Handy Dictionary of Poetical Quotations eBook

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Watts, Isaac. b.  South Hampton, Eng., 1674; d.  Theobalds, Eng., 1748. —­672, 882, 1223, 1559, 1570, 1737, 1972, 2021.

Webster, John. b. circa 1570; d. 1638. —­1066, 1795.

White, Henry Kirke. b.  Nottingham, Eng., 1785; d.  Cambridge, Eng., 1806. —­268, 401.

Whitman, Walt. b.  Long Island, N.Y., 1819; d. 1892. —­264.

Whittier, John Greenleaf. b.  Haverhill, Mass., 1807; d. 1892. —­532, 637, 760, 772, 1149, 1177, 1252, 1355, 1376, 1966.

Willis, Nathaniel Parker. b.  Portland, Me., 1807; d.  Idlewild, N.Y., 1867. —­1135, 2048.

Winter, William. b.  Gloucester, Mass., 1836; .... —­76.

Wither, George. b.  Brentworth, Eng., 1588; d.  London, Eng., 1667. —­270, 2076.

Wolfe, Charles. b.  Dublin, Ireland, 1791; d.  Cove of Cork, 1823. —­2028.

Woodworth, Samuel. b.  Scituate, Mass., 1785; d.  New York City, 1842. —­244.

Wordsworth, William. b.  Cockermouth, Eng., 1770; d.  Rydal Mount, Eng., 1850. —­34, 61, 163, 174, 178, 206, 256, 274, 301, 309, 473, 487, 523, 527, 571, 593, 662, 743, 757, 769, 806, 822, 834, 917, 937, 947, 958, 968, 970, 1022, 1042, 1096, 1186, 1324, 1353, 1366, 1381, 1432, 1446, 1453, 1520, 1526, 1530, 1627, 1632, 1634, 1666, 1753, 1767, 1774, 1781, 1784, 1807, 1815, 1875, 1953, 2007, 2124.

Wotton, Sir Henry. b.  Boughton Malherbe, Eng., 1568; d.  Eaton, Eng., 1639. —­1116, 1715.

Young, Edward. b.  Upham, Eng., 1684; d.  Welwyn, Eng., 1765. —­48, 57, 115, 179, 184, 363, 404, 434, 494, 525, 561, 980, 1070, 1385, 1410, 1455, 1465, 1471, 1602, 1729, 1763, 1810, 1860, 1868, 1918, 1956, 2071, 2079.

INDEX TO QUOTATIONS

The references designate the numbers of the Quotations.

Abbots, purple as their wines, 2.

Abdiel, so spake the seraph, 4.

Absence conquers love, 10.
  of occupation is not rest, 960.
  whole years in, to deplore, 8.

Abstinence, the defensive virtue, 11.

Abyss, beyond is all, 628.

Accident, by many a happy, 16.
  the unthought-on, 13.

Accidents by flood and field, 14.
  our wanton, take root, 15.

Account, sent to my, 17.

Accounts, draw the, of evil, 388.

Acquaintance, should auld, be forgot, 20.

Acting of a dreadful thing, 437.

Action, of every noble, the intent, 22.
  pleasure and, make the hours seem short, 21.

Actions of the just, 23.

Acts, our, our angels are, 1655.

Adam dolve and Eve span, 793.
  the goodliest man, 631.
  whipped the offending, 389.

Adieu, my native shore, 31.
  she cried, 32.

Admiration, season your, for a while, 33.

Adorning with so much art, 479.

Adversary, a stony, 446.

Adversite, fortunes sharpe, 40.

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