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Maintenon, madam, her birth, education, for-
tune, and character . - . - 6
Married to Scaron . - - - - . 47
Her power over and marriage to Lewis XIV. 48
Mankind, ranged under the active and specula-
tive . . . . . . . . I.
Mantua-makers, should be expert anatomists . 149
Marlborough, duke of insulted by the Examiner. So
Marriage, i. arts of parents in it 57, 7
janglings - - - - - - . 73
What often occasions unhappiness therein . 113
Extravagant expenses after entering into it
censured . - - - - - . 147
Martial, his verses on a country seat . . 173
Masquerades, account of them . . 142, 154
Master, how he should behave to his servants. 87
The efficacy of his example . - - . 165
Mechanics, of general importance l
In what off. inferior to gentlemen 130
Medals, modern, an error in distributing them. 93
Proposal for making them more general and
useful, by Dr. Swift . - - - . 93
Struck in France, on abolishing duels . 129
Meekness, something sublime and heroic in it. 20
Melancholy, Pills to Purge, a collection of songs
so called . - - - - - . 67
Melissa and Polydore, their story . . . 85
Memoirs of the discovery of a French noble-
man's children - - - . 150
Memorial from Dunkirk, answered . - 128
Merchants, of great benefit to the public . 79
Metamorphoses, of men into lower ranks of
being . - - - - - - 56
Milton's description of Eve's treating an angel 138
Milliners, general remarks on thern . - . 138
Mind, strength of its true happiness . 31
Human, restless after happiness 83
Principle of attraction therein 126
Misers, observations on them . - 77
Act on the same principles as critics 77
Not happy in their riches - - - 83
Misochirosophus, Johannes, his humorous letter
concerning button orators . - - . 84
Mistress of a family, a good one described, from
the book of Proverbs . . - - . 168
Mole man, anode by Mr.D'Urfey, commend- 67
Modesty, bestows greater beauties than the
bloom of youth . - - - ... 100
Opposed to lust - - 152
Lost among the ordinary part of the world 87
Modesty pieces laid aside . - - . 118
A modesty piece lost at a masquerade . 145
Mole-hill, a lively image of the earth 153
Moliere, his observation of making a dinner 7
Molly, the barber's daughter, her history . 159
Moralists, quaint, a saying of theirs . . 136
More, Sir Thomas, his poem on the choice of a
wife . - - - - - . 163
Morning prayer, recommended - 65
Mortality, bill of out of the country . - 136
Moschus, remarks on his Greek pastorals . 28
Mother, character of a good one - - 150

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them . - - - - - - . I 10
Pidgeon, Bat, the hair-cutter, recommended 1, 13
His petition . - - - - - ... 64
Pilpay, his fable on the cruel usage of animals 61
Pindar, compared with Tom D'Urfey - . 07
Pineal gland in the brain, discovered by Des
Cartes - - - - - - . 3.5
Voyage through several. - - . 35
Pismires, nations of them described . - . 193
Plain, Tom, his letter complaining of great hoop
petticoats - - - - - -
Plato, his opinion of a future state - 27
His answer to a scandalous report of him so
What he said of censure - - 35

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Players, robbed in their journey to Oxford 91
Pleasure, men of, wherein miserable - . 35
Variety of, prepared for the dislerent stages of
life . - - - - - - . 62
Fantastical . - - - - - . 49
Natural, what - - - - - . 49
Sensual, the lowest - - - - -
Not to be exclaimed against in reclaiming of
youth . - - - - - - -
Plotting Sisters, that play honoured by the pre-
sence of Charles the Second - - *-*-w
Plutarch, examples of his good nature . . 61
Poet, history of an ancient Greek . - . 141
Poets tragic, errors committed by them . . 110
Poetry, sacred . . . . . . 51
Compared with dress . . . . . 149
Different styles required for the different kinds
of it - - . 149

