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Landon, L. E. Last Verses of, ii. 451 LITHGOW, WILLIAM, i.

254 Lyndsays, the-Their Removal from
LANDOR, WALTER SAVAGE, ii. 350 Liturgy at Edinburgh, Reception of

Braehead, ii.
Landscape Painters, Advice to, ii. 298 the, in 1637, i.

477 LYON, CAPTAIN, ii.

676
LANGHORNE, DR JOHN, ii.
72 LLOYD, Robert, ii.

91
LYTTELTON, LORD), ii.

47
LANGLAND, ROBERT, i.

11
Loch, CAPT. G. G. ii.
082 Mab, Queen, Opening of, ii,

398
Langsyne, ii.
475 Lochaber no More, i.

MACAULAY, Thomas B. ii. 464-471, 695
Langsyne, in the Days o', ií.
506 Lochinvar, Young, ii.

384 | Macbeth, Part of the Story of, i. 71
Laodamia, ii.
331 | Locke, John, i.
508-516 MACCULLOCH, Dr J. ii.

703
LARDNER, NATHANIEL, ii.

217 | LOCKHART, J. G. ii.
597-600, 647 Mac-Flecknoe, i.

363
La Roche, Story of, ii.
156 Loddon, on Revisiting the River, ii. 100 MACKAY, CHARLES, ii.

472, 700
Last Man, from the, ii.
374 | LODGE, THOMAS, i.

170 MACKENZIE, HENRY, ii. 156, 177-180
LATIMER, Hugh, i.
64 Lodgings for Single Gentlemen, ii. MACKENZIE, SIR GEORGE, i.

530
LAUDER, SIR T. D. ii.
601 Logan Braes, ii.

493 MACKINTOSH, SIR JAMES, ii. 638, 649
Laughter, i.
268 Logan, John, ii.

97-99 Mackintosh in Defence of Mr Pel-
Lavinia, Episode of, ii.
16 London Earthquakes and London

tier, for a Libel on Napoleon Bona-
Law, Rev. W. ii.
216 Gossip, ii. .

251
parte, ii.

640
LAWRENCE, MR, ii.
703 London Gaming-house, an Indian's MACKLIN, MR, ii.

148
Lawsuit, a Carman's Account of a, i. 50 Account of a, i.

529 MACNEILL, HECTOR, ii.

488-490
Lawyer's Farewell to his Muse, ii. 74 London, the Great Fire in, i

420) MACPHERSON, Dr D, ii.
LAYAMON, i.

5 London, the Great Plague in, i. 621 MACPHERSON, JAMES, ii. 77-81, 192
Lays of Ancient Rome, from the, London, the November Fog of, ii. 479 M CRIE, DR Thomas, ii.

645
ii.
468-470 London at Sunrise, ii.

603 M'CULLOCH, J. R. ii.

701
Le Fevre, the Story of, ii. : 171 London, Walking the streets of, i. 573 M'DIARMID, MR, ii,

700
Learning, Absurdity of Useless, i. 648 LONDONDERRY, MARQUIS OF, ii. 684 MADDEN, Dr R. R. ii.

677
Learning and Wisdom, i.
284 Long-Ago, the, ii.
473 Madeline at her Devotions, ii.

405
LEE, NATHANIEL, i.
390 Loss, the, i.

320 Madrigal-(Amaryllis I did woo), i. 127
LEE, SOPHIA AND Harrier, ii. 547 Lost Feelings, ii.

456 Madrigal, Rosalind's, i.

171
Legend of St Francis, i.
55 Lot, the Common, ii.
420 Magnificat, the, i.

36
Leighton, Bishop, Death and Cha Lot of Thousands, the, ii.

280 Mahomet, Appearance and Charac-
racter of, i.
488 Lothario, Calista's Passion for, i. 591 ter of, ii.

197
LELAND, DR, ii.
192 LOUDON, JOHN CLAUDIUS, ii.

MAHON, Lord, ii.

643
LELAND, JOHN, i.
Louis XIV. Letter from Scarron in Maid's Lament, the, ii.

351
LELAND, Joux, ii.
217 the Next World to, i. .
528 MAITLAND, SIR RICHARD, i.

155
Leonidas, Address of, ii.
113 Love-Turn I my looks unto the MALCOLM, JOAN, ii.

473
LESLEY, JOHN, i.
304 skies), i.

171 MALCOLM, Sir John, ii. 646, 677, 679
LESLIE, CHARLES, i.

667 Love[From the New Inn), i. 195 Malfy, Duchess of, Scenes froni the, i. 212
L'ESTRANGE, SIR ROGER, I. 423 Love-(Anger in hasty words or MALLET, DAVID, ii.

40
Levellers, Remonstrance with, i. 75 blows), i.

326 MALTBY, DR EDWARD, ii.

655
Leven Water, Ode to, ii.
67 Love-(Why should we kill the best

MALTHUS, REV. T. R. ii.

701
LEVER, C. ii.
028 of passions, Love?) ii.

140 Mammon, cannot Serve God and, i.
Levett, Dr Robert, on the Death of, Love(All thoughts, all passions, all Man, all Things not Made for, i. 526
1782, ii.
30 delights), ii.
344 Man, the Dignity of, i.

109
LEWIS, M. G. ii. 374-378, 511, 558 Love (Hail love, first love, &c.), Man of Ross, the, i.

564
LEYDEN, John, ii.
288-292 ii.

413

Man whoso Thoughts are not of this
Libels, i.
284 Love-Its Glorifying Influence, ii, 584

World, ii.

10
Liberty, i.
516 Love Anticipated after Death, i. 381 MANDEVILLE, BERNARD, I.

624
Liberty, English, ii.
265 Love and Beauty, i.

381

MANDEVILLE, SIR Jonx, i.
Liberty and Government, i.
406 Love of Country, ii.

382, 656
Maniac, Description of a, ii.

455
Liberty, Ode to, ii.
33 Love, Early, i.

98

Mankind-(Men are but children of
Liberty of the Press, i.
399 Love of Fame, ii.

11 a larger growth), i.

381
Libraries, i.

241 Love and Happiness, Effects of, on Manners in New York in the Dutch
Library, upon the sight of a Great, i. 276

the Mind, ii.
625 Times, ii. .

593, 596
Life, the Country, i.
141, 359 Love, Hope, and Patience in Educa MANNING, ROBERT, i.

7
Life, the Courtier's, i.

48
tion, ii.

345

Mansell, Letter to Dr Francis, i. 255
Life, Death, and Immortality, on, ii. 8 Love Inconcealable, i.

