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  1. The Spectator, Volume 1 Eighteenth-Century Periodical Essays by Sir Richard Steele, Joseph Addison, 2009-10-04
  2. Addison's Essays from the Spectator by Joseph Addison, 2001-02-23
  3. The Spectator, Volume 1 by Joseph Addison, Sir Richard Steele, 2010-08-26
  4. The Commerce of Everyday Life: Selections from The Tatler and The Spectator (Bedford Cultural Editions) by Joseph Addison, Richard Steele, 1998-04-15
  5. CATO: A TRAGEDY AND SELECTED ESSAYS by Joseph Addison, Christine Dunn Henderson, et all 2004-12-01
  6. Joseph Addison's Sociable Animal by Edward A. Bloom, 1971-06-01
  7. Selections from The Tatler and The Spectator (Penguin Classics) by Joseph Addison, Richard Steele, 1988-08-02
  8. The Sir Roger de Coverley Papers. From the Spectator, London: 1711-1712. by Joseph, Steele, Richard, and Budgell, Eustace. Addison, 1945
  9. The Poetical Works of Addison; Gay's Fables; and Somerville's Chase With Memoirs and Critical Dissertations,by the Rev. George Gilfillan by Joseph Addison, John Gay, et all 2009-10-04
  10. Joseph Addison and Richard Steele: A Reference Guide 1730-1991 (Reference Publication in Literature) by Charles A. Knight, 1994-10
  11. Selections From the Spectator of Addison and Steele by Joseph Addison, 2009-12-23
  12. Cato a Tragedy by Joseph Addison, 2010-05-22
  13. Cato by Joseph Addison, 2010-08-12
  14. Essays and Tales by Joseph Addison, 2010-07-06

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Joseph Addison (16721719), Biography. Works Praefatio (Preface) Englishtranslation Preface to Musae Anglicanae, published in 1692.
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Preface to Musae Anglicanae , published in 1692. It is debated whether Addison was the actual editor of the anthology and, thus, whether the preface is by his hand. The Latin text is also provided here Dedicatio Dedication English translation
Dedication of Addison's poem on the 1697 Treaty of Ryswick to Charles Montagu. The Latin text is also provided here Pax Gulielmi Auspiciis Europae Reddita Peace Returned to Europe by William's Auspices English translation
Poem on the 1697 Treaty of Ryswick, which ended the War of the Grand Alliance. Its signers were France on one side (under the leadership of Louis XIV) and England, Spain, and the Netherlands on the other (under William III). The Latin text is also provided here Barometri Descriptio A Description of the Barometer English translation
As in Thomas Bisse's description of a microscope and Henry Stephens' Experimenta Machinae Pneumaticae ab Honoratissimo D. D. Boylaeo Inventae about the vacuum pump, this poem follows a theme of discussing modern scientific advances in Latin verse. Addison's more serious treatment of the subject, unlike earlier poets who saw science as a source of popular fancies, served as a predecessor to true academic poetry on scientific subjects. The Latin text is also provided here Praelium Inter Pygmaeos et Grues Commissum The Battle Between the Pygmies and the Cranes English translation
  alternately titled Pygmaio-Geranomachia
Drawing the subject from a Greek legend, Addison also uses details from the Roman authors Pliny the Elder (

