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West 173 Feni. 314

Parts but expose the men, who'virtue quit, Young 3: 207 Party, puzzling fons cf,

Thom. 1 : 217 when raised, another set succeeds,

Thom. 1:217 and spleen have turn’d his brain, Swift 2 : 184 Party-quarrels, who engages in, lifts an hired Bravo, Gay 1:181 Party-rage, that tyrant of our age,

Mall. 173 Party-fpirit fways the judgement,

Pope 1 : 109 Passage of the Red Sea,

Milt. 2:125 Passion, mazy tracts of, where mortals roam, Aken. 181 overturns reason,

Cow. I : 62 sooths every guit to peace,

Too. I:19 may oft the wisest heart surprize, a blind usurper mounts the throne, casts a mist before the mind,

Dry. 3:87 let not o'er sense prevail,

Cong. 138 not excited, unless feltg.

Rofc. 223 feign'd, at no repulse is griev'd,

Pom. 246 when feign’d and when sincere,

Cong: 129 billet-doux will shew,

Cong: 129 stoop'd to common good,

Thom. 2:62 rouzes the mind's whole fabric,

Aken. 40 tender, administers delight,

Aken. 40 can depress or raise,

Prior I:113 for this world, fole fountain of distress, Young 3 : 135. of Christ,

Pitt 219 eternal king's unfathom'd love,

Pitt 219 mighty, mystery,

ŞMilt. 3:89

219 Passions,

Cow. I: 246 modes of self-love,

Pode 2:45

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107 Passions, real good, or seeming, moves them all, Pope 2 : 45 good or ill, ás used,

Young 3 : 246 use of, are the elements of life,

Pope 2:35

Tbom. 2:18L tender, are the most severe; grandeur of when in ferment, work outg.

Swift 1:32 as anger does in vermin,

Swift 1:32 enfiave,

Dry: 7:352 darken reason's light,

Swift 2 : 36 our understanding with darkness fill, and pervert the will, vultures of the mind,

Gray 332 raise ftormy strife, and trouble life, Prior 2 :

167 plebeians are, which faction raise, rage, obstructed in their course,

Pope 2 : 5 - how frail,

an ode,
to wind, delicate the art,.
čloathed in a different drefs,

Dry: 1:280
in various plants,
Passive courage, gallant,

Buil. 1 : : 165 obedience,

Thoni. 2: 113 -whence parties, Whig and Tory, Thom. 2 : 113; Pafsover instituted,

Cow.2: 66 Past life, ours no more,

Roch. 296 Past and future close to waking thought, Párn: 116 Palton, epitaph on,

Dry. 2 :

2:199 Paftor Fido, ode in imitation of,

Lytt. 49 Paltora,

Hughes 131

Pastoral,

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129 129 62

Wall. 144 Collins 270 Tick. 137

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Phil. 42

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Pastoral, origin of,

to be plain and humble,
not flat and heavy,
Virgil and Theocritus, guides in,
discourse on,
probably, the most ancient poetry,
reason of the name,
what,
form of,
character of,
should have an air of piety,
numbers of, easy and flowing,
not so well expressed as in Greek,
to the author of,
to the bishop of Ely,
to a young lady,
ballad,
cantata,
dialogue,
eclogues,
mask,
ode,

poems, Pastorals, on certain,

of Virgil, Pastorel, character of,

figure of,

foiled by Hobbinoly. Pastures fit for theer,

deiects of,

Collins 285 Dry. I : 268 Dry. I: 269 Dry. 1 : 269

Pope 1:17 Pope I : 17 Pope 1:18 Pope 1:18 Pope 1:18 Pope 1:18 Pope I : 19 Pope I : 20

Add. 200 Prior 1:66 Prior 1 : 25 Broome 84

Stcn. 152

Hughes 172 Swift 2: 40, 64

Walh. 343 Hughes 132

Shen: 135 Ai Pbil. 297

Shen. 169 Dry. 5:21

Som. 143 Som. 104

Som. 106

Dyer 30
Dyer 32

Pate,

Collins :3 Dry. I 2013 Dry. 1:21 Dry. 1.2

Paper Pope 1:11 Pope 1:11 Pret:11

Milt. 2:4 Milt. 3:29 Milt. 3:50

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ICH Pate, the duller block,

Buil. 1: 270 Paternal rule, first,

Milt. 2:120 Path, in his blest life, I sec,

Young 2:71 Paths of glory lead but to the grave,

Gray 338 of Gods, what mortal can survey, Pope od. 3 : 274 Patience, fortitude of,

truest fortitude,
trial of fortitude,
that batfied fortune's rage,

Tbom. 2:61 softens every sad extreme,

Sav. 66 disarms disease of pain,

Sav. 66 mocks slander's fting,

Sav, 66 Itrips of terrors the terrific king,

Sav, 66 smiling fees th' ingratitude of friends, Sav. 66 raises hope, and smiles away despair, of toil and love of virtue fail,

and resignation, pillars of peace, . Young 2 : 248 Patrick's weli, sudden drying up,

Swift 2:7 Patriot,

Hughes 256 norbrib’d by hopes, nor by mean fears controld, ib. 256 proof alike against both foes and friends, Hughes 256 ne’er from the golden mean of virtue bends, Hughes 256 wirely fix’d, maintains the purpose of his mind, id. 256 but where, by these virtues known? Hugbes 256 unsway'd by others passions or his own ? Hughes 256 just to his prince, and to the publick:true, Hughes 256 in all events, thuns each partial view, Hughes 256 is a dangerous poft,

Swift 2 : 186 the people's brave,

Dry. 1:157 the politician's tool,

Diy. 13157

Patriot,

Sav. 14 Prior 2:159

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my right,

Patriot, of the moral world,

Young 1:24 like, strut and frown,

Swift 1 : 138 Patriots of their own interest,

Dry. 5 : 224 for a place abandon fame,

Gaitb 42 supple, of the modern sort,

Swift 2 : 6 turn with every gale that blows from court, ib. 2:6 Patroclus sent to enquire about Machao:1, Pope il. 1 ; 345

advised to fight in Achilles' armour, Pope il. 1 : 352 request of,

Yald. 396 go, in Achilles' arms,

Pope il. 2:: 102 lead forth my Myrmidons, Pope il. 2.: 102 and conquer in

Pote il. 2 : 102 touch not Hèctor, Hector is my due, Pope il. 2 : 102 puts on Achilles' armour, Pope il. 2 : 104 Achilles' dearer part,

Pope il. 2 : 145 is now an empty name,

Pope il. 2: 155 dead, his arms are Hector's right, Pope il. 2 : 170 lamented by Achilles,

Pope :1, 2: 170 of mildest manners, and the gentlest heart,id. 2 : 162 in death a hero, as in life a friend, Pope il. 2 : 162 lov'd beyond myself, is slain, Pope il. 2: 172 dead, Achilles hates to live, Pope il. 2:173 dead, whoever meets me dies, Pope il. 2 : 239 gone, I stay but half behind,

Pope. il. 2: 109 hail! bloody Hector stretch'd before thee, id. 2 : 290 funeral procesion of,

Pope il. 2: 294

Pope il. 2 : 296 funeral games for,

Pole il. 2: 300 Pattens, invention of,

Gay 1 : 108 reason of the name,

Cay I:o

Paul

pyre of,

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