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Don Juan. Canto iii. Stanza 86. 10.:WILLIAMKNOX
Psalm cxix. 105.:NEWTESTAMENT
Paradise Lost. Book vi. Line 209.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
King Henry V. Act iii. Sc. 6.:FRANCISBACON
In Memoriam. liv. Stanza 1.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
Peter Bell. Part i. Stanza 15.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
Epistle to Mr. Addison. Line 67.:JOHNGAY
A Wife. St. 36.:PHILIPMASSINGER
Paradise Lost. Book ii. Line 910.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Proverbs viii. 11.:NEWTESTAMENT
Maxim 26.:JDELAFONTAINE
Paradise Lost. Book viii. Line 1.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Death of Thomson.:JAMESMERRICK
Maxim 528.:SENECABCAD
Recollections of the Arabian Nights.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
Meditations. ii. 3.:TERTULLIANAD
Comus. Line 249.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
In Memoriam. cv. Stanza 1.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
To J. S.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
L'Allegro. Line 95.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
1 Corinthians iii. 13.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Essay on Man. Epistle i. Line 225.:JOHNGAY
Works. Book ii. Chap. xvi.:MICHAELDEMONTAIGNE
Exodus iii. 8; Jeremiah xxxii. 22.:NEWTESTAMENT
Go, Lovely Rose.:THOMASFULLER
The World. No. 101.:MATTHEWGREEN
Endymion. Book ii.:THOMASNOONTALFOURD
Il Penseroso. Line 128.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
The Vision of Sir Launfal. Prelude to Part First.:CHARLESKINGSLEY
Meditations. iii. 5.:TERTULLIANAD
Mostellaria. Act iii. Sc. 2, 112._ (_799._):TERENCEBC
King Henry IV. Part I. Act iv. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
Pippa Passes. Part iv.:CHARLESDICKENS
Five Hundred Points of Good Husbandry. A Description of the Properties:RICHARDEDWARDS
Extempore Effusion upon the Death of James Hogg.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
Proverbs xxiii. 31, 32.:NEWTESTAMENT
Lothair. Chap. xxviii.:ROBERTMONTGOMERY
Letter, Jan. 28, 1821.:WILLIAMKNOX
Country Parson. Chap. xxix.:IZAAKWALTON
An English Padlock.:JOHNPOMFRET
Ecclesiastes v. 2.:NEWTESTAMENT
Apophthegms of Kings and Great Commanders. Pyrrhus.:EPICTETUSAD
Moral Essays. Epistle ii. Line 268.:JOHNGAY
Psalm cxxxii. 4; Proverbs vi. 4.:NEWTESTAMENT
The Courtship of Miles Standish. iv.:JOHNGWHITTIER
Coriolanus. Act v. Sc. 6.:FRANCISBACON
Character of Bolingbroke.:MATTHEWGREEN
Life of Johnson_ (Boswell). _Vol. vii. Chap. iii. 1778.:LORDLYTTLETON
Sybil. Book iv. Chap. v.:ROBERTMONTGOMERY
Virgil, Georgics. Book ii. Line 72.:RALPHVENNING
Address to the Unco Guid.:WILLIAMPITT
Speech, Feb. 12, 1861.:FRANCESANNEKEMBLE
Ode on Solitude.:JOHNGAY
Marmion. Introduction to Canto ii.:JAMESMONTGOMERY
Meditations. iv. 8.:TERTULLIANAD
Locksley Hall. Line 79.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. Canto iii. Stanza 25.:WILLIAMKNOX
King Henry IV. Part II. Act iv. Sc. 4.:FRANCISBACON
A Comic Author.:RALPHWALDOEMERSON
Tragedy of the Lac de Gaube. Stanza 2.:OLIVERWENDELLHOLMES
King Henry VI. Part II. Act i. Sc. 3.:FRANCISBACON
The Hermit. Chap. viii. Stanza 1.:THOMASWARTON
The Hermit. Chap. viii. Stanza 19.:THOMASWARTON
Address on laying the Corner-Stone of the Bunker Hill Monument, 1825.:JANETAYLOR
Apothegms. No. 247.:THOMASMIDDLETON
A Letter from Italy.:NICHOLASROWE
The Merchant of Venice. Act ii. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
Break, break, break.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
Jepthah, Judge of Israel.:EDMUNDBURKE
Reflections on having left a Place of Retirement.:JOSIAHQUINCY
Poetry, a Rhapsody.:WILLIAMCONGREVE
Essay on Man. Epistle i. Line 60.:JOHNGAY
Tristram Shandy_ (orig. ed.). _Vol. ii. chap. xii.:WILLIAMSHENSTONE
In Praise of Lessius's Rule of Health.:RICHARDLOVELACE
Prometheus, 981.:SOPHOCLESBC
Fables. Part ii. The Squire and his Cur.:LADYMARYWORTLEYMONTAGU
Cymon and Iphigenia. Line 407.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
Works. Book i. Chap. v.:MICHAELDEMONTAIGNE
Don Juan. Canto ii. Stanza 172.:WILLIAMKNOX
My Wife 's a Winsome Wee Thing.:WILLIAMPITT
Night Thoughts. Night iv. Line 15.:BISHOPBERKELEY
Maxim 675.:SENECABCAD
Acts xxx. 11.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Tatler. No. 49.:JOSEPHADDISON
The Dunciad. Book ii. Line 34.:JOHNGAY
Paracelsus. Part iv.:CHARLESDICKENS
Life of Caius Marius.:EPICTETUSAD
Titus Andronicus. Act iv. Sc. 4.:FRANCISBACON
Woman's Wit. Act i.:SIRRICHARDSTEELE
One Word More. xvii.:CHARLESDICKENS
Measure for Measure. Act ii. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
Pippa Passes. Introduction.:CHARLESDICKENS
King Henry IV. Part I. Act i. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
Woodman, spare that Tree! 1830.:ALBERTGGREENE
Works. Book v. Chapter xv.:MICHAELDEMONTAIGNE
Antony and Cleopatra. Act v. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
Letter to Cobham.:SAMUELGARTH
The Taming of the Shrew. Induc. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
Pyrrho. viii.:ATHENUSAD
Isaiah vi. 5.:NEWTESTAMENT
Maxim 1.:SENECABCAD
Psalm viii. 5.:NEWTESTAMENT
Address on laying the Corner-Stone of the Bunker Hill Monument, 1825. P.:JANETAYLOR
The Hermit. On Woman. Chap. xxiv.:THOMASWARTON
Heautontimoroumenos. Act i. Sc. 2, 36._ (_210._):CICEROBC
Zeno. lxviii.:ATHENUSAD
The Answer.:CHARLESMACKLIN
Satire 2.:ALAINRENLESAGE
Psalm xxxiii. 15.:NEWTESTAMENT
The Odyssey of Homer. Book x. Line 642.:JOHNGAY
Paradise Lost. Book vii. Line 364.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Commentaries. Psalm xxxvi.:RICHARDBENTLEY
Prologue to the Tragedy of Irene.:LORDLYTTLETON
Vanity of Human Wishes. Line 159.:LORDLYTTLETON
The Belvedere Apollo.:CHARLESSPRAGUE
Christmas Carol. Stave 2.:CHRISTOPHERPCRANCH
Life of Donne.:JAMESSHIRLEY
Essay on Man. Epistle iv. Line 168.:JOHNGAY
The Universal Prayer. Stanza 10.:JOHNGAY
Genesis iv. 13.:NEWTESTAMENT
Table Talk. Learning.:WILLIAMDRUMMOND
Declaration of Rights.:HENRYCAREY
The Dunciad. Book i. Line 19.:JOHNGAY
Speech, 1794.:SCHILLER
When we Two parted.:WILLIAMKNOX
The Corsair. Canto i. Stanza 3.:WILLIAMKNOX
Elegy in a Country Churchyard. Stanza 14.:DAVIDGARRICK
Gebir. Book ii.:THOMASCAMPBELL
A Cure for the Heartache. Act v. Sc. 2.:SIRJAMESMACKINTOSH
King Henry VIII. Act v. Sc. 3.:FRANCISBACON
Beppo. Stanza 44.:WILLIAMKNOX
Lady Clara Vere de Vere. Stanza 5.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
The Spleen. Line 93.:RICHARDSAVAGE
Maxim 212.:JDELAFONTAINE
Love of Fame. Satire i. Line 145.:BISHOPBERKELEY
How not to settle it.:ROBERTCWINTHROP
Death and Dr. Hornbook.:WILLIAMPITT
Proverbs xviii. 24.:NEWTESTAMENT
Snow Bound.:SALMONPCHASE
The Forest. To Celia.:JOHNWEBSTER
The Iliad of Homer. Book xvii. Line 756.:JOHNGAY
Poems composed during a Tour in the Summer of 1833. xxxvii.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
Paradise Lost. Book iv. Line 194.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
The Biglow Papers. Second Series. No. vi.:CHARLESKINGSLEY
Ecclesiastes xii. 5.:NEWTESTAMENT
Don Quixote. Part ii. Chap. xxvii.:BARTHOLOMEWSCHIDONI
In Memoriam. xxxii. Stanza 1.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
Romans xii. 21.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Catarina to Camoens. ix.:ABRAHAMLINCOLN
Measure for Measure. Act ii. Sc. 4.:FRANCISBACON
Letter i. On a Regicide Peace. Vol. v. p. 331.:CHARLESCHURCHILL
Conversation. Line 121.:ERASMUSDARWIN
A Poet's Epitaph. Stanza 5.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. Canto iv. Stanza 102.:WILLIAMKNOX
Matthew x. 16.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Flow gently, sweet Afton.:WILLIAMPITT
Ode on the Pleasure arising from Vicissitude. Line 45.:DAVIDGARRICK
Gertrude of Wyoming. Part i. Stanza 23.:HENRYCLAY
Burns.:CHARLESWOLFE
Troilus and Creseide. Book ii. Line 1201.:THOMASKEMPIS
Tale lxvii.:VAUVENARGUESMARQUISOF
Deuteronomy xxxii. 10.:NEWTESTAMENT
Thoughts. Chap. ii. 10.:NICHOLASBOILEAUDESPREAUX
Eunuchus. Act i. Sc. 1, 9._ (_54._):CICEROBC
Funeral Elegies. On the Death of Mistress Drury.:BENJONSON
The Roman Actor. Act iv. Sc. 2.:THOMASHEYWOOD
The Iliad of Homer. Book xx. Line 337.:JOHNGAY
The Princess. Part iv. Line 33.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
Life of Johnson_ (Boswell). _Vol. ii. Chap. vi. 1763.:LORDLYTTLETON
Ecclesiasticus xiii. 7.:NEWTESTAMENT
2 Corinthians iii. 12.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Epistle to Dr. Arbuthnot. Prologue to the Satires. Line 340.:JOHNGAY
The Theogony. Line 754.:THEOGNISBC
Bianca among the Nightingales. xii.:ABRAHAMLINCOLN
The Gardener's Daughter.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
The Bloody Brother. Act v. Sc. 2.:ROBERTBURTON
Preface to the Treatise on Vacuum.:NICHOLASBOILEAUDESPREAUX
The Old Oaken Bucket.:ALLANCUNNINGHAM
By the Fireside. xlvi.:CHARLESDICKENS
Paradise Lost. Book v. Line 166.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
The World before the Flood. Canto v.:SAMUELTAYLORCOLERIDGE
Satires, Epistles, and Odes of Horace. Epistle i. Book ii. Line 147.:JOHNGAY
The Fountain.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
Paradise Lost. Book viii. Line 282.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Speech, Jan. 14, 1766.:SAMUELJOHNSON
Don Quixote in England. Act iii. Sc. 14.:WILLIAMPITTEARLOFCHATHAM
Song. From Juvenile Poems.:LORDDENMAN
Comus. Line 420.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Job xli. 31.:NEWTESTAMENT
The Statesman's Creed.:BISHOPBERKELEY
Eloisa to Abelard. Line 273.:JOHNGAY
Speech, Dec. 21, 1855.:FRANCESANNEKEMBLE
'T were vain to tell.:SIRHENRYTAYLOR
Euphues and his England, page 252.:SIRPHILIPSIDNEY
Sejanus. Act v. Sc. 1.:JOHNWEBSTER
The Lover's Progress. Act iii. Sc. 4.:ROBERTBURTON
The Blind Beggar of Alexandria.:WILLIAMWARNER
The Dutch Picture.:JOHNGWHITTIER
Hudibras. Part i. Canto ii. Line 872.:SIRWILLIAMDAVENANT
Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire_ (1776). _Chap. lxviii.:THOMASPAINE
The Ten Commandments of Love.:THOMASKEMPIS
Tom Jones. Book vi. Chap. xiii.:WILLIAMPITTEARLOFCHATHAM
Don Quixote. Part ii. Chap. xxxvi.:BARTHOLOMEWSCHIDONI
Comus. Line 13.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
In Memoriam. i. Stanza 1.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
Reflections on the Revolution in France. Vol. iii. p. 344.:CHARLESCHURCHILL
Comus. Line 5.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Acts xxvi. 25.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
The Witch. Act v. Sc. 2.:SIRHENRYWOTTON
Works and Days. Line 287.:THEOGNISBC
Among my Books. Second Series. Dante.:CHARLESKINGSLEY
The Immortality of the Soul.:MARTYNPARKER
Paradise Lost. Book ii. Line 221.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Hudibras. Part i. Canto iii. Line 877.:SIRWILLIAMDAVENANT
Antony and Cleopatra. Act ii. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
Gude Nicht, etc.:ANDREWJACKSON
Laconic Apophthegms. Of Agesilaus the Great.:EPICTETUSAD
Acts xxiv. 25.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Fare thee well.:WILLIAMKNOX
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. Canto iv. Stanza 1.:WILLIAMKNOX
Vanity of Human Wishes. Line 1.:LORDLYTTLETON
Life of Nelson_ (Southey). _Vol. i. p. 93.:ROBERTBURNS
Macbeth. Act iv. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
On Beau Nash's Picture at full length between the Busts of Sir Isaac:AARONHILL
The Hermit. Chap. viii. Stanza 6.:THOMASWARTON
Yarrow Visited.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
Much Ado about Nothing. Act iv. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
Verbatim from Boileau.:JOHNGAY
Phædra. Frag. 854.:EURIPIDESBC
Meditations. iv. 31.:TERTULLIANAD
Paradise Lost. Book viii. Line 383.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
The Curse of Kehama. Canto x. Stanza 11.:CHARLESLAMB
Lycidas. Line 3.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Paradise Lost. Book iv. Line 800.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Proverbs xx. 14.:NEWTESTAMENT
Meditations. v. 21.:TERTULLIANAD
Table Talk. Line 690.:ERASMUSDARWIN
Farewell! But whenever you welcome the Hour.:LORDDENMAN
Christabel. Part i.:JOSIAHQUINCY
Maria.:WILLIAMSHENSTONE
Upon a Trial of Skill between the Great Masters of the Noble Science of:LOUISTHEOBALD
L'École des Femmes. Act ii. Sc. 6.:BLAISEPASCAL
Among my Books. First Series. Shakespeare Once More.:CHARLESKINGSLEY
Proverbs vi. 6.:NEWTESTAMENT
Commentaries. Psalm lx.:RICHARDBENTLEY
Proverbs xxvii. 17.:NEWTESTAMENT
Antony and Cleopatra. Act iii. Sc. 13.:FRANCISBACON
Man.:IZAAKWALTON
The Dunciad. Book i. Line 52.:JOHNGAY
Retaliation. Line 31.:THOMASWARTON
The Panel. Act i. Sc. 1.:HORATIONELSON
Ecclesiasticus xiii. 1.:NEWTESTAMENT
Maxim 267.:SENECABCAD
Antony and Cleopatra. Act i. Sc. 5.:FRANCISBACON
The Universal Prayer. Stanza 3.:JOHNGAY
Meditations. iv. 51.:TERTULLIANAD
Lady Holland's Memoir. Vol. i. p. 29.:JHOOKHAMFRERE
Joel iii. 14.:NEWTESTAMENT
As You Like It. Act ii. Sc. 5.:FRANCISBACON
First Week, Second Day.:MIGUELDECERVANTES
Tales. Tale xiv. The Struggles of Conscience.:GEORGEBARRINGTON
Monsieur D'Olive. Act v. Sc. 1.:WILLIAMWARNER
Maxim 277.:SENECABCAD
The Wolf and the Lamb. Book i. Fable 10.:JEANBAPTISTEMOLIRE
A Vision of Poets. Conclusion.:ABRAHAMLINCOLN
Don Juan. Canto i. Stanza 216.:WILLIAMKNOX
Luke xii. 35.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Of Superstition.:EPICTETUSAD
Proverbs xvii. 28.:NEWTESTAMENT
Prologue to Lee's Sophonisba.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
Zeno. lxxii.:ATHENUSAD
The Mistress. For Hope.:RALPHVENNING
Meditations. v. 9.:TERTULLIANAD
Maxim 785.:SENECABCAD
The Prince and his Minister. Chap. iii. Fable iii.:HESIODBC
The Coxcomb. Act iv. Sc. 3.:GEORGEWITHER
Life of Johnson_ (Boswell). _Vol. viii. Chap. v. 1783.:LORDLYTTLETON
On Warren Hastings. 1841.:JAWADE
Paradise Lost. Book xi. Line 713.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Job i. 1.:NEWTESTAMENT
Little Man and Little Soul.:LORDDENMAN
The Princess. Part i. Line 153.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
Night Thoughts. Night viii. Line 1045.:BISHOPBERKELEY
Letter, Feb. 16, 1753.:MATTHEWGREEN
Epitaph on Goldsmith.:LORDLYTTLETON
Don Juan. Canto xiii. stanza 9.:WILLIAMKNOX
A Trick to catch the Old One. Act i. Sc. 2.:SIRHENRYWOTTON
Bussy D'Ambois. Act i. Sc. 1.:WILLIAMWARNER
Rudens. Act ii. Sc. 5, 71.:TERENCEBC
Paradise Lost. Book v. Line 449.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Of Vicissitude of Things.:THOMASMIDDLETON
Proverbs xvi. 32.:NEWTESTAMENT
Barbarossa. Act v. Sc. 3.:JAMESTOWNLEY
Rudens. Act iv. Sc. 7, 3._ (_1229._):TERENCEBC
Apothegms. No. 64.:THOMASMIDDLETON
Paradise Lost. Book iv. Line 639.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Ode on the Death of the Duke of Wellington. Stanza 6.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
Maxim 376.:SENECABCAD
Hudibras. Part i. Canto i. Line 131.:SIRWILLIAMDAVENANT
Il Penseroso. Line 173.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. Canto i. Stanza 15.:WILLIAMKNOX
The Taming of the Shrew. Act iii. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
Don Quixote. Part ii. Chap. ii.:BARTHOLOMEWSCHIDONI
Psalm lxxii. 6.:NEWTESTAMENT
Natural History. Book i. Dedication, Sect. 22.:QUINTILIANAD
Ecclesiastes xii. 6.:NEWTESTAMENT
The Deserted Village. Line 61.:THOMASWARTON
Don Juan. Canto v. Stanza 113.:WILLIAMKNOX
The Rhodora.:RICHARDHENGESTHORNE
Canterbury Tales. Prologue. Line 295.:THOMASKEMPIS
First Week, Seventh Day.:MIGUELDECERVANTES
Cleon.:CHARLESDICKENS
Decision in Texas v. White, 7 Wallace, 725.:SAMUELFRANCISSMITH
The Good-Natured Man. Act i.:THOMASWARTON
Eunuchus. Act ii. Sc. 2, 45._ (_276._):CICEROBC
Table Talk. Power.:WILLIAMDRUMMOND
Emblems. Book ii. Emblem 2.:GEORGEHERBERT
Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire_ (1776). _Chap. xiv.:THOMASPAINE
The Idiot Boy.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
Light.:MISCELLANEOUS
The Art of Poetry. Canto iii. Line 374.:ALAINRENLESAGE
Acts xix. 28.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Tancred. Book iv. Chap. viii._ (_1847._):ROBERTMONTGOMERY
Catechism.:TATEANDBRADY
Paradise Lost. Book viii. Line 83.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Macbeth. Act iv. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
The Witch of Atlas. Stanza 5.:JHOWARDPAYNE
L'Allegro. Line 100.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
The Grave. Part i. Line 88.:JAMESTHOMSON
To Helen.:WENDELLPHILLIPS
Troilus and Cressida. Act iii. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
If Thou would'st have Me sing and play.:LORDDENMAN
Song at the Feast of Broughton Castle.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
Job xxxvii. 22.:NEWTESTAMENT
Boston.:RICHARDHENGESTHORNE
Euphues and his England, page 229.:SIRPHILIPSIDNEY
Maxim 358.:SENECABCAD
The Odyssey of Homer. Book xiii. Line 375.:JOHNGAY
2 Kings iv. 40.:NEWTESTAMENT
Comus. Line 646.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Eastward Ho._[37-5] _Act i. Sc. 1.:WILLIAMWARNER
1 John iii. 17.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Longing.:CHARLESKINGSLEY
George Dandin. Act i. Sc. 19.:BLAISEPASCAL
The Little French Lawyer. Act i. Sc. 1.:GEORGEWITHER
The Traveller. Line 50.:THOMASWARTON
Comus. Line 138.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Works. Book iv. Chap. xlviii.:MICHAELDEMONTAIGNE
Paradise Lost. Book i. Line 105.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Salvation through Christ.:THOMASMOSS
Macbeth. Act ii. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
Works. Book ii. Chap. xxix.:MICHAELDEMONTAIGNE
Psalm xxxvii. 35.:NEWTESTAMENT
Faerie Queene. Book i. Canto i. St. 1.:RICHARDHOOKER
Job xxxv. 16.:NEWTESTAMENT
Rich and rare were the Gems she wore.:LORDDENMAN
Matthew xiv. 27.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Proverbes. Part i. Chap. iii.:THOMASTUSSER
Scornful Lady. Act iii. Sc. 1.:GEORGEWITHER
Pilgrim's Progress. Part i.:SIRWILLIAMTEMPLE
Eloisa to Abelard. Line 323.:JOHNGAY
The Eve of St. Agnes. Stanza 33.:THOMASNOONTALFOURD
The Traveller. Line 409.:THOMASWARTON
As You Like It. Act i. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
Epigram on his Family Arms.:JOHNWESLEY
Essay on Man. Epistle ii. Line 135.:JOHNGAY
The Book and the Ring. The Pope. Line 842.:CHARLESDICKENS
Acts xxvi. 26.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Matthew xvi. 26.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
1 Peter ii. 17.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Proverbs xxix. 18.:NEWTESTAMENT
An Irregular Ode.:EDWARDMOORE
King Lear. Act iv. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
Proverbs xxvii. 6.:NEWTESTAMENT
Psalm lxii. 9.:NEWTESTAMENT
To Daffadills.:FRANCISQUARLES
Note to a Letter on Bowles's Strictures.:WILLIAMKNOX
The Iliad of Homer. Book ix. Line 628.:JOHNGAY
Table Talk. Line 28.:ERASMUSDARWIN
Essays. First Series. Epigraph to Friendship.:RICHARDHENGESTHORNE
A Visit from St. Nicholas.:LORDBROUGHAM
Night and Morning. Chap. vi.:BENJAMINDISRAELIEARLBEACONSFIELD
The Careless Husband. Act ii. Sc. 2.:SIRRICHARDSTEELE
Lycidas. Line 109.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Music, when soft Voices die.:JHOWARDPAYNE
Poetry, a Metrical Essay.:ROBERTCWINTHROP
The Odyssey of Homer. Book iii. Line 138.:JOHNGAY
Ecclesiasticus xxxviii. 25.:NEWTESTAMENT
The Fair Penitent. Prologue.:ISAACWATTS
Hero and Leander.:WILLIAMSHAKESPEARE
Commentaries. Jeremiah iii.:RICHARDBENTLEY
Underwoods. To the immortal Memory of Sir Lucius Cary and Sir Henry:JOHNWEBSTER
Essay on Man. Epistle i. Line 99.:JOHNGAY
Bussy D'Ambois. Act iii. Sc. 1.:WILLIAMWARNER
My Mother dear.:THOMASHOOD
Battle of the Baltic.:HENRYCLAY
Maxim 439.:SENECABCAD
Wit at Several Weapons. Act ii. Sc. 2.:GEORGEWITHER
Dissertation on Ethical Philosophy. Remarks on Thomas Brown.:LADYNAIRNE
Anatomy of Melancholy. Part ii. Sect. 2, Memb. 1, Subsect. 1.:SIRTHOMASOVERBURY
King Henry IV. Part II. Act i. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
Proverbs xiii. 12.:NEWTESTAMENT
Essay on Man. Epistle ii. Line 274.:JOHNGAY
Elegy in a Country Churchyard. Stanza 5.:DAVIDGARRICK
First Week, Third Day.:MIGUELDECERVANTES
Maxim 305.:SENECABCAD
Solomon on the Vanity of the World. Book iii. Line 102.:JOHNPOMFRET
The Death of the Virtuous.:THOMASJEFFERSON
Lalla Rookh. The Veiled Prophet of Khorassan.:LORDDENMAN
Don Juan. Canto xi. Stanza 37.:WILLIAMKNOX
The Princess. Part vii. Line 308.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
The Odyssey of Homer. Book xi. Line 722.:JOHNGAY
Euphues and his England, page 308.:SIRPHILIPSIDNEY
Pythagoras. vi.:ATHENUSAD
Reflections on the Revolution in France. Vol. iii. p. 331.:CHARLESCHURCHILL
Moral Essays. Epistle iii. Line 285.:JOHNGAY
Meditations. ii. 17.:TERTULLIANAD
Paradise Lost. Book iv. Line 73.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
St. Ronan's Well. Chap. vii.:JAMESMONTGOMERY
Adelphoe. Act v. Sc. 3, 30._ (_816._):CICEROBC
Genesis ii. 18.:NEWTESTAMENT
Paradise Lost. Book x. Line 77.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Representative Men. Uses of Great Men.:RICHARDHENGESTHORNE
Works. Book i. Chap. lii.:MICHAELDEMONTAIGNE
Epicurus. xxvii.:ATHENUSAD
Casabianca.:EDWARDEVERETT
Hudibras. Part iii. Canto i. Line 1313.:SIRWILLIAMDAVENANT
To Mr. Pope. Epistle i. Line 28.:BISHOPBERKELEY
Maud. Part i. xxii. Stanza 1.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
Maxim 22.:JDELAFONTAINE
Maxim 524.:SENECABCAD
Tale xxxvi.:VAUVENARGUESMARQUISOF
Cassinus and Peter.:WILLIAMCONGREVE
The Vision.:WILLIAMPITT
Don Juan. Canto viii. Stanza 18.:WILLIAMKNOX
Paradise Lost. Book iii. Line 11.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
In Memoriam. xxi. Stanza 6.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
The Iliad of Homer. Book xiii. Line 106.:JOHNGAY
Ion. Act i. Sc. 1.:THOMASCARLYLE
The Psalter. Psalm xxxi. 18.:TATEANDBRADY
Maxim 499.:SENECABCAD
The Iliad of Homer. Book xxii. Line 422.:JOHNGAY
Maxim 598.:SENECABCAD
All's Well that Ends Well. Act i. Sc. 3.:FRANCISBACON
Lady Holland's Memoir. Vol. i. p. 261.:JHOOKHAMFRERE
Mark ix. 44.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Of Studies.:THOMASMIDDLETON
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. Canto iv. Stanza 184.:WILLIAMKNOX
Lycidas. Line 26.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Euphues, 1579_ (Arber's reprint), _page 78.:SIRPHILIPSIDNEY
King Richard III. Act i. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
Sonnet iv.:CHARLESKINGSLEY
Bussy D'Ambois. Act ii. Sc. 1.:WILLIAMWARNER
Don Quixote. Part i. Book i. Chap. iv.:BARTHOLOMEWSCHIDONI
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. Canto iv. Stanza 120.:WILLIAMKNOX
Locksley Hall. Line 49.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
Psalm cxxxvii. 5.:NEWTESTAMENT
Anatomy of Melancholy. Part iii. Sect. 2, Memb. 5, Subsect. 1.:SIRTHOMASOVERBURY
Address, New York City, Feb. 21, 1859.:CHARLESDARWIN
Paradise Lost. Book i. Line 1.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Coriolanus. Act ii. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
The Iliad of Homer. Book iii. Line 293.:JOHNGAY
Proverbs xxvi. 2.:NEWTESTAMENT
Heautontimoroumenos. Act iv. Sc. 5, 48._ (_796._):CICEROBC
Luther. Man's Need and God's Supply.:CHARLESJEFFERYS
The Odyssey of Homer. Book iv. Line 921.:JOHNGAY
Answer to a Gentleman who apologized to the Author for Swearing.:MARKAKENSIDE
The Passions. Line 68.:JAMESMERRICK
Job v. 7.:NEWTESTAMENT
2 Corinthians vi. 2.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
The Grave. Part ii. Line 586.:JAMESTHOMSON
We 're a' Noddin'.:ANDREWJACKSON
The Theatre.:WILLIAMPITT
The Critic. Act i. Sc. 2.:PHILIPFRENEAU
Locksley Hall. Line 117.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
The Man of the World. Act i. Sc. 2.:JOHNBYROM
Gil Blas. Book viii. Chap. ix.:FRANCISMVOLTAIRE
Sonnet to the Nightingale.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
The Miser. Act iii. Sc. 12.:WILLIAMPITTEARLOFCHATHAM
The Psalter. Psalm cx. 3.:TATEANDBRADY
Paradise Lost. Book i. Line 430.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Proverbs xv. 23.:NEWTESTAMENT
Proverbs xix. 17.:NEWTESTAMENT
Meditations. iv. 48.:TERTULLIANAD
The Deserted Village. Line 167.:THOMASWARTON
Evangeline. Part i. 3.:JOHNGWHITTIER
Baptism of those of Riper Years.:TATEANDBRADY
Job iv. 13; xxxiii. 15.:NEWTESTAMENT
Retirement. Line 739.:ERASMUSDARWIN
The Tempest. Act i. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
A Table of Errata.:GEORGELINLEY
The Faithful Friends. Act i. Sc. 2.:BEAUMONTANDFLETCHER
The Complete Angler. Part i. Chap. 1.:JAMESSHIRLEY
Canterbury Tales. The Marchantes Tale. Line 585.:THOMASKEMPIS
Paradise Lost. Book iii. Line 474.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Paradise Lost. Book ii. Line 406.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Ecclesiastes ix. 10.:NEWTESTAMENT
Hamlet. Act iii. Sc. 3.:FRANCISBACON
Of Seeming Wise.:THOMASMIDDLETON
Case of Wilkes. Speech, Jan. 9, 1770.:SAMUELJOHNSON
Isaiah xxi. 1.:NEWTESTAMENT
Epistle to Dr. Arbuthnot. Prologue to the Satires. Line 307.:JOHNGAY
Hamlet. Act iv. Sc. 3.:FRANCISBACON
Judges xvi. 9.:NEWTESTAMENT
The Passage. Edinburgh Review, October, 1832.:VONMNCHBELLINGHAUSEN
Genesis ix. 6.:NEWTESTAMENT
The Biglow Papers. First Series. No. vi.:CHARLESKINGSLEY
The Giaour. Line 106.:WILLIAMKNOX
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. Canto ii. Stanza 88.:WILLIAMKNOX
Apophthegms of Kings and Great Commanders. Themistocles.:EPICTETUSAD
King Henry IV. Part II. Act v. Sc. 3.:FRANCISBACON
The Passions. Line 10.:JAMESMERRICK
Moral Essays. Epistle ii. Line 215.:JOHNGAY
Maxim 584.:SENECABCAD
The Odyssey of Homer. Book x. Line 662.:JOHNGAY
Book i. Chap. xxxviii. Of Solitude.:DUBARTAS
A Cure for the Heartache. Act ii. Sc. 1.:SIRJAMESMACKINTOSH
Anatomy of Melancholy. Part ii. Sect. 1, Memb. 2.:SIRTHOMASOVERBURY
The Pilot.:THOMASDRUMMOND
Hudibras. Part ii. Canto ii. Line 377.:SIRWILLIAMDAVENANT
Hudibras. Part ii. Canto i. Line 273.:SIRWILLIAMDAVENANT
Heroic Epistle.:RICHARDGIFFORD
Eastward Ho. Act iii. Sc. 2.:WILLIAMWARNER
Matthew x. 30.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Observations on a Late Publication on the Present State of the Nation.:CHARLESCHURCHILL
Conversation. Line 251.:ERASMUSDARWIN
The Loyal Scot.:JOSEPHHENSHAW
Phædra. Frag. 737.:EURIPIDESBC
The Lady's Resolve.:CHARLESMACKLIN
Ecclesiastes i. 10.:NEWTESTAMENT
The Jolly Beggars.:WILLIAMPITT
Satires, Epistles, and Odes of Horace. Epistle i. Book ii. Line 280.:JOHNGAY
Socrates. xiv.:ATHENUSAD
Of Solitude, xi.:RALPHVENNING
On his own Character.:DAVIDGARRICK
A Volant Tribe of Bards on Earth.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
Cato. Act ii. Sc. 1.:NICHOLASROWE
Proverbs xxiii. 5.:NEWTESTAMENT
The Song of Solomon ii. 11, 12.:NEWTESTAMENT
Second Annual Message to Congress, Dec. 1, 1862.:CHARLESDARWIN
To Sir Thomas Hammer on his Edition of Shakespeare.:JAMESMERRICK
Elegy on Mrs. Killegrew. Line 15.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
Completion of Bunker Hill Monument, June 17, 1843. P. 102.:JANETAYLOR
The Comedy of Errors. Act i. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
Rejected Addresses. The Baby's Début.:WILLIAMPITT
Hudibras. Part i. Canto i. Line 463.:SIRWILLIAMDAVENANT
Life.:THOMASJEFFERSON
King Henry IV. Part II. Act i. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
Antony and Cleopatra. Act ii. Sc. 7.:FRANCISBACON
Why Come ye not to Courte. Line 198.:JOHNHEYWOOD
Genesis xxxvii. 23.:NEWTESTAMENT
Culture and Anarchy. P. 8.:RUTHERFORDBHAYES
The Poet of the Old and New Times.:JAMESRUSSELLLOWELL
Moral Essays. Epistle iii. Line 1.:JOHNGAY
Isaiah ii. 22.:NEWTESTAMENT
A Song to the Lute in Musicke.:EDMUNDBURKE
Proverbes. Part i. Chap. viii.:THOMASTUSSER
Hester. Stanza 7.:JAMESSMITH
The Rose.:ERASMUSDARWIN
The Ladder of Saint Augustine.:JOHNGWHITTIER
Il Penseroso. Line 8.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
A Defence of Poetry.:JHOWARDPAYNE
Heautontimoroumenos. Act iii. Sc. 2, 9._ (_520._):CICEROBC
Virtue.:IZAAKWALTON
Troilus and Cressida. Act iv. Sc. 5.:FRANCISBACON
