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1751. INDEX to the ESSAYS, &c.
Seymour, Sir Edward, takes his feat in the Stockholm, advices from 479. See Sweden,

house of peers, as duke of Somerset 43 Stonehenge, a description of it 392 A
Shakespear, account of his lifo 150. His further account and description of it 464,
surprizing genius

465
Sheriffs appointed

42, 93

Street-walkers and bawdy.houses 128
Sheriffs for London and Middlesex, election Study, the mind improved by it 359

of 282, 330. They are sworn in 428 Subsidies to German princes, that affair
Simons, Henry, a Polish Jew, apprehend- confidered

579
ed and committed for perjury 473. Ac- Sugar colonies and northern colonies,
quitted
571 dispute between them

459
Sinking fund, account of the produce of it, Sully, duke de, letter to a friend with his
for 1750, &c.

295
memoirs

214
Smuggling, observations on, with its chief Summary of the most important affairs in
caure and cure

30

the laft fefsion of parliament 221- -293,
Soldiers, practice of the French and Swiss

264—369, 410--414, 457-461
in regard to them
587 Superstition, mischiefs of,

5
Soldiers, foreign, dangerous to liberty 102 Supply, resolutions of the committee of
Son of Sirach, fine pasage from him 406

366-368
Sons of the clergy, feast and collection for Surveying, a question in, proposed and

233 answered 125. Another 370. Two fó-
Soul, its immortality defended 507. That lutions of it

it is immaterial 508. And consequently Sweden, king of, his death 191. Orihe
immortal 5o9. That it is accountable succession to that crown 173. Decla-
for its conduet

509, 510 ration of the new king 176. His cath at
Southampton described

55
his coronation

599
South-sea company, general courts of, Swist, Dr. Jonathan, his life and charac-

their proceedings 42, 90, 91, Direc- ter, from the earl of Orrery's letters 483
tors chosen go. Their further proceed- Syllogisms proposed to the learned of both
ings, for dividing upon questions, &c. universities
1;8. For reducing the number of die

T.
rectors 185, 187. And chusing them
annually 234. Another general court AXES, a great discouragemeut to

331
the fishery

207
Spain, important advices from 95, 286, Telfin, count, conclusion of his speech to

335, 384, 575. Of the late treaty with the dyet of Sweden
that crown 443, 446, 447, 451, 452.

Thermomcters, a remark added to the ex.
Woollen manufa&ure carried on there tract concerning them

30
575

Thrasybulus, a true picture of human
Spaniards, of their visiting and searching weakness

437
ONI Tips

447, 45%

Tilts, tournaments and combating, the
Spirits, humble remonftrance and petition ancient custom of, very different from
of

that of duelling

243
Spirituousliquors, a letter from a gentleman Tobacco act paired 283. Account of it
in the country to his friend in London, 473. Reflections on it

516
being an affecting remonftrance against Toleration necessary, and a christian duty
them 125, 126. Substance of the new
bill for preventing the excessive use of Tower of London, a description of, with
them 269. See Gin-drinking.

its various curiorities

32
Stadtholderihip in Holland, history of it Trade, arguments against carrying it on
503 by a company with a joint stock

159
Staff-officers, &c. debate on the motion Trade of Holland, extracts from the late

for adding a clause to the mutiny bill prince of Orange's (cheme for restoring
in their favour 59-64, 105-112, 153

and improving it

556--558
-158 Tradescant's garden at Lambeth
Staffordshire, a description of

103 Trading companies, conduct and fate of
States General. See Holland.

ours compared with those of other nations
Stationers Almanack, explanation of 523

160
Stile, bill for allering ic brought in 92. Travels thro' Italy, curious remarks in
A concise but clear account of the dif.

461
ference between the old and new u16, Treason against the constitution as well as
117. The bill for altering it passed 235. against the crown

57
Abitra&t of it 240, Opinions of some Trebonius, C. his speeches in relation to
wiseacres upon it

906
the staff officers

59, 109
Appendix, 1754.

