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CONTENTS TO VOL. XXXI.
47. ON Macklin's British Inquisition-Speech on the Question, Whether the Stage might not be made more conducive to Virtue?. Col. & Thorn. 48. On Christmas—Celebration of it in Town and Country-On Christmas-Boxes-This Season disagreeable to Persons of Fashion Col. & Thorn. 49. Letter containing a Scheme for a Female Parliament-Usefulness of it, and Objections against it-Account of the Covent-Garden Society, consisting of certain Good-natured Females, divided into Ladies and Commons Duncombe. 50. On Suicide-Account of the Last Guinea Club -Assembly at White's, a kind of Last Guinea Club Different Ways of Suicide between vulgar Persons and Persons of Fashion-Punishments for Suicides proposed-Frequency of Self-Murders in England falsely imputed to the Climate-Despair, brought on by Extravagance and Debauchery, a Cause of Suicide-Freethinking another-Specimen of a Bill of Suicide after the Manner of, but distinct from, the common Bills of Mortality
51. On Kept Mistresses and Keepers-Character of a Hen-pecked Keeper-of a Keeper, a Married Man-of a Keeper, an Old Man-Shifts of Persons in middling or low Life, who take Girls into Keeping Duncombe. 52. Two Letters from a Pretty Miss in Breeches -and from a Blood in Petticoats Duncombe. 53. On Dram-Drinking-Rich Cordials (however recommended by their specious foreign Names) no less pernicious than common Gin-Letter from
Col. & Thorn.