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naiads through the dewy, 414. of Asphodel, ever-flowing, 347. Meadow of margin, 442. seek thee in vain by the, 587. sweets of Burn-mill, 474. Meadows brown and sear, 573. do paint the, with delight, 56. trim with daisies pied, 248. Meadow-flower its bloom unfold, 487. Meagre were his looks, 108. Meal in a barrel, handful of, 815. Meals, make no long, 398. Mean, golden, 345, 424, 714. Means and appliances, 89. and content, he that wants, 70. and leisure, increased, 608. end must justify the, 287. get wealth by any, 177. most good, when fortune, 79. no matter by what, 177. not, but ends, 502. of evil out of good, 223. of preserving peace, 425. ravin up thine own life's, 120. to be of note, youth that, 158. to do ill deeds, 80. to live, save, 43. unto an end, life 's but a, 654. whereby I live, 65. Meander, as streams, 610. proper, 801. Meaner beauties of the night, 174. creatures kings, 97. Meanest flower that blows, 478. floweret of the vale, 386. of mankind, wisest brightest, 319. thing that feels, 472. Meaning, blunders round about a, 327. Meanings, hell is full of good, 205. our fantasies have two, 656. Meant, more, than meets the ear, 250. Measure for law, we have a, 194. God gives wind by, 206. of a man's height, 719. of a man's life, 736. of an unmade grave, 108. of my days what it is, 820. of my wrath, 44. often have I sighed to, 470. to tread a, with you, 56. Measures, delightful, 95. Dundee's wild warbling, 447. life in short, may perfect be, 180. Lydian, softly sweet in, 272. not men, 401, 408. Measured by deeds not years, 443. by my soul, 303. many a mile to tread a measure, 56. phrase and choice word, 470. Measureless content, shut up in, 119. to man, caverns, 500. Meat, after, comes mustard, 786. and cannot eat, some have, 452. and drink to me, 71. as an egg is full of, 107. fire and clothes, 322. God sendeth both mouth and, 20. heaven sends us good, 388. I cannot eat but little, 22. is too good for any but anglers, 208. it feeds on, mock the, 153. never to say grace to his, 291. or drink, is another's, 199. out-did the, 203. strong, for age, 848. upon what, doth Caesar feed, 110. Meats, funeral baked, 128. Mecca saddens at the delay, 356. Meccas of the mind, 562. Mechanic art, made poetry a mere, 414. lawyer without literature, a, 493. operation, poetry a mere, 215. pacings to and fro, 625. slaves, 159. Mechanized automaton, 567. Meddles with cold iron, 211. Meddling, every fool will be, 827. Mede, all the floures in the, 6. Medes and Persians, law of the, 835. Medicinable, some griefs are, 159. Medicinal gum, 157. Medicine, doeth good like a, 827. for the soul, 809. miserable have no other, 48. thee to that sweet sleep, 154. worse than the malady, 184. Medicines at the outset, use, 713. to make me love, 84. Medio de fonte leporum, 540. Meditate the thankless muse, 247. Meditation, let us all to, 94. maiden, fancy-free, 58. Meditations, thy testimonies are my, 823. Meditative spleen, 480. Medium, knows no cold, 339. Meed of some melodious tear, 247. sweat for duty not for, 67. Meek and gentle, I am, 113. and lowly pure and holy, 611. and quiet spirit, 849. as is a mayde, 1. borne his faculties so, 118. nature's evening comment, 483. patient humble spirit, 182. than fierce, safer being, 650. Meek-eyed morn, 355. Meet again, if we do, 115. it is I set it down, 132. me by moonlight alone, 594. mortality, how gladly would I, 239. nurse for a poetic child, 489. the like a pleasant thought, 473. thee at thy coming, 833. when shall we three, 115. Meets the ear, more than, 250. Meetest for death, 64. Meeting, broke the good, 122. journeys end in lovers, 75. of gentle lights, 256. Meetings, changed to merry, 95. Melancholic distracted man, 180. Melancholy as a battle won, 463. bait, fish not with this, 60. boughs, under the shade of, 68. but only, sweetest melancholy, 184. chord in, 584. days are come, 573. disposition, he is of a very, 50. grace, elysian beauty, 482. green and yellow, 76. hardships prevent, 373. joy of evils past, 346. main, amid the, 357. marked him for her own, 386. men are most witty, 189. moping, and moon-struck madness, 240. most musical most, 249. naught so sweet as, 185. of mine own, it is a, 70. slow, remote unfriended, 394. there 's such a charm in, 456. train, forced from their homes a, 395. waste, ocean's gray and, 572. what charm can soothe her, 403. Mellow, goes to bed, 184. rich and ripe, 555. too, for me, 350. whether grave or, 300. Mellowed long, fruit that, 276. to that tender light, 551. Mellowing of occasion, 55. year, before the, 246. Melodie, foules maken, 1. my luve 's like the, 451. Melodies, heard, are sweet, 576. sweetest, are those, 477. the echoes of that voice, 502. thousand, unheard before, 455. Melodious birds sing madrigals, 41. sound eftsoones they heard, 28. strains, heaven's, 640. tear, meed of some, 247. Melody, blundering kind of, 269. crack the voice of, 635. falling in, back, 504. of every grace, 259. with charmed, 677. Melrose by the pale moonlight, 487. Melt and dispel ye spectre-doubts, 513. at others' woe, 335, 346. in her mouth, butter would not, 13, 292. in her own fire, 140. into sorrow, 549. too solid flesh would, 127. Melts the mind to love, pity, 272. Melted into air into thin air, 43. Melting airs or martial, 422. charity, open as day for, 90. mood, unused to the, 157. Member joint or limb, 228. tongue an unruly, 649. Memnonium was in all its glory, 517. Memorable epocha, 429. Memories and sighs, a night of, 511. liars ought to have good, 264. no pyramids set off his, 198. Memory, at the expense of his, 800. be green, 127. begot in the ventricle of, 55. blushes at the sneer, 637. dear, lost to sight to, 587. dear son of, 251. dear, thoughts to, 492. fond, brings the light, 523. graves of, 497. great man's, 138. green in our souls, 519. holds a seat, while, 132. how sweet their, 422. illiterate him from your, 440. indebted to his, for his jests, 443. leaves of the, 615. lends her light no more, 492. liar should have a good, 721. made such a sinner of his, 42. meek Walton's heavenly, 484. morning-star of, 549. my name and, 170. of all he stole, pleasing, 331. of earth's bitter leaven, 473. of the just is blessed, 825. of the past will stay, 518. place in thy, dearest, 678. plays an old tune, 654. pluck from, a rooted sorrow, 125. runneth not to the contrary, 392. silent shore of, 481. table of my, 132. takes them to her caverns, 581. thou art dear to, 587. throng into my, 243. to convict of plagiarism, a, 376. to keep good acts in, 171. vibrates in the, music, 567. wakes the bitter, 231. warder of the brain, 119. Washington's awful, 507. watches o'er the sad review, 513. will bring back the feeling, 689. Men able to rely upon themselves, 438. about me that are fat, 111. above that which is written, 845. above the reach of ordinary, 470. adversity is the test of strong, 197. after the manner of, 844. aged, full loth and slow, 492. all, are created equal, 434. all, are liars, 823. all things to all, 845. and women merely players, 69. are April when they woo, 71. are but children of a larger growth, 275. are fit for, which ordinary, 146. are used as they use others, 691. are we and must grieve, 471. are you good, and true, 51. bad, live to eat and drink, 738. below and saints above, 487. beneath the rule of, 606. best of, that e'er wore earth, 182. betray, finds too late that, 403. bodies of unburied, 181. busy companies of, 263. busy haunts of, 570. busy hum of, 249. by losing rendered sager, 554. by their professions judge of, 644. by whom impartial laws were given, 313. callen daisies in our toun, 6. can counsel and speak comfort, 53. cause that wit is in other, 88. cheerful ways of, 230. circumstances the creatures of, 608. claret for boys port for, 374. clever, are good, 578. company of righteous, 698. comprehend all vagrom, 52. condemned alike to groan, 381. contending with adversity, 190. cradled into poetry, 566. crowd of common, 209. cuckoo mocks married, 56. daily do not knowing what they do, 52. dare do what men may do, 52. dear to gods and, 347. decay, wealth accumulates and, 396. December when they wed, 71. deeds are, 206. deep, natural philosophy makes, 168. do not your alms before, 838. doubt, till all, 332. down among the dead, 672. draw, as they ought to be, 399. drink, reasons why, 793. dying man to dying, 670. endure, hope of all ills, 261. equal in presence of death, 708. erring, call chance, 245. evil that, do, 113. eyes of, are idly bent, 82. far from the ways of, 345. fates of mortal, 341. favour the deceit, 276. few, admired by their domestics, 778. first produced in fishes, 739. foolery of wise, 66. for the use and benefit of, 266. from a former generation, 530. from the chimney-corner, 34. gods and godlike, 541. gods superintend the affairs of, 760. good, eat and drink to live, 738. good will toward, 841. goodliest man of, 232. gratitude of, 466. gratitude of most, 796. great nature made us, 657. great, not always wise, 817. great, not great scholars, 638. greatest clerks not the wisest, 17. greatest, oftest wrecked, 240. happy breed of, 81. have died not for love, 71. have lost their reason, 113. have their price, all, 304. hearts of oak are our, 388. heaven hears and pities, 343. heights reached by great, 616. histories make, wise, 168. honest in the sight of all, 844. hopes of living to be brave, 254. ignorance plays the chief part among, 758. impious, bear sway, 298. in great place, are servants, 165. in