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CONTENTS.

VOL. XII.

No.

381. CHEERFULNESS preferable to Virth Addison
382. On the frank Acknopyledgement of

Faults ... .............. .. STEELE
383. Sir Roger de Coverley: Visit to Spring

Gardens ..........................O ADDISON
384. The Bishop of St. Asaph’s Prefáce to Fris"

Sermons ............................ FLEETWOOD
385. Essay on Friendship ........................ BUDGELL
386. On an obsequious Behaviour-Charac-

ter of Acasto-Art of being Agree-

able in Company......................... STEELE
387. Motives to Cheerfulness .................. ADDISON
388. Poetical Version of Solomon's Song,

Chapter Second ............ ...... STEELE
389. Account of an atheistical Book-on

Atheists in general ........................ BUDGELL
390. On the proper Method of repelling Ca-

lumny ...........
391. Heathen Fables on Prayers-Vanity of

human Wishes........................
392. Transformation of Fidelia into a Look-

ing-glass ........

• STEELE

ADDISON

..... STEELE

аз

No.
393. Reflexions on the Delights of Spring... ADDISON
394. On the little Arts of making Interest

with Men in Power ..................... STEELE
395. Dangers of the Month of May escaped BUDGELL
396. Letter on Punning............... ORATOR HENLEY
397. On Compassion-Ann Boleyn's Letter ADDISON
398. Amours of Cynthia and Flavia ......... STEELE
399. Hypocrisy, various kinds of it ......... ADDISON
400. Arts of Courtship-Caution to the Fair
Sex.cop.........

............. STEELE
401. Correspondente between Amoret a Jilt,

and Philander...................... BUDGELL
402. Letters from Sylvia, complaining of an

unnatural, Mother from a' married
Man in Love with his Ward-con-
cerning a profligate Lover-Undu-

tifulness of Nephews..................... STEELE
403. Speculations of Coffee-house Politicians

on the Death of the King of France ADDISON
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 Lap-

land Song.............. .......... STEELE
407. Character of English Oratory–Use of

proper Gestures ............................ ADDISON
408. On the Study of human Nature—the
Passions.................

.......... UNKNOWN
409. Characteristics of Taste......... ...... ADDISON
410. Adventures of Sir Roger de Coverley

with a Woman of the Town-- Trans-

lation of a Chapter in Canticles ...... STEELE

and probably ..........

........ TICKELL

411-421. Essays on the Pleasures of the

Imagination ................................ ADDISON

422. On Raillery — Characters of Calli-

thenes, Acetus, and Minutius ......... STEELE

423. Advice to Gloriana respecting the

studied Addresses of Strephon and

Damon ............

424. On good Humour—the Country In-

firmary .................

425. Beauties of the Evening—Vicissitudes

of Night and Day, a Drama ......... UNKNOWN

426. Story of Basilius Valentine and his Son STEELE

427. The Love of Defamation..................

428. Various Subjects proposed for Specula-

tion ..........................................

429. Infirmary for ill-humoured People-

Memorials presented............ .....
430. Increase of Beggars—Impostors-im-

proper Freedoms of married People
431. Negligence of Parents — Letters of

Richard and Sabina Rentfree.
432. On Prejudice and Emulation—a sulky

Wife-April-day Jest........... .........
433. Advantages of the Sexes associating-

History of a male Republic ............ ADDISON
434. History of a female Republic ............
435. Female Dress-Mixture of the Sexes in

one Person--female Equestrians ...... -
436. A Visit to the Bear Garden ............... STEELE

No.

437. Character of Sempronia, a Watch-

maker-Letter on naked Shoulders steele
438. On a passionate Temper--the angry

Bookseller and calm Customer. ........
439. The Manners of Courts—the Spy and
the Cardinal .............

ADDISON
440. Proceedings of the Infirmary for ill-

humoured People ...........
441. Happiness of Dependance on the Su-

preme Being .........
442. The Author's Address to his Corre-

spondents Thesis proposed ......... STEELE
443. Letters from an English Singer at

Venice — Advice to the trading

World--on kudeness.......................
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

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 Gladiators ............
450. Letter on the Effects of the Love of

Money ...........
451. On defamatory Publications ............ ADDISON
452. On News-writers and Readers—Speci-

men of a Newspaper...

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