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Good fortune, the ready path to it.....

202 JACK SPRUCE made half mad with a smile....... 56
Goodly, (lady) her fondness for her children... 235 Jack Such-a-one, what sort of men pass under that
Good nature, an essential quality in a satirist.. 242

title..

206
Good-natured old man, the best companion

45 Jacks, (Harry) why he deserved a statue...............
Good will and charity, the basis of society.

219 Jambee the best sort of canes.....
The quintessence of conversation...
45 Janglings, matrimonial..

149, 150
Grammar, not rightly taught ...

23+ Idiots, an inquiry concerning an idiot put the city of
Grandeur, wherein it truly consists .

170 London in great consternation...
Great Britain particularly fruitful in religion

257 Distinguished from politicians
Great men, behaviour of some of them to their de- Idleness, more destructive than the plague...

97
pendents...
196 Idolatry, in what manner inverted..

197
Apology for their manner of bestowing favours...... 168 Jealousy, her garments, complexion, and office....... 10
Greatness of mind, wherein it consists..
103 Jervase, (Mr.) a great painter...

7
Greenhat, (Obadiah) his criticism upon Mr. Bicker- Jester distinguished from a flatterer...
staff....
59 The richest generally the best jester ......

925
Bir Humphrey, a candidate for alderman, his expe- Jesuits, account of their discipline...

168
dient to prevent bribery
74 Jliad put into an exact journal

6
Character of the Greenhats, and their relation to Imagination, the most active principle of the mind .. 98
the Staffs..

59 Immortality, two kinds of it..
Greenhouse described

179 Imperceptibles, natural history of them
Grief, the benefit of it...

181 Imperfection, what idea that word should convey 216
Grogram, (Jeffery) his petition for interment...

106
Impudence, compared with absurdity

168
Guardeloop, (Mons.) tie French tailor, married.. 7 Incest in drunkenness.

952
Guicciardini ihe historian, a prolix author
264 Incense, (Mr. Ralph).

270
Guilt applies the satires....
41 Inconstancy described by Hamlet...

(106)
Gunner and gunster distinguished ...
88 Incumbent distinguished from a landlord...

169
Gunster in conversation, who to be so accounted..

Indenture of marriage drawn up by Mr. Bickerstaff.. 199
Gyges, his invisible ring allegorically applied.....138, 139 Indian kings, their return to the civilities of their
The use Mr. Bickerstaff made of it.....
243 landlord...

171

Indibilis' wife restored by Scipio
HALL, sergeant, his letter to his comrade...

87 Indolence turned into philosophy
Hamlet, various observations and criticisms on that Industry, knights of....

73
character
35, 71, 106 Infidels how to be punished...,

139
Hammar, disputes between Protestants and Papists Initial letters, on a tomb-stone

201
there...
6 Injuries, scales for weighing them..

250
Hammond, (John) recovery of his watch....
124 Innocence, its safest guard....

278
Handkerchief, religious, much worn in England... 187 Inquietude, natural, how cured..

202
Hannibal, the Carthaginian, his speech on being re- Insipids, who to be accounted..
called from Italy.

187 Instructions to Vanderbank, remarks on that poem..
Hannibal, (sir) death and funeral of.
115 Insurrections in Poitou and Marseilles

6
Hanover, elector of, remonstrance of his minister to Invention to have one's name concealed

15
the council at Ratisbon
2 Inventory of playhouse goods..

42
Signifies bis intentions to the imperial court...

Jointures, the mischievous effects of..

199, 229
Happiness, where the foundation must be placed 251 Jonson, (Ben) his manner of writing.
Hard words exploded.....
58 Joseph the patriarch, his history

293
Harpsichord, its music applied to conversation.. 153 Journal of Homer's Iliad.....

6
With what instrument joined...,
157 Journey to the Land's End.....

192
Hart, the player, an ostentation of his.

138 Ithuriel, the use Mr. Bickerstaff made of his spear.. 237
Hassock, dispute concerning one.

259 Juno her method to regain Jupiter's affection. 147
Hats, makers of, their petition against laced hats .... 270 Justice of Lewis le Grand compared to that of game-
Hautboy, in a female concert

159
sters

26
Matched with the harpsichord..

157
Juvenal, account of, and his writings.....

242
Hawksby, his raffling shop
59 Ix, antiquity of that family....

95
Hercules, Prodigus', allegory concerning him... 97
Hero, how distinguished from a plain honest man.. 98 KETTLF.DRUM, instrument in a female concert,
Heroic virtue, wherein it consists.....
202 matched.

