Laborin' man an' woman, 658. Laborious at the first ascent, 253. days, to live, 247. Labour and intent study, 253. and sorrow, their strength is, 822. and to wait, learn to, 612. bears a lovely face, 182. capital solicits the aid of, 532. cheers the tar's, 555. ease and alternate, 355. for his pains, 378, 784. for my travail, I have had my, 101. good week's, 174. hard, difficulty and, 230. in his vocation, 83. is but a sorrowful song, 653. is done, and, 667. is independent and proud, 532. is the lot of man, 339. many still must, for the one, 551. mountain in, 706, 716. of an age in piled stones, 251. of love, 847. we delight in physics pain, 120. what to speak, 168. why should life all be, 624. work under our, grows, 238. youth of, with age of ease, 396. Labours and peregrinations, 170. mourn, our fruitless, 344. the line too, 324. to tax our, 413. Labour's bath, sore, 120. Laboured not for myself, 837. nothings, such, 324. Labourer is worthy of his hire, 842. Labourers are few, 839. Labouring incessant, 356. man, sleep of a, 830. Laburnum's dropping gold, 570. Lace, hedgehogs dressed in, 635. Lacedaemonians and the enemy, 734. Lack, I have they, 22. of argument, 91. of kindly warmth, 109. of many a thing, 161. of wit, plentiful, 133. Lacked and lost we rack the value, 53. Lackest, mind not what thou, 754. Lack-lustre eye, looking on it with, 68. Lad of mettle a good boy, 84. Ladder, Jacob's, 597. of our vices, 616. who ascended Fame's, 655. young ambition's, 111. Ladies, a lion among, 58. be but young and fair, 68. fond of the company of, 376. good night sweet, 142. intellectual, lords of, 555. make nets and not cages, 291. over offended, 297. sigh no more, 51, 405. whose eyes rain influence, 249. Ladies' love, unfit for, 272. Lads and lassies in their best, 683. Lady Disdain are you yet living, 50. doth protest too much, 138. faint heart ne'er won fair, 789. Fortune, railed on, 68. garmented in light, 567. he 's dead and gone, 405. here come the, 107. is in the case, when a, 349. married to the Moor, 477. of the Mere, 472. protests too much, 138. so richly clad, 499. sweet arise, 159. weep no more, 405. who lent his, to his friend, 559. Lady's fan, brain him with his, 84. Ladyship, humorous, 79. Lady-smocks all silver white, 56. Lags the veteran, superfluous, 365. Laid low in my grave, 78. on with a trowel, 66. Lair, rouse the lion from his, 495. Lake, pilot of the Galilean, 247. or moorish fen, 244. silver, on thy fair bosom, 677. swan on still St. Mary's, 474. where drooped the willow, 596. Lamb, go to bed with the, 454. God tempers the wind to the shorn, 379. one dead, is there, 615. skin of an innocent, 94. the frolic and the gentle, 486. to the slaughter, as a, 834. Una with her milk-white, 477. wolf dwell with the, 833. Lambs, such protection as vultures give to, 442. Lambe them lads, 495. Lame and impotent conclusion, 151. feet was I to the, 817. man, living with a, 729. Lamely and unfashionable, 95. Lament for Madam Blaize, 400. Lamp, arguments smelt of the, 728. ere Homer's, appeared, 414. holds out to burn, 303. no, so cheering, 522. of experience, 429. that lighted the traveller, 522. ungirt loin and the unlit, 646. unto my feet, 823. Lamps, heaven's distant, 615. in a green night, golden, 262. in sepulchral urns, 415. shone o'er fair women, 542. Lancaster, time-honoured, 80. Land, be of good cheer I see, 763. beside, no, 78. bowels of the, 97. darkness of the, 633. deal damnation round the, 334. fight for such a, 489. flowing with milk, 813. French have the empire of the land, 577. from out of foreign, 261. ill fares the, 396. into the silent, 805. light that never was on sea or, 475. madden round the, 326. my native, good night, 540. my own my native, 488. ocean leans against the, 395. o'er all the pleasant, 569. of bondage, out of the, 493. of brown heath, 489. of Calvin and oat-cakes, 459. of darkness, 816. of drowsyhed it was, 357. of liberty, sweet, 619. of lost gods and godlike men, 541. of palm and southern pine, 628. of palm, of orange blossom, 628. of pure delight, 303. of scholars nurse of arms, 395. of the cypress and myrtle, 549. of the free, 516, 517. of the leal, in the, 458. of the living, 817. of the mountain, 489. of the pilgrims' pride, 619. or water, travel by, 293. plenty o'er a smiling, 385. rare bird in the, 770. rent with civil feuds, 533. set out to plant a wood, 289. shakes the turrets of the, 636. speed and post o'er, 252. stranger in a strange, 813. sung through every, 302. sunshine to the sunless, 486. they love their, 563. this delightful, 233. to fight for such a, 489. violet of his native, 632. what heaven hath done for this, 540. where my fathers died, 619. where sorrow is unknown, 417. where the lemon-trees bloom, 803. Lands forlorn, in faery, 575. less happier, 81. lord of himself though not of, 174. roamed o'er many, 582. Landing on some silent shore, 295. Landlady and Tam, 451. grew gracious, the, 451. Landlord's laugh, the, 451. Landmark, ancient, 828. Land-rats and water-rats, 61. Land-thieves and water-thieves, 61. Landscape, darkened, 227. love is like a, 181. tire the view, 358. Landsmen, list ye, all, 672. Lane of beams athwart the sea, 625. straight down the crooked, 584. Language, Chatham's, 419. is plain, my, 669. nature speaks a various, 572. nature's end of, 310. no, but a cry, 632. O that those lips had, 423. of the nation, don't confound the, 462. quaint and olden, 613. under the tropic is our, spoke, 220. Languages, have been at a feast of, 56. especially the dead, 556. Languor smile, make, 328. Lank and brown, thou art, 498. Lap, drop into thy mother's, 239. in my mother's, 240. it in Elysium, 244. low in glory's, they lie, 496. me in delight, 564. me in soft Lydian airs, 249. of earth, his head upon the, 386. of legends old, asleep in, 575. of May, chills the, 394. of Thetis, sun in the, 213. the lot is cast, into the, 827. Lapidary inscriptions, 372. Lapland night, lovely as a, 475. Lapse of murmuring streams, 237. Lapsing waves on quiet shores, 619. Larch has hung his tassels, 571. Lards the lean earth as he walks, 84. Large elements in order brought, 634. so rudely and so, 2. was his bounty, 386. Large-brained woman, 621. Large-hearted man, 621. Lark at heaven's gate sings, 159. no, more blithe than he, 427. rise with the, 33, 454. Larks, to catch, 771. when the skie falth, catch, 11. Lascivious pleasing of a lute, 95. Lash the rascals naked, 155. the sounding shore, 324. Lashes, teary round the, 659. Lass, drink to the, 442. is good and a glass is good, 673. penniless, wi' a lang pedigree, 458. Lasses, then she made the, 446. Last, after, returns the First, 650. although the, not least, 146. at his cross, 676. best gift, heaven's, 235. brightening to the, 396. comes at the, 82. drop in the well, 553. each day a critic on the, 325. embrace, take your, 109. eyes look your, 109. first and the, 849. in fight first in banquets, 337. in the train of night, 235. is best, he that comes, 185. legs, on his, 172. link is broken, 682. long sleep, 438. love thyself, 100. not least in love, 113. of all the Romans fare thee well, 115. of earth, this is the, 459. out a night in Russia, 47. pleased to the, 315. reader reads no more, 636. rose of summer, 521. scene of all, 69. sex to the, 273. still loveliest, 545. syllable of recorded time, 125. taste of sweets is sweetest, 81. the daintiest, 80. 't is his at, who says it best, 660. to lay the old aside, 324. words Narcissa spoke, 321. words of Marmion, 490. Lasting rest, to their, 80. sweet not, 129. Late, better, than never, 13, 284, 713. choosing and beginning, 238. into the night, so, 553. known too, 105. nothing must be done too, 720. too, I stayed, 464. too, who goes too fast, 712. Lated traveller, now spurs the, 121. Lately bathed, having, 86. Later star of dawn, 485. times are more aged, 169. Latin and Greek, speaks, 210. names, all their botany, 599. or in Greek, must come in, 220. small, and less Greek, 179. soft bastard, 554. was no more difficile, 210. Latter end of a fray, 19, 87. former times shake hands with, 212. Laud than gilt o'er-dusted, 102. L'audace encore de l'audace, 28. Lauded in song, many once, 754. Laudem virtutis, 3. Laugh a siege to scorn, 125. an atheist's, 448. and be fat, 670. at any mortal thing, 558. for hope I, 655. in bed we, 794. make the unskilful, 137. not granted man to, 718. of the vacant mind, 396. proper to the man to, 770. sans intermission, 68. that I may not weep, 558. that win, they, 155. the children, 637. thee to scorn, 837. to make the weeper, 163. to scorn, 71. was ready chorus, the landlord's, 451. where we must, 315. who but must, 327. world's dread, 356. Laughable, swear the jest be, 59. Laughed and danced, 676. consumedly, 395. full well they, 397. his word to scorn, 415. Laugher weep, to make the, 163. Laughing devil in his sneer, 551. quaffing and unthinking, 272. soil, paint the, 535. wild amid severest woe, 381. you hear that boy, 637. Laughing-stock, yourself a, 790. Laughs at lovers' perjury, 106, 272. fair, the morn, 383. louder than the giant, 637. with a harvest, earth, 597. Laughter for a month, 84. for all time, 620. holding both his sides, 248. mirth and, 557. of a fool, 830. shakes the skies, 337. Laura lay, grave where, 26. Laurel and myrtle, groves are of, 803. bough, Apollo's, 41. greener from the brows, 623. Lavinia, she is, 104. Law and the prophets, 839. and to the testimony, 833. as adversaries do in, 72. but is this, 143. Cantilena of the, 527. crowner's quest, 143. eleven points in the, 296. ends where tyranny begins, 364. fulfilling of the, 845. good opinion of the, 440. higher than the constitution, 595. ignorance of the, 195. in calmness made, keeps the, 476. is a sort of hocus-pocus, 350. is good, the, 847. is nothing else but reason, 24. is open, the, 843. is perfection of reason, 24. it has honoured us, the, 532. last result of human wisdom, 375. law hath not been dead, the, 48. lawless science of our, 627. measure for, 194. murder by the, 311. nature's kindly, 318. necessity has no, 773. not to be heard in war, 725. nothing is, that is not reason, 278. of beauty and utility, 644. of kindness, 829. of life, progress is the, 643. of the Medes and Persians, 835. offends no, 36. old father antic the, 82. one element one God one, 634. one principle of Being and one, 754. possession the strongest tenure of the, 692. preserves the earth a sphere, 456. reason is the life of the, 24. rich men rule the, 395. rigorous, is rigorous injustice, 704. seat of, is the bosom of God, 31. seven hours to, 438. sovereign, sits empress, 438. the, is good, 847. the ultimate angels', 650. these nice sharp quillets of the, 93. thought of the people shall be, 283. truly kept the, 255. unchanging, of God, 639. we have a measure for, 194. wedded love mysterious, 234. what plea so tainted in, 63. which moulds a tear, 456. who to himself is, 36. windy side of the, 76. world's, is not thy friend, 108. written and unwritten, 760. Laws and learning, 680. are with us, the, 506. better none than too many, 779. breathing household, 472. curse on all, 333. facts and the, judges of the, 671. for the blood, 61. gives his little senate, 327, 336. grind the poor, 395. impartial, 313. like cobwebs, 757. love knoweth no, 32. may give us new, 200. nature's, lay hid in night, 330. new lords give us new, 200. of a nation, 281. of behaviour, the, 602. of conscience, 774. of nature, 434. of servitude began, 275. or kings can cause or cure, 367. repeal of bad, 