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Dr. Jonathan Swift,
Dean of St. Patrick's, Dublin.
Of the THIRD VOLUME.
PREFACE by Dr. Swift and Mr. Pope.
By Dr. Swift. A Discourse of the contests and diljentions between
the nobles and the commons in Athens and Rome; with the consequences they had upon both those States
p. 1 The sentiments of a church-of-England man, with
respećt to religion and governmerit p. 86 Aiz argument to prove, that the abolishing of chris
tianity in England, may, as Things now stard,
be attended with some inconveniencies, and per· haps not produce thoje many good effets proposed
thereby A projeět for the advancement of religion, and the
reformation of manners . p. 167 A letter from a member of the house of commons in
Ireland, to a member of the boule of commons in England, concerning the facramentaltest p. 211 A tritical essay upon the facilties of the mind p. 245 Predictions for the year 1708. Wherein the month
and day of the month are set down, the persons named, and the great actions and events of next ytar particularly related, as will come to pass. Written to prevent the people of England from being farther iinposed on by vulgar almanackmakers. By Isaac Bickerstaff, Eq; p. 256 The accomplifi.ment of the first of Mr. bickernaft's