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HENDERSON, elegy on Captain Mat-

Lamentations, 501-504
thew, 455

Land othe leal, the, 325
HERCULES, the birth and infancy of, Lapland love-song, 329

Lares, hymn to the, 231
403, 404
HERMEAs of Atarnæ, ode to, 400

LAWRENCE, MR, sonnet to, 113
HERRICK, dialogue between, and Ama- Leicester, to my Lord of, 266
ryllis, 224

Liberty, ode to, 471—3
HEZEKIAH's song of thanksgiving, 497

Life, the good, long, 30, 352—353 :
Hohenlinden, 457

through death, 35: desire of long, 76:
Home, 74

the shortness and uncertainty of, 153,
Hope, 137, 265

335: the means to attain a happy,
Horatius CoçLES, 177

129: the winter of, 249: the cha-
Humility, 23, 41

racter of a happy, 308: the shortness
Hymn after foreign travels, 87: even- of and uncertainty of riches, 316,
ing, 5

317: the solitary, 319; the praise of

a religious, 391, 392: the quiet, 319:
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the country, 343
IAMUS, 411

Light, hymn to, 193—197
Ideal, the pursuit of the, 229

Lines on returning a blank book, 237,
Il penseroso, 180

238
Incarnation, the, 303, 304

Litany of the Holy Spirit, 209
Independence, 387

Little is best, 19
Infant, to a dying, 318

LOFFT, CAPEL, sonnet to, 134
Ingratitude, 147

Loss, the, 176
In memoriam, 205, 305—7

London, 1802, 126
Insensibility, happy, 377

Lotos-eaters, the, 99
Invocation of the spirit of delight,

Louisa, 327

Love, true, 58 : tyranny of, 61: univer-
Ion, morning song of, 421

sal rule of, 141: ydUKúrikpos, 97: and
Iona, 269

time, 110: and music, 179: philoso-
Iser, the, 300

phy of, 198 : claim to, 226: young,
ISRAEL, lament for, 6: destruction of, 218: faithful, 280; immortality of,
286: the exodus of, 354

310: love-song, 329, 330 : immoderate,

420: mediocrity in, rejected, 216:
J

the perfection of, 508

Lover, the desponding, 59, 274: the
JERUSALEM, modern, 449

daybreak of the, 36: the injured, 52
Jew, song for the wandering, 199:

LUCASTA, to, 262
God's judgment against the Jews,

Lucre, love of, 296
286, 494

LUCY, 178
John Anderson, 210

Lute, to his, 250
Joys fly fast, 8: visions of departed, 21

Lyrics for legacies, I
Justice, the triumph of, 426

LYTTELTON, monody to the memory of

Lady, 506, 507
K

258, 259

KEPLER, John, prayer of, 311
King, the true, 358

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MAIDEN, song of the dying, 22
Man, shortsightedness of, 35: man's

medley, 450
Marius amid the ruins of Carthage, 441
Mars, song of, 323

Laius, the murderer of, 414
Lament, a, 183

May, to, 379: the first of, 465

PATRICK's purgatory, 257
Melancholy, to, 180

Peace, to, 92, 374, 375, 385: the bless-
MEMNON's harp, 179

ings of, 93: heavenly, 309

Pelops and HIPPODAMIA, 410
Memory, the pains of, 136: invocation
of, 175: ode to, 299: a permanent

PHILLIS, 279, 313
blessing to the righteous, 295

PIEMONT, on the massacre in, 116
Modern Greece, 263

Poesy, progress of, 239, 333, 334: ad-
Milton's House, 115

dress to, from prison, 454
Misfortune, patience under, 284

Poet, obsequies of the, 96: house of
Moon, sonnet to the, 105

the, when the assault was intended
Morning, the beauties of, 244: the me- on the city of London, 115: trance
lodies of, 272

of the, ended, 164 : to his farm, 340
MORPHEUS, 156

Poetry, his, his pillar, 342
Mortality, on man's, 477

Praise, dream of human, 429
Moses, song of, 499, 500

Precepts, good, 32
Mourners, blessed, 350
Muse, the companionship of the, 454

Primrose, the, 50: to an early, 322:
Muses, a hymn to the, 83

to primroses filled with morning
Music, 3, 399: influence of, 47: power

dew, 519

Proof to no purpose, 213
of, 255, 409, 442
Mutability, 191, 356

Proserpine, song of, 57
Prosperity, 98

Pride, 419

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Nativity, ode on the, 371, 372, 373
Nature, the study of, brings not happi-

