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443. Letters from an English Singer at Venice-Advice
445. On the new Stamp-Success of the Spectator
Letter on Bowing and Curtseying at Church Steele.
Complimentary Letter to the Spectator Steele.
470. Criticism-Specimen of various Readings Addison.
472. Proposal that the rich Sick should assist the Poor
474. Letter complaining of Country Manners and Con-
475. On asking Advice in Affairs of Love
ters of Tom Puzzle and Will Dry
476. On Method in Writing and Conversation-Charac-
477. Letter on Gardening
478. Proposal for a Repository of Fashions
479. Causes of Unhappiness in the married Life
480. Letters from a country Gentleman to Pharamond
481. Opinions on the Dispute between Count Rechteren
482. Letters from Hen-pecked Husbands-from a Wo-
483. On attributing our Neighbour's Misfortunes to Judg-
484. Letter and Reflections on Modesty
488. On the Price and Success of the Spectator • Addison.
489. Meditation on the Wonders of the Deep, with a
490. On Marriage-excessive Fondness.
492. Advantages of Levity over grave Behaviour in young
493. On giving false Characters of Servants-Letter from
495. On the Number, Dispersion, and Religion of the
511. Will Honeycomb's Proposal of a Fair for Marriage
-Sale of unmarried Women
512. On giving Advice
516. On Persecution-Character of William III.
517. Death of Sir Roger de Coverley
518. Letters on Epitaphs
519. Meditation on animal Life