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<p 129> <t the task> <b 1> <r 1> <l 1> ((The Sofa Argument of the first book.=Historical deduction of seats, From the stool to the Sofa=A school-boy's ramble=A walk in the country=The scene described=Rural sounds as well as sights delightful=Another walk=Mistake concerning the charms of solitude corrected=Colonnades commended=Alcove, And the view from it=The wilderness=The grove=The thresher =The necessity and the benefits of exercise=The works of nature superior to, and in some instances inimitable by, art= The wearisomeness of what is commonly called a life of pleasure= Change of scene sometimes expedient= A common described, and the character of crazy Kate introduced= Gipsies= The blessings of civilized life= That state most favourable to virtue= The South Sea islanders compassionated, but chiefly Omai= His presesnt state of mind supposes=Civilized life friendly to virtue, but not great cities= Great cities, and London in particular, allowed their due praise, but censured= Fete cham . . .