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T., 195.

Christ Church, Oxford, Delinquent, 50, (1) a defaul- Fidelia (T. Jordan), 104, 105.
214, 215.

ter, (2) the name given by Field, 85, 104, the battle-field.
Cicero,
M. T., 252.

the Parliament the Files, 178, ranks = armies of
City of Palm Trees, 180, Royalists.

Angels.
Heaven.

Denham, Sir J., 30-32. Finch, Earl of Winchilsea;
Cleveland, J., 214, 215. Desire, 35, 40, love longings.
Clora (J. Walton), 246. Desire, 40, the same per- Flatman, T., 292–294.
Closet, 68, 196, a small room sonified.

Flavia (É. Waller, M.P.), 53,
for retirement and medita- Deva, 5, the Cheshire Dee. 59.
tion,

Dianeme (Rev. R. Herrick), Fletcher, J., 133, 221.
Clout, 285, a piece of leather 147.

Full forty years, 37. There-
used to mend something. Dick ( = Richard] (Anon.), fore M. Parker wrote this
Cælia (Anon.), 289, 290.

286-288.

Ballad in 1643:
Coif, 192, a cap like a night- Digby, Earl of Bristol; J., Frenches, 39, the French.
сар.

197

Friar's Lanthorn, 13, Ignis
Cokayne,Bart.; Sir A., 220- Doil [ = Dorothy] (Anon.), fatuus, marsh gas.
224.

one.

110.

286-288.
If Committees thou erect, Don Quichoterie, 93, the
103, have more Lovers than

striving for an impracticable

ideal ; like Don Quixote.
Coridon (Anon.), 290. Drake, Sir F., 258-260.
Coridon (Dr. H. Hughes), D' you, 173, do you.
280.

Dudley, D., 196.
Corinna (Rev. R. Herrick), Dudley, Governor T., 196.
Corydon (J. Milton), 13.
Cotton, C., 86, 87.
Cowley, A., 247-260.
Coy excuse, 3, shy, diffident.
Crashaw, Rev. R., 160-168.
Cromweli, O., 232-237.
Crop-full, 14, filled to reple-

Gadding, 4, straggling.
tion.

Gallant it, 98, brave it, show
Crowne, J., 296, 297:

oneself fine.
Crow-toe, 8, hyacinth.

'Gan, 64, began.
Curchy, 286, curtsy.

Gentles, 199, larvæ of the

flesh-fly or blue-bottle.
Glass, 261, a drinking glass.
Golden Pomp, 113, 133, an

expression taken by Herrick

from the aurea pompa of
Good Earl, 2, James Ley,

Ovid.
Earl of Marlborough,
Eaton, Sir J., 29.

Graham, Marquis of Mont-

rose; J., 100-103.
E'er, 296.
Electra (Rev. R. Herrick), Gratiana (Col. R. Lovelace).

94.
110, 130.
Eliza (X. Cowley), 254.

Grots, 185, grottoes.
Enchantments, 107, Her-

The fair guerdon, 5, reward
rick's name for his Poems.
Two-handed engine, 7, sword

wielded with two hands.

Damotus (J. Milton), 4.
Damon (Anon.), 289-291.
Danaë, 143.
Daphne (Dr. H. Hughes), 280.
Dappled dawn, ii, having

clouds of mottled shades.
Davenant, P.L.; Sir W.,

226-231.

Fane, Earl of Westmor. Habington, W., 24, 25.

land ; M., 154-159. Hair-lace, 192, á gilet, besc
Fanshawe, Sir R., 99.

band.

=

Hal [ = Henry) (Anon.), 286- | Joan (Anon.), 286-288. Lesbian shore, 5, in the
288.
Joan (A. Cowley), 256.

island of Lesbos (Mitylene).
Hall, J., 72, 73.
Joan F. Quarles), 47.

L'Estrange, Sir R., 68-71
Hampden, J., 30, 31. Johnny (Anon., 286-288. Ley, Earl of Marlborough;
Haslerig, Sir A., 30, 31.
Jonson, B., 14, 130.

