The Jest Book The Choicest Anecdotes and Sayings
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The Jest Book The Choicest Anecdotes and Sayings

By Mark Lemon
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  • The Jest Book
  • The Jest Book
    • THE CHOICEST ANECDOTES AND SAYINGS
    • MARK LEMON
    • PREFACE.
    • THE JEST BOOK.
      • I.—THE RISING SON.
        • II.—SOMETHING FOR DR. DARWIN.
        • III.—A BAD EXAMPLE.
        • IV.—A CONFIRMED INVALID.
        • V.—COMPARISONS ARE ODIOUS.
        • VI.—AN INSCRIPTION ON INSCRIPTIONS.
        • VII.—NO HARM DONE.
        • VIII.—BEARDING A BARBER.
        • IX.—CHANGING HIS COAT.
        • X.—GOOD ADVICE.
        • XI.—NEW RELATIONSHIP.
        • XII.—A SMALL INHERITANCE.
        • XIII.—A DIFFERENCE.
        • XIV.—THE LIGHT SUBJECT.
        • XV.—COMPLIMENTARY.
        • XVI.—A FAIR SUBSTITUTE.
        • XVII.—A CONSTITUTIONAL PUN.
        • XVIII.—A CONVERT.
        • XIX.—INCREDIBLE.
        • XX.—ALL THE DIFFERENCE.
        • XXI.—SPIRITUAL AND SPIRITUOUS.
        • XXII.—A WONDERFUL WOMAN.
        • XXIII.—A WISE SON WHO KNEW HIS OWN FATHER.
        • XXIV.—A WRITTEN CHARACTER.
        • XXV.—WELL MATCHED.
        • XXVI.—A PARDONABLE MISTAKE.
        • XXVII.—THREE CAUSES.
        • XXVIII.—THE CONNOISSEUR.
        • XXIX.—A SYMBOL.
        • XXX.—THE ONE THING WANTING.
        • XXXI.—A HORSE LAUGH.
        • XXXII.—ONE GOOD TURN DESERVES ANOTHER.
        • XXXIII.—A NOVEL COMPLAINT.
        • XXXIV.—A CONJUGAL CAUTION.
        • XXXV.—A PORTRAIT CAPITALLY EXECUTED.
        • XXXVI.—MATTER IN HIS MADNESS.
        • XXXVII.—PLEASANT INVITATION.
        • XXXVIII.—WELL-BRED HORSE.
        • XXXIX.—"ONE FOR HIS NOB."
        • XL.—SOUND AND FURY.
        • XLI.—COME OF AGE.
        • XLII.—A STRIKING NOTICE.
        • XLIII.—UP IN THE WORLD.
        • XLIV.—REVERSE OF CIRCUMSTANCES.
        • XLV.—A DOGGED ANSWER.
        • XLVI.—VISIBLE DARKNESS.
        • XLVII.—HIC-CUPPING.
        • XLVIII.—WORDS THAT BURN.
        • XLIX.—PASSING THE BOTTLE.
        • L.—"JUNIUS" DISCOVERED.
        • LI.—A WEAK WOMAN.
        • LII.—TOO MANY COOKS.
        • LIII.—LOOK IN HIS FACE.
        • LIV.—NOTHING BUT THE "BILL."
        • LV.—AN EXTINGUISHER.
        • LVI.—A BAD SHOT.
        • LVII.—WISE PRECAUTION.
        • LVIII.—A TRUMP CARD.
        • LIX.—MISTAKEN IDENTITY.
        • LX.—ALONE IN HIS GLORY.
        • LXI.—A CAPITAL LETTER.
        • LXII.—A GOOD PARSON.
        • LXIII.—SUBTRACTION AND ADDITION.
        • LXIV.—THE DOCTRINE OF CHANCES.
        • LXV.—A LATE EDITION.
        • LXVI.—VERSES WRITTEN ON A WINDOW IN THE HIGHLANDS OF SCOTLAND.
        • LXVII.—THREE TOUCHSTONES.
        • LXVIII.—A DIALOGUE.
        • LXIX.—BEAR AND VAN.
        • LXX.—EPITAPH FOR SIR JOHN VANBRUGH.
        • LXXI.—PROVING THEIR METAL.
        • LXXII.—A DISTANT PROSPECT.
        • LXXIII.—SOUND SLEEPER.
        • LXXIV.—A CHEAP CURE.
        • LXXV.—EPIGRAM.
        • LXXVI.—A GRAMMATICAL DISTINCTION.
        • LXXVII.—A BANKER'S CHECK.
        • LXXVIII.—A FILLIP FOR HIM.
        • LXXIX.—BLACK OILS.
        • LXXX.—A BAD CROP.
        • LXXXI.—A GRAVE DOCTOR.
        • LXXXII.—WASTE POWDER.
        • LXXXIII.—THE SADDLE ON THE RIGHT HORSE.
        • LXXXIV.—BLACK AND WHITE.
        • LXXXV.—HOME IS HOME.
        • LXXXVI.—A LIGHT STUDY.
        • LXXXVII.—A CLIMAX.
        • LXXXVIII.—SIMPLE DIVISION.
        • LXXXIX.—HERO-PHOBIA.
        • XC.—LYING CONSISTENTLY.
        • XCI.—NOT RIGHT.
        • XCII.—LIGHT-HEADED.
        • XCIII.—"HE LIES LIKE TRUTH."
        • XCIV.—HAND AND GLOVE.
        • XCV.—VAST DOMAIN.
        • XCVI.—MONEY RETURNED.
        • XCVII.—CHEESE AND DESSERT.
        • XCVIII.—VERY POINTED.
        • XCIX.—"THE MIXTURE AS BEFORE."
        • C.—COMPUTATION.
        • CI.—PRIMOGENITURE.
        • CII.—CHECK TO THE KING.
        • CIII.—A FALL IN MITRES.
        • CIV.—FALSE DELICACY.
        • CV.—A BAD HARVEST.
        • CVI.—PROOF IMPRESSION.
        • CVII.—NECK OR NOTHING.
        • CVIII.—ARCADIA.
        • CIX.—QUITE PERFECTION.
        • CX.—THE LATE MR. COLLINS.
        • CXI.—A FAMILY PARTY.
        • CXII.—CALF'S HEAD SURPRISED.
        • CXIII.—POPPING THE QUESTION.
        • CXIV.—SCANDALOUS.
        • CXV.—THE PRINCE OF ORANGE AND JUDGE JEFFERIES.
        • CXVI.—MODEST REQUEST.
        • CXVII.—CAP THIS.
        • CXVIII.—A PRETTY METAPHOR.
        • CXIX.—ON A STONE THROWN AT A VERY GREAT MAN, BUT WHICH MISSED HIM.
        • CXX.—A MAN OF LETTERS.
        • CXXI.—WELSH WIG-GING.
        • CXXII.—A SPRIG OF SHILLALAH.
        • CXXIII.—DOG-MATIC.
        • CXXIV.—FALSE QUANTITY.
        • CXXV.—IN SUSPENSE.
        • CXXVI.—PORSON'S VISIT TO THE CONTINENT.
        • CXXVII.—ARTIFICIAL HEAT.
        • CXXVIII.—OUTWARD APPEARANCE.
        • CXXIX.—THE TWO SMITHS.
        • CXXX.—SAGE ADVICE.
        • CXXXI.—THE PURSER.
        • CXXXII.—A FOREIGN ACCENT.
        • CXXXIII—EASY AS LYING.
        • CXXXIV.—NEW WAY TO PAY OLD DEBTS.
        • CXXXV.—EPIGRAM.
        • CXXXVI.—FLATTERY TURNED TO ADVANTAGE.
        • CXXXVII.—THE INTRUDER REBUKED.
        • CXXXVIII.—CRITICAL POLITENESS.
        • CXXXIX.—A GOOD PLACE.
        • CXL.—A CABAL.
        • CXLI.—THE FIRE OF LONDON.
        • CXLII.—A DOUBTFUL COMPLIMENT.
        • CXLIII.—AN HONEST HORSE.
        • CXLIV.—THE RETORT CUTTING.
        • CXLV.—ELEGANT COMPLIMENT.
        • CXLVI.—A LOVE SONG, BY DEAN SWIFT.
        • CXLVII.—BY THE SAME.
        • CXLVIII.—A HAPPY SUGGESTION.
        • CXLIX.—PLAYING ON A WORD.
        • CL.—AN EYE TO PROFIT.
        • CLI.—"OUT, BRIEF CANDLE."
        • CLII.—A.I.
        • CLIII.—QUALIFYING FOR BAIL.
        • CLIV.—BARRY'S POWERS OF PLEASING.
        • CLV.—EPIGRAM.
        • CLVI.—SENTENCE OF DEATH.
        • CLVII.—NATIVE WIT.
        • CLVIII.—WORTH THE MONEY.
        • CLIX.—SUITED TO HIS SUBJECT.
        • CLX.—NOT versus NOTT.
        • CLXI.—A COCKNEY EPIGRAM.
        • CLXII.—THE PINK OF POLITENESS.
        • CLXIII.—HIGH AND LOW.
        • CLXIV.—CITY LOVE.
        • CLXV.—INGENIOUS REPLY OF A SOLDIER.
        • CLXVI.—LORD CHESTERFIELD.
        • CLXVII.—SPECIAL PLEADING.
        • CLXVIII.—ON A NEW DUKE.
        • CLXIX.—THE ZODIAC CLUB.
        • CLXX.—QUIN'S SOLILOQUY ON SEEING THE EMBALMED BODY OF DUKE HUMPHREY, AT ST. ALBAN'S.
        • CLXXI.—STRIKING REPROOF.
        • CLXXII.—A PRETTY PICTURE.
        • CLXXIII.—UNKNOWN TONGUE.
        • CLXXIV.—DUNNING AND LORD MANSFIELD.
        • CLXXV.—EPIGRAM.
        • CLXXVI.—CHANGING HIS LINE.
        • CLXXVII.—TALL AND SHORT.
        • CLXXVIII.—AN ODD COMPARISON.
        • CLXXIX.—ON THE RIGHT SIDE.
        • CLXXX.—CAUSE OF ABSENCE.
        • CLXXXI.—THE SCOLD'S VOCABULARY.
        • CLXXXII.—A FAMILIAR ILLUSTRATION.
        • CLXXXIII.—HAPPINESS.
        • CLXXXIV.—TRANSPOSING A COMPLIMENT.
        • CLXXXV.—A HANDSOME CONTRIBUTION.
        • CLXXXVI.—WASTE OF TIME.
        • CLXXXVII.—SCOTCH SIMPLICITY.
        • CLXXXVIII.—TWOFOLD ILLUSTRATION.
        • CLXXXIX.—NAT LEE AND SIR ROGER L'ESTRANGE.
        • CXC.—MAIDS AND WIVES.
        • CXCI.—TRAGEDY MS.
        • CXCII.—A TRUE COURTIER.
        • CXCIII.—RARE VIRTUE.
        • CXCIV.—A POSER.
        • CXCV.—A SHEEPISH COMPLIMENT.
        • CXCVI.—CONSIDERABLE LATITUDE.
        • CXCVII.—FARMER AND ATTORNEY.
        • CXCVIII.—A WIFE AT FORTY.
        • CXCIX.—DISAPPROBATION.
        • CC.—NOVEL OFFENCE.
        • CCI.—MEASURING HIS DISTANCE.
        • CCII.—VERY CLEAR.
        • CCIII.—BROTHERLY LOVE.
        • CCIV.—EPIGRAM.
        • CCV.—MODEST.
        • CCVI.—A JOINT CONCERN.
        • CCVII.—PROFESSIONAL.
        • CCVIII.—A GOOD REASON.
        • CCIX.—ON A BAD MAN.
        • CCX.—A CLEVER DOG.
        • CCXI.—A KNOTTY POINT.
        • CCXII.—GEORGE SELWYN.
        • CCXIII.—EMPEROR OF CHINA.
        • CCXIV.—LANDLORD AND TENANTS.
        • CCXV.—AN UGLY DOG.
        • CCXVI.—THE WRONG LEG.
        • CCXVII.—FEMALE TALKERS.
        • CCXVIII.—FIGHTING BY MEASURE.
        • CCXIX.—SUGGESTION.
        • CCXX.—THE FORCE OF SATIRE.
        • CCXXI.—THE ANGLO-FRENCH ALLIANCE.
        • CCXXII.—QUIN'S SAYING.
        • CCXXIII.—A GOOD REASON.
        • CCXXIV.—BILLY BROWN AND THE COUNSELLOR.
        • CCXXV.—THE RULING PASSION AFTER DEATH.
        • CCXXVI.—CUT AND COME AGAIN.
        • CCXXVII.—CALIBAN'S LOOKING-GLASS.
        • CCXXVIII.—UNION IS STRENGTH.
        • CCXXIX.—FRENCH PRECIPITATION.
        • CCXXX.—MAKING IT UP.
        • CCXXXI.—OLD STORIES OVER AGAIN.
        • CCXXXII.—HUMOR UNDER DIFFICULTIES.
        • CCXXXIII.—EQUALITY.
        • CCXXXIV.—QUITE NATURAL.
        • CCXXXV.—MISER'S CHARITY.
        • CCXXXVI.—SHAKING HANDS.
        • CCXXXVII.—MILTON ON WOMAN.
        • CCXXXVIII.—EPIGRAM.
        • CCXXXIX.—A GOOD REASON.
        • CCXL.—ON FARREN, THE ACTOR.
        • CCXLI.—PADDY'S LOGIC.
        • CCXLII.—WARNING TO LADIES.
        • CCXLIII.—A MOT OF DE FOE.
        • CCXLIV.—A FAIR REPULSE.
        • CCXLV.—CLAW AND CLAW.
        • CCXLVI.—THE BISHOP AND HIS PORTMANTEAU.
        • CCXLVII.—FORCE OF NATURE.
        • CCXLVIII.—BLOWING A NOSE.
        • CCXLIX.—TOO CIVIL.
        • CCL.—TORY LIBERALITY.
        • CCLI.—A CAPITAL JOKE.
        • CCLII.—PIG-HEADED.
        • CCLIII.—BURIED WORTH.
        • CCLIV.—A JUST DEBTOR.
        • CCLV.—A SOUND CONCLUSION.
        • CCLVI.—CUTTING HIS COAT.
        • CCLVII.—NON SEQUITUR.
        • CCLVIII.—ANY PORT IN A STORM.
        • CCLIX.—INGRATITUDE.
        • CCLX.—NOT SO BAD FOR A KING.
        • CCLXI.—A BAD CROP.
        • CCLXII.—"NONE SO BLIND," ETC.
        • CCLXIII.—DUPLEX MOVEMENT.
        • CCLXIV.—COULEUR DE ROSE.
        • CCLXV.—A FEELING WITNESS.
        • CCLXVI.—EXTREMES MEET.
        • CCLXVII.—DR. WEATHER-EYE.
        • CCLXVIII.—HESITATION IN HIS WRITING.
        • CCLXIX.—A GUIDE TO GOVERNMENT SITUATIONS.
        • CCLXX.—NATURAL TRANSMUTATION.
        • CCLXXI.—CRITICS.
        • CCLXXII.—QUESTION AND ANSWER.
        • CCLXXIII.—A TRUE JOKE.
        • CCLXXIV.—THE CART BEFORE THE HORSE.
        • CCLXXV.—A CITY VARNISH.
        • CCLXXVI.—A RUB AT A RASCAL.
        • CCLXXVII.—A SAGE SIMILE.
        • CCLXXVIII.—AN ARCHITECTURAL PUN.
        • CCLXXIX.—THE MAJESTY OF MUD.
        • CCLXXX.—A PROVIDENT BOY.
        • CCLXXXI.—A QUERY ANSWERED.
        • CCLXXXII.—A WOMAN'S PROMISES.
        • CCLXXXIII.—THE MEDICINE MUST BE OF USE.
        • CCLXXXIV.—ROYAL FAVOR.
        • CCLXXXV.—BLACK AND WHITE.
        • CCLXXXVI.—THE WORST OF ALL CRIMES.
        • CCLXXXVII.—A PHENOMENON ACCOUNTED FOR.
        • CCLXXXVIII.—BRIGHT AND SHARP.
        • CCLXXXIX.—A WOODMAN.
        • CCXC.—HUMAN HAPPINESS.
        • CCXCI.—MEASURE FOR MEASURE.
        • CCXCII.—A DESERVED RETORT.
        • CCXCIII.—A POETICAL SHAPE.
        • CCXCIV.—A COMMON CASE.
        • CCXCV.—EPIGRAM.
        • CCXCVI.—TOO COLD TO CHANGE.
        • CCXCVII.—SEALING AN OATH.
        • CCXCVIII.—A NEAT QUOTATION.
        • CCXCIX.—GOOD SPORT.
        • CCC.—AN UNRE-HEARSED EFFECT.
        • CCCI.—A GOOD SERVANT.
        • CCCII.—BALANCING ACCOUNTS.
        • CCCIII.—A NOVELTY.
        • CCCIV.—SCOTCH UNDERSTANDING.
        • CCCV.—BRUTAL AFFECTIONS.
        • CCCVI.—AN INTRODUCTORY CEREMONY.
        • CCCVII.—WHIG AND TORY.
        • CCCVIII.—CONTRABAND SCOTCHMAN.
        • CCCIX.—A PLACEBO.
        • CCCX.—A PLACE WANTED.
        • CCCXI.—NOT TO BE BOUGHT.
        • CCCXII.—SIGN OF BEING CRACKED.
        • CCCXIII.—CRUEL SUGGESTION.
        • CCCXIV.—AN ODD FELLOW.
        • CCCXV.—POST-MORTEM.
        • CCCXVI.—KNOWING HIS PLACE.
        • CCCXVII.—AN ATTIC JEST.
        • CCCXVIII.—CUTTING ON BOTH SIDES.
        • CCCXIX.—A READY RECKONER.
        • CCCXX.—CATCHING HIM UP.
        • CCCXXI.—A STOPPER.
        • CCCXXII.—A BOOK CASE.
        • CCCXXIII.—HINC ILLE LACHRYMÆ.
        • CCCXXIV.—REASON FOR GOING TO CHURCH.
        • CCCXXV.—A BISHOP AND CHURCHWARDEN.
        • CCCXXVI.—STONE BLIND.
        • CCCXXVII.—AGREEABLE AND NOT COMPLIMENTARY.
        • CCCXXVIII.—DR. JOHNSON WITHOUT VARIATION.
        • CCCXXIX.—MR. CANNING'S PARASITES.
        • CCCXXX.—PLEASANT DESERTS.
        • CCCXXXI.—A HOME ARGUMENT.
        • CCCXXXII.—A BAD PEN.
        • CCCXXXIII.—WIGNELL THE ACTOR.
        • CCCXXXIV.—CANDOR.
        • CCCXXXV.—A "COLD" COMPLIMENT.
        • CCCXXXVI.—READY REPLY.
        • CCCXXXVII.—FULL PROOF.
        • CCCXXXVIII.—EPIGRAM ON CIBBER.
        • CCCXXXIX.—A PROPHECY.
        • CCCXL.—A FIXTURE.
        • CCCXLI.—FAMILY PRIDE.
        • CCCXLII.—EVIDENCE OF A JOCKEY.
        • CCCXLIII.—WAY OF THE WORLD.
        • CCCXLIV.—A BROAD-SHEET HINT.
        • CCCXLV.—MODEST MERIT.
        • CCCXLVI.—SOFT, VERY!
        • CCCXLVII.—CAMBRIDGE ETIQUETTE.
        • CCCXLVIII.—EPIGRAM.
        • CCCXLIX.—HALF-WAY.
        • CCCL.—SELF-KNOWLEDGE.
        • CCCLI.—TWO OF A TRADE.
        • CCCLII.—A STRAY SHOT.
        • CCCLIII.—MILESIAN ADVICE.
        • CCCLIV.—MR. ABERNETHY.
        • CCCLV.—THE DEBT PAID.
        • CCCLVI.—EXTREMES MEET.
        • CCCLVII.—A COMPLIMENT ILL-RECEIVED.
        • CCCLVIII.—TRUTH NOT TO BE SPOKEN AT ALL TIMES.
        • CCCLIX.—A GOOD REASON.
        • CCCLX.—FOLLOWING A LEADER.
        • CCCLXI.—IDOLATRY.
        • CCCLXII.—TWICE RUINED.
        • CCCLXIII.—Q.E.D.
        • CCCLXIV.—SHORT STORIES.
        • CCCLXV.—ON A LADY WHO SQUINTED.
        • CCCLXVI.—AN ORIGINAL ATTRACTION.
        • CCCLXVII.—DEMOCRATIC VISION.
        • CCCLXVIII.—FISHY, RATHER.
        • CCCLXIX.—LIGHT BREAD.
        • CCCLXX.—SOMETHING LIKE AN INSULT.
        • CCCLXXI.—ON CHARLES KEAN, THE ACTOR.
        • CCCLXXII.—POLITICAL CORRUPTION.
        • CCCLXXIII.—A QUAKERLY OBJECTION.
        • CCCLXXIV.—A GOOD-HEARTED FELLOW.
        • CCCLXXV.—EPIGRAM ON THE DEATH OF FOOTE.
        • CCCLXXVI.—THE ANGRY OCEAN.
        • CCCLXXVII.—BREVITY.
        • CCCLXXVIII.—EPIGRAM.
        • CCCLXXIX.—A BROAD-BRIM HINT.
        • CCCLXXX.—AN ORDER FOR TWO.
        • CCCLXXXI.—EPIGRAM FROM THE ITALIAN.
        • CCCLXXXII.—MARRIAGE.
        • CCCLXXXIII.—FISHING FOR A COMPLIMENT.
        • CCCLXXXIV.—VISIBLE PROOF.
        • CCCLXXXV.—SIMPLICITY OF THE LEARNED PORSON.
        • CCCLXXXVI.—EPIGRAM ADDRESSED TO MISS EDGEWORTH.
        • CCCLXXXVII.—KEEN REPLY.
        • CCCLXXXVIII.—A GOOD EXAMPLE.
        • CCCLXXXIX.—A CERTAINTY.
        • CCCXC.—NOMINAL RHYMES.
        • CCCXCI.—A BROAD HINT.
        • CCCXCII.—VAILS TO SERVANTS.
        • CCCXCIII.—QUITE TRUE.
        • CCCXCIV.—CONGRATULATION TO ONE WHO CURLED HIS HAIR.
        • CCCXCV.—THE POLITE SCHOLAR.
        • CCCXCVI.—A COOL HAND.
        • CCCXCVII.—QUID PRO QUO.
        • CCCXCVIII.—RECRUITING SERJEANT AND COUNTRYMAN.
        • CCCXCIX.—AN ANECDOTE.
        • CD.—DIDO.
        • CDI.—EXTREME SIMPLICITY.
        • CDII.—NOT TO BE TRIFLED WITH.
        • CDIII.—AS YOU LIKE IT.
        • CDIV.—AN UPRIGHT MAN.
        • CDV.—THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON AND THE AURIST.
        • CDVI.—TRUTH NOT ALWAYS TO BE SPOKEN.
        • CDVII.—ADVERTISEMENT EXTRAORDINARY.
        • CDVIII.—A "DOUBLE TIMES."
        • CDIX.—PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED.
        • CDX.—EPIGRAM.
        • CDXI.—A SEASONABLE JOKE.
        • CDXII.—EPIGRAM.
        • CDXIII.—A CONSIDERATE SON.
        • CDXIV.—DANGEROUSLY WELL.
        • CDXV.—EPIGRAM.
        • CDXVI.—A NEW SCHOLAR.
        • CDXVII.—PUTTING A STOP TO PILGRIM'S PROGRESS.
        • CDXVIII.—EPIGRAM.
        • CDXIX.—A SUDDEN CHANGE.
        • CDXX.—VALUABLE DISCOVERY.
        • CDXXI.—A USEFUL ALLY.
        • CDXXII.—TWO SIDES TO A SPEECH.
        • CDXXIII.—WILKIE'S SIMPLICITY.
        • CDXXIV.—RINGING THE CHANGES.
        • CDXXV.—KNOWING HIS MAN.
        • CDXXVI.—A SMALL GLASS.
        • CDXXVII.—DOMESTIC ECONOMY.
        • CDXXVIII.—AN EMPTY HEAD.
        • CDXXIX.—A BAD LABEL.
        • CDXXX.—"AYE! THERE'S THE RUB."
        • CDXXXI.—MORAL EQUALITY OF MAN.
        • CDXXXII.—A SILK GOWN.
        • CDXXXIII.—EPIGRAM BY A PLUCKED MAN.
        • CDXXXIV.—THE MEASURE OF A BRAIN.
        • CDXXXV.—FOOTE AND LORD TOWNSEND.
        • CDXXXVI.—UNREASONABLE.
        • CDXXXVII.—AN HONEST WARRANTY.
        • CDXXXVIII.—THE REASON WHY.
        • CDXXXIX.—BLOTTING IT OUT.
        • CDXL.—CLERICAL WIT.
        • CDXLI.—A NICE DISTINCTION.
        • CDXLII.—WIT AND QUACKERY.
        • CDXLIII.—WIT DEFINED.
        • CDXLIV.—A VAIN SEARCH.
        • CDXLV.—A BAD CUSTOMER.
        • CDXLVI.—A REFLECTION.
        • CDXLVII.—FOOTE.
        • CDXLVIII.—INQUEST EXTRAORDINARY.
        • CDXLIX.—A BASE ONE.
        • CDL.—PROFITABLE JUGGLING.
        • CDLI.—PICKPOCKETING.
        • CDLII.—DUNNING AND LORD THURLOW.
        • CDLIII.—AFFECTATION.
        • CDLIV.—WARM FRIENDSHIPS.
        • CDLV.—THEATRICAL MISTAKES.
        • CDLVI.—A BROKEN HEAD.
        • CDLVII.—CALEDONIAN COMFORT.
        • CDLVIII.—AN ODD FAMILY.
        • CDLIX.—A LAWYER'S OPINION OF LAW.
        • CDLX.—BEN JONSON.
        • CDLXI.—UNREMITTING KINDNESS.
        • CDLXII.—KEAN'S IMPROMPTU.
        • CDLXIII.—A TRUTH FOR THE LADIES.
        • CDLXIV.—A MARK OF RESPECT.
        • CDLXV.—A GRETNA CUSTOMER.
        • CDLXVI.—LEAVING HIS VERDICT.
        • CDLXVII.—OVER-WISE.
        • CDLXVIII.—IMPROMPTU.
        • CDLXIX.—INDEPENDENCE.
        • CDLXX.—ON PRIDE.
        • CDLXXI.—BLACK LETTER.
        • CDLXXII.—A HIATUS.
        • CDLXXIII.—A REASONABLE REQUEST.
        • CDLXXIV.—A STRIKING POINT.
        • CDLXXV.—VERY PRETTY.
        • CDLXXVI.—AN ODD BIRD.
        • CDLXXVII.—INQUESTS EXTRAORDINARY.
        • CDLXXVIII.—"I'VE DONE THE SAME THING OFTEN."
        • CDLXXIX.—CONFIDENCE.
        • CDLXXX.—THE CUT INFERNAL.
        • CDLXXXI.—FEELING HIS WAY.
        • CDLXXXII.—THE WILL.
        • CDLXXXIII.—INGENUOUSNESS.
        • CDLXXXIV.—A NEW SPORT.
        • CDLXXXV.—SYDNEY SMITH.
        • CDLXXXVI.—EPIGRAM ON THE DUKE OF ——'S CONSISTENCY.
        • CDLXXXVII.—A FAIR PROPOSAL.
        • CDLXXXVIII.—A DOUBTFUL CREED.
        • CDLXXXIX.—A SATISFACTORY TOTAL.
        • CDXC.—GOOD RIDDANCE.
        • CDXCI.—CALCULATION.
        • CDXCII.—GEORGE II. AND THE RECORDER.
        • CDXCIII.—SLEEPING ROUND.
        • CDXCIV.—AT HIS FINGERS' ENDS.
        • CDXCV.—NOT SO EASY.
        • CDXCVI.—A POINT.
        • CDXCVII.—THE REPUBLIC OF LEARNING.
        • CDXCVIII.—CHALLENGING A JURY.
        • CDXCIX.—WALPOLIANA.
        • D.—MINDING HIS BUSINESS.
        • DI.—PENCE TABLE.
        • DII.—SATISFACTION.
        • DIII.—A SAFE APPEAL.
        • DIV.—A CAUTIOUS LOVER.
        • DV.—THE SWORD AND THE SCABBARD.
        • DVI.—TOUCHING.
        • DVII.—THE COLLEGE BELL!
        • DVIII.—FRENCH LANGUAGE.
        • DIX.—EPIGRAM.
        • DX.—CERTAINLY NOT ASLEEP.
        • DXI.—ANTICIPATION.
        • DXII.—THE BEST JUDGE.
        • DXIII.—THE RIVALS.
        • DXIV.—DEAD LANGUAGE.
        • DXV.—WALPOLIANA.
        • DXVI.—A SLIGHT DIFFERENCE.
        • DXVII.—EPIGRAM.
        • DXVIII.—A NICE DISTINCTION.
        • DXIX.—LATE DINNER.
        • DXX.—AN OLD JOKE.
        • DXXI.—TIME WORKS WONDERS.
        • DXXII.—A NOVEL IDEA.
        • DXXIII.—THE SPIRIT AND THE LETTER.
        • DXXIV.—LOSING AN I.
        • DXXV.—DRIVING IT HOME.
        • DXXVI.—THE EMPTY GUN.
        • DXXVII.—A PIECE OF PLATE.
        • DXXVIII.—EPISCOPAL SAUCE.
        • DXXIX.—A GOOD CRITIC.
        • DXXX.—WILKES'S TERGIVERSATION.
        • DXXXI.—A SLIGHT ERUPTION.
        • DXXXII.—SMOKING AN M.P.
        • DXXXIII.—A TIMELY REPROOF.
        • DXXXIV.—REPROOF.
        • DXXXV.—A SATISFACTORY REASON.
        • DXXXVI.—THE TANNER; AN EPIGRAM.
        • DXXXVII.—AN ABSENT MAN.
        • DXXXVIII.—A DOUBLE KNOCK.
        • DXXXIX.—A PROPER RETORT.
        • DXL.—FORAGING.
        • DXLI.—ON JEKYLL NEARLY BEING THROWN DOWN BY A VERY SMALL PIG.
        • DXLII.—UNKIND.
        • DXLIII.—DEAN SWIFT AND KING WILLIAM.
        • DXLIV.—EPIGRAM.
        • DXLV.—ELOQUENT SILENCE.
        • DXLVI.—KEEPING A PROMISE.
        • DXLVII.—NAVAL ORATORY.
        • DXLVIII.—VERSE AND WORSE.
        • DXLIX.—THE IRON DUKE.
        • DL.—CLEAR THE COURT.
        • DLI—SCOTCH CAUTION.
        • DLII.—WALPOLIANA.
        • DLIII.—NOT POLITE.
        • DLIV.—EXTENUATING CIRCUMSTANCES.
        • DLV.—ON MR. HUSBAND'S MARRIAGE.
        • DLVI.—CONFIDENCE.
        • DLVII.—LADY ANNE.
        • DLVIII.—NICE LANGUAGE.
        • DLIX.—UNPOETICAL REPLY.
        • DLX.—IMITATION OF A COW.
        • DLXI.—TAKING HIS MEASURE.
        • DLXII.—THURLOW AND PITT.
        • DLXIII.—EPIGRAM.
        • DLXIV.—A HAPPY MAN.
        • DLXV.—VULGAR ARGUMENTS.
        • DLXVI.—A CLEAR CASE.
        • DLXVII.—THE LATIN FOR COLD.
        • DLXVIII.—PIECE DE RESISTANCE.
        • DLXIX.—LAMB AND ERSKINE.
        • DLXX.—TRUE WIT.
        • DLXXI.—ORDER! ORDER!
        • DLXXII.—THEATRICAL WIT.
        • DLXXIII.—THE CUT DIRECT.
        • DLXXIV.—BUSY BODIES.
        • DLXXV.—THE HOPEFUL PUPIL.
        • DLXXVI.—THE FORCE OF HABIT.
        • DLXXVII.—NOTICE TO QUIT.
        • DLXXVIII.—A LITERAL JOKE.
        • DLXXIX.—AN ARGUMENT.
        • DLXXX.—THE CANDLE AND LANTERN.
        • DLXXXI.—ONE HEAD BETTER THAN A DOZEN.
        • DLXXXII.—KEEPING A CONSCIENCE.
        • DLXXXIII.—DEBTOR AND CREDITOR.
        • DLXXXIV.—PORTMANTEAU v. TRUNK.
        • DLXXXV.—SEEING A CORONATION.
        • DLXXXVI.—HOOK'S POLITENESS.
        • DLXXXVII.—ON NAPOLEON'S STATUE AT Boulogne TURNED, BY DESIGN OR ACCIDENT, WITH ITS BACK TO ENGLAND.
        • DLXXXVIII.—OLD TIMES.
        • DLXXXIX.—AN ARCADIAN.
        • DXC.—JOHNSON AND MRS. SIDDONS.
        • DXCI.—ROWING IN THE SAME BOAT.
        • DXCII.—A GENUINE IRISH BULL.
        • DXCIII.—THE RULING PASSION.
        • DXCIV.—EPIGRAM.
        • DXCV.—SHAKESPEARE ILLUSTRATED.
        • DXCVI.—DEGENERACY.
        • DXCVII.—WORTHY OF CREDIT.
        • DXCVIII.—PAYING IN KIND.
        • DXCIX.—VERY SERIOUS.
        • DC.—THE LATE LORD AUDLEY.
        • DCI.—DELICATE HINT.
        • DCII.—A SCOTCH MEDIUM.
        • DCIII.—EPIGRAM.
        • DCIV.—PERFECT DISCONTENT.
        • DCV.—A BAD BARGAIN.
        • DCVI.—A PIOUS MINISTER.
        • DCVII.—STERNE.
        • DCVIII.—WHO'S THE FOOL?
        • DCIX.—COLD COMFORT.
        • DCX.—A GREAT DIFFERENCE.
        • DCXI.—OXFORD AND CAMBRIDGE ACTORS.
        • DCXII.—INQUEST—NOT EXTRAORDINARY.
        • DCXIII.—STRANGE JETSUM.
        • DCXIV.—THE TRUTH AT LAST.
        • DCXV.—A PILL GRATIS.
        • DCXVI.—RATHER HARD.
        • DCXVII.—SCOTCH PENETRATION.
        • DCXVIII.—A QUESTION OF TIME.
        • DCXIX.—EPIGRAM.
        • DCXX.—CONCURRENT EVENTS.
        • DCXXI.—A GOOD EXCUSE.
        • DCXXII.—SHORT AND SHARP.
        • DCXXIII.—IRELAND'S FORGERY.
        • DCXXIV.—A GOOD ONE.
        • DCXXV.—"WRITE ME DOWN AN ASS."
        • DCXXVI.—A WORD TO THE WISE.
        • DCXXVII.—LIBERAL GIFT.
        • DCXXVIII.—EASILY ANSWERED.
        • DCXXIX.—ON THE LATIN GERUNDS.
        • DCXXX.—DODGING A CREDITOR.
        • DCXXXI.—BAD HABIT.
        • DCXXXII.—WHO'S TO BLAME.
        • DCXXXIII.—THE LETTER H.
        • DCXXXIV.—TRUTH AND RHYME.
        • DCXXXV.—A GOOD TRANSLATION.
        • DCXXXVI.—MAD QUAKERS.
        • DCXXXVII.—BACON.
        • DCXXXVIII.—A LETTER WANTING.
        • DCXXXIX.—ADVICE TO THE YOUNG.
        • DCXL.—A PROMISE TO PAY.
        • DCXLI.—PUNCTUATION.
        • DCXLII.—CON-CIDER-ATE.
        • DCXLIII.—FEAR OF EDUCATING WOMEN.
        • DCXLIV.—A-LIQUID.
        • DCXLV.—TOP AND BOTTOM.
        • DCXLVI.—A SUGGESTIVE PRESENT.
        • DCXLVII.—A NEW DISGUISE.
        • DCXLVIII.—WET AND DRY.
        • DCXLIX.—RUM AND WATER.
        • DCL.—A BUDGET OF BLUNDERS.
        • DCLI.—IMPROMPTU.
        • DCLII.—WILKES AND A LIBERTY.
        • DCLIII.—A STRANGE OBJECTION.
        • DCLIV.—THE TIMIDITY OF BEAUTY.
        • DCLV.—MAKING A CLEARANCE.
        • DCLVI.—A SMART ONE-POUNDER.
        • DCLVII.—RESIGNATION.
        • DCLVIII.—DELPINI'S REMONSTRANCE.
        • DCLIX.—A PHONETIC JOKE.
        • DCLX.—PURE FOLKS.
        • DCLXI.—GOOD NEWS FOR THE CHANCELLOR.
        • DCLXII.—JUSTICE NOT ALWAYS BLIND.
        • DCLXIII.—KITCHENER AND COLMAN.
        • DCLXIV.—A SPARE MAN.
        • DCLXV.—A LONG BILL.
        • DCLXVI.—ROYAL PUN.
        • DCLXVII.—A COLORABLE RESEMBLANCE.
        • DCLXVIII.—SPRANGER BARRY.
        • DCLXIX.—BAD SPORT.
        • DCLXX.—MEASURE FOR MEASURE.
        • DCLXXI.—A PROBABILITY.
        • DCLXXII.—LEGAL ADULTERATION.
        • DCLXXIII.—VOX ET PRÆTEREA NIHIL.
        • DCLXXIV.—SALISBURY CATHEDRAL SPIRE.
        • DCLXXV.—AN ACT OF JUSTICE.
        • DCLXXVI.—LISTON'S DREAM.
        • DCLXXVII.—A VOLUMINOUS SPEAKER.
        • DCLXXVIII.—A SUGGESTIVE QUESTION.
        • DCLXXIX.—LOVE AND HYMEN.
        • DCLXXX.—PAR NOBILE FRATRUM.
        • DCLXXXI.—PLAIN LANGUAGE.
        • DCLXXXII.—A SETTLER.
        • DCLXXXIII.—CASH PAYMENTS.
        • DCLXXXIV.—LAWYER'S HOUSE.
        • DCLXXXV.—A REASONABLE DEMAND.
        • DCLXXXVI.—EBENEZER ADAMS.
        • DCLXXXVII.—ONE BITE AT A CHERRY.
        • DCLXXXVIII.—A FIG FOR THE GROCER!
        • DCLXXXIX.—STEAM-BOAT RACING.
        • DCXC.—GENTLY, JEMMY.
        • DCXCI.—WHAT'S IN A SYLLABLE?
        • DCXCII.—QUIET THEFT.
        • DCXCIII.—GOOD ADVICE.
        • DCXCIV.—CRITICISING A STATUE.
        • DCXCV.—A COMPARISON.
        • DCXCVI.—FATIGUE DUTY.
        • DCXCVII.—GLUTTONS AND EPICURES.
        • DCXCVIII.—A BAD END.
        • DCXCIX.—ON THE NAME OF KEOPALANI (QUEEN OF THE SANDWICH ISLANDS), WHICH SIGNIFIES "THE DROPPING OF THE CLOUDS FROM HEAVEN."
        • DCC.—ACCOMMODATING PRINCIPLES.
        • DCCI.—BOSWELL'S "LIFE OF JOHNSON."
        • DCCII.—VERY LIKE A WHALE.
        • DCCIII.—A NEW SIGN.
        • DCCIV.—FALSE QUANTITIES.
        • DCCV.—NOT TRUE.
        • DCCVI.—BETTING.
        • DCCVII.—FIRE AND WATER.
        • DCCVIII.—THE RAILROAD ENGINEER.
        • DCCIX.—THE SPECIFIC GRAVITY OF FOLLY.
        • DCCX.—EQUALITY.
        • DCCXI.—A CANDID COUNSEL.
        • DCCXII.—TRADE AGAINST LAND.
        • DCCXIII.—TRUE EVIDENCE.
        • DCCXIV.—DR. YOUNG.
        • DCCXV.—A YANKEE YARN.
        • DCCXVI.—SAVE US FROM OUR FRIENDS.
        • DCCXVII.—LOVE OF THE SEA.
        • DCCXVIII.—UNWELCOME AGREEMENT.
        • DCCXIX.—COOKE'S EXPLANATION OF THE FAMILY PLATE.
        • DCCXX.—A SPECIMEN OF UNIVERSITY ETIQUETTE.
        • DCCXXI.—A MEDICAL OPINION.
        • DCCXXII.—THE CAUSE.
        • DCCXXIII.—WHAT'S GOING ON?
        • DCCXXIV.—SNORING.
        • DCCXXV.—TWO MAKE A PAIR.
        • DCCXXVI.—ALMANAC-MAKERS.
        • DCCXXVII.—A BLACK JOKE.
        • DCCXXVIII.—EPIGRAM.
        • DCCXXIX.—EXAGGERATION.
        • DCCXXX.—WINNING A LOSS.
        • DCCXXXI.—ADVICE GRATIS.
        • DCCXXXII.—SHORT COMMONS.
        • CCXXXIII.—LICENSED TO KILL.
        • CXXXIV.—WILKES AND LIBERTY.
        • DCCXXXV.—A PAT REPLY.
        • DCCXXXVI.—LORD NORTH ASLEEP.
        • DCCXXXVII.—RATHER SAUCY.
        • DCCXXXVIII.—LONG STORY.
        • DCCXXXIX.—EUCLID REFUTED.
        • DCCXL.—BRED ON THE BOARDS.
        • DCCXLI.—ON THE DULNESS OF A DEBATE IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS.
        • DCCXLII.—PAINTING.
        • DCCXLIII.—OLD AGE.
        • DCCXLIV.—AN EFFORT OF MEMORY.
        • DCCXLV.—A READY RECKONER.
        • DCCXLVI.—A ROWLAND FOR AN OLIVER.
        • DCCXLVII.—TRUE POLITENESS.
        • DCCXLVIII.—A RAKE'S ECONOMY.
        • DCCXLIX.—EASILY SATISFIED.
        • DCCL.—PERT.
        • DCCLI.—A ROYAL MUFF.
        • DCCLII.—A BROAD HINT.
        • DCCLIII.—A TASTE OF MARRIAGE.
        • DCCLIV.—"THE LAST WAR."
        • DCCLV.—THE PHILANTHROPIST.
        • DCCLVI.—TOO MUCH OF A BAD THING.
        • DCCLVII—BAD COMPANY.
        • DCCLVIII.—EPIGRAM.
        • DCCLIX.—PAINTING.
        • DCCLX.—NIL NISI, ETC.
        • DCCLXI.—ODD FORESIGHT.
        • DCCLXII.—"THEREBY HANGS," ETC.
        • DCCLXIII.—GENERAL WOLFE.
        • DCCLXIV.—A QUESTION FOR THE PEERAGE.
        • DCCLXV.—A NOISE FOR NOTHING.
        • DCCLXVI.—SHORT MEASURE.
        • DCCLXVII.—DECANTING EXTRAORDINARY.
        • DCCLXVIII.—A DILEMMA.
        • DCCLXIX.—HOW TO MAKE A MAN OF CONSEQUENCE.
        • DCCLXX.—A CHEAP WATCH.
        • DCCLXXI.—SCOTCH WUT.
        • DCCLXXII.—ATTENDING TO A WISH.
        • DCCLXXIII.—A MECHANICAL SURGEON.
        • DCCLXXIV.—CANINE POETRY.
        • DCCLXXV.—FOOTIANA.
        • DCCLXXVI.—NIGHT AND MORNING.
        • DCCLXXVII.—FULL INSIDE.
        • DCCLXXVIII.—A SHORT JOURNEY.
        • DCCLXXIX.—A POSER BY LORD ELLENBOROUGH.
        • DCCLXXX.—EPIGRAM.
        • DCCLXXXI.—AN ARTISTIC TOUCH.
        • DCCLXXXII.—VALUE OF APPLAUSE.
        • DCCLXXXIII.—LITTLE TO GIVE.
        • DCCLXXXIV.—A GOOD SWIMMER.
        • DCCLXXXV.—NO PRIDE.
        • DCCLXXXVI.—LORD CLONMEL.
        • DCCLXXXVII.—QUEER PARTNERS.
        • DCCLXXXVIII.—CORRUPTLY INCORRUPTIBLE.
        • DCCLXXXIX.—EPIGRAM ON THE MARRIAGE OF A VERY THIN COUPLE.
        • DCCXC.—GOOD AUTHORITY.
        • DCCXCI.—LUXURIOUS SMOKING.
        • DCCXCII.—NO JUDGE.
        • DCCXCIII.—RELATIONS OF MANKIND.
        • DCCXCIV.—VERY TRUE.
        • DCCXCV.—EPIGRAM.
        • DCCXCVI.—DRINKING ALONE.
        • DCCXCVII.—A MUSICAL BLOW-UP.
        • DCCXCVIII.—READY-MADE WOOD PAVEMENT.
        • DCCXCIX.—PROPER DISTINCTION.
        • DCCC.—GRACEFUL EXCUSE.
        • DCCCI.—SLACK PAYMENT.
        • DCCCII.—WAY OF USING BOOKS.
        • DCCCIII.—PATRICK HENRY.
        • DCCCIV.—ROGERS—POET AND SKIPPER.
        • DCCCV.—OUR ENGLISH LOVE OF DINNERS.
        • DCCCVI.—EPIGRAM.
        • DCCCVII.—REFORMATION.
        • DCCCVIII.—THE JEST OF ANCESTRY.
        • DCCCIX.—EQUAL TO NOTHING.
        • DCCCX.—FAMILIARITY.
        • DCCCXI.—EXTRAORDINARY COMPROMISE.
        • DCCCXII.—MAC READY TO CALL.
        • DCCCXIII.—EPIGRAM.
        • DCCCXIV.—LOOK-A-HEAD.
        • DCCCXV.—THE BIRTH OF A PRINCE.
        • DCCCXVI.—SETTING HIM UP TO KNOCK HIM DOWN.
        • DCCCXVII.—BRIEF CORRESPONDENCE.
        • DCCCXVIII.—MAN-TRAPS.
        • DCCCXIX.—A COLORABLE EXCUSE.
        • DCCCXX.—CONSISTENCY.
        • DCCCXXI.—A WONDERFUL CURE.
        • DCCCXXII.—AN ACCOMMODATING PHYSICIAN.
        • DCCCXXIII.—CHOICE SPIRITS.
        • DCCCXXIV.—AN EXPLANATION.
        • DCCCXXV.—IMPROMPTU BY R.B. SHERIDAN.
        • DCCCXXVI.—LAW AND PHYSIC.
        • DCCCXXVII.—IMPROMPTU.
        • DCCCXXVIII.—NOTIONS OF HAPPINESS.
        • DCCCXXIX.—A FORGETFUL MAN.
        • DCCCXXX.—REPUTATION.
        • DCCCXXXI.—AN UNFORTUNATE LOVER.
        • DCCCXXXII.—EPIGRAM.
        • DCCCXXXIII.—A BAD LOT.
        • DCCCXXXIV.—FILIAL AFFECTION.
        • DCCCXXXV.—LEG WIT.
        • DCCCXXXVI.—EPIGRAM ON DR. GLYNN'S BEAUTY.
        • DCCCXXXVII.—A SINECURE.
        • DCCCXXXVIII.—A GOOD JAIL DELIVERY.
        • DCCCXXXIX.—WHERE IS THE AUDIENCE?
        • DCCCXL.—KNOWING BEST.
        • DCCCXLI.—AGRICULTURAL EXPERIENCES.
        • DCCCXLII.—PARLIAMENTARY REPRIMAND.
        • DCCCXLIII.—A STOP WATCH.
        • DCCCXLIV.—SIR ANTHONY MALONE.
        • DCCCXLV.—THE ORATORS.
        • DCCCXLVI.—MODERN ACTING.
        • DCCCXLVII.—FEW FRIENDS.
        • DCCCXLVIII.—DIFFIDENCE.
        • DCCCXLIX.—"ESSAY ON MAN."
        • DCCCL.—IN-DOOR RELIEF.
        • DCCCLI.—HIGHLAND POLITENESS.
        • DCCCLII.—AN ODD QUESTION.
        • DCCCLIII.—NOT INSURED AGAINST FIRE.
        • DCCCLIV.—NATURAL GRIEF.
        • DCCCLV.—A PROVERB REVERSED.
        • DCCCLVI.—A CLOSE ESCAPE.
        • DCCCLVII.—A HARD HIT.
        • DCCCLVIII.—THE TIME OUT OF JOINT.
        • DCCCLIX.—MONEY'S WORTH.
        • DCCCLX.—HIS WAY—OUT.
        • DCCCLXI.—A GROWL.
        • DCCCLXII.—A MODERN SCULPTOR.
        • DCCCLXIII.—A DIFFICULT TASK.
        • DCCCLXIV.—THE GOUTY SHOE.
        • DCCCLXV.—A LUSUS NATURÆ.
        • DCCCLXVI.—A CASE OF NECESSITY.
        • DCCCLXVII.—SPECIES AND SPECIE.
        • DCCCLXVIII.—DR. JOHNSON.
        • DCCCLXIX.—THE POET FOILED.
        • DCCCLXX.—A COMEDIAN AND A LAWYER.
        • DCCCLXXI.—VICE VERSA.
        • DCCCLXXII.—NOTHING PERSONAL.
        • DCCCLXXIII.—A HINT FOR GENEALOGISTS.
        • DCCCLXXIV.—A MISTAKE.
