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IX. From a young Lady to a Gentleman that courted.
XVI. From a Lover who had Carire of Displeasure,
and determines never to see the Lady again ib.
XX. A modest Lover defiring an Aune's Favour to him
XXIV. A Gentleman tó a Lady, profeffing an Aver-
fion to the tedious Formality in Courtship ib..
XXX. A Sailor to his Sweetheart .
XXIX. Miss Vokes to Miss Paget
212 XXX. Miss Paget to Miss Vokęs, with a Description
of the dear Ball. A full and true Account of the Birth, Parentage and Execution, Life, Character and Behaviour of the Dancers'
- 213 XXXI. From Mifs Vokes to Miss Paget, not quite in
the usual Strain. XXXII. Miss Evelyn to Lady Evelyn, giving her an
Account of Mrs. Macnamara's Grandeur 221 XXXIII. The celebrated Mrs. Rowe to the Counters
of Hertford XXXIV. To Clitander, a melancholy. Valetudinarian
224 XXXV. To Ariftodemus
*226 To the Editor of the Complete Letter-Writer 227 XXXVI. Mr. Pope to Dean Swift.
, 229 XXXVII. To Lord Treasurer Oxford, on the Death
of his Daughter the Marchioness of Carmarthen, by Dean Swift
232 ·XXXVIIL From Sir Thomas Fitzosborne, on the Death ..of his Father, to his Friend Euphronius : 234
XXXIX. From Sir Thomas Fitzosborne to Philotes, : on the Loss of a Friend " A
236 XL. From the same. to Palamedes, against Visitors by Profession
237 XLI. Lady Jane Douglas to Lady Mary Menzies 238 XLII. Miss Paget to Miss Vokes, her Counsel to her
Friend, upon the Subject of unequal Matrimony 241 XLIII. Miss Vokes to Miss Paget *
242 POETICAL EPISTLE S. An Epiftle to Philander an eminent Tutor in the Capital
... .244 An Epistle from Arthur Grey, the Footman, to the
Object of his Defires, after his Condemnation for attempting a Rape
246 Forms of Meflages for Cards and Billets, &c. . 249