The Rape of the Lock. Canto v. Line 34.:JOHNGAY
Love and Duty.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
The Temple of Fame. Line 513.:JOHNGAY
To a Mountain Daisy.:WILLIAMPITT
The Iliad of Homer. Book xvi. Line 267.:JOHNGAY
Spectator. No. 122.:NICHOLASROWE
Love of Fame. Satire i. Line 89.:BISHOPBERKELEY
Hymns and Spiritual Songs. Book i. Hymn 79.:SIRROBERTWALPOLE
Salutatory of the Liberator, Jan. 1, 1831.:MARYHOWITT
Meditations. vii. 11.:TERTULLIANAD
Written the night before his death.--Found in his Bible in the:EDMUNDSPENSER
Thoughts on the Cause of the Present Discontents. Vol. i. p. 516.:CHARLESCHURCHILL
King Henry V. Prologue.:FRANCISBACON
Britannia's Pastorals. Book i. Song 2.:ROBERTHERRICK
Idylls of the King. Dedication.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
Don Quixote. Part i. Book iii. Chap. iv.:BARTHOLOMEWSCHIDONI
The Parish Register. Part ii. Marriages.:GEORGEBARRINGTON
Paradise Lost. Book ix. Line 44.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
I remember, I remember.:GEORGEPMORRIS
King Henry V. Act iii. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
The Iliad of Homer. Book ii. Line 970.:JOHNGAY
A Forest Hymn.:JOSEPHRODMANDRAKE
1 Timothy vi. 10.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
The Cloud. iv.:JHOWARDPAYNE
Alexander's Feast. Line 66.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
The Merry Wives of Windsor. Act iv. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
Apology for Smectymnuus.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
English Bards and Scotch Reviewers. Line 6.:WILLIAMKNOX
Sybil. Book ii. Chap. ii.:ROBERTMONTGOMERY
Pythagoras. iv.:ATHENUSAD
A Fable. Moral.:ERASMUSDARWIN
Lycidas. Line 193.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Maxim 553.:SENECABCAD
Table-Talk. lxvii.:FRANCISRABELAIS
Anatomy of Melancholy. Part i. Sect. 2, Memb. 3, Subsect. 14.:SIRTHOMASOVERBURY
Ugly Trades.:RALPHWALDOEMERSON
The Creole Village.:LEIGHHUNT
Life of Milton.:LORDLYTTLETON
Epitaph on a child who died at the age of three weeks_ (_Cheltenham Churchyard_).:TRANSLATIONS
Maxim 170.:SENECABCAD
Works. Book iii. Chap. xxxi.:MICHAELDEMONTAIGNE
Prologue on Quitting the Stage in 1776.:WILLIAMBRHODES
The Seasons. Summer. Line 1285.:JOHNDYER
Translation of Dies Iræ.:THOMASKEN
Macbeth. Act iii. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
Meleager. Frag. 525.:MIMNERMUSTRAGEDIAN
Pythagoras. xvii.:ATHENUSAD
Pitt's Reply to Walpole. Speech, March 6, 1741.:LORDLYTTLETON
Menæchmi. Act ii. Sc. 1, 22._ (_247._):TERENCEBC
Dulcina.:EDMUNDBURKE
Commentaries. Jeremiah xx.:RICHARDBENTLEY
Jeremiah vi. 16.:NEWTESTAMENT
Peter Bell. Part i. Stanza 26.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
Ecclesiastes i. 8.:NEWTESTAMENT
Answer to the Author of Waverley to the Letter of Captain Clutterbuck.:JAMESMONTGOMERY
Proverbs xviii. 14.:NEWTESTAMENT
Against Fruition.:MARQUISOFMONTROSE
Paradise Lost. Book v. Line 310.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Lines on the Death of Hogarth.:LORDLYTTLETON
Licymnius. Frag. 477.:MIMNERMUSTRAGEDIAN
Hudibras. Part ii. Canto i. Line 297.:SIRWILLIAMDAVENANT
Rokeby. Canto iii. Stanza 16.:JAMESMONTGOMERY
Lacydes. v.:ATHENUSAD
Maid of Athens.:WILLIAMKNOX
Alma. Canto ii. Line 7.:JOHNPOMFRET
Alexander's Feast. Line 96.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
Meditations. iv. 35.:TERTULLIANAD
The Complete Angler. Part i. Chap. 21.:JAMESSHIRLEY
Guy of Gisborne.:EDMUNDBURKE
Tales of the Hall. Book iii. Boys at School.:GEORGEBARRINGTON
All's Well that Ends Well. Act iv. Sc. 3.:FRANCISBACON
Tristram Shandy_ (orig. ed.). _Vol. vii. Chap. xi.:WILLIAMSHENSTONE
Phædra. Frag. 842.:EURIPIDESBC
Hudibras. Part i. Canto i. Line 205.:SIRWILLIAMDAVENANT
The Task. Book vi. Winter Walk at Noon. Line 85.:ERASMUSDARWIN
In Memoriam. cv. Stanza 8.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. Canto iii. Stanza 28.:WILLIAMKNOX
Boulter's Monument._ :LORDLYTTLETON
Maxim 259.:JDELAFONTAINE
Paradise Lost. Book i. Line 619.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Adonais. xxxii.:JHOWARDPAYNE
Letter to Mr. Huskisson.:JOHNTOBIN
Marmion. Canto v. Stanza 12.:JAMESMONTGOMERY
The Traveller. Line 356.:THOMASWARTON
Paradise Lost. Book viii. Line 192.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Luther. A Landscape of Domestic Life.:CHARLESJEFFERYS
Jeremiah ix. 2.:NEWTESTAMENT
Zechariah iv. 10.:NEWTESTAMENT
Verses occasioned by Whitshed's Motto on his Coach.:WILLIAMCONGREVE
Isaiah viii. 20.:NEWTESTAMENT
Book iv. 32.:PLUTARCHAD
The Traveller. Line 372.:THOMASWARTON
Every Man in his Humour. Act i. Sc. 3.:JOHNWEBSTER
M^cFingal. Canto iii. Line 489.:RICHARDBRINSLEYSHERIDAN
Maxim 781.:SENECABCAD
The Universal Prayer. Stanza 7.:JOHNGAY
Numbers xxiii. 10.:NEWTESTAMENT
Philip Van Artevelde. Part i. Act i. Sc. 5.:WILLIAMHSEWARD
Psalm lv. 6.:NEWTESTAMENT
Revenge for Honour. Act v. Sc. 2.:WILLIAMWARNER
Speech, Nov. 1, 1859.:FRANCESANNEKEMBLE
King John. Act iv. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
The Odyssey of Homer. Book iv. Line 732.:JOHNGAY
King Richard III. Act ii. Sc. 4.:FRANCISBACON
The White Devil. Act iii. Sc. 2.:THOMASDEKKER
The Task. Book i. The Sofa. Line 749.:ERASMUSDARWIN
Sonnet xc.:FRANCISBACON
Hebrews viii. 31.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Love's Young Dream.:LORDDENMAN
On my Thirty-sixth Year.:WILLIAMKNOX
The Traveller. Line 42.:THOMASWARTON
The Seed growing secretly.:ALGERNONSIDNEY
Moral Essays. Epistle iii. Line 250.:JOHNGAY
That we do not study to make Use of the established Principles:TACITUSAD
The Dunciad. Book iv. Line 90.:JOHNGAY
The Iliad of Homer. Book xxii. Line 484.:JOHNGAY
Personal Talk. Stanza 4.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
The Devil's Walk. Stanza 8.:CHARLESLAMB
Love in a Village. Act i. Sc. 2.:JAMESBEATTIE
Recipe for Salad. P. 383.:JHOOKHAMFRERE
Psalm xxiii. 4.:NEWTESTAMENT
1 Peter iii. 8.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Coriolanus. Act v. Sc. 3.:FRANCISBACON
Mariage à la Mode. Act ii. Sc. 1.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
The Grave of Bonaparte.:BAYARDTAYLOR
Matthew xxiii. 24.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Johnsoniana. Seward. 617.:LORDLYTTLETON
Attributed to Shakespeare.:TRANSLATIONS
Religio Medici. Part i. Sect. xiii.:EDMUNDWALLER
Maxim 640.:SENECABCAD
The Bee. No. iii. Oct. 20, 1759.:THOMASWARTON
The Traveller. Line 26.:THOMASWARTON
King Richard II. Act i. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
Natural History. Book viii. Sect. 126.:QUINTILIANAD
Eveleen's Bower.:LORDDENMAN
The Odyssey of Homer. Book vi. Line 247.:JOHNGAY
To Mr. Pope. Epistle i. Line 277.:BISHOPBERKELEY
Collect for Peace.:TATEANDBRADY
Ecclesiastes xii. 13.:NEWTESTAMENT
Mac Flecknoe. Line 20.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
Every Man in his Humour. Act ii. Sc. 1.:JOHNWEBSTER
King Cophetua and the Beggar-maid.:EDMUNDBURKE
Essay on Man. Epistle ii. Line 107.:JOHNGAY
Five Hundred Points of Good Husbandry. Washing.:RICHARDEDWARDS
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. Canto i. Stanza 11.:WILLIAMKNOX
The Charge of the Light Brigade. Stanza 2.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
In Memoriam. lxxiii. Stanza 1.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
2 Samuel i. 25.:NEWTESTAMENT
The Right must win.:CHARLESMACKAY
Of Truth.:THOMASMIDDLETON
De Rerum Natura. i. 313.:HORACEBC
Anatomy of Melancholy. Part iii. Sect. 2, Memb. 3.:SIRTHOMASOVERBURY
Comus. Line 816.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Discourse concerning the Government of Oliver Cromwell.:RALPHVENNING
The Borough. Letter xxiv. Schools.:GEORGEBARRINGTON
The Merry Wives of Windsor. Act iii. Sc. 5.:FRANCISBACON
Speech, May, 1865.:ROBERTMONTGOMERY
Eunuchus. Act iv. Sc. 7, 19._ (_789._):CICEROBC
The Rivals. Act v. Sc. 1.:PHILIPFRENEAU
Comus. Line 38.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Night Thoughts. Night v. Line 773.:BISHOPBERKELEY
Tristram Shandy_ (orig. ed.). _Vol. iii. Chap. xi.:WILLIAMSHENSTONE
The Use of Knowledge. Book viii. Fable 19.:JEANBAPTISTEMOLIRE
To the Memory of Shakespeare.:JOHNWEBSTER
The Iliad of Homer. Book iv. Line 451.:JOHNGAY
Epître à l'Auteur du Livre des Trois Imposteurs. cxi.:MADAMEDUDEFFAND
Paradise Lost. Book iv. Line 918.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
John v. 35.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Maxim 709.:SENECABCAD
Toast at Faneuil Hall on the Fourth of July, 1845.:JAMESALDRICH
Days of Absence.:GESTAROMANORUM
Letters._[748-1] _Book i. Letter v. 14.:MARCUSAURELIUSANTONINUSAD
Night Thoughts. Night iv. Line 788.:BISHOPBERKELEY
Of Goodness.:THOMASMIDDLETON
Paradise Lost. Book i. Line 330.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
O'Connell v. The Queen, 11 Clark and Finnelly Reports.:CLEMENTCMOORE
Don Juan. Canto v. Stanza 27.:WILLIAMKNOX
A Gleam of Sunshine.:JOHNGWHITTIER
The Odyssey of Homer. Book xv. Line 434.:JOHNGAY
Epitaph upon Mr. Ashton.:RICHARDLOVELACE
Laodamia.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
Brother Protestants.:WILLIAMCONGREVE
As You Like It. Act v. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. Canto iv. Stanza 69.:WILLIAMKNOX
The Death of Wallenstein. Act v. Sc. 1.:JOSIAHQUINCY
Hudibras. Part iii. Canto iii. Line 624.:SIRWILLIAMDAVENANT
The Taming of the Shrew. Induc. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
Sybil. Book i. Chap. iii.:ROBERTMONTGOMERY
Adonais. xxx.:JHOWARDPAYNE
Night thoughts. Night ii. Line 641.:BISHOPBERKELEY
Euphues and his England, page 279.:SIRPHILIPSIDNEY
Essay on Man. Epistle iv. Line 379.:JOHNGAY
The Hermit. Chap. xix.:THOMASWARTON
Timon of Athens. Act iv. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
Julius Cæsar. Act ii. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
Proverbs ix. 17.:NEWTESTAMENT
Letter to Cardinal de Bernis, April 23, 1761.:MADAMEDUDEFFAND
Romeo and Juliet. Act ii. Sc. 3.:FRANCISBACON
The Lover.:CHARLESMACKLIN
Boulter's Monument.:ALEXANDERPOPE
Marmion. Canto vi. Stanza 33.:JAMESMONTGOMERY
Epiphany.:WASHINGTONIRVING
Exodus xvi. 3.:NEWTESTAMENT
A Wedding-gown.:RALPHWALDOEMERSON
Hudibras. Part ii. Canto iii. Line 261.:SIRWILLIAMDAVENANT
Night Thoughts. Night v. Line 717.:BISHOPBERKELEY
Commentaries. Psalm lix.:RICHARDBENTLEY
The Virtuoso. Stanza x.:TOBIASSMOLLETT
Essay on Man. Epistle i. Line 217.:JOHNGAY
Verses on the Death of Mr. Robert Levet. Stanza 7.:LORDLYTTLETON
John xii. 35.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Don Quixote. Part ii. Chap. lv.:BARTHOLOMEWSCHIDONI
A True Hymn.:IZAAKWALTON
Duchess of Malfi. Act iv. Sc. 2.:THOMASDEKKER
Absalom and Achitophel. Part i. Line 169.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
The Gamester. Act iii. Sc. 4.:LAURENCESTERNE
Ode to Beauty.:RICHARDHENGESTHORNE
Gulliver's Travels. Part iii. Chap. v. Voyage to Laputa.:WILLIAMCONGREVE
Lady of the Lake. Canto i. Stanza 18.:JAMESMONTGOMERY
Essays. First Series. Compensation.:RICHARDHENGESTHORNE
King Richard III. Act v. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
The Traveller. Line 153.:THOMASWARTON
Hudibras. Part i. Canto i. Line 852.:SIRWILLIAMDAVENANT
The Church Porch.:IZAAKWALTON
Come, send round the Wine.:LORDDENMAN
Proverbs xx. 3.:NEWTESTAMENT
Prayer for all Conditions of Men.:TATEANDBRADY
Twelfth Night. Act i. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
That Everything is to be undertaken with Circumspection. Chap. xv.:TACITUSAD
Proverbs xxviii. 1.:NEWTESTAMENT
Proverbes. Part i. Chap. ix.:THOMASTUSSER
Paradise Regained. Book iii. Line 56.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
The Biglow Papers. First Series. No. vii.:CHARLESKINGSLEY
Book i. Chap. xxx. Of Cannibals.:DUBARTAS
Moral Essays. Epistle i. Line 135.:JOHNGAY
Speech on the Conciliation of America. Vol. ii. p. 118.:CHARLESCHURCHILL
All Fools. Act ii. Sc. 1.:WILLIAMWARNER
Essay on Man. Epistle iii. Line 242.:JOHNGAY
Nemesis.:RICHARDHENGESTHORNE
How to profit by our Enemies.:EPICTETUSAD
Hudibras. Part i. Canto iii. Line 1011.:SIRWILLIAMDAVENANT
Don Juan. Canto iv. Stanza 11.:WILLIAMKNOX
King Henry VIII. Act iii. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
Paradise Lost. Book i. Line 597.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Complaint. Ed. 1852. The Good Great Man. Ed. 1893.:JOSIAHQUINCY
Old Pictures in Florence. xvii.:CHARLESDICKENS
Deuteronomy xxxiv. 7.:NEWTESTAMENT
The Poet's Lot.:ROBERTCWINTHROP
Comus. Line 597.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Speech, Sept. 30, 1842. Vol. ii. p. 117.:JANETAYLOR
Retirement. Line 614.:ERASMUSDARWIN
The Two Gentlemen of Verona. Act v. Sc. 4.:FRANCISBACON
The Seasons. Summer. Line 67.:JOHNDYER
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. Canto iv. Stanza 57.:WILLIAMKNOX
Comus. Line 727.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Colossians iii. 2.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
The Ancient Mariner. Part v.:JOSIAHQUINCY
Emblems. Book ii. Emblem 13.:GEORGEHERBERT
The Fair Penitent. Act iii. Sc. 1.:ISAACWATTS
Comus. Line 587.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Lady Holland's Memoir. Vol. i. p. 265.:JHOOKHAMFRERE
Don Juan. Canto x. Stanza 24.:WILLIAMKNOX
Ode for Music. V. Line 8.:DAVIDGARRICK
The Complete Angler. Part i. Chap. ii.:JAMESSHIRLEY
Mark v. 9.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Voluntaries.:RICHARDHENGESTHORNE
Les Fourberies de Scapin. Act ii. Sc. 11.:BLAISEPASCAL
Irené.:CHARLESKINGSLEY
Matthew iv. 4; Deuteronomy viii. 3_.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Hudibras. Part ii. Canto i. Line 221.:SIRWILLIAMDAVENANT
Table Talk. Line 246.:ERASMUSDARWIN
Tetrachordon.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Moral Essays. Epistle iii. Line 39.:JOHNGAY
The Task. Book iv. The Winter Evening. Line 336.:ERASMUSDARWIN
They are all gone.:ALGERNONSIDNEY
Bonny Lesley.:WILLIAMPITT
The Task. Book v. The Winter Morning Walk. Line 187.:ERASMUSDARWIN
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. Canto iv. Stanza 29.:WILLIAMKNOX
Menedemus. iii.:ATHENUSAD
Upon the Death of Sir Albert Morton's Wife.:RICHARDBARNFIELD
Paradise Lost. Book v. Line 18.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
The Bard. II. 3, Line 11.:DAVIDGARRICK
Life of Johnson_ (Boswell). _Vol. viii. Chap. x. 1784.:LORDLYTTLETON
OEdipus. Act iv. Sc. 1.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
The Task. Book ii. The Timepiece. Line 1.:ERASMUSDARWIN
Of Empire.:THOMASMIDDLETON
The Merry Wives of Windsor. Act i. Sc. 3.:FRANCISBACON
Indorsement of a Letter relating to the Whiskey Ring, July 29, 1875.:MATTHEWARNOLD
The Cataract of Lodore.:CHARLESLAMB
On the Death of Crashaw.:RALPHVENNING
Don Juan. Canto i. Stanza 141.:WILLIAMKNOX
The What d' ye call it. Act ii. Sc. 9.:LADYMARYWORTLEYMONTAGU
Absalom and Achitophel. Part i. Line 645.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
Essay on Man. Epistle i. Line 111.:JOHNGAY
The Merry Wives of Windsor. Act iii. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
1 Corinthians xiii. 11.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Proverbes. Part i. Chap. vii.:THOMASTUSSER
Life of Johnson_ (Boswell). _Vol. iv. Chap. ii. 1773.:LORDLYTTLETON
The Comedy of Errors. Act v. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
The Task. Book iii. The Garden. Line 161.:ERASMUSDARWIN
The Odyssey of Homer. Book vi. Line 22.:JOHNGAY
Alexander's Feast. Line 154.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. Canto iv. Stanza 110.:WILLIAMKNOX
The Dunciad. Book iv. Line 342.:JOHNGAY
Psalm xlii. 1.:NEWTESTAMENT
Stanzas written in Dejection, near Naples. Stanza 4.:JHOWARDPAYNE
Death in Disguise. Line 227._ (Boston edition, 1833.):SAMUELLOVER
Suppliants, 707.:SOPHOCLESBC
Proverbes. Part i. Chap. x.:THOMASTUSSER
On the Army Estimates. Vol iii. p. 221.:CHARLESCHURCHILL
Satires, Epistles, and Odes of Horace. Epistle i. Book ii. Line 111.:JOHNGAY
Aurora Leigh. Book ii.:ABRAHAMLINCOLN
The Odyssey of Homer. Book xx. Line 461.:JOHNGAY
Protagoras. iii.:ATHENUSAD
Retirement. Line 691.:ERASMUSDARWIN
Ode.:NICHOLASROWE
Apophthegms of Kings and Great Commanders. Eudæmonidas.:EPICTETUSAD
Works. Book iv. Chap. xxiv.:MICHAELDEMONTAIGNE
The Traveller. Line 7.:THOMASWARTON
The Task. Book iv. The Winter Evening. Line 51.:ERASMUSDARWIN
James iii. 5.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Macbeth. Act ii. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
Locksley Hall. Line 19.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
Faerie Queene. Book i. Canto i. St. 37.:RICHARDHOOKER
Letter to the Maine Whig Committee, 1856.:THOMASKHERVEY
Natural History. Book ii. Sect. 234.:QUINTILIANAD
Pleasures of Hope. Part i. Line 7.:HENRYCLAY
Macbeth. Act i. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
Works. Book i. Chap. xxix.:MICHAELDEMONTAIGNE
Hudibras. Part iii. Canto i. Line 687.:SIRWILLIAMDAVENANT
The Dream. Stanza 4.:WILLIAMKNOX
Zeno. lxxiv.:ATHENUSAD
The Twa Dogs.:WILLIAMPITT
Mem. by the Duke,_[463-1] _Sept. 18, 1836.:JOHNTOBIN
Hudibras. Part i. Canto iii. Line 11.:SIRWILLIAMDAVENANT
The Betrothed. Chap. xxviii.:JAMESMONTGOMERY
The Deipnosophists. viii. 19.:SAINTAUGUSTINE
Luke x. 5.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Maxim 580.:SENECABCAD
Comus. Line 1022.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Life of Johnson_ (Boswell). _Vol. iii. Chap. iv.:LORDLYTTLETON
Troilus and Creseide. Book iii. Line 1721.:THOMASKEMPIS
The Bastard. Line 7.:ROBERTBLAIR
Psalm xix. 10.:NEWTESTAMENT
To Robert Browning.:THOMASCAMPBELL
Consolation to Apollonius.:EPICTETUSAD
The Liberator, Vol. i. No. 1, 1831.:MARYHOWITT
The Duenna. Act i. Sc. 2.:PHILIPFRENEAU
De Divinatione. i. 118.:LUCRETIUSBC
1 Timothy i. 8.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
The Merry Wives of Windsor. Act ii. Sc. 3.:FRANCISBACON
Hymns and Spiritual Songs. Book ii. Hymn 65.:SIRROBERTWALPOLE
Life of Lysander.:EPICTETUSAD
Paradise Lost. Book iv. Line 269.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Be Merry Friends.:THOMASTUSSER
Letter to Sir Horace Mann, 1770.:WILLIAMCOLLINS
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. Canto iv. Stanza 178.:WILLIAMKNOX
Julius Cæsar. Act ii. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. Canto iv. Stanza 168.:WILLIAMKNOX
Meditations. iv. 15.:TERTULLIANAD
Of Travel.:THOMASMIDDLETON
The Merchant of Venice. Act ii. Sc. 7.:FRANCISBACON
Letter to the Whig Convention, 1855.:THOMASKHERVEY
The Iliad of Homer. Book xxii. Line 526.:JOHNGAY
Religio Medici. Part i. Sect. xvi.:EDMUNDWALLER
Ode, inscribed to W. H. Channing.:RICHARDHENGESTHORNE
Hebrews xiii. 8.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Proverbs xiii. 15.:NEWTESTAMENT
Lines written in Early Spring.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
Discours sur l'Homme. Discours 3.:MADAMEDUDEFFAND
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. Canto iv. Stanza 140.:WILLIAMKNOX
Stanzas for Music.:WILLIAMKNOX
Representative Men. Montaigne.:RICHARDHENGESTHORNE
Hymns and Spiritual Songs. Book ii. Hymn 19.:SIRROBERTWALPOLE
Sketches of Moral Philosophy.:JHOOKHAMFRERE
Frag. 383.:SOPHOCLESBC
Isaiah lxi. 3.:NEWTESTAMENT
Lines to Lady A. Hamilton.:JOSEPHHOPKINSON
Proverbs vi. 10; xxiv. 33.:NEWTESTAMENT
Letter, Nov. 24, 1749.:MATTHEWGREEN
Poems against Garnesche.:JOHNHEYWOOD
Rose Aylmer.:THOMASCAMPBELL
Parental Ode to my Infant Son.:GEORGELINLEY
Genesis viii. 9.:NEWTESTAMENT
Concerning a Person whom he treated with Disregard. Chap. xxiv.:TACITUSAD
Maxim 19.:JDELAFONTAINE
Ecclesiastes i. 14.:NEWTESTAMENT
Wallenstein. Part i. Act ii. Sc. 4._ (Translated from Schiller.):JOSIAHQUINCY
The Task. Book iv. The Winter Evening. Line 120.:ERASMUSDARWIN
Don Quixote. Part ii. Chap. xxiv.:BARTHOLOMEWSCHIDONI
Coriolanus. Act iv. Sc. 5.:FRANCISBACON
Cenciaja.:CHARLESDICKENS
Twelfth Night. Act iii. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
The May Queen.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
Antony and Cleopatra. Act iv. Sc. 14.:FRANCISBACON
Plato. xxxii.:ATHENUSAD
The Spider and the Fly.:SARAHFLOWERADAMS
The Comedy of Errors. Act iii. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
Chrysippus. xi.:ATHENUSAD
Commentaries. Matthew xxii.:RICHARDBENTLEY
Little Things, 1845.:AUSTENHLAYARD
Memorials of a Tour in Italy. iv.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
Five Hundred Points of Good Husbandry. October's Abstract.:RICHARDEDWARDS
To the Memory of an Unfortunate Lady. Line 14.:JOHNGAY
Epistle to Dr. Arbuthnot. Prologue to the Satires. Line 169.:JOHNGAY
The Author. Act ii.:JAMESFORDYCE
Retirement. Line 688.:ERASMUSDARWIN
English Bards and Scotch Reviewers. Line 839.:WILLIAMKNOX
The Seasons. Spring. Line 465.:JOHNDYER
Gil Blas. Book x. Chap. i.:FRANCISMVOLTAIRE
Maxim 872.:SENECABCAD
1 Timothy vi. 18.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Lady of the Lake. Canto ii. Stanza 22.:JAMESMONTGOMERY
The Jackdaw._ (Translation from Vincent Bourne.):ERASMUSDARWIN
Psalm viii. 2.:NEWTESTAMENT
The Task. Book ii. The Timepiece. Line 411.:ERASMUSDARWIN
1 Esdras iv. 41.:NEWTESTAMENT
Hymn on Christ's Nativity. Line 197.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
To a Louse.:WILLIAMPITT
The Botanic Garden. Part ii. Canto iii. Line 459.:BEILBYPORTEUS
Reflections on the Revolution in France. Vol. iii. p. 334.:CHARLESCHURCHILL
The Art of Reading.:JOHNBUNYAN
Essays. First Series. Friendship.:RICHARDHENGESTHORNE
Divine Songs. Song xv.:SIRROBERTWALPOLE
King Richard III. Act iii. Sc. 7.:FRANCISBACON
King Henry V. Act iii. Sc. 7.:FRANCISBACON
All's Well that Ends Well. Act ii. Sc. 4.:FRANCISBACON
Of Banishment.:EPICTETUSAD
Romeo and Juliet. Act iii. Sc. 5.:FRANCISBACON
Universal Passion.:BISHOPBERKELEY
Life of Nelson_ (Southey). _Vol. ii. p. 131.:ROBERTBURNS
Tale of a Tub. Sect. vii.:WILLIAMCONGREVE
Eloisa to Abelard. Line 57.:JOHNGAY
Hudibras. Part i. Canto i. Line 215.:SIRWILLIAMDAVENANT
Meditations. ii. 2.:TERTULLIANAD
The Iliad of Homer. Book iii. Line 357.:JOHNGAY
Life of Marcellus.:EPICTETUSAD
Work.:JAMESSMITH
OEdipus. Act iii. Sc. 1.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
Ode at the Harvard Commemoration, July 21, 1865.:CHARLESKINGSLEY
Paradise Lost. Book v. Line 601.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Ars Poetica. 359.:OVIDBCAD
Il Penseroso. Line 109.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Essays. First Series. Epigraph to History.:RICHARDHENGESTHORNE
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. Canto iv. Stanza 10.:WILLIAMKNOX
Romans viii. 28.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Motto to the Rambler. No. 7.:LORDLYTTLETON
The Taming of the Shrew. Act v. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
Julius Cæsar. Act v. Sc. 5.:FRANCISBACON
Darkness.:WILLIAMKNOX
Life of Marcus Cato.:EPICTETUSAD
The Castle of Indolence. Canto i. Stanza 6.:JOHNDYER
Daniel v. 27.:NEWTESTAMENT
Galatians v. 9.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Epistle to William Hogarth. Line 645.:WILLIAMCOWPER
Sonnet lxxxi.:FRANCISBACON
King Henry IV. Part II. Act iv. Sc. 5.:FRANCISBACON
Phrixus. Frag. 830.:MIMNERMUSTRAGEDIAN
King Lear. Act i. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
The Two Fishermen. Fable xiv.:HESIODBC
The Tempest. Act i. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
Contemplation.:ARTHURMURPHY
Cato. Act v. Sc. 1.:NICHOLASROWE
Parisina. Stanza 1.:WILLIAMKNOX
Song of the Greeks.:HENRYCLAY
Maxim 312.:JDELAFONTAINE
The Conduct of Life. Behaviour.:RICHARDHENGESTHORNE
Autumn Woods.:JOSEPHRODMANDRAKE
The Iliad of Homer. Book iii. Line 199.:JOHNGAY
The Orphan. Act iv. Sc. 2.:ANDREWFLETCHEROFSALTOUN
Hamlet. Act iii. Sc. 4.:FRANCISBACON
Macbeth. Act i. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
Discourses. Chap. xxi.:TACITUSAD
Essay on Man. Epistle iv. Line 215.:JOHNGAY
Le Médecin malgré lui. Act i. Sc. 6.:BLAISEPASCAL
The Iliad of Homer. Book xxii. Line 543.:JOHNGAY
Concerning such as read and dispute ostentatiously. Chap. xxiii.:TACITUSAD
The Origin of the Harp.:LORDDENMAN
Semayne's Case, 5 Rep. 91.:GEORGEPEELE
Epistle to Augusta. Stanza 3.:WILLIAMKNOX
The Ages. xxxiii.:JOSEPHRODMANDRAKE
Maxim 674.:SENECABCAD
On the Death of a very young Gentleman.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
Hymns and Spiritual Songs. Book ii. Hymn 66.:SIRROBERTWALPOLE
The Song of the Shirt.:GEORGELINLEY
The Daisy. Stanza 24.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
Ægeus. Frag. 7.:MIMNERMUSTRAGEDIAN
The Song of Solomon ii. 15.:NEWTESTAMENT
Canterbury Tales. Prologue. Line 69.:THOMASKEMPIS
Twilight.:CHARLESWOLFE
Revelation ii. 27.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
The Iliad of Homer. Book xviii. Line 134.:JOHNGAY
At the signing of the Declaration of Independence, July 4, 1776.:NATHANIELCOTTON
Hymns and Spiritual Songs. Book i. Hymn 88.:SIRROBERTWALPOLE
Proverbs vi. 27.:NEWTESTAMENT
The Land o' the Leal.:ANDREWJACKSON
The Odyssey of Homer. Book xi. Line 541.:JOHNGAY
Manfred. Act ii. Sc. 1.:WILLIAMKNOX
Oh, steer my Bark to Erin's Isle.:THOMASDRUMMOND
Maxim cxxvii.:MICHELJEANSEDAINE
Beppo. Stanza 27.:WILLIAMKNOX
King Henry V. Act iv. Sc. 3.:FRANCISBACON
Speech, Nov. 18, 1777.:SAMUELJOHNSON
Life of Johnson_ (Boswell). _Vol. viii. Chap. ix. 1784.:LORDLYTTLETON
The Corsair. Canto iii. Stanza 22.:WILLIAMKNOX
The Old Judge. Chap. xv.:WILLIAMMOTHERWELL
Sonnet xviii.:FRANCISBACON
Paradise Lost. Book v. Line 667.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Xenophanes. iii.:ATHENUSAD
Epitaph on Claudius Philips, the Musician.:LORDLYTTLETON
On Sir William Temple. 1838.:JAWADE
Alexander's Feast. Line 15.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
Works. Book v. Chapter v.:MICHAELDEMONTAIGNE
Meditations. iii. 13.:TERTULLIANAD
Rules for the Preservation of Health. 25.:EPICTETUSAD
Don Juan. Canto i. Stanza 40.:WILLIAMKNOX
King Henry VI. Part III. Act i. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
The Castle of Indolence. Canto i. Stanza 68.:JOHNDYER
Yes, Thou art Fair.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
Andronicus. Sect. vi. Par. 18, 1.:JOHNMILTON
Auld Lang Syne.:WILLIAMPITT
Fain Would I.:EDMUNDSPENSER
Rob Roy's Grave.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
Othello. Act iv. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
Job xvi. 1.:NEWTESTAMENT
Epistle to Dr. Arbuthnot. Prologue to the Satires. Line 44.:JOHNGAY
Recipe for Salad. P. 374.:JHOOKHAMFRERE
Anarcharsis. v.:ATHENUSAD
Aristippus. iv.:ATHENUSAD
Cymbeline. Act ii. Sc. 5.:FRANCISBACON
Works. Book iv. Chap. liv.:MICHAELDEMONTAIGNE
Paradise Lost. Book v. Line 153.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
An Elegy to an Old Beauty.:BARTONBOOTH
Pleasures of Hope. Part ii. Line 263.:HENRYCLAY
Moral Essays. Epistle ii. Line 147.:JOHNGAY
The Winter's Tale. Act iv. Sc. 4.:FRANCISBACON
Essays. Second Series. Manners.:RICHARDHENGESTHORNE
Psalm lxxv. 7.:NEWTESTAMENT
Night Thoughts. Night v. Line 1011.:BISHOPBERKELEY
Maxim 388.:SENECABCAD
The Spanish Friar. Act ii. Sc. 1.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
The Dunciad. Book iv. Line 649.:JOHNGAY
Satire iii. 76.:MARTIALAD
'T is sweet to think.:LORDDENMAN
Tales of the Hall. Book xvii. The Widow.:GEORGEBARRINGTON
Don Juan. Canto xi. Stanza 1.:WILLIAMKNOX
Love à la Mode. Act ii. Sc. 1.:JOHNBYROM
Works. Book iv. Chap. l.:MICHAELDEMONTAIGNE
Pericles. Act ii. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
Defence of Poesy.:CYRILTOURNEUR
Of Cunning.:THOMASMIDDLETON
Grongar Hill. Line 102.:PHILIPDODDRIDGE
Euphues, 1579_ (Arber's reprint), _page 81.:SIRPHILIPSIDNEY
Retaliation. Line 112.:THOMASWARTON
The Merry Wives of Windsor. Act iv. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
Phædra. Frag. 619.:EURIPIDESBC
The Seasons. Autumn. Line 204.:JOHNDYER
Love in a Village. Act i. Sc. 1.:JAMESBEATTIE
Night thoughts. Night i. Line 18.:BISHOPBERKELEY
The Italian Itinerant.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
Romans xii. 17.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Postscript.:THOMASWARTON
In Memoriam. lxxv. Stanza 4.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
The Sparrow's Nest.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
