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Tick. 141 Tick. 141

Tick. 142 It all. 274

Latinus, palace of described,

Diy. 6:164 favourably receives the Trojansy.

Dry. 6: 368 fends presents to Æneas,

Dry. 6: 169 offers his daughter,

Dry, 6:169 calis a council for peace,

Dry: 7:13 Latium, reason of the name, ,

Drz. 6:210 ancient people of, deferibel,

Dry. 6:209 prudent in peace,

Prior 1 : 162
Latium's language flourish'd from wealth of Greece, Pilt 372
Latrant race, trace the genius of,.

in powers distinct excel,
in fight, or liviftness, or fagacious smell, Tick. 141

learn well their lineage,
Lava described,
Laugh or spoils a face o: mends,

Cong. I: 3 and grow wise,

Savif: 2:26 Laughing, reforming by, not by fiorining, Swift 2:25 Laughter, how expreifen,

King 426 is pride or emptiness,

Yo:75" 2 : 2:3 portentous fign of griet approaching, Yuung 2 : 238

1:63 unextinguish'ı, thakes the skies,

2 Pupe ! 3:255 -ruds, like a burft,

Savift 2 : 75
Lauriai, that is no pout,

Swift 2 : 160
Laurel, wet with soldiers' blood and widows'tears, Prior 2:176
Laurels, from living foes,
Laurentuni, reacon of the name,,

Dry. 6:139 fired,

Diy: 7:28 Lausus, character of,

Dry. 6:197 death of,

Dry. 6: 309

Law,

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Butl. 2:97

Watts 97 Milt. 2:132 Mil. 2:133

Butl. 2: 344

Watts 113

Tick. 159 Mall. 227

Law, what,
has neither eyes nor ears,

Lans. 208 given at Sinai,

Milt. 2 : 126 speaks all despair, fulfilled by obedience and suffering, nailed to the cross, use of,

Milt. 2 : : 129 maintains, not restrains freedom, abufed to Atrife,

Ot. 8 nothing certain in, but expence,

Burl. 2 : 100 sublifts by power,

Dry. 1 : 185 and gospel, Lawes, Waller to,

Wall. 108 Lawless soldiers know their guilt, Laws inexplicable guide the moral world, have no passion of their own,

Butl. 2: 116 have no force, till broken,

Butl. 1 : 200 -guide, but cannot reign, misconsirued, doubtful issue of,

Prior 2 : 172 appear obscure and intricate, perplex’d with comments, weather-gage of, in war are dumb,

Rowe L. 58 of council bid the tongue be bold, Pope il. 1 : 266 Law-suits I'd lhun, as lions' dens,

Pom. 220 Lawyer, with periods long, in terms abstruse, Swift 2 : 106

what pains he takes to be prolix, Swift 2 : 106 a thousand lines to stand for fix ! Swift 2 :

:106 of common sense without a word in! Swift 2 : 106 the statesman scem'd in part,

Gay 2 : 152

Lawyer,

Cow. 2 : 179

Tal. 442 Yal 442

Buil. 2 : 109

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Lawyer, and bore fimilitude of heart,

Gay 2:152 scepticism is your profession,

Gay 2 : 120 you hold there's doubt in all expression, Gay 2: 120 Lawyers arts of,

can with ease twist words as they please, Gay 2 : 119 like the Swiss,

Butl. 2:98 fees to such excess are run,

Young 1 : 100 their clients are redressed, till undone, Young 1 : 101 Lazy, morrow like to-day,

Dry. 7: 348 Leaf, like Sibyl's, shall scatter to and fro our fates, Pope 2 : 120

pregnant with thousands, flits unseen, Pope 2 : 120 sells a king, or buys a queen,

Pope 2 : 120 League of France,

Butl. 1:76 Leap-frog, to play at,

Butl. 1:168
Learn to live well,

Pope 2 : 257
that you may die fo,
Learn well to know, how much need not be known, Young 2:115
Learned, full of inward pride,