139 MANTELL, DR, ii.

703
Life and Death Weighed, i.
187 Love for Love, Scenes from, i. 596 Marcelia, ii.

441
Life, Decay of, i.
130 Love, Pastoral, i.
208 MARCET, Mrs, ii.

701
Life, Human, ii.
8 Love, Persuasions to, i.

121 Marie Antoinette, Queen of France, ii. 231
Life and Immortality, ii.
107 Love, Picture of Domestic, ii.

371 Mariner, Rime of the Ancient, ii. . 337
Life, on the Increased Love of, with Love, the Power of, i.

209 Mariner's Hymn, ii.

461
Age, ii.
225 Love, Rondel of, i.
154 Mariner's Wife, the, ii.

72
Life, Married, Happiness of, i.

214
Love Scene by Night in a Garden, Mariners of England, ye, ii.

373
Life, the Middle Station of, ii. 205 i.

182, 183 Mark Antony over Cæsar's Dead
Life, Miseries of Man's, i.
295 Love, Unequal, i.
218 Body, i.

185
Life not too Short, i.
439 Love, Unhappy, i.

324, 327 Mark Antony and Ventidius, his
Life in Rome, Inconveniences of, Love in Women, i.

392 General, Scene Between, i. 342-384
i.

373, 374
Love's Servile Lot, i.

96 Markham, Isabella, Sonnet on, i.
Life, Shortness of, and Uncertainty LOVELAÇE, RICHARD, i.

MARLOW, CHRISTOPHER, i.

84, 171
of Riches, i.
316 LOVER, SAMUEL, ii.

628 Marlow's Faustus, Scenes from, i. 172
Life, the Shortness of, i.
129 | Lover, the Careless, i.

136 Marlow's Edward II. Scene from, i.
Life -- Unreasonableness of Com-
Lover, the Re-cured, Exulteth in his Marmion, Death of, ii.

383
plaints of its Shortness, i.
648 Freedom, i.

48 | Marriage-Its Importance, i.

293
Life, Vicissitudes of, i.

189 Lover's Lute cannot be Blamed, Marriage not Free from all Incon-
Life-What is it? ii.
427 &c. i.

47 veniences, i.

414
Life's Progress, i.
580 Lovers, the Parting of, ii.
474 Marriage, Dialogue on, i.

586
LILLO, WILLIAM, i.
591 Lowe, John, ii.
126 Marriage a Lottery, i.

519
Lily, the, ii.
283 | Lowth, Dr Robert, ii.

216 Marriage, in Prospect of - (Lady
LINDSAY, LORD, ii.
678 LOWTH, DR WILLIAM, i.

665 Mary to E. W. Montagu, Esq.] i. 651
Lines Composed a Few Miles above Loyalty Confined, i.

231 Married, Advice to the, ii.

73
Tintern Abbey, on Revisiting the Lucasta, to, on Going to the Wars, i. 145 MARRYAT, CAPTAIN F. ii

..

622
Banks of the Wye, ii.
327 Lucy, ii.

326 MARSII, DR IERBERT, ii.
Lines-(My heart leaps up, &c.) ii. 326 Lucy's Flittin', ii.

MARSTON, JOHN, i.

215
Lines-There is a charm in footing Lute, Drummond to his, i.

MARTINEAU, Miss H. ii.

625
slow), ii.
406 Luther, Martin, Character of, ii. 187 MARVELL, ANDREW, i.

342
Lines Written in the Churchyard of
Luxury, Estimate of the Effects of, ii. 203 Mary of Castle Cary, ii. .

4280
Richmond, Yorkshire, ii.
411 Lycidas, Passage from, i.

Mary, to-(Mrs Unwin), ii.
Lines W ten in a Lonely Burial Lyckpenny, the London, i.

Mary Queen of Scots, Character of, ii. 187
Ground in the Highlands, ii. 435 LYDGATE, JOHN, i.

37 Mary's Dream, ii.

126
LINGARD, DR JOHN, ii.
640 LYELL, CHARLES, ii.
703 Mason, Mrs, Epitaph on, ii.

58
Lion, the Tiger, and the Traveller, i. 574 Lying, i.

010 MASON, WILLIAM, ii.

57
LISTER, T. H. i.
603, 646 LYLY, John, i.

166 Masques, Court, of the Seventeenth
Literary Advertisement, ii. 364 LYNDSAY, SIR DAVID, i.

49 Century, i.

193-203

.

.

.

174

337

389

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MASSINGER, PHILIP, i. .

216 Misfortune, Compassion for, i. 218 NAPIER, COLONEL W. P. P. ii.
MASSON, CHARLES, ii.
680 Missionaries, the Greenland, ii. 259 NAPIER, LORD, ii.

68), FRA
Mathematical Learning, Usefulness Missionary Hymn, ii.

409 NASH, C. ii.
of, i.
646 MitPORD, MARY RUSSELL, ii. 521, 618 NASH, THOMAS, i.

168
MATHEWS, HENRY, ii.
672 MITFORD, WILLIAM, ii.

634 National Partiality and Prejudice, i. 647
MATHIAS, THOMAS J. ii.

Modena,'the Sleeping Figure of, ii. 442 Nations, Uncertainty of the Early
Matin Hymn, i.
132 Modern Greece, Picture of, ii.

History of, i.
Matrimonial Happiness-[Lady Mary Modern Manners and Innovations, Nativity, Hymn on the,

i. 331-333
to E. W. Montagu, Esq.) i.

651 Contempt for-[From Marriage], ii. 603 Natural Philosophy, the Study of,
MATURIX, REV. C. R. ii. 516, 584 Modern State of Ancient Countries, i. 254 Favourable to Religion, i.

517
MAXWELL, W. H. ii.

628 Modesty, as opposed to Ambition, i. 410 Nature, Complaint of, ii.
Maxwell, the Young, ii.

500 Mohammedan's Lecture on Christian Nature, on the Love of, ii. 210,
May Day, ii.

300
Vices, i.

32 Nature, Study of, Recommended, i. 84
May, the First of, i.

162 Mohammeda System, Religious Sta Navy, the British, i.
May Morning, on, i.
333 tus of Women in the, ii.

678 Neæra, on, i.
May Morning at Ravenna, ii. 423 Morr, D. M. ii.

473, 601 Neglect, of, i.
May, Song to, ii. .

362 MONBODDO, LORD_[James Burnet), Nehushta, the Bower of, ii.
MAY, THOMAS, i,
264 ii.

249 Newcastle Apothecary, ii.
MAYNE, JOHN, ii.
492 Monk, the-Scene of Conjuration by NEWCASTLE, DUCHESS OF, i.

3.18
MAYO, MR, ii.
703 the Wandering Jew, ii. 658-560 Newspapers, i.

310, 533
Mean and Sure Estate, of the, i. 48 Monkey, the, ii.

