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Historical and Biographical Preface. 94. Character of a : Pretty Fellow—A Toast. Addison. ,
Original Dedications. Continental Intelligence—Lines to the French
6) introduction—Character of an absent Lover King:::.............................. ........ Steele.
—Betterton's Benefit—Continental Intelli- 25. On Duelling—Advice generally unwelcome-
gence—Death of Mr. Partridge.............Steele. Continental Intelligence.................... ——
a. The Medicine .......... ----------------- ....: Harrison. 26. Letter. from a Pretty Fellow—from Louis
Continental Intelligence—Raillery on the XIV.-Duelling............................. —
state of France............................... Steele. || 27. Character of a Rake—a Coquette—Verses on

3. Play-house, a Poem, by Blackmore–Tapes- a Parrot-Letter from Jeffry Nicknack-

try—Continental intelligence-Benefit of Continental Intelligence.................... —

Bickerstaff..................................: - || 28. 9n Duelling-Continental Intelligence ...... —-

4. Plan of the Work—Characters of Chloe and 29. Letter from Tim. Switch on Duelling—Cri-

_> ‘....}}}#}...": Com tics and Wits—Continental Intelligence... –
y–Continental Intelligence—Island of 30. Character of the Author's three Nephews—
w elicia ....................................... -- Style of Love-letters........ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . -
s. Fallen State of Love—Cynthia, the absent 31. Dues ing-Letter to the Author on his bein
Lover-Proiect for the Advancement of little known in the Country—Continent.
* #.o.o.o. Intelligence—Story Intelligence ....:::::......................... ——
of Unnion and Valentine—Character of the 32. Platonic Ladies—Madonella.................. Surist.
- Duke of Marlborough ...................... - Qn Punning.................................... Steele.
s. Visit from Sappho-Criticism on Homer and 33. Mrs. Jenny Distaff on the Treatment of the
Virgil–Journal of the Iliad-Continental Fair Sex—Attempts to seduce her—Conti-
intelligence—Characters of Alexander and nental Intelligence.......................... -
Caesar....... -- || 34. Cures performed by the Author—Saltero's

7. The Author's Will—Raillery on Marriage-

Characters of a Caquette and a Coxcomb

–Epsom Wells, a Comedy-Continental

Intelligence....................:--------------

s. Reformation ef the 8tage—Continental Intel-
ligence—A Dream of the State of England –
3. Congreve's Old Batchelor -------------------- --
Description of the Morning....... ----------- Swift.
Character of Timon—Pastorella converted
from o-o. Intelligenee Steele.

ro. Empire of uty-Centinental lntelligence
1. A Similitude-On Death—Modern Prephets Steele.
Genealogy of the Staffs ................... .....Turisden.
Continental Intelligence.. ---------------- Steele.
is. Corruption of Manners and Language—Bite
A Winter Piece......... ---------------------- Phillips.
Verses by ------------ .......................... Dryden.

| 13 Adventures ef the Tatler's Guardian Angel,

Pacelet-Continental Intelligence ...... Steele.

14, Character of Verus—Earl of Essex and Al-

chymist—Dumb Fortune-teller and Wi-

Coffee-house ................................

Snuff-taking—Cynthia's Courtship—Hamlet’s
Direction to the Players......

Fainily of X’s : (probably) .................... Surist.

Continental Intelligence .... - Steele.

Mrs. Jenny Distaff—Characters at. Epsom—w

Of Africanus - - - - - - - ... ----------........ Addison.

Continental Intelligence ............
On the Fox-hunter's Speech—Caesar to his
Party at the Ruthcon........................ Addison...
On Duelling—Whisperers without Business
—Characters ............ ............ Addison.
Continental Intelligence.............. Steele.
Oxford and its Almanack—Dialogue on Duels
Cure of Lunaticks—On Love and Marriage..
Exercise at Arms—Character of a Questioner
-The Author accused of Personalities.....

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42. Lines on Bribery...... ------------------------- -
Character of Aspasia........ ..... ........... Congrete.
Inventory of the Play-house .................. Addison.”
D'Ursey's Dedication ......................... Steele.
New System of Philosoploy.............. ..... Addison. .
On the Sublime............... ----------------- Steele. . .
Esculapius in Love with Hebe–Sale of the
Play-house Articles—Humourous Com-
plaint of Punch—The Country Gentleman
who cannot bear a Jest—Continental In-
telligence ......... ..........................
Story of Teraminta—Puppet-shows—Scene
ef bodily Wit—Characters of Florio and
Senecio -------- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ----
Character and Gallantries of Aurengezebe–
Lines on the March to Tournay without
beat of Drum—Continental Intelligence ..

