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Z353 Ah! how pleasant 'tis to love
Z367 Cupid, the slyest rogue alive
Z370 From silent shades (Bess of Bedlam)
Z374 How I sigh when I think of the charms of my swain
Z382 I love and I must (Bell Bar)
Z390 Let each gallant heart
Z392 Love arms himself in Celia's arms 
Z395 Love's power in my heart shall find no compliance
Z396 Love, thou can'st hear
Z397 More love or more disdain I crave
Z403 O how happy's he who from bus'ness free
Z406 O solitude, my sweetest choice
Z408 Phillis, I can ne'er forgive it
Z413 She loves and she confesses too
Z414 She that would gain a faithful lover
Z420 Sylvia, now your scorn give over
Z421 The fatal hour comes on apace
Z422 They say you're angry (The Rich Rival)
Z426 Urge me no more 
Z441 Who can behold Florella's charms?
Z464 Gentle shepherds, you that know
Z472 What hope for us remains now be is gone?
Z490 Haste, gentle Charon (Orpheus and Charon)
Z491 Has yet your breast no pity learn'd? (Strephon and Dorinda)
Z492 Hence, fond deceiver (Love and Despair)
Z494 How great are the blessings of government made
Z506 Oh! what a scene does entertain my sight
Z508 See where she sits
Z510 Soft notes and gently raised accent
Z5i8 What can we poor females do?
Z524 While you for me alone had charms (Horace and Lydia)
Z525 Why, my Daphne, why complaining? (Thyrsis and Daphne)
Z541 Hark, Damon, hark
Z542 Hark how the wild musicians sing
Z543 How pleasant is this flowery plain
Z544 lf ever I more riches did desire
Z545 In a deep vision's intellectual scene (The Complaint)
Z547 We reap all the pleasures
ZS69 Sweet tyranness, I now resign my heart


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