Hibernicus's letters [electronic resource] : or, a philosophical miscellany. Containing (among many others) essays on the following useful and entertaining subjects, viz. of happiness. of imaginary evils. Of Beauty. Of Castle-Building. Of false Contempt of the World. Of Witches and Apparitions. Of the Art of Printing. Of Laughter and Ridicule. Of False Taste. Of Useless Studies. Of Toleration. Of Solitude. Of Epistolary Writing. Of the Fable of the Bees. Of the Happiness of former Times compared with the present. Of National Frugality. Of Liberty. Of Gaming. Of Industry. Of Fashions. Of Women. Censure on Dr. Burnet's Reflections on Human Life. The Opinion of a Siamese on the Religion of Great Britain. Religion vindicated from the Character of Moroseness. The Vanity of Cicero and Montagne vindicated. The Usefulness of Modern Translations of Ancient Books. The Character of Anacreon, with a Specimen of his Writings. Remains of Archdeacon Parnel, &c. Interspersed with several Original Poems and Translations. Written by several eminent hands in Dublin. ... .
- London : printed for J. Clark, T. Hatchet, E. Symon at the Royal Exchange; J. Gray, in the Poultry; C. Rivington, in St. Paul's Church-Yard; J. Osborne, in Pater-Noster-Row; W. Innys and R. Manby, in Ludgate-Street; A. Millar, against St. Clement's Church in the Strand; J. Jackson, H. James's; J. Brindley, in New Bond-Street; and O Payne, in Round-Court. 1734.
2v. ; 8⁰.
- The second edition, with a compleat alphabetical index.
- Eighteenth century collections online. Part 1.
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