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Laws of Man must not contradi&t God's, 320 Loving Couples admit no Rivals,

345 Lemuel's Lady's Character above all,


Moderation in Drinking, &c. allowable,
Modern Luxuries out do the Heathen Gods,
Mercy display'd, a meek hearted Virtue,

106 Meekness exemplifyd,

108 Murder seldom (capes unpunished in this Life, 125 Magistrates apt to follow their King's Example,

131 Mediocrity the Standard of all Virtues,

150 Marriage is of divine Ordinance,

155 Marriage-Haters, satyrically ridiculd,

158 Mysteries of Faith above humane Understanding, 198 Merchandising in a Wife characteriz'd, 196 Manufactures inrich Families and Kingdoms, 203 Meat in due Season very requisite,

216 Mistress's Eye makes a House flourish,

231 Merchandise is of great Gain, Manufactures of old praktis'd by great persons, 246 Masquerades are of dangerous Consequence, Matrimony, a most honourable Calling,

285 Many Hands make light Work in Trade,

294 Mistresses of Families to be very circumfpe&t,

323 Majesty of a Royal Confort, extolld,

328 Mortgages are a Canker in an Estate,

223 Moft Ladies fall short of the Queen's Charader,

338 Monopolies not comparable to Alms-Giving,

343 Melandthon calls this Leson, The Ladies Looking-Glass, 361 Modern Marriages, almost parallel to Solomon's,

Nature must be helped by Art,
New-invenced Liquors, prejudicial to Health,
National Peace endangerd by drunken Riots,
Nature is content with a little,

90 National Cruelties of ill Consequence,

123 Necessity, is the Mother of Wit, No Value can be set upon a virtuous Lady,

147 Novelty causes great Errours of Judgment,

198 Navigation, an excellent Way of trafficking,

205 Needle-Works, &c. good Employments for Ladies, 276

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Nothing so uncertain as Court Favour,

354 Neurralıty in Religion, condemn'd by the Gospel,

363 No Medium between Resistance and Non-Resistance,

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Oppressours, Info. mers, &c. to be discourag'd,
Oliver once ruin'd this Nation,
Ofenders the more honourable, the greater,
Objections against Marriage, Solu'd and lampoonid,
Outlandish Rarities not so good as our own,
Oeconomy is an excellent Art,

Oftentation destroys the very End of Charity,
Oratory is very persuasive,
Outside-Ornainents, discover not the Heart,

Proverbs are the best Lessons of Life,
Pious Books, better than Balads, Plays, &c.
Parents should find out the b-ft Masters, Tutors, &c
People are apt to imitate their Superiours,
Precept ouglt to be comfirmid by Pradice,
Preferment, to be got by Sobriety, .
Perising People most to be allowed strong Liquors,
Princes may be too liberal to worthless Persons,
Poverty is an aslieting Story,
Prodigals meet with no Creilit or Compaffion,
Prisons pay no Debes, but by Death,
Pardoning, often more Prudence than puniling,
Peace is preserved by publick Justice,

101 · Pofition does not always give Right,

105 Perjury is the most complicated Crime,

124 Pauper-Canses never ought to be sighted, Providence takes Care of the Pior, Philosophers-Stone, no such zugar Fest,

135 Piety, Conscience, &c. not to be forbid any Court, Perfection clines by lirtuig .

144 Prudence, the Chain of all moral Virtues, .. Prelumprion, the Ruin of Princes,

171 Paulina's I've to Sencca set forth,

180 Penelope's Diligence and Fidelity shewn,

194 Puwer of Love goes farther than Mortality,

205 Pawn-bucking, Bc. abominable Sins, Poor House-Keppers, not common Beggars, to be pity'd, Prisoners for Life, the greatest oljeels of Relief, 265 Philoloplı«rs did nae cuewsrd Habits,

278 Products of one's owo Irigenuitytlebeft,

281 Personal

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Personal Goodness makes a King most popular,
Peace, not Pomp, the Way to Happiness,
Prating most disagreeable in Discourse,
Power and Right do not always go together, . .
Pains to be taken for Food and Raiment,
Promises move Youth to Virtue,
Praise due to Children that do well,
Progeny of virtuous Parents, happy, .
Panegyrick of a virtuous Wife,
Phyfiognomy, &c. all foolish Guess-Worki
Philosophick Souls can never be disturbd,
Plurality of Friends ridiculous,

Qualifications fit for a King,
Queens Virtuous make tbeir Kings Famous,
Queen's Qualifications describd,
Queen's glorious Character,
Queen Ann's conjugal Affection remarkable,
Qualities of the Mind, not known by external Form,