obedience, supreme powers keep, 193. in the brains of, 111. in the catalogue ye go for, 121. in the mouths of, 162. in these degenerate days, 337. judge, by their success, 795. justifiable to, 242. justify the ways of God to, 223. literary, a perpetual priesthood, 577. live peaceably with all, 844. lived like fishes, 264. lived to eat, 760. lives of great, all remind us, 612. lodging-place of wayfaring, 835. looks through the deeds of, 111. made, and not made them well, 137. man of letters amongst, 591. masters of their fates, 110. may come and men may go, 627. may live fools, 308. may read strange matters, 117. measures not, 401, 408. melancholy, are the most witty, 189. met each other with erected look, 269. midst the shock of, 541. modest, are dumb, 454. most infamous, 413. most, were bad, 758. most wretched, 566. moulded out of faults, best, 50. must be taught, 325. must work, 664. my brothers, 626. nation of gallant, 409. nobleness in other, 656. nor wrong these holy, 540. of Boston, solid, 432. of few words are the best, 91. of high degree and low degree, 821. of honour and of cavaliers, 409. of inward light, 214. of light and leading, 410. of most renowned virtue, 255. of polite learning, 284. of sense approve, 324. of the same religion, sensible, 610. of these degenerate days, 337. of wit will condescend, 290. old, shall dream dreams, 836. only disagree of creatures rational, 227. ought to investigate things, 759. poet still more a man than are, 578. possess a poison for serpents, 718. power makes slaves of, 567. proper, as ever trod, 110. propose, why don't the, 581. put an enemy in their mouths, 152. quit yourselves like, 814. quotation the parole of literary, 374. rich, rule the law, 395. rise on stepping stones, 631. roll of common, 85. ruined by their propensities, 411. sailors are but, 61. say nothing in dangerous times, wise, 196. schemes o' mice and, 446. science that, lere, 6. self-made, 637. shame to, 227. she takes the breath away of, 621. shiver when thou art named, 354. should fear, strange that, 112. shut doors against a setting sun, 109. sicken of avarice, old, 173. sin without intending it, 751. sleek-headed, 111. smile no more, 348. so are they all honourable, 113. so many minds, so many, 704. Socrates the wisest of, 241. some to business take, 321. some to pleasure take, 321. speak after the manner of, 844. speak with the tongues of, 845. spirits of just, made perfect, 848. stand before mean, 828. strength of twenty, 108. such, are dangerous, 111. superiority of educated, 762. suspect your tale, 349. talk only to conceal the mind, 310. tall, had empty heads, 170. tears of bearded, 489. tell them they are, 381. that be lothe to departe, 288. that can render a reason, 828. that fishes gnawed upon, 96. the workers ever reaping, 626. the world's great, 638. think all men mortal, 307. think, what you and other, 110. this blunder find in, 437. thoughts of, are widened, 626. three good, unhanged, 84. three sorts of wise, 691. tide in the affairs of, 115. titles are marks of honest, 310. to be of one mind in an house, 851. tongues of dying, 81. truths which are not for all, 801. twelve good, into a box, 528. twelve honest, have decided, 671. unlearned, of books, 310. various are the tastes of, 391. we are, my liege, 121. we petty, walk under his legs, 110. were deceivers ever, 51. were living before Agamemnon, 555. when bad, combine, 408. when, speak well of you, 841. which never were, 72. which ordinary, are fit for, 146. who can hear the Decalogue, 468. who clung to their first fault, 643. who have failed in literature, 609. who know their rights, 438. who prefer any load of infamy, 462. who their duties know, 438. whose heads do grow beneath their shoulders, 150. whose visages do cream and mantle, 60. wiser by weakness, 221. with mothers and wives, 585. with sisters dear, 585. women and Herveys, 461. world knows nothing of its greatest, 594. world was worthy such, 620. worth a thousand, 492. would be angels, 316. you took them for, not the, 52. young, fitter to invent, 167. young, shall see visions, 835. young, think old men fools, 36. Men's bones, full of dead, 841. business and bosoms, 164. charitable speeches, 170. cottages princes' palaces, 60. counters, words are, 200. daughters, words are, 368. dream, the old, 268. evil manners live in brass, 100. facts, precedents for poor, 36. judgments are a parcel, 158. labours and peregrinations, 170. lives, ye are buying, 493. misery, became the cause of all, 31. names, that syllable, 243. nurses, wives are old, 165. office to speak patience, 53. smiles, there 's daggers in, 120. souls, times that try, 431. stuff, disposer of other, 175. thoughts according to their inclinations, 167. vision, the young, 268. wives are young, mistresses, 165. Mend God's work, man to, 270. it or be rid on 't, 121. lacks time to, 594. your speech a little, 146. Mendacity, tempted into, 639. Mended from that tongue, came, 333. little said is soonest, 200, 787. nothing else but to be, 211. old houses, 296. Menial, pampered, 433. Mens regnum bona possidet, 22. Mention her, no we never, 581. Mentions hell to ears polite, never, 322. Mentioned, better be damned than not, 431. Merchant, over-polite, 528. Merchants are princes, whose, 834. where, most do congregate, 61. Mercies of the wicked, 826. Merciless stepmother, 717. Mercury can rise, Venus sets ere, 336. like feathered, 86. like the herald, 140. the words of, are harsh, 57. Mercy and truth are met, 821. asked I mercy found, 684. ever hope to have, 29. God all, is a God unjust, 308. I to others show, 29, 334. is above this sceptred sway, 64. is nobility's true badge, 103. is not strained, 64. la belle dame sans, 575. nothing becomes them as, 47. nothing emboldens sin so much as, 109. of a rude stream, 99. render the deeds of, 65. seasons justice, 65. shown, lovelier things have, 548. shut the gates of, 385. sighed farewell, 551. temper justice with, 239. unto others show, 29. upon us miserable sinners, 850. we do pray for, 65. Mere, lady of the, 472. Meridian of my glory, 99. Merit, as if her, lessened yours, 377. candle to thy, 362. displays distinguished, 358. envy will pursue, 324. heaven by making earth a hell, 540. raised, by, 226. sense of your great, 423. spurns that patient, takes, 135. wins the soul, 326. Merits, careless their, 396. dumb on their own, 454. handsomely allowed, 374. to disclose, no further his, 386. Mermaid, things done at the, 196. Merce Nilotic isle, 240. Merrier man, a, 55. more the, 19. Merrily shall I live now, 43. Merriment, flashes of, 144. Merry and wise, 9, 37, 450, 689. as a marriage-bell, 542. as the day is long, 50. boys are we, three, 184. dancing drinking time, 272. eat drink and be, 831. feast, great welcome makes a, 50. fool to make me, 71. heart goes all the day, 77. heart hath a continual feast, 826. I am not, 151. in hall where beards wag all, 21. let 's be, 199. meetings, changed to, 95. monarch scandalous and poor, 279. month of May, 175. roundelay, 25. swithe it is in hall, 21. when I hear sweet music, 65. Merryman and Doctor Quiet, 293. Message of despair, 513. Messes, herbs and other country, 248. Messmates hear a brother sailor, 672. Met, hail fellow well, 290. night that first we, 581. no sooner, but they looked, 71. part of all that I have, 625. 't was in a crowd, 581. Metal, breed for barren, 61. flowed to human form, 329. more attractive, 138. not the king's stamp makes better the, 282. of a man tested, 663. rang true, 660. sonorous, 224. Metamorphosis, in a state of, 756. Metaphor, betrayed into no, 528. Metaphysic wit, high as, 210. Meteor flag of England, 515. harmless flaming, 224, 261. like a fast-flitting, 561. ray, fancy's, 447. streamed like a, 383. streaming to the wind, 224. Method in madness, 133. in man's wickedness, 197. of making a fortune, 387. Methought I heard a voice, 119. Metre ballad-mongers, 85. of an antique song, 161. Mettle, a lad of, a good boy, 84. grasp it like a man of, 313. Mew, be a kitten and cry, 85. the cat will, 145. Me-wards, affection 's strong to, 202. Mewing her mighty youth, 255. Mewling and puking, 69. Mice and rats and such small deer, 147. best-laid schemes o', 446. desert a falling house, 719. feet like little, 256. fishermen appear like, 148. Miching mallecho, this is, 138. Mickle is the powerful grace, 106. Microscopic eye, 316. Midas me no Midas, 862. Midday beam, at the full, 255. sun, under the, 244. Middle age, companions for, 165. of the night, vast and, 128. on his bold visage, 491. tree, tree of life the, 232. wall of partition, 847. Midnight brought on the dusky hour, 235. crew, Comus and his, 383. dances and the public show, 335. dead of, the noon of thought, 433. flower, pleasure like the, 520. gravity out of bed at, 85. hags, secret black and, 123. heard the chimes at, 90. hours, mournful, 617. in the solemn, centuries ago, 642. iron tongue of, 59. murder many a foul and, 383. oil consumed, 348. revels by a forest side, 225. shout and revelry, 243. stars of, shall be dear, 469. Mid-noon risen on, 235, 476. Midst of life we are in death, 851. Midsummer, as the sun at, 86. madness, this is very, 76. Midwife, she is the fairies', 104. Mien carries more invitation, 297. monster of so frightful, 317. such a face and such a, 269. Might and main, do with, 603. do it with thy, 831. faith that right makes, 622. have been, it, 619. honest man 's aboon his, 452. in their hour of, 526. of our sovereign, 29. of the gods, 698. try with all my, 535. would not when he, 405. Mightier