The British Essayists: Spectator

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C. and J. Rivington, 1823
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Instinct in Animals
The Subject continuedWisdom of Providence
A Visit with Sir Roger to the County Assizes
Education of Country SquiresStory of Eudoxus and Leontine
Use and Difficulties of Periodical Papers
Mischiefs of Party Spirit
The Subject continuedSir Rogers Principles
Letter on the Hooppetticoat
Difference of Temper in the Sexes Female Le vity
Fashions in Dresshow imitated in the Country
Interview of the Spectator and Sir Roger with a Gang of Gipsies
Opinions entertained of the Spectator in the Coun tryLetter from Will Honeycomb
Scene in a Stage Coach between a Quaker and an Officer STEELE
On DeathReflections on the Death of a Friend
Letter from a Splenetic curedLetter and Peti tion on the Exercise of the
Blessing of being born an Englishmanthe Eng lish Tongue ADDISON
Letter from a Liar STEELE
Condition of ServantsLetters from Ralph Valet and Patience Giddy
Frivolous DisputantsExercise of the Snuffbox
The Love of GloryCharacter of Peter the Great
Improprieties on the Stage STEELE
Complaints of Sicknessa Cheerful Temper
Female BeautyCharacters of various Beauties STEELE
Letters on Wagerers Whistlers rude old Bachelor Male Dress
Passages from Cicero and Burnet
On reading the Churchservice
Exercise of the
ComplimentsExtracts on Sincerity STEELE 104 Decency of Behaviour Letter on a Female Equestrian HUGHES
His Conduct to his Servants STEELE 108 Character of Will Wimble ADDISON 109 Sir Rogers Ancestors STEELE 110 On Ghosts and Apparitions ...
Lancashire Witches HUGHES

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