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Variety, and more in Souls than Bodies, forasmuch as they are of a more supple Substance, and more susceptible of Forms) I find it much more rare to see our Humours and Designs agree : And there never were, in the World, two Opinions any more alike, than two Hairs, or two Grains : Their most universal Quality is Diversity.

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Abydean's raj Death
Accidents more intolerable than Death

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Actions, good, to be judged of by the Intention

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external, no fure Index of the Mind
animate Words

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Admire nothing

342 Adoration

247 of one God made Man

337 Advocates

326 Ægineta's Thumbs cut off by the Athenians

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Æmilianus Scipio's Character

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Æfculapius ftruck with Thunder
Æsop's Fables and Mythology

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Affection of Parents towards their Children

68, 70, &c.
natural, of Mothers very
weak

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adulterate

ib. of Wives, towards their Husbands, till they have lost them 554 loyal and vehement, of a Wife towards ber Husband

555 Affinities of the Sun with the Divinity

249 Age fit for Marriage

76 Ages of the World

334 Agefilaus canonized by the Tracians

273 muleted by the Ephori, for insinuating himself into the Hearts of the People

531 Agis, King of Sparta's Answer to an Ambassador from Abdera

160 Agrigentines Regard to their favourite Animals

136 Inconftancy

4 Agrippian's living without offensive Arms

395 Albucella's Suicide

383 Alcibiades

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Alcibiades's Character
Alcimus's Armour

99 Alexander's Valour defective

8 Sacrifice to Thetis

259 excellent above all the other Kings and Emperor's 566 to 569 Actions that may fall under Censure

567 Alexander the Tyrant, of Pheres, why he would not see Tragedies 490 Alexia, tuo extraordinary Events at the Siege of it

549 Almanacks Lyars

446 Alva, Duke, compared to the Constable of Montmorency

453 Amadis des Gaules defpiled Ambition, its Power

9 more untameable than Love

535 Daughter to Presumption

432 the only Ruin of Cæsar's Actions

540 of Cæfar full of Mischiefs

569 Ambraciota's Suicide out of Impatience to enjoy the Life to come

40 Ameftris, Wife of Xerxes, cruelly pious

259 Amiot's Language commended

43. Anaxagoras, the first Philosopher who owned an infinite Creator 249 Anaxarchus pounded in a Stone Mortar. Ancients good Fellows

* 15 used to go open breafted

163 Andrew, St's Cross

335 Androdus of Dacia's grateful Treatment by a Lion.

193 Anger, indiscreet, of Parents

516 transports Men from their Judgment

517, 518 is pleased with, and flatters itself

520 is incorporated by concealing it

522 how it ought to be managed in Families

523 arms Valour

525 Anguian, M. de, makes two Attempts on his awn Life

31 Animals Free Agents

167 taken Care of by Men

170 stronger than Men

171 capable of Discipline

173 more temperate than Mankind

183, 185 choice in their Amours

184 Society

195 Senses operated differently from those of Man

369 Anti-Cato's of Cæsar

537 Antinous's Advice, to the Besieged in Paffaro, to kill themselves

32 Antiochus Popped in his Conquests by a Letter from the Roman Senate 434 Antipater's Menace of the Lacedæmonians

24 Antifthenes's Answer to the Question, What was the best Thing ta learn? 1.26 Antoninus, Marcus's Treatise

16 Ants Conference

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Apollo, the Priests of his Temple Cock-Bawds

275 Apollodorus's Dream Appearances, contrary, maintained in all Subjoets

352 Appearances

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Åppearances of Senses thought to be false

Page 374 in human Things

375 Appetite contemns what it has in Polesion Appetites springing from Love the most violent, why

533 residing in the Soul uncapable of Society

534 Appion's Character

192 Apprehenfion, quick, of Danger

124 Approbation, public, desirable

412 Arcesilaus, what hastened his End

19 Arcesilaus's Answer to a Reproach that his Scholars left his for Epicurus's School

118

212 Archer refusing to try his Art to save his Life

439 Archias, Tyrant, of Thebes, killed by e Plot, for delaying to open a Letter 45 Archytas, Moderation of bis Paffion

520 Ariolto not to be compared to Virgil

104 when born

216 Aristippus's Opinions in Favour of Pleasure and Riches

126 acceptance of the perfumd Robe from Plato

347 Aristippus, why he suffered Dionyfius the 'yrant to spit in his Face ibid. Aristippus's Answer to Diogenes, who reproached him for not being content to live upon Cabbage rather than follow the Court

ibid. Gain by Philofophy

437 Aristotle's filly Compliment on Man Principles

237, 292; 331 Opinion about the Principle of natural Things Contempt of Slander

492 Armies, monstrous, of no great Effeet

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94, 98 of the French

95 despised

95, 96 of the French more burdensome than defenfiut

ibid. of the Medes

96 of the Roman Infantry, and their military Discipline

97 very heavy

98 Arns, natural, of Men Arrests of Parliament

241 Arria's Suicide to encourage her Husband's

556 Art, liberal, despised

239 Artaxerxes, how he mollified the Rigor of fome Persian Larus

132 Arts taught to Men by other Animals

174 Aruntius Lucius's Suicide

35 Afaffins think they.merit Heaven

513 Altapa, in Spain, the rash Death of the Citizens

39 Ataraxy of the Pyrrhonians

231, 342 Atheism, what it is

147, 148 Atheists reduced to acknowledge the Divine Power by Force or by Reason" ibid.

335 its Air and Situation Atoms of the Epicureans, what

295 Attalus made Pausanias drunk

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179 186

275 479

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Augury the most certain Way of Prediktion

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Auguftus's Inconftancy uncensured by the boldeft Criticks
Temples

273. obscene Epigram

189 Aurat ranked among the best Latin Poets

453. Aurelius Marcus's Book

16 Authors Works, when first burnt by the common Executioner

91 fond of their own Works

96,. &c. 419 modern, that are simply pleasant, merely entertaining Avarice's Power

9 Axiochus, a Dialogue

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18 Bajazet's ripping up a Soldier to be certain of his eating what he had no Right

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Balls, Dancers, and Tumblers
Barbarian Kings Way of binding themselves to each other
Barbels

195
Basia, Epigrams on Kising
Baths particularly ufed by every Nation
and drinking the Water

589, 595 Beasts alter their natural Affection

90 revered for Gods

135 intitled to fome Regard from Men

136, 137 impart their Thoughts to one another

158
free Choice and Inclination to Work

160, 161
have a Language
subtle Way of thinking

171
Knowledge and Prudence in curing their Diseases

ibid. Justice in serving their Benefactors

183
Inclinations have an Analog y with those of Men

184, 187
inclined to Avarice
Friendship more lively than Mens
Faculty of Imagination

199
Faculties more perfeat than Mens

369 Beauties masked, why

392 Beauty of the Body, what it is of the Indians

ibid. among the Mexicans Beauty's Preference

ibid. Beauty a Thing of great Recommendation

424
first Advantage that gave Pre-eminence to Men
and Stature regarded in the Perfons of Princes and Magistrates 426
required in Governor's of Places

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of Stature the only Beauty of Men

ibid. fingular, of Spurina, slashed and disfigured by himself with Wounds and Scars, and why

541 Bedouins

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