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1790.
1790.

The Speculator
The Bee
The Grumbler .......
The Country Spectator
The Indian Observer
The Ranger
The Cabinet
The Sylph
The Reaper
The Philanthrope

1791.
1792.
1793.
1794.
1794.
1795.
1796.
1797.

From these works, many of which possess considerable merit, though not more than two or three of them have been reprinted, I trust that the selection has been such, as to render this portion of The GLEANER peculiarly interesting and instructive.

Hadleigh, Suffolk, Jan. 1811.

No.

PAGE.

the Adventurer. The falsehood of a

maxim very generally received

82

CXI. Critique on the" Heroic poem of the

Knave of Hearts

99

CXII. Conclusion of the critique

110

CXIII. On Language--the causes which contri-

bute to the improvement or alteration of

it. The progress of the English language 120

CXIV. History of Frederic

131

CXV. Letter from an Etonian, containing a vin-

dication and character of Addison's

style

144

CXVI. On conversation directions for the proper

use of it

153

CXVII. On visiting

161

CXVIII. On visiting, concluded

167

CXIX. The vicar's tale

174

CXX. The vicar's tale continued

181

CXXI. The vicar's tale concluded

188

CXXII. On temperance of diet. Parable against

persecution. Poem ..

196

CXXIII. On the character of Dr. Johnson

204

CXXIV. On mixed and consistent characters in

tragedy

212

CXXV. On the advantages arising to society from

the multiplication of newspapers

220

CXXVI. The same concluded

228

CXXVII. Omai's description of British manners and

customs

237.

CXXVIII. Good effects of an attachment to family,

exemplified in the history of Agrestis 250

CXXIX. The history of Agrestis concluded

258

CXXX. On the abuse of words...

271

CXXXI. Observations on the proclamation for the

encouragement of piety and virtue, and

for preventing and punishing of 'vice,

profaneness, and immorality.

282

CXXXII. Letter from Duke Humphrey

293

CXXXIII. Vindication of Sunday schools

303

CXXXIV. On satyrical writers

312

CXXXV. The distresses of a modest man

322

CXXXVI. On epitaphs

332

CXXXVII. Happiness consists in the pursuit-Fish-

ing and shooting

342

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