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Language) power of lan- (Law) defined i. 260.
guage to raise emotions. Laws of human nature)
necessary fucceflion of
33. 133. An object loses
86. Paflios sudden in
cine censured i. 354.
it principle founded i. 221.
mate ii. 341.
monly affection ihan
ver absence appears long
is filent i. 373.
sured ii. 317.
sured ii. 279.
respect to dignity and Marvellous) in epic poetry
of time i. 121. Coc. of
Medea) of Euripides cen-
nor painful i, 162. Melody) or modulation de-
introduced into an epic a fine effect placed in an
increasing series ii. 13.
i. 17. Memory and wit
mory ii. 371.
excluded from an epic its double plot well con-
trived ii. 298.
142. Conformity of the are longer in a barren:
try i. 126.
betwixt the pauses of the
130. the beauty of Mil
Moderation) in our desires
rized i. 270.
Metre ii. 92.
contributes the most to Music) vocal distinguished
from inftrumental i. 99.
poor figure in an epic vocal music i. 100. &c.
Music betwixt the acts
that may be drawn from
cannot raise a passion, it
bitrary as to quantity ii. rious passions ii. 316.
Musical instruments) their
mind i. 169.
true standard ii. 364. ii. 96.
Narration) it animates a
ings that resemble it i. things paft as present i.
Narration and de-
ed appearance of objects,
pleasant emotion i. 193.
&c. diftinguished from
variety i. 197. its differ-
ent degrees i. 197. &c.
ed i. 34. An agreeable
332. fant emotion, and a dif-
ful emotion i. 134. ata
body i. 190.
tractive object i. 135. re- Organ of sense i. 1. pulfive object i. 135. Ob- Organic pleasure i. 1. 2. 3. jects of light the most Orlando Furioso) censured complex i. 145. Objects that are neither pleasant Ornament) redundant orpor painful i. 185. 162. naments ought to be a186. Objects of external voided ii. 246. Ornasense in what place they ments in architecture ii. are perceived ii. 368. 350. Allegorical or emObje&ts of internal fenfe blematic ornaments ii. ii. 369. Alll objects of 353. fight are complex ii. Othollo censured ii. 276. 383. Objects simple and Pæon ii. 140. complex ii. 384. 'Object Pain) ceffation of pain exdefined ii. 387.
tremely pleasant i. 41. Old Batchelor) cenfured ii. Pain leffens by custom i. 305.
309. ii. 357. Some pains Opera) censured i. 252. felt internally fome exOpinion) influenced by pal ternally ii. 375 fion i. 111. &c. ii. 175. Painful emotions and pallje influenced by propensity ons i. &c. 76. 1. 120. influenced by af- Painting) in grotesquepaintfection i. 120. why dis ing the figures ought to fering from me in opini be small, in historical on is disagreeable ii
. 359. painting as great as the Opinion defined ii. 381. life i. 166. Grandeur of Oration) pro Arcbia poeta manner in painting i.175. censured ii. 60.
Painting is an imitation
of nature ii. 3. In histoOrder) i. 17. &c. ii. 378. Ty-painting the principal pleasure we have in order
figure ought to be in the i. 19. necessary in all best light ji. 266. A compositions i. 21. Sense
good picture agreeable, of order has an influence though the fubject be upon our passions i. 53. disagreeable ij. 271. Obwhen a list of many par
jects that strike terror ticulars is brought into a have a fine effect in paintperiod, in what order ing ii. 273. Objects of fhould they be placed ? horror ought not to be ii. 55. Order in ftating represented ii. 274. What
emotions can be raised
Orchard ii. 334.
facts ii. 304.
by painting ii. 323.
ceases upon attaining its Panic i. 132.
ultimate end i. 89. CoParallelogram) its beauty i. existent passions i. 9o 190.
&c. Passions similar and Parody) defined i. 277.
dissimilar i. 102. Fluc
tuation of passion i. 106. Particles ii. 105. not capa
&c. Its influence upon ble of an accenc ii. 106. our opinions and belief 112.
i. 122. &C.110.213.214. Passion) no pleafure of ex Its influence upon our
ternal sense denominated perceptions i. 129. 130. a passion except of seeing Prone to its gratification and hearing i. 25. Palli i. 143. has an influence on distinguished from e even upon our eye-light motion i. .31. 32. 33.
i. 216. 217. Passions rankPassions distinguished in ed according to their digto instinctive and delibe nity i. 265. No disagreerative i. 35. 57. &c. able passion is attended What are selfish, what with dignity i. 266. Sosocial i. 36. What dis cial passions of greater sociali.
Pallion foun dignity tban felfish i. ded on relations i. 45. 268. External signs of &c. A paffion paves the passion ch. 15: i. 317. way to others in the same Passion generally fluctu
Passions ates, swelling and sub. sidered as pleasant or Alding by turns i. 346. painful, agreeable or dis Language of passion ch. agreeable i. 76. &c. as 17. 1. 371. &c. A pafrefined or gross i. 82. fion when immoderate is Their interrupted exift silent i. 371. Language ence i. 83. &c. Their of passion broken and ingrowth and decay i. 83. terrupted i. 373. What &c. The identity of a passions admit figurative passion i. 84. The bulk expression i. 374. Lanof our passions are the
guage proper for impeaffections of love or ha tuous passion i. 375. for ired inflamed into a pal melancholy i. 375. for fion i. 87. Paffions swell calm emotions i. 375. for by opposition i. 88. A
turbulent paffion. i. 376. passion sudden in growth
Passions expanded upon is sudden in decay i. 88. related objects i. 45. c.