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1.38 Spectator (The), his invitation to all sorts of people to
ates, his teurer and prudence .....

assist him...................
His behaviour at his execution.......

About the stamps.....................

.. 445
His speech to his judges..........

Guardian of the fair sex.........
His notion of pleasure and pain .................

His advertisements .............

..461
The effect of his temperance...

About the price uf his paper .......

.. 461
His instruction to his pupil Alcibiades in relation to

Put into the golde'i scales
prayer ......

A sor! of newsletter.........
A catechetical method of arguing introduced first by

llis account of a coffee-house debate, relating to the
him ..............................................

difference between Count Rechteren and Monsieur
Instructed in eloquence by a woman................

247

Hesnager....................................... 481
Why the oracle pronounced him the wisest of men.. 408 The different sense o! his readers upon the rise of his
Hent of the sect of the hen-pecked.................. 479

paper, and the Spectator's proposals upon it........ 488
His domestics. what..

480

Ilis observatious on our moderu poeins.............. 523
The effect a discourse of his on marriage had with

His edict....

593
bis audience.......

The effects of his discourses on marriage, ...

.. 53
His saying of misfortunes.....

His deputation to J. Sly, haberdasher of hats and -
liers, when men of sense, of an agreeable conversation

bacconist.........................................
tude: an exemption from passions the only pleasing

The diffcient judgments of his readers concerning his
solitude........................ ..**** **

Speculations....................................3
Few persous capable of a religious, learned, or phi-

His reasons for often casting his thoughts into a letter 542
losophic solitade ......

His project for the forming a new club.............. 550
lomon's Song,' a paraphrase on the second chapter ...

Visits Mr. Motteux's warehouses...

.. 558
g, with notes...

The great coucern the city is in upon his design of
hocles, his conduct in his tragedy of Electra'......

laying down his paper ........
tes, what sort of figure..............................

Ile takes his leave of the town .....
ow, the outward signs of it very fallacious...........

Biraks a Ofty years silence......
1, the immortality of it evidenced fiom several proots

Ilow le recovered bis speech.....
Its happiness the contemplation of God.....

Ilis politics......
State of it after separation......

...... 413 Loquaciy.......
The excellency of it considered in relation to dreams 487 Of no party .....
ods, how improper for description..

A calamity of his ....

558
accia della Bestia triomphante,' a book sold at an

Critics upon him .......

568
auction for thirty pounds.......

He sleeps as well as wakes for the public

599
Some account of that book...

..... 389

Ilis dream of I'rophonius's cave.....
P, infinite, Sir Isaac Newton's poble way of consider-

Why the eighth volume published.....

632
ing it ......

Speech, the several organs of it...............
kish (Will), a modish husband.

Spenser, his advice to young ladies under the distress of
rows bought for the use of the Opera.....

defamation.....

..... 300
tan virtue acknowledged by the Atheniags.

llis wliole creation of shadowy persons....
'tan justice, an instauce of it....

Spies, not to be trusted ....

439
tans, the method used by them in the education of

Despised by great inen....................
their children ................
Spirit, an high one, a great enemy to candour....

383
tator (The). his prefatory discourse.....

Spirits, the appearance of them not fabulous......

110
His great taciturnity.................

Several species in the world besides ourselves ....

.. 419
Ilis vision of public credit............

Spiren, a common excuse for dulncse.........

.. 53
Uis entertainment at the table of an acquaintance...

lts effects .........

.. 558
His recommendation of his speculations ...

Spring, the pleasantest season of the year.

393
Advertised in the Daily Courant...

* A dcscription of it....
His encounter with a lion behind the scenes

Jis attendants ........

423
The design of his writings ....

Spring-garden, a kind of Mahometan paradise

383
No party.man...........................

Spy, the mischief of one in a family......

202
A little unhappy in the moulu of his

Squeeziug the hand, by wliom first used in making love.. 109
Jis artifice ........... ..:

Squires (rura!), their want of learning............ ........ 529
Jis desire to correct impudeoce .....

Staunps, how fatal to weekly historians..................
And resolution to march on in the cause of virtue... Starch, political, its use ...
lis visit to a travelled lady.....

Starers reproved......
Jis speculations in the first principles .....

Stars (fixed), how their immensity and magnificence con.
40 odd accident that befel him at Lioy

found us.....................
house...............................

A contemplation of the stars ..........
Jis advice to our English Pindaric writers ........ 58 State (future). the refreshments a virtuous person enjoys
Tis examen of Sir Fopling Flutter ................

in prospect and contemplation of it.....
Tis inquisitive temper........

