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Page 91 NO man believes that his own life will be short. 72 The neceflity of good-humour.
6 73 The lingering expectation of an heir. 74 Peevithnefs equally wretched and offensive. The character of Tetrica.
18 75 The world never known but by a change of fortune. The history of Melisa.
24 56 The arts by which bad men are reconciled to them:
felves. 97 The learned feldom despised but when they deserve
contempt. 78 The power of novelty. Mortality too familiar to raise
apprehensions. 79 A suspicious man juftly suspected. 80 Variety necessary to happiness. A winter scene.
54 8. The great rule of a&ion. Debts of justice to be distinguished from debts of charity.
59 82 The Virtuoso's account of his rarities.
64 83 The Virtuofo's curiosity justified.
71 84 A young lady's impatience of contropl.
77 85 The mischiefs of total idleness. a