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King in Hamlet, his despairing
foliloquy, 234
Kings, friendship
them, 101
King-killing deteftable, 104
Kings, their divinity, 243
Knowledge, fometimes hurt-
ful, 105

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Labour, 195

Ladies, young, cautions to
them, 210

Launce leading a dog, 84
Life, loathed, 151

Life and death weighed, 227
Light of foot, 52
Loathed life, 151
Love in idleness, 70, conceited,
ib. refolved, 65, at first
fight, 4, true, 68, 119, in
referrence to hunting, 61,
unfought, 73, extreme, 65,
commended and difpraised,
81, evils of being in it, ib.
forward and diffembling, 82,
fed by praife, 86, compared
to an April day, 83, true,
jealous, 86, contempt of it
punished, 84, true,93, com-
pared to a waxen image, 86,
deities transformed for it,
114, more rich for what it
gives, 125, it encreases when
oppofed, 87, compared to a
figure on ice, 91, unre-
turned, 97, profperity the
bond of affliction the lofer
of it, 123, the nobleness of
life, 133, banishment, 89,
his proteftation, 49
Lovers wealth, 86

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Lovers reft, 92
Lover in folitude, 97
Lover's praife, 134
Lover's fpeech, 38, their un-
fettled humour, 146, part-
ing, 177,
commendation,
118

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Man in love, a comical de-
fcription of one, 83, a fel-
fish old one, 122, a complete
one, 209, and even minded
one and flattery, 233
Mafter taking leave of his fer-

Lover, a faithful and conftant
one, 88

Loyalty, 149

Lying, fit only for tradefmen, Nature, its force, 191,

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Mufic, ferious, most agreeable
to lovers, 67

Mufic and love, 59
Mutability of the people, 135

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Mirth and merriment, its ad-
vantages, 2

Miftrefs of the fheep-fheering,
114
Mob, 159
Money purchases the praise of
fools, 76

Money an inducement to mar-
15,4
Morning, 206
Mufic, 6, 36

N

Nature, human, its vanity, 50
Nature and art, 115

Nature, 103

Nuptials, a father the best guest
at his fon's, 121

Octavia's entrance, what it
fhould have been, 148
Ophelia's defcription of Hamlet's
mad addrefs, 222
Ophelia, her drowning, 244
Others measured by ourselves,

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Outward appearance a token
of inward worth, 63

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Painting, 2
Parting lovers, 177
Pardon defpaired of, 109
Paftors, ungracious ones, a fa-
tire on them, 211
Paffion too strong for vows, 49
Patience, 56
Peace after a fiege, 176
Penitent mind, affliction pleaf-
ing to it, 129

People their mutability, 135
Petruchio's trial of his wife, 9
Poetry, its power with women,

91

Pompey's with for Antony's cap-
tivity in pleasure, 143

Popularity,

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nate, 172

Rifing early the way to emi-

Tenderness, relenting, 173
Tender affection, 121

Reproof, too fevere, animad- Things, loft, valued, 134

verted upon, 41
Repentance, 98
Reformed exiles, 99
Refignation and gratitude, 40
Refolution, firm, 156, obfti-

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Travel, the advantages of it,
80, 82

Travel and study, its ufes, 2
Travel 5

True love, 93

Transport of joy and wonder,
126

Truth refpected by great minds,
134

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Wedding, a mad one defcribed,

Widow compared to a turtle,

129

Wife married to her husband's
fortunes, 7, her impatience
to meet him, 185
Wife, the bafenefs of falfehood
to a, 178

Wife's duty to her husband, 13,
fubmiffion, ib. innocency,
193, contempt of death, 108,
lofs, of all things dear, ib.
Wildness of youth, 112
Wifdom fuperior to fortune,
150

Wishes, human, the vanity of
them, 141

Woman, her tongue, 6, a
lively one, 11, a captivating
one, 125, fhould be youngest
in love, 68, the three things
hated by them, 91
Woman in man's drefs, 193
- Women, 149, flattery pre-
valent in them, 89, . a fatire

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SPANISH INVASION;

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DE FEAT

OF THE

INVINCIBLE ARMADA:

A POE M.

WITH CRITICAL NOTES,

EXPLAINING EVERY PRINCIPAL CIRCUMSTANCE OF THAT SINGULAR ENTERPRIZE, AND THE METHODS THEN TAKEN TO DEFEND THIS

NATION.

TO WHICH IS PREFIXED

A NEW SKETCH OF THE LIFE OF QUEEN ELIZABETH.

AND AN

INTRODUCTION

Proper to be read at this IMPORTANT CRISIS, which resembles, more than any other Period, the danger we were in during the Reign of Queen Elizabeth, and the Mode of our Deliverance under the Aufpices of Providence and that glorious Queen.

"Britons!

"Steer through thefe fwelling dangers,
"Plough their prides up, and bear like thunder
"Into their loudeft tempefts!"-

MASSINGER.

LONDON:

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MDCCLXXX.

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