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XVII. Mr. Gibbon to Mr. Holroyd at Lausanne—Account

of Turin and the Boromean Islands-- Arrival at

Milan. Boromean Islands, May 16th; Milan,

May 18th, 1764

56

XVIII. Mr. Gibbon to Mr. Holroyd at Berlin-Account of

his Return through Paris, and of Madame Necker.

Beriton, Oct. 31st, 1765

61

XIX. Mr. Gibbon to Mr. Holroyd on Mr. Holroyd's Mar-

riage. April 29th, 1767

65

XX. Mr. Gibbon to G. L. Scott, Esq. proposing the esta-

blishment of a Journal of English Literature by

Mr. Scott, M. Deyverdun, and himself, and sug-

gesting the Subjects. Oct. 19th, 1767

68

XXI. Mr. Gibbon to Mr. Holroyd on certain Intelligence

from Denmark. London, 1772

71

XXII. Mr. Gibbon to Mr. Holroyd on certain Intelligence

from Denmark. Boodle's, 10 o'clock, Feb. 3d,

1772

XXIII. Mr. Gibbon to Mr. Holroyd on the Test Act.

Boodle's, Saturday, Feb. 8th, 1772

74

XXIV. Mr. Gibbon to Mr. Holroyd on the Death of the

Princess of Wales, and other Anecdotes. Feb.
13th, 1772

75

XXV. Mr. Gibbon to Mr. Holroyd on Mr. Fox's Resigna-

tion and Dr. Howell's Sermon

77

XXVI. Mr. Gibbon to Mrs. Gibbon-Characters returned.

from Travels. March 21st, 1772

78

XXVII. Mr. Gibbon to Mr. Holroyd. May 16th, 1772 79

XXVIII. Mr. Gibbon to Mrs. Holroyd, sen, on the Death

of Mr. Holroyd's Son. Beriton, July 17th,

1772

XXIX. Mr. Gibbon to Mr. Holroyd on the Death of

Mr. Holroyd's Son. July 30th, 1772

81

XXX. Mr. Gibbon to Mrs. Gibbon, Beriton, on the Death

of Mr. Holroyd's Son. Sheffield Place, Aug.
7th, 1772.

ib.

XXXI. Dr. Hurd (afterwards Bishop of Worcester) to Mr.

Gibbon on the Authenticity of the Book of Da-

80

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niel, (and a Fragment by Mr. Gibbon in Answer

to Dr. Hurd.) Thurcaston, Aug. 29th, 1772 83

XXXII. Mr. Gibbon to Mr. Holroyd. Beriton, Oct. 13th,

77

95

XXXIII. Mr. Gibbon to Mr. Holroyd. Dec. 11th, 1772

XXXIV. Mr. Gibbon to Mr. Holroyd on Junius's Letters.

Dec. 1772

97

XXXV. Mr. Gibbon to Mr. Holroyd on the East India Af-

fairs. Jan. 12th, 1773

99

XXXVI. Mr. Gibbon to Mr. Holroyd on the East India Af-

fairs. May 11th, 1773

100

XXXVII. Mr. Whitaker to Mr. Gibbon on the Poems of

Ossian, particularly the Poem of Comala, de-
fending then against an Objection of Mr. Gib-
bon's-on Mr. Whitaker's Works--Origin of
Chivalry. Manchester, Juiy 20th, 1773

ib.

