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Dittreffes of an Author invited
to read Play.
In the midst of this ruin I stooà
Publiled by Silvester Doig Royal Exchange Edinburgh 1793.
VOLUME THE SECOND.
-Tentanda via est; quâ me quoque poljim
ROYAL EXCHANGE, EDINBURG.
PRINTED FOR SILVESTER DODGEDAL
LATELY. BUT IBRARY
Page 36. Directions to the ladies, for their conduet to a
husband 37 Happiness properly estimated by its degree in
whatever subject. Remarkable instances of
cruelty to brutes. Elegy on a blackbird 7 38 No life pleasing to GOD, that is not useful to man; an eastern story
17 39 An encomium on fleep
24 40 The existence of evil, and unequal distribution
of happiness and misery, neceilary to exercise
31 41 Sequel to the story of Mifargyrus
39 42 Folly of pleading inability to discharge the duties of life
45 43 Adventures of a halfpenny
51 44 Turpitude and infamy of betraying private conversation
58 45 The difficulty of forming confederacies, 63