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Original Dedications

35 False Wit and Humour-Genealogy of

1 The Spectator's Account of himself Addisont Humour

Addison

2 Of the Club—Sir Roger de Coverley-

36 Letters from the Play-house, on the Dis-

the Templar—Sir Andrew Freeport-

mission of inanimale Performers Steele

Captain Sentry---Will Honeycomb 37 Catalogue of a Lady's Library-Charac-

The Clergyman

Steele

ter of Leonora

Addison

3 Public Credit, a Vision

Addison 38 On Affectation-Vanity

Steele

4 Advantages of the Spectator's Tacitur.

39 English Tragedy-Lee-Otway Addison

nity-Care of the Female Sex Stecle 40 Tragedy and Tragi-Comedy

5 On the Absurdities of the Modern Open Addison 41 Women called Picts-no Faith to be

6 Preference of Wit and Sense to Hones-

kept with them

Steele

ty and Virtue

Steele 42 English Tragedy-Methods to aggran-

Popular Superstitions

Addison dize the person in Tragedy,

Addison

8 Letters on Masquerades

43 Account of the Hebdomadal Club Re-

9 Account of various Clubs

marks on Dulness

Steele

- 10 The uses of the Spectator

44 Stage tricks to excite Pity-Dramatic

11 Character of Arietta—the Ephesian Ma-

Murders-

Addison

tron-Inkle and Yarico

Steele 45 Ill Consequences of the Peace-French

12 Custom of tolling Stories of Ghosts to

Fashions-Childish Impertinence

Children

Addison 46 The Spectator's Paper of Hints drop-

13 Conduct of the Lions at the Opera-

ped-Gospel-gossip-Ogling

Merit of Nicolini

47 Theory of the Passion of Laughter

14 Letters from the Lion-from an under

48 Spectator's Letter to the Ugly Club

sexton-on the Masquerade-Puppet

Letters from Hecatissa-an old Beau-

Show

Steele Strolling Players

Steele

15 Story of Cleanthe-On happiness, ex-

49 Character at the Coffee-House--Eq-

emplified in Aurelia-Fulvia

Addison bulus

16 Various articles of dress—Lampoons-

50 Remarks on the English, by the Italian

Scandal--Politics--Letter from Charles

Kings

Addison

Lillie

51 Censure of a Passage in the Funeral

17 Account of the Ugly Club

Steele Indelicacies in Plays

Steele

18 History of the Italian Opera

Addison 52 Letter from the Ugly Club-Hobbes's

19 On Envy

Steele Theory of Laughter

20 Impudence—the Starers

53 Letters on Female Education Hughes

21 Divinity, Law, and Physic overburdened

The best-bred Men-the Spleen--a

with Practitioners

Addison Peeper-king Latinus

22 Absurdities of the Opera exemplified in

54 Account of a new Sect of Loungers

Letters from the Performers of Beasts Steele 55 Effects of Avarice and Luxury on Em-
23 IIl-patured Satire
Addison ployments

Addison

24 Complaint of Thomas Kimbow-imper 56 Vision of Maraton

tinent Acquaintance-Letter from Ma-

57 Mischiefs of Party-Rage in the Female

ry Tuesday

Stecle

Sex

25 Letter from a Valetudinarian-Excess

58 Essay on Wit-History of False Wit

of Anxiety about Health

Addison 59 The same Subject continued

26 Reflections in Westminster Abbey

60 Wit of the Monkish Ages—in Modern

27 Resolutions to quit the world— Letter to

Times
a Clergyman

Steele 61 The Subject continued

28 Project of an Office for the Regulation

62 Difference between True and False Wit

of Signs—a Monkey recommended for

-Mixt Wit

the Opera

Addison 63 Allegory of several Schemes of Wit

29 Italian Recitative-Absurdities of the

64 On public Mournings

Steele

Opera Dresses

65 Characters of Sir Fopling Flutter, Dori-

30 Club of Lovers established at Oxford Steele mant, and Harriot
31 Project of a new Opera

Addison 66 Letters on fashionable Education Hughes

32 Admission of the Spectator into the

Errors in the common Modes

Steele

Ugly Club

Steule 67 Dancing—the Dangers of it-Country

33 Characters of Lætitia and Daphne-Art

Dances-Exhibition of Pictures Budgell

of Improving Beauty

Hughes 188 On Friendship

Addison

31 Success of the Spectators with various 69 Visit to the Royal Exchange-Benefit of
Classes of Readers represented by the

