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BY MR. TOWN.
CRITIC AND CENSOR-GENERAL,
........Non de villis domibusve alienis,
PUBLISHED BY SAM
(TESSON AND LEE, PRINTERS.)
as an Essay-writer. Subjects of his Essays,
and manner of treating them.
song-writers. Pastoral Dialogue, a cento
froin the most celebrated new songs.
ry of Epitaphs, Heathen Gods improper
decorations for christian monuments.
LXXVI. On the present state of politics. Letter from
Mr. Village, with the character of a coun-
with a plan of his warehouse for cloathing
the Mind together with the Body.
LXXX. Letter from an husband, complaining of his
being ruined by his wife's relations.
Characters of the Freethinker, Gamester,
LXXXIII. On Alliteration. Ridiculous Affectation of
it in modern poets. Proposal for the Rhy-
LXXXIV. On sea-officers. Their unpolished behaviour
on shore. Their contempt of new im-
LXXXVII. On Eating. Character of Cramwell, and
his Eating Club.
of it, especially Essay-writers. Mr. Town's
description of his study.
XC. On Genius and Application. Hare and Tor-
toise, a Fable.
XCV. The Bride-Cake. A Vision.