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ABIGAILS (male), in fashion among the ladies......

Amazous, their commonwealth.......
Absence in conversation, remarkable instance of it in

How they educated thar children
Will Honeycomb......

Their wars ......
The occasion of his absence....

Tuy marty their male allies.
And teams to conquer it......

Ambition Drver satisfied......
The character of an absent me out of Bruy

Tbe occasion of factions.
The absence of lovers, death ia love ...

241 Bs what to be measured...
How to be made rasy...

Many times as bortfal to the
Abstinence, the benefits of it......

it, as the people .............
Academy for politics.....

Most mea subject to t..
The regulations of it.........

Of use when rightly directed..
Acasto, his apretable character.....

The end of it ......
Accompts, their great untuines

The effects of at in the mind.
Acetus, his character..............

Subjects us to many troubles..
Acosta, hrs answer to Launborch, touching the multipli

The true object of laudable en
city of ceremonies in the Jewisla religion..

Various kinds of it........ -••••
Acrostic, piece of false wit, divided into s.mple

Laudable ..........
compound..............

Americans, their opinions of souls
Act of deformity, for the use of the

Exemplted in a ton of one of their con
Action, the felicity of the soul......

Used paintiag astead of writing.
A thertold division of our actions....

Amity between agreeable persons of different sa
No nght jedement to be made of them......

Retous..............
A necessary quali cation in an orator ...

Amoret the fult reclaimed by Phulander
Tully's observations on actions adapted to the British Ample (Lady), ber useassess, aad the reason of
theatre........

Amusements of life, wben innocent, secessary
Actions, principles of, two in man.

able............. ........ .
Actor, absent, who so called by Theophrastus.

Anacharsis, the Corinthian dreunda
Admiration, one of the most pleasing passions..

Anagram, what, and when first prodeord .
Wheu turned into contempt.............

Anatomy, the Spectator's specutations on it....
Short-lived....................

Ancestry, how far honours is to be paid to
A pleasing motion of the mind...

Ancients in the east, their way of lang..
Adversity, bo evil in itsell......

Andromache, a great for hunter.....
Advertisement of an Italian chururgeon ....

Animals, the different make of per
From St. James's cofler-house .....

The instinct of brutes .......
From a gentleman that teaches burds to speak.

Exemplified in several lastence
Prom another that is a fine dest-fanter .....

God himself the soul of brutes....
From Mr. Sly, the haberdasher ............

The variety of arms with which they are pre
About the lottery ticket ............
Advice: no order of persoas too considerable to be sd Anne Boleyne's last letter to Kieg Henry VIII
vised...............

Annihilation, by whom desired...
In what master to be given to a faulty friend

The most abject of wishes.........
Usually received with reluctance .....

Answers to several letters at once.......
Adulterers, bow punished by the primitive Christians.

Anthony (Mark), bis witty mirth commended by
Affectation, a greater enemy to a fine face than the small Antipathies, a letter about them ........

por ............................................... Anxieties, unnecessary, the evil of them and the
It deforms beauty, and turns wit into absurdity.

of them ........ ....
The original of it........

.8 Apes, what women so called, and described
Found in the wise man as well as the corcomb

Apollo's temple on the top of Levete, by who
The way to get clear of it.....

ed, and for what purpose...
The misfortune of it....,

Apothecary, his employment.........
Described...............

Apparitions, the creatioa of weak minds..
Adiction and sorrow not always expressed by U

Appearances, the veneration of respect paid
True aflection labours to be invisible.....

all ages.............. .....
Amictions, how to be alleviated..

Throgs got to be trusted for them..
Age rendered ridiculous ..

Apreutes, sooner mered than the pa
How contemned by the Atheniaus and respected by

The incumbrances of old age....
the Spartans...................

6 Applause (publır), its pleasure...
The unnatural misunderstanding between age and

Censure and applause should not mislead
youth... ................ ........... ..........

April (the first of), the merriest day is the year.
The authority of an agrd virtuous person preferable

Month of described .....
to the pleasures of youth.. .

.... 153 | Arabella (Mrs.), the great heiress, the Spectator
A comfortable old age the reward of a well-spent

traveller.....
you .. .......... .........................

Verses on Arabella's singing...
The authority assumed by some people on the account Araspas and Panthea, their story out
of it. ...,

Architecture, the ancients' perfection in it...
Aglaus, his story told by Cowley....,

The greatness of the manner how it strikes the
Agreeab e man, who.....

of the manner of both ancirats and moderne
The art of being agreeable in company.....