664. true friendship's, 346. Law's delay, the, 135. grave study, 24. Lawful for me to do what I will with mine own, 840. Lawn, rivulets hurrying through the, 630. saint in, 320. sprinkled the dewy, 338. sun upon the upland, 386. with rosy lustre, 342. Lawns, happy fair with orchard, 629. Lawyer, the skull of a, 143. without literature a mechanic, 493. Lawyers are met, the, 348. Cantilena of, 527. wrangling, 186. Lawrie, but all sang Annie, 666. Lax in their gaiters, 510. Lay, go forth my simple, 437. her in the earth, 144. his weary bones among ye, 100. like a warrior, 563. Llewellyn's, 383. me down to sleep, now I, 687. no wagers, 398. not that flattering unction, 141. on Macduff, 126. on that day, as she, 453. your golden cushion down, 677. Lays, delight by heavenly, 477. Le veritable Amphitryon, 277. Lea, standing on this pleasant, 476. the sun has left the, 494. winds slowly o'er the, 384. Lead me whither thou wilt, 745. Leadeth me beside the still waters, 819. Leading, men of light and, 410. Leads to bewilder, 428. Leaf, all do fade as a, 835. also shall not wither, 819. falls with the, 184. impearls on every, and flower, 235. is lost, not a beam or, 544. is on the tree, the, 611. my days are in the yellow, 555. of pity writ, 109. perished in the green, 633. right as an aspen, 5. sere the yellow, 124. shall not wither, his, 818. turn over a new, 174, 182. upon the stream, vain as the, 491. was darkish and had prickles, 245. Leafless desert of the mind, 549. Leafy month of June, 499. Leal, in the land o' the, 458. Lean and hungry look, 111. and low ability, 77. and slippered pantaloon, 69. books, lard their, 185. earth, lards the, 84. fellow beats all conquerors, 181. Leaned to virtue's side, 396. Lean-faced villain, hungry, 50. Leap into the dark, 770. into this angry flood, 110. look before you, 9, 214. to pluck bright honour, 84. Leaps the live thunder, 544. Leapt to life a god, 564. Learn and inwardly digest, 850. craft so long to, 6. gladly would he, 2. late than never, better, 713. live and, 790. not so old but she may, 64. of the little nautilus, 318. to labour and to wait, 612. to read slow, 265. what is necessary for boys to, 760. Learned and all drunk, 420. and authentic fellows, 73. and conned by rote, 115. and fair and good as she, 179. and wise, Babylon, 483. Chaucer, 179. doctors' spite, 564. dust, much, 419. length, words of, 397. lumber in his head, 325. reflect on what they knew, 325. roast an egg, the, 330. smile, make the, 324. sock, Jonson's, 249. to dance, who have, 324. Learning, become mad out of too much, 193. branches of, 62. breast where, lies, 336. cast into the mire, 410. dote on scraps of, 310. find time to be, 749. fraught with all, 399. has its value, 797. hath gained most by those books which printers have lost, 222. in the freshness of its youth, 695. is but an adjunct to ourself, 55. is it a time to be, 761. laws and, die, 680. little, is a dangerous thing, 323. love he bore to, 397. men of polite, 284. no man wiser for his, 195. progeny of, 440. somewhat good, 749. study of, 254. to misquote, just enough, 539. weight of, 634. whence is thy, 348. wiser grow without books, 422. Least alone in solitude, 544. although the last not, 146. of two evils, 7. though last not, 113. Leather, feet through faithless, 311. or prunello, 319. Spanish or neat's, 213. trod upon neat's, 110. Leave all meaner things, 314. her to heaven, 132. my character behind me, 442. no stone unturned, 809. not a rack behind, 43. often took, 288. thee, must I thus, 239. to speak, losers must have, 297. what with his toil he won, 267. Leaven, a little, leaveneth, 846. earth's bitter, 473. Leaves and roses, month of, 653. do cover with, 181. do fall, falls as the, 184. do hang, when yellow, 162. ending on the rustling, 250. from the book of life, 617. getteth short of, 585. have their time to fall, 570. low stir of, 619. no man has aught of what he, 145. of destiny, in shady, 258. of hopes, puts forth the tender, 99. of memory, the, 615. of the judgment book, 666. on trees, like, 338. shatter your, 246. spread his sweet, to the air, 104. thick as autumnal, 224, 337. words are like, 323. Leaving no tract behind, 109. nothing in his life became him like the, it, 117. Lebanon, like a cedar in, 822. Led by my hand, 332. Leda, a swan to enjoy, 32. Leer, assent with civil, 327. Lees, the mere, is left, 120. Left a name behind them, 837. an aching void, 422. blooming alone, 521. free the human will, 334. hand know, let not thy, 838. to be finished by such as she, 78. undone those things, 850. what we, we lost, 802. Leg, can honour set to a, 87. every goose can stand on one, 738. Legs, biggest rascal on two, 748. in rhyme, making, 387. march wide betwixt the, 87. of time, break the, 635. on his last, 172. three Frenchmen on one pair of English, 91. walk under his huge, 110. Legacy, no, so rich as honesty, 73. Legend, the city's ancient, 626. Legends old, lap of, 575. Legion, my name is, 841. Leisure, forbid I should be at, 731. never less at, 75. repent at, 295. retired, 249. to contrive, 407. to die, so much, 735. wooed in haste to wed at, 72. Leke, mouses wit not worth a, 4. Lemon, in the squeezing of a, 401. twelve miles from a, 460. Lemonade, black eyes and, 519. Lemon-trees bloom, where the, 803. Lend a hand, 681. lend your wings, 335. me your ears, 113. or to spend or to give, 279. you something out of my lean and low ability, 77. Lender, borrower is servant to the, 828. nor borrower be, 130. Lendeth unto the Lord, 827. Length, drags its slow, 324. folly's at full, 312. words of learned, 397. Lengthened sage advices, 451. Lengthening chain, 394. shadows, the, 268. Leopard change his spots, 835. lie down with the kid, 833. Less alone, I was never, 431. alone than when alone, never, 455. beautifully, 287. happier lands, 81. of earth in them than heaven, 491. of harmes two, the, 5. of two evils, 7. rather than be, 226. than a span, 170. than archangel ruined, 225. than kind, more than kin, 127. Lessened by another's anguish, 104. Lesson, Caution's, scorning, 447. still harder, 425. this, seems to carry, 417. time has taught us a, 723. to the head, heart give a, 422. Lessons, time teaches many, 695. Let dearly or let alone, 204. down the curtain, 770. for life or years, 204. head to be, unfurnished, 210. her down the wind, 153. him go abroad, 372. him go to the devil, don't, 372. him now speak, 850. him that thinketh, 845. in the foe, 242. it be let it pass, 808. knowledge grow, 631. me hide myself in thee, 432. Newton be, God said, 330. no guilty man escape, 664. no such man be trusted, 66. not the heavens hear, 97. not your heart be troubled, 843. others hail the rising sun, 387. the end try the man, 89. the toast pass, 442. the world slide, 9, 72, 198. there be light, 812. there be no strife, 812. those love now, 306. thy words be few, 830. us all to meditation, 94. us be merry, 199. us call thee devil, 152. us consider the reason, 278. us do or die, 183, 450. us eat and drink, 833. us have peace, 664. us sit upon the ground, 82. us talk of graves of worms, 82. us worship God he says, 447. who will be clever, 664. your loins be girded, 842. Lets in new light through chinks, 221. me, I 'll make a ghost of him that, 131. Lethe wharf, fat weed on, 131. Letter, preferment goes by, 149. the, killeth, 846. Letters Cadmus gave, the, 558. heaven first taught, 333. man of, 591. man of the world among men of, 591. republic of, 364. Letting I dare not, 118. Level at, his eye doth, 161. so sways she, 75. Levellers wish to level down, 370. Lever han at his beddes hed, 1. of all things, mind is the, 530. Leviathan, canst thou draw out, 818. Levy, malice domestic foreign, 121. Lewd fellows of the baser sort, 843. Lexicography, lost in, 368. Lexicon of youth, in the, 606. Lexington and Bunker Hill, there is, 532. Liar, doubt truth to be a, 133. of the first magnitude, 294. Liars, all men are, 823. ought to have good memories, 264, 721, 774. Libanus, like a cedar in, 822. Liberal education, men of, 284. of good natural parts and of a, 786. soul shall be made fat, 826. to love her was a, 297. Libertas et natale solum, 290. Liberties, people never give up, 411. Libertine, puffed and reckless, 129. the air a chartered, 91. Liberty and glory of his country, 529. and union now and forever, 533. angels alone enjoy such, 260. cradle of American, 534. crimes in the name of, 804. crust of bread and, 328. enjoy delight with, 30. essential, 359. eternal vigilance is the price of, 849. exists in wholesome restraint, 531. fountain of human, 530. God gave us at the same time, 434. hour of virtuous, 298. I must have withal, 68. is in every blow, 450. mountain nymph sweet, 248. my spirit felt thee, 501. one of the most valuable blessings, 792. or death, give me, 430. price of, 855. principles of human, 530. spirit of, 408. sweet land of, 619. to that only which is good, 670. tree of, 804. when they cry, 252. Liberty's tree, garden of, 516. unclouded blaze, 564. war, first touch of, 525. Library, books from mine own, 42. circulating, 440. turn over half a, 372. was dukedom large enough, 42. Libyan fable, in a, 696. License they mean, 252. Lick absurd pomp, 137. the dust, enemies shall, 821. Licks the dust, pride that, 328. the hand just raised, 315. Lid, hang upon his penthouse, 116. Lids, drops his blue-fringed, 501. of Juno's eyes, 77. Lie, children and fools cannot, 15. direct, the, 72. give the world the, 25. lightly, gentle earth, 197. most civil sort of, 567. much makes life itself a, 554. never lives to be old, 697. never tell a, 757. nothing can need a, 205. spit in my face if I tell a, 84. still and slumber, 302. ten nights awake, 51. to credit his own, 42. under a mistake, you, 292, 567. was dead and damned, the, 645. was thy dream a shadowy, 654. what is a, after all, 560. which is all a, 628. which is half a truth, 628. with circumstance, 72. with me, who loves to, 67. Lies, devil author of, 193. down to pleasant dreams, 572. in his bed, 79. like a hedgehog, 584. like truth, fiend that, 125. some books are, 446. to hide it makes it two, 301. what is gained by telling, 761. Lief not be as live to be, 110. Liege of all loiterers, 55. Life a galling load, 448. a little gleam of time, 580. above, there is a, 497. all labour be, why should, 624. all other passions fly, with, 508. and death, no difference between, 757. and liberty, God gave us, 434. and light, form of, 549. anything for a quiet, 852. as I have seen it in his, 129. as though to breathe were, 625. at a pin's fee, do not set my, 131. bane and antidote, death and, 299. be that which men call death, 699. beyond life, 254. blandishments of, 671. blessed one's, with true believing, 641. book of human, 617. bread is the staff of, 283, 291. brought dead bodies into, 604. calamity of so long, 135. can charm no more, till, 390. can little more supply, 314. cannot tell what other men think of this, 110. careless of the single, 632. care 's an enemy to, 74. characters from high, 320. charmed, I bear, 126. common walk of virtuous, 307. condemned to part with, 398. confined to the space of a day, 736. creeping where no, is seen, 652. crowded hour of glorious, 493. crown of, receive the, 848. daily beauty in his, 156. dear to me as light and, 450. death and, bane and antidote, 299. death in the midst of, 851. death of each day's, 120. death what men call, 766. deeds which make up, 644. dignity in every act of, 752. distasteful, have you found your, 651. does smack sweet, my, 