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ABSOLUTE power represented in a dance

11 Anticyra compared to Montpelier....................... 125
Abstinence, advantages of.......

240 Apollo, god of' verse and physic
Absurdity, remarks on......

168 Apology for great men in bestowing favours .......... 168
Actæon, his manner of life...
59 Apothecaries, great orators....

240
Action, a necessary qualification of an orator.. 66 Appetites, how to be governed

205
Neglected by English clergymen...
66 Argyle, (duke of his character...

46
Actors, their chief perfection...

167 Aristæus, the character of a man who has the mastery
Adversity, an alleviation of.....
233 of himself....

167
Advertisements, a collection of them a good miscel- Arms, an exercise of them at London ...

41
lany .......
224 Arria, wife of Pætus, manner of her death

79
Specimens of them...

....228, 245, 257 Arthur, (king) the first who sat down to a whole
Advice to young people..
104 roasted ox...

148
Not asked for information, but out of fullnes and Artillery Company of London, an exercise of arms
perplexity of heart......
25 perforined by:

41
Æneas's descent into, and adventures in, the empire Aspasia, a most excellent woman...

42
of death....

154

The first of the beauteous order of Love........... 49
Æsculapius falls in love with the divine Hebe..

Astræa, an unfortunate wife....

941
Metaphorically defunct

46 Asturias, (prince of ) acknowledged heir to the crown
His receipt for love....

47
of Spain

5
His unseasonable amour
47 Atheist in a storm

3
Æsop, a fable of his applied on the receipt of a letter 115 Athenians, a remarkable instance of their public spirit
Affectation of vice and imperfection censured
77 and virtue...

199
Affection distinguished from esteem................ 206 Atterbury, (dean) his eloquent manner of preaching. 66
Paternal, described....

95 Attorneys solve difficulties by increasing them....... 99
Affections, how governed..

54 Avarice, what age of man most devoted to it..... 120
Affliction, imaginary, often most insupportable. 146

Ils region, temple, attendants, adherents, and of-
Africanus, his magnanimity, and manner of purchas-

fices described..

123
ing annuities..
36 Effect of a discourse on

124
Afterwit, (Solomon) his observations on the town.... 89 Avaro, a mean-spirited rich man..

25
Agamemnon's invectives against women.....

152 Audience at a play, their general behaviour... 199, 201
Age, what renders it most agreeable.....

45 Aurengezebe, an Indian stock-jobber, his history,
Indecent when not spent in virtue...
46 and indecent manner of spending old age

46
The glory of the present, in regard to England.... 190 Author, his opinion of his own performance.......... 98
Albemarle, (earl) appointed governor of Tournay 49 Autumn, (lady) her behaviour at church..

140
Album Græcum prescribed to a sick dog

121
Alchymist, remarks on that comedy..
14 BACON, (lord) character of..

267
Aldobrandini, picture in the palace of....

184 His sentiments of poetry, the truest and best ever
Alexander the Great, his character, and irregularity

written....

108
191, 2do

His legacy to his countrymen and foreigners...
Compared with Cæsar.
6 Badajoz, account of a battle there

17
A memorable saying of his..

92 Marshal Bouffler's letter to the French king after
A remarkable incident between him and his physi. the battle of Badajoz

77
cian ..

209 Bag-pipe, to what sort of persons applicable in conver-
Account of the tragedy of

191
sation....

153
Alexander Truncheon, foreman of the male jury in A club of

153
the court of honour...

952 Balance, (merchant) the treatment of one who at.
Alicant capitulated for...
10 tempted to debauch his wife......

136
Taken..

21 Banbury, famous for cakes and zeal...
Allegories, as profitable to the mind, as hunting to the Bankers, why they should take poems for bills.......

434
146 Barbarity, an attendant on tyranny....

361
Allegory of Virtue and Pleasure making court to Barnes, (Mr. Joshua) his edition of Homer recom.
Hercules..

97 mended
Application of, in Homer.....