far is love, 482. Mightiest in the mightiest, 64. Julius fell, 126. Mightily strive, 72. Mighty above all things, 836. ale a large quart, of, 3. all the proud and, 358. crack, hear the, 300. dead, converse with the, 356. death, eloquent just and, 26. fallen, how are the, 815. fortress is our God, 770. heart is lying still, 470. ills, what, 280. large bed, bed of honour a, 305. line, Marlowe's, 179. maze but not without a plan, 314. minds of old, 506. orb of song, 479. pain it is to love, 261. shrine of the, 548. state's decrees, mould a, 633. while ago, 177. workings, hum of, 576. your hearts are, 46. youth, mewing her, 255. Mild philosophy, calm lights of, 297. Mildest-mannered man, 557. Mildness, ethereal, 355. Mile, measured many a, 56. Miles asunder, villain and he are, 108. travelled twelve stout, 472. twelve, from a lemon, 460. Militia, the rude, 273. Milk, adversity's sweet, 108. and honey, flowing with, 813. and water, happy mixtures of, 554. of concord, sweet, 124. of human kindness, 117. of Paradise, drunk the, 500. such as have need of, 848. Milk-white before now purple, 58. lamb, Una with her, 477. thorn, beneath the, 447. Milky baldric of the skies, 573. mothers, 27, 494. way i' the sky, 256. way, solar walk or, 315. Mill, brook that turns a, 455. God's, grinds slow but sure, 206. I wandered by the, 634. more water glideth by the, 104. much water goeth by the, 18. Miller sees not all the water, 192. there was a jolly, 427. Miller's golden thumb, 2. Millers thin, bone and skin two, 351. Milliner, perfumed like a, 83. Millinery, mass of, 631. Million acres, Cleon hath a, 653. misses an unit aiming at a, 646. pleased not the, 134. Millions boast, who dost thy, 261. for defence, 673. in tears, leaves, 655. of spiritual creatures, 234. of surprises, 205. saddled and bridled, 682. think, perhaps makes, 558. yet to be, thanks of, 562. Mills of God grind slowly, 793. Millstone hanged about his neck, 842. hard as the nether, 818. look through a, 33. see into a, 789. seen far in a, 13. Milo's end, remember, 278. Milton, faith and morals of, 472. round the path of, 485. shouldst be living, 472. some mute inglorious, 385. that mighty orb of song, 479. the divine, 479. the sightless, 483. to give a, birth, 414. Milton's golden lyre, 391. Mince the matter, 857. this matter, 152, 784. Mincing, walking and, 833. Mind, absence of, 509. appearances to the, 744. as the, is pitched, 421. banquet of the, 346. be ye all of one, 849. beneficent of, 343. bettering of my, 42. blameless, a, 342. bliss centres in the, 395. blotted from his, 314. body or estate, 850. breathing from her face, 550. clothed and in his right, 841. conquest of the, 345. conscious of rectitude, 707. dagger of the, 119. damning those they have no, to, 211. desires of the, 169. did minde his grace, never, 23. diseased, minister to a, 125. education forms the common, 320. encyclopedic, 593. exercise is strength of, 317. farewell the tranquil, 154. fire from the, 542. firm capacious, 342. fleet is a glance of the, 416. forbids to crave, 22. glimmer on my, to, 514. good, possesses a kingdom, 22. grand prerogative of, 534. grateful, by owing owes not, 231. his eyes are in his, 503. how love exalts the, 273. immortal remains, 341. in ruins, the human, 682. in the victor's, 299. is bent, when to ill thy, 345. is clouded with a doubt, 629. is God, our, 742. is its own place, 224. is pitched, as the, 421. is the judge of the man, 715. is the lever of all things, 530. large and fruitful, 168. last infirmity of noble, 247. laugh that spoke the vacant, 396. leafless desert of the, 549. love looks with the, 57. magic of the, the, 551. makes the man, 303. man's unconquerable, 471. marble index of a, 475. march of the human, 408. Meccas of the, 562. men to be of one, 851. mildest manners with bravest, 342. misguide the, 323. musing in his sullein, 28. narrowed his, 399. noble, o'erthrown, 136. nobler in the, to suffer, 135. noblest, the best contentment has, 27. not body enough to cover his, 460. not to be changed, 224. not what thou lackest, 754. of desultory man, 417. of man, in the, 467. of man, wine shows the, 694. one, in an house, 851. oppressed with dumps, 404. Othello's visage in his, 151. out of sight out of, 7, 35. outbreak of a fiery, 133. pen is the tongue of the, 789. persuaded in his own, 845. philosophy inclineth a man's, 166. pity melts the, to love, 272. plead it in heart and, 387. power to broaden the, 750. quite vacant, 415. raise and erect the, 169. riches of the, 737. sad thoughts to the, 466. serene for contemplation, 349. she had a frugal, 417. standard of the man, 303. steady, ballast to keep the, 662. strong and sound, 373. suspicion haunts the guilty, 95. talk only to conceal the, 310. that builds for aye, 485. that makes the man, 707. that very fiery particle, 560. the philosophic, 478. time out of, 104. to change thy, 754. to glimmer on my, 514. to me a kingdom is, 22. to me an empire is, 22. to mind heart to heart, 488. torture of the, 121. unconquerable, the, 382. untutored, sees God in clouds, 315. vacant, and body filled, 92. vacant, is a mind distressed, 415. well-ordered, 751. were weight, if, 483. what I am taught, 535. what you are pleased to call your, 861. whose body lodged a mighty, 338. whose well-taught, 343. wisest books in her, 261. Minds, admiration of weak, 240. are not ever craving, 444. balm of hurt, 120. innocent and quiet, 260. led captive, 240. marriage of true, 163. of old, the mighty, 506. of some of our statesmen, 518. powers which impress our, 466. so many men so many, 704. that have nothing to confer, 487. Mind's construction in the face, 117. eye Horatio, in my, 128. Mindful what it cost, ever, 465. Minden's plain, on, 427. Mine be a cot beside the hill, 455. be the breezy hill, 428. bright jewels of the, 569. eye seeth thee, 818. fairy of the, 245. own, do what I will with, 840. what is yours is, 50. Mines for coal and salt, 563. Mingle mingle mingle, 173. Mingled yarn, 74. Minions of the moon, 82. Minister, one fair spirit for my, 547. so sore, no, 328. thou flaming, 156. to a mind diseased, 125. to himself, the patient must, 125. Ministers of grace defend us, 130. of love, all are but, 501. Ministering angel, 144, 490. Minnows, Triton of the, 103. Minor pants for twenty-one, the, 329. Minstrel lead, Mercy this, 473. raptures swell, no, 488. ring the fuller, in, 633. Minstrelsy, brayed with, 109. Mint and anise, tithe of, 840. of phrases in his brain, 54. Minuet in Ariadne, 441. Minute, Cynthia of this, 321. of heaven, one, 526. speak more in a, 107. suppliance of a, 129. Minutes count by sensations, 608. in forty, 58. make the ages, 642. what damned, tells he o'er, 153. Minute-hand, his conversation shows not the, 376. Miracle instead of wit, 311. Miracles are past, 73. of precocity, 718. Miraculous organ, with most, 135. Mire, learning will be cast into the, 410. water never left man in the, 109. Mirror, honest wife's truest, 463. in that just, 309. of all courtesy, 98. of constant faith, 342. of friendship, 695. of the soul, speech is a, 714. thou glorious, 547. up to nature, to hold the, 137. warped, to a gaping age, 564. Mirrors of the gigantic shadows, 568. Mirth and fun grew fast and furious, 451. and innocence, 554. and laughter, 557. and tears, humblest, 468. can into folly glide, how, 492. displaced the, 122. far from all resort of, 250. he is all, 51. in funeral dirge in marriage, 127. limit of becoming, 55. May's new-fangled, 54. mixed wisdom with, 399. of its December, 595. string attuned to, 584. that after no repenting draws, 252. Mirthful maze, through the, 395. Misapplied, virtue turns vice being, 106. Misbegotten knaves, 84. Misbeliever, you call me, 61. Miscarriage in war, a second, 733. Mischief, beauty is an ivory, 761. for idle hands, 302. hand to execute any, 255. in every deed of, 430. it means, 138. neglect may breed, 360. place which has done man, 715. Satan finds some, 302. smile with an intent to do, 186. Mischievous thing spoken unawares, 733. Miser, honesty dwells like a, 72. Miser's pensioner, to be a, 475. treasure, unsunned heaps of, 244. Miserable comforters are ye all, 817. have no other medicine, 48. night, I have passed a, 96. sinners, mercy upon us, 850. to be weak is, 223. Miseries, in shallows and in, 115. Misery acquaints a man with strange bedfellows, 43. and man from birth, 343. became the cause of all men's, 31. child of, baptized in tears, 427. cold to distant, 430. companions in, 714. company in, 192. had worn him to the bones, 108. half our, from our foibles, 437. happy time in, 618. he gave to, all he had, 386. is at hand, 769. poets in their, dead, 470. sacred to gods is, 343. steeped to the lips in, 614. vow an eternal, together, 280. Misery's darkest cavern, 366. Misfortune, delight in another's, 710. made the throne her seat, 301. Misfortunes, bear another's, 336. delight in others', 407. hardest to bear, 663. ignorance of one's, 698. laid in one heap, 736. occasioned by man, 718. of mankind, 430. of others, to endure the, 794. Misfortune's book, writ in sour, 108. Misgivings, blank, 478. Mishaps, wisdom from another's, 713. Misled by fancy's meteor ray, 447. Mislike me not for my complexion, 62. Misquote, enough learning to, 539. Miss, nature cannot, 272. not the discourse of the elders, 837. Missed it lost it forever, we, 650. Mist in my face, to feel the, 650. is dispelled when a woman appears, 348. obscures, no, 507. of years, dim with the, 541. resembles rain, as, 614. Mistake, there is no, 