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Cadogan, on the death of the Earl of,

laft of captains, to the grave defcends,

Calia to Damon,

an ode to,

and Dorinda,

Tick. 196

Tick. 196

Broome 134

Pitt 227

Duke 175

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had a valour, which no fuccefs could fate, Rowe L. 50

is all things in himself alone,

Rowe L. 126

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took not more pleasure to fubmit, than fave, Pom. 273

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Cæfar goes in pursuit of Pompey,

Rowe L. 423

views the ruins of Troy,

Rowe L. 424

offers incenfe, and pays his vows at Troy, Rowe L. 425
fets fail for Egypt,
Rowe L. 426-

on his arrival prefented with Pompey's head, Rowe L. 426

receives the head with feign'd abhorrence, Rowe L. 428 comes to Alexandria,

views the tomb of Alexander,

Rowe L. 433

Rowe L. 434

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enthrals Rome,

remarkable for dispatch,

wont the lucky hour to chufe,

took his fudden flight,

raptur'd with the charm of rule,

mingles lawless love with lawless arms,

grac'd with both Minervas,

ignobly vain, and impotently great,

Cæftus, gloves of death,

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Cow. 2: 266

Cow. 2: 35

·Cow. 2: 375

Hughes 310

Hughes 310

Dyer 10

Hughes 290

Pope 1: 208

Pope 1: 161

Pope il. 2: 315

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Calamity, by thought refin'd, infpirits and adorns,

Sav. 7

Calchas,

Calchas, things paft, prefent, and to come, defcries, Tick. 166

fuch wifdom Phoebus gave,

Tick. 166

augur of ills,

Calendars must all yield to Cæfar's,

Calenture, what,

Caligula, manner of fighting,

Califto, ftory of,

Callicoes come from weeds,

Callimachus, firft hymn of,

fecond hymn of,

hymn to Jupiter,

hymn to Apollo,

Calliope, daughter of Memory,

Calm, feeking in a restless world,

restored,

Tick. 168

Hughes 295

Swift 1: 201
Butl2:95

Add. 122

Swift 1: 213

Prior 2 17

Prior 2: 22 Pitt 195

Pitt 199

Cong. I58

Watts 114

Dry. 5: 318

peace returns, and fruitful plenty is reflor'd, Hughes 21

Calumny, blafting ftorms of,

unkind, as hail it falls,

A. Phil. 305

A. Phil. 395

Swift 1: 209

can the greatest merit wound,

Calypfo, ifland of, described,

Pope od. 3: 147, feq.

dreadful in her charms,

Pope od. 3: 196

Cam, contribute to our woe,

Fent. 210

and bid thy ftream in plaintive murmurs flow, Fent. 210

Cambray, on approaching congrefs of, 1721,

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to promis'd fpoils a numerous army led, Hughes 300 exhausted he return'd, nor faw great Nilus' head, ib.

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nor to the eye, nor to the ear, they flow, A. Pkil. 33

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Candle, like thine, my flames to my deftruction turn, Cong. 110

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Cannons mark'd, whom they were bid to spare, Prior 1: 100

Cantata, what,

Hughes 113

Hughes 153

Hughes 116, 126, 129, 131, 136, 139, 140, 147

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