312 THE TATLER.

NUMBER CCXXX.

This TATLER, relating to the same Subject contained in the Letter to the Lord High-Treasurer, was thought proper to be prefixed to the said Letter. It is well known, that the Author writ several Tatlers, and some Spectators; and furnished Hints for many more. Particularly. The Tables of Fame, The Life and Adventures of a Shilling, The Account of England by an Indian King, and some others. But, as we are informed, be would never tell his best Friends the particular Papers.

Thursday, September 28, 1710.

From my own Apartment, Sept. 17.

THE following Letter hath laid before me many great and manifest Evils, in the World of Letters which I had overlooked; but they open to me a very busy Scene, and it will require no small Care and Application to amend Errors which