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SAMUEL JOHNSON, LL.D.
IN FOUR VOLUMES.
Nullius addictus jurare in verba magistri,
Quo me cunque rapit tempestas, deferor hospes.
PRINTED FOR BELL & BRADFUTE, JAMES M'CLIESH, AND
GILBERT & HODGES, DUBLIN; AND S. CAMPBELL,
113 The history of Hymenæus's courtship
115 The sequel of Hymenæus's courtship
116 The young trader's attempt at politeness
119 Tranquillas's account of her lovers, opposed to
105 The universal register, a dream
106 The vanity of an author's expectations. Reasons
107 Properantia's hopes of a year of confusion. The
108 Life sufficient to all purposes, if well employed
110 Repentance stated and explained. Retirement
111 Youth made unfortunate by its haste and eagerness