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iv. 80 and note ; 'Scornful Lady,'
iv. 94; The Distrest Mother,’iv.
196, v. 79, 94 and nole, 112, 243
note, vii. 330; 'Tender Hus-
band,' iv. 219 note, v. 243 note,
vi. 353; Earl of Stirling's 'Julius
Cæsar,' 249 and note ; 'The Com-
mittee, or the Faithful Irishman,'
v. 79 and note; 'Cleomenes,' v.
114; •Don Sebastian,' v. 114, vii.
331; ‘Love Triumphant,' v. 114;
• King Henry the Fourth,' v. 144
note, 271; 'Friendshipin Fashion,'
v. 183 and note; 'Conquest
of Granada,' v. 221 ; 'Amorous
Widow,' v. 243 and note ; 'Cato,'
v. 243 note, vii. 139, viii. 165;
*Volpone ; or, The Fox,' v. 271,
vii. 262 and note ; · Constant
Couple,'v. 271,273; 'Love makes
a man,

v. 273 and note; Nor-
thern Lass,' vi. 353; 'Country
Wake,' vii. 138 and note ; "The
Biter,' vii. 146 note; 'Catiline,'vii.
175; Old Bachelor,' vii. 274 ;
"The MarriageHater Matched,'
vii. 276 and note; ‘Caius Marius,'
vii. 331 ; 'Ximena; or, The
Heroic Daughter,' 354 and note ;
* Appius and Virginia,' viii. 159

note; 'Tempest,' viii. 159
Pleasantry, cause of faults being

overlooked, vi. 318
Pleasure: men of pleasure censured,

ii. 332; a man forced to become
a man of pleasure to rank well
with the ladies, 346; pains of a

life of, viii. 286
Pliny, the Younger, iii. 295 and

note; iv. 206, 345; vii. 252
Plot, Dr. Robert, historiographer,

vi. 240 and note ; viii. 221
Plutarch, ii. 211 and note ; iii. 60

and note, 96 and note, 288, 293 ;
iv. 173 and note; v. 154 and
note; vi. 22; vii. 69, 161 ; viii.

6, 39, 82
Poetry, Addison's criticisms upon

the construction of tragedy, and
the forms of verse proper to it, i.
200, 204; blank verse wonder-
fully adapted to tragedy, 200 ;
tragedies of Corneille and Racine
superior in thought to those of

English poets, 201 ; Shakespeare
often found using obscure thoughts,
202; Nathaniel Lee one of the
most fitted for tragedy of modern
English poets, 202 and note ;
Otway criticised, 203 and note ;
the principal English tragedies dis-
cussed, 206; Lee and Dryden's
Edipus' quoted, 208; artifices
employed by poets in tragedy,
225; Hon. Edward Howard's
• British Princes,' 224 and note;
dearth of invention reason for
bawdry being written by poets,
263 ; writers of least learning
most skilled in lascivious writing,
264 ; the poetesses much addicted
to this kind of writing, 265; poems
of the ancients in form of egg,
pair of wings, &c., 300 ; essay on
ihe art of poetry, iv. 5 et seq.;
heroic and epic poetry examined,
iv. 77 et seq. ; critical essayson Mil-
ton's Paradise Lost,' iv. 77, 107,
136, 167, 200, 208, 228, 261, 298,
333, 367, v. 20, 26, 63, 99, 131,
161, 193, 261 ; simple and im
plex fabies in poems, iv. 228 ;
Sir Richard Blackmore's poem
'The Creation,' v. 107 and note ;
the three great heroic poems of
the world, v. 161, 227 ; imagina-
tion considered in relation to
poetry, vi. 103, 108, 112; alle-
gory of the mountain Parnassus,
vii. 191; criticism of modern
poets, 238; edict for the regula-
tion of verse-making, 240; criti-
cism of Spenser, 323; poetical
justice, 364; epistolary poetry,
viii. 264; Tickell's poems on the
Prospect of Peace,' vii. 238, and

the Royal Progress,' viii. 269
Political Academy, French, iv. 276

et seq:
Political Economy, iii. 150. et seq.
Politics, the variety politicians met

with at the different coffee-houses,

vi. 37

Poor, state of the, vi. 166
Pontignan, Monsieur, story of his

adventure, ii. 46 and note
Pope, Alexander, ii. 25 note, 37

note, 86 note, 241 note; iii. 84

note, 203 note, 261 note; iv. 7
and note; v. 304 and note, 311
note; vi. 5 note, 41 note, 57, 129
note ; vii. 18 note, 238 and note,

264, 283 and note
Pope, W., his song of “The Old

Man's Wish,' vi. 69 and note
Porter, Mary, actress, v. 243 and

note
Portland, Richard Weston, Earl of,

vi. 209 and note
Port-Royal, Messieurs du, their 'Art

of Speaking,' vii. 189 and note
Poverty, the inconveniences of, ii.