463 NEWTON, SIR ISAAC, i.
Mecca, the Caravan of, ii.

19 MONTAGU, LADY MARY WORTLEY, Newtonian Philosophy, Anecdote of
Medicean Venus at Florence, Sta-

i.

650-654 the Discovery of the, i.
tue of the, ii.

673 MONTGOMERY, ALEXANDER, I. 156 New-Year, the, i.
Meditation-(Thou, God, that rulist MONTGOMERY, JAMES, ii.

415-420 New York, Manners in, During the
and reign'st in light), i.
226 MONTGOMERY, ROBERT, ii.

455 Dutch Times, ii.
Meditation--Its Design, i.
280) Moon, Address to the, ii.

78 NICHOL, PROFESSOR, ii.
Meditation when we go to Bed, i. 225 | Moon, Elephant in the, i. 349-352 NICOLL, ROBERT, ii.

305, 306
Medway and the Thames, Wedding Moon, How a man may Fly to the, i. 447 Nicolsox, DR WILLIAN, I.

62
of the, i.

92 Moonlight Night, with fine Music, i. 184 Night, i.
Melancholy, i.
203 Moonlight at Sea-Memory of Absent Night, ii.

417, 442
Melancholy, Abstract of, i.
272 Friends, ii.

364 | Night in a Camp, i.
Melancholy, Cures for, i.
578 Mooncroft, W.ii.

679 Night-Piece, a City, ii.
Melancholy and Contemplation, i. 272 MOORE, DR JOHN, ii

549, 550 Night, to the - Shipwrecked Soli-
MELAIOTH, WILLIAM, ii.
243 Moore, Sir John, the Burial of, ii. 410

tary's Song, ii.
Melrose Abbey, Description of, ii.

MOORE, THOMAS, ii. 363-36, 646 | Nightingale, Sonnet to a, i.
MELVIL, SIR JAMES, i.

Moorish Host, Attack of, ii.

368 Nightingale, Address to the, i.
Memory, Pleasures of, ii.

316 Moral Feelings Instinctive, i. 436 Nightingale, Ode to a, ii.
Memory, Rules for Improving the, i. 413 Moral Influence of Evening-{From Nile, Bruce at the Sources of the, ii. 3
Men of Old, the, ii.
473 Alison's Sirmon on Autumn], ii.

Nith, to the River, ii.
Men, the Succession of Races of, ii. MORE, Dr HENRY, I.

452 No Man can be Good to All, i.
Men's Understandings, Causes of MORE, HANNAH, ii.

578-580 Nobility, the Order of, ii.
Weakness in, i.
512 MORE, SIR THOMAS, i.

59 Nocturnal Reverie, i.
Mental Vigour, Prerequisites of -
More, Lady, Letter to, i.

Norman French, Introduction of, i
[Note), i.

309 More's (Sir T.] Resignation of the Norman Poets of England, the, i
Mercy, i.

Great Seal, i.

270 NORMANBY, MARQUIS OF, ii.
Merle and Nightingale, i.

MORGAN, LADY-[Sidney Owenson), North-West Passage, Davis', Veryage
Mermaid, the, ii.
298) ii.

504), 672 in Search of, i.
MERRICK, JAMES, ii.
120 MORIER, JAMES, ii.
604, 677 Norton, Mrs, ii.

49, 00
Messiah, the, i.

MORLEY, COUNTESS OF,

603 Norwegian Yeomanry, ii.
Metrical Romances, English, i.

Morning, ii.

413 Navelists, Modern, ii.
MICKLE, WILLIAM Julius, ii. 70 Morning, Description of, i. 390, 548 | NUGENT, LORD, ii.
Middle Ages-Progress of Freedom, ii. 18+ Morning Landscape, ii.

107 | Nut-Brown Maid, the, i.
Middle Station of Life, the, ii.
205 Morning in May, i.

44 | Nymph Complaining for the Death
MIDDLETON, DR CONYERS, ii. 181, 216 Morning in Warwickshire, i.

of hor Fawn, i.
MIDDLETON, THOMAS, i.
213 Morpheus, Song to, i.

323 Nymph's Reply to the Passionate
Midnight Repose, i.

Mors Tua, i.

130

Shepherd, i.
Midnight Scene, i.
217 Mortification, i.

133 Oak and the Briar, Fable of the, i.
Midnight Wind, the, ii.
MORTON, THOMAS, ii.

Oblivion, i.
Milkmaid, the Fair and Happy, Moschus, Note to, i.

320 Obscurity, of, i.
i.

278 Moses Concealed on the Nilo--[Dar. Obscurity, Wishes for, i.
MILL, JAMES, ii.
642, 701 win), ii.

270 Occupations, Choice of, i.
MILLER, MR, ii.

700 Mosque of the Bloody Baptism at Ocean, Address to tho-Procter), ii. 41
MILLER, THOMAS, ii.
620 Cairo, Legend of the, ii.

Ocean, Apostrophe to the--[Byron),
MILLINGEN, DR, ii.
703 Moss, THOMAS, ii.

125 ii.
MILLS, CHARLES, ii.

Mother's Grave, my, ii.

477 Ocean, the Dry Bed of the, i.
MILNAN, HENRY IIART, ii. 416, 614 Mother's Jleart, the, ii.

460 Ode to Aurora on Melissa's Birth-
MILNES, W. MONCKTON, ii.

472 MOTHERWELL, WILLIAM, ii. 503-505 day, ii.
MILTON, JOHx, i.
328-331, 32 Mountain Children, ii.

462 Ode on the Death of Mr Thomson, ii. 34
Milton, on, i.
365 Mountain Daisy, to a, ii.

484 Ode to the Departing Year-(1795), ii ?
Milton and Spenser, i.
*9 Mouse, the Town and Country, i.

Ode on a Distant Prospect of Eton
Milton's Literary Musings, i.
397 MUDIE, ROBERT, ii.

700 College, ii.
Mind, Operations of the, in the Pro Multitude, Inconstancy of the,

Ode to the Duke of Wellington,
duction of Works of Imagination, Mummy, Address to, ii.

1814, ii. .
ii.

MUNDAY, ANTHONY, i.

174 | Ode to Evening, ii.
Mind, Richard's Theory of, i.

MURCHISON, MR, ii.

703 Ode on Hearing the Drum, ii.
Mind, my, to Me a Kingdom is, i.

MURE, WILLIAM, ii.

