English Humorists of the Eighteenth Century: Sir Richard Steele, Joseph Addison, Laurence Sterne, Oliver Goldsmith

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Century Company, 1906 - Počet stran: 514
 

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Account of a whistlingmatch
227
On temperance
230
Character of the salamanders
234
Satire on women
237
On education
241
The cries of London
244
The Spectators success
248
Pinmoney
251
Letter from Sir John Envil
254
On waste of time
258
A young ladys journal of a week
262
Various advantages of the spectators
266
Humourous way of sorting companies
268
On compassion
272
On the death of the King of France
275
On female extravagances
278
Custom
281
On newswriters and readers
284
On true and false modesty
288
Marriage of Will Honeycomb
291
On retirement
293
STERNE AND GOLDSMITH
297
From Thackerays English Humorists
299
ILLUSTRATING THE CITIZEN OF THE WORLD
320
The Story of Le Fever from the Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy
325
Saunterings in France Book VII from the Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy
339
letters from a Chinese
389
Morning Letter II
390
England Plate II IV
395
The Sleeping Congregation XLI
434
A booksellers visit to the Chinese philosopher
443
The absurd taste for certain forms of literature
449
with that
455
The great exchange happiness for show Their
462
The description of a little great man
470
France Plate I LXXVIII
476
The preparations of both theatres for a winter cam
477
The ladies advised to get husbands A story
484
The influence of climate and soil upon the tempers
490
A visit from the little Beau The indulgence with
498
The passion for gaming among ladies ridiculed
500
The Election Plate I the Entertainment CXII
506
On the distresses of the poor exemplified in the life
509
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