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Page. XLVI. A Description of Egypt, and the Inun-

dation of the Nile Dr. Ogilvie 73 XLVII. Of the Learning, Elegance, and fine

Taste of the Athenians ibid. 77 XLVIII. On Human Life

ibid. 79 XLIX. Diseases are the Consequences of Intemperánce

ibid. 80 L. ; Wishes obtained often make Men mise. rable

- ibid. 83 LI. Wisdom personified - ibid. 86

On Exercise - - Dryden 88 LIII. On Wit

Pope 88 LIV, Eve's Lamentation over Paradise Milton 89 LV. On the Melodies of the Morning

Dr. Beattie 90 LVI. On the Misery and Folly of Scepticism

- , ibid. 92 LVII. On Edwin's Pursuits - ibid. 93 LVIII. Edwin listens to falutary Instructions

ibid. 95 LIX. On the Utility of Science - ibid. ico LX. Verses on converting the Chapel to a

" Kitchen, at the Seat of the Lord

Donnerayle, called the Grove, in

. Anon. 102 LXI. Humorous Description of a domestic

Lady - Rival Beauties 104 LXII. The With

Dr. Goldsmith 105 LXIII. On the Italians and Dutch ibid. 106 LXIV. On the hard Fate of the Indigent ibid. 108


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