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REV. LIONEL THOMAS BERGUER,
LATE OF ST. MARY HALL, OXON: FELLOW EXTRAORDINARY OF THE
IN FORTY-FIVE VOLUMES.
PRINTED FOR T. AND J. ALLMAN, PRINCES STREET,
W. Baynes and Son, Paternoster Row; A. B. Dulau and Co. Soho Square;
515. LETTERS from a town Coquette to her Friend,
516. On Persecution-Character of William III.
517. Death of Sir Roger de Coverley
519. Meditation on animal Life
520. On the Death of a beloved Wife Francham.
522. Advice to Ladies on Marriage
523. Poetry too often mixed with Mythology-Edict
on that Subject •
524. On Visions
Visions of worldly and heavenly Wisdom
Dunlop & Montgomery.
525. Success of the Spectators-on Marriage-Let-
ter of Pliny to Hispulla
526. On Templars turning Hackney-Coachmen-
Commission to Mr. John Sly
527. Letter on a Jealous Husband,
From a languishing Lover
528. Complaints of Rachel Welladay against the
529. Rules of Precedency among Authors and Ac-
530. Account of the Marriage of Will Honeycomb
539. The Intentions of a Widow respecting her
On Delay in Marriage .
On a Clergyman spoiling one of Tillotson's
544. Letter from Captain Sentry on the Character of
546. On dishonest Dealing-Cibber's heroic Daugh-
549. On Reluctance to leave the World-Letter from
550. Proposal for a new Club
551. Translation of Greek Epigrams-Letter on Law-
552. Recommendations of industrious Tradesmen-
553. On the Spectator's opening his mouth-Com-
Letter from Oxford Correspondents. Unknown.
558. Endeavours of Mankind to get rid of their Bur-
560. Letters, from the Dumb Doctor-from a pert
561. Account of the Widows' Club
562. On Egotism-Retailers of old Jokes
563. Letters, from a Blank-complaining of a cho-
565. On the Nature of Man-of the Supreme Being
566. Letters on Military Life, by various Soldiers