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Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1953,

BY GEO. P. PUTNAM & CO.
in the Clerk's Onice of the District Court of the United States for the Southern

District of New York,

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18. Of the late French Edict for increasing the Value of

their Louis d'Ors, . . . . . . . 88

19. The unchristian Spirit of our late Party-Writings, . 92

20. Of the late Act of Parliament for laying four Shillings

in the Pound on Land. . . . . . 95

21. The Birth-day of Her Royal Highness the Princess of

Wales, .

. . . . . 100

22. The Character and Conversation of a Tory Fox-hunter, 104

23. A Cartel for the British Ladies, during their present

State of War, . . . . . . . . 110

24. The Designs of His Majesty's Enemies impracticable, . 113

25. Of the Fickleness of the British Politicks, , . 117

26. Considerations offered to the disaffected part of the

Fair Sex, . . . . . . . . . 122

27. The Vision of a second-sighted Highlander, . . 126

28. Several useful Maxims to be learned from the present

Rebellion, ..... . . . . 130

29. The Practice of Morality necessary to make a party

flourish, . . . . . . . . 134

30. Of the Vanity of the French Nation, . . . . 138

31. Answer to a celebrated Pamphlet, entitled, An Argu-

ment to prove the Affections of the People of Eng-

land to be the best Security of the Government: hum-

bly offered to the Consideration of the Patrons of Se-

verity, and applied to the present Juncture of Af-

fairs, . . . . . . . . : 143

32. Artifices of the Malecontents to draw the Women into

their Party, ...

163

33. The particular concern of learned Societies to cultivate

the Favour of their Prince, , . . . . 168

34. Absurdity of admitting a spirit of Party into publick

Diversions, and particularly those of the Play-house, 172

35. Of modern Historians, . . . . . . 176

36. Annals of the Pretender’s Reign, . . . . 179

37. Il Consequences of the late Cry of the Church's Dan-

ger, with regard to Religion, . . . . . 183

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