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48. How far the Precept to love our Enemies is prac-
49. Parallel between ancient and modern Learning.
50. On Lying.
51. Translation of a Manuscript of Longinus lately
discovered, containing a Comparison of cele-
brated Passages in Pagan and Jewish Writers.
52. Distresses of an Author invited to read his Play.
53. Misargyrus's Account of his Companions in the
54. The fatal Effects of false Apologies and Pretences:
58. Presumption of modern Criticism censured. An-
cient Poetry necessarily obscure. Examples
59. Poets not universally or necessarily poor. Warton.
60. Satan's Letter in Behalf of Religion and Virtue.
61. Honour, both as a Motive and an End,
Virtue; an Allegory.
62. Misargyrus's Account of his Companions con-
63. Paucity of original Writers.
has borrowed pointed out.
Passages which Pope
64. The Hero distinguished from the modern Man of
Honour. Account of Eugenio by Benevolus.
68. Human Sports not such as can gratify pure Benevo-
lence. Frolics unlawful because dangerous. A
fatal one related.
69. Idle Hope.
70. Sequel to the Story of Eugenio. Not accepting a
Challenge, declared honourable by the Articles
71. Letters from six Characters.
72. The Folly of Human Wishes and Schemes to cor-
rect the moral Government of the World. The
History of Nouraddin and Amana.
73. The History of Nouraddin and Amana concluded.
74. Apology for neglecting officious Advice.
75. Observations on the Odyssey of Homer. Warton.
76. The Mercy of Affliction; an Eastern Story.
79. The History of Fidelia concluded.
80. Observations on the Odyssey continued.
81. Incitement to Enterprise and Emulation.
Account of the admirable Crichton. Johnson.
82. Personal Beauty produced by moral Sentiment.
83. Observations on the Odyssey concluded.
84. Folly of false Pretences to Importance. A Journey
in a Stage Coach.
85. Study, Composition, and Converse equally necessary
to intellectual Accomplishment.
86. The Life of Agamus, an old Debauchee.
87. Politeness, a necessary Auxiliary to Knowledge and
88. Observations on Dreaming and Madness. Remark-
able Lunacy of Mr. Simon Browne.
89. A Fragment of Simonides, and an Imitation of it.
90. Literary Offerings in the Temple of Fame: a Vision.
91. No universal Rule of moral Conduct, as it respects
Society. Story of Yamodin and Tamira.
92. Criticism on the Pastorals of Virgil.
93. Observations on the Tempest of Shakspeare.