extensive Commerce

Club

Addison | 70 Critique of the Ballad of Chevy-Chase

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71 Love-Love Letter of James to Betty Steele 120 Instinct in Animals

Addison

72 Account of the Everlasting Club Addison 121 The Subject continued-Wisdom of

73 Passion for Fame and Praise-Charac-

Providence

ter of the Idols

122 A Visit with Sir Roger to the Country -

74 Continuation of the Critique on Chevy-

Assizes

Chase

123 Education of country 'Squires---Story

75 Idea of a fine Gentleman-Character

of Eudoxus and Leontine

of Vocifer and Ignotus

Steele 124 Use and Difficulties of Periodical Pa.

76 Memoirs of the private Life of Phara-

pers

mond

125 Mischiefs of party Spirit

77 Absence of Mind-Bruyere's Charac-

126 The Subject continued-Sir Roger's

ter of an absent Man

Budgell Principles

78 Claim of Cambridge to the Origin of 127 Letter on the Hoop-petticoat

the Ugly Club— Petition of Who and

128 Difference of Temper in the Sexes-

Which

Steele

Female Levity

79 Letter from a Coquette--from B. D.

129 Fashions in Dress-How imitated in
on formal Devotion

the Country
80 History of Phillis and Brunetta-the

130 Interview of the Spectator and Sir Ro-

Remonstrance of That

ger with a Gang of Gypsies

81 Female Party Spirit discovered by

131 Opinions entertained of the Spectator

Patches

Addison in the Country-Letter from Will

82 The Misery of being in Debt

Steele

Honeycomb

83 Dream of a Picture Gallery

Addison 132 Scene in a Stage Coach between a

84 Private Life of Pharamond—Story of

Quaker and an Officer

Steele

Spinnamont

Steele 133 On Death-Reflections on the Death

85 Fate of Writings--Ballad of the Chil-

of a Friend

dren in the Wood

Addison 134 Lette som a Splenetic cured-Letter

86 On Physiognomy

and Petition on the Exercise of the

Steele

87 On Beauties—Letter from a Beauty

Fan

1 T T
Letter on Idols

Eusden 135 Blessing of being born an Englishman

88 Manners of Servants-Mischief of

- The English Tongue

Addison

Board-Wages
Steele 136 Letter from a Liar

Steele

- 89 Lovers-Demurrage—Folly of Demur-

137 Condition of Servants—Letters from

Addison Ralph Valet and Patience Giddy

90 Punishment of a voluptuous Man after

138 Frivolous Disputants-Exercise of the

Death-Adventure of M. Pontigna

Snuff-box

91 Loves of Honoria and Flavia Hughes 139 The Love of Glory-Character of Pe-

92 Books for a Lady's Library

Addison ter the Great

93 Proper Methods of employing Time

140 Letters on Love, Wit, Drinking, Gam-

94 Subject continued-Pursuit of Know-

ing, &c.

ledge

Letter from Parthenia

Miss Shepherd

95 Letter on Demonstrations of Grief-

141 Improprieties on the Stage

Steele

Female Reading
Steele Lancashire Witches

Hughes

96 Adventures of a Servant

142 Love-letters to Andromache

Steele

97 Pharamond and Eucrate on Duels

143 Complaints of Sickness-A cheerful

98 Ladies' Head-dresses

Addison Temper

99 The chief Point of Honour in Men and

144 Female Beauty-Characters of various

Women-Duelling

Beauties

100 Complaints of Sickness—Characters of 145 Letters on Wagerers, Whistlers, rude

Harry Tersett and Varilas

Steele

old Bachelor-Małe Dress

101 Uncertainty of Fame-Specimen of a

146 Passages from Cicero and Burnet

History of the Reign of Anne I. Addison 147 On reading the Church Service

102 Exercise of the Fan

148 On Impertinents—Whisperers-Let-

103 Compliments-Extracts on Sincerity Steele

ters to them

104 Decency of Behaviour

149 Letter from a Widow with two Lovers,

Letter on a Female Equestrian Hughes and Answer
105 Will Honeycomb's Knowledge of the

