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110. Hymn to Light.

dll. Character of Cromwell

CHAPTER XVI.

THE GREAT NOVELISTS.

Daniel Defoe, 1661-1731. . . 244 | Laurence Sterne, 1713-1768. · 248

193. From "T.se Great Plague in London." 196. Death of Le Fevre.
llcnry Fielding, 1707-1754.. 246 Oliver Goldsmith, 1728-1974. 350
194. From “ Tom Jones."

197. The Stern Moralist.

Tobias George Smollett, 1721 199. France.

1771. · · · · · · · · 347

201. The Village Inn.

105 The Soldier Return.

198. A Fable.

CHAPTER XVII.

HISTORICAL, MORAL, POLITICAL, AND THEOLOGICAL WRITERS OV

THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY.

Isaac Watts, 1674-1728. .

214. Reflections on Landing at Iona.

. 254 215. The Fute of Poverty.

201. The Earnest Student.

216. Charles XII

Philip Doddridge, 1702–1751. 254 William Pitt, Earl of Chat-
2.2. Obligation of Harmony among Chris

ham, 1708-1778. . . . . 275
tians.
David Hume, 1711-1776. · · 255 Edmund Burke, 1739-1797. : 372

217. Speech on American Affairs.

913. Character of Queen Elizabeth.

204. On the Middle Station of Life.

218. Sympathy a Source of the Sublime.

219. Close of his Speech to the Electors us

William Robertson, 1721-1793. 258

Bristol.

220. Marie Antoinette, Queen of France.

206. Execution of Mary, Queen of Scots.

221. From the Impeachment of Warren

Edward Gibbon, 1737-1794. • 259

Hastings."

222. From "A Letter to a Noble Lord'.

106. Conception and Completion of his Hip-

(Duke of Bedford).
tory.
907. Charlemagne.

The Letters of Junius, 1769-
208. Mahomet.

1772. . . . . .
209. Invention and Use of Gunpowder. 223. 1721: Grace'the Duke of Bedford. 277

Samuel Johnson, 1709-1784. . 264 | Adam Smith, 1723-1790 . . 279

210. Letter to the Earl of Chesterfield.

224. On the Division of Labor.

211. From the Preface to his Dictionary.
212. The Right Improvement of Time.

William Paley, 1743–1805. . . 280

213. Dryden and Pope.

| 225. Character of Paul.

CHAPTER XVIII.

THE DAWN OF ROMANTIC Poetry.

Robert Blair, 1699-1746. . . 282 | Erasmus Darwin, 1731-1802. 307

226. From “ The Grave.”

242. Steel.

James Thomson, 1700-1748. . 283 James Macpherson, 1738-1796. 308

227. Evening in Autumn.

243. The Songs of Selma.

228. Reflections suggested by Winter.

229. From “Tie Castle of Indolence."

Thomas Chatterton, 1752-

Williain Shenstone, 1714-1763. 285

1770. · · · · · · · 310

230. The Shepherd's Home.

244. Resignation.

William Collins, 1721-1759. . 286 George Crabbe, 1754-1832. . 311

231. Ode to Fear.

245. The Dying Sailor.

246. An English Peasant.

Mark Akenside, 1721-1770. • 287 Robert Burns, 1759-1796. · · 315

232. Genius.

247. To Mary in Heaven.

Thomas (

248. John Anderson.

249. Bannockburn.

233. Eleky written in a Country Churchyard.

250. The Banks o' Doon.

234. On e Distant Prospect of Eton College.

235. The Progress of Poesy.

251. The Cotter's Saturday Night.

William Cowper, 1731–1800. . 205 John Wolcott, 1738-1819. · · 322

252. The Razor Seller.

23 Or the Receipt of my Mother's Picture.

237. Mercy to Animals.

Richard Brinsley Sheridan,

238. Pleasures of a Winter Evening.

239. The Play-Place of Early Days.

1751-1816. . . . . . . 343

260. The Diverting History of John Gily

253. The Old Husband and the Young Wife.

William Falconer, 1730-1769. 307]

s from “The Shipwreck."

CHAPTER XIX.

WALT'ER Scott.

Walter Scott, 1771-1832. , . 3261 259. Ellen - The Lady of the Lare.

260. Paternal Affection.

254. Description of Melrose Abbey.

261. Sunset and the Approach of a Storn..

255. Love of Country

262. Description of Richmond.

206. Pitt and Fox.

263. Rebeccu describes the Siege to the

957. The Parting of Douglas La Marmion.

wounded Ivanhoe.

238. The Death of Marmion.

Samuel Rogers, 1763-1855. • 393

829. Interview with a Malay.

821. Letter to the Rev. John Newton.

830. Opium Dreams.

82 To Lady flesket'ı.

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