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Lie, a pernicious monosyllable
256 Machiavel, an office suited to him in a vision

123
Life, how to be considered

120 Madmen, who, whither sent by the Romans
Lightning in operas, of what it must be made 137 Difference between them and fools
I'ruc perfumed, where sold

137 An edifice intended for their reception and
Lights well disposed enlarge the thoughts
108

125, 174
Lillie, Charles, his letter and petition
92 Madness, the first symptoms thereof

174
Recommended
92,94 Chiefly occasioned by pride

127
Catalogue of his wares

94, 101 Madonella, her scheme
His presents and licence

94 Account of a revolution in her platonic pur-
His reports

250

nery
Ordered to prepare blank licences

103 Mævius writes verses in commendation of his
Limberham, the keeper
49 own works

gi
Linendrapers tried in the court of honour 259 Maids of honour, their breakfasi in queen
Of Westminster, their petition

215 Elizabeth's time
Lisander and Corinna, a married couple reck Maintenon, (madam) her letter to Mons. Torcy,
oned dead
54

19
Literature, the proper effects of it
197 Makebate, (Elizabeth) trial of

259
Living men, who

96 Male coquette, his bed-equipage described 243
Lizard, that friendly animal compared to a Widow-hood considered

11
satirist

84 Man, the middle link between angels and brutes 134
Lloyd's Coffee-house, proposals thence

268 A creature made up of different extremes 109
London in a great consternation

40 The only imperfect creature in the universe 246
Cries of, compared with Italian operas 4 Mandeville, (sir John) some of his remains 254
London Cuckolds, a comedy, a heap of vice and Maria, account of the loss of her lap-dog
absurdity

8 Distracted in her choice between a man of
Long, (major) advertisement from his wine

merit and a man of fortune

91
vaults

147 Marinus, a good sea officer, exposed to a fellow
Long heads, who
191 of fire

61
Lordship, on what occasion that appellation Marlborough (John) duke of, his merit
proper

211

5, 8, 18, 46, 55, 64, 66, 130, 137
Lorio, a lover, character of
91 Marriage described

7
Lotius had rather be esteemed religious than The safest and happiest state this world affords 49
devout

211 An account of marriage from experience 150
Lottery, reflections on

124, 174

The caprices and hazards attending a married
A bass viol to be disposed of by way of 166

192, 199
Love, founded on reasou and choice

82 Unhappy marriages, from what proceeding,
A gencral concern

5

79, 188, 192, 223
The most effectual cure for it

47 How men's minds and humours may be
Sentiments of it the same in all ages

90
changed thereby

75
Inseparable from estcem

206
Table of marriage

157
How to judge aright in it

247 Epigram on
Has nothing to do with state
149 Verses on, from Milton

79
Distinguished from lust

5, 49

Two ladies desire to marry the same man to
Its effects and cure

prevent parting

69
The effect of disappointments therein 185 Settlements, by whom introduced

199
Changes the natural man

Ill consequences attending them.

233
Life insipid without it
90 A proposal for regulating them

233
A mixture of pleasure and pain

A settlement drawn up by Mr. Bickerstaff 199
Allegory, of its history by Plato
90 Often overlook their enjoyments

95
Complained of by Diana Doubtful
98 Rendering it cheap discourages vice

223
Illustrated

93, 150 Marrow-bone and cleaver, modern instruments
Criminal, some account of the state of it 49 of music

153
Letters, by Cynthio

35 Marseilles, account of an insurrection there 13
Directions for writing them

30, 139 Martius' character of an unlearned wit 58
Between Mr. Bickerstaff and Maria

83 Masquerade, a lady in danger of her life for
Found in a grave
104 being left out of one

146
Lovemòre, a happy husband

150 Matchlock, (major) a member of the Trumpet
Lovers, the band of
120 Club

132
Lucia, a rival to her mother

206 Mathematical sieve to sift impertinencies 51
Lucretia, her story, merit, and character 84, 117 May-Fair, the downfal of, reduced the price of
Why excluded the temple of Fame