150 Inconveniences of Poverty–Affecta-
World—Various kinds of Pedants Addison tion of Slovenliness

Budgell
106 Spectator's Visit to Sir R. de Cover-

151 Character of a Man of Wit and Plea-
ley's country Seat—the Knight's do-

Steele
mestic Establishment

152 Military Courage
107 Sir Roger's Conduct to his Servants Stecle 153 Folly of Wishing to be Young
108 Character of Will Wimble

Addison 154 Letter of Apology for a Man of Wit

109 Sir Roger's Ancestors

Steele

and Pleasure

110 On Ghosts and Apparitions

Addison 155 Impertinent Conversation to Women

111 Immateriality of the Soul

in Business

112 A Sunday in the Country-Sir Roger's

156 Character of Women's Men

Behaviour at Church

157 Improper Method of educating youth

113 His Account of his Disappointment in

158 Letters censuring the Spectator-On

Love

Steele

Women's Men-Good-breeding

114 On the Shame and Fear of Poverty-

159 The Vision of Mirza

Addison

Characters of Laertes and Irus

160 On great and natural Geniuses

115 Labour and Exercise

Addison 161 Letter and Reflections on rustic Amuse-

116 A hunting Scene with Sir Roger Budgell

Budgell
117 On Witchcraft-Story of Moll White Addison 162 On Inconstancy and Irresolution Addison
118 Sir Roger's Reflections on the Widow

163 Disappointment in Love Letter from

-Love Scene

Steele

Leonora

Miss Shepherd

119 Rural Manners-Politeness

Addison Consolation

Addison

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164 Story of Theodosius and Constantia Addison 209 Simonides's Satire on Women Addison

R 165 Introduction of French Phrases in the 210 Immortality of the Soul

Hughes
History of the War-Specimen in a 211 Transmigration of Souls-Letters on
Letter