651. dost thou love, 360. dreary intercourse of daily, 468. earliest shock in one's, 609. elysian, suburb of the, 615. every lovely organ of her, 53. everything advantageous to, 43. exempt from public haunt, 67. fatigued with, 513. fed by the bounty of earth, 597. flows gently on, 749. friend to my, 326. from death to, 40. from high, 320. from the dregs of, 276. fury slits the thin-spun, 247. give for his, all he hath, 816. God who gave us, 434. good man's, best portion of, 467. hand in hand through, 362. harp of, love took up the, 625. has passed but roughly, 423. hath quicksands and snares, 614. he passes from, 561. his, I 'm sure was in the right, 260. hour of glorious, 493. how good is man's, 647. how pleasant is thy morning, 447. I love a ballad in print o', 78. idea of her, shall sweetly creep, 53. in every limb, feels its, 466. in short measures, 180. in so long tendance spend, 30. in that state of, 850. in the midst of, 851. intense, concentrated in a, 544. into each, some rain, 613. is a battle, 750. is a bubble, whose, 201. is a jest and all things show it, 350. is a short summer, 366. is all a cheat, 276. is at the greatest when all is done, 266. is but a means unto an end, 654. is but a span, our, 687. is but a walking shadow, 125. is but an empty dream, 612. is in decrease, 309. is in the right, whose, 318. is like a winter's day, 263. is like the summer rose, 677. is love, all that, 497. is made of the stuff, 360. is of a mingled yarn, 74. is one demd horrid grind, 652. is real life is earnest, 612. is rounded with a sleep, 43. is short and the art long, 700. is sweet, 661. is this, really death, 766. is thorny and youth is vain, 500. is what our thoughts make it, 751. itself a lie, much makes, 554. lay down his, for his friends, 843. leaves from the book of, 617. let us cherish, 805. lies before us in daily, 237. like a dome, 565. like a thing of, 550. like following, 320. little needed to make a happy, 754. loathed worldly, 49. love of, increased with years, 432. luxuries of, 637. man's, lies within this present, 750. many-coloured, 366. map of busy, 420. marble softened into, 329. may you live all the days of your, 293. measure of a man's, 736. measured by deeds not years, 443. moving-delicate and full of, 53. my joy my, 784. my way of, 124. nobody loves, like an old man, 697. nor love thy, nor hate, 240. not a thing of consequence, 753. not bought with gold, 339. not numbered by years, 784. nothing half so sweet in, 521. nothing in his, became him, 117. O death in, 630. of a man a poem of its sort, 578. of a man faithfully recorded, 578. of care, weep away the, 566. of danger and hardship, 537. of joy, renews the, 577. of man brutish and short, 200. of man but a point of time, 729. of man less than a span, 170. of mortal breath, 615. of poor Jack, watch for the, 436. of the building, stole thence the, 120. of the husbandman, 597. of the law, reason is the, 24. on any chance, set my, 121. on the ocean wave, 679. not the whole of, to live, 496. outlive his, half a year, 138. passing on the prisoner's, 47. perfected by death, 620. piercing the depths of, 542. presiding angel o'er his, 455. protracted is protracted woe, 365. pulse of, stood still, 306. pursue, not for nothing that we, 276. questioned me the story of my, 150. rainbow to the storms of, 550. sacred burden is this, 641. seasoned, of man, 254. seemed formed of sunny years, 679. seemed one pure delight, 587. sequestered vale of, 385, 425. set gray, 625. set upon a cast, 98. she was his, 553. short art is long, 803. short therefore is man's, 750. so dear or peace so sweet, 430. so his, has flowed, 577. so softly death succeeded, 270. spent worthily, 443. spirit giveth, 846. staff of my, 786. struggling for, 370. sunset of the, 514. sweat under a weary, 136. sweet civilities of, 273. sweetener of, 354. take no thought for your, 838. taste lifts him into, 421. tedious as a twice-told tale, 79. that dares send a challenge, 258. that, is long, 309. that lies before us, 651. that man liveth, 749. the race is a, 608. this house to be let for, 204. thou art a galling load, 448. thread of, wove with pain, 343. 't is all a cheat, 276. to come, expatiates in a, 315. to come, we 'ld jump the, 118. to lead a tranquil, 752. to live not the whole of, 496. took a man's, with him, 579. tree of, the middle tree, 232. trifles make, 311. unbought grace of, 410. unspotted, is old age, 836. useful, progressive virtue, 355. vanities of, forego, 492. variety 's the spice of, 419. victorious o'er all the ills of, 451. vital warmth that feeds my, 280. voyage of their, 115. was beauty, dreamed that, 654. was duty, found that, 654. was gentle, 115. was in the right, I am sure, 260. waste not the remnant of thy, 750. wave of, kept heaving, 583. web of our, is of mingled yarn, 74. were in 't, stir as, 125. we 've been long together, 433. wheels of weary, 276. when Jove gave us, 339. which others pay, 339. while there 's, there 's hope, 349, 705. wine of, is drawn, 120. you take my, 65. your arms enfold, so dear a, 629. Life's battle, who in, 805. blessings, two greatest of, 713. business being the terrible choice, 651. common way, 472. dark road through, 564. dull round, travelled, 379. enchanted cup, 542. fading space, 262. feast, chief nourisher in, 120. fitful fever, 121. great end which answers, 309. means, ravin up thine own, 120. morning march, 515. poor play is o'er, 318. rough sea, 37. small things, 661. star, our, 477. tale makes up, 502. tremulous ocean, 528. uncertain voyage, 109. vast ocean we sail on, 317. worst ills, ill cure for, 594. young day, love of, 580. Life-blood of a master-spirit, 254. of our enterprise, 86. Life-inclining stars, 38. Lift her with care, 586. it bear it solemnly, 641. it up fatherly, I cannot, 657. slight gives the greatest, 172. Lifts him into life, 421. Light, a foot so, 107. and calm thoughts, 502. and choice of Attic taste, 252. and leading, men of, 410. and life, dear to me as, 450. as air, trifles, 154. as if they feared the, 256. blasted with excess of, 382. burning and a shining, 843. by her own radiant, 244. children of, 842. common as, is love, 566. darkness from, 650. darkness visible, no, 223. dear as the, 383. dies before thy uncreating word, 332. dim religious, 250. dry, 722. fantastic toe, 248. feasting presence full of, 109. for after times, 507. form of life and, 549. from grave to, 273, 799. from heaven, 447, 549. gains make heavy purses, 37. gleaming tapers, 399. glides in, 577. hail holy, 230. halls of dazzling, 678. hate the day it lendeth, 30. have neither heat nor, 180. Hebrew knelt in the dying, 589. his sleep was aery, 234. in heaven's own, 496. in liquid, 678. is as the shining, 825. is sweet, truly the, 831. lady garmented in, 567. let there be, 812. lets in new, 221. like a shaft of, 625. mellowed to that tender, 551. men of inward, 214. merely to officiate, 237. no, but darkness visible, 225. of a dark eye in woman, 544. of a pleasant eye, 653. of a whole life, 669. of common day, 478. of day, rival in the, 482. of heaven restore, 340. of hope, leave the, 514. of it, they made, 840. of jurisprudence, gladsome, 24. of light beguile, 54. of love, 550. of love, purple, 382. of morn, golden, 584. of other days, 523, 561. of setting suns, 467. of the body is the eye, 838. of the heaven she 's gone to, 657. of the Maeonian star, 325. of the morning gild it, 529. of the world, ye are the, 838. of things, come forth into the, 466. of thy countenance, 818, 851. of truth, in the, 475. out of hell leads up to, 227. possessed with inward, 503. presence full of, 109. put out the, 156. quivering aspen, 490. relume, that thy, 156. remnant of uneasy, 474. restore, thy former, 156. rule of streaming, 244. scorns the eye of vulgar, 520. seeking light, 54. she fled in, away, 447. silver, on tower and tree, 673. sounds possessed with inward, 503. sprinkled with rosy, 338. stand in your own, 17. streakings of the morning, 574. such a dawn of, 563. sweetness and, 291. swift-winged arrows of, 416. that led astray, 447. that lies in woman's eyes, 522. that never was on sea, 475. that visits these sad eyes, 383. the one true, 768. the true, which lighteth, 842. through chinks, lets in new, 221. through yonder window, 105. to counterfeit a gloom, 250. to guide rod to check, 475. truth and noonday, 654. unbarred the gates of, 235. unreflected, 594. unto my path, 823. unveiled her peerless, 233. walk while ye have the, 843. we seek it ere it come to, 424. which beats upon a throne, 629. which heaven sheds, 522. which once he wore, 618. will repay the wrongs of night, 203. windows that exclude the, 386. within his own breast, 244. Lights are fled whose garlands dead, 523. as vain as pleasures, 492. earthly godfathers of heaven's, 54. every room blazed with, 109. let your, be burning, 842. of mild philosophy, 297. of the world, 414. shifting fancies and celestial, 621. that do mislead the morn, 49. truth may bear all, 578. without a name, 256. Lightens, ere one can say it, 106. Lighter than vanity, 265. Lighthouse looked lovely as hope, 528. Lightly draws its breath, 466. from fair to fair he flew, 489. like a flower, 634. turns to thoughts of love, 625. Lightning and the gale, 635. as quick as, 214. defence against, 713. does the will of God, as, 538. done like, 178. flash of the, 561. in the collied night, brief as the, 57. or in rain, in thunder, 115. quick as, 214. too like the, 106. vanish like, 594. Lightnings may flash, the, 666. of his song, veiling the, 565. Like as eggs, 77. as one pease is to another, 33. but oh how different, 476. endure the, himself, 53. following life, 320. my father, no more, 128. not look upon his, again, 128. one who treads alone, 523. to a little kingdom, 111. will to like, 11. Liked it not, and died, 175. Likelihood, fellow of no, 86. Likeness of a kingly crown, 228. Likewise, go and do thou, 842. Lilies of all kinds, 78. of the field, consider the, 838. roses and white, 685. twisted braids of, 246. Lily, a most unspotted, 101. fresh, thou becomest thy bed, 159. hand, waved her, 348. how sweet the, grows, 535. to paint the, 79. Lima, traveller from, 592. Limb, feels its life in every, 466. flowing, in pleasure drowns, 357. vigour from the, 542. Limbs, decent, composed, 335. her gentle, did she undress, 499. on those recreant, 79. whose trembling, 433. will quiver after the soul is gone, 375. young in, 62. Limed soul, 139. Lime-twigs of his spells, 245. Limit of becoming mirth, 55. of the world, quiet, 625. to the giant's strength, 572. Limits of a vulgar fate, 382. stony, cannot hold love out, 105. Limitless billows, swelling and, 503. Limns on water, 170. Line, cancel half a, 768. creep in one dull, 324. fight it out on this, 664. full resounding, 329. harsh cadence of a rugged, 270. in the very first, 399. lives along the, 316. longest kingly, 494. Marlowe's mighty, 179. marred the lofty, 489. not one, to blot, 377. stretch out to the crack of doom, 123. too labours, the, 324. upon line, 834. we carved not a, 563. Lines accords, soul unto the, 205. desert of a thousand, 329. in pleasant places, 818. let a lord once own the, 324. mottoes of the heart, 514. reading between the, 803. see two dull, 311. where beauty lingers, 548. where go the poet's, 636. Lineaments, in my, they trace, 552. of gospel-books, 23. Linen, dirty, to wash, 800. old, wash whitest, 181. you 're wearing out, not, 585. Linger, do not live but, 188. sound which makes us, 548. Lingering look behind, 