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Butl. 2:125

Hector, his body preserv'd incorrupt,, Pope il. 2: 328 ransom of,

Pope il. 2: :351

Pope il. 2 : 356 dead, lamentations over,

Cong. 37 funeral of,

Pupe il. 2 : 360 ma pile of,

Cong: 43 and Andromache parting,

Dry. 4: 267 Hecuba, lamentation over Hector,

Cong 4 Heels degraded of their spurs, Heifer, peasant in search of,

Cang. I; when fuck aloft her tail, forbodes a shower, Gays: 56 Height of bliss, but height of charity,

Pope 2 : 82 Heir urges heir, like wave impelling wave, Pope 2: 253 Helen for ten whole years engag’d the world in arms, Pilt 27: invited to view the combat,

Pope il. 1:1 her affection for her husband and country revives, ib. III her beauty commended,

Pope il. 1:11: points out to Priam the principal Grecks, Pope il. 1 : 112 scorn’d the champion, but the man the lov’d, Popeil. 1: 121 mix'd a mirth-inspiring bowl, Pope od. 3: 115 lamentation over Hector,

Cong-4

Dry. 4: 183 to Paris, from Ovid,

57 Helena stolen by Theseus, Helenus, story of,

Dry. 6:55 prophecy of, dispenting fate,

Pope iti 2:35 Heliacal rising, what,

Dry. 5:270 Hell endless as its pains, described,

Milt. 1:7, 11

2 Buck

Duke 147

Dry. 6:18

* Cow. 2:74

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Welt 155

Dyer 66

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Hell described,

Dry. 6: 119 gate of, described,

Milt. 1 : 56 portals nine of,

Gray 366 place of evil,

Milt. I: 182 house of woe and pain,

Milt. 1 : 202 the woes, the horrours, and the laws, Pope od. 3 : 286 different objects in,

Dry. 6: 132 had been, had there been no God, Young 3: 68 - landing apes in,

Walph 337 Hellanodic, judge of the games, Hellefpont fatal to love, Helon, character of,

Dry. I : 194 Heltham, epift le to,

Swift 2 : 274 answer,

Swift 2:276 Helter-skelter,

Swift 2: 145 Hemp, to beat, forg'd on wooden anvils,

But, 1:286 -- to depart in, Henchman to a knight,

Dry. 3: 176 Heniochi of Sparta's valiant breed,

skilful to rein the fiery steed, Henley feem'd a priest in drink,

Pope 3 : 168 embrown'd with bronze, lo stands,

Pope 3 : 191 decent priest, where monkeys were the gods, id. 3 : 193 tụning his voice and balancing his hands, Pope 3 : 91preacher at once, and zany of thy age,

Pope 3 : 93 verses at an inn,

Sben. 183 Henrietta Cavendish-Holles Harley, verses to, Prior 2 : 220

Cavendish-Holles, her character, Hugbes 204 duchess of Marlborough, epistle to, Gay 1:184

Henry

Buil. 1:237

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Rowe L. 134 Rowe L. 134

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Sav. 131 Sau 131

Henry VI. prologue to,

good than great, of Richmond removes destructive discord, Pbil. 82

unites by wise alliance Fergus' line, Phil. 8 VIII. shook off papal yoke,

Tbom. 2:111 Nassau alone can match his brother's deeds,Hugbes 44 none fiercer did pursue the Aying foc, Hagbes 44 liv'd to compleat the great republic, Hughes 45 and Emma,

Prior 1 : 218 Heraclitus weeps the crimes of men,

Drg. 7:28; Herald lark falutes the morn,

Milt. 2:17 Heralds, ministers of Gods and men,

Tick, 176 sacred ministers of men and gods, Pope il 1:51 sacred ministers of earth and heaven, Pope il. 1:228 moons, all crefcents,

Butl. 1:16 Herbs o'er all the deep-green earth spring, Tbom, F: IT

beyond the power of Batanist's to number, Thom. 1:11 their virtues who can declare !

Tbom. I:11 Hercules, a babe, kills two serpents,

Cow, 2:19 death of,

Gay 1:316 apothcofis of

Gay 1: 334 --- now a shadowy formy,

Pope ord. 3:302 a towering fpectre of gigantic mould, labours of, no labours too hard for,

Garte 52 - judgment of,

Sber. 197 abides associate with gods,

Fent. 271 of Farnese,

Tbom. 2 : 83. Hereford, encomium of, women of,

Pbil. 56 Hermaphroditus

i5. 3: 301

Dry. 6:208

Pbit. 51,53

Add. 174

Hermaphroditus, ftory of,
Hermes, described,

Dry. 6:47 in his attire,

Pope il. 2: 341 conducts Priam to Achilles, Pope il. 2: 345 mediates between gods and men, Pope il. 2 : 343 accoutred as the messenger of the gods, Popeod. 3: 147 god of the golden wand,

Pope ud. 3 : 148 the charming rod, Pope od. 3 : 151 patron of industry and manual arts, Pope od. 4: of profitable arts the fire,

Pope il. 2:214 gave the polfering temper of a wife, Hermetic powder for wounds,

But!. 1:56 Hermione, the fairest of her kind,

Pope od. 3:105 resembling Venus in attractive state, Pope od. 3 : 105

S Parn. 81 Hermit,

58

Payn,

? Mail. 235

Som. 148

Adid. 263 Som. 165

Hermaphrodite, meer poetical

Dig. 2: 279
Hern-hawking, described,
Hero, character of,

Pope od. 3 : 29
how differs from the brute,
mind, unchangeable and free,
how vain, without the merit, is the name, Pope il. 2:14
felf-conquer'd, inured to quell his rage, Popeod. 4: 100
scorns despair,

Pope od. 4:74 school of morality of,

Watts 198 's headless trunk besmear'd with gorc, Rowe L. 80 Herod, favage on a throne, Heroes find a talk to tame the monster vice, Hughes 48 fight for glory, not for prize,

Lars. 146 from beroes rise,

Pane od: 3:71 VOL. LVII.

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Heroes

Broouse 113

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Parn. 39 Sout. 125

Heroes like, they bore, but felt like men, Pope il. 2: 348

in heaven's peculiar mold are cast, Dry. 1 : 313 in search of fame, the world embroil, Lanf. 130 made by slaughter,

Butl.:6o of the nibbling race, good-eating expedient for, and king's now are but a name,

Broome 129 Hergic poem, utmost stretch of human sense, Buck, 8: but two produced,

Buck. 80 forms the mind by example, Dry. 5: 201 grave, majestic, and sublimc,

Dry. 5:203 poetry, why the greatest work, Dry. 7: 134 antiquity of,

Dry: 7: 134 virtue, from Tyrtaeus,

Hugbes 134 Herring, dead as,

Putl. 1: 266 Herfilia, assumption of,

Gartb 150 Hervey (William), on death of,

Cow. I:117 commended,

Cow. I: 120 verses to lord,

Lyti. 37 favourite of Venus and the tunefu? Nine, Lytt. 37 Hefiod,

Parts --- contemporary with Homer,

Gow, 2 : 306 - translation from,

King 426 had more of the husbandman than poet, Add. 206 descriptions of, are nature in her simplicity, Add. 207. precepts of, clog his poem,

Add. 208 Hezekiah,

Pen, 228 who cleansed the temple,

Parn. 228 Jies sick, his death pronounc'd,

Parn. 229 restor’d. to health, on his prayer,

Parn. 230 Hezekiak,

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