Simonides's Satire on Women Addison

166 Durability of Writing-Anecdote of an 212 Letter from a Hen-peckt Husband de-

atheistical Author

termined to be free

Steele

167 Castle-building—Letter from a Castle-

213 On habitual good intentions

Addison

builder
Steele 214 On Patrons and their Clients

Steele

168 Letter on the Severity of School-mas-

215 Education-compared to Sculpture Addison

ters-On Impertinents-Poachers

216 Success of the Hen-peckt Husband de-

169 On Good-nature, as the Effect of Con-

termined to be free

Steele

stitution

Addison 217 Club of She-Romps-Letters on Inde-

170 On Jealousy

licacy-from an old Maid-a Bee Budgell

171 Subject continued- Address to those 218 Fame-Reputation---Credit

Steele

who have jealous Husbands

219 Quality-Vanity of Honours and Titles Addison

172 Talents honourable only as they are

220 Rejection of an aged Lover

Steele

used

Steele

False Wit and Mechanic Poetry Hughes

173 Account of a grinning Match Addison Love-Salutations

Steele

174 Dispute on the landed and trading In-

221 Use of Mottos-Love of Latin among

terest

Steele

the common People—Signature Lel-

175 Character of a Jezebel-Letter on Butts

ters

Addison

-On Fashion

Budgell 222 Inconsistencies of Men of Talents with

176 On Hen-peckt Husbands

Steele

respect to Economy

Steele

177-Good-nature, as a Moral Virtue Addison 223 Account of Sappho

Addison

178 Celinda's Letter on Female Jealousy Steele

Her Hymn to Venus

Am. Phillips

179 Various Dispositions of Readers-Ac-

224 Universality of Ambition-its wrong

count of a Whistling-match-Yaw-

Directions

Hughes

ing

Addison 225 Discretion and Cunning

Addison

180 Vanity of Lewis XIVth's Conquests

226 On Raphael's Cartoons

Steele

Mr. H. Martyn 227 Letter on the Lover's Leap

Addison

181 Cruelty of Parents in the Affair of Mar 228 Inquisitive Disposition-Remedy for

riage

Addison loud Talkers

Steele

182 Letters on Seduction, from the Se-

229 Fragment of Sappho

Addison

ducer

Steele 230 Benevolent Disposition--Letter of Pliny Hughes

183 On Fable-Fable of Pleasure and Pain Addison Plan of an Academy

Sleele

184 Account of a remarkable Sleeper

231 Letter on Bashfulness

Hughes

185 Zeal-various kinds of Zealots

Reflections on Modesty

Addison

186 On Infidelity

232 Sir Andrew Freeport's Opinion of Beg-

187 Letter on the character of Jilts Steele

gars

Budget?

188 The Love of Applause

233 History of the Lover's Leap

Addison

189 Cruelty of Parents Letter from a Fa.

234 Good-natured Species of Lies-AC-

ther to his Son-Duty to Parents Addison count of a Freethinker

Steele

190 Letter on the unhappy condition of

235 Account of the Trunkmaker in the

Women of the Town

Steele
Theatre

Addison

191 On the Whims of Lottery Adventurers Addison 236 Letters on cruel Husbands-on impro-

192 Parental Fondness and Expectations-

per Behaviour at Church

Steele

Consolation on the Death of a Pa-

237 On the Ways of Providence

Addison
rent

Steele 238 On the Love of Flattery-Translation

193 Account of a great Man's Levee

from Aristenetus

Steele

194 Letters on an untoward Wife-Fickle

239 Various Ways of Managing a Debate Addison

Friend

240 Grateful Letter on heroic Virtue

195 On Temperance

Addison Country Breeding-Behaviour of a

196 On Easiness-a Love Case

Steele

Beau at the Theatre

Steele

197 Contentious Conversation of Gentle-

241 Letter on the Absence of Lovers-Re-

men of the Long Robe-Advice and

medies proposed

Addison
Disputes

Budgell 242 Letters on improper Behaviour in a

198 Character of the Salamanders—Story

Stage-Coach-Story of a Lottery

of a Castilian and his Wife

Addison Ticket-from the Guardian of two

199 Letter on the mercenary Practices of

Nieces

Steele

Men in the Choice of Wives Steele 243 On the Beauty and loveliness of Virtue Addison

200 Political Arithmetic-Rules for Popu-

244 Letters on Raphael's Cartoons-on Fe-

lation

Mr. H. Martyn
male Apes

Steele

201 Devotion-Enthusiasm

Addison 245 Simplicity of Character-Letters on in-

202 Folly of the Pride of Birth or Fortune

nocent Diversions-Absent Lovers-

Letters from Servants

Steele

from a Trojan

Addison

203 On Seducers and their illicit Progeny

246 Mischief of Mothers not nursing their

-Letter from a natural Son

Addison
Children

Steele

204 Letters from Belinda to the Sothades

247 Different Classes of Female Orators Addison

-D. to his Coquette Mistress—to a

248 On Beneficence, with Examples Steele

Husband
Steele 249 Laughter and ftidicule

Addison.

205 Description of a Female Pander--af-

250 On the eyes

Golding

fected Method of Psalm-singing-

Complaint of Starers

Steele

Erratuth in the Paper on Drinking Addison 251 Letter on the Cries of London Addison
206 Modesty, Diffidence, Self-denial Steele 252 Letters on the eye--Cure for a bad
207 Notions of the Heathers on Devotion Addison Husband

Steele

208 Depraved Taste on the Theatre-Let-

Female Oratory

Hughes

ters on Visiting-Seduction-from a

253 On Detraction among bad Poets--

Lover

Steele

Pope's Essay on Criticism

Addison

curesses

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254 Letter from a Coquette to a new mar.