385. winter, chills the lap of May, 394. Lingers, lines where beauty, 548. Lining, silver, on the night, 243. L'injure se grave en metal, 100. Link, last, is broken, 682. silver, silken tie, 488. Links, pain to break its, 520. Linked sweetness, 249. with one virtue, 551. Linnets, pipe but as the, 632. Lion among ladies, 58. as a roaring, 849. better than a dead, 831. blood more stirs to rouse a, 84. bold as a, 829. breakfast on the lip of a, 91. from his lair, rouse the, 495. half appeared the tawny, 236. heart and eagle eye, 392. hungry, give a grievous roar, 388. in his den, beard the, 490. in the lobby roar, 352. in the way, there is a, 828. is in the streets, 828. like a bear or, 158. mated by the hind, 73. not so fierce as painted, 206, 222. pawing to get free, 236. righteous are bold as a, 829. wooes his brides as the, 392. Lions growl and fight, 301. talks familiarly of, 78. Lion's hide, thou wear a, 79. mane, dew-drop from the, 102. nerve, the Nemean, 131. skin will not reach, 734. Lip, between the cup and the, 190. contempt and anger of his, 76. coral of his, admires, 200. nectar on a, 442. of a lion, eat breakfast on the, 91. vermeil-tinctured, 246. Lips are now forbid to speak, 581. beauty's ensign crimson in thy, 109. divine persuasion flows from his, 338. drop gentle words, 692. fevered, 577. from speaking guile, 819. had language, O that those, 423. heart on her, 554. here hung those, 144. immortal blessing from her, 108. in poverty to the very, 155. let no dog bark when I ope my, 60. man of unclean, 833. no sign save whitening, 636. of Julia, 201. of those that are asleep, 832. poisoned chalice to our, 118. reproof on her, 582. she dasht her on the, 38. smile on her, 489. smily round the, 659. soft were those, 38. soul through my, 623. steal blessing from her, 108. steeped to the, in misery, 614. suck forth my soul, her, 41. take those, away, 49. talk of the, 826. that are for others, 630. that he has prest, 635. that I have kissed, 144. that were forsworn, 49. to speak, causing the, 832. tremble, see my, 333. truth from his, prevailed, 397. we are near, make love to the, 521. we love, far from the, 521. were four red roses on a stalk, 97. were red and one was thin, 256. whispering with white, 543. Liquid dew of youth, 129. fire, glass of, 457. lapse of murmuring streams, 237. light, sparkling and bright in, 678. notes, 251. Liquors, hot and rebellious, 67. Lisped in numbers, 327. List list O list, 131. of friends, enter on my, 422. ye landsmen all to me, 672. Listen when she speaks, angels, 279. where thou art sitting, 246. with credulity, ye who, 367. Listens like a three years' child, 498. Listened to a lute, 589. Listening ear of night, 640. earth, nightly to the, 300. mood, in, 490. still they seemed to hear, 345. Listeth, wind bloweth where it, 842. Litel gold in cofre, 1. on the Bible, his studie was, 2. Literary men are a perpetual priesthood, 577. men, parole of, 374. Literature consoles sorrow, 590. failed in, and art, 609. grazed the common of, 376. on a little oatmeal, 460. Litigious terms, 253. Little added to a little, 739. and the great, between the, 424. better than one of the wicked, 83. boats should keep near shore, 360. can a moment show, 486. contented with, 451. deeds of kindness, 642. drops of water, 642. earth for charity, 100. employment, hand of, 143. finger, more goodness in her, 293. fire kindleth, 849. folding of the hands, 825. for the bottle, 436. foxes that spoil the vines, 832. gold in coffer, 1. grave, my kingdom for a, 82. hands were never made to tear each other's eyes, 302. happy if I could say how much, 51. have, and seek no more, 22. here a, and there a little, 834. his study on the bible was, 2. in one's own pocket, 789. is better than nothing, 710. kingdom, like to a, 111. knowest thou that hast not tried, 29. lay up little upon a, 694. learning dangerous, 323. leaven leaveneth, 846. love me, love me long, 16, 41, 202. lower than the angels, 818. man, there was a, 519. man wants but, 308, 402. month, a, 128. more than a little is too much, 86. more than kin, 127. needed to make a happy life, 754. of this great world can I speak, 150. one become a thousand, 834. one's chair, sits in my, 657. one's cradle, lies in my, 657. said is soonest mended, 200, 787. shall I grace my cause, 150. sleep a little slumber, 825. soul let us try, 519. talk too much and think too, 268. things are great to little man, 394. too wise never live long, 172. valiant great in villany, 79. we see in nature that is ours, 476. wise the best of fools, 177. Live all the days of your life, 293. alone, why should we fear to, 569. alway, I would not, 678, 816. and learn, 790. but linger, do not, 188. by bread alone, man shall not, 838. by bread only, man doth not, 813. by one man's will, 31. cleanly, leave sack and, 88. dare to die bear to, 318. disgraced, better not to live than, 697. good men eat to, 738. good world to, in, 279. in brass, men's evil manners, 100. in deeds not years, 654. in hearts we leave behind, 516. in peace, adieu, 334. in pleasure when I live to thee, 359. in snuff, rather than, 26. it matters not how long you, 713. means to, 43. means whereby I, 65. more virtue than doth, 178. not in myself, I, 543. one day asunder, 279. or die sink or swim, 530. past years again, none would, 276. peaceably with all men, 844. so may'st thou, 240. so wise so young never, long, 97. taught us how to, 313. teach him how to, 425, 774. thus let me, 334. till I were married, 51. till to-morrow, 423. to be in awe of such a thing, 110. to be the show and gaze, 126. to eat, bad men, 738. to fight another day, 216, 403. to, is Christ, 847. to please must please to live, 366. true as I, 173. unblemished let me, 333. unseen unknown, let me, 334. we must eat to, 363. we never live but hope to, 799. well what thou liv'st, 240. while ye may happy pair, 233. while you live, 359. with me and be my love, 40. with the gods, 753. with thee and be thy love, 25. with them less sweet, 521. without thee I cannot, 569. Lives a prayer, making their, 618. all that, must die, 127. along the line, 316. and dies in single blessedness, 57. and sacred honour, 434. as he ought to do, 184. buying men's, 493. contentedly, 424. had all his hairs been, 156. how a man, 371. join, oft a scar two, 648. longer, competency, 60. may last but never, 672. most who thinks most, 654. nine, like a cat, 16. of great men all remind us, 612. other heights in other, 645. pleasant in their, 815. sublime, make our, 612. to build not boast, he, 354. Lived and loved, I 've, 504. and loved together, we have, 611. in Settle's numbers, 331. in the eye of nature, 468. in the tide of times, 113. to-day, I have, 273. unknown, she, 469. without him, tried to, 175. Livelier iris, 625. plaything, some, 318. Live-long day, 110. Lively sense of future favours, 304. to severe, grave to gay, 320. Liveried angels, a thousand, 245. Livers in content, with humble, 98. Livery of heaven, stole the, 588. of hell, the cunning, 48. shadowed, of the burnished sun, 62. twilight gray in her sober, 233. Living, art of, 754. as though no God there were, 645. dead man, 50. dog better than dead lion, 831. high hopes of, 254. house appointed for all, 817. land of the, 817. might exceed the dead, the, 219. mother of all, 812. plain, and high thinking, 472. will it not live with the, 87. with thee nor without thee, no, 300. Llewellyn's lay, 383. Lo the poor Indian, 315. Load a falling man, a cruelty to, 101. ass will not carry his, 792. life thou art a galling, 448. of infamy, any, 462. of sorrow, wring under the, 53. would sink a navy, a, 99. Loads of learned lumber, 325. Loaf, half a, is better than no bread, 15. to steal a shive of a cut, 104. Loan oft loses itself and friend, 130. Loathe the taste of sweetness, 86. Loathed worldly life, 49. Loaves, half-penny, 94. Lobby, hear a lion in the, 352. Lobster boiled, like a, 213. Local habitation and a name, 59. Lochaber, farewell to, 671. Lochow, far cry to, 857. Lock, cryin' at the, 679. such rascal counters, 114. Locks, familiar with his hoary, 588. hyacinthine, 232. in the golden story, 104. invincible, 254. knotted and combined, 131. left you are gray, the few, 506. never shake thy gory, 122. nor doors nor, 538. pluck up drowned honour by the, 84. so aptly twined, 191. time his golden, 24. were like the raven, 449. whoever knocks open, 123. ye auburn, 636. Locked lettered collar, 447. up from mortal eye, 258. up in steel, naked though, 94. Locusts, luscious as, 151. Lodge a friend, house to, 289. in a garden of cucumbers, 832. oh for a, 418. thee by Chaucer, 179. where thou lodgest I will, 814. Lodges, where care, 106. Lodging-place of wayfaring men, 835. Lodgings in a head unfurnished, 210. Lodore, this way the water comes down at, 506. Loftiness of thought, 270. Lofty and sour, 101. designs must close in like effects, 646. rhyme, build the, 246. scene, this our, 112. Log, tough wedge for a tough, 712. Logic and rhetoric, 168. Loin, the ungirt, 646. Loins be girded, let your, 842. Loiterers and malcontents, 55. Loke who that is most vertuous, 4. London bridge, arch of, 591. habitation of bitterns, 592. has all that life can afford, 373. monster, 261. London's column pointing, 322. lasting shame, 383. Lonely, I am very, now Mary, 611. so, it was, 499. want retired to die, 366. Lonesome road, like one on a, 499. Long after it was heard no more, 473. be the day never so, 19. choosing and beginning late, 238. dull and old, 454. has it waved on high, 635. home, man goeth to his, 831. in populous city pent, 239. is the way and hard, 227. it sha'n't be, 353. lank and brown, 498. live our noble king, 285. live the king, 417, 860. long ago, 581. love me little love me, 16, 41, 202. may it wave, 517. merry as the day is, 50. short and the, of it, 45. that life is, 309. time ago, 596. Long-drawn aisle, 384. out, linked sweetness, 249. Longest kingly line, 494. Longing after immortality, 298. feeling of sadness and, 614. lingering look behind, 385. more wavering, 75. why thus, 680. yet afraid to die, 614. Longings, immortal, 159. Long-lasht eyes abased, her, 512. Long-levelled rule, 244. Long-tailed words, 462. Look a gift horse in the mouth, 11, 211. amaist as weel 's the new, 447. before and after, we, 565. before you ere you leap, 214, 789. beneath the surface, 753. brighter when we come, 556. drew audience, his, 227. ere thou leap, 9. forward not back, 681. give me a, give me a face, 178. here upon this picture, 140. in the chronicles, 72. into happiness through another man's eyes, 71. into the seeds of time, 116. into thy heart, 34, 612. lean and hungry, 111. like the innocent flower, 117. longing lingering, 385. men met with erected, 269. not thou upon the wine, 828. on her face and you 'll forget, 325. on it lift it bear it, 641. on sech a blessed cretur, 659. out and not in, 681. proudly to heaven, 514. round the habitable world, 274. so dull so dead in, 88. that nature wears, 613. that threatened insult, 410. through a milstone, 33. to have, I must not, 124. to the essence of a thing, 755. up and not down, 681. upon his like again, 128. with thine ears, 148. your last, 109. Looks a queen, she, 337. around in fear and doubt, 522. clear your, 466. commercing with the skies, 249. fairest garden in her, 261. full assurance given by, 23. in the clouds, 111. invites you by his, 415. meagre were his, 108. of love, sidelong, 396. only books were woman's, 522. praising God with sweetest, 584. profound, statesmen with, 