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290 CCLXXV l. 4 Plants under water sympathize with the seasons

of the land, and hence with the winds which affect

them. 291 CCLXXVI Written soon after the death, by shipwreck, of

Wordsworth's brother John, This Poem should be compared with Shelley's following it. Each is the most complete expression of the innermost spirit of his art given by these great Poets :-of that Idea which, as in the case of the true Painter, (to quote the words of Reynolds,) 'subsists only in the mind : The sight never beheld it, nor has the hand expressed it ; it is an idea residing in the breast of the artist, which he is always labouring to impart, and

which he dies at last without imparting.' 292

the Kind: the human race. 293 CCLXXVIII Proteus represented the everlasting changes,

united with ever-recurrent sameness, of the Sea. CCLXXIX the Royal Saint : Henry VI.

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INDEX OF WRITERS

WITH DATES OF BIRTH AND DEATH

ALEXANDER, William (1580-1640) xxn
Bacon, Francis (1561-1626) LVII
BARBAULD, Anna Laetitia (1743–1825) CLXV
BARNEFIELD, Richard (16th Century) XXXIV
BEAUMONT, Francis (1586_1616) LXVII
BURNS, Robert (1759-1796) cxxv, CXXXII, CXXXIX, CXLIV,

CXLVIII, CXLIX, CL, CLI, CLIII, CLV, CLVI
BYRON, George Gordon Noel (1788–1824) CLXIX, CLXXI,

CLXXIII, CXC, CCII, CCIX, CCXXII, CCXXXII
CAMPBELL, Thomas (1777–1844) CLXXXI, CLXXXIII, CLXXXVII,
CXCVII,

COVI, CCVII, CCXV, CCLVI, CCLXII, CCLXVII, CCLXXXIII
CAREW, Thomas (1589_1639) LXXXVII
CAREY, Henry ( -1743) CXXXI
CIBBER, Colley (1671–1757) cxix
COLERIDGE, Hartley (1796-1849) CLXXV
COLERIDGE, Samuel Taylor (1772–1834) CLXVIII, CCLXXX
COLLINS, William (1720-1756) CXXIV, CXLI, CXLVI
COLLINS, (18th Century) CLXIV
CONSTABLE, Henry (156--1-1604 ?) XV
COWLEY, Abraham (1618-1667) CII
COWPER, William (1731–1800) cxxix, CXXXIV, CXLIII, CLX,

CLXI, CLXII
CRASHAW, Richard (1615 ?–1652) LXXIX
CUNNINGHAM, Allan (1784-1842) COV
DANIEL, Samuel (1562-1619) XXXV
DEKKER, Thomas (- - 1638?) LIV
DRAYTON, Michael (1563—1631) XXXVII
DRUMMOND, William (1585—1649) 11, XXXVIII, XLIII, LV, LVIII,

LIX, LXI
DRYDEN, John (1631–1700) LXIII, CXVI
ELLIOTT, Jane (18th Century) cXXVI
FLETCHER, John (1576—1625) CIV

GAY, John (1688–1732) cxxx
GOLDSMITH, Oliver (1728—1774) CXXXVIII
GRAHAM, - (1735-1797) σXXXIII
Grar, Thonias (1716 –1771) CXVII, cxx, CXXIII, CXL, CXLII,

CXLVII, CLVIII, CLIX

HERBERT, George (1593–1632) LXXIV
HERRICK, Robert (1591-1674?) LXXXII, LXXXVIII, XCII, XCIII,

xcVI, cix, cx HEYWOOD, Thomas (

16497) LII HOOD, Thomas (1798—1845) ccxxiv, CCXXXI, OCXXXV JONSON, Ben (1574-1637) LXXIII, LXXVIII, XC KEATS, John (1795—1821) CLXVI, CLXVII, CXCI, CXCIII, CXCvil,

CXCIX, COXXIX, CCXLIV, OCLV, CCLXX, CCLXXXIV -LAMB, Charles (1775—1835) ccxx, CCXXXIII, CCXXXVII LINDSAY, Anne (1750-1825) CLII LODGE, Thomas (1550—1625) XVI LOGAN, John (1748-1788) CXXVII LOVELACE, Richard (1618—1658) LXXXIII, XCIX, C LYLYE, John (1554-1600) LI MARLOWE, Christopher (1562–1599) v MARVELL, Andrew (1620-1678) LXV, CXI, CXIV MICKLE, William Julius (1734-1788) CLIV MILTON, John (1608-1674) LXII, LXIV, LXVI, LXX, LXXI, LXXVI,

LXXVII, LXXXV, CXII, OXIII, CXV MOORE, Thomas (1780—1852) CLxxxv, CCI, CCXVII, CCXXI,

CCXXV

NAIRN, Carolina (1766—1845) CLVII
Nash, Thomas (1567—1001?) 1
PHILIPS, Ambrose (1871—1749) CXXI
POPE, Alexander (1688–1744) CXVIII
PRIOR, Matthew (1664—1721) CXXXVII
ROGERS, Samuel (1762-1855) cxxxv, CXLV
Scott, Walter (1771–1832) CV, CLXX, CLXXXII, CLXXXVI, CXCII,

cxciv, CXCVI, COIV, CCXXX, CCXXXIV, CCXXXVI, CCXXXIX,

COLXIII SEDLEY, Charles (1689–1701) LXXXI, XCVIII SEWELL, George -1726) CLXIII SHAKESPEARE, William (1564—1616) III, IV, VI, VII, VIII, X, XI,