Trenchard,

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170

356

76

41

ment

377, 380

VAFER,

378

65

regency bill

INDEX to the Essays, &c. 1755.
Trenchard, Mr. his thoughts on govern- Wales, princess dawager of, the revenue

197 settled on her 140. Her answers to the
Trentham, lord, resigns

28% mellages of condolence from the lords
Trials, remarkable ones 42, 43, 330, 377, and commons 187. She is delivered of

379, 426, 570, 570 à princess 330. Address of the lord
Tring, tragical account of ducking a sup- mayor and aldermen on that occasion

pored witch there, till the was drowned 33i. Her birth day.day celebrated 523.
233. Thomas Colley tried, condemned See Regency Bill.
and executed for it

Wales, George prince of, his birth-day
Tu.key, important advices from 95, 143, celebrated 235. Cholen governor of.

527

the Free British Fishery 233. Speech
Tuscany, the clergy there ordered to bring made to him on that occasion, with his
in an account of their revenues 47

answer

234
V.

Wall, general, ambassador from the ca-
a picture of knavith fattery

tholick king
437 Wallingford described

247
Vagabords, two fhocking instances of Walpole, Hon. Edward, Esq; persons
them

found guilty of a conspiracy againft him
Vain fears, a caution against
275 330. They receive judgment

570
Vale of White Horse

227 E.
War, on the conduct of late

310
Valerius Corvus, M. his speech against the Ways and means, committee of, their re-

349

solutions for raising the supply 368, 369
Vanity, human, elegantly exposed, in the Weather at London on each day 46, 94,
story of some insects that live but a day 142, 190, 238, 285, 334, 383, 430,
24, 25

478, 526, 574
Venice, advices from

95, 335 Welch. See Jones.
Vera Cruz, rich cargo of 4 ships arrived West-Indies, dreadful hurricane there 522,
from thence at Cadiz
384

523, 569, 575,
Vesuvius, mount, a new eruption of 522. Westminster, petitions complaining of an
Further account of it

569 undue election and return for that
Virginia, a remarkable letter publised city 43. They are withdrawn 91. A

there 293 D. The Cherrokee Indians full account of the proceedings in that

audience of the governor there 600 affair 291—293, 364-366. A debate
Virtue, neceflity and amiableness of it 360 in relation to the high bailiff 393-40%
Virtuoso. See Quisquilius.

Westminster bridge, its doscription and die
United provinces. See Holland.

menfions 281. Quantity of stone in it
Voluntary motion

507 1330. The new road opened from it 575
Vows, a curious account of some 164. Westminster Journal, extracts from 43,

Difference between them and oaths 166 375, 198, 243, 371, 414, 503, 516
Voyage of life

I 22 Whale-fithesy of the Dutch this year 335
Urban's reflection, a proper answer to it White Herring Fithery. See British White

Herring Fishery.
Utrecht, treaty of, remarks in relation to it White Horse that gives name to a vale in

Berkshire
W.

Wickliffe, John, the famous Englith re.

former, an account of him
WALES, Frederick prince of, his Wickman, Mr. beheaded in Sweden 479
birth-day celebrated 43. His death 133. Wight, ise of, described

56 A.
Account of his issue ibid. Case of the Wiltshire, a description of 389-392
Black Prince compared with his 139. Winchester, described

55
His majesty's aniwers to the lords and Wind at Deal, on each day 46, 94, 142,
commons addresses of condolence on the

190, 238, 285, 334, 383, 430, 478,
occafien 140. Mourning for him ibid.

* 526, 574
Lord marshal's order for a general mourn- Windsor, and Windsor Castle described
ing ibid. Opinion of the phyficians and

246 E.
furgeons of the distemper that occafioned Winterbottom, Thomas, Esq; ele&ted lord
his death ibid. Of his death and charac- mayor of London 427. Sworn in 475
fer 174. Solemnity of removing his Witchcraft. See Colley, Osborne, and
erose from Leicester. house 18 5. Pro. Tring.
certion and ceremonial at his funeral Women of the town, unsertunate, a pro-
986. Inscription on his coffin ibid. A

posal for a charitable inftitution in their
lerrer concerning him 195. His cha- favour

264
faller when not ten years old, ibid. &c. Woollen manufacture carried on in Spain
Searned mourning for himn 282, 378.

