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Page * Addison, Joseph, .
245 Johnson, Samuel, Akenside, Mark,
364 Jonson, Ben, Larbauld, Anna Letitia, 419 | Ken, Thomas, Beattie, James,
412 King, Henry, Beaumont and Fletcher
97 Logan, John, Blair, Robert,
310 Massinger, Philip, Bloomfield, Robert,
496ilton, John, Prowne, William, .
119 More, Hannah, Bruce, Michael,
425 Parnell, Thomas, . Burtis, Robert,
473 Pope, Alexander, · Chatterton, Thomas,
444 + Prior, Matthew, Thaucer, Geoffrey,
1. Quarles, Francis, • Collins, William,
358 Raleigh, Sir Walter, Cowley, Abraham,
188 Ramsay, Allan, wper, William, .
392 +Sandys, George, Crabbe, George,
454Shakspeare, William, Crashaw, Richard,
153 Sherburne, Sir Edward, Davies, Sir John, .
84 Shirley, James, Denham, Sir John,
184 Sidney, Sir Philip, Jammond, William,
107 Southwell, Robert, Bryden, John,
198 Spenser, Edmund, Pergusson, Robert,
436 Swift, Jonathan, 'fetcher, Giles,
117 Sylvester, Joshua, ketcher, Phineas,
102 | Thomson, James, . ay, Jobn,
306+ Vaughan, Henry, . cidsmith, Oliver,
3697 Waller, Edmund, ray, Thomas,
350+ Watts, Isaac, abington, William,
152 White, Henry Kirke, bert, George,
132 Wither, George, rrick, Robert,
125 Wotton, Sir Henry, wood, Thomas,
136 Young, Edward, leury, Earl of Surrey, 11
314 196 145 262
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