84 curiosities
Lucubrations of Mr. Bickerstaff, design of them 50 Mechanics in learning

173
Lust, in whom virtuous love

120 Melancholy, the delight of men of knowledge
Temple of
120 and virtue

89
Lute, the part it bears in a concert or conver Men, wherein they may distingush ihemselves 97
sation
153, 157 In love, always poetical

27
Lydia, the character of, a coquette

126 Of sense the women's humble servants 37
Lysander, disturbed in his solitude

215 | Mercer, who could not enjoy a thousand pounds
MACBETH, a scene in

68 Merit, obscure should be produced to public
Machiavel, author of a mischievous sect 186 view

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Merry fellows described
45 Northern parts, fruitful in bagpipes

153
Messalina, a professed mistress of mankind
49 Noses, a dissertation on

260
Microscopes, their use

119 Notch, (sir Jeffry) a member of the Trumpet
Military achievements of London
28 Club

132
Millenium, when to commence

43 Nottingham, why young ladies cannot sleep
Milton and Suckling, in a parallel case, show

there

222
the duty of man in love
40 Nova Zembla, account of

254
of
Eve's pleasure in the society of Adam 114 Novelists, effects of their writings

178
Miners, who so in conversation

88 Noy, his expedient to reclaim his son by a
Minucio's spirit of contradiction

171 legacy
Minor, (Tom) the pantomime
51 Nurses, their abuses of infants exposed

15
Mirtillo, the ogler, interview with Flavia 145 Nunnery, by a platonic lady

32, 63
Misery in families, whence it mostly arises

The manner of receiving young ladies into
Mite, dixsection of one
119 nunneries

96
Modely, (Tom) his knowledge of the fashion 166
Head of the order of insipids

166 OGLERS complained of by the ladies 1 45
Modest men distinguished from modest fellows 52 Dangerous

145
Modesty described
52 Ogling gains women

22
Different in men and women
52 Old age, wherein delighted

207
The chief ornament of the fair sex
84 Old Bachelor, account of that comcily

8, 195
Its advantages in men
86 Opera, in female conversation

157
Monarchy, the genius thereof described 16] Italian, considered

4
Monoculous, a sharper

55 The understanding has no pert in it
His reflections on Africanus
30 Oppression, an attendaut on Tyranay

161
Monosyllables, a disgrace to the English lan Orangerie described

179
guage

230 Orator in a night-gown an:l laced eap
Mons invested
62, 76 Orlando the fair, his history

50, 51
- Taken

83 Organ-loft
, ladies treated in one

61
Montpelier compared to Anticyra

125 Orson, (Thicket) his character and passion for
Mopsa, her good fortune in the lottery prog-

Cleora

98
nosticated
124 | Osmyn, the civil husband

53
Letter to her
121Oxford described

39
In great danger of her life for being left out of Almanac considered

39
the masquerade
116 Discipline applauded

30, 39
Morphew, (John) appointed Mr. Bickerstaff's

Puppet-show there

45
'chamber-keeper

103
General of the dead men

103 PACOLET, a guardian angel, his first appear-
Morning described by Milton
103 ance to Mr. Bickerstaff

13
The beauties of
263 Account of his former wards

13
In town, described
9 His life of a month

15
Moycables of the playhouse, sale of them frus-

His checks and admonitions

11
trated

41 Observations on gamesters and sharpers 15
Mountebanks, their artifices to ensnare the

Pætus, manner of his death and the magnanimity
vulgar

of his wife

72
Mourning, a proper dress for a beautiful lady 151 Painting the face censured

61
Music cures the spleen
47 | Palamede, his infamous adventure

198
Mutton, the food of our hardy ancestors 1-18 | Panegyric, the nature of it

17
Myrmidons, their history .
56 A theme for Mr. Bickerstaff

72

On Mr. Bickerstaff for confessing his faults 63
NAB, (Ralph) haberdasher of hats, his pe May be turned into libel