Statira, in what propused as a palleru to the fair sex .
lis account of himself and lis works to be written Statuary the most natural representation......
i 300 years hence .....
101 Stint (Jack) and Will Trap, their adventure...

448
lis great modesty..

Stoics discarded all passions.......
le accompanics Sir Roger de Coverley into the Stores of Provideuce, what .........
country .................
Story-tellers, their ridiculous punctuality...

138
lis expiciu when young.....

Strile, the spirit of it................

197
le goes with Sir Roger a huuting ..........

Stripes, the use of them on perverse wires...
ad to the a sizr..............................

Stroke, lo strike a bold one, what meant by it....
lisadventure will a crew of eipsies......

130
Sublime in writing, what it is..

592
he several opinions or him in the country ...

131 Sudden (Thomas, E-4.), bis memorial froin the country
lis return to London, and fellow.travellers in the

infirmary ......

*** . ... 419
stage-couch ..

... 13 Sukey's adventure with Wall Hloueycocib aud Sir Roger
il soliloquy upon the sudden and unexpected death

de Coverley ..........
of a friend......................................

133

Son, the first eye of consequence..........
................

.. 250
- lis artifice to engage inis different readers........... 179 Sun-rising and setung, the most glorious show tu nature. 419
se character given of lim in his owu presence, at a
Superionly reduced to the notion of quality .....

219
coffee-house near Algae........

To be founded only on merit and virtue......
is aversion to pretty fellows, and the retson of it.. 261 Saperstition, the folly or it described...
is acknowledgments to the public......

An error arising from a mistaken devotion.....
is advice to the British ladies..............

Has something in it destructive of religion ......
is adventure with a woman of the town.........

Surprise, the life ol stories .............
is description of - French puppet newly alrired.... 977 Susanna, or logocence Betrayed,' to be exlubited by
is opinion of our form of government and religion.. 287

Mr Powell, with a dew pair of Elders.....
a nctimes taken for a parish sextou, and why........ Sweaters, a sprcies of the Mohock club.......

332
is reflections upon Claviada's jourual.............. 393 Swingers, a set of familia roinps at Tuabridge..

ccompanies Sir Roger to Westmaster Abbey...... 329 Symmetry of objects, how it suikes ....
ensis Sacrifices to humanity .......

Syncopists, modern ones..

567
is behaviour under reproach, and reasons for pot re Syncopus, the passionate, his cuaracter ...
"turping an answer to those who have animadverted Syracusan prince jealous of his wile, how he served her.. 570
ou his paper.................................... 3
is conteniplations on Good Friday................. TALE BEARERS censured......
je benefits accruing to the public from his specula Talents ought to be valued according as they are applied 172
tions ................

Taste (corrupt) of the age, to what attributed........ 140, 108
is papers much sought for about Christmas by all Taste of writing, what it is, and how it may be acquired.. 409
his nighbours......

307 Tbe perfection of a mau's taste as a sense.... ... 409
is comparison of the world to a stage.......... 370 Detined ...

40)
e accompanies Sir Roger to Spring-garden..

Triat of the English.

409
is xial for the Ilanover succession......

Tears, not always the sigo of true sorrow.......

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Valetudinarians in society. not to be adoarted to

pasy but on conditieas......... .
Vanity, the paradise ot fools...*

A n of laer and her attradauts....
Vapoars in women, to viut to be unbed....
Varety of men's actions proceeds from the
Vanias, tus cheerfulness and good bunur min .

warrally acerptable ...........
Ctregarty of the Godhead considered........

Further considerations about it..*..*********
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Temper. serious, the advantage of it. ...
Temperance the best pres rative of bra.ta.

What kind of temperber the best......
Temptar. one of the Spectator' clab, kes character
Tempple Ser Witham), his role for druskang...
Ten, called by the Platonic writers the complete
Tender hearts, an entertainment for them ****
Traure, the most suppery in Eagland.......
Terence, the Spertator's observations on one of play.
Terror and put why those passions please......
Thales, his saying of oth and falsehood......
Thames, its banks, and the boats op i describe
That, his remonstrance........
Theatre (Logitat), the practice of timveral taslane

Ensured..........*
Of mating love in the theatre ***
Themistocles, bous aosvet to . qucslog relaun, to

marrying hus dauzt trt ................
Theodosios and Constantia, their adventures..,..
Teogni, a beautiful saying of hts..
Thumbletop (Raips), tus letter to the Spectator..
Thinking stoud, what ...............
Though's, of the highest importance to suft t
Thrash (Wil) and less fe, 10 in spid couple
Thunder, of great use on the stage.......**
Thunderer to the playhouse, the hard to put upon his

and his desire to be made a can00..********
Tickelt (Mr.), his vervas to the Spectatur ..

