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Lett. XXXIII. The fame to the same, on familier Matters. June 17.
107 LETT. XXXIV. The same to the same, on the
intended Eljay to his Fables, & Co June 24. Letr. XXXV. The same to the fame, acknow
ledging tbe Receipt of his Portrait, &c. No
Date. Lett. XXXVI. W. Shenstone, Esq. to Mr.
Hull, at Birmingham, recommending a drainatic Plan for the Story of Rosamond; with fome subjoined Stanzas on the Obelisk on Landfdowne, near Bath. Aug. 29, 1761.
115 Lett. XXXVII. The same to the fame, at Co
vent-Garden Theatre ; relating an Event at the Leafowes, with some Observations on our Laws, and a Ballad in the antient Stile.
Det. 18, 1761. Litt. XXXVIII. The same to the same ; Re
marks on the Writings of Dr. Lancaster and Mr. Griffith. Nov. 26, 1761.
132 LETT. XXXIX. The same to the same, with
Thoughts on Bellad-Writing, and two Ballads. Chrijtmas-Eve, 1761.
135 LETT. XL. The fome to Miss M-; Reflections
on frequent Parties of Pleasure, two tinecdotes and Cadwal, a legendary Tale, in two Parts. Dec. 8, 1761.
143 LETT. XLI. Mr. M. G-to W. Shenitone, Efq. erclefing an Extract frein
LETT. XLII. Another Letter, and a poetical Fragment. June 21, 1760.
167 LETT. XLIII. R. G, Esq. 'to Mr. Hull,
with Remarks on the Instances of cruelty towards Animals in London Streets. June 16,
LETT. XLIV. Mrs. -- to Mr. Hull, at
Covent-Garden. Theatre, with an original Poem, by W. Shenstone, Esq. Dec. 28, 1774
1.90 LETT. XLV. Mrs. W“ to Mr. Hull, with
Remarks on the foregoing Poem, the Diamond, and a tributary Inscription and Elegy to the Memory of W. Shenitone, Esq. Jan. 16, 1775
214 LETT. XLVI. R. G, Esq. to the same, on the Profession of an Actor.
218 LETT. XLVI.
to Mrs. S--, from Venice, describing Journey across Mount Cenis, concise Account of Venice on her Arrival, and various Events there, viz; a Nun taking the Veil, &c. Oet. 25, 1765.
223 Lett. XLVIII. The fame to the fame ; Defcrip
tion of the Diversions, &c. in Venice. Dec. 25, 1765.
232 LETT. XLIX. Dr. Ato Mr. Hull, which
commences an Account of the political State of
the Venetian Republic. April 3, 1766. 239 LETT. L.
The same to the same ; political State of Venice continued. spril 9, 1966.
249 LETT. LI. The same to the same ; political Sfate of Venice continued. April 12, 1766.
Lett. LII. The same to the same; political
265 Lett. LIII. The fame to the same ; political State of Venice continued. April 19, 1766.
276 Lert. LIV. The-- fame to the same ; political State of Venice continued. May 1, 1766.
286 Lett. LV. The same to the same; political State of Venice continued. May 6, 1766.
296 Lert. LVI. - to Mrs. —; Description of a
Retirement at Palluello, &c. June 20. 306 Lett. LVII. The same to the same; Descrip
tion of Bridgnorth, &c. July 5. 309 Lett. LVIII. The same to the same; Description of Dunkeld.July 22,
314 Lott. LIX. The same to the same; Sketch of
Atholl House ; Anecdote of the Laird of
319 LETT. LX. The Countess of Hertford to Dr.
Búrnet ; occasioned by some Meditations the
324 Lett. LXI. Dr. A to Mr. Hull; port
Description of Paris, and the Environs. July 31.
326 Lett. LXII. The same to the fame. 08. 13, 1771,
Lett. LXX. Tbe same to the same, describing
ber Arrival at Kimbolton Castle, with a Sketch of the Place. Nov. 22.
324 LETT. LXXI. The fame to the same; short
Description of Paris and the Environs. "July 31.
329 LÆTT. LXXII. The same to the
same. Oet. 13, 1771.
336 LETT. LXXIII. The fame to the fame ; Sketch
of Switzerland, and the Carnival Time at Venice. Jan. 26, 1772.