177
tition

279 Pantomimes, what sort of persons in conversation 268
Naked Truth, a dangerous pamphlet

17 | Paradise Lost fills the mind with good thoughts
Nassan, count Maurice of, killed
210 and pleasing ideas

237
Prince of, his gallantry

69 Parents, the folly of partiality to their children 235
Naturalization act, its advantages

18

Generally err in marrying their children 199
Nature, its prevalency

172 Parisatis, her manner of converting her niece
Nestor, a great but too modest architect
52 from coquetry

9
Newman, (Richard) indicted by major Puuto Paris Gazette burlesqued

2
in the court of honour
256 | Parrot, verses on one

27
Newspapers hurtful to weak heads

178 Parsimony, a favourite in the temp!e of Avarice 123
Writers in a panic

18 Party, all parties composed of the rigid and
The shifts they are put to
19, 42 supple

214
Chelsea College proposed for them

18 The prevalence of parties, and party preju.
Nice, (Will) a sop
14 dice, in England

232
Nicolini, (Signor) his excellencies on the stage 115 Partridge, (Mr. John) his manner of surprising
Night, longer formerly in this island than at

sharpers

56
present
263 Ilis death demonstrated

1
No, when to be used by young people
83 Account of his funeral

99
Nobilis declared to be no rake

27 A letter from him, intimating some symptoms
Nonsense, a prevailing part of eloquence among

of resuscitation

118
ladies
60 Walks, aud denies his death

59

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Partridge, (Mr. John) advertisement in his Platonne described
almanac, calling Mr. Bickerstaff a knave 96 Nupneries established by na

32 63
Certificate of his death to prevent counterfeits 216 Players, why they should be esteemed

182
Pasquin, account of him to prevent mistakes : 130 Mast forget they are before an audience 138
His letters to Mr. Bickerstaff

129, 187
Instructed by Shakspeare

35
Passing-bell, who to be accounted such in cor Blamed for inserting words
versation
153 Parallels between them

182, IS
Passion, a tragical instance of

172 Playhouse, one only should be supported
Pastorella, her conversion from coquetry

9 At Amsterdam supports an almashonse
Patience Gentle, her letter to Mr. Incense 271 On fire in Denmark
Patrick, (St.) a great destroyer of frogs 236 Plays, proper incitements to good behaviour 3
Patrons, general

behaviour to their dependents 196 Modern, described
Paulo, the character of an eminent merchant 25 Pleasing, in conversation, a happy talent .61
Peace, the most odious way of making it 176 Pleasure, deceitful
Peasants, who properly to be so termed 169 Plenty, a goddess in the region of liberty
Pedants, of several classes

158 Pliny, his letters to his wife
In what light to be considered

158 His compliment and advice to Trajan
Pedantry compared to hypocrisy
165 Pluto, his palace and throne described

156
Pendergrass, (sir Thomas) killed
64 Poetasters ridiculed

106
Penkethman, the comedian, compared with Mr. Catalogue of the labours of one
Bullock

188 Poetry, the foundation of
Relation of the progress of his company to Efficacy of it on the mind

98
Greenwich

4 A remedy for the spleen
Sale of his animals at May Fair

20 Sir Prancis Bacon's account of it
Penny-post letters sent as private reprimands 67 Poitou, insurrection at

6
Perhaps, when that word betrays decay of affec. Politeness, affectation of

200
tion

53 Politicians, distinction scarce discernible be-
Persecution, an attendant on Tyranny 161 tween them and idiots
Peter Plumb, merchant, indicted in the court City reprover

155
of honour

256 Politics universally prevail
Petticoat, great, the grievance of

110 Polypragmon, character of a cunning fellow. 191
Its cause tried
116 Pompey, a black boy, his complaint

26
How long to be worn
121 Pope, the, sick of the tooth-ache

129
Philander, the most skilful in addressing the fair fu distress

5,6,7

His modesty overcome with regard to the
Philosopher, minute, some account of

135
Neapolitan horse

129
Philosophy, the use of

170 Postman, the extraordinary talent of the au-
Plan of' it, with an appendix
43 thor of the

178
Not inconsistent with courts and riches 170 Posture-master, his beholders censured
Physicians, good, of great use to a common Potatrix, (Elizabeth) catalogue of her ancestors 35
wealth
78 Poverty, an attendant on Tyranny

