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ABBEY LANDS. In queen Mary's time, the grantees
in his distress, xxi. 182.
land, xiy. 228.
iii. 51. Of projectors at Lagado, ix. '97. A po-
Dr. Swift's visit to his seat, xi. 64–75 H s Ladly's
prevalent, even when improper, than all the rea.
son and argument in the world without it, 163.
of the few poets who made a proper use of the
as secretary to lord Wharton, sv. 64. 74. Where
sense of the nation, v. 93. 181. The folly of the
design of it, ibid.
them and the Indians, xxiii. 102.
things, iii. 138. Their doctrine consisted of two
the modern Æolists, 143.
XX. 153. Without the encouragement of it, any country, however blessed by nature, must continue
poor, xii. 288. dgue. A disease little known in Ireland, xxi. 290. did (for marrying the king's eldest daughter.) How
levied, vii. 256. Aislabie (John), made a speech against Swift in the
House of Commons, x. 113. Alberoni (Parson). Extract from a work of Mr.
Gordon's under that title, xxiv. 138. Alcibiades. The consequence of the impeachment of
him by the Athenian people, ii. 292. Alc. More ancient than wine, and by whom in
vented, iii. 259. That of Wexford famous, xxi.
244 Alexander the Great. Honourably distinguished by
Swift, viii. 179. A reflection on the manner of his death, ix. 217. An instance of his magnani
mity, xiv. 223. Alexandrine verses.
Swift's dislike to them, xix. 155• Allegiance. Reciprocal with protection, though not
with preferment, vi. 125. Allen (Joshua, lord :, xix 13%. His character, xiii. 73
See Traulus. The Dean's advertisement in his defence against him, xviii. 40. Alley (The). A poem, in imitation of Spenser, Alliance. The principal cause of the grand alliance
between the Emperor, England, and the States General, v. 269. xxiii. 155. The parties in it agree to furnish near two hundred thousand men, exclusive of garrisons, v. 283. vii. 116. Afterward the number of forces increased, and the English bore an unequal proportion, v. 284. vii. 118. The English to bear five eighths in the sea service, and the Dutch three, v. 280. vii. 116. The English to pay two hundred thousand crowns