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357.
363.

The SPECTATOR (Continued),

339. Criticism on Paradise Lost, . . . . . 117

345.

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351.

" " . . . . . 133

“ . . . . . 141

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369.

" . . . . . . 160

269. Visit from Sir Roger-his Opinions on various Matters, 169

271. Letters from Tom Trippit, complaining of a Greek Quo-

tation-soliciting a Peep at Sir Roger from a Showman, 177

275. Dissection of a Beau's Head, . . . . 181

281. Dissection of a Coquette's Heart, . . . . 185

287. On the Civil Constitution of Great Britain, . . 188

289. Reflections on Bills of Mortality-Story of a Dervise, 193

293. Connexion betwixt Prudence and good Fortune Fable

of a Drop in the Ocean, . . . . . . 198

295. Letter on Pin-Money–Reflections on that Custom,. 203

299. Letter from Sir John Envil, married to a Woman of

Quality, . . . . . . . . . 208

305. Project of the new French Political Academy, . . 212

311. Remarks on Fortune-stealers-on Widows, . . . 218

317. On waste of Time-Journal of a Citizen, . . . 222

323. Clarinda's Journal of a week, . . . . . 227

329. Visit with Sir Roger de Coverley to Westminster Abbey, 233

335. Sir Roger de Coverley at the Theatre, . . . 239

343. Transmigration of Souls-Letter from a Monkey, .

349. Consolation and Intrepidity in Death, . ..

355. Use to be made of Enemies, . . . . . 256

361. Letter on Cat-calls-History of them, . . . 259

367. Various Advantages of the Spectators—Paper-Printing 263

371. Humorous way of sorting Companies—for Mirth—for

useful Purposes, . . . . . . . 267

877. Bill of Mortality of Lovers, . . . . 271

381. Cheerfulness preferable to Mirth, . . . , 274

383. Sir Roger de Coverley's Visit to Spring Gardens, 279

887. Motives to Cheerfulness, . . . . . . 283

252

The SPECTATOR (Continued),

391. Heathen Fables on Prayers—Vanity of Human Wishes, 288

393. Reflections on the Delights of Spring, . . . 293

397. On Compassion-Ann Boleyn's Letter, . . . . 297

399. Hypocrisy, various kinds of it, . . . . 301

403. Speculations of Coffee-house Politicians on the Death of

the King of France. . . . . . . . 303

405. On the Improvement of Sacred Music, . . . 309

407. Character of English Oratory–Use of proper Gestures, 312

L 409. Characteristics of Taste, . . . . . . 315

411. Essays on the Pleasures of the Imagination, . . 322

412. " " " "

" . . . 327

413. ^ «

" . . . 332

414. " " " . " . . . 336

415. " " " "

“ . . . 341

416. " " " " " . . . 347

417. « « « «

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418. “ “ “ “ “ . . . 357

419.

“ . . . 362

420. " " " "

