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Greenbat, Obadiah, his criticism upon Mr. Bickersaff's
writings, and Bickerfiaft's remarks thereon, 47, 48.
Greenbats, their character and relation to the Staffs, 48,
. 49. '
Grogram, Jeffery, his acknowledgment that he is dead,
and petition for interment, 298
Gunner and Gunfter distinguished, 20%.
Gonfter in conversation, who to be fo accounted, ibid.
IT ALL, Serjeant, his letter to his comrade, and
11 criticisms thereon, 203, 204.
Hamlet, his, exclamation on his mother's hasty marriage,
297. Effect of that tragedy when well performed,
Hard words exploded, 42.
Hawksly, his raffing-shop at Hampstead, 45.
Hercules, Predicus's allegory concerning him, 252.
Hero, how diftinguished from a plain honest man, 258.
Heyday, Jack, whom he reduced by gaming, 31.'
Hippocrates, the character of a generous physician, 157.
Horror, described by Shakespear, 219.
Humanity inspired by the Muses, -258. No true great-
nefs without it, ibid.
Human nature, confidered in its true dignity, 202.
Humphry, 'Squire, babbled at Batb, 83.
Husband, qualities necessary to make a good one, 287.
Husfars, civil and wild, who, 29.
TACKS, Harry, why, he deserved a statue, 65.
J Idleness, more deftructive than the plague, 251,
Imagination the most active principle of the mind, 257.
Immortality, two kinds of it, 170.
"Inconstancy described by Hamlet, 297.'
Indibilis's wife restored by Scipio, 41.
Industry, Knights of, an account of shem, 131).
V NIGHTS of the industry, their defigns on a
A young heir, 132..
Knockers, exercise of them taught, 294.
T ABOUR for the public, unsuccessful, 974
L Ladies, treating them in organ-lofts, censared, 61,
Lalo, Colonel, killed in a battle with the French, 79.
Landlord, Alexander, his laconic love-letter, 136.
Laura, her perfections and excellent character, 19. De-
spised by her husband, ibid. .
Learning, what it is, and what it is not, 67. Only im-
proves nature, ibid.
Letter from Marshal Boufflers to the French King, 154.
Should be the produce of the place, 231. Instanced
in one from Switzerlandt, ibid. Penny-poft letters
fent as reprimands, 96.
Libellers censured, 227. Distinguished from fatyrists,
Lights, well disposed in affemblies, enlarge the thoughts,
Lillie, Charles, his letter, 230. Recommended, 23.11
Catalogue of his wares, 239-273. Ordered to pre-
pare blank licences for wearing canes, 280.
kifander and Corinna, a married couple, among Mr.
Bickerstaff's dead, 23.
Living men, who, 247.
Lizard, that friendly animal compared to a satyrist,
Lorio, Maria's lover, his character, 221.
Love founded on reason and choice, 178. Sentiments
of it the same in all natjóns, 217. Its effects and
cure, 436439. Life insipid without it, 218.
A mixture of pleasure and pain, 217. The history of
it in an allegory by Plato, 218. Complained of by
Diana Doubtful, 255.
Love-letters between Mr. Bickerstaff and Maria, 184
: . 186. Found in a grave, 289.
Lucretia, her fory, merit, and character, 189. Why
excluded the temple of Fame, 190.
M ACBETH, a scene of diftress in that play, 103.
IVI Madonella, the Platonic, her scheme, 74.
Mlevius wsites verses in commendation of his own works,
Maria, perplext in her choice between a man of merit
and a man of fortune, 221, 222.
Marinus, a good sea-oficer, opposed to a fellow of kre,
Marlborough, John, Duke of, his merit, 28-77-93.
Marriages onbappy, from what proceeding, 161. How
men's minds and humours may be changed by it, 143
Verses on marriage out of Milton, 163. Two ladies
defired to marry the same man, to prevent parting,
Married persons often overlook theis enjoyments, 241.
