E N C L O S U R E
Antient history. Herodot. Thucyd. Xenoph. hellen. Xenoph. Anab.
Q. Curt. Just.
Livy. Polybius. Sallust. Caesar. Suetonius. Tacitus. Aurel. Victor. Herodian.
Gibbons' decline of the Roman empire. Milot histoire ancienne.
Mod. hist. English. Tacit. Germ. & Agricole Hume to the end of H.VI. then Habington's
E.IV. St. Thomas Moor's E.5. & R.3. Ld Bacon's H.7. Ld. Herbert of Cherbury's
H.8. K. Edward's journal (in Burnet) Bp. of Hereford's E.6. & Mary. Cambden's Eliz.
Wilson's Jac.I. Ludlow (omit Clarendon as too seducing for a young republican. By
and by read him) Burnet's Charles 2. Jac.2. Wm. & Mary & Anne Ld Orrery down to
George 1. & 2. Burke's G.3. Robertson's hist. of Scotland.
American. Robertson's America. Douglass's N. America Hutcheson's Massachusets.
Smith's N. York. Smith's N. Jersey Franklin's review of Pennsylvania. Smith's,
Stith's, Keith's, & Beverley's hist. of Virginia
Foreign. Mallet's North'n. Antiquities by Percy Puffendorf's hist'y. of Europe & Martiniere's of
Asia, Africa & America Milot histoire Moderne. Voltaire histoire universelle Milot hist.
de France Mariana's hist. of Spain in Span. Robertson's Charles V. Watson's Phil.
II. & III. Grotii Belgica. Mosheim's Ecclesiastical history.
Poetry Homer Milton Ossian Sophocles Aeschylus Eurip. Metastasio
Shakesp. Theocritus Anacreon [ . . . ]
Mathematics Bezout & whatever else Mr. Madison recommends.
Astronomy Delalande &'c. as Mr. Madison shall recommend.
Natural Philosophy. Musschenbroeck.
Botany. Linnaei Philosophia Botanica Genera plantarum Species plantarum Gronorii
flora [ ... ]
Agriculture. Home's principles of Agriculture Tull &c.
Morality. The Socratic dialogues Cicero's Philosophies Kaim's principles of Nat'l.
religion Helvetius de l'esprit et de l'homme. Locke's Essay. Lucretius Traite de
Morale & du bonheur
Religion. Locke's Conduct of the mind. Middleton's
works Bolingbroke's philosoph. works Hume's essays Voltaire's works Beattie
Politics & Law. Whatever Mr. Wythe pleases, who will be so good as to correct also all the
preceding articles which are only intended as a groundwork to be finished by his pencil.
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