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The Works of
Anna Lætitia Barbauld
Volume II

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Letters to Miss E. Belsham, afterwards Mrs. Kenrick

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Letters to Miss Dixon, afterwards Mrs. Beecroft

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Letters to Mrs. J. Taylor

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Letter to Miss Taylor, now Mrs. Reeve

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Letters to Mrs. Fletcher

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Letter to Miss F.

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Letter to ——

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The Hill of Science: A Vision

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On Romances: An Imitation

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Seláma: An Imitation of Ossian

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Against Inconsistency in our Expectations

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On Monastic Institutions

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An Inquiry into those Kinds of Distress which excite agreeable Sensations:—With a Tale

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Thoughts on the Devotional Taste, and on Sects and Establishments

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The Curé of the Banks of the Rhone

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Zephyrus and Flora

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On Evil: A Rhapsody

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Dialogue between Madame Cosmogunia and a Philosophical Inquirer of the Eighteenth Century

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Letter of John Bull

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Letter on Watering-places

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On Education

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On Prejudice

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Dialogue in the Shades

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Knowledge and her Daughter: A Fable

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An Address to the Opposers of the Repeal of the Corporation and Test Acts

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Sins of Government, Sins of the Nation; or, a Discourse for the Fast, appointed on April 18, 1793

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Remarks on Mr. Gilbert Wakefield's Enquiry into the Expediency and Propriety of Public or Social Worship

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