28. Upon modern marriages. Several instances ad-
duced. Advice upon the subject.
29. Of actors; their merit and importance. Advice to
30. Of prejudice; its various descriptions.
31. Account of magic from the old Christian writers,
with several anecdotes of magicians, &c.
32. Continuation of the above. The forms and ceremo-
nies used by sorcerers, collected from the above
33. A visit to Vanessa. An old gentleman silences a
talkative person by a fable. Vanessa's remarks
34. Letter from Mr. Jedediah Fish, with the cases of
several persons brought to their hearing by his
process. Reflections thereupon, and a hint to
35. Upon pleasure as pursued by system. A medita-
tion upon this pursuit, intitled the Voluptuary's
36. The advantages of public education exemplified in
the story of Geminus and Gemellus.
37. The story of Geminus and Gemellus concluded.
38. The case of the Jews considered. Their method of
secreting their religion in countries where the
inquisition is in force. Letter from Abraham
Abrahams, a Jew. Observations on this letter.
Some hints as a general apology for the Jews.
39. Dialogue between two Jews, extracted from an old
novel written by Thomas Naish in 1594. De-
scriptions of French, Spanish, and Italian travel-
lers, taken from the same author.
40. The story of Ned Drowsy.
41. The same continued.
42. The same continued.