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    ( Rating: Review It 'We are always doing', says he, 'something for Posterity, but I would fain see Posterity do something for us.'
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    Cato. Act i. Sc. 1. ( Rating: Review It The dawn is overcast, the morning lowers, And heavily in clouds brings on the day, The great, the important day, big with the fate Of Cato and of Rome. Cato. Act i. Sc. 1. ( Rating: Review It 'Tis not in mortals to command success, But we'll do more, Sempronius,we 'll deserve it. Cato. Act i. Sc. 2. ( Rating: Review It Beauty soon grows familiar to the lover
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    9. Joseph Addison
    Joseph Addison. 16721719. Born May 1, 1672, Milston (near Amesbury), Wiltshire,England. Died June 17, 1719, Holland House, Kensington, England.
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    Born: May 1, 1672, Milston (near Amesbury), Wiltshire, England. Died: June 17, 1719, Holland House, Kensington, England. Buried: Westminster Abbey, London, England. Son of Lancelot Addison, some­time Dean of Lich­field and au­thor of De­vo­tional Poems , Joseph at­tend­ed the Char­ter­house, and Mag­da­len Col­lege, Ox­ford (B.A. 1691, M.A. 1693). Al­though in­tend­ed for the Church, he stu­died law and pol­i­tics, and soon at­tained, through powe­r­ful in­flu­ence, some im­port­ant posts. He was suc­ces­sive­ly a Com­mis­sion­er of Ap­peals, Un­der Sec­re­tary of State, Sec­re­tary to the Lord Lieu­ten­ant of Ire­land, and Chief Sec­re­tary for Ire­land. He mar­ried the Dow­ag­er Count­ess of War­wick in 1716. Addison is best known for his con­tri­bu­tions to the news­papers The Spectator (where his hymns ap­peared), The Tat­ler The Guard­ian , and The Free­hold­er . He al­so wrote the tra­ge­dy Cato Hymns:
  • How Are Thy Servants Blest, O Lord! Lord My Pasture Shall Prepare, The Spacious Firmament on High, The When All Thy Mercies, O My God ... When Rising from the Bed of Death
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    Joseph Addison Turner (18261868) Georgia. Poetry. Joseph Addison Turner, TheOld Plantation A Poem (Atlanta, Georgia Emory University, 1945). Writings.
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    Joseph Addison Turner is best known today, not for his own writings, but for his employment of another writer Joel Chandler Harris (1848-1908), author of the Uncle Remus stories. Harris worked for Turner in his early teen-age years as printer's devil for The Countryman , a country paper published during the Civil War years (1851-1866) by Turner at Turnwold , his Putnam County plantation near Eatonton, Georgia. Harris lived and worked at Turnwold Plantation from 1862 to 1866 and his first published writing was for Turner's The Countryman . Harris' fictional treatment of these years can be found in On the Plantation: A Story of a Georgia Boy's Adventures During the War (Sergeant Kirkland's Press, 1997). Harris would later write for the Atlanta Constitution and become a celebrated author.

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    Addison was born in Wiltshire, but soon after Joseph's birth his father was appointed Dean of Lichfield and the Addison family moved into the Cathedral Close. Joseph Addison was educated at Lichfield Grammar School. As a young man his literary fame grew rapidly and with his friend Richard Steele, he contributed essays to the 'Tatler' . His later work, the 'Spectator' , containing essays by himself, Steele, Pope, and others, is the most famous and influential of all 18th century magazines. Addison presented the philosophical and literary ideas of his time to a wide audience in an easy, graceful style. In Sir Roger de Coverley, the Tory country squire, Addison created one of the great English comic characters. As well as essays, Addison wrote poetry, political journalism, and a tragedy, 'Cato' , which was one of the most popular plays of its day. Like his fellow Lichfeldians, Johnson and Garrick, Addison is buried in Westminster Abbey.
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    English essayist, poet, and statesman, whose work, particularly in the periodicals The Tatler and The Spectator, strongly influenced 18th-century English taste and opinion. Addison was born on May 1, 1672, in Milston, Wiltshire, and educated at the University of Oxford, where he distinguished himself as a classical scholar and later became a fellow. In 1699 he was granted a government pension, which he used to travel through Europe. In 1704, about a year after his return to England, Addison was commissioned by the government to write a poem celebrating the British victory that same year at the Battle of Blenheim, in the War of the Spanish Succession. His composition, "The Campaign" (1705), was such an aid to the Whig party, which was then seeking control of the British government, that his position in both politics and letters was firmly established. From 1708 to 1710 Addison served in Parliament as a Whig. In 1709 he became a contributor to The Tatler, a periodical founded by his friend the essayist Sir Richard Steele. Two years later, Steele and Addison founded another periodical, The Spectator, for which Addison subsequently wrote the finest of his many essays. Addison's literary reputation reached its highest point in 1713, when his tragedy Cato was produced in London. It was translated into several languages, and such influential critics as the French writer and philosopher Voltaire pronounced it the finest tragedy in the English language. In the opinion of most critics today, however, this play, an artificial and undramatic work, was overestimated by Addison's contemporaries.