J.), 2.
Heath, R., 174-176.

Jordan, T., 104, 105. Ley, Lady M., 2.
Hebrides, 8.

Judith (A. Cowley), 255. When they list, 7, they please.
The swift Hebrus, 5, in Julia (J. Hall), 73.

Within my list, 48, border.
Thrace.

Julia (Rev. R. Herrick), 106, it was 'long (= along), 282,
Heleonora (A. Cowley), 257. 110, 141, 146, 150.

on account of.
Henrietta Maria, Queen, Junkets, 13, sweetmeats. Love=CUPID.
274.

Juno's delight, 156, pea. Love, the affection between
Henriette (A. Cowley), 256. cocks.

individuals of the opposite
Herods, 99

sexes that are capable of
Herrick, Rev. R., 106-153.

intermarriage.
Him, that left half told, 19,

In love.
G. Chaucer in his unfinished

My Love, the Lady, or
Squire's Tale.

Gentleman, I love.
Hodge [ = Hodgkin) (Anon.),

My love, the love I have for
286-288.
Holinshed, R., 257.

Lovelace, Col. R., 84-96.
Holles, D., 30, 31.

Lover, a man who loves a
Homer, 113.

woman. Also called, Ser-
Hookes, N., 206, 207.

vant, True Love.
Howell, J., 265, 266.

The Art of Loving, 228,
Hugh (Anon.), 286-288.

Lucasta (Col. R. Lovelace),
Hughes, Doctor H., 274–280.

84, 85, 91.
Hyde Park, London, 272.

Lucia (Anon.), 217.
Lycidas (E. King, Fellow of
°Christ Coll., Cambridge ;
drowned 10 Aug, 1637, on
the coast of North Wales),

3-9.

Lydia (Sir A. Cokayne, Bart.),
Kate [ = Katharine] (Anon.) 224.

286-288.
Katharine (A. Cowley), 256.
Kie, 158, cows.
King, Bishop of Chiches.

ter; H., 97, 98.

that person.

I', 63, 202, &c., in.
I'd, 297, I would.
I'm, 64, I am.
Isabella(A. Cowley), 255.
I'th', 63, in the.

Lader, 284, one who loads a

waggon.

The language of the Beast,
Jane (Anon.), 286-288.

45, Latin.
Jane (A. Cowley), 256. Laverock, 246, lark..
Jill ( = Juliana] (Anon.), 286- Lavinian shore, 243.
288.

Lawes, H., 194.

Machiavel, the Waiting Maid

(A. Cowley), 257, a lady's
maid, of a Macchiavellian
type of character.
Madge [ = Margaret] (Anon.),

286-288.
The azure Main, 267, the
expanse of ocean.

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22.

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65.

Throw the merry Main, 268, | Narcissus, 60, 72.

That Parliament, 2, the Par-
a throw of the dice in gam. Neæra (J. Milton), 5.

liament of 1628.
bling

Negromantic eyes, 266, exer. Parthenissa (T. Flatman),
Makes, 38, Lovers.
cising the Black Art.

292, 293
Malapert Males, 231, ill-bred, Nelly, 241, Nell Gwynn. Passion, predilection, habi-
saucy, impudent.
Nick ( = Nicholas)' (Anon.),

tude The ruling Passion
Mal[=Moll= Mary) (Anon.), 286-288.

strong in death.'
286-288.

Noggins, 281, wooden mugs. Passion, emotion, not neces-
Manchet, 219, bread made Noll [= Oliver) (Anon.), 286- sarily of love. It might also
from the finest wheaten flour. 288.

be of anger, grief, zeal, &c.
Honoured Margaret, 2, Lady Numbers, 133, 192, Poetry. Passion, Passions, anxie.
M. Ley.

Nut-brown Phillis, 280, a ties of mind and agonies of
Margarita (A. Cowley), 254. brunette.

soul through love for one of
Martha (A. Cowley), 254.

the opposite sex.
Marvell, M.P.; A., 232-241.