The concave and couva brures hare the greatest
Albacinda, her character....

Every thing that pleases the imaginatioe is t he
Alexander the Great, wry-necked ......

great, beautifal, or De .....
Ilis artifice in his Indian expedition..........

Aretine made all the princrs of Earepe his tribeans
His answer to those who asked him if he would no: Argoment, rules for the management of ...
be a competitor for the prize in the Olympic

Argumentum Basilinas, what... .
games.................... ....... ......... .... 197

Socrates's way of arguing .................
Wherein he imitated Achilles in a piece of cruelty,

In what manger managed by states us
and the occasion of it.....

| Argus, his qualifications and employbeab wade
His complaint to Aristotle ...

579 Arietta, her character .......
Allegories, like light to a discourse.

421 Her fable of the lion and the man, un answer to
Eminent writers faulty in them ...

story of the Epbesuan metros...
The reception the Spectator's allego writings meet

ller story of Inkle and Yarico......
with from the public ...........

501 Aristinætus, his letters, some account of the
Allusions, the great art of a writer...

421 Aristippus, his saying of content.....
Almighty, his power over the imagination

Aristotle, his observation upon the imboc vers
Aristotle's saying of his being ...

465 Upon tragedies ............
Amanda, her adventures

$75 His account of the world .....
Amaryllis, her character......

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otle, his definition of an entire act of epic poetry.... 267

Beauties, whether male or female very untractable .... 87
lis sense of the greatness of the action is a poem;

And lautastical........

144
his method of examining an epic poem.....

Impertinent and disagreeable ....

114
a observation of that critic's..........

The efficacy of beauty .......
me of the best logicians in the world ........... 291 Beauty in a virtuous woman makes her more virtuous.... 302
lis division of a poem.................

Heightened by motion.................
nother of his observations ..........

297 Of objects, what understood by it ..................
lis observation on the table of an epic poem........

Nothing makes its way more directly to the soul....
Is and Aspasia, a happy couple......

188

Every species of sensible creatures has different no-
(the) called by Tully the orator's weapon........

tions of it......
oe, the first musical opera on the English stage ....

A second kind of it..
f Criticism, the Spectator's account of that poem.... 253

The force or it.......
Vorks of art defective to eutertain the imagination.. 414 Beggars, Sir Andrew Freeport's opinion of them.... 232
leceire great advantage from their likeness to those

The grievance of them ........

430
of nature ..................****

Beings, thie scale of brings considered by the Spectator...

.............. 414
he design of it ............

Bel! (Mr.), his ingenious device......
lery, the invention and first use of it, to whom as. Bell.savage, its etymology............
cribed by Milton...

Belvidera, a critique on a song upon her..
I wherein he has the advantage of an author. ... 166 Belus (Jupiter, temple of...
1, St. (the Bishop of), his preface to his Sermons.... 3844 Beneficence, the pleasure of it..
iation of honest men proposed by the Spectator .... 126 A discourse on it......

60L
rance, what.... .............................

373
Benerolence treated of.....

601
ism, an enemy to cheerfulness of mind ...

Bicknell (Mrs.) for what coinmended by the Spectator... 370
'wo unanswerable arguments against it

Bill proposed by a country gertleman to be brought into the
o what manger atheists ought to be treated

Ilouse for the better preserving of the female game 326
ists, great zealots...........................

Bills of mortality, the use of them......................
Lad bigots

Birds, a cage full for the opera..........................
"heir opinions downright nonsense...

How affected by colours...

419
us, disinterested and prudent conduct in hi

Bion, his saying of a greedy search after happiness......
ships.........

Biters, their business.....
ice. The original of it .................

Biting, a kind of mongrel wit described and exploded by
Sperates with luxury..

the Spectator ......
It war with luxury ........

Biton and Clitobus, their story related, and applied by
ts officers and adherents ....

the Spectator .......
Comes to an agreement with luxury ....

Blackınore (Sir Richard), his observation...
ence, the gross of an audience of whom composed

Blank, his letter to the Spectator about his family
Thc vicious taste nf our English audiences.

Blank verse proper for tragedy.....
ences, at present void of common scose

Blanks of society, wbo............
1st and July (months of), described...