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    A woman seldom asks advice before she has bought her wedding cloths. Joseph Addison 'Tis not in mortals to command success;
    But we'll do more, Sempronius- we'll deserve it. Better to die a thousand deaths than wound my honor. A beautiful eye makes silence eloquent, a kind eye makes contradiction an assent, an enraged eye makes beauty deformed. This little member gives life to every part about us; and I believe the story of Argus implies no more, than the eye is in every part; that is to say, every other part would be mutilated, were not its force represented more by the eye than even by itself. Friendship improves happiness, and abates misery, by doubling our joys, and dividing our grief.
    Joseph Addison (1672-1719) - English essayist and poet A statue lies hid in a block of marble; and the art of the statuary only clears away the superfluous matter, and removes the rubbish. Good breeding shows itself most where, to an ordinary eye, it appears least.

    ADDISON In April 1713 Addison brought on the stage, very reluctantly, as we are assured, and can easily believe, his tragedy of Cato. Its success was dazzling; but this issue was mainly owing to the concern which the politicians took in the exhibition. The Whigs hailed it as a brilliant manifesto in favour of constitutional freedom. The Tories echoed the applause, to show themselves enemies of despotism, and professed to find in Julius Caesar a parallel to the formidable Marlborough. Even with such extrinsic aids, and the advantage derived from the established fame of the author, Cato could never have been esteemed a good dramatic work, unless in an age in which dramatic power and insight were almost extinct. It is poor even in its poetical elements, and is redeemed only by the finely solemn tone of its moral reflexions and the singular refinement and equable smoothness of its diction. That it obtained the applause of Voltaire must be ascribed to the fact that it was written in accordance with the rules of French classical drama. The literary career of Addison might almost be held as closed soon after the death of Queen Anne, which occurred in August 1714, when he had lately completed his 42nd year. His own life extended only five years longer; and in this closing portion of it we are reminded of his more vigorous days by nothing but a few happy inventions interspersed in political pamphlets, and the gay fancy of a trifling poem on Kneller's portrait of George I.

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    An Englishman who wrote in Latin.
    Tessera caerulea - commentariolum. Tessera rubicunda - nota textualis. Tessera virida - translatio PRAEFATIO LTERUM habes, erudite lector, Musarum Anglicarum volumen: sed illud et genuinum et authorum permissu impressum. Londinensi editori hanc laudem concedimus, ut poetarum famae dispendio sibi quaestum faciat; illis parum invidentes, qui opera adeo mutila et furtiva typis mandarunt, ut deformes partus aut non agnoverint ipsi parentes, aut agnitis erubuerint. Ista vero expolita iam et absoluta tibi non displicere confidemus, quae inchoata tantum et inculta humaniter acceperis.
    Fatendum est tamen opus hoc minus esse perfectum, quod nullis Cantabrigiensium exornetur carminibus. Illud vero infortunium nimiae potius ipsorum modestiae tribuendum est, quam nostris votis, qui praestantissima illorum poemata non semel frustra expectavimus. Eorum sane haud pauca summa cum voluptate legimus, quibus denuo recudendis praelum Sheldonianum (si ita visum fuisset auctoribus) non sine honore inservisset. Noluimus tamen alicuius scripta sese inscio in lucem immittere, ne invitis videremur donare famam, et nostro exemplo approbare, quod in Poetico Wellingtoni Examine redarguimus.

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    Hypertext edition by Dana F. Sutton.Category Arts Literature Authors A addison, joseph Works......The Latin Prose and Poetry of joseph addison. A hypertext edition. by. DanaF. Sutton. The University of California, Irvine. Posted October 18, 1997.
    The Latin Prose and Poetry of Joseph Addison A hypertext edition by Dana F. Sutton The University of California, Irvine Posted October 18, 1997 Modified version posted April 23, 1998 Table of Contents

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    Remarks on Several Parts of Italy
    The Tatler
    ( 1709 - 1711 ). Collaboration with Sir Richard Steele.
    The Spectator ( 1711 -1714 ). Collaboration with Sir Richard Steele. Selection On Line
    Notes Upon the Twelve Books of Paradise Lost ( 1719 ). Originally from Spectator
    The Guardian
    ( 1713; published as book, 1714. Collaboration with Sir Richard Steele.
    Cato: A Tragedy.
    . Edited by Walter Graham, Oxford, 1941.
    "Hymn" On Line

    Latin Prose and Poetry of J. A.
    English translation supplied.
    The Spectator Project
    Texts of Spectator and Tatler About Addison Peter Smithers, The Life of Addison . Oxford, 1954. Joseph Addison Criticism from Internet Public Library. Back to Restoration and Eighteenth Century

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