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Butl, 2 : 350

Den 139

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Sot's hole, five Ladies at,

Swift 2:67
“Sots, on a club of,
Sovereign of the skies, who shall control: Pope II. 1 : 257
Being, but a sovereign good,

Pope 2: 63
to contemn, charter of Jerusalem, Dry. 1:161
Sovereignty, what women most desire,

Dry: 3 : 197
- and Grace,

Waits 112
Soul,

Cow. 1 : 243, 271
immortal substance, to remain,

Prior 2: 186
conscious of joy, and capable of pain, Prior 2:186
immortality of,

Den. 138
simple and indivifible,
escapes the wreck of worlds,

Som. 68
importance of,

Young 2 : : 196
rescued from death,

Foung 2 : 197
thou busy thing, whence I know I am,

Prior 2 : 165
companion of the body's good or ill, Prior 2: 166
conscious of joy or pain,

Prior 2 : 166
pale it with rage, or redden it with shame, Prior 2 : 166
- can scarce above the body rise,

for great actions free,
that juítly thinks, would greatly dare,
nothing but God can satisfy,

Wall. 218
in commerce with God, is heaven,

Young 2 : 237
--- can rest on nought but God,

Young 3: 79
here in full trust, hereafter in full joy, Young 3:79
anchor'd safe on Reason's peaceful coast, Pope od. 4: 162
by tempests of wrath no longer toit, Pope od. 4: 162
by wisdom's noblest precepts crown’d,

Rowe 48
without reflection, to ruin runs, Foung 2:111
VOL. LVIII,

Soul

Pom. 339
Pom. 219
Sav. 139

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Add. 255

Parn. 33

Soul faddens by the use of pain,

Pope od. 3 : 269
distemper'd, sport of passions,
deadly wound in,

Dry. 7: 333
issued in the purple flood,

Pope il. 2: 119
of pleasure reigns in rural seats,
of the world,

Dry. 6: 146
Souls must paint souls,

Hugbes 271
the life of,

Watts 173
Sound, a comment to the sense,

Rose. 225
muft seem an echo to the sense, Pope 1 : 106
learn to sink in,

Garth 56
Source of Being, hail,

Thom. 1 : 22
of woe, desire to know,

Prior 2: 127
South beheld that master-piece of man, Pope 3 : 228

opposed him out of zeal,

Thewing how well he could dispute and rail, Pom. 340
South America, view of,

Dyer 124
South-Sea project,

Swife 1: 200
at best a mighty bubble,

Swife 1: 208
Southerne, epistle to,
Dryden to,

Dry. 2 : 134
verses tó,

Pope 2 : 355
Sow-geldering operation,

Buil. 1:181
Space immense beyond the stars,

no midst, no centre in,
full, no motion in,

if interspers’d without matter, matter not necessary, id. 134
Spacious air, left to the wits,

Swift 1 : 42
there with licence to build castles, Swift 1 : 42
Spade, learn to call a spade,

Swift 2 : 239

Spades

Pom. 340

Feni. 233

Aken. 84
Black. 132
Black. 133

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Spades be trumps, and trumps they were, Pope 1 : 139
Spadillio, unconquerable Lord,

Pope 1 : 139
Spain, king of,

Garth 112
haughty, soon shall hear and tremble,

Aken. 356
numerous fleet perished on the coast,

Add. 12
the fruitless strife gives o'er,

Hugbes 46
and claims dominion there no more, Hugbes 46
Spaniel, use of in fowling,

Gay 1:12
fawning llave to man's deceit,

Gay 2 :

:81
pimp of luxury, sneaking cheat,

Gay 2:81
and cameleon,

Gay
indulged to disobey command,

Gay 2 : 32
how pretty were his fawning ways,

Gay 2:32
Spanifh Armada, defeat of,

Thom. 2:112
war, folly of,

Cow. 2 : 24.6
West-Indies,

Thom. 2:111
Spark, each light gay meteor of an

Pope 2 : 106
Sparrow loves to chirp and talk,

Prior 2: 19?
Sparrows treading,

Swift 2 :

