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ehy youth 90 The use of his K Nowledge, pursuits of it re-
commended to youth rik
their gaming 174.
Laudanum out. of doors at the
Bath, and why 174.
Land-bank, project of 1071
women i 55.
of nations to bestow them on of the poets lis.
Leo II, his letter to the Guar-
one 86. That in Job better Letter from Alexander to Ari.
bout the cloquence of twist-
niel Button on that subject
dal anreng the ladies ib. From
0.86About the infolence of
the Examiner 90. From the
worthy youth ib. About men
From James Diaper, Philay.
86. The description of a ter 95. From Simon Softly.
Guardian 101. 104. From
Pope 140* His intended chas) somenclator 107. From Dita
philosopher's stone 166, 4 longitude il., About the tall
racter aand love of ancestry 109. Anotherib. From Dæs
dulus 1 1 2. About wedding-
98.* Nestor, Efq; a pieces of 114. -From-a.Quaker about.
true tempered-teel 1021 raked brcalis :16. From Le:
fulnject 113, 1217 rom Jack,
ih. About the ladies gaming,
bailador's is the
ton's coffeehouse 98. 114,
From Leo II, to be a sub-lion 139, Button's lion's nativity
and Avarice 15 min
querade at the French ama
, the Frçe thinkers
- such 13 O.
Thomas White about the amballador's 154.
ces atter entering upon it
Mechanics, in what really info
Jable keeping of treaties 12& Medals, modern, an error ja
principle 83. Free thinkers Melilla and Polydore, their stor
copot of two different onesib. relating to his discovering. o
his children 150
Memorial from Dunkirk an- Persian soldier, his crime ani
treating the angel 138. Petticoats,' a grievance 114.
The attraction of it 126. by art 103
100, Opposed to lust 152.
Picts, the women advised to į.
mitate them 40.
Plain, Tom, his letter about
report of him 8s. What he
faid of censure 135..
Rome so called 307. A male Poets, tragic, errors committed
faid of them 94.
war horse 86.
ihe Innocents the worst 114.
Posterity the regard we mould
have to it 138,
Polhure-master, his frolics 102
reprefented in fire-works 103 The vice of it 153:
dren considered 150.
tion on Cromwel'sdeath 136. Guardian 1326
and Latin, condemned 94, late ministry 96. Of land-
bank, and reformation of Short, Bob, his letter about his
of the poets 115. 119. 122. 92.
ing a good mistress of a family 131.
Sigonia, John de, his story 104.
unknown to him ib.
French King 103
Recluse, his character 131.
a widow 97.
education is 1. His millener South, Dr, his sermon on a good
Speech, a discourse of it 172
Earl of, his rule Spring, verses on it 125
Statius, Strada's 122
Steele, Richard, his 'letter about
, Sir Edward, his an-
Testy 145. Affronted a no
the Turkish talcs 148. of them condemned 43 :
of his complaisance 102. Sublime, Boileau's notes on Lone
rule for it 15%
Temple education, an in.
stance of it 151
144. What he says of Ho.
Teraminta, angry about the of breeding of youth Is I.
lation 164. Out of Claudian
ib. Out of Anacreon 168. On
against the French trade 170. mer's garden of Alcinous 1 7's
man of falfe honour 161. Virgins, the great wickedness of
demoliling Dunkirk 128. courting 125.
Weather, fine, the pleafure of
Wedding cloaths, a letter about
about the longitude 107,
of a good husband 113; bout the philosopher's stone
13.00. They are offended 109. Wilkins, Bishop, his art of Alys
Wisdom, Solomon's choice of it
fome account of him 92, Wifeacre, Squire, what was his
Wit, the Bishop of Rochester's
author of fome excellent pa-
Women Thould have learning
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