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XXII. Mr. Gibbon to Mr. Holroyd on certain Intelligence
from Denmark. Boodle's, 10 o'clock, Feb. 3d,
XXIV. Mr. Gibbon to Mr. Holroyd on the Death of the
Princess of Wales, and other Anecdotes. Feb.
XXVIII. Mr. Gibbon to Mrs. Holroyd, sen, on the Death
of Mr. Holroyd's Son. Beriton, July 17th,
XXX. Mr. Gibbon to Mrs. Gibbon, Beriton, on the Death
of Mr. Holroyd's Son. Sheffield Place, Aug.
XXXVII. Mr. Whitaker to Mr. Gibbon on the Poems of
Ossian, particularly the Poem of Comala, de-
LVII. Mr. Gibbon to Mr. Holroyd-Parliamentary-
LIX. Mr. Gibbon to Mrs. Gibbon, doubting whether
he should speak in Parliament. March 30th,
LXII. Mr. Gibbon to Mrs. Gibbon on his History. Aug.
LXVI. Mr. Gibbon to Mr. Holroyd-Political. Jan. 18th,
LXX. Mr. Whitaker to Mr. Gibbon on Mr. Gibbon's His-
tory, objecting to the Manner in which Mr. Gib-
jects, and repeats his Reprimand. May 11th,
LXXIV. Hon. Horace Walpole to Mr. Gibbon on the first
LXXXI. Mr. Ferguson to Mr. Gibbon--Account of Mr.
Hume's Health-Mr. Ferguson's Works. April
LXXXIV. Mr. Gibbon to Mr. Holroyd, mentioning the se-
cond Volume of his History, and the third Edi-
LXXXIX. Mr. Wallace to Mr. Strahan-Account of Mr.
Hume's Death-on Mr. Gibban's History. Aug.
XCV. Mr. Gibbon to Mr. Holroyd-American Affairs.