463. you lie under a, 292, 567. Mistletoe hung in the castle hall, 582. Mistress of her art, 446. of herself, 322. such, such Nan, 21. Mistresses, wives are young men's, 165. Mistress' eyebrow, 69. Misty mountain-tops, 108. Misunderstood, to be great is to be, 601. Misused wine, poison of, 243. Mithridates, half, 593. Mixture of earth's mould, 243. Mixtures of more happy days, 554. Moan of doves, 630. Moat defensive to a house, 81. Moated grange, at the, 49. Mob of gentlemen, 329. Mock a broken charm, 500. at sin, fools make a, 826. sit in the clouds and, 89. the air with idle state, 383. the meat it feeds on, 153. your own grinning, 144. Mocks married men, the cuckoo, 56. me with the view, 394. Mocked himself, smiles as if he, 111. Mocker, wine is a, 827. Mockery and a snare, 527. hence unreal, 122. king of snow, 82. of woe, bear about the, 335. over slaves, in, 518. Mocking the air with colours idly spread, 80. Mode of the lyre, each, 519. Model of the barren earth, 82. then draw the, 88. Models for the mass, live as, 648. Moderate haste, one with, 129. the rancour of your tongue, 672. Moderation is the silken string, 182. observe, 694. the gift of heaven, 698. Moderator of passions, 207. Modern instances, wise saws and, 69. Modes of faith, 318. Modest doubt, 102. men are dumb, 454. pride and coy submission, 232. stillness and humility, 91. the quip, 72. zealous yet, 428. Modesty, bounds of, 108. downcast, concealed, 356. grace and blush of, 140. is a candle to thy merit, 362. of nature, o'erstep not the, 137. pure and vestal, 108. Modification, bad plan that admits no, 710. Moles and to the bats, 832. Mole-hill, mountain of, 675. Molly, was true to his, 436. Moment, face some awful, 476. give to God each, 359. improve each, as it flies, 366. is a day, each, 608. loyal and neutral in a, 120. pith and, enterprises of, 136. show, how little can a, 486. to decide, 657. work of a, 785. Moments make the year, 311. Moment's ornament, to be a, 474. Momentary bliss, bestow, a, 381. Monarch, does not misbecome a, 389. hears assumes the god, 271. love could teach a, 387. morsel for a, 157. of all I survey, 416. of mountains, 553. of the vine, 158. once uncovered sat, 352. scandalous and poor, 279. the throned, 64. Monarchs, change perplexes, 225. fate of mighty, 356. scion of chiefs and, 547. seldom sigh in vain, 489. Monarchies, mightiest, 227. Monarchy, trappings of a, 369. Monastic brotherhood, 480. Monday, betwixt Saturday and, 285. hanging his cat on, 856. Money and books placed for show, 215. cannot buy, blessing that, 208. comes withal, 72. in thy purse, put, 151. makes the man, 757. man that wants, 733. means and content, that wants, 70. much, as 't will bring, 213. of fools, words the, 200. perish with thee, thy, 843. possessed by their, 188. sets the world in motion, 712. still get, boy, 177. the love of, root of all evil, 848. time is, 361. to a starving man at sea, 786. Mongrel mastiff, 148. puppy whelp and hound, 400. Monie a blunder free us, 448. Monk, the devil a, would be, 772. who shook the world, 610. Monks of old, I envy the, 678. Monmouth river at, 92. Monopoly of fame, 189. Monster custom who all sense doth eat, 141. faultless, 279. green-eyed, it is the, 153. London, 261. many-headed, 194. of so frightful mien, 317. Monstrous, every fault seeming, 70. little voice, 57. tail our cat has got, 285. Mont Blanc is the monarch, 553. Month, a little, 128. laughter for a, 84. march stout once a, 273. more than he will stand to in a, 107. of June, leafy, 499. of leaves and roses, 655. of May, in the merry, 175. Months without an R, 857. Monument, enduring, 565. my gentle verse, your, 162. patience on a, 76. Monuments, hung up for, 95. shall last when Egypt's fall, 309. upon my breast, 571. Monumental alabaster, smooth as, 156. pomp of age, 479. Mood, Dorian, of flutes, 225. fantastic as a woman's, 492. in any shape in any, 552. in listening, she stood, 490. sweet, when pleasant thoughts, 466. that blessed, 467. unused to the melting, 157. Moody madness, 381. Moon, auld in hir arme, 404. be a dog and bay the, 114. by night, nor the, 824. by yonder blessed, 106. cast before the, 32. cast beyond the, 11. close by the, 230. course of one revolving, 268. glimpses of the, 131. had filled her horn, thrice the, 306. has climbed the highest hill, 673. honour from the pale-faced, 84. in full-orbed glory, 507. inconstant, 106. into salt tears resolves the, 109. is an arrant thief, 109. looks on many brooks, 521. loud thundering to the, 358. lucent as a rounded, 661. made of green cheese, 19. maids who love the, 520. minions of the, 82. mortals call the, 565. night-flower sees but one, 521. no morn no, 586. of Mahomet, 566. reverence to yon peeping, 173. rising in clouded majesty, 233. shall rise, when the, 174. shine at full or no, 214. silent as the, 241. silent night with this fair, 233. sits arbitress, 225. swear not by the, 106. sweet regent of the sky, 426. takes up the wondrous tale, 300. that monthly changes, 106. unmask her beauty to the, 129. wandering, behold the, 250. went up the sky, the moving, 498. yestreen I saw the new, 404. Moons wasted, some nine, 149. Moon's unclouded grandeur, 568. Moonbeams are bright, for the, 611. play, about their ranks the, 536. Moonlight and feeling, music, 567. meet me by, alone, 594. shade, along the, 335. sleeps upon this bank, 65. tale told by, 594. visit Melrose by, 487. Moon-struck madness, 240. Moor, lady married to the, 477. Moore, Tom, a health to thee, 553. Moorish fen, lake or, 244. Moping melancholy, 240. Moral evil and of good, 466. good a practical stimulus, 724. no man's sufficiency to be so, 53. point a, or adorn a tale, 365. sensible and well-bred man, 415. Morals, bible is a book of, 530. which Milton held, 472. why man of, 260. Moralist, teach the rustic, to die, 385. Morality is perplexed, 411. periodical fits of, 591. religion and, 370. unawares expires, 332. Moralize my song, 27. Moralized his song, 328. Mordre wol out, 5. More, angels could no, 307. blessed to give, 843. can tie with, 451. frayd then hurt, 11. giving thy sum of, 67. in sorrow than in anger, 128. is meant than meets the ear, 250. is thy due than more than all, 117. knave than fool, 41. matter for a May morning, 76. matter with less art, 133. more honoured in the breach than the observance, 130. no man see me, 99. of the serpent than dove, 41. sinned against than sinning, 147. than a crime, it is, 805. than a little, 86. than all can pay, 117. than kin less than kind, 127. than painting can express, 301. the merrier, 19. things in heaven and earth, 133. who dares do, 118. Morn and cold indifference came, 301. and liquid dew of youth, 129. blushing like the, 237. cheerful at, he wakes, 394. fair laughs the, 383. furthers a man on his road, 694. genial, appears, 513. golden light of, 584. her rosy steps, 234. in russet mantle clad, 127. incense-breathing, 384. lights that do mislead the, 49. like a lobster boiled, the, 213. like a summer's, 502. love-song to the, 611. meek-eyed, appears, 355. no, no noon no dawn, 586. not waking till she sings, 32. of toil nor night of waking, 491. on the Indian steep, 243. one, I missed him, 386. opening eyelids of the, 247. risen on mid-noon, 235, 476. salutation to the, 97. somewhere 't is always, 604. suns that gild the vernal, 424. sweet approach of even or, 230. sweet is the breath of, 233. till night he sung from, 427. to noon he fell, from, 225. tresses like the, 246. waked by the circling hours, 235. was fair the skies were clear, 611. with rosy hand, 235. with the dawning of, 515. Morning air, scent the, 132. all in the, betime, 142. at odds with, 123. best of the sons of the, 535. bid me good, 433. brightly breaks the, 676. come in the, 680. dew, as the sun the, 270. dew, chaste as, 308. dew, faded like the, 513. dew, washed with, 491. dew, womb of, 28. drum-beat, 533. earliest light of the, 529. ever break, when did, 520. face, disasters in his, 397. face, schoolboy with his shining, 69. fair came forth, 241. found myself famous one, 560. full many a glorious, 161. in the, thou shalt hear, 302. life how pleasant is thy, 447. like the spirit of a youth, 158. lowers, the dawn is overcast the, 297. Lucifer son of the, 833. more matter for a May, 76. never wore to evening, 631. of the times, in the, 627. of the world, in the, 644. reflection came with the, 301, 494. saw two clouds at, 677. shows the day, as, 241. sky, forehead of the, 248. sky, opens to the, 677. somewhere, 't is always, 604. sow thy seed in the, 831. stars of, dewdrops, 235. stars sang together, 817. wings of the, 824. womb of the, 823, 851. Morning-gate of glory, 639. Morning-star, glittering like the, 409. of memory, 549. Morning's march, in life's, 515. Morrow, desire of the night for the, 567. good night till it be, 106. no part of their good, 258. take no thought for the, 838. watching for the, 803. windy night a rainy, 162. Morsel for a monarch, 157. under his tongue, 283. Mortal cares, far from, 534. coil, shuffled off this, 135. crisis doth portend, 212. frame, quit this, 334. frame, stirs this, 501. hopes defeated, 482. ills prevailing, flood of, 770. instruments, 111. men think all men, 307. mixture of earth's mould, 243. murders, twenty, 122. passions, necessity of, 740. resting-place so fair, no, 546. spirit of, be proud, 561. taste brought death, 223. thing, laugh at any, 558. through a crown's disguise, 391. to the skies, he raised a, 272. Mortals call the moon, whom, 565. given, some feelings to, 491. human, 57. the