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A NEW EDITION
CORRECTED FROM THE ORIGINALS,
HISTORICAL AND BIOGRAPHICAL,
BY ALEX. CHALMERS, F. S. A.
PUBLISHED BY E. SARGEANT, AND M. & W. WARD;
EDWARD COTTON, BOSTON.
HISTORICAL and Biographical Preface-
1. The Spectator's Account of himself
2. Of the Club-Sir Roger de Coverley-the
Templar-Sir Andrew Freeport-Captain
Sentry-Will Honeycomb-the Clergyman
4. Advantages of the Spectator's Taciturnity-
5. On the Absurdities of the Modern Opera
6. Preference of Wit and Sense to Honesty and
12. Custom of telling Stories of Ghosts to Children ADDISON.
13. Conduct of the Lions at the Opera-Merit of
14. Letters from the Lion-from an Under-sex-
ton-on the Masquerade-Puppet-show STEELE.
15. Story of Cleanthe-on Happiness, exemplified
16. Various Articles of Dress-Lampoons-Scan-
dal-Politics-Letter from Charles Lillie.. ADDISON.
22. Absurdities of the Opera exemplified in Let-
24. Complaint of Thomas Kimbow-impertinent
38. On Affectation-Vanity
39. English Tragedy-Lee-Otway
28. Project of an Office for the Regulation of
30. Club of Lovers established at Oxford
32. Admission of the Spectator into the Ugly Club STEELE.
33. Characters of Lætitia and Daphne-Art of im-
34. Success of the Spectators with various classes
of Readers, represented by the Club
35. False Wit and Humour-Genealogy of Humour-
36. Letters from the Play-house, on the Dismission
42. English Tragedy-Methods to aggrandize the
43. Account of the Hebdomadal Club-Remarks
44. Stage Tricks to excite Pity-Dramatic Mur-
46. The Spectator's Paper of Hints dropped-
47. Theory of the Passion of Laughter
48. Spectator's Letter to the Ugly Club-Letters
49. Character at the Coffee-Houses-Eubulus
50. Remarks on the English, by the Indian Kings ADDISON.
cies in Plays
52. Letter from the Ugly Club-Hobbe's Theory
53 Letters on Female Education
The best bred Men-the Spleen-a Peeper-
54. Account of the new sect of Loungers
55. Effects of Avarice and Luxury on Employ-
57. Mischiefs of Party Rage in the Female Sex
58. Essay on Wit-History of False Wit
59. The same subject continued.
60. Wit of the Monkish Ages-in Modern Times