575
Tlemcuining er.ded
427

Worcefter

402 E.

588

227 E,

W-

344 B.

1751 INDEX to the POETRY, .
Worcester, bishop of, a remarkable passage

Y.
in his dedication of his fermon, about EARLY bill of mortality

606
spirituous liquors & 3. He receives the
thanks of the common.council for his Young pretender, his rambles
sermon gl. More extracts from his de- Younger brother, remarkable case of 407
dication

113

of one

239

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137

136

568

89

F4by her fat marybon Gardens, free to

Beadyty, an ode, addreffed 1923

470

36

INDEX to the POETRY, 1751.
A.

Dublin canle, ode performed there on his
376 majesty's birth-day

519
Advice to a friend

183

E.
Advice to Mirs

87 LEGY written in a country church.
Advice from a matron to a young lady, yard 134. The epitaph
concerning wedlock

Epigrams

40, 88, 89, 182, 521
Alexas and Chloris, a long

183 Epilogue to Gil Blas 85. To Alfred, a
Alfred, a masque, prologue and epilogue masque 133. To Othello
to it
133 Epiltle to a friend

180
Amaryllis of Buchanan imitated, to a lady Epistle to a pupil in fickness

424.
at Paris

277

Epitaphs 135, 182, 424, 472, 568
Angels, to a young lady who desired some Every Man in bis Humour, prologue at its
lines on

566 revival
Apotheofis of Scriblerus
272, 273

F.
Arabel, a new song, set to musick 276 ALKNER, a sung
Ardelia, to her
B.
mufick

372

Farewel to Chloe, by a sea captain
lady
423 Farmer and the hare, a tale

472
Belinda, a long

39 February 16, being the birth-day of Mrs.
Belir.da, a quondam toast, verses on 424 C. D.

137
Birmingham, origin of

37 Fickle fair, a song set to musick
Birth day ode

579 Forsaken maid's complaint, a song set to
A Bon Repos, or the way to seep well 520 musick

84
The Bramin, extract from that poem 180 Friend, advice to a

183
Britain's felicity
88 Friend, epistle to a

18
Britain's ille, a new song, writ the day Friend to liberty, an ode, on reading it
after the demise of the prince of Wales,

276
and let to musick

152
Britannicus, to him, on his thoughts on IL Blas, prologue and epilogue to it
man's free agency, &c.

521

85. The opinion of the councl ac
C.

George's, &c. concerning that comedy
ANTERBURY, archbishop of, on 88. On the frequent repetition of the

his preaching a charity sermon at words devil and devilish in it 89
Bow church

232

Gin, the evil spirit
Care and generosity, a fable
472 A Gin-bottle, label for

88
Celia, to her

519 A Gin-drinker, epitaph on 88. Pi&ure
Chesterfield, to the earl of

40

of one
Chloe, to, Hor. lib. 1, ode 23, imitated Gin-shop, lines chalked on the Mutters 44

280 Gin fold bere, on reading that inscription
Chloe, a farewel to, by a sea captain 471 in chalk

137
Christmas-day, hymn for

566 Grandeur no true happiness, or the plea-
Confilium amicabile

fures of retirement

375
Cofter, Laurence, frít inventor of the art G-n-, the celebrated Miss, on seeing
of printing, to his memory 230

her picture

421
Country dances 37, 83, 133, 180, 228, Genn-gs, Mils, on her fi: It coming from

277, 325, 372, 421, 469, 518, 565 Ireland
Country church-yard, elegy written in one Gən-g, Miss, on the two celebrated

279
Cumberland, duke of, occasional verses on Gurney, Mr. to him, on his book of
him

229
fhort.writing

325
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INDEX to the POETRY.