671 Ode from Horace, i.
Minden, Death of Eliza at the Battle MURPHY, ARTHUR, ii.

141 Ode -- (How are thy servants blest,
of, ii.
272 MURRAY, Hon. C. A. ii.

629 O Lord!) i.
Minister Acquiring and Losing Office, MURRAY, LIEUT. ALEXANDER, ii. 682 Ode, in Imitation of Alcæus, ii.
i.

641 Muse, Companionship of tho, i. 125 Ode to Independence, ii.
Ministers, Wise, distinguished from Muse, the Modest, i.

355 Ode to an Indian Gold Coin, il.
Cunning, i.
Music, Church, i.

Ode to Leven Water,
Minstrel, Opening of the, ii.
105 Music by Night, i.

275 Ode to Liberty, ii.
Minstrel's Song in Ella, ii.
87 | Music, on Scottish, ii.

211 Ode to a Nightingale, ii.
Miracle Plays, i.
163 | Music, Scottish Scenery and, ii. 131 Ode on the Passions, ii.

39
Mirrour for Magistrates, Allegorical Music's Duel, i.

150 Ode to Solitude, ii.

119
Characters from the, i.

Musings on Eternity, ii.

456 Ode to my Son, aged Three Years
Mirza, the Vision of, i.
610 Myself, of-[Sir T. Browne), i.

and Five Months-[Hood], ii.
Miscellaneous Thoughts from Butler's Myself, of-[A. Cowley), i.

401 Ode to Spring, ii.
Remains, i.

352 Nabob, the, ii.
Miser, Picture of a, ii.

275 Ode-(The spacious firmament on
415 NABBES, THOMAS, i.

216 high), i.

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Ode to a Tobacco-pipe, ii.
135 | Pedantry in England, Decline of, i. 507 POOLE, JOHN, ii.

625
Ode Written in the Year 1746, ii. 32 Pedlar's Story, ii.

488 Poor Country Widow, Description
Oileus, the Fountain at the Dwelling PEELE, GEORGE, i, .

166 of a, i.

18
113 | Pekin, Scene at, ii.

681 Poor Gentleman, Passages from the,
O'KEEFE, JOnn, ii. .

Pelican Island, the, ii.
418 ii.

527-530
Old Age and Death, i.
328 Pembroke, Countess, Epitaph on, i. 114 Poor Relations, i.

358
Old Age, Growing Virtuous in, i.

PENN, WILLIAM, i.

463 Poor, Rural, Appeal to Country Jus-
Old Familiar Faces, the, ii.
356 Penn's Advice to his Children, i.

tices in behalf of the, ii.

73
Old Men, Miscalculations of, ii. 140 PENNANT, THOMAS, ii.

POPE, ALEXANDER, I. • 553-357, 635
Old and Young Courtier, i.

Penny Magazine, &c. ii.
703 Pope in Oxford, i.

636
OLDYS, WILLIAM, ii.
121 Penshurst, to, i.

114 Pope to Lady Mary W. Montagu, i. 637
On my First Daughter, i.

Penshurst, at, i. .

327 Pope to Gay on his Recovery, i. 639
Ophelia's Drowning, i.
187 PERCY, DR THOMAS, ii.

75 Pope to Bishop Atterbury in the
OPLE, MRS, ii.

278, 560
Pericles and Aspasia, ii.
448 Tower, i.

640
Opinion, Prevalence of an, no Argu Perseverance, i.

187 Pope and Dryden, Parallel between,
ment for its Truth, i.
289 Persian Song of Hafiz, ii.
117 ii.

222
Opinions, Change of, ii.
658, 639 Persian Town, Sketch of a, ii. 679 Popish Plot, the, i.

424
Opinions and Prejudices, i.
658 Pestilence of the Fifteenth Century, PorteoUS, DR BEILBY, ii.

054
Opinions, Reverence for Ancient,

ii.
69 PORTER, ANNA MARIA, ii.

568
i.
288 Petrarch, the Celebrated Canzone of

PORTER, SIR R. K. ii.

677
Opinions, Toleration of other Men's, -Chiare, fresche, e dolce acque, ii. 425 Portrait, the-(Blacklock's), ii.
i.

516 | Philanthropy--Mr Howard, ii. 273 Portrait --- (She was a phantom of
Opium Eater, Dreams of the, ii.
Philips, AMBROSE, i.

delight), ii.

326
Oracles, i.
281 PHILIPS, JOHN, i.

375 POSTANS, CAPTAIN, ii.
Orange, Cultivation of the, and Ga Philips, KATHERINE, I.

359 POSTANS, Mrs, ii.

679
thering of the Fruit, ii. 686,687 Phillis, on, Walking before Sunrise, Potter and KENNETT, i.
Oroonoko, Scene from, i.
588 i.

148 Power and Activity, Distinction be-
Orphan Boy's Tale, ii.

200 Philosophers and Projectors, Satire tween, ii.
Orthodoxy and Heresy, i.
515 on Pretended-(Swift), i.

631 Power and Gentleness, or the Cata-
Ossian's Address to the Sun, ii. 78 Physic, Housewifery, i.

49 ract and the Streamlet, ii.

440
Othello's Relation of his Courtship Pibroch of Donuil Dhu, ii.

385 Power, Ignorance in, i.

444
to the Senate, i.
186 PICKEN, ANDREW,

601
Practice and Habit, i.

512
OTWAY, THOMAS, i.

PICKERING, Miss ELLEN, ii.

625
Prater, a, i.

409
OUSELY, SIR WILLIAM, ii.
677 Picture, to My--Randolph], i. 145 Prayer, on, i.

295
OVERBURY, SIR THOMAS, i.
277 Picture of Christmas Eve, ii.

Prayer--(Prayer is the soul's sincere
Overruled, of Being, i.
280 Picture of a Country Life, ii.
513 desire), ii.

420
OWEN, JOnx, i.
457 Picture of Domestic Love, ii.

371 Prayer-Like the low murniur of
Owl in the Twilight, i.
275 Picture of a Dungeon, ii.
344 the secret stream), ii.

478
Pæstum, ii.
Picture of an Irish Village and School Prayer and Early Rising, i.

318
Pagan Rites, Scene of, ii.
140 house, ii.

. 616-618
Prayer, a Poet's, ii.

459
Painted Window at Oxford, Lines Picture of a Poetical Enthusiast, ii. 417 Preacher, the Village, ii.

61
100 Picture of Twilight, ii.

Preaching, Inefficacy of more Moral,
Palamon and Arcite, i.

Picture of War, ii.

456 ii.
PALEY, DR WILLIAM, ii.
651-04 Pictures of Native Genius, ii.