        • DCCCLXXV.—AN IMPOSSIBLE RENUNCIATION.
        • DCCCLXXVI.—THE HUMANE SOCIETY AT AN EVENING PARTY.
        • DCCCLXXVII.—A PROUD HEART.
        • DCCCLXXVIII.—SENT HOME FREE.
        • DCCCLXXIX.—CHARLES II. AND MILTON.
        • DCCCLXXX.—WHOSE?
        • DCCCLXXXI.—"PUPPIES NEVER SEE TILL THEY ARE NINE DAYS OLD."
        • DCCCLXXXII.—EPIGRAM.
        • DCCCLXXXIII.—CONFIDENCE—TAKEN FROM THE FRENCH.
        • DCCCLXXXIV.—BETTER KNOWN THAN TRUSTED.
        • DCCCLXXXV.—WILL AND THE WAY.
        • DCCCLXXXVI.—A REASONABLE EXCUSE.
        • DCCCLXXXVII.—BEWICK, THE ENGRAVER.
        • DCCCLXXXVIII.—SUMMARY DECISION.
        • DCCCLXXXIX.—A DISAPPOINTING SUBSCRIBER.
        • DCCCXC.—HABEAS CORPUS ACT.
        • DCCCXCI.—A RUNAWAY KNOCK.
        • DCCCXCII.—COMMON POLITENESS.
        • DCCCXCIII.—THE WHEEL OF FORTUNE.
        • DCCCXCIV.—A SOPORIFIC.
        • DCCCXCV.—CHARITABLE WIT.
        • DCCCXCVI.—USE IS SECOND NATURE.
        • DCCCXCVII.—EPIGRAM.
        • DCCCXCVIII.—LIQUID REMEDY FOR BALDNESS.
        • DCCCXCIX.—AN INGENIOUS DEVICE.
        • CM.—THE REBEL LORDS.
        • CMI.—A CHANGE FOR THE BETTER.
        • CMII.—THE DIRECT ROAD.
        • CMIII.—A SUGGESTIVE PAIR OF GRAYS.
        • CMIV.—DR. JOHNSON'S OPINION OF MRS. SIDDONS.
        • CMV.—A GOOD NEIGHBOR.
        • CMVI.—AN EQUIVOCATION.
        • CMVII.—A WISE FOOL.
        • CMVIII.—ON A BALD HEAD.
        • CMIX.—LIE FOR LIE.
        • CMX.—A MAN WITHOUT A RIVAL.
        • CMXI.—ADVICE TO A DRAMATIST.
        • CMXII.—GARRICK AND FOOTE.
        • CMXIII.—NOTHING TO LAUGH AT.
        • CMXIV.—QUITE AGROUND.
        • CMXV.—A JUDGE IN A FOG.
        • CMXVI.—THE LETTER H.
        • CMXVII.—ONLY ENOUGH FOR ONE.
        • CMXVIII.—"THE RULING PASSION STRONG IN DEATH."
        • CMXIX.—EPIGRAM.
        • CMXX.—CUP AND SAUCER.
        • CMXXI.—A NEW READING.
        • CMXXII.—CONCEITED, BUT NOT SEATED.
        • CMXXIII.—STRANGE VESPERS.
        • CMXXIV.—A TRANSFORMATION SCENE.
        • CMXXV.—AN ACCEPTABLE DEPRIVATION.
        • CMXXVI.—ACCURATE DESCRIPTION.
        • CMXXVII.—SOLOMON'S TEMPLE.
        • CMXXVIII.—THE STAFFORDSHIRE COLLIERIES.
        • CMXXIX.—A POSER.
        • CMXXX.—MINDING HIS CUE.
        • CMXXXI.—EPIGRAM.
        • CMXXXII.—LATE AND EARLY.
        • CMXXXIII.—FAIR PLAY.
        • CMXXXIV.—SOMETHING LACKING.
        • CMXXXV.—THE HONEST MAN'S LITANY.
        • CMXXXVI.—THREE DEGREES OF COMPARISON.
        • CMXXXVII.—MEN OF LETTERS.
        • CMXXXVIII.—ELEGANT RETORT.
        • CMXXXIX.—SNUG LYING.
        • CMXL.—A PROPER ANSWER.
        • CMXLI.—GOOD HEARING.
        • CMXLII.—AN UNCONSCIOUS POSTSCRIPT.
        • CMXLIII.—HOAXING AN AUDIENCE.
        • CMXLIV.—THE SEASON-INGS.
        • CMXLV.—NOT AT HOME.
        • CMXLVI.—LINCOLN'S-INN DINNERS.
        • CMXLVII.—WHY ARE WOMEN BEARDLESS?
        • CMXLVIII.—COOL RETORT.
        • CMXLIX.—LYING.
        • CML.—PERTINENT INQUIRY.
        • CMLI.—A POLITE REBUKE.
        • CMLII.—A CERTAIN CROP.
        • CMLIII.—GOOD ADVICE.
        • CMLIV.—MR. THELWALL.
        • CMLV.—CHEAP AT THE MONEY.
        • CMLVI.—A QUERY FOR MR. BABBAGE.
        • CMLVII.—A BACK-HANDED HIT.
        • CMLVIII.—THINGS BY THEIR RIGHT NAMES.
        • CMLIX.—A FAVORITE AIR.
        • CMLX.—A GOOD JOKE.
        • CMLXI.—ONE THING AT A TIME.
        • CMLXII.—TROPHIES.
        • CMLXIII.—"BRIEF LET IT BE."
        • CMLXIV.—GOOD ADVICE.
        • CMLXV.—EXPECTORATION.
        • CMLXVI.—A COAT-OF-ARMS.
        • CMLXVII.—DR. SIMS.
        • CMLXVIII.—MARRIAGE.
        • CMLXIX.—BENEFIT OF COMPETITION.
        • CMLXX.—INDUSTRY AND PERSEVERANCE.
        • CMLXXI.—QUANTUM SUFF.
        • CMLXXII.—LAMB AND SHARP SAUCE.
        • CMLXXIII.—AN IRISHMAN'S PLEA.
        • CMLXXIV.—ACCOMMODATING.
        • CMLXXV.—GENEROSITY AND PRUDENCE.
        • CMLXXVI.—ODD REASON.
        • CMLXXVII.—VERY EVIDENT.
        • CMLXXVIII.—OMINOUS, VERY!
        • CMLXXIX.—A REVERSE.
        • CMLXXX.—ON AN M.P. WHO RECENTLY GOT HIS ELECTION AT THE SACRIFICE OF HIS POLITICAL CHARACTER.
        • CMLXXXI.—MUSICAL TASTE.
        • CMLXXXII.—LINGUAL INFECTION.
        • CMLXXXIII.—PORSON versus DR. JOWETT.
        • CMLXXXIV.—BREVITY OF CHARITY.
        • CMLXXXV.—HIGH GAMING.
        • CMLXXXVI.—HARD OF DIGESTION.
        • CMLXXXVII.—A MONSTER.
        • CMLXXXVIII.—SAILOR'S WEDDING.
        • CMLXXXIX.—QUID PRO QUO.
        • CMXC.—THE TRUTH BY ACCIDENT.
        • CMXCI.—ENCOURAGEMENT.
        • CMXCII.—FALSE ESTIMATE.
        • CMXCIII.—AMERICAN PENANCE.
        • CMXCIV.—A MONEY-LENDER.
        • CMXCV.—A BAD MEDIUM.
        • CMXCVI.—TAKING A HINT.
        • CMXCVII.—SWEARING THE PEACE.
        • CMXCVIII.—THE RULING PASSION.
        • CMXCIX.—A SANITARY AIR.
        • M.—GRAFTING.
        • MI.—A SHORT CREED.
        • MII.—IN THE DARK.
        • MIII.—NOT TO BE TEMPTED.
        • MIV.—QUITE POETICAL.
        • MV.—CORPORATION POLITENESS.
        • MVI.—A COMMON WANT.
        • MVII.—LARGE, BUT NOT LARGE ENOUGH.
        • MVIII.—HENRY ERSKINE.
        • MIX.—EPITAPH ON A MISER.
        • MX.—SMART REPLY.
        • MXI.—CALUMNY.
        • MXII.—LOVE.
        • MXIII.—ANY CHANGE FOR THE BETTER.
        • MXIV.—TOO FAST.
        • MXV.—A REVERSE JOKE.
        • MXVI.—A TRANSPORTING SUBJECT.
        • MXVII.—HARD-WARE.
        • MXVIII.—PAINTING AND MEDICINE.
        • MXIX.—DOGMATISM
        • MXX.—SALAD.
        • MXXI.—ACTOR.
        • MXXII.—EPIGRAM.
        • MXXIII.—CANDID ON BOTH SIDES.
        • MXXIV.—CARROTS CLASSICALLY CONSIDERED.
        • MXXV.—DOING HOMAGE.
        • MXXVI.—SYDNEY SMITH SOPORIFIC.
        • MXXVII.—EPIGRAM.
        • MXXVIII.—GOOD AT A PINCH.
        • MXXIX.—EPIGRAM.
        • MXXX.—WILKES'S READY REPLY.
        • MXXXI.—TOO GRATEFUL.
        • MXXXII.—THE POETS TO CERTAIN CRITICS.
        • MXXXIII.—ODD HOUSEKEEPING.
        • MXXXIV.—TELLING ONE'S AGE.
        • MXXXV.—POT VALIANT.
        • MXXXVI.—CAUSE AND EFFECT.
        • MXXXVII.—A BAD PREACHER.
        • MXXXVIII.—ON ROGERS THE POET, WHO WAS EGOTISTICAL.
        • MXXXIX.—A POSER.
        • MXL.—A QUIET DOSE.
        • MXLI.—THE DANCING PRELATES.
        • MXLII.—AURICULAR CONFESSION.
        • MXLIII.—A DRY FELLOW.
        • MAXILLA.—GOOD EVIDENCE.
        • AXLE.—EPITAPH UPON PETER STAGGS.
        • MXLVI.—QUIN AND THE PARSON.
        • MXLVII.—NATURAL ANTIPATHY.
        • MXLVIII.—NOT NECESSARY.
        • MXLIX.—ASSURANCE AND INSURANCE.
        • ML.—CROMWELL.
        • MLI.—BILL PAID IN FULL.
        • MLII.—WOMEN.
        • MLIII.—THE DEVIL'S OWN.
        • MLIV.—WHIST-PLAYING.
        • MLV.—A CRUEL CASE.
        • MLVI.—ON SHELLEY'S POEM, "PROMETHEUS UNBOUND."
        • MLVII.—WRITING TREASON.
        • MLVIII.—A GRACEFUL ILLUSTRATION.
        • MLIX.—IMPROMPTU.
        • MLX.—IN THE BACKGROUND.
        • MLXI.—IN WANT OF A HUSBAND.
        • MLXII.—THREE ENDS TO A ROPE.
        • MLXIII.—THE REASON WHY.
        • MLXIV.—PERSONALITIES OF GARRICK AND QUIN.
        • MLXV.—BARK AND BITE.
        • MLXVI.—A PRESSING REASON.
        • MLXVII.—SMALL WIT.
        • MLXVIII.—EPIGRAM ON A STUDENT BEING PUT OUT OF COMMONS FOR MISSING CHAPEL.
        • MLXIX.—MAKING PROGRESS.
        • MLXX.—THE WOOLSACK.
        • MLXXI.—SIR THOMAS COULSON.
        • MLXXII.—THROW PHYSIC TO THE DOGS!
        • MLXXIII.—MOTHERLY REMARK.
        • MLXXIV.—TOO GOOD.
        • MLXXV.—A BALANCE.
        • MLXXVI.—MONEY'S WORTH.
        • MLXXVII.—ON MR. GULLY BEING RETURNED M.P. FOR PONTEFRACT.
        • MLXXVIII.—WRITING FOR THE STAGE.
        • MLXXIX.—A COMPARISON.
        • MLXXX.—GAMBLING.
        • MLXXXI.—SWEEPS.
        • MLXXXII.—SELF-CONCEIT.
        • MLXXXIII.—JAMES SMITH AND JUSTICE HOLROYD.
        • MLXXXIV.—A GOOD INVESTMENT.
        • MLXXXV.—THE AGED YOUNG LADY.
        • MLXXXVI—KEEPING TIME.
        • MLXXXVII.—ENTERING THE LISTS.
        • MLXXXVIII.—NOT IMPORTUNATE.
        • MLXXXIX.—WITTY COWARD.
        • MXC.—PRIORITY.
        • MXCI.—SHOULD NOT SILENCE GIVE CONSENT?
        • MXCII.—CHARACTERISTICS.
        • MXCIII.—AN ERROR CORRECTED.
        • MXCIV.—A MYSTERY CLEARED UP.
        • MXCV.—BRAHAM AND KENNEY.
        • MXCVI.—HOW TO ESCAPE TAXATION.
        • MXCVII.—A BED OF—WHERE?
        • MXCVIII.—ENVY.
        • MXCIX.—A SLIGHT DIFFERENCE.
        • MC.—MORE HONORED IN THE BREACH.
        • MCI.—"YOU'LL GET THERE BEFORE I CAN TELL YOU."
        • MCII.—ON MR. MILTON, THE LIVERY STABLE-KEEPER.
        • MCIII.—A LONG RESIDENCE.
        • MCIV.—SPARE THE ROD.
        • MCV.—POLITICAL SINECURE.
        • MCVI.—EPIGRAM ON A PETIT-MAÎTRE PHYSICIAN.
        • MCVII.—DAMPED ARDOR.
        • MCVIII.—ELLISTON AND GEORGE IV.
        • MCIX.—TRUTH AND FICTION.
        • MCX.—A REASONABLE REFUSAL.
        • MCXI.—LORD NORTH'S DROLLERY.
        • MCXII.—INCAPACITY.
        • MCXIII.—EPIGRAM.
        • MCXIV.—VALUE OF NOTHING.
        • MCXV.—THE RIGHT ORGAN.
        • MCXVI.—MIND YOUR POINTS.
        • MCXVII.—REASONS FOR DRINKING.
        • MCXVIII.—NO MATTER WHAT COLOR.
        • MCXIX.—AN ODD OCCURRENCE.
        • MCXX.—A DANGEROUS GENERALIZATION.
        • MCXXI.—NOSCE TE IPSUM.
        • MCXXII.—VERA CANNIE.
        • MCXXIII.—TIMELY AID.
        • MCXXIV.—WHIST.
        • MCXXV.—HENRY ERSKINE.
        • MCXXVI.—THE ABBEY CHURCH AT BATH.
        • MCXXVII.—TOO MUCH AND TOO LITTLE.
        • MCXXVIII.—SHARP, IF NOT PLEASANT.
        • MCXXIX.—AN EAST INDIAN CHAPLAINCY.
        • MCXXX.—CONSTANCY.
        • MCXXXI.—EPIGRAM.
        • MCXXXII.—SPEAKING OF SAUSAGES.
        • MCXXXIII.—BRINGING HIS MAN DOWN.
        • MCXXXIV.—A PERFECT BORE.
        • MCXXXV.—TOO CIVIL BY HALF.
        • MCXXXVI.—"OUR LANDLADY."
        • MCXXXVII.—THE CHURCH IN THE WAY.
        • MCXXXVIII.—SAVING TIME.
        • MCXXXIX.—THE YOUNG IDEA.
        • MCXL.—EPIGRAM.
        • MCXLI.—EPITAPHS.
        • MCXLII.—NATIONAL PREJUDICE.
        • MCXLIII.—GRANDILOQUENCE.
        • MCXLIV.—THE LETTER C.
        • MCXLV.—PRACTICAL RETORT.
        • MCXLVI.—AN AGREEABLE PRACTICE.
        • MCXLVII.—A REASON FOR RUNNING AWAY.
        • MCXLVIII.—LEGAL EXTRAVAGANCE.
        • MCXLIX.—A CLAIM ON THE COUNTRY.
        • MCL.—PLAIN SPEAKING.
        • MCLL.—THE PLURAL NUMBER.
        • MCLII.—MAULE-PRACTICE.
        • MCLIII.—VERY LIKELY.
        • MCLIV.—MUCH ALIKE.
        • MCLV.—A GOOD WIFE.
        • MCLVI.—WELLINGTON SURPRISED.
        • MCLVII.—TOO CLEVER.
        • MCLVIII.—A LIGHT JOKE.
        • MCLIX.—A REBUKE.
        • MCLX.—A MODEL PHILANTHROPIST.
        • MCLXI.—GREAT CABBAGE.
        • MCLXII.—TRUE AND FALSE.
        • MCLXIII.—NOT QUITE CORRECT.
        • MCLXIV.—A FOOL CONFIRMED.
        • MCLXV.—PLEASANT.
        • MCLXVI.—ALERE FLAMMAN.
        • MCLXVII.—ORATORY.
        • MCLXVIII.—SOLDIERS' WIVES.
        • MCLXIX.—NO JOKE.
        • MCLXX.—A GOOD LIKENESS.
        • MCLXXI.—CUTTING AN ACQUAINTANCE.
        • MCLXXII.—VERY SHOCKING, IF TRUE.
        • MCLXXIII.—IMPOSSIBLE IN THE EVENING.
        • MCLXXIV.—A GOOD APPETITE.
        • MCLXXV.—SHORT-SIGHTED.
        • MCLXXVI.—AN ADVANTAGEOUS TITHE.
        • MCLXXVI I.—TRUTH versus POLITENESS.
        • MCLXXVIII.—A NEW VIEW.
        • MCLXXIX.—THE ONE-SPUR HORSEMAN.
        • MCLXXX.—A PHILOSOPHICAL REASON.
        • MCLXXXI.—A PLAY UPON WORDS.
        • MCLXXXII.—JEMMY GORDON.
        • MCLXXXIII.—SETTING UP AND SITTING DOWN.
        • MCLXXXIV.—A SETTLED POINT.
        • MCLXXXV.—JOLLY COMPANIONS.
        • MCLXXXVI.—PAYING IN KIND.
        • MCLXXXVII.—A FULL HOUSE.
        • MCLXXXVIII.—RATHER THE WORST HALF.
        • MCLXXXIX.—FORCE OF HABIT.
        • MCXC.—A WONDERFUL SIGHT.
        • MCXCI.—BURKE AND FOX.
        • MCXCII.—TRYING TO THE TEMPER.
        • MCXCIII.—HAVING A CALL.
        • MCXCIV.—A WILL AND AWAY.
        • MCXCV.—A WINDY MINISTER.
        • MCXCVI.—READY RECKONER.
        • MCXCVII.—A "DISTANT" FRIEND.
        • MCXCVIII.—TYPOGRAPHICAL WIT.
        • MCXCIX.—A NAMELESS MAN.
        • MCC.—AN INSURMOUNTABLE DIFFICULTY.
        • MCCI.—NON COMPOS.
        • MCCII.—TOO LIBERAL.
        • MCCIII.—A LITTLE RAIN.
        • MCCIV.—TRUE DIGNITY.
        • MCCV.—HOW TO GET RID OF AN ENEMY.
        • MCCVI.—SEVERE.
        • MCCVII.—NO SACRIFICE.
        • MCCVIII.—SHARP BOY.
        • MCCIX.—EARLY BIRDS OF PREY.
        • MCCX.—JUDGMENT.
        • MCCXI.—ON A LADY WHO WAS PAINTED.
        • MCCXII.—RATHER A-CURATE.
        • MCCXIII.—MONEY'S WORTH.
        • MCCXIV.—THE RICHMOND HOAX.
        • MCCX.V.—LORD CHATHAM.
        • MCCXVI.—"I CAN GET THROUGH."
        • MCCXVII.—MAKING FREE.
        • MCCXVIII.—FICTION AND TRUTH.
        • MCCXIX.—A TAVERN DINNER.
        • MCCXX.—A FULL STOP.
        • MCCXXI.—FAT AND LEAN.
        • MCCXXII.—SELF-CONDEMNATION.
        • MCCXXIII.—NICKNAMES.
        • MCCXXIV.—A CALCULATION.
        • MCCXXV.—ON THE PRICE OF ADMISSION TO SEE THE MAMMOTH HORSE.
        • MCCXXVI.—NOTHING BUT HEBREW.
        • MCCXXVII.—A GOOD RECOMMENDATION.
        • MCCXXVIII.—QUID PRO QUO.
        • MCCXXIX.—SERVANTS.
        • MCCXXX.—PLAIN ENOUGH.
        • MCCXXXI.—A POSER.
        • MCCXXXII.—TRUE CRITICISM.
        • MCCXXXIII.—ORIGIN OF THE TERM GROG.
        • MCCXXXIV.—WELL SAID.
        • MCCXXXV.—SLEEPING AT CHURCH.
        • MCCXXXVI.—SHERIDAN CONVIVIAL.
        • MCCXXXVII.—THE WORST OF TWO EVILS.
        • MCCXXXVIII.—QUID PRO QUO.
        • MCCXXXIX.—CREDIT.
        • MCCXL.—SEEING NOT BELIEVING.
        • MCCXLI.—SPIRIT OF A GAMBLER.
        • MCCXLII.—BURKE'S TEDIOUSNESS.
        • MCCXLIII.—VERY LIKE EACH OTHER.
        • MCCXLIV.—FORTUNATE STARS.
        • MCCXLV.—A NEW READING.
        • MCCXLVI.—QUITE AT EASE.
        • MCCXLVII.—CHARLES, DUKE OF NORFOLK.
        • MCCXLVIII.—CLEARING EMIGRANTS.
        • MCCXLIX.—PARLIAMENTARY CASE.
        • MCCL.—OUTLINE OF AN AMBASSADOR.
        • MCCLI.—NATURE AND ART.
        • MCCLII.—A COMPARISON.
        • MCCLIII.—THE SNUFF-BOX.
        • MCCLIV.—NOT SICK ENOUGH FOR THAT.
        • MCCLV.—A SEASONABLE JOKE.
        • MCCLVI.—GETTING A LIVING.
        • MCCLVII.—GOOD EYES.
        • MCCLVIII.—INDIFFERENCE TO LIFE.
        • MCCLIX.—A LAST RESOURCE.
        • MCCLX.—A DULL MAN.
        • MCCLXI.—WHITE TEETH.
        • MCCLXII.—A PLEASANT PARTNER.
        • MCCLXIII.—TWO CARRIAGES.
        • MCCLXIV.—EXCUSABLE FEAR.
        • MCCLXV.—COLERIDGE AND THELWALL.
        • MCCLXVI.—A FLASH OF WIT.
        • MCCLXVII.—LOST AND FOUND.
        • MCCLXVIII.—A MILITARY AXIOM.
        • MCCLXIX.—A FORCIBLE ARGUMENT.
        • MCCLXX.—NOT TO BE DONE BROWN.
        • MCCLXXI.—AN ODD NOTION.
        • MCCLXXII.—A SURE TAKE.
        • MCCLXXIII.—MR. TIERNEY'S HUMOR.
        • MCCLXXIV.—DIFFERENCE OF OPINION.
        • MCCLXXV.—ORTHOGRAPHY.
        • MCCLXXVI.—A SHORT JOURNEY.
        • MCCLXXVII.—LORD HOWE.
        • MCCLXXVIII.—RATHER ETHEREAL.
        • MCCLXXIX.—HENRY VIII.
        • MCCLXXX.—MELODRAMATIC HIT.
        • MCCLXXXI.—A LONG ILLNESS.
        • MCCLXXXII.—DIALOGUE IN THE WESTERN ISLANDS OF SCOTLAND.
        • MCCLXXXIII.—WHAT'S IN A NAME?
        • MCCLXXXIV.—TILLOTSON.
        • MCCLXXXV.—IMPORTANT TO BACHELORS.
        • MCCLXXXVI.—CHIN-SURVEYING.
        • MCCLXXXVII.—CHANGING HATS.
        • MCCLXXXVIII.—POWDER WITHOUT BALL.
        • MCCLXXXIX.—POPE'S LAST ILLNESS.
        • MCCXC.—OPPOSITE TEMPERS.
        • MCCXCI.—A CONJUGAL CONCLUSION.
        • MCCXCII.—A QUEER EXPRESSION.
        • MCCXCIII.—AN IRISHMAN'S NOTION OF DISCOUNT.
        • MCCXCIV.—A PARTICIPATION IN A PRACTICAL JOKE.
        • MCCXCV.—INGRATITUDE.
        • MCCXCVI.—A PREFIX.
        • MCCXCVII.—A GOOD MIXTURE.
        • MCCXCVIII.—SIR WALTER SCOTT'S PARRITCH-PAN.
        • MCCXCIX.—HORNE TOOKE AND WILKES.
        • MCCC.—A LITERARY RENDERING.
        • MCCCI.—TEMPERANCE CRUETS.
        • MCCCII.—DR GLYNN'S RECEIPT FOR DRESSING A CUCUMBER.
        • MCCCIII.—"WHAT'S A HAT WITHOUT A HEAD?"
        • MCCCIV.—SEVERE REBUKE.
        • MCCCV.—HORSES TO GRASS.
        • MCCCVI.—INADVERTENCE AND EPICURISM.
        • MCCCVII.—VERY TRUE.
        • MCCCVIII.—A JEW'S EYE TO BUSINESS.
        • MCCCIX.—ST. PETER A BACHELOR.
        • MCCCX.—TRUE OF BOTH.
        • MCCCXI.—A POSER.
        • MCCCXII.—VERY APPROPRIATE.
        • MCCCXIII.—A BAD JUDGE.
        • MCCCXIV.—WHITE HANDS.
        • MCCCXV.—TRUE TO THE LETTER.
        • MCCCXVI.—SIR WALTER SCOTT AND CONSTABLE.
        • MCCCXVII.—TRUE PHILOSOPHY.
        • MCCCXVIII.—ANSWERED AT ONCE.
        • MCCCXIX.—A DEADLY WEAPON.
        • MCCCXX.—EQUALITY OF THE LAW.
        • MCCCXXI.—OPEN CONFESSION.
        • MCCCXXII.—QUITE PROFESSIONAL.
        • MCCCXXIII.—ON DR. LETTSOM.
        • MCCCXXIV.—EQUITABLE LAW.
        • MCCCXXV.—IRISH AND SCOTCH LOYALTY.
        • MCCCXXVI.—RUNNING ACCOUNTS.
        • MCCCXXVII.—ON BLOOMFIELD, THE POET.
        • MCCCXXVIII.—SCOTCHMAN AND HIGHWAYMEN.
        • MCCCXXIX.—IRISH IMPRUDENCE.
        • MCCCXXX.—THE PIGS AND THE SILVER SPOON.
        • MCCCXXXI.—A FALSE FACE TRUE.
        • MCCCXXXII.—A CONSIDERATE MAYOR.
        • MCCCXXXIII.—THE SAFE SIDE.
        • MCCCXXXIV.—VISIBLY LOSING.
        • MCCCXXXV.—REASON FOR THICK ANKLES.
        • MCCCXXXVI.—ERASMUS VERSUS LUTHER.
        • MCCCXXXVII.—SOMETHING TO BE PROUD OF.
        • MCCCXXXVIII.—FAIRLY WON.
        • MCCCXXXIX.—A FORTUNATE EXPEDIENT.
        • MCCCXL.—ON THE FOUR GEORGES.
        • MCCCXLI.—WHAT EVERYBODY DOES.
        • MCCCXLII.—WHAT IS AN ARCHDEACON?
        • MCCCXLIII.—"ON MR. PITT'S BEING PELTED BY THE MOB, ON LORD MAYOR'S DAY, 1787."
        • MCCCXLIV.—LATIMER.
        • MCCCXLV.—EXCUSE FOR COWARDICE.
        • MCCCXLVI.—A NEW IDEA.
        • MCCCXLVII—THE POOR CURATE.
        • MCCCXLVIII.—NEIGHBORLY POLITENESS.
        • MCCCXLIX.—A HEAVY WEIGHT.
        • MCCCL.—A SYLLABIC DIFFERENCE.
        • MCCCLI.—"SINKING" THE WELL.
        • MCCCLII.—ON A GENTLEMAN NAMED HEDDY.
        • MCCCLIII.—THE WAY TO KEW.
        • MCCCLIV.—ABOVE PROOF.
        • MCCCLV.—AWKWARD ORTHOGRAPHY.
        • MCCCLVI.—MISS WILBERFORCE.
        • MCCCLVII.—WRITTEN ON THE UNION, 1801, BY A BARRISTER OF DUBLIN.
        • MCCCLVIII.—A COOL PROPOSITION.
        • MCCCLIX.—A PROPER NAME.
        • MCCCLX.—THE GRANDSON.
        • MCCCLXI.—AN UNANSWERABLE ARGUMENT.
        • MCCCLXII.—TO LADY, MOUNT E——, ON THE DEATH OF A FAVORITE PIG.
        • MCCCLXIII.—NATURAL.
        • MCCCLXIV.—BROTHERLY LOVE.
        • MCCCLXV.—A DISTRESSFUL DENOUEMENT.
        • MCCCLXVI.—CONSERVATIVE LOGIC.
        • MCCCLXVII.—THE BEST WINE.
        • MCCCLXVIII.—A VALUABLE BEAVER.
        • MCCCLXIX.—SOMETHING TO POCKET.
        • MCCCLXX.—UP AND DOWN.
        • MCCCLXXI.—A POOR SUBSTITUTE.
        • MCCCLXXII.—OUT OF SPIRITS.
        • MCCCLXXIII.—GOOD AT THE HALT.
        • MCCCLXXIV.—AN EASY WAY.
        • MCCCLXXV.—ERUDITE.
        • MCCCLXXVI.—VERY EASY.
        • MCCCLXXVII.—A WINNER AT CARDS.
        • MCCCLXXVIII.—EPIGRAM.
        • MCCCLXXIX.—AN INCONVENIENT BREAK DOWN.
        • MCCCLXXX.—SMALL TALK.
        • MCCCLXXXI.—RATHER FEROCIOUS.
        • MCCCLXXXII.—ONLY FOR LIFE.
        • MCCCLXXXIII.—AN OUTLINE.
        • MCCCLXXXIV.—ON SIR WALTER SCOTT'S POEM OF WATERLOO.
        • MCCCLXXXV.—UGLY TRADES.
        • MCCCLXXXVI.—A GOOD CHARACTER.
        • MCCCLXXXVII.—SENSIBILITY.
        • MCCCLXXXVIII.—PATIENCE.
        • MCCCLXXXIX.—WHAT'S MY THOUGHT LIKE?
        • MCCCXC.—NOT GIVING HIMSELF "AIRS."
        • MCCCXCI.—A BARBER SHAVED BY A LAWYER.
        • MCCCXCII.—A MAN OF METAL.
        • MCCCXCIII.—SPECIMEN OF THE LACONIC.
        • MCCCXCIV.—A DROP.
        • MCCCXCV.—ERROR IN JUDGMENT.
        • MCCCXCVI.—THE SUPERIORITY OF MACHINERY.
        • MCCCXCVII.—THE MONEY-BORROWER DECEIVED.
        • MCCCXCVIII.—A SPEAKING CANVAS.
        • MCCCXCIX.—INDUSTRY OF THE ENGLISH PEOPLE.
        • MCD.—OCULAR.
        • MCDI.—ON THE DISAPPOINTMENT OF THE WHIG ASSOCIATES OF THE PRINCE REGENT AT NOT OBTAINING OFFICE.
        • MCDII.—AN APT REPROOF.
        • MCDIII.—THE LAME BEGGAR.
        • MCDIV.—HOLLAND'S FUNERAL.
        • MCDV.—PRETTY.
        • MCDVI.—NOT IMPROBABLE.
        • MCDVII.—SOUGHT AND FOUND.
        • MCDVIII.—NO REDEEMING VIRTUE.
        • MCDIX.—A REMARKABLE ECHO.
        • MCDX.—A DUTIFUL DAUGHTER.
        • MCDXI.—A PERTINENT QUESTION.
        • MCDXII.—A SOPORIFIC.
        • MCDXIII.—THE AMENDE HONORABLE.
        • MCDXIV.—ALLEGORICAL REPRESENTATION.
        • MCDXV.—MILITARY ELOQUENCE.
        • MCDXVI.—CUTTING OFF THE SUPPLIES.
        • MCDXVII.—EPIGRAM.
        • MCDXVIII.—A FOWL JOKE.
        • MCDXIX.—AN EXPENSIVE TRIP.
        • MCDXX.—OLD FRIENDS.
        • MCDXXI.—A REASON.
        • MCDXXII.—HONOR.
        • MCDXXIII.—JUST AS WONDERFUL.
        • MCDXXIV.—CHARITY BEGINS AT HOME.
        • MCDXXV.—QUESTION ANSWERED.
        • MCDXXVI.—VERY LIKELY.
        • MCDXXVII.—INQUEST EXTRAORDINARY.
        • MCDXXVIII.—A GRUNT.
        • MCDXXIX.—ONE FAULT.
        • MCDXXX.—TO THE "COMING" MAN.
        • MCDXXXI.—NOTHING TO BOAST OF.
        • MCDXXXII.—COLONIAL BREWERIES.
        • MCDXXXIII.—A CLOSER.
        • MCDXXXIV.—THE FOOL OR KNAVE.
        • MCDXXXV.—KNOWING HIS MAN.
        • MCDXXXVI.—A GOOD REASON FOR A BAD CAUSE.
        • MCDXXXVII.—SELF-APPLAUSE.
        • MCDXXXVIII.—A WOODEN JOKE.
        • MCDXXXIX.—AN OLD ADAGE REFUTED.
        • MCDXL.—THEATRICAL PURGATIONS.
        • MCDXLI.—ALL THE SAME.
        • MCDXLII.—THE PRINCIPLE OF GOVERNMENTS.
        • MCDXLIII.—DR. WALCOT'S APPLICATION FOR SHIELD'S IVORY OPERA PASS.
        • MCDXLIV.—COOKING HIS GOOSE.
        • MCDXLV.—TAKE WARNING!
        • MCDXLVI.—"THE WIDE, WIDE SEA."
        • MCDXLVII.—CONDITIONAL AGREEMENT.
        • MCDXLVIII.—ON A SQUINTING POETESS.
        • MCDXLIX.—A NEAT SUGGESTION.
        • MCDL.—SCOTCH "WUT."
        • MCDLI.—WHERE IT CAME FROM.
        • MCDLII.—QUIN AND CHARLES I.
        • MCDLIII.—TIMELY FLATTERY.
        • MCDLIV.—EPIGRAM ON TWO CONTRACTORS.
        • MCDLV.—TRAVELLERS SEE STRANGE THINGS.
        • MCDLVI.—AN UNCONSCIOUS INSULT.
        • MCDLVII.—A CLOSE TRANSLATION.
        • MCDLVIII.—NEW RELATIONSHIP.
        • MCDLIX.—ONLY A NINEPIN.
        • MCDLX.—DR. WALCOT'S REQUEST FOR IVORY TICKETS, SENT TO SHIELD, THE COMPOSER.
        • MCDLXI.—DIFFICULTIES IN EITHER CASE.
        • MCDLXII.—A PROFESSIONAL AIM.
        • MCDLXIII.—FLYING COLORS.
        • MCDLXIV.—AN ENTERTAINING PROPOSITION.
        • MCDLXV.—UNION OF OPPOSITES.
        • MCDLXVI.—EPIGRAM.
        • MCDLXVII.—AN UNTAXED LUXURY.
        • MCDLXVIII.—A DEAR SPEAKER.
        • MCDLXIX.—ABSURDLY LOGICAL.
        • MCDLXX.—PROOF POSITIVE.
        • MCDLXXI.—PLAYER, OR LORD.
        • MCDLXXII.—IN MEMORIAM.
        • MCDLXXIII.—PRIME'S PRESERVATIVE.
        • MCDLXXIV.—A SHARP BRUSH.
        • MCDLXXV.—NOT SO "DAFT" AS REPUTED.
        • MCDLXXVI.—PICKING POCKETS.
        • MCDLXXVII.—HUSBANDING HIS RESOURCES.
        • MCDLXXVIII.—SMOOTHING IT DOWN.
        • MCDLXXIX.—MAKING FREE WITH THE WAIST.
        • MCDLXXX.—A HOPELESS INVASION.
        • MCDLXXXI.—DROLL TO ORDER.
        • MCDLXXXII.—MEN OF WEIGHT.
        • MCDLXXXIII.—CHEMICAL ODDITY.
        • MCDLXXXIV.—AN APISH RESEMBLANCE.
        • MCDLXXXV.—HE WHO SUNG "THE LAYS OF ANCIENT ROME."
        • MCDLXXXVI.—DEATH-BED FORGIVENESS.
        • MCDLXXXVII.—A REASONABLE PREFERENCE.
        • MCDLXXXVIII.—A DEAR BARGAIN.
        • MCDLXXXIX.—SUGGESTIVE REPUDIATION.
        • MCDXC.—NO INTRUSION.
        • MCDXCI.—EXPERIMENTUM CRUCIS.
        • MCDXCII.—NOT AT ALL ANXIOUS.
        • MCDXCIII.—ODD HUMOR.
        • MCDXCIV.—A TICKLISH OPENING.
        • MCDXCV.—THE REPUBLIC OF LETTERS.
        • MCDXCVI.—AN OFFENSIVE PREFERENCE.
        • MCDXCVII.—SELF-CONDEMNATION.
        • MCDXCVIII.—AN ILLEGAL INDORSEMENT.
        • MCDXCIX.—A PLUMPER.
        • MD.—A PAINFUL EXAMINATION.
        • MDI.—BUSINESS AND PLEASURE.
        • MDII.—INFORMATION EASILY ACQUIRED.
        • MDIII.—A WALKING STICK.
        • MDIV.—CHARITY AND INCONVENIENCE.
        • MDV.—A REASON FOR BELIEF.
        • MDVI.—OPENLY.
        • MDVII.—PAINTED CHARMS.
        • MDVIII.—ON THE SPOT.
        • MDIX.—MR. ERSKINE'S FIRMNESS.
        • MDX.—A SHUFFLING ANSWER.
        • MDXI.—THE DEBT PAID.
        • MDXII.—A UTILITARIAN INQUIRY.
        • MDXIII.—AN OBJECTIONABLE PROCESS.
        • MDXIV.—EPIGRAM.
        • MDXV.—A DREADFUL SUSPICION.
        • MDXVI.—A FAMILIAR FRIEND.
        • MDXVII.—NO MUSIC IN HIS SOUL.
        • MDXVIII.—PROFESSIONAL CANDOR.
        • MDXIX.—TELL IT NOT IN ENGLAND.
        • MDXX.—FASHION AND VIRTUE.
        • MDXXI.—PROFESSIONAL COMPANIONS.
        • MDXXII.—WHY MASTER OF THE HOUSE.
        • MDXXIII.—PRECAUTIONARY.
        • MDXXIV.—A LATE DISCOVERER.
        • MDXXV.—LINES TO O'KEEFE.
        • MDXXVI.—PROFESSION AND PRACTICE.
        • MDXXVII.—A RISKFUL ADVENTURE.
        • MDXXVIII.—WONDERFUL UNANIMITY.
        • MDXXIX.—A MICHAELMAS MEETING.
        • MDXXX.—A TYPOGRAPHICAL TRANSFER.
        • MDXXXI.—EPIGRAM.
        • MDXXXII.—GOING TO EXTREMES.
        • MDXXXIII.—SILENT APPRECIATION.
        • MDXXXIV.—JUSTICE MIDAS.
        • MDXXXV.—A SIGNIFICANT DIFFERENCE.
        • MDXXXVI.—LAW AND PHYSIC.
        • MDXXXVII.—EUCLID REFUTED.
        • MDXXXVIII.—KEEPING IT TO HIMSELF.
        • MDXXXIX.—CLASSICAL WIT.
        • MDXL.—A PREFERABLE WAY.
        • MDXLI.—A STOUT SWIMMER.
        • MDXLII.—A CHOICE OF EVILS.
        • MDXLIII.—RESTING HERSELF.
        • MDXLIV.—A CHARTIST NOT A LEVELLER.
        • MDXLV.—DEATH AND DR. BOLUS.
        • MDXLVI.—AN EVASION.
        • MDXLVII.—GOING FROM THE POINT.
        • MDXLVIII.—DEFINING A CREED.
        • MDXLIX.—A BIT OF MOONSHINE.
        • MDL.—EPIGRAM.
        • MDLI.—A KIND HINT.
        • MDLII.—PRIEST'S ORDERS.
        • MDLIII.—SHERIDAN AND BURKE.
        • MDLIV.—ALWAYS THE BETTER.
        • MDLV.—A PUNGENT PINCH.
        • MDLVI.—"OFF WITH HIS HEAD."
        • MDLVII.—ON A GREAT TALKER.
        • MDLVIII.—DRY HUMOR.
        • MDLIX.—CHANGE FOR A GUINEA.
        • MDLX.—AS BLACK AS HE COULD BE PAINTED.
        • MDLXI.—A MAN AND A BROTHER.
        • MDLXII.—PULLING UP A POET.
        • MDLXIII.—AN HONOR TO TIPPERARY.
        • MDLXIV.—WITTY THANKSGIVING.
        • MDLXV.—A REASON FOR NOT MOVING.
        • MDLXVI.—KILLED BY HIS OWN REMEDY.
        • MDLXVII.—NOTHING SURPRISING.
        • MDLXVIII.—RUNNING NO RISK.
        • MDLXIX.—A HUMORIST PIQUED.
        • MDLXX.—NOT ROOM FOR A NEIGHBOR.
        • MDLXXI.—AN UNEXPECTED CANNONADE.
        • MDLXXII.—ON BUTLER'S MONUMENT.
        • MDLXXIII.—A WORD IN SEASON.
        • MDLXXIV.—"GETTING THE WORST OF IT."
        • MDLXXV.—A SATISFACTORY EXPLANATION.
        • MDLXXVI.—"I TAKES 'EM AS THEY COME."
        • MDLXXVU.—A CLIMAX.
        • MDLXXVIII.—BLANK CARTRIDGE.
        • MDLXXIX.—SERMONS IN STONES.
        • MDLXXX.—EARLY HABITS.
        • MDLXXXI.—LAW AND THE SCOTTISH THANE.
        • MDLXXXII.—NOT TO BE BELIEVED.
        • MDLXXXIII.—A REASON FOR POLYGAMY.
        • MDLXXXIV.—BYRON LIBELLOUS.
        • MDLXXXV.—A TERRIBLE POSSIBILITY.
        • MDLXXXVI.—ATTIRED TO TIRE.
        • MDLXXXVII.—A SMALL JOKE.
        • MDLXXXVIII.—A VAIN THREAT.
        • MDLXXXIX.—POOR LAW.
        • MDXC.—CAUSE AND EFFECT.
        • MDXCI.—A FAIR DISTRIBUTION.
        • MDXCII.—SOMETHING SHARP.
        • MDXCIII.—AN AFFECTIONATE HINT.
        • MDXCIV.—A SIMILE.
        • MDXCV.—A WIDE DIFFERENCE.
        • MDXCVI.—ASPIRING POVERTY.
        • MDXCVII.—A TENDER SUGGESTION.
        • MDXCVIII.—SUDDEN FREEDOM.
        • MDXCIX.—EPIGRAM.
        • MDC.—ANSWERING HER ACCORDING TO HER FOLLY.
        • MDCI.—THE SUN IN HIS EYE.
        • MDCII.—A BRIGHT REJOINDER.
        • MDCIII.—WELL TURNED.
        • MDCIV.—A QUICK LIE.
        • MDCV.—A MERRY THOUGHT.
        • MDCVI.—AN IMPUDENT WIT.
        • MDCVII.—WEARING AWAY.
        • MDCVIII.—A PERTINENT QUESTION.
        • MDCIX.—A BASE JOKE.
        • MDCX.—A WIDE-AWAKE MINISTER.
        • MDCXI.—ON CARDINAL WOLSEY.
        • MDCXII.—NOT FINDING HIMSELF.
        • MDCXIII.—A WITTY PROPOSITION.
        • MDCXIV.—A WARM MAN.
        • MDCXV.—LONG AGO.
        • MDCXVI.—AN UNLIKELY RESULT.
        • MDCXVII.—POLITICAL LOGIC.
        • MDCXVIII.—A WISE DECISION.
        • MDCXIX.—A POINT NEEDING TO BE SETTLED.
        • MDCXX.—A POOR LAUGH.
        • MDCXXI.—AN ANTICIPATED CALAMITY.
        • MDCXXII.—MATRIMONY.
        • MDCXXIII.—DRY, BUT NOT THIRSTY.
        • MDCXXIV.—SHAKESPEARIAN GROG.
        • MDCXXV.—A JURY CASE.
        • MDCXXVI.—SOMETHING TO BE GRATEFUL FOR.
        • MDCXXVII.—"THE RULING PASSION STRONG IN DEATH."
        • MDCXXVIII.—AN ENDLESS TASK.
        • MDCXXIX.—PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION.
        • MDCXXX.—A CELESTIAL VISION.
        • MDCXXXI.—DESTITUTION OF THE SMITH FAMILY.
        • MDCXXXII.—UNCIVIL WARNING.
        • MDCXXXIII.—AN INEVITABLE MISFORTUNE.
        • MDCXXXIV.—DONE FOR.
        • MDCXXXV.—A PROBLEM FOR TOTAL ABSTAINERS.
        • MDCXXXVI.—THE DOG TAX.
        • MDCXXXVII.—A PUN WITH AN IRISH ACCENT.
        • MDCXXXVIII.—A NEW WAY WITH ATTORNEYS.
        • MDCXXXIX.—THE DOUBT EXPLAINED.
        • MDCXL.—A YOKSHIRE BULL.
        • MDCXLI.—A ONE-SIDED JOKE.
        • MDCXLII.—TWO CURES FOR AGUE.
        • MDCXLIII.—A QUESTION OF DESCENT.
        • MDCXLIV.—PLEASANT FOR A FATHER.
        • MDCXLV.—A RULE OF PRACTICE.
        • MDCXLVI.—WITS AGREEING.
        • MDCXLVII.—LITERARY PASTIME.
        • MDCXLVIII.—A FREE TRANSLATION.
        • MDCXLIX.—AN EQUIVOCAL PREFERENCE.
        • MDCL.—RECIPROCAL ACTION.
        • MDCLI.—ACRES AND WISEACRES.
        • MDCLII.—AN UNEQUAL ARRANGEMENT.
        • MDCLIII.—A REASON FOR BEING TOO LATE.
        • MDCLIV.—COOL AS A CUCUMBER.
        • MDCLV.—AN AMPLE APOLOGY.
        • MDCLVI.—FUNERAL INVITATION.
        • MDCLVII.—A SUPERFLUOUS SCRAPER.
        • MDCLVIII.—COMPARATIVE VIRTUE.
        • MDCLIX.—GARTH AND ROWE.
        • MDCLX.—A SECRET DISCOVERED.
        • MDCLXI.—INTERESTED INQUIRY.
        • MDCLXII.—A BEARABLE PUN.
        • MDCLXIII.—CITY GLUTTON.
        • MDCLXIV.—A PRETTY REPLY.
        • MDCLXV.—A CONVENIENT THEORY.
        • MDCLXVI.—BUT ONE GOOD TRANSLATION.
        • MDCLXVII.—PHILIP, EARL OF STANHOPE.
        • MDCLXVIII.—RIGID IMPARTIALITY.
        • MDCLXIX.—WHITBREAD'S ENTIRE.
        • MDCLXX.—A FOOL AND HIS MONEY.
        • MDCLXXI.—A GRIM JOKE.
        • MDCLXXII.—INSURANCE ASSURANCE.
        • MDCLXXIII.—GENUINE LAZINESS.
        • MDCLXXIV.—CUTTING.
        • MDCLXXV.—GONE OUT.
        • MDCLXXVI.—A GOOD JUDGE.
        • MDCLXXVII.—MR. CHARLES YORKE.
        • MDCLXXVIII.—THE SALIC LAW
        • MDCLXXIX.—CHARLES JAMES FOX.
        • MDCLXXX.—PREFERMENT.
        • MDCLXXXI.—COMPLIMENTARY.
        • MDCLXXXII.—DR. DONNE.
        • MDCLXXXIII.—VULGARITY.
        • MDCLXXXIV.—AN EXPENSIVE JOB.
        • MDCLXXXV.—PROSINESS.
        • MDCLXXXVI.—A PLEASANT MESSAGE.
        • MDCLXXXVII.—EXISTENCE OF MATTER.
        • MDCLXXXVIII.—A SAUCY ANSWER.
        • MDCLXXXIX.—QUAINT EPITAPH.
        • MDCXC.—AN INHOSPITABLE IRISHMAN.
        • MDCXCI.—GOOD ENOUGH FOR A PIG.
        • MDCXCII.—FARCICAL.
        • MDCXCIII.—TOO MUCH AT ONCE.
        • MDCXCIV.—EPIGRAM.
        • MDCXCV.—POSSIBLE CENSORS.
        • MDCXCVI.—A CONNUBIAL COMPLIMENT.
        • MDCXCVII.—DOUBLE SIGHT.
        • MDCXCVIII.—WITTY AT HIS OWN EXPENSE.
        • MDCXCIX.—A CONVERSATIONAL EPIGRAM.
        • MDCC.—A PREVIOUS ENGAGEMENT.
        • MDCCI.—A ROYAL JEST.
        • MDCCII.—EXTREMELY SULPHUROUS.
        • MDCCIII.—A JOKE FROM THE NORTH.
        • MDCCIV.—MULTIPLYING ONE.
        • MDCCV.—AN AFFIRMATIVE EPIGRAM.
        • MDCCVI.—THE RULING PASSION.
        • MDCCVII.—INDIFFERENCE TO DEATH.
