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311. LETTER on Fortune-stealers

Hughes. Remarks on them-on Widows . . Addison. 312. On Sorrow-Power of bearing Calamities Letter on the Prayers of Clergymen before Sermon

Steele. 313. Comparative Advantages of public and private

Education . . . . . . . Budgell. 314. Letters from a Lover, and answer—from John

Trott on his Courtship-Qualification of a Poet-
Encoring in the Theatres--Female Education

Steele. 315. Criticism on Paradise Lost . . . Addison. 316. Letters on Idleness-From a Lover. Unknown. 17. On waste of time--Journal of a Citizen

Addison. 318. Amours of Escalus, an old Beau · Steele. 319. Letters from Dorinda, complaining of the Spectator's Partiality_From a Man of Fashion

Budgell. 320, Court of Inquisition on Maids and Bachelors

-Letter from an Idler . . . . . Steele. 21. Criticism on Paradise Lost . . · Addison. 22. Letter from Octavia, complaining of the Ingra

titude of her Husband · · · · · Steele. 323. Clarinda's Journal of a week . . Addison. 324. Account of the Mohock Club-Letter from a

Countryman to his Mistress . . . Steele. 325. On Looking-glasses-Passage from Milton

Budgell. 326. Letter on Fortune-hunters—Hints to a Lover

-Causes of longing in Women . . Steele.

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327. Criticism on Paradise Lost,. . Addison. 328. Letter from a Husband likely to be ruined by

his Wife's Accomplishments . . . Addison. 328.*Correspondence of Gabriel Bullock and Mrs.

M. Clark . . . . . . . Steele. 5329. Visit with Sir Roger de Coverley to Westminster-Abbey . . . . .

. Addison. 330. Letters on the Education of Youth Steele. 331. Dissertation on Beards . ... Budgell. 332. Account of the Sweaters-Letter from three

thrifty Ladies . . . . . . . Steele. 333. Criticism on Paradise Lost . . Addison. 334. On Dancing . . . . . . Steele.

Letter on the same Subject . . . Weaver. 335. Sir Roger de Coverley at the Theatre Addison.. 336. On the unaccommodating Disposition of old

men-Impertinence of shopping . Steele. 337, Letter on Education . . . . Budgell. 338. Letter complaining of a merry Prologue to a

deep Tragedy . . . . . . . Steele. 339. Criticism on Paradise Lost . . . Addison. 340. Character of Prince Eugene . . Steele. 341. Letter in Defence of merry Epilogues. Budgell. 342. Story of Hortensius and Sylvana : Steele. 343. Transmigration of Souls-Letter from a Mon

key . . . . . . . . . Addison. 344. Epicure Mammon's. Letter on Eating—on

Women taking Snuff . . . . . Steele. 345. Criticism on Paradise Lost . . .. Addison. 346. On true Liberality . . . . . . Steele. 347. Of the Mohocks-Manifesto of the Emperor

Budgell. 48. Letter on Detraction . . . .. Steele. . 349. Consolation and Intrepidity in Death Addison. 350. Cruelty of a French Captain--Reflections on

Courage without Humanity ... Steele.

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No. 351. Criticism on Paradise Lost . Addison. 352. On early Wickedness-Extract from Tillotson's

Lermons . . . . . . . . Steele. 353. Letter on Education . . . . Budgell. 354. Character of a Devotee-Impudent Behaviour

of People in the Streets . . . . Steele. 355. Use to be made of Enemies. · Addison. 356. Contemplation of the Character of our Saviour

Steele. 357. Criticism on Paradise Lost . . . . Addison. 358, Proper Ingredients of Festivity and Mirth

Steele. 359. History of Will Honeycomb's Amours Budgell 360. On Propriety in genteel Dress

Steele. 361. Letter on Cat-calls-History of them. Addison. 362. Letters in Commendation of Brook and Hellier's

Wine—from a Scholar in Love . . Steele. 363. Criticism on Paradise Lost . Addison. 364. Letter on Travelling . Earl of Hardwicke. From a new-married couple-From a Prude

Steele. 365. Dangerous Influence of the Month of May

Budgeli. 366. Inconsistencies in Love-Thoughts Transla

tion of a Lapland Love-song-Ona Chambermaid's Perquisites . . . .

. Steele. 367. Various Advantages of the Spectators-Paper

-Printing . . . . . . Addison. 368. Account of the Death of Madame de Villacerfe

Steele. 369. Criticism on Paradise Lost . Addison. 370. On the Stage-Dancing recommended Steele. 371. Humorous Way of sorting Companies-for

Mirth—for Useful Purposes. . . Addison. 372. Letters in Commendation of Powell, the Puppet

showman-Club of the Parish Clerks-Lawyers' Club . . . . . . . . . Steele.

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373. On Modesty and Assurance . Budgell. 374. On the Proper Use of Time, Fragments from

Cæsar . . . . . . . . Steele. 375. History of Amanda . . . . Hughes. 376. Letters, on a Partnership between a Goose and a Watchman; from a Schoolmistress on Dancing

Steele. 377. Bill of Mortality of Lovers . . . Addison. 378. The Messiah, a sacred Eclogue . Pope. 379. Duty of communicating knowledge-Objections

answered-Rosicrucius's Sepulchre Budgell. 380. Letters, requesting Advice in a Case of Love

On Improper Behaviour at Church-Coquetish Milk-maid-Virtue of an Orange Girl-St. Bride's Charity-School . . . . . . Steele.

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