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To the Fourteenth Volume.



CTION, a necessary Qualification in an O

rator, N. 541. Tully's Observations on A.

Aion adapted to the British Theatre, ibid.
Actor, absent, who so called by Theophraftus, N. 541.
Anatomy, the Spectator's Speculations on it, N. 543.
Arm (the) called by Tully the Orator's Weapon, N.

Art, the Design of it, N. 541.
Augustus, his Reproof to the Roman Batchelors, N.

Authors, their Precedency settled according to the Balk

of their Works, N. 529.

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BEINGS. The Scale of Beings considered by the

- Spectator, N. 519,
Body (human) the work of a transcendently wife and

powerful Being, N. 543.



ATO, the Grounds for his Belief of the Immora

tality of the Soul, N. 537.
Celibacy, the great Evil of the Nation, N. 528.
Charity, the great want of it among Christians, N,

Coffee-house Lyars, two forts of them, N. 521.
Contemplation, the way to the Mountain of the Mus
Coverly (Sir Roger de) an Account of his Death

brought to the Spectator's Club, N. 517. His Les

fes, N. 514.

gacies, ibid.


DAPPERWIT (Tom recommended by Will. Hoa

neycomb to succeed him in the Spectator's Club,

N 530.

Dieams. The multitude of Dreams sent to the Spettaa

N. 524



EMBELISHERS, wbat Persons so called, Ni
Epi&tetus the Philosopher, his Advice to Dreamers, N




Freeport (Sir Andren) his Resolution to retire from

Business, N. 549.


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LOD, an Inftance of his exuberant Goodness and
Mercy, N. 519. A Being of infinite Perfections,

N. 531.


N. 530

HONEYCOMB (Will.) Marries a Country-Girl

Hope, the Folly of it when mifemploy'd on Temporal
Objects, N. 535. inftanced in the Fable of Anaf-

char the Persian Glafs-Man, ibid.
Humanity, not regarded by the fine Gentlemen of the

Age, N. 520.
Hymm, a revengeful Deity, N. 530.

ews. The Veneration paid by them to the Name

of God, N. 531.
Instinct, the several Degrees of it in several different

Animals, N. 519.

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LETTERS to the spettators from

the spectator's
Clergyman, being a Thought in Sickness, N.513.
From--with a Vision of Parnaffus, 514. From

with two inclosed, one from a celebrated
Town-Coquet to her Friend newly married in the
Country, and her friend's "Anfwer; 515. From
Ed. Bifcuit, Sir Roger de Coverly's Butler, with an
Account of his Master's Death, 517. From
condoling with him on Sir Roger's Death, with


fome remarkable Epitaphs, 518. From Tom Tweeri
on Physiognomy, doc. ibid. From F. 7. a Wi-
dower, with forne Thoughts on a Man's Behaviour
in that Condition, 520. From a great Enemy
to publick Report, 521. From T.W. a Man of
Prudence, to his Mistress, 522. To the Spectator,
from B. T. a fincere Lover to the fame, ibid.
From dated from Glasgow in Scotland, with a
Vision, 524. From Pling, to his Wife's Aunt Hif-
pulla, 525. From Moses Greenbag to the Spectator,
with a farther Account of some Gentlemen-Bron
thers of the Whip, 526. From Philagnotes, give
ing an Account of the ill Effects of the Visit he
paid to a Female married Relation, 527. From

who had made his Mistress a Present of
a Fan, with a Copy of Verses on that Occasion,
ibid. From Rachel Welladay, a Virgin of twenty
three, with a heavy Complaint against the Men,
528. From Will. Honeycomb lately marry'd to a
Country Girl, who has no Portion but a great deal
of Virtue, 530. From Mr. Pope, on the Verseg
spoken by the Emperor Adrian upon his Death-bed,
532. From Duftereraftus, whose Parents will not
Ict him chuse a Wife for himself,


Penance Cruel, complaining of the Behaviour of
Persons who travelled with her in a Stage-Coach
out of Effex to London, ibid. From Sharlot Wealla
thy, setting forth the hard Case of such wou
men as are Beauties and Fortunes, 534. From
Abraham Dappermit, with the Spettator's Answer,
ibid. From Jeremy Comfit, a Grocer, who is in
hopes of growing rich by losing his Customers,
ibid. From Lucinda Parly, a Coffee-house Idol,
ibid. From C. B. recommending Knotting as
proper. Amusement to the Beaus, 536. From-
shoeing-Horn, ibid. From Relitta Lovely, a Win


dow, 539. From Euftace, in love with a Lady of
Eighteen, whose Parents think

her too young to
marry by three Years, ibid. From complain-
ing of a young Divinç, who murder'd Archbishop
Tillotson's Sermon upon Evil-fpeaking, ibid. From

-with a fhort. Critick on Spænser, 540. From
Philo-Spec, who apprehends a Diffolution of the
Spectator's Club, and the ill Consequences of it, 542.
From Captain Sentry, lately come to the Possession
of Sir Roger de Coverly's Estate, 544. From the Em-
peror of China to the Pope, 545. From W. C. to
the Spectator, in Commendation of a generous Bes
nefactor, 546. From Charles Easy, setting forth the
sovereign Use of the Spectators in several remarkable
Instances, 547. From on Poetical Justice, 548.
From Sir Andrew Freeport, who is retiring from Bu,

finess, 549

Lyfander, his Character, N. 522.


AN, wonderful in his Nature, N. 519.

Marricd Condition the Foundation of Commu.
nity, N. 522. For what reafon liable to fo much Ridi-
sule, ibid. Some farther Thoughts of the Spectator

on that Subject, $45.
Matter che Bafis of Animals, N. is 19.
Men of the Town Carely make good Husbands, N.giz.

PASSION relijood day it felf, 1.520.

Pannaffus, the Vision of it, N. 514.
Philips (Mr) bis Paftorals recommended by the spedin.
to, N.

Pififtratus, the Athenim Tyrant, his gencrous Behaviour

on a particular Occasion, N. 527.


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