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PUBLISHÉD. AT EDINBURGH IN THE YEARS
1785 and 1786.
IN THREE VOLUMES:
THE SECOND EDITION, CORRECTED.
C ο Ν Τ Ε Ν Τ S.
Page 36. Narrative of a country family raised to fud
den afluence by the arrival of a fon from India, and of the taxes to which the enjoya! ment of its wealth is fubject; in a Letter
from MARJORY MUSHROOM, 37. Effects of the introduction of antient Mytho.
logy into the Poetry of modern times, 9 38. Dream of a court inftituted for the diffolution
of marriages, on the ground of a deception
in some of the parties,
cive to eminence or success in the departu.ents
26 40• Qualifications required in a country clergy
man by his patron and his patron's family.
35 41. Arguments for the existence of forcery in the
present times. Enumeration of various
kinds of modern witchcraft, 42. On the Poems of Hamilton of Bangour, 43. The evils of a good Neighbourhood, 66 44. Narrative of the happiness of a virtuous and
benevolent Eat Indian; in a letter from
51. SENEX on our neglect of the improvement and
of the progress of time.- Proposal by HEN-
53. The Petition of Night, complaining of the
encroachments of fashionable, people, and