146 Barrymore, (earl) made prisoner in Portugal.. 17
Allen, (Mr.) founder of Dulwich college..

20 Barry, (Mrs.) an excellent player...
Almanack, Oxford, considered..

39 Requested to act the widow at Mr. Bickerstaff's fu-
Alost, attempt to surprise the garrison of....

1, 4
neral....

7
Amanda, the happy wife of Florio
... 49 Bass viols applied to conversation.

353
Ambition, the foundation and end of...
1786 Where most likely to be found...

153
Middle age of man most addicted to..
120 With what instrument matched...

157
Becomes true honour in the good...

Exposed to sale by lottery..

166
No true happiness in the success of .
202 Batchelor's scheme to govern a wife....

10
Its refuge when disappointed .........
202 Bath, commotions there...............

26
The true object of laudable ............
251 Battle of Badajoz....

17
Aminadab, the quaker's admonition
190 Of Blaregnies.

63, 64
Angelo, (Michael) his picture of the Last Judgment

Near Mons.. ......

63, 64
censured
156 Of critics ....

65
Anger, the ill consequences of.
172 Bawbles, by whom brought to perfection...

142
A tragical instance of surprise in anger ...
172 Bayes, (Mr.) his expedient in the theatre..

6
Animals, cruelty towards them condemned

133 Beadlestaff, his testimony of a reformation at puppet.
Anne, (queen) eulogiums on her government..... 90, 130 show at Oxford

45
Annihilation described by Milton and Dryden... 6 Beans, why to be abstained froin

940
Annuities, how purchased by Africanus.
36 Bear, meaning of that word explained

39
Anticyra, an island assigned by the Romans to mad- Bear-gardens of antiquity.

31
195 Bear-garden diversions condemned....

134
Its product.......
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Beauty, how long it ought to be the care of the fair sex o Cadogan, (major-general) at Brussels......
The town overstocked with it.....

195 Wounded x-fore Mons...
Bedlam, project for erecting a new one, ......... 125, 174 Cælia, her unhappy marriage with Palamede.

199
For whom designed...

...... 127, 174 Why so long a maid..
Distribution of the apartments there................ 175 Cælicola, wherein of the same use to his friends as an
Beef, the food of our robust ancestors..

148 angel
The breakfast of queen Elizabeth's maids of bonour 148 Cæsar, (Julius) compared with Alexander
Beef-eaters, the order of, ........
148 Callicoat acquitted in the court of honour...

939
Bellfry, (Mr.) an ignorant clown, his behaviour at lady Cambray, (archbishop of) account of his Telemachus 156
Dainty's...

37 Cambrick, the linen-draper indicted in the court of
Belvidere, a woman of good sense without affectation 126 honour.....
Bennet, (madam) her maxim for the ladies....

84 Camilla, exit of the person who performed that cha.
Bernard, (mons.) a Fre.ich banker, consequences of

racter in the opera...
his failure.. ..
3, 5, 29 Cainpaign, character of that poem

43
Offers to his creditors...

Cancrum, his merit.....
Betterton, the celebrated player, his character. (7, 107 Cane, worn out of affectation
Invitation to his benefit

Petition to wear one...
Account of his funeral..

167 Different in their kinds and value
Bickerstaff, (Isaac) his genealogy

11, 75 Cant, of modern men of wil....
How his race was improved .

75 Cards take the place of poetry
Epitome of his life

89 Careless, (Frank) opposed to Fop Nice...
An adept in astronomy...

2, 12+ Careless Husband, a comedy born within the theatre
of the society for the reformation of manners...... 3 Case, (Dr.) got inore by a short distich than Mr. Dry-
A benefactor to Grub-street ...

229
den gained by all his writings.