2 : 234
Sparta, surrounded by a range of hills,

Pope od. ; : 105
poor,
sober, hard, and man-fubdoing city,

Thom. 2 : 38
Lycurgus there built a temper'd ftate,
where mix'd each government,
there corruption lay wither'd at the foot, Tbs. 2 : 39
raised on Virtue's base,

rough, in Virtue's love approv'd, Rozue L.. 206
- with female beauty gay,

Pope ud. 4:19
Spartan dame, prologue 10,
Spartans not suffered to learn deceitful arts abroad, Wij 200

Spartans,

Duke 143

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Thom. ? : 39

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Font. 332

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Lanf. 216

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Gay 1 : 82

Spartans, by exposing to reclaim,
Specious gifts, no gifts, but guiles,

Milt. 2:

2:176 Specious-good we court, and meet a real ill,

Broome 42 Speculation roofted near the sky,

Foung 3 :

189 from garrets thunders,

Young 3: 189 Speck of 'entity, how stretches to man,

Gartb 21 Spectator, to supposed author of,

Tick. 95 thy spotless thoughts, unfhock'd prieit may hear, ib. Speech, Thought's canal,

Young 2 : 35 criterion too,

Young 2 : 35 that knows nor art nor fear,

Pope il.'1:278

s Step. 292 Spell,

1 Gay 1:73 foall ease my care,

Gay 1 : 73 ye right this verse upon her ftone, Spence, verses to,

Pitt 389 Spenser commended for pastoral,

Pope I : 22 too allegorical,

Pope 1:22 stanza not always well chosen, firit by Pisan poets taught,

Smith 193 himself affects the obsolete,

Pope 2:219 in his Shepherd's Calendar, not to be match’d, Dry.5:18 in his dialect, imitated the Doric,

Dry 5:18 excels in paftoral,

Dry. I

1:264 in ancient tales amused,

Add. 34 art predominates in,

Den. 55 like Aurora,

Den. 54 Milton's original,

Dry. 3.: 14 imitated,

Pope 1 : 344 imitation of,

Spenser,

Pope

1:22

Pitt 390

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Fent. 240

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Thom. 1:52 Butl. 1:324. Butl. 1:295

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Spenser, no uniformity in his design,

Dry. 7:116borrowed his characters from the then living, id. 116 his verses numerous and various,

id. 116 pearls in muddy waters lie, Sphinx, riddle of

Prior 2: 239 Sphinx's riddles durft explaing

Pope 1: 278 Spice-islands, view of,

Dyer. 117 Spick and span I have enough,

Swift 2 : 264 I keep no antiquated stuff, Swift.2 :

2 : 264 Spider only spins on dark days,

Butl. 2:289 cunning and fierce, mixture abhorred,

saints, what,
Spiders never seek the fly,
Spikenard, his grace,

Parn. 198
Spinning, several methods of,

Dyer 83 Spinosa, atheistical notions of,

according to, universe, God, Spiral tops and copple-crowns,

Swift 2: 176
Spirit, like a dove,

the soul's eternal guide,
warm, poffess and fill my mind,
equally divine,

Parn. 261 with holy transports refine the brealty Parn. 261 Spirits die only by annihilation,

Milt. 1:184 light militia, of the lower ky,

Pope I : 128 Spire, what will it not ?

Gay 2 : 107 Splay-foot rhymes in small poets,

Butl. 1 : 107 Spleen, parent of vapours, and of female wit, Pope 1 : 146

who givest the hysteric or poetic fit, Pope 1 : 146 who ruleft the sex to fifty from fifteen, Pope 1 :

146 23

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Dlack. 119 Black. 119

Milt. 2:152

Parn. 255 Parn. 255

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