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Watts 285.

Pbil. 71 Brocne 97

Garth 127

Short absence, mutual joys increase by,

King 297 life, well lost for endless fame,

Pope I : 316 Shortness of life,

Cow. 1:

:92 Shower (John), on his daughter's death, Showers, the pearly daughters of the clouds, Weft 180 Showery arch, the watery brede, Showery-bow, the Lord of nature fram’d, Shrovetide cock,

Dry. 3 : 142 Sibyl, story of,

described in her enthusiasm, Dry. 6:115, 116 of Cumæ,

Dry. 6:21 Æneas's adventures foretold by,

Dry. 6:117 attends him to hell,

Dry. 6: 125 describes various scenes of it,

Dry. 6: 125 conducts him to Anchises,

Dry. 6: Sican to the Dean, on his birth-day,

Swift 2 : 340 Sicily, of old torn from Hesperia, and Italy, one continent,

Dry. 6:20 Sick are ever restless,

Hughes 260 --- pain makes them impatient,

Hugbes 260 - in mind, covetous of more disease,

Young 3:2 half the cure, to know ourselves,

Young 3:2 man and the Angel,

Gay 2 : 75 Sickle, each moment has,

Young 2:10 emulous of Time's enormous scythe, Young 2 : 10 Sickness,

Swift 2 : 149 on recovery from a fit of,

Aken. 284 ode after, right of heaven in,

Watts 62 of long life, old age,

Pope 2: 186

Sickness

: 144

Rowe L. 123

Sben. 103

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Cong: 16

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Wall. 222 Sickness and pain wean from earth,

Rowe L. 161
Sicoris, running by Ilerda,

Aken. 167
Sicyon, swayed the most ancient sceptre,
Sid Hamet, virtues of his rod,

Swift 1:65 character of,

Dry. 1:119 Sidney, thy beauty resistless,

Lans. 142 Sidon, capital of Phænicia,

Pope od. 3 : 108

Butl. 1:227
Sidrophel, a cunning man,
Hudibras to,

Butl. 1: 268
Siege described,
exhibited in vision,

* Milt. 2 : 107 of Troy, length of portended,

Pope il. 1 : 80 Sighs, that waft to heaven,

Pope 1 : 190 Sigismonda and Guiscardo,

Dry: 3: 215

s Cow. I: 298 Silence described,

Cong .

30 under suffering, is best,

Dry. 3 : 158 becomes the wise, -- Death's peculiar attribute,

Young 3:71 is the soul of war,

Prior 1:50 and Darkness, folemn fisters!

Young 2 : 4 the grave, your kingdom, Young 2 :

.:4 Rochester on,

Pope 1:350 coeval with eternity,

Pope I : 350 the knave's repute,

Pope 1: 351 Silent grief, speaks but at the eyes,

Dry. 7:9 Silenus,

Dry. 5:49 - youthful in decay,

Pope I : 335 Silk, soft Persia yields,

Dyer 71 Silk-labourers of the mulberry wood,

Black. 74

Silks

Som. 373

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Pitt 240

Silks come from maggots,

Swift 1 : 213
Silli of the Greeks, what,

Dry. 7: 144
Siloah, peaceful food,
Silver, simile on want of,

Swift 1: 337 age,

Dry. 3: 302

Wall. 95 pen, Silurian cyder shall triumph o'er the vine,

Pbil. 83 Simeon foretels what Christ should be,

Milt, 2:166 S

Shen. 184 Simile,

2 Prior 1 : 201 that folitary shines, sanctified whole poems, Pope 2: 219 Similes describe, they nothing prove,

Prior 2:78 Simoisius, pierc'd by Ajax, lies,

Pope il. 1 : 145 Simony, to sing for gold,

Young 3: 201 Simple I, and innocent of art,

Tick. 210 Simplicity, what,

Pope il. 1:24 in perfection, in Scripture and Homer, Popeil 1:24 praise of,

Shen. 13

Collins 249 by nature taught to breathe hergenuine thought, ib. fifter meek of Truth,

