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Lutrin) censured for incongruity i. 268. characterised i. 291.
does well in a burlesque poem i. 87.
i. 154. Conforniity of the nature of man to his external circum-
blunt manners i. 350. note. Modern manners make a poor figure
in an epic poem ii. 301.
ity ii. 355. note.
In English heroic verse are four different sorts of mel.
and even to that of hexameter ii. 130.
ii. 13, 14,
and wit often united i. 29. greater with respe&t to perceptions
country i. 139.
tion is the want of coincidence betwixt the pauses of the sense
from its true standard ii, 389.
productive of feelings that resemble it i. 144. Its laws agreeable
it i, 190.
ple i. 46. note,
57. Music disposes the heart to various paffions ii, 331, refined
may be drawn from it ii. 331. It refines our nature i. 50,51.
i. 83. Narration and description, ch. 21. It animates a narra.
tive to make it dramatic it. 277, 278. 292, 293.
unexpected appearance of objects, ch. 6. Novelty a pleasant
ficular 1. 43. An agreeable object produceth a pleasant emotion,
413. Objets fimple and complex ii. 412, 413.
pensity i. 133. influenced by affection i. 134. Why differing from
essary in all compositions i. 32. Sense of order has an influence
to a period, in what order should they be placed ? ii. 59, &c. Or.
der in ftating facts ii. 390.
dant ornaments ought to be avoided ii. 256. Ornaments distin.
and involuntary i. 93, 94. Different effects of pain upon the
by custom i. 328. Pain of want i. 329.
to engage our beliefi. 85. What degree of variety is requisite
raised by painting ii. 339.
of seeing and hearing i. 36. Paffion distinguished from emotion
passion founded on an original propensity endures for life 1. 109,
232. ii. 180. 202. 204. 211, &c. Paffions attractive and repal.
cent have a mutual influence ii. 122.
plex ii, 397.
an increasing series ii. 13. In the periods of a discourse variety
and folemn ii. 64. A discourse ought not to commence
rangement ii. 43.
Pilaster) less beautiful than a column ii.
yet always agreeable i. 92. resembles its cause i. 146. What are
the proper objects for raising pity ii. 296, &c.
parisons that resolve into a play of words ii. 218, &e.
ant than the selfish i. 93. Pleasant pain explained i: 105:
the otller senses i. 9, &c. pleasure of order i. 25. of connectioni.
cumstancesj. 249, &c. Corporeal pleafure low; and, fonetimes
ternally ii. 404?
is proper i. 256. Objects that strike terror bave a fine effect in
moft fuccefstal in describing objects of fight ii. 403.
in the construction of English verse ii. 99. 119.
201, 273. His Nyle compared with that of Swift ii. 278.
ridicule the blunders and absurdities of others i. 274. a plenfant,
ness i. 283. Its external expressions or figns disagreeable i. 345.
ondary relations i. 267. notes
ervation i. 70. of felbfhness i. 149. of benevolencei. 149, &c. of