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Rainbow, the, i.

83, 243-249

Rainy Sunday in an Inn, ii.
RALEIGH, SIR WALTER, i.
RAMSAY, ALLAN, i.
581-587
Randolph, Lady, Discovery of her
Son, ii. .

RANDOLPH, THOMAS, i.

Page

624
192

138

145, 216

RAY, JOHN, i.
524
Readiness to take Offence, against, i. 279
Reading, Remarks on, ii.

201
237

Reason, Defence of, i.
Reason and Discretion, the Age of, i. 292

Rebuke of Human Pride, i.

451

454
554
123, 319
596, 597

.

RHIND, MR, ii..

Rhyming Chroniclers, the, i.
RICARDO, DAVID, ii.

Recluse, the, ii.


Recluse, the Fair, ii.
Recreation, i.

Recreations, the Country's, i.


Recruiting Officer, Scenes from
the, i.
600-602
Redbreast Coming into his Cham-
ber, Upon Occasion of a-[Bishop
Hall], i.

Red Sea, Passage of the, ii.
REES, DR A. ii.

REEVE, MISS CLARA, ii.
Reflection upon a Lanthorn and

Candle, carried by on a Windy
Night, i.

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Reformation, the, i.
Reformation in England, State of
Parties at the, ii.
Reformation, the Monks and Puri-

.

Rejected Addresses, ii.

Relations, Poor, ii.

Religion, i.

Religion, Against the Employment

314

607

129

of Force in, i.

Religion, on the Effects of, ii.
Religion not Hostile to Pleasure, i.
Religion, Private Judgment in, i.
Religion, Right of Private Judgment
in, i.

702

146

186

398

322
208

431, 432

358

132

i..

Revenge of Injuries, i.

Reverie, a Nocturnal, i.
REYNOLDS, FREDERICK, ii.

Reynolds' Painted Window at Ox-

ford, Lines on, ii.

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Rich, the Art of Growing, i.
RICH, CLAUDIUS JAMES, ii.
Richard II. the Morning before his

Murder in Pomfret Castle, i.

275

408

255

180

Religion, Zeal and Fear in, i.

504
237

286

.

306

Religious Discussions, Reason must
be Appealed to in, i.
Religious Edifices, Destruction of, in
1559, i.
Religious Matters, Authority of Rea-
son in, i.
Religious Opinions, Vindication of, i. 671
Religious Toleration, i.
298
Remorse, Scene from, ii.
514-516
Resignation, ii. .
87
Restoration, Improved Style of Dra-

660

matic Dialogue after the, i.
Resurrection, the, i.
Retaliation, Passages from, ii.
Retirement, 1758, ii.

Retirement, the, i.
Retirement, Cowley's Love of, i.

Retirement, on his-[Pope to Swift],

518
400

183

494
315, 447
64

286

655

445
287

ROBERTSON, DR WILLIAM, ii.
ROBERTSON, J. P. and W. P. ii.
Robin Goodfellow, i.
ROCHESTER, EARL OF, i.
Rochester, Letters of, i.
ROGERS, SAMUEL, ii.
ROGET, DR, ii.

Roman Power in Britain, Expiration
of the, i.

Romances, English Metrical, i..
Rome, Funeral Ceremony at, ii.
418 Rome, Midnight Scene in, ii.
447 Rooks, Evening Sports of the, ii.
ROSCOE, WILLIAM, ÏÏ.
ROSCOMMON, EARL OF, i.
Rose, the, i.
Rose, a, i.

413

83

107

354
449

580

532

100

700

6

Richard III. Character of, i.
Richard's Theory of the Mind, i.
RICHARDSON, DR, ii.
RICHARDSON, SAMUEL, ii.
Riches, on, i.

Riches, the Emptiness of, ii.
Richmond, Countess of, Character
and Habits of the, i.
Right of Property, ii.

62

246, 247
Right and Wrong, Natural and Es-
sential Difference of, i.

