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No.

No.
Character of Women's Men
156 Cures performed by the Spectator

547
Characteristics of Taste

409 Custom of telling Stories of Ghosis to Children 12
Characters of Callisthenes, Acetus, and Minutius 422
of Erastus, Lætitia, Tawdry, and D. to his Coquette Mistress

204
Flavilla
506 Dancing

67, 296
of Harry Jersett and Varilas 100

recommended

370
of Laertes and Irus

!14 Dangerous Influence of the Month of May 365
of Lætitia and Daphne
33 | Dangers of Dancing

67
of Sir Fopling Flutter, Dorimant

of the Month of May escaped

395
and Harriet
65 Dapperwit's Question .

534
of Tom Puzzle and Will Dry 476 Death and Character of Dick Estcourt 468
of various Beauties
144 of Sir Roger de Coverley,

517
of Vocifer and Ignotus
75 Decency of Bebaviour

104
Charity-schools.

294 Decorating Churches with Evergreens 282
Cheerfuluess preferable to Mirth

381 | Defence and Happiness of a Married Life 500
Childisb Impertinence ,

45

of the Spectator's Censure of Public
Church Music recommended

630
Vices

286
Cibber's Heroic Daughter
546 Degeneracy of the Stage

446
Claim of Cambridge to the Origin of the Ugly

Demurrage.

89.
Club
78 Depraved Taste on the Theatre

208
Clarinda's Journal of a Week
323 Description of Male Jilts

288
Club of Lovers established at Oxford

30
of a Tavern Tyrant

508
of the Parish Clerks
372 | Devotion

201
of She-romps
217 Difference between True and Faise Wit

62
Coffee-house Conversation .

568
of Temper in the Sexes

128
Coming late to Dinner

448 Different Characters in a Tour through the Me-
Commendations of the Spectator

553
tropolis

454
Commission to Mr. John Sly

526
Classes of Female Orators

247
Comparative Advantages of Public and Private Difficult case in Love resolved

605
Education
313 Diffidence

206
Complaint against a Coxcomb
508 Disadvantages of Ambition.

256
of Starers
250 | Disappointment in Love

163
of Thomas Kimbow
24 Discretion and Cunning

225
Complaints of Rachel Welladay against the Dispute on the Landed and Trading Interest 174
Young Men of the Age 528 Dissection of a Beau's Head

275
of Sickness

100, 143
of a Coquette's Heart

281
Complexions
286 Dissertation on Beards

331
Complimentary Letter to the Spectator 461 Distresses of a very Amorous Gentleman . 596
Compliments

103 Divinity, Law, and Physic, overburdened with
Condition of Servants
137 Practitioners

21
Conduct of the Lions at the Opera
13 Division of Mankind into Classes

624
Connexion between Prudence and Good Fortune 293 Dramatic Improvements

592
Consolation

163

Murders
on the Death of a Parent
192 Dream of a Picture-gallery

83
and latrepidity in Death
319 Dreams of various Correspondents

597
offered to a Beauty destroyed by Duelling

99
the Small-pox
306 Dumb Conjuror

474
Contemplation of the Character of our Saviour 356 Durability of Writing

166
Contentious Conversations of Gentlemen of the Duty of being Usefully Employed

583
Long Robe

197 of communicating Knowledge : Objec-
Conversation with the Fair Sex

300
tions answered

379
Coquettish Milk-maid
380 to Parents

189
Correspondence between Amoret, a Jilt, and
Philander
401 EDUCATION compared to Sculpture

215
of Gabriel Bullock and Mrs.

of Country 'Squires.

123
M. Clarke

328 Effects of Avarice and Luxury upon Employ-
Country Breeding

240 ments
Dances
67 Eloquence of Beggars

613
Court of Inquisition on Maids and Bachelors 320 Embroidery recommended to the Ladies 606
Credit
218 Encoring in the Theatres

314
Criticism

300, 470 Endeavours of Mankind to get rid of their Bur.
on Paradise Lost, 267, 273, 279, 285, 291, dens, (a Dreain)

558, 559
297, 303, 309, 315, 321, 327, 333, 339, English Tongue, The .

135
345, 354, 357, 363, 369.

Tragedy:

39, 42
Criticisms
592 Enlargement of the Mind in a future State

635
on the Spectator

542 Enthusiasm
Critique on the Ballad of Chevy Chase 70, 74 Ephesian Matron, The

11
Cruelty of a French Captain

350 Epicure Mammon's Letter on Eating . 311
of Parents
189 Epigram on the Spectator

488
of Parents in the Affair of Marriage 181 Epitaph in Pancras-churchyard

538
Cure for a bad Husband
252 Equestrian Lady

405

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44

55

201

No.