Blast (Lady), her character......
istus, bis request to his friends at his death...

Blucmantle (Lady), an account of her....

427
His reproof to the Roman bachelors.....

Board.wages, the ili efit cts of it .........
lis saying of mourning for the dead .....

Boccalini, his animadversions upon critics .....
hia, her character .................................

This fable of a grasshopper applied to the Spectator..
jor, the necessity of his readers being acquainted with

Bodily exercises of ancient encouragement .............. 161
bis size, complexion, and temper, in order to read Body (hunan), the work of a transcendently wise and
his works with pleasure ...

powerful being.............

513
Iis opinion of his own performa ces...

Bohours (Monsieur), a great oilic among the Frencb....
The expedient made use of by those who write for Boileau censured, and for what..........
the stage................................

Bonosus, the drunken Briton, a saying of him after he bad
lo what manner one antl.vr is a mole to another ....

hanged himself.....
Wbercin an author has the advantage of an artist.... Books, reduced to their quintessence .........

194
The care an author ought to take of what he writes..

The legacies of great geuiuses...............
A story of an atheistical author....

Boots Rimez, what........
nors, for what most to be admired..

Breeding, tine breeding disunguished from good..
Their precedency settled according to the bulk of Bribery, the most prevailing way of making one's court..
their works ..

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British ladies distinguished from the Picts .....

Brunett and Phillis, their adventures..........
BEL (Tower of)...

415 Bruyere (Munsieur), bis cluaracter of an absent man......
on (Sir Francis), his comparison of a book well written Buck (Timothy), his alsswer to James Miller's challenge..
His observation upou envy.....................

Buffoonery censured ....
Prescribes his reader a poem or prospcet, as conducive

Bullock and Norris, differently babited, prove great helps
to health..............

to a silly play .....
What he says of the pleasure of taste...

Burlesque authers the delight of ordinary readers.... 616, 625
His extraordinary learning and parts. ...

Burle que humour.......

... 616
no-fitch at Whichenovre, in Staffordshire, who are Burneu (Dr.), some passages in his Theory of the Earth
entitled to it.........

607

considere ......... ....
Beveral demands for it...

Business (men of), their error in similitudes............. 421
of money, a sudden transformation of them into

Of learning filtest for it....

469
sticks and paper ...........
Bussy d'Amboise, a story of him .....

467
boo (Benjamin), the philosophical use he resolses to Butt: the adventure of a butt on the water.
make of a shrew of a wife....

482

Butts described........
ruptcy, the misery of it...

......... 438, 456 The qualitication of a bult.........
uu, ambassador of his letter to his master about the
English............................

.... 357 CACOECHES, or itch of writing, an epidlemical distemper 589
ist Lully, bis prudent management......

Calis, lier character ..........

........ 404
face, bis success with the ladies, and the reason for it 150 (asar (Julius) his behaviour to Calulius, who had put him
oratory in England, reflections on it................. 407

into a lampoon ..
ius Valeutibus, and bis son, their story.....

His reproof to an ill reader....

147
dry, never writ but where there is dearth of invention

A frequent saying of 118 ......

250
dy-houses frequented by wise men, not out of wan.

His Commentaries, the new edition of it an honour to
tonness but stratagem.

the English press..........................

.... 367
er (Mr.), his last words.....

His activity and perseverance......................
More last words...........

lost his life by neglecting a Roman augur's cautiou.. 395
What a blessing he had ....

508 Calamities, the merit of suffering patiently under them
e (Mr.), wbat he says of libels...........

451

Not to be distinguished from blessiogs....
ds iu former ages a type of wisdom....

Whimsical calamities.....

.... 508
Instances of the homage heretofore paid to bearis... 331 Caligula, his wish ..........

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At what time the beard flourished most in this na Calisthenes, his character....

429
tion ..............

Calumpy, the ill effects of it.

... 451
The il consequence of introducing it amongst us at

The great offence of calumny.......

.... 594

Rules against it by the fathers of La Trappe .......
present...

................... 331
'description of Hudibras's beard ...................

Cambray (the Bisliop of), his Education of a Daughte re.
-garden, the Spectator's method for the improvement

commended ...........
of it.......................

Camilla, a true woman in one particular....
combat there.......................

4:36 Her letter to the Speclator from Vcoite ...
Me cheats of it............

llow applauded there.......
er, tbe baberdasher, & greal politic

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Camillus, his deportment to his son....
's bead, the dissection of one..

