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Sunday-schools promote the sale of books
Small profits and industry the real causes of the author's
prosperity

255
Scarcity of valuable books in various parts of Great
Britain; London the grand emporium

269
Symmon's Barrow, near Wellington, brought by the
devil in his leathern apron

299
Stonehenge visited by our hero

306
Salisbury, a young woman there sold herself to the
devil, an odd story

146
Swift's very curious verses, or his dream

166
Selden, a quotation from him on booksellers

213
Terrible instance of a real guilty conscience, attended
with suicide

59
Taylor, a, strips to his shirt, and takes off his wig to
preach

163
Theatrical entertainments much attended by our hero.. 235
Tinley, Mr, an extraordinary character

237
Travels of our hero in the north

267
Travels of our hero to the west of England, in 1791 290
Turton, Miss Dorcas, her family character ; is married
to our hero

150
Thanksgiving note for being made perfect

161
Turpin (John) a Methodist preacher, tried at Exeter,
and found guilty of stealing a horse, sent to Botany

191
Tooke's anecdotes of Mr Wesley

196
Trifling circumstances produce great events

239
Tradesmen, remarks on their getting fortunes, and

country seats, yet are unable to support existence.. 257
Tickets of admission to classes, bands, &c.

76
Wiredrawer sold when drunk to L -m as a dead
subject

48
Watch nights, account of

72
Whitefield advised his people to attend Shuter's benefit 92
a very droll story of.......

108
Women, when converted, refuse to sleep with their hus-
bands

140
Woman deprived of her senses by a Methodist, and her
servant killed by fasting...

188
Wages of Methodist preachers
Wesley's death, funeral, &c..

177

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Bay

193

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Wesley's annual income, his disregard of money. 179
“ Primitive Physic” dangerous...

180
ruled despotically ...

183
decease very injurious to Methodism

ib.
character by an Old Member, an epicure, a deist 199
extraordinary letter to a friend.

204
amorous letter to a young lady...

206
Woman visited her husband's tomb every day for two
years, expecting him to rise

185
Women, panegyric on; more handsome women in Scot-

land among the higher classes than elsewhere...... 286
Women's extraordinary delicate mode of washing linen
in Scotland

287
Wolstonecraft, Miss, a quotation from

247
Women, the reason why they are despised in eastern
nations

248
Wellington, our hero's reception there in 1791

292
Watering-places, remarks on.

300
excellent academies for servants. 304
, ways of spending time at

303
Weymouth visited by our author

305
Why tradesmen on the Continent are all rascals. 294
Xeno found consolation, and turned philosopher at a
bookseller's shop.

245
Young's Night Thoughts preferred to a Christmas dinner 129
Young lady converted and debauched by a Methodist
preacher

147.
Sequel to the Life of JAMES LACKINGTON, containing
extracts from his “ Confessions,” &c...

311

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