No.
Erratum in the Paper on Drivking
205 Hoods

272
Errors in the Common Modes

66 Humorous Way of sorting Companies—for
Essay on Dreams
487 Mirth—for Useful Purposes

371
on Friendship
385 Hunting Scene with Sir Roger

116
on Wit
58 Hypocrisy, various kinds of

399
Essays on the Pleasures of the Imagination 411–421
· Eubulus
49 IDEA of a Fine Gentleman .

75
Excess of Anxiety about Health
25 III Consequence of the Peace

45
Exercise of the Fan
102 Ill-natured Satire

23
of the Snuff-box .
138 Immateriality of the Soul

111
Exhibition of Pictures
67 Immortality of the Soul

210
Extract from Tillotson's Sermons
352 Impertinence of Shopping

336
Extraets on Sincerity.
103 Impertinent Acquaintance :

24

Conversation to Women in Business 155
FABLE of a Drop in the Ocean
293 Importers

430
of Pleasure and Pain
183 Improper Behaviour in Church

630
False Delicacy.

286

Freedoms of Married People 430
Hopes

282
Method of Educating Youth

157
Wit and Humour
35 Improprieties on the Stage

141
Wit and Mechanic Poetry
220 Impudence The Starers

20
Fame

218 Impudent Behaviour of People in the Streets 354
difficult to be obtained
255 Inconsistencies in Love-thoughts

366
Farewell Paper and Acknowledgments of As-

of Men of Talent with respect
sistance

555
to Economy

222
Fashions in Dress, how imitated in the Country 129 Inconstancy of Friendship

300
Fate of Writings
85 Inconveniences of Poverty

150
Female Beauty
144 Increase of Beggars

430
Dress
435 Indelicacies in Plays

51
Education
314 | Indelicate Conversation

300
Equestrians

435 Infirmary for Ill-humoured People Memorials
Head-dress

265
presented

429
Levity

128 Influence of Custon-Moral deducted from it 447
Oratory
252 Inkle and Yarico

11
Pander described
205 loquisitive Disposition

228
Party-spirit discovered by Patches 81 | Instinct in Animals

120, 121
Reading

95 Interview of the Spectator and Sir Roger
Fickle Friend
194 with a Gang of Gipseys

130
Filial Piety of Fidelia

449 Introduction of French Phrases in the History
Flitch of Bacon, The
607 of the War-Specimen in a Letter .

165
Folly of Demurrage
89 Journal of a Citizen

317
of destroying Wood
589 | Italian Recitative

29
of the Pride of Birth or Fortune

202
of Wishing to be Young
153 King Latinus

53
Fragment of Sappho .

229
Fragments from Cæsar
374| LABOUR and Exercise

115
French Fashions
45 Ladies' Head-dresses .

98
Frivolous Disputants
138 Lady-love

304

16
GENEALOGY of Humour
35 Lancashire Witches

141
Good Breeding :
158 Laughter and Ridicule

249
Manners
296 Lawyer's Club

372
Nature, as a Moral Virtue
177 Lee

32
Natured Lies

234 Letter on the Absence of Lovers-Remedies
Gospel gossip

46
proposed

241
Grateful Letter on Heroic Virtue

240 from the Academy of Painting 555
Grotte Work.
632 by the Ambassador of Bantam

557

of Apology for a Man of Wit and Plea-
HAPPINESS of Dependance upon the Supreme

154
Being .
441 from an Author turned Dealer .

288
Heathed Fables on Prayers
391 from a Bankrupt, and Answer

456
Hints to a Lover
326 on Bashfulness

231
History of Amanda
375 from a Beauty

87
of Cat-calls

361 from a Beauty destroyed by the Small-pox 306
of False Wit
58, 59 from Belinda to the Shades

204
of a Female Republic

434 on Bowing and Curtseying at Church 460
of the Italian Opera
18 on Butts-on Fashions

175. -
of the Lover's Leap

233 from Captain Sentry on the Character of
of a Male Republic

433

Sir Roger de Coverley, and on his own
of Phillis and Brunetta

80
Situation

544
of Will Honeycomb's Amours 359 from a Castle-builder

167
Hobbe's Theory of Laughter

52
on Cat-calls

361

Lampoons

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No.