Scene, The Surface.:ELIZACOOK
Speech at Marshfield, Sept. 1, 1848. P. 433.:JANETAYLOR
Written at Cambridge.:JAMESSMITH
Zenobia. Act v.:JANEELLIOTT
The Merry Wives of Windsor. Act v. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
Lines written to a March.:WASHINGTONIRVING
Meditations. vi. 21.:TERTULLIANAD
Lucy Gray. Stanza 2.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
Essay on Translated Verse. Line 96.:THOMASKEN
Comus. Line 263.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Essay on Man. Epistle i. Line 271.:JOHNGAY
Dejection. An Ode. Stanza 1.:JOSIAHQUINCY
The Two Gentlemen of Verona. Act iii. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
Willow, willow, willow.:EDMUNDBURKE
Macbeth. Act iii. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
Twelfth Night. Act ii. Sc. 5.:FRANCISBACON
Against Colotes.:EPICTETUSAD
Battle of the Books.:WILLIAMCONGREVE
Conversation. Line 283.:ERASMUSDARWIN
De Rerum Natura. iv. 637.:HORACEBC
Canterbury Tales. The Knightes Tale. Line 3044.:THOMASKEMPIS
As You Like It. Act ii. Sc. 4.:FRANCISBACON
King Henry VI. Part I. Act i. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
Reflections on the Revolution in France. Vol. iii. p. 365.:CHARLESCHURCHILL
The Odyssey of Homer. Book ix. Line 20.:JOHNGAY
Fables. Part i. The Painter who pleased Nobody and Everybody.:LADYMARYWORTLEYMONTAGU
The Task. Book ii. The Timepiece. Line 151.:ERASMUSDARWIN
Paradise Lost. Book iv. Line 506.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Life of Johnson_ (Boswell). _Vol. vi. Chap. iv. 1776.:LORDLYTTLETON
Genesis iii. 20.:NEWTESTAMENT
Of Inconsistency. Chap. xxi.:TACITUSAD
King Henry IV. Part II. Act iv. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
The Task. Book vi. Winter Walk at Noon. Line 1.:ERASMUSDARWIN
The Mariner's Wife.:JOHNLANGHORNE
Second Week, Fourth Day, Book iv.:MIGUELDECERVANTES
The Gentleman's Magazine. Vol. li. Page 324.:THOMASSOUTHERNE
The Spleen.:RICHARDSAVAGE
Speech, Jan. 28, 1852.:FRANCESANNEKEMBLE
Diogenes. vi.:ATHENUSAD
King John. Act iv. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
Johnsoniana. Kearsley. 600.:LORDLYTTLETON
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. Canto iii. Stanza 27.:WILLIAMKNOX
Speech, June 16, 1858.:CHARLESDARWIN
Essays. First Series. Self-Reliance.:RICHARDHENGESTHORNE
Dying Speech of an old Philosopher.:THOMASCAMPBELL
The Dream of Home.:LORDDENMAN
Second Week, Third Day, Part i.:MIGUELDECERVANTES
Phormio. Act ii. Sc. 4, 14._ (_454._):CICEROBC
Twelfth Night. Act i. Sc. 5.:FRANCISBACON
Works. Book iii. Chap. xxxiv.:MICHAELDEMONTAIGNE
On Import Duties, April 25, 1843.:ROBERTMONTGOMERY
King Henry VI. Part II. Act i. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
Speech, Feb. 22, 1848.:ROBERTMONTGOMERY
Maxim 226.:JDELAFONTAINE
Hudibras. Part i. Canto iii. Line 379.:SIRWILLIAMDAVENANT
Don Juan. Canto ii. Stanza 14.:WILLIAMKNOX
The Castle of Indolence. Canto ii. Stanza 55.:JOHNDYER
King Henry IV. Part I. Act ii. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
The Old Arm-Chair.:NATHANIELPWILLIS
Speech, Nov. 25, 1864.:ROBERTMONTGOMERY
Cooper's Hill. Line 165.:RICHARDCRASHAW
Rubáiyát. Stanza lxxi.:ALPHONSOTHEWISE
Table Talk. Line 173.:ERASMUSDARWIN
Of Gardens.:THOMASMIDDLETON
Maxim 76.:JDELAFONTAINE
The Odyssey of Homer. Book iv. Line 917.:JOHNGAY
Judges v. 27.:NEWTESTAMENT
Life of Jackson_ (Parton). _Vol. iii. p. 493.:JOHNQUINCYADAMS
Mostellaria. Act i. Sc. 3, 40._ (_197._):TERENCEBC
Life of Agesilaus II.:EPICTETUSAD
Paradise Lost. Book iv. Line 739.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Don Sebastian. Act i. Sc. 1.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
Matthew xxiii. 37.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
King Richard II. Act iv. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
Ecclesiastes vii. 6.:NEWTESTAMENT
The Banquet of the Seven Wise Men. 11.:EPICTETUSAD
Pleasures of Hope. Part ii. Line 5.:HENRYCLAY
The Iliad of Homer. Book xviii. Line 103.:JOHNGAY
Ballad upon a Wedding.:MARQUISOFMONTROSE
Inscription placed by his orders on the Gates of the Cemeteries in:JMUSTERI
Come o'er the Sea.:LORDDENMAN
On a Happy Life. 2._ (_L' Estrange's Abstract, Chap. i._):PHDRUSAD
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. Canto iv. Stanza 53.:WILLIAMKNOX
Timon of Athens. Act i. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
Hebrews xii. 1.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Night Thoughts. Night vi. Line 606.:BISHOPBERKELEY
Ichabod!:SALMONPCHASE
Book x. 47, 13.:PLUTARCHAD
Epigram x. 23, 7.:PLUTARCHAD
Institutiones Oratoriæ, i. 8, 14.:JUVENALAD
Stanzas to Augusta.:WILLIAMKNOX
The Blue Stocking.:LORDDENMAN
Proverbs xxxi. 26.:NEWTESTAMENT
Apophthegms of Kings and Great Commanders. Agis.:EPICTETUSAD
Letter to William Strahan, 1745.:NATHANIELCOTTON
Essay on Criticism. Part ii. Line 325.:JOHNGAY
Old Ironsides.:ROBERTCWINTHROP
Anatomy of Melancholy. Part i. Sect. 2, Memb. 2, Subsect. 6.:SIRTHOMASOVERBURY
Anatomy of Melancholy. Part iii. Sect. 4, Memb. 2, Subsect. 1.:SIRTHOMASOVERBURY
Natural History. Book xxxv. Sect. 84.:QUINTILIANAD
The Ancient Mariner. Part iii.:JOSIAHQUINCY
Meditations. iv. 50.:TERTULLIANAD
Luke viii. 17.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Life of Johnson_ (Boswell). _Vol. ii. Chap. v. 1763.:LORDLYTTLETON
Endymion. Chap. lii.:ROBERTMONTGOMERY
The Rape of the Lock. Canto ii. Line 27.:JOHNGAY
The Odyssey of Homer. Book xxii. Line 41.:JOHNGAY
Lines addressed to the Young Gentlemen leaving the Lenox Academy, Mass.:BARTHOLOMEWDOWLING
The Raven.:WENDELLPHILLIPS
Canterbury Tales. The Reves Prologue. Line 3880.:THOMASKEMPIS
On first looking into Chapman's Homer.:THOMASNOONTALFOURD
Comus. Line 43.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
King Richard III. Act iv. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
Alas! what boots the long laborious Quest?:SIRWALTERSCOTT
Proverbs xvi. 31.:NEWTESTAMENT
2 Peter ii. 22.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
This Lime-tree Bower my Prison.:JOSIAHQUINCY
The Deserted Village. Line 263.:THOMASWARTON
Speech at Bristol on Declining the Poll. Vol. ii. p. 420.:CHARLESCHURCHILL
Life of Napoleon._ (February, 1807.):JAMESMONTGOMERY
The Task. Book i. The Sofa. Line 673.:ERASMUSDARWIN
Don Quixote. Part ii. Chap. liv.:BARTHOLOMEWSCHIDONI
Lycidas. Line 168.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Meet me by Moonlight.:SIRHENRYTAYLOR
The Seasons. Spring. Line 1.:JOHNDYER
Apothegms. No. 17.:THOMASMIDDLETON
Sonnet xxi. To Cyriac Skinner.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Paradise Lost. Book iv. Line 713.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
The Fox and the Grapes. Fable 11.:JEANBAPTISTEMOLIRE
Don Juan. Canto i. Stanza 61.:WILLIAMKNOX
Andria. Act i. Sc. 1, 99._ (_126._):CICEROBC
Natural History. Book xviii. Sect. 26.:QUINTILIANAD
On a Cast of Sheridan's Hand.:LORDDENMAN
Electra, 1007.:EURIPIDESBC
Ecclesiastes ix. 20.:NEWTESTAMENT
King Lear. Act i. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
Who 'll turn Grindstones.:JOHNCCALHOUN
Maxim 377.:JDELAFONTAINE
The Task. Book iv. The Winter Evening. Line 55.:ERASMUSDARWIN
Fasti. iv. 311.:OFUNKNOWNAUTHORSHIP
Maxim 1072.:SENECABCAD
The Family of Love. Act v. Sc. 3.:SIRHENRYWOTTON
Ecclesiastes xii. 7.:NEWTESTAMENT
King Henry IV. Part I. Act iii. Sc. 3.:FRANCISBACON
Eulogy on Adams and Jefferson, Aug. 2, 1826. Vol. i. p. 136.:JANETAYLOR
Euphues, 1579_ (Arber's reprint), _page 46.:SIRPHILIPSIDNEY
Discourses. Chap. ii.:TACITUSAD
The last Fruit of an old Tree. Epigram cvi.:THOMASCAMPBELL
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. Canto ii. Stanza 73.:WILLIAMKNOX
The Conquest of Granada. Epilogue.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
L'Allegro. Line 135.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
The Day is done.:JOHNGWHITTIER
Don Juan. Canto iv. Stanza 101.:WILLIAMKNOX
The Theogony. Line 82.:THEOGNISBC
A Fable for Critics.:CHARLESKINGSLEY
Heautontimoroumenos. Act iv. Sc. 6, 1._ (_805._):CICEROBC
Rory O'More.:THOMASHOOD
Maxim 228.:SENECABCAD
Letter to Boswell. Dec. 8, 1763.:LORDLYTTLETON
Don Juan. Canto xv. Stanza 13.:WILLIAMKNOX
The Common Lot.:SAMUELTAYLORCOLERIDGE
Letter to Sir Horace Mann, 1774.:WILLIAMCOLLINS
Light shining out of Darkness.:ERASMUSDARWIN
The Giaour. Line 90.:WILLIAMKNOX
My Mother.:REGINALDHEBER
Meditations. ix. 14.:TERTULLIANAD
Antiope. Frag. 204.:MIMNERMUSTRAGEDIAN
Night Thoughts. Night iv. Line 843.:BISHOPBERKELEY
Troilus and Cressida. Act iii. Sc. 3.:FRANCISBACON
The Secular Masque. Line 40.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
Anything for a Quiet Life. Act iii. Sc. 3.:SIRHENRYWOTTON
Heautontimoroumenos. Act i. Sc. 1, 25._ (_77._):CICEROBC
Conjugal Precepts.:EPICTETUSAD
Meditations. v. 6.:TERTULLIANAD
Romans xii. 18.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Life of Johnson_ (Boswell). _Vol. iii. Chap. v. 1770.:LORDLYTTLETON
The Child's First Grief.:EDWARDEVERETT
Exhortation to Prayer.:ERASMUSDARWIN
Life of Johnson_ (Boswell). _Vol. vii. Chap. vi. 1778.:LORDLYTTLETON
The Odyssey of Homer. Book viii. Line 631.:JOHNGAY
In Memoriam. Conclusion. Stanza 10.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
Prologue of the Legend of Good Women. Line 41.:THOMASKEMPIS
Romeo and Juliet. Act ii. Sc. 4.:FRANCISBACON
Life of Cicero.:EPICTETUSAD
The Last Day. Book i.:BISHOPBERKELEY
My Love. iv.:CHARLESKINGSLEY
Works and Days. Line 346.:THEOGNISBC
Paradise Lost. Book ix. Line 1106.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Paradise Lost. Book iv. Line 162.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Sonnet. Polyhymnia.:SIRWALTERRALEIGH
As You Like It. Act i. Sc. 3.:FRANCISBACON
Scyrii. Frag. 507.:EURIPIDESBC
Troilus and Cressida. Act i. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
Thoughts. Chap. viii. 29.:NICHOLASBOILEAUDESPREAUX
Vulgar Errors.:EDMUNDWALLER
Hudibras. Part i. Canto i. Line 359.:SIRWILLIAMDAVENANT
Night thoughts. Night i. Line 1.:BISHOPBERKELEY
Essay on Man. Epistle ii. Line 13.:JOHNGAY
Love of Fame. Satire ii. Line 207.:BISHOPBERKELEY
Comus. Line 776.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Letters. Book viii. Letter ix. 3.:MARCUSAURELIUSANTONINUSAD
Upon a passage in the Scaligerana.:JOHNPOMFRET
Daniel vi. 12.:NEWTESTAMENT
Don Quixote. Part i. Book iv. Chap. xi.:BARTHOLOMEWSCHIDONI
Job xii. 8.:NEWTESTAMENT
Letter to Wordsworth, 1806.:JAMESSMITH
Imitation of Horace. Book iii. Ode 29, Line 87.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
Paradise Lost. Book vi. Line 345.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
The Reaper and the Flowers.:JOHNGWHITTIER
Isaiah iv. 1.:NEWTESTAMENT
Isaiah xxviii. 15.:NEWTESTAMENT
The Old Bachelor. Act ii. Sc. 2.:SAMUELGARTH
Speech on the Conciliation of America. Vol. ii. p. 149.:CHARLESCHURCHILL
Sybil. Book i. Chap. v.:ROBERTMONTGOMERY
Force of Prayer.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
Book i. Fable 2, 31.:PLINYTHEELDERAD
Paradise Lost. Book ix. Line 26.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Alliteration, or the Siege of Belgrade: a Rondeau.:TRANSLATIONS
The Fireside. Stanza 31.:HENRYFIELDING
The Bay of Biscay.:GEORGECOLMANTHEYOUNGER
Pickwick Papers. Chap. i.:CHRISTOPHERPCRANCH
The Charge of the Light Brigade. Stanza 1.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
A Cradle Hymn.:SIRROBERTWALPOLE
The Height of the Ridiculous.:ROBERTCWINTHROP
Wit at Several Weapons. Act ii. Sc. 3.:GEORGEWITHER
Night Thoughts. Night iii. Line 104.:BISHOPBERKELEY
Revelation vii. 9.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Maxim 496.:JDELAFONTAINE
Romans xii. 16.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Samson Agonistes. Line 293.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Maxim 49.:JDELAFONTAINE
Meditations. v. 27.:TERTULLIANAD
Imitation of Horace. Book iii. Ode 29, Line 71.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
The Day-Dream. The Departure, i.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. Canto iv. Stanza 42.:WILLIAMKNOX
Epistle to Robert, Earl of Oxford.:JOHNGAY
School for Scandal. Act i. Sc. 1.:PHILIPFRENEAU
The Eve of St. Agnes. Stanza 18.:THOMASNOONTALFOURD
Proverbs xiv. 23.:NEWTESTAMENT
The Iliad of Homer. Book xii. Line 393.:JOHNGAY
The Herons of Elmwood.:JOHNGWHITTIER
The Traveller. Line 91.:THOMASWARTON
Ode to Rae Wilson.:GEORGELINLEY
Essay on Man. Epistle iv. Line 247.:JOHNGAY
The New Timon._ (_1846._) _Part ii.:BENJAMINDISRAELIEARLBEACONSFIELD
Paradise Lost. Book iv. Line 750.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Every Place a Temple.:BRYANWPROCTER
Phrixus. Frag. 970.:MIMNERMUSTRAGEDIAN
Imitation of Horace. Book iii. Ode 29, Line 65.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. Canto iv. Stanza 54.:WILLIAMKNOX
My Heart and Lute.:LORDDENMAN
Job vii. 10_; cf. _xvi. 22.:NEWTESTAMENT
Gondibert. Book ii. Canto v. Stanza 37.:SIRTHOMASBROWNE
Message, March 1, 1886.:FRANCISBRETHARTE
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Andria. Act iii. Sc. 3, 23._ (_555._):CICEROBC
Cupid and Death.:SAMUELBUTLER
Job xxxviii. 7.:NEWTESTAMENT
The Two Travellers. Chap. ii. Fable vi.:HESIODBC
Don Juan. Canto iv. Stanza 29.:WILLIAMKNOX
The Court of Love. Line 178.:THOMASKEMPIS
Luke xxiii. 31.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Hudibras. Part i. Canto i. Line 125.:SIRWILLIAMDAVENANT
Spectator. No. 444.:NICHOLASROWE
Tour to the Hebrides. Sept. 30, 1773.:LORDLYTTLETON
The Character of Holland.:JOSEPHHENSHAW
Canterbury Tales. The Clerkes Tale. Part v. Line 8797.:THOMASKEMPIS
Julius Cæsar. Act v. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
Absalom and Achitophel. Part i. Line 534.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
Sonnet. Silence.:GEORGELINLEY
Proverbs iv. 18.:NEWTESTAMENT
From the Persian.:JOHNLOGAN
Psalm cxxxvii. 2.:NEWTESTAMENT
Paradise Lost. Book v. Line 294.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
The Old Cumberland Beggar.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
Hebrews v. 14.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Hyperion. Book ii.:JOHNGWHITTIER
The Little French Lawyer. Act iv. Sc. 7.:GEORGEWITHER
Isaiah xiv. 12.:NEWTESTAMENT
Macbeth. Act v. Sc. 3.:FRANCISBACON
Meditations. iii. 11.:TERTULLIANAD
Comus. Line 213.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Windsor Forest. Line 61.:JOHNGAY
Sonnet lxx.:FRANCISBACON
Galatians ii. 9.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Paradise Lost. Book viii. Line 561.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Reflections on the Revolution in France. Vol. iii. p. 453.:CHARLESCHURCHILL
Luke xvii. 2.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
The Conduct of Life. Old Age.:RICHARDHENGESTHORNE
Mary of Argyle.:LADYDUFFERIN
Proverbs xxvi. 13.:NEWTESTAMENT
An Hymne in Honour of Beautie. Line 139.:RICHARDHOOKER
Marco Bozzaris.:CHARLESWOLFE
The Autocrat of the Breakfast-Table. i.:ROBERTCWINTHROP
Table Talk. Line 260.:ERASMUSDARWIN
The Phoenix. Act iii. Sc. 1.:SIRHENRYWOTTON
Il Penseroso. Line 159.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Discourses. Chap. xi.:TACITUSAD
Psalm xviii. 10.:NEWTESTAMENT
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Speech at Taunton, 1813.:JHOOKHAMFRERE
Don Juan. Canto iii. Stanza 3.:WILLIAMKNOX
Aphorism i.:DIONYSIUSTHEELDERBC
Plato. xli.:ATHENUSAD
King Richard III. Act i. Sc. 3.:FRANCISBACON
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. Canto iv. Stanza 185.:WILLIAMKNOX
Micah iv. 4.:NEWTESTAMENT
Book iii. Chap. xi. Of Cripples.:DUBARTAS
Don Juan. Canto i. Stanza 83.:WILLIAMKNOX
Maxims. Line 725.:SCHYLUSBC
Death. Line 178.:GEORGEWASHINGTON
Euphues, 1579_ (Arber's reprint), _page 107.:SIRPHILIPSIDNEY
France. An Ode. v.:JOSIAHQUINCY
Anatomy of Melancholy. Part iii. Sect. 4, Memb. 1, Subsect. 1.:SIRTHOMASOVERBURY
On a Distant Prospect of Eton College. Stanza 10.:DAVIDGARRICK
As You Like It. Act ii. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
Don Juan. Canto ii. Stanza 53.:WILLIAMKNOX
Proverbs xiv. 15.:NEWTESTAMENT
The Odyssey of Homer. Book xxiv. Line 271.:JOHNGAY
Macbeth. Act i. Sc. 5.:FRANCISBACON
The Odyssey of Homer. Book xi. Line 387.:JOHNGAY
Iphigenia in Tauris. 721.:MIMNERMUSTRAGEDIAN
Ecclesiastes xi. 9.:NEWTESTAMENT
Moral Essays. Epistle ii. Line 19.:JOHNGAY
The Cambridge Churchyard.:ROBERTCWINTHROP
In Memoriam. lv. Stanza 2.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
The Deserted Village. Line 253.:THOMASWARTON
Life of Themistocles.:EPICTETUSAD
The Song of the Camp.:DINAHMMULOCK
Hymn to Intellectual Beauty.:JHOWARDPAYNE
Cymon and Iphigenia. Line 367.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. Canto iii. Stanza 47.:WILLIAMKNOX
Lines on Burns.:SALMONPCHASE
Heroes and Hero-Worship. The Hero as a Prophet.:THOMASCHALIBURTON
The Task. Book vi. Winter Walk at Noon. Line 101.:ERASMUSDARWIN
Love for Love. Act ii. Sc. 5.:SAMUELGARTH
How the Semblances of Things are to be combated. Chap. xviii.:TACITUSAD
Canterbury Tales. Prologue. Line 529.:THOMASKEMPIS
Which are the most crafty, Water or Land Animals? 7.:EPICTETUSAD
The Task. Book ii. The Timepiece. Line 285.:ERASMUSDARWIN
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. Canto iii. Stanza 57.:WILLIAMKNOX
Those Evening Bells.:LORDDENMAN
1 Peter i. 13.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Richelieu. Act ii. Sc. 2.:BENJAMINDISRAELIEARLBEACONSFIELD
Goethe. Edinburgh Review, 1828.:THOMASCHALIBURTON
Lady Holland's Memoir. Vol. i. p. 258.:JHOOKHAMFRERE
The Reason of Church Government. Introduction, Book ii.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Epistle to Dr. Arbuthnot. Prologue to the Satires. Line 218.:JOHNGAY
Night Thoughts. Night iii. Line 81.:BISHOPBERKELEY
Psalm cxxvii. 5.:NEWTESTAMENT
Don Quixote. Part i. Book iii. Chap. i.:BARTHOLOMEWSCHIDONI
King Henry VIII. Act iii. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
Of Bashfulness.:EPICTETUSAD
2 Corinthians xi. 6.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Lady of the Lake. Canto vi. Stanza 18.:JAMESMONTGOMERY
The Knight of Malta. Act i. Sc. 1.:GEORGEWITHER
Ecclesiastes ix. 11.:NEWTESTAMENT
The Iliad of Homer. Book vi. Line 544.:JOHNGAY
The Fire-Worshippers.:LORDDENMAN
The Odyssey of Homer. Book xv. Line 83.:JOHNGAY
It is a beauteous Evening.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
Windsor Forest. Line 13.:JOHNGAY
King Henry IV. Part II. Act v. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
March.:JOSEPHRODMANDRAKE
Love's Labour's Lost. Act ii. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
Poet's Bridal-day Song.:SIRWFPNAPIER
Dion.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
Psalm xc. 9.:NEWTESTAMENT
Guy Mannering. Chap. xxxviii.:JAMESMONTGOMERY
Tyrannic Love. Act iv. Sc. 1.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
Frag. 430.:PUBLIUSSYRUSBC
Proverbs xxiii. 2.:NEWTESTAMENT
Ode for Music. Chorus. Line 3.:DAVIDGARRICK
A Persian Song of Hafiz.:JOHNLOGAN
Proverbs xxxi. 28.:NEWTESTAMENT
The Lost Leader. i.:CHARLESDICKENS
The New Timon._ (_1846._) _Part i.:BENJAMINDISRAELIEARLBEACONSFIELD
Faerie Queene. Book ii. Canto xii. St. 70.:RICHARDHOOKER
Epigram on Goldsmith's Retaliation. Vol. ii. p. 157.:WILLIAMBRHODES
Maxim 815.:SENECABCAD
Of those whom God is slow to punish.:EPICTETUSAD
King John. Act v. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
Maxim 467.:SENECABCAD
Maxim 656.:SENECABCAD
Tale of a Tub. Sect. xi.:WILLIAMCONGREVE
Il Penseroso. Line 45.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Pleasures of Hope. Part i. Line 40.:HENRYCLAY
Written on a Window of an Inn.:JOHNBROWN
Moral Essays. Epistle ii. Line 270.:JOHNGAY
Essay on Man. Epistle i. Line 83.:JOHNGAY
Of Immortality.:EDGARAPOE
Tumble-down Dick.:WILLIAMPITTEARLOFCHATHAM
Tale of the Secret Tribunal. Part i.:EDWARDEVERETT
Paradise Lost. Book ii. Line 921.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
The Traveller. Line 185.:THOMASWARTON
Centennial Ode. Stanza 22.:PERCYBYSSHESHELLEY
Jeremiah vi. 14; viii. 11.:NEWTESTAMENT
Causes of the Revolution of 1688. Chap. vii.:LADYNAIRNE
Proverbs xxii. 29.:NEWTESTAMENT
Orion. Book iii. Canto ii._ (1843.):WILLIAMLLOYDGARRISON
Job i. 21.:NEWTESTAMENT
Cumnor Hall.:JOHNLANGHORNE
Table Talk. Line 542.:ERASMUSDARWIN
The Odyssey of Homer. Book xiii. Line 38.:JOHNGAY
King Richard III. Act iii. Sc. 4.:FRANCISBACON
The Task. Book iv. The Winter Evening. Line 217.:ERASMUSDARWIN
Canterbury Tales. The Frankeleines Prologue. Line 10998.:THOMASKEMPIS
The Revolt of Islam. Canto v. Stanza 23.:JHOWARDPAYNE
Deuteronomy xix. 21.:NEWTESTAMENT
Isaiah xl. 15.:NEWTESTAMENT
Paradise Lost. Book i. Line 253.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Faerie Queene. Book iv. Canto x. St. 21.:RICHARDHOOKER
The Critic. Act iii. Sc. 1.:PHILIPFRENEAU
Meditations. viii. 52.:TERTULLIANAD
Don Juan. Canto iii. Stanza 86. 16.:WILLIAMKNOX
Macbeth. Act iii. Sc. 5.:FRANCISBACON
London. Line 166.:LORDLYTTLETON
Line added to Goldsmith's Deserted Village.:LORDLYTTLETON
Genesis i. 3.:NEWTESTAMENT
Judges xx. 8.:NEWTESTAMENT
Isaiah xxiii. 8.:NEWTESTAMENT
History of England. Vol. i. Chap. i.:JAWADE
Maxim 24.:SENECABCAD
The Phoenix. Act i. Sc. 1.:SIRHENRYWOTTON
Michael.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
The Meeting of Spring and Summer.:LADYDUFFERIN
Lycidas. Line 68.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Dejection. An Ode. Stanza 5.:JOSIAHQUINCY
To the Lady Fleming.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
Essay on Man. Epistle i. Line 13.:JOHNGAY
Anatomy of Melancholy. Part iii. Sect. 2, Memb. 1, Subsect. 2.:SIRTHOMASOVERBURY
Troilus and Creseide. Book iii. Line 1625.:THOMASKEMPIS
Dedication to Urn-Burial. Chap. v.:EDMUNDWALLER
Thou art gone.:COLONELBLACKER
Vindiciæ Gallicæ.:LADYNAIRNE
Johnsoniana. Piozzi, 154.:LORDLYTTLETON
Rasselas. Chap. xvi.:LORDLYTTLETON
Lycidas. Line 40.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
To a Mouse.:WILLIAMPITT
Illustrations of Sterne. Bibliomania. Line 121.:ANNRADCLIFFE
Paradise Lost. Book ii. Line 47.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
The Cathedral.:CHARLESKINGSLEY
1 Corinthians xiv. 40.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
After.:CHARLESDICKENS
Speech, May 27, 1836.:DANIELWEBSTER
Peter Bell. Part i. Stanza 3.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
Education and Government.:DAVIDGARRICK
The Princess. Part iv. Line 21.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
Thales. xiv.:ATHENUSAD
Reflections on the Revolution in France. Vol. iii. p. 274.:CHARLESCHURCHILL
A Blot in the 'Scutcheon. Act i. Sc. iii.:CHARLESDICKENS
The Deserted Village. Line 199.:THOMASWARTON
Maxim 673.:SENECABCAD
To a Lady singing a Song of his Composing.:THOMASFULLER
Essay on Criticism. Part ii. Line 220.:JOHNGAY
Meditations. ix. 1.:TERTULLIANAD
Rules for the Preservation of Health. 7.:EPICTETUSAD
The Sands of Dee.:ULYSSESSGRANT
Genesis xlix. 4.:NEWTESTAMENT
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. Canto ii. Stanza 28.:WILLIAMKNOX
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. Canto ii. Stanza 76.:WILLIAMKNOX
Alexander's Feast. Line 97.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
Deuteronomy xiii. 6.:NEWTESTAMENT
Hudibras. Part i. Canto i. Line 67.:SIRWILLIAMDAVENANT
Epistle to Dr. Arbuthnot. Prologue to the Satires. Line 197.:JOHNGAY
Job xxxviii. 2.:NEWTESTAMENT
The Invitation.:THOMASJEFFERSON
Alexander the Great. Act i. Sc. 3.:JOHNNORRIS
Winter. An Ode.:LORDLYTTLETON
Chrononhotonthologos. Act ii. Sc. 4.:DANIELDEFOE
Don Quixote. Part ii. Chap. xx.:BARTHOLOMEWSCHIDONI
Works and Days. Line 101.:THEOGNISBC
New Morality.:WILLIAMROBERTSPENCER
Speech, July 28, 1871.:ROBERTMONTGOMERY
Isaiah xi. 6.:NEWTESTAMENT
Night Thoughts. Night ix. Line 771.:BISHOPBERKELEY
Thought of a Briton on the Subjugation of Switzerland.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
2 Esdras xiv. 25.:NEWTESTAMENT
Moral Essays. Epistle iii. Line 153.:JOHNGAY
Job v. 13.:NEWTESTAMENT
The Giaour. Line 957.:WILLIAMKNOX
Paradise Lost. Book ii. Line 592.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
To Mr. Lawrence.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Life of Monica.:JOHNMILTON
Sonnet iii.:FRANCISBACON
Anatomy of Melancholy. Part i. Sect. 1, Memb. 2, Subsect. 5.:SIRTHOMASOVERBURY
Sweet William's Farewell to Black-eyed Susan.:LADYMARYWORTLEYMONTAGU
Maxim 780.:SENECABCAD
Canterbury Tales. Prologue. Line 72.:THOMASKEMPIS
Speech, May 7, 1834. P. 110.:JANETAYLOR
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. Canto iii. Stanza 2.:WILLIAMKNOX
Varnhagen Von Ense's Memoirs. London and Westminster Review, 1838.:THOMASCHALIBURTON
Paradise Lost. Book ii. Line 1051.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Table Talk.:JOSIAHQUINCY
The Deserted Village. Line 384.:THOMASWARTON
Hamlet. Act v. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
Crowned and buried. xxvii.:ABRAHAMLINCOLN
Advancement of Learning. Book i._ (_1605._):THOMASMIDDLETON
Rasselas. Chap. xiii.:LORDLYTTLETON
Resolution and Independence. Stanza 14.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
Lines written for a School Declamation.:SYDNEYSMITH
Patient Grissell. Act i. Sc. 1.:BISHOPHALL
The Grandmother. Stanza 8.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
The Parish Register. Part i. Introduction.:GEORGEBARRINGTON
Divine Songs. Song xii.:SIRROBERTWALPOLE
The Deserted Village. Line 1.:THOMASWARTON
Matthew xv. 14.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
The Corsair. Canto i. Stanza 1.:WILLIAMKNOX
Paradise Lost. Book viii. Line 263.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Acts xxii. 3.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Of Education.:EDGARAPOE
Colyn Cloute. Line 1531.:JOHNHEYWOOD
Troilus and Cressida. Act i. Sc. 3.:FRANCISBACON
Love laughs at Locksmiths. Act ii. Song.:JAMESHURDIS
Satires, Epistles, and Odes of Horace. Epistle i. Book ii. Line 413.:JOHNGAY
Psalm cxxxix. 14.:NEWTESTAMENT
Love of Fame. Satire i. Line 147.:BISHOPBERKELEY
Iconoclastes. xxiii.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Lady of the Lake. Canto v. Stanza 30.:JAMESMONTGOMERY
She wore a Wreath.:THOMASDRUMMOND
To a Skylark.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
King Henry VI. Part II. Act iv. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
Sordello. Book vi.:CHARLESDICKENS
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. Canto iii. Stanza 86.:WILLIAMKNOX
The Heart of Midlothian. Chap. viii.:JAMESMONTGOMERY
Sunrise on the Hills.:JOHNGWHITTIER
Ephesians iv. 14.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Amphitryon. Act i. Sc. 1.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
Psalm xc. 17.:NEWTESTAMENT
Poem spoken by Mr. Eusden at a Cambridge Commencement.:TRANSLATIONS
Introduction to Polite Conversation.:WILLIAMCONGREVE
Hudibras. Part i. Canto i. Line 199.:SIRWILLIAMDAVENANT
Cato. Act i. Sc. 4.:NICHOLASROWE
Maxim 1060.:SENECABCAD
Book i. Chap. xviii. That Men are not to judge of our Happiness till:DUBARTAS
Epistle to Dr. Arbuthnot. Prologue to the Satires. Line 61.:JOHNGAY
The Roaring Girl. Act i. Sc. 1.:SIRHENRYWOTTON
King Henry V. Act ii. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
Here 's a Health to Them that 's Awa'.:WILLIAMPITT
Night Thoughts. Night ix. Line 644.:BISHOPBERKELEY
Illustrations of Sterne. Bibliomania. Line 6.:ANNRADCLIFFE
The Odyssey of Homer. Book xi. Line 441.:JOHNGAY
To the Memory of an Unfortunate Lady. Line 9.:JOHNGAY
Æolus. Frag. 32.:MIMNERMUSTRAGEDIAN
Isaiah ii. 20.:NEWTESTAMENT
Among my Books. First Series. Dryden.:CHARLESKINGSLEY
Judges v. 7.:NEWTESTAMENT
Meditations. vii. 27.:TERTULLIANAD
Endymion. Chap. lxxxi.:ROBERTMONTGOMERY
The Bard. II. 2, Line 9.:DAVIDGARRICK
Anatomy of Melancholy. Part i. Sect. 2, Memb. 4, Subsect. 7.:SIRTHOMASOVERBURY
On a Lady passing through a Crowd of People.:THOMASFULLER
The Iliad of Homer. Book vi. Line 181.:JOHNGAY
The Traveller. Line 386.:THOMASWARTON
John viii. 44.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Woodstock. Chap. xxxvii.:JAMESMONTGOMERY
Euphues, 1579_ (Arber's reprint), _page 84.:SIRPHILIPSIDNEY
Confessions. ix.:CHARLESDICKENS
Proverbes. Part i. Chap. ii.:THOMASTUSSER
The Odyssey of Homer. Book vii. Line 210.:JOHNGAY
