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JOIN MILTON....................... 239 SAMUEL BUTLER

His chief Poetical Works ......

240

Ilis Apparel.......

... 296

Ode on the Morning of Christ's Nativity 241 | Butler's Prose A Small Poet........

Lycidas ............

243

Scene from Comus........

249 | THOMAS BROWNE ..................

... 298

Invocation to Light............. 252 His various Works...........

....... 298

Eve's Account of her Creation.......

253

Thoughts on Death and Immortality.

Evening in Paradise ................ 25+ Pride ....................

... 300

Rome .............................. 257 Soliloquies of the Old Philosopher and

Athens................. ........... 257

the Young Lady, (note). .......

Samson's Lamentation for his Blind-

His Latinized English........

... 302

ness.................. .........

... 258

Sonnet on his own Blindness. .... 59 IZAAK WALTON .......

To Cyriack Skinner........

200 Complete Angler.....

303

To a Virtuous Young Lady......

260

Falconry, account of, (note)...

303

His Prose Works ....
• 2001 Dialogue-Falconer .....

303

lle consecrates his Powers to the Cause

Venator ..........

• 305

of Truth-Studies and Preparation

Piscator........... 305
for his great work... ..... 261 Piscator and Milk-woman ......
Argument for the Liberty of the Press 205 Exhortation to Contentment.........

308

England and London................ 266

Reform..................

266 | ROBERT LEIGHTON.....

309

The Power of Truth......

Despise not the Least....

310

The Poet's Morning................. 268 The Beasts within us.....

... 310
Symmons's Estimate of his Character 268 All Christians Preachers ....

...oll

Sir Egerton Bryuges's Estimato ... ... 2 Temperance .....

.......... 311

The Heart the Great Regulator...... 311

EDWARD HYDE, EARL OF CLAREN-

A Contracted Sphere no Security

DON ........

269 against Worldliness............. 312

John Hampden.

270

Character of Charles I., ( ote). . 270 ANNE KILLIGREW .....

.... 312

Lord Falkland ...........

.. 272 The Discontent.......

.... 312

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SIR MATTHEW DIALE .... .... 274 | EDMUND WALLER..................

Lord Erskine's Encomium, (note). ... 274 Panegyric to my Lord Protector ..... 815

Cowper's Encomium, (note).....

Beauty and the Rose compared ...... 316

To his Children--upon regulating their

conversation .................. 275 1 JOHN BUNYAN ................ .. 317

Cowper's Lines to Bunyan........... 317

ISAAC BARROW .................... 278 His various Works.........

319

Duty of Bounty to the Poor.......... 278 Pilgrim's Progress ...........

319

The Structure of the Body a Proof of Macaulay's Eulogy, (note)..... 320

Divine Wisdom..

...... 280 Christian in Doubting Castle ........ 320

Guilt of making man Property, (noto) 280

What is Wit?.......

: 281 | ROBERT BARCLAY ......

Knowledge & Source of Delight ...... 282 Practical Religion, (note)............ 325

Dedication to Charles II.....

325

ANDREW MARVELL.........

282 Against Titles of Honor......

Bacon on Knowledge, (note)......... 282

Doleful Evils of the Press.....

283 ROBERT BOYLE............

Parody on Charles II.'s Speeches..... 284 Ilis Various Writings ........

Friendship of Marvell and Milton.... 285 The Study of Natural Philosophy fa-

Milton -,..........................! 286 vorable to Religion......

His Poetry--The Emigrants ......... 286 Discrimination necessary in Reading

The Nymph complaining for the Death

the Scriptures.................

of her Fawn....................

RICHARD BAXTER ................. 332

OWEN FELLTIAM.........

Experience of Human Character..... 333

We are happy or Miserable by Com-

Desire of Approbation ............ 334

parison .....

Character of Sir Matthew Hale ..... 334

On Prayer ..............

289 Theological Controversieg......... - 336

Of Faith and Works.....

290

Sedulity and Diligence ....... 290 JOHN TILLOTSON ................ 330

Content makes Rich .......

291

False and True Pleasure ... ... 337

Morning and Evening Prayer ....... Evidence of a Creator in the Structure

of the World ................... 337

BAMUEL BUTLER.............

Education.......

338

Macaulay's Character of the Puritang,

Coleridge's Views of Education, (noto) 338

(note) .......

Formation of a Youthful Mind ...... 338

Description of Hudibras....

Worldly Intluences ................. 339

Hudibras's Logic ..........

294
His Mathematics ..........

296 | UENRY VAUGHAN .................

His Metaphysics ..........

295 Early Rising and Prayer ............ 340

.:-, 288

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Lon Bryuges's Estimate ...... 268
JIYDE, EARL OF CLAREN.

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of Charles I., (note)....

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EDMUND WALLER.........
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Panegyric to my Lord Protector ...
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Beauty and the Rose compured ...... 316
Iren-upon regulating their

JOHN BUNYAN .....
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Cowper's Lines to Bunyan....

His various Works.........
... 278 Pilgrim's Progress .......

Macaulay's Eulogy, (note)......
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..... 282
wledge, (note).....
of the Press............ 283 ROBERT BOYLE.....
Irles II.'s Speeches..... 28
Marvell and Milton.... 285
................... .286
je Emigrants..... . 286
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Ilis Various Writings....
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HENRY VAUGHAN ...