ness, 66: the noble, 30: the educa-

tion of, 282
Nautilus, to the, 431
Night, the lessons of, 393 : to the, 480
Nightingale, the, 326: to the, 114
Nymph, the, complaining for the death

of her fawn, 478

RAINBOW, the, 17
Redbreast, to the, 56
Redeem the past, 152
Reflections of an old man, 9
Regret, vanity of, 46, 446
Remembrance, III
Requiescat, 203
Resurrection, ode on the, 16
Retirement, pleasures of, 119
Riches, the uncertainty of, 316, 317
Rivulet, the, 298
Rock, the lone, 436
Rome, to, 408
Rose, the, 122
Ross, on the death of Colonel Charles,

in the action at Fontenoy, 332
Rule Britannia, 443

Oak, the, 230
October winds, 174
Ode to Evening, 518
ORPHEUS, 273: the prayer of, 65: and

the Sirens, 484—7
Otter, to the river, 132

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Pan, 95: song of the priest of, 201, 464:

hymn of, 247
Parable, a, 89
Paris, Juno's offer to, 248; the judg-

SABRINA, the spirit's address to, 256
Satyr, the, carrying Alexis, 437: leave-

taking of the, 469
Saxham, to, 435
Scott, Sir W., on his departure from

ment of, 424
Past and future, 221
Patience in adversity, 284

Scotland for Italy, 128
Sea, of the, 142: and land, 94; trea-

sures of the, 276

Seamen, the song of the, 245

Traitor, the, 173
Seasons, the round of the, 192: a sea- Tranquillity, 71
son for everything, 314

Treasures of the deep, the, 276
Self, dialogue between new and old, Trojan women, lament of, on the down-
331

fall of Troy, 423
September, 1815, 127

Troubles, on the folly of making, 54,
Serenade, 14

168, 388
SIDNEY, Sir Philip, on the death of, 11 TYRE, prophecy of destruction of, 493
Simile, a, 7
SIMON, panegyric on the high priest,

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son of Onias, 355
Simplicity in dress, 488

VENICE, on the extinction cf the re-
Sin, the unfailing doom of, 416

public of, 129: to, 439

VENUS, to, 369
Skylark, to a, 48, 450, 451, 452
Sleep, to, 123, 125

Vicissitude, pleasure of, 382-3

Violet, to the, 42: to violets, 140
Soldier, the Christian, 395—6
Solitude, 368, 470 : love of, 161, 162, 163

Virtue, beauty of, 62: man's surest
Song, Major Bellenden's, 10: a sad,

stay, 328: alone makes difference

between men and beasts, 433
22: Fitz-Eustace's, 172, 173: drink-

Vita est benefactis extendenda, 352,
ing song, 300: Wolfram's, 81

353
Songstress, the, 222
Sorrows still pursue, 277

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Sounds, midnight, 34: morning, 272
Spinning-wheel, song for the, 271

Ulysses and the Siren, 463

Unseen, faith in the, 479
Spirit of delight, invocation of, 258, 259:
the omnipresence of the great, 338:

Urn, on a Grecian, 3.
to the Almighty Spirit, 339

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Spring, 170, 171, 376, 381: return of,
220, 378: northern, 380: ode on the,

War, the scourge of, 407: the spoils of,

413
St John the Evangelist, 104

Warfare, Christian, 472
Star, to a, 240: to the evening, 294

Warrior, the, to his dead bride, 285:
State, the constitution of a, 459

the falcon on the wrist of the, 386
Storm, the, 489

Waterfall, the, 217
Summer, on the departure of, 90, 357

Welcome, 445
Sun, hymn to the, 430: under eclipse,

Winds, October, 174: ode to the west
402

wind, 481
Sympathy, blessing of, 77

Winter, 461: the approach of, 139: on
Swallow, to the, 370

the winter solstice 1740, 149: the

winter's evening, 261 : the winter of
T

life, 249: the pleasantness of, 297:
Tears, vanity of, 25, 284

ode, to, 458
THALABA's wanderings, 286

Wish, a, 257: Cowley's, 160, 510
Thermopylæ, 166

WOLFRAM's song, 81
The last man, 515

Woman, 290
THOMSON, JAMEs, ode on the death of, World, the, 49: enmity with the, 161,