XXXVIII. Mr. Gibbon to Mr. Holroyd at Edinburgh-

David Hume-Visit of M. Deyverdun to Lon-

don, &c. Bentinck Street, Aug. 7th, 1773 109

XXXIX. Mr. Gibbon to Mr. Holroyd-Description of

Cornwall. Port Eliot, Sept. 10th, 1773 112

XL. Mr. Gibbon to Mr. Holroyd-Lord Holland--Mr.

Fox's Debts. Bentinck Street, Dec. 16th, 1773 114

XLI. Mr. Gibbon to Mr. Holroyd on Colman's Play of

66 The Man of Business.” Jan. 29th, 1774 115

XLII. Mr. Gibbon to Mr. Holroyd. . 1774

116

XLIII. Mr. Gibbon to Mr. Holroyd. Feb. 1774

117

XLIV. Mr. Gibbon to Mr. Holroyd on the Boston Port

Bill--Anecdotes. March 16th, 1774

117

XLV. Mr. Gibbon - to Mr. Holroyd on the Boston Port

Bill. March 29th, 1774

119

XLVI. Mr. Gibbon to Mr. Holroyd-Account of Mr.

Clarke's Death. April 2d, 1774

120

XLVII. Mr. Gibbon to Mr. Holroyd. on Mr. Clarke's Death.

April 13th, 1774

ib.

XLVIII. Mr. Gibbon to Mr. Holroyd-Apologies for not

writing more frequently. April 21st, 1774 122

XLIX. Mr. Gibbon to Mr. Holroyd-Account of the

Masquerade at Boodle's. May 4th, 1774 123

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L. Mr. Gibbon to Mrs. Gibbon, Bath. May 24th, 1774 124

LI. Mr. Gibbon to Mr. Holroyd. May 24th, 1774 126

LII. Mr. Gibbon to Mr. Holroyd on General Romanzow.

Aug. 27th, 1774

127

LIII. Mr. Gibbon to Mr. Holroyd, mentioning the Offer

of a Seat in Parliament. Sept. 10th, 1774 128

LIV. Mr. Gibbon to Mr. Holroyd. Dec, 2d, 1774 129

LV. Mr. Gibbon to Mr. Holroyd, mentioning his Inten-

tion of speaking on the American Affairs. Jan.

31st, 1775

ib.

'LVI. Mr. Gibbon to Mrs. Gibbon, Bath, on the Affairs of

America. Jan. 31st, 1775

131

LVII. Mr. Gibbon to Mr. Holroyd-Parliamentary-
American Affairs. Feb. 8th, 1775

ib,

LVIII. Mr. Gibbon to Mr. Holroyd on Parliamentary Af-

fairs. Feb. 25th, 1775

133

LIX. Mr. Gibbon to Mrs. Gibbon, doubting whether

he should speak in Parliament. March 30th,

1775

LX. Mr. Gibbon to Mrs. Gibbon-House of Commons.

May 2d

135

LXI. Mr. Gibbon to Mr. Holroyd-An Account of his

History Affairs of America. Aug. 1st, 1775 136

LXII. Mr. Gibbon to Mrs. Gibbon on his History. Aug.
1775

137

LXIII. W. Strahan, Esq. to Mr. Gibbon on Mr. Gibbon's

History. New Street, Oct. 8th, 1775

138

LXIV. Mr. Gibbon to Mr. Holroyd-Political-on sending

Russian Troops to America, &c. Oct. 14th, 1775 139

LXV. G. L. Scott, Esq. to Mr. Gibbon on the First Vo-

lume of his History. Dec. 29th, 1775

141

LXVI. Mr. Gibbon to Mr. Holroyd-Political. Jan. 18th,
1776

142

LXVII. Mr. Gibbon to Mr. Holroyd. Jan. 29th, 1776

143

LXVIII. Mr. Whitaker to Mr. Gibbon on Mr. Gibbon's

History, and Mr. Whitaker's Military History

of the Romans in Britain. Manchester, Feb.

24th, 1776

144

LXIX.

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LXIX. Mr. Whitaker to Mr. Gibbon, thanking Mr. Gibbon

for his Remarks on the History of Manchester.

Fetter Lane, March 26th, 1776

145

LXX. Mr. Whitaker to Mr. Gibbon on Mr. Gibbon's His-

tory, objecting to the Manner in which Mr. Gib-
bon speaks of Christianity-on the slight Notice
taken of British Antiquities-on the Bill for the
Town of Manchester Manchester, Apr. 21st,
1776

146
LXXI. Mr. Whitaker to Mr. Gibbon on the same Sub-

jects, and repeats his Reprimand. May 11th,
1776

149

LXXII. Dr. Jos. Warton to Mr. Gibbon on the first Volume

of his History. Winchester, March 11th, 1776 152

LXXIII. D. Garrick, Esq. to Mr. Gibbon, giving Lord Cam-

den's Opinion of Mr. Gibbon's first Volume.

