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  1. Agrippina, a Tragedy  (20 results)
              P    brings her to Baiae, where he means to conceal her among the
              P    Emperor's authority; but, knowing the lawless temper of Nero, he
              P    utmost necessity. In the meantime he commits her to the care of
              P    Anicetus, whom he takes to be his friend, and in whose age he
              P    thinks he may safely confide. Nero is not yet come to Baiae:
              P    but Seneca, whom he sends before him, informs Agrippina of the
              P    following plot to ruin Agrippina: He betrays his trust to Otho,
              P    which is to be furnished by Anicetus; but he, pretending to
              P    Otho, and finish the horrid deed he had attempted on his
            22    He's gone; and much I hope these walls alone
            31    To aim the forked bolt; while he stood trembling,
            38    Of Agrippina's race, he lived unknown
            69    He reigns, the rest is heaven's; who oft has bade,
            81    The very power he has to be ungrateful.
            87    Carry to him thy timid counsels. He
            94    Has he beheld the glittering front of war?
            97    Sweat under iron harness? Is he not
          160    Before he sees me. Yes, I will be gone,
          176    He was the cause. My love, my fears for him,

  2. A Long Story  (14 results)
            10    When he had fifty winters o'er him,
            67    Under a tea-cup he might lie,
            76    He heard the distant din of war.
            77    Short was his joy. He little knew
            87    That, will he, nill he, to the Great-House
            88    He went, as if the Devil drove him.
            91    To Phoebus he preferred his case,
          118    When he the solemn hall had seen;
          120    He stood as mute as poor Macleane.
          121    Yet something he was heard to mutter,
          125    'He once or twice had penned a sonnet;
          126    'Yet hoped that he might save his bacon:
          128    'He ne'er was for a conjurer taken.'

  3. [Translation from Statius, Thebaid VI 646-88, 704-24]  (11 results)
            11    A third arose, of Acarnania he,
            21    He said, and scornful flung the unheeded weight
            37    The ponderous brass in exercise he bore:
            38    Where flowed the widest stream he took his stand;
            41    And now in dust the polished ball he rolled,
            45    Nor tempts he yet the plain but, hurled upright,
            47    Firmly he plants each knee and o'er his head,
            62    Artful and strong he poised the well-known weight,
            65    His vigorous arm he tried before he flung,
            81    'Twas there he aimed the meditated harm,

  4. The Bard. A Pindaric Ode  (10 results)
              P    that EDWARD the First, when he compleated the conquest of
            12    He wound with toilsome march his long array.
            64    "Low on his funeral couch he lies!
            68    "Thy son is gone. He rests among the dead.
            79    "Reft of a crown, he yet may share the feast:
          137    'Tomorrow he repairs the golden flood,
          143    He spoke, and headlong from the mountain's height
          144    Deep in the roaring tide he plunged to endless night.
              P    he caused a fortified camp to be constructed.].''
              P    The silver Boar was the badge of Richard the Third; whence he was usually known in

  5. The Descent of Odin. An Ode  (10 results)
              3    Down the yawning steep he rode,
              6    His shaggy throat he opened wide,
              9    Hoarse he bays with hideous din,
            13    Onward still his way he takes,
            18    By the moss-grown pile he sate,
            22    Thrice he traced the runic rhyme;
            35    Who is he, with voice unblest,
            38    Is he that calls, a Warrior's son.
            69    Till he on Hoder's corse shall smile
              P    when he shall break his bonds; the human race, the stars, and sun, shall disappear;

  6. The Progress of Poesy. A Pindaric Ode  (10 results)
            48    Say, has he given in vain the heavenly Muse?
            51    He gives to range the dreary sky:
            95    Nor second he, that rode sublime
            98    He passed the flaming bounds of place and time:
          101    He saw; but blasted with excess of light,
          113    Wakes thee now? Though he inherit
          121    Yet shall he mount, and keep his distant way
              P    [Greek line (omitted)] [He (Odysseus) gazed at the quick twinkling of (the dancers')
              P    feet; and he wondered in his heart.]
              P    [He] Milton.

