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Christian soldier. Religion, 41
Filial Piety, 212
of the, 166
triothm\o7, Filial Piety, 212
Conjugal Affection, 219
1 Governor of Virginia, politeness of, 201
Grenadier, courage of a, 128
old age, 130
old age, llg
Paris, ^ 168
Lawrence, captain, Courage, 121
Providential Interference, 71
Mausolus, king of Caria, wife of, 218
Justice, , 53
Maurice, prince of Orange. Virtue, 17
rosity, i 82
Philoxenes. Truth, 10
Putnam, general, Patriotism, 170 ,
Publius Rutilius. Friendship, 104
Religious fortitude. 42
Reding, Aloys, Patriotism, 145
Representative, duty of a, 189
Rebel, character of a, 190
Roman daughter, 211
Roberts, colonel Owen, Patriotism, 168
Kussel, Lord, Virtue, 20
Rush, Dr. Benjamin, Magnanimity, 94
Russian princess. Respect to old age, 119
Sanchez, Martin, Generosity, 83
Saturninus. Virtue, 25
Scholar at Paris, filial piety of, 210
princess. Respect to old age, 119
Character of, '167
Wilson, Dr., benevolence of, '73
Witchcraft. Superstition, 48
Wolsey. Religion, 32
Wolsey. Gratitude, 100
Wolfe. Courage, . 131
Worcester, bishop of, politeness of 200
Xerxes, attempting to chain the waves. 243
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