664

Rime of the Ancient Mariner, ii. 337
Rimini-Funeral of the Lovers in,

424

103

688

679

701

614

677

98

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636

Sanctimony, Hypocritical, i.
SANDYS, GEORGE, i.
Sardanapalus's State, ii.
Satan's Address to the Sun, i.
154 Satan's Speech-[Cadmon], i.
Satan's Survey of Greece, i.
Satires, Pope's, from the Prologue to
the, i.
563
403

Saturn and Thea, ii.

361

361
1-3

81

333
22
95
260

192

406

407

407

408
646

685
448

685

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ii.

Self-Love, Immoderate, i.
Self-Murder, i.

286 Selma, the Songs of, ii.
590 SENIOR, N. W. ii.

215

Scholar, Every Nature not Suitable
for a, i.

Schoolmaster, Detached Observations
from the, i.
Schoolmaster, the Good, i..
Schoolmistress, the, ii.

School-Usher, Wretchedness of a, ii.
SCORESBY, WILLIAM, ii.
Scorn not the Least, i.

SCOT, ALEXANDER, i.
Scot to his Heart, i.

Page

Scotland, the Complaynt of, i.
Scotland, Lines Written in the High-
lands of, ii.

.

Scotland, Tears of, ii.
Scotland's Skaith, or the History of
Will and Jean, ii..
488, 489
121
378-386, 585-589, 646
Scottis, the New Maneris and the
Auld of, i.

SCOTT, JOHN, ii..
SCOTT, SIR W. ii.

Scottish Country Wedding, ii.
Scottish Music, on, ii.

401

8

Scottish Rebellion, the, ii.

672 Scottish Scenery and Music, iî.

392 Scripture and the Law of Nature, i.
689 Sea, the, i.

637 Sea-Captain, a Prudent, ii.
355

Sea-Coasts, Scenery of the, ii.


Sea, Stanzas on the, ii.
Seasons, Hymn to the, ii.
Sectarian Differences, i.
SEDLEY, SIR CHARLES, i.
SELDEN, JOHN, i.

Self-Control-Final Escape of Laura,

.

.

Sennacherib's Army, Destruction of,

ii.

Sensitive Plant, from the, ii.

Sephestia's Song to her Child, i.
Sermons, i.

Serpents, Irish, the Last of the, ii.
Session, Tidings fra the, i.
SEWARD, MISS, ii.
SHADWELL, THOMAS, i.
SHAFTESBURY, EARL OF, L
Shaftesbury, Character of, i.
Shaftesbury's Address to Monmouth,
i.

307 SHEFFIELD, LORD, ii.

80 SHEIL, R. L. ii.

701 SHELLEY, PERCY BYSSHE, ii.
308 SHELLEY, MRS, ii.

.

SHAKSPEARE—his Poetry, i..
SHAKSPEARE his Plays, i.
Shakspeare, Character of, i.
Shakspeare, Inscription for a Monu-
ment to, ii.

329 Shakspeare, to the Memory of, i.
527 Shakspeare, on the Portrait of, i.
289 Shakspeare, Universality of the
307 Genius of [Lord Jeffrey], ii.
306 SHEFFIELD, JOHN [Duke of Buck-
inghamshire], i.

306

113 Shelley's Lines to an Indian Air, il.
192 SHENSTONE, WILLIAM, ii.

5

595

572-575
438

392

79
701

265

SHERLOCK, DR WILLIAM, i

She's Gane to Dwall in Heaven, ii.
Shilling, the Splendid, i.
Ships and Books Compared, i.
Shipwreck, the [Falconer], ii.
Shipwreck, the-[Byron], ii.
Shipwreck, the [Prof. Wilson], ii.
Shipwreck by Drink, i.
Shipwrecked Solitary's Song-To the
Night, ii.

78
412

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320

363
105-108
176-191
493

72
307

211

114
114

697

378

644
517
395-402
590
402
35-40
84
126
169

680 Shepherd, Passionate, to his Love, i.
666 Shepherd, the Steadfast, i.

Shepherd and his Wife, i.

444
254 Shepherd's Life, the Blessings of a, i. 188
353 Shepherd's Life, Happiness of the, i. 122
338 Shepherd's Song, i.
2 SHERIDAN, RICHARD BRINSLEY,

922

342

ii.