397. puts on his pretty, 79. quite through the deeds of men, 111. sadly upon him, 98. the cottage might adorn, 398. through nature, 320. up friend and clear your, 466. were fond and words were few, 537. with despatchful, 235. Looked, no sooner, but loved, 71. on better days, if ever you have, 68. sighed and, 272. unutterable things, 356. Looker-on here in Vienna, 49. Lookes, full assurance given by, 23. Looking before and after, 142. ill prevail, 256. well can't move her, 256. Looking-glass, court an amorous, 95. Looming bastion, 631. Loop, no, nor hinge, 154. Looped and windowed raggedness, 147. Loophole, cabined, 243. Loopholes of retreat, 420. Loose, all hell broke, 234. fast and, 55. his beard, 383. Lord above, the eagle was, 474. among wits, 369. be thanked, let the, 452. beloved, when Israel of the, 493. descended from above, 23. directeth his steps, 826. dismiss us with thy blessing, 674. Fanny spins a thousand such, 328. gave and hath taken away, 816. help 'em how I pities them, 510. how it talked, 197. knows where, Zembla or the, 318. knows who, parents were the, 286. lendeth unto the, 827. my bosom's, 108. my pasture shall prepare, 300. of all the works of nature, 30. of all things great, 317. of folded arms, 55. of himself that heritage of woe, 551. of himself though not of lands, 174. of humankind, 277. of the lion heart, 392. of the valley, 520. of thy presence no land beside, 78. once own the happy lines, let a, 324. precious in the sight of the, 823. present with the, 508. secret things belong to the, 814. shall hiss for the fly, 833. Stafford mines for coal, 563. till his, is crucified, 657. vicar of the almightie, 6. went before them, 813. whom the, loveth he chasteneth, 848. Lords, honoured at the house of, 330. may flourish or may fade, 396. new, give us new laws, 200. of hell, procuress to the, 632. of humankind, 395. of ladies intellectual, 555. of the creation, 448. stories, great, 454. wit among, 369. women who love their, 392. Lord's anointed, rail on the, 97. anointed temple, broke ope the, 120. Lordly dish, butter in a, 814. pleasure-house, 623. Lordships' pleasures, on their, 101. Lore, Cristes, and his apostles, 2. mystical, 514. skilled in gestic, 395. Lose good dayes, 29. his own soul, 840. it that do buy it with much care, 59. no man can, what he never had, 208. of no account what you can, 709. the good we oft might win, 47. Losers must have leave to speak, 297. Losing office, hath but a, 88. rendered sager by, 554. Loss, choice of, 158. is no loss if unknown, 708. most patient man in, 159. no note of time but from its, 306. of the sun, 353. of time, compliments are, 387. of wealth is loss of dirt, 8. though he promise to his, 851. Losses, fellow that hath had, 53. Lost a day, I've, 307. all good to me is, 231. all is not, 223. all is, save honour, 807. and won, when the battle's, 115. and worn sooner, 75. battle won and battle, 463. being lacked and, 53. count that day, 688. him half the kind, 272. in lexicography, 368. in the sweets, 348. in wandering mazes, 228. my reputation, 152. no love lost, 178, 790. not, but gone before, 283, 714. praising what is, 74. the immortal part of myself, 152. the mourned the loved the, 545. thing not, if you have it, 765. think that day, 688. to sight to memory dear, 587. to sight, though thy smile be, 587. what though the field be, 223. whatsoever thing is, 424. when sweetest, 522. woman that deliberates is, 298. Lot assigned to every man, 750. behold our, 475. blameless vestal's, 333. God wot as by, 404. how hard their, 672. is cast into the lap, 827. of man but once to die, 204. of man to labour, 339. of man to suffer and to die, 342. scot and, 178. suit thyself to thy, 754. though bleak our, 676. to find no enemies, unhappy, 710. to mark, has been my, 390. Lot's wife, remember, 842. Loth and slow, aged men, 492. to depart, and often took leave, 288. to die, wandering on as, 484. Lothario, gay, 301. Lotus, divine nectareous juice, 344. Loud, curses not, but deep, 124. hissing urn, 420. laugh of the vacant mind, 396. roared the dreadful thunder, 453. yet was never, 151. Louder but as empty quite, 318. Love a bright particular star, 73. absence conquers, 679. absence still increases, 581. alas for, if thou wert all, 570. all hearts in, 51. all that life is, 497. all the world in, with night, 107. and dignity in every gesture, 237. and light and calm thoughts, 502. and then to part, 502. and thought and joy, 469. and to cherish, 850. are of, the food, 238. bashful sincerity and comely, 52. be younger than thyself, let thy, 75. begins to sicken, when, 114. better than secret, 829. bow before thine altar, 392. brief as woman's, 138. Briton even in, 485. bud of this, 106. burns with one, 339. business that we, 158. but her forever, 452. but love in vain, 261. but one day, I dearly, 285. but only her, 547. can die, they sin who tell us, 508. can hope where reason despairs, 377. can scarce deserve the name, 549. change old, for new, 25. cherish and to obey, 851. choose by another's eyes, 57. common as light is, 566. could teach a monarch, 387. course of true, 57. dallies with the innocence of, 75. death forerunneth, to win, 621. deceives the best, 346. deep as first, 630. dispute and practice, 221. divine all love excelling, 672. each in my, alike, 102. ecstasy of, 133. endures no tie, 272. everlasting, 280. exalts the mind, how, 273. familiar beast to man and signifies, 45. fasting for a good man's, 70. flowers and fruits of, 555. free as air, 333. friendship constant save in, 51. friendship that like, is warm, 523. from love made manifest, 650. gather the rose of, 202. God from necessity is, 640. God gives us, 624. greater, hath no man, 843. greatest pain it is to, 261. grown to ripeness, 624. hail wedded, 234. hapless, 367. harvest-time of, 508. he bore to learning, 397. he spake of, 482. he was all for, 436. her, to know her was to, 455. her, to see her was to, 452. her was a liberal education, to, 297. him at his call, 470. him ere he seem worthy, 471. him not, sour to them that, 101. how should I know your true, 405. if I have freedom in my, 260. if there 's delight in, 294. if thou wert all, 570. in a dream of, melted away, 677. in a hut, 574. in every gesture dignity and, 237. in heavenly spirits, is there, 28. in such a wilderness, 516. in the beginning, no great, 45. in your hearts as idly burns, 213. is a boy by poets styled, 213. is blind and lovers cannot see, 62. is doomed to mourn, 683. is flower-like, 503. is grown to ripeness, when, 624. is heaven and heaven is love, 487. is indestructible, 508. is left alone, and, 624. is light from heaven, 549. is like a landscape, 181. is like a red red rose, my, 451. is loveliest in tears, 491. is nature's second sun, 35. is not love which alters, 163. is strong as death, 832. is sweet given or returned, 566. is the fulfilling of the law, 845. is the gift God has given, 488. it would conceal, 502. knoweth no laws, 32. labour of, 847. last not least in, 113. laws that, has made, 333. let those now, 306. life, dost thou, 360. light and calm thoughts, 502. light of, 550. like friendship steady, 523. live with me and be my, 40. live with thee and be thy, 25. looks not with the eyes, 57. lost between us, no, 178. maid with few to, 469. many waters cannot quench, 832. me little love me long, 16, 41, 202. me love my dog, 19. medicines to make me, 84. men have died but not for, 71. mightier far is, 482. mighty pain to, it is, 261. ministers of, 501. music be the food of, 74. must needs be blind, 503. my whole course of, 150. nature is fine in, 142. never doubt I, 133. never ebb to humble, 155. no fear in, 849. not man the less I, 547. now who never loved before, 306. O fire O, 623. of justice, 795. of life increased with years, 432. of life's young day, 580. of money the root of all evil, 848. of nature, in the, 572. of praise howe'er concealed by art, 310. of the turtle, 549. of women, alas the, 557. of women, passing the, 815. of your neighbour, 720. office and affairs of, 51. on through all ills, 527. on till they die, 527. once possessed, to regain, 242. one another, 844. only they conquer, 200. oyster may be crossed in, 442. pains of, be sweeter far, 276. pangs of despised, 135. pardon in the degree that we, 796. paths to woman's, 198. perdition catch my soul but I do, 153. perfect, casteth out fear, 849. pity 's akin to, 282. pity melts the mind to, 272. pity swells the tide of, 308. pleasure of, is in loving, 595. poet without, 578. power and effect of, 191. prize of learning, 649. prove variable, 106. purple light of, 382. renewal of, 702. renewing of, 21. right to dissemble your, 445. rules the court the camp, 487. seals of, but sealed in vain, 49. seldom haunts the breast, 336. she never told her, 75. sidelong looks of, 396. silence in, bewrays more woe, 25. sincerity and comely, 52. soft eyes looked, 542. something to, God lends us, 624. sought is good, 76. speak low if you speak, 51. speaks, when, 56. spring of, 44, 498. stony limits cannot hold, 105. such, as spirits feel, 482. taught him shame, 273. thank Heaven for a good man's, 70. that can be reckoned, 157. that never found his earthly close, 625. that they sing and that they, 220. that took an early root, 589. the lion must die for, 73. the more, now, 306. the offender, 333. thee, but I do, 153. thee dear so much, 259. thee dearly love thee still, 689. thee Doctor Fell, I do not, 286. thee, I but know that I, 522. thee, none knew thee but to, 562. thee still, with all thy faults I, 418. their lords, women who, 392. their lovers, women, 796. they conquer, that run away, 200. they who inspire, 566. thoughts of, 625. thy life nor hate nor, 240. thy neighbour as thyself, 813, 838, 840. thyself last, 100. thyself many will hate thee, 707. to hatred turned, like, 294. to lips we are near make, 521. to me was wonderful, 815. to see all things but not my, 30. too divine to, 564. too much, who, 345. took up the harp of life, 625. triumph in redeeming, 674. true knowledge leads to, 465. truth of truths is, 654. tunes the shepherd's reed, 487. unfit for ladies', 272. unrelenting foe to, 358. waters cannot quench, 832. were young, if all the world and, 25. when I, thee not chaos is come, 153. whom none can, 672. whose eyelids dropped, 693. will creep in service, 14. with all their quantity of, 144. with night, all the world in, 107. with the innocence of, 75. without his wings, 560. woman's whole existence, 556. worthy of your, 471. wroth with one we, 500. your neighbour's wife, 591. Loves, faithfull, 27. me best that calls me Tom, 194. nobler cares and nobler, 477. suspects yet strongly, 153. to hear himself talk, 107. Love's devoted flame, 523. holy name, 508. majesty, wants, 95. proper hue, rosy red, 238. wound, purple with, 58. young dream, 521. Loved and lost, better to have, 632. and still loves, 455. arts which I, 260. ashamed of being, 794. at first sight, 35, 40. at home, revered abroad, 447. but one, sighed to many, 540. Caesar less, not that I, 113. gold in special, 2. heart that has truly, 520. her that she did pity them, 151. him, use him as though you, 208. how honoured, how, 335. I have lived and, 504. I not honour more, 259. I saw and, 430. in vain, I know we, 539. let those who always, 306. me for the dangers, 151. my country and hated him, 555. needs only to be seen, to be, 269. no sooner, but they sighed, 71. none without hope e'er, 377. not wisely but too well, 156. passing well, 134. Rome more, but that I, 113. sae