Canapbell (Mr.), the dumb fortune-teller, an extraordinary
ties, when plagiaries., .....

person.....................................
The true secret how to improve beauty....

Candour, the consequence and benefit of it..
Chen the most charming when leightened by virtue.. 33 Candia, an antiquated beauty, described........ 314

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Cant, from whence to be derived....

Clab-law, a rouriscing spannent...
dren not duly regarded in their

Clubs, nocturnal semblies so called

Several names of clots, and their orta
Caprice ofus acts is the place of reason ......

Rules prescribed to be observed in the T
Carbuncle (Dr), his dye, what...........

club..............
Care: sha' ought to be a man's chart care.

As account up the Uely dad.
Caracades, the philoropher, his definition of beauty......

The Sighing club....
Cartesian, ho he would account for the ideas formed

The Frageglove dab
by the fancy, from a single circumstance of the me.

The Amaruus clab......
mory ............

"The Hebutomada ciub: SONDE
Cases in love wind

of that ciut.....
Casimir Ltesyaski, an atheast ia Poland, the manber of

Some acenant of the Everlasting co....
his penit eat....................................

The dab of Ugly faco...... ..
Casslas, the proof r'e gave of kus temper in bus childhood 157 The dithcuites met vith is errcting
Castalian, the story of Castilian husband aud his wife.. 198 The institution and use of clube
Castle builders, who, and their follies exposed...

Coach (stage), its company...
Cat, a great covinbutor harmony ........

Coffre house disputes...... .
Cat call, « disertation upou that instrument.

Coffee-bouse debates seldom regular eru
Catil.ne. Tully's character of him......

Cotce bouse bars two warts of them
Cat the react paid him at the Roman Ureatre..

Colours, the eye takes most delight in the
The grounds for has beiiet of the immortality of

Way the poets borrow most pabe

Only idras in the mind.....
Au instance of his probity...

Speak all languages...
Care of Tropkoulus. several people put into

Conardier, English, Vius....
mended........

Comfort, what, and where toand..
Celibacy, tbe great evil of the nation.

An attendant on patience.....
Censor of stall wares, as ofhcer to be appointed

Commendat on generally followed by detra
Of marriages...........................

.. 303 Commerce, the cutrat and advantage of it...
Ceasure, a tax, by whom paid to the public, and for wloat 101 Coinmercial friendship preferable to grotty...
Ceasure aod applause should uot mislead us...

Common-prayer, some considerations on the
Chamont's saying of Moomia's wisiortunes .....

ne excesteag of tt...........
Chancery court, why erecte.........

Commonwealth of Amapons.....
Chaplain, the charartrt of Sir Roger de Coverley's 106 Company, teasper chiefly to be consider the "
Chanty, the great war.t of it anong Christians,

516

of it...............
Charity-schools, great sest mees of a public spera

Comparsons to Homer and Moton defe oded DN
Should be encouraged............

Boileau aglast Monsieur Perralt.**** .
Charles l. a famous suture of that since .....

Compassion, the exerche of u would tend to
Charles 11 bis galetes......

calamities of life .......
Charles the Great, his behaviour to his secr

Civilizes banan eature.....
debauched his daughter .....

131 How to touch it....
Charms, nope cao supply the place of virtur..

Complaisance what kind of it peca to court
Chastity, the great point of honour la wonca..

Complicats in ordinary discourse Courel..
How chastity was prized by the beatheus..

Exchange of compliments .........
Chastity of renown what........................

Concave and rovex figures in architectart date
Cheerfulness of tenper, how to be obtained and pre-

greatest air, and why........****
served................ ........ ............

Coode (Prioct ), are face ble that of an en-
Whereia preferable to mith ...........

Conhdence, the danger of it to the Lautars.
When worse than folly or madaras ....

Conquests, the vanity of thes.....
The many advantages of a cheerful temper.

Councte (Thomas), a monk in the 19th cruitry. a
Cherubims, what the rabbios say they are...

preacher against the women's c odes were
Chevy Chase, the Spectator's examen of it..

90. 70

day..........
Children, wrong nucasures taken to the education of the Consciousness, when called affectadon..... . .

British childre................................. 157 Coastancy is sutirring, the excellency other
The yooaturalbes of mothers in a king them suck a Contemplattoa, the way to the mountata of the S .
stranger's milk.....

