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PUBLISHED BY J. J. WOODWARD, No. 13 MINOR STREET.
STEREOTYPED BY L. JOHNSON. -

1831.

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CONTENTS.

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Historical and Biographical Preface.
Original Dedications.

1. Introduction—Character of an absent Lover

—Betterton's Benefit—Continental Intel-

ligence—Death of Mr. Partridge . . .

2. The Medicine - - - - - - - -

Continental Intelligence—Raillery on the

state of France - - - - - - - . Steele.

3. Play-house, a Poen, by Blackmore–Tapes.
try—Continental Intelligence–Benefit of
Rickerstaff. . . . . . . . . . . .

4. Plan of the Work—Characters of Chloe and

Clarissa-Dramatic News—-Strolling Com-

pany—Continental Intelligence—Island

of Felicia . . . . . . . . . . .

5. Fallen State of Love—Cynthia, the absent

Lonver–Project for the Advancement of

Religion–Continental Intelligence–Sto.

ry of Unnion and Valentine–Character

of the Duke of Marlborough - - - -

6. Visit from Sappho-Criticism on Homer and

Virgil–Journal of the Iliad–Continental

Intelligence-Characters of Alexander and

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

Characters of a Coquette and a Coxcomb

—Epson Wells, a Comedy–Continental

Intelligence . . . . . . . . . . .

8. Reformation of the Stage--Continental Intel-

ligence—A Dream of the State of England

9. Congrove's Old Bachelor . . . . . . .

Description of the Morning . . . . . .

Chai acter of Timon—Pastorella converted
from Coquetry—Continental Intelligence

10. Empire of Bauty–Continental Intelligence

11 A Similitude--On Death—Modern Prophets

Genealogy of the Staffs . . . . . . . Turisden.

Continental Intelligence . . . . . Steele.

12 Corroption of Manners and Language—Bite

A Winter Piece . . . . . . . Phillips.

Verses by . . . . . . . . . . . . Dryden.

Adventures of the Tatter's Guardian Angol,

'acolet–Continental Intelligence . . . Steele.

Character of Verus—Earl of Essex and Al-
chymnist–Duinh Fortune-teller and Wi-
dow—To Correspondents . . - - -

15, Story of Pacolet–Gamesters—Pleasure .

lé. Characters at Bath—Letter to Castabella

17. On Panegyric—Naked Truth criticised .

18. On Signs: (probably) . . . . . . . .

Distress of Newswriters . . . . . . . .

19. History of Esquires—Busy Body—A Trip to

the Jubilee—Letter from Madame Main-

to-non . . . . . . .

Complaint of a Lady . . . . . . . .
Drainatic News and Criticism .
Continental Intelligence . - - - -

21. Characters of a Gentleman and a Pretty Fel-

law—The Fox–Dramatic Writers of the

last and present Age–Letter on Mr. Bick.

erstaffs Prophecy of his Death—Witch-

craft—Continental Intelligence . . . .

to Cynthia in Love-Lindamira's Lovers—Cave
Underhill—Young Lady in Love with a
Rake . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

23. Cure for Fits in Married Ladies—Letter to

the French King-Continental Intelligence

Character of a very Pretty Fellow--A Toast Addison.
co, mental Intelligence-Lines to the French
* . . . . . . . . . . . . .

25. On Lonelling—Advice generally unwelcome

—Cofitinental Intelligence. - - - -

2: Letter from a Pretty Fellow—from Louis
XIV —Dielling . . . . . . . . . . .

27. Character of a Rake—a Coquette—Verses on

a Parrot—Letter from Jeffry Nicknack—

Continental Intelligence . . . . . .

* On Duelling—Continental Intelligence . .

No.

29. Letter from Tim. switch on Duelling—Cr1.

tics and Wits–Continental Intelligence

30. Character of the Author's three Nephews—

Style of Love Letters. - - - - - -

31. Dueling–Letter to the Author on his being

little known in the Country—Continental

Intelligence . . . . . . . . . . .

Platonic Ladies—Madonella . . . . . .

On Punning - - - - - - - - - - -
Mrs. Jenny Distaff on the Treatment of the
Fair Sex-Attempts to seduce her—Conti-
nental Intelligence . . . . . . . .

Cures performed by the Author—Saltero's

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

Snuff taking—Cynthia's Courtship—Ham-
let's Direction to the Players . . . . .

Family of X’s probably) . . . . . . .

Continental Intelligence . . . . . .

Mrs. Jenny Distast–Characters at Epsom—

Of Africanus . . . . . . . . . . . .3ddison.

Continental Intelligence . . . . . . . steela.

. On the Fox-hunter's Speech—Caesar to his

Party at the Rubicon . . . . .Addison.

. On Dnelling–Whisperers without Business

—Characters . . . . . . . . . .

Continental Intelligence . . . . . . .
. Oxford and its Almanack–Dialogue on Duels
. Cure of Lunatics–On Love and Marriage
. Exercise at Arms–0 haracter of a Question.
er—The Author accused of Personalities

. Lines on Bribery . . . . . . . . . .

Character of Aspasia . . . . . . . Congrere.

Inventory of the Play-house . . . . . .dddison.

I) Urfey's Dedication . . . . . . . . . Strelč.

New System of Philosophy . . . . . .dddison.
On the Sublime . . . . . . . . . . . Steele.
44. 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 ln-
telligence . . . . . . . . - - -

45. Story of Teraminta–Puppet-shows—Scene

of bodily Wit—Characters of Florio and

Senecio . . . . . . . . . . . . . -

Character and Gallantries of Aurengezebe—

Lines on the March to Tournay without

beat of Drum –Continental Intelligence

Character of Sir Tafety Trippet–Cure for

the Spleen—Passions expressed by Shak-

speare . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Shades of Conscience and Honour—Genius

of Credit . . . . . . . . . . . .

