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Landon, L. E. Last Verses of, ii. . 451
| LANDoR, WALTER SAvAGE, ii. . 350
Landscape Painters, Advice to, ii. 298
LANG hon NE, DR Joh N., ii. - 72
LANGLAND, Rob ERT, i. 11
Langsyne, ii. - - 475
| Langsyne, in the Days o’, ii. 506
Laodamia, ii. - 3.31
LARDN ER, NATHANIEL, ii. 217
La Roche, Story of, ii. 156
Last Man, from the, ii. 374
LATIMER, Hugh, i. - 64
LAUDER, SIR. T. D. ii. 60
Laughter, i. 268
Lavinia, Episode of, ii. 16
LAw, Rev. W. ii. - 216
LAwar.Nck, Mn., ii. - . 703
Lawsuit, a Carman's Aceount of a, i. 50
Lawyer's Farewell to his Muse, ii. 74
LAYAMon, i. - 5

Libels, i. . - 284
Liberty, i. . - 516
Liberty, English, ii. - 265
Liberty and Government, i. . 406
Liberty, Ode to, ii. - - 33
Liberty of the Press, i. 390
Libraries, i. - - - 24l
Library, upon the Sight of a Great, i. 276
Life, the Country, i. - 141, 359
Life, the Courtier's, i. . - 48
Life, Death, and Immortality, on, ii. 8
Life and Death Weighed, i. - 187
Life, Decay of, i. - 134)
Life, Human, ii. - - 8
Life and Immortality, ii. . . 107
Life, on the Increased Love of, with
Age, ii. - - - 225
Life, Married, Happiness of, i. . 214
Life, the Middle Station of, ii. 205
Life, Miseries of Man's, i. - 295
Life not too Short, i. - . 439
Life in Rome, Inconveniences of,
i. - - - . 373, 374
Life, Shortness of, and Uncertainty
of Riches, i. - - * . gig
Life, the Shortness of, i. . - 129
Life – Unreasonableness of Com-
plaints of its Shortness, i. 648
Life, Vicissitudes of, i. . 18)
Life—What is it 2 ii. 427
Life's Progress, i. 580
Lillo, William, i. 591
Lily, the, ii. - 283
Li Nos Ay, Lond, ii. . - . 678
Lines Composed a Few Miles above
Tintern Abbey, on Revisiting the
Banks of the Wye, ii. . - . 327
Lines—(My heart leaps up, &c.) ii. 326
Lines—(There is a charm in footing
slow), ii. - - -
Lines Written in the Churchyard of
Richmond, Yorkshire, ii. . . 4ll
Lines Written in a Lonely Burial
Ground in the Highlands, ii. . 435
LiN GARD, Dr. Jon N, ii. - ... 640
Lion, the Tiger, and the Traveller, i. 574
Listen, T. H. ii. - - 603, 646
Literary Advertisement, ii. - 304

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Man, the Dignity of, i. . - 109
Man of Ross, the, i. - . 564
Man whose Thoughts are not of this
World, ii. - - - 10
MAN prville, BERN And, i. . 624
MAND Evil, LE, Sin Jon N, i. 32
Maniac, Description of a, ii. -
Mankind—(Men are but children 0
a larger growth), i. - - 3.81
Manners in New York in the Dutch
Times, ii. - 595, 596
MANNING, Rob ERT, i. . - 7
Mansell, Letter to Dr Francis, i. . 255
MANTELL, DR, ii. - - 703
Marcelia, ii. . - - . 441

MARCET, Mas, ii. - -
Marie Antoinette, Queen of France, ii. 231
Mariner, Rime of the Ancient, ii. . 337

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MAssi Ng ER, Philip, i. . 216
MAssox, Ch.ARLEs, ii. - -
Mathematical Learning, Usefulness

of, i. - - - -

MATH Ews, HENRY. ii. - 672
MATH 1As, Thomas J. ii. 296
Matin Hymn, i. - 132

Matrimonial Happiness—[Lady Mary

to E. W. Montagu, Esq.J. i. . 651
MATURIN, REv. C. R. ii. . 516, 584
MAxwell, W. H. ii. - 623