157
Heydey, (Jack) whom he reduced
56 Kidney, master of St. James' coffee-house..

69
Hippocrates, the character of a generous physician.. 78 Kings, wicked, how punished in a future state

156
Historians, usefulness and variety of....

117, 1967
Kit, that instrument matched..............

157
Historical paintings, the great advantage of them..... 209 Knaves proved fools.......

40
Holt, lord chief justice, his integrity..

14 Knights of the industry, their designs on a young
Homer, his description of a future state .......
159 heir....

73
Indiscreet in his epithets......
6 Knockers, exercise of them laught........

105
His Iliad, in a journal..

6
Honest fellows described

45
LABOUR for the public unsuccessful..

67
Honesty as necessary in conversation as in commerce.. 219 Ladies, treating them in organ lofts censured.. 61
Honour, the seat oft

202 Their trifling endearments give us mean ideas of
Described...

101
their souls...

10
Court of ...

250, 253, 256, 262, 265 A lady thankful to her husband for curing her fits.
Horace, his excellencies
173 A young lady enchanted by an old rake..

29
Some account of him and his writings
242 Lalo, (colonel) killed...

6+
Hornpipe, Lancashire, its part in a female concert ... 157 Lamb, a modern diet...

148
Horror described by Shakspeare....

90 Landlord distinguished from an incumbent.... 169
Humanity inspired by the muses...
98 Landlord, Alexander, his laconic love-letter...

74
No true greatness without it

98 Langham, (Dr.) the astrologer, his peculiar generosity 174
Human nature considered in its true dignity
87 Laughter, what, and when becoming..

43
Humdrum, who
264 A weighty affair

63
Project for extirpating such ..

268
The distinguishing faculty in man......

63
Humphrey, (squire) bubbled at Bath
65 Occasioned by scorn ...

63
Trelooby, his complaint against a sexton at Saint Iminoderate, a sign of pride.....

47, 63
Paul's

241 Laura, her perfections and excellent character.... 54
Hunger, how to be satisfied
205 Law, case of, answered

190
Hunters, a meeting of them described
37 Lazy, (lady) described

248
Husbandman, his pleasures next to those of a philo- Learning, what it is, and what it is not.........
sopher
233 Only improves nature...

58
Husbands, qualities necessary to make good ones ..... 104 Le Brun's battle of Porus, its effects
Miseries of a bad husband....

149 Legacy, Noy's, to reclaim his son
What makes a man an ill husband
149, 150 Leisure, how to employ it innocently

112
Sullen husband as bad as a foolish one........... 149 Letters, directions for writing them

90
Hush-money demanded ......

26 Should be the produce of the place, instanced in one
Hussars, civil and mild, who..
56 from Switzerland

93
Hymnen, the god of marriage, a guard at the temple Penny-post, sent as reprimands....

67
of virtuous love
120 Levity, her post in the temple of Hymen..

.... 1:20
liying to the Supreme Being..

119 Lewis XIV. answer of his subjects to his letter....... 19

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Libels, panegyrics may be turned into them......

177
Libellers censured...

92
Distinguished from satirists

92
Liberty, its region described..

161
Library, female...
Lie, a pernicious monosyllable.

256
Life, how to be considered..

190
Lightning in operas, of what it must be made.. 137
True perfumed, where sold.....

137
Lights well disposed enlarge the thoughts ............ 10N
Lillie, Charles, his letter and petition..

92
Recommended.....

.92, 94
Catalogue of his wares.

...94, 101
His presents and licence ..........

94
His reports .....

250
Ordered to prepare blank licences..

103
Limberham, the keeper...

49
Linendrapers, tried in the court of honour..

959
Of Westminster, their petition...

215
Lisander and Corinna, a married couple, reckoned
dead.....

54
Literature, the proper effects of it

197
Living men, who

96
Lizard, that friendly animal compared to a satirist 84
Lloyd's Coffee house, proposals thence..

268
London in a great consternation ...

40
Cries of, compared with Italian operas

4
London Cuckolds, a comedy, a heap of vice and ab-
surdity

8
Long, (major) advertisement from his wine vaults.... 147
Long heads, who ......

191
Lordship, on what occasion that appellation proper.. 211
Lorio, a lover, character of....

91
Lotius had rather be esteemed religious than devout 211
Lottery, reflections on..

124, 174
A bass viol to be disposed of by way of

166
Love, founded on reason and choice

82
A general concern ...

5
The most effectual cure for it...

47
Sentiments of it the same in all ages..

90
Inseparable from esteem....

206
How to judge aright in it..........

247
Has nothing to do with state .....

119
Distinguished from lust.

49
Its effects and cure .....

47, 107
The effect of disappointments therein

185
Changes the natural man...

4, 10
Life insipid without it....