Rapes, Incest, and Mock-Marriages, fatal,
Rare Examples of Temperance,
Relieving the distreßed, a great Duty,
Rigour better than Remisness to reform fome Vices,
Riches are often changing Masters,
Redressing of Grievances, the Glory of Kings,
Roman Laws provided first for the poor,
Royal Presence in Courts would do well sometimes,
Regal Authority account able to God only,
Redeeming of Slaves, &c. glorious in a Prince,
Respect of Persons not just,
Remorse of Conscience is the grearest Torment,
Refusal of Justice fatal in many Instances,
Religion is far above Morality,
Reviling of Husbands, the worst breeding,
Royal Exchange ought to be most encourag'd,
Retaliation, not lawful among Christians,
Revenge burt's our selves more than Enemies,
Religion of a virtuous Queen,
Royal Pair characterizd,
Religious Ladies delight in Devation and Divinity,
Robbers of Nations should be made to refund,
Rhetorick cannot reach tice Worth of Virtue,
Religious Fear, the Foundation of all Virtues,

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Ring-leaders to be punish'd for little Offenders,
Royal Pfalmift gives the best Idea of this Marriage, 366

Seraglio's not to be sufferd in a Christian Country,
Sobriery is requisite in all Professions,
Scarvlings, the greatest objedts of Compassion,
South-Sea Charity not commendable,
Sickness requires the greatest Comforts,
Sorrow to be banish'd by good Wine,
Self-Murder never to be justified, i
Scripture not disaffected to a lawful Government,
Scarcity of good Women remarkable,

146 Spendthrifts become minumental Beggars,

168 Single-Srate of Life full of Dangers,

172 Slochfulness is the Slavery of tbe Soul,

186 South-Sea Cheats deluded the fair Sex,

208 Servants no Slaves,

213 South-Sea Dealings have been Chimerical,

241 Spinning, &c. deligbrful Offices,

243 Silk-Worm, an Embleme of the Resurrection,

252 Sufferers for Conscience.Sake deserve must Relief, Storms never disturb the virtuous,

272 Superfluities of all sorts mightily exploded,

277 Sumptuary Laws neceffary in a State,

278 Speech, to be discreetly govern'd,

312 Spiritual and secular Sovereigns, different Perfons,

341 Self-Interest perverts all Friendship,

353 Summary of all Virtues in Chap. 2. ver. Timothy, 362

T. Temperance is the noblest Qualification, Trade failing, a Nation mourns, Trusting in God never fails of Relief,

85 Thirit (vertens any Water to the Tafte, Thieves, Pirates, &c, pretend to some Sort of Justice, 104 True Religion compared to our Saviour's Coat,

149 Travelling sometimes attended with ill Consequences, 2 co Tithonus, an Embleme of Labour and Long Life, 229 Three Deftinies, the best Lesson for Spinsters,

259 Three Graces, an extraordinary Ledure of Charity, 261 Table-Talk Mould not be impertinent,

315 Treasure in Heaven safe from Thieves of State, . 344 Toleration should not be taken, Ell for Inch,


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Vices of the Tea-Table, recounted,
Vice is catching by great Examples,
Virtue is an immortal Blefling,
Vice deserves the blackest Chara&ters,
Uxoriousness, a great Fault,
Variery is a natural Desire,
Vain Curiosities condemn'd,
Univerlal Commerce is very adviseable,
Virtuous Lovers light up Hero's Lamp again,
Union betwixt Man and wife, wonderful,
Ulury and Extortion detestable,
Vineyards might be more encourag'd here,
Use and Exercise make Perfe&tnej,
Vigilancy is very profitable,
Virtue deals in no probibited Goods,
Vesture of a virtuoss Lady display'd,
Vanity of Beauty set forth,
Vicious Women severely reproach'd by a Greek Poet,

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Women should not be deny'd any Learning,
Want of Education intails a Curse of Vices,
Whoring ruins Families and Estates,
Whoredom punishd, both divinely and bumanely,
Worthieft Persons ought to take place,
Wine drank moderately, of Sovereign Virtue,
Will cannot be compellid in Point of Oarbs,
Wealth, the grand perverter of Justice,
Wedlock, the Seminary of all other Societies,
Work Houses neoessary for idle Sluggards,
Woolen Manufadories might be more encouragid,
Watchfulness required in House-Keeping,
Woman of Industry, a real Cornucopia,
Widow's Mite, the greatest Charity,
Works in Silk, &c. used by Ladies of Old,
Way to Honour *s thro' the Temple of Virtue,
Wisdom is above all other Bleflings,
Worship of God, the first Duty of all,
What Country-Men are Friends?
Wife worthy of Solomon,
Wisdom's Chara&er in job apply'd, &c.
Wise King's Character,

Younger Clergy often marry tno foon,
Youth to be seafor'd with Virtue, like new Veffelse

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