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N . 50. A Correspondent, Mr. Hume. 51. Mr. Abercromby. 52. A Correspondent, Mr. Alexander Craig. 53. Mr. Mackenzie. 54. Ditto 55. Mr. Craig. 56. The Letter from Umphraville, by a Correspondent, Lord
Hailes; that signed Civis, by Mr. Mackenzie.
57. Mr. Abercromby.
78. Mr. Mackenzie. 79 By Correspondents; the first Letter by Mr F. Tytler.. 80. Mr Mackenzie. 81. Ditto. 82. A Correspondent, Cosmo Gordon, Esq one of the Barons
of Exchequer in Scotland. 83. Mr. Craig. 84. Mr. Mackenzie. 85. The Introduction, by Mr. Craig; the Poem, by Mr. Mac
kenzie. 86. A Correspondent, Lord Hailes. 87. Mr. Abercromby. 88. Mr. Craig. 89. The Letter signed Emilia, by a Female Correspondent; the
other subscribed Letitia Lappet, also by a Correspondent, Mr. Alexander Craig; the rest of the Paper, by Mr.
Mackenzie. 90. Mr. Abercromby. 91. Mr. Mackenzie.. 92 Ditto. 93. Ditto. 94. The first part of the Paper, by Mr. Craig; the Letter with
which it is concluded, by a Correspondent, Mr. W.
Strahan of London, his Majesty's Printer. 95. A Correspondent, unknown. 96. By a Correspondent, Professor Richardson, except the Note
signed Evelina, by Mr. Mackenzie. 97. A Correspondent, Lord Hailes. 98. Ditto. 99. Mr. Mackenzie. 100. Ditto. 101. Ditto. 102. The Letter signed Moderatus, by a Correspondent, Mr.
Baron Gordon. The rest of the Paper, by Mr. Mac. kenzie.
103. A Correspondent, Mr. D Hume. The short Note at the
end, by Mr. Mackenzie 104 Mr Abercromby. 105. Mr. Mackenzie. 106. Mr. Craig. 107 Mr. Mackenzie. 108. Ditto. 109. Ditto. 110. Ditto.
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