The Spectator: With Notes and a General Index, Bände 1-2

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J. J. Woodward, 1832 - 895 Seiten

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Memoirs of the private Life of Phara ers 125 Mºleſ of party Spirit mond
76
Absence of MindBruyeres Charac 126 The Subject continuedSir Rogers ter of an absent Man Budgell Principles
77
Claim of Cambridge to the Origin of 127 Letter on the Hooppetticoat the Ugly ClubPetition of Who and 128 Difference of Temper in the Sexes Whi...
78
Letter from a Coquettefrom B D 129 Fashions in DressHow imitated in on formal Devotion the Country
79
Story of Theodosius and Constantia Addison 209 Simonidess Satire on Women Addison
164
Steele
213
Letter from a Coquette to a new mar 291 Criticism on Paradise Lost Addison
254
On Dancing Steele
334
Character of Prince Eugene Steele
340
On true Liberality Steele
346
On early WickednessExtract from
352
History of Will Honeycombs Amours Budgell
359
Pºol Influence of the Month
365
Humorous Way of sorting Companies
371
Hughes
377
Sir Roger de Coverleys Visit to Spring
383
Account of an Atheistical BookOn
389
Dangers of the Month of May escaped Budgell
395
Character of English OratoryUse
407
Imagination
413
On RailleryCharacters of Callis
422
On Prejudice and Emulationa sulky
432
On a passionate Temperthe angry
438
On Quack Advertisements
444
Letter on the Effects of the Love
450
Public Credit a Vision Addison
3
Account of various Clubs
9
Story of CleantheOn happiness
15
Divinity Law and Physic overburdened
21
Resolutions to quit the worldLetter
27
Characters of Lætitia and DaphneArt
33
Steele
44
Remarks on the English by the Italian
50
Vision of Maratom
56
Unknown
60
Difference between True and False
62
456
64
On Friendship
68
History of Phillis and Brunettathe 130 Interview of the Spectator and Sir Ro Remonstrance of That ger with a Gang of Gypsies
80
Female Party Spirit discovered by 131 Opinions entertained of the Spectator Patches Addison in the CountryLetter from Will
81
The Misery of being in Debt Steele Honeycomb
82
Dream of a Picture Gallery Addison 132 Scene in a Stage Coach between
83
Private Life of PharamondStory of Quaker and an Officer Spinnamont 133 On DeathReflections on the Death
84
Fate of WritingsBallad of the Chil of a Friend dren in the Wood ddison 134 Letter from a Splenetic curedLetter
85
On Physiognomy and Petition on the Exercise of
86
On BeautiesLetter from a Beauty Steele Fan Letter on Idols Eusden 135 Blessing of being born an Englishman
87
Manners of ServantsMischief of The English Tongue Addison BoardWages Steele 136 Letter from a Liar Steele
88
LoversDemurrageFolly of Demur 137 Condition of ServantsLetters from rage Addison Ralph Valet and Patience Gidd
89
Punishment of a voluptuous Man after 138 Frivolous DisputantsExercise of the DeathAdventure of M Pontigma Snuffbox
90
Loves of Honoria and Flavia Hughes 139 The Love of GloryCharacter of
91
Books for a Ladys Library Addison ter the Great
92
Proper Methods of employing Time 140 Letters on Love Wit Drinking Gam
93
Subject continuedPursuit of Know Ing ovc ledge Letter from Parthenia Miss Shepherd
94
ComplimentsExtracts on Sincerity Steele ters to them
103
Decency of Behaviour 149 Letter from a Widow with two Lovers Letter on a Female Equestrian Hughes and Answer
104
Will Honeycombs Knowledge of the 150 Inconveniences of PovertyAffecta WorldVarious Kinds of Pedants Addison tion of Slovenliness Budgell
105
Spectators Visit to Sir R de Cover 151 Character of a Man of Wit and Plea leys country Seatthe Knights do sure Steele mestic Establishment 152 Milit...
106
Sir Rogers Conduct to his Servants Steele 153 Folly of Wishing to be Young
107
Character of Will Wimble Addison 154 Letter of Apology for a Man of
108
Sir Rogers Ancestors Steele and Pleasure
109
On Ghosts and Apparitions Addison 155 Impertinent Conversation to Women
110
Immateriality of the Soul in Business
111
A Sunday in the CountrySir Rogers 156 Character of Womens Men Behaviour at Church 157 Improper Method of educating youth
112
His Account of his Disappointment in 158 Letters censuring the SpectatorOn Love Steele Womens MenGoodbreeding
113
On the Shame and Fear of Poverty 159 The Vision of Mirza Addison Characters of Laertes and Irus 160 On great and natural Geniuses
114
Labour and Exercise Addison 161 Letter and Reflections on rustic Amuse
115
A hunting Scene with Sir Roger Budgell ments Budgell
116
On WitchcraftStory of Moll White Addison 162 On Inconstancy and Irresolution Addison
117
Sir Rogers Reflections on the Widow 163 Disappointmént in LoveLetter from Love Scene Steele Leonora Miss Shepherd
118
Rural MannersPoliteness Addison Consolation Addison
119
Mediocrity of Fortune to be preferred
141
mary
163
Introduction of French Phrases in the 210 Immortality of the Soul Hughes
165
Vanity of Lewis XIVths Conquests 226 On Raphaels Cartoons Steele
180
On Infidelity 232 Sir Andrew Freeports Opinion of Beg
186
Parental Fondness and Expectations per Behaviour at Church Steele
192
Character of the SalamandersStory StageCoachStory of a Lottery
198
Letters from Belinda to the Sothades 247 Different Classes of Female Orators Addison
204
Steele
206
Beauties of the jºiniude
228
Letter on Henpeckt Keepers
243
On giving false Characters of Servants
250
Letter on young Templars turning
256
Letters from an old Bachelorfrom the Windowsoliciting Advice
260
Ralph Wonders Account of the Phan
263
Miseries of ProstitutionArts of Pro 303 Criticism on Paradise Lost Addison
266
On abuses at the Royal Exchange
271
Letters from Cleanthes on a mischief 310 Letters from various Loverson Tale
272
On Giving Advice
275
Letters from a Shopkeeper on his Wifes Qualification of a PoetEncoring
278
Affectation of Negligenceof Busi 320 Court of Inquisition on Maids and
284
Tragedy of the Distressed Mother 328 Letter from a husband likely to
290
Letter on a Jealous Husband
298
Hughes
304
Meditation on the Frame of the Human
311
Letter from the Emperor of China
322
his retiring ison
337
Letters on military Life by various
347
On Quacks Pearce
359
On the Glories of Heaven
365
On the Itch of Writing Addison
373
Budgell
392
On a Desire of knowing future Events Unknown
403
On the Pride of Genealogy
409
Account of the Custom of Enborne
420
Unknown
449

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