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XCVII. Religious and Moral Principles not only con-

Bijtent with, but promotive of, True Po-

liteness and the Art of pleafing

XCVIII. On the Guilt of incurring Debts without either

a Prospect or Intention of Payment. 65

XCIX. Cursory Remarks on the Life, Style, Genius,

and Writings of Petrarch.

C. On the Folly and Wickedness of War.

74

CI: On the Effects of intemperate Study on the

Health, and on the Duty of paying Regard

to the Preservation of Healıb.

77

CIL. On the Present State of Conversation. 81

CH. On Goodness of Heari.

86

ČIV, On the Charačiers of Theophrastus. 90

CV. On several Palages in the Enchiridion, or

Manual of Epictetus.

CVI. On Sweetness and Delicacy of Style. 99

CVII, Hints io those who are designed for the Profef-

fron of Phyfic.

CVIII. The Complaints against Modern Literature

probably ill-founded.

108

CIX. On the Causes and Folly of Dillentions in a

Country Neighbourbood.

CX. The Imprudence of an early Attachment to

Alting Plays. [In a Letter.]

115

CXI. On the Pleasures of Reflection.

CXII. Hints to tiose who are designed for the Pro-

fsllion of the Law.

CXIII. On some inconveniencies which unavoidably

attend Living Writers.

CXIV. On the Obligations which Learning owes to

the Christian Religion.

CXV. Cursory Remarks on the Life and Writings of

Dr. Jo tin.

CXVI. On the Union of Extravagance in Trifles and

Vice, with Por fimony, in all the truly Ho-

nourable, Useful, and Neceljary Expences.

CXVII. On a Taste for the Culiivation of Flowers,

ard of beautiful Shrubs and Trees.

139

CXVIII. On the Character of Addison as a Poet. 143

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CXLI. On Latin Verse as an Exercise at Schools. 235

CXLII.

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