  7. The Candidate  (9 results)
              3    A-wooing he went, where three sisters of old
              9    Then he shambles and straddles so oddly, I fear—
            14    When she died, I can't tell, but he once had a wife.
            15    'They say he's no Christian, loves drinking and whoring,
            28    He drinks: so did Noah; he swears: so do I.
            30    Besides, he repents, and he talks about G[od].
            34    He's Christian enough that repents and that [stitches].'

  8. Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard  (8 results)
          103    'His listless length at noontide would he stretch,
          106    'Muttering his wayward fancies he would rove,
          112    'Nor up the lawn, nor at the wood was he;
          123    He gave to Misery all he had, a tear,
          124    He gained from Heaven ('twas all he wished) a friend.
              P    If he hears) — from afar the bell

  9. [Translation from Dante, Inferno Canto xxxiii 1-78]  (6 results)
              3    Of the half-devoured head he wiped, and thus
            21    Attend, and say if he have injured me.
            35    The deadliest: he their chief, the foremost he
            82    He finished; then with unrelenting eye
            83    Askance he turned him, hasty to renew

  10. [Translation] From Tasso [Gerusalemme Liberata] Canto 14, Stanza 32-9.  (6 results)
            12    The wondrous sage: vigorous he seemed in years,
            15    Against the stream the waves secure he trod,
            26    His course he turned and thus relieved their care:
            39    Scarce had he said, before the warriors' eyes
            43    Their hands he seized and down the steep he led,

  11. The Characters of the Christ-Cross Row, By a Critic, To Mrs —  (4 results)
            30    Like Punch he peeps, but soon pops in again.
            32    Mortals he loves to prick and pinch and pluck.
            33    Now a pert prig, he perks upon your face;
            40    He in plantations hangs like pear or plum,

  12. [Epitaph on Sir William Williams]  (3 results)
              5    At Aix uncalled his maiden sword he drew,
              7    From fortune, pleasure, science, love, he flew,
            10    Victor he stood on Belle Isle's rocky steeps;

  13. [Sketch of his Own Character]  (3 results)
              2    He had not the method of making a fortune:
              4    No very great wit, he believed in a God.
              5    A post or a pension he did not desire,

  14. The Triumphs of Owen. A Fragment  (3 results)
              5    He nor heaps his brooded stores,
            22    High he rears his ruby crest.
            29    Where he points his purple spear,

  15. [The Death of Hoel]  (2 results)
              8    He asked no heaps of hoarded gold;
            10    He asked and had the lovely maid.

  16. The Fatal Sisters. An Ode  (2 results)
              P    opening in the rocks he saw twelve gigantic figures resembling
            35    Spite of danger he shall live.

  17. [Imitated] From Propertius. Lib: 2: Eleg: 1.  (2 results)
          108    He lived while she was kind, and, when she frowned, he died.

  18. On L[or]d H[olland']s Seat near M[argat]e, K[en]t  (2 results)
              5    On this congenial spot he fixed his choice;
            12        Art he invokes new horrors still to bring.

  19. [Translation from Statius, Thebaid IX 319-26]  (2 results)
              5    In this clear wave he first beheld the day;
              8    Fear he disdains and scorns the power of fate,

  20. William Shakespeare to Mrs Anne, Regular Servant to the Revd Mr Precentor of York  (2 results)
            13    If then he wreak on me his wicked will,
            16    Grease his best pen, and all he scribbles, tear.

  21. [Epitaph on Mrs Clerke]  (1 result)
            11    Whom what awaits, while yet he strays

  22. [Impromptus]  (1 result)
              6    He eat a fat goose and could not digest her—

  23. [Lines on Dr Robert Smith]  (1 result)
              4        But because he has writ about seeing.

  24. [Lines Spoken by the Ghost of John Dennis at the Devil Tavern]  (1 result)
              9    Nor seeks he your Tartarean fires to know,

  25. Ode to Adversity  (1 result)
            11    To thee he gave the heavenly birth,

  26. Song II  (1 result)
              2    Ere the spring he would return.

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