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Taimill. Nag of E:
Pir, bis lett
its orght tot to
De to some
598 Valctudinarians in society, not to be adailted into a
195 pany but on conditions.....................! Telf....
193 Vanity, the paradise of fools............
A vision of her and her attendants ........
195 Vapours in women, to what to be aschbes...
olars he has
697 Varilas, his cheerfulness and good humogrnuletin
Wir: Foper to be
6.3 nerally acceptable.....
118 further considerations about it..........
Vyr and fools, th
521 Venice Preserved,' a tragedy, founded on a whepa.. Wirthe garden
454 Vebus, the charming figure she makes in the firx Ex.
Websburl of it
80 An attendant on the spring.
Tveito de foni
Only be valued
The Royal Progress ....
Wone so much
161 Vertumnus, an attendant on the spring...
TW to try!
X: Let's rette
211 Villacerfe (Madame de), an account of her desti, aut
The poolsit de
The this artico
able circumstance at his death.............
Las fathas ric
36 Virgil, his beautiful allegories founded on the Pesca
wherein short of Homer.....
Ter, the seces
447 His fable examined in relation to Halicarnassess to
03 tory of Æneas .......
2-3, the to
When he is best pleased .....
480 Virtue, the exercise of it recommended.
Its near relation to decency......
Of a beautiful nature
91 The great ornaments of it.....
To be esteemed in a toe
20 The use of it in our afflictions...
Vision of human miscty...,
her bed, described...
50 Volumes: the advantage an author retires
69 his works in volumes, rather than in slog e piece
174 Understanding, the abuse of it is a great evil......
Wherein more perfect than the inagination......****
Reasons for it.....
Should master the passions.....
39 Uranius, his great composure of his soul.........."
39 Wall, the prodigious one of China...
40 Wasps and doves in public, who....
211 Wealth, the father of love....
408 Wedlock, the state of it ridiculed by the lovu ve
Weed (Ephraim), his letter to the Spectator storba
marriage and estates .....
What Lord Coke said ot the widows' worthy
361 Whichenorre, bacon Birch, in Staffordshire,
Whispering place, Dionysius the tyrant's
While (Molt), a notorious witch......
Whole Duty of Man, that excellent book tartott
63 Her behaviour at the trial of her cause....********
Her artifices and beauly ........
352 Too desperate a scholar for a coustry gentleet
352 Her reception of Sir Roger........
50T Whom she helped to some tipsy in the eye 0 al
569 Has been at the death of several lose.....
588 Sir Roger's opinion of her, that she either drugo
marry or she does not
626 Widows, the great game of fortape-baguri.........
633 Widows' club, an account of it..........
509 A leller from the Gresident of it to the percent
about her suitors...
Duty of widows in old times..
A custom 10 puntsh usthaste odes in Berustus
Instances of their riding the black tans bert...
395 Wig, long ose, the eloquence of tive bat.......********
William and Betty, a short actoriat of the same...
108 Women (le English). excel all other nations in beauty.. 8L
108 Signs of their improvement under the Spectator's
186 The real commendation of a woman, what....... 95, 104
Their pains in all ages to adorn the outside of their
Have always designs upon men
38 Reproved for their neglect of dress after they are
6 Their wonderful influence upon the other sex ....... 510
62 The pleasures proceeding to the imagination from the
ideas raised by them ....
63 World (the), considered both as useful and entertaining.. 387
World of matter, and life, considered by the Specta-
419 Who among the ancient poets had this faculty 417
509 Writing upintelligibly, the art of it much improved.. 379
265 His account of Cyrus's trying the virtue of a young
Youth, instructions to them to avoid harlots
10 Zemroude (Queen), her story out of the Persian Tales'.. 518
15 Zoilu3, the preteaded crític, had a very long beard....... 331
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