Maxim 1042.:SENECABCAD
Satires, Epistles, and Odes of Horace. Epistle i. Book i. Line 94.:JOHNGAY
English Traits. Manners.:RICHARDHENGESTHORNE
Ephesians iv. 26.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Psalm l. 10.:NEWTESTAMENT
Judges v. 20.:NEWTESTAMENT
1 Timothy vi. 12.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Argument on the Murder of Captain White, April 6, 1830. Vol. vi. p. 54.:JANETAYLOR
Letter to Elias Shipman and others of New Haven, July 12, 1801.:JOSIAHQUINCYJR
Paradise Lost. Book iv. Line 34.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Deuteronomy viii. 3.:NEWTESTAMENT
Epistle to Dr. Arbuthnot. Prologue to the Satires. Line 15.:JOHNGAY
Paradise Lost. Book xii. Line 645.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Genesis xxvii. 22.:NEWTESTAMENT
John xv. 13.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
The Knight's Tomb.:JOSIAHQUINCY
Paradise Lost. Book vii. Line 30.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
The Liberty Song_ (1768).:WJMICKLE
Essay on Man. Epistle ii. Line 231.:JOHNGAY
Samson Agonistes. Line 1721.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Essay on Man. Epistle i. Line 200.:JOHNGAY
The Odyssey of Homer. Book xi. Line 591.:JOHNGAY
Epistle to a Friend.:LOUISTHEOBALD
Meleager. Frag. 523.:MIMNERMUSTRAGEDIAN
Emblems. Book ii. Emblem 10, Ep. 10.:GEORGEHERBERT
Life of Johnson_ (Boswell). _Vol. v. Chap. viii. 1775.:LORDLYTTLETON
The Beggar's Opera. Act ii. Sc. 1.:LADYMARYWORTLEYMONTAGU
Oft in the Stilly Night.:LORDDENMAN
For an Autograph.:CHARLESKINGSLEY
The Fortune-Tellers. Fable 15.:JEANBAPTISTEMOLIRE
King Richard II. Act iii. Sc. 3.:FRANCISBACON
King Henry VIII. Act ii. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
Ecclesiastical Sonnets. Part ii. xvii. To Wickliffe.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
The Iliad of Homer. Book vi. Line 18.:JOHNGAY
Timon of Athens. Act iv. Sc. 3.:FRANCISBACON
Antony and Cleopatra. Act ii. Sc. 3.:FRANCISBACON
Works. Book iv. Chap. xlix.:MICHAELDEMONTAIGNE
Sorrows Succeed.:FRANCISQUARLES
Sonnet cv.:FRANCISBACON
Second Speech on Foot's Resolution, Jan. 26, 1830. P. 316.:JANETAYLOR
The Brookside.:OLIVERWENDELLHOLMES
Marmion. Canto vi. Stanza 32.:JAMESMONTGOMERY
Letter to Washington, March 5, 1780.:NATHANIELCOTTON
Second Week, Third Day, Part ii.:MIGUELDECERVANTES
Absalom and Achitophel. Part i. Line 238.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
Hudibras. Part ii. Canto ii. Line 317.:SIRWILLIAMDAVENANT
Letters. Book iii. Letter v. 10.:MARCUSAURELIUSANTONINUSAD
Elegy on the Lady Jane Pawlet.:JOHNWEBSTER
Paradise Lost. Book iv. Line 987.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
The Maiden Queen. Act ii. Sc. 1.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
Quentin Durward. Chap. iv.:JAMESMONTGOMERY
Rest for the Soul.:SAMUELTAYLORCOLERIDGE
The Wife of Bath. Her Prologue. Line 298.:JOHNGAY
The Odyssey of Homer. Book iii. Line 516.:JOHNGAY
Pittacus. iii.:ATHENUSAD
Phoenix. Frag. 809.:MIMNERMUSTRAGEDIAN
Othello. Act iv. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
Works. Vol. iii. In Johannis Evangelum, c. tr. 5, Sect. 15.:ALIBENABITALEB
As You Like it. Act iv. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
The Night Piece to Julia.:FRANCISQUARLES
The Lotus-Eaters. iv.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
The Stout Gentleman.:LEIGHHUNT
The Excursion. Book iii.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
The Green Willow.:THOMASTUSSER
The Iliad of Homer. Book xiii. Line 795.:JOHNGAY
Isaiah i. 3.:NEWTESTAMENT
Pippa Passes. Part ii.:CHARLESDICKENS
Divine Love.:JOHNARMSTRONGTheArtofPreservingHealthBookivLine
Night thoughts. Night ii. Line 24.:BISHOPBERKELEY
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. Canto iv. Stanza 40.:WILLIAMKNOX
Maxim 275.:SENECABCAD
Luria. Act v.:CHARLESDICKENS
The Critic. Act i. Sc. 1.:PHILIPFRENEAU
As You Like It. Act ii. Sc. 7.:FRANCISBACON
Maxim 79.:JDELAFONTAINE
Absalom and Achitophel. Part i. Line 174.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
Paradise Lost. Book viii. Line 618.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Works and Days. Line 412.:THEOGNISBC
Tubal Cain.:ELLENSTURGISHOOPER
All for Love. Act iv. Sc. 1.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
On the Detraction which followed upon my writing certain Treatises.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
At Home in Heaven.:SAMUELTAYLORCOLERIDGE
Aristotle. xi.:ATHENUSAD
Hudibras. Part i. Canto i. Line 149.:SIRWILLIAMDAVENANT
Essay on Dramatic Poetry.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
She was a Phantom of Delight.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
The Corsair. Canto i. Stanza 15.:WILLIAMKNOX
Holy and Profane State. The Virtuous Lady.:JOHNMILTON
Proverbs i. 10.:NEWTESTAMENT
Ode. Intimations of Immortality. Stanza 11.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
Letter to Sir Horace Mann, 1742.:WILLIAMCOLLINS
Don Quixote. Part i. Book i. Chap. vi.:BARTHOLOMEWSCHIDONI
Faerie Queene. Book i. Canto iii. St. 4.:RICHARDHOOKER
Essay on Criticism. Part iii. Line 180.:JOHNGAY
Essay on Criticism. Part ii. Line 166.:JOHNGAY
Thoughts suggested on the Banks of the Nith.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
Epistle to John Dryden of Chesterton. Line 92.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
Frag. 227.:PUBLIUSSYRUSBC
Yes, it was the Mountain Echo.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
Historiæ. iv. 6.:PLINYTHEYOUNGERAD
Paradise Regained. Book iv. Line 76.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Timon of Athens. Act iii. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
Lay of the Last Minstrel. Canto vi. Stanza 2.:JAMESMONTGOMERY
The Iliad of Homer. Book xxiii. Line 122.:JOHNGAY
Tales. Tale xxi. The Learned Boy.:GEORGEBARRINGTON
The Castle of Indolence. Canto i. Stanza 26.:JOHNDYER
Essay on Man. Epistle i. Line 139.:JOHNGAY
On the King.:SHEFFIELDDUKEOFBUCKINGHAMSHIRE
Landing of the Pilgrim Fathers.:EDWARDEVERETT
Twelfth Night. Act i. Sc. 3.:FRANCISBACON
Brewster's Memoirs of Newton. Vol. ii. Chap. xxvii.:EARLOFROCHESTER
The Banquet of the Seven Wise Men. 14.:EPICTETUSAD
1 Peter v. 8.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Luria. Act ii.:CHARLESDICKENS
Fables. The Elephant and the Bookseller.:LADYMARYWORTLEYMONTAGU
Essay on Man. Epistle i. Line 1.:JOHNGAY
Meditations. iv. 43.:TERTULLIANAD
The Conquest of Granada. Part i. Act i. Sc. 1.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
The Sluggard.:SIRROBERTWALPOLE
The Merry Wives of Windsor. Act i. Sc. 4.:FRANCISBACON
To the Rainbow.:HENRYCLAY
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. Canto iii. Stanza 85.:WILLIAMKNOX
Book iii. Chap. viii. Of the Art of Conversation.:DUBARTAS
Ode on the Death of the Duke of Wellington. Stanza 4.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
The Solitary Reaper.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
Canterbury Tales. Prologue. Line 287.:THOMASKEMPIS
First Inaugural Address. March 4, 1801.:JOSIAHQUINCYJR
Solomon on the Vanity of the World. Book ii. Line 364.:JOHNPOMFRET
Proverbs xvii. 8.:NEWTESTAMENT
Queen Mab. i.:JHOWARDPAYNE
The Mistletoe Bough.:THOMASDRUMMOND
The Fudges in England. Letter iii.:LORDDENMAN
Paradise Lost. Book viii. Line 173.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Of Isis and Osiris.:EPICTETUSAD
Marmion. Introduction to Canto iii.:JAMESMONTGOMERY
Rock me to sleep.:BISHOPHENRYCPOTTER
Cymon and Iphigenia. Line 41.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
The Jew of Malta. Act i.:WILLIAMSHAKESPEARE
Lady Holland's Memoir. Vol. i. p. 53.:JHOOKHAMFRERE
The Old Bachelor. Act v. Sc. 1.:SAMUELGARTH
The Hermit. Chap. x.:THOMASWARTON
Essay on Man. Epistle iv. Line 79.:JOHNGAY
The Honest Whore. Part i. Act iv. Sc. 4.:BISHOPHALL
Maxim 777.:SENECABCAD
Much Ado about Nothing. Act iii. Sc. 3.:FRANCISBACON
Meditations. v. 1.:TERTULLIANAD
The Task. Book iii. The Garden. Line 188.:ERASMUSDARWIN
The What d' ye call it. Act ii. Sc. 8.:LADYMARYWORTLEYMONTAGU
A Glance behind the Curtain.:CHARLESKINGSLEY
The Merry Wives of Windsor. Act iii. Sc. 3.:FRANCISBACON
The Dream. Stanza 3.:WILLIAMKNOX
Rubáiyát. Stanza lxvii.:ALPHONSOTHEWISE
A Chapter on Ears.:JAMESSMITH
Hymn. Line 118.:JOHNDYER
A Midsummer Night's Dream. Act ii. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
Essay on Criticism. Part iii. Line 66.:JOHNGAY
Elegy on Mrs. Killegrew. Line 70.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
The Task. Book v. The Winter Morning Walk. Line 316.:ERASMUSDARWIN
Satires, Epistles, and Odes of Horace. Epistle i. Book ii. Line 35.:JOHNGAY
Macbeth. Act ii. Sc. 3.:FRANCISBACON
Psalm xxxvii. 37.:NEWTESTAMENT
Essay on Man. Epistle i. Line 95.:JOHNGAY
All Fools. Act i. Sc. 1.:WILLIAMWARNER
Anatomy of Melancholy. Part iii. Sect. 2, Memb. 2, Subsect. 3.:SIRTHOMASOVERBURY
Lines by a Clerk.:ROBERTCWINTHROP
Isaiah xxx. 7.:NEWTESTAMENT
Meditations. vii. 6.:TERTULLIANAD
Paradise Lost. Book iv. Line 256.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
The Deserted Village. Line 121.:THOMASWARTON
On the Death of Mr. Addison. Line 45.:SAMUELMADDEN
The Progress of Poesy. I. 3, Line 16.:DAVIDGARRICK
The Tables Turned.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
Eunuchus. Act iv. Sc. 6, 31._ (_769._):CICEROBC
Anything for a Quiet Life. Act v. Sc. 3.:SIRHENRYWOTTON
A Midsummer Night's Dream. Act iv. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
Fables. Part i. The Farmer's Wife and the Raven.:LADYMARYWORTLEYMONTAGU
Hosea viii. 10.:NEWTESTAMENT
The Merry Wives of Windsor. Act ii. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
Blurt, Master-Constable. Act iii. Sc. 3.:SIRHENRYWOTTON
Paradise Lost. Book iv. Line 208.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
The Task. Book iii. The Garden. Line 566.:ERASMUSDARWIN
Sir Anthony Love. Act ii. Sc. 1.:MATHEWHENRY
The Cotter's Saturday Night.:WILLIAMPITT
Autobiographical Recollections._ (Leslie.):JAMESSMITH
Clear the Way.:ELLENSTURGISHOOPER
The History of England. Book i.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Deuteronomy xxix. 29.:NEWTESTAMENT
The Rape of the Lock. Canto iii. Line 21.:JOHNGAY
Essay on Man. Epistle i. Line 87.:JOHNGAY
Speech, April, 1824. Vol. iii. p. 141.:JANETAYLOR
Romeo and Juliet. Act ii. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
Commentaries. Acts ix.:RICHARDBENTLEY
Paradise Lost. Book ii. Line 90.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Hudibras. Part iii. Canto i. Line 1277.:SIRWILLIAMDAVENANT
Maxim 407.:SENECABCAD
Jeremiah xxii. 19.:NEWTESTAMENT
Il Penseroso. Line 61.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Meditations. ix. 29.:TERTULLIANAD
Addressed to Haydon. Sonnet x.:THOMASNOONTALFOURD
Anatomy of Melancholy. Part i. Sect. 2, Memb. 1, Subsect. 3.:SIRTHOMASOVERBURY
The Little Gypsy_ (_La Gitanilla_).:BARTHOLOMEWSCHIDONI
Canterbury Tales. The Wif of Bathes Tale. Line 6695.:THOMASKEMPIS
The Yearly Distress.:ERASMUSDARWIN
Essay on Criticism. Part ii. Line 126.:JOHNGAY
A King and No King. Act iv. Sc. 3.:GEORGEWITHER
Gulliver's Travels. Part ii. Chap. vii. Voyage to Brobdingnag.:WILLIAMCONGREVE
Manfred. Act i. Sc. 1.:WILLIAMKNOX
Growing Old.:RUTHERFORDBHAYES
Ode to Simplicity.:JAMESMERRICK
Cupid's Curse.:SIRWALTERRALEIGH
Life of Æmilius Paulus.:EPICTETUSAD
Psalm lv. 14.:NEWTESTAMENT
Letters. Book viii. Letter xx. 1.:MARCUSAURELIUSANTONINUSAD
Illustrations of Sterne. Bibliomania. Line 137.:ANNRADCLIFFE
King Henry VI. Part I. Act iii. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
Hudibras. Part i. Canto iii. Line 609.:SIRWILLIAMDAVENANT
Hosea viii. 7.:NEWTESTAMENT
The Garden._ (Translated.):JOSEPHHENSHAW
Lycidas. Line 10.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Retaliation. Line 24.:THOMASWARTON
Speech on the Conciliation of America. Vol. ii. p. 136.:CHARLESCHURCHILL
The Odyssey of Homer. Book iii. Line 142.:JOHNGAY
Letter, July 1, 1748.:MATTHEWGREEN
Gebir. Book i._ (1798).:THOMASCAMPBELL
Mark iv. 9.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Second Inaugural Address, March 4, 1865.:CHARLESDARWIN
Sonnet lvi.:GEORGECHAPMAN
Laconic Apophthegms. Of Lysander.:EPICTETUSAD
The Iliad of Homer. Book v. Line 371.:JOHNGAY
Corruption.:LORDDENMAN
Hudibras. Part iii. Canto i. Line 1293.:SIRWILLIAMDAVENANT
How a Young Man ought to hear Poems. 4.:EPICTETUSAD
John vi. 12.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
A Poet's Epitaph. Stanza 10.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
Romeo and Juliet. Act v. Sc. 3.:FRANCISBACON
Anatomy of Melancholy. Part ii. Sect. 2, Memb. 4.:SIRTHOMASOVERBURY
Maxim 282.:SENECABCAD
Don Juan. Canto x. Stanza 34.:WILLIAMKNOX
Cymon and Iphigenia. Line 133.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
Satires, Epistles, and Odes of Horace. Epistle i. Book i. Line 38.:JOHNGAY
Roman Apophthegms. Cicero.:EPICTETUSAD
Canterbury Tales. The Knightes Tale. Line 1524.:THOMASKEMPIS
The Progress of Poesy. III. 1, Line 12.:DAVIDGARRICK
Cymbeline. Act i. Sc. 4.:FRANCISBACON
Julius Cæsar. Act iii. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
Hudibras. Part i. Canto iii. Line 589.:SIRWILLIAMDAVENANT
The Old Law. Act ii. Sc. 1.:SIRHENRYWOTTON
Letter to M. le Riche, Feb. 6, 1770.:MADAMEDUDEFFAND
Hebrews v. 13.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Measure for Measure. Act i. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
Monk's Life of Bentley. Page 90.:HENRYCAREY
Epitaph on Gay.:JOHNGAY
Proverbs xv. 13.:NEWTESTAMENT
An Howres Recreation in Musike._ (1606. Set to music by Richard Alison.:TRANSLATIONS
Maxim 149.:SENECABCAD
Much Ado about Nothing. Act v. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
Psalm ciii. 16.:NEWTESTAMENT
Proverbs xxx. 8.:NEWTESTAMENT
Essay on Man. Epistle i. Line 17.:JOHNGAY
The Deserted Village. Line 209.:THOMASWARTON
Epistle to Dr. Arbuthnot. Prologue to the Satires. Line 84.:JOHNGAY
Hudibras. Part i. Canto i. Line 45.:SIRWILLIAMDAVENANT
Pibroch of Donald Dhu.:JAMESMONTGOMERY
Imitation of Horace, Book ii. Sat. 6.:WILLIAMCONGREVE
Don Juan. Canto viii. Stanza 3.:WILLIAMKNOX
Lady Holland's Memoir. Vol. i. p. 267.:JHOOKHAMFRERE
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. Canto iv. Stanza 182.:WILLIAMKNOX
On the Extinction of the Venetian Republic.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
Anatomy of Melancholy. Part iii. Sect. 1, Memb. 2, Subsect. 1.:SIRTHOMASOVERBURY
Divine Poems_ (_ed. 1669_).:GEORGEHERBERT
The Odyssey of Homer. Book xii. Line 538.:JOHNGAY
In Memoriam. cxi. Stanza 6.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
Moral Essays. Epistle i. Line 262.:JOHNGAY
Coriolanus. Act ii. Sc. 3.:FRANCISBACON
Anatomy of Melancholy. Part iii. Sect. 4, Memb. 1, Subsect. 2.:SIRTHOMASOVERBURY
Meditations. iv. 10.:TERTULLIANAD
The Odyssey of Homer. Book ii. Line 207.:JOHNGAY
Meditations. iv. 2.:TERTULLIANAD
Matthew vii. 13.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Euphues, 1579_ (Arber's reprint), _page 104.:SIRPHILIPSIDNEY
Venus and Adonis. Line 1019.:FRANCISBACON
Proverbs xxvi. 16.:NEWTESTAMENT
Bion. ix.:ATHENUSAD
The Prelude. Book iii.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
Don Juan. Canto ii. Stanza 178.:WILLIAMKNOX
Paradise Lost. Book iv. Line 297.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Memoirs. Vol. i. p. 106.:THOMASPAINE
Cymbeline. Act v. Sc. 5.:FRANCISBACON
I 'd be a Butterfly.:THOMASDRUMMOND
Anatomy of Melancholy. Part iii. Sect. 1, Memb. 3.:SIRTHOMASOVERBURY
1 Corinthians xiii. 13.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Proverbes. Part i. Chap. v.:THOMASTUSSER
Galatians vi. 7.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Apophthegms of Kings and Great Commanders. Alexander.:EPICTETUSAD
Essay on Criticism. Part iii. Line 89.:JOHNGAY
Troilus and Creseide. Book ii. Line 470.:THOMASKEMPIS
Comus. Line 83.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
The Rivals. Act iv. Sc. 3.:PHILIPFRENEAU
Isaiah xi. 2.:NEWTESTAMENT
Maxim 7.:SENECABCAD
Covent Garden Journal. Jan. 11, 1752.:WILLIAMPITTEARLOFCHATHAM
Eunuchus. The Prologue. 41.:CICEROBC
A King and No King. Act v. Sc. 4.:GEORGEWITHER
The Task. Book v. The Winter Morning Walk. Line 905.:ERASMUSDARWIN
Jessy.:WILLIAMPITT
Observations on the Boston Port Bill, 1774.:CHARLESDIBDIN
King Richard II. Act v. Sc. 5.:FRANCISBACON
Othello. Act v. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
Letter i. On a Regicide Peace. Vol. v. p. 286.:CHARLESCHURCHILL
Baptism of Infants.:TATEANDBRADY
Epilogue to Translations.:WILLIAMWARNER
Heautontimoroumenos. Act iv. Sc. 3, 41._ (_719._):CICEROBC
The Mayor of Garratt. Act i. Sc. 1.:JAMESFORDYCE
King Henry IV. Part II. Act v. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
The Task. Book ii. The Timepiece. Line 363.:ERASMUSDARWIN
The Schoolmistress. Stanza 6.:JOHNBROWN
Maxim 83.:JDELAFONTAINE
King Henry VI. Part III. Act iv. Sc. 8.:FRANCISBACON
The Seasons. Spring. Line 1149.:JOHNDYER
Speech at Gettysburg, Nov. 19, 1863.:CHARLESDARWIN
Samson Agonistes. Line 1692.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Vanity of Human Wishes. Line 362.:LORDLYTTLETON
The Nymph's Reply to the Passionate Shepherd.:EDMUNDSPENSER
Completion of Bunker Hill Monument, June 17, 1843. P. 93.:JANETAYLOR
Canterbury Tales. The Milleres Tale. Line 3497.:THOMASKEMPIS
The Sorrowful World.:CHARLESMACKAY
Proverbs xxxi. 30.:NEWTESTAMENT
The Odyssey of Homer. Book iv. Line 262.:JOHNGAY
Verses on the Death of Mr. Robert Levet. Stanza 2.:LORDLYTTLETON
Advice to a Young Tradesman, 1748.:NATHANIELCOTTON
Hudibras. Part i. Canto iii. Line 398.:SIRWILLIAMDAVENANT
Thoughts on the Cause of the Present Discontents. Vol. i. p. 531.:CHARLESCHURCHILL
Paradise Lost. Book ii. Line 712.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
The Dunciad. Book iv. Line 169.:JOHNGAY
Romans iv. 18.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Sybil. Book ii. Chap. xi.:ROBERTMONTGOMERY
Sardanapalus. Act i. Sc. 2.:WILLIAMKNOX
The Maiden Queen. Act i. Sc. 2.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
Epistle to Dr. Arbuthnot. Prologue to the Satires. Line 207.:JOHNGAY
The Grub Street Opera. Act iii. Sc. 2.:WILLIAMPITTEARLOFCHATHAM
The Waiting Maid.:RALPHVENNING
Paradise Lost. Book ii. Line 681.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
The Hour of Death.:EDWARDEVERETT
The Lie.:EDMUNDSPENSER
Meditations. vi. 28.:TERTULLIANAD
The Merchant of Venice. Act ii. Sc. 5.:FRANCISBACON
The Last Day. Book iii.:BISHOPBERKELEY
The Schoolmistress. Stanza 11.:JOHNBROWN
Paradise Lost. Book ii. Line 879.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Meditations. iii. 7.:TERTULLIANAD
Proverbs xxiii. 7.:NEWTESTAMENT
Sonnet xxxiv._ (_Ed. 1844._):CHARLESKINGSLEY
Matthew vi. 25.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Lycidas. Line 100.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Apophthegms of Kings and Great Commanders. Archelaus.:EPICTETUSAD
Isaiah lv. 7.:NEWTESTAMENT
Hamlet. Act ii. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
Prisoner of Chillon. Stanza 8.:WILLIAMKNOX
Essay on Man. Epistle iv. Line 281.:JOHNGAY
Zechariah i. 5.:NEWTESTAMENT
Vivian Grey. Book vi. Chap. vii.:ROBERTMONTGOMERY
The Taming of the Shrew. Act i. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
Titus i. 15.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Matthew xiii. 57.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Job xxxix. 25.:NEWTESTAMENT
Life of Johnson_ (Boswell). _Vol. iii. Chap. viii. 1772.:LORDLYTTLETON
Othello. Act iv. Sc. 3.:FRANCISBACON
Antigone, 706.:EURIPIDESBC
Don Quixote. Part i. Book iii. Chap. ix.:BARTHOLOMEWSCHIDONI
Discourses. Chap. xiv.:TACITUSAD
Meditations. viii. 16.:TERTULLIANAD
Love's Labour's Lost. Act i. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
Letter, Nov. 6, 1747.:MATTHEWGREEN
Don Quixote. Part ii. Chap. xlii.:BARTHOLOMEWSCHIDONI
Isaiah xxi. 9.:NEWTESTAMENT
Hohenlinden.:HENRYCLAY
Mark v. 15; Luke viii. 35_.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
The Oak and the Broom.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
Maxim 559.:SENECABCAD
Faerie Queene. Book ii. Canto viii. St. 2.:RICHARDHOOKER
Psalm cx. 3.:NEWTESTAMENT
Psalm lxxv. 6.:NEWTESTAMENT
Faith.:BARTHOLOMEWDOWLING
Paradise Lost. Book ii. Line 476.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Myson. iii.:ATHENUSAD
Divine Songs. Song iv.:SIRROBERTWALPOLE
The Course of Time. Book viii. Line 616.:RUFUSCHOATE
Anatomy of Melancholy._[185-3] _The Author's Abstract.:SIRTHOMASOVERBURY
Paradise Lost. Book vi. Line 2.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Meditations. xii. 17.:TERTULLIANAD
Thoughts on the Cause of the Present Discontents. Vol. i. p. 456.:CHARLESCHURCHILL
L' Envoy. To the Reader.:JAMESMONTGOMERY
Canterbury Tales. The Frankeleines Tale. Line 11789.:THOMASKEMPIS
Euphues, 1579_ (Arber's reprint), _page 80.:SIRPHILIPSIDNEY
The Seasons. Summer. Line 979.:JOHNDYER
Don Juan. Canto i. Stanza 124.:WILLIAMKNOX
Eleonora. Line 315.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
Hymn on Christ's Nativity. Line 53.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
An Elegie; or Friend's Passion for his Astrophill.:SIREDWARDCOKE
The Iliad of Homer. Book xxii. Line 169.:JOHNGAY
Pleasures of Hope. Part i. Line 381.:HENRYCLAY
Paradise Lost. Book ii. Line 146.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Paradise Regained. Book iii. Line 329.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Thales. ix.:ATHENUSAD
The Odyssey of Homer. Book ii. Line 315.:JOHNGAY
The American Flag.:JOHNKEATS
Book i. Fable 18, 1.:PLINYTHEELDERAD
Psalm xxiii. 5.:NEWTESTAMENT
The Statue and the Bust.:CHARLESDICKENS
Letter to the Earl of Shelburne, Sept. 29, 1770.:SAMUELJOHNSON
Psalm xlviii. 2.:NEWTESTAMENT
Meeting Troubles Half-way.:RALPHWALDOEMERSON
From The New England Primer.:TRANSLATIONS
Tom Thumb the Great. Act i. Sc. 1.:WILLIAMPITTEARLOFCHATHAM
Ecclesiastes xii. 12.:NEWTESTAMENT
Lust's Dominion. Act iii. Sc. 4.:WILLIAMSHAKESPEARE
Maxim 110.:JDELAFONTAINE
Proverbs xx. 12.:NEWTESTAMENT
Epitaph intended for Sir Isaac Newton.:JOHNGAY
Aulularia. Act iii. Sc. 4, 13._ (_472._):TERENCEBC
The Passionate Pilgrim. iii.:FRANCISBACON
A Canadian Boat-Song.:LORDDENMAN
Advancement of Learning. Book i.:THOMASMIDDLETON
A Scene on the Banks of the Hudson.:JOSEPHRODMANDRAKE
Titus Andronicus. Act ii. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
Job xi. 17.:NEWTESTAMENT
As You Like It. Act v. Sc. 4.:FRANCISBACON
Meditations. ix. 2.:TERTULLIANAD
Trinummus. Act ii. Sc. 2, 111._ (_392._):TERENCEBC
Essay on Man. Epistle ii. Line 63.:JOHNGAY
Political Precepts.:EPICTETUSAD
Conversation. Line 303.:ERASMUSDARWIN
The Odyssey of Homer. Book xi. Line 749.:JOHNGAY
Love of Fame. Satire ii. Line 83.:BISHOPBERKELEY
The Motto.:RALPHVENNING
King Henry IV. Part II. Act iv. Sc. 3.:FRANCISBACON
Whether an Aged Man ought to meddle in State Affairs.:EPICTETUSAD
Hebrews xii. 6.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
The Vision of Sir Launfal. Part Second. viii.:CHARLESKINGSLEY
Euphues, 1579_ (Arber's reprint), _page 47.:SIRPHILIPSIDNEY
King Richard II. Act v. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
Ode. Imagination before Content.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
The Heart's Prayer.:LORDDENMAN
Isaiah iii. 16.:NEWTESTAMENT
Paradise Lost. Book i. Line 22.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Night Thoughts. Night iv. Line 10.:BISHOPBERKELEY
Prologue of the Legend of Good Women. Line 183.:THOMASKEMPIS
As You Like It. Act iii. Sc. 5.:FRANCISBACON
Sweet Sensibility.:WILLIAMPITT
Commentaries. Matthew xxi.:RICHARDBENTLEY
Psalm i. 3.:NEWTESTAMENT
Satires, Epistles, and Odes of Horace. Epistle vi. Book i. To Mr.:JOHNGAY
Absalom and Achitophel. Part i. Line 198.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
Othello. Act v. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
Holy and Profane State. The Good Husband.:JOHNMILTON
The Odyssey of Homer. Book vii. Line 95.:JOHNGAY
Under Mr. Milton's Picture.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
To the Imitator of the First Satire of Horace. Book ii.:CHARLESMACKLIN
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. Canto iv. Stanza 24.:WILLIAMKNOX
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. Canto iii. Stanza 1.:WILLIAMKNOX
Gertrude of Wyoming. Part iii. Stanza 5.:HENRYCLAY
The Death of Wallenstein. Act i. Sc. 1.:JOSIAHQUINCY
Apophthegms of Kings and Great Commanders. Lysander.:EPICTETUSAD
Speech in opening the Impeachment of Warren Hastings. Third Day. Vol. x.:CHARLESCHURCHILL
Tirocinium. Line 79.:ERASMUSDARWIN
Romans vi. 19.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Daphnaida, v. 407.:RICHARDHOOKER
Matthew.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
King Henry IV. Part I. Act ii. Sc. 3.:FRANCISBACON
O Friend! I know not which way I must look.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
Job xviii. 14.:NEWTESTAMENT
Love.:JOSIAHQUINCY
Thales. xiii.:ATHENUSAD
The Deserted Village. Line 161.:THOMASWARTON
Paradise Lost. Book xi. Line 553.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Natural History. Book xviii. Sect. 249.:QUINTILIANAD
Love's Last Shift. Act iv.:SIRRICHARDSTEELE
Richard III._ (_altered_). _Act ii. Sc. 1.:SIRRICHARDSTEELE
Maxim 378.:JDELAFONTAINE
Letter of Expostulation to Coke.:THOMASMIDDLETON
Matthew xxiv. 6.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
The Graves of a Household.:EDWARDEVERETT
Cologne.:JOSIAHQUINCY
The Day-Dream. The Departure, iv.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
Written in an Album, 1842.:DAVIDEVERETT
Monsieur Thomas. Act iii. Sc. 1.:ROBERTBURTON
The Task. Book ii. The Timepiece. Line 206.:ERASMUSDARWIN
Truth. Line 327.:ERASMUSDARWIN
1 Corinthians iv. 6.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Sonnet lv.:FRANCISBACON
Ceremonies for Candlemas Eve.:FRANCISQUARLES
Maxim 245.:JDELAFONTAINE
Acts xvii. 5.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
A Robyn, Jolly Robyn.:EDMUNDBURKE
Festina Lente. Moral.:CHARLESKINGSLEY
Job xix. 20.:NEWTESTAMENT
Remarks on Agriculture, Jan. 13, 1840. P. 457.:JANETAYLOR
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. Canto iii. Stanza 89.:WILLIAMKNOX
Proverbs xxxi. 27.:NEWTESTAMENT
Lady Holland's Memoir. Vol. i. p. 17.:JHOOKHAMFRERE
Paradise Lost. Book iv. Line 677.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Elegy in a Country Churchyard. Stanza 11.:DAVIDGARRICK
Upon an "Honest Man's Fortune.":ROBERTBURTON
Trinummus. Act ii. Sc. 2, 88._ (_367._):TERENCEBC
Ovid, Metamorphoses, Book viii. Baucis and Philemon, Line 97.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
Maxim 459.:SENECABCAD
The Rainy Day.:JOHNGWHITTIER
Theophrastus. x.:ATHENUSAD
Eunuchus. Act iv. Sc. 6, 8._ (_746._):CICEROBC
The Betrothed. Chap. xx.:JAMESMONTGOMERY
The Idler. No. 74.:LORDLYTTLETON
Speech, Feb. 13, 1835.:DANIELWEBSTER
Sonnet liv.:FRANCISBACON
School for Scandal. Act iii. Sc. 3.:PHILIPFRENEAU
Macbeth. Act i. Sc. 4.:FRANCISBACON
Night thoughts. Night i. Line 390.:BISHOPBERKELEY
Paradise Lost. Book ii. Line 995.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
L'Allegro. Line 25.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Job xxix. 15.:NEWTESTAMENT
The Rival Fools. Act i.:SIRRICHARDSTEELE
Life of Johnson_ (Boswell). _Vol. viii. p. 67, note.:SIRWILLIAMJONES
Don Quixote. Part ii. Chap. x.:BARTHOLOMEWSCHIDONI
Discourses. Chap. xii.:TACITUSAD
Galatians iv. 9.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Job xxxi. 35.:NEWTESTAMENT
Ephesians iv. 25.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
At the "Mermaid." Stanza 10.:CHARLESDICKENS
Every Man in his Humour. Act ii. Sc. 3.:JOHNWEBSTER
Tom Jones. Book xiv. Chap. i.:WILLIAMPITTEARLOFCHATHAM
Rhine Song of the German Soldiers after Victory.:EDWARDEVERETT
Meditations. ix. 33.:TERTULLIANAD
Table Talk. Philosophy.:WILLIAMDRUMMOND
L'Allegro. Line 31.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Elegy in a Country Churchyard. Stanza 23.:DAVIDGARRICK
Moral Essays. Epistle iv. Line 149.:JOHNGAY
Pyrrho. ix.:ATHENUSAD
Psalm v.:SIRROBERTWALPOLE
The Ancient Mariner. Part iv.:JOSIAHQUINCY