XII, XIII, XIV, XVIII, XIX, xx, XXIII, XXVI, XXVII, XXVIII, XXIX, XXX, XXXI, XXXII, XXXVI, XXXix, XLII, XLIV, XLV,

XLVI, XLVIII, XLIX, L, LVI, LX SHELLEY, Percy. Bysshe (1792–1822) CLXXII, CLXXVI, CLXXXIV,

CLXXXVIII, cxcv, ccm, CCXXVI, ccxxvii, ccxli, ccxlvi,
CCLII, CCLIX, CCLX, CCLXIV, CCLXV, CCLXVIII, CCLXXI,

CCLXXIV, CCLXXV, CCLXXVII, CCLXXXV, CCLXXXVIII
SHIRLEY, James (1596_1666) LXVIII, LXIX
SIDNEY, Philip (1554—1586) XXIV
SOUTHEY, Robert (1774-1843) CCXVI, CCXXVIII
SPENSER, Edmund (1553-1598-9) Lií
SUCKLING, John (1608-9---1641) CI
SYLVESTER, Joshua (1563-1618) XXV

THOMSON, James (1700-1748) CXXII, CXXXVI
VAUGHAN, Henry (1621–1695) LXXV
VERE, Edward (1534-1604) XLI
WALLER, Edmund (1605–1687) LXXXIX, XOV
WEBSTER, John (- 1638 ?) XLVII
WITHER, George (1588-1667) CIII
WOLFE, Charles (1791–1823) CCXVIII
WORDSWORTH, William (1776—1850) CLXXIV, CLXXVII, CLXXVIII,

CLXXIX, CLXXX, CLXXXIX, CC, CCVIII, CCX, CCXI, CCXII, CCXIII,
CCXIV, CCXIX, CCXXIII, CCXXXVIII, CCXL, CCXLII, CCXLIII,
CCXLV, CCXLVII, CCXLVIII, CCXLIX, CCL, COLI, CCLIII, CCLIV,
CCLVII, CCLVIII, CCLXI, CCLXVI, OCLXIX, CCLXXII, CCLXXIII,
CCLXXVI, CCLXXVIII, CCLXXIX, OCLXXXI, CCLXXXII, CCLXXXVI,

CCLXXXVII WOTTON, Henry (1568–1639) LXXII, LXXXIV. WYAT, Thomas (1503-1542), XXI, XXXIII UNKNOWN: IX, XVII, XL, LXXX, LXXXVI, XCI, XCIV, XCVII, CVI,

CVII, CVIII, CXXVIII

INDEX OF FIRST LINES

Absence, hear thou my protestation
A Chieftain to the Highlands bound
A flock of sheep that leisurely pass by
Ah, Chloris! could I now but sit
Ah! County Guy, the hour is nigh.
All in the Downs the fleet was moor'd
All thoughts, all passions, all delights
And are ye sure the news is true
And is this-Yarrow?-This the Stream
And thou art dead, as young and fair
And wilt thou leave me thus
Ariel to Miranda :-Take
Art thou pale for weariness
Art thou poor, yet hast thou golden slumbers.
As it fell upon a day
w! was walking all alane

sluniber did my spirit seal.
As slow our ship her foamy track
A sweet disorder in the dress
At the corner of Wood Street, when daylight appears
At the mid hour of night, when stars are weeping, I fly
Avenge, O Lord ! thy slaughter'd Saints, whose bones
Awake, Aeolian lyre, awake
wake, awake, my Lyre

weary lot is thine, fair maid
A wet sheet and a flowing sea
A widow bird. sate mourning for her Love

PAOK

6 179 269

69 183 122 168 151 261 196

20 252 269 36 21 88 178 217

76 251 196

49 130

82 191 200 269

Bards of Passion and of Mirth
Beauty sat bathing by a spring .
Behold her, single

in the field
Being your slave, what should I do but tend
Beneath these fruit-tree boughs that shed
Best and Brightest, come away.
Bid me to live, and I will live
Blest pair of Sirens, pledges of Heaven's joy.
Blow, blow, thou winter wind
Bright Star! would I were steadfast as thou art

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11 250

7 242 263

78 101

25 194

Call for the robin-redbreast and the wren
Calm was the day, and through the trembling air
Captain, or Colonel, or Knight in arms
Care-charmer Sloep, son of the sable Night.
Come away, come away,

Death.
Come live with me and be my Love
Crabbed Age and Youth
Cupid and my Campaspe play'd
Cyriack, whose grandsire, on the royal bench.

25 31 60 21 26 4 5 30 65

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