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ADVENTURER.

BY

JOHN HAWKES WORTH, LL.D.

AND OTHERS.

Tentanda via est; qua me quoque possim
Tollere humo, victorque virum volitare per ora.

VIRG.
On venturous wing in quest of praise I go,
And leave the gazing multitude below.

A NEW EDITION, IN THREE VOLUMES.

VOL. III.

LONDON:

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CONTENTS.

VOL. III.

NO.

94. IDLENESS, however fortunate, incapable of Felicity.
Story of Ned Froth.

Hawkesworth.
95. Apology for apparent Plagiarism. Sources of lite-
rary Variety.

Johnson.
96. The necessity of reducing Imagination under the
Dominion of Reason exemplified.

Hawkesworth.
97. Observations on the Tempest concluded. Warton.
98. Account of Timn Wildgoose by himself.- ANON.

Project to prevent the Disappointment of modern
Ambition.

Hawkesworth.
99. Projectors injudiciously censured and applauded.

Johnson.
100. Gradation from a Greenhorn to a Blood : the Life of
Nomentanus.

Hawkesworth.
101. Blemishes in the Paradise Lost.

Warton.
102. Infelicities of Retirement to Men of Business.

Johnson.
103. Natural and adventitious Excellence less desirable

than Virtue. Almerine and Shelimah: a Fairy
Tale.

Hawkesworth.
104. The Fairy Tale concluded.

Hawkesworth.
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105. On the Fragments of Menander.

Warton.
106. Insensibility of Danger, when mistaken for Cou-
rage.

Hawkesworth,
107. Different Opinions equally plausible. Johnson.
108. The Uncertainty of human Things. Johnson.
109. A Visit to Bedlam with Dean Swift: a Vision.

Warton.
110. Pity not an Expression of strong Benevolence.

Hawkesworth.
111. The Pleasures and Advantages of Industry.

Johnson.
112. Ill Effects of general Familiarity and wanton Rude-

Hawkesworth.
113. Observations on Shakspeare's King Lear. Warton.
114. The Value of Life fixed by Hope and Fear, and

therefore dependent upon the Will: an Eastern
Story.

Hawkesworth.
115. The Itch of Writing universal.

Johnson.
116. Observations on King Lear continued Warton.
117. Danger of assuming the Appearance of Evil. The
Story of Desdemona.

Hawkesworth.
118. The Story of Desdemona concluded.

Hawkesworth.
119. The Folly of creating inartificial Wants. Johnson.
120. The Miseries of Life.

Johnson.
121. The Adventures of a Louse.

Hawkesworth.
122. Observations on King Lear concluded. Warton.
123. Fatal Effects of fashionable Levities. The Story
of Flavilla.

Hawkesworth.
124. The Story continued.

Hawkesworth.
125. The Story concluded.

Hawkesworth.
126. Solitude not eligible.

Johnson.
127. In what Arts the Ancients excel the Moderns.

Warton.
128. Men differently employed unjustly censured by
each other.

Johnson,

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