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SAMUEL JOHNSON, L.L.D.
A NEW EDITION, CORRECTED FROM THE ORIGINALS.
HISTORICAL AND BIOGRAPHICAL PREFACE,
BY ALEX. CHALMERS, F.S.A.
72. The Necessity of good Humour
73. The lingering expectation of an Heir
74. Peevishness equally wretched and of-
fensive the Character of Tetrica
75. The World never known but by a
Change of Fortune-the History of
76. The Arts by which bad men are recon-
ciled to themselves
77. The Learned seldom despised but when
they deserve Contempt
78. The Power of Novelty-Mortality too
familiar to raise Apprehensions
79. A suspicious Man justly suspected
80. Variety necessary to Happiness-a
81. The great Rule of Action-Debts of
Justice to be distinguished from
Debts of Charity