The Rambler, Volume 3

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Contents

VOL
1
Rules for the Choice of Associates
60
The Criticism continued
140
The Danger of attempting Wit in Conversation the Character of Papilius
141
An Account of Squire Bluster
142
The Criterions of Plagiarism
143
The Difficulty of raising Reputationthe various Species of Detractors
144
Petty Writers not to be despised
145
The Mischiefs of following a Patron 164 Praise universally desiredthe Failings of eminent Men often imitated r
164
The Impotence of Wealththe Visit of Serotinus to the Place of his Nativity
165
Favour not easily gained by the Poor
166
The Marriage of Hymenals and Tranquilla
167
Poetry debased by mean Expressionsan Example from Sbakspeare
168
Labour necessary to Excellence
169
The History of Misella debauched by her Rela tion
170
Misellas Description of the Life of a Prostitute
171

The Courtiers Esteem of Assurance
147
148 The Cruelty of parental Tyranny
148
Benefits not always entitled to Gratitude
149
Adversity useful to the Acquisition of Knowledge
150
The Climacterics of the Mind
151
Criticism on epistolary Writings
152
The Treatment incurred by Loss of Fortune
153
The Inefiicacy of Genius without Learning
154
155 The Usefulness of Advicethe Danger of Habits the Necessity of reviewing Life
155
The Laws of Writing not always indisputable Reflections on TragiComedy
156
The Scholars Complaint of his own Bashfulness
157
Rules of Writing drawn from Examplesthose Examples often mistaken
158
The Revolutions of a Garret
161
Old Men in danger of falling into Pupilagethe Conduct of Thrasybulus
162
The Effect of sudden Riches upon the Manners
172
Unreasonable Fears of Pedantry
173
The Mischiefs of undoubted RailleryHistory of Dicaculus
174
The Majority are wicked
175
Directions to Authors attacked by Criticthe various Degrees of critical Perspicacity
176
An Account of a Club of Antiquaries
177
Many Advantages not to be enjoyed together
178
The awkward Merriment of a Student 180 The Study of Life not to be neglected for the Sake of Books
180
The History of an Adventurer in Lotteries
181
The History of Leviculus the Fortunehunter
182
The Influence of Envy and Interest compared
183
The Subject of Essays often suggested by Chance Chance equally prevalent in other Affairs
184
JU8 Favour often gained with little Assistance from
189

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