Don Juan. Canto i. Stanza 123.:WILLIAMKNOX
Natural History. Book vii. Sect. 1.:QUINTILIANAD
Shakespeare's Epitaph.:FRANCISBACON
Life of Johnson_ (Boswell). _Vol. vii. Chap. v. 1778.:LORDLYTTLETON
Lady of the Lake. Canto iv. Stanza 30.:JAMESMONTGOMERY
Enchiridion. xliii.:TACITUSAD
The Assembly of Fowles. Line 22.:THOMASKEMPIS
Maxim 827.:SENECABCAD
Arcadia. Book i.:CYRILTOURNEUR
Maxim 1073.:SENECABCAD
Stanzas.:FWFABER
Proverbs xxxi. 29.:NEWTESTAMENT
King Henry IV. Part I. Act iii. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
Letter to Boston Commercial Club in 1879.:JAMESALDRICH
Night Thoughts. Night v. Line 775.:BISHOPBERKELEY
Count Gismond. xiii.:CHARLESDICKENS
Letter, March 10, 1746.:MATTHEWGREEN
Essay on Man. Epistle i. Line 289.:JOHNGAY
Don Carlos. Act i. Sc. 6.:JOSEPHROUGETDELISLE
Love me Little, Love me Long.:FRANCISQUARLES
Aulularia. Act iv. Sc. 3, 1._ (_624._):TERENCEBC
The Hermit. Line 5.:BARTONBOOTH
The Masque of Hymen.:JOHNWEBSTER
Ode to Lycoris.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
The Garden, i.:RALPHVENNING
Elegiac Stanzas. Addressed to Sir G. H. B.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
Speech, April, 1844.:ROBERTMONTGOMERY
Life of Fabius.:EPICTETUSAD
On a Distant Prospect of Eton College. Stanza 4.:DAVIDGARRICK
John viii. 32.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Proverbes. Part ii. Chap. xi.:THOMASTUSSER
Suum Cuique.:RICHARDHENGESTHORNE
Anatomy of Melancholy. Part ii. Sect. 2, Memb. 6.:SIRTHOMASOVERBURY
Old Mortality. Chap. xxxiv.:JAMESMONTGOMERY
The Builders.:JOHNGWHITTIER
Meditations. xi. 10.:TERTULLIANAD
Jupiter and Mercury.:WILLIAMBRHODES
Don Quixote. Part i. Book iv. Chap. v.:BARTHOLOMEWSCHIDONI
Sermon xciii. On Dress.:BENJAMINFRANKLIN
Maxim 835.:SENECABCAD
Hymn on Christ's Nativity. Line 184.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Plato. xl.:ATHENUSAD
English Bards and Scotch Reviewers. Line 66.:WILLIAMKNOX
Essay on Man. Epistle iv. Line 193.:JOHNGAY
Measure for Measure. Act i. Sc. 3.:FRANCISBACON
Tom Jones. Book iv. Chap. iv.:WILLIAMPITTEARLOFCHATHAM
Lament of the Irish Emigrant.:HENRYWLONGFELLOW
Ode. Intimations of Immortality. Stanza 9.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
On the late Massacre in Piedmont.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Hipponous. Frag. 280.:EURIPIDESBC
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. Canto iv. Stanza 145.:WILLIAMKNOX
Romeo and Juliet. Act i. Sc. 5.:FRANCISBACON
The Iliad of Homer. Book x. Line 293.:JOHNGAY
In a Balcony.:CHARLESDICKENS
Pizarro. Act iv. Sc. 1.:PHILIPFRENEAU
Ecclesiasticus viii. 9.:NEWTESTAMENT
Maxim 829.:SENECABCAD
The Bard. III. 3, Line 3.:DAVIDGARRICK
Hudibras. Part i. Canto iii. Line 263.:SIRWILLIAMDAVENANT
Meditations. iv. 20.:TERTULLIANAD
Douglas. Act ii. Sc. 1.:WILLIAMMASON
Il Penseroso. Line 65.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Verses on the Death of Mr. Robert Levet. Stanza 5.:LORDLYTTLETON
Commentaries. Matthew xx.:RICHARDBENTLEY
Much Ado about Nothing. Act ii. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
The Dragon of Wantley. Act ii. Sc. 1.:DANIELDEFOE
Saturday Afternoon.:WILLIAMELLERYCHANNING
Eunuchus. Act ii. Sc. 3, 28._ (_319._):CICEROBC
Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire_ (1776). _Chap. xlix.:THOMASPAINE
Proverbes. Part i. Chap. iv.:THOMASTUSSER
Matthew v. 14.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Second Speech on Foot's Resolution, Jan. 26, 1830. P. 303.:JANETAYLOR
Antony and Cleopatra. Act iv. Sc. 4.:FRANCISBACON
As You Like It. Act iii. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
Speech on the Conciliation of America. Vol. ii. p. 116.:CHARLESCHURCHILL
Faerie Queene. Book i. Canto ix. St. 35.:RICHARDHOOKER
Book i. Chap. i. That Men by various Ways arrive at the same End.:DUBARTAS
The Bride of Abydos. Canto ii. Stanza 20.:WILLIAMKNOX
The Odyssey of Homer. Book xvii. Line 392.:JOHNGAY
Habakkuk ii. 2.:NEWTESTAMENT
Lycidas. Line 14.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Isaiah xl. 6.:NEWTESTAMENT
More Dissemblers besides Women. Act i. Sc. 4.:SIRHENRYWOTTON
Matthew vii. 12.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Essay on Man. Epistle iii. Line 177.:JOHNGAY
I 'd mourn the Hopes.:LORDDENMAN
Twelfth Night. Act iii. Sc. 4.:FRANCISBACON
Much Ado about Nothing. Act iv. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
Concerning the Epicureans. Chap. xx.:TACITUSAD
Don Quixote. Part i. Book iii. Chap. xi.:BARTHOLOMEWSCHIDONI
On the death of a Favourite Cat.:DAVIDGARRICK
The Flag of our Union.:ALBERTGGREENE
Natural History. Book viii. Sect. 148.:QUINTILIANAD
Job vi. 25.:NEWTESTAMENT
Love's Last Shift. Act ii.:SIRRICHARDSTEELE
The Complete Angler. Author's Preface.:JAMESSHIRLEY
Proverbes. Part ii. Chap. v.:THOMASTUSSER
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L'Amitié est l'Amour sans Ailes.:WILLIAMKNOX
Absalom and Achitophel. Part i. Line 27.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
Sir Patrick Spens.:EDMUNDBURKE
Don Quixote. Part i. Book iv. Chap. xxiii.:BARTHOLOMEWSCHIDONI
The Greedy and Ambitious Cat. Fable iii.:HESIODBC
Anatomy of Melancholy. Part i. Sect. 3, Memb. 1, Subsect. 3.:SIRTHOMASOVERBURY
Dirge in Cymbeline.:JAMESMERRICK
Speech on the Excise Bill.:SAMUELJOHNSON
Agricola. 42.:PLINYTHEYOUNGERAD
Hymns and Spiritual Songs. Book ii. Hymn 63.:SIRROBERTWALPOLE
Letters and Social Aims. Social Aims.:RICHARDHENGESTHORNE
Maxim 633.:SENECABCAD
Maxim 298.:JDELAFONTAINE
Luke vi. 26.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
The Sophy. A Tragedy.:RICHARDCRASHAW
Daniel xii. 4.:NEWTESTAMENT
Discourses. Chap. xv.:TACITUSAD
English Bards and Scotch Reviewers. Line 826.:WILLIAMKNOX
Don Juan. Canto iii. Stanza 41.:WILLIAMKNOX
Paradise Lost. Book v. Line 481.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Twelfth Night. Act ii. Sc. 3.:FRANCISBACON
Julius Cæsar. Act iv. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
The Devil's Walk. Stanza 1.:CHARLESLAMB
Maxim 968.:SENECABCAD
Genesis xv. 15.:NEWTESTAMENT
All's Well that Ends Well. Act ii. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
Canterbury Tales. The Knightes Tale. Line 1044.:THOMASKEMPIS
The Spanish Student. Act ii. Sc. 3.:JOHNGWHITTIER
The Task. Book ii. The Timepiece. Line 231.:ERASMUSDARWIN
King Lear. Act iii. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
Rubáiyát. Stanza xlviii.:ALPHONSOTHEWISE
Hudibras. Part ii. Canto iii. Line 391.:SIRWILLIAMDAVENANT
King Henry VIII. Act ii. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
Memoirs of Lee. Eulogy on Washington, Dec. 26, 1799.:JPKEMBLE
The Inn Album. iv.:CHARLESDICKENS
Satires, Epistles, and Odes of Horace. Satire ii. Book ii. Line 159.:JOHNGAY
Hans Carvel.:JOHNPOMFRET
Periander. vi.:ATHENUSAD
Lord of the Isles. Canto v. Stanza 18.:JAMESMONTGOMERY
Samson Agonistes. Line 129.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Euphues and his Euphoebus, page 153.:SIRPHILIPSIDNEY
The Merry Wives of Windsor. Act i. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
The Task. Book iv. The Winter Evening. Line 86.:ERASMUSDARWIN
Meditations. iii. 10.:TERTULLIANAD
Oh call it by some better Name.:LORDDENMAN
Elegy in a Country Churchyard. Stanza 20.:DAVIDGARRICK
Table Talk. Friends.:WILLIAMDRUMMOND
One Word More. xii.:CHARLESDICKENS
Richard III._ (_altered_). _Act iv. Sc. 3.:SIRRICHARDSTEELE
Give all to Love.:RICHARDHENGESTHORNE
The Shepheardes Calender. July. Line 97.:RICHARDHOOKER
Maxim 617.:SENECABCAD
Psalm cxxxiii. 1.:NEWTESTAMENT
Letters of Junius. Letter vii. To Sir W. Draper.:TRANSLATIONS
The West Indies. Part iii.:SAMUELTAYLORCOLERIDGE
Commentaries. Timothy iii.:RICHARDBENTLEY
Locksley Hall. Line 33.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
2 Corinthians v. 7.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
1 Corinthians xv. 47.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Charity.:LADYDUFFERIN
Douglas Jerrold's Wit.:RALPHWALDOEMERSON
Life of Pelopidas.:EPICTETUSAD
Faerie Queene. Book i. Canto i. St. 35.:RICHARDHOOKER
The Cat and the two Birds. Chap. v. Fable iv.:HESIODBC
Opera of La Sonnambula.:TRANSLATIONS
Odes. iv. 9, 25.:OVIDBCAD
Euphues, 1579_ (Arber's reprint), _page 116.:SIRPHILIPSIDNEY
Comus. Line 859.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Rejected Addresses. Cui Bono?:THOMASMOORE
Comus. Line 432.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
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Romans ix. 21.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Maxim 347.:JDELAFONTAINE
Maud. Part i. xiii. Stanza 2.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
Evangeline. Part ii. 5.:JOHNGWHITTIER
Prometheus, 378.:SOPHOCLESBC
Cato. Act v. Sc. 4.:NICHOLASROWE
The Traveller. Line 1.:THOMASWARTON
Marmion. Canto iii. Stanza 11.:JAMESMONTGOMERY
Psalm cxvi. 11.:NEWTESTAMENT
In Memoriam. lvi. Stanza 5.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
Address at the Washington Centennial Service in St. Paul's Chapel, New:FRANCISMFINCH
The Tempest. Prologue.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
Essays. First Series. Spiritual Laws.:RICHARDHENGESTHORNE
Romeo and Juliet. Act iv. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
Satires, Epistles, and Odes of Horace. Epistle ii. Book ii. Line 72.:JOHNGAY
Meditations. ix. 16.:TERTULLIANAD
Psalm cxvii.:SIRROBERTWALPOLE
Maxims prefixed to Poor Richard's Almanac, 1757.:NATHANIELCOTTON
Dombey and Son. Chap. vii.:CHRISTOPHERPCRANCH
Hamlet. Act iii. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
Don Quixote. Part ii. Chap. vii.:BARTHOLOMEWSCHIDONI
The Merchant of Venice. Act ii. Sc. 9.:FRANCISBACON
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. Canto ii. Stanza 6.:WILLIAMKNOX
Fables. Part ii. The Vulture, the Sparrow, and other Birds.:LADYMARYWORTLEYMONTAGU
A Long Story.:DAVIDGARRICK
Ovid, Metamorphoses, vii. 20_ (translated by Tate and Stonestreet,:COLLEYCIBBER
Cymon and Iphigenia. Line 84.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
Essay on Criticism. Part iii. Line 59.:JOHNGAY
Britannia's Pastorals. Book ii. Song 2.:ROBERTHERRICK
Works and Days. Line 694.:THEOGNISBC
Maxim 185.:SENECABCAD
Lady Holland's Memoir. Vol. i. p. 259.:JHOOKHAMFRERE
The Hind and the Panther. Part i. Line 33.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
The Merchant of Venice. Act iii. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
Madoc in Wales. Part i. 5.:CHARLESLAMB
The Hind and the Panther. Part iii. Line 2387.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
The Odyssey of Homer. Book xv. Line 429.:JOHNGAY
Richter. Edinburgh Review, 1827.:THOMASCHALIBURTON
The Rape of the Lock. Canto iv. Line 123.:JOHNGAY
Romeo and Juliet. Act ii. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
Eunuchus. Act iv. Sc. 7, 42._ (_812._):CICEROBC
Sonnet xxv.:CHARLESKINGSLEY
Essay on Man. Epistle iv. Line 390.:JOHNGAY
Sonnet lxxxvii.:FRANCISBACON
Essay on Criticism. Part ii. Line 109.:JOHNGAY
The Odyssey of Homer. Book vii. Line 379.:JOHNGAY
Idylls of the King. Launcelot and Elaine.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
Dombey and Son. Chap. xv.:CHRISTOPHERPCRANCH
Frag. 385.:SOPHOCLESBC
All that 's Bright must fade.:LORDDENMAN
The Odyssey of Homer. Book xi. Line 48.:JOHNGAY
Works and Days. Line 366.:THEOGNISBC
Zeno. liii.:ATHENUSAD
Manfred. Act i. Sc. 2.:WILLIAMKNOX
Thoughts. Chap. v. 2.:NICHOLASBOILEAUDESPREAUX
Moral Essays. Epistle ii. Line 257.:JOHNGAY
Lines written in August, 1847.:JAWADE
The Task. Book ii. The Timepiece. Line 17.:ERASMUSDARWIN
Night thoughts. Night ii. Line 376.:BISHOPBERKELEY
Don Quixote. Part ii. Chap. lxxi.:BARTHOLOMEWSCHIDONI
Horæ Lyricæ. Book ii. False Greatness.:SIRROBERTWALPOLE
The Voiceless.:ROBERTCWINTHROP
Matthew xix. 19.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
The Odyssey of Homer. Book vi. Line 229.:JOHNGAY
Paradise Lost. Book iii. Line 337.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Don Quixote. Part ii. Chap. xxx.:BARTHOLOMEWSCHIDONI
Book i. Chap. ii. Of Sorrow.:DUBARTAS
Monody on the Death of Sheridan. Line 117.:WILLIAMKNOX
Deuteronomy xxviii. 5.:NEWTESTAMENT
Youth and Age.:JOSIAHQUINCY
Ecclesiasticus xxxiii. 17.:NEWTESTAMENT
Oh think not my Spirits are always as light.:LORDDENMAN
Antony and Cleopatra. Act iv. Sc. 12.:FRANCISBACON
Don Juan. Canto i. Stanza 194.:WILLIAMKNOX
The Princess. Part iii. Line 352.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
Burns. Edinburgh Review, 1828.:THOMASCHALIBURTON
Astrophel and Stella, i.:CYRILTOURNEUR
Paradise Lost. Book iv. Line 393.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Seventh Sunday after Trinity.:WASHINGTONIRVING
Book i. Chap. xxxi. Of Divine Ordinances.:DUBARTAS
Anatomy of Melancholy. Part ii. Sect. 2, Memb. 3.:SIRTHOMASOVERBURY
Iphigenia in Aulis. 1386.:MIMNERMUSTRAGEDIAN
A Midsummer Night's Dream. Act i. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
Elegy in a Country Churchyard. Stanza 8.:DAVIDGARRICK
Satires, Epistles, and Odes of Horace. Epistle i. Book ii. Line 304.:JOHNGAY
The Odyssey of Homer. Book xv. Line 433.:JOHNGAY
Paradise Lost. Book i. Line 710.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Each and All.:RICHARDHENGESTHORNE
De Providentia. 5, 9.:PHDRUSAD
Proverbes. Part ii. Chap. iv.:THOMASTUSSER
Conversation. Line 193.:ERASMUSDARWIN
Apology for Actors_ (1612).:JOHNSELDEN
Paradise Lost. Book iv. Line 108.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Colloquies on the Progress and Prospects of Society. Vol. ii. p. 360.:CHARLESLAMB
Letters and Social Aims. Quotation and Originality.:RICHARDHENGESTHORNE
Proverbes. Part ii. Chap. i.:THOMASTUSSER
Reflections on the Revolution in France. Vol. iii. p. 356.:CHARLESCHURCHILL
Othello. Act i. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
On Pitt's First Speech, Feb. 26, 1781. From Wraxall's Memoirs, First:CHARLESCHURCHILL
Horace. Book iii. Ode 1.:RALPHVENNING
Meditations. viii. 51.:TERTULLIANAD
Paradise Lost. Book xi. Line 485.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Reflections on the Revolution in France. Vol. iii. p. 497.:CHARLESCHURCHILL
Epigram i. 32.:PLUTARCHAD
The Parting.:JOHNDENNIS
The Upholsterer. Act i.:JANEELLIOTT
The Iliad of Homer. Book vi. Line 427.:JOHNGAY
Sin.:IZAAKWALTON
Ruth.:GEORGELINLEY
Euphues and his England, page 289.:SIRPHILIPSIDNEY
Paradise Lost. Book ii. Line 44.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Romeo and Juliet. Act iii. Sc. 3.:FRANCISBACON
The Song of Solomon vii. 9.:NEWTESTAMENT
Human Life.:JOHNFERRIAR
Judges xx. 1.:NEWTESTAMENT
Works. Prologue to the Fifth Book.:MICHAELDEMONTAIGNE
Canterbury Tales. The Monkes Tale. Line 1449.:THOMASKEMPIS
Adonais. lii.:JHOWARDPAYNE
The Traveller. Line 217.:THOMASWARTON
Macbeth. Act iii. Sc. 4.:FRANCISBACON
Horace. Ode iii. Book iii.:NICHOLASROWE
Speech, Jan. 29, 1828.:PAULMOONJAMES
Hudibras. Part ii. Canto i. Line 23.:SIRWILLIAMDAVENANT
A Charitable Man.:RALPHWALDOEMERSON
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Lady Holland's Memoir. Vol. i. p. 130.:JHOOKHAMFRERE
Faerie Queene. Book iii. Canto vi. St. 3.:RICHARDHOOKER
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Psalm xxxix. 4.:NEWTESTAMENT
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Man of Taste.:EARLOFCHESTERFIELD
Hebrews xii. 23.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Life of Johnson_ (Boswell). _Vol. ii. Chap. ix. 1764.:LORDLYTTLETON
Abridged Cong. Debates, Jan. 14, 1811. Vol. iv. p. 327.:ROBERTSOUTHEY
Macbeth. Act v. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
Epistle to Dr. Arbuthnot. Prologue to the Satires. Line 27.:JOHNGAY
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. Canto iii. Stanza 70.:WILLIAMKNOX
Paradise Lost. Book ii. Line 490.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Paradise Lost. Book vii. Line 463.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Prior's Life of Burke.:CHARLESCHURCHILL
Samson Agonistes. Line 1538.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Lament of Mary Queen of Scots.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
Cleon and I.:ELLENSTURGISHOOPER
Essay on Criticism. Part ii. Line 32.:JOHNGAY
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Song.:COLONELBLACKER
Psalm. Ein feste Burg ist unser Gott_ (trans. by Frederic H. Hedge).:FRANCISRABELAIS
King Richard III. Act i. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
Retribution._ (_Sinngedichte._):ISAACDEBENSERADE
Essay on Man. Epistle iv. Line 203.:JOHNGAY
Proverbs xxv. 11.:NEWTESTAMENT
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Psalm cvii. 27.:NEWTESTAMENT
Epistle to Dr. Arbuthnot. Prologue to the Satires. Line 186.:JOHNGAY
Sonnet cxxxii.:FRANCISBACON
Job xxxviii. 11.:NEWTESTAMENT
On Boswell's Life of Johnson_ (Croker's ed.). _1831.:JAWADE
Othello. Act ii. Sc. 3.:FRANCISBACON
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Sally in our Alley.:DANIELDEFOE
Macbeth. Act i. Sc. 3.:FRANCISBACON
Age of Reason. Part ii. note.:JOHNWOLCOT
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Essays. First Series. Love.:RICHARDHENGESTHORNE
Love for Love. Act ii. Sc. 7.:SAMUELGARTH
Every Man in his Humour. Act iv. Sc. v.:JOHNWEBSTER
Essay on Man. Epistle iii. Line 45.:JOHNGAY
The Dunciad. Book iv. Line 311.:JOHNGAY
The Deserted Village. Line 157.:THOMASWARTON
Solution.:RICHARDHENGESTHORNE
Measure for Measure. Act iv. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
The Pulley.:IZAAKWALTON
Night Thoughts. Night iii. Line 226.:BISHOPBERKELEY
When Stars are in the quiet Skies.:BENJAMINDISRAELIEARLBEACONSFIELD
Psalm xix. 1.:NEWTESTAMENT
The Merchant of Venice. Act iii. Sc. 5.:FRANCISBACON
The Two Gentlemen of Verona. Act ii. Sc. 4.:FRANCISBACON
L'Allegro. Line 75.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
1 Kings xvii. 9.:NEWTESTAMENT
Troilus and Creseide. Book iv. Line 435.:THOMASKEMPIS
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Beppo. Stanza 39.:WILLIAMKNOX
The Deserted Village. Line 385.:THOMASWARTON
Night Thoughts. Night v. Line 177.:BISHOPBERKELEY
Autre Ballade. i.:MICHELANGELO
Canterbury Tales. Prologue. Line 440.:THOMASKEMPIS
Book ii. Chap. x. Of Books.:DUBARTAS
Frag. 146_ (trans. by Plumptre).:SOPHOCLESBC
Meditations. vi. 3.:TERTULLIANAD
The Passionate Pilgrim. viii.:FRANCISBACON
Elegy 8. The Comparison.:BENJONSON
Rob Roy. Chap. xxxii.:JAMESMONTGOMERY
The Odyssey of Homer. Book ix. Line 106.:JOHNGAY
Lamia. Part ii.:THOMASNOONTALFOURD
The Mourning Bride. Act v. Sc. 12.:SAMUELGARTH
The Taming of the Shrew. Act i. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
Phædra. Frag. 862.:EURIPIDESBC
How Nobleness of Mind may be consistent with Prudence. Chap. v.:TACITUSAD
Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire_ (1776). _Chap. xi.:THOMASPAINE
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Isaiah vii. 18.:NEWTESTAMENT
Rokeby. Canto v. Stanza 1.:JAMESMONTGOMERY
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Meditations. vi. 39.:TERTULLIANAD
Comus. Line 340.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Leviticus xix. 18.:NEWTESTAMENT
The Iliad of Homer. Book xxii. Line 85.:JOHNGAY
The Brook.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
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Hudibras. Part i. Canto iii. Line 1.:SIRWILLIAMDAVENANT
Paradise Lost. Book ii. Line 300.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
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I am that I am. An Ode.:JOHNPOMFRET
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1 Samuel x. 11.:NEWTESTAMENT
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Antony and Cleopatra. Act iv. Sc. 15.:FRANCISBACON
Faerie Queene. Book ii. Canto viii. St. 1.:RICHARDHOOKER
Queen Mab. iv.:JHOWARDPAYNE
Night Thoughts. Night viii. Line 793.:BISHOPBERKELEY
Contented wi' Little.:WILLIAMPITT
Requiescat.:RUTHERFORDBHAYES
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Matthew vi. 28.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Ye Mariners of England.:HENRYCLAY
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Proverbs xxiv. 10.:NEWTESTAMENT
To the Memory of Mr. Oldham. Line 15.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
The Talisman. Chap. vi.:JAMESMONTGOMERY
Acts xix. 38.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Letter to M. Leroy, 1789.:NATHANIELCOTTON
Matthew vii. 8.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Aurora Leigh. Book v.:ABRAHAMLINCOLN
Paradise Lost. Book i. Line 261.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Timon of Athens. Act v. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
Pippa Passes. Part i.:CHARLESDICKENS
Paradise Lost. Book i. Line 275.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Proverbs xvii. 27.:NEWTESTAMENT
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. Canto iv. Stanza 109.:WILLIAMKNOX
Matthew vi. 1.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Of Courage. Chap. xxix.:TACITUSAD
Occasional Pieces. xxiii.:CHARLESLAMB
Ecclesiastes vii. 28.:NEWTESTAMENT
A Morning Exercise.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
The Task. Book iii. The Garden. Line 352.:ERASMUSDARWIN
O'Connor's Child. Stanza 10.:HENRYCLAY
Don Quixote. Part i. Book iv. Chap. viii.:BARTHOLOMEWSCHIDONI
Near the Lake.:ALBERTGGREENE
Epistolarum ad Atticum. ix. 10, 4.:LUCRETIUSBC
Speech at Ashland, Ky., March, 1829.:FSKEY
The Witch. Act iv. Sc. 3.:SIRHENRYWOTTON
The Odyssey of Homer. Book xx. Line 254.:JOHNGAY
Wilhelm Meister. Book ii. Chap. xiii.:MADAMEROLAND
The Lover's Progress. Act i. Sc. 1.:ROBERTBURTON
Canterbury Tales. Prologue. Line 498.:THOMASKEMPIS
Mother Hubberds Tale. Line 895.:RICHARDHOOKER
Canterbury Tales. The Wif of Bathes Prologue. Line 6154.:THOMASKEMPIS
Annales. vi. 52_ (46).:PLINYTHEYOUNGERAD
Age of Bronze. Stanza 3.:WILLIAMKNOX
Sermons, vii. Works, Vol. iii. p. 147_ (1692).:HENRYCAREY
Medea. 618.:MIMNERMUSTRAGEDIAN
The Burial Service.:TATEANDBRADY
Canterbury Tales. Prologue. Line 310.:THOMASKEMPIS
Mostellaria. Act iii. Sc. 2, 104._ (_791._):TERENCEBC
Endymion. Chap. xiv.:ROBERTMONTGOMERY
Maxim 540.:SENECABCAD
The Apprentice. Act v. Sc. 1.:JANEELLIOTT
Go, forget me!:HENRYHARTMILMAN
Hudibras. Part ii. Canto iii. Line 957.:SIRWILLIAMDAVENANT
The Task. Book ii. The Timepiece. Line 606.:ERASMUSDARWIN
Accepting a Nomination for the Presidency, May 29, 1868.:MATTHEWARNOLD
Hudibras. Part i. Canto iii. Line 277.:SIRWILLIAMDAVENANT
Lay of the Last Minstrel. Canto ii. Stanza 22.:JAMESMONTGOMERY
A Poet's Hope.:JAMESRUSSELLLOWELL
Of Man's Progress in Virtue.:EPICTETUSAD
Letter to William Strahan, July 5, 1775.:NATHANIELCOTTON
The last Ride together. vii.:CHARLESDICKENS
Absalom and Achitophel. Part i. Line 197.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
Socrates. xvi.:ATHENUSAD
Advice to a Lady.:EDWARDMOORE
2 Maccabees xv. 38.:NEWTESTAMENT
Proverbs xxii. 6.:NEWTESTAMENT
Ecclesiastes i. 2; xii. 8.:NEWTESTAMENT
King Henry VIII. Act ii. Sc. 3.:FRANCISBACON
Isaiah ii. 4; Micah iv. 3.:NEWTESTAMENT
Letter to the Addressers.:JOHNWOLCOT
In Memoriam. xlviii. Stanza 4.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
Matthew vii. 6.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Isaiah iii. 15.:NEWTESTAMENT
King Richard II. Act iii. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
The Task. Book iii. The Garden. Line 41.:ERASMUSDARWIN
Meditations. ix. 7.:TERTULLIANAD
Venus and Adonis. Line 1027.:FRANCISBACON
Jacula Prudentum.:IZAAKWALTON
No Wit, no Help, like a Woman's. Act ii. Sc. 2.:SIRHENRYWOTTON
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. Canto i. Stanza 5.:WILLIAMKNOX
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. Canto iv. Stanza 23.:WILLIAMKNOX
Antony and Cleopatra. Act ii. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
De Ira. ii. 33.:PHDRUSAD
Second Speech on Foot's Resolution, Jan. 26, 1830. P. 317.:JANETAYLOR
Toll slowly.:ABRAHAMLINCOLN
The Odyssey of Homer. Book iii. Line 285.:JOHNGAY
Paradise Regained. Book ii. Line 228.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Peter Bell. Prologue. Stanza 1.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
King Lear. Act iv. Sc. 7.:FRANCISBACON
Don Quixote. Part i. Book iii. Chap. viii.:BARTHOLOMEWSCHIDONI
Meditations. iv. 36.:TERTULLIANAD
Psalm cxlvi. 3.:NEWTESTAMENT
Letters. Book ii. Letter iii. 9.:MARCUSAURELIUSANTONINUSAD
1 Corinthians v. 3.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Isaiah xxviii. 10.:NEWTESTAMENT
Lady Holland's Memoir. Vol. i. p. 157.:JHOOKHAMFRERE
Hudibras. Part i. Canto i. Line 93.:SIRWILLIAMDAVENANT
Tour to the Hebrides. Sept. 20, 1773.:LORDLYTTLETON
Love's Labour's Lost. Act i. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
Matthew xv. 27.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Luke xvi. 8.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Job vii. 16.:NEWTESTAMENT
Life of Sertorius.:EPICTETUSAD
She Wou'd and She Wou'd Not. Act iv.:SIRRICHARDSTEELE
Natural History. Book ii. Sect. 1.:QUINTILIANAD
Paradise Regained. Book ii. Line 220.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Maxim 274.:SENECABCAD
Hippolytus. Frag. 436.:MIMNERMUSTRAGEDIAN
The Biglow Papers. First Series. No. iii.:CHARLESKINGSLEY
King Richard III. Act iv. Sc. 3.:FRANCISBACON
The Boys.:ROBERTCWINTHROP
Maxim 78.:JDELAFONTAINE
Love of Fame. Satire i. Line 51.:BISHOPBERKELEY
Life of Johnson_ (Boswell). _Vol. vii. Chap. iv. 1778.:LORDLYTTLETON
Adelphoe. Act iii. Sc. 3, 61._ (_415._):CICEROBC
Memoranda from his Life, by Moore, Chap. xiv.:WILLIAMKNOX
The Iliad of Homer. Book v. Line 16.:JOHNGAY
The King who became Just. Fable ix.:HESIODBC
Veto of Dependent Pension Bill, July 5, 1888.:FRANCISBRETHARTE
Sentimental Journey. Page 1.:WILLIAMSHENSTONE
Peter Bell the Third. Part vii. xi.:JHOWARDPAYNE
The Honest Whore. Part ii. Act i. Sc. 2.:BISHOPHALL
Ovid, Metamorphoses, Book xv. The Worship of Æsculapius, Line 155.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
Table Talk. Libels.:WILLIAMDRUMMOND
Philippians iv. 11.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Ode. Intimations of Immortality. Stanza 10.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
Isaiah xxii. 13.:NEWTESTAMENT
Paradise Lost. Book i. Line 549.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
The Mourning Bride. Act i. Sc. 1.:SAMUELGARTH
Life let us cherish.:HBCONSTANT
Life of Pericles.:EPICTETUSAD
Dialogue, between Heraclitus and Democritus.:MIGUELDECERVANTES
The Iliad of Homer. Book viii. Line 371.:JOHNGAY
Present State of the Law, Feb. 7, 1828.:PAULMOONJAMES
King Lear. Act iii. Sc. 6.:FRANCISBACON
L'Allegro. Line 36.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Ode on the Pleasure arising from Vicissitude. Line 93.:DAVIDGARRICK
Twelfth Night. Act v. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
The Minstrel. Book ii. Stanza 17.:JOHNADAMS
Tale of a Tub. Dedication.:WILLIAMCONGREVE
Pleasures of Hope. Part ii. Line 37.:HENRYCLAY
Life of Johnson_ (Boswell). _Vol. viii. Chap. v. 1784.:LORDLYTTLETON
Faerie Queene. Book vii. Canto xi. St. 33.:RICHARDHOOKER
All Fools. Act v. Sc. 1.:WILLIAMWARNER
Amphitryon. Act iii. Sc. 1.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
The King's Message, Dec. 12, 1826.:WILLIAMROBERTSPENCER
Psalm xlii. 7.:NEWTESTAMENT
Maxim 1070.:SENECABCAD
The Meeting of the Waters.:LORDDENMAN
Antony and Cleopatra. Act iii. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
The Odyssey of Homer. Book xxiv. Line 557.:JOHNGAY
Epistle to Dr. Arbuthnot. Prologue to the Satires. Line 1.:JOHNGAY
Meditations. iv. 38.:TERTULLIANAD
Excelsior.:JOHNGWHITTIER
Ecclesiastes v. 12.:NEWTESTAMENT
Don Quixote. Part ii. Chap. lxxiv.:BARTHOLOMEWSCHIDONI
Proverbs xxvii. 1.:NEWTESTAMENT
Anatomy of Melancholy. Part i. Sect. 2, Memb. 1, Subsect. 2.:SIRTHOMASOVERBURY
To the Reader.:MICHAELDEMONTAIGNE
The Borough. Letter xii. Players.:GEORGEBARRINGTON
The Fireside. Stanza 3.:HENRYFIELDING
Reflections on the Revolution in France. Vol. iii. p. 332.:CHARLESCHURCHILL
Ecclesiastes xi. 4.:NEWTESTAMENT
Meditations. viii. 22.:TERTULLIANAD
Hudibras. Part ii. Canto iii. Line 1.:SIRWILLIAMDAVENANT
Commentaries. Job vi.:RICHARDBENTLEY
Detached Thoughts on Books.:JAMESSMITH
Thoughts. Chap. iv. 6.:NICHOLASBOILEAUDESPREAUX
The Little Cloud.:SAMUELTAYLORCOLERIDGE
