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THE

BRITISH ESSAYISTS;

, WITH

PREFACES

BIOGRAPHICAL, HISTORICAL,
AND CRITICAL,

BY THE

REV. LIONEL THOMAS BERGUER,

LA TE OF ST. MART HAIL, OXON: FELLOW EXTRAORDINARY OF THF.
ROYAL MEDICAL SOCIETY OF EDINBURGH.

IN FORTY-FIVE VOLUMES.
VOL. XII.

LONDON:

PRINTED FOR T. AnD J. ALLMAn, PRInCES STREET,
HANOVER SQUARE:

W. Baynes and Son, Paternoster Row; A. B. Dulau and Co. Soho Square;
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Robinson and Sons, Liverpool: Bell and Bradfute, J. Anderson, jun. and
II. S. Baynes and Co. Edinburgh: If. Keene, and J. Camming, Dublin.

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398. Amours of Cynthia and Flavia • Steele.

399. Hypocrisy, various Kinds bf it • Addison.

400. Arts of Courtship—Caution to the Fair Sex

Steele.

401. Correspondence between Amoret a Jilt and
Philander Budgell.

402. Letters from Sylvia, complaining of an Un-
natural Mother—from a married man in Love
with his Ward—concerning a profligate Lover—
Undutifulness of Nephews • • • Steele.

403. Speculations of Coffee-house Politicians on
the Death of the King of France • • Addison.

404. On the misapplication of Nature's Gifts

Unknown.

405. On the Improvement of sacred Music Addison.

406. Letters on the Joys and Satisfactions of pri-

vate Life—Translation of a Lapland Song Steele.

407. Character of English Oratory—Use of proper

Gestures Addison.

408. On the study of human Nature—the Passions

Unknown.

409. Characteristics of Taste • • • Addison.

410. Adventures of Sir Roger de Coverley with a
Woman of the Town—Translation of a Chapter

in Canticles Steele.

and probably Tickell.

411—421. Essays on the Pleasures of Imagination

Addison.

422. On Raillery—Characters of Callisthenes,
Acetus, and Minutius Steele.

423. Advice to Gloriana respecting the studied
Addresses of Strephon and Damon • Steele.

424. On good Humour—The Country Infirmary

Steele.

425. Beauties of the Evening—Vicissitudes of
Night and Day, a Drama .... Unknown.
No.

426. Story of Basilius Valentine and his Son- Steele.

427. The Love of Defamation • • •

428. Various Subjects proposed for Speculation

Steele.

429. Infirmary for ill-humoured People—Memorials
presented Steele.

430. Increase of Beggars—Impostors—improper
freedoms of married People • • • Steele.

431. Negligence of Parents—Letters of Richard
and Sabina Rentfree Steele.

432. On Prejudice and Emulation—a sulky Wife—
April day Jest Steele.

433. Advantages of the Sexes associating—History
of a male Republic Addison.

434. History of a Female Republic • •

435. Female Dress—Mixture of the Sexes in one
Person—female Equestrians • • • Addison.

436. A Visit to the Bear Garden • - Steele.

437. Character of Sempronia, a Match-maker—
Letter on naked Shoulders. • Steele.

438. On a passionate Temper—the angry Book-
seller and calm Customer • ■ • Steele.

439. The manner of Courts—The Spy and the
Cardinal Addison.

440. Proceedings of the Infirmary for ill-humoured
People Addison.

441. Happiness of Dependence on the Supreme
Being Addison.

442. The Author's address to his Correspondents—
Thesis proposed Steele.

443. Letters from an English Singer at Venice—-
Advice to the trading World—on Rudeness

Steele.

444. On Quack Advertisements • •

445. On the new Stamp—Success of the Spectator

Addison.

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