458
Prejudices, i.

513
PALGRAVE, Sir FRANCIS, ii. 642 Piedmont, Massacre of the Protes Prejudices and Opinions, i.
Palestine, Picture of, ii.
4017 tants in, i.
333 PRESCOT, W. H. ii,

644
Pampas, Description of the, ii. 683 Pierce Plowman, Passages from, i. 11, 12 Press, the Liberty of the, i.

399
Pan, Ilymn to, ii.
405 Pilgrims and the Peas, ii.

PRICE, DR RICHARD, ii.

213
Pan, Song to, i.
210 Pindar, Peter, ii.
297 PRICE, SIR U'VEDALE, ii.

689
Paradise, Evening in, i.

340
PINKERTON, JOHN, ii.

Pride, False, Caution against, i.
Paradise, Morning in, i.

340 Pitt, WILLIAM-[Earl of Chatham), Pride, Human, Rebuke of, i. . 451
Paradise, Expulsion from, i.
341 ii.

252-251 Pride of Noble Birth, against the, i. 463
Paradise, Marks of, not utterly De Pity and Indignation, i.

267 Pride of Sir Giles Overreach in his
faced by the Flood, i.
246 Pixies of Devon, the, ii.
474 Daughter, i.

217
Parallel between Pope and Dryden, Plague in London, i.

621 Pride, Spiritual, i.
ii.

222 Platonic Representation of the Scale PRIDEAUX, DR HUMPHREY, i. 672
Pardoner's Tale, the,-i.
19 of Beauty and Love, i.
655 PRIESTLEY, DR JOSEPH, i.

213
Parish Work house and Apothecary, Pleasure, against, i.

359

Primrose, to an Early, ii.
ii.
311 Pleasure is Mixed with every Pain, i. 48 Primrose, to the Evening, ii.

440
Park, Mungo, ii.

Pleasure and Pain, i.

514 Primroses Filled with Morning Dew, i. 143
PARNELL, THOMAS, i.
576 Pleasure, Sinful, i.

244 Princess Charlotte of Wales, from
PARR, DR SAMUEL, ii.
655 Pleasure, Utopian Idea of, i.

60 the Funeral Sermon for the, ii. 658
PARRY, Sir EDWARD, i. 674-676 Pleasures of Amusement and Indus. Princess Royal, on the Birth of the, ii. 423
Parson, the Good, i.

try Compared, i.

PRINGLE, THOMAS, ii.

454
Parthenia, or Chastity, Description Pleasures of the Eye and Ear, ii. 2000 Printing, the Invention of, i.

67
of, i.
123 Plensures of Memory, from, ii. 310 PRIOR, JAMES, ii.

646
Parting, i.

320)
Pleasures of a Patriot, i.
619 PRIOR, MATTHEW, i.

535-540
Parting of Lovers, the, ij.

474 Pleasures, Wise Selection of, i. 431 Prior's Lines – For my own Monu-
Partridge at the Playhouse, ii. 164 Poet and the Rose, i.

573 ment,' i.
Party Zeal, i.
640 Poet, a Small, i.
408 PRITCHARD, DR, ii.

703
Passage of the Roi Sea, ii.

4018 Poetical Enthusiast,

ii.

417 Private Judgment in Religion, i. 287
Passions, i.
392 Poetical Genius, i.
504 Procrastination-[Cowley), i.

403
Passions, Odo on the, ii.

32 Poetry, Essay on, Passages from, i. 378 Procrastination-(Young), ii.
Pastoral, a, ii.
122, 134 Poetry, Moral Ain of, i.

75
PROCTER, B. W.ii.

441-446, 517
Pastoral Ballad, 1743, ii.
38 Poetry and Poets, i.

402
Prodigal Lady, the, i.

223
Pastoral Dialogue, i.
121 Poetry, Praiso of, i.
234 Prologue to Coriolanus, ii.

49
Pastoral Employments, i.

129 Poets, Ancient, Translations of the, Prologue to King David and Fair
Pastoral, the First, i.

49-1 Bethsabe, i.

167
Pastoral Love, i.
208 Poet's Bridal-day Song, the, ii. . 501 Property, of--[Paley), ii.

652
Patriot, Pleasures of a, i.

619 Poet's Life, the Miseries of a, ii. 92 Property, on the Right of-[Black-
Patriotism--Intellectual Beauty, ii. Poet's Prayer, ii.

4.50 stone), ii.

246
Paul's Walks, How a Gallant should Politeness, Overstrained, i. . 634 Prophecy of famine Churchill}, ii. 93
Behave llimself in, i..
274 Political Redemption-[Chatterton), Prophetic Language, the, i.

521
Pauper, Death and Funeral of a, ii.

ii.
83 Prosperity and Adversity, i.

241
Pauper's Deathbed, ii.
Political Upholsterer, the, i.

Protector, Lord, a Panegyric to the,
PAYNE, J. H. ii.
517 Politics and Evening Partics, ii. 250 i.

326
PEACOCK, J. L. ii.
627 POLLOK, ROBERT, ii.

412-415 Protestant Infallibility, Ironical View
PEARCE, NATHANIEL, ii.
666 Polyolbion, Part of the Twenty-eighth

of, i.
PEARSON, Dr John, i.
447 Song of the, i..
100 Protogenes and A pelles, i.

539
Peasant, a Noble, ii.
312 POMFRET, JOHN, i.
376 Providence, Eternal, ji.

74
Peasant-Poet, Scenes and Musings Pomp and Superfluity, i.

625 Prudent Sea-Captain-Abuse of Ship
of, ii.
428 | Pompeii, Description of, ii. 354, 674 Stores, ii.

623

355

. 3112

461

.

.

ii.

Page
Page

Page
Prudent Worldly Lady, Character Richard III. Character of, i.

60 Saxon Chronicle, 1154, Passage from,
of a, ii.

624 Richard's Theory of the Mind, i. 539 i.
PSALXANAZAR, George, ii.
192 RICHARDSON, Dr, ii.

676, 671 Scandal and Literature in High Life,
Public Breakfast, the, ii.
123 RICHARDSON, SAMUEL, ii.

160 i.
PURCHAS, SAMUEL, i.
252 Riches, on, i.

34 Scholar, Every Nature not suitable
Pyramids, Description of the, ii. 670, 671 Riches, the Emptiness of, ii.

11

for a, i.
Pyrrha, to, i.

314 Richmond, Countess of, Character Schoolmaster, Detached Observations
Quack Advertisements, i.
607 and Habits of the, i.

62

from the, i.
QUARLES, FRANCIS, i.
129 Right of Property, ii.
246, 247 Schoolmaster, the Good, i.