240
Gives advice for his own sake.

I, 4 Castabella, an eminent prude..
Expects hush-money,

26 Cato, a beauty in his character.
Not in partnership with Lillie
96 Cato Junior, his advice to Mr. Bickerstaff

19)
Did not compound with the inilliners and toymen.. 90 Cebes, table of, a beautiful allegory
Catched writing nonsense.....
59 Celamico, his will.....

961
His amours...

91, 107, 117 948 Celibacy, a great evil to a nation..
A design to marry him......

Censor, necessity of the office...
Contents of his scrutoire.....
78 Roman and British censors compared

162
His will
7 Censurers punished severely after death

156
Extraordinary cures performed by him at his lodg- Ceremony, invention and use of it...

34 Cervantes, (Michael) his discerning spirit. Wis
Disposes of his three nephews
39 Cestus of Venus described..

1 47
Entertains his nephews and a lady,

207 Chair, (elbow) for what purpose.....
Vindicated from injuring a person by satire...... 71, 74 Challenge, the style ofii...
Received at the theatre with extraordinary civility. 122 Chances, a comedy, character of.............

191
Entertained at the bouse of a friend who eats well.. 148 Chanticleer, (Job) his petition...
Purchases a ticket in the lottery..

Chaplains, a discourse concerning them

85
Writes to the French king ...

190 Chapel-clerk, explained...
His adventures in a journey to the land's end... 192 Caught in a garret...
Bickerstaff, (Margery)" methods used to divorce her Charles, the toyman, his great genius in canes and
from marriage

151 snuff-boxes...
Bickerstaff, (Samuel) his advice to his son and daugh- Chastity, its value instanced im Scipio...
ter
189 Cheerfulness, necessary in a married state..

192
Bicknell, or Bignell, (Mrs.) a comedian, commended Chicken, a modern diet

143
Acts the Country Wife...
13 Children, manner of nursing them........

15.
Billingsgate scold, behaviour of...........
204 A scheme to provide for them...

201
Birth, pride of

IM Chloe, love of her makes coxcombs
Bisset, (brigadier) his good office to Mr. Steele ac-

The fortune disappointed..

901
knowledged....

271

Christmas Eve....
Black-horse ordinary in Holborn, an adventure there 135 Church, indecent and irregular behaviour at, reproved 140
Bladder and string, modern music applied.

153 Church mutes censured..
Blaregnies, victory of....

65 Thermometer, when invented ...
Blindness cured by Mr. Grant, story of .

55 Cibber, (Colley) a celebrated comedian ..........
Blockheads apt to admire one another...

196 Cicero, his letters to his wife........
Blunder, (major) buys muskets without touch-holes. 61 Circumspection water, Bickerstaff's wonderful effects
Boatswain, (Dampier's) contrivance to prevent being

of it

2, 34
eaten...

62 Citizens distinguished from cits ......
Bodily wits.....

45 City politicians reproved
Bombardiers, who to be accounted such

83 Shower poetically described.....
Books, how to be valued...
80 Clarinda makes an ill choice of a lover .......

247
Booksellers, their complaint against parson Plagius.. 269 Clarissa, love of her makes madmen..
Boufflers, (marshal) a letter from him to the French Clemeni's (Thomas) proposal to provide for children. 261
king after a battle.....
77 Cleomira, confined for painting her face.....

61
Bourignon, (madam de) foundress of the pietists, her Clergy man, character for a good one......

72, 114
extraordinary gifts and talents

126

Respect due to them......
Bracegirdle, (Mrs.) an excellent player..

Deficicnt.....

66, 69, 70, 71
Brains, spirit of, in orange-Hower water..

94 Wherein their discourses may receive addition..... 66
Breeding, (fine) often inistaken...

217

Their laziness the principal cause of dissensions. 66, 69
Bribery, reflections on, with cals.

79 The vanity of some of them wearing scarfs and
A notable expedient to prevent it at elections.. 73

powdered wigs .

870
An essay and poem on it.....

Clerk of a church reproved.

69
A soliciior in the temple of avarice..
103 The term explained....

R
Bridget Howd'ye, her lady's advertisement concern. Clidemira, a woman of distinction

34
ing her..

