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3. Play-house, a Poen, by Blackmore–Tapes.
Chai acter of Timon—Pastorella converted
Character of Verus—Earl of Essex and Al-
Complaint of a Lady . . . . . . . .
to Cynthia in Love-Lindamira's Lovers—Cave
Character of a very Pretty Fellow--A Toast Addison.
2: Letter from a Pretty Fellow—from Louis
On Punning - - - - - - - - - - -
Snuff taking—Cynthia's Courtship—Ham-
Continental Intelligence . . . . . . . steela.
Continental Intelligence . . . . . . .
New System of Philosophy . . . . . .dddison.
beat of Drum –Continental Intelligence
Love and Lust—Florio and Limberham—
50. On Sharpers–Raffling Shops—Character of
. Continental Intelligence . .
. Floquence of the Pulpit
. Tables of Fame—Female
Sharpers described as a Pack of Dogs—On
Malonella's Platonic College .
- - - . Strehe.
of the Allies–Various Notices . . . .
Betterton's Hamlet–Reformation of Man.
. Letter from a Lover–Letter on the Tenden-
cy of satirical Characters—Table of Fame
Affectation of Faults and Imperfortions—
. Exorhitant Price of Books—Letters from a
splenetic Gentleman–From a Limper—
. Story of the Cornish Lovers–Of a Lover
. Letter from a Woman in Love—Impressive
. Court of Judicature of the Dead in Reason
. Consultation on the Sirkness of a Lady
. Letter from Switzerland–Reinarks on Tra-
welling–Fool- not to be exported—The
s from having but one Theatre
Applications for Permission to use Canes,
. Fashionable Visiting—Notice from the Up-
holders . Steele.
..?ddison and Steele.
. Matrionomial Quarro! and Reconciliation–
ote: of the Dappers—Death of Cyn-
ter—Glory shared among an armv . -
and Gun-ters . - - - - - - - - -
A Dancing naster practising by Book -oidison.
he Vision of the 'Three
124 on Exportations from the Lottery . . . steele.
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