        • MDCCVIII.—SELF-INTEREST.
        • MDCCIX.—ALL THE DIFFERENCE.
        • MDCCX.—FOOTE'S LAST JOKE.
        • MDCCXI.—L'Envoy.
        • DINNER CODE.
      • II.—SOMETHING FOR DR. DARWIN.
      • III.—A BAD EXAMPLE.
      • IV.—A CONFIRMED INVALID.
      • V.—COMPARISONS ARE ODIOUS.
      • VI.—AN INSCRIPTION ON INSCRIPTIONS.
      • VII.—NO HARM DONE.
      • VIII.—BEARDING A BARBER.
      • IX.—CHANGING HIS COAT.
      • X.—GOOD ADVICE.
      • XI.—NEW RELATIONSHIP.
      • XII.—A SMALL INHERITANCE.
      • XIII.—A DIFFERENCE.
      • XIV.—THE LIGHT SUBJECT.
      • XV.—COMPLIMENTARY.
      • XVI.—A FAIR SUBSTITUTE.
      • XVII.—A CONSTITUTIONAL PUN.
      • XVIII.—A CONVERT.
      • XIX.—INCREDIBLE.
      • XX.—ALL THE DIFFERENCE.
      • XXI.—SPIRITUAL AND SPIRITUOUS.
      • XXII.—A WONDERFUL WOMAN.
      • XXIII.—A WISE SON WHO KNEW HIS OWN FATHER.
      • XXIV.—A WRITTEN CHARACTER.
      • XXV.—WELL MATCHED.
      • XXVI.—A PARDONABLE MISTAKE.
      • XXVII.—THREE CAUSES.
      • XXVIII.—THE CONNOISSEUR.
      • XXIX.—A SYMBOL.
      • XXX.—THE ONE THING WANTING.
      • XXXI.—A HORSE LAUGH.
      • XXXII.—ONE GOOD TURN DESERVES ANOTHER.
      • XXXIII.—A NOVEL COMPLAINT.
      • XXXIV.—A CONJUGAL CAUTION.
      • XXXV.—A PORTRAIT CAPITALLY EXECUTED.
      • XXXVI.—MATTER IN HIS MADNESS.
      • XXXVII.—PLEASANT INVITATION.
      • XXXVIII.—WELL-BRED HORSE.
      • XXXIX.—"ONE FOR HIS NOB."
      • XL.—SOUND AND FURY.
      • XLI.—COME OF AGE.
      • XLII.—A STRIKING NOTICE.
      • XLIII.—UP IN THE WORLD.
      • XLIV.—REVERSE OF CIRCUMSTANCES.
      • XLV.—A DOGGED ANSWER.
      • XLVI.—VISIBLE DARKNESS.
      • XLVII.—HIC-CUPPING.
      • XLVIII.—WORDS THAT BURN.
      • XLIX.—PASSING THE BOTTLE.
      • L.—"JUNIUS" DISCOVERED.
      • LI.—A WEAK WOMAN.
      • LII.—TOO MANY COOKS.
      • LIII.—LOOK IN HIS FACE.
      • LIV.—NOTHING BUT THE "BILL."
      • LV.—AN EXTINGUISHER.
      • LVI.—A BAD SHOT.
      • LVII.—WISE PRECAUTION.
      • LVIII.—A TRUMP CARD.
      • LIX.—MISTAKEN IDENTITY.
      • LX.—ALONE IN HIS GLORY.
      • LXI.—A CAPITAL LETTER.
      • LXII.—A GOOD PARSON.
      • LXIII.—SUBTRACTION AND ADDITION.
      • LXIV.—THE DOCTRINE OF CHANCES.
      • LXV.—A LATE EDITION.
      • LXVI.—VERSES WRITTEN ON A WINDOW IN THE HIGHLANDS OF SCOTLAND.
      • LXVII.—THREE TOUCHSTONES.
      • LXVIII.—A DIALOGUE.
      • LXIX.—BEAR AND VAN.
      • LXX.—EPITAPH FOR SIR JOHN VANBRUGH.
      • LXXI.—PROVING THEIR METAL.
      • LXXII.—A DISTANT PROSPECT.
      • LXXIII.—SOUND SLEEPER.
      • LXXIV.—A CHEAP CURE.
      • LXXV.—EPIGRAM.
      • LXXVI.—A GRAMMATICAL DISTINCTION.
      • LXXVII.—A BANKER'S CHECK.
      • LXXVIII.—A FILLIP FOR HIM.
      • LXXIX.—BLACK OILS.
      • LXXX.—A BAD CROP.
      • LXXXI.—A GRAVE DOCTOR.
      • LXXXII.—WASTE POWDER.
      • LXXXIII.—THE SADDLE ON THE RIGHT HORSE.
      • LXXXIV.—BLACK AND WHITE.
      • LXXXV.—HOME IS HOME.
      • LXXXVI.—A LIGHT STUDY.
      • LXXXVII.—A CLIMAX.
      • LXXXVIII.—SIMPLE DIVISION.
      • LXXXIX.—HERO-PHOBIA.
      • XC.—LYING CONSISTENTLY.
      • XCI.—NOT RIGHT.
      • XCII.—LIGHT-HEADED.
      • XCIII.—"HE LIES LIKE TRUTH."
      • XCIV.—HAND AND GLOVE.
      • XCV.—VAST DOMAIN.
      • XCVI.—MONEY RETURNED.
      • XCVII.—CHEESE AND DESSERT.
      • XCVIII.—VERY POINTED.
      • XCIX.—"THE MIXTURE AS BEFORE."
      • C.—COMPUTATION.
      • CI.—PRIMOGENITURE.
      • CII.—CHECK TO THE KING.
      • CIII.—A FALL IN MITRES.
      • CIV.—FALSE DELICACY.
      • CV.—A BAD HARVEST.
      • CVI.—PROOF IMPRESSION.
      • CVII.—NECK OR NOTHING.
      • CVIII.—ARCADIA.
      • CIX.—QUITE PERFECTION.
      • CX.—THE LATE MR. COLLINS.
      • CXI.—A FAMILY PARTY.
      • CXII.—CALF'S HEAD SURPRISED.
      • CXIII.—POPPING THE QUESTION.
      • CXIV.—SCANDALOUS.
      • CXV.—THE PRINCE OF ORANGE AND JUDGE JEFFERIES.
      • CXVI.—MODEST REQUEST.
      • CXVII.—CAP THIS.
      • CXVIII.—A PRETTY METAPHOR.
      • CXIX.—ON A STONE THROWN AT A VERY GREAT MAN, BUT WHICH MISSED HIM.
      • CXX.—A MAN OF LETTERS.
      • CXXI.—WELSH WIG-GING.
      • CXXII.—A SPRIG OF SHILLALAH.
      • CXXIII.—DOG-MATIC.
      • CXXIV.—FALSE QUANTITY.
      • CXXV.—IN SUSPENSE.
      • CXXVI.—PORSON'S VISIT TO THE CONTINENT.
      • CXXVII.—ARTIFICIAL HEAT.
      • CXXVIII.—OUTWARD APPEARANCE.
      • CXXIX.—THE TWO SMITHS.
      • CXXX.—SAGE ADVICE.
      • CXXXI.—THE PURSER.
      • CXXXII.—A FOREIGN ACCENT.
      • CXXXIII—EASY AS LYING.
      • CXXXIV.—NEW WAY TO PAY OLD DEBTS.
      • CXXXV.—EPIGRAM.
      • CXXXVI.—FLATTERY TURNED TO ADVANTAGE.
      • CXXXVII.—THE INTRUDER REBUKED.
      • CXXXVIII.—CRITICAL POLITENESS.
      • CXXXIX.—A GOOD PLACE.
      • CXL.—A CABAL.
      • CXLI.—THE FIRE OF LONDON.
      • CXLII.—A DOUBTFUL COMPLIMENT.
      • CXLIII.—AN HONEST HORSE.
      • CXLIV.—THE RETORT CUTTING.
      • CXLV.—ELEGANT COMPLIMENT.
      • CXLVI.—A LOVE SONG, BY DEAN SWIFT.
      • CXLVII.—BY THE SAME.
      • CXLVIII.—A HAPPY SUGGESTION.
      • CXLIX.—PLAYING ON A WORD.
      • CL.—AN EYE TO PROFIT.
      • CLI.—"OUT, BRIEF CANDLE."
      • CLII.—A.I.
      • CLIII.—QUALIFYING FOR BAIL.
      • CLIV.—BARRY'S POWERS OF PLEASING.
      • CLV.—EPIGRAM.
      • CLVI.—SENTENCE OF DEATH.
      • CLVII.—NATIVE WIT.
      • CLVIII.—WORTH THE MONEY.
      • CLIX.—SUITED TO HIS SUBJECT.
      • CLX.—NOT versus NOTT.
      • CLXI.—A COCKNEY EPIGRAM.
      • CLXII.—THE PINK OF POLITENESS.
      • CLXIII.—HIGH AND LOW.
      • CLXIV.—CITY LOVE.
      • CLXV.—INGENIOUS REPLY OF A SOLDIER.
      • CLXVI.—LORD CHESTERFIELD.
      • CLXVII.—SPECIAL PLEADING.
      • CLXVIII.—ON A NEW DUKE.
      • CLXIX.—THE ZODIAC CLUB.
      • CLXX.—QUIN'S SOLILOQUY ON SEEING THE EMBALMED BODY OF DUKE HUMPHREY, AT ST. ALBAN'S.
      • CLXXI.—STRIKING REPROOF.
      • CLXXII.—A PRETTY PICTURE.
      • CLXXIII.—UNKNOWN TONGUE.
      • CLXXIV.—DUNNING AND LORD MANSFIELD.
      • CLXXV.—EPIGRAM.
      • CLXXVI.—CHANGING HIS LINE.
      • CLXXVII.—TALL AND SHORT.
      • CLXXVIII.—AN ODD COMPARISON.
      • CLXXIX.—ON THE RIGHT SIDE.
      • CLXXX.—CAUSE OF ABSENCE.
      • CLXXXI.—THE SCOLD'S VOCABULARY.
      • CLXXXII.—A FAMILIAR ILLUSTRATION.
      • CLXXXIII.—HAPPINESS.
      • CLXXXIV.—TRANSPOSING A COMPLIMENT.
      • CLXXXV.—A HANDSOME CONTRIBUTION.
      • CLXXXVI.—WASTE OF TIME.
      • CLXXXVII.—SCOTCH SIMPLICITY.
      • CLXXXVIII.—TWOFOLD ILLUSTRATION.
      • CLXXXIX.—NAT LEE AND SIR ROGER L'ESTRANGE.
      • CXC.—MAIDS AND WIVES.
      • CXCI.—TRAGEDY MS.
      • CXCII.—A TRUE COURTIER.
      • CXCIII.—RARE VIRTUE.
      • CXCIV.—A POSER.
      • CXCV.—A SHEEPISH COMPLIMENT.
      • CXCVI.—CONSIDERABLE LATITUDE.
      • CXCVII.—FARMER AND ATTORNEY.
      • CXCVIII.—A WIFE AT FORTY.
      • CXCIX.—DISAPPROBATION.
      • CC.—NOVEL OFFENCE.
      • CCI.—MEASURING HIS DISTANCE.
      • CCII.—VERY CLEAR.
      • CCIII.—BROTHERLY LOVE.
      • CCIV.—EPIGRAM.
      • CCV.—MODEST.
      • CCVI.—A JOINT CONCERN.
      • CCVII.—PROFESSIONAL.
      • CCVIII.—A GOOD REASON.
      • CCIX.—ON A BAD MAN.
      • CCX.—A CLEVER DOG.
      • CCXI.—A KNOTTY POINT.
      • CCXII.—GEORGE SELWYN.
      • CCXIII.—EMPEROR OF CHINA.
      • CCXIV.—LANDLORD AND TENANTS.
      • CCXV.—AN UGLY DOG.
      • CCXVI.—THE WRONG LEG.
      • CCXVII.—FEMALE TALKERS.
      • CCXVIII.—FIGHTING BY MEASURE.
      • CCXIX.—SUGGESTION.
      • CCXX.—THE FORCE OF SATIRE.
      • CCXXI.—THE ANGLO-FRENCH ALLIANCE.
      • CCXXII.—QUIN'S SAYING.
      • CCXXIII.—A GOOD REASON.
      • CCXXIV.—BILLY BROWN AND THE COUNSELLOR.
      • CCXXV.—THE RULING PASSION AFTER DEATH.
      • CCXXVI.—CUT AND COME AGAIN.
      • CCXXVII.—CALIBAN'S LOOKING-GLASS.
      • CCXXVIII.—UNION IS STRENGTH.
      • CCXXIX.—FRENCH PRECIPITATION.
      • CCXXX.—MAKING IT UP.
      • CCXXXI.—OLD STORIES OVER AGAIN.
      • CCXXXII.—HUMOR UNDER DIFFICULTIES.
      • CCXXXIII.—EQUALITY.
      • CCXXXIV.—QUITE NATURAL.
      • CCXXXV.—MISER'S CHARITY.
      • CCXXXVI.—SHAKING HANDS.
      • CCXXXVII.—MILTON ON WOMAN.
      • CCXXXVIII.—EPIGRAM.
      • CCXXXIX.—A GOOD REASON.
      • CCXL.—ON FARREN, THE ACTOR.
      • CCXLI.—PADDY'S LOGIC.
      • CCXLII.—WARNING TO LADIES.
      • CCXLIII.—A MOT OF DE FOE.
      • CCXLIV.—A FAIR REPULSE.
      • CCXLV.—CLAW AND CLAW.
      • CCXLVI.—THE BISHOP AND HIS PORTMANTEAU.
      • CCXLVII.—FORCE OF NATURE.
      • CCXLVIII.—BLOWING A NOSE.
      • CCXLIX.—TOO CIVIL.
      • CCL.—TORY LIBERALITY.
      • CCLI.—A CAPITAL JOKE.
      • CCLII.—PIG-HEADED.
      • CCLIII.—BURIED WORTH.
      • CCLIV.—A JUST DEBTOR.
      • CCLV.—A SOUND CONCLUSION.
      • CCLVI.—CUTTING HIS COAT.
      • CCLVII.—NON SEQUITUR.
      • CCLVIII.—ANY PORT IN A STORM.
      • CCLIX.—INGRATITUDE.
      • CCLX.—NOT SO BAD FOR A KING.
      • CCLXI.—A BAD CROP.
      • CCLXII.—"NONE SO BLIND," ETC.
      • CCLXIII.—DUPLEX MOVEMENT.
      • CCLXIV.—COULEUR DE ROSE.
      • CCLXV.—A FEELING WITNESS.
      • CCLXVI.—EXTREMES MEET.
      • CCLXVII.—DR. WEATHER-EYE.
      • CCLXVIII.—HESITATION IN HIS WRITING.
      • CCLXIX.—A GUIDE TO GOVERNMENT SITUATIONS.
      • CCLXX.—NATURAL TRANSMUTATION.
      • CCLXXI.—CRITICS.
      • CCLXXII.—QUESTION AND ANSWER.
      • CCLXXIII.—A TRUE JOKE.
      • CCLXXIV.—THE CART BEFORE THE HORSE.
      • CCLXXV.—A CITY VARNISH.
      • CCLXXVI.—A RUB AT A RASCAL.
      • CCLXXVII.—A SAGE SIMILE.
      • CCLXXVIII.—AN ARCHITECTURAL PUN.
      • CCLXXIX.—THE MAJESTY OF MUD.
      • CCLXXX.—A PROVIDENT BOY.
      • CCLXXXI.—A QUERY ANSWERED.
      • CCLXXXII.—A WOMAN'S PROMISES.
      • CCLXXXIII.—THE MEDICINE MUST BE OF USE.
      • CCLXXXIV.—ROYAL FAVOR.
      • CCLXXXV.—BLACK AND WHITE.
      • CCLXXXVI.—THE WORST OF ALL CRIMES.
      • CCLXXXVII.—A PHENOMENON ACCOUNTED FOR.
      • CCLXXXVIII.—BRIGHT AND SHARP.
      • CCLXXXIX.—A WOODMAN.
      • CCXC.—HUMAN HAPPINESS.
      • CCXCI.—MEASURE FOR MEASURE.
      • CCXCII.—A DESERVED RETORT.
      • CCXCIII.—A POETICAL SHAPE.
      • CCXCIV.—A COMMON CASE.
      • CCXCV.—EPIGRAM.
      • CCXCVI.—TOO COLD TO CHANGE.
      • CCXCVII.—SEALING AN OATH.
      • CCXCVIII.—A NEAT QUOTATION.
      • CCXCIX.—GOOD SPORT.
      • CCC.—AN UNRE-HEARSED EFFECT.
      • CCCI.—A GOOD SERVANT.
      • CCCII.—BALANCING ACCOUNTS.
      • CCCIII.—A NOVELTY.
      • CCCIV.—SCOTCH UNDERSTANDING.
      • CCCV.—BRUTAL AFFECTIONS.
      • CCCVI.—AN INTRODUCTORY CEREMONY.
      • CCCVII.—WHIG AND TORY.
      • CCCVIII.—CONTRABAND SCOTCHMAN.
      • CCCIX.—A PLACEBO.
      • CCCX.—A PLACE WANTED.
      • CCCXI.—NOT TO BE BOUGHT.
      • CCCXII.—SIGN OF BEING CRACKED.
      • CCCXIII.—CRUEL SUGGESTION.
      • CCCXIV.—AN ODD FELLOW.
      • CCCXV.—POST-MORTEM.
      • CCCXVI.—KNOWING HIS PLACE.
      • CCCXVII.—AN ATTIC JEST.
      • CCCXVIII.—CUTTING ON BOTH SIDES.
      • CCCXIX.—A READY RECKONER.
      • CCCXX.—CATCHING HIM UP.
      • CCCXXI.—A STOPPER.
      • CCCXXII.—A BOOK CASE.
      • CCCXXIII.—HINC ILLE LACHRYMÆ.
      • CCCXXIV.—REASON FOR GOING TO CHURCH.
      • CCCXXV.—A BISHOP AND CHURCHWARDEN.
      • CCCXXVI.—STONE BLIND.
      • CCCXXVII.—AGREEABLE AND NOT COMPLIMENTARY.
      • CCCXXVIII.—DR. JOHNSON WITHOUT VARIATION.
      • CCCXXIX.—MR. CANNING'S PARASITES.
      • CCCXXX.—PLEASANT DESERTS.
      • CCCXXXI.—A HOME ARGUMENT.
      • CCCXXXII.—A BAD PEN.
      • CCCXXXIII.—WIGNELL THE ACTOR.
      • CCCXXXIV.—CANDOR.
      • CCCXXXV.—A "COLD" COMPLIMENT.
      • CCCXXXVI.—READY REPLY.
      • CCCXXXVII.—FULL PROOF.
      • CCCXXXVIII.—EPIGRAM ON CIBBER.
      • CCCXXXIX.—A PROPHECY.
      • CCCXL.—A FIXTURE.
      • CCCXLI.—FAMILY PRIDE.
      • CCCXLII.—EVIDENCE OF A JOCKEY.
      • CCCXLIII.—WAY OF THE WORLD.
      • CCCXLIV.—A BROAD-SHEET HINT.
      • CCCXLV.—MODEST MERIT.
      • CCCXLVI.—SOFT, VERY!
      • CCCXLVII.—CAMBRIDGE ETIQUETTE.
      • CCCXLVIII.—EPIGRAM.
      • CCCXLIX.—HALF-WAY.
      • CCCL.—SELF-KNOWLEDGE.
      • CCCLI.—TWO OF A TRADE.
      • CCCLII.—A STRAY SHOT.
      • CCCLIII.—MILESIAN ADVICE.
      • CCCLIV.—MR. ABERNETHY.
      • CCCLV.—THE DEBT PAID.
      • CCCLVI.—EXTREMES MEET.
      • CCCLVII.—A COMPLIMENT ILL-RECEIVED.
      • CCCLVIII.—TRUTH NOT TO BE SPOKEN AT ALL TIMES.
      • CCCLIX.—A GOOD REASON.
      • CCCLX.—FOLLOWING A LEADER.
      • CCCLXI.—IDOLATRY.
      • CCCLXII.—TWICE RUINED.
      • CCCLXIII.—Q.E.D.
      • CCCLXIV.—SHORT STORIES.
      • CCCLXV.—ON A LADY WHO SQUINTED.
      • CCCLXVI.—AN ORIGINAL ATTRACTION.
      • CCCLXVII.—DEMOCRATIC VISION.
      • CCCLXVIII.—FISHY, RATHER.
      • CCCLXIX.—LIGHT BREAD.
      • CCCLXX.—SOMETHING LIKE AN INSULT.
      • CCCLXXI.—ON CHARLES KEAN, THE ACTOR.
      • CCCLXXII.—POLITICAL CORRUPTION.
      • CCCLXXIII.—A QUAKERLY OBJECTION.
      • CCCLXXIV.—A GOOD-HEARTED FELLOW.
      • CCCLXXV.—EPIGRAM ON THE DEATH OF FOOTE.
      • CCCLXXVI.—THE ANGRY OCEAN.
      • CCCLXXVII.—BREVITY.
      • CCCLXXVIII.—EPIGRAM.
      • CCCLXXIX.—A BROAD-BRIM HINT.
      • CCCLXXX.—AN ORDER FOR TWO.
      • CCCLXXXI.—EPIGRAM FROM THE ITALIAN.
      • CCCLXXXII.—MARRIAGE.
      • CCCLXXXIII.—FISHING FOR A COMPLIMENT.
      • CCCLXXXIV.—VISIBLE PROOF.
      • CCCLXXXV.—SIMPLICITY OF THE LEARNED PORSON.
      • CCCLXXXVI.—EPIGRAM ADDRESSED TO MISS EDGEWORTH.
      • CCCLXXXVII.—KEEN REPLY.
      • CCCLXXXVIII.—A GOOD EXAMPLE.
      • CCCLXXXIX.—A CERTAINTY.
      • CCCXC.—NOMINAL RHYMES.
      • CCCXCI.—A BROAD HINT.
      • CCCXCII.—VAILS TO SERVANTS.
      • CCCXCIII.—QUITE TRUE.
      • CCCXCIV.—CONGRATULATION TO ONE WHO CURLED HIS HAIR.
      • CCCXCV.—THE POLITE SCHOLAR.
      • CCCXCVI.—A COOL HAND.
      • CCCXCVII.—QUID PRO QUO.
      • CCCXCVIII.—RECRUITING SERJEANT AND COUNTRYMAN.
      • CCCXCIX.—AN ANECDOTE.
      • CD.—DIDO.
      • CDI.—EXTREME SIMPLICITY.
      • CDII.—NOT TO BE TRIFLED WITH.
      • CDIII.—AS YOU LIKE IT.
      • CDIV.—AN UPRIGHT MAN.
      • CDV.—THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON AND THE AURIST.
      • CDVI.—TRUTH NOT ALWAYS TO BE SPOKEN.
      • CDVII.—ADVERTISEMENT EXTRAORDINARY.
      • CDVIII.—A "DOUBLE TIMES."
      • CDIX.—PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED.
      • CDX.—EPIGRAM.
      • CDXI.—A SEASONABLE JOKE.
      • CDXII.—EPIGRAM.
      • CDXIII.—A CONSIDERATE SON.
      • CDXIV.—DANGEROUSLY WELL.
      • CDXV.—EPIGRAM.
      • CDXVI.—A NEW SCHOLAR.
      • CDXVII.—PUTTING A STOP TO PILGRIM'S PROGRESS.
      • CDXVIII.—EPIGRAM.
      • CDXIX.—A SUDDEN CHANGE.
      • CDXX.—VALUABLE DISCOVERY.
      • CDXXI.—A USEFUL ALLY.
      • CDXXII.—TWO SIDES TO A SPEECH.
      • CDXXIII.—WILKIE'S SIMPLICITY.
      • CDXXIV.—RINGING THE CHANGES.
      • CDXXV.—KNOWING HIS MAN.
      • CDXXVI.—A SMALL GLASS.
      • CDXXVII.—DOMESTIC ECONOMY.
      • CDXXVIII.—AN EMPTY HEAD.
      • CDXXIX.—A BAD LABEL.
      • CDXXX.—"AYE! THERE'S THE RUB."
      • CDXXXI.—MORAL EQUALITY OF MAN.
      • CDXXXII.—A SILK GOWN.
      • CDXXXIII.—EPIGRAM BY A PLUCKED MAN.
      • CDXXXIV.—THE MEASURE OF A BRAIN.
      • CDXXXV.—FOOTE AND LORD TOWNSEND.
      • CDXXXVI.—UNREASONABLE.
      • CDXXXVII.—AN HONEST WARRANTY.
      • CDXXXVIII.—THE REASON WHY.
      • CDXXXIX.—BLOTTING IT OUT.
      • CDXL.—CLERICAL WIT.
      • CDXLI.—A NICE DISTINCTION.
      • CDXLII.—WIT AND QUACKERY.
      • CDXLIII.—WIT DEFINED.
      • CDXLIV.—A VAIN SEARCH.
      • CDXLV.—A BAD CUSTOMER.
      • CDXLVI.—A REFLECTION.
      • CDXLVII.—FOOTE.
      • CDXLVIII.—INQUEST EXTRAORDINARY.
      • CDXLIX.—A BASE ONE.
      • CDL.—PROFITABLE JUGGLING.
      • CDLI.—PICKPOCKETING.
      • CDLII.—DUNNING AND LORD THURLOW.
      • CDLIII.—AFFECTATION.
      • CDLIV.—WARM FRIENDSHIPS.
      • CDLV.—THEATRICAL MISTAKES.
      • CDLVI.—A BROKEN HEAD.
      • CDLVII.—CALEDONIAN COMFORT.
      • CDLVIII.—AN ODD FAMILY.
      • CDLIX.—A LAWYER'S OPINION OF LAW.
      • CDLX.—BEN JONSON.
      • CDLXI.—UNREMITTING KINDNESS.
      • CDLXII.—KEAN'S IMPROMPTU.
      • CDLXIII.—A TRUTH FOR THE LADIES.
      • CDLXIV.—A MARK OF RESPECT.
      • CDLXV.—A GRETNA CUSTOMER.
      • CDLXVI.—LEAVING HIS VERDICT.
      • CDLXVII.—OVER-WISE.
      • CDLXVIII.—IMPROMPTU.
      • CDLXIX.—INDEPENDENCE.
      • CDLXX.—ON PRIDE.
      • CDLXXI.—BLACK LETTER.
      • CDLXXII.—A HIATUS.
      • CDLXXIII.—A REASONABLE REQUEST.
      • CDLXXIV.—A STRIKING POINT.
      • CDLXXV.—VERY PRETTY.
      • CDLXXVI.—AN ODD BIRD.
      • CDLXXVII.—INQUESTS EXTRAORDINARY.
      • CDLXXVIII.—"I'VE DONE THE SAME THING OFTEN."
      • CDLXXIX.—CONFIDENCE.
      • CDLXXX.—THE CUT INFERNAL.
      • CDLXXXI.—FEELING HIS WAY.
      • CDLXXXII.—THE WILL.
      • CDLXXXIII.—INGENUOUSNESS.
      • CDLXXXIV.—A NEW SPORT.
      • CDLXXXV.—SYDNEY SMITH.
      • CDLXXXVI.—EPIGRAM ON THE DUKE OF ——'S CONSISTENCY.
      • CDLXXXVII.—A FAIR PROPOSAL.
      • CDLXXXVIII.—A DOUBTFUL CREED.
      • CDLXXXIX.—A SATISFACTORY TOTAL.
      • CDXC.—GOOD RIDDANCE.
      • CDXCI.—CALCULATION.
      • CDXCII.—GEORGE II. AND THE RECORDER.
      • CDXCIII.—SLEEPING ROUND.
      • CDXCIV.—AT HIS FINGERS' ENDS.
      • CDXCV.—NOT SO EASY.
      • CDXCVI.—A POINT.
      • CDXCVII.—THE REPUBLIC OF LEARNING.
      • CDXCVIII.—CHALLENGING A JURY.
      • CDXCIX.—WALPOLIANA.
      • D.—MINDING HIS BUSINESS.
      • DI.—PENCE TABLE.
      • DII.—SATISFACTION.
      • DIII.—A SAFE APPEAL.
      • DIV.—A CAUTIOUS LOVER.
      • DV.—THE SWORD AND THE SCABBARD.
      • DVI.—TOUCHING.
      • DVII.—THE COLLEGE BELL!
      • DVIII.—FRENCH LANGUAGE.
      • DIX.—EPIGRAM.
      • DX.—CERTAINLY NOT ASLEEP.
      • DXI.—ANTICIPATION.
      • DXII.—THE BEST JUDGE.
      • DXIII.—THE RIVALS.
      • DXIV.—DEAD LANGUAGE.
      • DXV.—WALPOLIANA.
      • DXVI.—A SLIGHT DIFFERENCE.
      • DXVII.—EPIGRAM.
      • DXVIII.—A NICE DISTINCTION.
      • DXIX.—LATE DINNER.
      • DXX.—AN OLD JOKE.
      • DXXI.—TIME WORKS WONDERS.
      • DXXII.—A NOVEL IDEA.
      • DXXIII.—THE SPIRIT AND THE LETTER.
      • DXXIV.—LOSING AN I.
      • DXXV.—DRIVING IT HOME.
      • DXXVI.—THE EMPTY GUN.
      • DXXVII.—A PIECE OF PLATE.
      • DXXVIII.—EPISCOPAL SAUCE.
      • DXXIX.—A GOOD CRITIC.
      • DXXX.—WILKES'S TERGIVERSATION.
      • DXXXI.—A SLIGHT ERUPTION.
      • DXXXII.—SMOKING AN M.P.
      • DXXXIII.—A TIMELY REPROOF.
      • DXXXIV.—REPROOF.
      • DXXXV.—A SATISFACTORY REASON.
      • DXXXVI.—THE TANNER; AN EPIGRAM.
      • DXXXVII.—AN ABSENT MAN.
      • DXXXVIII.—A DOUBLE KNOCK.
      • DXXXIX.—A PROPER RETORT.
      • DXL.—FORAGING.
      • DXLI.—ON JEKYLL NEARLY BEING THROWN DOWN BY A VERY SMALL PIG.
      • DXLII.—UNKIND.
      • DXLIII.—DEAN SWIFT AND KING WILLIAM.
      • DXLIV.—EPIGRAM.
      • DXLV.—ELOQUENT SILENCE.
      • DXLVI.—KEEPING A PROMISE.
      • DXLVII.—NAVAL ORATORY.
      • DXLVIII.—VERSE AND WORSE.
      • DXLIX.—THE IRON DUKE.
      • DL.—CLEAR THE COURT.
      • DLI—SCOTCH CAUTION.
      • DLII.—WALPOLIANA.
      • DLIII.—NOT POLITE.
      • DLIV.—EXTENUATING CIRCUMSTANCES.
      • DLV.—ON MR. HUSBAND'S MARRIAGE.
      • DLVI.—CONFIDENCE.
      • DLVII.—LADY ANNE.
      • DLVIII.—NICE LANGUAGE.
      • DLIX.—UNPOETICAL REPLY.
      • DLX.—IMITATION OF A COW.
      • DLXI.—TAKING HIS MEASURE.
      • DLXII.—THURLOW AND PITT.
      • DLXIII.—EPIGRAM.
      • DLXIV.—A HAPPY MAN.
      • DLXV.—VULGAR ARGUMENTS.
      • DLXVI.—A CLEAR CASE.
      • DLXVII.—THE LATIN FOR COLD.
      • DLXVIII.—PIECE DE RESISTANCE.
      • DLXIX.—LAMB AND ERSKINE.
      • DLXX.—TRUE WIT.
      • DLXXI.—ORDER! ORDER!
      • DLXXII.—THEATRICAL WIT.
      • DLXXIII.—THE CUT DIRECT.
      • DLXXIV.—BUSY BODIES.
      • DLXXV.—THE HOPEFUL PUPIL.
      • DLXXVI.—THE FORCE OF HABIT.
      • DLXXVII.—NOTICE TO QUIT.
      • DLXXVIII.—A LITERAL JOKE.
      • DLXXIX.—AN ARGUMENT.
      • DLXXX.—THE CANDLE AND LANTERN.
      • DLXXXI.—ONE HEAD BETTER THAN A DOZEN.
      • DLXXXII.—KEEPING A CONSCIENCE.
      • DLXXXIII.—DEBTOR AND CREDITOR.
      • DLXXXIV.—PORTMANTEAU v. TRUNK.
      • DLXXXV.—SEEING A CORONATION.
      • DLXXXVI.—HOOK'S POLITENESS.
      • DLXXXVII.—ON NAPOLEON'S STATUE AT Boulogne TURNED, BY DESIGN OR ACCIDENT, WITH ITS BACK TO ENGLAND.
      • DLXXXVIII.—OLD TIMES.
      • DLXXXIX.—AN ARCADIAN.
      • DXC.—JOHNSON AND MRS. SIDDONS.
      • DXCI.—ROWING IN THE SAME BOAT.
      • DXCII.—A GENUINE IRISH BULL.
      • DXCIII.—THE RULING PASSION.
      • DXCIV.—EPIGRAM.
      • DXCV.—SHAKESPEARE ILLUSTRATED.
      • DXCVI.—DEGENERACY.
      • DXCVII.—WORTHY OF CREDIT.
      • DXCVIII.—PAYING IN KIND.
      • DXCIX.—VERY SERIOUS.
      • DC.—THE LATE LORD AUDLEY.
      • DCI.—DELICATE HINT.
      • DCII.—A SCOTCH MEDIUM.
      • DCIII.—EPIGRAM.
      • DCIV.—PERFECT DISCONTENT.
      • DCV.—A BAD BARGAIN.
      • DCVI.—A PIOUS MINISTER.
      • DCVII.—STERNE.
      • DCVIII.—WHO'S THE FOOL?
      • DCIX.—COLD COMFORT.
      • DCX.—A GREAT DIFFERENCE.
      • DCXI.—OXFORD AND CAMBRIDGE ACTORS.
      • DCXII.—INQUEST—NOT EXTRAORDINARY.
      • DCXIII.—STRANGE JETSUM.
      • DCXIV.—THE TRUTH AT LAST.
      • DCXV.—A PILL GRATIS.
      • DCXVI.—RATHER HARD.
      • DCXVII.—SCOTCH PENETRATION.
      • DCXVIII.—A QUESTION OF TIME.
      • DCXIX.—EPIGRAM.
      • DCXX.—CONCURRENT EVENTS.
      • DCXXI.—A GOOD EXCUSE.
      • DCXXII.—SHORT AND SHARP.
      • DCXXIII.—IRELAND'S FORGERY.
      • DCXXIV.—A GOOD ONE.
      • DCXXV.—"WRITE ME DOWN AN ASS."
      • DCXXVI.—A WORD TO THE WISE.
      • DCXXVII.—LIBERAL GIFT.
      • DCXXVIII.—EASILY ANSWERED.
      • DCXXIX.—ON THE LATIN GERUNDS.
      • DCXXX.—DODGING A CREDITOR.
      • DCXXXI.—BAD HABIT.
      • DCXXXII.—WHO'S TO BLAME.
      • DCXXXIII.—THE LETTER H.
      • DCXXXIV.—TRUTH AND RHYME.
      • DCXXXV.—A GOOD TRANSLATION.
      • DCXXXVI.—MAD QUAKERS.
      • DCXXXVII.—BACON.
      • DCXXXVIII.—A LETTER WANTING.
      • DCXXXIX.—ADVICE TO THE YOUNG.
      • DCXL.—A PROMISE TO PAY.
      • DCXLI.—PUNCTUATION.
      • DCXLII.—CON-CIDER-ATE.
      • DCXLIII.—FEAR OF EDUCATING WOMEN.
      • DCXLIV.—A-LIQUID.
      • DCXLV.—TOP AND BOTTOM.
      • DCXLVI.—A SUGGESTIVE PRESENT.
      • DCXLVII.—A NEW DISGUISE.
      • DCXLVIII.—WET AND DRY.
      • DCXLIX.—RUM AND WATER.
      • DCL.—A BUDGET OF BLUNDERS.
      • DCLI.—IMPROMPTU.
      • DCLII.—WILKES AND A LIBERTY.
      • DCLIII.—A STRANGE OBJECTION.
      • DCLIV.—THE TIMIDITY OF BEAUTY.
      • DCLV.—MAKING A CLEARANCE.
      • DCLVI.—A SMART ONE-POUNDER.
      • DCLVII.—RESIGNATION.
      • DCLVIII.—DELPINI'S REMONSTRANCE.
      • DCLIX.—A PHONETIC JOKE.
      • DCLX.—PURE FOLKS.
      • DCLXI.—GOOD NEWS FOR THE CHANCELLOR.
      • DCLXII.—JUSTICE NOT ALWAYS BLIND.
      • DCLXIII.—KITCHENER AND COLMAN.
      • DCLXIV.—A SPARE MAN.
      • DCLXV.—A LONG BILL.
      • DCLXVI.—ROYAL PUN.
      • DCLXVII.—A COLORABLE RESEMBLANCE.
      • DCLXVIII.—SPRANGER BARRY.
      • DCLXIX.—BAD SPORT.
      • DCLXX.—MEASURE FOR MEASURE.
      • DCLXXI.—A PROBABILITY.
      • DCLXXII.—LEGAL ADULTERATION.
      • DCLXXIII.—VOX ET PRÆTEREA NIHIL.
      • DCLXXIV.—SALISBURY CATHEDRAL SPIRE.
      • DCLXXV.—AN ACT OF JUSTICE.
      • DCLXXVI.—LISTON'S DREAM.
      • DCLXXVII.—A VOLUMINOUS SPEAKER.
      • DCLXXVIII.—A SUGGESTIVE QUESTION.
      • DCLXXIX.—LOVE AND HYMEN.
      • DCLXXX.—PAR NOBILE FRATRUM.
      • DCLXXXI.—PLAIN LANGUAGE.
      • DCLXXXII.—A SETTLER.
      • DCLXXXIII.—CASH PAYMENTS.
      • DCLXXXIV.—LAWYER'S HOUSE.
      • DCLXXXV.—A REASONABLE DEMAND.
      • DCLXXXVI.—EBENEZER ADAMS.
      • DCLXXXVII.—ONE BITE AT A CHERRY.
      • DCLXXXVIII.—A FIG FOR THE GROCER!
      • DCLXXXIX.—STEAM-BOAT RACING.
      • DCXC.—GENTLY, JEMMY.
      • DCXCI.—WHAT'S IN A SYLLABLE?
      • DCXCII.—QUIET THEFT.
      • DCXCIII.—GOOD ADVICE.
      • DCXCIV.—CRITICISING A STATUE.
      • DCXCV.—A COMPARISON.
      • DCXCVI.—FATIGUE DUTY.
      • DCXCVII.—GLUTTONS AND EPICURES.
      • DCXCVIII.—A BAD END.
      • DCXCIX.—ON THE NAME OF KEOPALANI (QUEEN OF THE SANDWICH ISLANDS), WHICH SIGNIFIES "THE DROPPING OF THE CLOUDS FROM HEAVEN."
      • DCC.—ACCOMMODATING PRINCIPLES.
      • DCCI.—BOSWELL'S "LIFE OF JOHNSON."
      • DCCII.—VERY LIKE A WHALE.
      • DCCIII.—A NEW SIGN.
      • DCCIV.—FALSE QUANTITIES.
      • DCCV.—NOT TRUE.
      • DCCVI.—BETTING.
      • DCCVII.—FIRE AND WATER.
      • DCCVIII.—THE RAILROAD ENGINEER.
      • DCCIX.—THE SPECIFIC GRAVITY OF FOLLY.
      • DCCX.—EQUALITY.
      • DCCXI.—A CANDID COUNSEL.
      • DCCXII.—TRADE AGAINST LAND.
      • DCCXIII.—TRUE EVIDENCE.
      • DCCXIV.—DR. YOUNG.
      • DCCXV.—A YANKEE YARN.
      • DCCXVI.—SAVE US FROM OUR FRIENDS.
      • DCCXVII.—LOVE OF THE SEA.
      • DCCXVIII.—UNWELCOME AGREEMENT.
      • DCCXIX.—COOKE'S EXPLANATION OF THE FAMILY PLATE.
      • DCCXX.—A SPECIMEN OF UNIVERSITY ETIQUETTE.
      • DCCXXI.—A MEDICAL OPINION.
      • DCCXXII.—THE CAUSE.
      • DCCXXIII.—WHAT'S GOING ON?
      • DCCXXIV.—SNORING.
      • DCCXXV.—TWO MAKE A PAIR.
      • DCCXXVI.—ALMANAC-MAKERS.
      • DCCXXVII.—A BLACK JOKE.
      • DCCXXVIII.—EPIGRAM.
      • DCCXXIX.—EXAGGERATION.
      • DCCXXX.—WINNING A LOSS.
      • DCCXXXI.—ADVICE GRATIS.
      • DCCXXXII.—SHORT COMMONS.
      • CCXXXIII.—LICENSED TO KILL.
      • CXXXIV.—WILKES AND LIBERTY.
      • DCCXXXV.—A PAT REPLY.
      • DCCXXXVI.—LORD NORTH ASLEEP.
      • DCCXXXVII.—RATHER SAUCY.
      • DCCXXXVIII.—LONG STORY.
      • DCCXXXIX.—EUCLID REFUTED.
      • DCCXL.—BRED ON THE BOARDS.
      • DCCXLI.—ON THE DULNESS OF A DEBATE IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS.
      • DCCXLII.—PAINTING.
      • DCCXLIII.—OLD AGE.
      • DCCXLIV.—AN EFFORT OF MEMORY.
      • DCCXLV.—A READY RECKONER.
      • DCCXLVI.—A ROWLAND FOR AN OLIVER.
      • DCCXLVII.—TRUE POLITENESS.
      • DCCXLVIII.—A RAKE'S ECONOMY.
      • DCCXLIX.—EASILY SATISFIED.
      • DCCL.—PERT.
      • DCCLI.—A ROYAL MUFF.
      • DCCLII.—A BROAD HINT.
      • DCCLIII.—A TASTE OF MARRIAGE.
      • DCCLIV.—"THE LAST WAR."
      • DCCLV.—THE PHILANTHROPIST.
      • DCCLVI.—TOO MUCH OF A BAD THING.
      • DCCLVII—BAD COMPANY.
      • DCCLVIII.—EPIGRAM.
      • DCCLIX.—PAINTING.
      • DCCLX.—NIL NISI, ETC.
      • DCCLXI.—ODD FORESIGHT.
      • DCCLXII.—"THEREBY HANGS," ETC.
      • DCCLXIII.—GENERAL WOLFE.
      • DCCLXIV.—A QUESTION FOR THE PEERAGE.
      • DCCLXV.—A NOISE FOR NOTHING.
      • DCCLXVI.—SHORT MEASURE.
      • DCCLXVII.—DECANTING EXTRAORDINARY.
      • DCCLXVIII.—A DILEMMA.
      • DCCLXIX.—HOW TO MAKE A MAN OF CONSEQUENCE.
      • DCCLXX.—A CHEAP WATCH.
      • DCCLXXI.—SCOTCH WUT.
      • DCCLXXII.—ATTENDING TO A WISH.
      • DCCLXXIII.—A MECHANICAL SURGEON.
      • DCCLXXIV.—CANINE POETRY.
      • DCCLXXV.—FOOTIANA.
      • DCCLXXVI.—NIGHT AND MORNING.
      • DCCLXXVII.—FULL INSIDE.
      • DCCLXXVIII.—A SHORT JOURNEY.
      • DCCLXXIX.—A POSER BY LORD ELLENBOROUGH.
      • DCCLXXX.—EPIGRAM.
      • DCCLXXXI.—AN ARTISTIC TOUCH.
      • DCCLXXXII.—VALUE OF APPLAUSE.
      • DCCLXXXIII.—LITTLE TO GIVE.
      • DCCLXXXIV.—A GOOD SWIMMER.
      • DCCLXXXV.—NO PRIDE.
      • DCCLXXXVI.—LORD CLONMEL.
      • DCCLXXXVII.—QUEER PARTNERS.
      • DCCLXXXVIII.—CORRUPTLY INCORRUPTIBLE.
      • DCCLXXXIX.—EPIGRAM ON THE MARRIAGE OF A VERY THIN COUPLE.
      • DCCXC.—GOOD AUTHORITY.
      • DCCXCI.—LUXURIOUS SMOKING.
      • DCCXCII.—NO JUDGE.
      • DCCXCIII.—RELATIONS OF MANKIND.
      • DCCXCIV.—VERY TRUE.
      • DCCXCV.—EPIGRAM.
      • DCCXCVI.—DRINKING ALONE.
      • DCCXCVII.—A MUSICAL BLOW-UP.
      • DCCXCVIII.—READY-MADE WOOD PAVEMENT.
      • DCCXCIX.—PROPER DISTINCTION.
      • DCCC.—GRACEFUL EXCUSE.
      • DCCCI.—SLACK PAYMENT.
      • DCCCII.—WAY OF USING BOOKS.
      • DCCCIII.—PATRICK HENRY.
      • DCCCIV.—ROGERS—POET AND SKIPPER.
      • DCCCV.—OUR ENGLISH LOVE OF DINNERS.
      • DCCCVI.—EPIGRAM.
      • DCCCVII.—REFORMATION.
      • DCCCVIII.—THE JEST OF ANCESTRY.
      • DCCCIX.—EQUAL TO NOTHING.
      • DCCCX.—FAMILIARITY.
      • DCCCXI.—EXTRAORDINARY COMPROMISE.
      • DCCCXII.—MAC READY TO CALL.
      • DCCCXIII.—EPIGRAM.
      • DCCCXIV.—LOOK-A-HEAD.
      • DCCCXV.—THE BIRTH OF A PRINCE.
      • DCCCXVI.—SETTING HIM UP TO KNOCK HIM DOWN.
      • DCCCXVII.—BRIEF CORRESPONDENCE.
      • DCCCXVIII.—MAN-TRAPS.
      • DCCCXIX.—A COLORABLE EXCUSE.
      • DCCCXX.—CONSISTENCY.
      • DCCCXXI.—A WONDERFUL CURE.
      • DCCCXXII.—AN ACCOMMODATING PHYSICIAN.
      • DCCCXXIII.—CHOICE SPIRITS.
      • DCCCXXIV.—AN EXPLANATION.
      • DCCCXXV.—IMPROMPTU BY R.B. SHERIDAN.
      • DCCCXXVI.—LAW AND PHYSIC.
      • DCCCXXVII.—IMPROMPTU.
      • DCCCXXVIII.—NOTIONS OF HAPPINESS.
      • DCCCXXIX.—A FORGETFUL MAN.
      • DCCCXXX.—REPUTATION.
      • DCCCXXXI.—AN UNFORTUNATE LOVER.
      • DCCCXXXII.—EPIGRAM.
      • DCCCXXXIII.—A BAD LOT.
      • DCCCXXXIV.—FILIAL AFFECTION.
      • DCCCXXXV.—LEG WIT.
      • DCCCXXXVI.—EPIGRAM ON DR. GLYNN'S BEAUTY.
      • DCCCXXXVII.—A SINECURE.
      • DCCCXXXVIII.—A GOOD JAIL DELIVERY.
      • DCCCXXXIX.—WHERE IS THE AUDIENCE?
      • DCCCXL.—KNOWING BEST.
      • DCCCXLI.—AGRICULTURAL EXPERIENCES.
      • DCCCXLII.—PARLIAMENTARY REPRIMAND.
      • DCCCXLIII.—A STOP WATCH.
      • DCCCXLIV.—SIR ANTHONY MALONE.
      • DCCCXLV.—THE ORATORS.
      • DCCCXLVI.—MODERN ACTING.
      • DCCCXLVII.—FEW FRIENDS.
      • DCCCXLVIII.—DIFFIDENCE.
      • DCCCXLIX.—"ESSAY ON MAN."
      • DCCCL.—IN-DOOR RELIEF.
      • DCCCLI.—HIGHLAND POLITENESS.
      • DCCCLII.—AN ODD QUESTION.
      • DCCCLIII.—NOT INSURED AGAINST FIRE.
      • DCCCLIV.—NATURAL GRIEF.
      • DCCCLV.—A PROVERB REVERSED.
      • DCCCLVI.—A CLOSE ESCAPE.
      • DCCCLVII.—A HARD HIT.
      • DCCCLVIII.—THE TIME OUT OF JOINT.
      • DCCCLIX.—MONEY'S WORTH.
      • DCCCLX.—HIS WAY—OUT.
      • DCCCLXI.—A GROWL.
      • DCCCLXII.—A MODERN SCULPTOR.
      • DCCCLXIII.—A DIFFICULT TASK.
      • DCCCLXIV.—THE GOUTY SHOE.
      • DCCCLXV.—A LUSUS NATURÆ.
      • DCCCLXVI.—A CASE OF NECESSITY.
      • DCCCLXVII.—SPECIES AND SPECIE.
      • DCCCLXVIII.—DR. JOHNSON.
      • DCCCLXIX.—THE POET FOILED.
      • DCCCLXX.—A COMEDIAN AND A LAWYER.
      • DCCCLXXI.—VICE VERSA.
      • DCCCLXXII.—NOTHING PERSONAL.
      • DCCCLXXIII.—A HINT FOR GENEALOGISTS.
      • DCCCLXXIV.—A MISTAKE.
      • DCCCLXXV.—AN IMPOSSIBLE RENUNCIATION.