Continental Intelligence... ................... Steele.
ar. Characters of a Gentleman and a Pretty Fel-
low—The Fox-Dramatic Writers of the
last and present Age–Letter on Mr. Bick-
erstaff’s Prophecy of his Death—Witch-
craft—Continental Intelligence ............
'o. Cynthia in Love—Lindamira's Lovers—Cave

. Underhill—Young Lady in Love with a

13. Cure for Fits in Married Ladies-Letter to

the French King—Continental lntclligence

47. Character of Sir Taffety Trippet—Cure for . .

* the Spleen—Passions expressed by Shak- &
speare.. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ---

48. Shades of Conscience and Honour—Genius

of Credit ..................................... --- |

49. Love and Lust—Florio and Limberliam— |

Nocturmus .................................. - ---

50. History of Orlando the Fair—I’owell's Pup-

pet-show - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

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31. History of Orlando, Chap. Q—Pantomime 83. Remarks on the Table of Fame—Maria de.

Tricks—Powell’s Puppet-show ............. Steele. clares a Passion for the Author—His An-

52. Use of Delamira's Fan–On Modesty—Cha- swer—Advantage of being able to say, No-

racters of Nestor and Warillus—The mo- - Continental Intelligence ................... Stee.e.

- ) dest Man and the modest Fellow........... — XCensure of Ladies who attend Trials for

- **3, The civil Husband—Dramatic Criticism— ) Rapes—Case of Lucretia–Egotism of the

-* Continental Intelligence................... ... - T_French Writers—On giving Advice, a Fable —

54. The Government of Affection—The Wife and 85.) Matrimonial Quarrel and Reconciliation—

the Mistress—Complaint against Stentor- Character of the Dappers-Death of Cyn-

Death of Lisander and Coriana ............ — thio .......................... ---------------

55. Story of a Cure performed on a blind young 86. Scene of Country Etiquette......... ......... Addison. *

Man—Continental Intelligence............ — On Modesty ........... --------------- ........ Steele.

56. On Sharpers—Instances of Longevity in 87. Humorous Criticism on Serjeant Hall's

France—Notices to Correspondents ....... — Letter—Glory shared among an Army....

57. Emilia, a Woman too humble—Sharping Ex- 88. Of Story-tellers under the Names of Gunners

tortioners—Satire on the French, applied and Gunsters ............................... —

to the English—New Coxcomb............. — z-e A Dancing-master practising by Book ..... Addison. V

ss. Continence of Scipio-Grammatical Pedantry Koło to the Author—His History of his
—Continental Intelligence.................. ––– * Life—Evil of unreasonable Visits—Players

59. On Sharpers—Raffling Shops—Character of cy, saying more than is set down to them.... Steele. *

Actacon—Author accused of writing Non- 9Unity of Sentinent in treating the Passion

sense . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . -- of Love—Its allegorical History.......... Addison. <

Family of Green hats .......................... Strift. ^ On a Scene in Richard II 1.................. Steele.
Continental Intelligence...................... Steele. 91; Maria's Visit—A Case of Love and Envy—
4-co. A Rake reclaimed by his Father's Liberality— Impertinence of Nic Doubt—Play-house
Women to be gained by Nonsense—Mars * , –Scene of a true and feigned Poet ......... —
Triuin phant—Advertisement............... – { On Praise with Exceptions—Libellers—Re-

61. Men of Fire described—Use of Satire—Dis- \o commendation of Charles Lillie............ –

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tinction between Goldsmiths and Copper-

smiths—Stentor—Education and Beauty of o

... Swift.

Causes of Tears—Notice of a Sharper—Of a
Book......................... - ... Steele.
On acting our parts in Life well–Promotion
of Eboracensis–Letter from two Ladies in-
clined to marry the same Man—Bravery
of the Allies—Various Notices..............
Eloquence of the Pulpit............. Swift and Steele.
List of Sharpers................................ Steele.
Danger of Satirical Writings..................
Irregular conduct of a Clergyman............ Swift.
Betterton's Hamlet—Reformation of Man-
ners at Oxford............................... Steele.

Story of Paetas and Arria—Want of Earnest-

néss in the Pulpit—Favonius–Decision of

a Wager...........

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- \, thor's Precautions against Assaults....... Addison. ,

Story of Clarinda and Chloe—Recommend-
ation of Mr. Lillic—Notices of an Alman-
Scene of Domestic Felicity..........

Steele.

Every worthless Man a dead Man-Peru.
liarities of Dress—Game killed by the
French King—Charles Lillie....... - - - - - - - Addison. .
Hercules courted by Pleasure and Virtue,
sia.

an Allegory ..................................
Letter from a Woman in Love—Impressive
Tendency of Poetry...............:

Advantages from having but one Theatre—

Attack and o of Divito—Remon-

strance of the Upholders....................

