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Wolfe, Rev. CHARLES, poet,

İRELAND, 1791–1823 142 255 444 WOLFE, JAMES, major-general,

ENGLAND, 1727-1759 154 WOODWORTH, SAMUEL, journalist and

poet........... UNITED STATES, 1785–1842

641 WOOLSEY, SARAH CHAUNCEY, Susan Coolidge,author,

UNITED STATES, about 1845-L. 43 94 133 217 233 391 392 395

399 542 545 568 598 624 613 Woolsox, CONSTANCE F., novelist,

UNITED STATES, 1848–1894 194 WORDS WORTH, William, poet,

ENGLAND, 1770-1850 (Quotations marked in concordance

with sign 1) Wotton, Sir HENRY, author,

ENGLAND, 1568-1639 96 112 126 142 184 250 305 474

484 498 522 577 WRIGHT, ICHABOD C., author and banker...

ENGLAND, 1795-1871 181 182 WROTHER, Miss,

309 Wyatt or Wyat, Sir Thomas, diplo

matist and poet..... ENGLAND, 1503-1512

367 WYCHERLY, WILLIAM, dramatist,

ENGLAND, about 1640–1715 253 263 373 414

WHITTIER, JOHN GREENLEAF, poet, reformer, and author,

UNITED STATES, 1807-1892 8 29 85 91 95 103 129 150 152 164 198 203 207 222 225 244 249 250 259 263 266 267 268 276 309 330 340 313 351 367 373 381 388 391 392 395 396 404 408 424 446 447 454 469 471 490 510 519 541 545 547 558 560 579 594 595

617 629 667 674 WIELAND, CHRISTOPH MARTIN, poet,

GERMANY, 1733-1813 765 766 770 783 785 797 WILBYE, John, composer of madrigals,

ENGLAND, lived about 1570 112 Wilcox, ELLA WHEELER, poet. Living,

341 669 671 WILDE, GEORGE JAMES DE,

302 WILDE, OSCAR, writer, leader in the

esthetic movement.. IRELAND, 1856-L. 116 196 221 224 226 292 322 351

399 401 408 541 669 WILDE, RICHARD Henry, scholar, poet,

and politician........IRELAND, 1789-1847

351 WILDE, ROBERT, D.D., poet,

ENGLAND, 1609–1679 50 WILLARD, EMMA Hart, teacher and

writer. .UNITED STATES, 1787–1870 460 WILLIAM OF ORANGE, William III.,

king of England.... HOLLAND, 1650–1702

500 Willis, NATHANIEL PARKER, poet and

journalist...... United States, 1806-1867 14 54 142 205 294 338 367 382

393 403 492 513 541 616 651 WILLSON, BYRON FORCEYTHE, poet,

UNITED STATES, 1837-1867 181 WILSON, ALEXANDER, Scotch-American

ornithologist. . ...SCOTLAND, 1766-1813

18 Wilson, John, Christopher North," essayist, poet, and novelist,

SCOTLAND, 1785–1854 100 Wilson, MRS. MARGARET C. B., author,

ENGLAND, 1797-1846 408 WINSLOW, EDWARD, Colonial governor,

ENGLAND, 1595–1655 496 WINTER, William, journalist, poet,

and critic...... UNITED STATES, 1836-L.

14 76 142 235 239 286 367 604 WINTHROP, Robert C., statesman and orator.

United States, 1809-1894 41 170 214 469 WITHER or WHYTHER or WITHERS,

GEORGE, poet... ENGLAND, 1588–1067

235 439 500 501 569 654 661 Wolcott or Wolcot, Dr. John.

Peter Pindar," physician and
satiric poet.

ENGLAND, 1738-1819
16 72 157 169 203 279 341 458
484 564 623

X.
XENOPHON, general, historian, and

essayist,

GREECE, about B.C. 430, died after 357 163 283 487

Y.
YALDEN, THOMAS, poet and divine,

ENGLAND, 1671-1736 204 YONGE, CHARLES DUKE, historical writer and classical scholar,

ENGLAND, 1812–1894 70 101 118 259 311 621 YOUNG, EDWARD, poet.... ENGLAND, 1684-1765

2 6 8 14 15 16 24 25 38 39 53 60 62 63 68 69 85 91 92 93 97 112 114 126 130 131 142 147 150 155 173 186 198 200 203 210 253 254 263 265 273 276 287 290 294 297 304 309 313 317 320 330 310 311 312 343 351 352 354 373 378 386 388 401 403 404 413 417 418 426 429 430 414 460 463 465 466 471 476 478 486 487 490 492 493 514 517 518 522 527 528 535 536 537 538 547 518 553 564 567 570 577 579 592 598 604 605 606 619 624 634 643

652 654 661 669 673 YRIARTE, See IRIARTE.

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MISCELLANEOUS AUTHORITIES CITED.

1598

1607

A HEALTH TO THE GENTLEMANLY PRO

FESSION OF SERVING-MEN....

494 507 AN OFFERING TO LANCASHIRE.

102 A PROPER NEW BALLAD IN PRAISE OF

MY LADY MARQUES.

