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berland's in the Choleric Wires, Petition of the London,
Man, 620.
50); pains, sympathetic, 442.

X.
Will, singular one, 391; will Wolf, time one of a lady near
for deed, Scripture authority

XARIFA and Fatima, original

Geneva, 592; cross with a
for, 703.
racoon, 392 ; baiting of, at

and translation of, 261.3.
WILLIAM III.Prince of Orange, Ispahan, 425.

XENOCRATES, wise order
remark to Sir W. Temple, WOLLESLEY, ROBERT, 347,

relative to children, recorded
of Charles II. 379.
WOLSEY, CARDINAL, stone cof.

by Plutarch, 413.
WILLIAMS, EDWARD, seditious fin of, given by the king for XERIES, why he wept, and
bookseller, 364.
the body of Lord Colling.

why we should, a saying
Will WIMBLE, parallel in. wood, 385.

Mile. de Gournay, 638.
stance in the Natural Son, Womb, babe crying in, 244.

XIMINES, CARDINAL, cured
Women, fight between two at

a hectic fever by outward
Winander Mere, notion that the Hockley in the Hole, 1722,

applications, by à Moorist
bottom is paved and smooth, 378; other instances, ibid.;

woman, 700.
like polished marble, 536. extracts relative to,496, 558;
"'ind, The, hath a humun voice, condition of, 664.

Y.
7.

Wood, foundation in Fifeshire YAMEN, God of Death, 247.
Window, if there were one in for twenty old men of the
men's breasts, a

YE HE WAH, the author of
shutter name of, 385.
would soon be agreed upon,
Wood house, on London bridge, York Cathedral, custom as to

Vegetation, 228.
44.

entirely without nails, 419.
Wine, called by Mahomet,“ the Wond-lice, how best taken me.

Residentiaries there, 355.
mother of 'sin,” 214; love dicinally! 551.

Young, Dean, extracts free,

611.
for, 638.

Woots, meaning of, 329.
Irings, property of genius, 636. WORCESTER, MARQUIS OF, his

Young, The Poet, remarks on
Winsley Dale, story of, 426. reply to the Maior of Bala Yslakte, La Ardilla y d*

his poetry, 346.
Il'inter, Southey's view of, 193; relative to the King and the
evening, eclogue on, 194; Parliament, 414.

ballo, and translation, 269.
Keswick on, 538.

Words, abuse of, 701.
Wish, A threefold, 645.
Workington, paintings on the

Z.
Wit, not such unless it consist altar-piece, 531.

Zemzem, well of, 112.
with wisdom, 641, 647. World,

so whirled,” deriva- ZIMMERMAN, Dr. his opinia
Witchcraft, extracts relative tion of! 431.

about the sensibility of a
to, 589, 412, 424, 450; hor | Wormhood, was formerly as a man's nose, 557.
rid persecution at Arras for, flea-fuge, 290 ; infused with ZinZENDORF, CARDINAL, beth-
712; something concerning, beer, “an oxeye of worm. ed his legs in pig's blood as
715.
hood," 425.

a remedy for the gout, 556.
Wither, George, remarks Worship, indispensable, Aris. | Zisca, stratagem, of, 142,
on. Southey's wish to edite totle's remark, 703.

ZuingER, THEODORE, of Basil.
a collected edition of his Wounds, gun-shot, Arab cure never took a fee except from
Poems, 292; extracts, 635, for, 231.

the rich, racy saying of, 55).
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