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N. B. To find any particular Book, or PAMPHLET, see
the Table of Contents, prefixed to the Volume.
Authors, a caution against them,
222.-diftinstion among, 223.
on their departure from Eden, D of the speakers in that dia.
155. Extracts from his tran-
drews, remarks on that cha. BEAUTY, difference in rank
when applied to the kingdom 435.
BOMLAST, what, 426.
B_EWING, the uncertain prac-
the merits of public opinion 'ciples are to be established for
it, 121.-the principal agent
rations needful in, 123. Pro-
originally leopards, 247. BuscHING, the plan of his system
cessary to the forming a good BUFFOONRY defined, 200.
Bussy, bis instructions to Satan,
cation of the flourishing state of
a country, 244.
personal contrition and reforma. Arter. Mrs. verses on her.
U poems, by Lord Lyttelton,
CASIMIR V. king of Poland, his
speech to the Diet on his ab-
Marries a Washerwoman, 169. V phy of a female one, 351.
fiftently eneinies to Cromwel, 349.
DANCING and logic compared,
rivation of, 346. Divifions or
scheme of salvation by, 116. extravagantly addicted to, 356.
the Americans, ibid.
carious dependence, and di. through that neck of Land in.
je&t for their relief, 128. David, king of Israel, in what
heart, 210. Critical remark:
tion in Athens and England, of Nabal, 201. His conduit
in respect to Achish king of
justified, 212. Exposition of his
disadvantages of heat and acri. 213.--of the Ammonites, 216
fion of one, 480.
ment characterised, 392.
Affcctarion of, how diftinguish- DESPAIR, depicted, 202.
Divorces, on what occafioos
Dog and Cat, a fable, 70.
schemes for, 431.
enemies to Charles I. as his par-
ELEGIAC Epifle, capable of great
ELISHA, the prophet, bis cha. tion laid on theatric exhibition,
371. His genius characterised,
that epiftle pointed out, 225. accounted for, 484. Anecdote
Wedding-Day, 485. Waltes his
tion, 423. Pleasant and pain. ib. His account of some of
Three epochas of his genius
fimilies and allusions in, 50.
folidity of judgment than rehine chullin's chariot described, 55.
painters and itatuaries, 19, 244. tical comparison of an episode
Fingal, his character scrutinised,
135. Fingal arrives, 136.
lord Guilford Dudley, extracts ming a song, 137. Combat
between Fingal and Swaran,
138. Summary remarks on
scriptural expressions, 182. poem, 139.
the reasoning of enquirers after of, 278.
FORTUNE-TELLERS greatly en-
poet, 408. Instance of the pa- FREDERICIAN Code of Laws, its
imperfections pointed out, 2.
TAME, envious nature of the
Enius, its excursions not
J always to be measured by
critical rules, 41.
, definition of, and its
country, 436. Its learning, JEFFERY Hudson, the famous
dwarf, brief history of, 251.
Love to, how it operates, io. mities, 64.
with them, ib.
poetry established from it, 1.ot
IMMORTAlity of the soul, con.
proof of inequality of enjoy-
ment, 146. Two species of,
82. A great encourager of the abilities, 333.
INFIDELITY better than perse.
Joseph Andrews, remarks on the
relating to the manner of her Joy, general expressions of, 2co.
cutting her hair, 409.. JUGGLING, no fear of the decay
to the union itated, 69. JUNo, her expoftulation with Ju-
physical discoveries by, 265. JUPITER, his character of Jano,
T7 Etel, a Dutch painter, bis
I whimsical methods of paint-
Kings, whether elective or he.
I ANGUAGES, when arrived at
L maturity, 30.
fime that were thipwrecked rious security for property, I.
Logic and dancing compared, Modesty, how evinced in be.
between those two capitals, 14. tion of, 359
ftinguished, 197. Of all the tion of, 461.
nection with the fancy, 293. controverted, 377.
fants, the better for correction,
MUSE , why their origin derived
from Jove, 458.
points alledged again't him IV 338.
tance of a system of, 276.
after God's own heart, how Indies discovered by the Rufa
MARRIAGE, poetical persuasive
ted by the prophet Micah, 312. ORLEANS, maid of, her history,
from making them a part of OSIAN, the antient Scottish bard.
positions and those of Homer
quently written in France than Owen on in-dwelling fin, com-
fortable properties of that