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M Í R R O R.

A PERIODICAL PAPER, published at

EDINBURGH in the years 1779 and 1780.

Veluti in speculo.

IN THREE VOLUMES.

V o L.

II.

EDINBURGH:

Printed for W. CREECH, Edinburgh; and
W. STRAHAN, and T. CADELL, London.

MDCCLXXXI.

1

1

C ο Ν Τ Ε Ν Τ S.

Pag,

NO
37. Happiness drawn rather from pro-

Speat than pollelion ; exemplified in

the history of Euphanor,
38. Scheme of lectures on politeness by Si-

MULATOR ; first part of a lecture
on Simulation,

12 39. Danger, incident to men of fine feel

ings, of quarrelling with the world, 20 40. Second part of the lečture an Simula tion,

26 41. Description of a tour through the

Highlands by a London family, 33 42. Importance of religion minds of fenfibility; story of La Roche,

41 43. Story of La Roche continued,

50 44. Story of La Roche concluded,

59 45. Of the character a Man of Fashion, 68 46. Humorous account of a cross-purpose

conversation, in a letter from EU-
TRAPELUS. Answer to the ma-
sters of taverns in relation to the
Mirror Club,

79 a 2

47. The

Pag:

89

III

NO
47. The effects of delicacy and taste on

happiness, illustrated by a descrip

tion of certain characters,
48. Whether, in the pleasure derived from

the fine arts, the artist or con-
noiffeur has an advantage over the
common Spectator? This question

considered with regard to Painting, 99 49. Distresses of the families of soldiers ;

story of Nancy Collins,
50. Genius and talents rendered useless

to fociety by indolence and inattivi.
ty; anecdotes of Mr Mordaunt,

118 51. Danger of too refined an education to

girls in certain circumstances, in a

letter from HARRIET B, 129 52. Whimsical proposal for an improve

ment in agriculture, by Posthus-
MUS AGRICOLA,

138 $3, Behaviour of great ladies in town to.

their country-acquaintance; in a
letter from ELISABETH HOME-
SPUN,

146
54. Recital of a conversation-criticism on
the tragedy of Zara,

150 55. Of Self-deception,

168 56. Fictitious

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Pag.

208

NO
56. Fietitious letter from Mr Umphra-

ville.—Civis on country.parties
of pleasure,

178 57. On Travelling. Danger of travel to

a man of moderate fortune, 187 58. Good effects of complacency and gentle

reformation ;, story of Horatio and
Emilia,

199 59. EsYchys on Lounging, 60. Advantage, even to the greatest and

most illustrious, of being able to trifle
occasionally,

217 61. Account of some peculiarities in Mr

Umphraville ; of attachment to in

animate objects and to Home, 224 62. Of romancing in conversation ; anec

dotes of a French company; in a let-
ter from EU TRAPELUS,

230 63. Of private and domestic virtues; cha, racter of Miss Hargrave,

238 64. Of Good company; in a letter from MODESTUS,

245 65. The hardship of educating a young lady

in an expensive manner, and then

leaving her with a very sender VOL. II.

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provision

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