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  1. Agrippina, a Tragedy  (27 results)
              P    Poppaea, believed to be in love with Otho.
              P    Otho, a young man of quality, in love with Poppaea.
              P    The drama opens with the indignation of Agrippina, at receiving
              P    beautiful Poppaea; the Emperor is immediately struck with her
              P    tho', in reality, she is from the first dazzled with the
              P    prospect of empire, and forgets Otho: She therefore joins with
              P    acquaint her with his fears that her son Nero would marry
              P    returns to Baiae. In this interval Otho has an interview with
              P    determines to fly with her into Greece, by means of a vessel
              P    pretence of a plot upon the Emperor's life, is sent with a
            18    When a boy frowns, nor to be lured with smiles
            32    Scared at the sound and dazzled with its brightness?
            37    Decked with no other lustre than the blood
            50    A heart that glows with the pure Julian fire,
            62    Due sacrifice performed with barbarous rites
            80    These were your gift, and with them you bestowed
            90    With equal power resume that gift, and raise
          102    With shows of fair obeisance; and a call
          107    With stubborn nerves the tide, and face the rigour
          116    With customed awe, the daughter, sister, wife,
          125    That struggle with the yoke. How shall the spark
          149    With his plain soldier's oath and honest seeming.
          170    Enshrined Claudius, with the pitied ghosts
          178    And froze them up with deadly cruelty.
          186    With more elusive speed the dazzled sight
          188    Dispel, my fair, with smiles, the timorous cloud
          192    With fond reluctance, yielding modesty,

  2. The Bard. A Pindaric Ode  (19 results)
              4    'They mock the air with idle state.
            12    He wound with toilsome march his long array.
            18    With haggard eyes the poet stood;
            21    And with a master's hand, and prophet's fire,
            36    'Smeared with gore, and ghastly pale:
            47    'With me in dreadful harmony they join,
            48    'And weave with bloody hands the tissue of thy line.'
            54    "When Severn shall re-echo with affright
            57    "She-wolf of France, with unrelenting fangs,
            61    "Amazement in his van, with Flight combined,
            88    "With many a foul and midnight murther fed,
            92    "Twined with her blushing foe, we spread:
          111    'Girt with many a baron bold
          130    'With Horror, tyrant of the throbbing breast.
          138    'And warms the nations with redoubled ray.
          139    'Enough for me: with joy I see
              P    Mocking the air with colours idly spread.
              P    says, 'And thus she, lion-like rising, daunted the malapert Orator no less with her stately port
              P    and majestical deporture, than with the tartnesse of her princelie checkes.' [John Speed

  3. The Progress of Poesy. A Pindaric Ode  (14 results)
            22    With ruffled plumes and flagging wing:
            30    With antic Sports and blue-eyed Pleasures,
            38    With arms sublime, that float upon the air,
          101    He saw; but blasted with excess of light,
          106    With necks in thunder clothed, and long-resounding pace.
          116    Sailing with supreme dominion
          120    With orient hues, unborrowed of the sun:
              P    Pindar styles his own poetry with its musical accompanyments, [Greek sentence (omitted),
              P    The subject and simile, as usual with Pindar, are united. The various sources of
              P    majestic progress enriching every subject (otherwise dry and barren) with a pomp
              P    its connection with liberty, and the virtues that naturally attend on it. [See the
              P    unacquainted with the writings of Dante or of Petrarch. The Earl of Surrey and Sir Tho.
              P    Hast thou cloathed his neck with thunder?
              P    indeed of late days has touched the true chords, and with a masterly hand, in some of

  4. [The Alliance of Education and Government. A Fragment]  (13 results)
            15    If equal Justice with unclouded face
            17    And scatter with a free though frugal hand
            20    To check their tender hopes with chilling fear,
            24    His sable sons with nearer course surrounds,
            30    With sense to feel, with memory to retain,
            48    And, where the deluge burst, with sweepy sway
            54    With grim delight the brood of winter view
            62    And sees far off with an indignant groan
            91    With sidelong plough to quell the flinty ground,
            95    They guard with spirit what by strength they gained;
          103    And broods o'er Egypt with his watery wings,
          104    If with adventurous oar and ready sail,