161
Ordered
from Bath

77 A terrible spectacle in the temple of Avarice 123
Character of a generous physician 78 Powell, (junior) a famous actor

3
Physić, often abused

240 Disputes between burn and Mr. Bicker-
Observed by Mr. Bickerstaff
240 staff

44, 50, 115
Proper for a distracted nation

240 Why he locked up the legs of his company
Picket, (colonel) his character and manner of An exeuse for writing against him

51
courtship

7 Letter from Bath
Pictures, the impressions they make on us 8 Power, absolute, represented in a dance 10
The true use of them

209 Praise, true, generous and heroic spirits most
When just and useful, ornaments of an elegant

sensible of it
apartment
209 How coveted by great men

92
Walking, at an auction

167 To be regarded only as relating to things
An ancient picture of a wedding described 184 strictly true

92
Piety, perfect pleasure arising from it

211 None valuable but from the praise worthy 177
Meanness to endeavour to conceal it 211 Prayer of lord chancellor Bacon

267
Pinners, a treatise on ·
212 Præ-Adamites threatened

69
Piper, (count) taken prisoner

49 Precedence, a quarrel concerning, at the opera 16
Pirates in printing and bookselling complained

At Epsom
of and censured

101 Preliminaries of peace
Pistols, a fatal accident occasioned by loaded 82 Refused by the French king

23, 24
Places of trust pretended to, not out of merit, Pretenders to poetry, a kind of madmen
but because they are convenient

41 Pretty fellow, who
Plagius, (parson) complaint of the bookseiler What persons excluded that order
against him

269 Very pretty fellow, a woman's man in the
Plainness in dress recommended

212 first degree
Plato's notion of the human soul

154 Pride, the cause and consequences of
History of love

90 Makes meu odious, and creates envy
Platonists, their opinions'..

151 A remarkable instance of it in a cobbler
A Platonist forewoman of the jury of the The chief introduction to madness
court of honours

253 Priesthood, when the highest honour

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Prim, (Penelope) the clear-starcher, her pe.. Reptile, (Dick) a member of the Sheer-lane
tition
118 Club, his character

132
Prize-fighting, a reproach to the English paz His reflections on the abuse of speech 137
tion

134 Reputation, the only just means of obtaining
Proctorstaff
, (Mr.) admitted Mr. Bickerstaff's and establishing it

186, 191
kinsman

270 Respect only to be procured by obligations 180
Prodicus, an allegory by

97 Retirement requires greater taleuts than busi-
Prophets, modern, reflection on their character il

249
Account of a comedy so called

11 Revenge of two French ladies on a Gascon 126
Propriéty in words and thoughts explained 62 Richard III. effects of reading that tragedy 90
Protestants, wherein superior to Papists 155 Richards, (major-general) blown up by a mine
Prudence in women the same as wisdom in men 172 at Alicant

21
Prudes, a name for courtly hypocrites 102 Riches, the use and abuse of them

57
Distinguished from coquettes
. 126 Ridicule, the ill effects of

219
What part they bear in a female concert 157 How to be used

63
Public spirit
, the most essential quality in a When the effect of reason

63
194 Riding, a healthy exercise

218
The tirst motive to all actions
183 Riding contributes to beauty

248
A great instance of it in Regulus

183 Rigid, the, an untractable race of mortals, to
Punchinello, his origin, character, and ill be found in all parties

214
manners
45, 115 Ring, invisible

138, 139
Rival to Nicolini
115 | Risibility the effect of reason

63
Disposed of
20 Rochefoucault, his writings censured

108
Terræ Fillius at Oxford
45 Rochford, earl of, killed

210
Punctuality a suspicious circumstance in visiting 109 Roman ladies, of their general virtue 122
Punning, an enormity
32 Romps, how cured