No.
Letter Censuring the Spectator .
158 Letter of Pliny to Hispulla

525
on the Character of Jilts

187
on Poachers

168
from Charles Lillie
16 on Poetical Justice .

548
to Chloe from her Lover, with an Ac-

from a Poor and Proud Jezebel

292
count of his Dreams

301 on the Prayers of Clergymen before
to a Clergyman

27
Sermon.

312
in Commendation of Powell, the Pup-

from the President of the Club of
pet-showman

372
Widows

573
Complaining of Country Manners and

from a Prude

364
Conversation
4747 on Punning

396
Complaining of a Merry Prologue to a

and Reflections on Modesty

484
Deep Tragedy

338 and Reflections on Rustic Amusements 161
from a Coquette—from B. D. on Formal

on Seduction

208
Devotion

79 on the Severity of Schoolmasters 168
from a Coquette to a New-married Lady,

from a Silent Lover .

304
and Answer

254 from Sir Andrew Freeport-His Re-
from a Countryman to his Mistress . 324

tiring

549
on the Cries of London

251 from Sir John Envil

, married to a Wo-
on Cruel Husbands

236
man of Quality

299
on Dancing
334 from Mr. Sly on Hats

532
on the Decay of the Club

542 from Sophia in Love with a Short Face 290
in Defence of Merry Epilogues
311 from a Splenetic cured

134
on Demonstrations of Grief

95
from one Steele

274
on Detraction

318 on the Theatre-On a Musical Scheme 258
on the Effects of the Love of Money 450 from Three Thrifty Ladies

332
from the Emperor of China to the Pope 545 on Travelliog

364
on the Eye

252
from a Valetudinarian

25
on Fashionable Education
66 from the Ugly Club

52
from a Father to his Son
189 on Visiting

208
on Female Equestrians

104

on the Unhappy Condition of Women
on Fortune Hunters

326
of the Town

190
on Fortune Stealers .

311
on an Untoward Wife

194
on Gardening

477

from a Widow with two Lovers, and
on the General Notion we have of the

Answer

149
Fair Sex
298 from Will Honeycomb

131
from a Hen-pecked Husband, deter-

on Women's Men

158
mined to be Free
212 on Women taking Snuff .

344
on Hen-pecked Keepers

486 on young Templars turning Hackney-
on the Hoop Petticoat

127
coachmen

498
from Horace to Claudius Nero . 493 to Zelinda from her Lover-bis Death 627
to a Husband .

204 Letters on Affectation of Ignorance-from a
from a Husband likely 10 be ruined by

Poetical Lover

473
his Wife's Accomplishments

328 on Ambition from a Lady marked by
from an Idler.

320
the Small-pox

613
on Idols

87 from a Blank-complaining of a Cho-
on a Jealous Husband

527
leric Gentleman

563
on Impertinents

168 from Cleanthes on a Mischief-making
on Improper Behaviour at Church 236

Old Maid-from E. G. on Kissing 272
from a Lady insulted by her Seducer-

in Commendation of Brock and Hola
Reflections on the Subject

611

lier's Wine-from a Scholar in Love 362
from a Languishing Lover

527

on the Conduct of gay and foppish Fa-
on Law Phrases

551
thers—on Swinging

496
from Leonora

163

from a Country Gentleman to Phara-
from a Lion

136

mond-from a Lawyer's Clerk 480
from a Lover

208

on Delicacy in the Censure of Vices-
on the Lover's Leap

227

from an affected Lady-a Kept-
from Mary Tuesday

24
mistress-a Quaker .

276
on the Mercenary Practice of Men in

from Dorinda, complaining of the Spec
the Choice of Wives

199

tator's partiality—from a Man of
on the Merits of Spenser

510
Fashion

319
from a Monkey

343

from the Dumb Doctor-from a Pert
on Naked Shoulders

437

Baggageon the Author's recover-
from a Natural Son .

203
ing his Speech

564
from a New-married Couple

361
on Education

337, 353
from Octavia, complaining of the Ingra-

on Education from the Husband of a
titude of her Husband

322
Scold-on Money

455
from Oxford Correspondents

553

on the Education of Youth
from the Parish-clerk on Evergreens 284

from an English Singer at Venice-on
from Parthenia

140
Rudeness

44:
from a Person supposed to be Crazed 577

on Epitaphs.
and Petition on the Exercise of the Fan 134 from Estcourt-from Sir Roger

20

330

118

519

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No.