The Grave. Part i. Line 109.:JAMESTHOMSON
The Seasons. Summer. Line 47.:JOHNDYER
Elegy on Mrs. Killegrew. Line 56.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
Prologue to The Drummer.:NICHOLASROWE
Measure for Measure. Act iv. Sc. 4.:FRANCISBACON
The Ignorant Physician. Fable viii.:HESIODBC
Romans xiii. 10.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
From Anacreon, ii. Drinking.:RALPHVENNING
Romans xiv. 5.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Job xx. 12.:NEWTESTAMENT
Essay on Criticism. Part ii. Line 53.:JOHNGAY
Lady of the Lake. Canto i. Stanza 17.:JAMESMONTGOMERY
Pleasures of Hope. Part ii. Line 21.:HENRYCLAY
Letter on the Stamp Act, July 1, 1765.:NATHANIELCOTTON
L'Avare. Act v. Sc. 5.:BLAISEPASCAL
The Autocrat of the Breakfast-Table. vi.:ROBERTCWINTHROP
Symposiacs. Book viii. Question ix.:EPICTETUSAD
Revelry in India.:ALFREDDOMETT
Arcadia. Book iii.:CYRILTOURNEUR
Moral Essays. Epistle iii. Line 282.:JOHNGAY
John Anderson.:WILLIAMPITT
Argument on the Murder of Captain White. Vol. vi. p. 105.:JANETAYLOR
An allusion to Horace, Satire x. Book i.:SHEFFIELDDUKEOFBUCKINGHAMSHIRE
The Rose that all are praising.:THOMASDRUMMOND
Andria. Act iv. Sc. 1, 12._ (_636._):CICEROBC
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. Canto ii. Stanza 2.:WILLIAMKNOX
Magnyfycence. Line 1954.:JOHNHEYWOOD
Paradise Lost. Book ix. Line 278.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
The Task. Book iv. The Winter Evening, Line 510.:ERASMUSDARWIN
Commentaries. Job iii.:RICHARDBENTLEY
Romeo and Juliet. Act ii. Sc. 6.:FRANCISBACON
Don Juan. Canto i. Stanza 17.:WILLIAMKNOX
King Henry VI. Part I. Act i. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
Satires, Epistles, and Odes of Horace. Epistle i. Book ii. Line 267.:JOHNGAY
1 Corinthians xiii. 4.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Night thoughts. Night i. Line 67.:BISHOPBERKELEY
The Rape of the Lock. Canto ii. Line 7.:JOHNGAY
Hudibras. Part ii. Canto iii. Line 923.:SIRWILLIAMDAVENANT
At a Funeral. No. ii.:WASHINGTONIRVING
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. Canto iv. Stanza 78.:WILLIAMKNOX
Pleasures of Hope. Part ii. Line 325.:HENRYCLAY
Toast at the Charleston Bar Dinner, May 10, 1847. Vol. ii. p. 394.:JANETAYLOR
Moral Essays. Epistle ii. Line 243.:JOHNGAY
Endymion. Chap. lxx.:ROBERTMONTGOMERY
Prior's Life of Burke_ (1790).:SAMUELJOHNSON
Luke x. 42.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
All's Well that Ends Well. Act v. Sc. 3.:FRANCISBACON
Thalaba. Book i. Stanza 1.:CHARLESLAMB
Gammer Gurton's Needle._[22-2] _Act ii.:THOMASSTERNHOLD
Ars Poetica. 139.:OVIDBCAD
Annus Mirabilis. Stanza 39.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
Lady of the Lake. Canto i. Stanza 21.:JAMESMONTGOMERY
On a Girdle.:THOMASFULLER
Prologue to Crisp's Tragedy of Virginia.:WILLIAMBRHODES
Don Juan. Canto xiii. Stanza 95.:WILLIAMKNOX
Pilgrim's Progress. Part ii.:SIRWILLIAMTEMPLE
On a Distant Prospect of Eton College. Stanza 1.:DAVIDGARRICK
The Rape of the Lock. Canto i. Line 134.:JOHNGAY
Proverbs xviii. 22.:NEWTESTAMENT
Psalm xcvii. 1.:NEWTESTAMENT
Essay on Man. Epistle iv. Line 261.:JOHNGAY
Paradise Lost. Book ii. Line 1021.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Sonnet lxvi.:FRANCISBACON
Comus. Line 373.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Job xxxii. 9.:NEWTESTAMENT
Life of Coriolanus.:EPICTETUSAD
No Wit, no Help, like a Woman's. Act ii. Sc. 1.:SIRHENRYWOTTON
Paradise Lost. Book iv. Line 846.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Letter to Josiah Quincy, Sept. 11, 1773.:NATHANIELCOTTON
The Ring and the Book. The Pope. Line 590.:CHARLESDICKENS
Don Juan. Canto iii. Stanza 86. 3.:WILLIAMKNOX
Paradise Lost. Book xi. Line 535.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
The Traveller. Line 172.:THOMASWARTON
Andria. Act i. Sc. 1, 45._ (_72._):CICEROBC
This World is all a fleeting Show.:LORDDENMAN
Love of Fame. Satire vii. Line 55.:BISHOPBERKELEY
Curiosity.:PERCYBYSSHESHELLEY
Symposiacs. Book. viii. Question ix.:EPICTETUSAD
My heart leaps up when I behold.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
Apophthegms of Kings and Great Commanders. Pelopidas.:EPICTETUSAD
Matthew xx. 12.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Psalm xc. 4.:NEWTESTAMENT
Matthew xvi. 3.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
The Iliad of Homer. Book xiv. Line 251.:JOHNGAY
The Passions. Line 1.:JAMESMERRICK
The Tempest. Act ii. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
Pittacus. vii.:ATHENUSAD
A Vision of Poets.:ABRAHAMLINCOLN
Don Juan. Canto ii. Stanza 199.:WILLIAMKNOX
Childe Roland to the Dark Tower came. xxxiii.:CHARLESDICKENS
The Theogony. Line 910.:THEOGNISBC
Satires, Epistles, and Odes of Horace. Satire vi. Book ii. Line 220.:JOHNGAY
Bias. v.:ATHENUSAD
Resolution and Independence. Stanza 17.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
Motto of the American Copyright League_ (written Nov. 20, 1885).:CHARLESKINGSLEY
Oroonoka. Act ii. Sc. 1.:MATHEWHENRY
Of Seditions.:THOMASMIDDLETON
Frag. 135_ (trans. by Plumptre).:SOPHOCLESBC
Psalm lxxxv. 10.:NEWTESTAMENT
Tom Jones. Book x. chap. viii.:WILLIAMPITTEARLOFCHATHAM
Lay of the Last Minstrel. Canto iii. Stanza 24.:JAMESMONTGOMERY
Agricola. 30.:PLINYTHEYOUNGERAD
King Richard III. Act iv. Sc. 4.:FRANCISBACON
Of Revenge.:THOMASMIDDLETON
Paradise Regained. Book iv. Line 327.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Natural History, Book vii. Sect. 8.:QUINTILIANAD
Conquest by Flight.:WILLIAMBROWNE
Paradise Lost. Book xi. Line 414.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Ecclesiasticus ix. 10.:NEWTESTAMENT
Speech, July 17, 1850. P. 437.:JANETAYLOR
Hamlet. Act iv. Sc. 4.:FRANCISBACON
Sir Launcelot and Queen Guinevere.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
Fables. Part i. The Mother, the Nurse, and the Fairy.:LADYMARYWORTLEYMONTAGU
Zeno. lii.:ATHENUSAD
Moral Essays. Epistle ii. Line 15.:JOHNGAY
Job vii. 6.:NEWTESTAMENT
The Wife of Bath. Her Prologue. Line 369.:JOHNGAY
Psalm xix. 6.:NEWTESTAMENT
Ill Omens.:LORDDENMAN
Epigram.:CHARLESKINGSLEY
Il Penseroso. Line 141.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Locksley Hall. Line 94.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
Paradise Lost. Book iii. Line 1.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
1 Corinthians xiv. 8.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Lothair. Chap. xxxv.:ROBERTMONTGOMERY
The Odyssey of Homer. Book iv. Line 397.:JOHNGAY
Psalm xc. 10.:NEWTESTAMENT
Mynheer Vandunck.:JAMESHURDIS
Divine Songs. Song xx.:SIRROBERTWALPOLE
Absalom and Achitophel. Part i. Line 512.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
A Poet's Epitaph. Stanza 11.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
Morning Prayer.:TATEANDBRADY
Maxim 283.:SENECABCAD
The Bard. I. 3, Line 12.:DAVIDGARRICK
Judges xv. 8.:NEWTESTAMENT
Comus. Line 205.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
To Mr. West. Letter iv. Third Series.:DAVIDGARRICK
Paradise Lost. Book ii. Line 555.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Ion. Act i. Sc. 2.:THOMASCARLYLE
2 Timothy ii. 15.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Prologue to the Gamesters.:WILLIAMBRHODES
Psalm xvi. 6.:NEWTESTAMENT
Lycidas. Line 37.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Eloisa to Abelard. Line 51.:JOHNGAY
Book ii. Chap. xx. That we taste nothing pure.:DUBARTAS
Macbeth. Act v. Sc. 5.:FRANCISBACON
Sonnet cxvi.:FRANCISBACON
New England Reformers.:RICHARDHENGESTHORNE
Hebrews v. 12.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Epistle to Dr. Arbuthnot. Prologue to the Satires. Line 91.:JOHNGAY
Don Quixote. Part i. Book i. Chap. ii.:BARTHOLOMEWSCHIDONI
Hudibras. Part i. Canto i. Line 490.:SIRWILLIAMDAVENANT
Discourses. Chap. xvii.:TACITUSAD
Apparent Failure. vii.:CHARLESDICKENS
Pizarro. The Prologue.:PHILIPFRENEAU
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. Canto iv. Stanza 115.:WILLIAMKNOX
L'Allegro. Line 143.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Prospice.:CHARLESDICKENS
Maxim 338.:SENECABCAD
Macbeth. Act i. Sc. 7.:FRANCISBACON
Don Juan. Canto v. Stanza 47.:WILLIAMKNOX
Hudibras. Part ii. Canto ii. Line 79.:SIRWILLIAMDAVENANT
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. Canto iv. Stanza 183.:WILLIAMKNOX
Supposititious Speech of James Otis. The Rebels, Chap. iv.:DOUGLASJERROLD
The Captivity. Act ii.:THOMASWARTON
The Death of the Flowers.:JOSEPHRODMANDRAKE
Anatomy of Melancholy. Part iii. Sect. 4, Memb. 1, Subsect. 3.:SIRTHOMASOVERBURY
OEdipus Coloneus, 880.:EURIPIDESBC
As You Like It. Act ii. Sc. 3.:FRANCISBACON
Essay on Man. Epistle i. Line 123.:JOHNGAY
Meditations. iv. 3.:TERTULLIANAD
Why the Oracles cease to give Answers.:EPICTETUSAD
Hell. Canto v. Line 121.:FRANOISVILLON
In Memoriam. lv. Stanza 4.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
Commentaries. Vol. i. Book i. Chap. xiii. § 418.:JOHNHOME
Polite Conversation. Dialogue iii.:WILLIAMCONGREVE
Translation of Gil Blas. Book x. Chap. 1.:SIRWILLIAMBLACKSTONE
Don Juan. Canto ii. Stanza 186.:WILLIAMKNOX
Tales. Tale vii. The Widow's Tale.:GEORGEBARRINGTON
Discourses. Chap. xxiv.:TACITUSAD
Chatham Correspondence. Speech, March 2, 1770.:SAMUELJOHNSON
Jeremiah xiii. 23.:NEWTESTAMENT
Don Juan. Canto i. Stanza 5.:WILLIAMKNOX
Essay on Criticism. Part ii. Line 266.:JOHNGAY
Life of Johnson_ (Boswell). _Vol. vi. Chap. ix. 1777.:LORDLYTTLETON
Much Ado about Nothing. Act iii. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
1 Corinthians xiii. 12.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Table-Talk. clvi.:FRANCISRABELAIS
Commentaries. Timothy i.:RICHARDBENTLEY
Hamlet. Act iii. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
King Henry IV. Part II. Act i. Sc. 3.:FRANCISBACON
The Rivals. Act iv. Sc. 2.:PHILIPFRENEAU
Cymon and Iphigenia. Line 400.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
Davideis. Book i. Line 25.:RALPHVENNING
The Merchant of Venice. Act iii. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
King Henry IV. Part I. Act v. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
King Henry VIII. Act v. Sc. 5.:FRANCISBACON
Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme. Act iv. Sc. 1.:BLAISEPASCAL
Essays. First Series. Circles.:RICHARDHENGESTHORNE
Book ii. Chap. viii. Of the Affection of Fathers.:DUBARTAS
Ecclesiastical Sonnets. Part i. xxv. Missions and Travels.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
Essay on Criticism. Part i. Line 9.:JOHNGAY
Le Tartuffe. Act iii. Sc. 3.:BLAISEPASCAL
The Needless Alarm. Moral.:ERASMUSDARWIN
1 Kings vi. 7.:NEWTESTAMENT
The Ancient Mariner. Part vi.:JOSIAHQUINCY
Paradise Lost. Book iv. Line 598.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Works. Book v. Chapter x.:MICHAELDEMONTAIGNE
Paradise Lost. Book iv. Line 96.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Life of Johnson_ (Boswell). _Vol. vi. Chap. iii. 1776.:LORDLYTTLETON
The Spanish Friar. Act iii. Sc. 2.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
Second Week, Second Day, Part ii.:MIGUELDECERVANTES
Book ii. Chap. xxxvii. Of the Resemblance of Children to their Fathers.:DUBARTAS
On the Receipt of my Mother's Picture.:ERASMUSDARWIN
Cupid and Campaspe. Act v. Sc. 1.:SIRPHILIPSIDNEY
Don Quixote. Part ii. Chap. xxxiii.:BARTHOLOMEWSCHIDONI
The Iliad of Homer. Book ix. Line 535.:JOHNGAY
Speech in Parliament, Jan. 15, 1855.:ROBERTBROWNING
Faerie Queene. Book i. Canto viii. St. 11.:RICHARDHOOKER
Maxim 146.:JDELAFONTAINE
Ars Poetica. 102.:OVIDBCAD
An Humorous Day's Mirth.:WILLIAMWARNER
Three Warnings.:CHARLESMORRIS
Rubáiyát. Stanza xix.:ALPHONSOTHEWISE
Oriental Eclogues. 1, Line 5.:JAMESMERRICK
The Prophecy of Famine. Line 86.:WILLIAMCOWPER
On a Tear.:JOHNFERRIAR
Ibid., No. 14.:JOSIAHQUINCY
King Henry VI. Part III. Act v. Sc. 6.:FRANCISBACON
Genesis xiii. 8.:NEWTESTAMENT
Prospectus of the Public Liberator, 1830.:MARYHOWITT
Coriolanus. Act iii. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
Life of Johnson_ (Boswell). _Vol. ii. Chap. iii. 1759.:LORDLYTTLETON
Rob Roy. Chap. xx.:JAMESMONTGOMERY
Alexander's Feast. Line 37.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
Canterbury Tales. Prologue. Line 95.:THOMASKEMPIS
Psalm xc. 12.:NEWTESTAMENT
The Tempest. Act v. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
Matthew vi. 24.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
On the Sublime and Beautiful. Sect. xviii. vol. i. p. 231.:CHARLESCHURCHILL
Moral Essays. Epistle ii. Line 97.:JOHNGAY
Don Quixote. Part ii. Chap. xl.:BARTHOLOMEWSCHIDONI
Preface to the Elements of Architecture.:RICHARDBARNFIELD
Matthew xiii. 46.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Eternal Justice. Stanza 4.:ELLENSTURGISHOOPER
Martyrdom of John Rogers. Burned at Smithfield, Feb. 14, 1554.:TRANSLATIONS
Venus and Adonis. Line 145.:FRANCISBACON
1 Thessalonians iv. 11.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
The Odyssey of Homer. Book xi. Line 153.:JOHNGAY
Of Custom and Education.:THOMASMIDDLETON
Marmion. Canto ii. Stanza 27.:JAMESMONTGOMERY
Merope. Act i. Sc. 3.:MADAMEDUDEFFAND
Britannia Triumphans. Page 15. 1637.:SIRTHOMASBROWNE
The Seasons. Autumn. Line 2.:JOHNDYER
Paradise Lost. Book ix. Line 171.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Translation from Frithiof's Saga.:JOHNGWHITTIER
Proverbes. Part ii. Chap. ii.:THOMASTUSSER
Ode to Tranquillity.:JOSIAHQUINCY
The Nice Valour. Act iii. Sc. 3.:ROBERTBURTON
Rokeby. Canto vi. Stanza 21.:JAMESMONTGOMERY
The Passions. Line 95.:JAMESMERRICK
Numbers xxii. 28.:NEWTESTAMENT
Wilhelm Meister. Book iii. Chap. i.:MADAMEROLAND
To Althea from Prison, ii.:ABRAHAMCOWLEY
Second Speech on Foot's Resolution, Jan. 26, 1830. Vol. iii. p. 342.:JANETAYLOR
Ecclesiastes vii. 14.:NEWTESTAMENT
Pythagoras. xxv.:ATHENUSAD
The Seasons. Summer. Line 81.:JOHNDYER
The True-Born Englishman. Part i. Line 1.:TOMBROWN
Ecclesiastes vii. 16.:NEWTESTAMENT
New England.:JAMESRUSSELLLOWELL
Psalm xciii. 4.:NEWTESTAMENT
L'Allegro. Line 85.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Prologue to Thomson's Coriolanus.:EDWARDMOORE
Abou Ben Adhem.:SAMUELWOODWORTH
Despatch to Washington. Before Spottsylvania Court House, May 11, 1864.:MATTHEWARNOLD
Paradise Lost. Book ix. Line 239.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
The Odyssey of Homer. Book iv. Line 118.:JOHNGAY
Tyrannic Love. Act i. Sc. 1.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
Book iii. Chap. xiii. Of Experience.:DUBARTAS
Lodgings for Single Gentlemen.:JAMESHURDIS
Every Man out of his Humour. Act ii. Sc. 1.:JOHNWEBSTER
Johnsoniana. Piozzi, 178.:LORDLYTTLETON
The Revenge. Act v. Sc. 2.:BISHOPBERKELEY
Meditations. iii. 9.:TERTULLIANAD
Love's Cure. Act iii. Sc. 2.:GEORGEWITHER
Comus. Line 707.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Town and Country.:AMTOPLADY
Sonnet composed at ---- Castle.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
Eloisa to Abelard. Line 74.:JOHNGAY
On the Death of Mr. William Harvey.:RALPHVENNING
Mazeppa. Stanza 10.:WILLIAMKNOX
Advancement of Learning. Book ii.:THOMASMIDDLETON
Epistolæ. 63, 16.:PHDRUSAD
In Memoriam. cv. Stanza 5.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
Tale of a Tub. Preface.:WILLIAMCONGREVE
The Battle of Lake Regillus.:JAWADE
Holy and Profane State. Of Marriage.:JOHNMILTON
Satires, ii. 2._ (_111._):OVIDBCAD
Diogenes of Apollonia. ii.:ATHENUSAD
Come, rest in this Bosom.:LORDDENMAN
The Winter's Tale. Act i. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
Conversation. Line 299.:ERASMUSDARWIN
Endymion. Chap. xcvi.:ROBERTMONTGOMERY
The Old Law. Act v. Sc. 1.:SIRHENRYWOTTON
Personal Talk. Stanza 3.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
The Comedy of Errors. Act ii. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
Agamemnon, 832.:SOPHOCLESBC
The Odyssey of Homer. Book viii. Line 192.:JOHNGAY
Paradise Lost. Book vi. Line 768.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
English Traits. Aristocracy.:RICHARDHENGESTHORNE
Don Quixote. Part i. Book iv. Chap. iv.:BARTHOLOMEWSCHIDONI
Meditations. ii. 7.:TERTULLIANAD
Retaliation. Line 96.:THOMASWARTON
Ruth i. 16.:NEWTESTAMENT
Lycidas. Line 66.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Titus Andronicus. Act i. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
Meditations. iv. 4.:TERTULLIANAD
Agamemnon, 1668.:SOPHOCLESBC
Religio Medici. Part i. Sect. lv.:EDMUNDWALLER
Rokeby. Canto iii. Stanza 15.:JAMESMONTGOMERY
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. Canto ii. Stanza 26.:WILLIAMKNOX
Isaiah lxiii. 3.:NEWTESTAMENT
Il Penseroso. Line 97.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Essay on Man. Epistle iv. Line 323.:JOHNGAY
Proverbs xv. 1.:NEWTESTAMENT
The Task. Book ii. The Timepiece. Line 702.:ERASMUSDARWIN
Meditations. ix. 3.:TERTULLIANAD
The Birth of Flattery.:GEORGEBARRINGTON
Proverbes. Part ii. Chap. iii.:THOMASTUSSER
Don Juan. Canto xi. Stanza 59.:WILLIAMKNOX
Luke xxiii. 50.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Xenocrates. iii.:ATHENUSAD
The Campaign. Line 291.:NICHOLASROWE
Come, wander with me.:LADYDUFFERIN
A Sketch.:WILLIAMKNOX
Works. Book iv. Chap. xxiii.:MICHAELDEMONTAIGNE
Matthew xvii. 4.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
The Odyssey of Homer. Book vii. Line 198.:JOHNGAY
James i. 12.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Hudibras. Part i. Canto i. Line 145.:SIRWILLIAMDAVENANT
The Iliad of Homer. Book vi. Line 624.:JOHNGAY
Cato. Act iv. Sc. 4.:NICHOLASROWE
Table Talk. Line 654.:ERASMUSDARWIN
The Iliad of Homer. Book xv. Line 852.:JOHNGAY
Some love to roam.:ELLENSTURGISHOOPER
The Castle of Indolence. Canto ii. Stanza 3.:JOHNDYER
Winifreda_ (1720).:EDMUNDBURKE
Sonnet xxxiii.:FRANCISBACON
Epistle 36. To Casulanus.:ALIBENABITALEB
King Henry IV. Part I. Act ii. Sc. 4.:FRANCISBACON
Commentaries. Genesis iii.:RICHARDBENTLEY
Letter to Bolingbroke, March 21, 1729.:WILLIAMCONGREVE
From Anacreon, vii. Gold.:RALPHVENNING
My Lady's Lamentation.:WILLIAMCONGREVE
Love's Labour's Lost. Act iv. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
Thoughts. Chap. x. 1.:NICHOLASBOILEAUDESPREAUX
A Midsummer Night's Dream. Act iii. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
Satires, Epistles, and Odes of Horace. Satire i. Book ii. Line 127.:JOHNGAY
Letters. Book v. Letter xix. 2.:MARCUSAURELIUSANTONINUSAD
Paradise Lost. Book viii. Line 508.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Measure for Measure. Act iv. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
Pleasures of Hope. Part i. Line 472.:HENRYCLAY
The Young Duke. Book i. Chap. v.:ROBERTMONTGOMERY
Psalm xix. 2.:NEWTESTAMENT
1 Kings xvii. 12.:NEWTESTAMENT
Epître ii.:ALAINRENLESAGE
Maxim 319.:SENECABCAD
Matthew ix. 37.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Hymn.:REGINALDHEBER
The Deserted Village. Line 183.:THOMASWARTON
Divine Songs. Song xvi.:SIRROBERTWALPOLE
Don Juan. Canto iii. Stanza 108.:WILLIAMKNOX
Proverbs xv. 17.:NEWTESTAMENT
Essays in Criticism. Heinrich Heine.:RUTHERFORDBHAYES
Art of Politics.:EARLOFCHESTERFIELD
Come here, Fond Youth.:THOMASJEFFERSON
Hudibras. Part iii. Canto ii. Line 175.:SIRWILLIAMDAVENANT
Proverbs xvi. 18.:NEWTESTAMENT
English Bards and Scotch Reviewers. Line 399.:WILLIAMKNOX
The Happy Marriage.:LAURENCESTERNE
Sound the loud Timbrel.:LORDDENMAN
The Rival Fools. Act v.:SIRRICHARDSTEELE
To the Dandelion.:CHARLESKINGSLEY
The Present Crisis.:CHARLESKINGSLEY
The Iliad of Homer. Book iv. Line 196.:JOHNGAY
To Gen. S. B. Buckner, Fort Donelson, Feb. 16, 1862.:MATTHEWARNOLD
Godiva.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
Epithalamion. Line 223.:RICHARDHOOKER
On the Divine Poems.:THOMASFULLER
The Talisman. Introduction.:JAMESMONTGOMERY
Psalm cvii. 23.:NEWTESTAMENT
Hebrews xi. 38.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Apophthegms of Kings and Great Commanders. Iphicrates.:EPICTETUSAD
Paradise Lost. Book v. Line 331.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Discourses. Chap. xiii.:TACITUSAD
Speech at the Diet of Worms.:FRANCISRABELAIS
The Odyssey of Homer. Book xxii. Line 382.:JOHNGAY
Elegy in a Country Churchyard. Stanza 10.:DAVIDGARRICK
Meditations. viii. 26.:TERTULLIANAD
Comus. Line 550.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
On visiting a Scene in Argyleshire.:HENRYCLAY
Epistle to Dr. Arbuthnot. Prologue to the Satires. Line 5.:JOHNGAY
1 Peter iii. 7.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
The Dead Pan.:ABRAHAMLINCOLN
The Seasons. Autumn. Line 229.:JOHNDYER
Seek and Find.:FRANCISQUARLES
America. Edinburgh Review, July, 1824.:JHOOKHAMFRERE
Paradise Lost. Book xi. Line 582.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Hudibras. Part ii. Canto i. Line 465.:SIRWILLIAMDAVENANT
Life of Lucullus.:EPICTETUSAD
Don Juan. Canto i. Stanza 117.:WILLIAMKNOX
The Tempest. Act iii. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
Rasselas. Chap. xvii.:LORDLYTTLETON
Paradise Lost. Book v. Line 71.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. Canto i. Stanza 86.:WILLIAMKNOX
Paradise Lost. Book iv. Line 810.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
King Henry IV. Part I. Act v. Sc. 4.:FRANCISBACON
Locksley Hall. Line 141.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
Discourses on Government. Chap. ii. Sect. xxiii.:WILLIAMWALKER
Æolus. Frag. 38.:MIMNERMUSTRAGEDIAN
Adelphoe. Act iii. Sc. 3, 77._ (_431._):CICEROBC
Not Love, not War.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
Proverbs x. 1.:NEWTESTAMENT
Luke iii. 9.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
The Deipnosophists. vi. 23.:SAINTAUGUSTINE
Declaration on taking up Arms in 1775.:WJMICKLE
Ecclesiastes xii. 1.:NEWTESTAMENT
Canterbury Tales. The Reves Tale. Line 4051.:THOMASKEMPIS
Night Thoughts. Night viii. Line 215.:BISHOPBERKELEY
The Prelude. Book vi.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
Pigges Corantoe, or Newes from the North.:TRANSLATIONS
Epistle to Congreve. Line 72.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
The Progress of Poesy. III. 3, Line 16.:DAVIDGARRICK
Antigone. Frag. 164.:MIMNERMUSTRAGEDIAN
Little Dorrit. Book ii. Chap. v.:CHRISTOPHERPCRANCH
Book ii. Chap. xi. Of Cruelty.:DUBARTAS
The Minstrel. Book i. Stanza 11.:JOHNADAMS
Lines left upon a Seat in a Yew-tree.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
King Henry VI. Part III. Act ii. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
On observing some Names of Little Note.:ERASMUSDARWIN
Walking with God.:ERASMUSDARWIN
The Task. Book iv. The Winter Evening. Line 297.:ERASMUSDARWIN
The Husbandman's Life.:RALPHWALDOEMERSON
Joel ii. 28.:NEWTESTAMENT
Faerie Queene. Book i. Canto viii. St. 40.:RICHARDHOOKER
Religio Medici. Part i. Sect. vi.:EDMUNDWALLER
Buy my Flowers.:BENJAMINDISRAELIEARLBEACONSFIELD
The Excursion. Book ii.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
Don Juan. Canto iv. Stanza 93.:WILLIAMKNOX
Matthew xxv. 29.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
The Deserted Village. Line 110.:THOMASWARTON
The Odyssey of Homer. Book xvii. Line 576.:JOHNGAY
Matthew vi. 21.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
The Anglo-French Alliance.:RALPHWALDOEMERSON
Malachi iv. 2.:NEWTESTAMENT
The Iliad of Homer. Book xxiii. Line 929.:JOHNGAY
The Silent Land.:JOSEPHFOUCH
The Wanderer of Switzerland. Part v.:SAMUELTAYLORCOLERIDGE
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. Canto i. Stanza 82.:WILLIAMKNOX
Dolcino to Margaret.:ULYSSESSGRANT
Natural History. Book ii. Sect. 20.:QUINTILIANAD
The Merchant of Venice. Act i. Sc. 3.:FRANCISBACON
Ecclesiastes iii. 1.:NEWTESTAMENT
Romans xiii. 1.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
The Dunciad. Book i. Line 139.:JOHNGAY
King Richard II. Act ii. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
In Memoriam. vi. Stanza 2.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
The Seasons. Autumn. Line 233.:JOHNDYER
To Lucasta, on going to the Wars.:ABRAHAMCOWLEY
The Odyssey of Homer. Book viii. Line 366.:JOHNGAY
On a Distant Prospect of Eton College. Stanza 5.:DAVIDGARRICK
Boston Hymn. 1863.:RICHARDHENGESTHORNE
Don Quixote. Part ii. Chap. lxii.:BARTHOLOMEWSCHIDONI
King Henry V. Act v. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
Hearts of Oak.:WILLIAMBRHODES
Speech, 1850_ (referring to the Compromise Measures).:FSKEY
Commentaries. Matthew ii.:RICHARDBENTLEY
1 Timothy v. 8.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Essay on Criticism. Part i. Line 60.:JOHNGAY
King Richard II. Act iii. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
The Deserted Village. Line 99.:THOMASWARTON
Book iii. Chap. xii. Of Physiognomy.:DUBARTAS
Life of Johnson_ (Boswell). _Vol. ii. Chap. ii. 1755.:LORDLYTTLETON
Romeo and Juliet. Act i. Sc. 4.:FRANCISBACON
The Beech-Tree's Petition.:HENRYCLAY
Upon Cromwell's return from Ireland.:JOSEPHHENSHAW
Jeremiah xv. 10.:NEWTESTAMENT
The Iliad of Homer. Book vii. Line 364.:JOHNGAY
John i. 46.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
To the Memory of an Unfortunate Lady. Line 1.:JOHNGAY
Psalm lv. 21.:NEWTESTAMENT
Hudibras. Part i. Canto iii. Line 309.:SIRWILLIAMDAVENANT
Psalm xxxi. 20.:NEWTESTAMENT
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. Canto iii. Stanza 32.:WILLIAMKNOX
Marmion. Canto vi. Stanza 30.:JAMESMONTGOMERY
Opera of La Bayadère.:TRANSLATIONS
Sophonisba. Act iii. Sc. 2.:JOHNDYER
A Summer's Evening Meditation.:THOMASJEFFERSON
Paradise Lost. Book ix. Line 24.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Proverbs xxiii. 21.:NEWTESTAMENT
Psalm xvii. 8.:NEWTESTAMENT
The Iliad of Homer. Book xx. Line 278.:JOHNGAY
Night Thoughts. Night iv. Line 233.:BISHOPBERKELEY
Life of Herbert.:JAMESSHIRLEY
1 Kings xx. 11.:NEWTESTAMENT
Galatians iv. 18.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
The Theogony. Line 27.:THEOGNISBC
Apophthegms of Kings and Great Commanders. Cleomenes.:EPICTETUSAD
Venice Preserved. Act i. Sc. 1.:ANDREWFLETCHEROFSALTOUN
Epistle to Elizabeth, Countess of Rutland.:JOHNWEBSTER
Don Juan. Canto xiii. Stanza 11.:WILLIAMKNOX
Twelfth Night. Act ii. Sc. 4.:FRANCISBACON
Commentaries. Psalm lviii.:RICHARDBENTLEY
Ode on the Death of the Duke of Wellington. Stanza 8.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
Speech on the Conciliation of America. Vol. ii. p. 117.:CHARLESCHURCHILL
The Laird o' Cockpen.:ANDREWJACKSON
Old Dobbin.:NATHANIELPWILLIS
Ode on Mrs. Oswald.:WILLIAMPITT
Historie of the World. Book v. Part 1.:EDMUNDSPENSER
Mark iii. 25.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Chrononhotonthologos. Act i. Sc. 3.:DANIELDEFOE
The Castle of Indolence. Canto i. Stanza 30.:JOHNDYER
On the Collar of a Dog.:JOHNGAY
Maud. Part i. ii.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
Paradise Lost. Book ii. Line 112.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Alma. Canto iii. Line 13.:JOHNPOMFRET
Holy and Profane State. Of Tombs.:JOHNMILTON
The Traveller. Line 137.:THOMASWARTON
On the Prospect of Planting Arts and Learning in America.:JANEBRERETON
The Iliad of Homer. Book ix. Line 725.:JOHNGAY
The Seasons. Spring. Line 996.:JOHNDYER
The Ancient Mariner. Part i.:JOSIAHQUINCY
Lady Holland's Memoir. Vol. i. p. 363.:JHOOKHAMFRERE
Translation of Calderon's Magico Prodigioso. Scene i.:JHOWARDPAYNE
Britannia Rediviva. Line 208.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
Presentiments.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
Don Juan. Canto iv. Stanza 12.:WILLIAMKNOX
The Task. Book iv. The Winter Evening. Line 765.:ERASMUSDARWIN
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. Canto iii. Stanza 107.:WILLIAMKNOX
Beppo. Stanza 80.:WILLIAMKNOX
Albion's England. Book viii. chap. xli. stanza 53.:SIRRICHARDHOLLAND
Maxim 144.:SENECABCAD
Measure for Measure. Act iii. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
1 Corinthians xiii. 9.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
The Assembly of Fowles. Line 1.:THOMASKEMPIS
The Hypocrite. Act v. Sc. 1.:JAMESBEATTIE
Poor Jack.:HANNAHMORE
Speech at the Charleston Bar Dinner, May 10, 1847. Vol. ii. p. 393.:JANETAYLOR
Don Juan. Canto i. Stanza 212.:WILLIAMKNOX
Essay on Man. Epistle ii. Line 205.:JOHNGAY