spirit of, 561. to command success, not in, 297. to the skies, raise, 532. what fools these, 58. Mortality, child of, 434. gladly would I meet, 239. is too weak to bear them, 281. kept watch o'er man's, 478. o'ersways their power, 162. thoughts of, 222. to frail, 170. Mortality's strong hand, 80. Mortar, bray a fool in a, 829. Moses, Pan lends his pagan horn to, 331. Moss and flowers, azure, 565. and through brake, through, 506. rolling stone gathers no, 14. Moss-beds, purpled the, 570. Moss-covered bucket, 537. Mossy marbles rest, the, 635. stone, violet by a, 467. Most, he serves me, 339. unkindest cut of all, 113. Motes that people the sunbeams, 249. Moth, desire of the, for the star, 567. Moths, maidens like, 540. Mother Earth, common growth of, 468. father brethren all in thee, 338. happy he with such a, 630. honour thy father and, 675. in Israel, I arose a, 814. is a mother still, 502. man before thy, 424. man before your, 199. meets on high her babe, 508. of all living, 812. of arts and eloquence, 241. of devotion, ignorance the, 275. of dews, morn appears, 355. of form and fear, 39. of good fortune, 791. of invention, necessity the, 305. of safety, provident fear, 451. so loving to my, 128. the holiest thing alive, 502. to her daughter spake, 688. tongue, 419. wandered with her child, 568. was weeping, its, 582. who 'd give her booby, 348. who ran to help me? my, 535. who talks of her children, 608. whose, was her painting, 160. wit, nature by her, 29. Mothers and wives, men with, 585. milky, 27, 494. Mother's breath, extend a, 328. glass, thou art my, 161. grave, botanize upon his, 471. lap, 239, 240. pride a father's joy, 492. Motion and a spirit, 467. between the acting and first, 111. in his, like an angel sings, 65. in our proper, 226. money sets the world in, 712. of a hidden fire, 497. of a muscle, 465. of his starry train, 485. pulling the cords of, 754. scoured with perpetual, 88. this sensible warm, 48. two stars keep not their, 87. Motions of his spirit dull as night, 66. of the sense, 47. Motionless as ice, 473. torrents silent cataracts, 501. Motive guide original and end, 367. Motives of more fancy, 88. Motive-hunting of a motiveless malignity, 505. Motley fool, 67. rout, 424. Motley's the only wear, 68. Mottoes of the heart, 514. Mould, ethereal, 226. light shaft of orient, 570. mortal mixture of earth's, 243. nature lost the perfect, 552. nature's happiest, 388. of a man's fortune, 167. of form, glass of fashion, 136. verge of the churchyard, 585. Moulded on one stem, two lovely berries, 58. out of faults, best men are, 50. scarcely formed or, 560. Moulder piecemeal on the rock, 549. Mouldering urn, 428. Moulding Sheridan, 552. Mouldy rolls of Noah's ark, 268. Mount Abora, singing of, 500. Casius old, 228. Zion city of the great king, 820. Mountain and lea, o'er, 611. brought forth a mouse, 726. haunt dale or piny, 504. in its azure hue, robes the, 512. land of the, 489. like the dew on the, 491. nymph sweet liberty, 248. of a mole-hill, 675. pendent rock a forked, 158. rolling his stone up the, 617. see one, see all, 189. side, from every, 619. small sands the, 311. tops, tiptoe on the misty, 108. was in labour, 716. waves, march is o'er the, 514. Mountains, bind him to his native, 394. Delectable, 266. faith to remove, 845. Greenland's icy, 536. high, are a feeling, 543. interposed make enemies, 418. look on Marathon, 557. Mont Blanc is the monarch of, 553. will be in labour, 706. woods or steepy, 40. Mountain-height, freedom from her, 573. winds swept the, 568. Mounted in delight, 470. Mounteth with occasion, courage, 78. Mounting barbed steeds, 95. in hot haste, 542. Mourn, countless thousands, 446. her, all the world shall, 101. lacks time to, 594. love is doomed to, 683. the unalterable days, 600. who thinks must, 289. Mourns the dead, he, 307. nothing dies but something, 558. vile man that, 316. Mourned by man, 482. by strangers, 335. her soldier slain, 427. honoured and forever, 341. revered and, 342. the dame of Ephesus, so, 295. the loved the lost, 545. Mourners go about the streets, 831. Mournful midnight hours, 612. numbers, tell me not in, 612. rhymes, ring out my, 633. rustling in the dark, 615. truth, this, 366. Mourning, house of, 830. oil of joy for, 834. Mournings for the dead, 615. Mouse, as a cat would watch a, 293. killing a, on Sunday, 856. mountain brought forth a, 726. not even a, 527. of any soul, 336. with one poor hole, 206, 336, 701. Mouses wit not worth a leke, 4. Mousing owl hawked at, 120. Mouth and the meat, God sendeth, 11, 20. an thou 'lt, I 'll rant, 145. butter would not melt in her, 292. close, catches no flies, 787. even in the cannon's, 69. familiar in his, 92. gaping, and stupid eyes, 273. ginger shall be hot i' the, 75. like kisses from a female, 554. look a gift horse in the, 11, 211. most beautiful, in the world, 353. of babes and sucklings, 818. of hell, into the, 628. out of thine own, 842. purple-stained, 575. to water, made his, 212. which hath the deeper, 93. wickedness sweet in his, 817. with open, swallowing a tailor's news, 80. Mouths a sentence, as curs, 412. enemy in their, 152. familiar in their, 92. in a glass, made, 147. of men, in the, 162. of wisest censure, 152. without hands, 273. Mouth-filling oath, 86. Mouth-honour, breath, 124. Move easiest, those, 324. Moves a goddess, 337. in a mysterious way, God, 423. Moved, a woman, 73. to smile at anything, 111. Moving accidents, 150. push on keep, 457. Moving-delicate and full of life, 53. Mown grass, like rain upon the, 821. Much goods laid up, 842. he reads, 111. he thinks too, 111. I owe, I have nothing, 770. I want which most would have, 22. may be made of a Scotchman, 371. may be said on both sides, 300, 363. more than little, is by much too, 86. more to that which had too, 67. of a muchness, 684. of earth so much of heaven, 472. one man can do, 263. so, to do so little done, 633. some have too, 22. something too, of this, 138. too, of a good thing, 71, 785. Muchness, much of a, 684. Muck of sweat, all of a, 402. Muckle, twice as, as a' that, 447. Mud, sun reflecting upon the, 169. Muddy ill-seeming thick, 73. Mudsills of society, 678. Muffled drums are beating, 612. Mugwump a person educated beyond his intellect, 682. mainspring mogul and, 681. Multiplied visions, 835. Multiplieth words, he, 817. Multitude call the afternoon, 56. is always in the wrong, 278. many-headed, 34, 103. of counsellors, 825. of projects, 709. of sins, charity shall cover the, 849. swinish, hoofs of a, 410. Multitudes in the valley of decision, 836. Multitudinous seas incarnadine, 120. Munich, wave, all thy banners, 515. Murder, a brother's, 139. by the law, 311. cannot be long hid, 62. ez fer war I call it, 658. many a foul and midnight, 383. one, made a villain, 425. one to destroy is, 311. sacrilegious, hath broke ope, 120. sleep, Macbeth, does, 119. though it have no tongue, 135. thousands takes a specious name to, 311. will out, 786. Murders, twenty mortal, 122. Murderer, carcasses bleed at the sight of the, 187. Murky air, into the, 239. Murmur, invites one to sleep, whose, 380. the shallow, 25. Murmurs as the ocean murmurs, 512. died away in hollow, 390. hear our mutual, 558. near the running brooks, 471. to their woe, 398. Murmuring fled, 234. of innumerable bees, 630. streams, lapse of, 237. Murmurings were heard within, 480. Murray was our boast, 332. Muscle, motion of a, 465. trained, keep thy, 661. Muscular, his Christianity was, 609. training of a philosopher, 745. Muse, every conqueror creates a, 220. his chaste, 377. His praise, expressive silence, 357. meditate the thankless, 247. of fire, O for a, 90. on nature with a poet's eye, 513. rise honest, 322. said look in thy heart, 34. worst-humoured, 400. worst-natured, 279. Music and moonlight, 567. architecture is frozen, 807. at the close, setting sun and, 81. audible to him alone, 485. be the food of love, 74. breathing from her face, 550. ceasing of exquisite, 616. die in, 63. discourse most eloquent, 138. dwells lingering, where, 484. fading in, a swan-like end, 63. governed by a strain of, 485. hath charms to soothe the savage breast, 294. heavenly maid was young, 390. his very foot has, 427. in its roar, 547. in my heart I bore, 473. in the beauty, there is, 218. in the nightingale, there is no, 44. in them, die with all their, 636. instinct with, 485. like softest, 106. like the warbling of, 167. man that hath no, in himself, 66. mute, will make the, 629. never merry when I hear sweet, 65. night shall be filled with, 614. not for the doctrine but the, 324. of her face, 259. of humanity, still sad, 467. of the sea, rose to the, 503. of the spheres, 218. of the union, keep step to the, 588. of those village bells, 422. passed in, out of sight, 625. slumbers in the shell, 455. some to church repair for, 324. soul of, shed, 519. sounds of, creep in our ears, 65. sphere-descended maid, 390. sweet compulsion in, 250. sweeter than their own, a, 471. tells, many a tale their, 523. that would charm forever, 485. the sea-maid's, to hear, 57. 