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Thu Oct 16 17:53:12 2014 UTClccn-n800448430.24Spectator club0.670.79The crisis: or, a discourse representing, from the most authentick records, the just causes of the late happy revolution: and the several settlements of the crowns of England and Scotland ... With some seasonable remarks on the danger of a popish successor. By Richard Steele, Esq22167754Richard_Steelen 80044843426828Bickerstaf, Isaak 1672-1729Bickerstaff, IsaacBickerstaff, Isaac 1672-1729Bickerstaffe, Isaac 1672-1729Edgar John 1672-1729Edgar, John 1672-1729 SirEdgar, John, Sir, 1672-1729Gentleman of the army.Gentleman of the army 1672-1729Mr Steele 1672-1729Myrtle Marmaduke 1672-1729R-d S-e 1672-1729 SirR-d S-e, Sir, 1672-1729S-e, R-d 1672-1729 SirS-e, R-d, Sir, 1672-1729Steele.Steele, .. 1672-1729Steele 1672-1729 MrSteele, Mr.Steele, Mr 1672-1729Steele, Mr. (Richard), 1672-1729Steele, R.Steele, R. 1672-1729Steele, R. 1672-1729 SirSteele, R. (Richard) 1672-1729Steele, R. (Richard), Sir, 1672-1729Steele, Richard 1672-1729Steele, Richard SirSteeli Riccardo 1672-1729lccn-n80051828Addison, Joseph1672-1719pbdrededttrllccn-n79107833Budgell, Eustace1686-1737viaf-69316196Blanchard, Raeothedtlccn-n50034401Aitken, George Atherton1860-1917edtlccn-n78096912Swift, Jonathan1667-1745lccn-n81047329Winton, Calhounedtlccn-n79097482Smith, G. Gregory(George Gregory)1865-1932edtlccn-n50042069Bond, Donald Frederic1898-1987edtlccn-n50039522Loftis, John Clyde1919-edtlccn-n50030908Dobson, Austin1840-1921edtSteele, RichardSir1672-1729PeriodicalsSourcesRecords and correspondencePamphletsFictionHistoryPortraitsAnecdotesNewspapersChurch historySteele, Richard,--Sir,Great BritainEnglish drama (Comedy)English essaysPolitical scienceAddison, Joseph,Christian lifeAuthors, EnglishJournalistsPoliticiansManners and customsEnglish dramaEnglish literatureEnglish drama--RestorationKings and rulers--SuccessionSpectator (London, England : 1711)Intellectual lifeEnglish periodicalsTatler (London, England : 1709)WomenEnglandConduct of lifeTheatre Royal, Drury Lane (London, England)Swift, Jonathan,France--DunkerqueEngland--LondonEmblem books, EnglishWomen--Conduct of lifeFranceDiplomatic relationsUnited StatesCanon (Literature)CriticismEnglish literature--Study and teaching (Higher)International relationsJacobite Rebellion (1715)EssaysMarlborough, John Churchill,--Duke of,Halifax, Charles Montagu,--Earl of,Steele, RichardChurch and stateTheaterDramatists, EnglishCriticism and interpretationNewspapersContemporariesEnglish wit and humorJohnson, Samuel,Hawkesworth, John,Journalism16721729169517001701170217041705170617071708170917101711171217131714171517161717171817191720172117221723172417251726172717281729173017311732173317341735173617371738173917401741174217431744174517461747174817491750175117521753175417551756175717581759176017611762176317641765176617671768176917701771177217731774177517761777177817791780178117821784178517861787178817891790179117921793179417951796179717981799180018011802180318041805180618071808180918101811181218131814181518161817181818191820182218231824182518261827182818291830183118321833183418351836183718381839184018411842184318441845184618471849185018511852185318541855185618571858185918601861186318641865186718681869187218741875187618771878187918801881188218831884188518861887188818891890189118921893189418951896189718981899190019011902190319041905190619071908190919101911191219131914191519161917191819191920192119221923192419251926192719281929193019311932193319341935193719381939194019411942194319441945194619471948194919501951195219531954195519561957195819591960196119621963196419651966196719681969197019711972197319751976197719781979198019811982198319841985198719881989199019911992199319941995199619971999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220139104615766624822.5AC4ocn000351912ocn008462865ocn643154210ocn643153524ocn082252752ocn040655530ocn832145461ocn832145443ocn832145490ocn592855045ocn459035457ocn759527622ocn762997472ocn762998051ocn762284868ocn759527668ocn762697609ocn759527665ocn763004073ocn759527662ocn864871393ocn833717812ocn833717831ocn833717853ocn460623227ocn185341018ocn460623233ocn472711017ocn832195227ocn456752136ocn073654513ocn073654433ocn879589341ocn459035862ocn458961185ocn822815508ocn0684235344610241ocn083521778file17220.74Steele, RichardThe conscious lovers A comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane, by His Majesty's servants. Written by Sir Richard Steele4152383ocn000244939book17100.66Addison, JosephThe SpectatorHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcPeriodicalsNewspapersPortraitsSourcesSatireAn amusing and informative record of English morals and manners in the early-eighteenth century3567226ocn645785675file17010.74Steele, RichardThe funeral; or, grief a-la-mode. a comedy, by Sir Richard Steele, adapted for theatrical representation, as performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden. Regulated from the prompt-book. By permission of the manager.Drama3321153ocn000306857book18500.53Addison, JosephThe Sir Roger de Coverley papersFictionSketches of the life of a likeable Worcestershire country gentleman, taken from the 18th century periodocal, 'The Spectator'+-+25840234353142200ocn000358902file17050.74Steele, RichardThe tender