412
Quarterly Review, Establishment of Right and Wrong, Natural and Es Schoolmistress, the, ii.
the, ii.
702 sential Difference of, i.

664 School-Usher, Wretchedness of a, ii.
Queen, to the, i. .

146

Rime of the Ancient Mariner, ii. 337 SCORESBY, WILLIAM, ii.
Queen Mab, i.

186 Rimini-Funeral of the Lovers in, Scorn not the Least, i.
Queen Mab, Opening of, ii.
398 ii.

424 ScoT, ALEXANDER, i.
Rachel, Dirge of, ii.
454 Rinaldo at Mount Olivet and the Scot to his Heart, i.

155
RADCLIFFE, ANN, ii.

Enchanted Wood, i.

103 Scotland, the Complaynt of, i. 72
Rainbow, the, i.
123, 319 Ritson, JOSEPH, ii.

688 Scotland, Lines Written in the High-
Rainy Sunday in an Inn, ii. 596, 597 ROBERTS, Miss Emma, ii.

679 lands of, ii.
RALEIGH, SIR WALTER, i. 83, 243-249
ROBERTSON, DR WILLIAM, ii. 185 Scotland, Tears of, ii.

67
RAMSAY, ALLAN, i.

581-587 ROBERTSON, J. P. and W. P. ii. 687 Scotland's Skaith, or the History of
Randolph, Lady, Discovery of her Robin Goodfellow, i.

229 Will and Jean, ii.

488, 489
Son, ii. .
138 ROCHESTER, EARL OF, i.
356 Scott, John, ii. .

121
RANDOLPH, Thomas, i. 145, 216

Rochester, Letters of, i.

357 SCOTT, Sir W. ii. 378-386, 585-500, 646
RAY, John, i.
524 ROGERS, SAMUEL, ii.

316-322 Scottis, the New Maneris and the
Readiness to take Offence, against, i. 279 ROGET, DR, ii.

703

Auld of, i.
Reading, Remarks on, ii.

201 Roman Power in Britain, Expiration Scottish Country Wedding, ii.
Reason, Defence of, i.
237 of the, i.
401 Scottish Music, on, ii.

211
Reason and Discretion, the Age of, i. 292 Romances, English Metrical, i. 8 Scottish Rebellion, the, ii.
Rebuke of Human Pride, i.

451 Rome, Funeral Ceremony at; ii. 672 Scottish Scenery and Music, ii. 131
Recluse, the, ii.

418 Rome, Midnight Scene in, ii. 392 Scripture and the Law of Nature, i.
Recluse, the Fair, ii.

447 Rooks, Evening Sports of the, ii. 689 Sea, the, i.
Recreation, i.
413 Roscoe, WILLIAM, ii.

637 Sea-Captain, a Prudent, ii.
Recreations, the Country's, i. 83 ROSCOMMON, EARL OF, i.

355 Sca-Coasts, Scenery of the, ii.
Recruiting Officer, Scenes froin Rose, the, i.

144; ii. 6 Sea, Stanzas on the, ii.
the, i.
600-602 Rose, a, i.

153 Seasons, Hymn to the, ü.

18
Redbreast Coming into his Cham Rose, W. S. ii.

672 Sectarian Differences, i.
ber, Upon Occasion of a–[Bishop Roses and Tulips, upon the Sight of, SEDLEY, SIR CHARLES, i.
Hall], i.

275 Growing near one another, i. 518 SELDEN, JOHN, i.
Red Sea, Passage of the, ii. 408 Rosiphele, Episode of, i.

24 Self-Control-Final Escape of Laura,
REES, DR A. ii.

255
Ross, ALEXANDER, ii.

125
REEVE, Miss CLARA, ii.
180 Ross, Sir John, ii.

674 Self-Love, Immoderate, i.
Reflection upon a Lanthorn and Ross, the Man of, i.

564 Self-Murder, i.
Candle, carried by on a Windy Rosy Hannah, ii.

286 Selma, the Songs of, ii.

72
Night, i.
518 RowE, NICHOLAS, i.
590 SENIOR, N. W. ii.

701
Reformation, the, i.
400 RowLEY, WILLIAM, i. :

215 Sennacherib's Army, Destruction of,
Reformation in England, State of Royalists, Attack of, on the City, i. 333 ii.
Parties at the, ii.
183 Rule Britannia, ii.

22 Sensitive Plant, from the, ii.
Reformation, the-Monks and Puri Rural Picture, ii.

95 Sephestia's Song to her Child, i. 19
tans, i.
322 Rural Sounds, ii.

260 Sermons, i.
REID, Dr, ii.
208 RUSSELL, DR WILLIAM, ii.

192 Serpents, Irish, the Last of the, ñ.
Rejected Addresses, ii.

431, 432

RUSSELL, LADY RACHEL, i. 406 Session, Tidings fra the, i.
Relations, Poor, ii.
358 Russell, Lady R. to Dr Fitzwilliam, SEWARD, Miss, ii.

278
Religion, i.
132 i.

407 SHADWELL, THOMAS, i.
Religion, Against the Employment Russell

, Lady R. to the Earl of Gal SHAFTESBURY, EARL OF,
of Force in, i.

286
way, i.

407 Shaftesbury, Character of, i.
Religion, on the Effects of, ii. 655 Russell, Lady R. to Lord Cavendish, Shaftesbury's Address to Monmouth,
Religion not Hostile to Pleasure, i.

445
i.

408 i.
Religion, Private Judgment in, i. 287 RUSSELL, LORD John, ii.

646 SHAKSPEARE-his Poetry, i. 105-18
Religion, Right of Private Judgment Russia-Employments of the People, SHAKSPEARE-his Plays, i. 176-191
in, i.

ii.

685 | Shakspeare, Character of, i.
Religion, Zcal and Fear in, i. 237 Russia, the French Army in, ii. 448 Shakspeare, Inscription for a Menu-
Religious Discussions, Reason must Russian Peasants' Houses, ii.

685 ment to, ii.

47
be Appealed to in, i.

286 | Ruth, ii
..

329 Shakspeare, to the Memory of, i.
Religious Edifices, Destruction of, in RYMER, THOMAS, i.

527 Shakspeare, on the Portrait of, i. 114
1559, i.
306 Sabbath Morn, ii.

289 Shakspeare, Universality of the
Religious Matters, Authority of Rea Sabbath Walk, an Autumn, ii. 307 Genius of-[Lord Jeffrey), ii.
son in, i.

Sabbath Walk, a Spring, ii.

306 SHEFFIELD, JOHN (Duke of Buck-
Religious Opinions, Vindication of, i. 671

Sabbath Walk, a Summer, ii.

306 inghamshire), i.
Religious Toleration, i.

