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Poft, when to walk on the outside of it,

2,7
Pillory not to be gaz'd upon,

2, 225
Pall-mall celebrated,

2, 256
Pythagoras, his doctrine,

2, 241
Petticoat, its use in bad weather,

2, 304
Pavers, a fignal for coaches to avoid them, 2, 306
Pattens inconvenient in snowy weather, 2, 324
Phaeton, a beau compared to him,

2, 53,5
Periwigs, how stolen off the head,

3, 55
Pick-pocket, his art and misfortunes,

3, 59,
Paint, how to be avoided,

3, 337
Play-house, a caution when you lead a lady out of it,

3, 253
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Scavengers, their duty,
Stage-coaches, an observation upon them,
Shoe cleaning boys, the time of their first appearance,
Shoes, when to provide them,

1, 23
1, 29
Shoes,

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1, 55

2, 35

2, 80

Shoes, what sort improper for walkers,

1, 33
What
proper
for dancers,

1; 30
What most proper for walkers,
Surtout Kersey, its description,
Shower, a man in one described,

I, 194
Shins, what they betoken when scorch'd,

1, 137
Signs creaking, what they betoken,

!, 157
Superstition to be avoided,

1, 175
Swithin, St, his festival,

1, 183
Smallcoal-man, by whom to be avoided,
Summer, foreign to the author's design, 2, 315
Signs, the use of them,

2, 67
Seven dials of St.Giles's parish described,
Stockings, how to prevent their being spatter'd, 2, 91
Streets, narrow ones to be avoided,

2, 247
Snowy weather,

2, 320
Shoes, how to free them from snow,

2, 325
Snow-balls, coachmen pelted with them,

2, 329
Schoolboys, mischievous in frosty weather,
Sempstress, the description of her in a frosty morning,

2, 337
Saturday, by what observations to know it,

2, 422
Spring, the cries then in use,

2, 428
Streets, formerly noblemens houses,

2, 492
Sempstress, advice to her,

2, 341
Swords, silver, lure thieves,

3, 53
Street, how to cross it,

3, 165
Scylla and Charybdis,
Street, where to cross it by night,

3, 185
Shoe-cleaning boy, his birth,

2, 135
His lamentation,

2, 177
His happiness,

2, 145
-Without father or mother,
Scowrers, a set of rakes,

3, 325
Snow-kills

3, 330
T Trivias

2, 331

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3, 183

2, 181

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Trivia, the Goddess of streets and highways, invok'd,

1, 5 Trade, prejudicial to walkers,

2, 25 Tradesmen, in what to be trusted,

2, 71 Theseus in the labyrinth of Crete,

2, 83 Thames-street,

2, 244 Trades offensive to the smell,

2, 246 Tea-drinkers, a neceffary caution to them,

2, 296 Thames, coaches driven over it,

2, 365 Thaw, the description of one,

2, 400 Thursday, by what observations to know it,

2, 408 Titian,

2, 486 Trivia invok'd as Cynthia,

3, 1 Turn-ftiles,

3, 107 Tragedies, their fate,

3, 414

U

Umbrella, its use,

1, 211 Vulcan, in love with a milk.maid,

1, 241 -Advice to him,

1, 245 Venice, the streets of it,

1, 97 Vaults, an observation upon them,

1, 172 Vulcan metamorphos'd to a country farrier,

1, 253 - The inventor of hobnails and sparables, I, 263 -The inventor of pattens,

1, 275 Upholder, where he frequents,

2, 470

W

1, 2

Winter, the beginning of it described,
Weather, signs of cold,
-Signs of fair,

1, 133

1, 143 Weather,

2, 59

Weather, figns of rainy,

1, 15T Witney, broad cloth proper for horsemen, 1, 41 Wig compar'd to Aletto's snakes,

1, 202 -To Glaucus's beard,

1, 205 -What to be worn in a milt,

1, 125 Waterman judicious in the weather,

1, 163 Winds whistling, what they foretel,

1, 169 Wall, to whom to be given,

2, 45 -To whom to be deny'd, Way of whom to be enquired,

2, 65 Watling-street,

2, 247 Walkers inadvertent, to what misfortunes liable, 2, 285 Wits, a caution to them,

2, 296 Walker distress’d by a foot-ball,

2, 347 Waterman, his dominion invaded,

2, 361 Wednesday, how to know it,

2, 416. Walkers, their happiness,

2, 502 -Free from diseases,

2, 506 Water, the danger of being upon it,

2, 515 Walking advantageous to learning,

2, 551 Women, the ill consequence of gazing on them, 3, 101 Wheel-barrows, how they prejudice walkers, 3, 107 Whore, how to know one,

3, 267 Watchmen, the method of treating with them, 3, 307 -Their signal to their fellows,

3, 311 What to do if taken by them,

3, 313 Wall, when to keep it,

3, 205 Whores, the streets where they ply,

3, 259 Y

Yeoman, a dreadful story of one,

3, 285

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