497 A VETERAN OF SMOKEDOM.

456 Cupid's WHIRLIGIG..

655 GESTA ROMANORUM. A collection of one

hundred and eighty-one stories, first printed about 1473. The first English version appeared in 1824, translated by the Rev. C. Swan (Bohn's Standard

Library).

44 HARLEIAN LIBRARY OR MISCELLANY

A collection of rare pamphlets from the Library of Robert Harley, first Earl of Oxford,

and now in the British Museum.

120 211 JOHAN THE HUSBANDE, Tyb His WYFE,

AND SYR JHAN THE PRIEST.

499 JOLLY ROBYN Rou'GHHEAD (author

unknown).

107 KORAN (AL KORAN; ARABIC). The

sacred book of the Mohammedans. It was composed chietly, if not wholly, by Mohammed, though claimed by believers to have been revealed by the Angel

Gabriel.

80 275 294 619 LAW MAXIMS.

675 676 679 682 687 688 692 694 696 698 701 708 712 713 715 716

717 720 728 MERIE TALES OF THE MADMEN OF

GOTTAM.

494 NEW ENGLAND PRIMER. The oldest

known copy extant is 1737. The
second impression was adver-
tised in press by Benj. Harris, of

Boston, as early as 1691.
126 133 349 464 488 556 591

NOTES AND QUERIES.

606 612
OLD Taltoy's Soxg, in Pigges Coran-

tol, or News from the North, a
quarto tract printed in London, 1642

534
PIERS PLOUGHMAN. Allegorical and

satirical poem by Wm. Lang-
lan. It was begun in 1362.

Printed first in 1550.
499
POOR ROBIN'S ALMANAC. This first

appeared in 1663. Discontinued

in 1828.

392 REGIMEN SANITATIS SALERNITANUM. Ed. 1607

440
RETURN FROM PARNASSUS. Supposed

by Sir John Hawkins to have
been written by some of the

wits and scholars of Cambridge.

390 551
ROXBURGHE BALLADS. A collection of

old English ballads commenced
by Harley, Earl of Oxford, and
augmented by West and Pearson
and especially the Duke of Rox-
burghe. It is now in the British

Museum.

138 262 349
SPECTATOR. English periodical printed

daily from March 1st, 1711, to
Dec. 6th, 1712. Addison and
Steele were the principal con-

tributors.

22 499 STRATFORD JUBILEE, II. I...

1779 504 TATLER. English periodical founded

by Steele in 1709. Discontinued

in 1711.

59 574 THE BRITISH PRINCES.

24 THE COOKS AND CONFECTIONERS' Dia TIONARY London....

1724 431 THE SMOKER'S GUIDE.

456 The Rock of REGARD. J. P. Collier's Reprint....

1576 553 662

CONCORDANCE TO QUOTATIONS.

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CONCORDANCE TO QUOTATIONS.

Note. - In this concordance are included quotations from English authors and the English translations

of quotations from foreign languages. The italic letter refers to the place on the page where the quotation may be found. The eight authors quoted most frequently are indicated in the concordance by signs: Shakespeare *; Milton **; Wordsworth 1; Byron 1; Tennyson +; Lowell tt; Popè t; Longfellow 9.

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a. they purchase great*.

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saint abroad and a devil... 312 c must tempt the dark abyss.337 w I utterly a., yea from my*.330m Absence-a. conquers love.... 3 h swallowed in night's abyss. 61 1 self-same thing they will a. 1d a. death to those whof.....544 k Acacia-A. waves her yellow..611 e than to abhor himself* ..... 1j a. diminishes little passions.72 Acacia would not shaket...611 we abhor pusillanimity, .470m a. makes the heart grow.... 21 a great a., with its slender..611 a Abhorred-a. further than* 1 i a. of occupation is not rest.528 , Acacias-a. having drunk the..609 a

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dote on his very a.,*.

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261 the accent of Christians*...423 ; no a. in my appetite.. 1 e walk in a. of the sun*

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the limits of our abilities.. 2 | Absolved-absolved him with* 280 r. a happy accident... Ability-a. to do without it. . 264 Abstain-abstain from beans.. 494 s many a happy accident.... ability without education. .718? a. that we may enjoy..

the wind of a. will collect..754 d an ability to improve..

454 c

thou shalt abstain.. .782 1 unthoughton a. is guilty* .. 73 u find ability in the good. 754 a Abstains-he that a. and he..593 c what happy a. is it that we. 31 ground to presume ability. 2 a Abstinence-a. is as easy to...593 g Accidental-thy sin's not a*...556 m how to hide one's ability...759 e a. is whereby a man...

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156 i with God can be accidental 3 n Abject-doubting in his a.++..622 n Abstract-abstract and brief*.423 c Accidents-all other accidents.209,

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39 Abler-turn to writers of an a.515 0 fair abundance thund'ring.545 i subject to certain a.. Abode-from their dread a.... 86 g midst abundance died.

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pours abundance o'er......294 ; Accompanied-if it is not a... 84 e Abodes-at the bless'd abodest491 a riotous with her a**. ....593 Accomplish-attempt not,or a.802

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