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T(HOMAS] D[ELONEY). Three Ballads on the Armada fight. (Aug.

1588.).

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R. L[INCHE ?), Gentleman. DieLLA. Certain Sonnets, adjoined

to the amorous Poem of Dom DIEGO and GYNEURA. (1596.)... 185

Sir FRANCIS VERE. The Commentaries of Sir FRANCIS VERE,

being divers Pieces of Service wherein he had command;

written by himself, in way of Commentary. 1589-1601. (? 1606.) 57

LYRICS, ELEGIES, &c. First Set of Madrigals. By JOHN
WILBYE. (April 1598.)

325
WILLIAM KEMP. Kemp's nine days wonder. Performed in a

dance from London to Norwich. Containing the Pleasure,
Pains, and kind Entertainment of WILLIAM KEMP, between

London and that city, in his late Morrice. (April 1600.)...

AN. Sc. Gentleman. DAIPHANTUS, or The Passions of Love.

Comical to read, but Tragical to act : as full of Wit, as Ex.

perience. Whereunto is added, The Passionate Man's Pilgrim-

age. (1604.)

379

[?] I loved a lass, a fair one! (? 1629.) ..

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EDWARD CHAMBERLAYNE. The social position of the English

Established Clergy, in 1669, A.D. (1669.)

243

[T. B. (J. EACHARD, D.D.)], The Grounds and Occasions of the

Contempt of the Clergy and Religion Enquired into. In a
Letter written to R. L. (8 Aug. 1670.)

245

HENRY PITMAN. A Relation of the great sufferings and strange

adventures of Henry PITMAN, Chirurgeon to the late Duke of

MONMOUTH. (10 June 1689.)

333

J. WHICKER. An Account of the adventures of my Companions,

since I left them on Saltatudos. (1689.)

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ROBERT LYDE. A true and exact Account of the Retaking of a

Ship, called The Friends' Adventure, of Topsham, from the

French ; after she had been taken six days, and they were upon

the coasts of France with it four days. Where one Englishman

and a boy set upon Seven Frenchmen, killed two of them, took

the other Five prisoners, and brought the ship and them safe to

England. (1693.)

421

DANIEL Defoe. The True Born Englishman. A Satyr. (Jan.

1701.)

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LEGION's Memorial. (14 May 1701.)... ...

577

The History of the Kentish Petition.' (July 1701.) 553

The Shortest-Way with the Dissenters: or Pro-

posals for the Establishment of the Church. (1 Dec. 1702.) 585

A Hymn to the Pillory. (29 July 1703.)

603

The Prototype and Plan of the Review. (Sept.

1704.)

618

Defoe's intention to stop the Review with No.

100; and how it came to be continued. (Feb. 1705.)

620

Preface to the First Volume of the Review. (1705.) 626

Preface to the Second Volume of the Review.

(1706.) ...

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Preface to the Third Volume of the Review. (1706.) 636

Preface to the Fourth Volume of the Review.

(1708.)...

641

Preface to the Fifth Volume of the Review. (1709.) 644

Preface to the Sixth Volume of the Review. (1710.) 648

Preface to the Seventh Volume of the Review.

(1711.)...

653

The Revolution of 1688, its principles and pur.
poses in a nutshell. (7-10 Jan. 1710.) ...

460
An Appeal to Honour and Justice, though it be
of his worst Enemies. (Nov. 1714.)

465
Isaac BICKERSTAFF (i.6., RICHARD STEELE). The miseries of the
Domestic Chaplain, in 1710. (23 Nov. 1710.)

317
NESTOR IRONSIDE [i.e., RICHARD STEELE). Another description

of the miseries of the Domestic Chaplain, in 1713, A.D. (17 Sept.
1713.) ...

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By different steps......... 543
By my Old Friend

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By the first Address ... 539
By zeal, the Irish; and 515

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Calls players fools!

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Cease, Eyes, to ............

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Cheerful in labour......... 534
Clothed all in green ...

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Consumed by her I live 403
Could but our ancestors 552
Cruel, behold my

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Cruel to him that merits 236
CUPID had done some... 198

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A Chaos free to choose
A country lass ....

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Adieu, sweet

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Advance thy double.
After some time

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A glistering cutlass
Alas, what a wretched ...

330
Alas, what hope of
All his past kindness

549
All made of rugged

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All these, their barbarous

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All this tliey do in

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All you that list to look

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Although his guise 391
Although their bodies

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And as abroad we walked 12
And by the happy.....

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And for our silly women

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And for that

purpose 53
And here begins our.

522
And here I would be

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And if these ruffling.... 55
And lest, by length of

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And lest examples
And not content.....
And now, Farewell! ... 240
And now, lam gracea... 551
And on the eighth of

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And pluck the spreading

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And pray thee
And so She was.

239
And then bespake our...

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And think you not

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And this is my eternal... 420
And though my love

329
And thus equipped
And yours, dear....

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An Englishman is..

535
Art, and sweet Nature ! 402
ARTESIA, she must go... 418
As a black veil upon the 389
As for the general vices 534
As frighted patients

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As if in heaven, he was...

394
A sister, yet Nature....

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As Nature made him
As o'er the mountains
As the mild lamb runs...

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As we walked home.....

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As you discourse them 533

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DAIPHANTUs hearing
DAIPHANTOs oft signed
DAIPHANTUs then
Dear Love ! quoth he...
Dear Pity, how ! ah
Did I not love her.......
Did not the Romans
Diego now wrapped
Diego wished this
Die, helfless man.........
Doth Faith and Troth...
DRUNKENNESS, the
Dutch, Walloons

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At last, the Guider

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At last, the lady of

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At length, her Grace...... 50
At length, he grew as ...
At length, ISMENIO ......
At length looked up...... 396
At length resolved, he...
A True Born ..
At this, in wonder....
At this large offer.........
Away then crept he... ..
Away, thou shalt not
Ay me, can every
Blake)well (the
Beauty and Virtue

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Beauty and Virtue are...

