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397. On Compassion-Ann Boleyn's Letter.... ....ADDISON.

398. Amours of Cynthia and Flavia.............

399. Hypocrisy, various Kinds of it.

400. Arts of Courtship-Caution to the Fair Sex..... STEELE.
401. Correspondence between Amoret, a Jilt, and Phi-
lander.

..ADDISON.

BUDGELL

402. Letters from Sylvia, complaining of an unnatural
Mother-From a Married Man in Love with his
Ward-Concerning a profligate Lover-Unduti-
fulness of Nephews.....

STEELE.

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

404. On the Misapplication of Nature's Gifts.......UNKNOWN.
405. On the Improvement of Sacred Music......
.......ADDISON.

406. Letters on the Joys and Satisfactions of Private
Life-Translation of a Lapland Song...... STEELE.

407. Character of English Oratory-Use of Proper
Gestures....

STEELE

...ADDISON.

..ADDISON.

410. Adventures of Sir Roger de Coverley with a Wo-
man of the Town-Translation of a Chapter in
Canticles: STEELE, and probably....

408. On the Study of Human Nature-The Passions UNKNOWN.

409. Characteristics of Taste.......

..ADDISON.

...TICKELL.

423. Advice to Gloriana respecting the studied Ad-
dresses of Strephon and Damon....

424. On Good-Humour-The Country Infirmary...............

411-421. Essays on the Pleasures of the Imagination..ADDISON.
422. On Raillery-Characters of Callisthenes, Acetuf,
and Minutius...

STEELE.

NO.

425. Beauties of the Evening-Vicissitudes of Night
and Day, a Drama.........

426. Story of Basilius Valentine and his Son...

427. The Love of Defamation.

. UNKNOWN.

........

480. Increase of Beggars-Impostors-Improper Free-
doms of Married People......

432. On Prejudice and Emulation-A sulky Wife-
April-day Jest..

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

434. History of a Female Republic........

435. Female Dress-Mixture of the Sexes in one Per-
son-Female Equestrians....

436. A Visit to the Bear Gardens...

437. Character of Sempronia, a Matchmaker-Letter
on naked Shoulders...

.ADDISON.

438. On a passionate Temper-The angry Bookseller
and calm Customer....

439. The Manners of Courts-The Spy and the Cardi-
nal........

......ADDISON.

STEELE.

NO.

443. Letters from an English Singer at Venice-Ad-
vice to the Trading World-On Rudeness....

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 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..

450. Letter on the Effects of the Love of Money......
451. On Defamatory Publications....

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.......
456. Miseries of Debt and Bankruptcy-Letter from a
Bankrupt, and Answer....

STEELE.

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

458. On True and False Modesty....

459. On Religious Faith and Practice..

460. Paradise of Fools, a Vision: PARNELL-Letter on
Bowing and Courtesying at Church.

.........

461. Version of the CXIVth Psalm: WATTS- -Compli-
mentary Letter to the Spectator.

ADDISON.

STEELE.

STEELE.

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