      • DCCCLXXVI.—THE HUMANE SOCIETY AT AN EVENING PARTY.
      • DCCCLXXVII.—A PROUD HEART.
      • DCCCLXXVIII.—SENT HOME FREE.
      • DCCCLXXIX.—CHARLES II. AND MILTON.
      • DCCCLXXX.—WHOSE?
      • DCCCLXXXI.—"PUPPIES NEVER SEE TILL THEY ARE NINE DAYS OLD."
      • DCCCLXXXII.—EPIGRAM.
      • DCCCLXXXIII.—CONFIDENCE—TAKEN FROM THE FRENCH.
      • DCCCLXXXIV.—BETTER KNOWN THAN TRUSTED.
      • DCCCLXXXV.—WILL AND THE WAY.
      • DCCCLXXXVI.—A REASONABLE EXCUSE.
      • DCCCLXXXVII.—BEWICK, THE ENGRAVER.
      • DCCCLXXXVIII.—SUMMARY DECISION.
      • DCCCLXXXIX.—A DISAPPOINTING SUBSCRIBER.
      • DCCCXC.—HABEAS CORPUS ACT.
      • DCCCXCI.—A RUNAWAY KNOCK.
      • DCCCXCII.—COMMON POLITENESS.
      • DCCCXCIII.—THE WHEEL OF FORTUNE.
      • DCCCXCIV.—A SOPORIFIC.
      • DCCCXCV.—CHARITABLE WIT.
      • DCCCXCVI.—USE IS SECOND NATURE.
      • DCCCXCVII.—EPIGRAM.
      • DCCCXCVIII.—LIQUID REMEDY FOR BALDNESS.
      • DCCCXCIX.—AN INGENIOUS DEVICE.
      • CM.—THE REBEL LORDS.
      • CMI.—A CHANGE FOR THE BETTER.
      • CMII.—THE DIRECT ROAD.
      • CMIII.—A SUGGESTIVE PAIR OF GRAYS.
      • CMIV.—DR. JOHNSON'S OPINION OF MRS. SIDDONS.
      • CMV.—A GOOD NEIGHBOR.
      • CMVI.—AN EQUIVOCATION.
      • CMVII.—A WISE FOOL.
      • CMVIII.—ON A BALD HEAD.
      • CMIX.—LIE FOR LIE.
      • CMX.—A MAN WITHOUT A RIVAL.
      • CMXI.—ADVICE TO A DRAMATIST.
      • CMXII.—GARRICK AND FOOTE.
      • CMXIII.—NOTHING TO LAUGH AT.
      • CMXIV.—QUITE AGROUND.
      • CMXV.—A JUDGE IN A FOG.
      • CMXVI.—THE LETTER H.
      • CMXVII.—ONLY ENOUGH FOR ONE.
      • CMXVIII.—"THE RULING PASSION STRONG IN DEATH."
      • CMXIX.—EPIGRAM.
      • CMXX.—CUP AND SAUCER.
      • CMXXI.—A NEW READING.
      • CMXXII.—CONCEITED, BUT NOT SEATED.
      • CMXXIII.—STRANGE VESPERS.
      • CMXXIV.—A TRANSFORMATION SCENE.
      • CMXXV.—AN ACCEPTABLE DEPRIVATION.
      • CMXXVI.—ACCURATE DESCRIPTION.
      • CMXXVII.—SOLOMON'S TEMPLE.
      • CMXXVIII.—THE STAFFORDSHIRE COLLIERIES.
      • CMXXIX.—A POSER.
      • CMXXX.—MINDING HIS CUE.
      • CMXXXI.—EPIGRAM.
      • CMXXXII.—LATE AND EARLY.
      • CMXXXIII.—FAIR PLAY.
      • CMXXXIV.—SOMETHING LACKING.
      • CMXXXV.—THE HONEST MAN'S LITANY.
      • CMXXXVI.—THREE DEGREES OF COMPARISON.
      • CMXXXVII.—MEN OF LETTERS.
      • CMXXXVIII.—ELEGANT RETORT.
      • CMXXXIX.—SNUG LYING.
      • CMXL.—A PROPER ANSWER.
      • CMXLI.—GOOD HEARING.
      • CMXLII.—AN UNCONSCIOUS POSTSCRIPT.
      • CMXLIII.—HOAXING AN AUDIENCE.
      • CMXLIV.—THE SEASON-INGS.
      • CMXLV.—NOT AT HOME.
      • CMXLVI.—LINCOLN'S-INN DINNERS.
      • CMXLVII.—WHY ARE WOMEN BEARDLESS?
      • CMXLVIII.—COOL RETORT.
      • CMXLIX.—LYING.
      • CML.—PERTINENT INQUIRY.
      • CMLI.—A POLITE REBUKE.
      • CMLII.—A CERTAIN CROP.
      • CMLIII.—GOOD ADVICE.
      • CMLIV.—MR. THELWALL.
      • CMLV.—CHEAP AT THE MONEY.
      • CMLVI.—A QUERY FOR MR. BABBAGE.
      • CMLVII.—A BACK-HANDED HIT.
      • CMLVIII.—THINGS BY THEIR RIGHT NAMES.
      • CMLIX.—A FAVORITE AIR.
      • CMLX.—A GOOD JOKE.
      • CMLXI.—ONE THING AT A TIME.
      • CMLXII.—TROPHIES.
      • CMLXIII.—"BRIEF LET IT BE."
      • CMLXIV.—GOOD ADVICE.
      • CMLXV.—EXPECTORATION.
      • CMLXVI.—A COAT-OF-ARMS.
      • CMLXVII.—DR. SIMS.
      • CMLXVIII.—MARRIAGE.
      • CMLXIX.—BENEFIT OF COMPETITION.
      • CMLXX.—INDUSTRY AND PERSEVERANCE.
      • CMLXXI.—QUANTUM SUFF.
      • CMLXXII.—LAMB AND SHARP SAUCE.
      • CMLXXIII.—AN IRISHMAN'S PLEA.
      • CMLXXIV.—ACCOMMODATING.
      • CMLXXV.—GENEROSITY AND PRUDENCE.
      • CMLXXVI.—ODD REASON.
      • CMLXXVII.—VERY EVIDENT.
      • CMLXXVIII.—OMINOUS, VERY!
      • CMLXXIX.—A REVERSE.
      • CMLXXX.—ON AN M.P. WHO RECENTLY GOT HIS ELECTION AT THE SACRIFICE OF HIS POLITICAL CHARACTER.
      • CMLXXXI.—MUSICAL TASTE.
      • CMLXXXII.—LINGUAL INFECTION.
      • CMLXXXIII.—PORSON versus DR. JOWETT.
      • CMLXXXIV.—BREVITY OF CHARITY.
      • CMLXXXV.—HIGH GAMING.
      • CMLXXXVI.—HARD OF DIGESTION.
      • CMLXXXVII.—A MONSTER.
      • CMLXXXVIII.—SAILOR'S WEDDING.
      • CMLXXXIX.—QUID PRO QUO.
      • CMXC.—THE TRUTH BY ACCIDENT.
      • CMXCI.—ENCOURAGEMENT.
      • CMXCII.—FALSE ESTIMATE.
      • CMXCIII.—AMERICAN PENANCE.
      • CMXCIV.—A MONEY-LENDER.
      • CMXCV.—A BAD MEDIUM.
      • CMXCVI.—TAKING A HINT.
      • CMXCVII.—SWEARING THE PEACE.
      • CMXCVIII.—THE RULING PASSION.
      • CMXCIX.—A SANITARY AIR.
      • M.—GRAFTING.
      • MI.—A SHORT CREED.
      • MII.—IN THE DARK.
      • MIII.—NOT TO BE TEMPTED.
      • MIV.—QUITE POETICAL.
      • MV.—CORPORATION POLITENESS.
      • MVI.—A COMMON WANT.
      • MVII.—LARGE, BUT NOT LARGE ENOUGH.
      • MVIII.—HENRY ERSKINE.
      • MIX.—EPITAPH ON A MISER.
      • MX.—SMART REPLY.
      • MXI.—CALUMNY.
      • MXII.—LOVE.
      • MXIII.—ANY CHANGE FOR THE BETTER.
      • MXIV.—TOO FAST.
      • MXV.—A REVERSE JOKE.
      • MXVI.—A TRANSPORTING SUBJECT.
      • MXVII.—HARD-WARE.
      • MXVIII.—PAINTING AND MEDICINE.
      • MXIX.—DOGMATISM
      • MXX.—SALAD.
      • MXXI.—ACTOR.
      • MXXII.—EPIGRAM.
      • MXXIII.—CANDID ON BOTH SIDES.
      • MXXIV.—CARROTS CLASSICALLY CONSIDERED.
      • MXXV.—DOING HOMAGE.
      • MXXVI.—SYDNEY SMITH SOPORIFIC.
      • MXXVII.—EPIGRAM.
      • MXXVIII.—GOOD AT A PINCH.
      • MXXIX.—EPIGRAM.
      • MXXX.—WILKES'S READY REPLY.
      • MXXXI.—TOO GRATEFUL.
      • MXXXII.—THE POETS TO CERTAIN CRITICS.
      • MXXXIII.—ODD HOUSEKEEPING.
      • MXXXIV.—TELLING ONE'S AGE.
      • MXXXV.—POT VALIANT.
      • MXXXVI.—CAUSE AND EFFECT.
      • MXXXVII.—A BAD PREACHER.
      • MXXXVIII.—ON ROGERS THE POET, WHO WAS EGOTISTICAL.
      • MXXXIX.—A POSER.
      • MXL.—A QUIET DOSE.
      • MXLI.—THE DANCING PRELATES.
      • MXLII.—AURICULAR CONFESSION.
      • MXLIII.—A DRY FELLOW.
      • MAXILLA.—GOOD EVIDENCE.
      • AXLE.—EPITAPH UPON PETER STAGGS.
      • MXLVI.—QUIN AND THE PARSON.
      • MXLVII.—NATURAL ANTIPATHY.
      • MXLVIII.—NOT NECESSARY.
      • MXLIX.—ASSURANCE AND INSURANCE.
      • ML.—CROMWELL.
      • MLI.—BILL PAID IN FULL.
      • MLII.—WOMEN.
      • MLIII.—THE DEVIL'S OWN.
      • MLIV.—WHIST-PLAYING.
      • MLV.—A CRUEL CASE.
      • MLVI.—ON SHELLEY'S POEM, "PROMETHEUS UNBOUND."
      • MLVII.—WRITING TREASON.
      • MLVIII.—A GRACEFUL ILLUSTRATION.
      • MLIX.—IMPROMPTU.
      • MLX.—IN THE BACKGROUND.
      • MLXI.—IN WANT OF A HUSBAND.
      • MLXII.—THREE ENDS TO A ROPE.
      • MLXIII.—THE REASON WHY.
      • MLXIV.—PERSONALITIES OF GARRICK AND QUIN.
      • MLXV.—BARK AND BITE.
      • MLXVI.—A PRESSING REASON.
      • MLXVII.—SMALL WIT.
      • MLXVIII.—EPIGRAM ON A STUDENT BEING PUT OUT OF COMMONS FOR MISSING CHAPEL.
      • MLXIX.—MAKING PROGRESS.
      • MLXX.—THE WOOLSACK.
      • MLXXI.—SIR THOMAS COULSON.
      • MLXXII.—THROW PHYSIC TO THE DOGS!
      • MLXXIII.—MOTHERLY REMARK.
      • MLXXIV.—TOO GOOD.
      • MLXXV.—A BALANCE.
      • MLXXVI.—MONEY'S WORTH.
      • MLXXVII.—ON MR. GULLY BEING RETURNED M.P. FOR PONTEFRACT.
      • MLXXVIII.—WRITING FOR THE STAGE.
      • MLXXIX.—A COMPARISON.
      • MLXXX.—GAMBLING.
      • MLXXXI.—SWEEPS.
      • MLXXXII.—SELF-CONCEIT.
      • MLXXXIII.—JAMES SMITH AND JUSTICE HOLROYD.
      • MLXXXIV.—A GOOD INVESTMENT.
      • MLXXXV.—THE AGED YOUNG LADY.
      • MLXXXVI—KEEPING TIME.
      • MLXXXVII.—ENTERING THE LISTS.
      • MLXXXVIII.—NOT IMPORTUNATE.
      • MLXXXIX.—WITTY COWARD.
      • MXC.—PRIORITY.
      • MXCI.—SHOULD NOT SILENCE GIVE CONSENT?
      • MXCII.—CHARACTERISTICS.
      • MXCIII.—AN ERROR CORRECTED.
      • MXCIV.—A MYSTERY CLEARED UP.
      • MXCV.—BRAHAM AND KENNEY.
      • MXCVI.—HOW TO ESCAPE TAXATION.
      • MXCVII.—A BED OF—WHERE?
      • MXCVIII.—ENVY.
      • MXCIX.—A SLIGHT DIFFERENCE.
      • MC.—MORE HONORED IN THE BREACH.
      • MCI.—"YOU'LL GET THERE BEFORE I CAN TELL YOU."
      • MCII.—ON MR. MILTON, THE LIVERY STABLE-KEEPER.
      • MCIII.—A LONG RESIDENCE.
      • MCIV.—SPARE THE ROD.
      • MCV.—POLITICAL SINECURE.
      • MCVI.—EPIGRAM ON A PETIT-MAÎTRE PHYSICIAN.
      • MCVII.—DAMPED ARDOR.
      • MCVIII.—ELLISTON AND GEORGE IV.
      • MCIX.—TRUTH AND FICTION.
      • MCX.—A REASONABLE REFUSAL.
      • MCXI.—LORD NORTH'S DROLLERY.
      • MCXII.—INCAPACITY.
      • MCXIII.—EPIGRAM.
      • MCXIV.—VALUE OF NOTHING.
      • MCXV.—THE RIGHT ORGAN.
      • MCXVI.—MIND YOUR POINTS.
      • MCXVII.—REASONS FOR DRINKING.
      • MCXVIII.—NO MATTER WHAT COLOR.
      • MCXIX.—AN ODD OCCURRENCE.
      • MCXX.—A DANGEROUS GENERALIZATION.
      • MCXXI.—NOSCE TE IPSUM.
      • MCXXII.—VERA CANNIE.
      • MCXXIII.—TIMELY AID.
      • MCXXIV.—WHIST.
      • MCXXV.—HENRY ERSKINE.
      • MCXXVI.—THE ABBEY CHURCH AT BATH.
      • MCXXVII.—TOO MUCH AND TOO LITTLE.
      • MCXXVIII.—SHARP, IF NOT PLEASANT.
      • MCXXIX.—AN EAST INDIAN CHAPLAINCY.
      • MCXXX.—CONSTANCY.
      • MCXXXI.—EPIGRAM.
      • MCXXXII.—SPEAKING OF SAUSAGES.
      • MCXXXIII.—BRINGING HIS MAN DOWN.
      • MCXXXIV.—A PERFECT BORE.
      • MCXXXV.—TOO CIVIL BY HALF.
      • MCXXXVI.—"OUR LANDLADY."
      • MCXXXVII.—THE CHURCH IN THE WAY.
      • MCXXXVIII.—SAVING TIME.
      • MCXXXIX.—THE YOUNG IDEA.
      • MCXL.—EPIGRAM.
      • MCXLI.—EPITAPHS.
      • MCXLII.—NATIONAL PREJUDICE.
      • MCXLIII.—GRANDILOQUENCE.
      • MCXLIV.—THE LETTER C.
      • MCXLV.—PRACTICAL RETORT.
      • MCXLVI.—AN AGREEABLE PRACTICE.
      • MCXLVII.—A REASON FOR RUNNING AWAY.
      • MCXLVIII.—LEGAL EXTRAVAGANCE.
      • MCXLIX.—A CLAIM ON THE COUNTRY.
      • MCL.—PLAIN SPEAKING.
      • MCLL.—THE PLURAL NUMBER.
      • MCLII.—MAULE-PRACTICE.
      • MCLIII.—VERY LIKELY.
      • MCLIV.—MUCH ALIKE.
      • MCLV.—A GOOD WIFE.
      • MCLVI.—WELLINGTON SURPRISED.
      • MCLVII.—TOO CLEVER.
      • MCLVIII.—A LIGHT JOKE.
      • MCLIX.—A REBUKE.
      • MCLX.—A MODEL PHILANTHROPIST.
      • MCLXI.—GREAT CABBAGE.
      • MCLXII.—TRUE AND FALSE.
      • MCLXIII.—NOT QUITE CORRECT.
      • MCLXIV.—A FOOL CONFIRMED.
      • MCLXV.—PLEASANT.
      • MCLXVI.—ALERE FLAMMAN.
      • MCLXVII.—ORATORY.
      • MCLXVIII.—SOLDIERS' WIVES.
      • MCLXIX.—NO JOKE.
      • MCLXX.—A GOOD LIKENESS.
      • MCLXXI.—CUTTING AN ACQUAINTANCE.
      • MCLXXII.—VERY SHOCKING, IF TRUE.
      • MCLXXIII.—IMPOSSIBLE IN THE EVENING.
      • MCLXXIV.—A GOOD APPETITE.
      • MCLXXV.—SHORT-SIGHTED.
      • MCLXXVI.—AN ADVANTAGEOUS TITHE.
      • MCLXXVI I.—TRUTH versus POLITENESS.
      • MCLXXVIII.—A NEW VIEW.
      • MCLXXIX.—THE ONE-SPUR HORSEMAN.
      • MCLXXX.—A PHILOSOPHICAL REASON.
      • MCLXXXI.—A PLAY UPON WORDS.
      • MCLXXXII.—JEMMY GORDON.
      • MCLXXXIII.—SETTING UP AND SITTING DOWN.
      • MCLXXXIV.—A SETTLED POINT.
      • MCLXXXV.—JOLLY COMPANIONS.
      • MCLXXXVI.—PAYING IN KIND.
      • MCLXXXVII.—A FULL HOUSE.
      • MCLXXXVIII.—RATHER THE WORST HALF.
      • MCLXXXIX.—FORCE OF HABIT.
      • MCXC.—A WONDERFUL SIGHT.
      • MCXCI.—BURKE AND FOX.
      • MCXCII.—TRYING TO THE TEMPER.
      • MCXCIII.—HAVING A CALL.
      • MCXCIV.—A WILL AND AWAY.
      • MCXCV.—A WINDY MINISTER.
      • MCXCVI.—READY RECKONER.
      • MCXCVII.—A "DISTANT" FRIEND.
      • MCXCVIII.—TYPOGRAPHICAL WIT.
      • MCXCIX.—A NAMELESS MAN.
      • MCC.—AN INSURMOUNTABLE DIFFICULTY.
      • MCCI.—NON COMPOS.
      • MCCII.—TOO LIBERAL.
      • MCCIII.—A LITTLE RAIN.
      • MCCIV.—TRUE DIGNITY.
      • MCCV.—HOW TO GET RID OF AN ENEMY.
      • MCCVI.—SEVERE.
      • MCCVII.—NO SACRIFICE.
      • MCCVIII.—SHARP BOY.
      • MCCIX.—EARLY BIRDS OF PREY.
      • MCCX.—JUDGMENT.
      • MCCXI.—ON A LADY WHO WAS PAINTED.
      • MCCXII.—RATHER A-CURATE.
      • MCCXIII.—MONEY'S WORTH.
      • MCCXIV.—THE RICHMOND HOAX.
      • MCCX.V.—LORD CHATHAM.
      • MCCXVI.—"I CAN GET THROUGH."
      • MCCXVII.—MAKING FREE.
      • MCCXVIII.—FICTION AND TRUTH.
      • MCCXIX.—A TAVERN DINNER.
      • MCCXX.—A FULL STOP.
      • MCCXXI.—FAT AND LEAN.
      • MCCXXII.—SELF-CONDEMNATION.
      • MCCXXIII.—NICKNAMES.
      • MCCXXIV.—A CALCULATION.
      • MCCXXV.—ON THE PRICE OF ADMISSION TO SEE THE MAMMOTH HORSE.
      • MCCXXVI.—NOTHING BUT HEBREW.
      • MCCXXVII.—A GOOD RECOMMENDATION.
      • MCCXXVIII.—QUID PRO QUO.
      • MCCXXIX.—SERVANTS.
      • MCCXXX.—PLAIN ENOUGH.
      • MCCXXXI.—A POSER.
      • MCCXXXII.—TRUE CRITICISM.
      • MCCXXXIII.—ORIGIN OF THE TERM GROG.
      • MCCXXXIV.—WELL SAID.
      • MCCXXXV.—SLEEPING AT CHURCH.
      • MCCXXXVI.—SHERIDAN CONVIVIAL.
      • MCCXXXVII.—THE WORST OF TWO EVILS.
      • MCCXXXVIII.—QUID PRO QUO.
      • MCCXXXIX.—CREDIT.
      • MCCXL.—SEEING NOT BELIEVING.
      • MCCXLI.—SPIRIT OF A GAMBLER.
      • MCCXLII.—BURKE'S TEDIOUSNESS.
      • MCCXLIII.—VERY LIKE EACH OTHER.
      • MCCXLIV.—FORTUNATE STARS.
      • MCCXLV.—A NEW READING.
      • MCCXLVI.—QUITE AT EASE.
      • MCCXLVII.—CHARLES, DUKE OF NORFOLK.
      • MCCXLVIII.—CLEARING EMIGRANTS.
      • MCCXLIX.—PARLIAMENTARY CASE.
      • MCCL.—OUTLINE OF AN AMBASSADOR.
      • MCCLI.—NATURE AND ART.
      • MCCLII.—A COMPARISON.
      • MCCLIII.—THE SNUFF-BOX.
      • MCCLIV.—NOT SICK ENOUGH FOR THAT.
      • MCCLV.—A SEASONABLE JOKE.
      • MCCLVI.—GETTING A LIVING.
      • MCCLVII.—GOOD EYES.
      • MCCLVIII.—INDIFFERENCE TO LIFE.
      • MCCLIX.—A LAST RESOURCE.
      • MCCLX.—A DULL MAN.
      • MCCLXI.—WHITE TEETH.
      • MCCLXII.—A PLEASANT PARTNER.
      • MCCLXIII.—TWO CARRIAGES.
      • MCCLXIV.—EXCUSABLE FEAR.
      • MCCLXV.—COLERIDGE AND THELWALL.
      • MCCLXVI.—A FLASH OF WIT.
      • MCCLXVII.—LOST AND FOUND.
      • MCCLXVIII.—A MILITARY AXIOM.
      • MCCLXIX.—A FORCIBLE ARGUMENT.
      • MCCLXX.—NOT TO BE DONE BROWN.
      • MCCLXXI.—AN ODD NOTION.
      • MCCLXXII.—A SURE TAKE.
      • MCCLXXIII.—MR. TIERNEY'S HUMOR.
      • MCCLXXIV.—DIFFERENCE OF OPINION.
      • MCCLXXV.—ORTHOGRAPHY.
      • MCCLXXVI.—A SHORT JOURNEY.
      • MCCLXXVII.—LORD HOWE.
      • MCCLXXVIII.—RATHER ETHEREAL.
      • MCCLXXIX.—HENRY VIII.
      • MCCLXXX.—MELODRAMATIC HIT.
      • MCCLXXXI.—A LONG ILLNESS.
      • MCCLXXXII.—DIALOGUE IN THE WESTERN ISLANDS OF SCOTLAND.
      • MCCLXXXIII.—WHAT'S IN A NAME?
      • MCCLXXXIV.—TILLOTSON.
      • MCCLXXXV.—IMPORTANT TO BACHELORS.
      • MCCLXXXVI.—CHIN-SURVEYING.
      • MCCLXXXVII.—CHANGING HATS.
      • MCCLXXXVIII.—POWDER WITHOUT BALL.
      • MCCLXXXIX.—POPE'S LAST ILLNESS.
      • MCCXC.—OPPOSITE TEMPERS.
      • MCCXCI.—A CONJUGAL CONCLUSION.
      • MCCXCII.—A QUEER EXPRESSION.
      • MCCXCIII.—AN IRISHMAN'S NOTION OF DISCOUNT.
      • MCCXCIV.—A PARTICIPATION IN A PRACTICAL JOKE.
      • MCCXCV.—INGRATITUDE.
      • MCCXCVI.—A PREFIX.
      • MCCXCVII.—A GOOD MIXTURE.
      • MCCXCVIII.—SIR WALTER SCOTT'S PARRITCH-PAN.
      • MCCXCIX.—HORNE TOOKE AND WILKES.
      • MCCC.—A LITERARY RENDERING.
      • MCCCI.—TEMPERANCE CRUETS.
      • MCCCII.—DR GLYNN'S RECEIPT FOR DRESSING A CUCUMBER.
      • MCCCIII.—"WHAT'S A HAT WITHOUT A HEAD?"
      • MCCCIV.—SEVERE REBUKE.
      • MCCCV.—HORSES TO GRASS.
      • MCCCVI.—INADVERTENCE AND EPICURISM.
      • MCCCVII.—VERY TRUE.
      • MCCCVIII.—A JEW'S EYE TO BUSINESS.
      • MCCCIX.—ST. PETER A BACHELOR.
      • MCCCX.—TRUE OF BOTH.
      • MCCCXI.—A POSER.
      • MCCCXII.—VERY APPROPRIATE.
      • MCCCXIII.—A BAD JUDGE.
      • MCCCXIV.—WHITE HANDS.
      • MCCCXV.—TRUE TO THE LETTER.
      • MCCCXVI.—SIR WALTER SCOTT AND CONSTABLE.
      • MCCCXVII.—TRUE PHILOSOPHY.
      • MCCCXVIII.—ANSWERED AT ONCE.
      • MCCCXIX.—A DEADLY WEAPON.
      • MCCCXX.—EQUALITY OF THE LAW.
      • MCCCXXI.—OPEN CONFESSION.
      • MCCCXXII.—QUITE PROFESSIONAL.
      • MCCCXXIII.—ON DR. LETTSOM.
      • MCCCXXIV.—EQUITABLE LAW.
      • MCCCXXV.—IRISH AND SCOTCH LOYALTY.
      • MCCCXXVI.—RUNNING ACCOUNTS.
      • MCCCXXVII.—ON BLOOMFIELD, THE POET.
      • MCCCXXVIII.—SCOTCHMAN AND HIGHWAYMEN.
      • MCCCXXIX.—IRISH IMPRUDENCE.
      • MCCCXXX.—THE PIGS AND THE SILVER SPOON.
      • MCCCXXXI.—A FALSE FACE TRUE.
      • MCCCXXXII.—A CONSIDERATE MAYOR.
      • MCCCXXXIII.—THE SAFE SIDE.
      • MCCCXXXIV.—VISIBLY LOSING.
      • MCCCXXXV.—REASON FOR THICK ANKLES.
      • MCCCXXXVI.—ERASMUS VERSUS LUTHER.
      • MCCCXXXVII.—SOMETHING TO BE PROUD OF.
      • MCCCXXXVIII.—FAIRLY WON.
      • MCCCXXXIX.—A FORTUNATE EXPEDIENT.
      • MCCCXL.—ON THE FOUR GEORGES.
      • MCCCXLI.—WHAT EVERYBODY DOES.
      • MCCCXLII.—WHAT IS AN ARCHDEACON?
      • MCCCXLIII.—"ON MR. PITT'S BEING PELTED BY THE MOB, ON LORD MAYOR'S DAY, 1787."
      • MCCCXLIV.—LATIMER.
      • MCCCXLV.—EXCUSE FOR COWARDICE.
      • MCCCXLVI.—A NEW IDEA.
      • MCCCXLVII—THE POOR CURATE.
      • MCCCXLVIII.—NEIGHBORLY POLITENESS.
      • MCCCXLIX.—A HEAVY WEIGHT.
      • MCCCL.—A SYLLABIC DIFFERENCE.
      • MCCCLI.—"SINKING" THE WELL.
      • MCCCLII.—ON A GENTLEMAN NAMED HEDDY.
      • MCCCLIII.—THE WAY TO KEW.
      • MCCCLIV.—ABOVE PROOF.
      • MCCCLV.—AWKWARD ORTHOGRAPHY.
      • MCCCLVI.—MISS WILBERFORCE.
      • MCCCLVII.—WRITTEN ON THE UNION, 1801, BY A BARRISTER OF DUBLIN.
      • MCCCLVIII.—A COOL PROPOSITION.
      • MCCCLIX.—A PROPER NAME.
      • MCCCLX.—THE GRANDSON.
      • MCCCLXI.—AN UNANSWERABLE ARGUMENT.
      • MCCCLXII.—TO LADY, MOUNT E——, ON THE DEATH OF A FAVORITE PIG.
      • MCCCLXIII.—NATURAL.
      • MCCCLXIV.—BROTHERLY LOVE.
      • MCCCLXV.—A DISTRESSFUL DENOUEMENT.
      • MCCCLXVI.—CONSERVATIVE LOGIC.
      • MCCCLXVII.—THE BEST WINE.
      • MCCCLXVIII.—A VALUABLE BEAVER.
      • MCCCLXIX.—SOMETHING TO POCKET.
      • MCCCLXX.—UP AND DOWN.
      • MCCCLXXI.—A POOR SUBSTITUTE.
      • MCCCLXXII.—OUT OF SPIRITS.
      • MCCCLXXIII.—GOOD AT THE HALT.
      • MCCCLXXIV.—AN EASY WAY.
      • MCCCLXXV.—ERUDITE.
      • MCCCLXXVI.—VERY EASY.
      • MCCCLXXVII.—A WINNER AT CARDS.
      • MCCCLXXVIII.—EPIGRAM.
      • MCCCLXXIX.—AN INCONVENIENT BREAK DOWN.
      • MCCCLXXX.—SMALL TALK.
      • MCCCLXXXI.—RATHER FEROCIOUS.
      • MCCCLXXXII.—ONLY FOR LIFE.
      • MCCCLXXXIII.—AN OUTLINE.
      • MCCCLXXXIV.—ON SIR WALTER SCOTT'S POEM OF WATERLOO.
      • MCCCLXXXV.—UGLY TRADES.
      • MCCCLXXXVI.—A GOOD CHARACTER.
      • MCCCLXXXVII.—SENSIBILITY.
      • MCCCLXXXVIII.—PATIENCE.
      • MCCCLXXXIX.—WHAT'S MY THOUGHT LIKE?
      • MCCCXC.—NOT GIVING HIMSELF "AIRS."
      • MCCCXCI.—A BARBER SHAVED BY A LAWYER.
      • MCCCXCII.—A MAN OF METAL.
      • MCCCXCIII.—SPECIMEN OF THE LACONIC.
      • MCCCXCIV.—A DROP.
      • MCCCXCV.—ERROR IN JUDGMENT.
      • MCCCXCVI.—THE SUPERIORITY OF MACHINERY.
      • MCCCXCVII.—THE MONEY-BORROWER DECEIVED.
      • MCCCXCVIII.—A SPEAKING CANVAS.
      • MCCCXCIX.—INDUSTRY OF THE ENGLISH PEOPLE.
      • MCD.—OCULAR.
      • MCDI.—ON THE DISAPPOINTMENT OF THE WHIG ASSOCIATES OF THE PRINCE REGENT AT NOT OBTAINING OFFICE.
      • MCDII.—AN APT REPROOF.
      • MCDIII.—THE LAME BEGGAR.
      • MCDIV.—HOLLAND'S FUNERAL.
      • MCDV.—PRETTY.
      • MCDVI.—NOT IMPROBABLE.
      • MCDVII.—SOUGHT AND FOUND.
      • MCDVIII.—NO REDEEMING VIRTUE.
      • MCDIX.—A REMARKABLE ECHO.
      • MCDX.—A DUTIFUL DAUGHTER.
      • MCDXI.—A PERTINENT QUESTION.
      • MCDXII.—A SOPORIFIC.
      • MCDXIII.—THE AMENDE HONORABLE.
      • MCDXIV.—ALLEGORICAL REPRESENTATION.
      • MCDXV.—MILITARY ELOQUENCE.
      • MCDXVI.—CUTTING OFF THE SUPPLIES.
      • MCDXVII.—EPIGRAM.
      • MCDXVIII.—A FOWL JOKE.
      • MCDXIX.—AN EXPENSIVE TRIP.
      • MCDXX.—OLD FRIENDS.
      • MCDXXI.—A REASON.
      • MCDXXII.—HONOR.
      • MCDXXIII.—JUST AS WONDERFUL.
      • MCDXXIV.—CHARITY BEGINS AT HOME.
      • MCDXXV.—QUESTION ANSWERED.
      • MCDXXVI.—VERY LIKELY.
      • MCDXXVII.—INQUEST EXTRAORDINARY.
      • MCDXXVIII.—A GRUNT.
      • MCDXXIX.—ONE FAULT.
      • MCDXXX.—TO THE "COMING" MAN.
      • MCDXXXI.—NOTHING TO BOAST OF.
      • MCDXXXII.—COLONIAL BREWERIES.
      • MCDXXXIII.—A CLOSER.
      • MCDXXXIV.—THE FOOL OR KNAVE.
      • MCDXXXV.—KNOWING HIS MAN.
      • MCDXXXVI.—A GOOD REASON FOR A BAD CAUSE.
      • MCDXXXVII.—SELF-APPLAUSE.
      • MCDXXXVIII.—A WOODEN JOKE.
      • MCDXXXIX.—AN OLD ADAGE REFUTED.
      • MCDXL.—THEATRICAL PURGATIONS.
      • MCDXLI.—ALL THE SAME.
      • MCDXLII.—THE PRINCIPLE OF GOVERNMENTS.
      • MCDXLIII.—DR. WALCOT'S APPLICATION FOR SHIELD'S IVORY OPERA PASS.
      • MCDXLIV.—COOKING HIS GOOSE.
      • MCDXLV.—TAKE WARNING!
      • MCDXLVI.—"THE WIDE, WIDE SEA."
      • MCDXLVII.—CONDITIONAL AGREEMENT.
      • MCDXLVIII.—ON A SQUINTING POETESS.
      • MCDXLIX.—A NEAT SUGGESTION.
      • MCDL.—SCOTCH "WUT."
      • MCDLI.—WHERE IT CAME FROM.
      • MCDLII.—QUIN AND CHARLES I.
      • MCDLIII.—TIMELY FLATTERY.
      • MCDLIV.—EPIGRAM ON TWO CONTRACTORS.
      • MCDLV.—TRAVELLERS SEE STRANGE THINGS.
      • MCDLVI.—AN UNCONSCIOUS INSULT.
      • MCDLVII.—A CLOSE TRANSLATION.
      • MCDLVIII.—NEW RELATIONSHIP.
      • MCDLIX.—ONLY A NINEPIN.
      • MCDLX.—DR. WALCOT'S REQUEST FOR IVORY TICKETS, SENT TO SHIELD, THE COMPOSER.
      • MCDLXI.—DIFFICULTIES IN EITHER CASE.
      • MCDLXII.—A PROFESSIONAL AIM.
      • MCDLXIII.—FLYING COLORS.
      • MCDLXIV.—AN ENTERTAINING PROPOSITION.
      • MCDLXV.—UNION OF OPPOSITES.
      • MCDLXVI.—EPIGRAM.
      • MCDLXVII.—AN UNTAXED LUXURY.
      • MCDLXVIII.—A DEAR SPEAKER.
      • MCDLXIX.—ABSURDLY LOGICAL.
      • MCDLXX.—PROOF POSITIVE.
      • MCDLXXI.—PLAYER, OR LORD.
      • MCDLXXII.—IN MEMORIAM.
      • MCDLXXIII.—PRIME'S PRESERVATIVE.
      • MCDLXXIV.—A SHARP BRUSH.
      • MCDLXXV.—NOT SO "DAFT" AS REPUTED.
      • MCDLXXVI.—PICKING POCKETS.
      • MCDLXXVII.—HUSBANDING HIS RESOURCES.
      • MCDLXXVIII.—SMOOTHING IT DOWN.
      • MCDLXXIX.—MAKING FREE WITH THE WAIST.
      • MCDLXXX.—A HOPELESS INVASION.
      • MCDLXXXI.—DROLL TO ORDER.
      • MCDLXXXII.—MEN OF WEIGHT.
      • MCDLXXXIII.—CHEMICAL ODDITY.
      • MCDLXXXIV.—AN APISH RESEMBLANCE.
      • MCDLXXXV.—HE WHO SUNG "THE LAYS OF ANCIENT ROME."
      • MCDLXXXVI.—DEATH-BED FORGIVENESS.
      • MCDLXXXVII.—A REASONABLE PREFERENCE.
      • MCDLXXXVIII.—A DEAR BARGAIN.
      • MCDLXXXIX.—SUGGESTIVE REPUDIATION.
      • MCDXC.—NO INTRUSION.
      • MCDXCI.—EXPERIMENTUM CRUCIS.
      • MCDXCII.—NOT AT ALL ANXIOUS.
      • MCDXCIII.—ODD HUMOR.
      • MCDXCIV.—A TICKLISH OPENING.
      • MCDXCV.—THE REPUBLIC OF LETTERS.
      • MCDXCVI.—AN OFFENSIVE PREFERENCE.
      • MCDXCVII.—SELF-CONDEMNATION.
      • MCDXCVIII.—AN ILLEGAL INDORSEMENT.
      • MCDXCIX.—A PLUMPER.
      • MD.—A PAINFUL EXAMINATION.
      • MDI.—BUSINESS AND PLEASURE.
      • MDII.—INFORMATION EASILY ACQUIRED.
      • MDIII.—A WALKING STICK.
      • MDIV.—CHARITY AND INCONVENIENCE.
      • MDV.—A REASON FOR BELIEF.
      • MDVI.—OPENLY.
      • MDVII.—PAINTED CHARMS.
      • MDVIII.—ON THE SPOT.
      • MDIX.—MR. ERSKINE'S FIRMNESS.
      • MDX.—A SHUFFLING ANSWER.
      • MDXI.—THE DEBT PAID.
      • MDXII.—A UTILITARIAN INQUIRY.
      • MDXIII.—AN OBJECTIONABLE PROCESS.
      • MDXIV.—EPIGRAM.
      • MDXV.—A DREADFUL SUSPICION.
      • MDXVI.—A FAMILIAR FRIEND.
      • MDXVII.—NO MUSIC IN HIS SOUL.
      • MDXVIII.—PROFESSIONAL CANDOR.
      • MDXIX.—TELL IT NOT IN ENGLAND.
      • MDXX.—FASHION AND VIRTUE.
      • MDXXI.—PROFESSIONAL COMPANIONS.
      • MDXXII.—WHY MASTER OF THE HOUSE.
      • MDXXIII.—PRECAUTIONARY.
      • MDXXIV.—A LATE DISCOVERER.
      • MDXXV.—LINES TO O'KEEFE.
      • MDXXVI.—PROFESSION AND PRACTICE.
      • MDXXVII.—A RISKFUL ADVENTURE.
      • MDXXVIII.—WONDERFUL UNANIMITY.
      • MDXXIX.—A MICHAELMAS MEETING.
      • MDXXX.—A TYPOGRAPHICAL TRANSFER.
      • MDXXXI.—EPIGRAM.
      • MDXXXII.—GOING TO EXTREMES.
      • MDXXXIII.—SILENT APPRECIATION.
      • MDXXXIV.—JUSTICE MIDAS.
      • MDXXXV.—A SIGNIFICANT DIFFERENCE.
      • MDXXXVI.—LAW AND PHYSIC.
      • MDXXXVII.—EUCLID REFUTED.
      • MDXXXVIII.—KEEPING IT TO HIMSELF.
      • MDXXXIX.—CLASSICAL WIT.
      • MDXL.—A PREFERABLE WAY.
      • MDXLI.—A STOUT SWIMMER.
      • MDXLII.—A CHOICE OF EVILS.
      • MDXLIII.—RESTING HERSELF.
      • MDXLIV.—A CHARTIST NOT A LEVELLER.
      • MDXLV.—DEATH AND DR. BOLUS.
      • MDXLVI.—AN EVASION.
      • MDXLVII.—GOING FROM THE POINT.
      • MDXLVIII.—DEFINING A CREED.
      • MDXLIX.—A BIT OF MOONSHINE.
      • MDL.—EPIGRAM.
      • MDLI.—A KIND HINT.
      • MDLII.—PRIEST'S ORDERS.
      • MDLIII.—SHERIDAN AND BURKE.
      • MDLIV.—ALWAYS THE BETTER.
      • MDLV.—A PUNGENT PINCH.
      • MDLVI.—"OFF WITH HIS HEAD."
      • MDLVII.—ON A GREAT TALKER.
      • MDLVIII.—DRY HUMOR.
      • MDLIX.—CHANGE FOR A GUINEA.
      • MDLX.—AS BLACK AS HE COULD BE PAINTED.
      • MDLXI.—A MAN AND A BROTHER.
      • MDLXII.—PULLING UP A POET.
      • MDLXIII.—AN HONOR TO TIPPERARY.
      • MDLXIV.—WITTY THANKSGIVING.
      • MDLXV.—A REASON FOR NOT MOVING.
      • MDLXVI.—KILLED BY HIS OWN REMEDY.
      • MDLXVII.—NOTHING SURPRISING.
      • MDLXVIII.—RUNNING NO RISK.
      • MDLXIX.—A HUMORIST PIQUED.
      • MDLXX.—NOT ROOM FOR A NEIGHBOR.
      • MDLXXI.—AN UNEXPECTED CANNONADE.
      • MDLXXII.—ON BUTLER'S MONUMENT.
      • MDLXXIII.—A WORD IN SEASON.
      • MDLXXIV.—"GETTING THE WORST OF IT."
      • MDLXXV.—A SATISFACTORY EXPLANATION.
      • MDLXXVI.—"I TAKES 'EM AS THEY COME."
      • MDLXXVU.—A CLIMAX.
      • MDLXXVIII.—BLANK CARTRIDGE.
      • MDLXXIX.—SERMONS IN STONES.
      • MDLXXX.—EARLY HABITS.
      • MDLXXXI.—LAW AND THE SCOTTISH THANE.
      • MDLXXXII.—NOT TO BE BELIEVED.
      • MDLXXXIII.—A REASON FOR POLYGAMY.
      • MDLXXXIV.—BYRON LIBELLOUS.
      • MDLXXXV.—A TERRIBLE POSSIBILITY.
      • MDLXXXVI.—ATTIRED TO TIRE.
      • MDLXXXVII.—A SMALL JOKE.
      • MDLXXXVIII.—A VAIN THREAT.
      • MDLXXXIX.—POOR LAW.
      • MDXC.—CAUSE AND EFFECT.
      • MDXCI.—A FAIR DISTRIBUTION.
      • MDXCII.—SOMETHING SHARP.
      • MDXCIII.—AN AFFECTIONATE HINT.
      • MDXCIV.—A SIMILE.
      • MDXCV.—A WIDE DIFFERENCE.
      • MDXCVI.—ASPIRING POVERTY.
      • MDXCVII.—A TENDER SUGGESTION.
      • MDXCVIII.—SUDDEN FREEDOM.
      • MDXCIX.—EPIGRAM.
      • MDC.—ANSWERING HER ACCORDING TO HER FOLLY.
      • MDCI.—THE SUN IN HIS EYE.
      • MDCII.—A BRIGHT REJOINDER.
      • MDCIII.—WELL TURNED.
      • MDCIV.—A QUICK LIE.
      • MDCV.—A MERRY THOUGHT.
      • MDCVI.—AN IMPUDENT WIT.
      • MDCVII.—WEARING AWAY.
      • MDCVIII.—A PERTINENT QUESTION.
      • MDCIX.—A BASE JOKE.
      • MDCX.—A WIDE-AWAKE MINISTER.
      • MDCXI.—ON CARDINAL WOLSEY.
      • MDCXII.—NOT FINDING HIMSELF.
      • MDCXIII.—A WITTY PROPOSITION.
      • MDCXIV.—A WARM MAN.
      • MDCXV.—LONG AGO.
      • MDCXVI.—AN UNLIKELY RESULT.
      • MDCXVII.—POLITICAL LOGIC.
      • MDCXVIII.—A WISE DECISION.
      • MDCXIX.—A POINT NEEDING TO BE SETTLED.
      • MDCXX.—A POOR LAUGH.
      • MDCXXI.—AN ANTICIPATED CALAMITY.
      • MDCXXII.—MATRIMONY.
      • MDCXXIII.—DRY, BUT NOT THIRSTY.
      • MDCXXIV.—SHAKESPEARIAN GROG.
      • MDCXXV.—A JURY CASE.
      • MDCXXVI.—SOMETHING TO BE GRATEFUL FOR.
      • MDCXXVII.—"THE RULING PASSION STRONG IN DEATH."
      • MDCXXVIII.—AN ENDLESS TASK.
      • MDCXXIX.—PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION.
      • MDCXXX.—A CELESTIAL VISION.
      • MDCXXXI.—DESTITUTION OF THE SMITH FAMILY.
      • MDCXXXII.—UNCIVIL WARNING.
      • MDCXXXIII.—AN INEVITABLE MISFORTUNE.
      • MDCXXXIV.—DONE FOR.
      • MDCXXXV.—A PROBLEM FOR TOTAL ABSTAINERS.
      • MDCXXXVI.—THE DOG TAX.
      • MDCXXXVII.—A PUN WITH AN IRISH ACCENT.
      • MDCXXXVIII.—A NEW WAY WITH ATTORNEYS.
      • MDCXXXIX.—THE DOUBT EXPLAINED.
      • MDCXL.—A YOKSHIRE BULL.
      • MDCXLI.—A ONE-SIDED JOKE.
      • MDCXLII.—TWO CURES FOR AGUE.
      • MDCXLIII.—A QUESTION OF DESCENT.
      • MDCXLIV.—PLEASANT FOR A FATHER.
      • MDCXLV.—A RULE OF PRACTICE.
      • MDCXLVI.—WITS AGREEING.
      • MDCXLVII.—LITERARY PASTIME.
      • MDCXLVIII.—A FREE TRANSLATION.
      • MDCXLIX.—AN EQUIVOCAL PREFERENCE.
      • MDCL.—RECIPROCAL ACTION.
      • MDCLI.—ACRES AND WISEACRES.
      • MDCLII.—AN UNEQUAL ARRANGEMENT.
      • MDCLIII.—A REASON FOR BEING TOO LATE.
      • MDCLIV.—COOL AS A CUCUMBER.
      • MDCLV.—AN AMPLE APOLOGY.
      • MDCLVI.—FUNERAL INVITATION.
      • MDCLVII.—A SUPERFLUOUS SCRAPER.
      • MDCLVIII.—COMPARATIVE VIRTUE.
      • MDCLIX.—GARTH AND ROWE.
      • MDCLX.—A SECRET DISCOVERED.
      • MDCLXI.—INTERESTED INQUIRY.
      • MDCLXII.—A BEARABLE PUN.
      • MDCLXIII.—CITY GLUTTON.
      • MDCLXIV.—A PRETTY REPLY.
      • MDCLXV.—A CONVENIENT THEORY.
      • MDCLXVI.—BUT ONE GOOD TRANSLATION.
      • MDCLXVII.—PHILIP, EARL OF STANHOPE.
      • MDCLXVIII.—RIGID IMPARTIALITY.
      • MDCLXIX.—WHITBREAD'S ENTIRE.
      • MDCLXX.—A FOOL AND HIS MONEY.
      • MDCLXXI.—A GRIM JOKE.
      • MDCLXXII.—INSURANCE ASSURANCE.
      • MDCLXXIII.—GENUINE LAZINESS.
      • MDCLXXIV.—CUTTING.
      • MDCLXXV.—GONE OUT.
      • MDCLXXVI.—A GOOD JUDGE.
      • MDCLXXVII.—MR. CHARLES YORKE.
      • MDCLXXVIII.—THE SALIC LAW
      • MDCLXXIX.—CHARLES JAMES FOX.
      • MDCLXXX.—PREFERMENT.
      • MDCLXXXI.—COMPLIMENTARY.
      • MDCLXXXII.—DR. DONNE.
      • MDCLXXXIII.—VULGARITY.
      • MDCLXXXIV.—AN EXPENSIVE JOB.
      • MDCLXXXV.—PROSINESS.
      • MDCLXXXVI.—A PLEASANT MESSAGE.
      • MDCLXXXVII.—EXISTENCE OF MATTER.
      • MDCLXXXVIII.—A SAUCY ANSWER.
      • MDCLXXXIX.—QUAINT EPITAPH.
      • MDCXC.—AN INHOSPITABLE IRISHMAN.
      • MDCXCI.—GOOD ENOUGH FOR A PIG.
      • MDCXCII.—FARCICAL.
      • MDCXCIII.—TOO MUCH AT ONCE.
      • MDCXCIV.—EPIGRAM.
      • MDCXCV.—POSSIBLE CENSORS.
      • MDCXCVI.—A CONNUBIAL COMPLIMENT.
      • MDCXCVII.—DOUBLE SIGHT.
      • MDCXCVIII.—WITTY AT HIS OWN EXPENSE.
      • MDCXCIX.—A CONVERSATIONAL EPIGRAM.
      • MDCC.—A PREVIOUS ENGAGEMENT.
      • MDCCI.—A ROYAL JEST.
      • MDCCII.—EXTREMELY SULPHUROUS.
      • MDCCIII.—A JOKE FROM THE NORTH.
      • MDCCIV.—MULTIPLYING ONE.
      • MDCCV.—AN AFFIRMATIVE EPIGRAM.
      • MDCCVI.—THE RULING PASSION.
      • MDCCVII.—INDIFFERENCE TO DEATH.
      • MDCCVIII.—SELF-INTEREST.
      • MDCCIX.—ALL THE DIFFERENCE.
