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ENOX LIBRADA

NEW YORK

C ο Ν Τ Ε Ν Τ 8

OF THE

THIRD VOL U M E.

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NUMBER

PAGE.
LXI.
UPON pleasure, as pursued by

System; a meditation upon this
pursuit; intitled The Voluptuary's

Soliloquy
LXII. The advantages of public education

exemplified in the story of Gemi-
nus and Gemellus

9
LXIII. The story of Geminus and Gemel-
lus concluded

17 L LXIV. The case of the Jews considered ;

their method of secreting their
religion, in countries where the
Inquisition is in force. Letter
to the author from Abraham

Abrahams

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NUMBER.

PAGL

Abrahams a Jew; observations

on this letter; some hints as a

general apology for the Jews 26

LXV. Dialogue between two Jews, ex-

tracted from an old novel written
by Thomas Nashe in 1594; de-
scriptions of French, Spanish and

Italian travellers, taken from the

same author

LXVI. Remarks upon Congreve's comedy

of The Double Dealer

LXVII. The first library in Egypt founded

by Osymanduas : The inscription
upon the front of that library
considered and applied : Account of
the public libraries in Rome;
their number, description and

furniture

60

LXVIII. Remarks on the passions. Cafes of

Palpatius, Procax and Splendida 70

LXIX. Letter from Mr. Jedediah Fish,

with cases of several persons

brought to their hearing by his

process: Reflections thereupon,

and a hint to parents

76

LXX. A visit to Vanessa: An old gen-

tleman there filences a talkative

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