245 Coaches, vanity of riding in them exposed...
Brisk, (sir Liberal) saved from sharpers...

73 Why they should be taxed, and ought to be called
Britain, particularly fruitful in religions...

250

in.....
Brunette, (colonel) a very pretty fellow

24 Coach-painting, a method to make it useful..
Brussels Postcript, remarks on that poem....

46 Cobbler, on Ludgate-hill, his contrivance to gratify
Brutes, cruelty towards them condemned...

131
his pride ..

187
Bruyere, (mons.) his satire on the French

57 Colchester, corporation of, their offer to Mr. Bicker-
Bublenia, angry about the tucker....

109

stat.
Buckley, (Mr.) a drawcansir....

18 Comma, (Mrs.) a subtle casuist.
Bullock and Penkethman, parallel between them.. 188 Commendation of one's self, when necessary
To attend Mr. Bickerstaff's funeral...
7 Commerce, a goddess in the region of liberty.

16
Busy Body, character of that comedy.
19 Coinmon prayer, advice to the readers of,

66, 930
Busy, (lady) described....
018 Commonwealth, the ruins of a.....

161
But, the particle, used too frequently.

38 Companions, what sort most desirable

.......... 45, 108

Essential qualities of.......
CADAROQUE, meaning of that word

Coinpany, its greatest perfection...

919
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Compassion, now moved in men and women

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Compassion instanced in a passage of Macbeth.. 637 David, (saint) his day, why observed by Mr.Bickerstaff 140
Often the weakest part about us..

Dawns, (honest Icabod, the news-writer ... IR 178
Competency, a guide in the temple of Avarice.. 123 Dead, who to be so accounted.. .96, 111, 118, 174
Complacency, a guide in the temple of Hymen 120 Heard and adjudged....

110
Complainers, their importunity

146 Dressed in lace, &c. contrary to the act............
Complaints concerning reformation...

96 A dead man resuscitated...
Complaisance, necessary in a married state

149 Decius, the character of a lewd person.....
Conjugal affection....
114 Dedications, the abuse of them...

. 43, 177
Conscience described ...

48 Difference between ancient and modern dedications 122
Consort, female, described...
157 A play dedicated to a city knight...

43
Constancy, necessary in the married state.
192 Detiance, natural to the English..

213
Contention described,..
120 Degeneracy of the age..

183
Between two ladies for the title of very pretty. 34 Delamira, account of her amours, and the virtues and
Contradiction, an occasion of it ......

171
management of her fan.....

52
More odious than flattery ...
171 Delicates, false, pernicious

148
Conversation, good-will the quintessence of it... 45 Demosthenes, his speech to the Athenians........... 183
What only gives true relish to it ....

Denmark, king of, runs for a prize at Dresden

33
The most necessary talent for it....

121 Account of his tour....... 2, 5, 6, 7, 8, 21, 24, 25, 28, 33
A general rule to be observed in it

264 Desire, two inost prevalent desires implanted in men
kules for it

by nature

205
The use and abuse of it...

225 Destinies, their speech and present to Jupiter... 116
A medium to be observed in it...

Devotion, the pleasure and dignity of it, by Dr. South 211
What it chietly turns upon

246
Diana Forecast, letter from...

200
Hundrums in conversation..

264 Diet, difference between ancient and modern,... 1.48
Repartees
91 Dimple, (lady.) her good breeding..

166
Copenhagen described...
12 Dinner, postponed...

263
Coppersmith, that name explained....

61 Discourse, different ualents in it...
Harry and Will, their character compared with The general subject of it....

248
the sharpers.
57 Discretion, a guard to one of Hymen's gates

120
Coquetry, what

27 Dissensions owing to the laziness of the clergy.. 68
Its effects on a young gentleman

107 Dissiinulation distinguished from simulation.... 213
How to overcome the power of it.

107 Distaff, Jenny, Mr. Bickerstaff's half sister, her visits,
Coquettes, a mischievous sect.....

behaviour, and character...

