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Because thou hast, though throned in highest bliss
Because you have thrown off your Prelate Lord
Before the starry threshold of Jove's court
Behold
Behold
Belial
Belial came last, than whom a Spirit more lewd
Beyond compare the Son of God was seen
Blest pair of Sirens, pledges of Heaven's joy
Both stood
But, as a man who had been matchless held
But past who can recall, or done undo
But patience is more oft the exercise
But thee far most I mourned, regretted most
But wherefore all night long shine these? for whom

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Can this be he
Can thus
Captain, or Colonel, or Knight in arms
Certain it is, that he who hath obtained
Charles—and I say it wondering--thou must know
Come therefore, O thou that hast the seven stars
Come, thou Goddess fair and free
Cromwell, our chief of men, who through a cloud
Cyriack, this three years' day these eyes, though clear
Cyriack, whose grandsire on the royal bench

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Daughter to that good Earl, once President
Death who sets all free
Descend from Heaven, Urania, by that name
Desire of wine and all delicious drinks
Did God take such delight
Do not boast
Do not charge most innocent Nature

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Eden, where delicious Paradise
Effulgence of my glory, Son beloved
Enamoured, artless, young, on foreign ground
Eternal might
Eve
Eve
Eve, easily may faith admit that all
Even and morn accomplish'd the sixth day

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Fairest of stars, last in the train of night
Fairfax, whose name in arms through Europe rings
Fair Lady! whose harmonious name the Rhine
Fame, if not double-faced, is double-mouth'd -

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Fame, whose tales of saddest sound
Far distant he descries
Father, thy word is pass'd, Man shall find grace
Favour'd of Heaven who finds
Fly, envious Time, till thou run out thy race
For he, be sure
For it is of no little consequence, O citizens
For know, thou art no son of mortal man
For Man to tell how human life began
For when God shakes a kingdom
For when the church without temporal support
For who knows not that truth is strong
Foul distrust and breach
From her husband's hand her hand -
From his radiant seat he rose
From the bough
Full forty days he pass'd—whether on hill
Fully hast thou satisfied me, pure
Gabriel, this day by proof thou shalt behold
Go, and the Holy One
God at last
Goddess of shades, and Huntress, who at will
God of Israel
God of our fathers ! what is Man
God said, “Let there be firmament"
God said, “Let the waters generate"
God, to remove his ways from human sense
Go, Michael, of celestial armies prince
Good vent'rous youth
Great acts require great means of enterprise
Great are thy virtues, doubtless, best of fruits
Great are thy works, Jehovah ! infinite
Great triumph and rejoicing was in Heaven
Groves of myrrh
Hail, holy Light, offspring of Heaven first-born
Hail, horrors ! hail
Hail, Son of the Most High, heir of both Worlds
Hail! thou Goddess sage and holy
Hail, wedded Love, mysterious law, true source
Harry, whose tuneful and well-measured song
Hath God then said that of the fruit
He, above the rest
Heaven
He brought thee into this delicious grove
Hell heard the unsufferable noise ; Hell saw
Hell shall unfold
He look'd, and saw what numbers numberless
He look'd, and saw wide territory spread

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Henceforth I learn that to obey is best
He on the wings of Cherub rode sublime -
Here lies old Hobson. Death hath broke its girt
Here pilgrims roam, that stray'd so far to seek
He . saw a spacious plain, whereon
He soon
He that can apprehend and consider vice
He .

was the first
He who comes thy Saviour shall recure
He who receives
He, who was my guide
High in the midst, exalted as a god -
Him there they found
His malice served but to bring forth
How charming is divine Philosophy
How first began this heaven which we behold
How ?-shall the face of nature then be ploughed
How soon hath Time, the subtle thief of youth

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I am the Power
I can at will, doubt not, as soon as thou
I deny not, but that it is of greatest concernment
I did but prompt the age to quit their clogs
I esteem those names of men so poor
If by prayer
If the religion be pure, spiritual, simple
I hate when Vice can bolt her arguments
1... in a moment will create
I know no spells, use no forbidden arts
I laugh, when those who at the spear are bold
Immediate are the acts of God, more swift
In evil hour
Ingrate, he had of me
In himself was all his state
In that day it shall no more be said
In the day
In the day we eat
In the midst
Into thee such virtue and grace
I oft remember, when from sleep

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I this night have dream'd
I thought that liberty and Heaven
It is not so wretched to be blind
It usually happens, by the appointment
It was a hill
It was a mountain at whose verdant feet
It was a place
It was the hour of night, when thus the Son
It was the winter wild

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