Love and Lust—Florio and Limberham—
Nocturnus . . . . . . . . . . . . –
History of Orlando the Fair—Powell's Pup.
pot-show . . . . . . . . . . . .
History of Orlando, Chap. 2—Pantomime
Tricks–Powell's Puppet-show . . . . —
Use of Delamira's Fan–On Modesty—Cha.
• racters of Nestor and Varillus—The ino-
dest Man and the modest Fellow . -
The civil Husband—Dramatic Criticism—
Continental Intelligence . . . . . . —

54. The Government of Affection–The Wife and

the Mistress—Complaint against Slentor

—Death of Lisander and Coriana . . .

55. Story of a Cure performed on a blind young

Man–Continental Intelligence - -

56. On Sharpers—Instances of Longevity in

France—Notices to Correspondents .

57. Emilia, a Woman too humble- Sharping

Extortioners—Satire on the French ap-

plied to the English—New Coxcoinb .

58. Continence of Scipio-Grammatical Pedant-

ry—Continental Intelligence . . . . .

50. On Sharpers–Raffling Shops—Character of
Actaeon—Author accused of writing Non-
Bense . . . . . . . . . . . .

Steels

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. Continental Intelligence . .

. Floquence of the Pulpit

. Tables of Fame—Female

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Character of ("leontos . . Hughes.

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- - - . Strehe.
. Surift and Stecle.
Infolicity of Riches to one who is not a Gen-
tleman--Sharpers—-Continental Intelli-
gence . . . . . . . . . . . . Steele.
Proposals for tables of Fame . . . . . Scift.
Continental Intell skill of Transition Sterle.
arpers . . . . Sucift.
Causes of Tears—Notice of a Sharper—Of a
Book . . . . Steele.

Bath Sharpers

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of the Allies–Various Notices . . . .
. Eloquence of the Pulpit . . . . Surift and Sterle,
List of Shatners . . . . . . . . . . Steele.
. Danger of Satirical Writings . . . . . . —
Irregular conduct of a Clergyman . . . Swift.

Betterton's Hamlet–Reformation of Man.
ners at Oxford . Steele.

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. Letter from a Lover–Letter on the Tenden-

cy of satirical Characters—Table of Fame
—Continental Intelligence . . . . . . —
Miss Jenny's Marriage—to hoice of Matches
in the Bickerstaff Family ..?ddison and Steele.
Errors of Good nature—Complaint of Love-
well Barebones . . . . . . . . . .

Dateuce of the Tatl or . . . . . . . Hughes.

Continental Intelligence—Notice to a young

Gentleman . . . . . . . . . . .

Affectation of Faults and Imperfortions—
Original Letter from Marshal Boufflers–
Bath Physicians - - - - - - - -
Letters soliciting Places at the Table of Fame
—Character of Hippocrates—Advertise-
ment and Notice to Correspondents
Advice to married Persons Mrs. Jenny's
Wedding-dinner–Notice of a Pamphlet

Steele.

. Exorhitant Price of Books—Letters from a

splenetic Gentleman–From a Limper—
Continental Intelligence . .

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. Letter from a Woman in Love—Impressive

. Court of Judicature of the Dead in Reason

. Consultation on the Sirkness of a Lady

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. Letter from Switzerland–Reinarks on Tra-

welling–Fool- not to be exported—The
Author's Precautions against Assaults ..?ddison.

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Tenden, Steele.

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s from having but one Theatre
and Expulsion of Invito-Re-
monstrance of the Upholders . . . . .

Goddess of Justice distributing Rewards ..?ddison.

Danger of Authors from Pirates . . . . –

Notices . . . . . . . . . . . . Steele.

Continuance of the Vision of the Goddess

of Justice . . . . . . . . . .Addison.

Applications for Permission to use Canes,
&c. . . - - - - -4 to son and Stre?e.
Happiness, how secured in the married State Steele.
History of Will Rosin–Art of Knocking
Catalogue of Poetical Stock–Criticism on
a Passage in Hainlet—Surrender of Mr.
Jeffery Grogram . . . . . . . .
Case of a Lover tormonted by a Coquette
Degradation of the stage i \iornity of Human
Nattire–Errors of the French Writers ..?ddison.

. Fashionable Visiting—Notice from the Up-

holders . Steele.

..?ddison and Steele.
On the Prevalence of Irreligious Principles
.14dison and Steele.

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. Matrionomial Quarro! and Reconciliation–

ote: of the Dappers—Death of Cyn-
tly to - - - - - - - - - -
Scene of Country Etiquette . .ado sort.
On Modesty . . . . . . . . . . . . Steele.
Humorous Criticism on Serjeant Hall's Let-

ter—Glory shared among an armv . -
Of Story-tellers under the Nauves of Gunners

and Gun-ters . - - - - - - - - -

A Dancing naster practising by Book -oidison.

122.

123.

he Vision of the 'Three

124 on Exportations from the Lottery . . . steele.
123. Proposals for a Receptacle for Persons out
of their Wits . . . . . . . . . . .
J26. Characters of a Prude mind Connette--Story
of the Ga con and the Widow . . . .
197 (on Pride, as affecting the Rooson . . -
12s. Lotter from a Fortune-hunter–From a de-
serted Female . . . . . . . . . -

120. Dutch satirical Pictures—Letters from Pas-

quin at Rome . . . . . . . . . —

130. Superiority of Great Britain in the number

of eminent (“haracters—Estcourt's Benefit

131. Trial of the Wine-brewers . . . . . .olddison.

132. (Wharacters of the Meubers of the Club at

the Trumpet . . . . . . . . . . . Steele

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