MEMOIRS of the life and writings of Dr. Gold- The Preface to the Roman History,
7 The Preface to a History of England, .
The Vicar of Wakefield,
57 The Preface to the History of the Earth, etc. 232
An Inquiry into the Present State of Polite The Preface to the Beauties of English Poetry, 233
122 The Preface to a Collection of Poems, etc. 238
Criticism on Massey's Translation of the
Prologue by Laberius, .
Fasti of Ovid,
The Double Transformation,
ib. Criticism on Barrett's Translation of Ovid's
New Simile, in the manner of Swift, 144 Epistles,
Description of an Author's Bedchamber, 145
LETTERS FROM A CITIZEN OF THE
The Hermit; a Ballad,
An Elegy on the Death of a Mad Dog,
WORLD TO HIS FRIENDS IN THE
Stanzas on Woman,
The Traveller; or, a Prospect of Society, ib.
The Deserted Village,
I. Introduction. A character of the Chi-
II. The arrival of the Chinese in Lon-
· Epitaph on Dr. Parnell,
don. His motives for the journey.
Epilogue to the Comedy of the Sisters, ib.
Some description of the streets and
Epilogue spoken by Mrs. Bulkley and Miss
III. The description of London continu-
Epilogue intended for Mrs. Bulkley, 158
ed. The luxury of the English.
The Haunch of Venison,
Its benefits. The fine gentleman.
Song from the Oratorio of the Captivity, 160
The fine lady,
IV. English pride. Liberty. An instance
The Clown's Reply,
of both. Newspapers. Politeness, 251
Epitaph on Edward Purdon,
V. English passion for politics. A spe-
An Elegy on Mrs. Mary Blaize,
cimen of a newspaper. Character-
istic of the manners of different
Postscript to ditto,
VI. Happiness lost by seeking after re-
Prologue to Zobeide,
finement. The Chinese philoso-
Epilogue spoken by Mr. Lewes,
The Logicians Refuted,
VII. The tie of wisdom only to make us
Stanzas on the Taking of Quebec,
happy. The benefits of travelling
On a beautiful Youth struck blind by Light-
upon the morals of a philosopher, 254
VIII. The Chinese deceived by a prostitute
in the streets of London,
IX. The licentiousness of the English
The Good-natured Man. A Comedy,
with regard to women. A charac-
ter of a woman's man,
She Stoops to Conquer, or, the Mistakes of a
Night. A Comedy,
X. The journey of the Chinese from Pe-
kin to Moscow. The customs of
An Oratorio; first printed in the Paris edi-
tion, in 1825, from the original in Dr.
Goldsmith's own handwriting,
XI. The benefits of luxury in making a
people more wise and happy,
PREFACES AND CRITICISM.
XII. The funeral solemnities of the En-
The Preface to Dr. Brookes's Natural His-
glish. Their passion for flattering
Introduction to a New History of the World, 228 XIII. An account of Westminster Abbey, 260