Tillotson (Archtashop), improved the notion of la

ven and tell ..
Time, our ili use of it....*********************

The Spectator's direction how to mpend it

low ine time we hire ought to be computed ...
Title-page (Authony), his petition to the Spectator
Titles the signficacy and abuse of them .....
Toma Tutt to personate singing burds in the
Tom Touchy, a quarrelsome fellow.....
Toon Trusty. atinder husband and cute
Toon Tulip, challenged by Dxk Crastin

Flues into the country............... .
Tom the Tyrant, brst minister at the cotterhouse be

Iwere the hou « of eleven and twelve a tight....
Tombs in Westmuster Abbe visited by the Spectator...

His reflections upon thre........................
Toper (Jack his recommendatory letter to betalf of

servant................ . ...
Torre, in Devonshur, how un batr widows are punished

there ..........
Torture, why the description of it pleases, and not the

prospret ......***.
Townly (Frank), hus letters to the Spectator..
Trade, the benefit of it to Great Britata .......

Trading and landed interest ever Jamning...
The most likely means to make a man'. prirate for

Anttrodot on the spring.......
Verres by a despaintat lover ....

On Phebe and Calin..
Traslation of Vertes pedantie oul
The Royal Progress.....
To Mrs.

On te to...
Vertumnus, as attendant on the privago.

alacas, some speculations apon ...
Vees labennus as virtas.....
Valacerte (Madame de an account of

the manner of it............
Vinci (Leonardo). hus many accomplement

able circumstance at las death...
Vrees Sr Robert, hus fumi arity th
Virgul bass beautatul allekures founded a the

philosophy ...........***********
Wherein short of

H T ...
Has fable uansiped in relation to a

tory of Aseas.......
Has genies......
Compared with Homer...

Wbro he is best pleased
Virtue, the exercise of it reco

Tu in gence.............
Its wear relation to decency...
Tor most reasonable and groD sou
Of a beautiful nature ......
Tlor meat ornaments of t..
To be estremed in a to...
When the sancenty of it may reasonably
The way to preserve it initiategrity

The use of it in our affectious.....
Virtues, supposed odes not to be relied on
Vision of human misery .........
Vist: a visit to a travelled lady, which she record

her bed, described....,
Vocifer, the qualifications that make hum pass for a :

gentleman.......
Volumes: the advatage an author receives at pat

hos vores in volumes, rather than in single pune
Understanding, the abuse of it is a great eml.....

Where a more perfect than the legibatics.
Reasons for it.....................****

Shoald master the passions...........
Vaiverse, how pleasing the contemplation of t...
Cranios, has great composure of his soul.
Vulcan's dogs, the fable of them,...

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Tradition of the Jews concerning Nos......
Tragedy: a perfect tragedy the poblest production of hu-

man nature.
Wherein the modern tragedy exceeds that of

and Kome.................
Blank verse the most proper for Eaglish tragedy

The Eaglish tragedy considered ..
Tragi-comedy, the product of the English theatre,

strous inveution...............
Transmigration, what...........

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The transmigration of souls assert by Wul lopey-

comb.........
How believed by the ancients ...
Trap (Mr.), his letter to Mr. Stiat ...........
Travel, highly necessary to a coquette ..........

The behaviour of a travelled lady to the playhouse.
At what uime travelling is to be undertaket, and the

true ends of it.......................
Trarellers, the generality of them exploded.....
Trees, nxore beautiful in all theu luxuriancy than when

cut and trimmed
Trimmine, the Spectator unjustly accused of it
Trueby (Widow). her water recommeoded by Sir H

3 good mainst the stone and gravel.............
Truepepay (Jack), strangely good-natured..
Truuk-maker, a great man in the upper galle

playbouse ...............
Truth, an coemy to false wit.........

The everlasting good etirct truth ha $ even upon a

man's fortune and triest.....
Always consistent with itself.....

The excellence of it................
Tryphidorus, the great lipogranmalist of antiqu
Tully praises himselt .........

What he said of the immortality of the sou
Of uttering a jest......
Of the force of novelty.......

What he required in his ora'of......
Turner (Sir William) has execik at maxim.
Tyrants, why so called ..........

