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Fame) love of i. 142. pleasure we have in moFashion) its influence ac
tion and force i. 190. counted for i. 48. Fashion of curiosity. i. 199. of is in a continual flux i. wonder i. 200.- of sur153.
prise i. 201. of the prinFear) explained i. 57. &c. ciple that prompts us to
rises often to its utmost perfectevery worki. 219. pitch in an instant i. 88.
of the pleasure or pain is infections i.
that results from the dife Feeling) its different figni ferent circumstances of a fications ii. 370.
train of perceptions i. Fiction) emotions raised by: 237. &c. of congruity fi&tion i. 62. &.c.
and propriety i. 258. &C.. Figure) beauty of i. 148. of dignity and meanness
Definition of a regular i.. 267. & c..habit i. 3.11. figure ii. 376.
&c. of the external signs Figures) fome passions fa of passion and emotion i.. vourable to figurative ex
324: 330. &c. why ar.. pression ii. 374. Figures riculate sounds singly ach. 20. ii. 174. Figure greeable are always a-of speech ii. 185. 213. greeable in conjunction
ii. 7. of the pleasure.we: Final cause of our sense of
have in language ii. 271.. order and connection i. of our relish for various. 25. of the sympathetic proportions in quantity emotion of virtue i. 45. ii. 344, of our conviction. of the instinctive passion of a common standard of fear i. 57. 58. of the in every species of beings instinctive passion of an ii. 361. of uniformity: ger i. 62. of ideal pre of taste in the fine arts. fence i. 73. of the power ii. 361. 362. why the that fiction has on the sense of a right and a mind i.
in the fine arts.is: and passions i. 133. &c. less clear and authorita.. of regularity, uniformity, tive than the sense of, a order, and fimplicity i. right and a wrong in ac: 149. 150. of proportion
tions ii. 364.. 1.
149 of beauty i. 156.. Fine arts) defined i. 4. So why certain objects are
10. a subject of reasonneither pleasant nor paina ing i. 5. Their emotions. fud i. 162. 185 of the ought to be contrasted.in
fucceffion i. 223. con-
fion i. 225. A garder
A garden in a
gay and splendid i. 225
321. What emotions
323. Its emotions com-
in the fine arts ii. 366. chitecture ii. 322. Sim-
governing taste ii. 325.-
garden consilts ii. 327
that resembles it i. 131. ty to be studied in it ij.
Note. Grandeur in gar-
be rejected ii. 329. Dif-
displease ii. 330. The
effect of giving play to
they ought to be ii. 333. Gardening inspires bene-
refpect to dignity and tributes to rectitude of
manners ii. 354.
the Greeks i. 188. be such a thing ii. 373..
manner in gardening i. General terms) ought to
A small 265.
Generic habit) defined i. Gratitude) exerted upon
the children of the bene..
the different passions i. nity and meanness
i. 114. occasions a false
dignity than courage or is infectious i. 132. when ?
immoderate is filent i..
Grois pleasure i. 82.
dation of submission to Habit) ch. 14. i. 296. dif..
government i. 141. tinguished from custom
ftrict regularity i. 153. Harmony) or concord in
lody ii. 77: Note.
fion i. 87
no impression ii. 371.
288. 292. 296.
meters extremely melo-
not always so ii. 77:
fical pauses in an hexa-
in its melody confifts ii.
153, 154. Grandeur in
Hippolytus) of Euripides 227. Idea of memory
be innate ii. 372. Note.
Note. Idea of an object
than of any other object
nation not so pleafant as
and connection i. 21. 379.
Íliad criticised ii. 304.
nection i. 21. His hexa rest even in deep i. 201.
Effect in gardening of
fects pointed out i. 91. Its power of fabricating
images ii. 374.
132. not those that are
Humour in writing dis the fine arts imitate na-
ture except painting and
sculpture ii. 3. The a.
greeablenefs of imitation
ject ii. 271. Diftant and
faint imitations displease
Impression) made on the
organ of sense ii. 371.
Impropriety) in action raises thought till the close mi
Inversion how re-
succeeding a weak, makes 62. Full scope for it in
any impression ii. 13. fectionsi. 132. considera
disagreeable when pro ty and meannessi. 266.
longed i. 218. Note. Iphigenia) of Racine cea-
sured ii. 337. 318. 319.
instrument conceived to Italian tongue) too smooth
nited i. 17. Judgement
greeable i. 93. The
described ii. 36. &c. In ed i. 178. A landscape