90
A mixture of pleasure and pain.

. 90, 95
Allegory, of its history by Plato...

90
Complained of by Diana Doubtful
Illustrated..

95, 150
Criminal, some account of the state of it.....

49
Letters, by Cynthio

35
Directions for writing them...

30, 139
Between Mr. Bickerstaff and Maria

83
Found in a grave..

104
Loremore, a happy husband..........

150
Lovers, the band of ...

120
Lucia, a rival to her mother...

200
Lucretia, her story, merit, and character.. 84, 117
Why excluded the temple of Fame

84
Lucubrations of Mr. Bickerstaff, design of them...... 50
Lust, in whom virtuous love......

100
Temple of.....

120
Lute, the part it bears in a concert or conversation,

...153, 157
Lydia, the character of, a coquette...

126
Lysander, disturbed in his solitude..

215
MACBETH, a scene in

(68
Machiavel, author of a mischievous sect

186
An office suited to him in a vision...

123
Madmen, who, whither sent by the Romans ......... 125
Difference between them and fools

40
An editice intended for their reception and cure, 125, 174
Madness, the first symptoms thereof..

174
Chiefly occasioned by pride..

127
Madonella, her scheme....

63
Account of a revolution in her platonic nunnery.... 32
Mævius writes verses in commendation of his own
works .....

91
Maids of honour, their breakfast in queen Elizabeth's
time.....

148
Maintenon, (madam) her letter to Mons. Torcy on

19
Makebate, (Elizabeth) trial of...

259
Male coquette, his bed-equipage described

243
Widow-hood considered..

114
Man, the middle link between angels and brutes...... 134

A creature made up of different extremes... JOR
The only imperfect creature in the universe

246
Mandeville, (sir John) some of his remains ...

954
Maria, account of the loss of her lap-dog....

47

28

Maria, distracted in her choice between a man of

and a man of fortune...
Marinus, a good sea officer, exposed to a fellow of tire 61
Marlborough, (John) duke of, his merit.....

5, 8, 18, 46, 55, 64, 66, 130, 137
Marriage described ....

The safest and happiest state this world affords.....
An account of marriage from experience.... 150
The caprices and hazards attending a married state

... 192, 199
Marriages, from what proceeding ......79, 198, 192, 223
How men's minds and humours may be changed
thereby....,

75
Table of marriage.....................

157
Epigram on...

40
Verses on, from Milton
Two ladies desire to marry the same man to prevent
parting..

60
Settlements, by whom introduced
III consequences attending them ...........

233
A proposal for regulating them
A settlement drawn up by Mr. Bickerstaff.
Often overlook their enjoyments.....
Rendering it cheap discourages vice....
Marrow-bone and cleaver, modern instruments of
music..

153
Marseilles, account of an insurrection there

13
Martius' character of an unlearned wit...

58
Masquerade, a lady in danger of her life for being
left out of one....

146
Matchlock, (major) a member of the Trumpet Club.. 132
Mathematical sieve to sift impertinencies

51
May-Fair, the downfall of, reduced the price of curio-
sities..

20
Mechanics in learning

173
Melancholy, the delight of men of knowledge and
virtue

89
Men, wherein they may distinguish themselves..... 97
In love, always poetical..

27
or sense the women's hurnble servants

37
Mercer, who could not enjoy a thousand pounds a
year ....

. 66
Merit, obscure should be produced to public view...81, 87
Merry fellows described

45
Messalina, a professed mistress of mankind..
Microscopes, their use....

119
Military achievements of London...
Millenium, when to commence

49
Milton and Suckling, in a parallel case, show the duty

of man in love.....
Of Eve's pleasure in the society of Adam .......
Miners, who so in conversation ....
Minucio's spirit of contradiction...

171
Minor, (Tom) the pantomime...

51
Mirtillo, the ogler, interview with Flavia..

145
Misery in families, whence it mostly arises..

100
Mite, dissection of one...

119
Modely, (Tom) his knowledge of the fashion......... 165

Head of the order of insipids..
Modest men distinguished from modest fellows 58
Modesty described
Different in men and women..