2.98 Sabbath Walk, a Winter, ii. 307 SHEFFIELD, LORD, Ži.
Remorse, Scene from, ii. 514-516 SACKVILLE, THOMAS, i.

80 SHEIL, R. L.j.

517
Resignation, ii.
87 SADLER, M. T. ii.

701 SHELLEY, PERCY Byssar, ii.
Restoration, Improved Style of Dra Sailor Boy, the Impressed, ii. 308 SHELLEY, Mrs, ii.
matic Dialogue after the, i. 494 Salamis, the Armies at, ii.

113 Shelley's Lines to an Indian Air, ü.
Resurrection, the, i.
315, 447 SALE, GEORGE, ii.

192 SHENSTONE, WILLIAM, ii.
Retaliation, Passages from, ii. 64 SALE, LADY, ii.

680 Shepherd, Passionate, to his Love, i. 84
Retirement, 1758, ii.
107 SALT, HENRY, ii.

666 Shepherd, the Steadfast, i.
Retirement, the, i.

354 Sanctimony, Hypocritical, i. 444 Shepherd and his Wife, i.
Retirement, Cowley's Love of, i. 449 SANDYS, GEORGE, i.

254 Shepherd's Life, the Blessings of a, i 18
Retirement, on his-[Pope to Swift], Sardanapalus's State, ii. .

353 Shepherd's Life, Happiness of the, i. 192
i.

636 Satan's Address to the Sun, i. 338 Shepherd's Song, i.
Revenge of Injuries, i.

154 Satan's Speech-[Cædmon), i. 2 SHERIDAN, RICHARD BRINSLEY,
Reverie, a Nocturnal, i.
580 Satan's Survey of Greece, i.

342 ii.

143-147
REYNOLDS, FREDERICK, ii.

532 Satires, Pope's, from the Prologue to SHERLOCK, Dr William, i.
Reynolds' Painted Window at Ox the, i.

563 She's Gane to Dwall in Heaven, ii.
ford, Lines on, ii.
100 Saturn and Thea, ii.
403 Shilling, the Splendid, i.

375
RHIND, MR, ii..

700 Saul and his Guards, Approach of, Ships and Books Compared, i.
Rhyming Chroniclers, the, i.

6 against the Philistines, ii. 361 Shipwreck, the-(Falconer), ii.
RICARDO, DAVID, ii.

701 Saul-Song of the Virgins Celebrating Shipwreck, the-(Byron), ii.
Rich, the Art of Growing, i.
614 the Victory, ii.

361 Shipwreck, the- Prof. Wilson), il.
RICH, CLAUDIUS JAMES, ii.
677 SAVAGE, RICHARD, ii.

1-3 Shipwreck by Drink, i.
Richard II. the Morning before his Saviour, in Praise of the---Chatter-

Shipwrecked Solitary's Song-To the
Murder in Pemfret Castle, i. 98 ton), ii.

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SHIRLEY, JAMES, i.

148, 222 Song-(Give me more love, or more Song--(Ye shepherds of this pleasant
Shirley-Upon his Mistress Sad, i. 148

disdain), i.
121 vale), ii.

25
Siberian Exile, the, ii.

19 Song-Gloomy Winter's now Awa, Songs of Israel, Opening of the, ii. 453
Sio Vita, i.
118 ii.

492 Songs of Israel, Conclusion of the, ii. 454
Sickness and Death-[Pope to Steele), Song-(Go, lovely rose), i.

328 Sonnet-Composed upon Westmin-
i.

635 Song-(Go, youth beloved, in distant ster Bridge, September 3, 1803, ii. 325
Siddons, Mrs, Picture of-[Descrip-

glades), ii.

281 Sonnet-From Constable's Diana, i. 84
tion of Jane de Montfort], ii. 513 Song-(Good night and joy be wi' ye Sonnet-Hope, ii.

346
Side Tails, Supplication in Contemp a'), ii.

495 Sonnet-Influence of Poesy, ii. 275
tion of, i.
50 Song–Hast thou seen the down in Sonnet-London, 1802, ii.

325
SIDNEY, ALGERNON, i.

405
the air), i.

136 Sonnet-Milton on his own Blind-
SIDNEY, SIR PHILIP, i. . 82, 232-234 Song---(I prithee send me back my

ness, i..

333
Sidney, Sir Philip, Sonnets of, i.

82, 83
heart), i.

136 Sonnet-(Muses, that sing Love's
Silius, Accusation and Death of, in Song--(If I had thought thou couldst sensual empirio), i.

228
the Senate House, i.
194 have died), ii, .

411 Sonnet ---On the Departure of the
Siller Gun, Mustering of the Trades Song-Jemmy Dawson, ii.

39 Nightingale, ii.

274
to Shoot for the, ii.
493 Song-Jenny Dang the Weaver, ii. 494 Sonnet-On England, ii.

406
SIMOND, M. ii.

684 Song-(Look out, bright eyes, and Sonnet-On First Looking into Chap-
Simpleton and Braggadocio, i.
196 bless the air), i.
209 man's Homer, ii.

406
Simplicity and Refinement, ii. 203 Song-(Love still has something of Sonnet-On King's College Chapel,
SIMPSON, THOMAS, ii.
676 the sea), i.
358 Cambridge, ii.

326
Sin and Holiness, i.
436 Song-(Love wakes and weeps), ii.

Sonnet-On Sabbath Morn, ii. 289
Sin, the Progress of, i.
293 Song-Macpherson's Farewell, ii.
485 Sonnet-On Shakspeare, ii.

472
Singularity, i.
436 Song—Mary Morison, ii.
486 Sonnet-The First Man, ii.

471
Sinners, the Resurrection of, i. 294 Song to May, ii.

273, 362 Sonnet-The Human Seasons, ii. 406
Sixteen, ii.
351 Song--May-Eve, or Kate of Aber Sonnet-The Primrose, ii.

427
SKELTON, Joun, i.
45 deen, ii.

121 Sonnet--The Thrush's Nest, ii.
SKINNER, JOHN, ii.
128 Song-Menie, ii.

486 Sonnet-The World is Too Much
Skylark, to a, ii.
399 Song-My Bonny Mary, ii.
486 with Us, ii.

325
Skylark, the, ii.

499 Song-(My dear mistress has a heart), Sonnet-To the Glow-Worm, ii. 426
Sleep, to, i.
210 i.
357 Sonnet-To Time, ii.

346
Sleep, Epigram on, ij.

301
Song-My Nanie 0, ii.

501 Sonnet-(What art thou, Mighty
Sleep, the Ilouse of, i.
93 Song-My only Jo and Dearie 0, ii. 492 One !) ii.

302
Sleeping Child-(S. T. Coleridge), Song-(0, Nanny, wilt thou gang wi' Sonnet-Winter Evening at Home,
ii.

344
me), ii.
76 ii.