Pelops' line, 19, race, de-
Mary(Anon.), 50. The iniquity

scendants.
of this name consisted in

Perenna (Rev. R. Herrick),
its being like the Queen's,
Henrietta Maria.

Perilla (Rev. R. Herrick, 110.
Mary, three (A. Cowley), 254-

Philarchus (F. Quarles), 42-
256.

48.
Mary, the sister of Lazarus,

Philarthus (F. Quarles), 42-

48.
Massinger, P., 221.

Philips, K., 270-273.
Matt [= Matthew] (Anon.),

Phillis (Anon.), 23.
286-288.

Phillis (Anon.), 289-291.
A Maying, 10, gathering,

Phillis (King Charles II), 242.
especially
on May
Day, the

Phillis (Rev.R. Herrick, 139,
hawthorn, called May, be-

140.
cause it blooms in that

Phillis (Dr. H. Hughes', 280,
month.

Phillis (J. Milton), 13.
Mayne, J., 225.

Phillis (E. Waller, M.P.), 64,
Prince Memnon, 16.
Milton, J., 1-22, 237-239. O'er, 35, over.

Piedmont, 22.
Smooth-sliding Mincius, 6. old man eloquent, 2, Iso- Piedmontese, 22.
Mineralists, 96, mineralo- crates.

The Pilot, 7, St. Peter.
gists.

The matchless Orinda, 270- Pitcher, 284, one who pitches
Mistress, always, in this 273. See Philips.

up to a waggon.
Series, in a good sense; with Orpheus, 5, 15, 19.

Plantations, 150, colonies.
its many equivalents, such Ovideus Naso, P., 114. Plautia (Sir A. Cokayne,
as, sweet Heart! dear Joy! Owe, 162, own.

Bart.), 222.
Saint! dearest Shepherd- | Oxford, 37.
ling! sweet Shepherdling!

PLAYS-
Sovereign! fair Sweet! pretty,

King and No King, by
Sweeting! sweet Virgin!

J. Fletcher, 133.
&c., &c.

Love lies a bleeding, by
Mona, 5, the isle of Anglesey.

J. Fletcher, 133,
Moseley, H., 221.

Mad Lover, by J. Fletcher,
Guarded Mount, 8, St. Mi-

133;
chael's Mount, Cornwall.

Works, i e. the Comedies,
Musæus, 19.

&c., of F. Beaumont and
Myrrha (Rev. R. Herrick),

J. Fletcher, 221.
Pond, -, 36.
Popinjay, 155, parrot.
To prevent, 1, anticipate.
Prince of Wales, 104, after

wards King Charles II.
prithee, 105, pray thee.
Proper, 248, is an ironical
use of proper, which means

tall, well inade, handsome.

Propertius, S., 114.
Namancos, 8, in old maps of Pale, 61, inclosure, bounds. Prue (Rev. R. Herrick), 108
Galicia.

Parcelled, 179, diffused, ex- Prune = preen, 156, trim,
Nan (=Nancy] (Anon.), 286- panded.

Public Meetings, 196, foc
288.
Parker, M., 36 39.

divine worship.

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The Public's skirt, 235. Here Rosamond, 143.

the State is likened by A. Russet lawns, 12, a reddish-
Marvell to a woman

brown colour.
Pulse, 149, a vegetable pot. Ruth, 22.

tage.
Pym, J., 30, 31, 50.

My Bottel is but small, 285,

there is little in it.
Sock, 14, the light shoe worn

by the ancient Athenian
comic actors. Hence, the
symbol of Comedy.
They are sped! 7, prosper,

promoted.
Laurel spirts i' th' fire, 107,

crackles.
Spring Garden, London,

272
Stagirite, 252, Aristotle.
Stanley, T., 74-80.
Stench, 109, 147, stanch.
Stow, J., 257.
Strode, w., 30, 31.
Sue [= Susan) (Anon.), 286-

288.
Susan, Susanna(A.Cowley),

255
Swart star, 8, the dog star.
Sycamore, 207, the European

maple-tree.
Syllabub, 159, a drink made

of wine, cider, &c., and

milk; and sweetened.
Sylvan (J. Milton), 20.
Hold a Synod in thy heart,
102,

have more Lovers than

one.

