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. 137 Celia, hoard thy charms no more on Moj 232 Celia, too late you would repent, Walsh. - , 234 Child, with many a childish wile, Joanna Baillie. i 171 Chloc brisk and gay appears, .. '. ' . * 229 Chloe's the wonder of her sex, Lansdown. . 223 Chloris, yourself you so excel Waller... - 245 Come, all ye youths whose hearts e'er bled Otway. 131 Come, dear Amanda ! quit the town, " o o 41 Come here, fond youth, whoe'er thou be Mrs. Barbauld.87 Come, let us now resolve at last Shefield D. of Buck. 128 Come, shepherds, we'll follow the hearse, Cunningham. - 34 Come, tell me where the maid is found Little. 244 Come, thou rosy-dimpled boys Parrat. . • 105 Oorinna cost me many a prayer,

. . 213 Corinna in the bloom of youth, Lansdown. . . . 207 Cupid, forbear thy childish arts; . ;,.' . 179 Cupid, instruct an amorous swain .

n . 222 Cynthia frowns whene'er I woo her, Congreve.“ 199

Daphnis stood pensive in the shade, Gay. . 17 Dear Chloe, while thus beyond measure

.. 149 Dear Colin, prevent my warm blushes, .. ."v - 2103 Dear is my little native vale, Rogers. "... • 43 Despairing beside a clear stream, Rowe.

11: Dorinda's sparkling wit and eyes : { ms' 204 Dried be that tear, my gentlest love,' R. B. Sheridan. 198

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181 For ever, Fortune, wilt thou prove Thomson mom 148 From all uneasy passions free, Sheffield D. of Buck. 129 From her, alas ! whose smile was love, Wolcott.." 173 From place to place, forlorn, I goy Steele.s., map 134 From thy waves, stormy Lannow, I fly, Anna Seward. - 121

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177 Give me more love or more disdain ; Carew.. . 201 Go, lavely rose ! Waller. i . . ... 216 Go, plaintive sounds ! and to the fair Hamilton. . 124 Go tell Amynta, gentle swain, Dryden. : : 74 Good madam, when ladies are willing, .. . .

Lady M. W. Montagu. '. 211

Hail to the myrtle shade, Lee. . .
Hard is the fate of him who loves, Thomson.

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187 I did but look and love awhile, Otway. . . 104 I have a silent sorrow here, R. B. Sheridan. .. 1 mark'd his madly-rolling eye, W. , . 59. I prythee send me back my heart, Suckling. .. 193 I talk'd to my fluttering heart, Laura Sophia Temple.' 50 I tell thee, Charmion, could I time retrieve, Congreve. 207 If in that breast, so good, so pure, Sir J. Moore. 100 **

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Iffever thou didst joy to bind. : Mrs. Barbauld.. *94 It is not, Celia, in our power Etheridge. j' ,*) 189 IF Love and Reason ne'er agree torej

101 If the quick spirit of your eye Carew.is, If wine and music have the power, Prior. . 81 In Chloris all soft charms agree, John Howe, to In vain you tell your parting lover Prior. . . 77 In vain, dear Chloe, you suggest Wolcott. , ,. 246 In vain, fond youth ! thy tears give o'er : .. .. 164 It was a winter's evening, and fast came down the snow 6

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Late when love I seem'd to slight, . . . 236
Laura, thy sighs must now no more - W. Smyth, , , 156
Lesbia, live to love and pleasure, Langhorne. .1 106
Let ambition fire thy mind, Congreve. . .
Let not love on me bestow Steele. sen . : 209
Let the ambitious favour find Dorset;' .,...
Love arms himself in Celia's eyes ... . 173
Love still has something of the sea Sedley.

203 Love's a dream of mighty treasure .

... 223 Love's but the frailty of the mind Congreve. . 199 Lucy, I think not of thy beauty, Matilda Betham. 47

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Mirth! be thy mingled pleasures mine, Sotheby. . 69 Mortals, learn your lives to measure es so measure ,

. .. 62 My banks they are furnish'd with bees, Shenstone. My dear mistress has a heart · Rochester... i n 127 My love was fickle once and changing, i

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No No glory I cofet; no riches I want; nivo taso o1,437 Not, Celia, that I juster am Sedley.", o richiest 188 Not on beds of fading flowers“, : - Dalton. iiij :09 * 0.44 Now see my goddess, earthly born, ''? Vi vedo le ob po 96108

O clear that cruel doubting brow! Bryan Edwards. 227 O memory! thou fond deceiver, Goldsmith. 15 ustvers, 46 O Nancy, wilt thou go with me, Percy, oite ** 152 O Nymph! of Fortune's smiles beware Wolcott. 176 O'er moorlands and mountains, rude, barren and bare,

Cunningham. 35 Oft on the troubled ocean's face . . ...... 130 Oh! Henry, sure by every art W. Smyth. . 157 Oh! turn away those cruel eyes, i .. 230 Oh! what is the gain of restless care, ' W. Smyth. .40 Oh, young Lochinvar is come out of the west, so it

i. Walter Scott. & On Belvidera's bosom lying, A. Phillips.

182 On every hill, in every grove, Dalton. . 76 One morning very early, one morning in the spring, ..

Preach not to me your musty rules, Dalton. ... 63 Prepared to rail, resolved to part, Lansdown. .. Pretty parrot, say, when I was away, . .. 224 Pursuing beauty, men descry . . . 243

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Say, lovely dream, where couldst thou find Waller. 238 Say, Myra, why is gentle love · Lyttelton. ' .• 190 Say not, Olinga, I despise

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