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THE

SPECTATOR;

WITH

NOTES AND A GENERAL INDEX.

FROM THE LONDON STEREOTYPE EDITION.

COMPLETE IN TWO VOLUMES.

VOL. I.

Philadelphia:

PUBLISHED BY J. J. WOODWARD.

STEREOTYPED BY L. JOHNSON.

1832.

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Original Dedications

35 False Wit and Humour-Genealogy of

1 The Spectator's Account of himself Addison 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 inanimate 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

Steele 40 Tragedy and Tragi-Comedy

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

Preference of Wit and Sense to Hones-

kept with them

Steele

ty and Virtue

Steele 42 English Tragedy-Methods to aggran.

7 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 Il Consequences of the Peace-French

12 Custom of telling 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-Eu-

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-natured 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

Steele

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

Steele 67 Dancing—the Dangers of it-Country

33 Characters of Lætitia and Daphne-Art

Dances-Exhibition of Pictures Budgell

of Improving Beauty
Hughes 68 On Friendship

Addison

34 Success of the Spectators with various

69 Visit to the Royal Exchange-Benefit of

Classes of Readers represented by the

extensive Commerce

Club

Addison 170 Critique on the Ballad of Chevy-Chase

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