291 Criticism on Paradise Lost)

Addison

ried Lady, and Answer-Case of

292 On the Art of bestowing Favours-

Love

Steele

Letter from Pliny-Letter from a

x 255 Uses of Ambition-Fame difficult to be

poor and proud Jezebel

Unknown

Addison 293 Connexion betwixt Prudence and good

256 Subject-Disadvantages of Ambition

Fortune-Fable of a Drop in the

257 Ambition hurtful to the hopes of Fu-

Ocean

Addison

turity

294 On want of Charity in the Wealthy-

258 Letter on the Theatre-on a musical

Charity Schools

Steele

Scheme

Steele 295 Letter on Pin-Money-Reflections on

259 On outward Civilities-Salutation at

that Custom

Addison

Church

296 Letters on Greek Mottos—The Use of

260 Letters from an old Bachelor-from

the Window--soliciting Advice-

Lovers

Lampoons-Good Manners-Danc-

261 Love and Marriage

Addison ing

Steele

262—The Spectator's Success—Caution in

207, Criticism on Paradise Lost

Addison

Writing-announces his Criticism on

298 Letter on the general Notion Men have

Milton

of the Fair Sex

Steele

263 Letters on the relative Duties of Pa.

299 Letter from Sir John Envil, married to

rents and Children-between a Mo-

a Woman of Quality

Addison

ther and Son

Steele 300 Indelicate Conversation-Conversation

264 On living in a particular Way-Charac-

with the Fair Sex-Inconstancy of

ter of Trus-Letters from Estcourt-

Friendship_Criticism

Steele
from Sir Roger

301 Letter to Chloe froin her Lover, with

265 Female Head-dress-Will Honey-

an Account of his Dreams

Budgell

comb's Notions of it
Addison 302 Character of Emilia

Dr. Brome

266 Miseries of Prostitution-Arts of Pro-

303 Criticism on Paradise Lost

Addison

Steele 304 Letter from a silent Lover-Petition of

267 Criticism on Paradise Lost

Addison Anthony Titlepage--of Bartholomew

268 Letters on pulling the Nose Heywood Lady-love

Steele

On Choice in Marriage-from a

305 Project of the new French Political
heedless Gazer-On Hoods-an Or-

Academy

Addison
ford Toast-on patching

Steele 306 Letter from a Beauty destroyed by the

269 Visit from Sir Roger-his Opinions on

Small Pox

Hughes

various Matters
Addison Consolation offered

Steele

270 Reflections on the Characters in the

307 On the Education of Children Budgell

Scornful Lady

Steele 308 On the better regulating of Matches-

271 Letters from Tom Trippit, complaining

Tradesman married to a Woman of

of a Greek Quotation-soliciting a

Quality, On the Historians, &c. Steele
Peep at Sir Roger from a Showman Addison 309 Criticism on Paradise Lost