      • MDCCX.—FOOTE'S LAST JOKE.
      • MDCCXI.—L'Envoy.
      • DINNER CODE.
    • I.—THE RISING SON.
      • II.—SOMETHING FOR DR. DARWIN.
      • III.—A BAD EXAMPLE.
      • IV.—A CONFIRMED INVALID.
      • V.—COMPARISONS ARE ODIOUS.
      • VI.—AN INSCRIPTION ON INSCRIPTIONS.
      • VII.—NO HARM DONE.
      • VIII.—BEARDING A BARBER.
      • IX.—CHANGING HIS COAT.
      • X.—GOOD ADVICE.
      • XI.—NEW RELATIONSHIP.
      • XII.—A SMALL INHERITANCE.
      • XIII.—A DIFFERENCE.
      • XIV.—THE LIGHT SUBJECT.
      • XV.—COMPLIMENTARY.
      • XVI.—A FAIR SUBSTITUTE.
      • XVII.—A CONSTITUTIONAL PUN.
      • XVIII.—A CONVERT.
      • XIX.—INCREDIBLE.
      • XX.—ALL THE DIFFERENCE.
      • XXI.—SPIRITUAL AND SPIRITUOUS.
      • XXII.—A WONDERFUL WOMAN.
      • XXIII.—A WISE SON WHO KNEW HIS OWN FATHER.
      • XXIV.—A WRITTEN CHARACTER.
      • XXV.—WELL MATCHED.
      • XXVI.—A PARDONABLE MISTAKE.
      • XXVII.—THREE CAUSES.
      • XXVIII.—THE CONNOISSEUR.
      • XXIX.—A SYMBOL.
      • XXX.—THE ONE THING WANTING.
      • XXXI.—A HORSE LAUGH.
      • XXXII.—ONE GOOD TURN DESERVES ANOTHER.
      • XXXIII.—A NOVEL COMPLAINT.
      • XXXIV.—A CONJUGAL CAUTION.
      • XXXV.—A PORTRAIT CAPITALLY EXECUTED.
      • XXXVI.—MATTER IN HIS MADNESS.
      • XXXVII.—PLEASANT INVITATION.
      • XXXVIII.—WELL-BRED HORSE.
      • XXXIX.—"ONE FOR HIS NOB."
      • XL.—SOUND AND FURY.
      • XLI.—COME OF AGE.
      • XLII.—A STRIKING NOTICE.
      • XLIII.—UP IN THE WORLD.
      • XLIV.—REVERSE OF CIRCUMSTANCES.
      • XLV.—A DOGGED ANSWER.
      • XLVI.—VISIBLE DARKNESS.
      • XLVII.—HIC-CUPPING.
      • XLVIII.—WORDS THAT BURN.
      • XLIX.—PASSING THE BOTTLE.
      • L.—"JUNIUS" DISCOVERED.
      • LI.—A WEAK WOMAN.
      • LII.—TOO MANY COOKS.
      • LIII.—LOOK IN HIS FACE.
      • LIV.—NOTHING BUT THE "BILL."
      • LV.—AN EXTINGUISHER.
      • LVI.—A BAD SHOT.
      • LVII.—WISE PRECAUTION.
      • LVIII.—A TRUMP CARD.
      • LIX.—MISTAKEN IDENTITY.
      • LX.—ALONE IN HIS GLORY.
      • LXI.—A CAPITAL LETTER.
      • LXII.—A GOOD PARSON.
      • LXIII.—SUBTRACTION AND ADDITION.
      • LXIV.—THE DOCTRINE OF CHANCES.
      • LXV.—A LATE EDITION.
      • LXVI.—VERSES WRITTEN ON A WINDOW IN THE HIGHLANDS OF SCOTLAND.
      • LXVII.—THREE TOUCHSTONES.
      • LXVIII.—A DIALOGUE.
      • LXIX.—BEAR AND VAN.
      • LXX.—EPITAPH FOR SIR JOHN VANBRUGH.
      • LXXI.—PROVING THEIR METAL.
      • LXXII.—A DISTANT PROSPECT.
      • LXXIII.—SOUND SLEEPER.
      • LXXIV.—A CHEAP CURE.
      • LXXV.—EPIGRAM.
      • LXXVI.—A GRAMMATICAL DISTINCTION.
      • LXXVII.—A BANKER'S CHECK.
      • LXXVIII.—A FILLIP FOR HIM.
      • LXXIX.—BLACK OILS.
      • LXXX.—A BAD CROP.
      • LXXXI.—A GRAVE DOCTOR.
      • LXXXII.—WASTE POWDER.
      • LXXXIII.—THE SADDLE ON THE RIGHT HORSE.
      • LXXXIV.—BLACK AND WHITE.
      • LXXXV.—HOME IS HOME.
      • LXXXVI.—A LIGHT STUDY.
      • LXXXVII.—A CLIMAX.
      • LXXXVIII.—SIMPLE DIVISION.
      • LXXXIX.—HERO-PHOBIA.
      • XC.—LYING CONSISTENTLY.
      • XCI.—NOT RIGHT.
      • XCII.—LIGHT-HEADED.
      • XCIII.—"HE LIES LIKE TRUTH."
      • XCIV.—HAND AND GLOVE.
      • XCV.—VAST DOMAIN.
      • XCVI.—MONEY RETURNED.
      • XCVII.—CHEESE AND DESSERT.
      • XCVIII.—VERY POINTED.
      • XCIX.—"THE MIXTURE AS BEFORE."
      • C.—COMPUTATION.
      • CI.—PRIMOGENITURE.
      • CII.—CHECK TO THE KING.
      • CIII.—A FALL IN MITRES.
      • CIV.—FALSE DELICACY.
      • CV.—A BAD HARVEST.
      • CVI.—PROOF IMPRESSION.
      • CVII.—NECK OR NOTHING.
      • CVIII.—ARCADIA.
      • CIX.—QUITE PERFECTION.
      • CX.—THE LATE MR. COLLINS.
      • CXI.—A FAMILY PARTY.
      • CXII.—CALF'S HEAD SURPRISED.
      • CXIII.—POPPING THE QUESTION.
      • CXIV.—SCANDALOUS.
      • CXV.—THE PRINCE OF ORANGE AND JUDGE JEFFERIES.
      • CXVI.—MODEST REQUEST.
      • CXVII.—CAP THIS.
      • CXVIII.—A PRETTY METAPHOR.
      • CXIX.—ON A STONE THROWN AT A VERY GREAT MAN, BUT WHICH MISSED HIM.
      • CXX.—A MAN OF LETTERS.
      • CXXI.—WELSH WIG-GING.
      • CXXII.—A SPRIG OF SHILLALAH.
      • CXXIII.—DOG-MATIC.
      • CXXIV.—FALSE QUANTITY.
      • CXXV.—IN SUSPENSE.
      • CXXVI.—PORSON'S VISIT TO THE CONTINENT.
      • CXXVII.—ARTIFICIAL HEAT.
      • CXXVIII.—OUTWARD APPEARANCE.
      • CXXIX.—THE TWO SMITHS.
      • CXXX.—SAGE ADVICE.
      • CXXXI.—THE PURSER.
      • CXXXII.—A FOREIGN ACCENT.
      • CXXXIII—EASY AS LYING.
      • CXXXIV.—NEW WAY TO PAY OLD DEBTS.
      • CXXXV.—EPIGRAM.
      • CXXXVI.—FLATTERY TURNED TO ADVANTAGE.
      • CXXXVII.—THE INTRUDER REBUKED.
      • CXXXVIII.—CRITICAL POLITENESS.
      • CXXXIX.—A GOOD PLACE.
      • CXL.—A CABAL.
      • CXLI.—THE FIRE OF LONDON.
      • CXLII.—A DOUBTFUL COMPLIMENT.
      • CXLIII.—AN HONEST HORSE.
      • CXLIV.—THE RETORT CUTTING.
      • CXLV.—ELEGANT COMPLIMENT.
      • CXLVI.—A LOVE SONG, BY DEAN SWIFT.
      • CXLVII.—BY THE SAME.
      • CXLVIII.—A HAPPY SUGGESTION.
      • CXLIX.—PLAYING ON A WORD.
      • CL.—AN EYE TO PROFIT.
      • CLI.—"OUT, BRIEF CANDLE."
      • CLII.—A.I.
      • CLIII.—QUALIFYING FOR BAIL.
      • CLIV.—BARRY'S POWERS OF PLEASING.
      • CLV.—EPIGRAM.
      • CLVI.—SENTENCE OF DEATH.
      • CLVII.—NATIVE WIT.
      • CLVIII.—WORTH THE MONEY.
      • CLIX.—SUITED TO HIS SUBJECT.
      • CLX.—NOT versus NOTT.
      • CLXI.—A COCKNEY EPIGRAM.
      • CLXII.—THE PINK OF POLITENESS.
      • CLXIII.—HIGH AND LOW.
      • CLXIV.—CITY LOVE.
      • CLXV.—INGENIOUS REPLY OF A SOLDIER.
      • CLXVI.—LORD CHESTERFIELD.
      • CLXVII.—SPECIAL PLEADING.
      • CLXVIII.—ON A NEW DUKE.
      • CLXIX.—THE ZODIAC CLUB.
      • CLXX.—QUIN'S SOLILOQUY ON SEEING THE EMBALMED BODY OF DUKE HUMPHREY, AT ST. ALBAN'S.
      • CLXXI.—STRIKING REPROOF.
      • CLXXII.—A PRETTY PICTURE.
      • CLXXIII.—UNKNOWN TONGUE.
      • CLXXIV.—DUNNING AND LORD MANSFIELD.
      • CLXXV.—EPIGRAM.
      • CLXXVI.—CHANGING HIS LINE.
      • CLXXVII.—TALL AND SHORT.
      • CLXXVIII.—AN ODD COMPARISON.
      • CLXXIX.—ON THE RIGHT SIDE.
      • CLXXX.—CAUSE OF ABSENCE.
      • CLXXXI.—THE SCOLD'S VOCABULARY.
      • CLXXXII.—A FAMILIAR ILLUSTRATION.
      • CLXXXIII.—HAPPINESS.
      • CLXXXIV.—TRANSPOSING A COMPLIMENT.
      • CLXXXV.—A HANDSOME CONTRIBUTION.
      • CLXXXVI.—WASTE OF TIME.
      • CLXXXVII.—SCOTCH SIMPLICITY.
      • CLXXXVIII.—TWOFOLD ILLUSTRATION.
      • CLXXXIX.—NAT LEE AND SIR ROGER L'ESTRANGE.
      • CXC.—MAIDS AND WIVES.
      • CXCI.—TRAGEDY MS.
      • CXCII.—A TRUE COURTIER.
      • CXCIII.—RARE VIRTUE.
      • CXCIV.—A POSER.
      • CXCV.—A SHEEPISH COMPLIMENT.
      • CXCVI.—CONSIDERABLE LATITUDE.
      • CXCVII.—FARMER AND ATTORNEY.
      • CXCVIII.—A WIFE AT FORTY.
      • CXCIX.—DISAPPROBATION.
      • CC.—NOVEL OFFENCE.
      • CCI.—MEASURING HIS DISTANCE.
      • CCII.—VERY CLEAR.
      • CCIII.—BROTHERLY LOVE.
      • CCIV.—EPIGRAM.
      • CCV.—MODEST.
      • CCVI.—A JOINT CONCERN.
      • CCVII.—PROFESSIONAL.
      • CCVIII.—A GOOD REASON.
      • CCIX.—ON A BAD MAN.
      • CCX.—A CLEVER DOG.
      • CCXI.—A KNOTTY POINT.
      • CCXII.—GEORGE SELWYN.
      • CCXIII.—EMPEROR OF CHINA.
      • CCXIV.—LANDLORD AND TENANTS.
      • CCXV.—AN UGLY DOG.
      • CCXVI.—THE WRONG LEG.
      • CCXVII.—FEMALE TALKERS.
      • CCXVIII.—FIGHTING BY MEASURE.
      • CCXIX.—SUGGESTION.
      • CCXX.—THE FORCE OF SATIRE.
      • CCXXI.—THE ANGLO-FRENCH ALLIANCE.
      • CCXXII.—QUIN'S SAYING.
      • CCXXIII.—A GOOD REASON.
      • CCXXIV.—BILLY BROWN AND THE COUNSELLOR.
      • CCXXV.—THE RULING PASSION AFTER DEATH.
      • CCXXVI.—CUT AND COME AGAIN.
      • CCXXVII.—CALIBAN'S LOOKING-GLASS.
      • CCXXVIII.—UNION IS STRENGTH.
      • CCXXIX.—FRENCH PRECIPITATION.
      • CCXXX.—MAKING IT UP.
      • CCXXXI.—OLD STORIES OVER AGAIN.
      • CCXXXII.—HUMOR UNDER DIFFICULTIES.
      • CCXXXIII.—EQUALITY.
      • CCXXXIV.—QUITE NATURAL.
      • CCXXXV.—MISER'S CHARITY.
      • CCXXXVI.—SHAKING HANDS.
      • CCXXXVII.—MILTON ON WOMAN.
      • CCXXXVIII.—EPIGRAM.
      • CCXXXIX.—A GOOD REASON.
      • CCXL.—ON FARREN, THE ACTOR.
      • CCXLI.—PADDY'S LOGIC.
      • CCXLII.—WARNING TO LADIES.
      • CCXLIII.—A MOT OF DE FOE.
      • CCXLIV.—A FAIR REPULSE.
      • CCXLV.—CLAW AND CLAW.
      • CCXLVI.—THE BISHOP AND HIS PORTMANTEAU.
      • CCXLVII.—FORCE OF NATURE.
      • CCXLVIII.—BLOWING A NOSE.
      • CCXLIX.—TOO CIVIL.
      • CCL.—TORY LIBERALITY.
      • CCLI.—A CAPITAL JOKE.
      • CCLII.—PIG-HEADED.
      • CCLIII.—BURIED WORTH.
      • CCLIV.—A JUST DEBTOR.
      • CCLV.—A SOUND CONCLUSION.
      • CCLVI.—CUTTING HIS COAT.
      • CCLVII.—NON SEQUITUR.
      • CCLVIII.—ANY PORT IN A STORM.
      • CCLIX.—INGRATITUDE.
      • CCLX.—NOT SO BAD FOR A KING.
      • CCLXI.—A BAD CROP.
      • CCLXII.—"NONE SO BLIND," ETC.
      • CCLXIII.—DUPLEX MOVEMENT.
      • CCLXIV.—COULEUR DE ROSE.
      • CCLXV.—A FEELING WITNESS.
      • CCLXVI.—EXTREMES MEET.
      • CCLXVII.—DR. WEATHER-EYE.
      • CCLXVIII.—HESITATION IN HIS WRITING.
      • CCLXIX.—A GUIDE TO GOVERNMENT SITUATIONS.
      • CCLXX.—NATURAL TRANSMUTATION.
      • CCLXXI.—CRITICS.
      • CCLXXII.—QUESTION AND ANSWER.
      • CCLXXIII.—A TRUE JOKE.
      • CCLXXIV.—THE CART BEFORE THE HORSE.
      • CCLXXV.—A CITY VARNISH.
      • CCLXXVI.—A RUB AT A RASCAL.
      • CCLXXVII.—A SAGE SIMILE.
      • CCLXXVIII.—AN ARCHITECTURAL PUN.
      • CCLXXIX.—THE MAJESTY OF MUD.
      • CCLXXX.—A PROVIDENT BOY.
      • CCLXXXI.—A QUERY ANSWERED.
      • CCLXXXII.—A WOMAN'S PROMISES.
      • CCLXXXIII.—THE MEDICINE MUST BE OF USE.
      • CCLXXXIV.—ROYAL FAVOR.
      • CCLXXXV.—BLACK AND WHITE.
      • CCLXXXVI.—THE WORST OF ALL CRIMES.
      • CCLXXXVII.—A PHENOMENON ACCOUNTED FOR.
      • CCLXXXVIII.—BRIGHT AND SHARP.
      • CCLXXXIX.—A WOODMAN.
      • CCXC.—HUMAN HAPPINESS.
      • CCXCI.—MEASURE FOR MEASURE.
      • CCXCII.—A DESERVED RETORT.
      • CCXCIII.—A POETICAL SHAPE.
      • CCXCIV.—A COMMON CASE.
      • CCXCV.—EPIGRAM.
      • CCXCVI.—TOO COLD TO CHANGE.
      • CCXCVII.—SEALING AN OATH.
      • CCXCVIII.—A NEAT QUOTATION.
      • CCXCIX.—GOOD SPORT.
      • CCC.—AN UNRE-HEARSED EFFECT.
      • CCCI.—A GOOD SERVANT.
      • CCCII.—BALANCING ACCOUNTS.
      • CCCIII.—A NOVELTY.
      • CCCIV.—SCOTCH UNDERSTANDING.
      • CCCV.—BRUTAL AFFECTIONS.
      • CCCVI.—AN INTRODUCTORY CEREMONY.
      • CCCVII.—WHIG AND TORY.
      • CCCVIII.—CONTRABAND SCOTCHMAN.
      • CCCIX.—A PLACEBO.
      • CCCX.—A PLACE WANTED.
      • CCCXI.—NOT TO BE BOUGHT.
      • CCCXII.—SIGN OF BEING CRACKED.
      • CCCXIII.—CRUEL SUGGESTION.
      • CCCXIV.—AN ODD FELLOW.
      • CCCXV.—POST-MORTEM.
      • CCCXVI.—KNOWING HIS PLACE.
      • CCCXVII.—AN ATTIC JEST.
      • CCCXVIII.—CUTTING ON BOTH SIDES.
      • CCCXIX.—A READY RECKONER.
      • CCCXX.—CATCHING HIM UP.
      • CCCXXI.—A STOPPER.
      • CCCXXII.—A BOOK CASE.
      • CCCXXIII.—HINC ILLE LACHRYMÆ.
      • CCCXXIV.—REASON FOR GOING TO CHURCH.
      • CCCXXV.—A BISHOP AND CHURCHWARDEN.
      • CCCXXVI.—STONE BLIND.
      • CCCXXVII.—AGREEABLE AND NOT COMPLIMENTARY.
      • CCCXXVIII.—DR. JOHNSON WITHOUT VARIATION.
      • CCCXXIX.—MR. CANNING'S PARASITES.
      • CCCXXX.—PLEASANT DESERTS.
      • CCCXXXI.—A HOME ARGUMENT.
      • CCCXXXII.—A BAD PEN.
      • CCCXXXIII.—WIGNELL THE ACTOR.
      • CCCXXXIV.—CANDOR.
      • CCCXXXV.—A "COLD" COMPLIMENT.
      • CCCXXXVI.—READY REPLY.
      • CCCXXXVII.—FULL PROOF.
      • CCCXXXVIII.—EPIGRAM ON CIBBER.
      • CCCXXXIX.—A PROPHECY.
      • CCCXL.—A FIXTURE.
      • CCCXLI.—FAMILY PRIDE.
      • CCCXLII.—EVIDENCE OF A JOCKEY.
      • CCCXLIII.—WAY OF THE WORLD.
      • CCCXLIV.—A BROAD-SHEET HINT.
      • CCCXLV.—MODEST MERIT.
      • CCCXLVI.—SOFT, VERY!
      • CCCXLVII.—CAMBRIDGE ETIQUETTE.
      • CCCXLVIII.—EPIGRAM.
      • CCCXLIX.—HALF-WAY.
      • CCCL.—SELF-KNOWLEDGE.
      • CCCLI.—TWO OF A TRADE.
      • CCCLII.—A STRAY SHOT.
      • CCCLIII.—MILESIAN ADVICE.
      • CCCLIV.—MR. ABERNETHY.
      • CCCLV.—THE DEBT PAID.
      • CCCLVI.—EXTREMES MEET.
      • CCCLVII.—A COMPLIMENT ILL-RECEIVED.
      • CCCLVIII.—TRUTH NOT TO BE SPOKEN AT ALL TIMES.
      • CCCLIX.—A GOOD REASON.
      • CCCLX.—FOLLOWING A LEADER.
      • CCCLXI.—IDOLATRY.
      • CCCLXII.—TWICE RUINED.
      • CCCLXIII.—Q.E.D.
      • CCCLXIV.—SHORT STORIES.
      • CCCLXV.—ON A LADY WHO SQUINTED.
      • CCCLXVI.—AN ORIGINAL ATTRACTION.
      • CCCLXVII.—DEMOCRATIC VISION.
      • CCCLXVIII.—FISHY, RATHER.
      • CCCLXIX.—LIGHT BREAD.
      • CCCLXX.—SOMETHING LIKE AN INSULT.
      • CCCLXXI.—ON CHARLES KEAN, THE ACTOR.
      • CCCLXXII.—POLITICAL CORRUPTION.
      • CCCLXXIII.—A QUAKERLY OBJECTION.
      • CCCLXXIV.—A GOOD-HEARTED FELLOW.
      • CCCLXXV.—EPIGRAM ON THE DEATH OF FOOTE.
      • CCCLXXVI.—THE ANGRY OCEAN.
      • CCCLXXVII.—BREVITY.
      • CCCLXXVIII.—EPIGRAM.
      • CCCLXXIX.—A BROAD-BRIM HINT.
      • CCCLXXX.—AN ORDER FOR TWO.
      • CCCLXXXI.—EPIGRAM FROM THE ITALIAN.
      • CCCLXXXII.—MARRIAGE.
      • CCCLXXXIII.—FISHING FOR A COMPLIMENT.
      • CCCLXXXIV.—VISIBLE PROOF.
      • CCCLXXXV.—SIMPLICITY OF THE LEARNED PORSON.
      • CCCLXXXVI.—EPIGRAM ADDRESSED TO MISS EDGEWORTH.
      • CCCLXXXVII.—KEEN REPLY.
      • CCCLXXXVIII.—A GOOD EXAMPLE.
      • CCCLXXXIX.—A CERTAINTY.
      • CCCXC.—NOMINAL RHYMES.
      • CCCXCI.—A BROAD HINT.
      • CCCXCII.—VAILS TO SERVANTS.
      • CCCXCIII.—QUITE TRUE.
      • CCCXCIV.—CONGRATULATION TO ONE WHO CURLED HIS HAIR.
      • CCCXCV.—THE POLITE SCHOLAR.
      • CCCXCVI.—A COOL HAND.
      • CCCXCVII.—QUID PRO QUO.
      • CCCXCVIII.—RECRUITING SERJEANT AND COUNTRYMAN.
      • CCCXCIX.—AN ANECDOTE.
      • CD.—DIDO.
      • CDI.—EXTREME SIMPLICITY.
      • CDII.—NOT TO BE TRIFLED WITH.
      • CDIII.—AS YOU LIKE IT.
      • CDIV.—AN UPRIGHT MAN.
      • CDV.—THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON AND THE AURIST.
      • CDVI.—TRUTH NOT ALWAYS TO BE SPOKEN.
      • CDVII.—ADVERTISEMENT EXTRAORDINARY.
      • CDVIII.—A "DOUBLE TIMES."
      • CDIX.—PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED.
      • CDX.—EPIGRAM.
      • CDXI.—A SEASONABLE JOKE.
      • CDXII.—EPIGRAM.
      • CDXIII.—A CONSIDERATE SON.
      • CDXIV.—DANGEROUSLY WELL.
      • CDXV.—EPIGRAM.
      • CDXVI.—A NEW SCHOLAR.
      • CDXVII.—PUTTING A STOP TO PILGRIM'S PROGRESS.
      • CDXVIII.—EPIGRAM.
      • CDXIX.—A SUDDEN CHANGE.
      • CDXX.—VALUABLE DISCOVERY.
      • CDXXI.—A USEFUL ALLY.
      • CDXXII.—TWO SIDES TO A SPEECH.
      • CDXXIII.—WILKIE'S SIMPLICITY.
      • CDXXIV.—RINGING THE CHANGES.
      • CDXXV.—KNOWING HIS MAN.
      • CDXXVI.—A SMALL GLASS.
      • CDXXVII.—DOMESTIC ECONOMY.
      • CDXXVIII.—AN EMPTY HEAD.
      • CDXXIX.—A BAD LABEL.
      • CDXXX.—"AYE! THERE'S THE RUB."
      • CDXXXI.—MORAL EQUALITY OF MAN.
      • CDXXXII.—A SILK GOWN.
      • CDXXXIII.—EPIGRAM BY A PLUCKED MAN.
      • CDXXXIV.—THE MEASURE OF A BRAIN.
      • CDXXXV.—FOOTE AND LORD TOWNSEND.
      • CDXXXVI.—UNREASONABLE.
      • CDXXXVII.—AN HONEST WARRANTY.
      • CDXXXVIII.—THE REASON WHY.
      • CDXXXIX.—BLOTTING IT OUT.
      • CDXL.—CLERICAL WIT.
      • CDXLI.—A NICE DISTINCTION.
      • CDXLII.—WIT AND QUACKERY.
      • CDXLIII.—WIT DEFINED.
      • CDXLIV.—A VAIN SEARCH.
      • CDXLV.—A BAD CUSTOMER.
      • CDXLVI.—A REFLECTION.
      • CDXLVII.—FOOTE.
      • CDXLVIII.—INQUEST EXTRAORDINARY.
      • CDXLIX.—A BASE ONE.
      • CDL.—PROFITABLE JUGGLING.
      • CDLI.—PICKPOCKETING.
      • CDLII.—DUNNING AND LORD THURLOW.
      • CDLIII.—AFFECTATION.
      • CDLIV.—WARM FRIENDSHIPS.
      • CDLV.—THEATRICAL MISTAKES.
      • CDLVI.—A BROKEN HEAD.
      • CDLVII.—CALEDONIAN COMFORT.
      • CDLVIII.—AN ODD FAMILY.
      • CDLIX.—A LAWYER'S OPINION OF LAW.
      • CDLX.—BEN JONSON.
      • CDLXI.—UNREMITTING KINDNESS.
      • CDLXII.—KEAN'S IMPROMPTU.
      • CDLXIII.—A TRUTH FOR THE LADIES.
      • CDLXIV.—A MARK OF RESPECT.
      • CDLXV.—A GRETNA CUSTOMER.
      • CDLXVI.—LEAVING HIS VERDICT.
      • CDLXVII.—OVER-WISE.
      • CDLXVIII.—IMPROMPTU.
      • CDLXIX.—INDEPENDENCE.
      • CDLXX.—ON PRIDE.
      • CDLXXI.—BLACK LETTER.
      • CDLXXII.—A HIATUS.
      • CDLXXIII.—A REASONABLE REQUEST.
      • CDLXXIV.—A STRIKING POINT.
      • CDLXXV.—VERY PRETTY.
      • CDLXXVI.—AN ODD BIRD.
      • CDLXXVII.—INQUESTS EXTRAORDINARY.
      • CDLXXVIII.—"I'VE DONE THE SAME THING OFTEN."
      • CDLXXIX.—CONFIDENCE.
      • CDLXXX.—THE CUT INFERNAL.
      • CDLXXXI.—FEELING HIS WAY.
      • CDLXXXII.—THE WILL.
      • CDLXXXIII.—INGENUOUSNESS.
      • CDLXXXIV.—A NEW SPORT.
      • CDLXXXV.—SYDNEY SMITH.
      • CDLXXXVI.—EPIGRAM ON THE DUKE OF ——'S CONSISTENCY.
      • CDLXXXVII.—A FAIR PROPOSAL.
      • CDLXXXVIII.—A DOUBTFUL CREED.
      • CDLXXXIX.—A SATISFACTORY TOTAL.
      • CDXC.—GOOD RIDDANCE.
      • CDXCI.—CALCULATION.
      • CDXCII.—GEORGE II. AND THE RECORDER.
      • CDXCIII.—SLEEPING ROUND.
      • CDXCIV.—AT HIS FINGERS' ENDS.
      • CDXCV.—NOT SO EASY.
      • CDXCVI.—A POINT.
      • CDXCVII.—THE REPUBLIC OF LEARNING.
      • CDXCVIII.—CHALLENGING A JURY.
      • CDXCIX.—WALPOLIANA.
      • D.—MINDING HIS BUSINESS.
      • DI.—PENCE TABLE.
      • DII.—SATISFACTION.
      • DIII.—A SAFE APPEAL.
      • DIV.—A CAUTIOUS LOVER.
      • DV.—THE SWORD AND THE SCABBARD.
      • DVI.—TOUCHING.
      • DVII.—THE COLLEGE BELL!
      • DVIII.—FRENCH LANGUAGE.
      • DIX.—EPIGRAM.
      • DX.—CERTAINLY NOT ASLEEP.
      • DXI.—ANTICIPATION.
      • DXII.—THE BEST JUDGE.
      • DXIII.—THE RIVALS.
      • DXIV.—DEAD LANGUAGE.
      • DXV.—WALPOLIANA.
      • DXVI.—A SLIGHT DIFFERENCE.
      • DXVII.—EPIGRAM.
      • DXVIII.—A NICE DISTINCTION.
      • DXIX.—LATE DINNER.
      • DXX.—AN OLD JOKE.
      • DXXI.—TIME WORKS WONDERS.
      • DXXII.—A NOVEL IDEA.
      • DXXIII.—THE SPIRIT AND THE LETTER.
      • DXXIV.—LOSING AN I.
      • DXXV.—DRIVING IT HOME.
      • DXXVI.—THE EMPTY GUN.
      • DXXVII.—A PIECE OF PLATE.
      • DXXVIII.—EPISCOPAL SAUCE.
      • DXXIX.—A GOOD CRITIC.
      • DXXX.—WILKES'S TERGIVERSATION.
      • DXXXI.—A SLIGHT ERUPTION.
      • DXXXII.—SMOKING AN M.P.
      • DXXXIII.—A TIMELY REPROOF.
      • DXXXIV.—REPROOF.
      • DXXXV.—A SATISFACTORY REASON.
      • DXXXVI.—THE TANNER; AN EPIGRAM.
      • DXXXVII.—AN ABSENT MAN.
      • DXXXVIII.—A DOUBLE KNOCK.
      • DXXXIX.—A PROPER RETORT.
      • DXL.—FORAGING.
      • DXLI.—ON JEKYLL NEARLY BEING THROWN DOWN BY A VERY SMALL PIG.
      • DXLII.—UNKIND.
      • DXLIII.—DEAN SWIFT AND KING WILLIAM.
      • DXLIV.—EPIGRAM.
      • DXLV.—ELOQUENT SILENCE.
      • DXLVI.—KEEPING A PROMISE.
      • DXLVII.—NAVAL ORATORY.
      • DXLVIII.—VERSE AND WORSE.
      • DXLIX.—THE IRON DUKE.
      • DL.—CLEAR THE COURT.
      • DLI—SCOTCH CAUTION.
      • DLII.—WALPOLIANA.
      • DLIII.—NOT POLITE.
      • DLIV.—EXTENUATING CIRCUMSTANCES.
      • DLV.—ON MR. HUSBAND'S MARRIAGE.
      • DLVI.—CONFIDENCE.
      • DLVII.—LADY ANNE.
      • DLVIII.—NICE LANGUAGE.
      • DLIX.—UNPOETICAL REPLY.
      • DLX.—IMITATION OF A COW.
      • DLXI.—TAKING HIS MEASURE.
      • DLXII.—THURLOW AND PITT.
      • DLXIII.—EPIGRAM.
      • DLXIV.—A HAPPY MAN.
      • DLXV.—VULGAR ARGUMENTS.
      • DLXVI.—A CLEAR CASE.
      • DLXVII.—THE LATIN FOR COLD.
      • DLXVIII.—PIECE DE RESISTANCE.
      • DLXIX.—LAMB AND ERSKINE.
      • DLXX.—TRUE WIT.
      • DLXXI.—ORDER! ORDER!
      • DLXXII.—THEATRICAL WIT.
      • DLXXIII.—THE CUT DIRECT.
      • DLXXIV.—BUSY BODIES.
      • DLXXV.—THE HOPEFUL PUPIL.
      • DLXXVI.—THE FORCE OF HABIT.
      • DLXXVII.—NOTICE TO QUIT.
      • DLXXVIII.—A LITERAL JOKE.
      • DLXXIX.—AN ARGUMENT.
      • DLXXX.—THE CANDLE AND LANTERN.
      • DLXXXI.—ONE HEAD BETTER THAN A DOZEN.
      • DLXXXII.—KEEPING A CONSCIENCE.
      • DLXXXIII.—DEBTOR AND CREDITOR.
      • DLXXXIV.—PORTMANTEAU v. TRUNK.
      • DLXXXV.—SEEING A CORONATION.
      • DLXXXVI.—HOOK'S POLITENESS.
      • DLXXXVII.—ON NAPOLEON'S STATUE AT Boulogne TURNED, BY DESIGN OR ACCIDENT, WITH ITS BACK TO ENGLAND.
      • DLXXXVIII.—OLD TIMES.
      • DLXXXIX.—AN ARCADIAN.
      • DXC.—JOHNSON AND MRS. SIDDONS.
      • DXCI.—ROWING IN THE SAME BOAT.
      • DXCII.—A GENUINE IRISH BULL.
      • DXCIII.—THE RULING PASSION.
      • DXCIV.—EPIGRAM.
      • DXCV.—SHAKESPEARE ILLUSTRATED.
      • DXCVI.—DEGENERACY.
      • DXCVII.—WORTHY OF CREDIT.
      • DXCVIII.—PAYING IN KIND.
      • DXCIX.—VERY SERIOUS.
      • DC.—THE LATE LORD AUDLEY.
      • DCI.—DELICATE HINT.
      • DCII.—A SCOTCH MEDIUM.
      • DCIII.—EPIGRAM.
      • DCIV.—PERFECT DISCONTENT.
      • DCV.—A BAD BARGAIN.
      • DCVI.—A PIOUS MINISTER.
      • DCVII.—STERNE.
      • DCVIII.—WHO'S THE FOOL?
      • DCIX.—COLD COMFORT.
      • DCX.—A GREAT DIFFERENCE.
      • DCXI.—OXFORD AND CAMBRIDGE ACTORS.
      • DCXII.—INQUEST—NOT EXTRAORDINARY.
      • DCXIII.—STRANGE JETSUM.
      • DCXIV.—THE TRUTH AT LAST.
      • DCXV.—A PILL GRATIS.
      • DCXVI.—RATHER HARD.
      • DCXVII.—SCOTCH PENETRATION.
      • DCXVIII.—A QUESTION OF TIME.
      • DCXIX.—EPIGRAM.
      • DCXX.—CONCURRENT EVENTS.
      • DCXXI.—A GOOD EXCUSE.
      • DCXXII.—SHORT AND SHARP.
      • DCXXIII.—IRELAND'S FORGERY.
      • DCXXIV.—A GOOD ONE.
      • DCXXV.—"WRITE ME DOWN AN ASS."
      • DCXXVI.—A WORD TO THE WISE.
      • DCXXVII.—LIBERAL GIFT.
      • DCXXVIII.—EASILY ANSWERED.
      • DCXXIX.—ON THE LATIN GERUNDS.
      • DCXXX.—DODGING A CREDITOR.
      • DCXXXI.—BAD HABIT.
      • DCXXXII.—WHO'S TO BLAME.
      • DCXXXIII.—THE LETTER H.
      • DCXXXIV.—TRUTH AND RHYME.
      • DCXXXV.—A GOOD TRANSLATION.
      • DCXXXVI.—MAD QUAKERS.
      • DCXXXVII.—BACON.
      • DCXXXVIII.—A LETTER WANTING.
      • DCXXXIX.—ADVICE TO THE YOUNG.
      • DCXL.—A PROMISE TO PAY.
      • DCXLI.—PUNCTUATION.
      • DCXLII.—CON-CIDER-ATE.
      • DCXLIII.—FEAR OF EDUCATING WOMEN.
      • DCXLIV.—A-LIQUID.
      • DCXLV.—TOP AND BOTTOM.
      • DCXLVI.—A SUGGESTIVE PRESENT.
      • DCXLVII.—A NEW DISGUISE.
      • DCXLVIII.—WET AND DRY.
      • DCXLIX.—RUM AND WATER.
      • DCL.—A BUDGET OF BLUNDERS.
      • DCLI.—IMPROMPTU.
      • DCLII.—WILKES AND A LIBERTY.
      • DCLIII.—A STRANGE OBJECTION.
      • DCLIV.—THE TIMIDITY OF BEAUTY.
      • DCLV.—MAKING A CLEARANCE.
      • DCLVI.—A SMART ONE-POUNDER.
      • DCLVII.—RESIGNATION.
      • DCLVIII.—DELPINI'S REMONSTRANCE.
      • DCLIX.—A PHONETIC JOKE.
      • DCLX.—PURE FOLKS.
      • DCLXI.—GOOD NEWS FOR THE CHANCELLOR.
      • DCLXII.—JUSTICE NOT ALWAYS BLIND.
      • DCLXIII.—KITCHENER AND COLMAN.
      • DCLXIV.—A SPARE MAN.
      • DCLXV.—A LONG BILL.
      • DCLXVI.—ROYAL PUN.
      • DCLXVII.—A COLORABLE RESEMBLANCE.
      • DCLXVIII.—SPRANGER BARRY.
      • DCLXIX.—BAD SPORT.
      • DCLXX.—MEASURE FOR MEASURE.
      • DCLXXI.—A PROBABILITY.
      • DCLXXII.—LEGAL ADULTERATION.
      • DCLXXIII.—VOX ET PRÆTEREA NIHIL.
      • DCLXXIV.—SALISBURY CATHEDRAL SPIRE.
      • DCLXXV.—AN ACT OF JUSTICE.
      • DCLXXVI.—LISTON'S DREAM.
      • DCLXXVII.—A VOLUMINOUS SPEAKER.
      • DCLXXVIII.—A SUGGESTIVE QUESTION.
      • DCLXXIX.—LOVE AND HYMEN.
      • DCLXXX.—PAR NOBILE FRATRUM.
      • DCLXXXI.—PLAIN LANGUAGE.
      • DCLXXXII.—A SETTLER.
      • DCLXXXIII.—CASH PAYMENTS.
      • DCLXXXIV.—LAWYER'S HOUSE.
      • DCLXXXV.—A REASONABLE DEMAND.
      • DCLXXXVI.—EBENEZER ADAMS.
      • DCLXXXVII.—ONE BITE AT A CHERRY.
      • DCLXXXVIII.—A FIG FOR THE GROCER!
      • DCLXXXIX.—STEAM-BOAT RACING.
      • DCXC.—GENTLY, JEMMY.
      • DCXCI.—WHAT'S IN A SYLLABLE?
      • DCXCII.—QUIET THEFT.
      • DCXCIII.—GOOD ADVICE.
      • DCXCIV.—CRITICISING A STATUE.
      • DCXCV.—A COMPARISON.
      • DCXCVI.—FATIGUE DUTY.
      • DCXCVII.—GLUTTONS AND EPICURES.
      • DCXCVIII.—A BAD END.
      • DCXCIX.—ON THE NAME OF KEOPALANI (QUEEN OF THE SANDWICH ISLANDS), WHICH SIGNIFIES "THE DROPPING OF THE CLOUDS FROM HEAVEN."
      • DCC.—ACCOMMODATING PRINCIPLES.
      • DCCI.—BOSWELL'S "LIFE OF JOHNSON."
      • DCCII.—VERY LIKE A WHALE.
      • DCCIII.—A NEW SIGN.
      • DCCIV.—FALSE QUANTITIES.
      • DCCV.—NOT TRUE.
      • DCCVI.—BETTING.
      • DCCVII.—FIRE AND WATER.
      • DCCVIII.—THE RAILROAD ENGINEER.
      • DCCIX.—THE SPECIFIC GRAVITY OF FOLLY.
      • DCCX.—EQUALITY.
      • DCCXI.—A CANDID COUNSEL.
      • DCCXII.—TRADE AGAINST LAND.
      • DCCXIII.—TRUE EVIDENCE.
      • DCCXIV.—DR. YOUNG.
      • DCCXV.—A YANKEE YARN.
      • DCCXVI.—SAVE US FROM OUR FRIENDS.
      • DCCXVII.—LOVE OF THE SEA.
      • DCCXVIII.—UNWELCOME AGREEMENT.
      • DCCXIX.—COOKE'S EXPLANATION OF THE FAMILY PLATE.
      • DCCXX.—A SPECIMEN OF UNIVERSITY ETIQUETTE.
      • DCCXXI.—A MEDICAL OPINION.
      • DCCXXII.—THE CAUSE.
      • DCCXXIII.—WHAT'S GOING ON?
      • DCCXXIV.—SNORING.
      • DCCXXV.—TWO MAKE A PAIR.
      • DCCXXVI.—ALMANAC-MAKERS.
      • DCCXXVII.—A BLACK JOKE.
      • DCCXXVIII.—EPIGRAM.
      • DCCXXIX.—EXAGGERATION.
      • DCCXXX.—WINNING A LOSS.
      • DCCXXXI.—ADVICE GRATIS.
      • DCCXXXII.—SHORT COMMONS.
      • CCXXXIII.—LICENSED TO KILL.
      • CXXXIV.—WILKES AND LIBERTY.
      • DCCXXXV.—A PAT REPLY.
      • DCCXXXVI.—LORD NORTH ASLEEP.
      • DCCXXXVII.—RATHER SAUCY.
      • DCCXXXVIII.—LONG STORY.
      • DCCXXXIX.—EUCLID REFUTED.
      • DCCXL.—BRED ON THE BOARDS.
      • DCCXLI.—ON THE DULNESS OF A DEBATE IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS.
      • DCCXLII.—PAINTING.
      • DCCXLIII.—OLD AGE.
      • DCCXLIV.—AN EFFORT OF MEMORY.
      • DCCXLV.—A READY RECKONER.
      • DCCXLVI.—A ROWLAND FOR AN OLIVER.
      • DCCXLVII.—TRUE POLITENESS.
      • DCCXLVIII.—A RAKE'S ECONOMY.
      • DCCXLIX.—EASILY SATISFIED.
      • DCCL.—PERT.
      • DCCLI.—A ROYAL MUFF.
      • DCCLII.—A BROAD HINT.
      • DCCLIII.—A TASTE OF MARRIAGE.
      • DCCLIV.—"THE LAST WAR."
      • DCCLV.—THE PHILANTHROPIST.
      • DCCLVI.—TOO MUCH OF A BAD THING.
      • DCCLVII—BAD COMPANY.
      • DCCLVIII.—EPIGRAM.
      • DCCLIX.—PAINTING.
      • DCCLX.—NIL NISI, ETC.
      • DCCLXI.—ODD FORESIGHT.
      • DCCLXII.—"THEREBY HANGS," ETC.
      • DCCLXIII.—GENERAL WOLFE.
      • DCCLXIV.—A QUESTION FOR THE PEERAGE.
      • DCCLXV.—A NOISE FOR NOTHING.
      • DCCLXVI.—SHORT MEASURE.
      • DCCLXVII.—DECANTING EXTRAORDINARY.
      • DCCLXVIII.—A DILEMMA.
      • DCCLXIX.—HOW TO MAKE A MAN OF CONSEQUENCE.
      • DCCLXX.—A CHEAP WATCH.
      • DCCLXXI.—SCOTCH WUT.
      • DCCLXXII.—ATTENDING TO A WISH.
      • DCCLXXIII.—A MECHANICAL SURGEON.
      • DCCLXXIV.—CANINE POETRY.
      • DCCLXXV.—FOOTIANA.
      • DCCLXXVI.—NIGHT AND MORNING.
      • DCCLXXVII.—FULL INSIDE.
      • DCCLXXVIII.—A SHORT JOURNEY.
      • DCCLXXIX.—A POSER BY LORD ELLENBOROUGH.
      • DCCLXXX.—EPIGRAM.
      • DCCLXXXI.—AN ARTISTIC TOUCH.
      • DCCLXXXII.—VALUE OF APPLAUSE.
      • DCCLXXXIII.—LITTLE TO GIVE.
      • DCCLXXXIV.—A GOOD SWIMMER.
      • DCCLXXXV.—NO PRIDE.
      • DCCLXXXVI.—LORD CLONMEL.
      • DCCLXXXVII.—QUEER PARTNERS.
      • DCCLXXXVIII.—CORRUPTLY INCORRUPTIBLE.
      • DCCLXXXIX.—EPIGRAM ON THE MARRIAGE OF A VERY THIN COUPLE.
      • DCCXC.—GOOD AUTHORITY.
      • DCCXCI.—LUXURIOUS SMOKING.
      • DCCXCII.—NO JUDGE.
      • DCCXCIII.—RELATIONS OF MANKIND.
      • DCCXCIV.—VERY TRUE.
      • DCCXCV.—EPIGRAM.
      • DCCXCVI.—DRINKING ALONE.
      • DCCXCVII.—A MUSICAL BLOW-UP.
      • DCCXCVIII.—READY-MADE WOOD PAVEMENT.
      • DCCXCIX.—PROPER DISTINCTION.
      • DCCC.—GRACEFUL EXCUSE.
      • DCCCI.—SLACK PAYMENT.
      • DCCCII.—WAY OF USING BOOKS.
      • DCCCIII.—PATRICK HENRY.
      • DCCCIV.—ROGERS—POET AND SKIPPER.
      • DCCCV.—OUR ENGLISH LOVE OF DINNERS.
      • DCCCVI.—EPIGRAM.
      • DCCCVII.—REFORMATION.
      • DCCCVIII.—THE JEST OF ANCESTRY.
      • DCCCIX.—EQUAL TO NOTHING.
      • DCCCX.—FAMILIARITY.
      • DCCCXI.—EXTRAORDINARY COMPROMISE.
      • DCCCXII.—MAC READY TO CALL.
      • DCCCXIII.—EPIGRAM.
      • DCCCXIV.—LOOK-A-HEAD.
      • DCCCXV.—THE BIRTH OF A PRINCE.
      • DCCCXVI.—SETTING HIM UP TO KNOCK HIM DOWN.
      • DCCCXVII.—BRIEF CORRESPONDENCE.
      • DCCCXVIII.—MAN-TRAPS.
      • DCCCXIX.—A COLORABLE EXCUSE.
      • DCCCXX.—CONSISTENCY.
      • DCCCXXI.—A WONDERFUL CURE.
      • DCCCXXII.—AN ACCOMMODATING PHYSICIAN.
      • DCCCXXIII.—CHOICE SPIRITS.
      • DCCCXXIV.—AN EXPLANATION.
      • DCCCXXV.—IMPROMPTU BY R.B. SHERIDAN.
      • DCCCXXVI.—LAW AND PHYSIC.
      • DCCCXXVII.—IMPROMPTU.
      • DCCCXXVIII.—NOTIONS OF HAPPINESS.
      • DCCCXXIX.—A FORGETFUL MAN.
      • DCCCXXX.—REPUTATION.
      • DCCCXXXI.—AN UNFORTUNATE LOVER.
      • DCCCXXXII.—EPIGRAM.
      • DCCCXXXIII.—A BAD LOT.
      • DCCCXXXIV.—FILIAL AFFECTION.
      • DCCCXXXV.—LEG WIT.
      • DCCCXXXVI.—EPIGRAM ON DR. GLYNN'S BEAUTY.
      • DCCCXXXVII.—A SINECURE.
      • DCCCXXXVIII.—A GOOD JAIL DELIVERY.
      • DCCCXXXIX.—WHERE IS THE AUDIENCE?
      • DCCCXL.—KNOWING BEST.
      • DCCCXLI.—AGRICULTURAL EXPERIENCES.
      • DCCCXLII.—PARLIAMENTARY REPRIMAND.
      • DCCCXLIII.—A STOP WATCH.
      • DCCCXLIV.—SIR ANTHONY MALONE.
      • DCCCXLV.—THE ORATORS.
      • DCCCXLVI.—MODERN ACTING.
      • DCCCXLVII.—FEW FRIENDS.
      • DCCCXLVIII.—DIFFIDENCE.
      • DCCCXLIX.—"ESSAY ON MAN."
      • DCCCL.—IN-DOOR RELIEF.
      • DCCCLI.—HIGHLAND POLITENESS.
      • DCCCLII.—AN ODD QUESTION.
      • DCCCLIII.—NOT INSURED AGAINST FIRE.
      • DCCCLIV.—NATURAL GRIEF.
      • DCCCLV.—A PROVERB REVERSED.
      • DCCCLVI.—A CLOSE ESCAPE.
      • DCCCLVII.—A HARD HIT.
      • DCCCLVIII.—THE TIME OUT OF JOINT.
      • DCCCLIX.—MONEY'S WORTH.
      • DCCCLX.—HIS WAY—OUT.
      • DCCCLXI.—A GROWL.
      • DCCCLXII.—A MODERN SCULPTOR.
      • DCCCLXIII.—A DIFFICULT TASK.
      • DCCCLXIV.—THE GOUTY SHOE.
      • DCCCLXV.—A LUSUS NATURÆ.
      • DCCCLXVI.—A CASE OF NECESSITY.
      • DCCCLXVII.—SPECIES AND SPECIE.
      • DCCCLXVIII.—DR. JOHNSON.
      • DCCCLXIX.—THE POET FOILED.
      • DCCCLXX.—A COMEDIAN AND A LAWYER.
      • DCCCLXXI.—VICE VERSA.
      • DCCCLXXII.—NOTHING PERSONAL.
      • DCCCLXXIII.—A HINT FOR GENEALOGISTS.
      • DCCCLXXIV.—A MISTAKE.
      • DCCCLXXV.—AN IMPOSSIBLE RENUNCIATION.
      • DCCCLXXVI.—THE HUMANE SOCIETY AT AN EVENING PARTY.
