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CENOX LIBRARA NEW YORK

By Dr ARBUTANOT and Mr Pope.

Martinus Scriblerus περι βαθους : or, Of the art of

finking in poetry.

Chap. I. The Introduction

60

Chap. II. That the bathos, or profund, is the natural taste of

man, and in particular of the present age

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Chap. I. The cccasion of the law-suit:

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Chap. II. How Bull and Frog grew jealous, that the Lord Strutt

intended to give all his custom to his grandfather Lewis

Baboon

180

ó Chap. III. A copy of Bull and Frog's letter to Lord Strutt 181

Chap. IV. How Bull and Frog went to law with Lord Strutt a-

bout the premisses, and were joined by the rest of the trades-

182

Chap. V. The true characters of John Bull, Nic. Frog, and

Hocus

184

Chap. VI. Of the various success of the law-suit

Chap. VII. How John Bull was so mightily pleased with his suc-

cess, that he was going to leave off his trade, and turn law-

yer

186

Chap. VIII. How John discovered, that Hocus had an intrigue

with his wife, and what followed thereupon

188

Chap. IX. How some quacks undertook to cure Mrs Bull of her

ulcer

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Chap. X. Of John Bull's second wife, and the good advice that

the gave him

191.

Chap. XI. How John looked over his attorney's bill

193

Chap. XII. How John grew angry, and resolved to accept a

composition ; and what methods were practised by the lawyers

for keeping him from it

194

Chap. XIII, Mrs Bull's vindication of the indispensable duty

of cuckoldom, incumbent upon wives in case of the tyranny,

infidelity, or insufficiency of husbands : being a full answer

to the Doctor's fermon against adultery

196.

Chap. XIV. The two great parties of wives, the Devoto's and

the Hitts

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Chap. XV. An account of the conference between Mrs Bull and

Don Diego

Chap. XVI. How the guardians of the deceased Mrs Bull's

three daughters came to John, and what advice they gave him ;

wherein are briefly treated the characters of the three daugh-

ters; also John Bull's answer to the three guardians

207

Chap. XVII. Esquire South's message and letter to Mrs Bull

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Chap. III. Jack's charms, or the method by which he gained

Peg's heart

219

Chap. IV. How the relations reconciled John and his fifter Peg,

and what return Peg made to John's message

Chap. V. Of some quarrels that happened after Peg was taken

into the family

225

Chap. VI. The conversation between John Bull and his wife 227

Chap. VII. Of the hard shifts Mrs Bull was put to, to preserve

the manor of Bullock's hatch ; with Sir Roger's method to

keep off importunate duns

232

Chap. VIII. A continuation of the conversation betwixt John

Bull and his wife

234

Chap. IX. A copy of Nic. Frog's letter to John Bull

240

Chap. X. Of some extraordinary things that passed at the Salu-

tation tavern, in the conference between 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

noofe

253

Chap. XIV. The conference between Don Diego and John Bull 256

Chap. XV. The sequel of the meeting at the Salutation 258

Chap. XVI. How John Bull and Nic. Frog fettled 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'; wherein he endea-

vours to vindicate all his conduct, with relation to John Bull

and the law-fuit

272

Chap. XX. The discourse that paffed between Nic Frog and

Esquire South, which John Bill overheard

274

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

Ecclesdown-castle

277

Chap. XXII. Of the great joy that John expreffed when he got

poffeffion of Ecclesdown.

280

Postscript

282

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