The history of Miss Harriot Fairfax, containing I. The death of her parents, she is left an orphan, taken home by an old maiden aunt, with an extraordinary account of that lady's crosses in love, which is the reason she despises mankind in general. II. Harriot's beauty, how her aunt makes her behave at church, a gentleman falls in love with her at her window, makes proposals to marry her, is refused by her aunt, &c. ... X. Maria is married to Lord L-, a duel, the two couple are married, preparations for leaving England, farther account of Amelia Willis, and Mr. Townley, who had followed him through most parts of Europe in disguise. XI. A parting between all friends, the lovers arrive safe at Barbadoes, every thing is settled to their minds, a happy conclusion. Written by a lady.