WAGERING disputants exposed .........
Wall, the prodigious one of China..
Wars, the latr, made us so greedy of mevs
Weaps and dores in pablic, who.....
Wealth, the father of love......
Wealthy men fin the character of persons to Ocea

cum DCCS .........
Wedlock, the state of it ridiculed by the towa w 21
Wee (Ephraim), his letter to the Spectator abo:

marriage and estates.................... .6
West Eaborde, in Berkshire, a cost there for **

What Lord Coke sard of the widows xport .
Whacheporte, bacon flutch, in Suffordshire, who

to it............ ....... .......... * .***
Whisperers, political ....
Whispering-place, Dionysius the tyrant's
White (Moll), a notorious witch....
Who and whicks, their petitson to the Spector
* Whole Duty of Man, that excellent book ture

satire............
Widow (the), her manner of captırabang Sur Roger en

pericy..............
Her behaviour at the trial of her care
Her arances and beauty ...
"Too desperate a scholar for a country gentlema
Her reception of Sir Roger .........
Whom she helped to some tapsy

country .....................
Has bero at the death of several foxes...
Sir Roger's opinion of her, that sise rit

marry or she does not ..
Widows, the great game of fortune-hunter
Widows' club, an account of it...

A letter from the president of it to the Specs

about her suitors........ ...
Duty of widows in old times.......
A custom to punish unchaste ooe 12

Devonshire .........

Instances of their riding the black
Wig, long oor, the eloquence of the bes.
William and Betty, a short ucoast of deeur concer

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Thcir strongest passion.............
ble (Will), his letter to Sir Roger de Coverley.....

Not to be considered merely as objects of sight..... 33
His character .....

108 Women (the English). excel all other nations in beauty.. 81
His conversation with the Spectator .......

Signs of their improvement under the Spectator's
A man of ceremony......

hand......
Thanks the Spectator a fanatic ............

The real commendation of a woman, wha....... 9
And fears he has kilied a man

Their pains in all ages to adorn the outside of their
e not proper to be drank by every one that can su

heads..........
| low...........

140
.....

More gay in their nature than men. ....
ter-gardros, recommended, and described ...

Not pleased with modesty in men......
men and fools, the difference between them ....

Their ambition......
(Mr.), the gardener, an heroic poet...........

Deluding women, their practices exposed.........
the mischief of it when accompanied with vice .....

Women great orators........................
Very pernicious when not tempered with virtue and

Have always designs upon men..

433
humanity ............. :

Greater tyrants to their lovers than husbands...
Turned into de formity by affectation..........

Reproved for their neglect of dress after they are
Only to be valued as it is applied ......

married.............
The history of false wit....

Their wonderful influence upon the other sex.......
Nothing so much admired and so little understoo

Words, the abuse of them demonstrated in several in-
Every mau would be a wit if he could..........

stances ............................... ...........
The way to try a piece of wit.......................

The pleasures proceeding to the imagination from the
Mr. Locke's reflection on the difference between

ideas raised by them ............................. 416
wit and judgment ...........................

Work necessary for women......

...... 606
The god of wit described .....

World (the), considered both as useful and entertaining..
The many artifices and modes of false wit...

The present world a nursery for the next ............ 111
May purchase riches, but is not to be purchased by

World of matter, and life, considered by the Specta-
ricles ......

tor........ ..
(false) why it sometimes pleases

Writer, how to perfect his imaginatiou ......
Nothing without judgment.....

Who among the ancient poets had this faculty...
%, minor, the several species of them.......

Writing, tive difficulty of it to avoid censure.......
Wits ought not to pretend to be rich................

Writing usintelligibly, the art of it much improved......
nan, the utmost of her character wherein contained., 342
The votion some women have of virtue and vice..... 390 XENOPHON, his school of equity......
A definition of woman by one of the fathers ...

His account of Cyrus's trying the virtue of a young
The general depravity of the inferior part of the sex.

lord.............................................. 304
They wholly govery domestic life ..
man of quality, her dress the product of a hundred YARICO, the story of her adventure..
climates........

Yawning, a Christmas gambol......
man's man described......

156 Youth, instructions to them to avoid barlots .......
His necessary qualifications .....
men the more powerful part of our people.......

ZEAL, intemperate, criminal.....
Their ordinary employments .....

Zemroude (Queen), her story out of the Persian Tales'..
Smitten with superficials..

Zoilus, the preteaded critic, had a very long beard.......

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