      • DCCCLXXVII.—A PROUD HEART.
      • DCCCLXXVIII.—SENT HOME FREE.
      • DCCCLXXIX.—CHARLES II. AND MILTON.
      • DCCCLXXX.—WHOSE?
      • DCCCLXXXI.—"PUPPIES NEVER SEE TILL THEY ARE NINE DAYS OLD."
      • DCCCLXXXII.—EPIGRAM.
      • DCCCLXXXIII.—CONFIDENCE—TAKEN FROM THE FRENCH.
      • DCCCLXXXIV.—BETTER KNOWN THAN TRUSTED.
      • DCCCLXXXV.—WILL AND THE WAY.
      • DCCCLXXXVI.—A REASONABLE EXCUSE.
      • DCCCLXXXVII.—BEWICK, THE ENGRAVER.
      • DCCCLXXXVIII.—SUMMARY DECISION.
      • DCCCLXXXIX.—A DISAPPOINTING SUBSCRIBER.
      • DCCCXC.—HABEAS CORPUS ACT.
      • DCCCXCI.—A RUNAWAY KNOCK.
      • DCCCXCII.—COMMON POLITENESS.
      • DCCCXCIII.—THE WHEEL OF FORTUNE.
      • DCCCXCIV.—A SOPORIFIC.
      • DCCCXCV.—CHARITABLE WIT.
      • DCCCXCVI.—USE IS SECOND NATURE.
      • DCCCXCVII.—EPIGRAM.
      • DCCCXCVIII.—LIQUID REMEDY FOR BALDNESS.
      • DCCCXCIX.—AN INGENIOUS DEVICE.
      • CM.—THE REBEL LORDS.
      • CMI.—A CHANGE FOR THE BETTER.
      • CMII.—THE DIRECT ROAD.
      • CMIII.—A SUGGESTIVE PAIR OF GRAYS.
      • CMIV.—DR. JOHNSON'S OPINION OF MRS. SIDDONS.
      • CMV.—A GOOD NEIGHBOR.
      • CMVI.—AN EQUIVOCATION.
      • CMVII.—A WISE FOOL.
      • CMVIII.—ON A BALD HEAD.
      • CMIX.—LIE FOR LIE.
      • CMX.—A MAN WITHOUT A RIVAL.
      • CMXI.—ADVICE TO A DRAMATIST.
      • CMXII.—GARRICK AND FOOTE.
      • CMXIII.—NOTHING TO LAUGH AT.
      • CMXIV.—QUITE AGROUND.
      • CMXV.—A JUDGE IN A FOG.
      • CMXVI.—THE LETTER H.
      • CMXVII.—ONLY ENOUGH FOR ONE.
      • CMXVIII.—"THE RULING PASSION STRONG IN DEATH."
      • CMXIX.—EPIGRAM.
      • CMXX.—CUP AND SAUCER.
      • CMXXI.—A NEW READING.
      • CMXXII.—CONCEITED, BUT NOT SEATED.
      • CMXXIII.—STRANGE VESPERS.
      • CMXXIV.—A TRANSFORMATION SCENE.
      • CMXXV.—AN ACCEPTABLE DEPRIVATION.
      • CMXXVI.—ACCURATE DESCRIPTION.
      • CMXXVII.—SOLOMON'S TEMPLE.
      • CMXXVIII.—THE STAFFORDSHIRE COLLIERIES.
      • CMXXIX.—A POSER.
      • CMXXX.—MINDING HIS CUE.
      • CMXXXI.—EPIGRAM.
      • CMXXXII.—LATE AND EARLY.
      • CMXXXIII.—FAIR PLAY.
      • CMXXXIV.—SOMETHING LACKING.
      • CMXXXV.—THE HONEST MAN'S LITANY.
      • CMXXXVI.—THREE DEGREES OF COMPARISON.
      • CMXXXVII.—MEN OF LETTERS.
      • CMXXXVIII.—ELEGANT RETORT.
      • CMXXXIX.—SNUG LYING.
      • CMXL.—A PROPER ANSWER.
      • CMXLI.—GOOD HEARING.
      • CMXLII.—AN UNCONSCIOUS POSTSCRIPT.
      • CMXLIII.—HOAXING AN AUDIENCE.
      • CMXLIV.—THE SEASON-INGS.
      • CMXLV.—NOT AT HOME.
      • CMXLVI.—LINCOLN'S-INN DINNERS.
      • CMXLVII.—WHY ARE WOMEN BEARDLESS?
      • CMXLVIII.—COOL RETORT.
      • CMXLIX.—LYING.
      • CML.—PERTINENT INQUIRY.
      • CMLI.—A POLITE REBUKE.
      • CMLII.—A CERTAIN CROP.
      • CMLIII.—GOOD ADVICE.
      • CMLIV.—MR. THELWALL.
      • CMLV.—CHEAP AT THE MONEY.
      • CMLVI.—A QUERY FOR MR. BABBAGE.
      • CMLVII.—A BACK-HANDED HIT.
      • CMLVIII.—THINGS BY THEIR RIGHT NAMES.
      • CMLIX.—A FAVORITE AIR.
      • CMLX.—A GOOD JOKE.
      • CMLXI.—ONE THING AT A TIME.
      • CMLXII.—TROPHIES.
      • CMLXIII.—"BRIEF LET IT BE."
      • CMLXIV.—GOOD ADVICE.
      • CMLXV.—EXPECTORATION.
      • CMLXVI.—A COAT-OF-ARMS.
      • CMLXVII.—DR. SIMS.
      • CMLXVIII.—MARRIAGE.
      • CMLXIX.—BENEFIT OF COMPETITION.
      • CMLXX.—INDUSTRY AND PERSEVERANCE.
      • CMLXXI.—QUANTUM SUFF.
      • CMLXXII.—LAMB AND SHARP SAUCE.
      • CMLXXIII.—AN IRISHMAN'S PLEA.
      • CMLXXIV.—ACCOMMODATING.
      • CMLXXV.—GENEROSITY AND PRUDENCE.
      • CMLXXVI.—ODD REASON.
      • CMLXXVII.—VERY EVIDENT.
      • CMLXXVIII.—OMINOUS, VERY!
      • CMLXXIX.—A REVERSE.
      • CMLXXX.—ON AN M.P. WHO RECENTLY GOT HIS ELECTION AT THE SACRIFICE OF HIS POLITICAL CHARACTER.
      • CMLXXXI.—MUSICAL TASTE.
      • CMLXXXII.—LINGUAL INFECTION.
      • CMLXXXIII.—PORSON versus DR. JOWETT.
      • CMLXXXIV.—BREVITY OF CHARITY.
      • CMLXXXV.—HIGH GAMING.
      • CMLXXXVI.—HARD OF DIGESTION.
      • CMLXXXVII.—A MONSTER.
      • CMLXXXVIII.—SAILOR'S WEDDING.
      • CMLXXXIX.—QUID PRO QUO.
      • CMXC.—THE TRUTH BY ACCIDENT.
      • CMXCI.—ENCOURAGEMENT.
      • CMXCII.—FALSE ESTIMATE.
      • CMXCIII.—AMERICAN PENANCE.
      • CMXCIV.—A MONEY-LENDER.
      • CMXCV.—A BAD MEDIUM.
      • CMXCVI.—TAKING A HINT.
      • CMXCVII.—SWEARING THE PEACE.
      • CMXCVIII.—THE RULING PASSION.
      • CMXCIX.—A SANITARY AIR.
      • M.—GRAFTING.
      • MI.—A SHORT CREED.
      • MII.—IN THE DARK.
      • MIII.—NOT TO BE TEMPTED.
      • MIV.—QUITE POETICAL.
      • MV.—CORPORATION POLITENESS.
      • MVI.—A COMMON WANT.
      • MVII.—LARGE, BUT NOT LARGE ENOUGH.
      • MVIII.—HENRY ERSKINE.
      • MIX.—EPITAPH ON A MISER.
      • MX.—SMART REPLY.
      • MXI.—CALUMNY.
      • MXII.—LOVE.
      • MXIII.—ANY CHANGE FOR THE BETTER.
      • MXIV.—TOO FAST.
      • MXV.—A REVERSE JOKE.
      • MXVI.—A TRANSPORTING SUBJECT.
      • MXVII.—HARD-WARE.
      • MXVIII.—PAINTING AND MEDICINE.
      • MXIX.—DOGMATISM
      • MXX.—SALAD.
      • MXXI.—ACTOR.
      • MXXII.—EPIGRAM.
      • MXXIII.—CANDID ON BOTH SIDES.
      • MXXIV.—CARROTS CLASSICALLY CONSIDERED.
      • MXXV.—DOING HOMAGE.
      • MXXVI.—SYDNEY SMITH SOPORIFIC.
      • MXXVII.—EPIGRAM.
      • MXXVIII.—GOOD AT A PINCH.
      • MXXIX.—EPIGRAM.
      • MXXX.—WILKES'S READY REPLY.
      • MXXXI.—TOO GRATEFUL.
      • MXXXII.—THE POETS TO CERTAIN CRITICS.
      • MXXXIII.—ODD HOUSEKEEPING.
      • MXXXIV.—TELLING ONE'S AGE.
      • MXXXV.—POT VALIANT.
      • MXXXVI.—CAUSE AND EFFECT.
      • MXXXVII.—A BAD PREACHER.
      • MXXXVIII.—ON ROGERS THE POET, WHO WAS EGOTISTICAL.
      • MXXXIX.—A POSER.
      • MXL.—A QUIET DOSE.
      • MXLI.—THE DANCING PRELATES.
      • MXLII.—AURICULAR CONFESSION.
      • MXLIII.—A DRY FELLOW.
      • MAXILLA.—GOOD EVIDENCE.
      • AXLE.—EPITAPH UPON PETER STAGGS.
      • MXLVI.—QUIN AND THE PARSON.
      • MXLVII.—NATURAL ANTIPATHY.
      • MXLVIII.—NOT NECESSARY.
      • MXLIX.—ASSURANCE AND INSURANCE.
      • ML.—CROMWELL.
      • MLI.—BILL PAID IN FULL.
      • MLII.—WOMEN.
      • MLIII.—THE DEVIL'S OWN.
      • MLIV.—WHIST-PLAYING.
      • MLV.—A CRUEL CASE.
      • MLVI.—ON SHELLEY'S POEM, "PROMETHEUS UNBOUND."
      • MLVII.—WRITING TREASON.
      • MLVIII.—A GRACEFUL ILLUSTRATION.
      • MLIX.—IMPROMPTU.
      • MLX.—IN THE BACKGROUND.
      • MLXI.—IN WANT OF A HUSBAND.
      • MLXII.—THREE ENDS TO A ROPE.
      • MLXIII.—THE REASON WHY.
      • MLXIV.—PERSONALITIES OF GARRICK AND QUIN.
      • MLXV.—BARK AND BITE.
      • MLXVI.—A PRESSING REASON.
      • MLXVII.—SMALL WIT.
      • MLXVIII.—EPIGRAM ON A STUDENT BEING PUT OUT OF COMMONS FOR MISSING CHAPEL.
      • MLXIX.—MAKING PROGRESS.
      • MLXX.—THE WOOLSACK.
      • MLXXI.—SIR THOMAS COULSON.
      • MLXXII.—THROW PHYSIC TO THE DOGS!
      • MLXXIII.—MOTHERLY REMARK.
      • MLXXIV.—TOO GOOD.
      • MLXXV.—A BALANCE.
      • MLXXVI.—MONEY'S WORTH.
      • MLXXVII.—ON MR. GULLY BEING RETURNED M.P. FOR PONTEFRACT.
      • MLXXVIII.—WRITING FOR THE STAGE.
      • MLXXIX.—A COMPARISON.
      • MLXXX.—GAMBLING.
      • MLXXXI.—SWEEPS.
      • MLXXXII.—SELF-CONCEIT.
      • MLXXXIII.—JAMES SMITH AND JUSTICE HOLROYD.
      • MLXXXIV.—A GOOD INVESTMENT.
      • MLXXXV.—THE AGED YOUNG LADY.
      • MLXXXVI—KEEPING TIME.
      • MLXXXVII.—ENTERING THE LISTS.
      • MLXXXVIII.—NOT IMPORTUNATE.
      • MLXXXIX.—WITTY COWARD.
      • MXC.—PRIORITY.
      • MXCI.—SHOULD NOT SILENCE GIVE CONSENT?
      • MXCII.—CHARACTERISTICS.
      • MXCIII.—AN ERROR CORRECTED.
      • MXCIV.—A MYSTERY CLEARED UP.
      • MXCV.—BRAHAM AND KENNEY.
      • MXCVI.—HOW TO ESCAPE TAXATION.
      • MXCVII.—A BED OF—WHERE?
      • MXCVIII.—ENVY.
      • MXCIX.—A SLIGHT DIFFERENCE.
      • MC.—MORE HONORED IN THE BREACH.
      • MCI.—"YOU'LL GET THERE BEFORE I CAN TELL YOU."
      • MCII.—ON MR. MILTON, THE LIVERY STABLE-KEEPER.
      • MCIII.—A LONG RESIDENCE.
      • MCIV.—SPARE THE ROD.
      • MCV.—POLITICAL SINECURE.
      • MCVI.—EPIGRAM ON A PETIT-MAÎTRE PHYSICIAN.
      • MCVII.—DAMPED ARDOR.
      • MCVIII.—ELLISTON AND GEORGE IV.
      • MCIX.—TRUTH AND FICTION.
      • MCX.—A REASONABLE REFUSAL.
      • MCXI.—LORD NORTH'S DROLLERY.
      • MCXII.—INCAPACITY.
      • MCXIII.—EPIGRAM.
      • MCXIV.—VALUE OF NOTHING.
      • MCXV.—THE RIGHT ORGAN.
      • MCXVI.—MIND YOUR POINTS.
      • MCXVII.—REASONS FOR DRINKING.
      • MCXVIII.—NO MATTER WHAT COLOR.
      • MCXIX.—AN ODD OCCURRENCE.
      • MCXX.—A DANGEROUS GENERALIZATION.
      • MCXXI.—NOSCE TE IPSUM.
      • MCXXII.—VERA CANNIE.
      • MCXXIII.—TIMELY AID.
      • MCXXIV.—WHIST.
      • MCXXV.—HENRY ERSKINE.
      • MCXXVI.—THE ABBEY CHURCH AT BATH.
      • MCXXVII.—TOO MUCH AND TOO LITTLE.
      • MCXXVIII.—SHARP, IF NOT PLEASANT.
      • MCXXIX.—AN EAST INDIAN CHAPLAINCY.
      • MCXXX.—CONSTANCY.
      • MCXXXI.—EPIGRAM.
      • MCXXXII.—SPEAKING OF SAUSAGES.
      • MCXXXIII.—BRINGING HIS MAN DOWN.
      • MCXXXIV.—A PERFECT BORE.
      • MCXXXV.—TOO CIVIL BY HALF.
      • MCXXXVI.—"OUR LANDLADY."
      • MCXXXVII.—THE CHURCH IN THE WAY.
      • MCXXXVIII.—SAVING TIME.
      • MCXXXIX.—THE YOUNG IDEA.
      • MCXL.—EPIGRAM.
      • MCXLI.—EPITAPHS.
      • MCXLII.—NATIONAL PREJUDICE.
      • MCXLIII.—GRANDILOQUENCE.
      • MCXLIV.—THE LETTER C.
      • MCXLV.—PRACTICAL RETORT.
      • MCXLVI.—AN AGREEABLE PRACTICE.
      • MCXLVII.—A REASON FOR RUNNING AWAY.
      • MCXLVIII.—LEGAL EXTRAVAGANCE.
      • MCXLIX.—A CLAIM ON THE COUNTRY.
      • MCL.—PLAIN SPEAKING.
      • MCLL.—THE PLURAL NUMBER.
      • MCLII.—MAULE-PRACTICE.
      • MCLIII.—VERY LIKELY.
      • MCLIV.—MUCH ALIKE.
      • MCLV.—A GOOD WIFE.
      • MCLVI.—WELLINGTON SURPRISED.
      • MCLVII.—TOO CLEVER.
      • MCLVIII.—A LIGHT JOKE.
      • MCLIX.—A REBUKE.
      • MCLX.—A MODEL PHILANTHROPIST.
      • MCLXI.—GREAT CABBAGE.
      • MCLXII.—TRUE AND FALSE.
      • MCLXIII.—NOT QUITE CORRECT.
      • MCLXIV.—A FOOL CONFIRMED.
      • MCLXV.—PLEASANT.
      • MCLXVI.—ALERE FLAMMAN.
      • MCLXVII.—ORATORY.
      • MCLXVIII.—SOLDIERS' WIVES.
      • MCLXIX.—NO JOKE.
      • MCLXX.—A GOOD LIKENESS.
      • MCLXXI.—CUTTING AN ACQUAINTANCE.
      • MCLXXII.—VERY SHOCKING, IF TRUE.
      • MCLXXIII.—IMPOSSIBLE IN THE EVENING.
      • MCLXXIV.—A GOOD APPETITE.
      • MCLXXV.—SHORT-SIGHTED.
      • MCLXXVI.—AN ADVANTAGEOUS TITHE.
      • MCLXXVI I.—TRUTH versus POLITENESS.
      • MCLXXVIII.—A NEW VIEW.
      • MCLXXIX.—THE ONE-SPUR HORSEMAN.
      • MCLXXX.—A PHILOSOPHICAL REASON.
      • MCLXXXI.—A PLAY UPON WORDS.
      • MCLXXXII.—JEMMY GORDON.
      • MCLXXXIII.—SETTING UP AND SITTING DOWN.
      • MCLXXXIV.—A SETTLED POINT.
      • MCLXXXV.—JOLLY COMPANIONS.
      • MCLXXXVI.—PAYING IN KIND.
      • MCLXXXVII.—A FULL HOUSE.
      • MCLXXXVIII.—RATHER THE WORST HALF.
      • MCLXXXIX.—FORCE OF HABIT.
      • MCXC.—A WONDERFUL SIGHT.
      • MCXCI.—BURKE AND FOX.
      • MCXCII.—TRYING TO THE TEMPER.
      • MCXCIII.—HAVING A CALL.
      • MCXCIV.—A WILL AND AWAY.
      • MCXCV.—A WINDY MINISTER.
      • MCXCVI.—READY RECKONER.
      • MCXCVII.—A "DISTANT" FRIEND.
      • MCXCVIII.—TYPOGRAPHICAL WIT.
      • MCXCIX.—A NAMELESS MAN.
      • MCC.—AN INSURMOUNTABLE DIFFICULTY.
      • MCCI.—NON COMPOS.
      • MCCII.—TOO LIBERAL.
      • MCCIII.—A LITTLE RAIN.
      • MCCIV.—TRUE DIGNITY.
      • MCCV.—HOW TO GET RID OF AN ENEMY.
      • MCCVI.—SEVERE.
      • MCCVII.—NO SACRIFICE.
      • MCCVIII.—SHARP BOY.
      • MCCIX.—EARLY BIRDS OF PREY.
      • MCCX.—JUDGMENT.
      • MCCXI.—ON A LADY WHO WAS PAINTED.
      • MCCXII.—RATHER A-CURATE.
      • MCCXIII.—MONEY'S WORTH.
      • MCCXIV.—THE RICHMOND HOAX.
      • MCCX.V.—LORD CHATHAM.
      • MCCXVI.—"I CAN GET THROUGH."
      • MCCXVII.—MAKING FREE.
      • MCCXVIII.—FICTION AND TRUTH.
      • MCCXIX.—A TAVERN DINNER.
      • MCCXX.—A FULL STOP.
      • MCCXXI.—FAT AND LEAN.
      • MCCXXII.—SELF-CONDEMNATION.
      • MCCXXIII.—NICKNAMES.
      • MCCXXIV.—A CALCULATION.
      • MCCXXV.—ON THE PRICE OF ADMISSION TO SEE THE MAMMOTH HORSE.
      • MCCXXVI.—NOTHING BUT HEBREW.
      • MCCXXVII.—A GOOD RECOMMENDATION.
      • MCCXXVIII.—QUID PRO QUO.
      • MCCXXIX.—SERVANTS.
      • MCCXXX.—PLAIN ENOUGH.
      • MCCXXXI.—A POSER.
      • MCCXXXII.—TRUE CRITICISM.
      • MCCXXXIII.—ORIGIN OF THE TERM GROG.
      • MCCXXXIV.—WELL SAID.
      • MCCXXXV.—SLEEPING AT CHURCH.
      • MCCXXXVI.—SHERIDAN CONVIVIAL.
      • MCCXXXVII.—THE WORST OF TWO EVILS.
      • MCCXXXVIII.—QUID PRO QUO.
      • MCCXXXIX.—CREDIT.
      • MCCXL.—SEEING NOT BELIEVING.
      • MCCXLI.—SPIRIT OF A GAMBLER.
      • MCCXLII.—BURKE'S TEDIOUSNESS.
      • MCCXLIII.—VERY LIKE EACH OTHER.
      • MCCXLIV.—FORTUNATE STARS.
      • MCCXLV.—A NEW READING.
      • MCCXLVI.—QUITE AT EASE.
      • MCCXLVII.—CHARLES, DUKE OF NORFOLK.
      • MCCXLVIII.—CLEARING EMIGRANTS.
      • MCCXLIX.—PARLIAMENTARY CASE.
      • MCCL.—OUTLINE OF AN AMBASSADOR.
      • MCCLI.—NATURE AND ART.
      • MCCLII.—A COMPARISON.
      • MCCLIII.—THE SNUFF-BOX.
      • MCCLIV.—NOT SICK ENOUGH FOR THAT.
      • MCCLV.—A SEASONABLE JOKE.
      • MCCLVI.—GETTING A LIVING.
      • MCCLVII.—GOOD EYES.
      • MCCLVIII.—INDIFFERENCE TO LIFE.
      • MCCLIX.—A LAST RESOURCE.
      • MCCLX.—A DULL MAN.
      • MCCLXI.—WHITE TEETH.
      • MCCLXII.—A PLEASANT PARTNER.
      • MCCLXIII.—TWO CARRIAGES.
      • MCCLXIV.—EXCUSABLE FEAR.
      • MCCLXV.—COLERIDGE AND THELWALL.
      • MCCLXVI.—A FLASH OF WIT.
      • MCCLXVII.—LOST AND FOUND.
      • MCCLXVIII.—A MILITARY AXIOM.
      • MCCLXIX.—A FORCIBLE ARGUMENT.
      • MCCLXX.—NOT TO BE DONE BROWN.
      • MCCLXXI.—AN ODD NOTION.
      • MCCLXXII.—A SURE TAKE.
      • MCCLXXIII.—MR. TIERNEY'S HUMOR.
      • MCCLXXIV.—DIFFERENCE OF OPINION.
      • MCCLXXV.—ORTHOGRAPHY.
      • MCCLXXVI.—A SHORT JOURNEY.
      • MCCLXXVII.—LORD HOWE.
      • MCCLXXVIII.—RATHER ETHEREAL.
      • MCCLXXIX.—HENRY VIII.
      • MCCLXXX.—MELODRAMATIC HIT.
      • MCCLXXXI.—A LONG ILLNESS.
      • MCCLXXXII.—DIALOGUE IN THE WESTERN ISLANDS OF SCOTLAND.
      • MCCLXXXIII.—WHAT'S IN A NAME?
      • MCCLXXXIV.—TILLOTSON.
      • MCCLXXXV.—IMPORTANT TO BACHELORS.
      • MCCLXXXVI.—CHIN-SURVEYING.
      • MCCLXXXVII.—CHANGING HATS.
      • MCCLXXXVIII.—POWDER WITHOUT BALL.
      • MCCLXXXIX.—POPE'S LAST ILLNESS.
      • MCCXC.—OPPOSITE TEMPERS.
      • MCCXCI.—A CONJUGAL CONCLUSION.
      • MCCXCII.—A QUEER EXPRESSION.
      • MCCXCIII.—AN IRISHMAN'S NOTION OF DISCOUNT.
      • MCCXCIV.—A PARTICIPATION IN A PRACTICAL JOKE.
      • MCCXCV.—INGRATITUDE.
      • MCCXCVI.—A PREFIX.
      • MCCXCVII.—A GOOD MIXTURE.
      • MCCXCVIII.—SIR WALTER SCOTT'S PARRITCH-PAN.
      • MCCXCIX.—HORNE TOOKE AND WILKES.
      • MCCC.—A LITERARY RENDERING.
      • MCCCI.—TEMPERANCE CRUETS.
      • MCCCII.—DR GLYNN'S RECEIPT FOR DRESSING A CUCUMBER.
      • MCCCIII.—"WHAT'S A HAT WITHOUT A HEAD?"
      • MCCCIV.—SEVERE REBUKE.
      • MCCCV.—HORSES TO GRASS.
      • MCCCVI.—INADVERTENCE AND EPICURISM.
      • MCCCVII.—VERY TRUE.
      • MCCCVIII.—A JEW'S EYE TO BUSINESS.
      • MCCCIX.—ST. PETER A BACHELOR.
      • MCCCX.—TRUE OF BOTH.
      • MCCCXI.—A POSER.
      • MCCCXII.—VERY APPROPRIATE.
      • MCCCXIII.—A BAD JUDGE.
      • MCCCXIV.—WHITE HANDS.
      • MCCCXV.—TRUE TO THE LETTER.
      • MCCCXVI.—SIR WALTER SCOTT AND CONSTABLE.
      • MCCCXVII.—TRUE PHILOSOPHY.
      • MCCCXVIII.—ANSWERED AT ONCE.
      • MCCCXIX.—A DEADLY WEAPON.
      • MCCCXX.—EQUALITY OF THE LAW.
      • MCCCXXI.—OPEN CONFESSION.
      • MCCCXXII.—QUITE PROFESSIONAL.
      • MCCCXXIII.—ON DR. LETTSOM.
      • MCCCXXIV.—EQUITABLE LAW.
      • MCCCXXV.—IRISH AND SCOTCH LOYALTY.
      • MCCCXXVI.—RUNNING ACCOUNTS.
      • MCCCXXVII.—ON BLOOMFIELD, THE POET.
      • MCCCXXVIII.—SCOTCHMAN AND HIGHWAYMEN.
      • MCCCXXIX.—IRISH IMPRUDENCE.
      • MCCCXXX.—THE PIGS AND THE SILVER SPOON.
      • MCCCXXXI.—A FALSE FACE TRUE.
      • MCCCXXXII.—A CONSIDERATE MAYOR.
      • MCCCXXXIII.—THE SAFE SIDE.
      • MCCCXXXIV.—VISIBLY LOSING.
      • MCCCXXXV.—REASON FOR THICK ANKLES.
      • MCCCXXXVI.—ERASMUS VERSUS LUTHER.
      • MCCCXXXVII.—SOMETHING TO BE PROUD OF.
      • MCCCXXXVIII.—FAIRLY WON.
      • MCCCXXXIX.—A FORTUNATE EXPEDIENT.
      • MCCCXL.—ON THE FOUR GEORGES.
      • MCCCXLI.—WHAT EVERYBODY DOES.
      • MCCCXLII.—WHAT IS AN ARCHDEACON?
      • MCCCXLIII.—"ON MR. PITT'S BEING PELTED BY THE MOB, ON LORD MAYOR'S DAY, 1787."
      • MCCCXLIV.—LATIMER.
      • MCCCXLV.—EXCUSE FOR COWARDICE.
      • MCCCXLVI.—A NEW IDEA.
      • MCCCXLVII—THE POOR CURATE.
      • MCCCXLVIII.—NEIGHBORLY POLITENESS.
      • MCCCXLIX.—A HEAVY WEIGHT.
      • MCCCL.—A SYLLABIC DIFFERENCE.
      • MCCCLI.—"SINKING" THE WELL.
      • MCCCLII.—ON A GENTLEMAN NAMED HEDDY.
      • MCCCLIII.—THE WAY TO KEW.
      • MCCCLIV.—ABOVE PROOF.
      • MCCCLV.—AWKWARD ORTHOGRAPHY.
      • MCCCLVI.—MISS WILBERFORCE.
      • MCCCLVII.—WRITTEN ON THE UNION, 1801, BY A BARRISTER OF DUBLIN.
      • MCCCLVIII.—A COOL PROPOSITION.
      • MCCCLIX.—A PROPER NAME.
      • MCCCLX.—THE GRANDSON.
      • MCCCLXI.—AN UNANSWERABLE ARGUMENT.
      • MCCCLXII.—TO LADY, MOUNT E——, ON THE DEATH OF A FAVORITE PIG.
      • MCCCLXIII.—NATURAL.
      • MCCCLXIV.—BROTHERLY LOVE.
      • MCCCLXV.—A DISTRESSFUL DENOUEMENT.
      • MCCCLXVI.—CONSERVATIVE LOGIC.
      • MCCCLXVII.—THE BEST WINE.
      • MCCCLXVIII.—A VALUABLE BEAVER.
      • MCCCLXIX.—SOMETHING TO POCKET.
      • MCCCLXX.—UP AND DOWN.
      • MCCCLXXI.—A POOR SUBSTITUTE.
      • MCCCLXXII.—OUT OF SPIRITS.
      • MCCCLXXIII.—GOOD AT THE HALT.
      • MCCCLXXIV.—AN EASY WAY.
      • MCCCLXXV.—ERUDITE.
      • MCCCLXXVI.—VERY EASY.
      • MCCCLXXVII.—A WINNER AT CARDS.
      • MCCCLXXVIII.—EPIGRAM.
      • MCCCLXXIX.—AN INCONVENIENT BREAK DOWN.
      • MCCCLXXX.—SMALL TALK.
      • MCCCLXXXI.—RATHER FEROCIOUS.
      • MCCCLXXXII.—ONLY FOR LIFE.
      • MCCCLXXXIII.—AN OUTLINE.
      • MCCCLXXXIV.—ON SIR WALTER SCOTT'S POEM OF WATERLOO.
      • MCCCLXXXV.—UGLY TRADES.
      • MCCCLXXXVI.—A GOOD CHARACTER.
      • MCCCLXXXVII.—SENSIBILITY.
      • MCCCLXXXVIII.—PATIENCE.
      • MCCCLXXXIX.—WHAT'S MY THOUGHT LIKE?
      • MCCCXC.—NOT GIVING HIMSELF "AIRS."
      • MCCCXCI.—A BARBER SHAVED BY A LAWYER.
      • MCCCXCII.—A MAN OF METAL.
      • MCCCXCIII.—SPECIMEN OF THE LACONIC.
      • MCCCXCIV.—A DROP.
      • MCCCXCV.—ERROR IN JUDGMENT.
      • MCCCXCVI.—THE SUPERIORITY OF MACHINERY.
      • MCCCXCVII.—THE MONEY-BORROWER DECEIVED.
      • MCCCXCVIII.—A SPEAKING CANVAS.
      • MCCCXCIX.—INDUSTRY OF THE ENGLISH PEOPLE.
      • MCD.—OCULAR.
      • MCDI.—ON THE DISAPPOINTMENT OF THE WHIG ASSOCIATES OF THE PRINCE REGENT AT NOT OBTAINING OFFICE.
      • MCDII.—AN APT REPROOF.
      • MCDIII.—THE LAME BEGGAR.
      • MCDIV.—HOLLAND'S FUNERAL.
      • MCDV.—PRETTY.
      • MCDVI.—NOT IMPROBABLE.
      • MCDVII.—SOUGHT AND FOUND.
      • MCDVIII.—NO REDEEMING VIRTUE.
      • MCDIX.—A REMARKABLE ECHO.
      • MCDX.—A DUTIFUL DAUGHTER.
      • MCDXI.—A PERTINENT QUESTION.
      • MCDXII.—A SOPORIFIC.
      • MCDXIII.—THE AMENDE HONORABLE.
      • MCDXIV.—ALLEGORICAL REPRESENTATION.
      • MCDXV.—MILITARY ELOQUENCE.
      • MCDXVI.—CUTTING OFF THE SUPPLIES.
      • MCDXVII.—EPIGRAM.
      • MCDXVIII.—A FOWL JOKE.
      • MCDXIX.—AN EXPENSIVE TRIP.
      • MCDXX.—OLD FRIENDS.
      • MCDXXI.—A REASON.
      • MCDXXII.—HONOR.
      • MCDXXIII.—JUST AS WONDERFUL.
      • MCDXXIV.—CHARITY BEGINS AT HOME.
      • MCDXXV.—QUESTION ANSWERED.
      • MCDXXVI.—VERY LIKELY.
      • MCDXXVII.—INQUEST EXTRAORDINARY.
      • MCDXXVIII.—A GRUNT.
      • MCDXXIX.—ONE FAULT.
      • MCDXXX.—TO THE "COMING" MAN.
      • MCDXXXI.—NOTHING TO BOAST OF.
      • MCDXXXII.—COLONIAL BREWERIES.
      • MCDXXXIII.—A CLOSER.
      • MCDXXXIV.—THE FOOL OR KNAVE.
      • MCDXXXV.—KNOWING HIS MAN.
      • MCDXXXVI.—A GOOD REASON FOR A BAD CAUSE.
      • MCDXXXVII.—SELF-APPLAUSE.
      • MCDXXXVIII.—A WOODEN JOKE.
      • MCDXXXIX.—AN OLD ADAGE REFUTED.
      • MCDXL.—THEATRICAL PURGATIONS.
      • MCDXLI.—ALL THE SAME.
      • MCDXLII.—THE PRINCIPLE OF GOVERNMENTS.
      • MCDXLIII.—DR. WALCOT'S APPLICATION FOR SHIELD'S IVORY OPERA PASS.
      • MCDXLIV.—COOKING HIS GOOSE.
      • MCDXLV.—TAKE WARNING!
      • MCDXLVI.—"THE WIDE, WIDE SEA."
      • MCDXLVII.—CONDITIONAL AGREEMENT.
      • MCDXLVIII.—ON A SQUINTING POETESS.
      • MCDXLIX.—A NEAT SUGGESTION.
      • MCDL.—SCOTCH "WUT."
      • MCDLI.—WHERE IT CAME FROM.
      • MCDLII.—QUIN AND CHARLES I.
      • MCDLIII.—TIMELY FLATTERY.
      • MCDLIV.—EPIGRAM ON TWO CONTRACTORS.
      • MCDLV.—TRAVELLERS SEE STRANGE THINGS.
      • MCDLVI.—AN UNCONSCIOUS INSULT.
      • MCDLVII.—A CLOSE TRANSLATION.
      • MCDLVIII.—NEW RELATIONSHIP.
      • MCDLIX.—ONLY A NINEPIN.
      • MCDLX.—DR. WALCOT'S REQUEST FOR IVORY TICKETS, SENT TO SHIELD, THE COMPOSER.
      • MCDLXI.—DIFFICULTIES IN EITHER CASE.
      • MCDLXII.—A PROFESSIONAL AIM.
      • MCDLXIII.—FLYING COLORS.
      • MCDLXIV.—AN ENTERTAINING PROPOSITION.
      • MCDLXV.—UNION OF OPPOSITES.
      • MCDLXVI.—EPIGRAM.
      • MCDLXVII.—AN UNTAXED LUXURY.
      • MCDLXVIII.—A DEAR SPEAKER.
      • MCDLXIX.—ABSURDLY LOGICAL.
      • MCDLXX.—PROOF POSITIVE.
      • MCDLXXI.—PLAYER, OR LORD.
      • MCDLXXII.—IN MEMORIAM.
      • MCDLXXIII.—PRIME'S PRESERVATIVE.
      • MCDLXXIV.—A SHARP BRUSH.
      • MCDLXXV.—NOT SO "DAFT" AS REPUTED.
      • MCDLXXVI.—PICKING POCKETS.
      • MCDLXXVII.—HUSBANDING HIS RESOURCES.
      • MCDLXXVIII.—SMOOTHING IT DOWN.
      • MCDLXXIX.—MAKING FREE WITH THE WAIST.
      • MCDLXXX.—A HOPELESS INVASION.
      • MCDLXXXI.—DROLL TO ORDER.
      • MCDLXXXII.—MEN OF WEIGHT.
      • MCDLXXXIII.—CHEMICAL ODDITY.
      • MCDLXXXIV.—AN APISH RESEMBLANCE.
      • MCDLXXXV.—HE WHO SUNG "THE LAYS OF ANCIENT ROME."
      • MCDLXXXVI.—DEATH-BED FORGIVENESS.
      • MCDLXXXVII.—A REASONABLE PREFERENCE.
      • MCDLXXXVIII.—A DEAR BARGAIN.
      • MCDLXXXIX.—SUGGESTIVE REPUDIATION.
      • MCDXC.—NO INTRUSION.
      • MCDXCI.—EXPERIMENTUM CRUCIS.
      • MCDXCII.—NOT AT ALL ANXIOUS.
      • MCDXCIII.—ODD HUMOR.
      • MCDXCIV.—A TICKLISH OPENING.
      • MCDXCV.—THE REPUBLIC OF LETTERS.
      • MCDXCVI.—AN OFFENSIVE PREFERENCE.
      • MCDXCVII.—SELF-CONDEMNATION.
      • MCDXCVIII.—AN ILLEGAL INDORSEMENT.
      • MCDXCIX.—A PLUMPER.
      • MD.—A PAINFUL EXAMINATION.
      • MDI.—BUSINESS AND PLEASURE.
      • MDII.—INFORMATION EASILY ACQUIRED.
      • MDIII.—A WALKING STICK.
      • MDIV.—CHARITY AND INCONVENIENCE.
      • MDV.—A REASON FOR BELIEF.
      • MDVI.—OPENLY.
      • MDVII.—PAINTED CHARMS.
      • MDVIII.—ON THE SPOT.
      • MDIX.—MR. ERSKINE'S FIRMNESS.
      • MDX.—A SHUFFLING ANSWER.
      • MDXI.—THE DEBT PAID.
      • MDXII.—A UTILITARIAN INQUIRY.
      • MDXIII.—AN OBJECTIONABLE PROCESS.
      • MDXIV.—EPIGRAM.
      • MDXV.—A DREADFUL SUSPICION.
      • MDXVI.—A FAMILIAR FRIEND.
      • MDXVII.—NO MUSIC IN HIS SOUL.
      • MDXVIII.—PROFESSIONAL CANDOR.
      • MDXIX.—TELL IT NOT IN ENGLAND.
      • MDXX.—FASHION AND VIRTUE.
      • MDXXI.—PROFESSIONAL COMPANIONS.
      • MDXXII.—WHY MASTER OF THE HOUSE.
      • MDXXIII.—PRECAUTIONARY.
      • MDXXIV.—A LATE DISCOVERER.
      • MDXXV.—LINES TO O'KEEFE.
      • MDXXVI.—PROFESSION AND PRACTICE.
      • MDXXVII.—A RISKFUL ADVENTURE.
      • MDXXVIII.—WONDERFUL UNANIMITY.
      • MDXXIX.—A MICHAELMAS MEETING.
      • MDXXX.—A TYPOGRAPHICAL TRANSFER.
      • MDXXXI.—EPIGRAM.
      • MDXXXII.—GOING TO EXTREMES.
      • MDXXXIII.—SILENT APPRECIATION.
      • MDXXXIV.—JUSTICE MIDAS.
      • MDXXXV.—A SIGNIFICANT DIFFERENCE.
      • MDXXXVI.—LAW AND PHYSIC.
      • MDXXXVII.—EUCLID REFUTED.
      • MDXXXVIII.—KEEPING IT TO HIMSELF.
      • MDXXXIX.—CLASSICAL WIT.
      • MDXL.—A PREFERABLE WAY.
      • MDXLI.—A STOUT SWIMMER.
      • MDXLII.—A CHOICE OF EVILS.
      • MDXLIII.—RESTING HERSELF.
      • MDXLIV.—A CHARTIST NOT A LEVELLER.
      • MDXLV.—DEATH AND DR. BOLUS.
      • MDXLVI.—AN EVASION.
      • MDXLVII.—GOING FROM THE POINT.
      • MDXLVIII.—DEFINING A CREED.
      • MDXLIX.—A BIT OF MOONSHINE.
      • MDL.—EPIGRAM.
      • MDLI.—A KIND HINT.
      • MDLII.—PRIEST'S ORDERS.
      • MDLIII.—SHERIDAN AND BURKE.
      • MDLIV.—ALWAYS THE BETTER.
      • MDLV.—A PUNGENT PINCH.
      • MDLVI.—"OFF WITH HIS HEAD."
      • MDLVII.—ON A GREAT TALKER.
      • MDLVIII.—DRY HUMOR.
      • MDLIX.—CHANGE FOR A GUINEA.
      • MDLX.—AS BLACK AS HE COULD BE PAINTED.
      • MDLXI.—A MAN AND A BROTHER.
      • MDLXII.—PULLING UP A POET.
      • MDLXIII.—AN HONOR TO TIPPERARY.
      • MDLXIV.—WITTY THANKSGIVING.
      • MDLXV.—A REASON FOR NOT MOVING.
      • MDLXVI.—KILLED BY HIS OWN REMEDY.
      • MDLXVII.—NOTHING SURPRISING.
      • MDLXVIII.—RUNNING NO RISK.
      • MDLXIX.—A HUMORIST PIQUED.
      • MDLXX.—NOT ROOM FOR A NEIGHBOR.
      • MDLXXI.—AN UNEXPECTED CANNONADE.
      • MDLXXII.—ON BUTLER'S MONUMENT.
      • MDLXXIII.—A WORD IN SEASON.
      • MDLXXIV.—"GETTING THE WORST OF IT."
      • MDLXXV.—A SATISFACTORY EXPLANATION.
      • MDLXXVI.—"I TAKES 'EM AS THEY COME."
      • MDLXXVU.—A CLIMAX.
      • MDLXXVIII.—BLANK CARTRIDGE.
      • MDLXXIX.—SERMONS IN STONES.
      • MDLXXX.—EARLY HABITS.
      • MDLXXXI.—LAW AND THE SCOTTISH THANE.
      • MDLXXXII.—NOT TO BE BELIEVED.
      • MDLXXXIII.—A REASON FOR POLYGAMY.
      • MDLXXXIV.—BYRON LIBELLOUS.
      • MDLXXXV.—A TERRIBLE POSSIBILITY.
      • MDLXXXVI.—ATTIRED TO TIRE.
      • MDLXXXVII.—A SMALL JOKE.
      • MDLXXXVIII.—A VAIN THREAT.
      • MDLXXXIX.—POOR LAW.
      • MDXC.—CAUSE AND EFFECT.
      • MDXCI.—A FAIR DISTRIBUTION.
      • MDXCII.—SOMETHING SHARP.
      • MDXCIII.—AN AFFECTIONATE HINT.
      • MDXCIV.—A SIMILE.
      • MDXCV.—A WIDE DIFFERENCE.
      • MDXCVI.—ASPIRING POVERTY.
      • MDXCVII.—A TENDER SUGGESTION.
      • MDXCVIII.—SUDDEN FREEDOM.
      • MDXCIX.—EPIGRAM.
      • MDC.—ANSWERING HER ACCORDING TO HER FOLLY.
      • MDCI.—THE SUN IN HIS EYE.
      • MDCII.—A BRIGHT REJOINDER.
      • MDCIII.—WELL TURNED.
      • MDCIV.—A QUICK LIE.
      • MDCV.—A MERRY THOUGHT.
      • MDCVI.—AN IMPUDENT WIT.
      • MDCVII.—WEARING AWAY.
      • MDCVIII.—A PERTINENT QUESTION.
      • MDCIX.—A BASE JOKE.
      • MDCX.—A WIDE-AWAKE MINISTER.
      • MDCXI.—ON CARDINAL WOLSEY.
      • MDCXII.—NOT FINDING HIMSELF.
      • MDCXIII.—A WITTY PROPOSITION.
      • MDCXIV.—A WARM MAN.
      • MDCXV.—LONG AGO.
      • MDCXVI.—AN UNLIKELY RESULT.
      • MDCXVII.—POLITICAL LOGIC.
      • MDCXVIII.—A WISE DECISION.
      • MDCXIX.—A POINT NEEDING TO BE SETTLED.
      • MDCXX.—A POOR LAUGH.
      • MDCXXI.—AN ANTICIPATED CALAMITY.
      • MDCXXII.—MATRIMONY.
      • MDCXXIII.—DRY, BUT NOT THIRSTY.
      • MDCXXIV.—SHAKESPEARIAN GROG.
      • MDCXXV.—A JURY CASE.
      • MDCXXVI.—SOMETHING TO BE GRATEFUL FOR.
      • MDCXXVII.—"THE RULING PASSION STRONG IN DEATH."
      • MDCXXVIII.—AN ENDLESS TASK.
      • MDCXXIX.—PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION.
      • MDCXXX.—A CELESTIAL VISION.
      • MDCXXXI.—DESTITUTION OF THE SMITH FAMILY.
      • MDCXXXII.—UNCIVIL WARNING.
      • MDCXXXIII.—AN INEVITABLE MISFORTUNE.
      • MDCXXXIV.—DONE FOR.
      • MDCXXXV.—A PROBLEM FOR TOTAL ABSTAINERS.
      • MDCXXXVI.—THE DOG TAX.
      • MDCXXXVII.—A PUN WITH AN IRISH ACCENT.
      • MDCXXXVIII.—A NEW WAY WITH ATTORNEYS.
      • MDCXXXIX.—THE DOUBT EXPLAINED.
      • MDCXL.—A YOKSHIRE BULL.
      • MDCXLI.—A ONE-SIDED JOKE.
      • MDCXLII.—TWO CURES FOR AGUE.
      • MDCXLIII.—A QUESTION OF DESCENT.
      • MDCXLIV.—PLEASANT FOR A FATHER.
      • MDCXLV.—A RULE OF PRACTICE.
      • MDCXLVI.—WITS AGREEING.
      • MDCXLVII.—LITERARY PASTIME.
      • MDCXLVIII.—A FREE TRANSLATION.
      • MDCXLIX.—AN EQUIVOCAL PREFERENCE.
      • MDCL.—RECIPROCAL ACTION.
      • MDCLI.—ACRES AND WISEACRES.
      • MDCLII.—AN UNEQUAL ARRANGEMENT.
      • MDCLIII.—A REASON FOR BEING TOO LATE.
      • MDCLIV.—COOL AS A CUCUMBER.
      • MDCLV.—AN AMPLE APOLOGY.
      • MDCLVI.—FUNERAL INVITATION.
      • MDCLVII.—A SUPERFLUOUS SCRAPER.
      • MDCLVIII.—COMPARATIVE VIRTUE.
      • MDCLIX.—GARTH AND ROWE.
      • MDCLX.—A SECRET DISCOVERED.
      • MDCLXI.—INTERESTED INQUIRY.
      • MDCLXII.—A BEARABLE PUN.
      • MDCLXIII.—CITY GLUTTON.
      • MDCLXIV.—A PRETTY REPLY.
      • MDCLXV.—A CONVENIENT THEORY.
      • MDCLXVI.—BUT ONE GOOD TRANSLATION.
      • MDCLXVII.—PHILIP, EARL OF STANHOPE.
      • MDCLXVIII.—RIGID IMPARTIALITY.
      • MDCLXIX.—WHITBREAD'S ENTIRE.
      • MDCLXX.—A FOOL AND HIS MONEY.
      • MDCLXXI.—A GRIM JOKE.
      • MDCLXXII.—INSURANCE ASSURANCE.
      • MDCLXXIII.—GENUINE LAZINESS.
      • MDCLXXIV.—CUTTING.
      • MDCLXXV.—GONE OUT.
      • MDCLXXVI.—A GOOD JUDGE.
      • MDCLXXVII.—MR. CHARLES YORKE.
      • MDCLXXVIII.—THE SALIC LAW
      • MDCLXXIX.—CHARLES JAMES FOX.
      • MDCLXXX.—PREFERMENT.
      • MDCLXXXI.—COMPLIMENTARY.
      • MDCLXXXII.—DR. DONNE.
      • MDCLXXXIII.—VULGARITY.
      • MDCLXXXIV.—AN EXPENSIVE JOB.
      • MDCLXXXV.—PROSINESS.
      • MDCLXXXVI.—A PLEASANT MESSAGE.
      • MDCLXXXVII.—EXISTENCE OF MATTER.
      • MDCLXXXVIII.—A SAUCY ANSWER.
      • MDCLXXXIX.—QUAINT EPITAPH.
      • MDCXC.—AN INHOSPITABLE IRISHMAN.
      • MDCXCI.—GOOD ENOUGH FOR A PIG.
      • MDCXCII.—FARCICAL.
      • MDCXCIII.—TOO MUCH AT ONCE.
      • MDCXCIV.—EPIGRAM.
      • MDCXCV.—POSSIBLE CENSORS.
      • MDCXCVI.—A CONNUBIAL COMPLIMENT.
      • MDCXCVII.—DOUBLE SIGHT.
      • MDCXCVIII.—WITTY AT HIS OWN EXPENSE.
      • MDCXCIX.—A CONVERSATIONAL EPIGRAM.
      • MDCC.—A PREVIOUS ENGAGEMENT.
      • MDCCI.—A ROYAL JEST.
      • MDCCII.—EXTREMELY SULPHUROUS.
      • MDCCIII.—A JOKE FROM THE NORTH.
      • MDCCIV.—MULTIPLYING ONE.
      • MDCCV.—AN AFFIRMATIVE EPIGRAM.
      • MDCCVI.—THE RULING PASSION.
      • MDCCVII.—INDIFFERENCE TO DEATH.
      • MDCCVIII.—SELF-INTEREST.
      • MDCCIX.—ALL THE DIFFERENCE.
      • MDCCX.—FOOTE'S LAST JOKE.
