Preface to the Third Part of Sir William Temple's Memoirs ; from the
Peace concluded 1679 to the Time of the Author's Retirement from
A Meditation upon a Broomstick,
A Tritical Essay upon the Faculties of the Mind,
A Proposal for Correcting, Improving, and Ascertaining the English
Tongue, in a Letter to the most Honourable Robert, Earl of Oxford
and Mortimer, Lord High Treasurer of Great Britain,
An Essay on Modern Education, .
Hints toward an Essay on Conversation,
A Letter of Advice to a Young Poet. Together with a Proposal for the
Encouragement of Poetry in Ireland,
A Letter to a very young Lady, on her Marriage,
Resolutions when I come to be Old,
Thoughts on Various Subjects, Moral and Diverting,
A Treatise on Good Manners and Good Breeding,
Hints on Good Manners, .
Of Mean and Great Figures, made by several Persons,
Of Public Absurdities in England, .
Of the Education of Ladies,
Character of Aristotle,
Character of Herodotus, .
Character of Primate Marsh,
Character of Mrs. Howard,
On the Death of Mrs. Johnson, (Stella, ]
Bon Mots De Stella,
Three Prayers used by the Dean for Mrs. Johnson, in her last Sickness, 289
An Evening Prayer, by Dean Swift, from the Original Manuscript found
amongst Dr. Lyon's Papers,
Letter to Mr. Archi-Rabbi Sophi Diotrephes, &c. .
Character of Dr. Sheridan,
The History of the Second Solomon,
A serious and useful Scheme to make an Hospital for Incurables, . 314
A complete Collection of General and Ingenious Conversation, according
to the most Polite Mode and Method, now used at Court, and in
the best Companies of England,
Remarks by the Editor,