59
The chief ornament of the fair sex.......

84
Its advantages in men...

60
Monarchy, the genius thereof described.

101
Monoculous, a sharper...
His reflections on Africanus..

36
Monosyllables, a disgrace to the English language.... 230
Mons invested...

.62, 76
Taken....
Montpelier compared to Anticy ra......
Mopsa, her good fortune in the lottery prognosticated 124

Letter to hicr....
In great danger of her life for being left out of the
masquerade

146
Morphew, (John) appointed Mr. Bickerstatt's cham-

ber-keeper
General of the dead men...
Morning described by Milton ......

163
The beauties of ...
In town, described
Moveables of the playhouse, sale of them frustrated.. +
Mountebanks, their artifices to ensnare the vulgar... 90
Mourning, a proper dress for a beautiful lady.

151
Music cures the spleen..

47
Mutton, the food of our hardy ancestors.
Myrmidons, their history

56
NAB, (Ralph) haberdasher of hats, his petition.
Naked Truth, a dangerous pamphlet........

17
Nassau, Count Maurice of, killed

910
Prince of, his gallantry

09
Naturalization act, its advantages....
Nature, its prevalency

172

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Nestor, a great but too modest architect .
52 Pedants, of several classes

158
Newman, Richard) indicted by major Punto in the In what light to be considered...

158
court of honour...
256 Pedantry coinpared to hyprocrisy

165
Newspapers burtful to weak heads

178 Pendergrass, (sir Thomas killed....
Writers in a panic

19 Penkethman, the comedian, compared with Mr,
The shifts they are put to....

19, 42 Bullock.
Chelsea College proposed for them

18 Relation of the progress of his company to Green-
Nice, (Will) a fop...

14 wich
Nicolini, (Signor) his excellencies on the stage.......

Sale of his animals at May Fair

20
Night, longer formerly in this island than at presente Penny-post letters sent as private reprimands.. 67
No, when to be used by young people...

83 Perhaps, when that word betrays decay of affection.. 53
Nobilis declared to be no rake
27 Persecution, an attendant on Tyranny

161
Nonsense, a prevailing part of eloquence among ladies 60 Peter Plumb, merchant, indicted in the court of
Northern parts, fruitful in bag-pipes

153
honour

256
Noses, a dissertation on.
260 Petticoat, great, the grievance of

110
Notch, (sir Jeffry) a member of the Trumpet Club... 132 Its cause tried..

......... 16
Nottingham, why young ladies cannot sleep there ... 222 How long to be worn ........

121
Nova Zembla, account of .......

254 Philander, the most skilful in addressing the fair sex 19
Novellists, effects of their writings.
178 Philosopher, minute, some account of

135
Noy, his expedient to reclaim his son by a legacy.... 9 Philosophy, the use of .....

170
Nurses, their abuses of infants exposed..
15 Plan of it, with an appendix

49
Nunnery, by a platonic lady..
32, 63 Not inconsistent with courts and riches

120
The manner of receiving young ladies into nun- Physicians, good, of great use to a commonwealth ... 79

96
Ordered from Bath ..

77
Character of a generous physician

78
of
145 Physic, often abused....

240
Dangerous...
145 Observed by Mr. Bickerstaff

940
Ogling gains women

Proper for a distracted nation....

240
Old age, wherein delighted

Pickei, (colonel) his character and manner of court-
Old Bachelor, account of that comedy..

ship

7
Ipera, in female conversation...
157 Pictures, the impressions they make on us..

8
Italian, considered.....
4 The true use of them....

209
The understanding has no part in it
4 Walking, at an auction

167
Oppression, an attendant on Tyranny.
161 An ancient picture of a wedding described...

194
Orangerie described
179 Piety, perfect pleasure arising from it

211
Orator in a night-gown and laced cap

186 Meanness to endeavour to conceal it ............ 211
Orlando the fair, his history
50, 51 Pinners, a treatise on

....... 212
Organ-loft, ladies treated in one
61 Piper, (count) taken prisoner

49
Orson, (Thicket) his character and passion for Cleora 99 Pirates in printing and bookselling complained of and
Osmyn, the civil husband

53
censured

101
Oxford described

39 Pistols, a futal accident occasioned by loaded.... 82
Almanack considered ...

39 Places of trust pretended to, not out of merit but be-
Discipline applauded .
........... 30, 39 cause they are convenient...

41
Puppet-show there .......

45 Plagius, (parson) complaint of the bookseller against
him

269
PACOLET, a guardian angel, his first appearance to

Plaiuness in dress recommended..

219
Mr. Bickerstaff...
Plato's notion of the human soul....

154
Account of his former wards.........

History of love...