Addison

272 Letters from Cleanthes on a mischief.

310 Letters from various Lovers-on Tale-

making old Maid—from E. G. on

bearers-Petition from the Readers
Kissing-hoods

Steele
of the Spectator

Steele

273. Criticism on Paradise Lost

Addison 311 Letter on Fortune-stealers

Hughes

274 On Seducers--Procuresses--Letter

Remarks on them-on Widows Addison

from one

Steele 312 On Sorrow-Power of bearing Calami-

275 Dissection of a Beau's Head

Addison ties—Letter on the Prayers of Cler-

276 Letters on Delicacy in the Censure of

gymen before Sermon

Steele

Vices—from an affected Lady-a

313 Comparative Advantages of public and
kept Mistress-a Quaker

Steele
private Education

Budgell

277 Remarks and Letters

on French

314 Letters from a Lover, and Answer-

Fashions

Budgell from John Trott on his Courtship-

278 Letters from a Shopkeeper on his Wife's

Qualification of a Poet-Encoring in

Greek--Private Marriage--Musical

the Theatres-Female Education Steele
Plan
Steele 315 Criticism on Paradise Lost

Addison
Criticism on Paradise Lost

Addison 316 Letters on Idleness—from a Lover Unknown

280 On the Desire of pleasing-Character 317 On Waste of Time Journal of a Citi-

of Polycarpus

Steele

Addison

281 Dissection of a Coquette's Heart Addison 318 Amours of Escalus, an old Beau Steele

282 False Hopes--decorating Churches 319 Letters from Dorinda, complaining of

with Evergreens

Steele

the Spectator's Partiality-From a

283 On the Art of growing rich Budgeli Man of Fashion

Budgell

284 Affectation of Negligence-of Busi-

320 Court of Inquisition on Maids and Ba-

ness-Letter from the Parish Clerk

chelors-Letter from an Idler Steele
on Evergreens

Steele
321 Criticism on Paradise Lost

Addison

285 Criticism on Paradise Lost

Addison 322 Letter from Octavia, complaining of the

286 False Delicacy-Defence of the Spec-

Ingratitude of ber Husband

Steele

tator's Censure of Public Vices-

323 Clarinda's Journal of a week

Addison

Complexions

Unknown 324 Account of the Mohock ClubLetters
287 On the Civil Constitution of Great Bri-

from a Countryman to his Mistress Steele

tain

Addison 325 On Looking-glasses-Passage from

288 Description of Male Jilts

Steele

Milton

Budgell

Letter from an Author turned Dealer Mouleur 326 Letter on Fortune-hunters—Hints to a

289 Reflections on Bills of Mortality-Sto-

Lover--Causes of longing in Women Steele

ry of a Dervise

Addison 327 Criticism on Paradise Lost

Addison

290 Tragedy of the Distressed Mother-

328 Letter from a husband likely to be

Letter from Sophia in love with a

ruined by his Wife's Accomplish-

short face

Steele

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328* Correspondence of Gabriel Bullock

Goose and a Watchman-from a

and Mrs. M. Clark

Steele

Schoolmistress on Dancing

Steele

329 Visit with Sir Roger de Coverley to

377 Bill of Mortality of Lovers

Addison

Westminster Abbey

Addison 378 The Messiah, a Sacred Eclogue

Pope

33C Letters on the Education of Youth Steele 379 Duty of Communicating Knowledge-

