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Badger, Selina, ber letter to mr. Ever-
green,

vol. 2-509

Catebpoles described,

2-303
Characters blown up by gunpowder, 2-343
Cockloft, Christopher, his whim-whams, 1-130
his character,

1-137
Cockloft-hall, described,

2-372
Cockloft, Cæsár, alias, squire Coekloft, .24395
Cockloft, miss Charity, her character, 1-208
has one fault,

1-212
dies of a whim-wham,

1-216
Cockloft family described,

1-123
Cocklost, mrs. her character,

1-137
Cockloft, Jeremy the younger, his char.
acter,

1-84
his experiments,

1485
his travelling memorandums, 1-88
his Stranger at Home,

2-300
is accused of plagiarism, 1-253
Cockloft, Pindar, esq. his poetical procla-
mation,

1-79
his opinion of Tommy Moore, 1-125
his poem describing the olden timés, 1-171
his poem on fashion,

1-231
his poem after a fit of the gout, 2-315

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Page.
Cockloft, Pindar’s, reflections on the even-
ing of life,

vol. 2-444
Cockloft, Pindar, esq. his poem op tea, 2-513
Cognous Julian, to mr. Evergreen, 2-509
Concert, by Demi Semiguaver,

1-244
Courtship, mine uncle John's to the far-
mer's daughter,

2285

D
Dancing mania,

. . 2-498
Ding-dong described,

1-39
Dick Paddle, his character,

1-43
Dabble, Timothy, his character, , 2-404

how he rose to be a great man, 2—407

the altitude of his nose, 2-411
Dinner at Ballston,

2-419
Dubster, Malvolio, his letter to mr. Ever-
green,

2-511
Description of the mansion of the Cock-
lofts,

1--135

Evergreen, Anthony, esq. one of the au-

thors of Salmagundi,
his department in the work,
his essay on the New-York As-

ibid.

sembly,
his sketches from nature,

1-28
2-389

Page.
Evergreen, Anthony, esq. his farewell

address to the ladies, vol. 2-532
Economy of the american government, 1-225
Evaporation of the Ballston waters, 2—420

Fag-rags, Mustapha's account of them,
Fair Penitent, criticism on the,
Frenchmen born dancers,
Fungus, mr. Ichabod, his character,

is met at Hogg's where he des-

cribes the manœuvres of the
torpedo,

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Giblets, family of,
Gifford, Archer, and his man Caliban,
Gotham, chronicles thereof,

taken by the hoppingtots,
Greatness, two kinds thereof,
Great man, what constitutes one,
Great men honored by eating,

H
Hogg's porter-house,

1-196

1-90
24452
2—455
2-400
2-402
2-427

2-312

Larigstaff, Launcelot, his character,

the antiquity of his family,

1-180
1--182

Page.
Langstaff, Launcelot, inakes love and is
disappointed,

vol. 1-186
his antipathy to cold water
and brooms,

1-188
he is overcome at old Cockloft's, 2–390
his reflections on human life, 2—392
his essay on greatness,

2-399
his autumnal reflections,

2-437
Linkum Fidelius-extracts from his
Works,

1--201-203
his opinion of the first peopling
of America,

2-303
Anecdote from his works, 1-164

The death of his descendant, 2-474
Library at Cockloft-hall,

2-445

м
Macbeth, account of its performance, 1-24
Man in black, his history,

2–163
his death and burial, . 2-474
Moore, Tommy, Pindar Cockloft's opinion
of his works,

1-171
Morning dress for the ladies,

1-72
* Mine uncle John,"

2-275
portrait of his third flaine, 2-378
the tree on which he recorded
- the names of his mistresses, 2--145

Page.

Music, ancient and modern,

vol. 1-242
Mustapha Rub-a-dub Keli Khan, his first ,

acquaintance with the authors
of Salmagundi,

1-61
- his first letter to Asem Hacchem, 1-63
his description of the govern-
ment of the U. States,

1-67
his letter to Eb’n al Rahab, 1-100
his ideas of economy,

1-101
his description of a military re-
view,

1-103
his second letter to Asem Hac-
chem,

1–157
he abuses the american gov,
ernment,

1–226
his fourth letter to Asem Hac-
chem,

2-261
his description of an election, 2-262
his opinion of the mob, 2—274
his fifth letter to Asem Hae
chem,

2--355
his opinion of politicks,

2--357
his ideas of equality,

2-365
his sixth letter to Asem Hac-
chem,

2-476

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