............... 10 Coalent, how described by a Rosicream.
The duty or <uldren to their parents.....

the virtue of it...........**** ****
Il edacation of children fatal

Contentinent, the utmost gooi we can get a "
A multitude of them one of the blessings of the mar

Couver a most suitrurdu TS a
ried sla'e ............

U sun'ly stuffed with too many complicats
Children in the Wood, a ballad, wherein to be commended

What propiy to be waderstood bye
Chinese, the punishment among them for particide....

versation...................... .
Why the Chines) laugh at our gardeus..........

An improvement of taste in letters. -
Chit-chat club's letter to the Spectator.............

Coquelle's heart diseected......
Chloe, the wiot......

Coquelles, the present tumerous race to what
Chremylus, his character out of Aristophanes

Grtat coreys of them aboat this town...
Christian religion. Le clear proof of its articles, and ex. Cordeliers, their story of St. Francis, Us foute

cellcacy of its doctrines...................... 186, 91 Cornaro (Levi), a remarkable instance of the box
Christianity, the only system that can produce content.

temperence..
ilow much above philosophy ..................

Cot-queuna described by a lady who has costo ture
Chocolate, a great bealer of the blood in women......

'band...... ...
Chronogram, a pirce of false wit.......

Cotillas, his great equanimity .....
Church-musicians reproved for not ker pipe to the text

Coverley (Sir Roger de), a memba
well as the preachers ....

club, his character............
Church-work, slow work, according to Sir Roger de

Hos opinion of men of fine parts
verley................

1, something of a humorist..
Church-yard, the country 'Change on Sunday...

His choice of a chaplain....
Cicero, a puaster..........

His management of hus family.
The entertainment found in his philosophical writ

111s account of his ancestor.....
Ilis genius...

Is forced to have every room in kais base
The oracle's advice to hia.....

by his chaplain...... .......
What he says of scandal..

A great benefactor to bus church in Voroste
of the Roman gladiators...

In wbich he suffers no one to sleep bet burek
His extraordinary superstition.

He gives the Spectator an account of his actu
And desire of glory ..............

the character of his widos...
Clarendon (Earl of), his character of a person of a trou.

The troplanes of his several explos in the c ry
blesome curiosity .....

A great tax-lunter......
A refiertion of that historian...

An instance of his good-nature.....
Clarinda, an idol, in wbat manper worstipped.

His aversion to conhdants........
Clavius, proving incapable of any other uses, became a

The mander of bars reception at the
celebrated mathematician..

wbuspers the judges to the en...
Cleanliness, the praise of it...............

His adventure wbra a schoolboy...
Cleanthe, her story............

A man for the leaded interest
Cleantbes, his character.........

His adventure with some gipsies.
Cleopatra, a description of her sailing down the Cydnos

Rarely sporus bear his own seat..
Clergy, a three-fokt division of them...

A dispuée between him and Sur Aadre
Clergy man, one of the Spectator's club..

His retura to town, and conversation d e
Clergymen, the vanity of some in wearing

tator in Gray's Inn Walks......
Club: the She Romp club......

917 Hb iuteaded generosity to his video
Methods observed by that club........

217 liis rette ctions upon risidag tise tonaba ta
The Drehock club........

394

sler Atbey .............
The design of their iustitution .........

324 A great friend to beards..

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ley (Sir Roger de), goes with the Spectator and Death: the benefit of death...........

349
Captain Sentry to a play called The Distrest Mo Debaucheo, his pleasure is that of a destroyer ...........
ther.
335 Debt, the ill state of such as run in d bt....

82
is behaviour, and remarks at it....

Necency nearly related to virtue. .................. ,292
is uneasiness on the widow's account.....

Decency of behaviour generally transgressed.
is observatioas on his passage with the Spectator to Dedications, the absurdity of them in general
Spring Gardens .....

Defaniation, the sign of an ill heart......
I what manner affronted on that occasion....

Papers of that kind a scandal to the government .....
is adventure with Sukey ......

To be punished by good minister's ..
is good humour....

424 Definitions, the use of them recomended by Mr. Lock 573
D account of bis death brought to the Spectator's Deformity Do cause of shame......
club,

517

Delicacy, the difference between a true and a false deli.
is legacies ..

517

cacy.......
Ty, the charms of it...

118

The standard of it ....
ry geutleman and his wife neigl.bours to Sir Roger, Delighit and surprise, properties essential to wit.
their different tempers described....