251

131

236

252

623

225

440

18

640

358

282

272
400

169

234

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Sinners, the Resurrection of, i.
Sixteen, ii.

SKELTON, JOHN, i.

SKINNER, JOHN, ii.

Skylark, to a, ii.
Skylark, the, ii.
Sleep, to, i.

Sleep, Epigram on, ii.

Sleep, the House of, i.

SMITH, WILLIAM, ii.

SMOLLETT, T. G. ii.

| Sleeping Child-Prof. Wilson], ii.
Sleeping Figure of Modena, ii.

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Sleeping Beauty, the, ii.

Sleeping Child-[S. T. Coleridge], ii.

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194

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196

203

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Sleeping Palace, the, ii.

SMART, CHRISTOPHER, ii.
SMITH, ALBERT, ii.

SMITH, DR ADAM, ¡i.

108-112
629
207, 242
SMITH, JAMES and HORACE, ii. 429-433
SMITH, HORACE, ii. .
627
SMITH, MRS CHARLOTTE, ii. 273-275, 554
SMITH, REV. J. ii.

646

SMITH, REV. SIDNEY, ii.

SMITH, DR SOUTHWOOD, ii.

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Song to Echo, ii.

Song-Farewell to Ayrshire, ii.

351 Song-May-Eve, or Kate of Aber-

deen, ii.

45
128

Song-Menie, ii.

399 Song-My Bonny Mary, ii.

·

499 Song-(My dear mistress has a heart),
210 i.

301

Song-My Nanie O, ii.

93
468
344

Song-My only Jo and Dearie O, ii.
Song-(0, Nanny, wilt thou gang wi'
me), ii.

435
442

Song-(0 tuneful voice! I still de-
plore), ii.
467 Song-(Oh do not wanton with those
eyes), i.
Song (Oh say not that my heart is
cold), ii.
Song-(Pack clouds away, and wel-
come day), i.
Song-(Phillis, men say that all my
Vows), i.


655, 695
703
524
64-68, 165-170
Snails, upon the Sight of two, i.
Society compared to a Bowl of Punch,

275

Song by Rogero in The Rovers-(When-
e'er with haggard eyes I view), ii.
Song-(Say lovely dream), i.
Song-(Sweet woman is like the fair
flower in its lustre), i.
Song-The Braes o' Balquhither, ii.
Song-The Braes o' Gleniffer, ii.
Song-The Flower o' Dumblane, ii.
Song-(The lark now leaves his watery
nest), i.

i.

624
Socrates, Condemnation and Death
634-636
216
287

of, ii.

147

Soldier, a Drowned, i.
Soldier's Home, the, ii.
Solicitude-[Pastoral Ballad], ii.
Solitary Tomb, the, ii.

39

585
115


Song-The Last Time I came o'er the
Moor, i.
440 Song-The Parting Kiss, ii.
Song-The Poet's Bridal Day, ii.
Song-The Royalist, i.
Song-The Saint's Encouragement, i. 153

140

Solitude on a Battle-field, ii.
Solitude, Ode to, ii.
Solitude preferred to a Court Life,

501

119

154

&c. i.

Song-(The season comes when first
we met), ii.
Song-There is a Garden in her Face,

280

i.

228
471

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Solomon, Abra's Love for, i.
SOMERVILLE, WILLIAM, i.
Song-A Wet Sheet and a Flowing
Sea, ii.

Song-Ae Fond Kiss, ii.
Song (Ah, Chloris! could I now but
sit), i.

.

19
118

Song-(Ask me no more where Jove
bestows), i.

Song-(At setting day and rising
morn), i.

Song (Auld Robin Forbes), ii.
Song-(Away! let nought to love

displeasing), ii.

Song-Bruce's Address, ii.

635

513

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405

Song, Convivial, i.

Song of the Crazed Maiden, ii.

Song to David, ii.

Song (Dorinda's sparkling wit and
eyes), i.

Song (Dry those fair, those crystal
eyes), i.

Song (Ah, the poor shepherd's mourn-
ful fate), ii.

