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Nature must be helped by Art,
New-invented Liquors, prejudicial to Health,
National Peace endanger'd by drunken Riots,
Nature is content with a little,
National Cruelties of ill Confequence,
Neceffity, is the Mother of Wit,
No Value can be fet upon a virtuous Lady,
Novelty caufes great Errours of Judgment,
Navigation, an excellent Way of trafficking,
Needle-Works, &c. good Employments for Ladies,

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Perfonal Goodness makes a King most popular,
Peace, not Pomp, the Way to Happiness,
Prating most difagreeable in Difcourfe,
Power and Right do not always go together,
Pains to be taken for Food and Raiment,
Promifes move Youth to Virtue,
Praise due to Children that do well,
Progeny of virtuous Parents, happy,
Panegyrick of a virtuous Wife,
Phyfiognomy, &c. all foolish Guess-Work
Philofophick Souls can never be disturb'd,
Plurality of Friends ridiculous,

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Qualifications fit for a King,

Queens Virtuous make their Kings Famous,
Queen's Qualifications defcrib'd,
Queen's glorious Character,

Queen Ann's conjugal Affection remarkable,
Qualities of the Mind, not known by external Form,
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Seraglio's not to be fuffer'd in a Chriftian Country,

Sobriety is requifite in all Profeffions,

Starvlings, the greatest Objects of Compassion,

South-Sea Charity not commendable,

Sickness requires the greatest Comforts,

Sorrow to be banish'd by good Wine,

Self-Murder never to be justified,

Scripture not difaffected to a lawful Government,

Scarcity of good Women remarkable,

Spendthrifts become minumental Beggars,

Single-State of Life full of Dangers,

Slothfulness is the Slavery of the Soul,

South-Sea Cheats deluded the fair Sex,

Servants no Slaves,

South-Sea Dealings have been Chimerical,

Spinning, &c. delightful Offices,

Silk-Worm, an Embleme of the Refurrection,

Sufferers for Confcience-Sake deferve most Relief,

Storms never difturb the virtuous,

Superfluities of all Sorts mightily exploded,

Sumptuary Laws neceffary in a State,

Speech, to be difcreetly govern'd,

Spiritual and fecular Sovereigns, different Perfons,

Self-Intereft perverts all Friendship,

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Summary of all Virtues in Chap. 2. ver. 15. to Timothy, 362

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Temperance is the nobleft Qualification,

Trade failing, a Nation mourns,

Trufting in God never fails of Relief,

Thirft fweetens any Water to the Tafte,

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Thieves, Pirates, &c. pretend to fome Sort of Fustice, 104

True Religion compared to our Saviour's Coat,

Travelling fometimes attended with ill Confequences,

Tithonus, an Embleme of Labour and Long Life,

Three Deftinies, the beft Leffon for Spinfters,

Three Graces, an extraordinary Lecture of Charity,

Table-Talk fhould not be impertinent,

Treafure in Heaven (afe from Thieves of State,

Toleration fhould not be taken, Ell for Inch,

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Vain Dreffing, to be carefully avoided,

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Vices of the Tea-Table, recounted,
Vice is catching by great Examples,
Virtue is an immortal Bleffing,
Vice deferves the blackest Characters,
Uxoriousness, a great Fault,
Variery is a natural Defire,
Vain Curiofities condemn'd,
Univerfal Commerce is very advifeable,
Virtuous Lovers light up Hero's Lamp again,
Union betwixt Man and Wife, wonderful,
Ulury and Extortion detestable,
Vineyards might be more encourag'd here,
Ufe and Exercife make Perfectneß,
Vigilancy is very profitable,
Virtue deals in no prohibited Goods,
Vefture of a virtuous Lady display'd,
Vanity of Beauty set forth,
Vicious Women Severely reproach'd by a Greek Poet,

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Women should not be deny'd any Learning,
Want of Education intails a Curfe of Vices,
Whoring ruins Families and Eftates,
Whoredom punish'd, both divinely and humanely,
Worthieft Perfons ought to take Place,
Wine drank moderately, of Sovereign Virtue,
Will cannot be compell'd in Point of Oaths,
Wealth, the grand perverter of Justice,
Wedlock, the Seminary of all other Societies,
Work Houses necessary for idle Sluggards,
Woolen Manufactories might be more encourag'd,
Watchfulness required in Houfe-Keeping,
Woman of Industry, a real Cornucopia,
Widow's Mite, the greatest Charity,
Works in Silk, &c. ufed by Ladies of Old,
Way to Honour is thro' the Temple of Virtue,
Wifdom is above all other Bleffings,
Worship of God, the first Duty of all,
What Country-Men are Friends?
Wife worthy of Solomon,

Wisdom's Character in Job apply'd, &c.
Wife King's Character,

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Younger Clergy often marry too soon,

Youth to be feafon'd with Virtue, like new Veffels,

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