Maxwell, the Young, ii. 500
May Day, ii. - - - 300
May, the First of, i. 162
May Morning, on, i. - 3:33
May Morning at Ravenna, ii. 423
May, Song to, ii. . - 362
MAY, Thom As, i. 264
MAYNE, Joh N, ii. 492
MAvo, MR, ii. - - . 703
Mean and Sure Estate, of the, i. 48
Mecca, the Caravan of, ii. . ... 10
Medicean Venus at Florence, Sta-
tue of the, ii. - - . 673
Meditation—(Thou, God, that rul'st
and reign'st in light), i. 226
Meditation—Its Design, i. . 28th
Meditation when we go to Bed, i. 22.5
Medway and the Thames, Wedding
of the, i. - - . 92
Melancholy, i. . . . 2irg
Melancholy, Abstract of, i. . 272
Melancholy, Cures for, i. . . 573
Melancholy and Contemplation, i. 272
Mk Laiotii, Will.i.A.M., ii. - 243
Melrose Abbey, Description of, ii. . .382
Melvil, St R JAMEs, i. - 304
Memory, Pleasures of, ii. . . 316
Memory, Rules for Improving the, i. 413
Men of Old, the, ii. - - 473
Men, the Succession of Races of, ii. 694
Men's Understandings, Causes of
Weakness in, i. . - . 512
Mental Vigour, Prerequisites of —
[Note), i. - - - 300
Mercy, i 18:

Merle and Nightingale, i. - 41
Mermaid, the, ii. - -

Mr R Rick, JAMEs, ii.
Messiah, the, i. - - -
Metrical Romances, English, i. s
Mick Lk, W. LLIAM Jo Lius, ii. -
Middle Ages—Progress of Freedom, ii. 184

Middle Station of Life, the, ii. 20.
Middlk to N, Ion CoN v Ens, ii. 181, 216
Mind Leto N, Thomas, i. - 213
Midnight Repose, i. . - , 381
Midnight Scene, i. - - 217
Midnight Wind, the, ii. - . 504

Milkmaid, the Fair and Happy,
i. - - - - 278
Mill., JAMrs, ii.

642, 701
Mt LLER, Mn., ii. - 700
MILLER, Thomas, ii. t;2t;
Milli Ng EN, DB, ii. - 703
Mills, CHARLEs, ii. - . (542
Milm AN, HENRY HART, ii. 446, 644
Mi LN Es, W. Monckton, ii. . 472
Mi Lto N, Joh N, i. 3:23–331, 39;
Milton, on, i. - - 365
Milton and Spenser, i. - 4:#;
Milton's Literary Musings, i. . 397
Mind, Operations of the, in the Pro-
duction of Works of Imagination,
ii. . - - . - . 45
Mind, Richard's Theory of, i. 5.

Mind, my, to Me a Kingdom is, i.

Minden, Death of Eliza at the Battle
of, ii. - - - -

Minister Acquiring and Losing Office,
i

Ministers, Wise, distinguished from

Cunning, i. - - . 654)
Minstrel, Opening of the, ii. 10.5
Minstrel's Song in Ella, ii. . . 87

Miracle Play-, i. - - 16.8
Mirrour for Magistrates, Allegorical
Characters from the, i. . . 80
Mirza, the Vision of, i. . - 610
Miscellaneous Thoughts from outler's
Remains, i. - - . 352
Miser, Picture of a, ii. 415

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Nations, Uncertainty of the Early
History of, i. . - - 2ng
Nativity, Hymn on the, i. . 331-333
Natural Philosophy, the Study of,
Favourable to Religion, i.
Nature, Complaint of, ii. -
Nature, on the Love of, ii. 2nd,
Nature, Study of, Recommended, i.
Navy, the British, i. -
Neaera, on, i. - -
Neglect, of, i. - -
Nehushta, the Bower of, ii.
Newcastle Apothecary, ii.
Newcastle, Duch Ess of, i.
Newspapers, i. -
NEwton, SiR Is AAc, i. . -
Newtonian Philosophy, Anecdote of
the Discovery of the, i. -
New-Year, the, i. - -
New York, Manners in, During the
Dutch Times, ii. - so

