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Buying of Bubbles, a common Bite of laté,
Business, is the main End of our Being,
Beneficence to Strangers, a great Virtue,
Bodies to be well provided for, not servdg
Blesings of a virtuous Woman, recited,
Baptizing of infants, not to be delayd,
Beauty joynd with Virtue, incomparable,

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Children ust imitate their Parents Virtues;
Careless Parents are their Childrens Ruin,
Chastity is a charming Virtue,
Charms of lewd Women, dangerous,
Charity is the Queen of all Virtues,
Contentment, a Care for Poverty,
Christian Hero's conquer all Misfortunes, 84
Clemency often proves the best Policy,

110 Counsellours (evil) to be punishd, not the King, 1 20 Conscience is the greatest Alarum,

123 Cæsar to have his Due, next after God, 123 Cruelty contrary to the Nature of Government, 126 Covetousness, the Root and Branch of all Evil, 136 Character of a virtuous Woman,

137 Celibacy may be prudential, not Neceffary, Conquest always attends on Virtue,

141 Conjugal Lové rarely exemplified

204 China-Ware, a worthless Miscbief-Maker, 208 Cloathing as necessary as daily Foad, Charity begins, but must not end, at Home, 262 Contempt is the best Revenge,

258 Change of Apparel, fit for different Seafons, 267 Colours no Argument of good Garments, 272 Curiosities of Nuns worthy of Imitation, Conversation well regulated, most delightful, 307 Crallus, contemptible for his Covetousness,

301 Cæsar, most victorious by his Prudence,

312 Crowns, not to be leffen'd or impoverished, 325 Correction to be given froward Children, 331 Church requires the devouteft Reverence, 341

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Coercion over Kings, not lapful,
Consecration makes the Bishop,

341 Court-Harlots, perniciosis to the Publick,

345 Contradictions never can be reconcild,

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Dancing ought not to binder greater Duties,
Debauchery destroys bodily Health,
Divorce not sufficient to punish Adultery,
Drunkenness is a most sordid Sin,
Difmal Effeets of Intemperance,
Drunkards have made tragical Exits,
Dispatch inhances Acts of Kindness,
Description of a merciful King,
Delays in Fustice, discommendable,

119 Deposing of Princes, not study'd by true Patriots, 121 Dignity of a good Wife, describd,

141 Devotion should neither be foppish nor slovenly, 149 Death only can part a loving Couple,

179 Decency of Attire, the Mark of a good Housewife, 195 Duty of a wise Oeconomist,

220 Distaff and Spindle delight the Industrious, 242 Dressing ought to be discreetly Modest,

270 Drapery of the Mind better than the Body, 282 Degenerating prevented by Care and Education, 333 Duties in Educating Children, negleted, . Donors inrich'd by their Charity, Deceitfulness of Favour exposed,

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Early Education prevents all Corruptions,
Easiness of Access is proper for Princes,
Elijah fed by the Ravens,
Excellency of a good Wife set forth,
Examples for curing of Idlenefs,
Export and Import, to be wisely regulated,
Estates in Paper, Tallies, &c. precarious,
Exercise the Cause of Health and Strength,
Extensiveness of Charity is wonderful,
Enemies beft conquer'd with Kindnessy

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God governs still, and can restore all things, 169

Good and Evil smartly compard,

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Great Sinners of State worse than little Rogues, 178

Good Servants ought to be valued,

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Gardening,&c. the pleasantest Diversions, 222

Ground-Rents in London, best worth purchasing,

Girdles, of great Antiquity and Esteem, 292

Glory, got by publick Profit, not Pride,

Government of the Tongue, great Wisdom,

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Harlots and Concubines dishonour Kings,

Honour in giving, greater than in receiving,

Hunger needs no savoury Sauces,

Happiness of having an indearing Wife,

Housewifery highly commendable in all Ranks, 193

Head of a Family should set a good Example, 212

House-Keeping is a laborious Business,

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Health is a great' Blesing,

Humility deserves the highest Praise,

Humble Lady describd, .

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Home-made Cloth, better than foreign Fopperies, 251

Hell-Fire-Clubs, &c. abominably vicious, . 279

Hotch-Potch Governments never long-livd, 299

Heart and Tongue should always go together,

Housholders should well instruct their Servants, 324

Happy-Pair, that ennoble their Marriage, 327

Hardiness of Education, the best,

Hell bas not one Atheist in it, .

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Instructive Mothers, the Blessing of Families,
Idleness, a great Cause of Lewdness,
Incontinency, the Bane of Body and Soul,
Joseph's Chastiry 'was fingular,
latemperance destroys Sense and Reason,
Judgment perverted by excess of Liquor,
Job's Patience, the best Leffon for banilli'd Kings,
Justice and Mercy are Royal V'irtues,

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Injustice and Cruelty, Brothers of Iniquity, 122
Just Princes judge not by Report or Proxy
Imitation is the greatest Part of Life,
Inter-Marriages of Princes procuré Peacen
Job's Wife, no trúe Comforter,
Tealously, most pernicions in Families,
industrious Wives known by their Handy-Works,
Industry a most profitable Virtue,

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Joseph always providing for his oton Country,
Învention of Cloth owing to Minerva,
Idleness the Mother of most Mischiefs . . 252
Instruction of Children, how neceffary,
Indulgences spoil Childrens Education,
Intestine Farrs exemplify'd among the Romans,
Inspiration only can praise a virtuous Queen,

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Keeping good Company is a chief Article,

Kings have the greatest Need of good Education,

Kings, most liable to Temptations,

Kings ought to be most liberal,

King Charles's Restauration, happy,

Kings Cheese flould not go half away in Parings, 325

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Learning makes the most accomplish'd Perfon, 16

Lust deformas all Beauty,

Luxury, the foulest of Vices,

Loyalists, to be rewarded; Rebels, punishd,

Liberality is a generous Virtue,

Lazarus too often fed with an empty Prayer,

Lessons fit for a King in Distress,

Left-handed Marriages, unlawful,

Laws of God, never to be forgotten,

Love of an indearing Wife, describd,

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Ladies of late too fond of Bubbles in Trade,

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Labouring requires mest Nourishment,

Land is the most certain Estate,

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Love, the Fountain of all Felicity,

Lying disgraces the very Gift af Speeel,

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