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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:

PRINTED FOR J. RICHARDSON AND CO.; G. OF FOR; T. TEGG;

J. SHARPE AND SON; ROBINSON AND CO.; G. WALKER; J. EVANS AND SONS; R. DOBSON; J. JONES; AND J. JOHNSON: ALSO, J. CARPRAE, AND J. SUTHERLAND, EDINBURGH;

AND R. GRIFFIN AND CO. GLASGOW.

Sterage

Undergraduate

Library PR 1365 326 1823

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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 Tin 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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