The Works of Anna Lætitia Barbauld (1825)
Volume Two

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Contents

  Page
Letters to Dr. Aikin 3
Letters to Dr. Aikin 150
Letters to Miss E. Belsham, afterwards Mrs. Kenrick 58
Letters to Miss Dixon, afterwards Mrs. Beecroft 70
Letters to Mrs. J. Taylor 102
Letter to Miss Taylor, now Mrs. Reeve 113
Letters to Mrs. Carr 116
Letters to Mrs. Smith 124
Letters to Dr. And Mrs. Estlin 127
Letters to Mrs. Fletcher 138
Letter to Miss F. 146
Letter to —— 148

Miscellaneous Pieces

 
The Hill of Science: A Vision 163
On Romances: An Imitation 171
Seláma: An Imitation of Ossian 176
Against Inconsistency in our Expectations 183
On Monastic Institutions 195
An Inquiry into those Kinds of Distress which excite agreeable Sensations:—With a Tale 214
Thoughts on the Devotional Taste, and on Sects and Establishments 232
The Curé of the Banks of the Rhone 260
Zephyrus and Flora 268
On Evil: A Rhapsody 272
Dialogue between Madame Cosmogunia and a Philosophical Inquirer of the Eighteenth Century 277
Letter of John Bull 288
Letter on Watering-places 295
On Education 305
On Prejudice 321
Dialogue in the Shades 338
Knowledge and her Daughter: A Fable 350
An Address to the Opposers of the Repeal of the Corporation and Test Acts 353
Sins of Government, Sins of the Nation; or, a Discourse for the Fast, appointed on April 18, 1793 379
Remarks on Mr. Gilbert Wakefield's Enquiry into the Expediency and Propriety of Public or Social Worship 413