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Temper, serious, the advantage of it....
Theatre (English), the practice of it in several instances
42. 44. 51
Of making love in the theatre
Theodosius and Constantia, their adventures.
Thimbleton (Ralph), his letter to the Spectator,
Thoughts, of the highest importance to sift them
and his desire to be made a cannon..
Tillotson (Archbishop), improved the notion of hea-
Time, our ill use of it....
The Spectator's direction how to spend it
How the time we live ought to be computed...
Tom Trusty, a tender husband and careful father.
Flies into the country.
Tom the Tyrant, first minister at the coffee-house be-
Torre, in Devonshire, how unchaste widows are punished
Torture, why the description of it pleases, and not the
Townly (Frank), his letters to the Spectator.
Trading and landed interest ever jarring..
The most likely means to make a man's private for-
Tradition of the Jews concerning Moses..
Tragedy: a perfect tragedy the noblest production of hu
Wherein the modern tragedy exceeds that of Greece
Blank verse the most proper for English tragedy...
Tragi-comedy, the product of the English theatre, a mon-
The transmigration of souls asserted by Will Honey.
How believed by the ancients'
Travel, highly necessary to a coquette.
The behaviour of a travelled lady in the playhouse..
Toper (Jack), his recommendatory letter in behalf of a
Travellers, the generality of them exploded..
Trimming, the Spectator unjustly accused of it
The everlasting good effect truth has even upon a
man's fortune and interest...
Tryphidorus, the great lipograinmatist of antiquity
Tully praises himself
What he said of the immortality of the soul..
Of uttering a jest.
Of the force of novelty.
What he required in his orator..
Turner (Sir William) his excellent maxim.
VAINLOVES, the family of
Valentinus (Basilius) and Alexandrinus, their story...
Valerio, his character
Valetudinarians in society, not to be admitted into com
A vision of her and her attendants..................
Ubiquity of the Godhead considered.........
Translation of verses pedantic out of Italian.
Vinci (Leonardo), his many accomplishments, and tech
Wherein short of Homer............
His fable examined in relation to Halicarnassus's to
tory of Æneas.
Compared with Homer......
When he is best pleased.....
Virtue, the exercise of it recommended...
The great ornaments of it.....
When the sincerity of it may reasonably be suspects
Visit: a visit to a travelled lady, which she received in
Volumes: the advantage an author receives of publising
Should master the passions.......
about her suitors......
Duty of widows in old times...
A custom to punish unchaste ones in Berks
Instances of their riding the black ram there...
Her behaviour at the trial of her cause.........
Too desperate a scholar for a country gentle..
Whom she helped to some tansy in the eye of all
Sir Roger's opinion of her, that she either desigts!
A letter from the president of it to the Stea
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