  5. [Translation from Statius, Thebaid VI 646-88, 704-24]  (11 results)
              5    Young Pterelas with strength unequal drew,
            18    And batter Cadmus' walls with stony showers,
            27    With doubled light it beamed against the day:
            29    With such a gleam affrights Pangaea's field,
            31    And, clashed, rebellows with the din of war.
            44    Suspends the crowd with animation warm,
            51    Anon with slackened rage comes quivering down,
            56    In vain the nations with officious fear
            61    With sturdy step and slow, Hippomedon.
            67    Then, with a tempest's whirl and wary eye,
            84    With native spots and artful labour gay:

  6. The Characters of the Christ-Cross Row, By a Critic, To Mrs —  (10 results)
              5    E enters next and with her Eve appears.
              6    Not like yon dowager depressed with years:
            17    All with fantastic clues, fantastic clothes,
            18    With fans and flounces, fringe and furbelows.
            31    Pleased with his pranks, the pisgys calls him Puck,
            34    Now peers, pores, ponders with profound grimace;
            47    K as a man with hoarser accent speaks;
            56    With rooks and rabbit-burrows round his seat.
            58    So, big with weddings, waddles W,
            61    With woe behind and wantonness before.

  7. Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard  (10 results)
            31    Nor Grandeur hear with a disdainful smile,
            46    Some heart once pregnant with celestial fire;
            50    Rich with the spoils of time did ne'er unroll;
            57    Some village-Hampden, that with dauntless breast
            72    With incense kindled at the Muse's flame.
            79    With uncouth rhymes and shapeless sculpture decked,
            99    'Brushing with hasty steps the dews away
          108    'Or crazed with care, or crossed in hopeless love.
          113    'The next with dirges due in sad array
              P    And which pierces the new pilgrim with love,

  8. Ode for Music  (9 results)
              3    'And Ignorance with looks profound,
            29    'Where willowy Camus lingers with delight!
            34    'With Freedom by my side, and soft-eyed Melancholy.'
            36    With solemn steps and slow,
            39    Great Edward with the lilies on his brow
            80    'Nor dares with courtly tongue refined
            83    'With modest pride to grace thy youthful brow
            88    'Join with glad voice the loud symphonious lay.
            90    'With watchful eye and dauntless mien

  9. [Imitated] From Propertius. Lib: 2: Eleg: 1.  (8 results)
            15    And sing with what a careless grace she flings
            19    With lulling notes, and thousand beauties see
            30    Big with important nothing's history.
            40    Nor lofty Carthage struggling with her fate.
            46    And sad Philippi red with Roman gore.
            49    And hoary Nile with pensive aspect seem
            54    And with his garlands weave thy ever-faithful name;
            57    Nor I with unaccustomed vigour trace

  10. A Long Story  (8 results)
            30    Had armed with spirit, wit, and satire:
            32    And tipped her arrows with good-nature.
            37    With bonnet blue and capucine,
            94    But, with a blush on recollection,
          110    And doff their hats with due submission:
          113    The bard with many an artful fib
          129    The ghostly prudes with hagged face
          131    My lady rose and with a grace—

  11. Ode to Adversity  (8 results)
              8    With pangs unfelt before, unpitied and alone.
            14    With patience many a year she bore:
            21    Light they disperse, and with them go
            28    With leaden eye, that loves the ground,
            31    With Justice to herself severe,
            36    Nor circled with the vengeful band
            38    With thundering voice and threatening mien,
            39    With screaming Horror's funeral cry,

  12. The Fatal Sisters. An Ode  (7 results)
              P    went with a fleet of ships and a considerable body of troops
              P    into Ireland, to the assistance of Sictryg with the silken beard,
            23    Blade with clattering buckler meet,
            42    Gored with many a gaping wound:
            61    Sisters, hence with spurs of speed:
              P    They were mounted on swift horses, with drawn swords in their hands; and in the throng
              P    and served the departed Heroes with horns of mead and ale.