3-16
Sleeping Child-(Professor Wilson), Song-10 tuncful voice! I still de-

Sonnet--Written at the Close of
ii.

435
plore), ii.
280 Spring, ii.

274
Sleeping Figure of Modena, ii. 442 song-loh do not wanton with those Sonnet-Written by Paterson on the
SMART, CHRISTOPHER, ii. 108-112

eyes), i.

113 Burial-Ground of his Ancestors, ii. 478
Smith, ALBERT, ii.

029 Song--Oh say not that my heart is Sonnets-[Drummond's], i.
SMITH, DR ADAM, ij.

207, 242
cold), ii.

411
Sonnets to a friend, ii

..

472
SMITH, JAMES and Horace, ii. 429-433 Song--Pack clouds away, and wel. Sonnets by Lord Thurlow, ii.
SMITH, HORACE, ii. .

come day), i.

221 Sonnets in Praise of a Solitary Life,
SMITH, Mrs CHARLOTTE,

ii. 273-275, 551 Song-(Phillis, men say that all my i.
SMITH, REV. J. ii.

646
vows), i.

358

Sonnets of Sir Philip Sidney, i. 82
SMITH, REV. SIDNEY, ii. 655, 695 Song by Rogero in The Rovers-(When-

Sorceress of Vain Delight, i.

124
SMITH, DR SOUTHWOOD, ii.
703 e'er with haggard eyes I view), ii. 296 Sorcery and Witchcraft, i.

271
SMITH, WILLIAM, ii.
524 Song-(Say lovely dream), i.

SOTHEBY, WILLIAM, ii.

360, 514
SMOLLETT, T. G. ii. 64-68, 165-170 Song---(Sweet woman is like the fair Soul and Body, the, i.
Snails, upon the Sight of two, i. 275 flower in its lustre), i.

573 Soul, Immortality of the, ii.

195
Society compared to a Bowl of Punch, Song-The Braes o' Balquhither, ii. 491 Soul's Errand, the, i.

85
i.

624 Song-The Braes of Gleniffer, ii. 491
Socrates, Condemnation and Death

Soul's Immortality, Reasons for the,
Song--The Flower o' Dumblane, ii. 491 i.

109
of, ii.
634-636 Song—(The lark now leaves his watery South American Scenery, ii.

346
Soldier, a Drowned, i.
216 nest), i.
147 SOUTH, DR ROBERT, i.

440
Soldier's Home, the, ii.
287 Song--The Last Time I came o'er the SOUTHERNE, THOMAS, i.

588
Solicitude--[Pastoral Ballad), ii.

Moor, i.

585 SOUTHEY, R. i. 347-350, 642, 645, 691
Solitary Tomb, the, ii.
440 Song-Tho Parting Kiss, ii.
115 SOUTHEY, MRs, ii.

460
Solitude on a Battle-field, ii.
140 Song-The Poet's Bridal Day, ii. 501 Southey's Epitaph, ii.

350
Solitude, Ode to, ii.
119 Song--- The Royalist, i.
154 SOUTHWELL, ROBERT, i.

96
Solitude preferred to a Court Life, Song-The Saint's Encouragement, i. 153 Speaking, Evil, i.

283
&c. i.
183 Song---(The season comes when first SPEED, Joun, i.

263
Solomon, Abra's Love for, i.

we met), ii.
280 SPELMAN, Sir HENRY, i.

263
SOMERVILLE, WILLIAM, i.
580 Song-There is a Garden in her face,

SPENCER, THE Hon. W. R. ii.
Song-A Wet Sheet and a Flowing

i.

228 SPENCER, Mr, ii.
Sea, ii.
501 Song--Think not of the future), ii. 471 SPENSER, EDMUND, i.

85
Song—Ae Fond Kiss, ii.

Song--('Tis now, since I sat down Spenser and Milton, i.
Song-(Ah, Chloris ! could I now but before), i.

135 Spirit of the Cape, the, ii.

72
sit), i.
358 Song--To all you ladies now at land), Spiritual Pride, i.

437
Song-(Ah, the poor shepherd's mourn i.

377 Splendid Shilling, the, i.

375
ful fate), ii.
25 Song-Too late, alas! I must confess), SPOTISWOOD, JOHN, i.

306, 307
Song-(Amarantha, sweet

and
fair),
i.
357 SPRAT, Dr THOMAS, i.

448-450
i.
144 Song---(What ails this heart o'mine?) Sprig of Heath, on a, ii.

281
Song-(Ask mo no more where Jove ii.

276 Spring, Approach of, i.

121
bestows), i.
120 Song-(What bird so sings, yet so does Spring, Birds Pairing in, ii.

15
Song-(At setting day and rising

wail), i.

166 Spring, a Northern, ii.
morn), i.
585 Song-(What pleasure have great

Spring, Ode to, ii.

277
Song--(Auld Robin Forbes), ii. 276 princes), i.

225 Spring, Showers in, ii.

15
Song-(Away! let nought to love Song-When the Kye comes Hame, Spring, the Voice of, ii.
displeasing), ii.
135 ii.
498 Squire and the Dove, i.

91
Song-Bruce's Address, ii. 486 Song-(While on those lovely looks

Squire of Low Degree, i.

10
Song--(Busy, curious, thirsty fly), ii. 121 I gaze), i.

356 ST COLUMBANUS, i.

1
Song-Constancy, i.
357 Song-(Why should you swear I am St Francis, Legend of, i.

55
Song, Convivial, i.
225 forsworn), i.

St Helena, Description of, i.

261
Song of the Crazed Maiden, ii. 315 Song-(Why so pale and wan, fond

ST JOHN, JAMES, ii.

644
Song to David, ii.
109-112 lover?) i.

136 St John, Letter to Sir William, i. 256
Song-(Dorinda's sparkling wit and Song--(Wi' drums and pipes the St Leon's Escape from an Auto de
eyes), i.
377 clachan rang), ii.

508
Fe, ii. .

506-568
Song-(Dry those fair, those crystal Song-(Wood, and married, and a'), St Serf's Ram, i.

28
eyes), i.
118 ii.
126 Staffa, Verses on, ii.

361
Song to Echo, ii.

273 Song-(Would you know what's soft), Stag-Hunt-[Sir Philip Sidney), i. 233
Song-Farewell to Ayrshire, ii. 492 i.

120 Stag-Hunt-Michael Drayton], i. 99

453

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