      • MDCCXI.—L'Envoy.
      • DINNER CODE.
    • II.—SOMETHING FOR DR. DARWIN.
    • III.—A BAD EXAMPLE.
    • IV.—A CONFIRMED INVALID.
    • V.—COMPARISONS ARE ODIOUS.
    • VI.—AN INSCRIPTION ON INSCRIPTIONS.
    • VII.—NO HARM DONE.
    • VIII.—BEARDING A BARBER.
    • IX.—CHANGING HIS COAT.
    • X.—GOOD ADVICE.
    • XI.—NEW RELATIONSHIP.
    • XII.—A SMALL INHERITANCE.
    • XIII.—A DIFFERENCE.
    • XIV.—THE LIGHT SUBJECT.
    • XV.—COMPLIMENTARY.
    • XVI.—A FAIR SUBSTITUTE.
    • XVII.—A CONSTITUTIONAL PUN.
    • XVIII.—A CONVERT.
    • XIX.—INCREDIBLE.
    • XX.—ALL THE DIFFERENCE.
    • XXI.—SPIRITUAL AND SPIRITUOUS.
    • XXII.—A WONDERFUL WOMAN.
    • XXIII.—A WISE SON WHO KNEW HIS OWN FATHER.
    • XXIV.—A WRITTEN CHARACTER.
    • XXV.—WELL MATCHED.
    • XXVI.—A PARDONABLE MISTAKE.
    • XXVII.—THREE CAUSES.
    • XXVIII.—THE CONNOISSEUR.
    • XXIX.—A SYMBOL.
    • XXX.—THE ONE THING WANTING.
    • XXXI.—A HORSE LAUGH.
    • XXXII.—ONE GOOD TURN DESERVES ANOTHER.
    • XXXIII.—A NOVEL COMPLAINT.
    • XXXIV.—A CONJUGAL CAUTION.
    • XXXV.—A PORTRAIT CAPITALLY EXECUTED.
    • XXXVI.—MATTER IN HIS MADNESS.
    • XXXVII.—PLEASANT INVITATION.
    • XXXVIII.—WELL-BRED HORSE.
    • XXXIX.—"ONE FOR HIS NOB."
    • XL.—SOUND AND FURY.
    • XLI.—COME OF AGE.
    • XLII.—A STRIKING NOTICE.
    • XLIII.—UP IN THE WORLD.
    • XLIV.—REVERSE OF CIRCUMSTANCES.
    • XLV.—A DOGGED ANSWER.
    • XLVI.—VISIBLE DARKNESS.
    • XLVII.—HIC-CUPPING.
    • XLVIII.—WORDS THAT BURN.
    • XLIX.—PASSING THE BOTTLE.
    • L.—"JUNIUS" DISCOVERED.
    • LI.—A WEAK WOMAN.
    • LII.—TOO MANY COOKS.
    • LIII.—LOOK IN HIS FACE.
    • LIV.—NOTHING BUT THE "BILL."
    • LV.—AN EXTINGUISHER.
    • LVI.—A BAD SHOT.
    • LVII.—WISE PRECAUTION.
    • LVIII.—A TRUMP CARD.
    • LIX.—MISTAKEN IDENTITY.
    • LX.—ALONE IN HIS GLORY.
    • LXI.—A CAPITAL LETTER.
    • LXII.—A GOOD PARSON.
    • LXIII.—SUBTRACTION AND ADDITION.
    • LXIV.—THE DOCTRINE OF CHANCES.
    • LXV.—A LATE EDITION.
    • LXVI.—VERSES WRITTEN ON A WINDOW IN THE HIGHLANDS OF SCOTLAND.
    • LXVII.—THREE TOUCHSTONES.
    • LXVIII.—A DIALOGUE.
    • LXIX.—BEAR AND VAN.
    • LXX.—EPITAPH FOR SIR JOHN VANBRUGH.
    • LXXI.—PROVING THEIR METAL.
    • LXXII.—A DISTANT PROSPECT.
    • LXXIII.—SOUND SLEEPER.
    • LXXIV.—A CHEAP CURE.
    • LXXV.—EPIGRAM.
    • LXXVI.—A GRAMMATICAL DISTINCTION.
    • LXXVII.—A BANKER'S CHECK.
    • LXXVIII.—A FILLIP FOR HIM.
    • LXXIX.—BLACK OILS.
    • LXXX.—A BAD CROP.
    • LXXXI.—A GRAVE DOCTOR.
    • LXXXII.—WASTE POWDER.
    • LXXXIII.—THE SADDLE ON THE RIGHT HORSE.
    • LXXXIV.—BLACK AND WHITE.
    • LXXXV.—HOME IS HOME.
    • LXXXVI.—A LIGHT STUDY.
    • LXXXVII.—A CLIMAX.
    • LXXXVIII.—SIMPLE DIVISION.
    • LXXXIX.—HERO-PHOBIA.
    • XC.—LYING CONSISTENTLY.
    • XCI.—NOT RIGHT.
    • XCII.—LIGHT-HEADED.
    • XCIII.—"HE LIES LIKE TRUTH."
    • XCIV.—HAND AND GLOVE.
    • XCV.—VAST DOMAIN.
    • XCVI.—MONEY RETURNED.
    • XCVII.—CHEESE AND DESSERT.
    • XCVIII.—VERY POINTED.
    • XCIX.—"THE MIXTURE AS BEFORE."
    • C.—COMPUTATION.
    • CI.—PRIMOGENITURE.
    • CII.—CHECK TO THE KING.
    • CIII.—A FALL IN MITRES.
    • CIV.—FALSE DELICACY.
    • CV.—A BAD HARVEST.
    • CVI.—PROOF IMPRESSION.
    • CVII.—NECK OR NOTHING.
    • CVIII.—ARCADIA.
    • CIX.—QUITE PERFECTION.
    • CX.—THE LATE MR. COLLINS.
    • CXI.—A FAMILY PARTY.
    • CXII.—CALF'S HEAD SURPRISED.
    • CXIII.—POPPING THE QUESTION.
    • CXIV.—SCANDALOUS.
    • CXV.—THE PRINCE OF ORANGE AND JUDGE JEFFERIES.
    • CXVI.—MODEST REQUEST.
    • CXVII.—CAP THIS.
    • CXVIII.—A PRETTY METAPHOR.
    • CXIX.—ON A STONE THROWN AT A VERY GREAT MAN, BUT WHICH MISSED HIM.
    • CXX.—A MAN OF LETTERS.
    • CXXI.—WELSH WIG-GING.
    • CXXII.—A SPRIG OF SHILLALAH.
    • CXXIII.—DOG-MATIC.
    • CXXIV.—FALSE QUANTITY.
    • CXXV.—IN SUSPENSE.
    • CXXVI.—PORSON'S VISIT TO THE CONTINENT.
    • CXXVII.—ARTIFICIAL HEAT.
    • CXXVIII.—OUTWARD APPEARANCE.
    • CXXIX.—THE TWO SMITHS.
    • CXXX.—SAGE ADVICE.
    • CXXXI.—THE PURSER.
    • CXXXII.—A FOREIGN ACCENT.
    • CXXXIII—EASY AS LYING.
    • CXXXIV.—NEW WAY TO PAY OLD DEBTS.
    • CXXXV.—EPIGRAM.
    • CXXXVI.—FLATTERY TURNED TO ADVANTAGE.
    • CXXXVII.—THE INTRUDER REBUKED.
    • CXXXVIII.—CRITICAL POLITENESS.
    • CXXXIX.—A GOOD PLACE.
    • CXL.—A CABAL.
    • CXLI.—THE FIRE OF LONDON.
    • CXLII.—A DOUBTFUL COMPLIMENT.
    • CXLIII.—AN HONEST HORSE.
    • CXLIV.—THE RETORT CUTTING.
    • CXLV.—ELEGANT COMPLIMENT.
    • CXLVI.—A LOVE SONG, BY DEAN SWIFT.
    • CXLVII.—BY THE SAME.
    • CXLVIII.—A HAPPY SUGGESTION.
    • CXLIX.—PLAYING ON A WORD.
    • CL.—AN EYE TO PROFIT.
    • CLI.—"OUT, BRIEF CANDLE."
    • CLII.—A.I.
    • CLIII.—QUALIFYING FOR BAIL.
    • CLIV.—BARRY'S POWERS OF PLEASING.
    • CLV.—EPIGRAM.
    • CLVI.—SENTENCE OF DEATH.
    • CLVII.—NATIVE WIT.
    • CLVIII.—WORTH THE MONEY.
    • CLIX.—SUITED TO HIS SUBJECT.
    • CLX.—NOT versus NOTT.
    • CLXI.—A COCKNEY EPIGRAM.
    • CLXII.—THE PINK OF POLITENESS.
    • CLXIII.—HIGH AND LOW.
    • CLXIV.—CITY LOVE.
    • CLXV.—INGENIOUS REPLY OF A SOLDIER.
    • CLXVI.—LORD CHESTERFIELD.
    • CLXVII.—SPECIAL PLEADING.
    • CLXVIII.—ON A NEW DUKE.
    • CLXIX.—THE ZODIAC CLUB.
    • CLXX.—QUIN'S SOLILOQUY ON SEEING THE EMBALMED BODY OF DUKE HUMPHREY, AT ST. ALBAN'S.
    • CLXXI.—STRIKING REPROOF.
    • CLXXII.—A PRETTY PICTURE.
    • CLXXIII.—UNKNOWN TONGUE.
    • CLXXIV.—DUNNING AND LORD MANSFIELD.
    • CLXXV.—EPIGRAM.
    • CLXXVI.—CHANGING HIS LINE.
    • CLXXVII.—TALL AND SHORT.
    • CLXXVIII.—AN ODD COMPARISON.
    • CLXXIX.—ON THE RIGHT SIDE.
    • CLXXX.—CAUSE OF ABSENCE.
    • CLXXXI.—THE SCOLD'S VOCABULARY.
    • CLXXXII.—A FAMILIAR ILLUSTRATION.
    • CLXXXIII.—HAPPINESS.
    • CLXXXIV.—TRANSPOSING A COMPLIMENT.
    • CLXXXV.—A HANDSOME CONTRIBUTION.
    • CLXXXVI.—WASTE OF TIME.
    • CLXXXVII.—SCOTCH SIMPLICITY.
    • CLXXXVIII.—TWOFOLD ILLUSTRATION.
    • CLXXXIX.—NAT LEE AND SIR ROGER L'ESTRANGE.
    • CXC.—MAIDS AND WIVES.
    • CXCI.—TRAGEDY MS.
    • CXCII.—A TRUE COURTIER.
    • CXCIII.—RARE VIRTUE.
    • CXCIV.—A POSER.
    • CXCV.—A SHEEPISH COMPLIMENT.
    • CXCVI.—CONSIDERABLE LATITUDE.
    • CXCVII.—FARMER AND ATTORNEY.
    • CXCVIII.—A WIFE AT FORTY.
    • CXCIX.—DISAPPROBATION.
    • CC.—NOVEL OFFENCE.
    • CCI.—MEASURING HIS DISTANCE.
    • CCII.—VERY CLEAR.
    • CCIII.—BROTHERLY LOVE.
    • CCIV.—EPIGRAM.
    • CCV.—MODEST.
    • CCVI.—A JOINT CONCERN.
    • CCVII.—PROFESSIONAL.
    • CCVIII.—A GOOD REASON.
    • CCIX.—ON A BAD MAN.
    • CCX.—A CLEVER DOG.
    • CCXI.—A KNOTTY POINT.
    • CCXII.—GEORGE SELWYN.
    • CCXIII.—EMPEROR OF CHINA.
    • CCXIV.—LANDLORD AND TENANTS.
    • CCXV.—AN UGLY DOG.
    • CCXVI.—THE WRONG LEG.
    • CCXVII.—FEMALE TALKERS.
    • CCXVIII.—FIGHTING BY MEASURE.
    • CCXIX.—SUGGESTION.
    • CCXX.—THE FORCE OF SATIRE.
    • CCXXI.—THE ANGLO-FRENCH ALLIANCE.
    • CCXXII.—QUIN'S SAYING.
    • CCXXIII.—A GOOD REASON.
    • CCXXIV.—BILLY BROWN AND THE COUNSELLOR.
    • CCXXV.—THE RULING PASSION AFTER DEATH.
    • CCXXVI.—CUT AND COME AGAIN.
    • CCXXVII.—CALIBAN'S LOOKING-GLASS.
    • CCXXVIII.—UNION IS STRENGTH.
    • CCXXIX.—FRENCH PRECIPITATION.
    • CCXXX.—MAKING IT UP.
    • CCXXXI.—OLD STORIES OVER AGAIN.
    • CCXXXII.—HUMOR UNDER DIFFICULTIES.
    • CCXXXIII.—EQUALITY.
    • CCXXXIV.—QUITE NATURAL.
    • CCXXXV.—MISER'S CHARITY.
    • CCXXXVI.—SHAKING HANDS.
    • CCXXXVII.—MILTON ON WOMAN.
    • CCXXXVIII.—EPIGRAM.
    • CCXXXIX.—A GOOD REASON.
    • CCXL.—ON FARREN, THE ACTOR.
    • CCXLI.—PADDY'S LOGIC.
    • CCXLII.—WARNING TO LADIES.
    • CCXLIII.—A MOT OF DE FOE.
    • CCXLIV.—A FAIR REPULSE.
    • CCXLV.—CLAW AND CLAW.
    • CCXLVI.—THE BISHOP AND HIS PORTMANTEAU.
    • CCXLVII.—FORCE OF NATURE.
    • CCXLVIII.—BLOWING A NOSE.
    • CCXLIX.—TOO CIVIL.
    • CCL.—TORY LIBERALITY.
    • CCLI.—A CAPITAL JOKE.
    • CCLII.—PIG-HEADED.
    • CCLIII.—BURIED WORTH.
    • CCLIV.—A JUST DEBTOR.
    • CCLV.—A SOUND CONCLUSION.
    • CCLVI.—CUTTING HIS COAT.
    • CCLVII.—NON SEQUITUR.
    • CCLVIII.—ANY PORT IN A STORM.
    • CCLIX.—INGRATITUDE.
    • CCLX.—NOT SO BAD FOR A KING.
    • CCLXI.—A BAD CROP.
    • CCLXII.—"NONE SO BLIND," ETC.
    • CCLXIII.—DUPLEX MOVEMENT.
    • CCLXIV.—COULEUR DE ROSE.
    • CCLXV.—A FEELING WITNESS.
    • CCLXVI.—EXTREMES MEET.
    • CCLXVII.—DR. WEATHER-EYE.
    • CCLXVIII.—HESITATION IN HIS WRITING.
    • CCLXIX.—A GUIDE TO GOVERNMENT SITUATIONS.
    • CCLXX.—NATURAL TRANSMUTATION.
    • CCLXXI.—CRITICS.
    • CCLXXII.—QUESTION AND ANSWER.
    • CCLXXIII.—A TRUE JOKE.
    • CCLXXIV.—THE CART BEFORE THE HORSE.
    • CCLXXV.—A CITY VARNISH.
    • CCLXXVI.—A RUB AT A RASCAL.
    • CCLXXVII.—A SAGE SIMILE.
    • CCLXXVIII.—AN ARCHITECTURAL PUN.
    • CCLXXIX.—THE MAJESTY OF MUD.
    • CCLXXX.—A PROVIDENT BOY.
    • CCLXXXI.—A QUERY ANSWERED.
    • CCLXXXII.—A WOMAN'S PROMISES.
    • CCLXXXIII.—THE MEDICINE MUST BE OF USE.
    • CCLXXXIV.—ROYAL FAVOR.
    • CCLXXXV.—BLACK AND WHITE.
    • CCLXXXVI.—THE WORST OF ALL CRIMES.
    • CCLXXXVII.—A PHENOMENON ACCOUNTED FOR.
    • CCLXXXVIII.—BRIGHT AND SHARP.
    • CCLXXXIX.—A WOODMAN.
    • CCXC.—HUMAN HAPPINESS.
    • CCXCI.—MEASURE FOR MEASURE.
    • CCXCII.—A DESERVED RETORT.
    • CCXCIII.—A POETICAL SHAPE.
    • CCXCIV.—A COMMON CASE.
    • CCXCV.—EPIGRAM.
    • CCXCVI.—TOO COLD TO CHANGE.
    • CCXCVII.—SEALING AN OATH.
    • CCXCVIII.—A NEAT QUOTATION.
    • CCXCIX.—GOOD SPORT.
    • CCC.—AN UNRE-HEARSED EFFECT.
    • CCCI.—A GOOD SERVANT.
    • CCCII.—BALANCING ACCOUNTS.
    • CCCIII.—A NOVELTY.
    • CCCIV.—SCOTCH UNDERSTANDING.
    • CCCV.—BRUTAL AFFECTIONS.
    • CCCVI.—AN INTRODUCTORY CEREMONY.
    • CCCVII.—WHIG AND TORY.
    • CCCVIII.—CONTRABAND SCOTCHMAN.
    • CCCIX.—A PLACEBO.
    • CCCX.—A PLACE WANTED.
    • CCCXI.—NOT TO BE BOUGHT.
    • CCCXII.—SIGN OF BEING CRACKED.
    • CCCXIII.—CRUEL SUGGESTION.
    • CCCXIV.—AN ODD FELLOW.
    • CCCXV.—POST-MORTEM.
    • CCCXVI.—KNOWING HIS PLACE.
    • CCCXVII.—AN ATTIC JEST.
    • CCCXVIII.—CUTTING ON BOTH SIDES.
    • CCCXIX.—A READY RECKONER.
    • CCCXX.—CATCHING HIM UP.
    • CCCXXI.—A STOPPER.
    • CCCXXII.—A BOOK CASE.
    • CCCXXIII.—HINC ILLE LACHRYMÆ.
    • CCCXXIV.—REASON FOR GOING TO CHURCH.
    • CCCXXV.—A BISHOP AND CHURCHWARDEN.
    • CCCXXVI.—STONE BLIND.
    • CCCXXVII.—AGREEABLE AND NOT COMPLIMENTARY.
    • CCCXXVIII.—DR. JOHNSON WITHOUT VARIATION.
    • CCCXXIX.—MR. CANNING'S PARASITES.
    • CCCXXX.—PLEASANT DESERTS.
    • CCCXXXI.—A HOME ARGUMENT.
    • CCCXXXII.—A BAD PEN.
    • CCCXXXIII.—WIGNELL THE ACTOR.
    • CCCXXXIV.—CANDOR.
    • CCCXXXV.—A "COLD" COMPLIMENT.
    • CCCXXXVI.—READY REPLY.
    • CCCXXXVII.—FULL PROOF.
    • CCCXXXVIII.—EPIGRAM ON CIBBER.
    • CCCXXXIX.—A PROPHECY.
    • CCCXL.—A FIXTURE.
    • CCCXLI.—FAMILY PRIDE.
    • CCCXLII.—EVIDENCE OF A JOCKEY.
    • CCCXLIII.—WAY OF THE WORLD.
    • CCCXLIV.—A BROAD-SHEET HINT.
    • CCCXLV.—MODEST MERIT.
    • CCCXLVI.—SOFT, VERY!
    • CCCXLVII.—CAMBRIDGE ETIQUETTE.
    • CCCXLVIII.—EPIGRAM.
    • CCCXLIX.—HALF-WAY.
    • CCCL.—SELF-KNOWLEDGE.
    • CCCLI.—TWO OF A TRADE.
    • CCCLII.—A STRAY SHOT.
    • CCCLIII.—MILESIAN ADVICE.
    • CCCLIV.—MR. ABERNETHY.
    • CCCLV.—THE DEBT PAID.
    • CCCLVI.—EXTREMES MEET.
    • CCCLVII.—A COMPLIMENT ILL-RECEIVED.
    • CCCLVIII.—TRUTH NOT TO BE SPOKEN AT ALL TIMES.
    • CCCLIX.—A GOOD REASON.
    • CCCLX.—FOLLOWING A LEADER.
    • CCCLXI.—IDOLATRY.
    • CCCLXII.—TWICE RUINED.
    • CCCLXIII.—Q.E.D.
    • CCCLXIV.—SHORT STORIES.
    • CCCLXV.—ON A LADY WHO SQUINTED.
    • CCCLXVI.—AN ORIGINAL ATTRACTION.
    • CCCLXVII.—DEMOCRATIC VISION.
    • CCCLXVIII.—FISHY, RATHER.
    • CCCLXIX.—LIGHT BREAD.
    • CCCLXX.—SOMETHING LIKE AN INSULT.
    • CCCLXXI.—ON CHARLES KEAN, THE ACTOR.
    • CCCLXXII.—POLITICAL CORRUPTION.
    • CCCLXXIII.—A QUAKERLY OBJECTION.
    • CCCLXXIV.—A GOOD-HEARTED FELLOW.
    • CCCLXXV.—EPIGRAM ON THE DEATH OF FOOTE.
    • CCCLXXVI.—THE ANGRY OCEAN.
    • CCCLXXVII.—BREVITY.
    • CCCLXXVIII.—EPIGRAM.
    • CCCLXXIX.—A BROAD-BRIM HINT.
    • CCCLXXX.—AN ORDER FOR TWO.
    • CCCLXXXI.—EPIGRAM FROM THE ITALIAN.
    • CCCLXXXII.—MARRIAGE.
    • CCCLXXXIII.—FISHING FOR A COMPLIMENT.
    • CCCLXXXIV.—VISIBLE PROOF.
    • CCCLXXXV.—SIMPLICITY OF THE LEARNED PORSON.
    • CCCLXXXVI.—EPIGRAM ADDRESSED TO MISS EDGEWORTH.
    • CCCLXXXVII.—KEEN REPLY.
    • CCCLXXXVIII.—A GOOD EXAMPLE.
    • CCCLXXXIX.—A CERTAINTY.
    • CCCXC.—NOMINAL RHYMES.
    • CCCXCI.—A BROAD HINT.
    • CCCXCII.—VAILS TO SERVANTS.
    • CCCXCIII.—QUITE TRUE.
    • CCCXCIV.—CONGRATULATION TO ONE WHO CURLED HIS HAIR.
    • CCCXCV.—THE POLITE SCHOLAR.
    • CCCXCVI.—A COOL HAND.
    • CCCXCVII.—QUID PRO QUO.
    • CCCXCVIII.—RECRUITING SERJEANT AND COUNTRYMAN.
    • CCCXCIX.—AN ANECDOTE.
    • CD.—DIDO.
    • CDI.—EXTREME SIMPLICITY.
    • CDII.—NOT TO BE TRIFLED WITH.
    • CDIII.—AS YOU LIKE IT.
    • CDIV.—AN UPRIGHT MAN.
    • CDV.—THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON AND THE AURIST.
    • CDVI.—TRUTH NOT ALWAYS TO BE SPOKEN.
    • CDVII.—ADVERTISEMENT EXTRAORDINARY.
    • CDVIII.—A "DOUBLE TIMES."
    • CDIX.—PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED.
    • CDX.—EPIGRAM.
    • CDXI.—A SEASONABLE JOKE.
    • CDXII.—EPIGRAM.
    • CDXIII.—A CONSIDERATE SON.
    • CDXIV.—DANGEROUSLY WELL.
    • CDXV.—EPIGRAM.
    • CDXVI.—A NEW SCHOLAR.
    • CDXVII.—PUTTING A STOP TO PILGRIM'S PROGRESS.
    • CDXVIII.—EPIGRAM.
    • CDXIX.—A SUDDEN CHANGE.
    • CDXX.—VALUABLE DISCOVERY.
    • CDXXI.—A USEFUL ALLY.
    • CDXXII.—TWO SIDES TO A SPEECH.
    • CDXXIII.—WILKIE'S SIMPLICITY.
    • CDXXIV.—RINGING THE CHANGES.
    • CDXXV.—KNOWING HIS MAN.
    • CDXXVI.—A SMALL GLASS.
    • CDXXVII.—DOMESTIC ECONOMY.
    • CDXXVIII.—AN EMPTY HEAD.
    • CDXXIX.—A BAD LABEL.
    • CDXXX.—"AYE! THERE'S THE RUB."
    • CDXXXI.—MORAL EQUALITY OF MAN.
    • CDXXXII.—A SILK GOWN.
    • CDXXXIII.—EPIGRAM BY A PLUCKED MAN.
    • CDXXXIV.—THE MEASURE OF A BRAIN.
    • CDXXXV.—FOOTE AND LORD TOWNSEND.
    • CDXXXVI.—UNREASONABLE.
    • CDXXXVII.—AN HONEST WARRANTY.
    • CDXXXVIII.—THE REASON WHY.
    • CDXXXIX.—BLOTTING IT OUT.
    • CDXL.—CLERICAL WIT.
    • CDXLI.—A NICE DISTINCTION.
    • CDXLII.—WIT AND QUACKERY.
    • CDXLIII.—WIT DEFINED.
    • CDXLIV.—A VAIN SEARCH.
    • CDXLV.—A BAD CUSTOMER.
    • CDXLVI.—A REFLECTION.
    • CDXLVII.—FOOTE.
    • CDXLVIII.—INQUEST EXTRAORDINARY.
    • CDXLIX.—A BASE ONE.
    • CDL.—PROFITABLE JUGGLING.
    • CDLI.—PICKPOCKETING.
    • CDLII.—DUNNING AND LORD THURLOW.
    • CDLIII.—AFFECTATION.
    • CDLIV.—WARM FRIENDSHIPS.
    • CDLV.—THEATRICAL MISTAKES.
    • CDLVI.—A BROKEN HEAD.
    • CDLVII.—CALEDONIAN COMFORT.
    • CDLVIII.—AN ODD FAMILY.
    • CDLIX.—A LAWYER'S OPINION OF LAW.
    • CDLX.—BEN JONSON.
    • CDLXI.—UNREMITTING KINDNESS.
    • CDLXII.—KEAN'S IMPROMPTU.
    • CDLXIII.—A TRUTH FOR THE LADIES.
    • CDLXIV.—A MARK OF RESPECT.
    • CDLXV.—A GRETNA CUSTOMER.
    • CDLXVI.—LEAVING HIS VERDICT.
    • CDLXVII.—OVER-WISE.
    • CDLXVIII.—IMPROMPTU.
    • CDLXIX.—INDEPENDENCE.
    • CDLXX.—ON PRIDE.
    • CDLXXI.—BLACK LETTER.
    • CDLXXII.—A HIATUS.
    • CDLXXIII.—A REASONABLE REQUEST.
    • CDLXXIV.—A STRIKING POINT.
    • CDLXXV.—VERY PRETTY.
    • CDLXXVI.—AN ODD BIRD.
    • CDLXXVII.—INQUESTS EXTRAORDINARY.
    • CDLXXVIII.—"I'VE DONE THE SAME THING OFTEN."
    • CDLXXIX.—CONFIDENCE.
    • CDLXXX.—THE CUT INFERNAL.
    • CDLXXXI.—FEELING HIS WAY.
    • CDLXXXII.—THE WILL.
    • CDLXXXIII.—INGENUOUSNESS.
    • CDLXXXIV.—A NEW SPORT.
    • CDLXXXV.—SYDNEY SMITH.
    • CDLXXXVI.—EPIGRAM ON THE DUKE OF ——'S CONSISTENCY.
    • CDLXXXVII.—A FAIR PROPOSAL.
    • CDLXXXVIII.—A DOUBTFUL CREED.
    • CDLXXXIX.—A SATISFACTORY TOTAL.
    • CDXC.—GOOD RIDDANCE.
    • CDXCI.—CALCULATION.
    • CDXCII.—GEORGE II. AND THE RECORDER.
    • CDXCIII.—SLEEPING ROUND.
    • CDXCIV.—AT HIS FINGERS' ENDS.
    • CDXCV.—NOT SO EASY.
    • CDXCVI.—A POINT.
    • CDXCVII.—THE REPUBLIC OF LEARNING.
    • CDXCVIII.—CHALLENGING A JURY.
    • CDXCIX.—WALPOLIANA.
    • D.—MINDING HIS BUSINESS.
    • DI.—PENCE TABLE.
    • DII.—SATISFACTION.
    • DIII.—A SAFE APPEAL.
    • DIV.—A CAUTIOUS LOVER.
    • DV.—THE SWORD AND THE SCABBARD.
    • DVI.—TOUCHING.
    • DVII.—THE COLLEGE BELL!
    • DVIII.—FRENCH LANGUAGE.
    • DIX.—EPIGRAM.
    • DX.—CERTAINLY NOT ASLEEP.
    • DXI.—ANTICIPATION.
    • DXII.—THE BEST JUDGE.
    • DXIII.—THE RIVALS.
    • DXIV.—DEAD LANGUAGE.
    • DXV.—WALPOLIANA.
    • DXVI.—A SLIGHT DIFFERENCE.
    • DXVII.—EPIGRAM.
    • DXVIII.—A NICE DISTINCTION.
    • DXIX.—LATE DINNER.
    • DXX.—AN OLD JOKE.
    • DXXI.—TIME WORKS WONDERS.
    • DXXII.—A NOVEL IDEA.
    • DXXIII.—THE SPIRIT AND THE LETTER.
    • DXXIV.—LOSING AN I.
    • DXXV.—DRIVING IT HOME.
    • DXXVI.—THE EMPTY GUN.
    • DXXVII.—A PIECE OF PLATE.
    • DXXVIII.—EPISCOPAL SAUCE.
    • DXXIX.—A GOOD CRITIC.
    • DXXX.—WILKES'S TERGIVERSATION.
    • DXXXI.—A SLIGHT ERUPTION.
    • DXXXII.—SMOKING AN M.P.
    • DXXXIII.—A TIMELY REPROOF.
    • DXXXIV.—REPROOF.
    • DXXXV.—A SATISFACTORY REASON.
    • DXXXVI.—THE TANNER; AN EPIGRAM.
    • DXXXVII.—AN ABSENT MAN.
    • DXXXVIII.—A DOUBLE KNOCK.
    • DXXXIX.—A PROPER RETORT.
    • DXL.—FORAGING.
    • DXLI.—ON JEKYLL NEARLY BEING THROWN DOWN BY A VERY SMALL PIG.
    • DXLII.—UNKIND.
    • DXLIII.—DEAN SWIFT AND KING WILLIAM.
    • DXLIV.—EPIGRAM.
    • DXLV.—ELOQUENT SILENCE.
    • DXLVI.—KEEPING A PROMISE.
    • DXLVII.—NAVAL ORATORY.
    • DXLVIII.—VERSE AND WORSE.
    • DXLIX.—THE IRON DUKE.
    • DL.—CLEAR THE COURT.
    • DLI—SCOTCH CAUTION.
    • DLII.—WALPOLIANA.
    • DLIII.—NOT POLITE.
    • DLIV.—EXTENUATING CIRCUMSTANCES.
    • DLV.—ON MR. HUSBAND'S MARRIAGE.
    • DLVI.—CONFIDENCE.
    • DLVII.—LADY ANNE.
    • DLVIII.—NICE LANGUAGE.
    • DLIX.—UNPOETICAL REPLY.
    • DLX.—IMITATION OF A COW.
    • DLXI.—TAKING HIS MEASURE.
    • DLXII.—THURLOW AND PITT.
    • DLXIII.—EPIGRAM.
    • DLXIV.—A HAPPY MAN.
    • DLXV.—VULGAR ARGUMENTS.
    • DLXVI.—A CLEAR CASE.
    • DLXVII.—THE LATIN FOR COLD.
    • DLXVIII.—PIECE DE RESISTANCE.
    • DLXIX.—LAMB AND ERSKINE.
    • DLXX.—TRUE WIT.
    • DLXXI.—ORDER! ORDER!
    • DLXXII.—THEATRICAL WIT.
    • DLXXIII.—THE CUT DIRECT.
    • DLXXIV.—BUSY BODIES.
    • DLXXV.—THE HOPEFUL PUPIL.
    • DLXXVI.—THE FORCE OF HABIT.
    • DLXXVII.—NOTICE TO QUIT.
    • DLXXVIII.—A LITERAL JOKE.
    • DLXXIX.—AN ARGUMENT.
    • DLXXX.—THE CANDLE AND LANTERN.
    • DLXXXI.—ONE HEAD BETTER THAN A DOZEN.
    • DLXXXII.—KEEPING A CONSCIENCE.
    • DLXXXIII.—DEBTOR AND CREDITOR.
    • DLXXXIV.—PORTMANTEAU v. TRUNK.
    • DLXXXV.—SEEING A CORONATION.
    • DLXXXVI.—HOOK'S POLITENESS.
    • DLXXXVII.—ON NAPOLEON'S STATUE AT Boulogne TURNED, BY DESIGN OR ACCIDENT, WITH ITS BACK TO ENGLAND.
    • DLXXXVIII.—OLD TIMES.
    • DLXXXIX.—AN ARCADIAN.
    • DXC.—JOHNSON AND MRS. SIDDONS.
    • DXCI.—ROWING IN THE SAME BOAT.
    • DXCII.—A GENUINE IRISH BULL.
    • DXCIII.—THE RULING PASSION.
    • DXCIV.—EPIGRAM.
    • DXCV.—SHAKESPEARE ILLUSTRATED.
    • DXCVI.—DEGENERACY.
    • DXCVII.—WORTHY OF CREDIT.
    • DXCVIII.—PAYING IN KIND.
    • DXCIX.—VERY SERIOUS.
    • DC.—THE LATE LORD AUDLEY.
    • DCI.—DELICATE HINT.
    • DCII.—A SCOTCH MEDIUM.
    • DCIII.—EPIGRAM.
    • DCIV.—PERFECT DISCONTENT.
    • DCV.—A BAD BARGAIN.
    • DCVI.—A PIOUS MINISTER.
    • DCVII.—STERNE.
    • DCVIII.—WHO'S THE FOOL?
    • DCIX.—COLD COMFORT.
    • DCX.—A GREAT DIFFERENCE.
    • DCXI.—OXFORD AND CAMBRIDGE ACTORS.
    • DCXII.—INQUEST—NOT EXTRAORDINARY.
    • DCXIII.—STRANGE JETSUM.
    • DCXIV.—THE TRUTH AT LAST.
    • DCXV.—A PILL GRATIS.
    • DCXVI.—RATHER HARD.
    • DCXVII.—SCOTCH PENETRATION.
    • DCXVIII.—A QUESTION OF TIME.
    • DCXIX.—EPIGRAM.
    • DCXX.—CONCURRENT EVENTS.
    • DCXXI.—A GOOD EXCUSE.
    • DCXXII.—SHORT AND SHARP.
    • DCXXIII.—IRELAND'S FORGERY.
    • DCXXIV.—A GOOD ONE.
    • DCXXV.—"WRITE ME DOWN AN ASS."
    • DCXXVI.—A WORD TO THE WISE.
    • DCXXVII.—LIBERAL GIFT.
    • DCXXVIII.—EASILY ANSWERED.
    • DCXXIX.—ON THE LATIN GERUNDS.
    • DCXXX.—DODGING A CREDITOR.
    • DCXXXI.—BAD HABIT.
    • DCXXXII.—WHO'S TO BLAME.
    • DCXXXIII.—THE LETTER H.
    • DCXXXIV.—TRUTH AND RHYME.
    • DCXXXV.—A GOOD TRANSLATION.
    • DCXXXVI.—MAD QUAKERS.
    • DCXXXVII.—BACON.
    • DCXXXVIII.—A LETTER WANTING.
    • DCXXXIX.—ADVICE TO THE YOUNG.
    • DCXL.—A PROMISE TO PAY.
    • DCXLI.—PUNCTUATION.
    • DCXLII.—CON-CIDER-ATE.
    • DCXLIII.—FEAR OF EDUCATING WOMEN.
    • DCXLIV.—A-LIQUID.
    • DCXLV.—TOP AND BOTTOM.
    • DCXLVI.—A SUGGESTIVE PRESENT.
    • DCXLVII.—A NEW DISGUISE.
    • DCXLVIII.—WET AND DRY.
    • DCXLIX.—RUM AND WATER.
    • DCL.—A BUDGET OF BLUNDERS.
    • DCLI.—IMPROMPTU.
    • DCLII.—WILKES AND A LIBERTY.
    • DCLIII.—A STRANGE OBJECTION.
    • DCLIV.—THE TIMIDITY OF BEAUTY.
    • DCLV.—MAKING A CLEARANCE.
    • DCLVI.—A SMART ONE-POUNDER.
    • DCLVII.—RESIGNATION.
    • DCLVIII.—DELPINI'S REMONSTRANCE.
    • DCLIX.—A PHONETIC JOKE.
    • DCLX.—PURE FOLKS.
    • DCLXI.—GOOD NEWS FOR THE CHANCELLOR.
    • DCLXII.—JUSTICE NOT ALWAYS BLIND.
    • DCLXIII.—KITCHENER AND COLMAN.
    • DCLXIV.—A SPARE MAN.
    • DCLXV.—A LONG BILL.
    • DCLXVI.—ROYAL PUN.
    • DCLXVII.—A COLORABLE RESEMBLANCE.
    • DCLXVIII.—SPRANGER BARRY.
    • DCLXIX.—BAD SPORT.
    • DCLXX.—MEASURE FOR MEASURE.
    • DCLXXI.—A PROBABILITY.
    • DCLXXII.—LEGAL ADULTERATION.
    • DCLXXIII.—VOX ET PRÆTEREA NIHIL.
    • DCLXXIV.—SALISBURY CATHEDRAL SPIRE.
    • DCLXXV.—AN ACT OF JUSTICE.
    • DCLXXVI.—LISTON'S DREAM.
    • DCLXXVII.—A VOLUMINOUS SPEAKER.
    • DCLXXVIII.—A SUGGESTIVE QUESTION.
    • DCLXXIX.—LOVE AND HYMEN.
    • DCLXXX.—PAR NOBILE FRATRUM.
    • DCLXXXI.—PLAIN LANGUAGE.
    • DCLXXXII.—A SETTLER.
    • DCLXXXIII.—CASH PAYMENTS.
    • DCLXXXIV.—LAWYER'S HOUSE.
    • DCLXXXV.—A REASONABLE DEMAND.
    • DCLXXXVI.—EBENEZER ADAMS.
    • DCLXXXVII.—ONE BITE AT A CHERRY.
    • DCLXXXVIII.—A FIG FOR THE GROCER!
    • DCLXXXIX.—STEAM-BOAT RACING.
    • DCXC.—GENTLY, JEMMY.
    • DCXCI.—WHAT'S IN A SYLLABLE?
    • DCXCII.—QUIET THEFT.
    • DCXCIII.—GOOD ADVICE.
    • DCXCIV.—CRITICISING A STATUE.
    • DCXCV.—A COMPARISON.
    • DCXCVI.—FATIGUE DUTY.
    • DCXCVII.—GLUTTONS AND EPICURES.
    • DCXCVIII.—A BAD END.
    • DCXCIX.—ON THE NAME OF KEOPALANI (QUEEN OF THE SANDWICH ISLANDS), WHICH SIGNIFIES "THE DROPPING OF THE CLOUDS FROM HEAVEN."
    • DCC.—ACCOMMODATING PRINCIPLES.
    • DCCI.—BOSWELL'S "LIFE OF JOHNSON."
    • DCCII.—VERY LIKE A WHALE.
    • DCCIII.—A NEW SIGN.
    • DCCIV.—FALSE QUANTITIES.
    • DCCV.—NOT TRUE.
    • DCCVI.—BETTING.
    • DCCVII.—FIRE AND WATER.
    • DCCVIII.—THE RAILROAD ENGINEER.
    • DCCIX.—THE SPECIFIC GRAVITY OF FOLLY.
    • DCCX.—EQUALITY.
    • DCCXI.—A CANDID COUNSEL.
    • DCCXII.—TRADE AGAINST LAND.
    • DCCXIII.—TRUE EVIDENCE.
    • DCCXIV.—DR. YOUNG.
    • DCCXV.—A YANKEE YARN.
    • DCCXVI.—SAVE US FROM OUR FRIENDS.
    • DCCXVII.—LOVE OF THE SEA.
    • DCCXVIII.—UNWELCOME AGREEMENT.
    • DCCXIX.—COOKE'S EXPLANATION OF THE FAMILY PLATE.
    • DCCXX.—A SPECIMEN OF UNIVERSITY ETIQUETTE.
    • DCCXXI.—A MEDICAL OPINION.
    • DCCXXII.—THE CAUSE.
    • DCCXXIII.—WHAT'S GOING ON?
    • DCCXXIV.—SNORING.
    • DCCXXV.—TWO MAKE A PAIR.
    • DCCXXVI.—ALMANAC-MAKERS.
    • DCCXXVII.—A BLACK JOKE.
    • DCCXXVIII.—EPIGRAM.
    • DCCXXIX.—EXAGGERATION.
    • DCCXXX.—WINNING A LOSS.
    • DCCXXXI.—ADVICE GRATIS.
    • DCCXXXII.—SHORT COMMONS.
    • CCXXXIII.—LICENSED TO KILL.
    • CXXXIV.—WILKES AND LIBERTY.
    • DCCXXXV.—A PAT REPLY.
    • DCCXXXVI.—LORD NORTH ASLEEP.
    • DCCXXXVII.—RATHER SAUCY.
    • DCCXXXVIII.—LONG STORY.
    • DCCXXXIX.—EUCLID REFUTED.
    • DCCXL.—BRED ON THE BOARDS.
    • DCCXLI.—ON THE DULNESS OF A DEBATE IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS.
    • DCCXLII.—PAINTING.
    • DCCXLIII.—OLD AGE.
    • DCCXLIV.—AN EFFORT OF MEMORY.
    • DCCXLV.—A READY RECKONER.
    • DCCXLVI.—A ROWLAND FOR AN OLIVER.
    • DCCXLVII.—TRUE POLITENESS.
    • DCCXLVIII.—A RAKE'S ECONOMY.
    • DCCXLIX.—EASILY SATISFIED.
    • DCCL.—PERT.
    • DCCLI.—A ROYAL MUFF.
    • DCCLII.—A BROAD HINT.
    • DCCLIII.—A TASTE OF MARRIAGE.
    • DCCLIV.—"THE LAST WAR."
    • DCCLV.—THE PHILANTHROPIST.
    • DCCLVI.—TOO MUCH OF A BAD THING.
    • DCCLVII—BAD COMPANY.
    • DCCLVIII.—EPIGRAM.
    • DCCLIX.—PAINTING.
    • DCCLX.—NIL NISI, ETC.
    • DCCLXI.—ODD FORESIGHT.
    • DCCLXII.—"THEREBY HANGS," ETC.
    • DCCLXIII.—GENERAL WOLFE.
    • DCCLXIV.—A QUESTION FOR THE PEERAGE.
    • DCCLXV.—A NOISE FOR NOTHING.
    • DCCLXVI.—SHORT MEASURE.
    • DCCLXVII.—DECANTING EXTRAORDINARY.
    • DCCLXVIII.—A DILEMMA.
    • DCCLXIX.—HOW TO MAKE A MAN OF CONSEQUENCE.
    • DCCLXX.—A CHEAP WATCH.
    • DCCLXXI.—SCOTCH WUT.
    • DCCLXXII.—ATTENDING TO A WISH.
    • DCCLXXIII.—A MECHANICAL SURGEON.
    • DCCLXXIV.—CANINE POETRY.
    • DCCLXXV.—FOOTIANA.
    • DCCLXXVI.—NIGHT AND MORNING.
    • DCCLXXVII.—FULL INSIDE.
    • DCCLXXVIII.—A SHORT JOURNEY.
    • DCCLXXIX.—A POSER BY LORD ELLENBOROUGH.
    • DCCLXXX.—EPIGRAM.
    • DCCLXXXI.—AN ARTISTIC TOUCH.
    • DCCLXXXII.—VALUE OF APPLAUSE.
    • DCCLXXXIII.—LITTLE TO GIVE.
    • DCCLXXXIV.—A GOOD SWIMMER.
    • DCCLXXXV.—NO PRIDE.
    • DCCLXXXVI.—LORD CLONMEL.
    • DCCLXXXVII.—QUEER PARTNERS.
    • DCCLXXXVIII.—CORRUPTLY INCORRUPTIBLE.
    • DCCLXXXIX.—EPIGRAM ON THE MARRIAGE OF A VERY THIN COUPLE.
    • DCCXC.—GOOD AUTHORITY.
    • DCCXCI.—LUXURIOUS SMOKING.
    • DCCXCII.—NO JUDGE.
    • DCCXCIII.—RELATIONS OF MANKIND.
    • DCCXCIV.—VERY TRUE.
    • DCCXCV.—EPIGRAM.
    • DCCXCVI.—DRINKING ALONE.
    • DCCXCVII.—A MUSICAL BLOW-UP.
    • DCCXCVIII.—READY-MADE WOOD PAVEMENT.
    • DCCXCIX.—PROPER DISTINCTION.
    • DCCC.—GRACEFUL EXCUSE.
    • DCCCI.—SLACK PAYMENT.
    • DCCCII.—WAY OF USING BOOKS.
    • DCCCIII.—PATRICK HENRY.
    • DCCCIV.—ROGERS—POET AND SKIPPER.
    • DCCCV.—OUR ENGLISH LOVE OF DINNERS.
    • DCCCVI.—EPIGRAM.
    • DCCCVII.—REFORMATION.
    • DCCCVIII.—THE JEST OF ANCESTRY.
    • DCCCIX.—EQUAL TO NOTHING.
    • DCCCX.—FAMILIARITY.
    • DCCCXI.—EXTRAORDINARY COMPROMISE.
    • DCCCXII.—MAC READY TO CALL.
    • DCCCXIII.—EPIGRAM.
    • DCCCXIV.—LOOK-A-HEAD.
    • DCCCXV.—THE BIRTH OF A PRINCE.
    • DCCCXVI.—SETTING HIM UP TO KNOCK HIM DOWN.
    • DCCCXVII.—BRIEF CORRESPONDENCE.
    • DCCCXVIII.—MAN-TRAPS.
    • DCCCXIX.—A COLORABLE EXCUSE.
    • DCCCXX.—CONSISTENCY.
    • DCCCXXI.—A WONDERFUL CURE.
    • DCCCXXII.—AN ACCOMMODATING PHYSICIAN.
    • DCCCXXIII.—CHOICE SPIRITS.
    • DCCCXXIV.—AN EXPLANATION.
    • DCCCXXV.—IMPROMPTU BY R.B. SHERIDAN.
    • DCCCXXVI.—LAW AND PHYSIC.
    • DCCCXXVII.—IMPROMPTU.
    • DCCCXXVIII.—NOTIONS OF HAPPINESS.
    • DCCCXXIX.—A FORGETFUL MAN.
    • DCCCXXX.—REPUTATION.
    • DCCCXXXI.—AN UNFORTUNATE LOVER.
    • DCCCXXXII.—EPIGRAM.
    • DCCCXXXIII.—A BAD LOT.
    • DCCCXXXIV.—FILIAL AFFECTION.
    • DCCCXXXV.—LEG WIT.
    • DCCCXXXVI.—EPIGRAM ON DR. GLYNN'S BEAUTY.
    • DCCCXXXVII.—A SINECURE.
    • DCCCXXXVIII.—A GOOD JAIL DELIVERY.
    • DCCCXXXIX.—WHERE IS THE AUDIENCE?
    • DCCCXL.—KNOWING BEST.
    • DCCCXLI.—AGRICULTURAL EXPERIENCES.
    • DCCCXLII.—PARLIAMENTARY REPRIMAND.
    • DCCCXLIII.—A STOP WATCH.
    • DCCCXLIV.—SIR ANTHONY MALONE.
    • DCCCXLV.—THE ORATORS.
    • DCCCXLVI.—MODERN ACTING.
    • DCCCXLVII.—FEW FRIENDS.
    • DCCCXLVIII.—DIFFIDENCE.
    • DCCCXLIX.—"ESSAY ON MAN."
    • DCCCL.—IN-DOOR RELIEF.
    • DCCCLI.—HIGHLAND POLITENESS.
    • DCCCLII.—AN ODD QUESTION.
    • DCCCLIII.—NOT INSURED AGAINST FIRE.
    • DCCCLIV.—NATURAL GRIEF.
    • DCCCLV.—A PROVERB REVERSED.
    • DCCCLVI.—A CLOSE ESCAPE.
    • DCCCLVII.—A HARD HIT.
    • DCCCLVIII.—THE TIME OUT OF JOINT.
    • DCCCLIX.—MONEY'S WORTH.
    • DCCCLX.—HIS WAY—OUT.
    • DCCCLXI.—A GROWL.
    • DCCCLXII.—A MODERN SCULPTOR.
    • DCCCLXIII.—A DIFFICULT TASK.
    • DCCCLXIV.—THE GOUTY SHOE.
    • DCCCLXV.—A LUSUS NATURÆ.
    • DCCCLXVI.—A CASE OF NECESSITY.
    • DCCCLXVII.—SPECIES AND SPECIE.
    • DCCCLXVIII.—DR. JOHNSON.
    • DCCCLXIX.—THE POET FOILED.
    • DCCCLXX.—A COMEDIAN AND A LAWYER.
    • DCCCLXXI.—VICE VERSA.
    • DCCCLXXII.—NOTHING PERSONAL.
    • DCCCLXXIII.—A HINT FOR GENEALOGISTS.
    • DCCCLXXIV.—A MISTAKE.
    • DCCCLXXV.—AN IMPOSSIBLE RENUNCIATION.
    • DCCCLXXVI.—THE HUMANE SOCIETY AT AN EVENING PARTY.
    • DCCCLXXVII.—A PROUD HEART.
    • DCCCLXXVIII.—SENT HOME FREE.