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Ode to a Tobacco-pipe, ii. 13,
Ode Written in the Year 1746, ii. 32
Oileus, the Fountain at the Dwelling
of, ii. . - - - 113
O'KEEPE, Joh N., ii. . - . 532
Old Age and Death, i. . - 328
Old Age, Growing Virtuous in, i. 640
Old Familiar Faces, the, ii. - 3.56
Old Men, Miscalculations of, ii. . 140
Old and Young Courtier, i. - 229
Oldys, William, ii. - 121
On my First Daughter, i. - 114
Ophelia's Drowning, i. 187
Opie, Mrs, ii. . - . 278, 560
opinion, Prevalence of an, no Argu-
ment for its Truth, i. -
Opinions, Change of, ii. . . 658, 6.50
opinions and Prejudices, i. . . 658
Opinions, Reverence for Ancient,
i. - - - - 288
Opinions, Toleration of other Men's,
- - - - . 516
Opium Eater, Dreams of the, ii. 692
Oracles, i. - - - 284
Orange, Cultivation of the, and Ga-
thering of the Fruit, ii. . 686, 687
Oroonoko, Scene from, i. - 588
Orphan Boy's Tale, ii. - . 28)
Orthodoxy and Heresy, i. - 515
Ossian's Address to the Sun, ii. . 78
Othello's Relation of his Courtship
to the Senate, i. - - 186
Otway, Thomas, i. - . 385
Ousely, SiR WILLIAM, ii. - 677
oven he hy, St R Thomas, i. . 277
| Overruled, of Being, i. . - 2:5-
ow kN, Joh N, i. - - . 457
Owl in the Twilight, i. . - 275
Paestum, ii. . - - . 521
Pagan Rites, Scene of, ii. - 140
Painted Window at 0xford, Lines
on, ii. . - - - 100
Palamon and Arcite, i. - . 20t,
PAlky, DR WILLIAM, ii. . 651-(i.,4
PA LaRAve, SIR FRANcis, ii. . (42
Palestine, Picture of, ii. - 407
Pampas, Description of the, ii. ... to
Pan, Hymn to, ii. - - 40s,
| Pan, Song to, i. - - . 210
Paradise, Evening in, i. . - 340
Paradise, Morning in, i. - . 540
Paradise, Expulsion from, i. . 341
Paradise, Marks of, not utterly De-
faced by the Flood, i. - . 246
Parallel between Pope and Dryden
ii. - - - - -
* Pardoner's Tale, the, i. - . 19
Parish Workhouse and Apothecary
| i. - - - . 311
PAitk, MuNgo, ii. . - ... tot;
PARN Ell, Thost As, i. . - 576
PARR, DR SAMUEL., ii. - . 655
PARRY, Sir Edward, ii. . 674-576
Parson, the Good, i. . - . 22
Parthenia, or Chastity, Description
of, i. . - - - 123
Parting, i. . - - . 300
Parting of Lovers, the, ii. - 474
Partridge at the Playhouse, ii. . 164
Party Zeal, i. - - - 640
Passage of the Red Sea, ii. . . 408
Passions, i. - - - 302
Passions, Ode on the, ii. - . 32
Pastoral, a, ii. . - 122, 134
Pastoral Ballad, 1743, ii. - . 38
Pastoral Dialogue, i. - - 121
Pastoral Employments, i. . 120
Pastoral, the First, i. - - ox)
Pastoral Love, i. - - . 20th
Patriot, Pleasures of a, i. - t;49
Patriotism—Intellectual Beauty, ii. 45
Paul's Walks, How a Gallant should
Behave Himself in, i. . - 274
Pauper, Death and Funeral of a, ii. 630
Pauper's Deathbed, ii. - . 461
PAYNE, J. H. ii. - - 517
PEA cock, J. L. ii. . - ... to 7
PEARCE, NATHAN i El, ii. - too,
Prakson, DR John, i. - . .447
Peasant, a Noble, ii. - - 312
Peasant-Poet, Scenes and Musings
of, ii. - - -

Page
Pedantry in England, Decline of, i. 507
Pedlar's Story, ii. - - 488
Pro LE, GEoho E, i. . - . 16.6
Pekin, Scene at, ii. - 681
Pelican Island, the, ii. - . 418
Pembroke, Countess, Epitaph on, i. 114
PENN, WI 1.1.1 AM, i. . - . 463
Penn's Advice to his Children, i. 464
PENNANT, Thomas, ii. - . (583
Penny Magazine, &c. ii. - 703
Penshurst, to, i. - - . 114
Penshurst, at, i. . - - 327
Pokcy, DR Thomas, ii. - . 75
Pericles and Aspasia, ii. . - 448
Perseverance, i. - - . 187
Persian Song of Hafiz, ii. - 117
Persian Town, Sketch of a, ii. . 679