1751
H-, Miss Py, verses on her 336
Heroines, or modern memoirs

135
Highland lafie, a new song, set to mulick

OS

CCASIONAL Prologue and epilogue
468
to Othello

136
Hobbinol, a long, set to musick

179

Occasional verses on the royal family 229,
Hunídon, Mr. Thomas, who died in a

230
voyage at the West-Indies, on his death Ode for the new year, in a dialogue be.
199 tween Fame and Virtue

41
Hymn for Christmas.day

566 Ode performed in Dublin cable on the
Hymn on the works of creation

603
king's birth-day

519
I.

QEconomy of human life, verses on
-s, Mils, of St. Tils, O--d, Old maid, epitaph on

472
on her several excellent poems 567 Orange, late prince of, on his death sos
Il meditante, being a hymn on the works Orphan, occasional prologue to it

604
of creation

603 Othello, occalional prologue and epilogue
Industry and genius, or the origin of Bir. to it
mingham, a table

37

P.
Invitation to dinner, from a discharged ALMER, Charles Godfrey, Efq; on
surgeon to a lieutenant of a man of war his death 568. His epitaph:

86 Parne, Dr. Verses on his death
Iphigenia, facrifice of, song in it, lei to

The Parting
mufick
420 A Pastoral ballad

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Trinh lallie, a new song, set to musick 228 Petrify'd city, description of

40
K.

Pickled herrings for ever, a new ballad 521
ING, occasional verses on

Pleatures of retirement

375
Porey, or lover's gift, a new song 32;
L,
Progress of learning

566
ADY, on a young one's admiring Prologue to Gil Blas 85. To Alfred, a

herself in a glass 421. On one who masque 133. To Othello 136. At the
defired some lines on angels

revival of Every Man in tis Humour 568.
Lavinia, to her

To the Orphan, when acted at Bath for
Learning, the progress of

566

the benefit of the General Hospital 604
Liberty regain'd, an ode, after Metastafio Pralm I. paraphrased

180
469

Pupil in sickness, an epistle to one 424
Linnet, on the death of a favourite one

473 UEEN's college, Oxford, verses from
Lover, to one who idolized his mistress

519

R.
Lover's gift

325
ATS and the cheese

326
Low, Miss Jenny, a celebrated beauty,
verses on her
423

182, 521, 567
M.
Retirement, the pleasures of

375
ALLY,

470 Rhyme, on the inconvenience of
Riches, the power of

409
to him, when in the decline of life, and Riddle, written in the reign of King
in a kind of reverie

27

Charles II, 280 Solution
Bledication on the works of creation 603 Rival, to a successful one

422
Morning walk, or benefit of exercise, on Roberts, Miss Polly, of L-, near Stroud,
seeing it in manuscript

182 in Gloucestershire, verfes on her 41
& Morosoph described 41. As prepared to R-, Mr. to him and his followers - 89
deliver his predictions concerning Scri. Romaine, the Rev. Mr. to him

325
blerus

272 Ross, Mr. Alexander, epitaph on him,
Mutual love, a new song, sung at Vaux, with an English translation
hall, by Mr. Lowe
327 Rover, a song set to mufick

132
N,

Royal family, occafional verses on 229,
ANNY of the hill, a new song 341

230
Necessary. house, veises on 279
Rural happiness

38
Nelly

184

S.
New-year, ode for

41 ACRIFICE of Iphigenia, song in
New-year's gift, to Mr. R. Williams,

420
executor to the late Mr. Morgan, of Scribleriad, extracts from 40, 41, 131,
Carmarthen Chire

47

227, 272, 273
News.publishers, a hint to

102 Short writing, to Mr. Gurney, on his
Heitinghamshire, to the Rev. MT. - in 421 book of

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INDEX of NAMES.
Society's pickled herrings for ever, a new Uncertainty of all sublunary enjoyments,
ballad
521 reflections on it