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421. i

. 370

433. Advantages of the Sexes associating-History of a Male

Republic, . . . . . . . . . 374

434. History of a Female Republic, . . . . . 377

435. Female Dress---Mixture of the Sexes in one Person-

Female Equestrians, . . . . . . 380

439. The Manners of Courts—The Spy and the Cardinal, . 381

440. Proceedings of the Infirmary for Ill-humoured People,

441. IIappiness of Dependence on the Supreme Being, . 391

445. On the new Stamp-Success of the Spectator, . . 395

446. Degeneracy of the Stage, . . . . . . 399

447. Influence of Custom-Moral deduced from it, . 403

451. On defamatory Publications, .

. 408

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

per, . . . . . . . . . 413

453. On pious Gratitude-Poem on it, . . . . . 417

432

437

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The SPECTATOR (Continued),

457. Proposal for a Newspaper of Whispers, .' . .

458. On true and false Modesty, . . . . . . 424

459. On religious Faith and Practice, . . . . 428

463. Weight of Wisdom and Riches, a Vision,

464. Mediocrity of Fortune to be preferred .

465. Means of strengthening Faith, . . . . . 441

469. On Benevolence in official Situations, .

445

470. Criticism-Specimen of various Readings,

471. On religious Hope, · · · · · · ·

475. On asking Advice in affairs of Love, . . . .

476. On Method in Writing and Conversation-Characters of

Tom Puzzle and Will Dry, . . . . . 459

477. Letter on Gardening, . . . . . . .

481. Opinions on the Dispute between Count Rechtern and

M. Mesnager, · · · · · · 466

482. Letters from Hen-peckt Husbands-from a Woman mar-

ried to a Cotquean, . . . . . . 470

483. On attributing our Neighbours' Misfortunes to Judg.

ments, · · · · · · · · · 472

487. Essay on Dreams, . . . . . . . 477

488. On the Price and Success of the Spectator, . . 482

489. Meditations on the Wonders of the Deep, with a Hymn,

494. On Religious Melancholy, .

. . 489

495. On the Number, Dispersion, and Religion of the Jews, 493

499. Will Honeycomb's Account of the Siege of Hersberg, and

his Dreams, . . . . . . . . 496

500. Defence and Happiness of a Married Life, . . . 501

505. On Conjurors and Revealers of Dreams, . .

507. On party Lies, . .

. . . . 508

511. Will Honeycomb's Proposal of a Fair for Marriage –Sale

of unmarried Women, · · · · · · 512

512. On giving Advice, . . . . . . . 516

613. Meditation on Death, a Hymn, . . . 520

517. Death of Sir Roger de Coverley, . . . . . 525

519. Meditation on animal Life, . . . . . 529

THE SPECTATOR (Continued),

523. Poetry too often mixed with Mythology-Edict on that

Subject, . . . . . . . . . 534

529. Rules of Precedency among Authors and Actors, .

530. Account of the Marriage of Will Honeycomb, . . 542

531. On the Idea of the Supreme Being, . . . , 545

535. On vain Hopes of temporal Objects–Story of Alnaschar, 549

538. On Extravagance in Story-telling—Epitaph in Pancras

Church-yard, . . . . . . . 558

642. Criticisms on the Spectator—Letter on the Decay of the

Club, . . . . . . . . . 563

543. Meditation on the Frame of the Human Body, . . 567

547. Cures performed by the Spectator, . . . . 572

549. On Reluctance to leave the World, . . . 576

550. Proposal for a new Club, . . . . . . 580

556. Account of the Spectator opening his Mouth, · · 583

557. On Conversation-Letter by the Ambassador of Bantam, 587

558. Endeavours of Mankind to get rid of their Burdens, a

Dream, . . . . . . . . . 591

559. The same concluded, . . . . . . . 596

561. Account of the Widow's Club, . . . . . 600

562. On Egotism—Retailers of old Jokes, . . . . 604

565. On the Nature of Man of the Supreme Being, . 608

567. Method of Political Writers affecting Secrecy; Specimen, 613

668. Coffee-house Conversation on the preceding Paper-The

Whole Duty of Man turned into a Libel, . . . 616

569. On Drunkenness, . . . . . . . 619

671. Advantages of seeking the Protection of the Supreme

Being, .

. . . . . . 622

574. Advantages of Content, . . . . . . 627

575. The present Life preparatory to the Happiness of Eter-

nity, . . . . . . . . . 632

576. On Singularity; the Dread and Affectation of it, . 635

579. On Adultery—Dogs which guarded the Temple of Vul.

can, . . . . . .

. 638

580. On the Glories of Heaven, . . . . . 641

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TE SPECTATOR (Continued),
-> 582. On the Itch of Writing, . . . . .

583. Duty of being usefully employed-on Planting,
584. Story of Hilpa, . . . . . . .
585. The same concluded. . . . . .
590. On Eternity, . . . . . . . .
592. Dramatic Improvements—Criticisms, . .
598. On a merry and serious Cast of Temper, ...
600. Various Opinions of Future Happiness,

. 647 . 649

. 653 . 657

. 660 . 666 · 670

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