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Government, origin of,

Milt. 21 121 forms of, let fools contest,

Pope 2: 66 whate'er is best administer'd, is beft, Pope 2: 66

called the helm,
Gouge (Thomas) elegy on,
Gould, verses to,
Gout, a list of several fimples, used for,

drop of anguish,
impracticable maid,
thy cramps our limbs diftort,
thy knots our joints invade,
O mighty conqueress of human kind,
nor mov'd by pity, nor by drugs subdued,
triumphs of,
horrid name,

detested by the gods,
rueful gout,
excludes lefser pains,
lordly, wrapt up in fur,

ask, what torment is in guilt,
Gower, ode to,
Gracchi, fond of mischief-making laws,
Grace divine, the pledge of joy,

of full joy,portion as a son, Parn. 250 Grace condescending,

Watts 87
Thining,

Watts 146
impart, still in the right to stay,

Pope 2 : 88 founded in dominion,

Butl. I:144 introduced by fin, physiognomy of,

But:. ::43 before and after meat,

Swift 2 :

2 : 286
Grace,

But:
Watts 312
Watts 171
WeA 249
Weft 257
Weft 251
Weft 252
Wft 252
Weft 257
Weft 257
Weft 237
Weft 243

Weft 243
Buil. 2:79
Swift 2:175
Young 2 : 242

Fent. 323 Rowe L. 284

Parn. 250

Bul. 2:57

Yal. 375

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Phil. 14

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Grace at table is a song,

Pope 2 : 223 manner, and decorum, set off actions,

Prior 1 : 143 peculiar to small things, Grace-cup, what,

King 213 Graces, splendor ye, and fame confer,

W 187 all owe their power of pleasing, Hughes 267 are Kildare,

Lans. 145 Gradation, nature's sacred law,

Young 3: 66 just, those subjected to those,

Pope 2:37

Cow. 2: 335
Grafting, art of,
Grafton and chief justice, a cause between,

Lanf. 204
Grain different for different foils,

Dry. 5:95

Butl. I: 297
to argue against,
Granadoes rain, disploding murderous bowels,
Granaries described,

Dyer 36
Grand morality is love of thee,

Young 2: question,

Swift 2 : 152 world, vices of,

Caw. 2 : 306 Grandeur, a splendid curse,

Pitt 396 none above the reach of wot,

Pom. 266 affectation of,

Cow. 2 : 338 date of transitory,

Som. 167 relieved by meaner occupations,

Cow. 2 : 340 deny me, but goodness grant,

Broome 41 to despise, is not in woman, Gay 2 : 267 Grandios, all men in some degree are,

Cow. 2:

:: 339 Grant, ill-tim’d, makes the favour less,

King 271
Granville had Waller's lute,
Dryden to,

2:140 Granville, town of, bombarded,

Lans. 210

Grapes,

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Pent. 240

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Buck, 107

Cow. 1: 119

Pitt 254

Grapes,

Broome 169 Grapes luxuriant cheer the foul with wine,

Parn. 167 Grasshopper, Anacreontic,

Cow. I: 148 Grasshoppers, a bloodless race, with feeble voice, Pope il. 1:111 Gratitude, but rare at best, Gratius trănflated,

Wall. 110 Grave, mute as, how little from, we claim,

Pope 2: 334 to sets bounds to sublunary bliss,

Young 3:171 - pregnant with life, as fruitful wombs,

Broime 21 A rehgns us to our fecond birth,

Broorne 21 and where blended lie th' appreffur and oppress’d, Pope 2: 70

- where the wicked cease their crimes, to where blended sleep the coward and the brave, Piri 254 - claims no less the fearful than the brave, Pope il. 1 : 370 o from storm the safe refort,

Young 3 : 143 ** seat of peace, manfion of repose, Young 1 : 212

safe in, and free among the deady Prior 2 : 183 - none prince or beggar there,

Ot. 12 -- beyond, stupendous regions lie,

Pom. 282 Grave owl, can never face the sun,

Gay 1 :-88 migrante as swains observe, detefts the light, Gay 1:88 Gravitation, universal law,

Mall. 221 - discovered by Newton, Gravity inexplicable, Gray, ode on a distant prospect of Eaton College, 330 hymn to adversity, i

335 elegy in a country church-yard,

337 - the epitaph,

941 - progress of poesy,

343 Gray,

Mall. 221 Black. 43

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Fent. 33.5 Mall. 290

Gray, the þard,

351 - the fatal fisters,

- 362 the descent of Odin,

-365 To the triumphs of Owen,

: -369 ode on the spring,

325 death of a favourite cafgaben

328 Great, pompous misery of being,

Brooms 52 all affect to be,

Dry. 7: 287 many would be, few good,

Dry. 7=289 debase their eminence to brutal sense, Wet 306 to wild passions refign'd,

We 306 in you the health and ficknefs of the commonweal, ib.313 person little as his mind,

Pitt-287 without pride, and amiably good, must be good, only, by doing good,

Hugbes. 273 who can himself command,

Lars 187 whose guard is innocence,

Lanf. 187 guide is reason,

Lanf. 187 must suffer, and good must mourng acts prove treason to princes,

Cow. 2:110 Great-Britain, reason of the name,

Cow. 2: 246 queen, guardian of mankind,

Lanf.310 Great day! for which all other days were made, Young 3:8 of consummation,

Young 3:9 nature's renovation,

Young 3:10 lock’d from created beings in darkness, Young 3: 10

in which time falls on' his own fcythe, Young 3:11 fortune, great servitude,

Cow. 2: 268 guilt knew never joy at hearty

Gay 2:150

Great

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Mall. 329

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Aken. 17

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Great ohjects make great minds,

Young 3:37 rogues enjoy their state,

Gay 2 :92 souls by instinct to each other turn, mini wits to madness near allied,

Dry. 1:13° Greatest souls to goodness only bow,

Prior 1:75 Greatly wise to talk with our past hours,

Young 2:32 Greatness,

Cow. 2 : 337 - by what actions grows,

Lanf. 183 pleasure from, final cause of,

Aken. 18 nearer viewed, ceases to charm,

Cow. 2: 381 embarrassment of,

Cow. 2:270, 271 insatiable,

Cow. 2 : 344 a creature of fancy.,

Gow. 2 : 346 genuine, thuns the being great, Grecian plans reform Britannia's stage,

Tbom. 2:38 Greece, hail Nature's utmost boast,

Tbom. 2:38 a country rich and gay, second part of liberty, one comedian,

Dry. ; : 237 Nave and cutoress of protecting Rome,

Lytt. 25 affords a train of lovely dames, Pope od. 3 : 69 fam'd for feeds, for beauty more, Pope il. 1 : 116 beauties,

Lanf. 137 the land of lovely dames,

Pope il. 1 : 284 has beauteous dames on every shore, Pope od. 4: 188 in her native fortitude elate,

Pope il. 2: 149 honours not with folemn fasts the dead, Popeil. 2: 202 Thone in genius, science, and in arts,

Tbom. 2 : 140 - improv'd or found arts and sciences,

Greece,

Sau. 34 Tiik. 113

Tlom. 2:35

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Black. 173

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