331 Dissertation on Beards

Budgell Objections answered-Rosicrucius's

332 Account of the Sweaters-Letter from

Sepulchre

Budgell

three thrifty Ladies

Steele 380 Letters, requesting Advice in a Case of

333 Criticism

on Paradise Lost) Addison Love-On improper Behaviour at

334 On Dancing

Steele

Church-Coquetish Milk Maid-Vir-

Letter on the same subject

Weaver tue of an Orange Girl-St. Bride's

335 Sir Roger de Coverley at the Theatre Addison Charity School

Steele

336 On the unaccommodating Disposition

381 Cheerfulness preferable to Mirth Addison

of old men-Impertinence of Shop-

382 On the Frank Acknowledgment of
ping

Steele
Faults

Steele

337 Letter on Education

Budgell 383 Sir Roger de Coverley's Visit to Spring

338 Letter complaining of a merry Pro-

Gardens

Addison

logue to a deep Tragedy

Steele 384 The Bishop of St. Asaph's Preface to

339 Criticism on Paradise Lost

Addison his Sermons

Fleetwood

340 Character of Prince Eugene

Steele 385 Essay on Friendship

Budgell

341 Letter in Defence of Merry Epilogues Budgell 386 On an obsequious Behaviour-Charac-

342 Story of Hortensius and Sylvana Steele

ter of Acasto-Art of being agreeable

343 Transmigration of Souls-Letter from

in Company

Steele

a Monkey
Addison 387 Motives to Cheerfulness

Addison

344 Epicure Mammon's Letter on eating 388 Poetical Version of Solomon's Song,

On Women taking Snuff

Steele

Chapter Second

Steele

345 Criticism on Paradise Lost • Addison 389 Account of an Atheistical Book-On

346 On true Liberality

Steele

Atheists in general

Budgell

347 Of the Mohocks-Manifesto of the Em-

390 On the proper Method of repelling Ca-

peror
Budgell lumny

Steele

348 Letter on Detraction

Steele 391 Heathen Fables on Prayers-Vanity of

349 Consolation and Intrepidity in Death Addison human Wishes

Addison

350 Cruelty of a French Captain-Re 392 Transformation of Fidelia into a Look.

flections on Courage without Hu-

ing-Glass

Steele

Steele 393 Reflections on the Delights of Spring Addison

1351 Criticism on Paradise Lost Addison 394 On the little Arts of making Interest

352 On early Wickedness-Extract from

with Men in Power

Steele

Tillotson's Sermons

Steele 395 Dangers of the Month of May escaped Budgell

353 Letter on Education

Budgell 396 Letter on Punning,

Orator Henley

354 Character of a Devotee- Impudent Be-

397 On Compassion-Ann Boleyn's Letter Addison

haviour of People in the streets Steele 398 Amours of Cynthia and Flavia Steele

355 Use to be made of Enemies

Addison 399 Hypocrisy, various kinds of it Addison

356 Contemplation of the Character of our 400 Arts of Courtship—Caution to the Fair

Saviour

Steele

Sex

Steele

357 Criticism on Paradise Lost)

Addison 401 Correspondence between Amoret, a

358 Proper Ingredients of Festivity and

Jilt, and Philander

Budgele

Mirth

Steele 402 Letters from Silvia, complaining of an

359 History of Will Honeycomb's Amours Budgell unnatural Mother-From a married

360 On Propriety in genteel Dress Steele

Man in Love with his Ward-Con-

361 Letter on Cat-calls-History of them Addison cerning a profligate LoverUnduti-

362 Letters in Commendation of Brook

fulness of Nephews

Steele

and Hellier's Wine-from a Scholar

403 Speculations of Coffee-house Politi.

in Love

Steele

cians on the Death of the King of

363 Criticism on Paradise Lost

Addison France

Addison

364 Letter on Travelling Earl of Hardwick 404 On the misapplication of Nature's Gifts Unknown

From a new-married couple—from 405 On the Improvement of Sacred Music Addison

a Prude

Steele

406 Letters on the Joys and Satisfactions

365 Dangerous Influence of the Month of

of private Life-Translation of a

May

Bulgell Lapland Song

Steele

366 Inconsistencies in Love Thoughts-

407 Character of English Oratory-Use of

Translation of a Lapland Love-song

proper Gestures

Addison
-on a Chambermaid's Perquisites Steele 408 On the Study of Human Nature-the

367 Various Advantages of the Spectators

Passions

Unknown

-Paper-Printing

Addison 409 Characteristics of Taste

Addison

368 Account of the Death of Madam de 410 Adventures of Sir Roger de Coverley

Villacerfe

Steele

with a Woman of the Town-Trans-

362 Criticism on Paradise Lost

Addison lation of a Chapter in Canticles Steele

370 On the Stage-Dancing recommended Steele and probably

Tickell

371 Humorous Way of sorting Companies 411–421 Essays on the Pleasures of the

-for Mirth-for useful Purposes Addison Imagination

Addison

372 Letters in Commendation of Powell,

422 On Raillery-Characters of Callis-

the Puppet-show Man-Club of Pa-

thenes, Acetus, and Minutius Steele
rish Clerks-Lawyer's Club Steele 423 Advice to Gloriana, respecting the studi-

373 On Modesty and Assurance

Budgell ed Addresses of Strephon and Damon

374 On the proper Use of Time Frage 424 On good Humour-the Country Infir-

ments from Cæsar

Steele

mary

375 History of Amanda

Hughes 425 Beauties of the Eyening- Vicissitudes

376 Letters on a Partnership between a

of Night and Day, a Drama Unknown

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