  13. [Translation from Dante, Inferno Canto xxxiii 1-78]  (7 results)
            27    Prophetic of my woes with direful hand
            31    A wolf full-grown; with fleet and equal speed
            42    My children (they were with me) sleep as yet
            49    Sad with the fears of sleep, and now the hour
            59    Till a new sun arose with weakly gleam
            67    These miserable limbs with flesh you clothed;
            82    He finished; then with unrelenting eye

  14. The Descent of Odin. An Ode  (6 results)
              1    Uprose the King of Men with speed,
              7    While from his jaws, with carnage filled,
              9    Hoarse he bays with hideous din,
            11    And long pursues with fruitless yell
            35    Who is he, with voice unblest,
              P    Hela is described with a dreadful countenance, & her body half flesh-colour

  15. Ode on the Death of a Favourite Cat, Drowned in a Tub of Gold Fishes  (5 results)
            10    Her coat, that with the tortoise vies,
            19    The hapless nymph with wonder saw:
            21        With many an ardent wish,
            25    Presumptuous maid! with looks intent
            39        And be with caution bold.

  16. [Ode on the Pleasure Arising from Vicissitude]  (5 results)
              3    With vermeil cheek and whisper soft
            24    With forward and reverted eyes.
            32    Gilds with a gleam of distant day.
            39    And blended form, with artful strife,
            55    [...] with resistless sweep

  17. [Translation] From Tasso [Gerusalemme Liberata] Canto 14, Stanza 32-9.  (5 results)
            10    Swoll'n with new force and late-descending rains.
            37    Nor doubt with me to tread the downward road
            53    Whate'er with copious train its channel fills,
            63    Here gems break through the night with glittering beam,
            68    And rubies flame, with sapphires heavenly blue;

  18. [Hymn to Ignorance. A Fragment]  (4 results)
            10    Prostrate with filial reverence I adore.
            21    With damp, cold touch forbid it to aspire,
            27    Not thus of old, with ensigns wide unfurled,
            37    Like old Sesostris with barbaric pride;

  19. [Lines Spoken by the Ghost of John Dennis at the Devil Tavern]  (4 results)
              2    From groves that smile with never-fading green,
            15    Began with speed new regions to explore,
            31    With gloomy haunts and twilight walks between,
            35    With Queen Elizabeth and Nicolini.

  20. Ode on a Distant Prospect of Eton College  (4 results)
            26    With pliant arm thy glassy wave?
            66    Or Jealousy with rankling tooth,
            78    And keen Remorse with blood defiled,
            89    That numbs the soul with icy hand,

  21. Ode on the Spring  (4 results)
            16    With me the Muse shall sit, and think
              P    [Quite] O'er-canopied with luscious woodbine.
              P    — sporting with quick glance
              P    Shew to the sun their waved coats drop'd with gold.

  22. [Epitaph on Mrs Clerke]  (3 results)
            16    With life, with memory, and with love.

  23. Imitated from Propertius, Lib: 3: Eleg: 5:  (3 results)
              4    Wars hand to hand with Cynthia let me wage.
            25    And whence, anew revived, with silver light
            31    How flames perhaps, with dire confusion hurled,

  24. [Translation from Statius, Thebaid IX 319-26]  (3 results)
              3    With new-born heat amidst his native stream
            11    Visits each bank and stalks with martial pride,
            15    Or cuts the downward stream with equal force,

  25. The Candidate  (2 results)
              2    With a lick of court whitewash and pious grimace,
            21    From dinner she rose with her bumper in hand,

  26. [The Death of Hoel]  (2 results)
              2    With headlong rage and wild affright
            19    Flushed with mirth and hope they burn:

  27. [Epitaph on Sir William Williams]  (2 results)
              4    Nor Envy dared to view him with a frown.
              9    With eyes of flame and cool intrepid breast,

  28. [Tophet]  (2 results)
              4    With servile simper nod the mitred head.
              5    Our Mother-Church with half-averted sight

  29. The Triumphs of Owen. A Fragment  (2 results)
              9    Big with hosts of mighty name,
            31    Marking with indignant eye

  30. [Caradoc]  (1 result)
              2    Or the bull, with sullen roar,

  31. [Invitation to Mason]  (1 result)
              8    And Balguy with a bishop in his belly!

  32. Lines on the Accession of George III  (1 result)
              6        With dismal cheerful face.

  33. Stanzas to Mr Bentley  (1 result)
            24        And dazzle with a luxury of light.

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