Joseph Hopkinson, Puerile Essays  1787-1789
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Container / Location Title
Volume   1  
Joseph Hopkinson Puerile Essays addressed to the Philomathian Society [series]
Pages   1-9  
"On Astronomy,"  March 17, 1787
Pages   9-14  
"On Dancing,"  April 7, 1787
Pages   15-21  
"On Custom,"  June 2, 1787
Pages   22-30  
"On the advantage of allowing Children Reasonable Amusements,"  July 21, 1787
Pages   31-39  
"Happiness[:] Not equal and universal,"  undated
Pages   40-44  
"The Folly and Absurdity of National Prejudice,"  undated
Pages   44-52  
"On the Affections subsisting between Parent and Child,"  February 9, 1788
Pages   53-63  
"A Defence of Luxury,"  May 3, 1788
Page   64-75  
"The Disadvantages of Juvenile Societies," delivered before the Belles Lettres Society,  July 25, 1789
Page   70-81  
"On Solitude,"  September 1789
Page   82-93  
"A Reply to an Essay read by Mr. W[ilkin]s,"  October 1789