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LETTER I.—CO-OPERATION. The two kinds of Co-operation-In its highest sense it is not yet | thought of.....

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LETTER II.-CONTENTMENT.
Co-operation, as hitherto understood, is perhaps not expedient.....

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LETTER III.- LEGISLATION. Of true Legislation. That every Man may be a Law to himself... 13

LETTER IV.-EXPENDITURE. The Expenses for Art and for War...

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LETTER V.-ENTERTAINMENT. The Corruption of Modern Pleasure. — (Covent Garden Pantomime.).

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LETTER VI.-DEXTERITY. The Corruption of Modern Pleasure.—(The Japanese Jugglers.)... 29

LETTER VII.-FESTIVITY. of the various Expressions of National Festivity......

LETTER VIII.--THINGS WRITTEN rao

The Four possible Theories respecting the Authority of the Bible. , 37

LETTER IX.--THANKSGIVING.

The Use of Music and Dancing under the Jewish Theocracy, compared with their Use by the Modern French...... ...... . . 44

LETTER X.-WHEAT-SIFTING.

The Meaning, and actual Operation, of Satanic or Demoniacal Influence........ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 54

LETTER XI.--THE GoLDEN Bough.

The Satanic Power is mainly Twofold: the Power of causing Falsehood and the Power of causing Pain. The Resistance is by Law of Honour and Law of Delight...................... ... 64

LETTER XII.-DIOTATORSHIP.

The Necessity of Imperative Law to the Prosperity of States..... 68

LETTER XIII.-EPIscoPACY AND DUKEDOM.

The proper Offices of the Bishop and Duke; or, “Overseer” and “Leader”....... - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ................. 76

LETTER XIV.-TRADE-WARRANT.

The First Group of Essential Laws.-Against Theft by False Work and by Bankruptcy.—Necessary Publicity of Accounts..... ... 80

LETTER XV.-PER-CENTAGE.

The Nature of Theft by Unjust Profits.—Crime can finally be arrested only by Education....................... ---------- 91 LETTER XVI.-EDUCATION.

Of Public Education irrespective of Class-distinction. It consists essentially in giving Habits of Mercy, and Habits of Truth... 90

LETTER XVII.-DIFFICULTIEs. The Relations of Education to Position in Life........... ....... 110

LETTER XVIII.-HUMILITY.

The harmful Effects of Servile Ehmployments. The possible
Practice and Exhibition of sincere Humility by Religious

LETTER XIX. —BRoKEN REEDs.

The General Pressure of Excessive and Improper Work, in English
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LETTER XX.-Rose-GARDENs.

Of Improvidence in Marriage in the Middle Classes; and of the advisable Restrictions of it...................... - - - - - - - - - - . 131

LETTER XXI.-GENTILLEsse.
Of the Dignity of the Four Fine Arts; and of the Proper System

LETTER XXII.--THE MASTER.

Of the normal Position and Dutias of the Upper Classes. General Statement of the Iand Question........................... 148

LETTER XXIII.-LANDMARKs. Of the Just Tenure of Lands; and the proper Functions of high

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