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461. Complimentary Letter to the Spec-
462. On pleasant Fellows-Pleasant Cha-
racter of Charles II. .
463. Weight of Wisdom and Riches, a
464. Mediocrity of Fortune to be preferred
465. Means of strengthening Faith
466. On the Advantages of Dancing .
467. On the Love of PraiseCharacter of
468. Death and Character of Dick Eastcourt STEELE
469. On Benevolence in official Situations ADDISON
470. Criticism--Specimen of various Read-
471. On religious Hope .
472. Proposal that the rich Sick should
assist the poor-on the Loss of Sight STEELI
473. Letters, on Affectation of Ignorance-
from a Poetical Lover-Specimen
of the Familiar .
474. Letter complaining of Country Man-
ners and Conversation
475. On asking Advice in affairs of Love ADDISON
476. On Method in Writing and Conver-
sation-Characters of Tom Puzzle
and Will Dry
477. Letter on Gardening ·
478, Proposal for a Repository of Fashions STEELE
479. Causes of Unhappiness in the mar-
480. Letters from a country Gentleman to
From a Lawyer's Clerk .
481. Opinions on the Dispute between
Count Rechteren and M. Mesnager ADDISON
482. Letters from Hen-peckt Husbands-
from a Woman married to a Cot-
483. On attributing our Neighbours' Mis-
fortunes to Judgements .
484. Letter and Reflexions on Modesty . STEELE
485. On the Power of insignificant Objects
-Character of a Templar in Love
486. Letter on Hen-peckt Keepers
487. Essay on Dreams
488. On the Price and Success of the Spec-
Epigram on the samé .
489. Meditations on the Wonders of the
Deep, with a Hymn
490. On Marriage_excessive Fondness
of Love ADDISON