90
His life of a month .......
i5 Platonists, their opinions

154
His checks and admonitions....

A Platonist forewoman of the jury of the court of
Observations on gamesters and sharpers.
15 honour

259
Pætus, manner of his death and the magnanimity of Platonne described
his wife ...
72 Nunneries established by

65
Painting the face censured
61 Players, .why they should be esteemed

162
Palamede his infamous adventure ............
198 Must forget they are before an audience.

0397
Panegyric, the nature of it .........

17
Instructed by Shakspeare...

95
A theme for Mr. Bickerstaff.
72 Blamed for inserting words..

89
On Mr. Bickerstaff for confessing his faults
63 Parallels between them....

(182
May be turned into libel.

177 Playhouse, one only should be supported...
Pantomimes, what sort of persons in conversation... 268 At Amsterdam supports an almshouse.

20
Paradise Lost tills the mind with good thoughts and

On tire in Denmark .....

94
pleasing ideas ....
937 Plays, proper incitements to good behaviour..

3
Parents, the folly of partiality to their children...... 235 Modern, described...

91
Generally err in marrying iheir children..:

199 Pleasing, in conversation, a happy talent..
Parisatis, her manner of converting her neice from Pleasure, deceitful...

91
coquetry...

9
Plenty, a goddess in the region of liberty..

161
Paris Gazetie burlesqued.

Pliny, his letters to his wife..

149
Parrot, verses on one
27 His compliment and advice to Trajan

130
Parsimony, a favourite in the temple of Avarice..... 123 Pluto, his palace and throne described

156
Party, all parties composed of the rigid and supple... 214 Poetasters ridiculed.......

106
The prevalence of parties, and party prejudice in Catalogue of the labours of one.........

106
England
232 | Poetry, the foundation of.....

940
Partridge, (Mr. John) his manner of surprising Ethicacy of it on the mind..

98
sharpers
56 A remedy for the spleen...

47
His death demonstrated..

1
Sir Francis Bacon's account of it....

98
Account of his funeral ...

99
Poictou, insurrection at........

6
A letter from him, intimating some signs of re- Politeness, affectation of.... ......

230
suscitation ...

118 Politicians, the distinction scarce discernible between
Walks, and denies his death
59 them and idiots

40
Advertisement in his almanack, calling Mr. Bicker- City reprover

155
staff a knave...
96 Politics universally prevail

232
Certificate of his death to prevent counterfeits 216 Polypragmon, character of a cunning fellow

191
Pasquin, account of him to prevent mistakes..... 130 Pompey, a black boy, his complaint

245
His letters to Mr. Bickerstatt..
129, 187 Pope, the, sick of the tooth-ache..

199
Passing-bell, who to be accounted such in conversa-

In distress...

5, 6, 7
tion

153 His modesty overcome with regard to the Neapa-
Passion, a tragical instance of
172 litan horses..

129
Pastorella, her conversion from coquetry

9 Postman, the extraordinary talent of the author of the 178
Patience Gentle, her letter to Mr. Incense .......... 971 Posture-master, his beholders censured

108
Patrick, (St.) a great destroyer of frogs......

296 Potatrix, (Elizabeth) catalogue of her ancestors...... SS
Patrons, general behaviour to their dependents.. 196 Poverty, an attendant on Tyranny..

161
Paulo, the character of an eminent mercbant

25 Powell" (junior) a famous actor.
Peace, the most odious way of making it.....

176 Disputes between him and Mr. Bickerstaff.. 44, 50, 115
Peasant, who properly to be so termed

109 Why he locked up the legs of his company

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Powell, an excuse for writing against him............. 51 Respect only to be procured by obligations......
Letter from Bath .....

50 Retirement requires greater talents than business... 849
Power, absolute, represented in a dance....

10 Revenge of two French ladies on a Gascon....
Praise, true, generous and heroic spirits most sensible Richard III. effects of reading that tragedy......

2
of it

92 Richards, (major-general) blown up by a mine at Ali.
How coveted by great men

92
cant ...

21
To be regarded only as relating to things strictly Riches, the use and abuse of them...

57
true
92 Ridicule, the ill effects of

219
None valuable but from the praise-worthy.
177 How to be used .........

63
Prayer of lord chancellor Bacon
267 When the effect of reason

63
Pra-Adamites threatened....
69 Riding, a healthy exercise....

948
Precedence, a quarrel concerning, at the opera.. 16 Contributes to beauty,

248
At Epsom....

36 Rigid, the, an untractable race of mortals, to be found
Preliminaries of
peace

20
in all parties...