162, 163 : world's wanderers, the, 44
344, 345
Timber, the, 349

Y
Tine, 223: breedeth change, 384: and
love, 110

YEAR, the, 192
To-morrow, 466

Youth, 283

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A dew-drop, falling on the wild sea-wave
A μέν ούθ' ίστων παλιμβάμους έφίλησεν οδούς
A power is passing from the earth
A slumber did my spirit seal
A trouble, not of clouds, or weeping rain
Abused mortals ! did

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know
'Αχαλίνων στομάτων
'Ακτίς Αελίου, τί, πολύσκοπε
Again those sounds sweep on
Ah, fading joy, how quickly art thou past
Ah, happy Isle, how art thou chang'd and curst
Ah! who can tell how hard it is to climb
Alas! alas ! thou turn'st in vain.
Alas, how light a cause may move
Alas! regardless of their doom
All earthly charms, however dear
All the earth and air
All the world's bravery, that delights our eyes
All worldly shapes shall melt in gloom
'Αλλ' επεί σπλάγχνων ύπο μάτερος
Almighty Spirit, thou that by
And said I that my limbs were old
And yet, as Angels in some brighter dreams
And what though winter will pinch severe .
And when the sun begins to fling
Apollo king Apollo
'Αρετά πολύμοχθε γένει βρoτεία
"Αρματα μέν τάδε λαμπρά τεθρίππων
Art thou poor, yet hast thou golden slumbers
As an eagle, fed with morning
As rising on its purple wing
As when it happeneth that some lovely town
As, when the new-born phenix takes his way
Ask me no more, my truth to prove
Ask me no more where Jove bestows
Ask me why I send you here
Ask not the cause why sullen Spring,
At thy appearance, Grief itself is sad
Avenge, O Lord, thy slaughter'd saints, whose bones
Awake, awake, my Lyre
Awake, Aeolian lyre, awake
Awake, thou wintry earth

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Bardolph! I say
Begin the song, and strike the living lyre
Beloved of God, to thee was given
Beneath a thick and silent shade
Beyond the Acherontian pool
Beyond the measure vast of thought
Blest youth, regardful of thy doom
Brightly, brightly hast thou fled
Bring me flowers all young and sweet
Brood not on things gone by
But, ah ! what liveth long in happiness
But am I sole heir
But lately

seen in gladsome green
But that immortall spirit, which was deckt
But thou who own'st that earthly bed
But when through all the infernal bounds
But who the melodies of morn can tell
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Call it not vain :-they do not err
Cal is the morn without a sound
Can I cease to care
Can Love again

o'er this sad breast
Captain Bodabill, why muse you so
Captain or Colonel, or Knight in arms
Care, thou canker of all joys
Care-charmer sleep, son of the sable Night
Χαίρε μοι, Ρώμα, θυγάτηρ 'Αρηος
Carthage! I love thee—thou hast run
Cease, rude Boreas, blust'ring railer
Child of the Spring! thou charming flower
Χρυσέα φόρμιγξ, Απόλλωνος και ιοπλοκάμων
Cicada! thou who, tipsy with the dews
Come, gentle Venus, and assuage
Come, little infant, love me now
Come, peace of mind, delightful guest
Come take a woodland walk with me
Come, worthy Greeke, Ulysses, come
Consider

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'Εγώ και διά μούσας
'Εγω δε πλόκαμον αναδέτοις
Εί τα δάκρυ ημίν των κακών ην φάρμακον
Ειρήνα βαθύπλουτε και
Είς όρος, μία δε βροτοίς έστιν ευτυχίας οδός
Emblem of life, see changeful April sail
Ere, in the northern gale
"Έρωτες υπέρ μέν άγαν ελθόντες
Every mortal, small or great
"Ηλθεν δ' υπό σπλάγχνων υπ' ωδινός τ' έρατας Ιαμος

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