The Sir Roger de Coverley Papers
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The Sir Roger de Coverley Papers

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  • THE SIR ROGER DE COVERLEY PAPERS
    • PREFACE BY THE GENERAL EDITOR
    • PREFACE
    • CONTENTS
    • INTRODUCTION
      • I. Steele and Addison
      • II. The Tatler and The Spectator
      • III. The Sir Roger de Coverley Papers
      • BIBLIOGRAPHY
      • Chronological Table
    • I. Steele and Addison
    • II. The Tatler and The Spectator
    • III. The Sir Roger de Coverley Papers
    • BIBLIOGRAPHY
    • Chronological Table
    • I. THE SPECTATOR
    • II. THE CLUB
    • III. SIR ROGER'S CRITICISMS ON POLITE SOCIETY
    • IV. THE CLUB AND THE SPECTATOR
    • V. A LADY'S LIBRARY
    • VI. COVERLEY HALL
    • VII. THE COVERLEY HOUSEHOLD
    • VIII. WILL WIMBLE
    • IX. THE COVERLEY ANCESTRY
    • X. THE COVERLEY GHOST
    • XI. SUNDAY WITH SIR ROGER
    • XII. SIR ROGER IN LOVE
    • XIII. HOW TO BEAR POVERTY
    • XIV. LABOUR AND EXERCISE
    • XV. SIR ROGER GOES A-HUNTING
    • XVI. THE COVERLEY WITCH
    • XVII. SIR ROGER TALKS OF THE WIDOW
    • XVIII. MANNERS IN THE COUNTRY
    • XIX. SIR ROGER AT THE ASSIZES
    • XX. THE EDUCATION OF AN HEIR
    • XXI. WHIGS AND TORIES
    • XXII. WHIGS AND TORIES.—Continued
    • XXIII. SIR ROGER AND THE GIPSIES
    • XXIV. THE SPECTATOR DECIDES TO RETURN TO LONDON
    • XXV. THE JOURNEY TO LONDON
    • XXVI. SIR ROGER AND SIR ANDREW IN ARGUMENT
    • XXVII. SIR ROGER IN LONDON
    • XXVIII. SIR ROGER IN WESTMINSTER ABBEY
    • XXIX. SIR ROGER AT THE PLAY
    • XXX. WILL HONEYCOMB'S EXPERIENCES
    • XXXI. SIR ROGER AT VAUXHALL
    • XXXII. DEATH OF SIR ROGER
    • XXXIII. CAPTAIN SENTRY AS MASTER OF COVERLEY HALL
    • NOTES
      • I. The Spectator
      • II. The Club
      • III. Sir Roger's Criticisms on Polite Society
      • IV. The Club and the Spectator
      • V. A Lady's Library
      • VI. Coverley Hall
      • VII. The Coverley Household
      • VIII. Will Wimble
      • IX. The Coverley Ancestry
      • X. The Coverley Ghost
      • XI. Sunday with Sir Roger
      • XII. Sir Roger in Love
      • XIII. How to bear Poverty
      • XIV. Labour and Exercise
      • XV. Sir Roger goes A-Hunting
      • XVI. The Coverley Witch
      • XVII. Sir Roger talks of the Widow
      • XVIII. Manners in the Country
      • XIX. Sir Roger at the Assizes
      • XX. The Education of an Heir
      • XXI. Whigs and Tories
      • XXII. Whigs and Tories—Continued
      • XXIII. Sir Roger and the Gipsies
      • XXIV. The Spectator decides to return to London
      • XXV. The Journey to London
      • XXVI. Sir Roger and Sir Andrew in Argument
      • XXVII. Sir Roger in London
      • XXVIII. Sir Roger in Westminster Abbey.
      • XXIX. Sir Roger at the Play
      • XXX. Will Honeycomb's Experiences
      • XXXI. Sir Roger at Vauxhall
      • XXXII. The Death of Sir Roger
      • XXXIII. Captain Sentry as Master of Coverley Hall
      • FOOTNOTES
    • I. The Spectator
    • II. The Club
    • III. Sir Roger's Criticisms on Polite Society
    • IV. The Club and the Spectator
    • V. A Lady's Library
    • VI. Coverley Hall
    • VII. The Coverley Household
    • VIII. Will Wimble
    • IX. The Coverley Ancestry
    • X. The Coverley Ghost
    • XI. Sunday with Sir Roger
    • XII. Sir Roger in Love
    • XIII. How to bear Poverty
    • XIV. Labour and Exercise
    • XV. Sir Roger goes A-Hunting
    • XVI. The Coverley Witch
    • XVII. Sir Roger talks of the Widow
    • XVIII. Manners in the Country
    • XIX. Sir Roger at the Assizes
    • XX. The Education of an Heir
    • XXI. Whigs and Tories
    • XXII. Whigs and Tories—Continued
    • XXIII. Sir Roger and the Gipsies
    • XXIV. The Spectator decides to return to London
    • XXV. The Journey to London
    • XXVI. Sir Roger and Sir Andrew in Argument
    • XXVII. Sir Roger in London
    • XXVIII. Sir Roger in Westminster Abbey.
    • XXIX. Sir Roger at the Play
    • XXX. Will Honeycomb's Experiences
    • XXXI. Sir Roger at Vauxhall
    • XXXII. The Death of Sir Roger
    • XXXIII. Captain Sentry as Master of Coverley Hall
    • FOOTNOTES
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