UT AGERING Disputants exposed, N. 145.
W White (Moll.) a notorious Witch, N. 117.
Widow (the) her Manner of captivating Sir Roger de Codi
verley, N. 113. Her Behaviour at the Tryal of her
Cause, ibid. Her Artifices and Beauty, ibid. Too
desperate a Scholar for a Country Gentleman, ibid,
Her Reception of Sir Roger, ibid. whom she helped to
some Tanzy in the Eye of all the Country, ibid. She
has been the Death of several Foxes, 115. Sir Roger's
Opinion of her that she either designs to inarry, or
she does not, 118.
William and Betty, a short Account of their Amours,
N. 118. .
Wimble (Will.) his Letter to Sir Roger de Coverley, N. 108.
His Character, ibid. His Conversation with the Spe-
ctator, ibid. a Man of Ceremony, 119. thinks the Spe-
ctator a Fanatick, 126, and fears he has killed a Man,
Wine not proper to be drunk by every one that can
• swallow, N. 140.
Women, the English excel all other Nations in Beauty,
N. 81. Signs of their Improvement under the Spe-
tactor's Hand, 92. The real Commendation of a Wo-
man, what, 104 and 95. Their Pains in all Ages to
adorn the Qutside of their Heads, 98. More gay in
their Nacure than Men, 128. Not pleased with Mo-
desty in Men, 154. Their Ambition, 156. ;
Woman's Man described, N. 156. His necessary Qua:
World, the present, a Nursery for the next, N. 11,