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442. The Author's Address to his Correspondents—Thesis

proposed

Steele.

443. Letters from an English Singer at Venice-Advice

to the trading World-on Rudeness) Steele.

444. On Quack Advertisements

445. On the new Stamp-Success of the Spectator

Addison,

446. Degeneracy of the Stage

447. Influence of Custom Moral deducted from it
448. On the Breach of Promises--coming late to Dinner

-Quarrel between Will Trap and Stint Steele.

449. Filial Piety of Fidelia—on the Collusion of Gla-

diators

Steele.

450. Letter on the Effects of the Love of Money

451. On Defamatory Publications

Addison.

452. On News-writers and Readers --Specimen of a

Newspaper

Addison,

453. On Pious Gratitude-Poem on it

454. Advantages of being so easily pleased-Different

Characters, in a Tour through the Metropolis Steele.

455. Letters on Education from the Husband of a Scold

-on Money--the Use of Similes

Steele.

456. Miseries of Debt and Bankruptcy-Letter from a

Bankrupt and Answer

Steele.

457. Proposal for a Newspaper of Whispers · Addison.
458. On true and false Modesty
459. On religious Faith and Practice
460. Paradise of Fools, a Vision

Parnell.
Letter on Bowing and Curtseying at Church Steele.
461. Version of the CXIVth Psalm

Watts.
Complimentary Letter to the Spectator Steele.

462. On pleasant Fellows-pleasant Character of Charles

the Second

Steele.

463. Weight of Wisdom and Riches, a Vision · Addison.

464. Mediocrity of Fortune to be preferred

465. Means of strengthening Faith

466. On the Advantages of Dancing

Steele.

467. On the Love of Praise--Character of Manilius

Hughes.
468. Death and Character of Dick Estcourt Steele,
469. On Benevolence in official Situations Addison.

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470. Criticism-Specimen of various Readings Addison.

471. On religious Hope,

472. Proposal that the rich Sick should assist the Poor

on the Loss of Sight

Steele.

473. Letters, on Affectation of Ignorance—from a Poeti-

cal Lover-Specimen of the Familiar, Steele,

474. Letter complaining of Country Manners and Con-

versation-Dumb Conjuror

Steele.

475. On asking Advice in Affairs of Love Addison,
476. On Method in Writing and Conversation-Charac-
ters of Tom Puzzle and Will Dry

Addison,

477. Letter on Gardening :

478. Proposal for a Repository of Fashions Steele.

479. Causes of Unhappiness in the married Life

480. Letters from a country Gentleman to Pharamond

Steele,

From a Lawyer's Clerk

Harper.

481. Opinions on the Dispute between Count Rechteren

and M. Mesnager

Addison.

482. Letters from Hen-pecked Husbands-from a Wo-
man married to a Cotquean

Addison.

483. On attributing our Neighbour's Misfortunes to Judg-

ments

Addison.

484. Letter and Reflections on Modesty

Steele.
485. On the Power of insignificant Objects—Character of
a Templar in Love-Equestrian Lady

Steele.

486. Letter on Hen-pecked Keepers

487. Essay on Dreams

Addison.

488. On the Price and Success of the Spectator · Addison.

Epigram on the same

Tate.

489. Meditation on the Wonders of the Deep, with a

Hymn

Addison.

490. On Marriage-excessive Fondness.

Steele.

491. Story of Rhynsault and Sapphira

492. Advantages of Levity over grave Behaviour in young

Ladies

Steele.

493. On giving false Characters of Servants-Letter from

Horace to Claudius Nero

Steele.

494. On Religious Melancholy

Addison.

495. On the Number, Dispersion, and Religion of the

Jews

Addison

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496. Letters, on the Conduct of gay and foppish Fathers
-on Swinging :

Steele.
497. On bestowing Favours on the deserving-Anecdote

of a Portuguese Minister of Pope Leo X. Steele.
498. Letter on young Templars turning Hackney-coach-

Steele.
499. Will Honeycomb’s Account of the Siege of Hers-
berg, and his Dream

Addison.
500. Defence and Happiness of a married Life Steele.
501. Patience, an Allegory

Parnell.
502. On the Taste of a Roman and English Theatrical
Audience

Steele.
503. Ralph Wonder's Account of the Phantom at Church

Steele.
504. Substitutes for Conversation--Trick of Biting
505. On Conjurors and Revealers of Dreams Addison.
506. Reflections on Errors in Marriage-Characters of

Erastus, Lætitia, Tawdry, and Flavilla Budgell.
507. On party Lies

Addison.
508. Description of a Tavern-tyrant-Complaint against
a Coxcomb

Steele.
509. On Abuses at the Royal Exchange-Maxims of
Thrift

Steele.
510. On the irresistible Power of Beauty
511. Will Honeycomb's Proposal of a Fair for Marriage
-Sale of unmarried Women •

Addison.
512. On giving Advice
513. Meditation on Death, a Hymn
514. Vision of Mount Parnassus

Steele.
515. Letters from a town Coquette to her Friend, and
Answer

Steele.
516. On Persecution Character of William III.
517. Death of Sir Roger de Coverley

Addison.
518. Letters on Epitaphs

Steele.
University Physiognomy

Orator Henley.
519. Meditation on animal Life

Addison.
520. On the Death of a Beloved Wife

Francham.
521. On the Uncertainty and Absurdity of public Re-
ports.

Steele.

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SPECTA T O R.

No. 413-521.

VOL. VIH.

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