't is angels', 205. to attending ears, softest, 106. waste their, on the savage, 311. what fairy-like, 677. when soft voices die, 567. wherever there is harmony there is, 218. with her silver sound, 404. with its voluptuous swell, 542. with poem or with, 241. with the enamelled stones, 44. Music's golden tongue, 575. Musical as bright Apollo's lute, 56, 245. glasses, Shakespeare and the, 402. most, most melancholy, 249. Musing in his sullein mind, 28. on companions gone, 489. there an hour alone, 557. while the fire burned, 819. Muskets aimed at duck, 439. Musk-rose and woodbine, 248. of the dale, sweetened every, 245. Musk-roses, sweet with, 58. Must be as we are now, 263. I thus leave thee, 239. youth replies I can, 600. Mustard, after meat comes, 786. Mutantur, nos et mutamur, 321. Mute inglorious Milton, 385. nature mourns, 488. nightingale was, 589. unchanged hoarse, 236. Mutine in a matron's bones, 140. Mutiny, stones to rise and, 114. Mutter, wizards that peep and, 833. Muttered in hell, 't was, 674. Mutters backward, 246. Mutton, joint of, 90. Muttons, to return to our, 771. Mutual heart, when we meet a, 358. My better half, 34. country 't is of thee, 546. ever new delight, 235. opinion is and so and so, 761. Mynheer Vandunck, 454. Myriad of precedent, codeless, 627. Myriad-minded Shakespeare, 504. Myriads bid you rise, what, 578. of daisies, 486. of rivulets hurrying, 630. Myrtle, groves of laurel and, 803. land of the cypress and, 549. Myrtles, grove of, 175, 803. Myself am hell, 231. I live not in, 543. never less alone by, 431. not if I know, 509. such a thing as I, 110. Mysteries lie beyond thy dust, 264. Mysterious cement of the soul, 354. union with its native sea, 480. way, God moves in a, 423. Mystery, burden of the, 467. heart of my, 139. hid under Egypt's pyramid, 621. of mysteries, 494. Mystic fabric sprung, the, 535. Mystical lore, 514.

Naebody care for me, if, 449. Naiad of the strand, 490. or a grace, 490. Naiads, leads the dancing, 414. Nail, fasten him as a, 834. on the head, hit the, 20, 183, 771. shoe lost for want of a, 360. to our coffin, care adds a, 431. to the mast her holy flag, 635. tooth and, 781. Nails fastened by the masters, 832. near your beauty with my, 93. Nailed by the ears, 214. on the bitter cross, 82. Naked, every day he clad the, 400. human heart, 308. in December snow, 81. new-born babe, 118. new-born child, 438. to lash the rascals, 155. to mine enemies, 100. villany, clothe my, 96. woods wailing winds, 573. wretches, poor, 147. Nam et ipsa scientia, 168. Name Achilles assumed, 219. Ah Sin was his, 669. and memory, 170. at which the world grew pale, 365. be George, if his, 78. be sung, let the Redeemer's, 302. behind them, left a, 837. beyond the sky, waft thy, 539. breathe not his, 519. call it by some better, 524. cannot conceive nor, 120. current but not appropriate, 457. deed without a, 123. fascination of a, 422. filches from me my good, 153. foolish whistling of a, 262. friend of every friendless, 366. good, better than precious ointment, 830. good, better than riches, 790, 827. good, in man and woman, 153. grand old, of gentleman, 633. greatness of his, 101. Greek or Roman, 267. halloo your, to the reverberate hills, 75. hell trembled at the hideous, 229. her, is never heard, 581. his former, is heard no more, 235. in print, pleasant to see one's, 539. in the ambush of my, 47. is great in mouths, 152. is Legion, my, 841. is MacGregor, my, 493. is Norval, my, 392. is woman, frailty thy, 128. king's, is a tower of strength, 97. lights without a, 256. local habitation and a, 59. love can scarce deserve the, 549. magic of a, 513. man with a terrible, 508. mark the marble with his, 322. murder takes a specious, 311. no blot on his, 514. no one can speak, 507. no parties, I, 198. of action, lose the, 136. of Crispian, rouse at the, 92. of the Prophet figs, 517. of the slough was Despond, 265. of the world, borrow the, 166. of Vanity Fair, it beareth the, 265. Phoebus what a, 539. pledge of a deathless, 616. ravished with the whistling of a, 319. rose by any other, 105. so blest as thine, no, 345. speak to thee in friendship's, 523. the world grew pale at, 365. thence they had their, 246. though late redeem thy, 354. to be known by, no, 152. to every fixed star, that give a, 54. unmusical to the Volscians' ears, 103. was writ in water, 577. we will not ask her, 516. what is friendship but a, 402. what 's in a, 105. what the dickens his, is, 46. which no one can spell, 508. whose, has been well spelt, 559. worth an age without a, 493. worthy of the, 447. Names, call things by their right, 457. commodity of good, 83. familiar as household words, 92. he loved to hear, 635. new-made honour doth forget men's, 78. of all the gods at once, 110. of their founders, forgotten the, 222. one of the few immortal, 562. syllable men's, 243. twenty more such, 72. which never were, 72. win ourselves good, 36. Named thee but to praise, nor, 562. Nameless column with the buried base, 546. deed, tells of a, 456. unremembered acts, 467. Nan, such mistress such, 21. Nap after dinner, 372. Napkins tacked together, two, 87. Naples is known, man to whom all, 798. Napoleon's troops, 537. Naps, old John, of Greece, 72. Narcissa's last words, 321. Narcotics numbing pain, 631. Narrative with age, 337. Narrow as the neck of a vinegar-cruet, 376. compass, 220. human wit so, 323. isthmus, this, 525. the corner where man dwells, 750. two, words hic jacet, 27. world, he doth bestride the, 110. Narrowed his mind, 399. Narrowing lust of gold, 633. Nasty ideas, a man of, 291. Nation, ballads of a, 281. confound the language of the, 462. corner-stone of a, 616. curled darlings of our, 149. God sifted a whole, 266. he hates our sacred, 61. language of the, 462. laws of a, who should make the, 281. made and preserved us a, 517, 595. ne'er would thrive, 287. noble and puissant, 254. not lift sword against, 832. of gallant men, 409. of men of honour, 409. of shopkeepers, 858. other courts of the, 213. righteousness exalteth a, 826. small one a strong, 834. trick of our English, 88. void of wit and humour, 389. Nations as a drop of a bucket, 834. but two, in all, 263. cheap defence of, 410. eclipsed the gayety of, 369. enrich unknowing, 39. fierce contending, 299. fond hope of many, 547. friendship with all, 435. greatness of his name make new, 101. kindreds and tongues, 849. mountains make enemies of, 418. Niobe of, 546. to foreign, and to the next ages, 170. Nation's eyes, history in a, 385. National debt a national blessing, 532. Native and to the manner born, 130. charm, one, 398. heath, my foot is on my, 493. hue of resolution, 136. land good night, my, 540. seas, guard our, 514. shore, adieu my, 540. shore, fast by their, 423. to the heart, head is not more, 127. wood-notes wild, 249. Nativity chance or death, 46. Natural defect, not caused by any, 168. force abated, nor his, 814. I do it more, 75. in him to please, 267. more than, 134. on the stage he was, 399. selection, 622. sorrow loss or pain, 473. tears they dropped, 240. Naturalist and historian, 367. Naturalists observe a flea, so, 290. Naturally as pigs squeak, 210. Nature, accuse not, 238. action lies in his true, 139. affrighted, recoils, 411. against the use of, 116. an apprentice, 446. ancestors of, 229. and nature's God, 304. and nature's laws, 330. and reason, according to, 754. appalled, 354. art imitates, 305. be your teacher, let, 466. blessed is the healthy, 579. book of, 784. book of, short of leaves, 585. broke the die, 552. built many stories high, 222. cannot make a man, 660. cannot miss, 272. canvas glowed beyond, 394. clever man by, 457. commonplace of, 473. compunctious visitings of, 117. could no further go, the force of, 271. course of, is the art of God, 310. credulities dear to, 486. custom is almost, 735. darling of, 776. death is a secret of, 751. debt to, 's quickly paid, 204. diseased, breaks forth, 85. disobedience to, 746. dissembling, 95. done in my days of, 131. everything contains all the powers of, 601. exerting unwearied power, 414. extremes in, 317, 322. faire is good by, 29. fast in fate, binding, 334. fault to, 127. first cause of all that is true, 755. first made man, free as, 275. fitted by, to bear, 753. fool of, stood, 273. fools of, 131. for 't is their, too, 301. formed but one such man, 552. forms us for ourselves, 777. framed strange fellows, 59. friend a masterpiece of, 602. from her seat sighing, 239. great secretary of, 208. habit is second, 779. he is great who is what he is from, 602. her custom holds, 143. his, is too noble, 103. hold the mirror up to, 137. holds communion with, 572. how unjust to, 307. I do fear thy, 117. I loved, 512. in hir corages, 1. in him was almost lost, 390. in spite of, and their stars, 211. in the love of, 572. in you stands on the very verge, 146. is a mutable cloud, 601. is above art in that respect, 148. is but art unknown, 316. is fine in love, 142. is good by, 29. is styled truth, 755. is subdued to what it works in, 163. is the art of God, 218, 310. is too noble for the world, 103. lengths unknown, to carry, 414. little we see in, that is ours, 476. lived in the eye of, 468. looks through, 320. lord of all the works of, 30. lost in art, 390. lost the perfect mould, 552. loves so well to change, 752. made a pause, 306. made her, fairer than, 35. made her what she is, 452. made thee to temper man, 280. made us men, 657. might stand up, 115. modesty of, o'erstep not the, 137. mortal, did tremble, 478. mourns her worshipper, 488. muse on, with a poet's eye, 513. must obey necessity, 115. never did betray, 467. never lends her excellence, 46. never made, death which, 308. never put her jewels into a garret, 170. no such thing in, 279. not inferior to art, 756. not man the less but, more, 547. of an insurrection, 111. of things that are, 755. one touch of, 102. out from the heart of, 598. passing through, to eternity, 127. pattern of excelling, 156. permit, to take her own way, 780. prodigality of, 96. prompting of, 718. rich with the spoils of, 217. rough paths of peevish, 288. says best and she says roar, 283. second, practice becomes, 707. seems dead o'er one half-world, 119. shakes off her firmness, 354. shows, happiness depends as, 413. sink in years, 299. so mild and benign, 312. solid ground of, 485. some things are of that, 266. speaks a various language, 572. state of war by, 290. strong propensity of, 253. sullenness against, 254. swears the lovely dears, 446. sweet look that, wears, 613. teaches beasts, 103. the breeze of, 480. the vicar of the Lord, 6. this fortress built by, 81. 