Quaint, 42., 42–48.

elegant.
Quarles,
Quarr, 159, quarry.

'S, 34, 168, &c., is.
'S, 124, us.
Sacharissa (= Lady Doro-

thy Sidney) (E. Waller,

M.P.), 56, 57
Sackville, Earl of Dorset,

C., 267-269.
Samson, 237
Sappho (Rev. R. Herrick),

IIO, 120.
Thy Scholar's victories,

252, Alexander the Great's.
Scrannel pipes, 7, squeaking.
Shakespeare, W., 14,
Shawford brook, 246.
Sherburne, Sir E., 186, 187.
Shirley, J., 201-204,
Shoots of Everlasting.

ness, 180 intimations,

instincts, of immortality.
The rathe primrose, 8, early. Shorthose, J., 288.
Rebecca (A. Cowley), 255.

Sidnæan showers, 163, in
Rebecks, 13, fiddles.

the style of Sir P. Sidney,
Reprive, 167, reprieve. Sisters of the sacred Well, 'T, 150, 210, &c., it.
River, -, 36.

3, the Muses, at the Pierian T', 158, &c., to.
Robinson, H., 221.

spring at the foot of Mount Tennis, 188, 212, 213.
Romira U. Hall), 72, 73. Olympus, in Thessaly. A tester, 218, a sixpence.

Th', 4, 54, &c., the.
Thames, 198
Thebes, 19.
Themilis (Rev. R. Herrick),

139.
Thestylis (J. Milton), 13.
They're, 177, they are.
Th' hast, 194, thou hast.
Thirsis (Anon.), 23.
Thirsis (E. Waller, M.P.), 53.
Thomasine (A. Cowley), 256.
Thyrsis (J. Milton), 13.
Tibullus, A., 114.
Time, 200, thyme.
Tiresias, 238.
'Tis, 34, 52.

&c., it is.
Tom the Great, 214, 215, the

great bell of Christ Church,

Oxford.
Tom Tyler (F. Quarles), 47.
Toulouse, Count, 268.
Townshend, A., 208, 209.
Tow'rd, 63, toward.
Train, 2, attendants.
A Trasy, 109, a spaniel.
Troy, 19.
'Twas, 67, 264, &c., it was.
"Twere, 106, it were.

Unflead, 148, untouched. Pious Wand'rer's fleet, 259,

Æneas'.
Washbourne, D.D.; Rev.

T., 210, 211.
Wat (=Walter) (Anon.), 286-

288.
Weanling herds, 4, recently

weaned.
Welter, 3, to roll about, toss.
Wentworth, Earl of Straf.

ford; T., 26-28.
Sir Whacham (Dr. H.

Hughes), 276.
Wheeler, E., 136.
Whitehall Palace, 36.
Whitehall Stairs, 268, the

landing place for boats on
the Thames, at Whitehall

Palace.
Men who've, 268, who have.
Willy ( = William] (Anon.),

286-288.

Worts, 149, vegetables.
Vandyke, Sir A., 54, 55.
Vaughan, H., 177-185.
Vie, 103, complete.
Virgilius Maro, P., 113, 252.
Virtuous Ring and Glass, 19,

possessing wonderful pro-
perties.

Yet once more, 3:

These
words connect Lycidas with
the previous Elegies in the
volume entitled Justa Eda
vardo King naufrago, IC,
1638.
Young, Mr., 286.

Unctious, 219, unctuous. W', 124, we.
Unexpressive, 9, not capa Wade, J., 281-285.

ble of expression, inexpres Waller, M.P.; E., 51-67.
sible.

Walton, I., 246.

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