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Slaves may obey, but they can never love,

Lanf: 254 extoll'd the hand that pay'd,

Gay 2 : 160 made citizens by turning round,

Dry. 7: 349 Slaughter marks in blood his way,

Broome 13 vengeful, fierce for human blood, Pope od. 3 : 221

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Cow.1:281 Sleep, described,

Dry. 6:61 the blessing of the night,

Pope od. 3 : 101 lazy owl of night,

Cow. 1:211

ode to,

Aken. 253

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Broome 25

whose sway charms every anxious thought, Aken. 253 --- an elegy,

Cang. 106 . -- a sweet forgetfulness of cares, Pope od. 4:231 of all the powers the best,

Dry. 4:62. of mind, repairer of decay, Dry. 4:62 care shuns thy soft approach,

Dry. 4:62 thou balmy cure of sickness and of pain !

Hughes 259 soft oblivion of surrounding ills !

Hughes 259 sheds o'er all his balm, thed his softest balm,

Broome 68 grown a stranger to my eyes, two portals of,

Pope od. 4: 156

Dry, 6: 155 cavern of,

Dry. 4:60 effects of, Death's brother, brother of Death,

Broome 146 Death's half brother,

Pope il. 2:49 friend to Life,

Buil. 2 : 192 the friend of Life,

Brcome 146

Sleep

Broome 71

gates of,

Wall. 32 Buil. 2 : 192

P.

Den. 140

Wall.'si

pace, ib,

Sleep counterfeits Death,

Butl. 1: 188
resembles Death,
dead, oblivion, losing half a life too short, Tbom. 1:46
winds us up for the succeding dawn,

Young 3: 74
Nature's sweet restorer,

Young 2:3
that tames the strong,

Pope od. 3 : 241
bathes in Sacharissa's eyes,
shuns the crown, visits the wcary swain,

Dyer 130
we to wake, and only die to live, Prior 2 : 186
and Death, two twins of winged race, Pope il. 2 : 126

of matchless swiftness, but of filent
Sleep-compelling rod of Hermes,

Dry: 3:73
Sleeping laws the king's neglect revile,
Sleet of arrowy showers,
Slender, Ghost of,
Slightest fins, greatest crimes,

Butl. 1:76
Sloane, the foremost toyman of his time, Young 1: III
Sloth, coward, sitting in silence,

Aken. 211
ignoble charms of,
mischief of,

Young 3: 243
'tis a toil enervates man,

Young 3 : 243
unnerv?d with rest,
turn her own disease,
annals of,

Gartb 26.
God of,

Garıb 22
reign of,
who's born for?

Gay 2 :154
Sloven and the fopling are the same,

hoong 1:95
Slowest insects have most legs,
Slobber dogullion base,

But!. 1:132

Sluggard,

Prior 2:154
Milt. 2 : 194

Sben. 172

Aken. 127

Parn. 59
Parn. 59

Gaith24

Buil. 2:19

Sluggard,
Smarting, may convince a fool,
Smatterers, arrogant,
Smec, legion,
Smeck, canonical cravat of,
Smedley (Dean), petition of,

Watts 361

Rofc. 222
Butl. 2:274
Buil. 1:208
Butl. 1: 143
Swifi 1 : 258

answer to,

Swift 1 : 262

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201

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207

Smells, the breath of nature,
Smiles flow from reason,

lovely children of Content and Joy,
--- are radiant marks of man,

of Fortune, as variable as woman's love,
Smith, Phædra and Hippolytus,
--- to the memory of Philips,

Charlettus Percivallo suo,
Percivallus Charletto suo
Pocockius,

ode for the year 1705,
Smock-race,
Smooth and round in yourself,
Smyrna, ever sacred to the Müse,
Snail was I born, and snail shall end,
Snails, house-bearing, yield salubrious water,

- pernicious to apples,
spoil the verdure of the year,

near sweetest fruits abound, .
Snake, to a lady playing with,
Snow in whitening shower descends,

men perishing in,
preserved,

Som. 133

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Swift 2 : 129

Dyer 107
Gay 2 : 72

Phil. 47

Phil. 47
Gay 2 : 173
Gay 1:75

Broome 90
Thom. 1:161
Tkom. 1:163
Wall. 152

Snow,

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Snow, useful to the ground,

Pbil. 67

Swift 1 : 327 (Thomas), epistle to,

Gay 1:195 whose wisdom found the South-Sea shelves, Gay 1 : 195

Tick. 216 Snow-drop, a Fairy turned to, Snuff, pungent grains of titillating duft,

Pope 1: 153 mundungus,

Butl. 2:49 or the fan, supplies each pause of chat, Pope 1 : 138 Sober prince, goverment of, is best,

Dry. 2 : 119 Social pleasure, ill-exchang’d for power,

Pope 2 : 290

Thom. 1:110 Society, nurse of Art, Socrates, the Sent of Heaven,

Mall, 183 -- to whom its moral will was given, ib. 183 wisest of mankind,

Thom. I: 168 father of philosophy,

Thom. 2:42

Thom. 2 : 42 tutor of Athens, here ever shines,

Pope 1 : 208 patience of,

Black. 6 put to death for atheism,.

for asserting one God, Black. 6

Cow. 2:141 Sodom, overthrow of, Sofola, thought to be Ophir,

Dyer 113 Suft looks, the filent eloquence of eyes,

Hugbes 58 Soils, difference of,

Dryo 5:94different natures of,

Dry. 5:125 -------- to discover nature ofy.

Dry. 5:127 Soldier in love,

Hughes 140 thould be modeft as a maid,

Young 1:115 founder of jesuits,

Butl. 2: 74 Soldier's end, all applaud, and weep,

Hughes 125

Soldier,

Butl. 2: 275

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Soldier, desperately brave, falls a sacrifice to glory, Hughes 125

if successful, deemed guardian genius of the ftate, ib.

admir'd when living, and when dead ador'd, ib.
Soldiers are perfect devils in their way,

Gay 1: 207
when once rais’d, they're cursed hard to lay, id. 207
Solemn council best becomes the old, Pope il. 1 : 139
Solemnity of proclaiming war,

Dry. 6:185.
is a cover for a sot,
Solicitude,
Soliloquies had need be few,.

extremely short,
yet fpoke in passion too,
occasion of, should naturally fall,

Young 1:93
Shen. 157
Buck. 75
Buck. 75
Buck. 75

Buck. 75
Garth 155

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Soliloquy,

L.Dry. 1 : 318
of a beauty in the country,

Lytt. 17
Solitude,

Cow. 2 : 284...
hymn on,

Thom. 2:193

Thom. 2 : 193
companion of the wise and good,

SR. 238

Pope 1 : 85
--who fit for,

Cow. 2: 286, 287
employment in,

Cow. 2 : 288
nurse of sense,

Pope 2 :

2 : 281
nurse of woe,
howe'er we range, in thee we fix at last,
divine retreat!

Young 1 : 126
choice of the prudent !

Young 1: 126
there we court fair wisdom,

Young 1 : 126
Solomon,

Prior 2: 101:

Solomong

Parn. 79,-
Tick. 107

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