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RAcE-Horsfs, cruel to put them to their utmost
speed for diversion only . - - ... 6
Rakes, in love not so bad as gallant men . . 17
Characterised - -
Raleigh, Sir Walter, his
Raphael, the beauties of

ying of Walsingham 71
lis picture of our Sa-

viour appearing to his disciples . - . 19
Reading, how abused - - - - . (5)
Recipe for making an Epic poem . - , 78
Recluse, idleness exposed . - - - . 13]
Reformation of manners, a project for that pur-

pose - - - ... 107

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Segonia, John de, account of his combat with
his brother - - - - -

Servants, the duty of masters towards them . S5

Sexes, the comparative perfections of them . 152

At war, reconciled by Virtue and Love . 152
Shame, fear of it, overcomes tenderness . ... 105
Public, the use of it . - - - . 92
Shepherd, true character of one in Pastorals - 23
Short Club, account of it - - - 91, 92
Sickness, the effects it has on the mind . . . 132
Sidney, Sir Philip, a psalm translated by him is
Silvio, his bill of costs in courting Zelinda . 94
Similes, difficult to succeed in thern - - 64
Sleep, shows the divinity of the human soul 93
Sloth more invincible than vice - - . 131
Small-coalman, his musical talent . - . I 14
Smooth, Arthur, his letter about his wife, who is
very seldom angry . - - - • *-
Sneezing, a treatise thereon - - - ... to
Snow, artificial, before the French king . ... 103
Snafi, philosophical, the use of it . - . 35
Socrates, his remarks on philosophy . - . 70
Contenned consure - - - - . 133
Softly, Simon, ill used by a widow . - . 93
Soldiers, christian, vigilance recommended to
them . - - - - - -
Moved at the distress in a tragedy ... 19
Soliloquy of an Athenian libertine - . 18
Solomon, his choice of wisdom - - . 111
Somersetshire pastoral ballad . - - . 40
Song, by a lady who loved an ugly man . . 16
Writing, a criticism thereon . - - . 16
Sophia refuses a present of jewels on her mar-
riage . 147

Soul, discovery of the seat of it, by Des Cartes 35
Sympathy of . - - - - - . 13
South, Dr. extract from his discourse on a good
conscience . - - - - . . . 135
Sparkler, her letter allout the character of Lucia
and Marcia, in Cato . . . . -
Speculative part of mankind, compared with the
at-live . - - - - -

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Speech, a discourse thereon . 172 Umbra, her letter on public shame . - . 95

Spies, the use secretary Walsingham made of
them . - - - - - - -
Spleen, the Dutch not subject to it . . . . . .
Spring, the beauties of that season described . 125
Verses thereon . . - - - -
Called the youth and health of the year . 125

Squires, country, ignorant of nature . . . . 169
Stage, an instance of its force in resorming the
world . . . . . . . . 43

Statius, Strada's - - . . . . 122
Steele, Mr. his letters against the Examiner 53, 63
- - - . 168

His letters about Dunkirk
Stomachers for beaux - . . . 171
Story-tellers, censured for ridiculous punctuality 42
Story-telling, not an art, but a knack. . 42
Rules for it . - - - - . 24, 42
Strada, his excellent prolusions . . 115, 119, 122
Sublime, Longinus, his best rule for it . 152
Boileau's notes on it - - - - . 117
Sullen husbands complained of . . . 132
Swagger, Tom, his letter to Old Testy . . 145
Affronted - - - - - - . 171
Swords, the immoderate length of them con-
demned - - - - - . 143, 145
Sympathy of souls . . 151

TALE-TELLERs, hired to lull people asleep in "
Ireland - - • *-* - - . 42
Tall Club, an account of it - . 108
Temple education, account of it . . 15
Temple, sir William, his account of English hu-
mour . - - - - - - . 87
His remarks on the gardens of Alcinous . 17.3
His character of the Dutch . - - ... 1
Teraminta, angry about the tucker . . . 109
Like a wag-tail - - - - - . 125
Terre-silius, at Oxford, reflections on him . 72
Terrible Club, account of it . - - -
Terror, Andrew, the Mohock, a cure wrought
on him - - - - - - -
Theano, the wife of Pythagoras, taught philoso-
h - - - - - - - -
Theour. Idyls, compared with Virgil's
Eclogues - - - - - -
Theodosius, the emperor, married to Athenais, a
Grecian virgin . - - - - -
Thrist, Generosity, his letter about the French
trade . - - - - - - . 170
Tillotson, extract from his discourse concerning

the danger of all knowing sin . 21
Time not to be squandered . 188
Timogenes, a man of false honour . 161

