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Stint (Jack) and will. Trap, their Adventure, N. 448.
Infirmary, N. 429.
Coverley, N. 410.
Taste of Writing, what it is, and how it may be
Prospect, N. 418.
cut and trimmed, N. 414.
Valentinus, Bafilius, and Alexandrinus, their Story,
her Attendants, ibid,
Variety of Mens Adions proceeds from the Passions, N.
N. 417. an Attendant on the Spring, 425.
Virgil, his Genius, N. 404. compared with Homer, 417.
when he is best pleased, ibid. Virtues, supposed ones not to be relyed on, N. 399. Understanding, wherein more perfect than the Imagina
tivn, N. 420. Reasons for it, ibid. Should master the
WALL, the prodigious one of China, N. 415.
Wars, the Late made us so greedy of News, N.452. Wealthy Men fix the Character of Persons to their Cir
cumstances, N. 469.
riages and Estate, N. 450.
without Judgment, 422.
the Ideas raised by them, N. 416.