    • DCCCLXXIX.—CHARLES II. AND MILTON.
    • DCCCLXXX.—WHOSE?
    • DCCCLXXXI.—"PUPPIES NEVER SEE TILL THEY ARE NINE DAYS OLD."
    • DCCCLXXXII.—EPIGRAM.
    • DCCCLXXXIII.—CONFIDENCE—TAKEN FROM THE FRENCH.
    • DCCCLXXXIV.—BETTER KNOWN THAN TRUSTED.
    • DCCCLXXXV.—WILL AND THE WAY.
    • DCCCLXXXVI.—A REASONABLE EXCUSE.
    • DCCCLXXXVII.—BEWICK, THE ENGRAVER.
    • DCCCLXXXVIII.—SUMMARY DECISION.
    • DCCCLXXXIX.—A DISAPPOINTING SUBSCRIBER.
    • DCCCXC.—HABEAS CORPUS ACT.
    • DCCCXCI.—A RUNAWAY KNOCK.
    • DCCCXCII.—COMMON POLITENESS.
    • DCCCXCIII.—THE WHEEL OF FORTUNE.
    • DCCCXCIV.—A SOPORIFIC.
    • DCCCXCV.—CHARITABLE WIT.
    • DCCCXCVI.—USE IS SECOND NATURE.
    • DCCCXCVII.—EPIGRAM.
    • DCCCXCVIII.—LIQUID REMEDY FOR BALDNESS.
    • DCCCXCIX.—AN INGENIOUS DEVICE.
    • CM.—THE REBEL LORDS.
    • CMI.—A CHANGE FOR THE BETTER.
    • CMII.—THE DIRECT ROAD.
    • CMIII.—A SUGGESTIVE PAIR OF GRAYS.
    • CMIV.—DR. JOHNSON'S OPINION OF MRS. SIDDONS.
    • CMV.—A GOOD NEIGHBOR.
    • CMVI.—AN EQUIVOCATION.
    • CMVII.—A WISE FOOL.
    • CMVIII.—ON A BALD HEAD.
    • CMIX.—LIE FOR LIE.
    • CMX.—A MAN WITHOUT A RIVAL.
    • CMXI.—ADVICE TO A DRAMATIST.
    • CMXII.—GARRICK AND FOOTE.
    • CMXIII.—NOTHING TO LAUGH AT.
    • CMXIV.—QUITE AGROUND.
    • CMXV.—A JUDGE IN A FOG.
    • CMXVI.—THE LETTER H.
    • CMXVII.—ONLY ENOUGH FOR ONE.
    • CMXVIII.—"THE RULING PASSION STRONG IN DEATH."
    • CMXIX.—EPIGRAM.
    • CMXX.—CUP AND SAUCER.
    • CMXXI.—A NEW READING.
    • CMXXII.—CONCEITED, BUT NOT SEATED.
    • CMXXIII.—STRANGE VESPERS.
    • CMXXIV.—A TRANSFORMATION SCENE.
    • CMXXV.—AN ACCEPTABLE DEPRIVATION.
    • CMXXVI.—ACCURATE DESCRIPTION.
    • CMXXVII.—SOLOMON'S TEMPLE.
    • CMXXVIII.—THE STAFFORDSHIRE COLLIERIES.
    • CMXXIX.—A POSER.
    • CMXXX.—MINDING HIS CUE.
    • CMXXXI.—EPIGRAM.
    • CMXXXII.—LATE AND EARLY.
    • CMXXXIII.—FAIR PLAY.
    • CMXXXIV.—SOMETHING LACKING.
    • CMXXXV.—THE HONEST MAN'S LITANY.
    • CMXXXVI.—THREE DEGREES OF COMPARISON.
    • CMXXXVII.—MEN OF LETTERS.
    • CMXXXVIII.—ELEGANT RETORT.
    • CMXXXIX.—SNUG LYING.
    • CMXL.—A PROPER ANSWER.
    • CMXLI.—GOOD HEARING.
    • CMXLII.—AN UNCONSCIOUS POSTSCRIPT.
    • CMXLIII.—HOAXING AN AUDIENCE.
    • CMXLIV.—THE SEASON-INGS.
    • CMXLV.—NOT AT HOME.
    • CMXLVI.—LINCOLN'S-INN DINNERS.
    • CMXLVII.—WHY ARE WOMEN BEARDLESS?
    • CMXLVIII.—COOL RETORT.
    • CMXLIX.—LYING.
    • CML.—PERTINENT INQUIRY.
    • CMLI.—A POLITE REBUKE.
    • CMLII.—A CERTAIN CROP.
    • CMLIII.—GOOD ADVICE.
    • CMLIV.—MR. THELWALL.
    • CMLV.—CHEAP AT THE MONEY.
    • CMLVI.—A QUERY FOR MR. BABBAGE.
    • CMLVII.—A BACK-HANDED HIT.
    • CMLVIII.—THINGS BY THEIR RIGHT NAMES.
    • CMLIX.—A FAVORITE AIR.
    • CMLX.—A GOOD JOKE.
    • CMLXI.—ONE THING AT A TIME.
    • CMLXII.—TROPHIES.
    • CMLXIII.—"BRIEF LET IT BE."
    • CMLXIV.—GOOD ADVICE.
    • CMLXV.—EXPECTORATION.
    • CMLXVI.—A COAT-OF-ARMS.
    • CMLXVII.—DR. SIMS.
    • CMLXVIII.—MARRIAGE.
    • CMLXIX.—BENEFIT OF COMPETITION.
    • CMLXX.—INDUSTRY AND PERSEVERANCE.
    • CMLXXI.—QUANTUM SUFF.
    • CMLXXII.—LAMB AND SHARP SAUCE.
    • CMLXXIII.—AN IRISHMAN'S PLEA.
    • CMLXXIV.—ACCOMMODATING.
    • CMLXXV.—GENEROSITY AND PRUDENCE.
    • CMLXXVI.—ODD REASON.
    • CMLXXVII.—VERY EVIDENT.
    • CMLXXVIII.—OMINOUS, VERY!
    • CMLXXIX.—A REVERSE.
    • CMLXXX.—ON AN M.P. WHO RECENTLY GOT HIS ELECTION AT THE SACRIFICE OF HIS POLITICAL CHARACTER.
    • CMLXXXI.—MUSICAL TASTE.
    • CMLXXXII.—LINGUAL INFECTION.
    • CMLXXXIII.—PORSON versus DR. JOWETT.
    • CMLXXXIV.—BREVITY OF CHARITY.
    • CMLXXXV.—HIGH GAMING.
    • CMLXXXVI.—HARD OF DIGESTION.
    • CMLXXXVII.—A MONSTER.
    • CMLXXXVIII.—SAILOR'S WEDDING.
    • CMLXXXIX.—QUID PRO QUO.
    • CMXC.—THE TRUTH BY ACCIDENT.
    • CMXCI.—ENCOURAGEMENT.
    • CMXCII.—FALSE ESTIMATE.
    • CMXCIII.—AMERICAN PENANCE.
    • CMXCIV.—A MONEY-LENDER.
    • CMXCV.—A BAD MEDIUM.
    • CMXCVI.—TAKING A HINT.
    • CMXCVII.—SWEARING THE PEACE.
    • CMXCVIII.—THE RULING PASSION.
    • CMXCIX.—A SANITARY AIR.
    • M.—GRAFTING.
    • MI.—A SHORT CREED.
    • MII.—IN THE DARK.
    • MIII.—NOT TO BE TEMPTED.
    • MIV.—QUITE POETICAL.
    • MV.—CORPORATION POLITENESS.
    • MVI.—A COMMON WANT.
    • MVII.—LARGE, BUT NOT LARGE ENOUGH.
    • MVIII.—HENRY ERSKINE.
    • MIX.—EPITAPH ON A MISER.
    • MX.—SMART REPLY.
    • MXI.—CALUMNY.
    • MXII.—LOVE.
    • MXIII.—ANY CHANGE FOR THE BETTER.
    • MXIV.—TOO FAST.
    • MXV.—A REVERSE JOKE.
    • MXVI.—A TRANSPORTING SUBJECT.
    • MXVII.—HARD-WARE.
    • MXVIII.—PAINTING AND MEDICINE.
    • MXIX.—DOGMATISM
    • MXX.—SALAD.
    • MXXI.—ACTOR.
    • MXXII.—EPIGRAM.
    • MXXIII.—CANDID ON BOTH SIDES.
    • MXXIV.—CARROTS CLASSICALLY CONSIDERED.
    • MXXV.—DOING HOMAGE.
    • MXXVI.—SYDNEY SMITH SOPORIFIC.
    • MXXVII.—EPIGRAM.
    • MXXVIII.—GOOD AT A PINCH.
    • MXXIX.—EPIGRAM.
    • MXXX.—WILKES'S READY REPLY.
    • MXXXI.—TOO GRATEFUL.
    • MXXXII.—THE POETS TO CERTAIN CRITICS.
    • MXXXIII.—ODD HOUSEKEEPING.
    • MXXXIV.—TELLING ONE'S AGE.
    • MXXXV.—POT VALIANT.
    • MXXXVI.—CAUSE AND EFFECT.
    • MXXXVII.—A BAD PREACHER.
    • MXXXVIII.—ON ROGERS THE POET, WHO WAS EGOTISTICAL.
    • MXXXIX.—A POSER.
    • MXL.—A QUIET DOSE.
    • MXLI.—THE DANCING PRELATES.
    • MXLII.—AURICULAR CONFESSION.
    • MXLIII.—A DRY FELLOW.
    • MAXILLA.—GOOD EVIDENCE.
    • AXLE.—EPITAPH UPON PETER STAGGS.
    • MXLVI.—QUIN AND THE PARSON.
    • MXLVII.—NATURAL ANTIPATHY.
    • MXLVIII.—NOT NECESSARY.
    • MXLIX.—ASSURANCE AND INSURANCE.
    • ML.—CROMWELL.
    • MLI.—BILL PAID IN FULL.
    • MLII.—WOMEN.
    • MLIII.—THE DEVIL'S OWN.
    • MLIV.—WHIST-PLAYING.
    • MLV.—A CRUEL CASE.
    • MLVI.—ON SHELLEY'S POEM, "PROMETHEUS UNBOUND."
    • MLVII.—WRITING TREASON.
    • MLVIII.—A GRACEFUL ILLUSTRATION.
    • MLIX.—IMPROMPTU.
    • MLX.—IN THE BACKGROUND.
    • MLXI.—IN WANT OF A HUSBAND.
    • MLXII.—THREE ENDS TO A ROPE.
    • MLXIII.—THE REASON WHY.
    • MLXIV.—PERSONALITIES OF GARRICK AND QUIN.
    • MLXV.—BARK AND BITE.
    • MLXVI.—A PRESSING REASON.
    • MLXVII.—SMALL WIT.
    • MLXVIII.—EPIGRAM ON A STUDENT BEING PUT OUT OF COMMONS FOR MISSING CHAPEL.
    • MLXIX.—MAKING PROGRESS.
    • MLXX.—THE WOOLSACK.
    • MLXXI.—SIR THOMAS COULSON.
    • MLXXII.—THROW PHYSIC TO THE DOGS!
    • MLXXIII.—MOTHERLY REMARK.
    • MLXXIV.—TOO GOOD.
    • MLXXV.—A BALANCE.
    • MLXXVI.—MONEY'S WORTH.
    • MLXXVII.—ON MR. GULLY BEING RETURNED M.P. FOR PONTEFRACT.
    • MLXXVIII.—WRITING FOR THE STAGE.
    • MLXXIX.—A COMPARISON.
    • MLXXX.—GAMBLING.
    • MLXXXI.—SWEEPS.
    • MLXXXII.—SELF-CONCEIT.
    • MLXXXIII.—JAMES SMITH AND JUSTICE HOLROYD.
    • MLXXXIV.—A GOOD INVESTMENT.
    • MLXXXV.—THE AGED YOUNG LADY.
    • MLXXXVI—KEEPING TIME.
    • MLXXXVII.—ENTERING THE LISTS.
    • MLXXXVIII.—NOT IMPORTUNATE.
    • MLXXXIX.—WITTY COWARD.
    • MXC.—PRIORITY.
    • MXCI.—SHOULD NOT SILENCE GIVE CONSENT?
    • MXCII.—CHARACTERISTICS.
    • MXCIII.—AN ERROR CORRECTED.
    • MXCIV.—A MYSTERY CLEARED UP.
    • MXCV.—BRAHAM AND KENNEY.
    • MXCVI.—HOW TO ESCAPE TAXATION.
    • MXCVII.—A BED OF—WHERE?
    • MXCVIII.—ENVY.
    • MXCIX.—A SLIGHT DIFFERENCE.
    • MC.—MORE HONORED IN THE BREACH.
    • MCI.—"YOU'LL GET THERE BEFORE I CAN TELL YOU."
    • MCII.—ON MR. MILTON, THE LIVERY STABLE-KEEPER.
    • MCIII.—A LONG RESIDENCE.
    • MCIV.—SPARE THE ROD.
    • MCV.—POLITICAL SINECURE.
    • MCVI.—EPIGRAM ON A PETIT-MAÎTRE PHYSICIAN.
    • MCVII.—DAMPED ARDOR.
    • MCVIII.—ELLISTON AND GEORGE IV.
    • MCIX.—TRUTH AND FICTION.
    • MCX.—A REASONABLE REFUSAL.
    • MCXI.—LORD NORTH'S DROLLERY.
    • MCXII.—INCAPACITY.
    • MCXIII.—EPIGRAM.
    • MCXIV.—VALUE OF NOTHING.
    • MCXV.—THE RIGHT ORGAN.
    • MCXVI.—MIND YOUR POINTS.
    • MCXVII.—REASONS FOR DRINKING.
    • MCXVIII.—NO MATTER WHAT COLOR.
    • MCXIX.—AN ODD OCCURRENCE.
    • MCXX.—A DANGEROUS GENERALIZATION.
    • MCXXI.—NOSCE TE IPSUM.
    • MCXXII.—VERA CANNIE.
    • MCXXIII.—TIMELY AID.
    • MCXXIV.—WHIST.
    • MCXXV.—HENRY ERSKINE.
    • MCXXVI.—THE ABBEY CHURCH AT BATH.
    • MCXXVII.—TOO MUCH AND TOO LITTLE.
    • MCXXVIII.—SHARP, IF NOT PLEASANT.
    • MCXXIX.—AN EAST INDIAN CHAPLAINCY.
    • MCXXX.—CONSTANCY.
    • MCXXXI.—EPIGRAM.
    • MCXXXII.—SPEAKING OF SAUSAGES.
    • MCXXXIII.—BRINGING HIS MAN DOWN.
    • MCXXXIV.—A PERFECT BORE.
    • MCXXXV.—TOO CIVIL BY HALF.
    • MCXXXVI.—"OUR LANDLADY."
    • MCXXXVII.—THE CHURCH IN THE WAY.
    • MCXXXVIII.—SAVING TIME.
    • MCXXXIX.—THE YOUNG IDEA.
    • MCXL.—EPIGRAM.
    • MCXLI.—EPITAPHS.
    • MCXLII.—NATIONAL PREJUDICE.
    • MCXLIII.—GRANDILOQUENCE.
    • MCXLIV.—THE LETTER C.
    • MCXLV.—PRACTICAL RETORT.
    • MCXLVI.—AN AGREEABLE PRACTICE.
    • MCXLVII.—A REASON FOR RUNNING AWAY.
    • MCXLVIII.—LEGAL EXTRAVAGANCE.
    • MCXLIX.—A CLAIM ON THE COUNTRY.
    • MCL.—PLAIN SPEAKING.
    • MCLL.—THE PLURAL NUMBER.
    • MCLII.—MAULE-PRACTICE.
    • MCLIII.—VERY LIKELY.
    • MCLIV.—MUCH ALIKE.
    • MCLV.—A GOOD WIFE.
    • MCLVI.—WELLINGTON SURPRISED.
    • MCLVII.—TOO CLEVER.
    • MCLVIII.—A LIGHT JOKE.
    • MCLIX.—A REBUKE.
    • MCLX.—A MODEL PHILANTHROPIST.
    • MCLXI.—GREAT CABBAGE.
    • MCLXII.—TRUE AND FALSE.
    • MCLXIII.—NOT QUITE CORRECT.
    • MCLXIV.—A FOOL CONFIRMED.
    • MCLXV.—PLEASANT.
    • MCLXVI.—ALERE FLAMMAN.
    • MCLXVII.—ORATORY.
    • MCLXVIII.—SOLDIERS' WIVES.
    • MCLXIX.—NO JOKE.
    • MCLXX.—A GOOD LIKENESS.
    • MCLXXI.—CUTTING AN ACQUAINTANCE.
    • MCLXXII.—VERY SHOCKING, IF TRUE.
    • MCLXXIII.—IMPOSSIBLE IN THE EVENING.
    • MCLXXIV.—A GOOD APPETITE.
    • MCLXXV.—SHORT-SIGHTED.
    • MCLXXVI.—AN ADVANTAGEOUS TITHE.
    • MCLXXVI I.—TRUTH versus POLITENESS.
    • MCLXXVIII.—A NEW VIEW.
    • MCLXXIX.—THE ONE-SPUR HORSEMAN.
    • MCLXXX.—A PHILOSOPHICAL REASON.
    • MCLXXXI.—A PLAY UPON WORDS.
    • MCLXXXII.—JEMMY GORDON.
    • MCLXXXIII.—SETTING UP AND SITTING DOWN.
    • MCLXXXIV.—A SETTLED POINT.
    • MCLXXXV.—JOLLY COMPANIONS.
    • MCLXXXVI.—PAYING IN KIND.
    • MCLXXXVII.—A FULL HOUSE.
    • MCLXXXVIII.—RATHER THE WORST HALF.
    • MCLXXXIX.—FORCE OF HABIT.
    • MCXC.—A WONDERFUL SIGHT.
    • MCXCI.—BURKE AND FOX.
    • MCXCII.—TRYING TO THE TEMPER.
    • MCXCIII.—HAVING A CALL.
    • MCXCIV.—A WILL AND AWAY.
    • MCXCV.—A WINDY MINISTER.
    • MCXCVI.—READY RECKONER.
    • MCXCVII.—A "DISTANT" FRIEND.
    • MCXCVIII.—TYPOGRAPHICAL WIT.
    • MCXCIX.—A NAMELESS MAN.
    • MCC.—AN INSURMOUNTABLE DIFFICULTY.
    • MCCI.—NON COMPOS.
    • MCCII.—TOO LIBERAL.
    • MCCIII.—A LITTLE RAIN.
    • MCCIV.—TRUE DIGNITY.
    • MCCV.—HOW TO GET RID OF AN ENEMY.
    • MCCVI.—SEVERE.
    • MCCVII.—NO SACRIFICE.
    • MCCVIII.—SHARP BOY.
    • MCCIX.—EARLY BIRDS OF PREY.
    • MCCX.—JUDGMENT.
    • MCCXI.—ON A LADY WHO WAS PAINTED.
    • MCCXII.—RATHER A-CURATE.
    • MCCXIII.—MONEY'S WORTH.
    • MCCXIV.—THE RICHMOND HOAX.
    • MCCX.V.—LORD CHATHAM.
    • MCCXVI.—"I CAN GET THROUGH."
    • MCCXVII.—MAKING FREE.
    • MCCXVIII.—FICTION AND TRUTH.
    • MCCXIX.—A TAVERN DINNER.
    • MCCXX.—A FULL STOP.
    • MCCXXI.—FAT AND LEAN.
    • MCCXXII.—SELF-CONDEMNATION.
    • MCCXXIII.—NICKNAMES.
    • MCCXXIV.—A CALCULATION.
    • MCCXXV.—ON THE PRICE OF ADMISSION TO SEE THE MAMMOTH HORSE.
    • MCCXXVI.—NOTHING BUT HEBREW.
    • MCCXXVII.—A GOOD RECOMMENDATION.
    • MCCXXVIII.—QUID PRO QUO.
    • MCCXXIX.—SERVANTS.
    • MCCXXX.—PLAIN ENOUGH.
    • MCCXXXI.—A POSER.
    • MCCXXXII.—TRUE CRITICISM.
    • MCCXXXIII.—ORIGIN OF THE TERM GROG.
    • MCCXXXIV.—WELL SAID.
    • MCCXXXV.—SLEEPING AT CHURCH.
    • MCCXXXVI.—SHERIDAN CONVIVIAL.
    • MCCXXXVII.—THE WORST OF TWO EVILS.
    • MCCXXXVIII.—QUID PRO QUO.
    • MCCXXXIX.—CREDIT.
    • MCCXL.—SEEING NOT BELIEVING.
    • MCCXLI.—SPIRIT OF A GAMBLER.
    • MCCXLII.—BURKE'S TEDIOUSNESS.
    • MCCXLIII.—VERY LIKE EACH OTHER.
    • MCCXLIV.—FORTUNATE STARS.
    • MCCXLV.—A NEW READING.
    • MCCXLVI.—QUITE AT EASE.
    • MCCXLVII.—CHARLES, DUKE OF NORFOLK.
    • MCCXLVIII.—CLEARING EMIGRANTS.
    • MCCXLIX.—PARLIAMENTARY CASE.
    • MCCL.—OUTLINE OF AN AMBASSADOR.
    • MCCLI.—NATURE AND ART.
    • MCCLII.—A COMPARISON.
    • MCCLIII.—THE SNUFF-BOX.
    • MCCLIV.—NOT SICK ENOUGH FOR THAT.
    • MCCLV.—A SEASONABLE JOKE.
    • MCCLVI.—GETTING A LIVING.
    • MCCLVII.—GOOD EYES.
    • MCCLVIII.—INDIFFERENCE TO LIFE.
    • MCCLIX.—A LAST RESOURCE.
    • MCCLX.—A DULL MAN.
    • MCCLXI.—WHITE TEETH.
    • MCCLXII.—A PLEASANT PARTNER.
    • MCCLXIII.—TWO CARRIAGES.
    • MCCLXIV.—EXCUSABLE FEAR.
    • MCCLXV.—COLERIDGE AND THELWALL.
    • MCCLXVI.—A FLASH OF WIT.
    • MCCLXVII.—LOST AND FOUND.
    • MCCLXVIII.—A MILITARY AXIOM.
    • MCCLXIX.—A FORCIBLE ARGUMENT.
    • MCCLXX.—NOT TO BE DONE BROWN.
    • MCCLXXI.—AN ODD NOTION.
    • MCCLXXII.—A SURE TAKE.
    • MCCLXXIII.—MR. TIERNEY'S HUMOR.
    • MCCLXXIV.—DIFFERENCE OF OPINION.
    • MCCLXXV.—ORTHOGRAPHY.
    • MCCLXXVI.—A SHORT JOURNEY.
    • MCCLXXVII.—LORD HOWE.
    • MCCLXXVIII.—RATHER ETHEREAL.
    • MCCLXXIX.—HENRY VIII.
    • MCCLXXX.—MELODRAMATIC HIT.
    • MCCLXXXI.—A LONG ILLNESS.
    • MCCLXXXII.—DIALOGUE IN THE WESTERN ISLANDS OF SCOTLAND.
    • MCCLXXXIII.—WHAT'S IN A NAME?
    • MCCLXXXIV.—TILLOTSON.
    • MCCLXXXV.—IMPORTANT TO BACHELORS.
    • MCCLXXXVI.—CHIN-SURVEYING.
    • MCCLXXXVII.—CHANGING HATS.
    • MCCLXXXVIII.—POWDER WITHOUT BALL.
    • MCCLXXXIX.—POPE'S LAST ILLNESS.
    • MCCXC.—OPPOSITE TEMPERS.
    • MCCXCI.—A CONJUGAL CONCLUSION.
    • MCCXCII.—A QUEER EXPRESSION.
    • MCCXCIII.—AN IRISHMAN'S NOTION OF DISCOUNT.
    • MCCXCIV.—A PARTICIPATION IN A PRACTICAL JOKE.
    • MCCXCV.—INGRATITUDE.
    • MCCXCVI.—A PREFIX.
    • MCCXCVII.—A GOOD MIXTURE.
    • MCCXCVIII.—SIR WALTER SCOTT'S PARRITCH-PAN.
    • MCCXCIX.—HORNE TOOKE AND WILKES.
    • MCCC.—A LITERARY RENDERING.
    • MCCCI.—TEMPERANCE CRUETS.
    • MCCCII.—DR GLYNN'S RECEIPT FOR DRESSING A CUCUMBER.
    • MCCCIII.—"WHAT'S A HAT WITHOUT A HEAD?"
    • MCCCIV.—SEVERE REBUKE.
    • MCCCV.—HORSES TO GRASS.
    • MCCCVI.—INADVERTENCE AND EPICURISM.
    • MCCCVII.—VERY TRUE.
    • MCCCVIII.—A JEW'S EYE TO BUSINESS.
    • MCCCIX.—ST. PETER A BACHELOR.
    • MCCCX.—TRUE OF BOTH.
    • MCCCXI.—A POSER.
    • MCCCXII.—VERY APPROPRIATE.
    • MCCCXIII.—A BAD JUDGE.
    • MCCCXIV.—WHITE HANDS.
    • MCCCXV.—TRUE TO THE LETTER.
    • MCCCXVI.—SIR WALTER SCOTT AND CONSTABLE.
    • MCCCXVII.—TRUE PHILOSOPHY.
    • MCCCXVIII.—ANSWERED AT ONCE.
    • MCCCXIX.—A DEADLY WEAPON.
    • MCCCXX.—EQUALITY OF THE LAW.
    • MCCCXXI.—OPEN CONFESSION.
    • MCCCXXII.—QUITE PROFESSIONAL.
    • MCCCXXIII.—ON DR. LETTSOM.
    • MCCCXXIV.—EQUITABLE LAW.
    • MCCCXXV.—IRISH AND SCOTCH LOYALTY.
    • MCCCXXVI.—RUNNING ACCOUNTS.
    • MCCCXXVII.—ON BLOOMFIELD, THE POET.
    • MCCCXXVIII.—SCOTCHMAN AND HIGHWAYMEN.
    • MCCCXXIX.—IRISH IMPRUDENCE.
    • MCCCXXX.—THE PIGS AND THE SILVER SPOON.
    • MCCCXXXI.—A FALSE FACE TRUE.
    • MCCCXXXII.—A CONSIDERATE MAYOR.
    • MCCCXXXIII.—THE SAFE SIDE.
    • MCCCXXXIV.—VISIBLY LOSING.
    • MCCCXXXV.—REASON FOR THICK ANKLES.
    • MCCCXXXVI.—ERASMUS VERSUS LUTHER.
    • MCCCXXXVII.—SOMETHING TO BE PROUD OF.
    • MCCCXXXVIII.—FAIRLY WON.
    • MCCCXXXIX.—A FORTUNATE EXPEDIENT.
    • MCCCXL.—ON THE FOUR GEORGES.
    • MCCCXLI.—WHAT EVERYBODY DOES.
    • MCCCXLII.—WHAT IS AN ARCHDEACON?
    • MCCCXLIII.—"ON MR. PITT'S BEING PELTED BY THE MOB, ON LORD MAYOR'S DAY, 1787."
    • MCCCXLIV.—LATIMER.
    • MCCCXLV.—EXCUSE FOR COWARDICE.
    • MCCCXLVI.—A NEW IDEA.
    • MCCCXLVII—THE POOR CURATE.
    • MCCCXLVIII.—NEIGHBORLY POLITENESS.
    • MCCCXLIX.—A HEAVY WEIGHT.
    • MCCCL.—A SYLLABIC DIFFERENCE.
    • MCCCLI.—"SINKING" THE WELL.
    • MCCCLII.—ON A GENTLEMAN NAMED HEDDY.
    • MCCCLIII.—THE WAY TO KEW.
    • MCCCLIV.—ABOVE PROOF.
    • MCCCLV.—AWKWARD ORTHOGRAPHY.
    • MCCCLVI.—MISS WILBERFORCE.
    • MCCCLVII.—WRITTEN ON THE UNION, 1801, BY A BARRISTER OF DUBLIN.
    • MCCCLVIII.—A COOL PROPOSITION.
    • MCCCLIX.—A PROPER NAME.
    • MCCCLX.—THE GRANDSON.
    • MCCCLXI.—AN UNANSWERABLE ARGUMENT.
    • MCCCLXII.—TO LADY, MOUNT E——, ON THE DEATH OF A FAVORITE PIG.
    • MCCCLXIII.—NATURAL.
    • MCCCLXIV.—BROTHERLY LOVE.
    • MCCCLXV.—A DISTRESSFUL DENOUEMENT.
    • MCCCLXVI.—CONSERVATIVE LOGIC.
    • MCCCLXVII.—THE BEST WINE.
    • MCCCLXVIII.—A VALUABLE BEAVER.
    • MCCCLXIX.—SOMETHING TO POCKET.
    • MCCCLXX.—UP AND DOWN.
    • MCCCLXXI.—A POOR SUBSTITUTE.
    • MCCCLXXII.—OUT OF SPIRITS.
    • MCCCLXXIII.—GOOD AT THE HALT.
    • MCCCLXXIV.—AN EASY WAY.
    • MCCCLXXV.—ERUDITE.
    • MCCCLXXVI.—VERY EASY.
    • MCCCLXXVII.—A WINNER AT CARDS.
    • MCCCLXXVIII.—EPIGRAM.
    • MCCCLXXIX.—AN INCONVENIENT BREAK DOWN.
    • MCCCLXXX.—SMALL TALK.
    • MCCCLXXXI.—RATHER FEROCIOUS.
    • MCCCLXXXII.—ONLY FOR LIFE.
    • MCCCLXXXIII.—AN OUTLINE.
    • MCCCLXXXIV.—ON SIR WALTER SCOTT'S POEM OF WATERLOO.
    • MCCCLXXXV.—UGLY TRADES.
    • MCCCLXXXVI.—A GOOD CHARACTER.
    • MCCCLXXXVII.—SENSIBILITY.
    • MCCCLXXXVIII.—PATIENCE.
    • MCCCLXXXIX.—WHAT'S MY THOUGHT LIKE?
    • MCCCXC.—NOT GIVING HIMSELF "AIRS."
    • MCCCXCI.—A BARBER SHAVED BY A LAWYER.
    • MCCCXCII.—A MAN OF METAL.
    • MCCCXCIII.—SPECIMEN OF THE LACONIC.
    • MCCCXCIV.—A DROP.
    • MCCCXCV.—ERROR IN JUDGMENT.
    • MCCCXCVI.—THE SUPERIORITY OF MACHINERY.
    • MCCCXCVII.—THE MONEY-BORROWER DECEIVED.
    • MCCCXCVIII.—A SPEAKING CANVAS.
    • MCCCXCIX.—INDUSTRY OF THE ENGLISH PEOPLE.
    • MCD.—OCULAR.
    • MCDI.—ON THE DISAPPOINTMENT OF THE WHIG ASSOCIATES OF THE PRINCE REGENT AT NOT OBTAINING OFFICE.
    • MCDII.—AN APT REPROOF.
    • MCDIII.—THE LAME BEGGAR.
    • MCDIV.—HOLLAND'S FUNERAL.
    • MCDV.—PRETTY.
    • MCDVI.—NOT IMPROBABLE.
    • MCDVII.—SOUGHT AND FOUND.
    • MCDVIII.—NO REDEEMING VIRTUE.
    • MCDIX.—A REMARKABLE ECHO.
    • MCDX.—A DUTIFUL DAUGHTER.
    • MCDXI.—A PERTINENT QUESTION.
    • MCDXII.—A SOPORIFIC.
    • MCDXIII.—THE AMENDE HONORABLE.
    • MCDXIV.—ALLEGORICAL REPRESENTATION.
    • MCDXV.—MILITARY ELOQUENCE.
    • MCDXVI.—CUTTING OFF THE SUPPLIES.
    • MCDXVII.—EPIGRAM.
    • MCDXVIII.—A FOWL JOKE.
    • MCDXIX.—AN EXPENSIVE TRIP.
    • MCDXX.—OLD FRIENDS.
    • MCDXXI.—A REASON.
    • MCDXXII.—HONOR.
    • MCDXXIII.—JUST AS WONDERFUL.
    • MCDXXIV.—CHARITY BEGINS AT HOME.
    • MCDXXV.—QUESTION ANSWERED.
    • MCDXXVI.—VERY LIKELY.
    • MCDXXVII.—INQUEST EXTRAORDINARY.
    • MCDXXVIII.—A GRUNT.
    • MCDXXIX.—ONE FAULT.
    • MCDXXX.—TO THE "COMING" MAN.
    • MCDXXXI.—NOTHING TO BOAST OF.
    • MCDXXXII.—COLONIAL BREWERIES.
    • MCDXXXIII.—A CLOSER.
    • MCDXXXIV.—THE FOOL OR KNAVE.
    • MCDXXXV.—KNOWING HIS MAN.
    • MCDXXXVI.—A GOOD REASON FOR A BAD CAUSE.
    • MCDXXXVII.—SELF-APPLAUSE.
    • MCDXXXVIII.—A WOODEN JOKE.
    • MCDXXXIX.—AN OLD ADAGE REFUTED.
    • MCDXL.—THEATRICAL PURGATIONS.
    • MCDXLI.—ALL THE SAME.
    • MCDXLII.—THE PRINCIPLE OF GOVERNMENTS.
    • MCDXLIII.—DR. WALCOT'S APPLICATION FOR SHIELD'S IVORY OPERA PASS.
    • MCDXLIV.—COOKING HIS GOOSE.
    • MCDXLV.—TAKE WARNING!
    • MCDXLVI.—"THE WIDE, WIDE SEA."
    • MCDXLVII.—CONDITIONAL AGREEMENT.
    • MCDXLVIII.—ON A SQUINTING POETESS.
    • MCDXLIX.—A NEAT SUGGESTION.
    • MCDL.—SCOTCH "WUT."
    • MCDLI.—WHERE IT CAME FROM.
    • MCDLII.—QUIN AND CHARLES I.
    • MCDLIII.—TIMELY FLATTERY.
    • MCDLIV.—EPIGRAM ON TWO CONTRACTORS.
    • MCDLV.—TRAVELLERS SEE STRANGE THINGS.
    • MCDLVI.—AN UNCONSCIOUS INSULT.
    • MCDLVII.—A CLOSE TRANSLATION.
    • MCDLVIII.—NEW RELATIONSHIP.
    • MCDLIX.—ONLY A NINEPIN.
    • MCDLX.—DR. WALCOT'S REQUEST FOR IVORY TICKETS, SENT TO SHIELD, THE COMPOSER.
    • MCDLXI.—DIFFICULTIES IN EITHER CASE.
    • MCDLXII.—A PROFESSIONAL AIM.
    • MCDLXIII.—FLYING COLORS.
    • MCDLXIV.—AN ENTERTAINING PROPOSITION.
    • MCDLXV.—UNION OF OPPOSITES.
    • MCDLXVI.—EPIGRAM.
    • MCDLXVII.—AN UNTAXED LUXURY.
    • MCDLXVIII.—A DEAR SPEAKER.
    • MCDLXIX.—ABSURDLY LOGICAL.
    • MCDLXX.—PROOF POSITIVE.
    • MCDLXXI.—PLAYER, OR LORD.
    • MCDLXXII.—IN MEMORIAM.
    • MCDLXXIII.—PRIME'S PRESERVATIVE.
    • MCDLXXIV.—A SHARP BRUSH.
    • MCDLXXV.—NOT SO "DAFT" AS REPUTED.
    • MCDLXXVI.—PICKING POCKETS.
    • MCDLXXVII.—HUSBANDING HIS RESOURCES.
    • MCDLXXVIII.—SMOOTHING IT DOWN.
    • MCDLXXIX.—MAKING FREE WITH THE WAIST.
    • MCDLXXX.—A HOPELESS INVASION.
    • MCDLXXXI.—DROLL TO ORDER.
    • MCDLXXXII.—MEN OF WEIGHT.
    • MCDLXXXIII.—CHEMICAL ODDITY.
    • MCDLXXXIV.—AN APISH RESEMBLANCE.
    • MCDLXXXV.—HE WHO SUNG "THE LAYS OF ANCIENT ROME."
    • MCDLXXXVI.—DEATH-BED FORGIVENESS.
    • MCDLXXXVII.—A REASONABLE PREFERENCE.
    • MCDLXXXVIII.—A DEAR BARGAIN.
    • MCDLXXXIX.—SUGGESTIVE REPUDIATION.
    • MCDXC.—NO INTRUSION.
    • MCDXCI.—EXPERIMENTUM CRUCIS.
    • MCDXCII.—NOT AT ALL ANXIOUS.
    • MCDXCIII.—ODD HUMOR.
    • MCDXCIV.—A TICKLISH OPENING.
    • MCDXCV.—THE REPUBLIC OF LETTERS.
    • MCDXCVI.—AN OFFENSIVE PREFERENCE.
    • MCDXCVII.—SELF-CONDEMNATION.
    • MCDXCVIII.—AN ILLEGAL INDORSEMENT.
    • MCDXCIX.—A PLUMPER.
    • MD.—A PAINFUL EXAMINATION.
    • MDI.—BUSINESS AND PLEASURE.
    • MDII.—INFORMATION EASILY ACQUIRED.
    • MDIII.—A WALKING STICK.
    • MDIV.—CHARITY AND INCONVENIENCE.
    • MDV.—A REASON FOR BELIEF.
    • MDVI.—OPENLY.
    • MDVII.—PAINTED CHARMS.
    • MDVIII.—ON THE SPOT.
    • MDIX.—MR. ERSKINE'S FIRMNESS.
    • MDX.—A SHUFFLING ANSWER.
    • MDXI.—THE DEBT PAID.
    • MDXII.—A UTILITARIAN INQUIRY.
    • MDXIII.—AN OBJECTIONABLE PROCESS.
    • MDXIV.—EPIGRAM.
    • MDXV.—A DREADFUL SUSPICION.
    • MDXVI.—A FAMILIAR FRIEND.
    • MDXVII.—NO MUSIC IN HIS SOUL.
    • MDXVIII.—PROFESSIONAL CANDOR.
    • MDXIX.—TELL IT NOT IN ENGLAND.
    • MDXX.—FASHION AND VIRTUE.
    • MDXXI.—PROFESSIONAL COMPANIONS.
    • MDXXII.—WHY MASTER OF THE HOUSE.
    • MDXXIII.—PRECAUTIONARY.
    • MDXXIV.—A LATE DISCOVERER.
    • MDXXV.—LINES TO O'KEEFE.
    • MDXXVI.—PROFESSION AND PRACTICE.
    • MDXXVII.—A RISKFUL ADVENTURE.
    • MDXXVIII.—WONDERFUL UNANIMITY.
    • MDXXIX.—A MICHAELMAS MEETING.
    • MDXXX.—A TYPOGRAPHICAL TRANSFER.
    • MDXXXI.—EPIGRAM.
    • MDXXXII.—GOING TO EXTREMES.
    • MDXXXIII.—SILENT APPRECIATION.
    • MDXXXIV.—JUSTICE MIDAS.
    • MDXXXV.—A SIGNIFICANT DIFFERENCE.
    • MDXXXVI.—LAW AND PHYSIC.
    • MDXXXVII.—EUCLID REFUTED.
    • MDXXXVIII.—KEEPING IT TO HIMSELF.
    • MDXXXIX.—CLASSICAL WIT.
    • MDXL.—A PREFERABLE WAY.
    • MDXLI.—A STOUT SWIMMER.
    • MDXLII.—A CHOICE OF EVILS.
    • MDXLIII.—RESTING HERSELF.
    • MDXLIV.—A CHARTIST NOT A LEVELLER.
    • MDXLV.—DEATH AND DR. BOLUS.
    • MDXLVI.—AN EVASION.
    • MDXLVII.—GOING FROM THE POINT.
    • MDXLVIII.—DEFINING A CREED.
    • MDXLIX.—A BIT OF MOONSHINE.
    • MDL.—EPIGRAM.
    • MDLI.—A KIND HINT.
    • MDLII.—PRIEST'S ORDERS.
    • MDLIII.—SHERIDAN AND BURKE.
    • MDLIV.—ALWAYS THE BETTER.
    • MDLV.—A PUNGENT PINCH.
    • MDLVI.—"OFF WITH HIS HEAD."
    • MDLVII.—ON A GREAT TALKER.
    • MDLVIII.—DRY HUMOR.
    • MDLIX.—CHANGE FOR A GUINEA.
    • MDLX.—AS BLACK AS HE COULD BE PAINTED.
    • MDLXI.—A MAN AND A BROTHER.
    • MDLXII.—PULLING UP A POET.
    • MDLXIII.—AN HONOR TO TIPPERARY.
    • MDLXIV.—WITTY THANKSGIVING.
    • MDLXV.—A REASON FOR NOT MOVING.
    • MDLXVI.—KILLED BY HIS OWN REMEDY.
    • MDLXVII.—NOTHING SURPRISING.
    • MDLXVIII.—RUNNING NO RISK.
    • MDLXIX.—A HUMORIST PIQUED.
    • MDLXX.—NOT ROOM FOR A NEIGHBOR.
    • MDLXXI.—AN UNEXPECTED CANNONADE.
    • MDLXXII.—ON BUTLER'S MONUMENT.
    • MDLXXIII.—A WORD IN SEASON.
    • MDLXXIV.—"GETTING THE WORST OF IT."
    • MDLXXV.—A SATISFACTORY EXPLANATION.
    • MDLXXVI.—"I TAKES 'EM AS THEY COME."
    • MDLXXVU.—A CLIMAX.
    • MDLXXVIII.—BLANK CARTRIDGE.
    • MDLXXIX.—SERMONS IN STONES.
    • MDLXXX.—EARLY HABITS.
    • MDLXXXI.—LAW AND THE SCOTTISH THANE.
    • MDLXXXII.—NOT TO BE BELIEVED.
    • MDLXXXIII.—A REASON FOR POLYGAMY.
    • MDLXXXIV.—BYRON LIBELLOUS.
    • MDLXXXV.—A TERRIBLE POSSIBILITY.
    • MDLXXXVI.—ATTIRED TO TIRE.
    • MDLXXXVII.—A SMALL JOKE.
    • MDLXXXVIII.—A VAIN THREAT.
    • MDLXXXIX.—POOR LAW.
    • MDXC.—CAUSE AND EFFECT.
    • MDXCI.—A FAIR DISTRIBUTION.
    • MDXCII.—SOMETHING SHARP.
    • MDXCIII.—AN AFFECTIONATE HINT.
    • MDXCIV.—A SIMILE.
    • MDXCV.—A WIDE DIFFERENCE.
    • MDXCVI.—ASPIRING POVERTY.
    • MDXCVII.—A TENDER SUGGESTION.
    • MDXCVIII.—SUDDEN FREEDOM.
    • MDXCIX.—EPIGRAM.
    • MDC.—ANSWERING HER ACCORDING TO HER FOLLY.
    • MDCI.—THE SUN IN HIS EYE.
    • MDCII.—A BRIGHT REJOINDER.
    • MDCIII.—WELL TURNED.
    • MDCIV.—A QUICK LIE.
    • MDCV.—A MERRY THOUGHT.
    • MDCVI.—AN IMPUDENT WIT.
    • MDCVII.—WEARING AWAY.
    • MDCVIII.—A PERTINENT QUESTION.
    • MDCIX.—A BASE JOKE.
    • MDCX.—A WIDE-AWAKE MINISTER.
    • MDCXI.—ON CARDINAL WOLSEY.
    • MDCXII.—NOT FINDING HIMSELF.
    • MDCXIII.—A WITTY PROPOSITION.
    • MDCXIV.—A WARM MAN.
    • MDCXV.—LONG AGO.
    • MDCXVI.—AN UNLIKELY RESULT.
    • MDCXVII.—POLITICAL LOGIC.
    • MDCXVIII.—A WISE DECISION.
    • MDCXIX.—A POINT NEEDING TO BE SETTLED.
    • MDCXX.—A POOR LAUGH.
    • MDCXXI.—AN ANTICIPATED CALAMITY.
    • MDCXXII.—MATRIMONY.
    • MDCXXIII.—DRY, BUT NOT THIRSTY.
    • MDCXXIV.—SHAKESPEARIAN GROG.
    • MDCXXV.—A JURY CASE.
    • MDCXXVI.—SOMETHING TO BE GRATEFUL FOR.
    • MDCXXVII.—"THE RULING PASSION STRONG IN DEATH."
    • MDCXXVIII.—AN ENDLESS TASK.
    • MDCXXIX.—PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION.
    • MDCXXX.—A CELESTIAL VISION.
    • MDCXXXI.—DESTITUTION OF THE SMITH FAMILY.
    • MDCXXXII.—UNCIVIL WARNING.
    • MDCXXXIII.—AN INEVITABLE MISFORTUNE.
    • MDCXXXIV.—DONE FOR.
    • MDCXXXV.—A PROBLEM FOR TOTAL ABSTAINERS.
    • MDCXXXVI.—THE DOG TAX.
    • MDCXXXVII.—A PUN WITH AN IRISH ACCENT.
    • MDCXXXVIII.—A NEW WAY WITH ATTORNEYS.
    • MDCXXXIX.—THE DOUBT EXPLAINED.
    • MDCXL.—A YOKSHIRE BULL.
    • MDCXLI.—A ONE-SIDED JOKE.
    • MDCXLII.—TWO CURES FOR AGUE.
    • MDCXLIII.—A QUESTION OF DESCENT.
    • MDCXLIV.—PLEASANT FOR A FATHER.
    • MDCXLV.—A RULE OF PRACTICE.
    • MDCXLVI.—WITS AGREEING.
    • MDCXLVII.—LITERARY PASTIME.
    • MDCXLVIII.—A FREE TRANSLATION.
    • MDCXLIX.—AN EQUIVOCAL PREFERENCE.
    • MDCL.—RECIPROCAL ACTION.
    • MDCLI.—ACRES AND WISEACRES.
    • MDCLII.—AN UNEQUAL ARRANGEMENT.
    • MDCLIII.—A REASON FOR BEING TOO LATE.
    • MDCLIV.—COOL AS A CUCUMBER.
    • MDCLV.—AN AMPLE APOLOGY.
    • MDCLVI.—FUNERAL INVITATION.
    • MDCLVII.—A SUPERFLUOUS SCRAPER.
    • MDCLVIII.—COMPARATIVE VIRTUE.
    • MDCLIX.—GARTH AND ROWE.
    • MDCLX.—A SECRET DISCOVERED.
    • MDCLXI.—INTERESTED INQUIRY.
    • MDCLXII.—A BEARABLE PUN.
    • MDCLXIII.—CITY GLUTTON.
    • MDCLXIV.—A PRETTY REPLY.
    • MDCLXV.—A CONVENIENT THEORY.
    • MDCLXVI.—BUT ONE GOOD TRANSLATION.
    • MDCLXVII.—PHILIP, EARL OF STANHOPE.
    • MDCLXVIII.—RIGID IMPARTIALITY.
    • MDCLXIX.—WHITBREAD'S ENTIRE.
    • MDCLXX.—A FOOL AND HIS MONEY.
    • MDCLXXI.—A GRIM JOKE.
    • MDCLXXII.—INSURANCE ASSURANCE.
    • MDCLXXIII.—GENUINE LAZINESS.
    • MDCLXXIV.—CUTTING.
    • MDCLXXV.—GONE OUT.
    • MDCLXXVI.—A GOOD JUDGE.
    • MDCLXXVII.—MR. CHARLES YORKE.
    • MDCLXXVIII.—THE SALIC LAW
    • MDCLXXIX.—CHARLES JAMES FOX.
    • MDCLXXX.—PREFERMENT.
    • MDCLXXXI.—COMPLIMENTARY.
    • MDCLXXXII.—DR. DONNE.
    • MDCLXXXIII.—VULGARITY.
    • MDCLXXXIV.—AN EXPENSIVE JOB.
    • MDCLXXXV.—PROSINESS.
    • MDCLXXXVI.—A PLEASANT MESSAGE.
    • MDCLXXXVII.—EXISTENCE OF MATTER.
    • MDCLXXXVIII.—A SAUCY ANSWER.
    • MDCLXXXIX.—QUAINT EPITAPH.
    • MDCXC.—AN INHOSPITABLE IRISHMAN.
    • MDCXCI.—GOOD ENOUGH FOR A PIG.
    • MDCXCII.—FARCICAL.
    • MDCXCIII.—TOO MUCH AT ONCE.
    • MDCXCIV.—EPIGRAM.
    • MDCXCV.—POSSIBLE CENSORS.
    • MDCXCVI.—A CONNUBIAL COMPLIMENT.
    • MDCXCVII.—DOUBLE SIGHT.
    • MDCXCVIII.—WITTY AT HIS OWN EXPENSE.
    • MDCXCIX.—A CONVERSATIONAL EPIGRAM.
    • MDCC.—A PREVIOUS ENGAGEMENT.
    • MDCCI.—A ROYAL JEST.
    • MDCCII.—EXTREMELY SULPHUROUS.
    • MDCCIII.—A JOKE FROM THE NORTH.
    • MDCCIV.—MULTIPLYING ONE.
    • MDCCV.—AN AFFIRMATIVE EPIGRAM.
    • MDCCVI.—THE RULING PASSION.
    • MDCCVII.—INDIFFERENCE TO DEATH.
    • MDCCVIII.—SELF-INTEREST.
    • MDCCIX.—ALL THE DIFFERENCE.
    • MDCCX.—FOOTE'S LAST JOKE.
    • MDCCXI.—L'Envoy.
    • DINNER CODE.
    • INDEX.
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