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Sir Roger de Coverley, and on his own situation STEELE
546 On dishonest dealing-Cibber's Heroic Daughter
-Letter on a generous benefactor . .-
Andrew Freeport on his retiring . • ADDISON
555 Farewell paper and acknowledgments of assist.
ance-Letter from the Academy of Painting • STEELE
565 On the nature of man--of the Supreme Being . ADDISON
cimen . . . . .
-The Whole Duty of Man turned into a libel
575 The present life preparatory to the happiness of
eternity . . .
tition of John a Nokes and Tom a Styles UNKNOWN
580 On the glories of heaven
ters from a lover and young lady . UNKNOWN
591 Questions and cases of love .
608 List of persons who demanded the flitch of bacon
-On antipathies Against embroidery
611 Letter from a lady insulted by her seducer-Re-
flections on the subject :
a lady marked by the small-pox
casuist—Custom of Enborne . .
625 Questions in love solved by the love casuist
in church . .
No. 544. MONDAY, NOV, 24, 1712.
Nunquam ita quisquam benè subducta ratione ad vitum fuit,
TER, Adelph. Act. v. Sc. 4.
No man was ever so completely skilled in the conduct of life,
as not to receive new information from age and experience : insomuch that we find ourselves really ignorant of what we thought we understood, and see cause to reject what we fancied our truest interest.
THERE are, I think, sentiments in the following letter from my friend captain Sentry, which discover a rational and equal frame of mind, as well prepared for an advantageous as an unfortunate change of condition,
Coverley-ha!!, Nov. 15, 'SIR,
Worcestershire. "I am come to the succession of the estate of my honoured kinsman, Sir Roger de Coverley; and I assure you I find it no easy task to keep up the figure of master of the fortune which was so handsomely enjoyed by that honest plain man. I