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Georgicks (Virgil's) the Beauty of their Subjects, N. 417%. efture, good in Oratory, N. 407.
Ghofts, what they fay fhould be a little difcolour'd, N. 419. The Description of them pleafing to the Fancy, ibid. why we incline to believe them, ibid. not a Village in England formerly without one, ibid. Shakespear's the beft, ibid.
Gladiators of Rome, what Cicero fays of 'em, N. 436.
Goats-milk, the Effect it had on a Man bred with it, N. 408.
Fancy, N. 420.
Gratitude, the moft pleafing Exercife of the Mind, N. 453. a Divine Poem upon it, ibid.
Greatnels of Objects, what understood by it, in the Plea-
Amlet's Reflections on looking upon Yorick's Skull,
Harlot, a Description of one out of the Proverbs, N. 410. Health, the Pleasures of the Fancy more conducive to it, than thofe of the Understanding, N. 411.
Heaven and Hell, the Notion of, conformable to the Light
of Nature, N. 447.
Heavens, Verfes on the Glory of 'em, N. 465. Hebrew Idioms run into English, N. 405. Hefiod's Saying of a virtuous Life, N. 447. Hiftorian, his moft agreeable Talent, N. 420. How Hi ftory pleases the Imagination, ibid. Defcriptions of Battels in it scarce ever understood, 428. Hockley in the Hole Gladiators, N. 436. Homer's Defcriptions charm more than Ariftotle's Reafoning, 411; compar'd with Virgil, 417; when he is in his Province, ibid.
Honeftus the Trader, his Character, N. 443.
Hope (Paffion of) treated, N. 471.
Horace takes Fire at every Hint of the Iliad and Odyssee,
Hotspur (Jeffrey, Efq;) his Petition from the Country Infirmary, N. 429.
Human Nature the beft Study, N. 408.
Hush (Peter) his Character, N. 457.
Hymn, David's Paftoral one on Providence, N. 441 ; on Gratitude, 453; on the Glories of the Heaven and Earth, 465. Hypocrifie, the various Kinds of it, N. 399; to be prefer'd to open Impiety 458.
Deas, how a whole Set of them hang together, N. 416. the Story of one by Dr. Plot, 447. Idle and Innocent, few know how to be fo, N. 411. Jilt, a Penitent one, N. 401.
Iliad, the reading it like travelling through a Country uninhabited, N. 417.
Imaginary Beings in Poetry, N. 419. Inftances in Ovid, Virgil, and Milton, ibid.
Imagination, its Pleafures in fome Refpects equal to thofe of the Understanding, in fome preferable, N. 411. Their Extent, ibid. The Advantages of them, ibid. What is meant by them, ibid. Two Kinds of them, ibid. Awaken the Faculties of the Mind, without fatiguing or perplexing it, ibid. more conducive to Health than thofe of the Understanding, ibid, rais'd by other Senses as well as the Sight, 412. The Caufe of them not to be affign'd, 413. Works of Art not fo perfect as thofe of Nature to entertain the Imagination, 414. The fecondary Pleasures of the Fancy, 416, the Power of it, ibid. whence its fecondary Pleafures proceed, ibid, of a wider and more Univerfal Nature than those it has when join'd with Sight, 418; how Poetry contributes to its Pleasures, 419; how Hiftorians, Philofophers, and other Writers, 420, 421. The Delight it takes in enlarging it felf by Degrees, as in the Survey of the Earth, and the Universe, ibid, and when it works from
great Things to little, ibid, where it falls fhort of the Understanding, ibid. How affected by Similitudes, 421; as liable to Pain as Pleasure; how much of either 'tis capable of, ibid. the Power of the Almighty over it,
Imagining, the Art of it in general, N. 421. Impertinent and Trifling Perfons, their Triumph, N. 432. Impudence mistaken for Wit, N. 443. Infirmary, one for good Humour, N. 429, 437, 440; a further Account out of the Country, ibid. Ingoltfon (Charles of Barbican) his Cures, N. 444. Invitation, the Spectator's, to all Artificers as well as Philofophers to affift him, N. 428, 442; a General one, ibid.
Jolly (Frank Efq;) his Memorial from the Country Infirmary, N. 429.
Iras, her Character, N. 404.
-Irony, who deal in it, N. 438.
July and Auguft (Months of) defcrib'd, N.
June (Month of) defcrib'd, N. 425.
Knowledge of one's felf, Rules for it, N. 399.
Andskip, a pretty one, N. 414.
Language (Licentious) the Brutality of it, N. 400, Languages (European) cold to the Oriental, N. 405. Lapland Ode tranflated, N. 406.
Latimer, the Martyr, his Behaviour at a Conference with the Papifts, N. 465.
Law Suits, the Mifery of 'em, N. 456.
Leaf (Green) fwarms with Millions of Animals, N. 420. Learning (Men of) who take to Business, beft fit for it,
Letters from Cynthio to Flavia, and their Answers, on the breaking off their Amour, N. 398. Letters; from Queen Anne Boleyne to Henry VIII. N. 397. from a Bankrupt to his Friend, 456; the Anfwer, ibid. from Lazarus Hopeful to Bafil Plenty, 472.
Letters to the Spectator; from Peter de Quir of St. John's College in Cambridge, N. 395; from a penitent Jilt, 401; from a Lady importun'd by her Mother to be unfaithful to her Husband, 402; from a married Man, who out of Jealoufie obftructed the Marriage of a Lady to whom he was a Guardian, ibid. from a Lady whofe Lover would have abus’d her Passion for him, ibid. from a young Uncle on the Difobedience of his Elder Nephews and Neices, ibid. about a City and Country Life, 406; with a Tranflation of a Lapland Ode, ibid. on the Paffions, 408; concerning Gloriana, 423; of good Humour, 424; of the Country Infirmary, 429; of common Beggars, 430; of Charity Schools, ibid. the Freedoms of married Men and Women, ibid. from Richard and Sabina Rentfree, 43 r; about Prejudice and Emulation, 432; naked Shoulders, 437 ; a Country Society and Infirmary, ibid. from Camilla, 443; from anExchange Man, ibid. about Buffoonry, ibid. from Ephraim Weed, 450; from a Projector for News, 452, 457; about Education, 455; from one who had married a Scold, ibid, from Pil. Garlick, ibid. about the Use and Abuse of Similies, ibid. Salutations at Churches, 460; with a Tranflation of the 114th Pfalm, 461; about the Advance on the Paper for the Stamps, ibid. about King Charles the Second's Gaities, 462; about Dancing, 466; about Sight, 472; about Panegyrical Satyrs on our felves, 473; from Timothy Stanza, ibid. from Bob Short, ibid.
Libels, a fevere Law against them, N. 451; thofe that write or read 'em excommunicated, ibid.
Light and Colours only Ideas in the Mind, N, 413.
London, the Differences of the Manners and Politicks of one Part from the other, N. 403.
AN, the middle Link between Angels and Brutes,
Matchiavel, his Obfervation on the wife Jealousie of
States, N. 408.
Matter, the leaft Particle of it contains an inexhaufted
May (Month of) dangerous to the Ladies, N. 395. de
Meanwell (Thomas) his Letter about the Freedoms of mar-
Merchant, the Worth and Importance of his Character,
Mercy, whoever wants it has a Tafte of no Enjoyment,
425. His Defcription of the Arch-Angel and the Evil:
Modefty (Falfe) the Danger of it, N. 458. diftinguish'd' from the True, ibid.
Monsters, Novelty beftows Charms on them, N. 412.
What gives Satis
Money; the Spectator propofes it as a Thefis, N. 442. the