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The CONTENT S.

By Dr ARBUTHNOT and Mr POPE.

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Memoirs of the extraordinary life, works, and

discoveries of Martinus Scriblerus.

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Introduction

3 Book. I. Chap. I. Of the parentage and family of

Scriblerus, how he was begot, what care
taken of him before he was born, and what pro-
digies attended his birth

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Chap. II. The speech of Cornelius over his son, at

the hour of his birth
Chap. II. Shewing what befel the Doctor's son

and his field on the day of the christening 14 Chap. IV. Of the suction and nutrition of the great

Scriblerus in his infancy, and of the first radiments
of his learning

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Chap. V. A differtation upon play-things
Chap. VI. Of the gymnastics, in what exercises

Martinus was educated; something concerning

music, and what sort of a man his uncle was 24 Chap. VII. Rhetoric, logic, and metaphysics

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Chap. VIII. Anatomy
Chap. IX. How Martinus became a great critic 42
Chap. X. Of Martinus's uncommon practice of phy-

sic, and how he applied himself to the diseases
of the mind

43 Chap. XI. The case of a young nobleman at court,

with the Doctor's prescription for the same
Chap. XII. How Martinus endeavoured to find out

the seat of the soul, and of his correspondence
with the Free-thinkers

49 Chap. XIII. Of the secession of Martinus, and fome hint of his travels.

54 Vol. VIII.

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Chap. X. Of some extraordinary things that passed

at the Salutation tavern, in the conference be-

tween Bull, Frog Esquire South, and Lewis

Baboon

242

Chap. XI. The apprehending. examination, and

imprisonment of Jack for fufpicion of poisoning 245

Chap. XII. How Jack's friends came to visit him in

prison, and what advice they gave him

250

Chap. XIII, How jack hanged himself up by the

persuasion of his friends, who broke their words,

and left his neck in the noose

253

Chap. XIV. The conference between Don Diego

and John Bull

256

Chap. XV. The fequel of the meeting at the Salu-

tation

Chap. XVI. How John Bull and Nic. Frog settled

their accounts

261

Chap. XVII. How John Bull found all his family

in an uproar at home

266

Chap. XVIII. How Lewis Baboon came to visit

John Bull, and what passed between them 269

Chap. XIX. Nic. Frog's letter to John Bull; where-

in he endeavours to vindicate all his conduct,

with relation to John Bull and the law-fuit

272

Chap. XX. The discourse that passed between Nic.

Frog and Esquire South, which John Bull over-

heard

274

Chap. XXI. The rest of Nic.'s fetches to keep John

out of Eccleídown-castle

277

Chap. XXII. Of the great joy that John expressed

when he got poffeflion of Eccleídown

280

Poftfcript

282

The art of political lying

Reasons offered by the company of upholders, a-

gainst part of the bill for viewing and examining

drugs and medicines

296

The petition of the colliers, cooks, cookmaids,

blacksmiths, &c. against catoptrical victuallers 299

It cannot rain but it pours; or, London Atrowed

with rarities

303

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