Goddess of Justice distributing Rewards... Addison.
Danger of Authors from Pirates.............
Notices........................................ Steele.
Continuance of the Vision of the Goddess of
Justice...... ............ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Addison.
Asoon. for Permission to use Canes,
c.............................. Addison and Steele.
Happiness, how secured in the married State Steele.
History of Will Rosin–Art of Knocking....
Catalogue of Poetical Stock—Criticism on a . .
Passage in Hamlet—Surrender of Mr. Jef- or
fery Grogram......................... . . . . . . . -
Case of a lover tormented by a Coquette... —
Degradation of the Stage—Dignity of Human .
Nature—Errors of the French Writers... Addison.
Fashionable Visiting—Notice from the Up-
holders.......... .............. ............. Steele.
Court of Judicature of the Dead in Reason
.................................. Addison and Steele.
On the Prevalence of Irreligious Principles
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ............ Addison and Steele.

Amusements and Relaxations of great Men

—Missortune of Idleness................... Steele.

Inventory of a Beau........................ Hughes.

Petition of William Jingle, Coach-maker—

Notice to the Dead ......................... Steele.

Death-bed Scene................. Addison and Steele.
Squire Nicolini–Taste for Puppet-Shows—
. Death and Character of Sir Hannibal–
Fable ........................................ Steele.

Court of Judicature on the Petticoat....... Addison.

On the Pleasure derived from the Deliver-

ance of the Good from Danger—The Au-

thor's Dream................................ -

Irregular Conduct of the Dead—Letters from
Partridge, &c.—Petition of Penelope Prim Steele.
Discoveries of the Microscope—A Dream. Addison.
Vision of the Three Roads of Human Life—
Dogget's Benefit.............................
Consultation on the Sickness of a Lady's
Lap-Dog–Fondness for Animals...........
The Author’s Appearance at Dogget's Bene-
fit—Virtuous feelings of an Athenian Au-
dience.... ----------

Continuation of the Vision of the Three

Roads of Life.................

On Expectations from the Lottery......

Proposals for a Receptacle for Persons out of

their Wits

. Letter from Monoculus, and Answer.

. Letter from a

. Errors of Good-nature—Complaint of Love-

111.

Account of a Club of Gamesters ............. Hughes.
Election for ?...ho. Ward.............. Steele.
ver—Letter on the Tendency
of satirical Characters—Table of Fame--
Continental Intelligence.................... -

Miss Jenny's Marriage—Choice of Matches

in the Bickerstaff family...... Addison and Steele. -

112.

113.

114,

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well Barebones.. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Defence of the Tatler.......................... Hughes. I 116.

Continental Intelligence—Notice to a young 117.

Gentleman................................... Steele.

f7 Affectation of Faults and Imperfections— I
Original Letter from Marshal Boufflers– 1 18.

-- Bath Physicians............................. —

78. Letters soliciting Places at the Table of Fame 119.

—Character of Hippocrates-Advertise- 120,

ment and Notice to Correspondents........ w

w 70. Advice to married Persons—Mrs. Jenny's 121.

Wedding-dinner—Notice of a Pamphlet... —

80. Exorbitant Price of Books—Letters from a 122.

splenetic Gentleman—From a Limper-

Continental Intelligence.................... |

..... Addison.”

Vision of the Table of Fame... .......... 123.

Taking of Mons............................... Steele.

2. Storv of the Cornish Lovers—Of a Lover who 124.

kills his Mistress. ----------- - - - - - - - - - - 125.

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134. Transmigration of Souls—Petition of Job

Chanticleer—Cruelty to Animals.........

135. Distinction between Ancient and Modern

Free-thinkers—The latter how to be treat-

ed—Anecdote of a French Officer........

136. History of Tom Warnish—Petitioners for the

~ * Fardingal...................................
- (Gr. Various abuses of Speech—Swearing—De-
-* parture ef the Duke of Marlborough, &c.

138. Deference to the Opinion of the World

—Gyges’ Ring—Actions of Public Spirits

—Whetters................. ..............

Women more improveable than Men—On
Courtship—The Author's Discoveries by
the use of his Ring........................
Letters on a charitable Provision for poor
Boys—Cicero's Defence of Archias—Use
of the Term, Madam — Indecorums at
Church—From an Inquisitive Lady......

141. Education of Girls — Whetters — Noisy

Neighbours—Letter from a Valentine-

Petition of the Inhabitants of Gotham..

142. Political Anxiety—Recommendation of

, Charles the Toyman........................

“of Sister Jenny appears in her own Chariot–
The Author's Letter to her Husband–
. Provision for Pastorals—Public Impostors
Joshua Barnes..............................