Pestilence of the Fifteenth Century,

ii. - - - - 69
Petrarch, the Celebrated Canzone of
—Chiare, fresche, e dolce acque, ii. 425
Philanthropy—Mr Howard, ii. . 273
Phi Lips, AM prose, i. . - 560
Phi Lips, Joh N, i. . - . 375
Philips, KATHE RINE, i. - 359
Phillis, on, Walking before Sunrise,
i. . - - - . 148
Philosophers and Projectors, Satire
on Pretended—[Swift], i. - tool
Physic, Housewifery, i. - 40
Pibroch of Donuil Dhu, ii. - :oo,
Pickr.N., ANDREw, ii. - Gill
Pickenix.g., Miss Eli. EN, ii. . tion
Picture, to My—[Randolph], i. . 145
Picture of Christmas Eve. ii. . 32;
Picture of a Country Life, ii. . 513
Picture of Domestic Love, ii. . 371

Picture of a Dungeon, ii. . -

Picture of an Irish Willage and School-
house, ii. - - . G10-618

Picture of a Poetical Enthusiast, ii. 417

Picture of Twilight, ii. - 4to).
Picture of War, ii. - - 45;
Pictures of Native Genius, ii. . 458
Piedmont, Massacre of the Protes-
tants in, i. - - - 333
Pierce Plowman, Passages from, i. 11, 12
Pilgrims and the Peas, ii. - 29.3
l'indar. Peter, ii. . - . .297
Pix kerton, John, ii. . - too
Pitt, Willi AM—[Earl of Chatham],
ii. . - - - 252-254
Pity and Indignation, i. - 267
Pixies of Devon, the, ii. - . 474
Plague in London, i. - - 621
Platonic Representation of the Scale
of Beauty and Love, i. - 655
Pleasure, against, i. - . 350
Pleasure is Mixed with every Pain, i. 48
l’leasure and Pain, i. . - 514
Pleasure, Sinful, i. . - . .204
Pleasure, Utopian Idea of, i. - 60
Pleasures of Amusement and Indus-
try Compared, i. . - 444
Pleasures of the Eye and Ear, ii. 20.)
Pleasures of Memory, from, ii. . olt;
Pleasures of a Patriot, i. - t;4:)
Pleasures, Wise Selection of, i. 431
Poet and the Rose, i. . - 573
Poet, a Small, i. - - . 4to,
Poetical Enthusiast, ii. . - 417
Poetical Genius, i. . - ... oth 1
Poetry, Essay on, Passages from, i. 378
Poetry, Moral Ain of, i. - 75
Poetry and Poets, i. . - . 402
Poetry, Praise of, i. - - 2:34
Poets, Ancient, Translations of the,
i. . - - - . 494
Poet's Bridal-day Song, the, ii. . on 1
Poet's Life, the Miseries of a, ii. . 92
Poet's Prayer, ii. - - 450
Politeness, Overstrained, i. . . 634
Political Redemption—[Chatterton),
ii. - - - - 8:;
Political Upholsterer, the, i. t;(x)
Politics and Evening Parties, ii. 2:o)
Pollok, Robkht, ii. - 412–415
Polyolbion, Part of the Twenty-eighth
Song of the, i. . - - 100
Pox, FRET, John, i. . - . 376
Pomp and Superfluity, i. - too,
Pompeii, Description of, ii. . 354,674

