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CAMPBELL (GEORGE)

432 438 434 What are articulate 'sounds capable

of imitating and in what degree . 436 441 437

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CHATHAM (WILLIAM Pitt, LORD]

302, 310.309 1) Letter to his nephew Thomas Pitt (Esq.) : •s...

315 315 2) Mr. Pitt against Mr. Walpole

306 316 316 3)' On American Affairs 1775

308 317 317

isol CHESTERFIELD (PHILIP DORMER STANHOPE. EARL OF) .

* 22 257 2637 262 1) Letter to his son Philip Stanhope 24 259" 265 264 © 2) To the same

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DRYDEN (John)

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1) Tragedy compared with Epic Poetry -

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2) Juvenal and Horace compared as
Satirists

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DRYSDALE (JOHN]

potente ? 353 357

358 On the Blessings of Peace

+ 1 354 358 359

in FERGUSON (ADAM]

492 502

508 Of the Influences of Climate and Si-, -,963 tuation

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FRANKLIN (BENJAMIN]. 3.

Seite 360,364 465 The Way to Wealthie

369 373 374 GlaBon [EDWARD)

407 414 410 "The State of Germany tin the invasion

of the Barbarians, in the tiine of
the Emperor Deciys'

414.421 416 Extent of Germany

* 415: 421 417 Climate

416 422 418 Its effects on the natives

417 423 419 Origin of the Germans

419 423 '419 Fables and Conjectures

418 424 420 The Germans ignorant of letters," in

of arts and agriculture, and the
use of metals

419 425 421 Their indolence 103,

411 437 413 Their taste for strong liquors

422 428 424 State of population

-423 429. 425 German freedom.

3 424 430 426 Assemblies of the people

423 433 427 Authority of the princes and ma.

gistrates more absolute over the
property than over the persons
of the Germans .

426 432 428 Voluntary engagements

426 437 428 German chastity; its probable

428, 434 429 Religion; iç effects in peace and in war

429 435 431 The bards

431 437 433 Causes which checked the pro. gress of the Germans

432 438 4341 GILLIES (Jown] .

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52 506 516 576 The Lacedæmonians'.

53' 507 518 578 Miljtary institutions of the Lacedæmonians

63 507 518 578 Means by which Lycurgus main

tained the populousness and en

creased the strength of Sparta 54 5og 519 579 His regulations concerning women,

inarriage and children: 54 509 520 580

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MALLKT (DAVID)

Seite

204 205 208

A short view of the state of learning in,

in Europe from the dark period of
Gothicism down to the sixteenth
century

2061 211
MIDDLETON (CONTERS]

68' 147' 149 148
Character of M. T. Cicero

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MONTAGUE (LADY MARY SOMMERSET
WORTHLEY]

13 194 197 196
To the Abbot of "

14 395 199 198,
Moore (Jown]

498
The King of Prussia

500
Pirt (WILLIAM]

555 · 566 523
Speech relative to a negociation for

peace with the French Republic 556 567 533
Pope (ALEXANDER]

36. 391: 99 100 98

1) To Mr. Cromwell (the use of poe-

tical studies; a panegyricupon dogs) 38 103 , 103 101

2). To Mr. Steele (concerning a public

private, or mixed life)

105 106 105

3) To the same, (of sickness and dying

young)

40 106 107 106

4) To the same (on the Emperor

Adrian's verses on his death. bed)

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