husband+-+64678239052819165ocn003014950file17010.74Steele, RichardThe Christian hero2780180ocn508906655file17100.74Steele, RichardThe Lucubrations of Isaac Bickerstaff Esq ; revised and corrected by the Author. Vol. IIHistoryPeriodicalsPortraitsSources1973122ocn000620738book17090.66Steele, RichardThe TatlerPeriodicals1889111ocn083483792file17040.77Steele, RichardThe lying lover or, the ladies friendship. A comedy. Written by Sir Richard Steele1471219ocn005517152serial18530.77The SpectatorPeriodicalsConcordancesNewspapersPortraitsIncludes: Appendix. Notes critical and explanatory, and: Index135981ocn083269797file17130.79Steele, RichardThe crisis: or, a discourse representing, from the most authentick records, the just causes of the late happy revolution: and the several settlements of the crowns of England and Scotland ... With some seasonable remarks on the danger of a popish successor. By Richard Steele, EsqPamphlets12516ocn044955470file19560.24Steele, RichardSpectator club1242143ocn000358899book17000.70Steele, RichardThe conscious loversSources122777ocn083469657file17220.74Steele, RichardThe dramatick works of Sir Richard Steele. Containing, The conscious lovers. The funeral. The tender husband. The lying loverPortraits112465ocn537526303file17140.79Steele, RichardThe ladies librarySupposedly a a collection of essays giving general rules for conduct in all the circumstances of the life of woman. Published by Sir Richard Steele, it resonates with "Victorian" attitudes concerning chastity, modesty and meekness77422ocn000358653book19440.63Steele, RichardTracts and pamphlets76510ocn000356843book19140.39Addison, JosephAddison and Steele: selections from the Tatler and the SpectatorHistoryPeriodicalsSources+-+454253585532464826ocn065324456file17130.79Steele, RichardThe importance of Dunkirk consider'd in defence of the guardian of August the 7th : in a letter to the bailiff of StockbridgeHistory6274ocn000160054book19710.56Steele, RichardThe plays of Richard Steele61439ocn083480527com17140.74Steele, RichardA letter to a Member of Parliament concerning the bill for preventing the growth of schism. By Richard Steele, esqHistoryChurch historyPamphlets10547ocn000684263book19340.56Connely, WillardSir Richard SteeleBiography8763ocn000358647book19640.56Winton, CalhounCaptain Steele; the early career of Richard Steele8427ocn001946501book19590.47Humphreys, A. RSteele, Addison, and their periodical essaysHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc80616ocn000449792book18890.63Aitken, George AthertonThe life of Richard SteeleBiography7177ocn000356853book18940.59Steele, RichardRichard SteeleCriticism, interpretation, etc6646ocn013322844book19520.66Loftis, John ClydeSteele at Drury LaneHistoryBiography6372ocn006762541book19800.59Addison and Steele, the critical heritageCriticism, interpretation, etc6292ocn008283077book19820.56Dammers, Richard HRichard SteeleCriticism, interpretation, etc6284ocn000087006book19700.59Winton, CalhounSir Richard Steele, M.P.: the later careerBiography6268ocn000359641book19610.59Goldgar, Bertrand AThe curse of party : Swift's relations with Addison and SteeleHistoryBiography6106ocn000031917book19410.63Steele, RichardThe correspondence of Richard SteeleSourcesRecords and correspondence60119ocn000058704book18860.53Dobson, AustinRichard SteeleBiographySir Richard Steele (1672 1729) was an Irish writer and politician who is best remembered as co-founder, with his friend Joseph Addison, of the magazine The Spectator . This engaging biography of Steele, part of the authoritative English Men of Letters series, is an invaluable resource for students of history and literature+-+31779539054671ocn011443845book19850.70Ketcham, Michael GTransparent designs : reading, performance, and form in the Spectator papersCriticism, interpretation, etc3939ocn083471866file17130.74Swift, JonathanThe first ode of the second book of Horace paraphras'd and address'd to Richard St--le, EsqAnecdotes38721ocn002010525book18050.79Drake, NathanEssays biographical, critical, and historical, illustrative of the Tatler, Spectator, and GuardianHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography3452ocn019555707book19900.79McCrea, BrianAddison and Steele are dead : the English department, its canon, and the professionalization of literary criticismHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc3156ocn187300665file17130.77Defoe, DanielThe honour and prerogative of the Queen's Majesty vindicated and defended against the unexampled insolence of the author of the Guardian: in a letter from a Country Whig to Mr. SteelePamphlets30610ocn083425043file17140.77Steele, RichardThe case of Richard Steele Esq; being an impartial account of the proceedings against him. In a letter to a friendPamphlets27011ocn508089570file17130.74Wagstaffe, WilliamThe character of Richard St-le, Esq ; with some remarks. By Toby, Abel's Kinsman ; or, according to Mr. Calamy, A.F. & N. in a letter to his godfatherPeriodicals2529ocn000267573book18650.77Montgomery, Henry RiddellMemoirs of the life and writings of Sir Richard Steele, soldier, dramatist, essayist, and patriot, with his correspondence, and notices of his contemporaries, the wits and statesmen of Queen Anne's timeBiographyRecords and correspondence+-+4542535855324+-+4542535855324Thu Oct 16 15:10:17 EDT 2014batch118003