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EIGHTH VOL U M E.
o Hard words defended.
89 Phylic have ye very reviseodging.
89 Physical evil moral good. 90 Rhetorical action considered. 91 Sufficiency of the English language. 92 Nature of cunning. 93 Sam Softly's history. 94. Obstructions of learning. 95 Tim Wainscot's fon a fine gentleman. 96 Hacho of Lapland. 97 Narratives of travellers considered. 98 Sopbia Heedfull. 99 Ortogrul of Bafra. .. 100 The good fort of woman. jou Omar's plan of life, 102 Authors inattentive to themselves. 103 Horfour of the last.
A D V E R TISE M E N T.
THE Idler having omitted to distinguish the Esays
of his Correspondents by any particular signature, thinks it necesary to inforın bis Readers, that from the ninth, the fifteenth, thirty-third, forty-Second, fifty-fourth, fixty-Seventh, Seventy-sixth, Seventy-ninth, eighty-second, ninety-third, ninety-sixth, and ninetyeighth Papers he claims no other praise then tbat of having given them to the Publick.