423
Soliloquy, by a gentleman on his birth day

w.
471

ALES, Frederick late prince of,
Songs, viz. Belinda 39. Damon and Chloe

a long wrote the day after his de-
137 The spring 181. Alexas and mile 152. On his death 182.' Occa.
Chloris 1830. Sung by Miss Stevenson in fional verses on 229. Part of a copy of
Vaux-hall Gardens 277. The posey, or verses in the Cambridge collection on his
lover's gift 325. What ails my heart death

280
127. Mutual love ibid. Nanny of the Wales, George prince of, occar.onal verses
hill 341.' On Mrs. Woffington's vifit to

229
Ireland 422. Society's pickled herrings Wales, princess dowager of, occasional
for ever 521. A paftoral ballad
565 verses on her 229. Verses to her

230
Songs set to mufick, viz. The fickle fair Walliæ principem nuper defuntum, in 230

36. The forsaken maid's complaint 84. Walmesley, Gilbert, Esq; epitaph on him
The rover 132. Britain's isle 152. Hob.

424
binol 179. The Irish lassie 228. Ara. Wedlock. See Advice.
bel 276. The happy couple 324. Sung Wells, Mr. sometime master of the Bear.
by Miss Falkner, at Marybon Gardens Garden, elegy on him

376
372. In the facrifice of Iphigenia 420. What ails my heart ? a long

327
The Highland laffie 468. Sung at Ma- Winchester college
rybon Gardens 517. Damon and Philo Toe Wish, by a gentleman in the Eart. In.
lis 564.

dies

232
Spring, a new fong

181 Woffington, Mrs. à song on her visit to
Storm raised by Æolus, at the request of Ireland 422. Her petition to his grace
Saturn, deícribed

40, 41
the lord lieutenant

604
Strip me naked. See Gin-drinker.

Woman, verses on

182
Summer's eve

374
Wonder and no wonder

40
Sun and cloud, a fable

89 Worlidge, Mr. to him, on seeing his beau.
Supreme Being, on the

182
tiful colle&ion of pictures

39
T.
Hirtieth of January, verses on 87

Y.
Th, Miss Nanny, of Hull,
verses to her

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one who appeared at a late masque.
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rade in a female dress

181
231 Younger branches of the royal family, oc.
The Virgin, a poem

casional verses on them

229
Virtue superior to all external charms, an Youth, on the death of a hopeful one,
ode

556

which occafioned his mother's distraction
Tbe Viron, written in humble imitation of
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373

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237 Angel

381

477 Anstey

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INDEX of NAMES to the MARRIAGES, BIRTHS,

Deaths, PROMOTIONS, &c. 1751.
A.
Amyand
237 Arkyns

45 Barrymore

573
CHESON 45 Amyand Pawlet 93, Atwood

236
Adams
380
525 Auger
284 Bateman

236
Agnew
236 Anderlon

283
B.

Bathurft 189, 284
Aikill

A , Rold

43 DACKWELL 524 Bayley
Abans, St. 333, 429, Anger

284
45, 141, 476 Beach

45
Albemarle 237, 333 Archer 2.37, 382, 4-6 Baltimore 189 Bearcroft

92
Alexander

189 Beauchamp 381
Allen

284, 382 Batkrupes 45,91,237, Beauchamp Proctor 44
Allett
281 Arnott

93, 525 333, 382, 429,525, Beaumont 141
Allgood

606 Bedford 189, 284
Allingham 382. Aliph, St. 14', 237 Banron

573
Althamson

429
Barbut
428 Bellfield

429, 476
Altree
2;6 Alkenhurst

45
Barker
381 Benyon

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Ancram
38 1 Askew

428 Bernard

427
Andree
476 Aftley

226 Barrington 284 Besborough 43
Amelia
189 Aston
423 Barrowoy

Bethel

525 Banks

477 Arnauld
477, 525 Arald

418 Arundell

284

237 Bell

525 Athbrook

524 Barnard

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