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First. Of the education of a prince.
55. Advantages of a happy talent for discerning times
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 inay be avoided at will.
60. Meditations on the character of an infidel.
61. Of the morality of Christianity.
62. An argument for the evidence of the Christian reli-
63. Observations upon the several instances of right
reason in the heathen world.
64. Reasons offered a priori for the necessity of a Me-
65. Argument of David Levi for the superiority of the
miracles wrought by Moses over those which
the Evangelists record of Christ.
66. Further defence of the miracles objected to by David
at Shakspeare instanced.
75. Review of Ben Jonson's comedy of the Fox.
76. Review of the Samson Agonistes.
77. Comparative review of Rowe's Fair Penitent with
the Fatal Dowry of Massinger.
78. The same continued.
79. Conclusion of the review.
80. Remarks upon Congreve's comedy of the Double
81. Observations on the various sorts of style.
82. Conversation in a coffee-house upon the time passed
compared with the time present.
83. The same concluded.
84. General observations on the social character.
85. Advice to a man of landed property.
86. Author explains the motives of his work and con-
cludes the third volume.
87. Written on the last day of the year 1789. Short
review of the remarkable events within the period
of that year,
88. The history of Nicolas Pedrosa.
89. The history continued.
90. The history concluded.
91. A review of the present state of society in this country.