214
Refused by the French king
29, Ring, invisible .,...

138, 139
Pretenders to poetry, a kind of madmen..
147 Risibility the effect of reason

63
Pretty fellow, who
21 Rochefoucault, his writings censured.

108
What persons excluded that order..
22 Kochford, earl of, killed...

210
Very pretty fellow, a woman's man in the first de- Roman ladies, of their general virtue.............. 189
gree......
24 Romps, how cured

269
Pride, the cause and consequences of...

127 Rosin, (Will) the Wapping fiddler, history of. 108
Makes men odious, and creates envy...
186 Royal Society, actions censured..

236
A remarkable instance of it in a cobbler...
197 Rutts, wherein necessary

115
The chief introduction to madness...
127 To be worn with the fardingale

118
Priesthood, when the highest honour ...
68 Rural wits

159
Prim, (Penelope) the clear-starcher, her petition..... 118
Prize-fighting, a reproach to the English nation... 134 SACHARISSA, an excellent young lady, why not
Proctorstaff, (Mr.) admitted Mr. Bickerstaff's kins-

courted

5
man...

270 Sagissa, her intrigue discovered by a pinch of snuff... 35
Prodicus, an allegory by.
97 Sallust, wherein partial

69, 81
Prophets, modern, reflections on their character.... Saltero, (Don) at Chelsea, his descent, qualifications,
Account of a comedy so called ...
11 and relics...

34
Propriety in words and thoughts explained..
62 Cases referred to him

195
Protestants, wherein superior to Papists
155 A curiosity in his museum

926
Prudence in women the same as wisdom in men ..... 172 Sandford the player, what parts he acted well. 134
Prudes, a name for courtly hypocrites..

1 102 Sappho, a fine lady, her discourse with Mr. Bicker-
Distinguished froin coquettes....
126

5
What part they bear in a female consort...... 157 Saraband, (Mrs.) her puppet-show in the Exchange.. 80
Public spirit, the most essential quality in a statesman 194 Satire, in what cases useful

61
The first motive to all actions....

183

When just must be dictated by good nature....
A great instance of it in Regulus...

183
The ordinary subjects for.....

943
Punchinello, his origin, character, and ill-.nanners.457115 Apology for it by Shakspeare..
Rival to Nicolini..

113

Satirists censured when they depreciate hurnan na-
Disposed of....
20

193
Terra Cillius at Oxford...

45 Censures on the vain pretenders to that title...
Punctuality a suspicious circumstance in visiting. 109 Satisfaction, a term in duelling, explaived..
Punning, an enormity..

32 Scævola, his fortitude imitated by a slave on the stage 177)
An instance of..

35 Scales for weighing injuries
Puppets, Mr. Powel's, whence taken...
115 Scandal, a universal thirst after...

164
Puppet-show supplies the want of an act at Oxford... 45 Scholar, many pretenders to that title....

197
Mrs. Saraband's in the Exchange ...

20 Scipio, his generous treatment of a captive lady. 153
Purgatory believed by the Platonists.

154 Scoggin, (Mr.) what Mr. Bickerstaff claims through
Puzzlepost, (Ned) how improved in writing..

142

him
Pyrrhus, (king) reproved by a philosopher.
202 Scold described

917
Pythagoras, apophthegm of
214 What usually makes women scolds..........

217
One of his golden sayings.
108 Defence of one at Billingsgate

204

Scolding, a great enemy to women's features...... 917
QUACK doctors, their artifices

240 Remedies for ...

2, 217, 981
Great friends to upholders
261 Scorn, the cause of laughter..

63
Quality, the weakness of persons of.
180 Scotland, simplicity declining there

144
Should always pay the reckoning
45 Scotus, his way or distinguishing mankind

174
Quarrel at Epsom about precedence...
36 Screens, who...

171
Matrimonial, prevented

Scriptures, the style of them more than human.... 839
Questioners described.....

41 Reading them attended with great pleasure 933
Quidnunc, his character of laziness

10 Scudamore,(sir) in Spenser, his adventures transposed 194
Quixote, (Don) the first symptoms of his madness... 178 Seignior, (grand) sets all his Christian slaves at liberty 6

Seity, what....

174
RAFFLING-SHOP kept by a lawyer at Hampstead.. 59 Selt-regard, when most contemptible....,

190
Ragouts prejudicial to ihe stomach

148 Sempronia, (lady) her scheme to betray Jenny Distaff 33
Rakes characterised ..

27 Seneca, moderate in great fortune...
Midnight, advice to..

143 Senecio, the character of a good-natured old man.... 45
Ralph Shallow the fine speaker...

197 Serenade, condemned..
Ranter, (colonel, civilized at the sight of lady Betty Serpents, who to be accounted such in conversation..
Modish...
10 Setilements, marriage, their ill effects....