Martius, the character of an unlearned wit, 13:
Mathematical fieve to lift impentinences, 5.
Matrimony, no medium therein, 161.
Melancholy, the deligbt of men of knowledge and vix
Men, wherein they may diftinguish themselves, 255..
Mercer, account of one who could not enjoy a sbousand
pounds a year, 89.
Merit obscure, should be produced to public view, 190.
Milton, his description of Eve's pleasure in the fociety
of Adam, 335.
Miner, who fo in conversation, 208.
Mirrour, Tom, the pantomime, an account of him, 3.
Modeft men distinguished from modest fellows, 11.
Modeity described, 10. Different in men and women,
9. The chief ornament of the Fair-sex, 189. Its
advantages in men, 2012
Monoculus, a grave sharper, 30.
Mons invested by the English, 69–150. Taken, 187,
Morphew, John, appointed Mr. Bickerstaf's chamber.
keeper, 281. Made General of the dead men, 284.
TASSAU, Printe of, his gallantry, 111.
V Neftor, a great but too modest an architect, go
No, when to be used by young people, 186.
Nonsense, a prevailing part of eloquence among ladies,
Nunnery erected by a Platonne, 74. The manner of
receiving young ladies into some nunneries in Popish
O RLANDO the Fair, his history, 1. His way of
contemning the world, ibid.
Organ-loft, a treat given to ladies there censured, 61.
Orfon Thickett, his character and paflion for Cleora, 256
Ofmyn, the inconstant husband, his character and behaa
viour to his wife, 12.
D ÆTUS, manner of his death, and the magnania
T mity of his wife, 125, 126.
Painting the face censured, 60.
· Panegyric, a theme for Ms. Bickerftaff, 72. On Mr.
Bickerstaff for confefling his faults, 73.
Partridge, Mr. John, his manner of surprising Marpers,
33. Account of his intended funeral, 264. Walks,
and denies his death, 49. Advertisement in his Ala
-manack that he is alive, and calling Mr. Bickerstaff a
knave, 248. .
Pendergrafs,'Sir Thomas, killed in a battle, 79.
Penny-poft letters fent as private reprimands, 96. .
Perhaps, when that word betrays, a certain decay of af:
Physicians, good ones, of great use in a commonwealth,
158. Ordered from Bath, 154. Character of a ge-
nerous one, 157.
Pirates, in printing and bookselling, complained of and
. . Pitore
Pistols, a fatal accident occaioned by loaded piftols, 178.
Plato, his history of love, 213.
Platonnic nunnery established, 74.
Players blamed for inserting words of their own in their
parts, 216. -
Play-house on fire in Denmark, 237.
Poetasters ridiculed, 295. Catalogue of the labours of
Poetry, efficacy of it on the mind, 257. Sir Francis
Bacon's account of it, 307
Posture-master, his beholders censured, 305.
Powell, junior, an excuse for writing against him, 4.
Praise, generous and heroic spirits most sensible of it,
229. How coveted by great men, ibid. To be re-
garded only as relating to things ftri&tly true, ibid.
Præ-adamites threatened, u. No wit or humour in
their practices, ibid.
Priesthood, when the highest honour, 106.
Prodicus, a noble allegory of his, 252.
Prudes, a name for courtly hypocrites, 278.
Punctuality, a suspicious circumstance in visiting, 311.
Pythagoras, one of his golden sayings, 307.
UARREL, matrimonial, prevented, and advice
D AFFLING-Shop kept by a lawyer at Hampfread,
V Rape-trials, most attended by women, 188.
Richard the Third, effect of reading that tragedy, 219.
Riches, the use and abuse of them, 37.
Ridicule, how to be used, 72. When the effect of rea-
Risibility, the effect of reason, ibid.
Rochefoucault, his writings censured, 306.
Rofin, Will, the Wapping fidler, history of his life, zg1.
Stratagem of his wife to prevent the marriage of her