Collins 250 Sin, daughter of Satan,

Milt. 1 :60 description of,

Milt. 1:61 one of the guards of Hell, described, Milt. 1:56, 57 portress of Hell,

Milt. 1:63 opens to Satan,

Milt. 1:64 unable to shut the gate,

1:64 effects of,

Milt, 2 : 38, 49 leaves naked and void of honouy,

Milt. 2 : 39 pursues with guilt,

Milt. 2:40

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ode to,

Milt.

Milt. 2 : 152
Milt. 3:24

Milt. 2:55

Milt. 2:57

Watts 71

Sin produces Death,

Dry. 2 : 193 makes the darken’d soul a scene more sad, Young 3:67 -- all comfort kills, nor leaves one spark alive, Young 3:67 made known, not removed by law,

Milt. 2 : 123 - transferred on Chrift, - to be repented of, and Death pave a way over Chaos,

Milt. 1:69 -- to Earth, offspring of Satan,

Milt. 2:56 congratulate Satan, waste the world,

Milt. 2:65 Sin and Satan, dragg'd caprives, that captiv'd men, Parn. 181 Sinai, law given at,

Watts 67
bow'd and shook beneath a God,
Sincerc, what so easy as to be ?

Pope oz. 4:96
Sing, asking leave to,
Singer (Mrs.), afterwards Mrs. Rowe, verses to,
Single valour unequal to a numerous foe,

life against marriage,
Singularity, affectation of,

Pope 1: 108 Sinking ftate, form sure plans to save,

Pope od. 3:51 Sinners saved, substituted for suffering faints,

Butl. 1 : 204 Sinon, treachery of,

Dry: 5:353 unlocks the horse,

Diy. 5:361
Sion, amidst her towers, her God appears,

smiles on the tumults of the world,
Siphon to rack cyder,
Sire murdered in the son,

Dry. 6:31 thall bless his son, the son his fire, Pope od. 3:295

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Watts 41 Watts 277 Butl. 1:103

Den. 50

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Pitt' 241 Pitt 241 Phil. 71

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King 322

Fent. 270

Sben. 119

Sirens, by their songs entice their prey, to hear, warble in thy song,

Gay 1:1 Sires by fons, and sons by fathers die,

Tick. 160 teach not your daughters to rebel,

Gay 2 : 245 by counsel rein their wills, but ne'er compel, Gay 2 : 245 Sisters gave to Venus all my life to come, Pope 1 : 170 Sisyphus heaves a huge round stoney, Pope od. 3: 301

rolls a ponderous stone, Six rows of lengthening pines the billows sweep, Rowe L. 146 Skill, greatest, is knowing when to praise,

Buck. 117 and cozenage, thought the same,

Buck. 106 Skip of a lawyer, where did he grow, Swift 2 : 296 Sky, canopy of, a nobler covering than tombs, Rowe L. 325 Sky-lark, Slander, direful trump of, soundsg.

Pope 1 : 216 withers all before it,

Pope 1: 217 Aings the brave,

Pope od. 3:210 like a magpie chatters,

Pope I : 345 who deals in, lives in strife,

Gay 2:72 Slave, can soldiers beg to wear the name of,

Rowe L. 172 to some hind,

Pope od 3:297 to be, is better than monarch of the dead, ib. first to words, then vassal to a name, Pope 3 : 250 Slave-trade, horror of,

Dyer III Slaves of ves, by superstition foolid,

Thom. 2 : 24 by vice unmann'd,

Tbom. 2:24 in guile ingenious, and in murder brave, Thom. 2 : 24 such thy fons, Oppreliion, are,

T bom. 2:24 attempt in vain Freedom's cause,

Rowe L. 312 to their vices, can ne'er be free,

I bom. 2:151

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