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No.
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. 16. Letters on Idleness-From a Lover. Unknown. 717. 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 Ingratitude of her Husband

Steele. 323. Clarinda's Journal of a week Addison. 324. Account of the Mohóck 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

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No.
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. -329. 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 339. Criticism on Paradise Lost 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 Monkey

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

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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

Budgell. 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 ClerksmLawyers' Club

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No. 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

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