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Sects, maggots of corrupted texts,

Butl. 2:4 factory of, how to improve,

Butl. 2:69 in extremes, abhor a middle way, Dry. 2:37 Sedgwick, doomsday,

Butl. 1 : 241: Security, none fo wretched as those beguiled by, Song: 56 Sedition, described,

Cow. I: 331 promoted by calumnies,

Cow. I: 342

Buil. 2: - to hum and hah,

:56. quell’d by authority of a grave person, Seed of the woman,

Milt. 2:131

Milt. 2:90 of woman promised, consum'd in earth, multiplies its birth,

Prior 2 : 115 Seek not thyself, without thyself, to find, Dry: 7:310 Self, see all in, and but for self be born, Pope 3 : 249 inthrall’d to self,

Milt. I :179 there is, of virtue fond,

Young 2 : 242 as fond of every vice,

Young 2 : 242 to cry down,

Butl. 1 : 206 sordid, no thining deeds thoots up,

Tlom. 2;139 Sell-banished,

Wall. 98 Self-conceit, flattering,

Den. 89 - deceptious,

Den. 89 Self-confecration,

Watts 49 Self-defence, Nature's eldeft law,

Dry, I :

1:140 Self-denying, gifted face,

Butl. 2:51 Self-disgrace, foured with, Self-esteem profitable at times,

Milt. 1 : 250 Self-existent being, necessary,

Black. 1.52 a causeless cause, or nothing could be, Black. 152 the world not that being,

Black. 152

Self

Fent. 31.1

Black. 152

2:69 2:37

:241 33.56 : 338

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Som. 343

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Self-existent,.world not, because changeable,
Self-knowledge, in every view, directs our life, Gay 2:138
Self-love, ambition, envy, pride,

Swift 2 : 257 their empire in our hearts dividė, Swift 2 : 257 in nature rooted fast,

Swift 1: 124 attends us first, and leaves us last, Swift 1 : 124 spring of motion, acts the soul,

Pope 2 : 43 bribes every sense, ftill Itronger, as its objects nigh,

Pope 22:44 drives through jut and through unjust, Pope 2:65 found the private in the public good, Pope 2 : 65 and reason to one end aspire,

Pope 2:45 pain their aversion, pleasure their desire, Pope 2:45 and social are the same,

Pape 2 : 84 . Self-opinion, active, raih, and blind, Self-perusal, science rare !

Young 3: 125 -the Delphi of the mind;

Young 3: 125 Self-violence sets man at variance with himself, Milt. 3:60 Self-unread, may in vain their bibles read,

Young 3: 125 Self-will with Satan fell,

Young 3: 143 sacrifice supreme, be slain,

Young 3 : 135
Selfiih heart deserves the pain it feels, . Young 2:13
Selim, the shepherd's moral,
Selli, race austere, their tlumbers on the ground, Pope il.2:108;
Senele, delivered by thunder,
Semi-gentleman of Inns of Court,
Sena the Senones confines,

Rowe L. 102
Senate meet in Epirus,.

Rowe L. 204 appoint Pompey general,

Rowe L. 206 echo of a thoughtless crowd,

1:309 Senate,

W ft 215

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Collins 233

Cow. 2:9 Cow.I: 77

Dry.

Black. 199

Den. 88
Swifi 2 : 62

1:171

Senate, void of order, as of choice,

Pope 1:237 hearts of, fearful, and confused their voice, Pope I: 231 recking with the flain,

Rowe L. 80 Seneffe's immortalfight, with martial'terror charms, Hugbes 31 Seneca short-lunged,

Cow. 1:98 dying in a baths

Prio: 1: 30 Sensation, inlets of, all, but touch,

Prior 2:35
Sense, vassal of reasons

gives a grace to tlie homelieft face,
learn to rise in;

Garth 56
the less, the more my love appears, Pote
meaner part of, to find a fault,

