21. Tquassouw and Knonmquaiha, an Hot-
22. Letter, on the modern Method of Educa-
tion. Characters of Lady Belle Modely
and the Colonel her Husband. Con-
sequences of the fashionable Education
of their Son and Daughter..
23. Letter from Mr. Village, with a Descrip-
tion of a Quack Doctor, and a Com-
pany of Strolling Players in a Country
24. On the Learning of the Polite World.
Proper Studies for Persons of Fashion.
Letter containing a Scheme for a Po-
lite Circulating Library; with a Speci-
men of the Books...
25. On the Vanity of People making an Ap-
pearance above their Circumstances.
Pride and Poverty of a little Frenchman,
known by the name of Count. Artifices
in Dress made Use of by the Shabby
Genteel. Second Hand Gentry among
the Women. Instances of this Vanity
in several Families:-And in the Men
of Pleasure without Fortunes. Story
of an Economist, who kept a Mistress.
26. On the Amusements of Sunday. Beha-
viour of Citizens, and Diary of a Cit's
Transactions, on that Day. Proposal
for Abolishing Christianity, and turn-
ing the Churches into Free-thinking
27. On Hard Words. Affected Use of them
censured-In Abstract Speculations-
In Voyage Writers-In the Pulpit-
In Essays, and other Familiar Writings
-And in Common Conversation.....