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Poole, John, ii. - - -
Poor Country Widow, Description
of a, i. . - - - 18
Poor Gentleman, Passages from the,
- - - - - 527–530
Poor Relations, ii. - - 358
Poor, Rural, Appeal to Country Jus-
tion horio, i.” ". 73
Pope, Alex ANDER, i. . 553–557, 635
Pope in Oxford, i. . - . 636
Pope to Lady Mary W. Montagu, i. 637
Pope to Gay on his Recovery, i. 63.)
Pope to Bishop Atterbury in the
Tower, i. - - - 640
Pope and Dryden, Parallel between,
ii. . - - - - 2
Popish Plot, the, i. - - 424
Pontkovs, DR BEilby, ii. . 654
Porrer, ANNA MARIA, ii. - 5
Pontor, St R. R. K. ii. - 677
Portrait, the [Blacklock's], ii. 103
Portrait – (She was a phantom of
delight), ii. - - . .226
Post ANs, CAPTAIN, ii. - poin
Post ANs, Mrs, ii. . - . 679
Port ER and KENNETT, i. - 650
Power and Activity, Distinction be-
tween, ii. . - - . 650
Power and Gentleness, or the Cata-
ract and the Streamlet, ii. - 440
Power, Ignorance in, i. - . 444
Practice and Habit, i. . - 512
Prater, a, i. . - - . 400
Prayer, on, i. - - - 205,
Prayer—t Prayer is the soul's sincere
desire), ii. - - - 420
Prayer—t Like the low murmur of
the secret stream), ii. - . 478
Prayer and Early Rising, i. - 3.18
Prayer, a Poet's. ii. . - . 450
Preacher, the Village, ii. - 61
Preaching, Inefficacy of mere Moral,
ii. - - - - to 2
Prejudices, i. - - 513
Prejudices and Opinions, i. - foot;
Pnescot, W. H. ii. - 644
Press, the Liberty of the, i. - 309
Price, Dr Rich ARD, ii. - . 213
Price, St R U v. Ed Alk, ii. - foo
Pride, False, Caution against, i. . .355
Pride, Human, Rebuke of, i. . . 451 |
Pride of Noble Birth, against the, i. 463
Pride of Sir Giles Overreach in his
Daughter, i. - - . 217
Pride, Spiritual, i. - - 437
PRIDEAux, DR HUM phary, i. . 672
Pairstley, Dr. Joseph, ii. - 213
Primrose, to an Early, ii. . . .302
Primrose, to the Evening, ii. . 440
Primroses Filled with Morning Dew, i. 143
Princess Charlotte of Wales, from
the Funeral Sermon for the, ii. too
Princess Royal, on the Birth of the, ii. 423
Phi Ng LE, Thom As, ii. - . 454
Printing, the Invention of, i. . 67
Phion, JAMEs, ii. . - . 646
Prior, MATT1: Ew, i. . . 535-540
Prior's Lines—" For my own Monu-
ment, i. . - - . 53,
Pritch.And, DR, ii. - - 703
Private Judgment in Religion, i. . 287
Procrastination—[Cowley], i. . 40.3
Procrastination—[Young), ii. . 11
Phoet ER, B. W. ii. . 441–446, 517
Prodigal Lady, the, i. . - 223
Prologue to Coriolanus, ii. . . 49 |
Prologue to King David and Fair
Bethsabe, i. . - - 167
Property, of [Paley], ii. . . 652
Property, on the Right of [Black-
stone), ii. - - - 24;
Prophecy of Famine—[Churchim], ii. 93
Prophetic Language, the, i. . 521
Prosperity and Adversity, i. . 241
Protector, Lord, a Panegyric to the,
i. . - - - . 326
Protestant Infallibility, Ironical View
of, i. - - - . 666
Protogenes and Apelles, i. - o
Providence, Eternal, ii. - . 74
Prudent Sea-Captain—Abuse of Ship
Stores, ii. - - -

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Reason, Defence of, i. . -
Reason and Discretion, the Age of, i.
Rebuke of Human Pride, i. - 451
Recluse, the, ii. - -
Recluse, the Fair, ii.
Recreation, i. - -
Recreations, the Country's, i.
Recruiting Officer, Scenes from
the, i. - - -
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. . . 180
Reflection upon a Lanthorn and
Candle, carried by on a Windy
Night, i. - - -
Reformation, the, i. - -
Reformation in England, State of
Parties at the, ii. - -
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Rime of the Ancient Mariner, ii.
Rimini—Funeral of the Lovers in,
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Rinaldo at Mount Olivet and
Enchanted Wood, i. .
Ritson, Joseph, ii. -
Rob ERTs, Miss EMMA, ii.
Robentson, DR WILLIAM, ii.
Robertson, J. P. and W. P. ii.
Robin Goodfellow, i. -
Roch EstER, EARL of, i.
Rochester, Letters of, i.
Rogers, SAMUEL., ii.
Roger, DR, ii. -

