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THE SECOND EDITION,
CAREFULLY REVISED, AND ENLARGED WIT
SOLD IN PARIS,
BY FR. LOUIS, BOOK-SELLER,
No 6, SAVOIE STREET.
THE EDITOR'S ADVERTISEMENT.
No book was ever so much relished in England and most parts of Europe, as THE SPECTATOR chiefly written by ADDISON and STEELE.
Each discourse was at first printed separately like a news-paper, and some sold even to the astonishing number of twenty thousand in a day.
We must nevertheless own that, notwithstanding the eminent worth of THE SPECTATOR, few people have patience enough to read entirely eight large volumes, that may otherwise be only dipped into, each chapter being on particular and various