Timoleon, the Corinthian, his piety and remark-
able preservation - - - - . 117
Tiptoe, Tom, a gallant member of the short club 92
Topknot, Dr. why so called . . . 116
Tory, English, his letters about demolishing Dun-
kirk . . . . . . . 128, 131
Trade its interest the same with that of land . 76
With France, prejudicial to England . 170
Tragedy-writers, wherein notoriously defective 110
Translation, lord Roscommon's rules for it . 164
The best means of refining and polishing a
language . . - - - - -
Treatise recommended as useful towards the
improvement of the world - - . 43
Tremble, Tom, the quaker, his letter on naked
breasts - - - - - - . 116
Truelove, Tom, the character of a good husband 113
Tuck, Tim, the hero of the short club . . 92
Tucker, remarks on the ladies laying it aside,
18, 26, 33, 36, 48, 52, 56
Tugghe, Sieur, of Dunkirk, his impudence 28
Turks their humanity to animals - . 61
Tutors, ill used and ill paid . **. . 90

Ulysses, Cosmopolita, his letter on the pineal
gland in the brain - - . . . .3s)

United Provinces, advantages they enjoyed over
the French. - - - - - -
Universities, the foundation of them owing to

religion - - - - - - -

Designed to teach refined luxury and enjoy.

Inents - - - - - - -
University education, its errors . . . 94

VANity of mankind, to make themselves known 1, 2
Variety, the nature and sweets of it . . . 138
Versailles described . - - ... 101
Verses to Mrs. Annabella Lizard . . . 15
From Juvenal and Ovid, translated by Dryden
54, 61
From the French . . . . . . 16
On the uncertainty of happiness, by Shak-
speare - - - - - - -
By Dryden and Prior . . . . . 54
From Juvenal - - - - - . 54
From Young's poem on the last day . . 51
From Ovid, translated by Dryden . - . 61
An essay on the different styles of poetry . 35
From lord Rochester . . . - - . 50
On the transmigration of souls - - . 18
Describing the garden of Alcinous . . 173
From Anacreon . - - - - . 168
Out of Claudian . - - - - . 164
From Congreve . . . . . . . . 85, 115
From Eusden's translation of the Rape of
Proserpine . . . - - - -
Eve treating an angel, described from Mil-

...ton • * . - . 138
On gardening . . . . . . 173
By Prior, Congreve, and Addison . . 84, 115

Description of a horse . . . . . . . 80
From a manuscript on hunting . - . 125
From Martial - - - -

From Racine's Athalia . - - . . 117
Describing the spring - - - -
Concerning translation, by lord Roscommon . 164
The court of Venus from Claudian - . 127
From Virgil, translated by Dryden . . 138

On wit and wisdom - - - 141

On the art of writing, by a lady : . . . . 172
Verula”, lord, his writings a glory to the English
nation . - - - - - - -
Criticism on the style of his History of Henry

the seventh - - . . 25

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William the Third, king, his saying of Lewis

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the Fourteenth, and madam Maintenon 48
Wilkins, bishop, his art of flying , 112
Wisdom opposed to cunning . 163
Solomon's choice of it . - - ... I 12
Wiseacre, squire, the cause of his ruin . 147
Wise men, to think with them, but talk with the
vulgar - - - - - - -
Wit, defined, by the bishop of Rochester. . 141

Women, the villany of deluding then exposed 17
Vanity of the compliments paid them by fops 26
Their vices not to be taxed . . . . 26
None in the world . . . . . 26
Generally married too young . . . 7

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