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63. Sufferings of a Husband under an economical W&e; in

in a Letter from Robert Easay ........... 73

64. History of a Marriage, made from an enthusiastic At-

tachment; in a Letter from Constantia. ......

65. Character of Mr. Wilful, a ' professed Votary of

Freedom ..................... 86

66. Temper and constitutional good Spirits oftener the

Cause of Happiness than Genius and Abilities, illus-

trated in the Situations of Tom Sanguine and Ned

Prospect . .................... 92

67. Superiority of modern Education over the ancient

Its Principle the Acquisition of Knowledge by Speak-

ing .......................... 99

68. Critical Remarks on the Character of Falstaff ..... 105

69. The same Subject continued ............ III

70. Happiness of a Man reclaimed from Extravagance and

Dissipation to a Life of Industry, Sobriety, and Inde-

pendence-Story of Mr. Saintfort ......... 117

71. The Pride of Poverty contrasted with the Vanity of

Riches_Visit of Sir William Roberts to Mr.

Draper ...................... 121

22. The Comfort, the Regrets, the Virtues, and the Failings

of old Age .................... 134

03. On Sculpture-Causes of the Superiority of the An-

cient over the Modern ................ 141

74. The Sufferings of a sentimental Wife, and of her Hus-

band, in two Letters from Louisa and Mr.

Denham ....................... 146

75. History of Sophia M- , a Wife seduced by her Hus-

'band

band ........................154

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76. Proposal by W. Jenkin for a Standard of Fashion in

DressGabriel Gossip,' on the Impertinence of a

Querist ....................... 161

77. Sensibility and virtuous Feeling do not always lead to Be-

neficence and virtuous Conduct-Character of Mr.

Woodfort ........... ........ 168

78. The Mischiefs of misapplied Activity; exemplified in the ****

Character of Mr. Bustle .............. 175

79. Alice Heartly's Account of Lady Bidmore, a Buyer of

Bargains .................... 181

80. Letter from To-morrow, proposing a Division of his Ef- .

fects among his Creditors—Notice of a Letter from

Nerva, on the common Applause of the Audience at

Theatre ..................... 191

81. Modern Soldiers less desirous of Fame than of Profit

Anecdote of General W— , an Officer in Queen

Anne's Time ................... 196

82. - The Power of corrupt Society and false Shame over the

natural Feelings of Virtue-Story of Father Ni-

cholas ......................... 201

83. Story of Father Nicholas continued ......,... 208

84. Conclusion of the Story of Father Nicholas ....... 214

85. On the decreased Power of Love in modern Times

Ode to a Lady going abroad. .............219

86. Men’s Ideas of Happiness formed from their own fa-

vourite Indulgencies'; illustrated in the Character of

Symposius and others ................ 224

87. Effects of rural Objects on the Mind - Portrait of a

Country Dowager ................... 229

88, Character of Dormer, a Man of Public Spirit rather

than of private Benevolence or Virtue .......236

89. Letter from Urbanus, in consequence of the late Paper

on the Effects of rural Objects on the Mind, giving an

Account of the rural Sentiment which is cultivated

at the Country Seat of a Man of Fashion ...in. 242

90. Letter from Barbara Heartless, the unfortunate At-

tendant of a Woman of extreme Sensibility and

Feeling .... ................... 249

91. On Misanthropy, and its different Species--Illustration

of that Subject, from the Characters of Hamlet,

Jacques, and Timon of Athens ............251

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