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THE

WORKS

OF

Samuel Johnson, LL.D.

IN ELEVEN VOLUMES.

VOL. XI.

LONDON:

Printed for J. Buckland, J. Rivington and Sons, T, Payne and Sons, L. Davie,

B. White and Son, T. Longman, B. Law, J. Dodsley, H. Baldwin, J. Robson,
J. Johnson, C. Dilly, T. Vernor, W. Nicoll, G. G. J. and J. Robinson,
T. Cadell, T. Carnan, J. Nichols, J. Bew, R. Baldwin, N. Conant, P. Elmsly,
W. Goldsmith, T. Knox, R. Faulder, Leigh and Sotheby, G. Nicol, J. Murray,
A. Strahan, W. Lowndes, T. Evans, w. Bent, s. Hayes, G. and T. Wilkie,
T. and J. Egerton, W.Fox, P. M‘Queen, D. Ogilvie, B. Collins, E. Newbery,
and R. Jameson.

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CHAP.

Page

XX. The danger of prosperity

XXI. The happiness of solitude. The hermit's hiftory to

XXII. The happiness of a life led according to nature 63

XXIII. "The Prince and his Siiter divide between them

the work of observatica - .

XXIV. The Prince examines the happiness of high

Aations

.

. 67

XXV. The Princess persues her enquiry with more

diligence than fucecss

XXVI. The Princess continues her remarks on private
lite

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XXVII. Difquisition upon greatness .
XXVIII. Raselas and Nekazab continue their conversation :7
*XXVIII. The debate of marriage continued. :-

XXIX. Imlac enters, and changes the conversation ..

XXX. They visit the pyramids

XXXI. They enter the pyramid

XXXII. The princess meets with an unexpected mis.

fortune

- 91

XXXII. They return to Cairo, without Pekuab .

XXXIV. The Princess languishes for want of Pekuab . 6

XXXV. Petuab is Nill reincmbered. The progress of

forrow

• 100

T XVI. The Princess hear: news of Pekuab

. 101

XXVII. The adventures of the lady Pekuab

XXXVIII. The adventures of Prkuab continued

108

XXXIX. 'The history of a man of learning

. 114

XL. The astronomer discovers the cause of his un.

cabinets

- 116

XLI. The opinion of the astronomer is explained

and justified

118

YLII. The astronomer leaves Imlac his directions - 120

XLIII. The dangerous proidence of imagination . 121

XLIV. 'They discourse with an old man . . 124

VIV. The Princess and Petuab visit the astronomer 128

TLVI. The Prince enters and brings a new topick • 134

VIVII. Imius difcourses on the nature of the foul 138

XLVIII. The conclufion, in which nothing is concluded 143

The VISION of THEODORE, the Hcrmit of Tenerife,

found in his cell

. 145

"& APOTHEOSIS of MILTON, a vilion

• 163

PRAYERS

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