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Inconstancy described by Hamlet, 106.
KNIGHTS, of the Industry, their designs on a young heir, 73.
LABOUR for the public, unsuccessful, 67.
despised by her husband, ibid.
what it is, and what it is not, ibid.
penny-post letters sent as reprimands, 67.
should be the produce of the place, instanced in one
distinguished from satirists, ibid.
bis letter, 92.
ordered to prepare blank licences for wearing
staff's dead, 54.
complained of by Diana Doubtful, 98.
the history of it in an allegory by Plato, 90.
found in a grave, 104.
MACBETH, a scene of distress in that play, 68.
Maria, perplexed in her choice between a man of merit and
a man of fortune, ibid.
two ladies desirous of marrying the same man to
verses on, out of Milton, 79.
unhappy, from what proceeding, ibid.
pounds a year, 66.
different in men and women, ibid.
the chief ornament of the fair-sex, 84.
made general of the dead men, ibid.
Nassau, prince of, his gallantry, 69.
part of eloquence among ladies, 60.
manner of receiving young ladies into some nun-
ORLANDO the Fair, his history, 51.
- his way of contemning the world, ibid.
Orson Thicket, his character and passion for Cleora, 98.
to his wife, 53.
Pætus, manner of his death, and the magnanimity of his
on Mr. Bickerstaff for confessing his faults, ibid.
advertisement in his almanack that he is
his manner of surprising sharpers, 56.
walks and denies his death, 59.
good ones of great use in a common-wealth, ibid.
ordered from Bath, 77.
sir Francis Bacon's account of it, 108.
how coveted by great men, ibid.
to be regarded only as relating to things strictly true,
RAFFLING-SHOP, kept by a lawyer at Hampstead, 59.
when the effect of reason, ibid.
stratagem of his wife to prevent the marriage
SALLUST, wherein partial, 62.
distinguished from libellers, 92.
his mind thoroughly seasoned with religion, 110.
represented by a pack of hounds, 59.
their practices at Bath, 65.
what manner of it most offensive, 92.
takes Balaguier, 76.
Stentor, a singer at St. Paul's admonished by one at St.
injuries done by his bawling, 54.
TABEO, his character, 63.
no true greatness of mind without it, ibid.
will not make a fool a wise man, ibid.
VAPER, Will, his speech concerning sharpers, 56.
Garth's Dispensary, 105.
sir John Suckling, 57.
on the death of Pætus and Arria, 72.
of the mountain and temple of Fame, 81.
ridiculed and censured, ibid.
when unseasonable, 89
their advertisement for the funeral of
their petitions and proposals, ibid.