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IN which the history advances about two days.
Too short to need a preface.
In which is opened a very black design against Sophia. p. 58
By which it will appear how dangerous an advocate a lady is, when she applies her eloquence to an ill purpose. p. 69
Containing some matters which may affect, and others which may surprize the reader.
By what means the squire came to discover his daughter.
Consisting partly of facts, and partly of observations upon
Containing curious, but not unprecedented matter.
A discovery made by Partridge.
A whimsical adventure which befel the squire, with the distressed situation of Sophia.
What happened to Sophia during her confinement. p. 129
In which Sophia is delivered from her confinement. p. 134
In which Jones receives a letter from Sophia, and goes to a play with Mrs. Miller and Partridge.
In which the history is obliged to look back.
In which Mr. Western pays a visit to his sister, in company
with Mr. Blifil.
Schemes of Lady Bellaston for the ruin of Jones.
In which Jones pays a visit to Mrs. Fitzpatrick. p. 161
The consequence of the preceding visit.