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50. A Correspondent, Mr. Hume. 51. Mr. Abercromby. 52. A Correspondent, Mr. Alexander Craig. 53. Mr. Mackenzie. 54. Ditto 55. Mr. Craig 56. The Letter from Umphraville, by a Correspondent, I.ord
Hailes; that signed Civis, by Mr. Mackenzie.
57. Mr. Abercromby.
72. Mr. Mackenzie.
78. Mr. Mackenzie. 79 By Correspondents; the first Letter by Mr F. Tytler. 80. Mr Mackenzie. 81. Ditto. 82. A Correspondent, Cosmo Gordon, Esq one of the Barons
of Exchequer in Scotland. 83. Mr. Craig. 84. Mr. Mackenzie. 85. The Introduction, by Mr. Craig; the Poem, by Mr. Mac
kenzie. 86. A Correspondent, Lord Hailes. 87. Mr. Abercromby. 88. Mr. Craig 89. The Letter signed Emilia, by a Female Correspondent; the
other subscribed Letitia Lappet, also by a Correspondent, Mr. Alexander Craig; the rest of the Paper, by Mr.
Mackenzie. 90. Mr. Abercromby. 91. Mr. Mackenzie.
92 Ditto. 93. Ditto.
94. The first part of the Paper, by Mr. Craig ; the Letter with
which it is concluded, by a Correspondent, Mr. W.
Strahan of London, his Majesty's Printer. 95. A Correspondent, unknown. 96. By a Correspondent, Professor Richardson, except the Note
signed Evelina, by Mr. Mackenzie. 97. A Correspondent, Lord Hailes. 98. Ditto. 99. Mr. Mackenzie, 100. Ditto. IOI. Ditto. 102. The Letter signed Moderatus, by a Correspondent, Mr.
Baron Gordon. The rest of the Paper, by Mr. Mac. kenzie.
The short Note at the
xo. 103. A Correspondent, Mr. D Hume.
end, by Mr. Mackenzie 104 Mr Abercromby. 105. Mr. Mackenzie. 106. Mr. Craig. 107 Mr. Mackenzie. 108. Ditto. 109. Ditto. 110. Ditto.
Work of this Sort is likely to meet with. Some
Account of the Author and his Intentions ...
s. Of Pedantry. An Extension of that Phrase; various
Instances of it