203
Rape, trials for, mostly attended by women..

8+ Rules for drawing them up...
Rapin, his observations on the English theatre... 134 A settlement drawn up by Mr. Bickerstaff

199
Rapine, an attendant on licentiousness.

161
Sexes, comparative perfections of

178
Rattlesnake, artifice of
145 In souls

172
Read, (sir William) an eminent oculist.
145 Shakspeare, his excellencies

8, 63
Reading, the exercise of the mind

147 His mind seasoned with religion.....
Recipe of Mr. Bickerstaff

240 His apology for satire...
Reconsiderations on Instructions to Varderbank, a Why his plays should be encouraged

8
poem
Shallow, (Ralph) the tine speaker....

197
Recreations, the advantage of .

249 Sir Timothy, a customer to the toyman ........
Recruiting Officer, a comidy, character of..

Sharpers represented by a parcel of dogs

59
Regulus, a great instance of public spirit..

Their character and reception........

56
Religion, a prayer for the advancement of..
5 Their practices at Bath ..........

65
Great Britain particularly fruitful in religions.. 257 Defended..
Religious war discussed

57
155 Sheep-biter, wly a term of reproach..

148
Reptile, (Dick) a member of the Sheer-lanc Club, his Shield of love......

194
character

132
His reflections on the abuse of speech...

Shilling, adventures of a..

949
197
Reputation, the only just means of obtaining and es-

Show in Germany described, representing the reli-
gions of Great Britain...

257
Lablishing it...

186, 191 Shrove-Tuesday, persecution of cocks condemned..., 184

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21 Tenderness inspired by the muses...
Sieve, mathematical, to sift impertinencies..

51 No true greatness of mind without it...
Signs, remarks on....

8 Teraminta, the unhappy, her story..
Silence, instances of its insignificancy

133 Terræ Filius, his place supplied by Punch
Simplex munditiis, the meaning of those terms.... 212 Theatres, useful...
Simulation distinguished from dissimulation .... 219 Make a polite and moral gentry
Sippet, (Harry, an expert wine-brewer .......
131 English, censured

194
Slattern described in bed....
243 Thorold, (sir George) declared alderman...

11
Smart fellow described.....
26 Timoleon, on honour and title..

171
Whether an affront to be called so

28 Tintoret, (Tom) the vintner, instances of his art in
Smile, a man made mad with half a-one ....
50 colouring, liquors....

131
Smith, (Dr.) Mr. Bickerstatl's corn-cutter

103 Tiptoe, (Tom) a stage-coach to his dancing-schoo
Cases referred to him....,
195 advertised.

180
Smyrna coffee-house recommended for music, poetry, Tiresias, advice of, to Ulysses...

1.52
and politics
78 Tirewomen, their ignorance.

..... 12
Snapdragon illustrated .........
85 Titles, the significancy and abuse of...

.... 171
Snuff, how and when to be offered
197 The impertinent use of....

204
Taking of, censured

35 Title, (sir Timothy) a profound critic, quarrels with
Boxes, a new edition of...
142 his mistress

165
Society, the pleasure of, described by Milton 114 Toasts, a new religious order in England....

129
socrates, his allegory of the origin of love.

Origin of that institution..
His behaviour at the Athenian theatre........
122 By whom the name found out

31
His doctrines..

195 Torcy, (Mons.) French plenipotentiary..9, 13, 19, 21, 23
Softly, (Ned) a pretty poet, sonnet by.
109 Letter to him from madam Maintenon

19
Sorrow, expressed by Shakspeare

His sense of the greatness of France...

16
A saying of Epictetus concerning it

Tories, a new religious order in England ..

129
Soul, human, considered ..

87 Tournay invested...
South, (Dr.) character of his sermons...
205 Bravery of the besiegers there.........

59
Quotations from.......
405, 8!1 Surrendered....

44, 62
Spa water, design of the coquettes to bring it up 107 Town, observations on...
Speaking, what manner most offensive..

92
Ladies reproved

210
Speech in its greatest perfection in an accomplished Orators described

244
woman.....
69 Poets, full of rules...