Gay 2 : 97 the fops of outward show deride, Gay 2:97 yet well-bred,

Pope 1 : 117 themselves, we book-worms name, Pope 2 : 349 young lady, Lansdowne to,

Lanf. 157 Learning is but to know the sense of predecessors, Pope I: 8 on abuse of,

Butl. 2: 265 on imperfection of,

Butl. 2 : 265 dear-bought purchase of the trading mind, Pom. 342 progress of,

Den. 102 passed from Chaldea to Egypt,

Den. 102 from Egypt to Greece, from Greece to Italy,

Learning

Den. 91

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Gay 2 : 168

Gay 2 : 168
Young 2 : 116
Young 2 : 116

Cow. 1: 118
Buil. 2 : 228

Learning, cob-web of brain,

Buil. 1 : 150
true,

Watts 78
all beauty and all light,

Watts 78
by study must be wong
ne'er was entaild from son to song
affords light, not heat,
leaves you undevout,

how empty, but as it mends the heart, Young 1:24
Leaving me, and loving many,-

Cow. 1:238
Leasing, folks. prone to,

Prior 2: 68
Ledean stars, famed for love,
Ledger, sent to the devil,
Lee (Nar.), Dryden to,

Dry. 2 : 125
Lee his fedgy treffes rears,

Pope 1:7!
Leek, crest of stout Britons,

Phil. 42
Leges Saturæ, what,
Legion-club, character, &c. of, 1736, Swift 2:347
Legions, breathing death,

Pope il. 2:9
drive on, impatient to destroy,,
Legs trung by nature Itrong,

Gay 1: 140
Leicester,

Wille 50
Lemon-juice, writing in,

Cow. 1:231

61
Length of days his soul with prudence crown'd, Popz od. 3 :
Lentulus warmly opposes a retreat to Parthia,

Rowe L. 343
proposes Egypt,

Rozve L. 348
Leo X, a panegyricon,

Pitt 358
Leo's days, each Musc starts from her trance,
Leopard, beauty of the waste,

Thom. 1:75
Lelbia,

Cong. 103
- beauteous ideot, her eyes enthrall’d, her tongue.ib.. 103

Lelbos,

Dry. 7:148

Pope. il. 2:9

Pope 1: 120

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Lesbos, for ever sacred be thy name,

Rowe L. 335 Lefsen'd fame is ne'er regain’d,

Prior 1:229 Leftrigons, Ulysses arrives among, Pope od: 3:254 Antiphates, king of,

Pope od. 3:255 men-eaters,

Pope od: 3:258

Thom. 1 : 223 Lethargy, with deadly fleep oppreft,. in mighty woc,

Dry. 1:298 Lethe, a river of hell,

Dry. 6: 145 effects of,

Dry. 6: 146 Letter, to bait,

Butl. 2: 110 left-handed,

Swift 1 : 167 Letter'd knaves, a scandal,

Young 3: 202 Letters, soft interpreters of love,

Prior 1 : 223
waft a sigh from Indus to the pole, Pope 1: 185
Leucadia, a rock, whence lovers leap, Pope 1 : 176
Leucadian rock, ne'er hope redress from,

Butl. 1: 212
Levet, to blow,
Leviathan described,

Young 1 : 222 -- a living island roves,

Broome 100 in dreadful pastime sports,

Broome 100 Levities,

Sben. 161 Lewis XIV. encouraged arts and public works,'Thom. 2 : 146

finished the canal of Languedoc, Thom. 2 : 147 built hospitals,

Tbom. 2:-147 erected academies,

Thom. 2 : 147 encouraged the tapestry of the Gobelins, ib. 148 the living learned fed,

Swift 2:278 designs universal empire,

Duke 88 bribes the English counsellors, Duke 88 engages them in a Dutch war; Duke 88

Lewis

Fent. 294

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