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Addison early bloom'd amid the learned train,

Adieu to all but Gay alone,

I bid to all the fex of queens,

Admiral, Waller, to,

Admire we then the trade of fools for gold?
Adolphus, with imperial fplendor gay,

Adonis, now my forrow, once my pleasure,
transform'd, arofe a flower,

Young 1: 239
Pope 1: 356
Aken. 348.

Wall. 44

Pope 2: 204

Hughes 41

Hugbes 168

Hughes 169

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Adverfe winds untied by Ulyffes' companions, Pope od. 3: 252

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Egis, Jove's immortal shield,

ehormous fhield,

Egypt. See Egypt.

Eneas, the draught of Peleus' and Laertes' fon,
Ulyffes' conduct and Achilles' fire,

Pope il. 1: 84

Pope il. 2: 76-

Pitt 311

Pitt 31

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fecure, no Grecian force tranfcends his own, ib. 225

Pope il. 2: 225

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was then heard to roar,

Etolia firft threw off the yoke of kings,

to commerce and to arms devoted,

Affect not any thing in nature's spite,
Affectation fades the brightest form,

Dry. 6: 27

Weft 195

Weft 195

Weft 195

Dry. 6: 214

Watts 70

Wall. 154

Rowe L. 73

Aken. 168

Aken. 168

Cong. 144

Young 1: 148

faints into airs, and languishes with pride,-Pope 1: 145
walks, for graceful cafe,

Aken. 346

Affectations quite reverfe the foul,
Affection is the chain of grateful minds,

ties of, double all our joys,

half difarms our pains,

frail! train'd up by sense,

Affections, born of earth, decay,
Affidavit-cuftomers, letting out ears to,

Affliction is the good man's fhining scene,
purifies the mind,

ftrong, gives the feeble force,

feel not in thy fears,

Pope 2: 97
Hughes 274
Aken. 201

Aken. 201

Young 3: 92
Parn. 105

Bull. 2: Io7

Young 3: 15

Sav. 60

Pope il. 2: 280

Gay 2: 93

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Afflictive birch, curfed by idle youth, diftils a liquor, Phil. 68

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majcftically tall, like fome proud bull, ib. 86

his ftrength like Neptune, like Mars his mien, ib.

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diftinguishes himself as a general, Pope il. 1: 136


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