Roch. 335
to accompany rhyme;
all ought to aim at
lies just 'twixt affectation and neglect,
is our helmet, wit is but the plume, Young 2 : 2592
runs savage, broke from reason's chain; Young 2 : 44
to forego, for a name,

Rocb. 288
each vanity of, supply'd by pride, Pope 2:52
joys of, health, peace, and competence;

Pope 2:72 Senses wandering to the verge of life,

Pope il. 2:65 submit to the soul,

Dry. I: 317 plung'd in the death of sleep, Pope od. 3 : 197 act by pairs,

Butl. 1 : 301 intelligencers of the mind,

Butl. 1:301
Sentence in each look,

Cow. 1:80
Sentences not to appear embossed on,
Sentiinental allegory, what,

Collins 302
Separate souls of living touch impaslive,

Fent. 255
Separate

Dry: I : 261
Diy: 1:203

Pltt 399

Dry. 7: 182

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Black. 155

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Milt. 2:24

Separate fouls from elemental drofs disparted,

Cow. I : : 308 Separation,

Sben. 62 Sepulture, rites of violated,

Tbom. 2:191 Seraphina, ode to,

-- to love, is to be pure, happy, and tender, id..191 Serenata,

Hughes 200
Series endless of causes and effects impossible,
Sermon on the Mount, proteftant,

Dry. 2:59

Pricr 2 : 203 Sermons are less read than tales,

Milt: 21:16 Serpent, subtlest beaft,

Mi't2:6 fit imp of fraud, subilest of all beasts,

Milt. 2:21 made speakable of mute,

Milt. 2 : 22 farters Eve,

Miit. 2:23 leads to the forbidden tree,

Milt. 2:19 defcribec, poffested by Satan, that author of all evily,

Dro. 5:209 deceived Eve,

Milt, 1:6 doom of,

Milt. 2:51

Butl. 2:37 Serpents cast their skins, origin of in Libya,

Rowe L. 405 various kinds of,

Rowe L. 409 - kill many Romans,

Rowe L. 411 Septimius, ruffian llave, murders Pompey, Rowe L. 355 cuts off his head,

Rowe L. 359 Sertorius vanquish'd by Pompey,

Rowe L. 288 Servile flattery, oft harbours in courts,

Pkil. 58 land, where tyrants still by turns command, Pnper: 287 mind well paid with fervile lot,

Milt.
Servitude,

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Cow. 2 : 262

Pbil. 9.

Gay 2 : 88 Pope 3 : 85

Servitude, what,

Mili. 2:1ZZ rise of, gilded by riches,

Cow. 2 : 268 in whatever degree, is fervitude, Cow. 2 : 269 Sequani, taught the horse to guide,

Rowe L. 67 Sefoftris, high on hiscar, drawn by scepter'd saves, Pope I : 206.

yok'd monarchs to his chariot,
saw the farthest West,

Hughes 299 - his chariots drawn by harness'd kings, Hughes 299 Setting,

Som. 153 Setting-dog and partridge, Settle, city poet, Set phrases, when you write, avoid,

Cung, 139 Seven-dials, to seven streets count the day, Gay“ 1:113 Seventh day blessed,

Milt. 1 : 226 Severus, wall of,

Tbom. 2 : 10 Sewers, exact of taste,

Pope

od. mally and firm, for ages,

Dyer 9 Sex, ingenious to ensnare,

Som. 293 part truth, part fiction,

Sau. 145 some thought, some whim, and all a contradiction, id. 145 is ever to a soldier kind,

Pope od. 4:31 Sextus, degenerate son of Pompey,

Rowe L. 267 consults the forceress Erichtho,

Rowe L. 274 informs his elder brother of Pompey's death, Rowe L. 377

expresses his horrour at the sight, Ruwe L. 377 Shade, thrice we call’à on each unhappy, Pope od: 3 : 229 Shadow, privation of light,

Dry. 2:152

Pitt 225 or a nothing in all hopes and schemes, Pin 225

Shadow

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