269
An instance of

35 Rosin, (Will) the Wapping fiddler, history of 108
Puppets, Mr. Powell's, whence taken
115 Royal Society, actions censured

236
Puppet-show supplies the want of an act at Ruffs, wherein necessary

118
Oxford
45 To be worn with the fardingale

118
Mrs. Saraband's in the Exchange
20 | Rural wits

153
Purgatory believed by the Platonists

154
Puzzlepost, (Ned) how improved in writing 142 SACHARISSA, an excellent young lady, why
Pyrrhus, (king) reproved by a philosopher 202 not courted

5
Pythagoras, apophthegm of

214 Sagissa, her intrigue discovered by a pinch of
One of his golden sayings
108 snuff

35
Sallust, wherein partial

62, 81
QUACK doctors, their artifices

240 Saltero, (Don) at Chelsea, his descent, qualifi-
Great friends to upholders

261
cations, and relics

34
Quality, the weakness of persons of
180 Cases referred to him

195
Should always pay the reckoning
45 A curiosity in his museum

226
Quarrel at Epsom about precedence

36 Sandford the player, what parts he acted well 1 134
Matrimonial, prevented

85 Sappho, a fine lady, her discourse with Mr. r.:
Questioners described
41 Bickerstaff

5
Quidnunc, his character of laziness

10 Saraband, (Mrs.) her puppet-show in the Ex-
Quixote, (Don) the first symptoms of his mad change

20
178 Satire, in what cases

61

When just must be dictated by good-nature 242
RAFFLING-SHOP kept by a lawyer at Hamp The ordinary subjects for sa

212
stead
59 A pology for it by Shakspeare

41
Ragouts prejudicial to the stomach

148 Satirists censured when they depreciate human
Rakes characterised
27

108
Midnight, advice to

143 Censures on the rain pretenders to that title 242
Ralph Shallow the fine speaker

197 Satisfaction, a term in duelling, explained 25
Kanter, (colonel) civilized at the sight of lady Scævola, his fortitude imitated by a slave on
Betty Modish

10
the stage

177
Rape, trials for, mostly attended by women 84 Scales for weighing injuries

250
Rapin, his observations on the English theatre 134 Scandal, a universal thirst after

164
Hapine, an attendant on licentiousness 161 Scholar, many pretenders to that title

197
Rattlesnake, artifice of

145 Scipio, his generous treatment of a captive lady 158
Road, (sir Wiliam) an eminent oculist 145 Scoggin, (Mr.) what Mr. Bickerstaff claims
Reading, the exercise of the mind
147 through him

9
Recipe of Mr. Bickerstaff
240 Scold described

217
Reconsiderations on Instructions to Vander What usually makes women scolds

217
bank, a poem
3 Defence of one at Billingsgate

204
Recreations, the advantage of

248 Scolding, a great enemy to women's features 217
Recruiting Officer, a comedy, character of 20 · Remedies for

2, 217, 221
Regulus, a grcat instance of public spirit 183 Scorn, the cause of laughter

63
Religion, a prayer for the advancement of 5 | Scotland, simplicity declining there

144
Great Britain particularly fruitful in religions 257 Scotus, his way of distinguishing mankind

174
Religious war discussed
155 / Screens, who

171

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Scriptures, the style of them more than human 233 Spenser, the tenth canto of his fourth book
Reading them attended with great pleasure 233 transposed

194
Scudamore, (sir) in Spenser, his adventures Spindle, (Tom) how cured of the spleeni
transposed
194 Spleen, its effects

180
Seignior, (grand) sets all his Christian slaves A never failing remedy for it
at liberty

6 Squibs, a branch of gunners, who to be so ac-
Seity, what
174 counted

8
Self-regard, when most contemptible

190 Squires, country, described
Sempronia, (lady) her scheme tu betray Jenny Staff of Life, his poem on the Freach king 21
Distaff
33 Stage or theatre, ihe use of

