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A BLESSING unknown to ambition and pride, 92 * A cobler there was, and he liv'd in a stall, 164 * A courting I went to my love, 157 Ah! credit not the rival swain, 175 * Ah! gaze not on those eyes! forbear, 5 * Ah! how sweet it is to love, 98 * Ah! why must words my flame reveal, 181 Ah, Chloris! could I now but sit, 1 * Alexis shunn'd his fellow swains, 74 * All in the Downs the fleet was moor'd, 250 * All my past life is mine no more, 271 Are ye fair as opening roses, 94 * As Amoret with Phillis sat, 177 As he lay in the plain, his arm under his head, 212 * Ask me not how calmly I, 97 * Away with these self-loving lads, 131 * Away! let nought to love displeasing, 281 * Bless'd as th' immortal gods is he, 224 Boast not to me the charms that grace, 173 * By my sighs you may discover, 190 * CAN love be controul'd by advice, 272 Cease to blame my melancholy, 222 Chloris, 'twill be for either's rest, 133 Come listen to my mournful tale, 80 * Come live with me, and be my love, 263 * Come thou rosy-dimpled boy, 96 * Come, all ye youths whose hearts e'er bled, 66 * Come, Chloe, and give me sweet kisses, 238 Come, let us now resolve at last, 130 Could you guess, for I ill can repeat, 28 DEAR Chloe, how blubber'd is that pretty face, 147 Dejected as true converts die, 213 * Despairing beside a clear stream, 64 Distress me with those tears no more, 290 Does pity give though fate denies, 201 * Drink to me only with thine eyes, 194 FAIN would you ease my troubled heart, 15 * Fair Iris I love, and hourly I die, 134 False though she be to me and love, 130 * For me my fair a wreath has wove, 221 Forgive me if I do not trust, 171 * Freedom is a real treasure, 111 From all uneasy passions free, 228 * From place to place forlorn I go, 179 * From sweet bewitching tricks of love, 112 From the dwelling of the widower, 302 Good morrow to the day so fair, 204 * Grim king of the ghosts, make haste, 67 * HAIL to the myrtle shade, 257 Happy the world in that blest age, 119 * Hark! hark! 'tis a voice from the tomb, 71 Hast thou escap'd the cannon's ire, 302 Haste, my rein-deer, and let us nimbly go, 259 He that loves a rosy cheek, 121 * How bless'd has my time been, what joys have I known, 279 * How gentle was my Damon's air, 54 How hardly I conceal'd my tears, 183 How much superior beauty awes, 90 How sweet thy modest light to view, 205 How yonder ivy courts the oak, 199 I CANNOT change as others do, 33 I did but look and love awhile, 4 I grant, a thousand oaths I swore, 150 I heard the evening linnet's voice, 200 I never saw a face till now, 11 I prythee send me back my heart, 118 * I smile at Love, and all his arts, 8 * I told my nymph, I told her true, 216 I wonder if her heart be still, 172 * If all that I love is her face, 85 If all the world and love were young, 265 If Cupid once the mind possess, 182 If guardian pow'rs preside above, 89 If Love and Reason ne'er agree, 180 * If 'tis joy to wound a lover, 131 If 'tis love to wish you near, 196 If wine and music have the pow'r, 237 * I'll range around the shady bowers, 44 I'm not one of your fops, who, to please a coy lass, 136 In Chloris all soft charms agree, 125 In either eye a lingering tear, 299 * In love should there meet a fond pair, 280 * In the merry month of May, 270 In the time of bloom and beauty, 293 * In vain you tell your parting lover, 14 * It is not that I love you less, 124 It was to smiles I did surrender, 171 LET not Love on me bestow, 136 Let the ambitious ever find, 223 * Love's a dream of mighty treasure, 110 * Love's a gentle gen'rous passion, 100 Lucy, I think not of thy beauty, 116 Mild breeze, when thou shalt fan my fair, 203 * My banks they are furnish'd with bees, 58 * My days have been so wond'rous free, 209 * My dear mistress has a heart, 244 My name is honest Harry, 159 * My passion is as mustard strong, 161 * NO more of my Harriot, of Polly no more, 245 Not the soft sighs of vernal gales, 235 * O HAD I been by fate decreed, 217 * O Nancy, wit thou go with me, 255 * O'er moorlands and mountains, rude, barren, and bare, 269 * Of all the girls that are so smart, 248 * Of all the torments, all the cares, 38 * Oft on the troubled ocean's face, 109 Oh! ever in my bosom live, 93 Oh! forbear to bid me slight her, 6 Oh!
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