395
Beauty and Virtue were 418
Beauty and Wit in these 418
1 Beauty and 2 Wit ......
Bless thou, this Love ...
Blood must be my.........

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Blot not thy beauty. 193
Boldly encouraged by... 215
Born to the needful 548
Both fair, as eke their... 390
Brave VERE!

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Break, break in pieces.. 235
Breathing forth sighs of 196
Bright Star of PHEBUS! 394
BRITANNIA's cries gave 542
But, all in vain

228
But, blinded as She was 223
But cruel She, more......

222
But England, modern

528
But first before his

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But GOD Almighty..
But grant the best ! 522
But if he did the subjects 538
But if the “Mutual

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But in this thankless

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But now, I will, thou 406
But now uncased, he 227
But, pardon me.. 238

DAIPHANTUs 405
But she is fair, and

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But soft, here comes ! ...

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But speak he will ! 414
But these false Spaniards
But thou inexorable art

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But thou wast then as... 231
But 'tis no matter......... 228
But tush, thou fool ! 403

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For, now, no longer

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For sooner was he not... 217

Fortune had crossed...... 398

For, yet, they lived

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France justly boast ...... 527
French cooks, Scotch ... 525
Friendship, th'abstracted 533
From thence, to...,

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From this amphibious... 521

Full heavy news it was 223

Fully revived, at last

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Many a merry meeting 12
Melts not thy heart ....

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Mirror of Beauty ! 192
Modest and humble......

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Most like a lion raised...

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My cousin ZIBA, of .... 550
My good DAIPIANTUS ! 395
My heart and ears

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My Hero, with the

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My life's preserver ! ...... 201
My Orisons are still....

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My predecessor JUDAS 550
My woes-- "There ...... 411

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If thou didst know

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If thou didst know

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If your mistakes

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I heard her sing, but.. 413

I invocate, to grace.

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I know, within

my

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I little dreamed of this 213
I'll fallow up the

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I'll serve her, as the......

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I loved a lass

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In Catalonie

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In close intrigues

529
I ne'er was wont to use 230
In Essex fair ......

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INGRATITUDE, a devil of 520
Ingratitude, the worst... 549
In happy hour

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Injoin the strange-born 226
In like extremes

214
Innumerable City...

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In our late Revolution... 550
In praising all, much 407
Inquire of her, whose

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In summer time....

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In summer time.

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In the end, doth.

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In their Religion, they... 532
In these laments

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In these meanders

211

In Venice fair, the city... 387

In woods, groves, hills... 404

I sang sometimes my 330

I sing that anthem 385

I sing the old World in .. 385

ISMENIO in humble wise 415
ISMENIO was resolved... 412
ISMENIO, with

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ISMENIO with these

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I swear to thee

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I tell thee, Love!

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I told thee, I, thou
It was but lately

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Nature had tried her 209
Nature that made them 390
Navies prepared to 609
Ne'er did the dungeon 215
Ne'er had the world a...

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Next bring some

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No man was ever yet ... 540

Nor can this Right be... 540

Nor do the poor alone... 530

No riches now can raise 14

Nor shall

my

Verse

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No sooner leaves ......... 197

Not distant far, within... 397

Not far from Venice..... 388

Now, all were silent....

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Now he that laughed

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Now is he gone who......
Now kneels to VENUS... 402
Now to the humble

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Now were they come 212
Now with his fingers

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Hail ! hieroglyphic 605
Hearken awhile.

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He dwelt in bright 541
He looked! They two...

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He looks upon himself... 414

He loves, where Love... 391

He made her first born 520

Her beauty peerless ! 389

Her cheeks were like 13

He read, till words

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Hereat she paused

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Here did he end more... 417

Here, dry, say they ......

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Here parted all, not......

Her faithful soldiers..

Her hair, like gold

Her hair, Night's..

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Her Hair of such
Her Lips like ripened
Her love to him was...... 218
Her name, in golden...... 404
Her royal ships

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Her Wit and Beauty 390

He swears he loves i.....

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He that can count 204
He was a man
He with more joy than 414
His breath, he thinks

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His chin he strokes ! 408
His face was fair

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Home goes Diego
How have thy opening 606
Hunting he loved

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O adamantic-minded 234
O but VITULLIA, what? 407
O cease, quoth. She 236
O cruel stars

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O eyes! no eyes .......... 400

O fair GYNEURA !....
Of joys and pleasing 331
O fools ! can you not 327
O heavens! what

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0, I would wear her

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O Ladies fair ....

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O let him now the.. 234

O let my per relate 397

O look, fair Love!

O my VITULLIA ! Let... 404

O Naturel chiefest ....... 223

One month consumed 216

On every neighbour tree 226

One sort of whips

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O Noble England..... 39

O no, DairHANTUS ! 404

O shall I tell thee

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O sing a song, parted 410

Oslack thy swift-paced 237

O, speak not of my pain 238

O then, I'll fly !............. 410

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Lady, when I behold
Lady, your words do

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Lately he wore the

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Left thus alone
Let all that merit

607
Let every Song be ......... 544
Let others who ..

321

Let those who, guiltless 223

Like as a king, his 413

Like doves

13
Like heaven's artist

403

Like to a falcon...... 193

Lo, here, thou cruel......

Long did I wish

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Long while it was....
Long were they not! 237
Look, as a bird

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Look, as a man late ...... 236
Look, as the crazen ....... 231
LORD GOD Almighty

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