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Of that calamitous mischief has been found :
ARGUMENT of the THIRD BOOK.
Self-recollection and reproof:- Address to domestic
happiness. Some account of myself.—The vanity of many of their pursuits who are reputed wise. Justification of my censures.-Divine illumination necelsary to the most expert philosopher.—The question, What is Truth? anfwered by other quejšia ons.—Domestic happiness addressed again.-Few lovers of the country.-My tame hare.-Occupations of a retired gentleman in his garden.- Pruning. Framing. -Greenhouse.-Sewing of flowerseeds.—The country preferable to the town even in the winter.-Reasons why it is deserted at that seafon—Ruinous effects of gaming and of expenJove improvement-Book concludes with an apostrophe to the metropolis.
A s one who, long in thickets and in brakes