cowardice-the
Impropriety of extorting Praise-
the Impertinence of an Astronomer
127. Diligence too soon relaxed-Necessity
128. Anxiety universal-the Unhappiness