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PRINTED FOR J. JOHNSON, J. NICHOLS, R. BALDWIN, F. AND C. RIVINGTON,
W.OTRIDGE AND SON, W.J. AND J. RICHARDSON, A. STRAHAN, J.SEWELL.
No. 84. General observations on the social character. 85. Advice to a man of landed property. 86. Author explains the inotives of his work and con
cludes the third volume. 87. Written on the last day of the year 1789. Short
review of the remarkable events within the period
of that year. 88. The history of Nicolas Pedrosa. 89. The history continued. 90. The history concluded. 91. A review of the present state of society in this
country. 92. Letter from Posthumous, complaining of a certain
writer, who had published a collection of his
memoirs and remarkable sayings. 93. Kit Cracker, a dealer in the marvellous. 94. Walter Wormwood, an envious defamer. 95. Letter from Simon Sapling, describing his own
character. 96. On the topic of procrastination. 97. Letter from Benevolus, givingan account of a damper. 98. Letters from various correspondents, particularly
from Gorgon, a self-conceited painter of the de
formed and terrible. 99. Discovery of a curious Greek fragment. 100. Athenian vision. 101. Athenian vision concluded. 102. Upon the taste for acting private plays.