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SELDEN. Opinion on Episcopal rious questions in Divinity, 152. of the Indians-How Sermons
Marriage Punishment sure in a language which we do not
edify-Ranters — Place where
Smoking, earlier than generally the Quakers suffered at Boston,
supposed in England, 326. Story's feelings there, 170. Fear
of the Indians still remaining in
Story's time-Maintenance for
could not be without compulsory
dier-adventurers, 57. Natural Roman Catholic trick practised
of, 216, 220. A king's best serv. act for relief of wounded ones, against forward Speakers in the
Quaker Meetings, 172. Preach-
ing of Immortality to the Indians,
153–156. Vulgar ideas of com- the Reformation-Remark on Ministers, 194. Account of his
the Quaker principle of non- recovery from Illness-Morali-
sive power of delivery, 233. the Church-Assurance-Arbi- Jamaica-Visit to William Penn
of music, temp. Charles II., 389. Conscience often to be set right to bis subjects, 195. Decline
196. Account of an Ignis Fa
STRAFFORD'S LETTERS, 376, &c,
Spectacles, mentioned by Hoc- illustrative of English Manners
members not to make long ones, first invented, 356.
Smith's days, 152.
Spirituous Liquors, bill against, Stuarts, increase of prices since
Hume wrote his History of the
the blind bear, 360. In Burton's Style, 236.
Stage, the York stopped upon the SUCKLING, SIR John, his and Bar-
CLAY's new Play, 380.
Suicides, 113. Maniac through
there, in Elizabeth's reign, 340. Superstitions, 85. Always ac
253. Used at the siege of New- perstition or no Saperstition,
castle, 1644, 368.
256. Power of, 269. Sin-eaters,
Supper-hour, eight, temp. Charles
Sure, “ It is good to be sure," the
Statue of King Charles I. Wim- Worldling's Motto, 293.
bledon's Letter about, 378. SUTTON, SIR WILLIAM, Epitaph,
-Disappointment in marriage, Swallows, resurrection of, 230.
193. Inordinate presumption Swearers, profane and cursers,
Love of novelty, and evils of each parish to receive the fines,
temp. Charles I., 370. Gentle
Stools, common seat in James I's Swines' dung taken for the Dys-
entery in Ireland, 103.
STORY THOMAS, Quakers' Jour- SYLVESTER's Do Bartas, Praise
Charles II.'s time - Paralytic Tongues, 265.
mon-hearers classed, 147. Ser- interesting matter, 167. Re- Tansiene, the Orpbeus of Hindos.
House, 208. Whitfield and Lady
tion of Wesley, &c., 209. Upon
Tunbridge Wells, 387. Smoking Whitfield's popularity-On the
Christianity, 10. Toleration of and peacocks, sold in the mar- pugnance to the classic school
at Lisbon - Inconvenience of
acter of the Portuguese-Why
timental in Irish-The Green-
Turtles, lepers cured by eating in dale Oak-Poisonous cosmetics,
day, spiritual "pest houses," TUSSER, garden fruits and walks olic religion consumptive-The
Increase of immorality Gardens Rent-corn, hus- last infirmity – Readiness of
some Anglicans to fraternise
harvest divided, 126. Extracts Antiquarian Reports - Fanati-
cism, 237. English taste and
Twiss's verbal index to Shake. climate - Training of trees -
His scepticism, 238. Account
of first pineapple presented to
Charles II. by Rose, the royal
Union.flag, in Charles I.'s time, effects of bad, to peace, 18. Ne-
Andrews joined together, 369. 114.
Unity and concord, profit of, 264. WARBURTON, BISHOP, 17.
&c.-origin of standing at, 219. urgy, original scheme for, 218. mourn for one day, 378.
Dresses derived from the Pa Warren, free, what, 321.
of, in Warburton's age, 17. Unordained persons served the ing from sea-wells at Bahrem,
Cumberland and Westmoreland Water-spouts, 265.
Watling Street, a name for the
Milky Way, 297.
Watts, The devil attacks the
spirit through the flesh-More
Weather, signs of, 278.
Vestry Libraries, mention of, in Webbesters and Walkers, 326.
Weights and measures so false in
ments and bells for churches,350.
of Newcastle, 150.
arable from a fashionable house amongst, 219. Verses, 281.
time, and violins only used, 391. Horace Walpole's description
Virgil, the wise, of Naples, 273. of, 209. Wesley and the Breth-
story of, 371.
Westminster School, praise of,
215. Westminster-ball found
on fire, Feb. 20, 1630, 381. Boys
Wages in Henry VII.'s time, 331. took their servants to in Charles
WHALLEY, Epitaph on his grand-
Waller's Plot, discovered by a father, 150.
368. On poor-law reliet, 392. able trade, 343.
fore Elizabeth, 348. In Bun. ers did not subjugate England, the door when guests brought
their own knives, 354.
Walnut wood for furniture, 397. WHITAKER, DR. History of Cra-
having a dishonest.foe in a con- ty-Few beggars—Tenantry in
says one in the play, temp. Car.
Young's, DEAN, Sermons, Human
like bis Providence, works by
terious in the mode of its opera-
risy, its self-deception, 226. God
ever near-Influence of the an-
Against rash judgments, 227.
Conscience must be guided, as
tlomen in public, 383. Left off ing to the number of swine, 318. and fear, 228. Man born to
Pocket Handkerchief, 235. 127. Effect upon, in suckling quality proposed by Bucking.
Manners and Literature, 395. merchant's gratitude to, 150. York-Minster, custom of walking
Worse thought of by some be. 319. Cornish wool, 294. Trans-
Zahanain, oak place, or, plain of,
Workhouse, experiment in Hert- 382.
Zeal, example of Christian, 64.
Youthful zeal of Jesnits, 176.
Man in the Moon, 160. Mode
to the introduction of, 184. Price Writers, quick and slow, 50. Zorndorf, battle field of, 283.