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Truth, an Enemy to false Wit, N. 63.
VENICE preferv'd, a Tragedy founded on a wrong
Vifit; a Vifit to a travell'd Lady, which the receiv'd in her Bed, defcrib'd, N.
IT: Nothing fo much admired and fo little understood, N. 58. The Hiftory of falle Wit, ibid. Every Man would be a Wit if he could, 59. The way to try a piece of Wit, 62. Mr. Lock's Reflection on the difference between Wit and Judgment, ibid. The God of Wit defcrib'd, 64.
Woman of Quality, her Dress the Product of an hun dred Climates, N. 69.
The End of the Second Volume.