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PREFACES, BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL,
BY DR. SAMUEL JOHNSON:
THE MOST APPROVED TRANSLATIONS,
BY ALEXANDER CHALMERS, F. S. A.
IN TWENTY-ONE VOLUMES.
PRINTED FOR J. JOHNSON; J. NICHOLS AND SON; R. BALDWIN; F. AND C. RIVINGTON; W. OTRIDGE AND SON;
The Author's Dedication to Queen Elizabeth.
Of the Soul of Man, and the Immortality
Section I. That the Soul is a Thing subsisting
II. That the Soul is more than a Per-
fection or Reflection of the Sense. 84
III. That the Soul is more than the
V. Erroneous Opinions of the Creation
VI. That the Soul is not ex Traduce
VII. Reasons drawn from Nature......... ib.
Song in Much Ado about Nothing.-Sigh no
more, ladies, sigh no more....
In the Merchant of Venice.-Tell me, where
Ariel's song, in the Tempest.-Where the bee
sucks, there suck I............
In Twelfth Night.-Come away, come away,
From the Two Gentlemen of Verona.-Who is
Sect. IX. Why the Soul is united to the Body. 89
X. In what Manner the Soul is united
XI. How the Soul exercises her Powers
XII. The vegetative Power of the Soul