blindly, had we never, 452. sae kindly, had we never, 452. so long and sees no more, 455. the great sea, 538. the mourned the lost, the, 545. the world, I have not, 544. to plead lament and sue, 489. we have lived and, together, 611. who never, before, 306. Love-darting eyes, 246. Love-in-idleness, maidens call it, 58. Lovelier face, finer form or, 490. things have mercy, 548. Loveliest, last still, 545. of lovely things, 573. village of the plain, 395. Loveliness increases, its, 574. lay down in her, 499. majesty of, 550. needs not ornament, 356. Lovely and a fearful thing, 557. and pleasant in their lives, 612. apparition sent, 474. as a Lapland night, 475. fair, who art so, 155. in death the beauteous ruin lay, 308. in her husband's eye, 463. in your strength, 544. is the rose, 477. more, than Pandora, 234. organ of her life, every, 53. she 's, she 's divine, 682. Thais sits beside thee, 272. whatsoever things are, 847. woman stoops to folly, 403. Lover all as frantic, 59. all mankind love a, 602. and the poet, the lunatic, 59. beauty grows familiar to the, 298. give repentance to her, 403. happy as a, 476. in the husband lost, 377. is beloved, and the, 485. rooted stays, the, 602. sighing like furnace, 69. some banished, 333. still an angel appear to each, 305. to listening maid, 573. why so pale and wan, 256. woman loves her, 557. Lovers cannot see their pretty follies, 62. happy, and make two, 330. love the western star, 487. meeting, journeys end in, 75. never tired of each other, 796. of virtue, all that are, 208. old, are soundest, 181. quarrels of, 702. Romans countrymen and, 113. swear more performance than they are able, 102. whispering, 395. women love their, 796. Lovers' hell, injured, 235. perjuries, Jove laughs at, 106. perjury, Jove but laughs at, 272. songs turned to holy psalms, 25. tongues by night, 106. vows seem sweet, 551. Love-rhymes, regent of, 55. Lovesick, the winds were, 159. Love-song to the morn, 611. Loving are the daring, the, 666. to my mother, so, 128. Low ambition and the pride, 314. death makes equal high and, 9. foreheads villanous, 43. laid in my grave, that I were, 78. lone song, hear but their, 680. speak, if you speak love, 51. support and raise what is, 223. to Him no high no, 316. too, they build, 309. Lower, can fall no, 212. to the higher, 660. Lowering element scowls, 227. Lowers, the morning, 297. Lowest deep a lower, in the, 231. of your throng, 234. Lowing herd winds slowly, 384. Lowliness ambition's ladder, 111. Lowly born, better to be, 98. laid, high ambition, 487. taught and highly fed, 73. wise, be, 237. Lown, called the tailor, 152. Loyal and neutral in a moment, 120. Lubricates business, dinner, 437. Lucent syrops, 575. Lucid interval, 857. Lucifer, falls like, 99. son of the morning, 833. Luck about the house, nae, 426. in odd numbers, 46. old shoe for, 12. would have it, as good, 46. Luckless hour, from that, 2. Lucky chance, 356. Lucre, not greedy of filthy, 847. Lucullus sups with Lucullus, 725. Lucy ceased to be, when, 469. Luke's iron crown, 395. Lumber, learned, in his head, 325. Luminous cloud, joy the, 502. Lump, little leaven leaveneth the, 846. Lunatic lover and the poet, 59. Lunes, in his old, 46. Lungs began to crow, 68. receive our air, 418. Luscious as locusts, 151. woodbine, 58. Lust in man, there is a, 670. of gold, the narrowing, 633. Lusts or wine, not in toys or, 260. Lustre, ne'er could any, see, 442. purpled with rosy, 342. shine with such, 422, 424. Lusty winter, 67. Lute, heart and, 525. listened to a, 589. little rift within the, 629. musical as Apollo's, 56, 245. my heart and, 525. Orpheus with his, 98. pleasing of a, 95. this time-worn, 525. Luve is like a red red rose, my, 451. is like the melodie, 451. Luxuries of life, 637. Luxurious by restraint, 238. man falsely, 355. Luxury, blesses his stars and thinks it, 297. curst by heaven, 398. in self-dispraise, there is a, 480. of disrespect, 483. of doing good, 295, 394, 444. of woe, I 'll taste the, 518. to be, it was a, 501. Lycurgus brought long hair into fashion, 734. Lydian airs, lap me in soft, 249. measures, softly sweet in, 272. Lyfe so short the craft so long, 6. Lying, as easy as, 138. getting up not so easy as, 584. with houris, 387. without having tasted of, 755. world is given to, 88. Lymn, spaniel brach or, 148. Lyre, each mode of the, 519. heaven-taught, 377. Milton's golden, 391. the living, 384. Lyric, splendid ecclesiastical, 609.
Mab, Queen, hath been with you, 104. Macassar, incomparable oil, 555. Macaulay is a book in breeches, 461. out of literature, 461. Macbeth does murder sleep, 119. Macduff, lay on, 126. Macedon, fulmined over Greece to, 241. there is a river in, 92. MacGregor, my name is, 493. where sits, 790. Machiavel had ne'er a trick, 215. Mad as a March hare, 18, 790. finger's breadth of being, 763. if I am Sophocles I am not, 697. it is fitter being sane than, 650. it was, how sad and bad and, 650. out of too much learning become, 193. pleasure in being, 277. prose run, 327. the dog went, and bit the man, 400. 't is true he 's, 133. undevout astronomer is, 310. whom fortune makes, 713. Madam Blaize, lament for, 400. me no madam, 862. Madden round the land, 326. to crime, now, 549. Maddest merriest day, 624. Madding crowd, far from the, 385. Made, annihilating all that 's, 263. fearfully and wonderfully, 824. glorious summer, 95. light, of it, 840. man knows not for what he was, 755. no more bones, 784. Madmen know, none but, 277. Madness, despondency and, 470. genius has a tincture of, 714. go you may call it, 456. great wits allied to, 267. in the brain, work like, 500. lies, that way, 147. melancholy, of poetry, 688. method in, 133. midsummer, this is very, 76. moody, laughing wild, 381. moon-struck, 240. of many for gain of a few, 336. still he did retain that fine, 40. to defer, 306. to live like a wretch and die rich, 188. would gambol from, 141. Madonnas, Rafael of the dear, 645. Madrigals, melodious birds sing, 41. that whisper softness, 254. Maeonian star, light of the, 325. Magic casements, 575. numbers and persuasive sound, 294. of a face, 200. of a name, 513. of the mind, the, 551. potent over sun and star, 482. Shakespeare's, 275. Magister artis, 305. Magistracy is a great trust, 411. Magistrate, invent a shovel and be a, 263. of his country's good, 571. Magna Charta will have no sovereign, 24. Magna est veritas, 836. Magnificence, fuel of, 603. Magnificent and awful cause, 418. but it is not war, 808. spectacle of human happiness, 462. three-tailed Bashaw, 454. Magnificently stern array, 543. Magnitude, thou liar of the first, 294. Mahomet and the mountain, 165. moon of, 566. Mahometans, pleasures of the, 387. Maid, be good sweet, 664. dancing in the shade, 248. it was an Abyssinian, 500. lover to listening, 573. meek as is a, 1. music heavenly, 390. of Athens ere we part, 540. snatched from the sidelong, 356. some captive, 333. sphere-descended, 390. sweetest garland to the sweetest, 314. the chariest, 129. there were none to praise, 469. when King Cophetua loved the beggar, 105. who modestly conceals, 378. widowed wife and wedded, 494. with none to praise, 469. Maids are May when they are maids, 71. malady most incident to, 78. of thirteen talk of puppy dogs, 78. that weave thread with bones, 75. who love the moon, 520. Maiden meditation fancy-free, 58. of bashful fifteen, 442. presence, scanter of your, 130. shame, blush of, 573. showers, like those, 202. sings, the village, 393. sword, bravely fleshed thy, 87. true betrayed for gold, 489. will steal after her heart, the, 521. with white fire laden, 565. young heart of a, 521. Maidens call it love-in-idleness, 58. caught by glare, like moths, 540. fair are commonly fortunate, 33. smiles of other, 677. withering on the stalk, 477. Main, Belerium to the northern, 333. beyond the western, 395. Camilla scours along the, 324. chance, 33, 93, 214, 786. do with might and, 603. far amid the melancholy, 357. from out the azure, 358. Maintain no ill opinions, 398. their rights, dare, 438. Majestic head, some less, 547. in decay, 347. silence, 535. though in ruin, 227. world, get the start of the, 110. Majesty, attribute to awe and, 64. in rayless, 306. next in, 270. obsequious, approved, 237. of God revere, 391. of loveliness, 550. rising in clouded, 233. this earth of, 81. want love's, 95. will rise in, 656. Majority, long since death had the, 355. one on God's side is a, 641. Majors we can make every year, 189. Make a note of, when found, 652. languor smile, 328. me a child again, 668. me to know mine end, 820. no long orations, 432. the angels weep, 48. use of me for the future, 745. Makes his promise good, 851. his pulses fly, 655. me or fordoes me, 156. my gain, every way, 156. one wondrous kind, 387. that and the action fine, 204. up life's tale, 502. us or it mars us, 156. Maken vertue of necessite, 3. Maker and the angel death, his, 502. Maketh haste to be rich, 829. Making beautiful old rhyme, 163. many books there is no end, 832. night hideous, 131. the green one red, 120. their lives a prayer, 618. Malady incident to maids, 77. medicine worse than the, 184. Malcontents, loiterers and, 55. thou art the Mars of, 45. Male-lands, loved all the more by earth's, 647. Malice, bearing no, 458. domestic foreign levy, 121. envy hatred and, 850. nor set down aught in, 156. to conceal, 232. towards none, 622. Malicious, virtue is not, 36. Malignity, motiveless, 505. Mallecho, this is miching, 138. Malmsey and Malvoisie, 682. Malt, Duke of Norfolk deals in, 563. Mambrino's helmet, 786. Mammon, least erected spirit, 225. wins his way, 540. ye cannot serve God and, 838. Man a flower he dies, 366. a fool at forty, 311. a merrier, 55. a plain blunt, 114. a reasonable creature, 254. a slave, whatever day makes, 346. a thinking being, 534. a two-legged animal, 763. a world without a sun, 513. after his desert, use every, 134. after his own heart, 814. after sleep, like a strong, 254. all that a, hath, 816. all that may become a, 118. all that was pleasant in, 399. ambition of a private, 419. an honest, is aboon his might, 452. an inconstant creature, 730. and a brother, am I not a, 852. apparel oft proclaims the, 130. architect of his fortune, 167. arms and the, I sing, 274. as a dying, to dying men, 670. as good kill a, as kill a good book, 254. as he is humour the, 705. assurance of a, 140. at arms must now serve on his knees, 25. at his best state, 820. at his birth, 717. at thirty, suspects himself a fool, 307. bad, never for good service, 411. be fully persuaded, let every, 845. be occupied, let every, 460. be vertuous withal, if a, 4. bear his own burden, 846. before thy mother, 199. before your mother, 424. being in honour, 820. below, God above or, 315. Benedick the married, 50. best good, 279. best-humoured, 400. better spared a better, 87. beware the fury of a patient, 269. bewrayed by his manners, 29. blind old, of Scio's isle, 550. bold bad, 27, 98. brave, chooses, 657. brave, draws his sword, 339. breathes there the, 488. brick-dust, 363. broken with the storms of state, 100. Brutus is an honourable, 113. builds himself, 309. but a rush against Othello, 156. by man was never seen, 653. can boast that he has trod, 571. can die but once, 90. can feel, the worst that, 341. can work, when no, 843. cannot be as he would be, 704. cannot lose the past nor future, 749. canst not be false to any, 130. caverns measureless to, 500. cease ye from, 833. cheated only by himself, 