. 74, 143, 184
Labyrinth of
120 Her discourse in love....

10
Coinpared to prudes.....
126 Reflections on her brother's writings

33
Chaste jilts...
107 Apology for the fair sex...

247
Compared to kits...
157 Conduct in an amour

33
Story of a coquet widow

196

Her marriage, and character of her husband.... 74, 79
(orinna, her manner of life with Limberham ... 49 Sets up an equipage..
Corruption, an officer in the temple of Avarice... 123 Her happiness with Tranquilius

104
Cornwall, a tragical accident there ....

82 Distress, contemplation of, softens the mind, and
Country, the charms and pleasures of it

fetters the heart....

82
Modern entertainments and diversions in it.. 109 Diversions, for the king of Denmark, at Dresden..
Ignorant of Mr. Bickerstaff's character

31 Divito, sale of his goods, celestial and terrestrial
Country gentleman, character of a true onc 169 Ejected from his palace ....
Very ceremonious....
86 Doctor, dumb, at Kensington..

70
Couniry life, the true pleasures of it
89, 169 Podwell, some account of his opinions

187
Coupler, the conveyancer, his account of jointures Dogget, a comedian, commended.
and marriage-settlements...

His letter to Mr. Bickerstatf ...

100
Courant, a newspaper .....

178 His civilities to Mr. Bickerstaff at the theatre', 122, (195
Court of honour erected...
250 Dogs, a kennel of them to be disposed of

62
Account of its members, and their proceedings, Account of the loss of a lady's lap-dog...

47
..258, 253, 256, 259, 265 Recipe for a sick dog....

121
Cowley, (Mr.) his judgment of a poem...
234 Donnc, Dr. his saying of Guicciardini...

264
Coxcombs, described by Suckling...
57 Dorchester stage-coach advertised...

143
The greatest plague of them

91 Dover Cliff described by Shakspeare..
Required to hang out their signs ...........

96 Downes the prompter describes the state of the stage 193
Craft, when it becomes wisdom....
191 Dozers, who...

20
Crassus, his character compared with Lorio.
91 Dramatists, unskilful, remarks on them..

191
Credit described.
48 Dream of the band of lovers

To
How obtained in the city
176 Of Jupiter and the destinies

146
Critics described

29,7165
Of the region of liberty .........

161
A people between the learned and the ignorant..v.. 846 Of the temple of Virtue...

123
Opposed to wits....
99 Dress, plainness recommended

212
How punished after death.
165 Improprieties therein censured

270
A great critic in fits at the opera

of rural squires ...

96
('ruclty to animals
134 Head-dresses of the ladies...

435
Cunning, the greatest cunning of some people to Drinking, essay on,....
appear so....
191 The vice of the country...

169
A conternptible quality.....
Hol Dromio, the character of a sharper

56
Cupil, a lap-dog, dangerously ill...

121 Drum, who may be called so in conversation.....153, 157
Custom, the cause of duels....
99 Drunkards die by their own hands....

211
Cynthio, falls in love...

A warning to them ...

15$
The effect of a bow from his mistress ...

5 Druikenness, the ill effects of it.
Dictating on the passion of love.....

22 What may be esteemed a sort of incest therein.... 252
His resolution, and letter to his mistress.
35 Dryden, a saying of his on chastity.......

5
His death, monument and epitaph....
85 His verses on empire applied.

12
Czar of Muscovy, account of his victory.

49 Duel, inquiry into ihe genealogy of that monster.. 29
His generosity and hospitality to the Swedish offi- Duellers, how treated after death....

26
cers ...

58 Duelling and its terms explained...................25, 29
Custom the source of it.......

29
DAMIA, a woman of distinction, a very pretty lady. 34 Stripped of its pretensions to credit and reputa-
Dancing displays beauty .....

34
tion....

