Addison's Essays from the Spectator

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William Tegg, 1870 - 575 pages
 

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Contents

Reflections in Westminster Abbey
27
Fate of Writings
28
Variety of Opinion in the Club
29
On LoveFolly of Delay
30
Employment of Time
31
Character of Leonora
32
Ladies Headdresses
33
The Point of Honour
34
Hints for the Spectator
35
Exercise of the
36
The Varieties of Pedantry
37
Visit to Sir Roger de Coverley
38
On Laughter
39
Sir Rogers Picture Gallery
40
On Ghosts and Apparitions
41
Luxury and Avarice
42
A Sunday in the Country
43
Sir Rogers Disappointment in Love
44
Vision of Marraton
45
Labour and Exercise 46 On Witchcraft
46
Reflections on the Widow
47
On Female Party Rage
48
Instinct in Animals 50 Wisdom of Providence
50
Essay on WitFalse
51
52 Eudoxus and Leontine 53 On Periodical Essays
53
On Party Spirit
54
The Subject Continued
55
The Hoop Petticoat
56
On Temper in the Sexes
57
Wit of the Monkish Ages
58
Sir Roger and the Gipsies 60 The Country Opinions of the Spectator
60
The Spectators Return to Town
61
The Subject Continued
62
Vision of Mirza
63
On Genius
64
True and False WitMixed
65
Fatal Interruption of Marriage
66
Theodosius and Constantia
67
On Military Language
68
Durability of Writing
69
On Goodnature as Constitutional
70
Allegory on
71
The Subject Continued
72
Goodnature as a Moral Virtue
73
Resentment of Parents in Regard to Marriage
74
On Friendship
75
On Zeal
76
On Infidelity
77
Benefits of Commerce
78
The Salamander
79
Devotion and Enthusiasm
80
Passion for Fame and Praise
81
The Satires of Simonides
82
Transmigration of Souls
83
Female Party Rage in Patching
84
On Education
85
Vanity of Honours and Titles
86
On Mottos
87
Discretion and Cunning
88
On Bashfulness
89
The Ways of Providence
90
On Managing a Debate
91

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