BARON TANNEGUY DE WOGAN
The Representative of a House illustrious for its Antiquity:
In Prosperity splendid: in Exile and Poverty gay
and constant: of Loyalty unshaken;
This Narrative, founded on the deeds of his Ancestor,
The Chevalier Nicholas De Wogan.
The authors wish to say that the proceedings of Lady Oxford are unhistorical. Swift mentions a rumour that there was such a lady, but leaves her anonymous.
- The Parson expresses Irreproachable Sentiments at the Mazarin Palace.
- Mr. Wogan refuses to Acknowledge an Undesirable Acquaintance in St. James's Street.
- Mr. Wogan instructs the Ignorant Parson in the Ways of Women.
- Shows the Extreme Danger of knowing Latin.
- A Literary Discussion in which a Critic, not for the first time, turns the tables upon an Author.
- Mr. Nicholas Wogan reminds the Parson of a Night at the Mazarin Palace.
- Lady Mary Wortley Montagu has a word to say about Smilinda.
- Mr. Kelly has an Adventure at a Masquerade Ball.
- Wherein the Chivalrous Mr. Kelly behaves with Deplorable Folly.
- What came of Mr. Kelly's Winnings from the South Sea.
- The Parson departs from Smilinda and learns a number of Unpalatable Truths.
- The Parson meets Scrope for the Third Time, and what came of the Meeting.
- Of the Rose and the Rose-Garden in Avignon.
- Of the Great Confusion produced by a Ballad and a Drunken Crow.
- At the Deanery of Westminster.
- Mr. Wogan acts as Lightning Conductor at Lady Oxford's Rout.
- Lady Oxford's 'Coup De Théâtre'.
- Wherein a New Fly discourses on the innocence of the Spider's Web.
- Stroke and Counter-stroke.
- Mr. Scrope bathes by Moonlight and in his Peruke.
- In which Mr. Kelly surprises Smilinda.
- An Eclogue which demonstrates the Pastoral Simplicity of Corydon and Strephon.
- How the Messengers captured the wrong Gentleman; and of what Letters the Colonel burned.
- Mr. Wogan wears Lady Oxford's Livery, but does not remain in her Service.
- How the Miniature of Lady Oxford came by a Mischance.
- Mr. Wogan Traduces his Friend, with the Happiest Consequences.
- How, by keeping Parole, Mr. Kelly broke Prison.
- Mr. Wogan again invades England, meets the elect Lady, and bears witness to her Perfections.