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CXXXVI. Sketches of various characters in a
populous country town

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CXXXVII. The literary annals of Greece re

sumed, with an account of the nerin
Comedy, and the several writers of
that era: Anecdotes of Menan-

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CXXXVIII. Various fragments of Menander translated

125

CXXXIX. Anecdotes of the poet Philemon, and

a selection of his fragments 136
CXL. Anecdotes and fragments of Diphia

lus, of Apollodorus Gelous, of Phim
lõppidas and of Posidippus, writers
of the new Comedy. General re-
marks upon the conclusion of the
subject: The author defends himself
against the charge of having at-
tacked the moral doĉtrines of so-
crates

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CXLI. Remarks upon Aristophanes's attack

upon Socrates, in the Comedy of the
Clouds. The introductory fienes

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of that comedy transatell, wherein the philosopher is exhibited on the stage

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CXLII. The history of Nicolas Pedrosa, and

his escape from the Inquisition in Madrid

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CXLIII. The history of Nicolas Pedrosa continued

193 CXLIV. The history concluded

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CXLV. Serious meditations upon the character

· of an infidel. Quotation from Bonnet's Philosophical and Critical Enquiries concerning Christianity. Translation of 139th Pfalm

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CXLVI. General observations on the social cha

raster. Certain rulis recommended for the improvement of our manners and habits in society. Example of an egotist, and the rebuke which he received

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CXLVII. Conversation in a Coffee-house, upon

the Time pas, compared with the Time present. The merits of the

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climate are so strongly discriminated; have shared in the pleasures and productions of each, and if any little idle jars or bickerings may occafionally have started up betwixt us, as will sometimes happen to the best of friends, I willingly confign them to oblivion, and keep in mind only those kind and good offices, which will please on reflection, and serve to endear the memory of the deceased.

All days in twelve months will not be days of sunshine ; but I will say this for my friend in bis last moments, that I cannot put my finger upon one in the same century, that hath given birth to more interesting events, been a warmer advocate for the liberties and rights of mankind in general, or a kinder patron to this country in particular: I could name a day (if there was any need to point out what is so strongly impressed on our hearts) a day of gratulation and thanksgiving, which will ever stand forth amongst the whitest in our calendar.

Hic dies verè mihi feftus atras
Eximet curas : ego nec tumultum,
Nec mori per vim metuam, tenente

Cæfare terras.

Horat.

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