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WALTER Wisdom, his character and manner of courting

Cleora, 98.
Wealthy persons fix characters and wit to circumstances, 57.
Whittington, alderman, account of him and his cat, 78.
Wildair, Tom, his character, and how reformed by the

generosity of his father, 60.
William the Third, king of England, an eulogium on him,

90.
Window-breakers with half-pence censured, 77.
Wit defined by Dryden, 62.

- judged by men's purses, 57.
Wives, an infallible sign of their loving their husbands, 104.
Women never taken by their reason, but always by their
passions, 60.

those of the present age compared with those of the
last, 61.

want regular education, ibid.
Wren, see Nestor.

XERXES, why he burst into tears, 97.

END OF VOLUME II.

G. WOODFALL, PRINTER,
ANGEL-COURT, SKINNER-STREET, LONDON.

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