128
Deluge, Mr.

W n 's potion of it reproved......
ry Sunday, the use of it.................

Demurrers, what sort of women so to be called...
ry wake Jescribed................:

161 Denying, sometimes a virtue.......
Ty life, why the poets in love with it....

Dependants, objects of compassiou.........
hat Horace and Virgil say of a county life

414 Deportmeot (religious, why so little appearances of it in
ules for it...

424

England ..........
schenre of it.

Descriptions come short of statuary and painting.. 416
ry gentlemen, advice to them about spending their

Please sometimes more than the sight of things...... 416
time.........................

The same not alike relished by all..................
einoirs of the life of one ......

What pleases in them ...............................
atry Wake,' a farce, commended by the Spectator.. 508 What is great, surprising, and beautirul, inor e acrept.
ge recommends a man to the female sex more than

able to the imagination than what is little, common,
any cther quality......

or deformed..............

... 418
ne of the chiet topics in books of chivalry.
Desire, when corrected.......

400
else ccurage...........

Detraction, the generality of it in couversation .... 348
echanic courage, wbat...
Devotee, the description of oue.....

35+
her good qualities wanted to set off courage.....

Devotion, the great advantage of it.....
ge and magnauionity inseparable.......

The most natural relief in our afflictions ..........
wlerest, the several ways of making it ...

A man is distinguished from brutes more by devotion
and city, their peculiar ways of life and conversa-

than reason...........
uion................................

The crrors into which it often leads us..

201
er's habit, on what occasions hieroglyphical

The notions the most refined amoug the heathens bad
bup, the pleasantest part of a man's life.

of it.....
ds naturally impudent .....

Socratcs's model of devotions....................
y (Mr.', abounds in mixeil wit........

The noblest buildings owing to devotion ....
15 nagnanimity ........

Diagoras, the atheist, his behaviour to the Athenians iu
is opiuion of Perseus the Latin salirisl....

storm ............ ........
is description of heaven...................

Diana's cruel sacrifices condemule by an ancient poet.
is story of Aglaus..........

Dick Crastin challenges Tom Tulip.....
is ambition................:

613 Digaitaries of the law, who...
mbs, generally the women's favourites .....

Dionysius's car, what it was.....

439
of King's college, Cambridge, chaplain to the club Dionysius, a club tyrant .....

508
of Ugly l'accs..

Disappointments in love, the most difficult to be conquer.
a mau thought so by reading Milton aluud.......

ed of any other ...................
tion,' a poem, commended by the Spectator........ 339 Discontent. to what often owing....................... 211
se contemplations on creatiou a perpetual feast of Discourse in conversation not to be engrossed by one
delight to the mind of a good man......

inan..........................

428
a beautiful virgin, her situation and equipage.... Discretion, an under agent of Providence ..
great valetudinarian... .......

Distinguished from cunning ............
. undone with a whisper......

Absolutely necessary in a good husband.
hacy in women infamous .....

Dissenters, their canting way of reading........
of London require some regulation.....

Dissimulation, the perpetual incouvenience of it....
aal love, some account of the state of it..

Distempers, difficult to change them for the better...... 599
, the qualities requisite to a good oue......

Distinction, the desire of it implauted in our naturcs, and
(French), friends to one another.............. 409

why..................
odern ones, some eriors of theils about plays..... Distracted persons, the sight of them the most mortify.
(Miss), wanted near halt a tou ot being us haud-

ing thing in nature...

491
some as Madam Van Brisket, a great beauty in the • Distrest Mother,' a new tragedy, recommended by the
Low Countries.........

32
Spectator ........

200
ildom abused on the stage ........
446 Divine nature, our Wartow conceptions of it....

505
ng, the accomplishment of whom.....

Ils omnipresence and omniscience .....

565
sily, one of the strongest and most lasting of our Divorce, what catecmed to be a just pretension to one.
appetites......
237 Doctor in Moorfields, his contrivance...

193
instance of absurd curiosity ...........

Dogget, the comedian, how cuckolded on the stage...... 440
D, a second nature....

For what commended by the Spectator..
be effect of it..........
437 | Domestic life, reflections concerning it......

455
ow to make a good use of it......