Adelphi, March 9th, 1776

153

LXXIV. Hon. Horace Walpole to Mr. Gibbon on the first
Volume of the History. No Date

ib.

LXXV. Hon. Horace Walpole to Mr. Gibbon on the first

Volume of the History. No Date

154

LXXVI. Hon. Horace Walpole to Mr. Gibbon on Mr. Da-

vis's Attack on Mr. Gibbon's first Volume 156

LXXVII. Hon. Horace Walpole to Mr. Gibbon on Mr. Gib-

bon's Answer to the Attacks made on his History.

No Date

158

LXXVIII. Dr. Robertson to Mr. Strahan on Mr. Gibbon's

History, March 15th, 1776

159

LXXIX. Adam Ferguson, Esq. to Mr. Gibbon on Mr. Gib-

bon's History. Edinburgh, March 19th, 1776 160

LXXX. Mr. Hume to Mr. Strahan on Mr. Gibbon's His-

tory. April 8th, 1776

161

LXXXI. Mr. Ferguson to Mr. Gibbon--Account of Mr.

Hume's Health-Mr. Ferguson's Works. April
18th, 1776

162

LXXXII. Mr. Gibbon to Mr. Holroyd-Madame Necker's

Visit to England-demand for a second Edition.

London, May 20th, 1776

164

LXXXIII.

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LXXXIII. Mr. Gibbon to Mr. Holroyd on the Affairs of

America, and second Edition of the first Volume.

June 6th, 1776

165

LXXXIV. Mr. Gibbon to Mr. Holroyd, mentioning the se-

cond Volume of his History, and the third Edi-
tion of the first-Expense of Printing. June
24th, 1776

166

LXXXV. Dr. Campbell (of Aberdeen) to Mr. Strahan on

Mr. Gibbon's first Volume. June 25th, 1776 168

LXXXVI. Madame Necker à Monsieur Gibbon on M.

Necker's Health, and his Resignation--on Mr.

Gibbon's History. Paris, July 29th, 1776 169

LXXXVII. Mr. Gibbon to Mr. Holroyd on the American

Affairs-Anecdotes.
Aug. 1776

173

LXXXVIII. Mr. Gibbon to Mr. Holroyd, mentioning the

Attacks on his History. 1776

174

LXXXIX. Mr. Wallace to Mr. Strahan-Account of Mr.

Hume's Death-on Mr. Gibban's History. Aug.
30th, 1776

ib.

XC. Mr. Gibbon to Mr. Holroyd-American Affairs

Attacks on his History. 1776.

175

XCI. Madame Necker à M. Gibbon on his History~

advising him to go to Paris-on Mrs. Montagu.

Sept. 30th, 1776

176

XCII. Mr. Gibbon to Dr. Watson, (now Bishop of Llan-

daft,) thanking him for his candid Remarks on

Mr. Gibbon's History, and desiring his Acquain-

tance. Nov. 2d, 1776

180

XCIII. Dr. Watson to Mr. Gibbon, in Answer to the above.

Cambridge, Nov. 4th, 1776

181

XCIV. Mr. Gibbon to Mr. Holroyd-American Affairs.

Nov. 7th, 1776

182

XCV. Mr. Gibbon to Mr. Holroyd-American Affairs.
Nov. 22d, 1776

ib.

XCVI. M. Suard à M. Gibbon on Mr. Gibbon's History-

advises Mr. Gibbon to translate it into French

himself-mentions M. de Septchenes' Transla-

tion. Paris, Nov. 25th, 1776

183

XCVII. M. Gibbon à Madame Necker, thanking her for

her

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