25, 28
Dancing-master, account of one who danced by book 88 How used by different nations...........

28
Dancing-shoes, to be carried in a stage-coach gratis, 180 Dialogue and remarks on.....

30, 39
Daniel the historian, extract from, on taxes..... 148 Dulcimer, who to be so accounted

157
Daniel, Mr. Bickerstaff's merry companion, his man- Dulwich College, founded by a player

20
ner of preaching
66 Dumb doctor at Kensington

70
Dapper, (parson) his way of preaching

66 Dumb conjurer....
Tim, head of a species.

11
85 D'Urfy the lyric poet, account of his abilities.
Dassapa, (Tom) hís potions,

A panegyric of his ...

43
Dathan, a Jew, tried in the court of honour... 256 His Plotting Sisters commended...
Davenport, (major-general) his good offices to Mr. Writes state plays, and political dances
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No. D'Urfy's dedication to his Modern Prophets ........... 43 Flavia, an imaginary mistress.................... 195 Dutch, their wit.... 129 Flea, skeleton of one...

110 Duumvir, his way of life, and behaviour to his wife Fleming, (Gen.) design of his visit to Berlin... and mistress... 54 Florimel and Picket, their courtship

7 Florinda, her pretensions to life..

106 EARL of Essex, character of that play..

Florio, a gentleman fitted for conversation

45 Earthquake pills..... 240 Flute, its effects in a female concert ..

157 Ease, in writing 9 How matched

157 Eastcourt, (Dick) Mr. Bickerstaff's apothecary.. 130 Fly-blow, a fool, who deserves to be treated like a Eaters, great, sacrifice sense to appetite...

205
knave

99 Eboracensis, a good governor so called..

69 Folio, (Tom) a broker in learning, his visit and criti. Ecstasy, described by Dryden.... 6

159 Education, various errors of... 189 A letter from him

160 Regulations proposed...

189 248
Fondness of wife and children

94, 114 Letter on the subject.. 234 | Fools, how they differ from madmen...

40 Proposals for reforming the education of the female The way to make them madmen.....

ong ... 63, 948 Footman, without avarice ...

124 Elbow-chair, where, and for what purpose to be pro- Foot-race by damsels at Epsom Wells......

36 vided..

268 Fop, Inveniory of the effects of a.... Elizabeth, (queen) the breakfast of her maids of ho- For and forasmuch discussed nour... 148 Forbes, (lord) his good offices to Steele

871 Elliott's project of a lottery..

201 Forecast, (Diana) desires to be quickly provided for... 300 Elmira, character and manner of her life 53 Fortitude, described by Mr. Collier......

251 Eloquence described....... .66, 70 When most conspicuous

... 176 Elpenor, a warning to drunkards.. 152 A remarkable instance of it.

177 Elysium, joys of, by the author of Telemachus... 156 Fortune, the way to be above her

170 Wherein its happiness may be supposed to consist 94 Emblem of, at the lottery office...

170 England, the figure it made in 1709.................... 130 Good, the ready path to it English, when they begin to sing.. 222 Fox, policy of that animal.....

299 Engagements between them and the French. 15, 63, 64 Fox, the, a play, applauded.; English tongue much adulterated ... 290 Fraud, an officer in the temple of Avarice....

125 Enjoyment, only to be accounted true possession... 63 Freemen have no superiors but benefactors..... 207 Envy deforms every thing...

227
Free state, represenied in a dance........

11 Effects of it.... 174 Freethinkers, who call themselves so..

19 Often occasioned by avarice. 227 Distinction between ancient and modern.

135 Epicene, an author, censured..

63 Considered in distress.. Epigram on marriage.. 40 French, characterised by Bruyere....

57 Epithets of Homer and Virgil compared.. 6 Defeated by the allies....

63 Epsom, diversions there...

30 Their shifts and subterfuges... Adventures of a fortune-hunter there..

47 Writers of memoirs exploded... Epsom-Wells, character of that comedy, 7 Friendship, founded on reason and choice...

89 Equanimity of temper, the greatest of human per- Tenderness of friendship.....

170 fections. 176 A necessary ingredient in the married state..