437 Donne (Dr.), his description of his inistress.....
innot make every thing pleasing..

45) Dorigny (Monsieur), his piece of the Transfiguration ex-
AS, Pyrrhus's chiet minister, his haudsome reproof to

cellent in its kind............

226
that prince....
............. 18 Doris, Mr. Congreve's character of

429
io aud Flavia break off their amour very whimsi Drama, its first original a religious worship........ 405
cally ......

Dream of the Seasons.......
, how he tried a young lord's virtue ............... 14 of golden scales....

.................... 403

Dreams, in what manner considered by the Spectator .... 487
NTHUS. his chiajac!er..........

The folly of laying any stress upon, or drawing con-
y (Mrs. Mary), her memorial from the country in-

sequences from our dreams..

505
firmary ....

The multitude of dreams sent to the Spectator. 594
o and Strephon, their annour with Gloriana.

A discourse on dreams.....
og, a discourse on it defcnded.....

Several extravagant ones...

597
necessary accomplist, meot....

Of Trophonius's cave............

599
he disadvantages it licih under to what owing.... 334 Dress, the advantage of being well dressed.

300
sclul on the stage....................

The ladies' extravagance in it......
o the stage faulty ....................

435
An ill intention in their singularity..

....
ne advantages of it.......

The English cbaracter to be modest in

435
ers past, why the reflection of then pleases...

418
Drink, the effects it has on modesty...

458
prwit (l'om), his opiniou of matrimony......

Drinking, a rule prescribed for it......

195
ecommended by Will Honeycomb to succeed him in Drums, customary, but very improper instruments in a
the Spectator's club .................

.......... 530
marriage concert.....

304
the several times of it in several parts of the town.. 454 Drunkard, a character of one...

509
1, the time and manner of our death not kaown lo

Is a ronster ........... .. ..
us...... ..........................

Drunkenness, the ill effects of it..

509
he contemplation of it affords a delight mixed with

Wbat Seneca and Publius Synes said of it...

56
terior and sorrow......
Dry (Will), a mad of a clear head, but few wonis.

476
atended for our relief....
Dryden (Mr.), his definition of wit censured ..

02
eaths of eminent persons the most improving pas.

His happy turn for prologue or epilogue .....

341
sages in history........

............. 133, 289 His translation of lapis's cure of Ægens out of Virgil 579

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Speech su Cyto ou cerity. Un t ed to la
Dui, lei , WiO..................

Era lords of the pleasure of some St .-
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Euge (Su Georgetor of Cody ale
Natutsily turn the leads to pulitor poe!..

would if she could reproved
Daraliui, oa of it bow obtained, al codite Nr. Ees-Qres of the fause
Locke.............

... 95 Evroad (2.), his codexours L
Dufecut L61. May egtertain dureat lots of

perstitions............
tie smr ts of duratiou........

nie sagalanty of Liis T ak
Dutch more : "... Euglish in their buildings, Eabulos, las baracta.
and mou 1.' 'I de. ........

Bocrate, the favourite of Pharmond
T il saying of a man that happens tu barve.

Wis conference with Pharmond
Dyer, te nesilts, an Aisiotle in politics....

Eecratia, ber character...

Eedosta, har behavioul.
EARTH, wluy COCJ wib green rather than any other

Her character ....
Colour

Eudoxus and Leontine, the friendship
E cout Dick, bu character....

their children.....
E f. dr hab. and shrug. With the guesasity of Eagene (Proce) the Spectator's act of ...
fee. In
lunt astcles of ........

in what manner to be compared with Albar
B
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Eugcuios, appropriates a teath part of
Jula : at li max chod cunnid in the rocating var

Titable mes....

Euphrates river contained in o b
I'c last ng to be take

clin ducalioo...

Exchatge (Royal) described...
Weer en Catata Lubis school, or our

Exercise, the great benet and D a y of body
a private tu! r. w 12 br pics cred....
Ne ad altor of aulio f100.....

The most effectual physic..
A regulats) 1 .

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Expeasts, oftener proporcie w sys !
t.' It
U
...

posseSSIO ......
Aliuretanower ......

yes, a disserta' od on them.
( Legailis in ce at I...

The prevalg aftues of
Eglu , Mitidy il C.,

(rrat, ha adveuture

vei al particolan......
uud tal with the

staughtes...
Eforism, the raty ! il comie....

PABLE of the lios and the man
A young telariery ruilty o ...

Of the children w frogs
1.plaas torteuled wit the past darkness....