Anatomy of Melancholy. Part i. Sect. 3, Memb. 1, Subsect. 2.:SIRTHOMASOVERBURY
Epistle to Dr. Arbuthnot. Prologue to the Satires. Line 283.:JOHNGAY
Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire_ (1776). _Chap. lxxi.:THOMASPAINE
Threnodia Augustalis. Line 124.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
Paradise Regained. Book iv. Line 244.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Letter to Miss Georgiana Shipley, September, 1772.:NATHANIELCOTTON
Matthew xxii. 5.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Ecclesiastes xi. 3.:NEWTESTAMENT
The Task. Book ii. The Timepiece. Line 642.:ERASMUSDARWIN
Psalm lx. 11; cviii. 12.:NEWTESTAMENT
King Lear. Act i. Sc. 4.:FRANCISBACON
The Last Leaf.:ROBERTCWINTHROP
Women and Roses.:CHARLESDICKENS
A Better Answer.:JOHNPOMFRET
The Revenge. Act i. Sc. 1.:BISHOPBERKELEY
The Deipnosophists. xiv. 46.:SAINTAUGUSTINE
Julius Cæsar. Act iv. Sc. 3.:FRANCISBACON
The Iliad of Homer. Book vi. Line 467.:JOHNGAY
The Odyssey of Homer. Book iv. Line 936.:JOHNGAY
The Psalter. Psalm lv. 14.:TATEANDBRADY
Resolution adopted by the Antislavery Society, Jan. 27, 1843.:MARYHOWITT
Love's Cure. Act ii. Sc. 2.:GEORGEWITHER
Paradise Lost. Book ii. Line 719.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
De Carne Christi. c. 5.:DIOGENESLAERTIUSAD
Natural History. Book xviii. Sect. 31.:QUINTILIANAD
Job x. 21.:NEWTESTAMENT
When thy Beauty appears.:BARTONBOOTH
Maud. Part i. vi. Stanza 6.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
Meditations. ix. 19.:TERTULLIANAD
Spectator. No. 266.:JOSEPHADDISON
Ode for Ben Jonson.:FRANCISQUARLES
Essay on Criticism. Part i. Line 152.:JOHNGAY
Works. Book i. Chap. xlvi.:MICHAELDEMONTAIGNE
So we 'll go.:WILLIAMKNOX
Prometheus, 1032.:SOPHOCLESBC
Written on a Blank Leaf of Dugdale's Monasticon.:THOMASPERCY
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. Canto iii. Stanza 5.:WILLIAMKNOX
To the Hon. Charles Montague.:JOHNPOMFRET
Letter, April, 1851.:JANETAYLOR
Much Ado about Nothing. Act iii. Sc. 5.:FRANCISBACON
Eunuchus. Act iii. Sc. 1, 21._ (_411._):CICEROBC
Elegy in a Country Churchyard. Stanza 21.:DAVIDGARRICK
Psalm xxxvii. 25.:NEWTESTAMENT
Solon. xvi.:ATHENUSAD
Don Quixote. Part ii. Chap. xxxi.:BARTHOLOMEWSCHIDONI
The Roman Actor. Act iii. Sc. 2.:THOMASHEYWOOD
Contemplations. Book iv. The veil of Moses.:JOHNFLETCHER
Hymn. Line 1.:JOHNDYER
Proverbs xxiv. 5.:NEWTESTAMENT
I hae a Wife o' my Ain.:WILLIAMPITT
The Campaign. Last line.:NICHOLASROWE
Maxim 322.:SENECABCAD
Ode. On a Sermon against Glory. Stanza ii.:TOBIASSMOLLETT
Don Juan. Canto iv. Stanza 110.:WILLIAMKNOX
The Iliad of Homer. Book xx. Line 304.:JOHNGAY
Anatomy of Melancholy. Part iii. Sect. 2, Memb. 2, Subsect. 5.:SIRTHOMASOVERBURY
Psalm lxxiii. 20.:NEWTESTAMENT
Valentine's Day.:JAMESSMITH
In Memoriam. xxiii. Stanza 4.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
Genesis xviii. 11.:NEWTESTAMENT
Luke ii. 14.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
The Dunciad. Book i. Line 279.:JOHNGAY
The Two Noble Kinsmen. Act i. Sc. 1.:GEORGEWITHER
Paradise Lost. Book ii. Line 707.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Notes on some other Plays of Shakespeare.:JOSIAHQUINCY
Job xxix. 11.:NEWTESTAMENT
Pippa Passes. Part iii.:CHARLESDICKENS
Address to the Nightingale.:SIRJOHNDAVIES
Commentaries. Vol. i. Book i. Chap. xviii. § 472.:JOHNHOME
The Deipnosophists. xiii. 47.:SAINTAUGUSTINE
Twelfth Night. Act iv. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
Don Quixote. Part i. Book iv. Chap. x.:BARTHOLOMEWSCHIDONI
Table Talk. Humility.:WILLIAMDRUMMOND
Lady Holland's Memoir. Vol. i. p. 244.:JHOOKHAMFRERE
On a Distant Prospect of Eton College. Stanza 2.:DAVIDGARRICK
The Village Curate.:SAMUELROGERS
Oh that I had Wings.:LORDDENMAN
Works and Days. Line 353.:THEOGNISBC
Anything for a Quiet Life. Act v. Sc. 1.:SIRHENRYWOTTON
Character of Foster.:ROBERTBLAIR
The Odyssey of Homer. Book iv. Line 229.:JOHNGAY
King Henry IV. Part II. Act ii. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
The Psalter. Psalm lxviii. 6.:TATEANDBRADY
Isaiah xxi. 11.:NEWTESTAMENT
1 Kings ix. 7.:NEWTESTAMENT
The Eve of St. Agnes. Stanza 15.:THOMASNOONTALFOURD
Luke xxiv. 32.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Comus. Line 46.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
2 Samuel x. 5.:NEWTESTAMENT
The Ancient Mariner. Part vii.:JOSIAHQUINCY
The Progress of Error. Line 97.:ERASMUSDARWIN
Romans xii. 13.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
A Soul's Tragedy. Act ii.:CHARLESDICKENS
Frag. 440.:PUBLIUSSYRUSBC
Roderick Random. Chap. xl.:SIRWILLIAMBLACKSTONE
The Young May Moon.:LORDDENMAN
Cooper's Hill. Line 189.:RICHARDCRASHAW
Persius. Satire v. Line 246.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
Speech on the Petition of the Unitarians. Vol. vii. p. 50.:CHARLESCHURCHILL
While I listen to thy Voice.:THOMASFULLER
Jeannie Morrison.:THOMASHAYNESBAYLY
Notes on Virginia. Query xviii. Manners.:JOSIAHQUINCYJR
Ideas. An Allusion to the Eaglets. lxi.:CHRISTOPHERMARLOWE
Speech to both Houses of Congress, Jan. 8, 1790.:LORDTHURLOW
Address to the Mummy at Belzoni's Exhibition.:THOMASMOORE
On the Death of Joseph Rodman Drake.:CHARLESWOLFE
Meditations. iv. 18.:TERTULLIANAD
A Winter Night.:WILLIAMPITT
Moral Essays. Epistle iv. Line 43.:JOHNGAY
Johnsoniana. Hannah More. 467.:LORDLYTTLETON
Maxim 401.:SENECABCAD
The Princess. Prologue. Line 141.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
Holy and Profane State. Of Preferment.:JOHNMILTON
Michaelmas Term. Act iv. Sc. 1.:SIRHENRYWOTTON
Epicurus. xxv.:ATHENUSAD
Frag. 384.:SOPHOCLESBC
An Hymne in Honour of Beautie. Line 132.:RICHARDHOOKER
Ballad Stanzas.:LORDDENMAN
Anaxagoras. vi.:ATHENUSAD
The Leviathan. Part i. Chap. iv.:THOMASCAREW
Eunuchus. Act v. Sc. 7, 4._ (_1028._):CICEROBC
Suggested by a Picture of Peele Castle in a Storm. Stanza 4.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
Macbeth. Act v. Sc. 8.:FRANCISBACON
Retirement. Line 681.:ERASMUSDARWIN
Imitation of Christ. Book i. Chap. 19.:JOHNFORTESCUE
Hudibras. Part ii. Canto ii. Line 257.:SIRWILLIAMDAVENANT
Hymns in Prose. xiii.:THOMASJEFFERSON
Lady of the Lake. Canto iv. Stanza 1.:JAMESMONTGOMERY
Elegy in a Country Churchyard. Stanza 1.:DAVIDGARRICK
The Autocrat of the Breakfast-Table. viii.:ROBERTCWINTHROP
Meditations. ii. 13.:TERTULLIANAD
Genesis iii. 7.:NEWTESTAMENT
Troilus and Cressida. Act ii. Sc. 3.:FRANCISBACON
Philippians i. 21.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
To the Cuckoo.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
Pleasures of Hope. Part ii. Line 194.:HENRYCLAY
King Richard II. Act i. Sc. 3.:FRANCISBACON
Twelfth Night. Act iii. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
Discourses on Government. Chap. ii. Sect. xv.:WILLIAMWALKER
Maidenhood.:JOHNGWHITTIER
On the Death of Sheridan.:LORDDENMAN
The Monastery. Chap. xii.:JAMESMONTGOMERY
Eastward Ho. Act v. Sc. 1.:WILLIAMWARNER
Measure for Measure. Act i. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
Comus. Line 221.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Anatomy of Melancholy. Part ii. Sect. 2, Memb. 2.:SIRTHOMASOVERBURY
Antony and Cleopatra. Act i. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
Of Tea.:THOMASFULLER
Elegy in a Country Churchyard. Stanza 9.:DAVIDGARRICK
Essay on Criticism. Part iii. Line 12.:JOHNGAY
Satires, ii. 4, 15.:OVIDBCAD
Canterbury Tales. The Wif of Bathes Prologue. Line 6134.:THOMASKEMPIS
Paradise Regained. Book iv. Line 330.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Exodus ii. 22.:NEWTESTAMENT
A Grammarian's Funeral.:CHARLESDICKENS
Sonnet xvii.:FRANCISBACON
Don Juan. Canto ix. Stanza 64.:WILLIAMKNOX
Proverbs xv. 15.:NEWTESTAMENT
Maxim 280.:SENECABCAD
Il Penseroso. Line 120.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Discourse xi. Of Myself. St. xi.:RALPHVENNING
Romeo and Juliet. Act i. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
Comus. Line 748.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Ode to Duty.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
Rarely, rarely comest Thou.:JHOWARDPAYNE
Book iii. Chap. vii. Of the Inconveniences of Greatness.:DUBARTAS
Posthumous Poems.:FRANCISBEAUMONT
Midnight Mass.:JOHNGWHITTIER
Speech in the Virginia Convention, 1765.:EDWARDGIBBON
Alexander's Feast. Line 160.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
Satires, Epistles, and Odes of Horace. Epilogue to the Satires. Dialogue:JOHNGAY
Matthew xix. 24.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Macbeth. Act v. Sc. 6.:FRANCISBACON
Paradise Lost. Book ii. Line 51.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Of Discourse.:THOMASMIDDLETON
Romeo and Juliet. Act iii. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
Ode to the West Wind.:JHOWARDPAYNE
Socrates. v.:ATHENUSAD
Memoirs. Vol. i. p. 116.:THOMASPAINE
To Althea from Prison, iv.:ABRAHAMCOWLEY
Teach me to forget.:THOMASDRUMMOND
Job i. 6.:NEWTESTAMENT
Absalom and Achitophel. Part ii. Line 463.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
Romeo and Juliet. Act v. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
Matthew xvi. 2.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Queen Mab. iii.:JHOWARDPAYNE
Book ii. Chap. xxxvii. Of the Resemblance of Children to their:DUBARTAS
Comus. Line 93.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
The Seasons. Winter. Line 393.:JOHNDYER
Proverbs xvii. 22.:NEWTESTAMENT
Old Grimes.:LYDIAMARIACHILD
To an Afflicted Protestant Lady.:ERASMUSDARWIN
The Gentleman Usher. Act iv. Sc. 1.:WILLIAMWARNER
Romeo and Juliet. Act iii. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
A Day-Dream.:JOSIAHQUINCY
Matthew v. 43.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Psalm xxxix. 5.:NEWTESTAMENT
Thales. vii.:ATHENUSAD
The Iliad of Homer. Book i. Line 771.:JOHNGAY
The Exile of Erin.:HENRYCLAY
The Rivals. Act iii. Sc. 4.:PHILIPFRENEAU
Much Ado about Nothing. Act iii. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. Canto iii. Stanza 71.:WILLIAMKNOX
Don Quixote. Part ii. Chap. xxxvii.:BARTHOLOMEWSCHIDONI
Love of Fame. Satire i. Line 238.:BISHOPBERKELEY
King Henry VIII. Act v. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
The Rivals. Act iv. Sc. 1.:PHILIPFRENEAU
Locksley Hall. Line 137.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
Paradise Lost. Book iv. Line 55.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
The Taming of the Shrew. Act v. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
Maud Muller.:SALMONPCHASE
Fragments.:SIRWILLIAMDAVENANT
O'Connor's Child. Stanza 5.:HENRYCLAY
A Dissertation upon Roast Pig.:JAMESSMITH
The Friend. Sec. i. Essay 8.:JOSIAHQUINCY
On the Power of Sound. xii.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
Hamlet. Act i. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
Maxim 301.:SENECABCAD
Don Quixote. Part ii. Chap. xxxii.:BARTHOLOMEWSCHIDONI
Maxim 596.:SENECABCAD
Hail, Columbia!:WILLIAMWORDSWORTH
1 Kings xvii. 16.:NEWTESTAMENT
Motto of the Liberator, Vol. i. No. 1, 1831.:MARYHOWITT
Speech, Oct. 25, 1858.:WMPRAED
Divine Poems. On the Sacrament.:BENJONSON
The Wandering Pilgrim.:JOHNPOMFRET
The Dunciad. Book iv. Line 318.:JOHNGAY
The Iliad of Homer. Book vii. Line 485.:JOHNGAY
The Maid's Tragedy. Act iv. Sc. 1.:GEORGEWITHER
The Conquest of Granada. Part ii. Act i. Sc. 2.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
The Conduct of Life. Books.:RICHARDHENGESTHORNE
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. Canto iv. Stanza 108.:WILLIAMKNOX
Verses to Edmund Spenser.:EDMUNDSPENSER
Meditations. iv. 44.:TERTULLIANAD
Works and Days. Line 25.:THEOGNISBC
Frag. 146.:PUBLIUSSYRUSBC
Pericles. Act i. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
Character of the Happy Warrior.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
Hudibras. Part i. Canto i. Line 647.:SIRWILLIAMDAVENANT
The Bard. II. 1, Line 1.:DAVIDGARRICK
King Lear. Act iv. Sc. 6.:FRANCISBACON
The Odyssey of Homer. Book iii. Line 117.:JOHNGAY
Vicar of Wakefield. Chap. i.:THOMASWARTON
Satires, Epistles, and Odes of Horace. Satire i. Book ii. Line 69.:JOHNGAY
Paradise Lost. Book ii. Line 274.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
On the Grasshopper and Cricket.:THOMASNOONTALFOURD
The Spider and the Bee. Fable x.:LAURENCESTERNE
Essays in Rhyme._ (_On Morals and Manners. Prejudice._) _Essay i. Stanza:REGINALDHEBER
Review of Seybert's Annals of the United States, 1820.:JHOOKHAMFRERE
Preface to Corruption and Intolerance.:LORDDENMAN
Sonnet lxxiii.:FRANCISBACON
On the Study and Use of History. Letter 2.:GEORGEFARQUHAR
Dombey and Son. Chap. xxiii.:CHRISTOPHERPCRANCH
Isaiah ix. 15.:NEWTESTAMENT
Epistle to Dr. Arbuthnot. Prologue to the Satires. Line 201.:JOHNGAY
Essay on Man. Epistle iii. Line 303.:JOHNGAY
Discourses. Chap. vi.:TACITUSAD
Locksley Hall. Line 105.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
Euphues, page 207.:SIRPHILIPSIDNEY
Prologue to Mr. Addison's Cato.:JOHNGAY
Julian and Maddalo. Line 544.:JHOWARDPAYNE
Scorn not the Sonnet.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
Night thoughts. Night ii. Line 466.:BISHOPBERKELEY
The Task. Book i. The Sofa. Line 506.:ERASMUSDARWIN
The Honest Whore. Part i. Act i. Sc. 12.:BISHOPHALL
John xiv. 1.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Peveril of the Peak. Chap. xlii.:JAMESMONTGOMERY
Maxim 406.:SENECABCAD
Proverbs xxviii. 20.:NEWTESTAMENT
Meditations. vii. 67.:TERTULLIANAD
Meditations. ii. 14.:TERTULLIANAD
A Poet! He hath put his Heart to School.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
As You Like It. Act iv. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
Works. Book v. Chapter xxii.:MICHAELDEMONTAIGNE
Polite Conversation. Dialogue ii.:WILLIAMCONGREVE
Monody on the Death of Sheridan. Line 74.:WILLIAMKNOX
A Lover's Complaint. Line 120.:FRANCISBACON
Essay on Criticism. Part ii. Line 358.:JOHNGAY
Cato. Act i. Sc. 2.:NICHOLASROWE
Tale xvi.:VAUVENARGUESMARQUISOF
King Henry VI. Part I. Act ii. Sc. 4.:FRANCISBACON
Lay of the Last Minstrel. Canto ii. Stanza 1.:JAMESMONTGOMERY
Discourses. Chap. xviii.:TACITUSAD
Speech in the Virginia Convention. March, 1775.:EDWARDGIBBON
Gil Blas. Book iii. Chap. xi.:FRANCISMVOLTAIRE
Yarrow Unvisited.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
Friends.:SAMUELTAYLORCOLERIDGE
Book iii. Chap ii. Of Repentance.:DUBARTAS
Proverbes. Part i. Chap. xi.:THOMASTUSSER
Imitation of Christ. Book iii. Chap. 12.:JOHNFORTESCUE
The Island Princess. Act ii. Sc. 4.:ROBERTBURTON
The Odyssey of Homer. Book xi. Line 745.:JOHNGAY
Maxim 864.:SENECABCAD
Absalom and Achitophel. Part i. Line 545.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
A Distich, according to Zwingler, on a Lady of the Dalburg Family who:TRANSLATIONS
Debate in the Commons, May 17, 1628.:GEORGEPEELE
Psalm cxvi. 15.:NEWTESTAMENT
Discourses. Chap. xvi.:TACITUSAD
1 Timothy iii. 3.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Discourses. Chap. xxvii.:TACITUSAD
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. Canto iv. Stanza 98.:WILLIAMKNOX
The Spanish Friar. Act ii. Sc. 2.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
Retaliation. Line 101.:THOMASWARTON
High Life below Stairs. Act ii. Sc. 1.:THOMASGRAY
Vivian Grey. Book viii. Chap. iv.:ROBERTMONTGOMERY
On his Mistress, the Queen of Bohemia.:RICHARDBARNFIELD
Hudibras. Part i. Canto iii. Line 1145.:SIRWILLIAMDAVENANT
Laconic Apophthegms. Of Pausanias the Son of Phistoanax.:EPICTETUSAD
King Henry V. Act i. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
School for Scandal. Act ii. Sc. 2.:PHILIPFRENEAU
Don Juan. Canto vi. Stanza 78.:WILLIAMKNOX
King John. Act i. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
Numbers xxiv. 5.:NEWTESTAMENT
Don Quixote. Part ii. Chap. lviii.:BARTHOLOMEWSCHIDONI
Lara. Canto i. Stanza 2.:WILLIAMKNOX
Matthew vii. 9.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Vanity of Human Wishes. Line 345.:LORDLYTTLETON
Satires, Epistles, and Odes of Horace. Epistle i. Book ii. Line 300.:JOHNGAY
Maxim 557.:SENECABCAD
Comus. Line 496.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
To Mistress Susanna Southwell.:FRANCISQUARLES
Speech, Nov. 9, 1867.:ROBERTMONTGOMERY
The Comedy of Errors. Act ii. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
To George Sand. A Desire.:ABRAHAMLINCOLN
Comus. Line 256.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Jacqueline. Stanza 3.:JOHNFERRIAR
Ecclesiastes vii. 29.:NEWTESTAMENT
Essay on Man. Epistle ii. Line 217.:JOHNGAY
Old Fortunatus.:BISHOPHALL
The Traveller. Line 436.:THOMASWARTON
Anatomy of Melancholy. Part i. Sect. 2, Memb. 3, Subsect. 10.:SIRTHOMASOVERBURY
Paradise Lost. Book i. Line 16.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Paradise Lost. Book iv. Line 20.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Of Regimen of Health.:THOMASMIDDLETON
Tom Thumb the Great. Act i. Sc. 3.:WILLIAMPITTEARLOFCHATHAM
Paradise Lost. Book ii. Line 628.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Epitaph on Elizabeth, L. H.:JOHNWEBSTER
Maxim 102.:JDELAFONTAINE
The Task. Book v. The Winter Morning Walk. Line 444.:ERASMUSDARWIN
Sir Launcelot du Lake.:EDMUNDBURKE
Apologeticus. c. 50.:DIOGENESLAERTIUSAD
To the Lord General Cromwell.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Paradise Lost. Book iii. Line 40.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Life of Johnson_ (Boswell). _Vol. vii. Chap. x.:LORDLYTTLETON
Don Juan. Canto iii. Stanza 86. 1.:WILLIAMKNOX
A Sentiment.:ROBERTCWINTHROP
The Rivals. Act iii. Sc. 3.:PHILIPFRENEAU
Don Quixote. Part ii. Chap. xxiii.:BARTHOLOMEWSCHIDONI
Night thoughts. Night i. Line 154.:BISHOPBERKELEY
Don Juan. Canto xv. Stanza 43.:WILLIAMKNOX
To my Cigar.:PERCYBYSSHESHELLEY
Paradise Lost. Book viii. Line 21.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Romeo and Juliet, Act v. Sc. 3.:FRANCISBACON
The Bride of Abydos. Canto ii. Stanza 2.:WILLIAMKNOX
Moral Essays. Epistle iii. Line 161.:JOHNGAY
Psalm xxxix. 3.:NEWTESTAMENT
Troilus and Creseide. Book v. Line 1798.:THOMASKEMPIS
The Monks and the Giants. Canto i. Line 6.:DUKEOFWELLINGTON
Colyn Cloute. Line 1240.:JOHNHEYWOOD
Matthew xii. 34.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
As You Like It. Act v. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
1 Corinthians x. 12.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Speech, March 11, 1850.:WMPRAED
Eulogy on Adams and Jefferson, Aug. 2, 1826. Vol. i. p. 148.:JANETAYLOR
The Silent Lover.:EDMUNDSPENSER
The Boy and the Rainbow.:LAURENCESTERNE
John xii. 8.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
The Old and New Schoolmaster.:JAMESSMITH
Book i. Chap. ix. Of Liars.:DUBARTAS
Maxim 120.:SENECABCAD
Ecclesiasticus iv. 20.:NEWTESTAMENT
Matthew vii. 7.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Il Penseroso. Line 81.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
The Two Voices. Stanza cxxvii.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
Eloisa to Abelard. Line 192.:JOHNGAY
Richard III._ (_altered_). _Act v. Sc. 3.:SIRRICHARDSTEELE
Comus. Line 672.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
A Midsummer Night's Dream. Act iii. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
Festus. Scene, A Country Town.:ELIZACOOK
Maxim 77.:SENECABCAD
Reflections on the Revolution in France. Vol. iii. p. 277.:CHARLESCHURCHILL
Thyestes. 380.:PHDRUSAD
On Mitford's History of Greece. 1824.:JAWADE
The Odyssey of Homer. Book x. Line 29.:JOHNGAY
Corydon's Farewell to Phillis.:EDMUNDBURKE
Truculentus. Act iv. Sc. 4, 15._ (_868._):TERENCEBC
Life a Duty.:PHILIPJAMESBAILEY
The Two Gentlemen of Verona. Act iv. Sc. 4.:FRANCISBACON
Book iii. Fable 1.:JEANBAPTISTEMOLIRE
To the Lord Viscount Forbes, written from the City of Washington.:LORDDENMAN
Hudibras. Part iii. Canto ii. Line 443.:SIRWILLIAMDAVENANT
Speech, March 17, 1845.:ROBERTMONTGOMERY
Resolution and Independence. Stanza 6.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
Letter to Mr. Pope.:GEORGEFARQUHAR
Fly not yet.:LORDDENMAN
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. Canto iii. Stanza 113.:WILLIAMKNOX
Marmion. Canto v. Stanza 16.:JAMESMONTGOMERY
Joshua xxiii. 14.:NEWTESTAMENT
Impromptu Epitaph on Goldsmith.:WILLIAMBRHODES
Symposiacs. Book. viii. Question viii.:EPICTETUSAD
Emblems. Book i. Emblem 14.:GEORGEHERBERT
Lucrece. Line 1006.:FRANCISBACON
The Task. Book vi. Winter Walk at Noon. Line 560.:ERASMUSDARWIN
Tale ciii.:VAUVENARGUESMARQUISOF
Psalm xv. 4.:NEWTESTAMENT
Morning and Evening Hymn.:SIRJOHNPOWELL
King Henry IV. Part I. Act ii. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
Platform of the Free Soil National Convention, 1848.:SAMUELFRANCISSMITH
Isaiah xlii. 3.:NEWTESTAMENT
Retaliation. Line 46.:THOMASWARTON
Among my Books. Second Series. Spenser.:CHARLESKINGSLEY
Faerie Queene. Book iv. Canto ii. St. 32.:RICHARDHOOKER
The Thief and the Cordelier.:JOHNPOMFRET
Dedication to Urn-Burial.:EDMUNDWALLER
Bacchæ. 882.:MIMNERMUSTRAGEDIAN
Meditations. iv. 17.:TERTULLIANAD
Proverbs xxvii. 22.:NEWTESTAMENT
Annales. vi. 39, 17.:PLINYTHEYOUNGERAD
The Three Fishers.:ULYSSESSGRANT
Lady Holland's Memoir. Vol. i. p. 15.:JHOOKHAMFRERE
Elegy in a Country Churchyard. Stanza 13.:DAVIDGARRICK
The White Devil. Act. v. Sc. 2.:THOMASDEKKER
To a Butterfly. I 've watched you now a full half-hour.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
Night thoughts. Night ii. Line 633.:BISHOPBERKELEY
The Duenna. Act ii. Sc. 4.:PHILIPFRENEAU
Paradise Regained. Book iv. Line 240.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Works. Book v. Chapter xii.:MICHAELDEMONTAIGNE
Fancy in Nubibus.:JOSIAHQUINCY
Epistle to Dr. Blacklock.:WILLIAMPITT
Letter to Gay, Oct. 6, 1727.:JOHNGAY
Letter i. On a Regicide Peace. Vol. v. p. 311.:CHARLESCHURCHILL
May-Day.:RICHARDHENGESTHORNE
Theodore and Honoria. Line 227.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
Death. Line 108.:GEORGEWASHINGTON
1 Peter iii. 4.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Psalm xxiii. 2.:NEWTESTAMENT
Phædra. Frag. 848.:EURIPIDESBC
Theodosius. Act iii. Sc. 2.:JOHNNORRIS
Psalm xli. 1.:NEWTESTAMENT
King Lear. Act iii. Sc. 7.:FRANCISBACON
On a Distant Prospect of Eton College. Stanza 8.:DAVIDGARRICK
The Bard. I. 1, Line 1.:DAVIDGARRICK
Epistle to Congreve. Line 19.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
The Bride of Abydos. Canto i. Stanza 1.:WILLIAMKNOX
Coleridge.:CHARLESKINGSLEY
Pizarro. Act ii. Sc. 2.:PHILIPFRENEAU
Completion of Bunker Hill Monument, June 17, 1843. P. 105.:JANETAYLOR
Don Quixote. Part ii. Chap. v.:BARTHOLOMEWSCHIDONI
The Dunciad. Book iii. Line 263.:JOHNGAY
The Iliad of Homer. Book ix. Line 412.:JOHNGAY
Proverbs xxx. 15.:NEWTESTAMENT
Absalom and Achitophel. Part i. Line 868.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
King Henry IV. Part II. Act ii. Sc. 4.:FRANCISBACON
Job xvi. 2.:NEWTESTAMENT
The Sea.:LORDBYRON
Ode. Intimations of Immortality. Stanza 5.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
Letters. Book i. Letter xi. 1.:MARCUSAURELIUSANTONINUSAD
Epimenides. ii.:ATHENUSAD
Aurengzebe. Act iv. Sc. 1.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
Canterbury Tales. The Squieres Tale. Line 10538.:THOMASKEMPIS
Moral Essays. Epistle ii. Line 163.:JOHNGAY
Canterbury Tales. Prologue. Line 565.:THOMASKEMPIS
The Time I 've lost in wooing.:LORDDENMAN
Captain Starkey.:JAMESSMITH
Oxford in the Vacation.:JAMESSMITH
The Traveller. Line 22.:THOMASWARTON
Locksley Hall. Line 178.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
Elegy in a Country Churchyard. Stanza 25.:DAVIDGARRICK
The Honest Whore. Part i. Act iv. Sc. 2.:BISHOPHALL
Trinummus. Act ii. Sc. 2, 48._ (_329._):TERENCEBC
Anatomy of Melancholy. Part iii. Sect. 3, Memb. 4, Subsect. 1.:SIRTHOMASOVERBURY
Job xix. 23.:NEWTESTAMENT
Anatomy of Melancholy. Part i. Sect. 2, Memb. 3, Subsect. 11.:SIRTHOMASOVERBURY
Paradise Lost. Book iii. Line 99.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Richard III._ (_altered_). _Act iii. Sc. 1.:SIRRICHARDSTEELE
Faerie Queene. Book v. Canto ii. St. 42.:RICHARDHOOKER
Epistle to Dr. Arbuthnot. Prologue to the Satires. Line 333.:JOHNGAY
Don Quixote. Part i. Book iii. Chap. ii.:BARTHOLOMEWSCHIDONI
Maxim 825.:SENECABCAD
Christabel. Conclusion to part i.:JOSIAHQUINCY
Bermudas.:JOSEPHHENSHAW
Cymbeline. Act iv. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
On American Debts.:JHOOKHAMFRERE
Verses on the Death of Mr. Robert Levet. Stanza 9.:LORDLYTTLETON
Johnsoniana. George Steevens. 310.:LORDLYTTLETON
Don Quixote. Part ii. Chap. liii.:BARTHOLOMEWSCHIDONI
Anacreontic.:LORDDENMAN
Works. Book v. Chapter xi.:MICHAELDEMONTAIGNE
Comus. Line 453.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
King Henry VI. Part III. Act ii. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
The Double Falsehood.:JAMESBRAMSTON
The Dunciad. Book iii. Line 158.:JOHNGAY
Contention betwixt a Wife, etc.:MARTYNPARKER
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. Canto i. Stanza 40.:WILLIAMKNOX
Luke xii. 19.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. Canto i. Stanza 20.:WILLIAMKNOX
The Jew of Malta. Act iv.:WILLIAMSHAKESPEARE
Maxim 725.:SENECABCAD
Matthew vii. 25.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Matthew vi. 7.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
On a Distant Prospect of Eton College. Stanza 6.:DAVIDGARRICK
The Iliad of Homer. Book xxii. Line 100.:JOHNGAY
King Henry V. Act v. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
The Two Gentlemen of Verona. Act i. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
Matthew vi. 22.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
The Task. Book ii. The Timepiece. Line 444.:ERASMUSDARWIN
Psalm xci. 2.:NEWTESTAMENT
Rhesus. 482.:MIMNERMUSTRAGEDIAN
Paradise Lost. Book iv. Line 23.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Johnsoniana. Piozzi, 39.:LORDLYTTLETON
Essays. First Series. History.:RICHARDHENGESTHORNE
Matthew xx. 15.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Love's Labour's Lost. Act iii. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
The Way of the World. Act iii. Sc. 12.:SAMUELGARTH
The Country Justice. Part i.:ISAACBICKERSTAFF
Hudibras. Part ii. Canto iii. Line 1065.:SIRWILLIAMDAVENANT
MS. Rawl. 85, p. 17.:BISHOPSTILLJOHN
Maxim 837.:SENECABCAD
Sartor Resartus. Book iii. Chap. iii.:THOMASCHALIBURTON
All for Love. Prologue.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
Proverbs xiv. 9.:NEWTESTAMENT
Of Solitude, vii.:RALPHVENNING
2 Corinthians xii. 9.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Kavanagh.:JOHNGWHITTIER
Life of Alexander.:EPICTETUSAD
The Falling Leaf.:SAMUELTAYLORCOLERIDGE
Frag. 1.:HIPPOCRATESBC
Lay of the Last Minstrel. Canto i. Stanza 7.:JAMESMONTGOMERY
Scyrii. Frag. 510.:EURIPIDESBC
Pleasures of Hope. Part ii. Line 95.:HENRYCLAY
The Odyssey of Homer. Book xiv. Line 246.:JOHNGAY
On John Dryden. 1828.:JAWADE
Philaster. Act v. Sc. 3.:GEORGEWITHER
Pherecydes. ii.:ATHENUSAD
Maxim 180.:JDELAFONTAINE
Absalom and Achitophel. Part i. Line 1005.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
Burial of the Dead.:FELICIADHEMANS
Essay on Criticism. Part ii. Line 156.:JOHNGAY
Motto to Poems written in Later Life.:JOSIAHQUINCY
Heautontimoroumenos. Act iv. Sc. 1, 53._ (_666._):CICEROBC
Of Atheism.:THOMASMIDDLETON
The Season.:GEORGELINLEY
The Biglow Papers. Second Series. No. vii.:CHARLESKINGSLEY
Much Ado about Nothing. Act ii. Sc. 3.:FRANCISBACON
The Odyssey of Homer. Book ix. Line 28.:JOHNGAY
Proverbs xii. 10.:NEWTESTAMENT
Matthew xxii. 21.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Sonnet cxxi.:FRANCISBACON
Paradise Lost. Book i. Line 65.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Toast given on the Jefferson Birthday Celebration in 1830.:JOHNQUINCYADAMS
The Odyssey of Homer. Book xi. Line 736.:JOHNGAY
King Lear. Act ii. Sc. 4.:FRANCISBACON
Inaugural Address, March 5, 1877.:LEONARDHEATH
An Incident in a Railroad Car.:CHARLESKINGSLEY
Speech, Jan. 24, 1860.:ROBERTMONTGOMERY
To the Memory of an Unfortunate Lady. Line 45.:JOHNGAY
Apophthegms of Kings and Great Commanders. Antigonus I.:EPICTETUSAD
Samson Agonistes. Line 1350.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Evening.:FELICIADHEMANS
