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Proper names have usually been corrected , particularly if the correct form appears in other portions of the Spectator or in the 8vo and 12mo reprints : thus Cataline has been changed to Catiline ( No . 55 ) , Sidenam to Sydenham ( No .

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A weekly review of politics, literature, theology, and art.

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I am , whose letter I now insert , are so frequent , sir , your most obedient humble servant , that I cannot want compassion so much as • CLYTANDER . ' to forbear laying it before the town . There • To his Worship the Spectator . is ...

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papers , fent with a design ( as no one will doubt when they are published ) that they might be printed entire , and without any alteration by way of Spectator . I must acknowledge also , that I myself , being the first projector of the ...

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SPECTATOR , • Since there are scarce any of the arts and sciences that have not been recommended to the world by the pens of some of the professors , masters , or lovers of them , whereby the usefulness , excellence , and benefit ...

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The leaflets and other publications of which Mr. Nash is the author, and The Spectator Company the publishers, are now regarded by company officials, agents and life insurance men generally as being business builders and business ...

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THE PUBLICATIONS OF CHARLES 86 EDWIN LAYTON THE SPECTATOR COMPANY are the sole agents in the United States for the old-established aud well-known house of CHARLES ...

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Dog Stories from the Spectator

Spectator. THE DOG AND THE FERRY . [ April 4 , 1885. ] READING from time to time many pleasant anecdotes in the columns of the Spectatorwhich , by the way , I receive as regularly , and read as eagerly , as when resident in England many ...

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Valuable to Every Life Insurance Office THE SPECTATOR ~ HANDY GUIDE To Standard and Special Life Insurance Contracts, Premium Rates and Actuarial Tables Useful to the Life Underwriter Ready about May 15th, annual-l_y, this completely ...

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The beloved disciple , whom I take to be the right of the two first figures , has in his countenance wonder drowned in love ; and the last personage , whose back is towards the spectators , and his side towards the presence , one would ...

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The Beauties of the Spectator Tatler and Guardian by Addison Steele and Other Eminent Writers Or A Collection of the Most Valuable Pieces

... he drew out an handful of little packets , each of which he informed the spectators was constantly sold at five shillings and six - pence , but that he would bate the odd five shillings to every inhabitant of that place : the whole ...

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The Works of Joseph Addison The Spectator no 1 314

Not to be tedious , there is scarce spectators more than any other , as it dis- any emotion in the mind which does not covers on a sudden an infinite number of produce a suitable agitation in the fan ; incupids , garlands , altars ...

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The Spectator

A weekly review of politics, literature, theology, and art.

The Spectator

A weekly review of politics, literature, theology, and art.

The Spectator Book of Wit Humour and Mischief

The Spectator Book of Wit, Humour and Mischief collects some of the magazine's drollest contributions of the past twenty-five years, bringing a sharp eye to bear on the strangenesses of modern life.

The Spectator Book of Wit  Humour and Mischief

Approaching its 200th birthday in the rudest of health, the Spectator is known for the quality of its writing and the deep eccentricity of some of its writers. Given the freedom to say what they want, they take that freedom and more, and the result is original, provocative, often very funny, sometimes plain wrong. From Jeffrey Bernard's reports from the Soho frontline and Auberon Waugh fulminating about hamburger gases in the early 1990s, we encounter in turn the wild stream of consciousness of Deborah Ross's restaurant reviews, the pinpoint etiquette advice of Mary Killen, Rod Liddle's frothing but elegantly sculpted outrage and the magazine's secret weapon, low life adventurer Jeremy Clarke. This bumper selection, which also includes eminent diarists, mad letter-writers and Boris Johnson, amounts to a masterclass in comic writing, lovingly compiled and edited by Marcus Berkmann, who still can't believe he wrote a monthly pop column for the magazine for twenty-eight years without being fired.

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The Spectator: Emerging Discourses brings together a distinguished coterie of international scholars who take a fresh look at this influential eighteenth-century English periodical.

The Spectator

The Spectator: Emerging Discourses brings together a distinguished coterie of international scholars who take a fresh look at this influential eighteenth-century English periodical. Taking advantage of the insights provided by such critical perspectives as new historicism, postcolonialism, psychology, postmodernism and cultural studies, and by such theorists as Michel Foucault and Jurgen Habermas, the scholars represented herein offer new insights into The Spectator's relation to the changing society that influenced it-and that it in turn influenced.

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Reproduction of the original: The Spectator by Joseph Addison, Richard Steele

The Spectator

Reproduction of the original: The Spectator by Joseph Addison, Richard Steele

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