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employments recommended to
Their use in arbitrary govern the crown of Poland, 162,
Origin of the republican power
popith countries excel most in ance of the diet, 164. In-
stance of the oitentation of the
D ABENER, M. instance of his
RAILLERY, definition of, 200.
markable difference in. 415. the aid of the paffions, 177.
Whether human reason is fuf.
REVIEWERS, professions of their
considered by M. Rousseau, Tristram Shandy, ib.
REWARDS, whether calculated
lating to her speech in Hippol. rality, 176.
RICHARD II. characterised, 87.
Scots palloral, 189. The same
cutors for religion, 240.
sense of, 505.
vernal intermittent disorders,
Scurvy, whence that word is
Shame, expressions of, 202.
, Chevalier, his various SIBERIA, extraordinary quick accomplishments, 112.
vegetation there, 431. : TESTAMENTARY wills, how reSIN, not pardoned on account of gulated by the Pruffian law, 12.
any relative act or suffering, 114. THEATRE, the cause of the reSOBIESKI, John, king of Po f trictions laid on it, 371. Re
land, his birth, 165. His ex- flexions on, 372.
Erse, examination into the SOLYMAN and Almena, story of, V merits of blank and metri. 255. Song from, 263
cal, 283. Beauty of varied SOPHOCLES, his barbarous usage pauses, 284. Illustrated by
from commentators, 401. extracts from Shakespear, MilSoul, its seat, and mode of its ton, Dryden, and Pope, 286.
transmigration, conjectured, Comparative imagery, remarks 507
; on, 291. Three queries reSPANISH papers, extract from, laring to imagery, 298.
in defence of Mr. Pitt's con- VERTUE, Mr. hisindustry and care
duct relative to Spain, 228. in collecting materials for an hisSPENCER, father to Fdward II's tory of English painters, 243.
favourite, anecdotes relating VEXATION, how manifelled, 201. to, 85.
VOLTAIRE, censure of, by Dr. STERNE, Rev. Mr. his chief ex- YOUNG, 455. cellence, 41.
Urim and Thummim, conjec-
fity in, 28.
W Ild, Jonathan the Great,
W Fieding's own account of
VYOUNG, Rev. Mr. the original
comical adventure of that book, parson Adams was drawn, a. 479.
necdote of, 492.
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