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Persons imaginary, not proper for an Heroick Poem, N.
357. Per fins the Satyrift, the affected Obscurity of his Style,
Petronius and Socrates, their chearful Behaviour during their
last Moments grounded on different Motives, N. 349.
chilles in Homer, N. 391; the Folly and Extravagance
ibid. Pride, a chief Spring of Action in moft Men, N. 394. Printing encourag' by the politest Nations in Europe,
Ualitics. What Qualities truly valuable, N. 340.
Relaciones de protects Incentive to good and worthy
, N. 356.
our selves under it, N. 382.
Sentry (Captain) receives a Letter from Ipswich, giviøg an Account of an Engagement between a French Privateer, and a little Vefsel belonging to that Place, N.
350; his Reflections on that Action, ibid. Sincerity, the Advantages of iť over Diffimulation and
Deceit, N.352;. the most compendions Wisdom, ibid. Solomon's Song, a Paraphrafe on the Second Chapter, N. 388.
Spaccia della Bestia triomphante, a Book fold at an Auction
for zol. N. 398; some Account of that Book, ibid. Spectator, his Reflections upon Clarinda's Journal, N. 323;
accompanies Sir Roger de Coverley to Westminster Abbey, 329; his Sacrifices to Humanity, 355 ; his Behaviour under Reproach, and Reasons for not returning an Answer to those who have animadverted on his Paper, ibid. his Contemplations on Good-Friday, 356; the Benefits accruing to the Publick from his Speculations, 367; his Papers much fought for about Christmas by all his Neighbours, ibid. his Comparison of the World to a Stage, 370; he accompanies Sir Roger to Spring-Garden, 383;
his Zeal for the Hanover Succession, 384.
Defamation, N. 390.
TRanfmigration of Souls asserted by Will. Honeycomb,
Travel, at what Time to be undertaken, and the true Ends
of it, N. 364. Trueby (Widow) her Water recommended by Sir Roger as
good against the Stone or Gravel, N. 329. Truth, the everlasting good Effect it has even upon a
Man's Fortune and Interest, N. 352 ; always contistent with its felf, ibid.
Vilacerfe, (Madam de an Account of ber Death, and
the Manner of it, 368.
History of Æneas, N. 351,
W Riting unintelligibly, the Art of it much improved, Woman, the utmost of her Character, wherein contained, N.342; the Notion some women have of Virtue and
Vice, 390. Words, the Abuse of them demonstrated in several In
ftances, N. 373. World (the) considered both as useful and entertaining,
X , .
Enophon, his Schools of Equity, N. 337.