Song (Amarantha, sweet and fair),
i.

188
537

580

135

486

Song-(Busy, curious, thirsty fly), ii. 121

Song-Constancy, i.

357

225

315

109-112

436 Song-(Love wakes and weeps), ii.

293 Song-Macpherson's Farewell, ii.

436 Song-Mary Morison, îî.

294 Song to May, ii.

501

486

358

25

144

120

585

276

377

Page
Song-(Give me more love, or more
disdain), i.

121

281

Song-Gloomy Winter's now Awa, ii. 492
Song-(Go, lovely rose), i.
328
Song-(Go, youth beloved, in distant
glades), ii.
Song-(Good night and joy be wi' ye
a'), ii.
Song-(Hast thou seen the down in
the air), i.

495

136

118

273

492

Song-(I prithee send me back my
heart), i.

Song-(If I had thought thou couldst
have died), ii. .

Song (It was not in the winter), ii.
Song-Jemmy Dawson, ii.

Song-Jenny Dang the Weaver, ii.
Song-(Look out, bright eyes, and
bless the air), i.

Song-(Love still has something of
the sea), i.

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Song-(Think not of the future), ii.
Song('Tis now, since I sat down
before), i.

Song-(To all you ladies now at land),

i.

Song-(Too late, alas! I must confess),

i.

Song-(What ails this heart o' mine?)

ii.


Song-(What bird so sings, yet so does
wail), i.
Song (What pleasure have great
princes), i.

Song-When the Kye comes Hame,
ii.

Song-(While on those lovely looks
I gaze), i.
Song-Why should you swear I am
forsworn), i.

Song-(Why so pale and wan, fond
lover?) i.

Song (Wi' drums and pipes the
clachan rang), ii.
Song--(Woo'd, and married, and a'),

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Song-Would you know what's soft),

411
464

39
494

209

358
386

485

121
486

486

357

501
492

76

280

113

411

221

358

296
328

573

491

491
491

135

377

357

276

166

225

498

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Sonnet-On the Departure of the
Nightingale, ii.
Sonnet-On England, ii.
Sonnet-On First Looking into Chap-
man's Homer, ii.

Sonnet-On King's College Chapel,
Cambridge, ii.

Sonnet-On Sabbath Morn, ii.
Sonnet-On Shakspeare, ii.
Sonnet-The First Man, ii.
Sonnet-The Human Seasons, ii.
Sonnet-The Primrose, ii.

.

Sonnet-The Thrush's Nest, ii.
Sonnet-The World is Too Much
with Us, ii.

Sonnet To the Glow-Worm, ii.
Sonnet-To Time, ii.
Sonnet-What art thou, Mighty
One !) ii.
Sonnet-Winter Evening at Home,

ii.

.

SPELMAN, SIR HENRY, i.
SPENCER, THE HON. W. R. ii.
SPENCER, MR, ii.

SPENSER, EDMUND, i.
Spenser and Milton, i.
Spirit of the Cape, the, ii.
Spiritual Pride, i.
Splendid Shilling, the, i.
SPOTISWOOD, JOHN, i.
SPRAT, DR THOMAS, i.
Sprig of Heath, on a, ii.
Spring, Approach of, i.
Spring, Birds Pairing in, ii.
Spring, a Northern, ii.
Spring, Ode to, ii.
Spring, Showers in, ii.
Spring, the Voice of, ii.
Squire and the Dove, i.
Squire of Low Degree, i.
ST COLUMBANUS, i.

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325

84

346

275

325

333

228

Sonnet-Written at the Close of
Spring, ii.

274


Sonnet-Written by Paterson on the
Burial-Ground of his Ancestors, ii. 478
Sonnets [Drummond's], i.
Sonnets to a Friend, ii.
Sonnets by Lord Thurlow, ii.
Sonnets in Praise of a Solitary Life,
i.
157, 160

160
472
363

·

82
124

Sonnets of Sir Philip Sidney, i
Sorceress of Vain Delight, i.
Sorcery and Witchcraft, i.
SOTHEBY, WILLIAM, ii.
Soul and Body, the, i.
Soul, Immortality of the, ii.
Soul's Errand, the, i.

274

406

Stag-Hunt-[Sir Philip Sidney], i.
Stag-Hunt-[Michael Drayton], i.

406

326

289

472

471

406

427
427

325

426
346

271

360, 514

453
195

85

109

346

440
588

South American Scenery, ii.
SOUTH, DR ROBERT, i. .
SOUTHERNE, THOMAS, i.
SOUTHEY, R. ii. 347-350, 642, 645, 691
460
SOUTHEY, MRS, ii.
350
Southey's Epitaph, ii.
SOUTHWELL, ROBERT, i.
Speaking, Evil, i.
SPEED, JOHN, i.

.

96

283

263
263
420-422
686
85
496
72
437
375

306, 307
448-450

281

121
15

456

277
15
438

91

10
1
55
261

644
256

302

346

de
566-568
28
361
233
99

Page

STANHOPE, EARL OF CHESTER-
FIELD, ii.

129

248
STANLEY, THOMAS, i.. 319-321, 527
Stanzas-(As when a lady, walking
Flora's bower), i.
Stanzas-(Away with the pleasure
that is not partaken!) ii.
Stanzas (Oddly called by Herbert
The Pulley,') i.

462

132

.

Stanzas by Shelley-Written in De-
jection, near Naples, ii.
Stanzas (When midnight o'er the
moonless skies), ii.

Star of Bethlehem, ii.

Starling, the [Captivity], ii.

Starry Heavens, the, ii.
STAUNTON, SIR GEORGE, ii.
STEELE, SIR RICHARD, i.
Stella and Vanessa-[Swift], i.
STEPHENS, J. L. ii.

STERLING, JOHN, ii.
STERNE, LAWRENCE, ii.
STEWART, PROFESSOR DUGALD,
STILL, JOHN, i.

SUCKLING, SIR JOHN, i.

Summer Evening, ii.
Summer Morning, ii.

STILLINGFLEET,
EDWARD, i.
STIRLING, EARL OF, i.
Story of a Betrothed Pair in Humble
Life, ii.

Story of La Roche, ii.
Story, Romantic, ii. .
Story-Telling, i.
STOW, JOHN, i.
STRYPE, JOHN, i.
STUART,
DR GILBERT, ii.
Studies, i.

Studies, Useful, i.

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Study of God's Works, i.

Study, Injudicious Haste in, i.

Study of Natural Philosophy Favour-

Swallow, the, i.

Swedish Society-[Laing], ii.

422

302

174

455
680
602-609
546

679

472
171-175
ii. 647
164
437, 438
157

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able to Religion, i. .

Study of Nature Recommended, i.

Study should be Relieved by Amuse-
ment, i.

STUKELEY, WILLIAM, ii.

76
243

Style, Simplicity of, Recommended, i. 75

Sublimity, on, ii.

219
134-137
6, 15
15, 427

378

346

362
132
689

Sun, on the Setting, ii.

Sun-Dial in a Churchyard, ii.
Sun-Flower, the, ii.
Sunday, i.

Sunrise and Sunset in the Woods, ii.
Supplication in Contemption of
Side Tails, i.

Suretyship and Borrowing, i.
SURREY, EARL OF, i.
Sutherland, to the Duchess of, ii.

Swaggering Bully and Boaster, i.

SWAIN, CHARLES, ii.

Tailor, of a Precise, i.

Tale of Anningait and Ajut, ii.

Talent and Genius, ii.

Tales of Travellers, i.

Sweet Neglect, the, i.

Sweet William's Farewell to Black-

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235

46, 47
459

594

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TALFOURD, T. N. ii.

Tamerlane-Term of his Conquest,

Death, &c. ii.

TANNAHILL, ROBERT, ii.
Tars, King of, i.

Taste, on the Cultivation of, ii.
Taste, on Delicacy of, ii.

Taste and Genius, Difference Be-

517
524

313
156
687 THOMSON, DR ANDREW, ii.
THOMSON, JAMES, ii.

608

249

659
192
243

294

302

513

473

365

686
113

634

60

504

198
490
9, 10

217

202

TAYLOR, JEREMY, i.
TAYLOR, Robert, i.
TAYLOR, W. ii.
Tear, to a, ii.
Tears, i.

·

Tears of Scotland, ii.
Temperance, or the Cheap Physi-
cian, i.
Tempest, a, i.
TEMPLE, SIR WILLiam, i.
Ten Years Ago, ii.
TENNANT, WILLIAM, ii.
TENNYSON, ALFRED, ii.
Tetrastic-From the Persian, ii.
THACKERAY, W. M. ii.

tween, ii.
218
Taste-Pleasures of Imagination], ii. 46
TAYLOR, HENRY, ii.
TAYLOR, ISAAC, ii.

524

701

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Thames and Windsor Forest, i.
Thanksgiving off Cape Trafalgar, ii.
Thanksgiving for his House-[Her-
rick], i.
Theatre, the-By the Rev. G. C.-
[Rejected Addresses], ii.
Theatres, Early, i.

Thebes, Opening a Tomb at, ii.
Thebes, the Ruins at, ii.
Theodore and Honoria, i.
Theological Controversies, i.
Thermopyle, the Battle of, i.
Thief and the Cordelier, i.
Thinking, on, ii.

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290-298

Eyed Susan, i.

575
SWIFT, JONATHAN, i. 545-553, 626-635
Swift-Verses on his own Death, i.
Swift's Thoughts on Various Sub-
jects, i.

549

Swiss and Italians Contrasted, ii.
Sword Chant of Thorstein Raudi, ii.
Sylvan Retreat, Description of a, i.
SYLVESTER, JOSHUA, i.
Syren's Song, the, i.

Sickness, ii.

84
129

Tabernacle and Temple of the Jews, i. 427

To a Tuft of Early Violets, ii.
Tobacco, Farewell to, ii.

Tobacco Pipe, Ode to a, ii.
TOBIN, JOHN, ii.
622 TOD, LIEUT.-COL. JAMES, ii.

104
153

260

Toilet, the, i.

521

Toleration, i.

Toleration, Religious, i.
Tomb, the, i.

Tomb, the Solitary, ii.
TOURNEUR, CYRIL, i.

Tower of Babel, Building of the, i.

Town and Country, ii.
Town, Farewell to, i.
Town Ladies, Satire on, i.
TOWNLEY, REV. MR, ii.
Travellers, Tales of, i.
Treason, of, i.

.

151
233
500-506
476
501-503
467, 468

118
625
322

308

142

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164, 165

669

669

367-370

457

247

661

12-22

48

Thomson, from the Monody on, ii.
Thomson, Ode on the Death of, ii. 34
Thorstein Raudi, Sword Chant of, ii. 504
Thoughts in a Garden, i.

Thoughts of Heaven, ii.

344
505
124

THRALE, MRS, ii.

Three Rules to be Observed for the
Preservation of a Man's Estate, i.
Thunder-Storm, ii.
THURLOW, EDWARD LORD, ii.
Thyestes, Extract from, i.
TICKELL, THOMAS, i.

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Tidings fra the Session, i.
TIGHE, MRS, ii.

278

TILLOTSON, JOHN, i.

Timber, i.

319

434-437
Time-(Why sitt'st thou by that
ruined hall), ii.

Time, Thoughts on, ii.

Time, Wrecks and Mutations of, ii.
Time's Alteration, i.

Times go by Turns, i.
Timour, Term of his Conquest,
Death, &c. ii.

TINDAL, DR MATTHEW, i..
Tinker, the, i.

Tintern Abbey, Lines Composed a
few Miles above, on Revisiting the
Banks of the Wye, ii.
To (Go-you may call it mad-
ness, folly), ii.

To (Music, when soft voices
die), ii.
To, (Too late I strayed-forgive
the crime), ii.

To Certain Golden Fishes, ii.

To my Daughter, on her Marriage-
[By Mrs Hunter], ii.

To a Lady, with

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To the Memory of a Lady, ii.

To T. L. H. Six Years Old, during a

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295

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135

Treasures of the Deep, the, ii.
TREBECK, GEORGE, ii.
Tree, Full-Blossomed, i.
Triumph, Her, i.
TROLLOPE, Mrs, ii.

Tron-Kirk Bell, to the, ii.
Truth, i.

Truth and Sincerity, Advantages of,
i.

434

213

130

128

TUCKER, ABRAHAM, ii.
Tuft-Hunting, fi.
Tullochgorum, ii.
TURNER, SHARON, ii.
TUSSER, THOMAS, i.
Tweedside, ii.

636
48
129

Twelfth Night, or King and Queen, i. 141
Tyme, Ane Schort Poeme of, i.
TYNDALE, WILLIAM, i.
TYTLER, P. F. ii.
TYTLER, WILLIAM, ii.
UDALL, NICOLAS, i.

157
73
643, 646

191
164

Udolpho, Description of the Castle
of, ii.

Una with the Lion, Adventure of, i.
Una and the Redcross Knight, i.
Unbelievers, Difficulty of Convincing
Interested, i.

Understandings, Men's, Causes of
Weakness in, i.

Universe, a Sketch of the, ii.
Universities, i.

Upas in Marybone Lane, ii.

Upholsterer, the Political, i.

Unwin, Mrs, Inscription on the Tomb
of, ii.

.

Vanities of the World, a Farewell to
the, i.

Vanity of Human Wishes, ii.
Vanity of the World, i.

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Vathek and his Magnificent Palaces,
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260 Wallace, Adventure of, i.

104 Wallace, Escape of, from Perth, i.

Useful Knowledge, Society for the
Diffusion of, ii.

702

648

Useless Learning, Absurdity of, i.
USHER, JAMES, i.

284
60

139

Utopian Idea of Pleasure, i.
Valediction, a, i.
Valediction-Forbidding Mourning, i. 110
Valentine, Bishop, Address to, i.
Valerius-his Visit to Athanasia in
Prison, ii.

110

Valley Perilous, the Devil's Head in
the, i.
VANBRUGH, SIR JOHN, i.

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VAUGHAN, HENRY, i.
Veal, Mrs, a True Relation of the
Apparition of, &c. i.
618-621
VENABLES, Rev. MR, ii.
684
Venice, a Morning in, ii.
673
Venice Preserved, Scenes from, i. 387-390
Venus and the Graces, i.
Venus, Medicean, Statue of the, at
Florence, ii.

200

436

Vice, Resolution Necessary in For-
saking, i.
Vicious Course, Commencement of, i. 436
Village Scold Surprising her Husband
in an Alehouse, ii.

Vintner, a, i.

487
409
295
518-520

Violets, to a Tuft of Early, ii.
Virginius, Scene from, ii.

Virgins, to the, to Make Much of
their Time, i.
141
132

Virtue, i.

Virtue and Happiness in the Coun-
try, ii.

532 Virtue more Pleasant than Vice, i.

598

33
597

105
28
130

118

541
318

673

679 Virtue and Vice Declared by the
General Vote of Mankind, i.
Virtuous Woman, a, ii..
Vision of Mirza, i.

558
301

435
454

610

293
319
440

Voice of Spring, the, ii.

4.38
262

Voltaire and the Lace-worker, ii.

215 Vortigern, King, the Deposition of, i. 55 ||

Vortigern and Rowen, i.

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WACE, i.

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WADDINGTON and HANBURY, ii.

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Wallace, the Death of, i.
WALLER, EDMUND, i.
WALPOLE, HORACE, ii.
WALTON, IZAAK, i.
Walton, Izaak, Invitation to,
Wanderer, the, ii.
Want, Against Repining in the Sea-
son of, i.

Wappy, Casa, ii.

War, Image of, ii.

War of the League, the, ii.

War, Picture of, ii.

War, Picture of the Miseries of, ii.

WARBURTON, BISHOP, ii.
WARD, R. P. ii.

WARNER, DR, ii.

Warnings, the Three, ii.
WARREN, SAMUEL, ii.

Warrior King, Death of the, ii.
Warriors, i.
Warriors their Departed Spirits

[From Joan of Arc], ii.
WARTON, JOSEPH, ii.
WARTON, THOMAS, ii.
Washing Day, ii.
WATERTON, CHARLES, ii.
WATSON, DR RICHARD, ii.
WATTS, ALARIC A. ii.
WATTS, DR ISAAC, ii.
We are Brethren a', ii.
WEBSTER, JOHN, i.
Wedding, Ballad on a, i.
Wedding, a Scottish Country, ii.
Wellington, Ode on the Duke of, ii.
WELLSTED, LIEUT. J. R. ii.

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Wentworth, Amelia, ii.
WESLEY, JOHN, ii.
Westminster Abbey, Sir Roger De

Coverley's Visit to, i.

ii.

Westminster, on the Tombs in, i.
Wet Sheet and a Flowing Sea, ii.
What is Life? ii.
WHATELY, ARCHBISHOP,
WHEWELL, REV. WILLIAM, ii.
Whistlecraft-[JOHN II. Frere],
tended National Work by, ii.
WHISTON, WILLIAM, i.
Whitbread's Brewery Visited

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WHITE, HENRY K. ii.
WHITE, REV. GILBERT, ii.
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Wild Deer, Address to a, ii.
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William III. Character of, i.
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278 WILSON, PROFESSOR, ii.
WILSON, THOMAS, i.
WILSON, WILLIAM RAE, ii.
Winchelsea, Anne, Countess of, i.
Wind, the Blowing of the, i.
Wind, Moral Reflections on the, i.
Windsor Castle-Written after See-
ing it, ii.

Windsor, Prisoner in, he Recounteth
Windsor Forest and the Thames, i.
his Pleasure there Passed-[Earl
of Surrey], i.

Wine, Over-indulgence in, ii.
Winter, Benevolent Reflections from,
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Winter Evening in the Country, ii.
Winter Landscape, ii.

Winter Walk, ii.


Wish, the, i.
Wit, the Ready and Nimble, i.
Wit, the Slow but Sure, i.
Wit-What is it? i.

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Winter's Morn, the, ii.

Wisdom, on, ii.

Wisdom, True, i.
Wise, Distinguished from Cunning
Ministers, i.

Wise Man, How to be Reputed a, i.
Wise Selection of Pleasures, i.
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446 Women, Praise of Good, i.
WOOD, ANTHONY, i.
Woodman's Walk, the, i.

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Witch, Picture of a, i.
Witch's Cave, the, i.
Witchcraft and Sorcery, i.
Witches-How they Travel, i.
WITHER, GEORGE, i.
WOLCOT, DR JOHN, ii.
WOLFE, CHARLES, ii.

Wolsey's House, King Henry's Visits
to, i.
Woman of Fashion, i.
Woman's Inconstancy, on,

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Women, Ironical Ballad on the Du-
plicity of, i.

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228

Woods, Sunrise and Sunset in the, ii. 689
WORDSWORTH, DR C. ii.

671
322-333

WORDSWORTH, WILLIAM, ii.
Workhouse, Parish, and Apothe-
cary, ii.

Works of God, Devout Contempla-
tion of, i.

World Compared to a Stage, i.
World, Evidence of a Creator in the
Structure of the, i.
World, the, Made with a Benevolent
Design, ii.
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WOTTON, SIR HENRY, i.
WOTTON, WILLIAM, i.
WRIGHT, THOMAS, ii.
Writers that Carp at other Men's
Books, i.

Written in the Highlands of Scot-
land-1812-[S. Rogers], ii.
Written in a Visit to the Country in
Autumn-[J. Logan], ii.
WYATT, SIR THOMAS, i.
WYCHERLEY, WILLIAM, i.
WYNTOUN, ANDREW, i.
Wyoming, Battle of, &c. ii.
Ye Mariners of England, ii.
Yeoman of Henry VII.'s Time, i.
YOUNG, EDWARD, ii.

Young Lochinvar, ii.

Young Men, Gay, upon Town, i.
Young Thief, the Troubles of a, i.
Youth and Age, ii.
Zeluco-Dispute and Duel between
the Two Scotch Servants in Italy,
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