144. Prevalence of Extravagance and Show—

Change of Manners in Scotland..........

145. Complaint o: the Oghers—Angel at the

Royal Exchange............................

'46. Various Cases of Complainers—Dream of Ju-
piter and the Testinies...............

147. Juno's method to regain Jupiter's Affec

Trial of Wine............................

14s. On the Diet of the Metropolis—Pernicious
Dishes—False Delicacies...............

149. Ill-natured Husbands—Three Letters of

Pliny to his Wife—Passage from Milton.

150. Matrimonial Quarrels—Characters of an Af.

fectionate Couple..........................

151. Effects of a general Mourning—Passion for

gay and showy Dress........

139.

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| the Indian Kings—Imperunence of Mi-

nuncio... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

179. Mischiefs arising from Passion—Story of
Mr. Eustace................................

173. Errors in Education—Character of Horace.

17+r-Various species of mad persons—Lady Fid-
get and Will Voluble........................

175. On the Life of People of Condition.........

176. On Heroism in Sufferings—Eucrates, the

good-natured Man—Characters of Mar.

tius and Arista:us—Letter from an Idle

Man and his Daughter.............

177. On Dedications...............................

178. On Don Quixote—The Upholsterer at the

Coffee-house.................. .............

179. Letter on the Construction of a Green-house.

180. Injustice of not paying Tradesmen—Of Show

and Extravagance..........................

181. On the Death of Friends—Of the Author's

- Father—Sale of Wine................ ------
K132. Pleasures of the Theatre—Characters of
- Wilks and Cibber..........................

168. Decay of Public Spirit—Character of Regulus

184. On Marriage, and the customary Ceremo-

nies—Impertinence of Wags...... -----

/185. Cruelty of Parents thwarting the Inclina-

tions of their Children in icos.; of

Antiochus and Stratonice..................

186. Characteristics of Vanity, Pride, and Ambi-

tion—Correspondents’ Neglect of Postage

187. Pasquin of Rome, his Letters to the Author

—Coffee-house Conversation..............

| Letter on a Green-house—From Rustic—
Character of Desdemona—Of Bullock and
Penkethman................................

189. An example of judicious Education—Cha-

racter of Sam Bickerstaff and his Family.

190. Party writing—Answer to Pasquin's Letter—

- A {. Case–Letter to the king of France.

191. Mischief of making Vice commendable—

* Character of Polypragmon—Lee's Alex-

ander........................................

Characters in a Stage-coach—Anecdote of
two Ladies and their Husbands, Passen-
- gers in a Packet-boat.................

193, The Author’s Politics—Affairs of the Stage

| —Letter from Downes the Prompter...

194. Passage from Spensert opo"...

195. Letter on the Åos folio orders to

Quacks—Letter to Amanda.............. --

. On the Behaviour of Patrons to their Depen-
dents........................................
Account of . Epistolae obseurorum virorum
—Passion for being thought a Scholar ...
Historv of Caelia..............................
. Remarks on the same—On Marriage Settle-
ments—Specimen of a Contract...........
Letter from a Lady in Doubt between two
Lovers—Plan for raising the Fortunes of
Ten young Ladies..........................
Faults of the Women attributable to the
Men—Letters from Lovers–Benefit Plays
—Advertisement from the Trumpet......
On unreasonable Expectations—On Heroic
Actions in private Lisc—Lottery...........
208. Account of the Drawing of the Lottery-
- Letter from the Owner of a Green-house.

3o4. ho manner of Address—Character of

*--> om Courtly................

905. On Drunkenness........................... ---

206. On Esteem—Character of Jack Gainly, and

his Sister Gatty—Of Flavia and Lucia.....

907. Conduct of the Author's three Nephews to
a Female Visitor—Character of a Gentle-
man—Letter from a Lottery Adventurer..

208. On injudicious civil People—Character of

the most agreeable Companion.......:...:.

:09. Scene between Alexander the Great and his

S- Physician proposed to a Historical Painter

210. Visit to a Censorious Lady of Quality—Let-

ter from an old maid–Continental Intel-

ligence....................:.....

211. Uses of Sunday—On Devotion ..............

212. On Simplicity of Ornament—Letters on an

Ass in the Lion's Skin—From a Virgin, &c.

213. On Dissimulation and Simulation-Tom

Trueman, a Hero in Domestic Life.......

214. On the Rigid and the Supple—Account of a

political Barometer....................:...

215. Account of a Flatterer—And a common Jes-

ter—Case of a Widow — Petition of the .

Linen Drapers....................... . . . . . . .

216 Taste of the Virtuosi–Legacy of a Virtuoso

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