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SPECTATOR.

VOL. III.

N° 170. Friday, September 14. 1711.

In amore hec omnia infunt vitia: injuria,
Suspiciones, inimicitia, inducia,
Bellum, pax rursum

Ter. Eun.

to a V PON looking over the Letters of my fea

male Correspondents, I find several from
Women complaining of jealous Husbands,
and at the same Time protesting their own

Innocence; and defiring my Advice on
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this Occasion. I shall therefore take this
Subject into my Consideration; and the more willingly,
because I find that the Marquiss of Hallifax, who in his
Advice to a Daughter, has instructed a: Wife how to be.
have her self towards a false, an intemperate, a cholerick,
a füllen, a covetous or a filly Husband, has not spoken one
Word of a jealous Husband.

FEALOUSY is that Pain which a Man feels from
the Apprehension that he is not equally beloved by the Per-
fon whom he entirely loves. Now, because our inward
VOL. III.

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