327
Powell, George, tragedian, i. 158

and note, 208, 209; iv. 199
Powell, Martin, puppet showman,

i. 74 and note, 76; his performance
preferred to the church, 73, v.
279; and to the Haymarket

opera, i. 79, 159 and noté
Praise, the love of, i. 195; iii. 94 ;

vi. 343; viii, 274
Prayer, Addison's essay on, iii. 185

et seq.

Prejudice, the evil of, 174
Pride, destroys all symmetry and
grace, i. 170; reflections

on,

viii.
274
Prior, Matthew, i. 98 note; ii. v.

note, 341 note; v. 378 and note ;

vii. 71 note
Procris, wife of Cephalus, story of,

vii. 264
Professions, the overburdening of

the three great prosessions, i. 107
Projectors, i. 141, 156
Prostitution, essays dealing with,

iii. 103, 177 ; iv. 73, 114, 122, 175
Proverbs, translation of 7th chap.

of, vi. 70
Providence, speculations on, iii. 328

et seq.; V. 345, 373; vi. 214; vii.

218, 338; viii. 41, 64, 187, 329
Prudence, essay on, iv. 209
Psalmanazar, George, his history, i.

79 note
Psalms, metrical translation of the

23rd, vi. 216; of the 114th, 316
Pseudonyms, nom-de-plumes, and

euphemistic names employed in
the Spectator :-

Abraham Dapperwit, vii. 296

Abraham Froth, i. 219
Abraham Thrifty, iii. 355
Acasto, v. 341
Acetus, vi. 129
Æsculapius, iii. 282
Airy, Lady, v. 150
Albacinda, ii. 302
Alice Bluegarter, vii. 109
Alice Early, v. 63
Alice Threadneedle, iii. 70
Altamira, v. 244
Amanda, v. 292
Amanda Lovelength, viii. 116
Amaryllis, ii. 301
Amoret, vi. 26
Ample, Lady, i. 164
Andiron, Mrs., i. 93
Andromache, ii. 289
Anna Bella, i. 275
A. Noewill, iii. 229
Anthony Title-page, iv. 273
Antony Freeman, iii. 214
Apicius, i. 264
Arietta, i. 56
Aristippus, vi. 347
Athenais, iii. 283
Asteria, iii. 347
Aurelia, i. 82
Aurelia Careless, iv. 225
Barbara Crabtree, iv. 4
Barnaby Brittle, iii. 209
Bartholomew Lady - love, iv.

274
Basil Plenty, vi. 368
Beaver, i. 253
Belinda, v. 225
Bellamour, vii. 270
Bellinda, iii. 172
Belvidera, iii. 179
Benevolus, vii. 252
Benjamin Bamboo, vii. 42
Betty Clack, Lady, viii. 21
Betty Cross-stitch, iv. 130
Betty Lemon, v. 315
Betty Saunter, ii. 281
Betty Single, Lady, vii. 10
Biblis, iii. 93
Biddy Doughbake, iv. 307
Biddy Loveless, iii. 134
Blast, Lady, vi. 295
Bluemantle, Lady, vi. 154
Bob Harmless, iv. 327
Bob Short, vi. 377
Bridget Eitherdown, iv. 166

Brisket, Madame van, i. 164
Callisthenes, vi. 128
Camilla, i. 295
Canidia, iv. 250
Cannibal, vi. 35
Carbuncle, De, i. 269
Carus, iv. 205
Catherine Swallow, Lady, viii.

24
Celia, iv. 124, vii. 9
Celimene, i. 345
Celinda, iii. 49
Charity Frost, iv. 227
Charles Easie, iii. 347 ; vii. 361
Charles Frankair, vii. 54
Chastity Loveworth, iv. 240
Chin, Sergeant, i. 270
Chloe, iii. 93; vi. 34!
Christopher Query, vii. 361
Cinna, iii. 182
Clarinda, i. 382; v.

6
Cleora, viii. 231
Cleanthe, i. 80; iv. 106
Clitophon, iv. 310
Clodius, i. 264 ; iv. 250
Clytander, iv. 273, 346
Constantia, ii. 394
Constantia Comb-brush, v. 252
Constantia Feild, iii. 364
Constantio Spec, viii. 116
Coquetilla, ii. 57
Corinna, iii. 91
Cornelius Agrippa, viii. 20
Cornelii, the, iii. 115
Cornelius Nepos, vi. 37
Cottilas, ii. 297
Cross, Miss, i. 164
Cynthis, vi. 14
Dacinthus, vi. 319
Damon, vi. 133
Deborah Conquest, viii. 24
Deborah Thrifty, v. 63
Dick Crastin, ii. 51
Dick Lovesick, iv. 308
Dictamnus and Moria, vii. 81
Dorinda, iv. 359; vi. 36
Dulcianara, i. 415
Dulcibella Thankley, vii. 8
Dulcissa, ii. 302
Edward Biscuit, vii. 210
Edward Waitfort, Hon., viii.