No.
Letters on Female Education
53 Love-letters to Andromache

142
on a Generous Benefactor
546 Love of Applause, The

188
on Greek Mottos--the Use of the Win.

of Defamation, The

427
dox-soliciting Advice-Lampoons 296 of Glory, The

139
from Hecatissa-from an Old Beau 48 of Latin among the Common People 221
from Hen-pecked Husbands-from a

and Marriage

261
Woman married to a Col-quean 482 Scene
on Idleness—from a Lover
316 Lovers

89
to Impertinents and Whisperers
148 Loves of Honoria and Flavia

91
on improper Bebaviour in a Stage-
coach-Story of a Lottery-ticket MAJ E Dress

145
from the Guardian of Two Nieces 212 Manners of Servants

88
on the improper Dress of young Clergy Maxims of Thrift

509
men-on Antipathies-against Em Means of strengthening Faith

465
broidery

609 Mediocrity of Fortune, to be preferred 464
on Indelicacy—from an Old Maid Meditation on Animal Life
from A, B.

217
on Death, a Hymn

513
on Innocent Diversions from a Trojan 245

on the frame of the Human Body 543
on the Joys and Satisfactions of Private

on the Wonders of the Deep, with
Life

406
a Hymn

489
from the Lion—from an Under-sexton Memoirs of an Honest Country Gentleman 622
on the Masquerade

14

of the Private Life of Pharamond 76
on Love, Wit, Drinking, Gaming, &c. 140 Messiah, The, a Sacred Eclogue

378
from a Lover, and Answer—from John Method of Political Writers affecting Secrecy
Trott on his Courtship
314 -Specimen

567
from a Lover and Young Lady 381 Methods to aggrandise the Persons in Tragedy 42
on Masquerades
8 Military Courage

152
on Military Life by various Soldiers 566 Minute from Mr. Sly

534
from an old Bachelor-from Lovers 260 Misapplication of Nature's Gifts

404
on Parențs forcing the Inclinations of Mischief of Board Wages

88
their Children on Rudeness and

of Mothers not Nursing their Children 216
Impudence

533
of Party-spirit

125, 126
on a Partnership between a Goose and Mischiefs of Party-rage in the Female Sex 57
a Watchman—from a Schoolmistress Misery of being in Debt

82
on Dancing
376 Miseries of Debt and Bankruptcy

456
from the Playhouse, on the Dismission

of Prostitution

266
of Inanimate Performers
36 Mixt Wit

62
of Pliny
230, 292 Mixture of the Sexes in one Person

435
on Pulling the Nose-on Choice in Modesty

206
Marriage-from a Heedless Gazer Monkey recommended for the Opera

28
on Fioodsman Oxford Toast-on Motives to Cheerfulness

387
Patcbing
268 Musical Plan

278
from Ralpi Valet and Patience Giddy 137
on the relative Duties of Parents and NegLIGENCE of Parents

431
Children-between a Mother and Son 263 News-writers and Readers-Specimen of a
requesting Advice in a Case of Love
Newspaper

452
on Improper Behaviour at Church 380 Note from Mr. Sly

5-15
of Richard and Sabina Rentfree 431 Notions of the Heathens on Devotion

207
on Seduction, from the Seducer 182
from Servants
202 OGLING

46
from a Shopkeeper on his Wife's Greek 278 On the Abuse of Metaphors

595
on Simonides' Satire on Women 211 Abuses at the Royal Exchange

509
from a Spoilt rich Beauty-from a the Absurdities of the Modern Opera

5
Grocer in Love~from an Idol . 534 the Advantages of Dancing

466
from Sylvia, complaining of an Unna Adultery-Dogs which guarded the Temple
tural Mother
from a Married Man
of Vulcan

579
in Love with his Ward-concerning
Affectation—Vanity

38
a Profligate Lover
402 Aiming at Perfection

631
from Tom Trippet-complaining of a the Art of bestowiag Favours

292
Greek Quotation-soliciting a Peep the Art of growing Rich

283
at Sir Roger-from a Showman 271 asking Advice in Affairs of Love

475
from a Town Coquette to her Friend, Atheists in general

389
and Answer

515 attributing our Neighbour's Misfortunes to
from various Loversor Tale-bearers 310 Judgment

483
on Wagerers, Whistlers, rude Old Ba-

Beauties

87
chelor

145 the Beauty and Loveliness of Virtue 243
Life preparatory to the Happiness of Eternity 575 Beneficence, with Examples

248
List of Persons who demanded the Flitch of

Benevolence

601
Bacon
608 Benevolence in official Situations

469
Love

220 bestowing Favours on the Deserving 497
Love-leiter of James to Beliy
71 the better Regulating of Matches

308

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444

No.