O: Jupiter and the count
E.12.beth (Queen), l. mt dal eu le decat of t.es

The antiquity or fiables....
BAD Ar. ......

Fable of Pleasure and Pain
Eloquence of tea ...........

of a drop of water...
Le Isles, Wiroucalled....

The great sefuluess and antiga dy
Loblematxal 015......

Face, a good ooc a letter of L

i st
Isla, ADRI. vonat (Allcr..

302 Faevery man should be pleased with ou .
Faltitet), te tari by the lo le pu'alx........ 101 I Fadillah, is scory out of the Pr i us.
F
or other co

l

l ow borte...... 326 Fairs for buying and selling women
L ' en', w eics excels to dry worthy of praise ...

Festas......
E oulation, the use of it................................ 432 Fairy writing ....
Koemes, the beliehitist may perited from lirem..

The pleasures or imagination that are
Linglisl., getral'y ' n eed to meletre oly.

Norr difficult than any other by
luwily modual...

The Eaglish are the best posts of this
Thought proud by foreigas.......

Faith, the benebt of it......
Ac ter ofte luglish ty - real piterier.

The means of coalising
By the Dan lain a nila-
sor....

Falsehood, the goddess of...
A ten

a il
olf.ct with

Falseliood in mana recomeados to the
En lihin, the pecul. N o og bort U.....

Valseliood and dissimulation, le couvert
Te peators seculatius von tu tugas tongue 19

petual.......... .
ishin rot laually tall alive.

........ 135, 148

Pulse wit, the region of it
The English ( y much adulural

Falstaff Sir John). Famous batt
I'm y, the good fruits of it....

Fame generally coveted.
Hit asm, the MMTS of it......

Divided into three diferent species
Eoiy uc ill state of auctious D..

Difficulty of obtaining and preserving
llus lief ....... ....... .........

The inconveniences attending the can
"The way to obtai hu favour....

A follower of merit...
The abhorrence of cosy a certain wole of a great mad

The palace of Fame described
L'paminondas, his hououral de atli.........

Courts compared to it....
Ephesian matron, the story of her....

Familiarities indecent in society
Ephraim, the Quaker, the Speculor, tellow-traveller 1

Familles : the ill measures taken by 3
slage-coach... ......................

12 education of their younger son
Ilus reproof to a recrul log officer in the same

I Family madness in pedigrees.
Aud advice to him at their parting......

182

Fun, the exercice or it.
Lpictetus, his obsri vauon us ou ue le male sx....

Pancy, all its images enter by the suglu.
His allusion on hunian inle....

.......... 819

The daughter of Liberty....
His rule for #persoa's behaviour under detraction...

The character of Fancy
His saying of sorrow......

Her calamities.....
His advice to dreamers....

Fashion, the force of it
Epigram on Hecatissa..

Men of fashion, wo...
Ei les recommendatory, the injustice and absurdity of

A society proposed to be
most of them....

fashions..
Epistolatory poetry the two kinds of styles..

A description of fashion......
Epitaph of a charitable man.............

Fashions, the vanity of them wherein becici...
On the Countess Dowage of Peinbroke.............

A repository proposed to be built for this..
Epitaphs, the extravagance of some, and modesty of

The balance of fashions leads on the side of
others.....................

The evil influence of fashion on the main
An epilaph written by Ben Jonsoo....

Fashionable society board of direct
Equanimity, without we can bave so true taste of hie 145

posed, with the requisite qualification
Equestrian order o! lajies.....

bers....... . ..
Ils origin ................

Father, the affection of one for daghter...
Equestrian ladies, who......

Faroers, of ladies, not to be bosted of.....
Equipages, the splendour of them in France..

Paulus (secret), how to find them at
A great temptation to the female sex.....

Faustina, the Empress, her notions of a pretty
Erasmus insulted by a parcel of Irojans .......
Erratum, a sad our committed in printing the Bible,

Fear, how pecessary it is to subdue it.....
Error, his labitation described....

Passion of fear treated.
How like to truth ................

Pear of death ofren ortal...
Errors and prepossession, Gifhow it to be avoided.....

Feast, the glattony of modern an.. .
Essay on the pleasures of the imagination, from... 411 to 421

Feeling bot so perfect a sense as
Esis, wherein diffining from methodical discourses....

I Fellow of a college, a wise say
Estates generally purchased by the slower parts of man-

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