Letters of Junius. Letter xxxvii. City Address, and the King's Answer.:TRANSLATIONS
A Fair Quarrel. Act v. Sc. 1.:SIRHENRYWOTTON
Sung at the Dinner given to the French Soldiers in the Opera Salon at:PRINCEDELIGNE
Proverbs vii. 22; Jeremiah xi. 19.:NEWTESTAMENT
Paradise Lost. Book ii. Line 568.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Luke x. 7; 1 Timothy v. 18_.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Book i. Chap. xxvii. Of Friendship.:DUBARTAS
Ecclesiastes xii. 3.:NEWTESTAMENT
Why don't the Men propose?:THOMASDRUMMOND
Measure for Measure. Act iii. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
2 Corinthians xi. 24.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Compensation.:RICHARDHENGESTHORNE
Venice Preserved. Act v. Sc. 3.:ANDREWFLETCHEROFSALTOUN
Cupid's Revenge. Act i. Sc. 1.:GEORGEWITHER
Ode to a Nightingale.:THOMASNOONTALFOURD
Don Quixote. Part ii. Chap. xiv.:BARTHOLOMEWSCHIDONI
Works. Book v. Chapter iv.:MICHAELDEMONTAIGNE
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. Canto iv. Stanza 77.:WILLIAMKNOX
The Odyssey of Homer. Book xix. Line 383.:JOHNGAY
Divine Songs. Song xvii.:SIRROBERTWALPOLE
Psalm cxxxix. 9.:NEWTESTAMENT
Blue Beard. Act ii. Sc. 5.:JAMESHURDIS
The Odyssey of Homer. Book ii. Line 320.:JOHNGAY
The Odyssey of Homer. Book viii. Line 17.:JOHNGAY
Letter to Miss Vanbromrigh, Aug. 12, 1720.:WILLIAMCONGREVE
Samson Agonistes. Line 710.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
The Odyssey of Homer. Book ix. Line 318.:JOHNGAY
The Deserted Village. Line 232.:THOMASWARTON
Life of Theseus.:EPICTETUSAD
Paradise Lost. Book ii. Line 75.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Paradise Lost. Book i. Line 59.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Discourses. Chap. xx.:TACITUSAD
Othello. Act iii. Sc. 3.:FRANCISBACON
The Seasons. Winter. Line 1.:JOHNDYER
Apophthegms of Kings and Great Commanders. Lycurgus.:EPICTETUSAD
Hamlet. Act iv. Sc. 5.:FRANCISBACON
Of Fortune.:EPICTETUSAD
All's Well that Ends Well. Act ii. Sc. 3.:FRANCISBACON
Much Ado about Nothing. Act v. Sc. 3.:FRANCISBACON
Connoisseur. Motto of No. iii.:ERASMUSDARWIN
Paradise Lost. Book i. Line 648.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Her Dream.:GEORGELINLEY
The Iliad of Homer. Book xiv. Line 170.:JOHNGAY
Tractate of Education.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Don Quixote. Part i. Book iii. Chap. v.:BARTHOLOMEWSCHIDONI
Colombe's Birthday. Act iii.:CHARLESDICKENS
Socrates. xi.:ATHENUSAD
We met.:THOMASDRUMMOND
The Whistle. November, 1779.:NATHANIELCOTTON
The Christian Year. Twenty-fourth Sunday after Trinity.:FELICIADHEMANS
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From the Life and Memoirs of Algernon Sidney.:WILLIAMWALKER
The Passions. Line 60.:JAMESMERRICK
Paradise Lost. Book viii. Line 548.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
It is not always May.:JOHNGWHITTIER
The Ring and the Book. The Pope. Line 1073.:CHARLESDICKENS
Captivi. Act ii. Sc. 2, 77._ (_327._):TERENCEBC
The Odyssey of Homer. Book xxii. Line 516.:JOHNGAY
The Biglow Papers. First Series. No. i.:CHARLESKINGSLEY
Ode for Music. Line 2.:DAVIDGARRICK
Vanity of Human Wishes. Line 257.:LORDLYTTLETON
Grongar Hill. Line 88.:PHILIPDODDRIDGE
Psalm xxxiv. 13.:NEWTESTAMENT
Upon Roscommon's Translation of Horace, De Arte Poetica.:THOMASFULLER
Dedication to the Essays, Edition 1625.:THOMASMIDDLETON
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Thoughts. Chap. ix. 38.:NICHOLASBOILEAUDESPREAUX
Elegy in a Country Churchyard. Stanza 22.:DAVIDGARRICK
Endymion.:JOHNGWHITTIER
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Emblems. Book iv. Emblem 2, Ep. 2.:GEORGEHERBERT
Ecclesiastes xi. 6.:NEWTESTAMENT
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The Pleasures of Memory. Part ii. i.:JOHNFERRIAR
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Matthew vii. 20.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
The Church Militant.:IZAAKWALTON
Sybil. Book i. Chap. ii.:ROBERTMONTGOMERY
Voices of the Night. Prelude.:JOHNGWHITTIER
Paradise Lost. Book v. Line 896.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Sensibility.:LORDSTOWELL
Weak is the Will of Man.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
Thoughts. Chap. ix. 30.:NICHOLASBOILEAUDESPREAUX
Table Talk. Line 588.:ERASMUSDARWIN
Gil Blas. Book vii. Chap. iv.:FRANCISMVOLTAIRE
The Idler. No. 57.:LORDLYTTLETON
Hebrews xiii. 2.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
The Ovidian Elegiac Metre._ (From Schiller.):JOSIAHQUINCY
The Bloody Brother. Act iii. Sc. 2.:ROBERTBURTON
In Memoriam. xcvii. Stanza 6.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
On Moore's Life of Lord Byron. 1830.:JAWADE
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Paradise Lost. Book i. Line 781.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
The Shepherd's Resolution.:THOMASHOBBES
Letters of Junius. Letter xii. To the Duke of Grafton.:TRANSLATIONS
The Matron of Jedborough.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
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Elegy on the Death of a Mad Dog.:THOMASWARTON
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Matthew xxii. 14.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Tristram Shandy_ (orig. ed.). _Vol. iii. Chap. xii.:WILLIAMSHENSTONE
1 Corinthians xv. 55.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
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Epistle to Joseph Hill.:ERASMUSDARWIN
The Two Gentlemen of Verona. Act i. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
Historical Review of Pennsylvania.:NATHANIELCOTTON
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Laconics.:MATTHEWPRIOR
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Hudibras. Part i. Canto i. Line 81.:SIRWILLIAMDAVENANT
The Corsair. Preface.:WILLIAMKNOX
The Death-Bed.:GEORGELINLEY
Orthodoxe Paradoxes._ (Third edition, 1650.) _The Triumph of Assurance,:ANDREWMARVELL
Night Thoughts. Night v. Line 661.:BISHOPBERKELEY
We are Seven.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
The Iliad of Homer. Book xvii. Line 730.:JOHNGAY
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Hiram Power's Greek Slave.:ABRAHAMLINCOLN
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Home, Sweet Home._ (From the opera of "Clari, the Maid of Milan."):SEBASMITH
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Night Thoughts. Night iv. Line 71.:BISHOPBERKELEY
Hudibras. Part i. Canto i. Line 191.:SIRWILLIAMDAVENANT
Life of Johnson_ (Boswell).[369-1] _Vol. i. Chap. vii. 1743.:LORDLYTTLETON
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Meditations. x. 5.:TERTULLIANAD
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The Iliad of Homer. Book xxiii. Line 368.:JOHNGAY
Ecclesiastes i. 18.:NEWTESTAMENT
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Paradise Lost. Book xi. Line 269.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
State of German Literature. Edinburgh Review, 1827.:THOMASCHALIBURTON
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Wit Without Money. Act iv. Sc. 4.:GEORGEWITHER
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Don Quixote. Part ii. Chap. iii.:BARTHOLOMEWSCHIDONI
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First Week, Fifth Day, Part i.:MIGUELDECERVANTES
James iv. 7.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Bion. iii.:ATHENUSAD
Epicoene; Or, the Silent Woman. Act i. Sc. 1.:JOHNWEBSTER
The Art of Love. i. 99.:OFUNKNOWNAUTHORSHIP
Acrisius. Frag. 59.:EURIPIDESBC
Thoughts and Details on Scarcity. Vol. v. p. 156.:CHARLESCHURCHILL
Maxim 484.:SENECABCAD
A Psalm of Life.:JOHNGWHITTIER
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Simon Lee.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
To a Child. Written in her Album.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
Matthew xix. 6.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Faerie Queene. Book iii. Canto i. St. 17.:RICHARDHOOKER
The Dunciad. Book i. Line 93.:JOHNGAY
Moral Essays. Epistle i. Line 39.:JOHNGAY
Il Penseroso. Line 42.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Tales of the Hall. Book viii. The Sisters.:GEORGEBARRINGTON
The Story of Rimini.:SAMUELWOODWORTH
Eunuchus. Act v. Sc. 2, 5._ (_844._):CICEROBC
Maxim 511.:SENECABCAD
English Bards and Scotch Reviewers. Line 326.:WILLIAMKNOX
Paradise Lost. Book iv. Line 122.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Lines composed a few miles above Tintern Abbey.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
The Soldier's Dream.:HENRYCLAY
Essay on Criticism. Part ii. Line 133.:JOHNGAY
History of England. Vol. i. Chap. iii.:JAWADE
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Frag. 250_ (trans. by Plumptre).:SOPHOCLESBC
Works. Book iv. Chap. xxxviii.:MICHAELDEMONTAIGNE
Natural History. Book vii. Sect. 2.:QUINTILIANAD
Othello. Act i. Sc. 3.:FRANCISBACON
Life of Edmund Smith_ (alluding to the death of Garrick).:LORDLYTTLETON
In Memoriam. xxxiii. Stanza 1.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
Remember Thee.:LORDDENMAN
Hercules Furens. 255.:PHDRUSAD
Holy and Profane State. Of Books.:JOHNMILTON
Fables. Part i. The Mastiffs.:LADYMARYWORTLEYMONTAGU
The Palace of Art.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
Autobiography. Book xviii. Truth and Beauty.:MADAMEROLAND
Troilus and Creseide. Book iv. Line 525.:THOMASKEMPIS
Lady Holland's Memoir. Vol. i. p. 88.:JHOOKHAMFRERE
The Origin of Species. Chap. iii.:ALFREDTENNYSON
The Good Time coming.:ELLENSTURGISHOOPER
Albion's England. Book x. chap. lix. stanza 68.:SIRRICHARDHOLLAND
Scornful Lady. Act v. Sc. 3.:GEORGEWITHER
Maxim 17.:SENECABCAD
Lycidas. Line 70.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
The Odyssey of Homer. Book xvi. Line 448.:JOHNGAY
Comus. Line 244.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Maud. Part ii. iv. Stanza 3.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
Eunuchus. Act i. Sc. 2, 96._ (_176._):CICEROBC
The Critic. Act ii. Sc. 2.:PHILIPFRENEAU
The Complete Angler. Part i. Chap. iv.:JAMESSHIRLEY
From the Inaugural Address, March 4, 1869.:MATTHEWARNOLD
Love's Cure. Act iii. Sc. 3.:ROBERTBURTON
Table Talk. Law.:WILLIAMDRUMMOND
Proverbs xxii. 1.:NEWTESTAMENT
The Odyssey of Homer. Book xiv. Line 65.:JOHNGAY
The Flowers of the Forest.:OLIVERGOLDSMITH
In Memoriam. v. Stanza 2.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
Arcesilaus. xii.:ATHENUSAD
Of Beauty.:THOMASMIDDLETON
1 Kings xix. 12.:NEWTESTAMENT
Faerie Queene. Book iii. Canto xi. St. 54.:RICHARDHOOKER
The Poor Gentleman. Act i. Sc. 2.:JAMESHURDIS
Of the Fortune or Virtue of Alexander the Great.:EPICTETUSAD
L'Avare. Act i. Sc. 3.:BLAISEPASCAL
Works. Book ii. Chap. xvii.:MICHAELDEMONTAIGNE
Conversation. Line 357.:ERASMUSDARWIN
Platonic Questions. viii. 4.:EPICTETUSAD
The Dispensary. Canto iii. Line 225.:COLLEYCIBBER
Matthew v. 13.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
To the Countess of Cumberland. Stanza 12.:MICHAELDRAYTON
Euphues, 1579_ (Arber's reprint), _page 39.:SIRPHILIPSIDNEY
Psalm xxxix. 6.:NEWTESTAMENT
Wit Without Money. Act v. Sc. 2.:GEORGEWITHER
Hymn in the Vale of Chamouni.:JOSIAHQUINCY
Dirge.:RICHARDHENGESTHORNE
Personal Talk. Stanza 2.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
Luke iv. 23.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Apothegms. No. 54.:THOMASMIDDLETON
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. Canto iii. Stanza 72.:WILLIAMKNOX
Proverbs xxvi. 27.:NEWTESTAMENT
Fables. Part i. The Rat-catcher and Cats.:LADYMARYWORTLEYMONTAGU
The Grave. Part ii. Line 449.:JAMESTHOMSON
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The Princess. Part iv. Line 36.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
Psalm ciii. 15.:NEWTESTAMENT
Paradise Lost. Book ii. Line 496.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
A Word from a Petitioner.:BRYANWPROCTER
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In Memoriam. cxii. Stanza 3.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
Psalm cxix. 99.:NEWTESTAMENT
Epistles. Dec. iii. Ep. 2.:JOHNFLETCHER
1 Corinthians iii. 6.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Meditations. iv. 5.:TERTULLIANAD
Othello. Act ii. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
Election Sermon at Boston, April 29, 1669.:JOHNDRYDEN
Maxim 995.:SENECABCAD
Deuteronomy xxxii. 15.:NEWTESTAMENT
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Proverbs xiii. 24.:NEWTESTAMENT
Comus. Line 631.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Essay on Man. Epistle i. Line 77.:JOHNGAY
Night thoughts. Night ii. Line 112.:BISHOPBERKELEY
Matthew xxiv. 15; Mark xiii. 14_.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
The American Crisis. No. 1.:JOHNWOLCOT
Paradise Lost. Book i. Line 165.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
The Odyssey of Homer. Book x. Line 308.:JOHNGAY
Tam o' Shanter.:WILLIAMPITT
Genesis xix. 26.:NEWTESTAMENT
The Iliad of Homer. Book xxiv. Line 663.:JOHNGAY
Speech on the India Bill, November, 1783.:ANDREWCHERRY
Paradise Lost. Book i. Line 679.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Proverbs vi. 11.:NEWTESTAMENT
Abt Vogler. ix.:CHARLESDICKENS
Sin._ (_Sinngedichte._):ISAACDEBENSERADE
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Romans vi. 23.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Paradise Lost. Book i. Line 536.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
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The Mantle of St. John de Matha.:SALMONPCHASE
On Friendship.:ERASMUSDARWIN
Paradise Lost. Book vi. Line 29.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Welcome me Home.:THOMASDRUMMOND
The Iliad of Homer. Book xx. Line 290.:JOHNGAY
Isaiah xxxv. 1.:NEWTESTAMENT
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Imitation of Martial.:JOHNGAY
Life of Johnson_ (Boswell). _Vol. vi. Chap. i. 1775.:LORDLYTTLETON
Maxim 593.:SENECABCAD
Christian Moderation. Introduction.:JOHNFLETCHER
Elegy in a Country Churchyard. Stanza 17.:DAVIDGARRICK
Lady Geraldine's Courtship. xli.:ABRAHAMLINCOLN
Sir Walter Scott. London and Westminster Review, 1838.:THOMASCHALIBURTON
Book iv. Fable 23, 1.:PLINYTHEELDERAD
On his Grotto at Twickenham.:JOHNGAY
Polite Conversation. Dialogue i.:WILLIAMCONGREVE
Orpheus to Beasts.:ABRAHAMCOWLEY
Paradise Regained. Book iv. Line 274.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
The Rape of the Lock. Canto iii. Line 117.:JOHNGAY
As You Like It. Epilogue.:FRANCISBACON
To the Royal Academicians.:MRSTHRALE
Acts xx. 35.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
The Rosciad. Line 961.:WILLIAMCOWPER
Tom Bowling.:HANNAHMORE
A Vindication of Natural Society. Vol. i. p. 15.:CHARLESCHURCHILL
Satires, Epistles, and Odes of Horace. Satire i. Book ii. Line 76.:JOHNGAY
Canterbury Tales. Prologue. Line 122.:THOMASKEMPIS
John xiv. 2.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Job xli. 24.:NEWTESTAMENT
London. Line 176.:LORDLYTTLETON
An Essay on Satire, occasioned by the Death of Mr. Pope.:JAMESTOWNLEY
The Traveller. Line 423.:THOMASWARTON
The Art of Poetry on a New Plan_ (1761). _Vol. ii. p. 147.:THOMASWARTON
On Milton. 1825.:JAWADE
I saw thy Form.:LORDDENMAN
Letter to Macvey Napier, Dec. 17, 1830.:JAWADE
The Odyssey of Homer. Book xiii. Line 353.:JOHNGAY
Life of Frederick the Great. Book xvi. Chap. i.:THOMASCHALIBURTON
The Three Graves.:JOSIAHQUINCY
Don Quixote. Part i. Book i. Chap. viii.:BARTHOLOMEWSCHIDONI
Martinus Scriblerus on the Art of Sinking in Poetry. Chap. xi.:JOHNGAY
The Betrothed. Chap. xv.:JAMESMONTGOMERY
Meditations. vi. 5.:TERTULLIANAD
Pitt and Dundas's Return to London from Wimbledon. American Song. From:AMTOPLADY
King Henry V. Act iv. Sc. 7.:FRANCISBACON
Paradise Lost. Book i. Line 157.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Youth and Art. xvii.:CHARLESDICKENS
Paradise Lost. Book ii. Line 185.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Tragedy of Charles, Duke of Byron. Act iii. Sc. 1.:WILLIAMWARNER
Retaliation. Line 93.:THOMASWARTON
Cymbeline. Act ii. Sc. 1.:FRANCISBACON
Ere with Cold Beads of Midnight Dew.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
Essay on Man. Epistle iv. Line 385.:JOHNGAY
Vit. Anon. p. 64_ (Plumptre's Trans.).:EURIPIDESBC
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Proverbs xxvi. 5.:NEWTESTAMENT
Metamorphoses. i.:OFUNKNOWNAUTHORSHIP
Resignation.:JOHNGWHITTIER
The Visit of the Gods._ (Imitated from Schiller.):JOSIAHQUINCY
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The Iliad of Homer. Book i. Line 200.:JOHNGAY
Ecclesiasticus xliv. 8.:NEWTESTAMENT
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Ezekiel xxi. 21.:NEWTESTAMENT
Verses written on a window in Scotland.:THOMASTICKELL
Ecclesiasticus xxx. 22.:NEWTESTAMENT
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The Tempest. Act iii. Sc. 3.:FRANCISBACON
Guilt and Sorrow. Stanza 41.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
One Word is too often profaned.:JHOWARDPAYNE
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Paradise Lost. Book viii. Line 488.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Genesis iv. 9.:NEWTESTAMENT
Voltaire. Foreign Review, 1829.:THOMASCHALIBURTON
Luke xix. 22.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Can Love be controlled by Advice?:JANEBRERETON
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Religio Medici. Part ii. Sect. ix.:EDMUNDWALLER
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Speech, 1848.:FSKEY
Maxims. Line 500.:SCHYLUSBC
Matthew vi. 3.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Paradise Lost. Book iv. Line 1014.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Imitation of Christ. Book i. Chap. 23.:JOHNFORTESCUE
The Passionate Pilgrim. xiv.:FRANCISBACON
Canterbury Tales. The Knightes Tale. Line 2275.:THOMASKEMPIS
Anatomy of Melancholy. Part i. Sect. 2, Memb. 3, Subsect. 13.:SIRTHOMASOVERBURY
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. Canto i. Stanza 9.:WILLIAMKNOX
Proverbs xx. 1.:NEWTESTAMENT
Don Juan. Canto i. Stanza 22.:WILLIAMKNOX
Prospectus of the Liberator, Dec. 15, 1837.:MARYHOWITT
The Devil's Thoughts.:JOSIAHQUINCY
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2 Samuel xiv. 14.:NEWTESTAMENT
The Seasons. Summer. Line 946.:JOHNDYER
Canterbury Tales. The Chanones Yemannes Tale. Line 16430.:THOMASKEMPIS
My Dear and only Love.:SIRJOHNDENHAM
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Matthew vi. 20.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
The Corsair. Canto i. Stanza 8.:WILLIAMKNOX
Rasselas. Chap. iii.:LORDLYTTLETON
Essay on Man. Epistle iv. Line 1.:JOHNGAY
Wisdom of Solomon iv. 8.:NEWTESTAMENT
By the Fireside. xxiii.:CHARLESDICKENS
On the Death of Mr. Addison. Line 81.:SAMUELMADDEN
We have lived and loved together.:LADYDUFFERIN
The Merchant of Venice. Act i. Sc. 2.:FRANCISBACON
Apophthegms of Kings and Great Commanders. Philip.:EPICTETUSAD
Maxim 847.:SENECABCAD
L'Ingénu. Chap. x._ (1767.):MADAMEDUDEFFAND
Cymbeline. Act iii. Sc. 4.:FRANCISBACON
The Odyssey of Homer. Book viii. Line 367.:JOHNGAY
Moral Essays. Epistle i. Line 20.:JOHNGAY
Comus. Line 188.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. Canto iv. Stanza 49.:WILLIAMKNOX
King Lear. Act v. Sc. 3.:FRANCISBACON
The Passing of Arthur.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
The Odyssey of Homer. Book xxiv. Line 19.:JOHNGAY
Maxim 127.:JDELAFONTAINE
Cupid and Campaspe. Act iii. Sc. 5.:SIRPHILIPSIDNEY
One Word More. ii.:CHARLESDICKENS
Commentaries. Psalm civ.:RICHARDBENTLEY
Matthew vii. 14.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Meditations. ix. 9.:TERTULLIANAD
The Harp that once through Tara's Halls.:LORDDENMAN
Hallowed Ground.:HENRYCLAY
Table Talk. Marriage.:WILLIAMDRUMMOND
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. Canto i. Stanza 7.:WILLIAMKNOX
The Complete Angler. Part i. Chap. v.:JAMESSHIRLEY
Letter to the Marquis of Montrose, the Earl of Rothes, etc.:NATHANIELLEE
Take thy old Cloak about Thee.:EDMUNDBURKE
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. Canto iii. Stanza 23.:WILLIAMKNOX
De Rerum Natura. iv. 1133.:HORACEBC
Psalm cxviii. 22.:NEWTESTAMENT
A Very Woman. Act v. Sc. 4.:THOMASHEYWOOD
Alexander's Feast. Line 120.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
The Iliad of Homer. Book xi. Line 394.:JOHNGAY
Isaiah xxii. 23.:NEWTESTAMENT
To Delia. Sonnet 51.:MICHAELDRAYTON
On the Sublime and Beautiful. Sect. xiv. vol. 1. p. 118.:CHARLESCHURCHILL
The Campaign. Line 219.:NICHOLASROWE
Genesis vii. 12.:NEWTESTAMENT
Elegy in a Country Churchyard. Stanza 28.:DAVIDGARRICK
Job xxviii. 18.:NEWTESTAMENT
Anatomy of Melancholy. Part i. Sect. 2, Memb. 2, Subsect. 3.:SIRTHOMASOVERBURY
Proverbs xi. 15.:NEWTESTAMENT
Life of Johnson_ (Boswell). _Vol. iii. Chap. iii. 1769.:LORDLYTTLETON
The Golden Year.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
Ode to Independence.:SIRWILLIAMBLACKSTONE
Proverbs x. 15.:NEWTESTAMENT
Believe me, if all those endearing young Charms.:LORDDENMAN
The Seasons. Winter. Line 431.:JOHNDYER
Proverbs xiv. 34.:NEWTESTAMENT
Natural History, Book vii. Sect. 15.:QUINTILIANAD
The Traveller. Line 126.:THOMASWARTON
The Biglow Papers. Second Series. No. x.:CHARLESKINGSLEY
Hymn to Adversity.:DAVIDGARRICK
Johnsoniana. Kearsley. 604.:LORDLYTTLETON
To a Lady with a Present of Flowers.:SAMUELMADDEN
MS. of the Fifteenth Century_ (British Museum).:TRANSLATIONS
The Epitaph.:DAVIDGARRICK
Arcadia. Book ii.:CYRILTOURNEUR
Proverbs xxv. 22.:NEWTESTAMENT
Windsor Forest. Line 316.:JOHNGAY
Eunuchus. Act iii. Sc. 5, 2._ (_550._):CICEROBC
Alcestis. 669.:MIMNERMUSTRAGEDIAN
The Pet Lamb.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
Miscellanea. Part ii. Of Poetry.:JOHNTILLOTSON
Hymns and Spiritual Songs. Book ii. Hymn 146.:SIRROBERTWALPOLE
Paradise Lost. Book vii. Line 507.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Of Great Place.:THOMASMIDDLETON
Drink ye to Her.:HENRYCLAY
Macbeth. Act ii. Sc. 4.:FRANCISBACON
Lochiel's Warning.:HENRYCLAY
Matthew xxiii. 23.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Don Quixote. Part ii. Chap. iv.:BARTHOLOMEWSCHIDONI
Plato. li.:ATHENUSAD
Rhyme of the Duchess.:ABRAHAMLINCOLN
Julian and Maddalo. Line 482.:JHOWARDPAYNE
Don Quixote. The Author's Preface.:BARTHOLOMEWSCHIDONI
Book ii. Chap. iii. The Custom of the Isle of Cea.:DUBARTAS
Essay on Translated Verse. Line 113.:THOMASKEN
Don Quixote. Part ii. Chap. xliii.:BARTHOLOMEWSCHIDONI
Intercepted Letters. Letter vi.:LORDDENMAN
The Prophet.:RALPHVENNING
How shall I woo?:LORDDENMAN
2 Samuel xii. 7.:NEWTESTAMENT
King Lear. Act iii. Sc. 4.:FRANCISBACON
Psalm cxxii. 7.:NEWTESTAMENT
Pittacus. ii.:ATHENUSAD
2 Samuel i. 26.:NEWTESTAMENT
In Memoriam. Conclusion. Stanza 36.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
Bacchides. Act iv. Sc. 7, 18._ (_816._):TERENCEBC
Discourses. Chap. xxvi.:TACITUSAD
Tales. Tale xv. The Squire and the Priest.:GEORGEBARRINGTON
Friendship in Absence.:RALPHVENNING
By that Lake whose gloomy Shore.:LORDDENMAN
Ode. Intimations of Immortality. Stanza 2.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
The Last Rose of Summer.:LORDDENMAN
Paradise Lost. Book ii. Line 39.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Epitaph on an Infant.:JOSIAHQUINCY
Love's Cure. Act ii. Sc. 1.:ROBERTBURTON
On the Duke of Buckingham.:WILLIAMBROWNE
Meditationes Sacræ. De Hæresibus.:THOMASMIDDLETON
1 Corinthians i. 27.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
The Snow Storm.:JOHNKEBLE
Moral Essays. Epistle iii. Line 79.:JOHNGAY
Matthew xi. 19; Luke vii. 35_.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
A Summary of Lord Lyttelton's Advice.:CHARLESMACKLIN
The Loves of the Angels. The Third Angel's Story.:LORDDENMAN
Lines written with the Diamond Pencil of Lord Chesterfield.:BISHOPBERKELEY
Christabel. Part ii.:JOSIAHQUINCY
Ezekiel x. 10.:NEWTESTAMENT
The Island. Canto ii. Stanza 19.:WILLIAMKNOX
The Music-Grinders.:ROBERTCWINTHROP
All round my Hat.:GEORGELINLEY
Rasselas. Chap. xii.:LORDLYTTLETON
Before the U. S. Senate Committee on Patents, Jan. 29, 1886.:CHARLESKINGSLEY
Gil Blas. Book xii. Chap. viii.:FRANCISMVOLTAIRE
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. Canto iii. Stanza 92.:WILLIAMKNOX
The Flight of the Duchess. xvi.:CHARLESDICKENS
Satires, Epistles, and Odes of Horace. Epistle i. Book ii. Line 26.:JOHNGAY
Collect for the Second Sunday in Advent.:TATEANDBRADY
King Henry V. Act iv. Prologue.:FRANCISBACON
Pleasures of Hope. Part ii. Line 45.:HENRYCLAY
2 Corinthians vi. 10.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Prologue on the Opening of Drury Lane Theatre.:LORDLYTTLETON
King John. Act iii. Sc. 4.:FRANCISBACON
The Iliad of Homer. Book xxii. Line 271.:JOHNGAY
Comus. Line 790.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Old Familiar Faces.:JAMESSMITH
A Soul's Tragedy. Act i.:CHARLESDICKENS
Hudibras. Part iii. Canto iii. Line 547.:SIRWILLIAMDAVENANT
Ecclesiastes iv. 12.:NEWTESTAMENT
L'Avare. Act v. Sc. 3.:BLAISEPASCAL
Rob Roy. Chap. xxxiv.:JAMESMONTGOMERY
Of English Verse.:THOMASFULLER
Second Week, Fourth Day, Book i.:MIGUELDECERVANTES
Lays of Ancient Rome. Horatius, lxx.:JAWADE
Aylmer's Field.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
In reply to the Cardinal de Polignac.:JEANJACQUESROUSSEAU
Comus. Line 103.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Delight in Disorder.:FRANCISQUARLES
Essay on Criticism. Part iii. Line 53.:JOHNGAY
Vision of Judgment. Original Preface.:CHARLESLAMB
The Conquest of Granada. Part ii. Act iii. Sc. 1.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
Book iii. Chap. v. Upon some Verses of Virgil.:DUBARTAS
The Fair Penitent. Act v. Sc. i.:ISAACWATTS
The Seasons. Summer. Line 1003.:JOHNDYER
The Iliad of Homer. Book ix. Line 524.:JOHNGAY
Roman Apophthegms. Cæsar Augustus.:EPICTETUSAD
Psalm lv. 15.:NEWTESTAMENT
Night Thoughts. Night iv. Line 676.:BISHOPBERKELEY
The Hornets and the Bees. Fable 21.:JEANBAPTISTEMOLIRE
Grace before Meat.:WILLIAMPITT
A Life Drama. Sc. ii.:HFCHORLEY
To One who has been long in City pent.:THOMASNOONTALFOURD
Cymbeline. Act iii. Sc. 3.:FRANCISBACON
Paradise Lost. Book iv. Line 241.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
On Heavenly Hope and Earthly Hope.:WASHINGTONIRVING
Frag. 6.:PLAUTUSBC
Anatomy of Melancholy. Part iii. Sect. 2, Memb. 2, Subsect. 4.:SIRTHOMASOVERBURY
The Homeric Hexameter._ (Translated from Schiller.):JOSIAHQUINCY
Regimen Sanitatis Salernitanum_ (edition of 1607).:TRANSLATIONS
Stanzas on Freedom.:CHARLESKINGSLEY
Alexander's Feast. Line 54.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
House. x.:CHARLESDICKENS
Letter to Sir Horace Mann, 1778.:WILLIAMCOLLINS
Alexander. Frag. 44.:MIMNERMUSTRAGEDIAN
Choice of Friends. Chap. iv.:HESIODBC
The Excursion. Book i.:SIRWALTERSCOTT
Library of Old Authors.:CHARLESKINGSLEY
Aglaura. Epilogue.:MARQUISOFMONTROSE
A Pastoral. Part i.:JOHNBROWN
In what Manner we ought to bear Sickness. Book iii. Chap. x.:TACITUSAD
Moral Essays. Epistle i. Line 149.:JOHNGAY
Romans xiii. 7.:BOOKOFCOMMONPRAYER
Memorabilia. i.:CHARLESDICKENS
God save the King.:DANIELDEFOE
Paradise Lost. Book i. Line 742.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
Argument on the Murder of Captain White. Vol. vi. p. 88.:JANETAYLOR
Bridal of Triermain. Canto i. Stanza 21.:JAMESMONTGOMERY
Proverbs xxii. 7.:NEWTESTAMENT
The Task. Book iv. The Winter Evening. Line 478.:ERASMUSDARWIN
All's Well that Ends Well. Act iii. Sc. 5.:FRANCISBACON
Gammer Gurton's Needle. Act ii.:THOMASSTERNHOLD
Paradise Lost. Book viii. Line 43.:EDWARDHYDECLARENDON
My First Play.:JAMESSMITH
The Giaour. Line 1127.:WILLIAMKNOX
Apology for the Freedom of the Press.:THOMASMORTON
To the Editor of the Every-Day Book.:JAMESSMITH
The Bride of Abydos. Canto i. Stanza 6.:WILLIAMKNOX
Britannia Rediviva. Line 1.:EARLOFROSCOMMON
Isaiah xxx. 8.:NEWTESTAMENT
Canterbury Tales. The Nonnes Preestes Tale. Line 15058.:THOMASKEMPIS
Proverbs xvi. 9.:NEWTESTAMENT
The Ring and the Book. Pompilia. Line 357.:CHARLESDICKENS
The Dunciad. Book iv. Line 614.:JOHNGAY
Locksley Hall. Line 184.:RICHARDMONCKTONMILNESLORDHOUGHTON
Des Femmes de Paris. ii.:MICHELANGELO
Maxim 39.:JDELAFONTAINE
Maxim 71.:JDELAFONTAINE