75
Elizabeth Dimple, Mrs., i. 155
Elizabeth Rainbow, vii. 362

Ephraim Weed, vi. 262
Epicure Mammon, v. 129
Escalus, iv. 353
Eubulus, i. 255
Eucratia, ii. 303
Eudosia, i. 413; ii. 303
Eudoxus, ii. 200
Eugenius, iii. 43
Euterpe, vii. 43
Euphues, iv. 226
Eve Afterday, iii. 107
Fanny Fickle, viii. 211
Favilla, vi. 196
Fidelia, vi. 251
Flavia, i. 413; ii. 49; vi. 14
Flavilla and Tom Tawdry, vii.

157
Florella, ii. 57
Florio, ii. 202, 324
Florinda, iv. 135
Fondle, Mr., viii. 287
Fortius, vi. 131
Francis Courtley, iv. 124
Frank Jolly, vi. 163
Frank Smoothly, ii. 58
Frank Townly, viii. 22
Fulvia, i. 82
George Gloom, vii. 362
George Gossling, iii. 111
Giles Gorgon, iii. 23
Gloriana, vi. 132
Gruel, Dr., viii. 78
Harry Tersett, ii. 94
Hecatissa, i. 249, 268, 413;

ji. 30

Hezekiah Broadbrim, iv. 127
Hezekiah Thrift, vii. 172
Hipparchus, vii. 8
Honoria, Lady, ii. 49
Hugh Goblin, i. 271
Humphrey Transfer, v. 282
Hyæna, iii. 93
Ignotus, i. 394
Irus, iv. 64, 147 ; ii. 157
Jack Afterday, iv. 45
Jack Lightfoot, v. 61
Jack Modish, iii. 35
Jack Sippett, vi. 246
Jack Stint, vi. 249
Jack Toper, vii. 95
Jack Triplett, v. 150
Jack Truepenny, ii. 9
James Discipulus, v. 55
James Easy, iv. 85

Jeremy Comfitt, vii. 297
Jeremy Lovemore, viii. 176
Jenny Simper, iv. 136
Jeoffry Hotspur, vi. 165
Jezebell, iv. 209
John Enville, Sir, iv. 245
John Rhubarb, vi. 164
John Shadow, viii. 135, 163
John Shallow, v. 218
John Sturdy, viii. 76
John Trott, iv. 227, 329 ; v.

299
Josiah Fribble, iv. 220
Josiah Henpeck, iii. 209
Kitty, iii. 91
Kitty Termagant, iii. 235
Laertes, ii. 156
Lætitia and Erastus, vii. 156
Lapirius, iii. 381
Lazarus Hopefull, vi. 368
Leonilla, ii. 200 ; vii. 9
Leonora, i. 188; ii. 54
Leontine, ii. 200
Lesbia, viii. 237
Lindamira, i. 213
Lofty, Mrs., v. 151
Lucina, iv. 246
Lucinda Parly, vii. 298
Lucceius, iii. 184
Lydia Loller, Lady, vi. 162
Lydia Novell, ii. 279
Manilius, vi. 344
Mariamne, vi. 341
Martha Busie, v. 63
Martha Housewife, iii. 50
Martha Tempest, iii. 210
Mary Comfit, v. 24
Mary Dainty, vi. 161
Mary Heartfree, iv. 3
Mary Tuesday, i. 127
Mat Meager, vi. 2
Melainia, iv. 186
Melissa, iii. 209
Merab, ii. 302
Michael Gander, v. 298
Miranda, iv. 249
Moses Greenbag, vii, 119, 258
Mules Palfrey, iv. 294
Mummius, iv. 205
Nathaniel Henroost, iii. 36
Nell Trot, i. 93
Nigranilla, ii. 3
Octavia, v. i.
Olivia, vi. 178

Omnamante, ii. 303; iii. 16
Orestilla, ii. 176
Oroondates, iii. 147
Parthenia, ii. 284
Parthenissa, iv. 283 and note
Parthenope, ii. 281
Penthesilea, i. 295
Philanthia, i. 414
Philander, vi. 31 ; vii. 8
Philanthropus, iv. 248, 311 ; vi.

