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Method of political Writers affect-
567.
ing Secrecy ; Specimen

ADDISON
568. Coffee-house Conversation on the

pre-
ceding Paper—The Whole Duty of

Man turned into a Libel
569. On Drunkenness
570. On petty Ambition

UNKNOWN
571. Advantages of seeking the Protection
of the Supreme Being

ADDISON

572. On Quacks .

PEARCE

573. Letter from the President of the Club

of Widows

UNKNOWN

574. Advantages of Content

575. The present Life preparatory to the

Happiness of Eternity

576. On Singularity; the Dread and affec-

tation of it

577. Letter from a Person supposed to be

crazed- Petition of John à Nokes
and Tom a Styles

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578. On personal Identity-Story of Fad-
lallah

• UNKNOWN
579. On Adultery-Dogs which guarded
the Temple of Vulcan .

ADDISON

580. On the Glories of Heaven.

581. The Author's Answer to his Corre-

spondents; Letters from a Lover and

young Lady

• UNKNOWN

582. On the Itch of Writing .

ADDISON

583. Duty of being usefully employed-on

Planting.

584. Story of Hilpa.

585. The same concluded

586. The Use of Dreams

BYROM
587. The Vision of Hearts
588. On Self-love and Benevolence . . GROVE
589. On Planting — Folly of destroying
Wood

• UNKNOWN
590. On Eternity

• ADDISON
591. Questions and Cases of Love .

• UNKNOWN
592. Dramatic Improvements

Criticisms ADDISON
593. On Dreams, how to be improved . • PYROM
594. On Calumny

• UNKNOWN
595. On the abuse of Metaphors
596. Distresses of a very amorous

Gentleman
597. The Dreams of various Correspondents
698. On a merry and serious Cast of Temper a DDISON
599. The Cave of Trophonius, a Dream UNKNOWN
600. Various Opinions of future Happiness ADDISON

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601. On Benevolence-Causes which ob-
struct it.

. GROVE
602. Advantages of an Air of Importance
in making Love.

• UNKNOWN

603. Phæbe, a Poem

BY ROM

604. On a Desire of knowing future Events UNKNOWN

605. A difficult Case in Love resolved .

606. Embroidery recommended to the La-

dies.

607. Qualities necessary to make Marriage

Happy—the Flitch of Bacon .

608. List of Persons who demanded the

Flitch of Bacon .

609. Letters, on the improper Dress of

young Clergymen-On Antipathies

-against Embroidery.

610. Applause of Men not to be regarded-

Story of Gyges

611. Letter from a Lady insulted by her

Seducer-Reflections on the Subject

612. On the Pride of Genealogy

613. Letters, on Ambition-Eloquence of

Beggars—from a Lady marked by

the Small-pox

614. Questions on Widows, answered by the

Love Casuist-Custom of Enborne.
615. On Fear.
616. On vulgar Phrases-Specimen.
617. On strained and pompous Phrases

Specimen.

618. On epistolary Poetry

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