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THE SPECTATOR, by Joseph Addison, edited with critical and explanatory notes by George Washington Greene, in two volumes, this is volume I only, printed in 1875. This item is a book of 5” by 7 ¾” 589 page hardcover copy. NOTE: This item is in ROUGH conditionwith soiling, rubbing and scuffing of the covers, the corners are a little bit bumped, there is one sticker with the previous owner’s name and the pages are coming loose from the binding but are still attached, I have not seen any writing on the book. Chapters include:introductory remarks, the spectator’s account of himself, of the club-sir roger de coverley-the templar-sir Andrew Freeport-captain sentry-will honeycomb- the clergyman, public credit, a vision, on the absurdities of the modern opera, popular superstitions, letters on masquerades, account of various clubs, the uses of the spectator, customs of telling stories of ghosts to children, and much, much more. Thanks for Looking. L3DON’T FORGET TO CHECK OUR STORE, WE HAVE A GOOD SELECTION OF BOOKS AND VINTAGE POSTCARDS FOR A VERY GOOD PRICE AND WE SELL BOOKS BY LOTS TOO. Powered by eCRATER . List your items fast and easy and manage your active items.