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Satan, vain vaunt of,

Milt. 1: S, described,

Milt. 1:11, 12, 14, 24 address to hell,

Milt. 1:13 to evil spirits,

Milt. 1 : 25, 26 armour of,

Milt. 14, 15, 176 arrives at the gate of hell,

Milt. 1: 56 address of, to death,

Milt. 1 : 57, 58, 62 death, reply of to,

Milt. 1:58 sin, reply of to,

Milt. I : 59, address to Chaos and Night,

Milt. 1:67 lands in the sun,

Milt. 1:92 address to Uriel,

Milt. 1:95 lights on Niphates,

Milt. 1:97

Milt. I : 101 tempter of mankind, accuser of mankind,

Milt. 1 : 101 hell within,

Milt. 1 : 103 self-reproach of,

Mili. I:102, 103

Milt. I : 103 pride of, fupreme in misery,

Milt, 1 : 104 all good is lost to,

Milt. 1:104 evil good to,

Milt. I : 104 artificer of fraud,

Milt. I : 105 soliloquy of, on sight of Adam and Eve, Milt. 1:113,113 hellith purpose of

Milt. 1 : 114 search made of,

Mill. 1 :127 - found at the ear of Ever

Milt. 1:127 abashed, on rebuke,

Milt. 1 : 129 overthrown by folly,

Milt. 1:134 proved a liar,

Mill. I :

:132 - hypocritical,

Milt. 1:133

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Milt. I:133 Saran, vaunts of,

Milt. 1:134 prepares to refift,

Milt. hindred by a sign in heaven,

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Milt. 1 : 1.35 quits Paradise,

Milt. I : 161 envy of, against the son of God, fell through pride,

Milt. 1: 161 drew after him, the third of heaven, Milt. 1 : 162 wounded,

Milt. 1: 184 routed,

Milt. 1 : 186 and his host thunder-struck,

Milt. 'I : 201 fall into the bottomless pit, Milt. 1 : 202

Milt.2 : bent on man's ruin,

:5 málice of,

Milt. 2:7

Milt. 2:7 delights in ill,

Milt. 2 : 26 captious reasoning of,

Mill. 2 : 46 prevails by permission,

Milt. I: 118 perverts the prohibition to man,

Milt. 2 : 58 antagonift of heaven,

Milt. 2:60 return of to hell congratulated,

Milt. 2': 60, 61 recounts his feats and doom, received with hiffes,

Milt. 2: 62 and his mates tưrned to serpentsy

Milt. 2: 63 -"deluded by specious fruit,

Milt. 2 : 64 under the controul of heaven,

Milt. 2 : 155, 159 loft to all hope,

Milt. 2 : 190 permitted to rule,

Milt. 2 : 207 loft to gratitude,

Milt. 2 : 207 God of this world,

Milt, 2: 208 foiled,

Milt. 2 : 220 thief of Paradisc,

Milt. 2:221

Satan

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Den. 137

Satan enraged at disappointment,

Milt. 2: 216 with his powers, shall link to endless doom, Pom. 351 Satiety, from all things, Satire, essay on,

Dry. I: 112

Pope 2:3 end of,

Pope 2:4 what,

Dry.

I: 112 objects of,

Dry. I:113 supplement of laws,

Young 1 : 77 true end of,

Dry. 1:125 origin of,

Dry: 7:135 extensive sense of,

Diye 7:163 how to be spelled,

Dry, 7: 163 nature of,

Dry. 7: 173 heals with morals, what it hurts with wit, Pope 2:227 different among

Greeks and Romans, Dry. 7:137 proper subjects of,

Dry: 7:179 defined,

Dry: 7:203 consists in fine raillery,

Dry: 7:193 well-writ, mortifies mankind, nicely to unfold human frailty, smiles of, tharper than a frown, Dryden claims our praise in, all love, none the satirist,

Sav. 165 calls for sense in every line,

Young 1:87 friends to Vice and Folly are thy foes,

Young 1:87 they dread, who defy the skies, Young 1:151

awes the brave, that earth and heaven defy, Pope 2 : 7 I to guilt alone her vengeance is confin'd,

Pope 2: 8 The only strikes to heal, 7

Satire

Buck. 73 Buck. 74 Buck. 74 Buck. 74

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Butl. 2: 240 Butl. 2: 244 Butl. 2: 249 Butl. 2: 253

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193 Satire délineates passion, pictures man,

Pope 2:15 friend to truth, to virtue and mankind, Pope 2:16 virtue first armed with,

Dry, 1: 273 strike faults, but spare the man, Young 3 : 205 on abuse of learning,

Butl. 2: 265 to a had poet, on French imitation, on drunkenness,

on marriage, --on plagiaries,

Butl. 2:258 a court of chancery,

Dry.

2:136 lath the madness of a vicious age, Gay. I : 214 -Satires, prologue to,

Pope 2 : 148,& feq. epilogue to,

Pope 2 : 289, & feq. Satisfaction for man's fin, necessary,

Milt. 1:80 Son offers to give,

Milt. 1:80, 81 Saturday,

Gay 1 : 86 Satirical elegy,

Swift 1 : 257 Satirique tragedy,

Dry: 7: 142 different the Roman satire, Dry. 7: 144 declination of,

Dry: 7: 144 Saturn civilized Latium,

Dry. 6.: 210 brought golden times,

Dry. 6:210 influence of,

Dry: 3:112 ring of,

Mall. 220 Saturnian days of lead and gold,

Pope 3 : 216 verses, what,

Dry: 7: 149 Savage, the wanderer,

Sav. 7 the bastard,

84 --- on lady Tyrconnel,

88 VOL. LVIII.

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137 1731 203 E93 73

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Watts 191 Watts 192

Pitt 192

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Rowe, story of Glaucus and Scylla,

Rowe 86 Lucan's Pharfalia,

451 (Thomas), verses toy

verses to (Benoni), Royal highness, on approaching delivery of, maids, born victims of the stategi

Lanf. 260 - progress,

Tick. 118 Society, Cowley to,

Gow. 1:214 history of, by. Sprat,

Cow. I: 220

Butl. 2: 187 Royalists commended,,

Butl. 2:11 Royalty seized by the priesthood,

Milt. 2:130 Rubicon, an humble river flows,

Rowe L. 54 the boundary between Gauland Italy, Rowe L. 55 Rudders govern, and the ships obey,

Smith III Ruddy evening skies foretel the morning fairy Rowe L. 166. orient flames with day,

Pope od. 3: 283 Ruffians brib?d, ne'er the cause enquire, Hugbes 305 Rufinus,

King 367 character of,

King 371 Rufus bleeds in the forest like a wounded, hart, Pope z: 60 Ruin'd abbey, Rule the rump, you rule the roait,

Swift 2 : 204 Ruler of nature, known in nature's laws,

Parr. 168 trust with his skies,

Pope 2 : 204 to him commit the hour, the day, the year, Pope 2 :

::204 o'er the men of string,

Butl. 1:53 Rules of speech to study, no ignoble task,

King 272 e are nature methodis'd,

Pope I:94 derived from the practice of the ancients, Peter :

1:95 Rulings

Shen. 259

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