INDEX
Acheson, Lady, 233, 257, 281
Acheson, Sir Arthur, 175, 233; residence, 233, 239, 245
Actaeon or the Original of Horn Fair, 99
Acton, Richard, Vice-Provost of Trinity College, Dublin, 8, 14
Ad amicum eruditum Thomam Sheridan, 150
Addison, Joseph, 3, 54, 63, 65, 95, 100, 103, 211, 247
Admirable Recipe, An, 92
Advice to a Painter, 19
Advice to a Parson, 295
Advice to the Grub-street Verse Writers, 215
Aislaby, John, 144
Alderman's (Guide, The, 280, 380
Allen, Lord, 251, 293
Anne, Queen, 145; Poem on Birthday of Her late Majesty, 333
Answer to a Friend's Question, 389
Answer to a New Simile for the Ladies, 280, 296
Answer to Doctor D--/--y's Fable of the Pheasant and the Lark, 251, 259
Answer to On Stealing a Crown, An, 389
Answer to Some Lines on a Very Old Glass at Market Hill, 258
Answer to the Christmas Box for Namby Pamby, 259
Answer to the Rebus, 170, 177
Apollo, or a Problem solved, 296
Apollo Outwitted, 95, 105
Apollo's Edict to the Poets, 99, 175
Apology to Lady Carteret in Ireland, An, 253, 259
Applebee's Original Weekly Journal, 260
Arbuckle, James, 32, 181, 203
Arbuthnot, Dr., 125, 145, 149, 208
Arms of Waterford, On the, 389
Art of Cookery, The, 98, 101
Art of Punning, The, 154, 321
Art of Sinking in Poetry, The, 294
Ashe, Dillon, 11, 15
Ashe, St. George, 11, 14
Ashton, Robert, 179, 333
Athenian Gazette, The, 37
Athenian Oracle, The, 38
Athenian Society, Ode to the, 24, 37
Atlas, or the Minister of State, 130
Auricula, The, 332
Author upon Himself, The, 143, 144
Ay and No, 293, 298
Ballad, An Irish, 116, 305
Ballad by way of Dialogus between a Kite and a Crow on the Quadrille, A New, 292
Ballad, The, or some scurrilous reflections in verse on the Proceedings of the House of Commons, 50
Ballad for Rome, 12
Ballad on the Game of Traffic, 52, 60
Ballad, on unveiling the statue to George I, 166
Ballad, The Catholic, 12, 13
Ballad, The Donore, 332
Ballad to the Tune of Chevy Chase, 18
Ballad to the Tune of the Cutpurse, 52, 61, 105, 156
Ballad. See also Blueskin, Ezcellent, and Molly Mog.
Ballyspellin, Swift at, 241, 257
Bank Thrown Down, The, 164, 323
Barber, John, 268
Barber, Jonathan, 259
Barber, Mrs. Mary, 259, 270

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