No.
On B:lls of Mortality .

289 On Method in Writing and Conversation 476
the Breach of Promises
448 Modesty and Assurance

373
Calumny
594 the Mohocks-Manifesto of the Emperor

34"
a Chambermaid's Perquisites

366 the Nature of Man-of the Supreme Being 565
the Characters in the Scornful Lady 270 the New Stamp

445
the Civil Constitution of Great Britain 287 Novelty

626
Cleanliness.

631 Number, Dispersion, and Religion of
a Clergyman Spoiling one of Tillotson's

the Jews

495
Sermons
539 an Obsequious Behaviour

386
the Collusion of Gladiators
449 Oratory

633
Compassion
397 Outward Civilities

259
Conjurors and Revealers of Dreams 505 Party Lies

507
Conversation

557 a Passionate Temper—the Angry Booksel-
Dancing
334 ler and Calm Customer

438
Death
133 Patrods and their Clients

214
the Death of a Beloved Wife
520 Persecution

516
Defamatory Publications
451 Personal Identity

578
Delay in Marriage

539
Petty Ambition

570
a Desire of knowing Future Events

604
Physiognomy

86
the Desire of Pleasing

280 Pin-money, Reflections on that Custom 295
Detraction among Bad Poets
253 Pious Gratitude

453
the Dignity of Human Nature
537 Planting

583, 589
Dishonest Dealing
546 Pleasant Fellows

462
Dreams-how to be improved
593 the Power of insignificant Objects

485
Drunkenness

569 Prejudice and Emulation-a Sulky Wife 432
Early Wickedness

352 the Price and Success of the Spectator 488
Easiness-a Love Case
196 the Pride of Genealogy

612
the Education of Children
307 Pronunciation and Action

541
Egotism

562 the Proper Method of Repelling Calumny 390
Envy
19 the Proper Use of Time

374
Epistolary Poetry
618 - Propriety in Genteel Dress

360
Eternity

590, 628
Public Mournings

64
Extravagance in Story-telling

538

Quack Advertisements
the Eyes
250 Quacks

572
Fable
183 Raillery

422
Fear
615 Raphael's Cartoons

226, 244
Female Apes

244
Reading the Church-service

147
the frank Acknowledgment of Faults 382 Religious Faith and Practice

459
Friendship

68
Religious Hope

471
110
Religious Melancholy

494
- -giving Advice
512 Reluctance to leave the World

549
giving False Characters of Servants 493 Seducers

274
the Glories of Heaven

580 Seducers and their Illicit Progeny 203
Good-humour—the Country Infirmary 424 Self-love and Benevolence

588
Good-nature, as the Effect of Constitution 169 the Shame and Fear of Poverty

114
great Natural Geniuses

160 Singularity—the Dread and Affectation of it 576
Habitual Good Intentions
213 Sorrow

312
Hen-pecked Husbands

176 the Spectator's opening his Mouth 553
the Historians

308
the Stage

370
the Idea of the Supreme Being

531 Strained and Pompous Phrases-Specimen 617
Jealousy

170, 171 the Study of Human Nature-the Passions 408
Impertinents-Whisperers

148 the Taste of a Romar, and English Theatri-
improper Pride
621 cal Audience

562
the Improvement of Genius
554 Temperance

195
the Improvement of Sacred Music

405 Templars turning Hackney-coachmen 526
Inconstancy and Irresolution
132 True and False Modesty

458
lafidelity
186 True Liberality

346
the Irresistible Power of Beauty
510 Vain Hopes

535
the Itch of Writing

582
Visions

524
the little Art of making Interest with Men the Unaccommodating Disposition of Old
in Power
394 Men

336
Living in a Particular Way

264 the Uncertainty and Absurdity of Public
Looking-glasses
325 Reports

521
the Love of Flattery-Translation from Vulgar Phrases--Specimen

616
Aristænetus

238 Want of Charity in the Wealthy. 294
the Love of Praise
467 Waste of Time

317
making a just Estimate of the Characters the Ways of Providence

237
of Mankind
564 the Whims of Lottery Adventurers

191
Marriage
525 Witchcraft

117
MarriageExcessive Fondness

490 Opinions on the Dispute between Count Rech-
a Merry and Serious Cast of Temper 598 tercn and M. Mesnager

43

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