't is their, too, 301. to advantage dressed, 323. to write and read comes by, 51. tone of languid, 417. under tribute, laid all, 457. unjust to, and himself, 307. up to nature's God, 320, 610. use can almost change the stamp of, 141. voice of, cries, 385. war was the state of, 407. weaknesses of human, 430. wears one universal grin, 362. what I call God fools call, 651. what is done against, 741. what we owe to, 339. who can paint like, 355. whole frame of, 300. whose body, is, 316. wild abyss the womb of, 229. wills, death a thing that, 755. youth of primy, 129. Natures, same with common, 313. Nature's bastards not her sons, 246. chief masterpiece, 279. cockloft is empty, 222. copy is not eterne, 121. daily food, human, 474. end of language is declined, 310. evening comment, 483. God, through nature up to, 320, 610. good and God's, 644. grace, rob me of free, 357. happiest mould, 388. heart beats strong, 634. heart in tune, 580. journeymen, 137. kindly law, 318. laws lay hid in night, 330. own creating, noble of, 358. own sweet cunning hand, 74. prentice hand, 446. second course, 120. second sun, love is, 35. soft nurse, gentle sleep, 89. sternest painter, 540. sweet restorer balmy sleep, 306. teachings, list to, 572. walks, eye, 375. works, universal blank of, 230. Naught a trifle, think, 311. but the nightingale's song, 428. can me bereave, 357. horror of falling into, 298. in this life sweet, 184. my sighs avail, 683. saith the buyer it is, 827. venture naught have, 21. woman's nay doth stand for, 163. Naughty night to swim in, 147. world, good deed in a, 66. Nausicaa, heaven of charms divine, 343. Nautilus, learn of the little, 318. Navies are stranded when, 493. Navigators, winds and waves on the side of the ablest, 430. Navy, load would sink a, 99. of England, royal, 392. Nay he shall have, 9. woman's, doth stand for naught, 163. Nazareth, good thing out of, 842. Ne supra crepidam, 721. Neaera's hair, tangles of, 657. Near, he comes too, 193, 350. he seems so, 633. is God to man, so, 600. to be thought so, will go, 53. to kerke the, from God more farre, 29. Nearer my God to thee, 606. Neat not gaudy, 510. repast light and choice, 252. still to be, still to be drest, 178. Neat's leather, ever trod on, 110. leather, shoe of, 213. Neat-handed Phillis, 248. Nebulous star we call the sun, 630. Necessary being, God a, 266. end, death a, 112. harmless cat, 64. to invent God, 800. Necessitatem in virtutem, 3. Necessite, maken vertue of, 3. Necessity beautiful, 640. has no law, 773. is the argument of tyrants, 453. knows no law, 711. nature must obey, 115. never refuses anything, 711. of mortal passions, 740. proper parent of an art, 441. the gods cannot strive against, 758. the mother of invention, 305. the tyrant's plea, 232. to make virtue of, 3, 192. turns to glorious gain, 476. villains by, 146. we give the praise of virtue to, 721. Necessity's sharp pinch, 146. Neck, driveth o'er a soldier's, 105. millstone hanged about his, 842. Necks to gripe of noose, 440. walk with stretched-forth, 833. Nectar on a lip, 442. water, and the rocks pure gold, 44. Nectarean juice, 577. Nectared sweets, feast of, 245. Need, deserted at his utmost, 271. ever but in times of, 273. friend in, 701. good turn at, 782. many things I do not, 759. of a remoter charm, 467. of blessing, I had most, 119. of milk not strong meat, 848. Needs go that the devil drives, 18, 73. only to be seen, 269. Needed by each one, all are, 598. Needful, one thing is, 842. Needle and thread, hinders, 585. and thread, plying her, 585. eye of a, go through the, 840. in a bottle of hay, 670. points faithfully, the, 524. to the pole, true as the, 306. true, like the, 389. Needle's eye, postern of a, 82. Needless alexandrine, 324. Needy hollow-eyed sharp-looking, 50. Neglect may breed mischief, 360. such sweet, 178. wise and salutary, 408. Neglecting worldly ends, 42. Negligences, his noble, 288. Negotiate for itself, every eye, 51. Neighbour, hate your, 591. love of your, 720. love your, as thyself, 813, 838, 840. says, looks not to what his, 751. that he might rob a, 592. to wrangle with a, 776. Neighbours, do good to our, 691. Neighbour's corn, acre of, 472. creed, argument to thy, 598. heart, in conjecture of a, 749. shame, publishing our, 670. wife, love your, 591. Neighbouring eyes, cynosure of, 248. Neighe as ever he can, 2. Neighing steed, farewell the, 154. Neighs, high and boastful, 92. Neither here nor there, 156. Nelly, none so fine as, 285. Nemean lion's nerve, 131. Neptune, would not flatter, 103. Neptune's ocean, all great, 120. Nerve, strength of, 482. stretch every, 359. the Nemean lion's, 131. the visual, 240. Nerves and finer fibres brace, 357. shall never tremble, 122. Nessus, shirt of, is upon me, 158. Nest, byrd that fyleth his owne, 8, 18. birds in last year's, no, 613. this delicious, 357. Nests, birds of this year in the, of the last, 792. birds in their little, agree, 302. birds of the air have, 839. in order ranged, 242. Nest-eggs to make clients lay, 215. Nestor swear, though, 59. Net, all is fish that cometh to, 15. Nets, ladies spend their time making, 291. Nether millstone, hard as, 818. Nettle danger, out of this, 84. tender-handed stroke a, 313. Neutral, loyal and, in a moment, 120. Neutrality of an impartial judge, 411. Never alone appear the Immortals, 502. better late than, 13. comes to pass, 454. elated, never dejected, 320. ending still beginning, 272. less alone, 431, 455. loved sae blindly, had we, 452. mention her, no we, 581. met or never parted, had we, 452. never can forget, 580. says a foolish thing, 279. tell a lie, 757. to hope again, 99. was seen nor never shall be, 182. would lay down my arms, 364. Never-ending flight of days, 227. Never-failing friends, 506. vice of fools, pride the, 323. Nevermore be officer of mine, 152. quoth the raven, 640. shall be lifted, 640. New broom sweeps clean, 16. cost little less than, 296. departure, 858. ever charming ever, 358. fashion, the world's, 54. is not valuable, what is, 532. laws, new lords and, 200. look amaist as weel 's the, 447. or old, ale enough whether, 23. or old, alike fantastic if too, 324. see this is, it may be said, 830. Testament, blessing of the, 164. thing under the sun, no, 830. things succeed, 203. transcends the old, the, 618. what is valuable is not, 532. what was, was false, 374. world into existence, 464. Zealand, traveller from, 591. News, bringer of unwelcome, 88. evil, rides post, 242. from a far country, 828. good, baits, 242. much older than their ale, 397. on the Rialto, what, 61. swallowing a tailor's, 80. New-born babe, pity like a, 118. babe, sinews of the, 139. child, a naked, 478. New England, I sing, 655. lights her fire in every prairie, 655. Newest kind of ways, 90. New-fangled mirth, May's, 54. New-fledged offspring, 396. New-laid eggs roasted rare, 274. New-lighted, herald Mercury, 140. New-made honour doth forget men's names, 78. New-mown hay, 296. New-spangled ore, 248. Newspaper, never look into a, 441. Newspapers are villanous, 441. Newt, eye of, and toe of frog, 123. Newton be, God said let, 330. where stood the statue of, 475. Next doth ride abroad, 417. Niagara stuns with thundering sound, 395. Nicanor lay dead in his harness, 837. Nice of no vile hold to stay him up, 79. too, for a statesman, 399. Nicely sanded floor, 397. Nicer hands, affection hateth, 27. Niche he was ordained to fill, 421. Nicht-goun, in his, 679. Nick, Machiavel, 215. of time, 257. our old, 215. Niggardly rich man, 761. Nigh is grandeur to our dust, 600. Night, a cap by, 397, 401. across the day beyond the, 627. an atheist half believes a God by, 308. and storm and darkness, 544. as darker grows the, 399. attention still as, 227. azure robe of, the, 573. bed by, chest of drawers by day, 397. before Christmas, 't was the, 527. black it stood as, 228. borrower of the, 120. breathed the long long, 639. breathing through the, 583. calm and silent, 642. candles of the, 66. chaos and old, 224. cheek of, hangs upon the, 105. closed his eyes in endless, 382. cometh when no man can work, 843. danger's troubled, 515. darkens the streets, 224. day brought back my, 252. day of woe the watchful, 508. deep of, is crept upon our talk, 115. descending, 331. doomed to walk the, 131. eldest, and chaos, 229. empty-vaulted, 244. except I be by Sylvia in the, 44. fair regent of the, 426. follows the day, 130. for the morrow, desire of the, 567. from busy day the peaceful, 387. gloomy as, he stands, 345. golden lamps in a green, 262. good, and joy be wi' you, 458. good night good, 106. had withdrawn her sable veil, 786. has a thousand eyes, 669. hideous, makes, 331. hideous, making, 131. how beautiful is, 507. imagining some fear in the, 59. in love with, 107. in Russia, this will last out a, 47. in the dead of, 88. infant crying in the, 632. infinite day excludes the, 303. innumerable