244
Reflections on the abuse of it...
.92, 137 Townsend, (lord) the English plenipotentiary.

19
Spenser, the tenth canto of his fourth book transposed 194 Toys, by whom brought into fashion.....

1+2
Spindle, (Tom) how cured of the spleen

47 Tradesmen, when they deserve the title of gentlemen 97
Spleen, its effects
180 Tragedy, materials for nahing onc...

02
A never failing remedy for it....

....47, 80 Passion of, low to be expressed..
Squibs, a branch of gunners, who to be so accounted! Transitions illustrated..

67
Squires, country, described...
26 Travel, useless to many..

93
Sialf of Life, his poem on the French king
24 Will not make a fool a wise man....

933
Stage or theatre, the use of....
182 Treatv of peace broken off

23
Stanhope, (general) wounded

210, 212 Trippet, (sir Taffety's) his amour at Epsom and Tun.
A query concerning
212 bridge

47
Stanwix, (general) his behaviour at Badajos... 17 Trip to the Jubilee, a comedy

19
Staremberg, (general) beats the army of the duke of Tristram, (sir) the banker, character of....

57
Anjou

74 Triumphs abused by the Romans with regard to cap-
Takes Balaguier....
76

63
Statesman, what quality most esser.tial to one........ 19+ Trubies, character of that family..

69
State weather-glasse description and use of.........

Trueman, (Toin) a hero in doinestic life...

219
Statira, account of her distress....

128 Trump's, (Tom) defence of gamesters and sharpers... 57
Steele, (Mr.) his acknowledgement..
271 | Trumpet, a species of men in conversation....

153
Stentor, a singer at St. Paul's reproved
54 Club in Sheer-lane ......

132
Injuries done by his bawling
54 Trusty, (Sam) his visits to two old widows ....

966
Admonished by one at St. Peter's.....
61 Tulips, variety of names to .....

218
Stocking, the custom of throwing it at weddings 184 Tunbridge Wells, adventures and diversions at....... 47
Stone-walls, comment on them...

17 Tweezer-cases, incomparable, where sold
Story-tellers, bagpipes in conversation...

153 Tyranny, commands an army against the region of
Tedious...

132, 264
Liberty

161
A project for suppressing them

268
Their employment in Mr. Bickerstaff's Bedlam .... 174 VAFER, (Will) his speech concerning sharpers

56
Style depraved by modern writers.......
230 Valentine, a soldier, story of ...

5
of the scriptures more than human
033 Valetudinarians, the order of.....

77
Sublime in writing. instanced in a simile in the Cam- Vanity of birth, the greatest under the sun

11
paign....
49 Varils, happy in the possession of modesty.

52
Summer-house described...

179, 189 Varnish, Tom, his adventure with a merchant's wife 136
The plan of one deforded...
203 Veal a modern diet.....

148
Supper, encroachinen' 290 ...

263 Verus, the character of an impartial chief-justice
Supple, the, a compound in all parties

214 (Holt)....
Swearers, how reformed ..

Vicissitudes of human life considered

170
Swearing, a folly without temptation..

137 Vignolles, (major) death of ....
Sweden, king of, passes the Nieper

24 Villaria, the beauteous object of Orlando's affections. 50
Success against the Muscovites

25, 28 Violins, a species of men in conversation ........ 153, 157
Defeated ..
..... 49, 55, 58 Virgil compared with Homer

6
Switzerland, prospect of.....
93 Mure judicious in his epithets

6
His allegories....

154
TABLE, who keeps the best...........
148 His writings leave the mind composed.

8
Of respect and intimacy..

215 Virginal, who spaccounted in female conversation... 157
Tale-bearers, the use of them in Mr. Bickerstatt's Virginity, how properly to be dated

210
Bedlam
175 Virtue of a beautiful nature..

97
Taliacotius, account of his cures...
200 Heroic, wherein it consists..

202
Talkativeness, a sign of folly and ill-breeding ........ 814

, 213
Taste of an age known by piays

42

Virtuosi's, ridiculous studies of ...............216, 136
Tea not used in the tine of Elizabeth....
148 A virtuoso's will

216
Telemachus, bis discoveries in the regions of the dead 156 Vision, of the mountain and temple of Fame..

81
Temper, command of it the greatest human perfection 176 Of justice

.....100, 100
Temperance, preservative of health.....
2440 Visits ridiculed

109
Temple of Avarice.

129

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120 A day-book kept of them.....

109
of Live, by Spenser

194
Or Lust..

120 ULYSSES, adventures of, in the regions of the dead. 152
or Vanity

123 Umbratilis, the imitator of Urbabus................... 444
Of Virtue..

193
Underhill, (Cave) a comedian

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