601. child is father of the, 469. childhood shows the, 241. Christian faithful, 96. civilizers of, 608. clever at envying a, 699. clever, by nature, 457. close buttoned to the chin, 422. clothe a, with rags, 828. complete, hero and the, 299. conference maketh a ready, 168. crime of being a young, 376. crossed with adversity, 44. cruelty and ambition of, 27. cruelty to load a falling, 101. dare do all that may become a, 118. debtor to his profession, 164. delights not me, 134. depressed with cares, 348. destructive, smiling, 281. devil in the heart of, 218. diapason closing full in, 271. die better, how can, 593. dies, how a, 371. diligent in business, 828. diseases crucify the soul of, 188. distracted melancholic, 180. do but die, what can a, 584. does, 't is not what, 647. doth not live by bread only, 813. drest in a little brief authority, 48. dull ear of a drowsy, 79. dwells, narrow the corner where, 750. dying, to dying men, 670. ear of, hath not seen, 58. eloquent, that old, 252. England expects every, 446. enough for, to know, 319. ever saw, nor no, 72. every, has his fault, 109. exceeding poor, 62. expatiate o'er this scene of, 314. extremes in, 322. eye of, hath not heard, 58. false man smiling, 281. falsely luxurious, 355. familiar beast to, 45. famous, is Robin Hood, 473. fashion wears out more apparel than the, 52. fear may force a, 11. fell into his anecdotage, 609. first, is of the earth earthy, 846. first years of, 368. fittest place for, to die, 680. flattered to tears this aged, 575. fond, precociously of stirring, 584. for himself, every, 20, 191, 787. foremost, of all this world, 114. forget not though in rags, 391. forget the brother resume the, 343. frailty of a, 164. free as nature first made, 275. from heaven proceed the woes of, 344. fury of a patient, 269. gently scan your brother, 448. give every, thy ear, 130. gives what the gods bestow, 346. God or devil, every, 268. goeth forth unto his work, 823. goeth to his long home, 831. good easy, when he thinks, 99. good great, 502. good meets his fate, 307. good name in, and woman, 153. good, never dies, the, 496. good old, 52, 67. good or ill of, 744. good, yields his breath, 496. goodliest of men, 232. grace of God to, 673. great to little, 394. greater love hath no, 843. had fixed his face, as if the, 468. half part of a blessed, 78. hand against every, 812. hanging the worst use of, 175. happy, be his dole, 46. happy dole, happy, 11. happy, 's without a shirt, 8. happy the, 273. has business and desire, 132. has not, a microscopie eye, 316. he felt as a, 428. he is oft the wisest, 472. he that hath no beard is less than a, 50. he was a good and just, 842. healthy wealthy and wise, 360. hearty old, 506. heaven had made her such a, 150. her wit was more than, 270. here lies a truly honest, 259. highest style of, 308. his prey was, 333. honest as any, living, 52. honest is aboon his might, 111. honest is the only perfect, 183. honest, the noblest work, 319. how poor a thing is, 39. I love not, the less, 547. I pray for no, 109. I see the steady gain of, 618. ignorance of the law excuses no, 195. impious in a good, 308. impossible to be cheated, 601. in all the world's new fashion, 54. in ignorance sedate, 366. in prosperite, 5. in the bush with God, 598. in the mind of, 467. in the mire, 109. in wit a, 335. inclines to popery, 222. intimates eternity to, 299. irreligious, view an, 578. is a bundle of relations, 601. is a noble animal, 219. is a knot of roots, 601. is accommodated, 89. is as heaven made him, 788. is as true as steel, 107. is born unto trouble, 816. is found, the race of, 338. is his own star, 183. is little to be envied, that, 369. is not a fly, 316. is not man as yet, 643. is one world, 205. is the gowd for a' that, 452. is the nobler growth, 433. is thy most awful instrument, 482. is vile, and only, 536. is worth something, 645. judgment falls upon a, 195. justice the great interest of, 531. kindest best conditioned, 64. knows not for what he was made, 755. laborin', an' laborin' woman, 658. large-hearted, 621. laugh if such a, there be, 327. lay down his life for his friends, 843. let him pass for a, 61. let no guilty, escape, 664. let no such, be trusted, 66. let not, put asunder, 840. let the end try the, 89. life of a, a poem, 578. life of a, faithfully recorded, 578. life of, a point of time, 729. life of, less than a span, 170. life of, solitary, 200. like to a little kingdom, 111. little round fat oily, 357. little worse than a, 61. living dead, 50. look sad, near to make a, 59. lot assigned to every, 750. lot of, but once to die, 204. low sitting on the ground, 28. lust in, no charm can tame, 670. made of a cheese-paring, 90. made the town, 417. made us citizens, 657. makes a death, 308. makes his own stature, 309. maketh glad the heart of, 823. man's inhumanity to, 446. mark the perfect, 819. marks the earth with ruin, 547. master of his time, 121. may fish with the worm, 141. may last but never lives, 672. may learn a thousand things, 649. may see how this world goes, 148. meaning in saying he is a good, 61. measure of the height of, 719. meets his fate, when the good, 307. meets his Waterloo, every, 641. melancholic distracted, 180. memory of, runneth not, 392. merciful (righteous), 286. might know the end, that, 115. mildest mannered, 557. mind of desultory, 417. mind the standard of the, 303. mine equal my guide, 820. misery acquaints a, 43. more sinned against, 147. most senseless and fit, 51. mounts through all the spires, 599. must mind his belly, 371. must play a part, every, 60. my foe, to make one worthy, 327. nae, can tether time or tide, 451. nature formed but one such, 552. nature made thee to temper, 280. never is but always to be blest, 315. no, can lose what he never had, 208. no, ever felt the halter draw, 440. no good, grew rich at once, 713. no, has aught of what he leaves, 145. no, is born an angler, 206. no, is born an artist, 206. no, knows distinctly anything, 766. no, loseth other life than that which he liveth, 749. no, wicked at once, 721. no wiser for his learning, 195. not always, actions show the, 320. not good to be alone, 812. not made for the Sabbath, 841. not passion's slave, 138. not the creature of circumstances, 608. nothing so becomes a, 91. noticeable, with large gray eyes, 472. nowhere so busy a, 2. of cheerful yesterdays, 481. of contention, 835. of God, round fat oily, 357. of his fate is never wide, 599. of knowledge increaseth strength, 828. of letters amongst men of the world, 591. of men, the goodliest, 232. of mettle, grasp it like a, 313. of morals, why, 260. of my kidney, 46. of nasty ideas, a nice man is a, 291. of one book, beware of a, 853. of peace and war, 214. of pleasure, a man of pains, 309. of rank as an author, 374. of Ross, sing the, 322. of sovereign parts, 55. of strife, 835. of such a feeble temper, 110. of the world amongst men of letters, 591. of unbounded stomach, 100. of unclean lips, 833. of wisdom man of years, 309. of woe, not always a, 487. old age in this universal, 169. old, and no honester than I, 52. on his oath or bond, 109. one, among a thousand, 830. one, excels another, 702. one worthy, my foe, 327. only knows nothing, 718. parchment undo a, 94. partly is and wholly hopes to be, 650. past the wit of, 58. patient in loss, 159. pays the public, the tax a, 291. people arose as one, 814. perils doe enfold the righteous, 27. perfect who understands for himself, 693. picked out of ten thousand, 133. plant himself on his instincts, 601. play the, 685. plays many parts, in his time, 69. poet still more a, 578. poor, a wise, 181. poorest, in his cottage, 365. prentice han' she tried on, 446. press not a falling, 99. profited, what is a, 840. proper, as one shall see, 57. proper judge of the, 715. proposes God disposes, 7. proud man, 48. prudent, looketh well, 826. reading maketh a full, 168. recovered of the bite, the, 400. religious, unworthy a, 578. regardeth the life of his beast, 826. remote from, 305. right, in the right place, 642. right judgment of, 578. rights of, 409. rousing herself like a strong, 254. ruins of the noblest, 113. sabbath was made for, 841. sadder and a wiser, 499. seasoned life of, 254. see me more, no, 99. seems the only growth, 394. sensible well-bred, 415. seven women hold of one, 833. shall bear his own burden, 846. shall cast his idols, 832. shall not live by bread alone, 838. shall these paper bullets awe a, 51. sharpeneth the countenance, 829. she knows her, 274. should be upright, 750. should not be alone, 812. should render a reason for his faith, 460. sleep of a labouring, 830. slumbers of the virtuous, 299. smell the blood of a British, 147. so faint so spiritless, 88. so frail a thing is, 687. so much one, can do, 263. so various, 268. sorrows of a poor old, 433. sour-complexioned, 206. soweth that he reaps, 847. speak every, truth, 847. state of, like to a little kingdom, 111. strong, when is, 645. struggling for life, 370. struggling in the storms of fate, 336. studious of change, 417. study of mankind is, 317. such master such, 21. suspect your tale untrue, lest, 349. suspects himself a fool at thirty, 307. take him for all in all, 128. teach you more of, 466. telle a tale after a, 2. tested, metal of a, 663. thankless inconsistent, 307. that blushes, 309. that endureth temptation, 848. that first eat an oyster, 292. that hails you Tom or Jack, 423. that hangs on princes' favours, 99. that hath a tongue, 44. that hath friends, 827. that hath his quiver full, 824. that hath no music in himself, 66. that is born of woman, 817. that is not passion's slave, 138. that lays his hand upon a woman, 463. that meddles with cold iron, 211. that old, eloquent, 252. that makes a character, 311. that mourns, vile, 316. that wants money, 733. the hermit sighed, 513. the kindest, the best conditioned, 64. there lived a, in ages past, 496. there was a little, 519. this is the state of, 99. this was a, say to all the world, 115. thou art e'en as just a, 137. thou art the, 815. thou pendulum, 546. thoughtless inconsistent, 307. to all the country dear, 396. to double business bound, 139. to fall, caused, 165. to know, enough for, 319. to labour in his vocation, 83. to man, speech made to open, 310. to mend God's work, 270. to produce great things, 662. to the last, 90. to whom all Naples is known, 798. to whom old men hearkened, 735. too fond to rule alone, 327. turn over half a library, 372. twins from birth, misery and, 343. unclubable, 371. under his fig-tree, 836. upon this earth, to every, 593. upright, God hath made, 831. use doth breed a habit in a, 44. use it lawfully, if a, 847. used to vicissitudes, 368. vain is the help of, 821. vindicate the ways of God to, 315. virtue and riches seldom settle on, 190. virtuous and vicious, 318. want as an armed, 825. wants but little, 308, 402. warning for thoughtless, 481. weak and despised old, 147. weigh the, not his title, 282. well-bred, will not affront me, 415. well-favoured, to be a, 51. were wise to see it, if, 184. what a piece of work is a, 134. what a strange thing is, 559. what can an old, do but die, 584. what, dare I dare, 122. what has been done by, 309. when I became a, 845. where he dies for, 680. where lives the, 492. which lighteth every, 842. while, is growing, 309. who could make so vile a pun, 282. who is not wise is oft the wisest, 472. who knew more and spoke less, 738. who makes a count ne'er made a, 282. who much receives, 672. who smokes, 