Early Rising and Prayer

Adlibrus............ 293

457

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515

516

ALEXANDER POPE.

GEORGE BERKELEY ................ 510

Pride.......

............. 4541 Poetry ............................. 511

Sound an Echo to the Sense ......... 455 South Sea Scheme, (note)............ 611

Evanescence of Poetic Fame.......... 455 National Luxury the Road to National

The Scale of Being...........

456

Ruin.......................... 513

Omnipresence of the Deity...

Address to Bolingbroke.....

457 ELIZABETII TOLLET

The Toilet................

458

On a Death's-Head ...

515

Description of Belinda......

458

Winter Song.....

The Baron offers Sacrifice for Success. 459

The Sylphs-their Functions ........ 459 WILLIAM COLLINS ..

516
The Dying Christian................. 461 Ode to Fear.........

517
His Prose.... ..................... 462 Ode to Evening ..................... 519
Letter to Steele on Early Death...... 462 The Passions........

.... 520
Shakspeare......................... 463 Ode to the Brave.................... 523
Homer and Virgil compared ......... 464 Ode to Mercy .........

523

On the Death of Thomson............ 624

ROBERT BLAIR ..................... 465

The Grave....

............... 465 SAMUEL RICHARDSON.............. 625

Death-divided Friendships ........... 466 Moral Sentiments-Benevolence, Ca

Death, the good Man's Path to Heaven 466

lumny, Censure, Children, Educa-

tion ...........

........ 527

JAMES THOMSON ................... 468 Friendship, General Observations .... 528

Loves of the Birds................... 469 The Good Man ...................... 528

A Summer Scene......

...... 470 The Good Woman, Youth............ 629

A Thunder-Shower...... ..... 470

Summer Evening ................... 470 THOMAS SHERLOCK ................ 529

The Springs of Rivers............... 471 Different Ends of Religion and Infi-

A Man perishing in the Snows of

delity........................... 530

W inter......................... 472 The Information the Gospel gives most

The various Sufferings in Winter .... 473

desirable........................ 530

Moral of the Seasons .....

Christ and Mohammed compared..... 532

Hymn on the Seasons......

474

From the Castle of Indolence..

LADY MARY WORTLEY MONTAGU. 532

Eastern Manners and Language ..... 633

ISAAC WATTS............. .... 479 France in 1718...................... 535

A Summer Evening.....

.... 480 Female Education...

The Rose........

... 481

Few Happy Matches................. 481 JOHN BYROM .......

... 538

Looking Upward.......

A Pastoral ....

..... 533

Seeking a divine Calm in a restless

The Three Black Crows..... ... 510

World...

Launching into Eternity............. 483 WILLIAM KING.....

.. 541

His Prose....

............. 484 Virgil ............

... 541

General Directions relating to our

A Repartee......

... 543

Ideas.......

........... 484 Singular Conduct ...........

Rules for Improvement by Conversa-

tion.........

WILLIAM SHENSTONE..............

The School-Mistress ................. 546

CONYERS MIDDLETON.....

Cicero offers Himself to the Bar...... 490 ROBERT DODSLEY... ........... 549

Close of Cicero's Consulship.......... 491 Emulation ..........

550

Character of Pompey................ 492 Temperance....

...... 550

Anger ............................. 551

HENRY ST. JOHN (BOLING BROKE).. 494 Woman .........

......................... 552

Absurdities of Useless learning...... 495 Rich and Poor ...................... 553

The Use of History..........

497 Benevolence......

... 554

The World our Country.....

497

Fortune not to be trusted............ 498 EDWARD YOUNG...........

Introduction to the Night Thoughts,

PHILIP DODDRIDGE............. 499 the Value of Time, &c. .....

I aC........... 556

Letter to a Female Friend..... 500 Man's Resolutions to Reform ........ 659

Letter to his Wife............ 501 Life and Death......................

559

The true Use of Learning.

502 Dying Rich ......................... 559

Worldly Cares......

502 Society necessary for Happiness. .....

560)

His Poetry .........

503 Insufficiency of Genius and Station

The Sabbath.......

503

without Virtue....

..... 500

Self-examination....

503 The Love of Praise...

562

Entering into Covenant ............. 504 The Languid Lady ...

... 562

TOSEPH BUTLER.....

.... 504 | WILLIAM FALOONER..... ...... 562

Christianity & Scheme imperfectly The Vessel going to Pieces, Death of
comprehended .................

Albert the Commander.......... 503

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EDWARD YOUNG......

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Introduction to the Night Thoughts,

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Man's Resolutions to Reform ..
Life and Death........
Dying Rich .......
Society pecessary for Happiness...
Insufficiency of Genius and Station

without Virtue... ........ 560
The Love of Praise...... ...., 582
The Languid Lady .......

582

504 / WILLIAM FALCONER..

.... 562

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Albert the Commander......... 563

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WILLIAM COWPER..................

Providence of God in all Things......
The Wounded Spirit healed.......... 738
True Philosophy...... ..............738
The Geologist and Cosmologist.......

PNote.-In using the “Compendium" with less advanced classes I have
deemed it better to commence with the authors of Queen Anne's reign-say
with Addison—and then, after having gone through the book, to go back to
nur earliest literature, beginning with Sir John Mandeville. Others, on the
contrary, may think it more beneficial for all students, at the outset, to be made
familiar with our good old English. Which is the better way, every instructor
will of coursc decide for himself, according to circumstances. C. D. C

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