18:
Seneca, moderate in great fortune

170 Stanhope, (general) wounded . 210, 212
Senecio, the character of a good-natured old man 15 A query concerning

212
Serenade, condemned

222 Stanwix, (general) his behaviour at Badajos
Serpents, who to be accounted such in conver Staremberg, (general) beats the army of the
sation

88

duke of Anjou
Settlements, marriage, their ill effects
223 Takes Balaguier

76
Rules for drawing them up

223 Statesman, what quality most essential to one 191
Drawn up by Mr. Bickerstaff

199 State weather-glass, description and use of 214
Sexes, comparative perfections of

172 Statira, account of her distress
In souls
172 Steele, (Mr.) his acknowledgement

271
Shakspeare, his excellencies

8, 68 Stentor, a singer of St. Paul's reproved 51
liis mind seasoned with religion
111 Injuries done by his bawling

54
His apology for satire
41 Admonished by one St. Peter's

61
Why his plays should be encouraged 8 Stocking, the custom of throwing it at weddings 181
Shallow, (Ralph) the tine speaker

197 Stone-walls, comment on them
Sir Timothy, a customer to the toyman 142 Story-tellers, bagpipes in conversation 153
Sharpers represented by a parcel of dogs 59 Tedious

132, 264
Their character and reception
56 A project for suppressing them

269
Their practices at Bath

65 Their employment in Mr.Bickerstaff's Bedlam 174
Defended
57 Style depraved by modern writers

230
Sheep-biter, why a term of reproach
148 Of the scriptures more than human

233
Shield of love

191 Sublime in writing, instanced in a simile in the
Shilling, adventures of a

249 Campaign
Show in Germany described, representing the Summer-house described
religions of Great Britain
257 The plan of one defined

203
Shrove-Tuesday, persecution of cocks con-

Supper, encroachments on

983
demned

134 Supple, the, a compound in all parties 211
Sibourg, (colonel) death of
21 Swearers, how reformed

13
Sieve, mathematical, to sift impertinencies 51 Swearing, a folly without temptation

137
Signs, remarks on

8 Sweden, king of, passes the Nieper
Silence, instances of its insignificancy 133

Success against the Muscovites

25, 28
Simplex munditiis, the meaning of those terms 212 Defeated
Simulation distinguished from dissimulation

213 Switzerland, prospect of
Sippet. (Harry) an expert wine brewer 131
Slattern described in bed
243 TABLE, who keeps the best

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Smart fellow described

26
Of respect and intimacy

213
Whether an affront to be called so

28 | Talc-bearers, the use of them in Mr. Bicker.
Smile, a man made mad with half a one
50 staft's Bedlam

175
Smith, (Dr.) Mr. Bickerstaff's corn-cutter 103 | Taliacotius, account of his cures

201
Cases referred to him

195 Talkativeness, a sign of folly and ill-breeding 244
Smyrna coffee-house recommended for music, Taste of an age known by plays
poetry, and politics
78 | Tea not used in the time of Elizabeth

148
Snap-dragon illustrated

85 Telemachus, his discoveries in the regions of
Snuff, how, and when to be offered

197 the dead
Taking of, censured

35 Temper, command of it the greatest human
Boxes, a new edition of
142 perfection

176
Society, the pleasure of, described by Milton 114 Temperance, preservative of health
Socrates, his allegory of the origin of love 90 Temple of Avarice

His behaviour at the Athenian theatre 122 Of Honour
His doctrines

135
Of Hymen

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Softly, (Ned) a pretty poet, sonnet by

163 Of Love, by Spenser
Sorrow expressed by Shakspeare
47 Of Lust

120
A saying of Epictetus concerning it

397 Of Vanity
Soul, human, considered

87 Of Virtue
South, (Dr.) character of his sermons 205 | Tenderness inspired by the muses
Quotations from

205, 211 No true greainess of mind without it
Spa water, design of the coquettes to bring it up 107 Teraminta, the unhappy, her story
Speaking, what manner most offensive 92 Terræ Filius, his place supplied by Punch

45
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Reflections on the abuse of it

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