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Wall, 106

110

II2

120

I21

122

Waller, on Fletcher's plays,

to Sandys, on his translation of the Bible, 107 to Henry Lawes,

108 to Davenant on Gondibert,

109 to Wase, on Gratius, to Evelyn, on Lucretius, to Higgins, on Venetian triumph,

113 verses to Dr. Rogers,

114 Chloris and Hylas,

116 answer of Suckling's verfes,

117 to a friend on success of love, apology for having loved before, to Zelinda, to lady Morton,

*123 to a lady playing with a snake,

125 Night-piece, translation of part of Virgil's 4th Æneis, on picture of a fair youth,

133 on a brede of divers colours,

133 panegyric to Protector,

134 of a war with Spain, &c.

141 on death of Protector,

145 to the king, on his return,

146 on St. James's park,

150 of invasion and defeat of Turks, to the queen on her birth-day,

song on her birth-day, of her majesty, on New-year's-day,

160 of tea, commended by her majesty,

761 prologue for the lady-actors,

Waller,

126 128

155 153

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Waller, of mother to prince of Orange,

Wall. 162 to dutchess of Orleans,

163 on new-buildings at Somerset-house,

163
of a tree cut in paper,

165
to a lady, who recovered the above copy, 166
of Mary, princess of Orange,
to prince of Orange,

168
of Englith verse,

171 on Roscommon's Ars Poetica of Horace,

172 ad comitem Monumetenfem,

174 to Killigrew, on altering Pandora,

175 on Monmouth's expedition to Scotland, 176 to a friend of the author, &c.

178 to author of British princes,

179
to Creech, on his Lucretius,

180
triple combat,
of an elegy on Rochester,

183
to Chloris,
on loss of D. of Cambridge,

184
instructions to a painter,

185 to the king,

196 presage of ruin of Turks,

197
to the dutchess,

199
verses written in the Talso of the dutchefs,
on Higgins,

203
epigrams, epitaphs, and fragments,
to Lansdowne,

Lanf. 131

131 to memory of,

132 Waller

182

184

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Divine poems,

233

Lansdowne to,

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Add. 37
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Waller fhall never die,

Lanf. 133 the Muse's darling,

133 a poet, with a plentiful estate,

* 133 like Cato's was his speech,

*134
like Ovid's was his song,

134
first gave weight and measure,
imitated,
was smooth,
courtly,
harmonious,
can shew Cromwell's innocence,
compliment the storm, that bore him hence, Add. 37
verse smooth as the fair,

Fent. 240

Fent. 325
fung of Sacharissa's pride,
taught the lute to breathe his pain,
his muse by Nature form’d to please,
maker, and model, of harmonious verse,

Fent. 329
politely form’d, to profit and to please,
Wall-fruit,

Thom. I: 129
Wallington-house, lines in a window "at,
Walls have tongues, and hedges ears,

Pbil. 7
Walnut, in rough-furrow'd coat secure,
impairs all generous fruit,

Pbil. 42 Walpole (Sir Robert),

minister of England's weal, A. Phil. 365 epigile to,

2 Sav. innocence distress'd flies to,

Sav. 93 Walsh, poems by,

- to his book,

Fent. 328
Fent. 328
Fent. 328

Hugbes 270
Swift 2:41

A. Pbil. 365

s Young 3 : 209

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Walß 309

309 Walla,

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Wallh, unrewarded lover,

epigram by,
power of verse,
death,
to his false miftress,

the antidote,
-- on a favour offered,

the reconcilement; +
dialogue,
Lyce,
fair mourner,
love and jealousy,

the petition,
-- on quitting his mistressz

against marriage,
epigrams;
to Cælia,
retirement,

despairing lover,
· song,

to Phyllis,
to a lady, resolved against marriage,
pastoral eclogues,
best critic,

the Muses's judge and friend,
Watts, Horæ Lyricæ,

worthiping with fear; asking leave to fing, divine judgements, earib and heaven,

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317, 325

320 321 322 322 324 324 325 326 327 323 329 330 331

333 334,-339

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Cong. 67
Pope 1 : 226

l'niverse

Valears

Vanatu Vorest Unripe

Hughes 221

Unruly

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Unthit

· frame, is man's short span, capacious of? Aker. 42

Unbelief is blind,

Milt. 3:139
Unbelievers impioufly despise the sacred oracles,
Unblemish'd let me live, or die unknown,
Unbodied souls, images of air,

Pope odo 4:235 impassive semblance, Pope od. 4:235 Unchang’d the lion's valiant race remains,

We4181
Uncommon worth is still with fate at strife,

Pitt 394
fill inconsistent with a length of life, ib.
Undoing ! still to love and love in vain,
Unequal fight! when youth contends with age, Pope od.4:118
Unfading youth, with impotence of mind,

Fent. 294
Unfaithful maid-servants executed by Ulyffes, Popeod. 4:214
Unfather's product of disgrace,

Pope od. 4 : 141
Unforeseen is unprepared,
Unfortunate lady, elegy on,
Unguarded virtue human arts defies,

Smith 189
Unhappy Dryden !
Great! in love with cares,

Broome 41
Union,

49 -- one stem the thistle and the rose shall bear, Rowe 49

Fint. 220
the bond of all things,

mysterious of the human with the divine nature, Pom. 333
Union-croffes o'er the Seine shall wave,
Unison strings found alike,
Unities give plays their grace,

Buck. 75
Universal apparition,

cures, to quack off,

Unint

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