179 Equipage, proper to be set off with a rent-roll........ 66 Frogs, method used to import and propagate in IreEsquires, the order of....

19
land..

236 Why enemies to Mr. Bickerstaff

115 Frontlet, an awful beauty, characterised... Esteem, distinguished from affection....

206

Funerals, behaviour at them discover the state of the How distinguished from credit.... 176 mind..

184 Eucrates, effects of the natural softness of his temper 176 Future state, platonic notions concerning the happiEvil, the greatest under the sun., 191 ness and torments of.

154 Euphusius a man whose good nature is hurtful to Described by Homer, Virgil, and Fenelon, 159, 194, 156

76 Futurity, benefits arising from the prospects of it..... 156 Eustace, (Mr.) melancholy instance of passion....... 172 Wherein its happiness may be supposed to consist. Eutrapelus, mischievous in his presents..

...... 94, 154 Examiner, animadversions on....

239 Exercise of arms in London..

GALLANTRY, low, between a footman and a maidExtortion, office of, in the temple of Avarice.... 123

servant.

7 Eye, language of the....... 145 True, wherein it ought to consist ...........

58 The heroic virtue of private life...

94 FAME, a universal passion......

What effects it has on men, instanced in a theatre The love of it dwells in heroic spirits..

92
on fire ...

91 Inconveniencies attending the desire of it.... 255 Galway, (Galloway) earl of, his bravery and conduct False fame can only please the vicious.....

92 in Portugal Difficult to obtain or preserve ..............

855 Gamesters, their motive covetousness Bank of....

87
Their misery

13 Plan of the chainber of..

67 What men of honour and wealth play against them, Mountain and Temple of ......

81

A speech concerning them...
Table of........

74, 81
Defended

57 Familiarities, how distinguished.

225

Represented under the character of a pack of Family scene ..

.95, 114 hounds....

.... 59, 62, 64, 65, 66, 68, 70 Fan, its motion discovers ladies' thoughts..

52 Gaming, its original.. Verses on a fan.... ... 239 The folly of it...

65 Fardingal, (lady) her advertisement .............

Gascon, adventure of one with a widow.. The fardingal allowed for a time...

191 Gatty, (Mrs.) foremost in the rank of toasts Fashion, absurd when too strictly followed

212 Jack Gainly's sister, her character........ Favonius, the character of a good clergyman.. ..., 78, 114 Genealogy of the Bickerstaff's

11 Feasts, considered 205 Genii, their good offices to men

49 Felicia (England), happy in good ministers of state.. Gentleman, what meant by the term

21 Fellows, various significations of that term ....

52 A character difficult to support with propriety... Female Consort of music 157 Ghost of Anticlea, Ulysses' mother

152 Fencing, how learned by Mr. Bickerstatf 93 Ghosts of beauties....

159 Fidget, a general visitant, the occasion of her mad

Of the damned..

153 ness ........ 174 Of heroes

152, 154 Fire-men described 61 Of lovers

154 Fits, cured by a whisper.... 23 Of good princes

14 Flagelet, an instrument in the female concert, how esteemed by that sect .......

157 Gimcrack, (sir Nicholas) a virtuoso, his will Flatterers, true meaning of the word, few good ones. 208 His widow desires Mr. Bickerstaff's friendship.. Flattery grateful to human nature 69 Glass, state-weather.

214 Ill consequence of flattering women......... 139 Glory, true, inseparable from merit.......

177 Force of it in Don Quixote 69 Gluttony, modern..........

905 Flavia, a truly fine woman.....

919

Goatham petition ...:
A coquette, her interview with Myrtillo .............

145
Goldsmiths distinguished from coppersmiths

61 A young lady rival to her mother

206
Good breeding.......

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him .....

151

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