607. who tells his wife all he knows, 222. who turnips cries, 375. who wants a shirt, 398. whole duty of, 832. whose blood is very snow-broth, 47. whose blood is warm within, 60. whose breath is in his nostrils, 833. whose wish and care, 334. wicked all at once, no, 721. will wait, everything comes if, 609. wind which blows good to no, 20, 90. wise, know himself to be a fool, 71. wise in his own conceit, 828. wit and wisdom born with a, 195. with a terrible name, 508. with large gray eyes, 472. with soul so dead, 488. within him hide, what may, 49. within this learned, 41. without a tear, 516. worth makes the, 319. would die when the brains were out, 122. writing maketh an exact, 168. written out of reputation, 284. yields his breath, when the good, 496. Man's apparel, every true, 49. best things are nearest him, 634. blood, whoso sheddeth, 812. censure, take each, 130. cheek, stain my, 146. contumely, the proud, 135. darling, old, 19. daughter, this old, 149. distinctive mark, 650. erring judgment, 323. every wise, son, 75. eye, watch in every old, 106. face, nose on a, 44, 192. feast, sat at any good, 68. first disobedience, 223. fortune, mould of a, 167. genius is a deity, 742. good qualities, see a, 578. ground, built on another, 45. hand against him, every, 812. hand, cloud like a, 815. hand is not able to taste, 58. happiness to do proper things, 755. heart deviseth his way, 826. heart, which strengthens, 283. house his castle, 24. illusion given, for, 524. imperial race, 326. ingratitude, unkind as, 70. ingress to the world, 439. inhumanity to man, 446. injustice to beasts, 742. life, he took a, 579. life, how good is, 647. life lies within this present, 750. life is like unto a winter's day, 263. life, measure of a, 736. life, short therefore is, 750. loss comes to him from gain, 650. love, a good, 70. love is a thing apart, 556. memory, a great, 138. money makes the, 757. mortality, watch o'er, 478. most dark extremity, 492. own, to get a, 279. pie, no, 98. poison, what 's one, 199. progress through the world, 439. smile, to share the good, 397. true touchstone, 197. unconquerable mind, 471. virtue nor sufficiency, 53. wickedness, a method in, 197. will, to live by one, 31. work is born with him, 656. work made manifest, 845. Mandragora, give me to drink, 157. not poppy nor, 154. Mane, dew-drop from the lion's, 102. hand upon the ocean's, 588. hand upon thy, 548. Manger, dog in the, 188. Mangled forms, vents in, 68. Manhood, bone of, 408. disappointment of, 608. is a struggle, 608. nor good fellowship in thee, 83. sounder piece of British, 579. Manichean god, 421. Manifest, made, 842, 845. Mankind, beyond myself beyond, 340. brightest meanest of, 319. cause of, 520. common curse of, 102. deserve better of, 290. diseases unbidden haunt, 693. enemy to, 76. example the school of, 411. free spirit of, 572. from China to Peru, 365. in charity to all, 458. love a lover, all, 602. misfortunes of, 430. our countrymen are all, 605. proper study of, is man, 317. respect to the opinions of, 434. surpasses or subdues, 543. things are in the saddle and ride, 599. think their little set, 437. tramples o'er, 339. what was meant for, 399. wine pernicious to, 338. woman that seduces all, 348. wrongs of base, 345. Mankind's concern, charity, 318. epitome, not one but all, 268. wonder, my delight all, 279. Manliest beauty, form of, 436. Man-like is it to fall into sin, 793. Manliness of grief, silent, 398. Manly blood, ruddy drop of, 602. foe, give me the, 464. sentiment, nurse of, 410. voice, his big, 69. Manna, his tongue dropped, 226. in the way, you drop, 66. Manner, awfully stupendous, 673. born, to the, 130. is all in all, 414. of men, after the, 844. Manners all who saw admired, 444. catch the, living as they rise, 315. corrupt good, 846. gentle of affections mild, of, 335. graced with polished, 422. had not that repose, her, 623. in the face, saw the, 367. man bewrayed by his, 29. men's evil, live in brass, 100. must adorn knowledge, 353. need the support of manners, 603. the mildest, 340. there is nothing settled in, 602. turn with fortunes, 321. with the bravest mind, mildest, 342. Mannish cowards, 66. Mansions, build thee more stately, 636. in my Father's house, 843. in the skies, 303. Mantle, Aurora displays her, 786. like a standing pond, 60. morn in russet, 127. of the standing pool, 147. silver, threw o'er the dark, 233. that covers all human thoughts, 792. Mantuan swan, ages ere the, 414. Manus haec inimica tyrannis, 264. Manuscript, zigzag, 419. Many a smale maketh a grate, 5. a time and oft, 61. and so many and such glee, 574. are called but few chosen, 840. made for one, faith of, 318. must labour for the one, 551. Many-coloured glass, dome of, 565. life, 366. Many-headed monster, 194, 329, 492. multitude, 34, 103. Many-twinkling feet, 382. Map me no maps, 862. of busy life, 420. Maps, as geographers crowd their, 722. geographers in Afric, 289. Mar what 's well, oft we, 146. your fortunes, lest it may, 146. Marathon, age spares gray, 541. looks on the sea, 557. mountains look on, 557. plain of, 369. Marble, deeds writ in, 197. forget thyself to, 249. halls, I dreamt that I dwelt in, 561. index of a mind, 475. jaws, ponderous and, 131. leapt to life a god, 564. many a braver, 259. nor gilded monuments, 162. of her snowy breast, 219. poets that lasting, seek, 220. sleep in dull cold, 99. softened into life, 329. soft rain perce the hard, 32. some write their wrongs in, 314. to retain, 554, 792. wastes, more the, 769. with his name, mark the, 322. Marbles, mossy, rest, 635. Marbled steep, Sunium's, 558. Marble-hearted fiend, ingratitude, 146. Marcellus exiled feels, 319. March, ashbuds in the front of, 625. beware the Ides of, 110. drought of, 1. hare, mad as a, 18. ides of, are come, 112, 728. is o'er the mountain waves, 514. life's morning, 515. long majestic, the, 329. nearer home, day's, 497. of intellect, 506. of the human mind, is slow, 408. on march on, 804. stormy, has come, 573. through Coventry, 86. to the battle-field, 675. wide, the villains, 87. winds of, with beauty, 77. Marches, funeral, to the grave, 612. to delightful measures, 95. Marched on without impediment, 97. Marcia towers above her sex, 298. Mare, grey, the better horse, 17. Margin, meadow of, 442. of fair Zurich's waters, 677. Mariana, this dejected, 49. Mariners of England, ye, 514. Marivaux, romances of, 387. Mark, death loves a shining, 309. fellow of no, nor likelihood, 86. hits the, 161. measures not men my, 401. miss the, 439. now how a plain tale, 85. of virtue, 63. push beyond her, 632. the archer little meant, 492. the marble with his name, 322. the perfect man, 819. well experienced archer hits the, 161. Mark Antony, who lost, the world, 280. Marked him for her own, 386. him for his own, 208. Market town, fellow in a, 432. Marks, death aims at fairer, 203. of honest men, titles are, 310. Marlborough's eyes, from, 365. Marle, over the burning, 224. Marlowe's mighty line, 179. Marmion, last words of, 490. Maro sings, scenes that, 421. Marred the lofty line, 489. young man married is, 73. Marreth what he makes, 327. Marriage an open question, 602. and hanging go by destiny, 192. curse of, 154. is a desperate thing, 195. mirth in funeral dirge in, 127. of true minds, 163. tables, furnish forth the, 128. Marriages, why so few, are happy, 291. Marriage-bell, merry as a, 542. Married in haste, 295. live till I were, 51. man, Benedick the, 50. to immortal verse, 249. Marrow of tradition, 510. Marry ancient people, 222. proper time to, 417. whether it was better to, 760. Mars, eye like, to threaten, 140. of malcontents, 45. this seat of, 81. us, it makes us or it, 156. Marshal's truncheon, 47. Marshallest me the way, 119. Martial airs of England, 533. cloak around him, 563. outside, swashing and, 66. Martyr, fallest a blessed, 100. like a pale, 667. Martyrs, blood of the, 756. noble army of, 850. worthy of the name, 447. Martyrdom of fame, 552. of John Rogers, 687. Marvellous boy, Chatterton the, 470. things appear, 718. Mary go and call the cattle home, 664. hath chosen that good part, 842. image of Bloody, 585. my sweet Highland, 450. Mary-buds, winking, 159. Masque of Italy, the, 544. Masquerade, truth in, 560. Mass enormous, a, 341. live as models for the, 648. of matter lost, in the, 342. of millinery, 631. of things to come, 102. Massachusetts, there she is, behold her, 532. Mast, bends the gallant, 537. like a drunken sailor on a, 97. nail to the, her holy flag, 635. of some great ammiral, 224. Master a grief, every one can, 51. Brook, think of that, 46. of his time, every man be, 121. spirits of this age, 112. such, such man, 21. the eternal, found, 366. Masters, noble and approved good, 149. of assemblies, 832. of the things they write, few are, 195. of their fates, men are, 110. spread yourselves, 57. we cannot all be, 149. Master's requiem, chants the, 599. spell, kindled by, 455. Masterdom and sway, 117. Masterly inactivity, 457. Master-passion in the breast, 317. Masterpiece, made his, 120. nature's chief, 279. of nature, a friend is the, 602. Master-spirit embalmed, 254. Master-spirits of this age, 112. Mastery, strive here for, 229. Mastiff greyhound, 148. Masts crack, 37. Mat half hung, 322. Matches are made in heaven, 192. Mate, choose not alone a proper, 417. Mated by the lion, the hind, 73. Mater ait natae, 688. Materials of action, 745. Mathematics, angling like, 206. makes men subtile, 168. Matin bell, each, 500. the glow-worm shows the, 132. Matrimony, begin with aversion in, 440. Matron's bones, mutine in a, 140. Matter a little fire kindleth, 849. Berkeley said there was no, 560. book containing such vile, 107. conclusion of the whole, 832. for a May morning, 76. for virtuous deeds, 36. half knows a, 713. he that repeateth a, 827. lost in the mass of, 342. love doth mince this, 152. mince the, 152, 784, 857. more german to the, 145. more, with less art, 133. no, Berkeley said, 560. root of the, found in me, 817. so they ended the, 815. success in the smallest, 756. what is, never mind, 560. will make a Star-chamber, 44. will re-word, I the, 141. wrecks of, the, 299. Matters, amplifying petty, 736. men may read strange, 117. not how a man dies, it, 371. of importance, pay attention to, 757. small to greater, 157. will go swimmingly, 791. Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John, 684. Matthew Prior, here lies, 288. Mattock and the grave, 308. Maturest counsels, dash, 226. Maturity, excellence to, 713. Maud, come into the garden, 631. Maudlin poetess, a, 326. Mavis singing its love-song, 611. Maxim in the schools, an old, 290. scoundrel, 357. this great, be my virtue's guide, 350. Maxims, hoard of, 626. May although I care not, 25. as flush as, 139. flowers, clouds that shed, 233. flowery meads in, 199. full of spirit as the month of, 86. he that will not when he, 9. I be there to see, 417. in the merry month of, 175. maids are, when they are maids, 71. morning, more matter for a, 76. not, I dare and yet I, 25. Queen o' the, 624. what potent blood hath modest, 599. winter chills the lap of, 394. wol have no slogardie a-night, 2. May's new-fangled mirth, 54. Mayde, meke as is a, 1. Maypole in the Strand, where 's the, 352. May-time and cheerful Dawn, 474. Maze, mighty, not without a plan, 314. through the mirthful, 395. wandered long in fancy's, 328. Mazes, in wandering, lost, 228. Mazy progress, 382. Me pinguem et nitidum, 393. Mead, floures in the, 6. Meads in May, flowery, 199.