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No.
544. Letter from Captain Sentry on the Character of Sir

Roger de Coverley, and on his own Situation Steele.
545. Letter from the Emperor of China to the Pope-
Note from Mr. Sly

Steele.
546. On dishonest Dealing-Cibber's heroic Daughter
Letters on a generous Benefactor

Steele.
547. Cures performed by the Spectator

Addison.
548. Letter on Poetical Justice

.. Unknown
549. On Reluctance to leave the World—Letter from Sir
Andrew Freeport on his retiring

Addison.
550. Proposal for a new Club
531. Translation of Greek Epigrams-Letter on Law-
phrases

Unknown.
552. Recommendations of industrious Tradesmen-Mot-
teux-Harris—Rowley-Proposals for new Globes

Steele.
553. On the Spectator's opening his Mouth_Commenda-
tions of him

Addison.
Letter from Oxford Correspondents Unknown.
554. On the Improvement of Genius

Hughes.
555. Farewell Paper and Acknowledgments of Assistance

-Letter from the Academy of Painting Steele.
556. Account of the Spectator opening his Mouth Addison.
557. On Conversation-Letter by the Ambassador of Ban-
tam

Addison.
558. Endeavours of Mankind to get rid of their Burdens,
a Dream

Addison.
559. The same concluded
560. Letters, from the Dumb Doctor-from a pert Bag-

gage--on the Author's recovering his Speech Unknown.
*561. Account of the Widow's Club

Addison.
562. On Egotism-Retailers of Old Jokes
563. Letters, from a Blank—complaining of a choleric
Gentleman

Unknown.
564. On making a just Estimate of the Characters of
Mankind

Unknoun.
1565. On the Nature of Man--of the Supreme Being Addison.
566. Letters on Military Life, by various Soldiers Unknown.
567. Method of political Writers affecting Secrecy; Spe-
cimen

Addison.
568. Coffeehouse Conversation on the preceding Paper-

The whole Duty of Man turned into a Libel Addison.

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No.
569. On Drunkenness

Addison,
570. On petty Ambition

Unknown.
571. Advantages of seeking the Protection of the Supreme
Being

Unknown.
572. On Quacks

Pearce.
.573. Letter from the President of the Club of Widows

Unknown.
574. Advantages of Content

Addison.
575. Life preparatory to the Happiness of Eternity.
576. On Singularity; the Dread and Affectation of it
-577. Letter from a Person supposed to be crazed-Peti-

tion of John a Nokes and Tom a Styles Unknown.
578. On personal Identity-Story of Fadlallah
579. On Adultery-Dogs which guarded the Temple of
Vulcan

Addison.
580. On the Glories of Heaven
581. The Author's Answer to his Correspondents ; Letters
from a Lover and young Lady

Unknown.
-582. On the Itch of Writing
,

Addison.
-583. Duty of being usefully employed--on Planting
584. Story of Hilpa
585. T'he same concluded
586. The Use of Dreams

Byrom.
-587. The Vision of Hearts

Unknown.
588. On Self-love and Benevolence

Grove.
589. On Planting--Folly of destroying Wood . Unknown.
-590. On Eternity

Addison.
-591. Questions and Cases of Love

Unknown.
592. Dramatic Improvements—Criticisms

Addison.
593. On Dreams, how to be improved

Byrom.
594. On Calumny

Unknown.
595. On the Abuse of Metaphors
-596. Distresses of a very amorous Gentleman
597. The Dreams of various correspondents
598. On a merry and serious Cast of Temper

Addison.
599. The Cave of Trophonius, a Dream

Unknown.
600. Various Opinions of Future Happiness Addison.

601. On Benevolence-Causes which obstruct it. Grove.
-- 602. Advantages of an Air of Importance in making Love

Unknown.
603. Phæbe, 'a Poem

Byrom.
604. On a Desire of knowing future Events Unknown.

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605. A difficult Case in Love resolved . . Unknown.

606. Embroidery recommended to the Ladies

607. Qualities necessary to make Marriage happy-The

Flitch of Bacon

Unknown.

608, List of Persons who demanded the Flitch of Bacon

Unknown.

609. Letters, on the improper Dress of young Clergymen

-on Antipathies-against Embroidery Unknown.

610. Applause of Men not to be regarded-Story of Gyges

Unknown.

611. Letter from a Lady insulted by her Seducer-Reflec-

tions on the Subject

Unknown.

612. On the Pride of Genealogy

613. Letters, on Ambition--Eloquence of Beggars-from

a Lady marked by the Small-pox

Unknown.

614, Questions on Widows, answered by the Love Ca-

suist_Custom of Enborne

Unknown.

615. On Fear

616. On vulgar Phrases ; Specimen ·

617. On strained and pompous Phrases ; Specimen

618. On epistolary Poetry

619. Answers to various Correspondents
620. The Royal Progress, a Poem

Tickell.
621. On improper Pride

Unknown

622. Memoirs of an honest Country Gentleman

623. Account of the Custom of Enborne
624. Division of Mankind into Classes-Pursuits of Ava-
rice, Ambition, &c.

Unknown.
625. Questions in Love solved by the Love Casuist
626. On Novelty

Grove,

627. Letter to Zelinda from her Lover--his death Unknown.

628. On Eternity

Translation of Cato's Soliloquy

Bland.

629. Absurd Claims of Reward

Unknown.

630. Church Music recommended-improper Behaviour

in Church

Unknown.

631. On Cleanliness

632. Power of Numbers-Grotto Work-Verses on a

Grotto

Unknown.

633. On Oratory-Advantages from Christianity Pearce.

634. On aiming at Perfection

Unknown.

635. Enlargement of the Mind in a future State Grove.

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VOL. IX.

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