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QUERIES, concerning matrimony, N. 57.

RACE-HORSES, cruel to put them to their utmost
speed for diversion only, N. 6.

Rakes, in love, not so bad as gallant men, N. 17.
characterised, N. 131.

Raleigh, Sir Walter, his saying of Walsingham, N.

Raphael, the beauties of his picture of our Saviour
appearing to his disciples, N. 19.

Reading, how abused, N. 60.

Recipe, for making an Epic poem, N. 78.
Recluse, idleness exposed, ibid.

Reformation of manners, a project for that purpose,
N. 107.

Religion, enquiries into it, urged, N. 75.

Renown, women of, instances of them, N. 11.
Repartee, a quick one in parliament, N. 137.
Reproof distinguished from reproach, N. 56.
Revenge, the wickedness of it, N. 20.

a remarkable instance of it, N. 8.

Rich men, what Diogenes said of them, N. 91.
Riding-dress, why called Pindaric, N. 149.
Ringwood, Esau, his memorial, in behalf of hunters,
N. 64,

Jack, his temple education described, N. 151.
his milliners and shoemakers bills, ibid.
Roarings of Button's lion, N. 121.

Rochester, bishop of, his definition of wit, N. 141.
Roscommon, earl of, his rule for translating, N. 164.
Rowley, Mr. his proposal for new globes, N. 1.
Rural life, what destroyed the tranquillity of it
amongst the first race of men, N. 22.
Rustylides, his letter on masquerades, N. 142.

SACRED poetry pleasant and beneficial, N. 51
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Sackville, lord Edward, his answer to lord Bruce's
challenge, N. 129.

-account of his combat with lord Bruce,

N. 133.

Sadducees, may be called Freethinkers

Jews, N. 93.

among the

Sanazarius, his pastorals condemned, N. 28.

Santon Barsisa, his history from the Turkish tales,
N. 148.

Scandal, a vice, the fair sex too easily given into,
N. 85.

Scaron, account of his marriage with Madam Main-
tenon, N. 47.

Schacabac, the Persian, an instance of his com-
plaisance, N. 163.

Schools, the pleasure of them, N. 62.

Scorn opposed to patience, N. 152.

Scriptures, the belief of them considered, N. 75.
Segonia, John de, account of his combat with his
brother, N. 104.

Servants, the duty of masters towards them, N. 85.
Sexes, the comparative perfections of them, N. 152.
at war, reconciled by Virtue and Love, ibid.
Shame, fear of it overcomes tenderness, N. 105.
public, the use of it, N. 92.

Shepherd, true character of one in Pastorals, N. 23.
Short Club, account of it, N. 91. N. 92.

Sickness, the effects it has on the mind, N. 132.
Sidney, Sir Philip, a Psalm translated by him,

N. 18.

Silvio, his bill of costs in courting Zelinda, N. 94.
Similies, difficult to succeed in them N. 64.
Sleep, shews the divinity of the human soul, N. 93.
Sloth more invinsible than vice, N. 131.
Small-coalman, his musical talent, N. 144.

Smooth, author, his letter about his wife who is
very seldom angry, N. 73.

Sneezing, a treatise thereon, N. 60.
Snow, artificial, before the French king, N. 103.
Snuff, philosophical, the use of it, N. 35.
Socrates, his remarks on philosophy, N. 70.
contemned censure, N. 135.

Softly, Simon, ill used by a widow, N. 93.
Soldiers, christian vigilance recommended to them,
N. 18.

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moved at the distress in a tragedy, N. 19.
Soliloquy, of an Athenian libertine, N. 18.
Solomon, his choice of wisdom, N. 111.
Somersetshire, pastoral ballad, N. 40.

Song, by a lady who loved an ugly man, N. 16.
writing, a criticism thereon, ibid.

Sophia refuses a present of jewels on her marriage,
N. 147.

Soul, discovery of the seat of it by Des Cartes,
N. 35.

sympathy of, N. 15Q.

South, Dr. extract from his discourse on a good
conscience, N. 135.

Sparkler, her letter about the character of Lucia and
Maria in Cato. N. 43.

Speculative part of mankind compared with the ac-
tive, N. 130.

Speech, a discourse thereon, N. 172.

Spies, the use secretary Walsingham made of them,

N. 71.

Spleen, the Dutch not subject to its, N. 131.
Spring, the beauties of that season described,
N. 125.

verses thereon, ibid.

called the youth and health of the year, ibid,
Squires, country, ignorant of nature, N. 169.

Stage, an instance of it force in reforming the world,

N. 43.

Statius, Strada's, N. 122.

Steele, Mr. his letters against the Examiner, N. 53.

his letters about Dunkirk, N. 168.

Stomachers for beaus, N. 171.

Story tellers, censured for ridiculous punctuality,
N. 42.

Story telling, not an art, but a knack, ibid.

rules, for it, N. 24. N. 42.

Strada, his excellent prolusions, N. 115. N. 119.
N. 122.

Sublime, Longinus, his best rule for it, N. 152.
Boileau's notes on it, N. 117.


Sullen husbands complained of, N. 132.

Swagger, Tom, his letter to Old Testy, N. 145.
affronted, N. 171.

Swords, the immoderate length of them condemned,
N. 143. N. 145.

Sympathy of souls, N. 151.

TALE TELLERS, hired to lull people asleep in Ireland,
N. 42.

Tall club, an account of it, N. 108.

Temple education, account of it, N. 151.

Temple, sir William, his account of English humour,
N. 87.

his remarks on the gardens of Alcinous,
N. 173.

his character of the Dutch, N. 131.
Teraminta, angry about the tucker, N. 109.
like a wag-tail, N. 125.

Terræ filius at Oxford, reflections on him, N. 72.
Terrible club, account of it, N. 143.

Terror, Andrew, the Mohock, a cure wrought on
him, N. 11.

Theano, the wife of Pythagoras, taught philosophy,
N. 165.

Theocritus's Idyls, compared with Virgil's Eclogues,
N. 28.

Theodosius, the emperor, married to Athenias, a
Grecian virgin, N. 155.

Thrift, Generosity, his letter about the French trade,
N. 170.

Tillotson, Extract from his discourse concerning
the danger of all known sin, N. 21.
Time, not to be squandered, N. 188.
Timogenes, a man of false honour, N. 161.

Timoleon, the Corinthian, his piety and remarkable
preservation, N. 117.

Tiptoe, Tom, a gallant member of the short club,
N. 92.

Topknot, Dr. why so called, N. 116.

Tory, English, his letters about demolishing Dun-
kirk, N. 128. N. 131.


Trade, its interest the same with that of land, N. 76.
with France prejudicial to England, N. 170.
Tragedy-writers, wherein notoriously defective, N.
Translation, lord Roscommon's rules for it, N. 164.
the best means of refining and polishing

a language, ibid.

Treatise recommended as useful towards the im-
provement of the world, N. 43.

Tremble, Tom the quaker, his letter on naked breasts,
N. 116.

Truelove, Tom, the character of a good husband,
N. 113.

Tuck, Tim, the hero of the short club, N. 92.
Tucker, remarks on the ladies laying it aside, N. 18.
26. 33. 36. 48. 52. 56.

Tugghe, Sieur, of Dunkirk, his impudence, N. 28.
Turks, their humanity to animals, N. 61.
Tutors, ill used and ill paid, N. 90.

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