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FAME, the love of it dwells in heroic spirits, 229.
Fame, the bank of, 206. Plan of the chamber <lf
Fame, 94. Table of Fame, 204. Mountain and
temple of Fame, 174.
Family, a family scene, 95—332. ✓
Fan, its motions discovers ladies thoughts, 7, g.
Fcevenius, the character of a good clergyman, 33 3, w"
Fellow, various significations of that term, 11.
Fellows of fire described, 56. . _
Fencing, how learned by Mr. Bicktrstaff, 235.
Fire, men of, described, 56.
Flattery, force o<* it instanced in Din Quixote, I lov
Flavin, an imaginary mistress, 295. •'
Florinda, her pretensions to life, 298.
Fondness of wise and children, instanced, 24s—332.
Fop, inventory of his effects seized for the charge of hi*
For, and for as much, discussed, 43.
Free-thinkers considered in distress, 3*1. Censured and
French, characterized by Bruyere, 38. Defeated by the
allies, 75, 76. Their shifts and subterfuges, ibid.
French writers of memoirs exploded, 191.
Friendship founded on reason and choice, 178.
Futurity, wherein the happiness thereof may be supposed
to consist, 239.
GALLANTRY, true, wherein it ought to consist,.
4s, 42. The heroic virtue of private life, 236,
What effects it has on men, instanced in a theatre op
Gamesters, a speech concerning them, 31. Defended,
55, 56. Represented under the characters of a pack
of hounds, 45—63—81—83—92—101—117.
Gentleman, a character the moil difficult to support witk
Goldsmiths distinguished from copjpersiaiths, 59.
Grttnbat, Obaiiah, his criticism upon Mr. Bicierstaf*
writings, and Bicierjtaff'a remarks thereon, 47, 48.
Grttnbtfs, their character and relation to the Staffs, 48,
Grcgram, J'ffcry, his acknowledgment that he is dead,
and petition for interment, 298.
Gunner and Gunster distinguished, 207.
Gouster in conversation, who to be so accounted, ibid.
HALL, Serjeant, his letter to his comrade, and
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.
Hanukjly, his raffling-lhop at Hampjliad, 4;.
Hercules, PnJitui's allegory concerning him, 252.
Hero, how distinguished from a plajn honest man, 25?,
Hey Jay, Jaci, whom he reduced by gaming, 31'.
Hippocrates, the character of a generous physician, I 57,
Horror, described by Shake/pear, 210,7
Humanity inspired by the Muses, 258. No true'great-
nese without it, ibid.
Human nature, considered in its true dignity, 202.
Humphry, 'Squire, bubbled at Bath, 83.
Husband, qualities necessary to make a good one, 287*
Hussars, civil and wild, who, 29.
JACKS, Harry, why he deserved a statue, 6c:.
Idleness, more destructive than the plague, 251.
Imagination the most active principle of the mind, 2-57.
Immortality,' two kinds of it, 170.
•Inconstancy described by Hamlet, 297.
Indibilis's wife restored by Scipic, 41.
Industry, Knights of, an account of them, 131,
KNIGHTS of the industry, their designs on a
, young heir, 132.
Knockers; exercise of them taught, 254. '",
LABOUR for the public, unsuccessful, g%\
t Ladies, treating them in organ-lofts, censored, 6t,
Lain, Colonel, killed in a battle with the French, 79.
Landlord, Alexander, his laconic Jove-letter, 136.
Laura, her perfections and excellent character, 191 De-
spised by her husband, Hid.
Learning, what it is, and what it is not, 67. Only im-
proves nature, ibid.
Letter from Marshal Boujjkrs to the French King, 154.
Should be the produce of the place, 231"; Instanced
m one from Switzerland, ibid. Penny-post letteis
sent as reprimands, 96.'
Libellers censured, 227. Distinguished from satyrisls,
Lights, well disposed in assemblies, enlarge the thought?,.
Ullti, Charles, his letter, 230. Recommended, 23.1'..
Catalogue of his wares, 239—273. Ordered to pre-
pare blank licences for wearing canes, 280.
iijander and Corinna, a married couple, among Mr.
Bicfor/las s deadi 23.
Living men, who, 247.
Lizard, that friendly animal compared to a fatyrist,
Lorio, Maria's lover, his character, 22,1.
Love founded on reason and choice, 178.. Sentiments'
of it the fame in all nations, 217. Its effects and
cure, 436—439. 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.
Latrttia, bet floiy, merit, and character, 189. Wry
excluded the temple of Fame, 190.
MJCBETH, a scene of distress in that play, ^0$.
Madoulla, the Platonic, her scheme, 74.
Msiius writes 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-tincer, opposed to a fellow of fire,
Marlbcrough, John, Duke of, his merit, 28—77—93.
Marriages unhappy, 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
desired to marry the fame man, to prevent parting,
Married persons often overlook their enjoyments, 241.
Martius, the character of an unlearned wit, ^3.
Mathematical sieve te sift impentinences, 5.
Matrimony, no medium therein, 161.
Melancholy, the delight of men of knowledge and vir-
Men, wherein they may distinguish themselves, 255.
Mercer, account of one who could not enjoy a thousand
pounds a year, 8q.
Merit obscure, lhould be produced to public view, 190.
Milton, his description of Eve's pleasure in the society
of J.iam, 33 j.
Miner, wbo so in conversation, 208.
Mirrour, Torn, the pantomime, an account of him, 3).
Modest men distinguished from modest fellows, II.
Modesty described, 10. Different in men and women,
9. The chief ornament of the Fair-sex, 18g. Ita
advantages in men, 201.
Mmoculus, a grave (harper, 30.
Mum invented by the Er.glijh, 69—J 50. Taken, 187,
Morfilow, John, appointed Mr. BUktrstaff's chamber-
keeper, 281. Made General of the dead men, 284..
ASS JU, Prin.ee of, his gallantry, ut.
A , Nestor, a great bat too modest an architect, o>
No, when to be used by young people, 186.
'Nonsense, a prevailing part of eloquence among ladies,.
Nunnery erected by a Plaionne> 74. The manner of
receiving young ladies into some nunneries in Popish
ORLANDO the Fair, his history, i. His way of
contemning the world,, ibid,
Organ-loft, a treat given to ladies there censured, 61.
Orson Thickets, his character and paffion for Chora, 256..
Qsmyn, 'the inconstant husband, his character and beha-
viour to his wife, 12.
PÆTUS, manner of his death, and the magnani-
mity of his wife, 125, 126,
Painting the fac^ censured, 60.
Panegyric, a theme for Mr. Bickerstaff, 72. On Mr.
Bickerfiaff for confessing his faults, 73.
Partridge, Mr. John, hiS manner of surprising sharpers*
33. Account of his intended funeral, 264. Walks*
ajad denies his death, 49. Advertisement in his Al-
manack that he is alive, and calling Mr. BichrJiaJ' a
Pendergrafs, Sir Thomas, killed in a battle, 79.
Penny-post letters sent as private reprimands, 96.
Perhaps, when that word betrays a certain decay t>f as.
Physicians, good one*, of great use in a commonwealth*
158. Ordered from Bath, 154. Character of a ge-
nerous one, t 57.
firates, in printing and bookselling, complained of and"