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381. CHEERFULNESS preferable to Mirth Addison
Faults. . .
ter of Acasto-Art of being Agree-
able in Company
Atheists in general
1393. Reflections on the Delights of Spring ADDISON
with Men in Power
Fair Sex . . .
an unnatural Mother—from a mar-
dutifulness of Nephews .
on the Death of the King of France ADDISON
of private Life-Translation of a
Lapland Song .
409 Characteristics of Taste .
410. Adventures of Sir Roger de Coverleg
with a Woman of the Town-Trans..
lation of a Chapter in Canticles
422. On Raillery-Characters of Callis-
thenes, dcetus, and Minutius
studied Addresses of Surephon and
425. Beauties of the Evening.–Vicissitudes
of Night and Day, a Drama. UNKNOWN
428. Various Subjects proposed for Spe-
Memorials presented . .
proper freedoms of married People
Richard and Sabina Rentfree
History of a male Republic .
in one Person-female Equestrians
436. A Visit to the Bear Garden
-442. The Author's Address to his Corre-
spondents-Thesis proposed .
Venice Advice to the trading
448. On breach of Promises—coming late
to Dinner-Quarrel between Will
Trap and Stint.
sion of Gladiators