Roman Power in Britain, Expiration

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Russia—Employments of the People,
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Russia, the French Army in, ii.
Russian Peasants' Houses, ii.
Ruth, ii. -
RY MER, Thomas, i.
Sabbath Morn, ii. -
Sabbath Walk, an Autumn, ii.
Sabbath Walk, a Spring, ii.
Sabbath Walk, a Summer, ii.
Sabbath Walk, a Winter, ii.
SAckville, Thomas, i.
SADLER, M.T. ii. -
Sailor Boy, the Impressed, ii.
Salamis, the Armies at, ii.
SALE, GEorg E, ii. .
SALE, LADY, ii. . -
SALT, HENRY, ii. . -
Sanctimony, Hypocritical, i.
SANDys, GEongr, i. -
Sardanapalus's State, ii. .
Satan's Address to the Sun, i.
Satan's Speech—[Caedmon], i.
Satan's Survey of Greece, i.

Satires, Pope's, from the Prologue to

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Saturn and Thea, ii.

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to Shoot for the, ii. 403
SIM on D, M. ii. . - - 684
Simpleton and Braggadocio, i. 196
Simplicity and Refinement, ii. 203
SIM pson, Thomas, ii. - . 676
Sin and Holiness, i. 436
Sin, the Progress of, i. 293
Singularity, i. - - - 436
Sinners, the Resurrection of, i. 294
Sixteen, ii. - - - 351
Skelton, John, i. 45
Ski NNER, John, ii. 128
Skylark, to a, ii. 390
Skylark, the, ii. 499
Sleep, to, i. . - 210
Sleep, Epigram on, ii. . - 301
Sleep, the House of, i. . - 93
Sleeping Child—[S. T. Coleridge],
ii. . - - - -
Sleeping Child—[Professor Wilson],
, ii. - - - -
| Sleeping Figure of Modena, ii. . 442
SMART, CH R1stoph En, ii. 108–112
SM1th, ALBERT, ii. . 629
SMith, DR ADAM, ii. . 207, 242

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of, ii. - - - ro,
Soldier, a Drowned, i. - 216
Soldier's Home, the, ii. - 287
* Solicitude—[Pastoral Ballad], ii. . 39
Solitary Tomb, the, ii. - 440
Solitude on a Battle-field, ii. 140
Solitude, Ode to, ii. - - 119
Solitude preferred to a Court Life,
&c. i. - - - . 18.8
Solomon, Abra's Love for, i. 537
SoMERv1.1.1, E, WiLLIAM, i. . 580
Song—A Wet Sheet and a Flowing
Sea, ii. . - - - 501
Song—Ae Fond Kiss, ii. - . 486

Song—(Ah, Chloris' could I now bu
sit), i. . - - - 358
Song—(Ah, the poor shepherd's mourn-
fulfate), ii. . - - . 25
Song—(Amarantha, sweet and fair),
i 144

song—Ask ind no moto where jove

bestows), i. . - - 120
| Song—(At setting day and rising
| morn); i..., , , ; - - 585
Song—(Auld Robin Forbes), ii. . 276
Song—(Away! let nought to love
displeasing), ii. - - 13.5
Song—Bruce's Address, ii. . . . 486
Song—(Busy, curious, thirsty fly), ii. 121
| Song—Constancy, i. - - 357
| Song, Convivial, i. - 225
| Song of the Crazed Maiden, ii. . 315
Song to David, ii. - - 109–112
Song—(Dorinda's sparkling wit and
eyes), i. - - -
Song—(Dry those fair, those crystal
eyes), i. - - - . 118
Song to Echo, ii. - - 273
Song—Farewell to Ayrshire, ii. 492

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Spiritual Pride, i. . - -
Splendid Shilling, the, i. - 375

Spotiswood, Joh N, i. 306, 307
Sr RAT, DR Thomas, i. . . 443-450
Sprig of Heath, on a, ii. . 281
Spring, Approach of, i. 121
Spring, Birds Pairing in, ii. 15
Spring, a Northern, ii. 456
Spring, Ode to, ii. 277
Spring, Showers in, ii. 15
Spring, the Voice of, ii. 4.38
Squire and the Dove, i. . ol
Squire of Low Degree, i. ld

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