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Death, ill-exchang'd for bondage,

Pope od. 4: 108

quire breaks the spring, and motion ends, Young 3: 74

opens to our eyes all fcience,

Som. 244

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nor beauty can arrest, nor music charm, A. Phil. 315

diffolv'd the marriage-knot,

fhall mix the fame of every field,

emands a tear,

Prior 2: 205

Rowe L. 284

Mall. 243

Death

Death, ghaftly with pale fuffufion,

makes us all a name,

Mall. 244

Dry. 7:353

ftrikes the fexton no farther than his fees, Gay 2:193

a night-piece on,

a poem on,

a thoufand ways lead to,

Parn. 75

Broome 126

Broome 126

unaw'd by power, beggars and kings alike to it, ib. 127

the great birth-right of mankind,

the bark, that wafts us to the thore,

marks in blood her way,

and Daphne,

Thom. 2: 180

Thom. 2: 180

Broome 49

Swift 2: 192

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and eternity,

and life by woman,

of a relation, verfes on,

untimely of an acquaintance,

I have heard myself to,

a pleasant road, that leads to fame,

-'s harbingers lie latent in the draught, Death-charged piftols,

Deaths ftand, like Mercuries, in every way,

ten thousand, better than ftain honour,

Deathlefs laurel, the victor's due,

we were, from repetition of reprieve,
far from it, fuch are already dead,

Watts 60

Cow. 1: 84
Watts 290

Shen. 16

Young 3: 189

Lanf. 184

Prior 2: 134

Butl. x :50

Young 2: 163

Add. 265

Dry. 3: 185

Young 2: 11

Young 2:

their hearts are bury'd, the world their grave,ib

Debate deftroys dispatch,

Den. 90 Deborah,

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Deceit, whose conscious eye ne'er looks direct, Thom. 2: 62

December warns to annual jollities,

Phil. 75

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Deed moral, or well-natured, exceeds other defert, Buck. 101

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to pray by,

must decide our fate,

beft, how wanting in their weight!

Defeats made victories,

Milt. 31 : 28

Dry. 2: 179

Pope il. 2: 227

Young 2: 132

Butl. 2 : 92

Defenceles

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Deification of Claudius, Varronian fatire,

Deiotarus follicited to beg fupplies of Parthia,

Deift, felf-deceived,

Deity, on,

with all perfection crown'd,

'tis hard to ftrive againfl,

De la Motte, dialogue from,

Delany, epitle to Carteret,

news from Parnaffus,

King 304

Gay 2:163
Add. 252

Milt. 1: 165

Dry. 7: 162

Rowe L. 338

Dry. I: 246

Buck. 110

Prior 2: 115

Prior 2:23

Hughes 165

Swift 2: 112

Swift 1: 186-

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with her I fcorn the idle breath of praise,

alone can pleafe, and never tire,

Ham. 223

Ham. 224

Ham. 218

on birth-day of,

- virgin-fears her nicer tongue reftrain,

verfes to,

to,

Delight beyond the blifs of dreams,

Delphian oracle dumb,

Delirious faction bellowing loud, Liberty,

Deluge, brought on the earth,

abated,

Ham. 219

Ham. 220, 225
Shen. 72

Milt. 3: 149

Dry. 7: 275

Thom. 2: 140

Milt. 2: 110, 112

Milt. 2: 113

began to fall, that mighty cbb, never to flow, Swift 1: 9

mankind retrieved after,

would enlarge the king's domain,

S Dry. 3: 309
Dry. 3: 315
Wall. 23

and conflagration, minifters of vengeance, Young 3: 6

Delville, verfes on one of the windows of,

Delufion, world given up to,

Demar, elegy on,

Democritus and Heraclitus,

laughs at the follies of men,

Swift 1: 266

Milt. 2: 158

Swift 1: 179

Prior 2: 12

Dry. 7: 284

· Demodocus, bard of fame, taught by the gods, Pope od. 3: 204
the loves of Mars and Cytherea fings, ib. 3: 213

Demogorgon, tyrant of Fairies,

moniacs difpoffeffed,

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Dry. 3: 183

Milt. 2: 222-

Demofthenes

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