- So that we flatter ourselves this Undertaking will
not fail of receiving the Approbation of all who wish well to a
Reformation of Manners, and more especially those who have Youth under
their Care. - As for such who may take it up merely as an Amusement, it
is possible they will find something, which, by interesting their
Affections, may make them better without designing to be so. - Either way
will fully recompense the Pains taken in the compiling by
Contains the Manner in which a Gentleman found two Children: His
Benevolence towards them, and what kind of Affection he bore to them as
they grew up; with the Departure of one of them to the Army.
Relates the Offers made by Dorilaus to Louisa, and the Manner of her
Dorilaus continues his Importunities, with some unexpected Consequences
that attended them.
Louisa becomes acquainted with a Lady of Quality, Part of whose
Adventures are also related, and goes to travel with her.
Horatio's Reception by the Officers of the Army: