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PAGE Lords, Knights, and Squires, the .. 76
M. PRIOR In J. DRYDEN's Mis
cellany Poems, V, 1704. Love and Folly were at play
66 P. A. Motteux. In J. O. (J. OLDMIXON]'s Muses' Mercury for April,
1707 Love's an idle childish Passion
232 H. BAKER, F.R.S. In British Musical Miscellany, I [April, 1734).
(M.) Love is a scion cropped from ..... 61
T. ELLWOOD. In his Collection of
Poems (1730). Love, wearied with his roving 97
ANON In Oxford and Cambridge Miscellany Poems, ed. by E. FENTON, (1709). This Poem is on the same subject as Prior's at p. 86, published in the same vear.
PAGE Oft hast thou told me, Dick ! in 186
N. AMHURST. Poems, 1723., 0, grant that Marshal Wade
275 ANON. O, I'll have a husband! aye
271 H. CAREY. In Sir J. VANBRUGH and C. CIBBER's Provoked Husband, and
Ed., 1729 One day, the God of fond desire 282
J. THOMSON. Poems, 1750. 0, nightingale ! best poet of the.... 282
J. THOMSON. Poems, 1750.
G. LYTTELTON, Lord LYTTELTON.
159 J. GAY. Acis and Galatea, 1732. 0, say, What is that thing called 257 C. CIBBER, P.L. In British Musical
Miscellany, I (March, 1734). (M.) 0, the pleasing, pleasing anguish.. 45 Rt. Hon. JOSEPH ADDISON. Rosa
mond, 1707 'O, Venus! Beauty of the skies!.. 104
A. PHILIPS. The Spectator, No. 223,
Man 's a poor deluded Bubble
295 R. DODSLEY. Trifles, 1745. Me Cupid made a happy slave
63 Capt. Sir R. STEELE. In J. 0. [J. OLDMIXON]'s Muses' Mercury for February, 1707. My days have been so wondrous 114
Archdeacon T. PARNELL, D.D. In Pretical Miscellanies, ed.' by Sir R. STEELE, 1714. My time, o, ye Muses ! was happily 100 J. BYROM, F.R.S.
The Spectator No. 605, October 6, 1714. The text is from Miscellaneous Poems, Manchester, 1773
Persuade me not, there is a grace..
A. FINCH, Countess of WINCHILSEA.
Miscellany Poenis, 1713.
E. HOWARD, Earl of SUFFOLK. In his
Miscellanies, 1725. Polly ! from me, though now a .... 206
R. SAVAGE. Works, 1775. Pope has the talent weil to speak.. 211 Dean J. SWIFT. Poetical Works,
ANON. Poems, &c., published by J.
Not with more glories in th'.
A. POPE. Rape of the Lock, ist Ed.,
1714. No warning of th' approaching ...
G. GRANVILLE, Lord LANSDOWNE. Works 1732.
PAGE Says my uncle, 'I pray you
167 The snows are melted, and the 138 J. GAYIn Swift and POPE'S Mis
L. WELSTED. Epistles, Odes, &C., cellanies, 1727
1724. See! see, she wakes! Sabina.. 57 The various Suppliants which .... 294 W. CONGREVE. Works, 1710.
R. DODSLEY. Trifles, 1745. She said. The pitying audience 30
The Wanton's charms, however .. 284 A. POPE. Rape of the Lock, 5th Ed.,
J. THOMSON. Poems, 1750. 1718.
Though I never got possession 145 She was not coy!
LADY M. W. MONTAGU. Works, E. ROOME. His alteration of R.
1803 BROME's Jovial Crew, 1731.
Though women, 'tis true, are but.. 218 Soft kisses may be innocent
E. ROOME. His alteration of R. C. COCKBURN. Works, 1751.
BROME's Jovial Crew, 1731.
W. CONGREVE. Works, 1710.
Thus Kitty, beautiful and young .. 84 M. PRIOR. Poems, Dublin, 1723.
M. PRIOR. Poems, Dublin, 1723: Sweet are the charms of her I love 140 Thus to a ripe, consenting Maid
56 B. BOOTH In Musical Miscellany,
W. CONGREVE. Old Batchelor, in II, 1729. (M.)
1748. "Tell me, Eunesia ! prithee, tell!..
To him who in an hour must die .. 247 ANON. 'In Miscellaneous Poems, ed.
G. LYTTELTON, Lord LYTTELTON. by J. RALPH, 1729.
In R. DODSLEY's Collection, &c., II, Thanks, Chloe! Thy coquetting.. 285 1748. R. WEST. In A. DALRYMPLE's Col
To keep thy saul frae puny strife.. 185 lection, $c., 1796.
A. RAMSAY. Poems, Edin., 1, 1724. The dusky night rides down the 261 To stifle Passion is no easy thing! 120 H. FIELDING. Don Quixote in
Archdeacon T. PARNELL, D.D. In England, 1734.
J. NICHOL's Select Collection, &c., III, • The heavy hours are almost past 245 1780.
G. LYTTELTON, Lord LYTTELTON. To wake the soul, by tender
A. POPE. In Rt. 'Hon. J. ADDISON'S 1748.
Cato, 1713. The Lass that would know how
204 'Twas when the seas were roaring 162 M. CONCANEN. In Musical Mis
J. Gay. The What d' ye call it(1715), cellany, I, 1729. (M.)
in Poems, 1720. The merchant, to secure his
80 M. PRIOR. Poems, 1709. The mind of a woman can never .. 219
E ROOME. His alteration of R.
BRome's Jovial Crew, 1731.
Unless with my Amanda blest 278
J. THOMSON. Poems, 1750.
R. LEVERIDGE. In Musical Mis-
A. POPE. Odes, in Works, 1736.
Lady G. BAILLIE. In W. THOMSON'S Orpheus Caledonius 11725). (M.) There was an old fellow at
219 E. ROOME. His alteration of R.
Warned, and made wise by others' 238 BRome's Jovial Crew, 1731.
G. GRANVILLE, Lord LANSDOWNE. These, equal syllables alone ... 3 Works, 1732.
A. POPE Essay on Criticism, 17!1. Well! if ever I saw such another..
Dean J. SWIFT. Poetical Works, Dublin edition of 1717.
PAGE While you, my Lord! the rural....
Rt. Hon. J. ADDISON. In J. DRYDEN'S Miscellany Poems, V, 1704. Why are those charms by frowns 205
M. CONCANEN. In Miscellaneous Poems, ed. by R. SAVAGE, 1726. Why, Celia ! should you so much 298
ANON. In Miscellaneous Poems, ed. by J. RALPH, 1729. Why, Damon! why, why, why so
M., Lady CHUDLEIGH. Poems, 1703. Why, lovely Charmer! tell me .. 62 Capt. Sir R. STEELE.
241 G. GRANVILLE, Lord LANSDOWNE.
Works, 1732 Why should those eyes, Florella! 251 W. POPPLE. In Miscellaneous Poems, ed. by R. SAVAGE, 1726. Why we love, and why we hate 106
A. PHILIPS. Pastorals, &c., 1744. Why will Delia thus retire
144 Lady M. W. MONTAGU. In R. DODSLEY's Collection, &c., 1, 1755. With an honest old friend, and.... 268
H. CAREY. Poems, 3rd Ed., 1729. With downcast eyes and folded
231 H. BAKER, F.R.S. In Musical Miscellany, III, 1730. (M.) With my frailty, don't upbraid me!
W. CONGREVE. Semele, an Opera, in Works, 1710 "Womani thoughtless, giddy... 230 H. BAKER, F.R.S. In Musical Miscellany, IV, 1730. (M.)
PAGE What dire offence, from am'rous.. 4 A. POPE. The first Three Cantos of The Rape of the Lock are from the Ist Ed. of 1714 ; the last Two, from the 5th Ed. of 1718. What man, in his wits, had not.... 199
Rev. S. WESLEY. Miscellaneous Poems, ed. by D. Lewis, 1726. What Nymph should I admire, or.. 78
M. PRIOR.' Poems, Dublin, 1723. What! put off with one denial!.... 93
J. PHILIPS. Cider, *c., 1708. What though I am a London 223
ANON. In British Musical Mis. cellany (March, 1734). (M.) What though they call me Country 270
H. CAREY. In Sir J. VANBRUGH and
C. CIBBER's Provoked Husband, and What Woman could do, I have
C. CIBBER, P.L. Love in a Riddle, 1719. When all was wrapped in dark
Ye Poets ragged and forlorn
Dean J. SWIFT. Poetical Works, 1736. ‘Ye Shepherds and Nymphs, that 198
W. HAMILTON, of Bangour. Poems, 1760. "Ye Shepherds of this pleasant.... 196
W. HAMILTON, of Bangour. Poems, 1760. You ask, my friend! How I can .. 136
Rev. L. EUSDEN, P.L. In Poetical
1714 You little know the heart, that you 146
Lady M. W. MONTAGU. Works, 1803. ‘Young Strephon, by his folded
156 W. BEDINGFIELD. In A. H. [A.
HAMMOND)'s New Miscellany, 1720. Youth's the season made for joys! 170
J. GAY. The Beggar's Opera, 1728.
ANON. (? Edin., ? 1723.) D. MALLET touched up this old Ballad'; and passed it off as his own. When Britain first, at Heaven's 279 J. THOMSON and D. MALLET. Alfred, a Masque. It is thought that its
Songs are by THOMSON.
50 M., Lady CHUDLEIGH. Poems, 1703. When Delia on the plain appears.. 244
G. LYTTELTON, Lord LYTTELTON. In R. DODSLEY's Collection, $c., II, 1748. when I think on your truth; I.... 250
G. LYTTELTON, Lord LYTTELTON. In R. DODSLEY's Collection, $c., II, 1748. When mighty Roast Beef was the. 262
H. FIELDING. Don Quixote in England, 1734:-R. LEVERINGE. In British Musical Miscellany, III (May, 1735). (M.) •When Slaves their liberty require 54
W. WALSH. In The Grove, 1721. 'When thy beauty appears., 115
Archdeacon T. PARNELL, D.D. Poems, ed. by A. POPE, 1722. When you censure the Age.. 171
J. GAY. The Beggar's Opera, 1728. While at my house in Fleet'street 124
N. ROWE, P.L. Poetical Works, and While Butler, needy wretch! was 209
Anon. In Miscellaneous Poems, ed.
by D. LEWIS, 1726. While from our looks, fair Nymph! 77
M. PRIOR. Poems, 1709.
Capt. Sir R. STEELE. Tender
GLOSSARY AND INDEX.
A', 183, 194, all.
Court Ball given
mance by Mrs. M. Manley. Exploded Bite, 272, a hoax,
of a swindle.
A Black Coat, 65, the Clergy.
A blackguard boy, 72, a boy
House of Commons.
Blackmore, Sir R., 132.
easy fellows, gallants.
Blaté, 183, bashful, diffident.
Looking babies, 99, the small | The Blind Boy (C. Cibber,
the pupil of another's eye. A purer blush, 9, by the use
Blyth, 194, blithe.
Boileau-Despreaux, N., 4.
To boot, 65, into the bargain.
Bangs me, 266, beats me. Painted Bow, 13, the rainbow.
Bow street, London, 125.
11, 18, 19, 20-22, 28, 30, 33, 34: Bra, 202, brave, fine.
in Smithfield on Št. Bar- Braided colours gay, 139,
Bedingfield, W., 156-158. Breathing rocks, 41, sculp-
Belinda (Anon.), 95.
Belinda l = Miss A. Fermor] Brimmers, 116, cups full to
Belinda (1. Thurston), 226. Britain, 40, 44, 279.
Brown, Sir G. [= Sir
venny, Monmouthshire. A brushing fox, 261, a fox
berries, as they were roasted. A Bubble, 73, 295, a dupe,
Betty [. = Belinda's lady's. a gull.
Bubbles, 176, mad specula.
Budgell, E., 134.
Bevil (H. Baker, F.R.S.), 230. Burn, 183, stream.
wood or whalebone in front
of a corset, to stiffen it.
elegantly dressed for the Byrom, F.R.S.; J., 100-103.
Cæsar, C. J., 47, 49.
a nickname of Daphne (M., Lady Chud.
leigh), 50, 51.
Daphnis (J. Gay), 164-166.
Codille, 19, when the Challen. Dapperwit (A. Pope), 32.
ger at Ombre loses the game. Dapperwit (M. Concanen),
Celia (C. Mordaunt, Earl of Date, 22, liinit, termination.
Dawted, 184, favoured.
Declaration for Liberty of
Conscience, issued by James
II in 1687, and again in
Colin (the poetical name of 1688, 147
to make a right-about turn, Colin (?= Lord W. Hamil. Delavall, Admiral, 125.
ton!(? 1. Conway, Countess Delia (W. Congreve), 56, 57,
Delia (Rev. L. Eusden, P.L.),
Colin (Rev. J. Hoadly), 253. 136.
Colin l = the poetical name of Delia (J. Gay), 166.
N. Rowe, P.L.), 125-127. Delia (G. Granville, Lord
Lansdowne), 240, 241.
wards Mrs. Boughton (G.
intoxicated, worse for liquor. Delia (A. Philips), 107, 108
The nice conduct of a Delia (J. Thurston), 227.
Dennis, J., 133.
Congreve, W., 56-60, 124, Dick (N. Amhurst), 186-193.
99, pay your rent.
at | Ran a new division, 91,
spoke upon another subject
do, 202, to do.
Dodsley, R., 294-297.
Dollor, 202, dolour.
Doughtna, 183, could not.
Downright Dunstable was
Cynthia (A. Pope), 23. I! 91, I used plain straight-
The Downs, 160, at Deal.
Drap, 182, drop.
Thro the drawf, 203, on
Damon (H. Baker, F.R.S.), Drawing Room, 169, the
roval receptions for Ladies.
Damon (H. Carey), 273: Drolled, 117, jested, made fun
The Drops, 14, earrings.
D'Urfey, T., 132, 209.
Dye, 202, die.
Edie r = Edward), 182, 183.
Een, 182, eyes.