273
Philanthus, vi. 200
Philarithmus, iii, 61
Philip Homebred, v. 242
Phillis, iii. 174
Philo-Britannicus, ii. 34
Philobrune, iv, 179
Philonous, iii. 318
Physibulus, v. 98
Pill Garlick, vi. 287
Polycarpus, iv. 144
Prettyman, vii. 58
Prim, Madam, v. 299
Pucella, iv, 126
Rachel Basto, ii. 282
Rachel Shoestring, vii. 108
Rachel Welladay, vii. 269
Rachel Watchfull, v. 300
Ralph Bellfry, v. 281
Ralph Crotchet, iv. 35
Ralph Simple, i. 115.
Ralph Thimbleton, vi. 177
Ralph Wonder, vii. 144
Reader Gentle, iv. 296
Rebecca Nettletop, iii. 106
Rebecca Quickly, ii. 94.
Rebecca Ridinghood, iii. 353
Rebecca the Distressed, v. 88
Relicta Lovely, vii. 320
Richard Rentfree, vi. 171
Robin Bridegroom, v. 243
Robin Goodfellow, iii. 181
Rosalinda, ii. 3, 30
Ruricola, iii. 114
Rustic Sprightly, iii. 346
Sam. Hopewell, ii. 41
Samuel Self, vii. 362
Samuel Slack, iv. 346
Sarah Trice, vii. 109
Scabbard Rusty, vi. 255
Scarecrow, i. 33
Sempronia, i. 234 ; vi. 197
Shapely, Mr., vii. 10
Sharlot Wealthy, vii. 296

Snapp, Mrs., viii. 23
Sombrius, vii. 100
Sophrosunius, v. 184
Statira, i. 214
Stephen Courier, iv. 165
Strephon, ii. 324; vi. 133
Susanna Decent, iv. 247
Susanna Frost, iii. 236
Susanna Lovebane, iv. 227
Sylvia, vi. 34
Syncropius, vi. 201
Teraminta, iv. 129
Themista, ii. 176
Theodosius, ii. 395
Tho. Kimbow, i. 125
Thomas Prone, i. 113
Thomas Smoaky, iii. 164
Thomas Sudden, vi. 162
Thomas Trusty, ii. 79
Toby Rentfree, iv. 331
Tom Dapperwit, vii. 43
Tom Faddle, iv. 246
Tom Maggot, iii. 233
Tom Mirabell, i. 15
Tom Pottle, v. 225
Tom Puzzle, vii. 14
Tom Tattle, ii. 58
Tom Touchy, ii. 195
Tom Tulip, ii. 51
Tom Tweer, vii. 217
Touchwood, Mrs., i. 93
Timothy Doodle, iii. 367
Timothy Stanza, vi. 376
Tim Watchwell, iv. 314
Tristissa, iii. 327
Trophonius, vii. 153
Truelove, Mr., i. 297
Uxander, vii. 80
Vagellius, i. 111
Viramira, vii. 80
Vizard, Mrs., i. 93
Vocifer, i. 393
Waddle, Lady, viii. 24
Widow Quick, viii. 24
Widow Wildfire, viii. 25
Will Cymon, v. 227
Will Dry, vii. 151
Will Fashion, i. 126
Will Funnell, viii. 57
Will Goosequill, v. 282
Will Hopeless, viii. 245
Will Maple, iii. 167
Will Prosper, i. 190
Will Sprightly, iv. 360

Will Thrash, vii. 235
Will Trap, vi. 249
Will Trippit, ii. 58
Will Warly, viii. 48
William Crazy, vii. 360
William Screne, i. 114

Zelinda, viii. 297
Puff, Cully Mully, pastry vendor,

V. 223 and note
Punch, references to, i. 73, 74 note,

78, 177
Punning, a species of false wit re-

commended by the practice of all
ages, i. 315; classical

puns,

Aris-
totle and Cicero cited, 316;
James I., Bishop Andrewes, and
Shakespeare as punsters, ibid. ;
Mr. Swan, the famous punster,
317 ; the distinctions between a
pun and true wit, 318; periodical
revivals, ibid.; definition of a
pun, 319; employed in conversa.

tion by people of small faculties,
Puppet-shows, i. 73, 159 ; ii. 4; v.

279
Purcell, Henry, composer, i. 147

and note
Puttenham's ' Art of Poetry,'i. 302

note

vii. 145

QUACKS discussed and censured,

vi. 227 ; essay against, viii. 69
Quakers. See Friends.
Questions and Commands, game of,

iii. 366 and note ; v. 180; vii. 144
Quevedo Villegas, Francisco Gomez
de, his 'Visions'cited, v. 57 and

note
Quillet, Claude, Latin poet, i. 120

and note
Quintilian, i. 318
Quixote, Don, as patron of the

Amorous Club, i. 154; cited, iii.
387 ; vii. 251

RABELAIS, story of, iv. 161
Racine, i. 201; iv. 196 note, 269 note
Radcliffe, Dr. John, vi. 354
Raillery, essay on, vi. 127
Raleigh, Sir Walter, vii. 174
Ram, custom of riding the black,

viii. 252, 280

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