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SACHEVERELL, H. extract from Sermon by, ii, 131.
Salisbury, Countess, impregnable virtue of, i. 110.
Sanctuary, custom of taking, i. 154.
Sanderson's History of Charles I. ii. 175.
Saunders, R. a promoter of superstition, ii. 268.
Saxons, invasions of England by, i. 38.
various customs of, i. 39.
servitude amongst, i, 41.
councils of, i. 43.
acts of, in opposition to Christianity, ii. 11.
their ideas of religion, and their idols, ii, 14.
Anglo, dress of, ii. 985.
Schools, methodist, established, ii. 191.
Scolding, punishment for, i. 353.
Scrophula, cure of, by Edward L. i. 86.
cured by a Sermon, i. 87.
Scot, Reginald, antidotes of to superstition, ü. 251.
Scots, early incursions of, i. 38.
and English, affray between, 1642, i. 269.
Scripture, instances of constant reference to, ii, 48,
Secker, extract from Sermon by, ii. 136.
Separatists, the, described, ii. 37.
Sermons, little attended to teinp. Henry VIII, i. 190.
extravagant length of temp. Interregnum, ii. 44.
extracts from various, ii. 100. Servants, maid, qualifications of 1679, i. 343.
-- intelligence office for, i. 344.
Shakspeare, 2d edit, of his Plays described, iii. 150.
Sharpers, various descriptions of, detailed, 'i. 326.
Sheffield, Duke of Buckingham, Works of, iii. 194.
Sheriffs, origin of, i. 48.
Shirt, antiquity of the, ii. 286.
Shoes, account of antient, and forked, ii, 286, 316.
Shopkeeper of 1684 described, i. 364.
Shore, Jane, account of, i. 151.
Sinners, old and new men, account of, ii. 40.
Sion College, present of Quaker book of sufferings to, ii. 150.
Smith, ordinary of Newgate, elegy on, i. 402.
Smithers, Jane, swindling tricks of, i. 396.
Snow, J. honest act of, i. 306.
Society, origin of, i. 1.
classes of, in England, iii. 228.
Spencer, Sir H. fatal friendship of Edward II. for, i. $9.
Bishop of Norwich, crusade of, ii. 232.
Spirits (kidnappers) proclamation against, i. 370.
Sports, Book of, account of, iii. 29.
Stafford, noble conduct of the Earl of, i. 96.
Stage, immorality of, censured by Cibber, iii. 99.
sketch of the history of, iii, 60.
Stays, lacing of tight, censured, ii. 322.
Stephen, King, romantic act of, as a knight, i. 50.
character of, i. 72..
Stews, the, abolished by Henry VIII. i. 173, 182.
Stranger, origin of the term, i. 73.
Summer excursions, i. 227.
Sunday, act for due observance of, 29 Charles II. i. 233.
Superstition, general history of, ii. 216.
Surnames, origin of, i. 40.
Suttleties, account of, i. 137.
Swearing, antiquity of that vice, i. 141.
1627, i, 232.
act of James I. against, and Charles I. ibipl.
forbade by Sir C. Wren, &c. at the building of St. Paul's, i. 392.
TAYLOR, Dr. and Sir R. Doyle, charity of, i. 204.
the water poet, Works of described, iii. 146,
Templer, J. extract from Sermon by, ii. 123.
Tennis, violent exercise of, iii. 20.
Terms, law, origin of, i. 62.
Testament, the New, presented by Latimer to Henry VIH.
Thames, antient amusement on, iri. 8.
Theatre, duel upon the stage of the Duke's, iii, 43,
Theatres, abhorred by Quakers, ii. 156. -
suppressed by Queen Elizabeth, iï. 68.
Theology, study of, prevalent temp. Charles I. ii. 38.
Theophila, or Troies sacrifice, described, iii. 169.
Thomas, W. speech of, in Parliament against the Church Go-
vernment, ii. 52.
Tillingham's Elijah's Mantle, extract from, ii. 128.
Title-page, specimen of an antient, iii. 120.
Tobacco, enmity of James I. towards, i. 215.
-- extracts from his Counter Blast, ibid.
Burton's reprobation of, i. 277.
Toleration act, effects of, ii. 34.
Tournament, the, described, iii. 9.
Town gallant, the, described, i. 311.
Traveller, picture of the, temp. James I. i. 220.
Troja Britannica described, iii. 133.
Truth, not invariably spoken temp. James I. i. 223.
Tyler, Walter, the insurrection of, i. 113.
Tyranny of Henry VIII. i. 171.
Tythes, aversion of Quakers to, ii. 152.
USES, New Christian, extracts from, i. 253.
VALENTINES, origin of the custom of chusing, i. 37.
Vassalage, decline of, i. 170.
Venn, John, inhumanity of, 1643, i. 265.
Verdingale, the, described, ii. 315.
Versailles, model of, exhibited, iii. 51.
Vice, proclamation of William III. against, i, 383,
Villans, nature of their state, .i. 177.
Visitations, Quaker, ii. 158.
Visit, royal, to the City, 1689, i. 387.
Visiting, very prevalent temp. James I. i. 224.
Vulgar, the proneness of, to superstition, ii. 224.
Wells, J. extract from Sermon by, ii. 127.
Welsh Mercury, extract from the, i. 264.
Wesley, John, anecdotes of, ii, 179.
extracts from his Journal, ii. 195.
Wharton, Miss, an heiress, forced from her parents, i. 376
Wheat, how preserved in early ages, i. 13.
Whetstone Park, a licentious place of resort, i. 318.
White, Mr. persecuted by the devil, ii. 266.
Whitefield, G. extract from Sermon by, ii. 135.
account of, ii, 202.
extracts from Journal of, ii. 206..
Wickliffe, account of him, ii 19.
Wigs, extravagant size of, ii. 327.
dialogue concerning, ii. 338.
William of Normandy, invasion of England by, i, 53.
character of, i. 63.
Rufus, character of, ibid.
of Malmesbury's character of the English, i. SO.
Wilson's History of Great Britain, iii. 174.
Wit, instance of practical, i. 204.
Witches described, ii. 252.
singular method of destroying, ii. 274.
Witnesses to deeds, an early custom, i. 50.
Wolsey, Cardinal, pride of, and further particulars, i. 158-170.
superstition of, ii. 238.
Women, too frequently tiplers 1657, i. 288.
Wrestling before Charles II. jü. 34.