as the stars of, 235. is but the daylight sick, 66. is long that never finds the day, 124. is the time to weep, 497. joint labourer with the day, 126. last in the train of, 235. light will repay the wrongs of, 203. lightning in the collied, 57. listening ear of, 640. lovely as a Lapland, 475. lovers' tongues by, 106. many a dreadful, 356. meaner beauties of the, 174. mid the cheerless hours of, 568. motions of his spirit are dull as, 66. my native land good, 540. nature's laws lay hid in, 330. naughty, to swim in, 147. no evil thing walks by, 244. nor the moon by, 824. O day and, 133. of cloudless climes, 551. of memories and of sighs, 511. of sorrow, a fore-spent, 258. of the grave, 428. of waking, morn of toil, 491. oft in the stilly, 523. oft in the tranquil, 587. passed a miserable, 96. pillar of fire by, 813. pilot 't is a fearful, 581. regent of the, 426. sable goddess, 306. say not good, 433. shades of, 234. shadow of a starless, 564. shall be filled with music, 614. silver lining on the, 243. singeth all, 127. so full of ghastly dreams, 96. so late into the, 553. soft stillness and the, 65. son of the sable, 39. sound of revelry by, 542. stars in empty, 496. steal a few hours from the, 521. sung from morn till, 427. Sylvia in the, except I be by, 44. that makes me or fordoes me, 156. that first we met, 581. that slepen alle, 1. till it be morrow, 106. to bloom for sons of, 520. to each a fair good, 490. toiling upward in the, 616. unto night showeth knowledge, 819. upon the cheek of, 105. vast and middle of the, 128. watch in the, 822. watchman what of the, 833. what is the, 123. when deep sleep falleth, 816. windy, a rainy morrow, 162. wings of, 614. witching time of, 139. with this her solemn bird, 233. womb of uncreated, 227. world in love with, 107. would not spend another such, 96. yield day to, 93. Nights and days to come, all our, 117. are longest in Russia, when, 47. are wholesome, 127. awake, lie ten, 51. dews of summer, 426. forty days and forty, 812. profit of their shining, 54. such as sleep o', 111. three sleepless, I passed, 465. to waste long, in pensive discontent, 29. with sleep, winding up, 92. Night's black arch, 451. black mantle, 781. blue arch adorn, 424. candles are burnt out, 108. dull ear, piercing the, 92. Night-cap decked his brow, 401. Night-flower sees but one moon, 521. Nightingale dies for shame if another bird sings, 188. man who imitated the, 726. no music in the, 44. roar an 't were any, 57. the wakeful, 233. to act the part of a, 743. was mute, the, 589. Nightingale's high note, 551. song in the grove, 428. Nightly pitch my moving tent, 497. to the listening earth, 300. Nil tam difficilest, 203. Nile, allegory on the banks of the, 440. dam up the waters of the, 596. dogs drinking from the, 715, 719. outvenoms all the worms of, 160. show me the fountain of the, 602. where is my serpent of old, 157. Nilotic isle, 240. Nimble and airy servitors, 253. and full of subtle flame, 196. Nimbly and sweetly recommends itself, 117. capers, in a lady's chamber, 95. Nine days' wonder, 6, 16. lives like a cat, 16, 691. moons wasted, 149. Ninety-eight, to speak of, 681. Ninny, Handel 's but a, 351. Ninth part of a hair, I 'll cavil on, 85. Niobe, like, all tears, 128. of nations, 546. Nipping and an eager air, 130. Nips his root, 99. Nisi suadeat intervallis, 857. No better than you should be, 197. day without a line, 720. love lost between us, 178. more like my father, 128. more of that Hal, 85. reckoning made, 107. sooner looked but they loved, 71. sooner met but they looked, 71. sooner sighed but asked the reason, 71. Noah's ark, hunt it into, 416. ark, mouldy rolls of, 268. Nobilitas sola est atque unica virtus, 406. Nobility, betwixt the wind and his, 83. idleness is an appendix to, 187. is the only virtue, 721. my, begins with me, 733. of ascent and descent, 668. our old, 680. Nobility's true badge, mercy is, 103. Noble and approved good masters, 149. army of martyrs, 850. be, 656. bloods, the breed of, 110. by heritage generous and free, 285. in a death so, 242. in reason, 134. living and the noble dead, 476. mind o'erthrown, 136. negligences, teach his, 288. of nature's own creating, 358. origin, gift of, 474. thoughts, never alone with, 34. to be good, 't is only, 624. to be, we 'll be good, 406. too, for the world, 103. Nobles and heralds, 288. by the right of an earlier creation, 590. Nobleman writes a book, when a, 374. Noblemen of the garden, 597. Nobleness in other men, 656. Nobler growth, man is the, 433. in the mind to suffer, 135. loves and cares, 477. Noblest, feels the, acts the best, 654. mind the best contentment has, 27. Roman of them all, 115. thing, earth's, 656. things, sweetness and light the two, 291. work of God, an honest man, 319, 447. Nobly born must nobly meet his fate, 698. die for their country, 102. planned, perfect woman, 475. Nobody at home, there 's, 336. I care for, 427. Nobody's business, 207. Nod, affects to, 271. an esteemed person's, 728. ready with every, to tumble, 97. shakes his curls and gives the, 337. Nods and becks, 248. Homer sometimes, 706. nor is it Homer, 323. Nodded at the helm, Palinurus, 332. Noddin, nid nid, 458. Nodding horror, 243. violet grows, 58. Nodosities of the oak, 412. Noise, dire was the, of conflict, 236. like of a hidden brook, 499. no, over a good deed, 753. of endless wars, 229. of folly, shunn'st the, 249. of many waters, 822. of waters in mine ears, 96. they that govern make least, 196. Noiseless fabric sprung, 535. falls the foot of time, 464. foot of time, inaudible and, 74. tenor of their way, 385. Noll for shortness called, 388. Nomen alias quaere, 175. Nominated in the bond, 65. Nomination of this gentleman, 145. to office, 410. Non amo te, Sabidi, 286. None are so desolate, 541. but himself his parallel, 352. but the brave deserves the fair, 271. ever loved but at first sight, 35. knew thee but to love thee, 562. on earth above her, 455. resign, few die and, 435. so blind that will not see, 283, 293. so deaf that will not hear, 19, 283. so poor to do him reverence, 113. think the great unhappy but the great, 310. to praise, maid with, 469. unhappy but the great, 301. who dares do more is, 118. without hope e'er loved, 377. Nonsense and sense, through, 269. now and then, a little, 389. the corner of, 505. Nook for me, an obscure, 643. seat in some poetic, 536. Nooks to lie and read in, 536. Noon, blaze of, 241. heaven's immortal, 566. no sun no moon no, 586. of thought, 433. sailing athwart the, 501. sun has not attained his, 202. to dewy eve, from, 225. Noonday, clearer than the, 816. light, truth and, 654. that wasteth at, 822. Noontide air, summer's, 227. Noose, necks to gripe of, 440. Noosing a bursting purse, 449. Norman blood, 624. North, Ariosto of the, 545. ask where 's the, 318. fair weather out of the, 817. hills of the stormy, 570. no East no West no, 517. to southeast to west, 781. unripened beauties of the, 298. Northern main, to the, 333. thought is slow, 648. North-wind's breath, 570. Norval, my name is, 392. Norwegian hills, hewn on, 224. Nor'-wester is blowing, a strong, 510. Nose, any, may ravage a rose, 643. down his innocent, 67. entuned in hire, 1. his own, would not assert his, 415. into other men's porridge, 787. jolly red nose, 683. look so blue, why does thy, 673. of Cleopatra, 799. on a man's face, 44, 192, 785. paying through the, 858. sharp as a pen, 91. spectacles on, and pouch on side, 69. that 's his precious, 585. to the grindstone, 360. wipe a bloody, 349. Noses, and pleasant scents the, 655. athwart men's, 104. to the grindstone, 11, 172, 191. Nosegay of culled flowers, 779. Nostril, that ever offended, 46. upturned his, 239. Nostrils, breath is in his, 833. Not a drum was heard, 563. dead but gone before, 455. if I know myself at all, 509. in the vein, I am, 97. in toys we spent them, 260. lost but gone before, 283. of an age but for all time, 179. that I loved Caesar less, 113. to know me, 234. to speak it profanely, 137. what we wish, 390. with me is against me, 842. Notches on the blade, 811. Note, deed of dreadful, 121. deserving, 201. it in a book, 834. of him take no, 52. of praise, swells the, 384. of preparation, give dreadful, 92. of time, we take no, 306. of, when found make a, 652. take note take, O world, 154. that means to be of, 158. that swells the gale, 386. which Cupid strikes, 218. youth that means to be of, 158. Notes, all the compass of the, 271. by distance made more sweet, 390. chiel 's amang ye takin', 449. of woe, the deepest, 452. thick-warbled, 241. thy liquid, 251. thy once loved poet sung, 335. with many a winding bout, 249. Note-book, set in a, 115. Nothing, a thing cannot go back to, 751. becomes him ill, 55. before and nothing behind, 503. blessed is he who expects, 347. but that, might ever do, 78. but vain fantasy, begot of, 105. but well and fair, 242. but what hath been said before, 185, 702. can be well done hastily, 711. can bring back the hour, 478. can come out of nothing, 751. can cover his high fame, 198. can need a lie, 205. can touch him further, 121. can we call our own but death, 82. comes amiss so money comes, 72. comes to the new or strange, 625. common did or mean, 263. condition of doing, 748. created something of, 222. death in itself is, 276. dies but something mourns, 558. earthly could surpass her, 555. either good or bad, 134. else but to be mended, 211. emboldens sin so much as mercy, 109. except a battle lost, 463. extenuate, 156. for thee is too early, 752. full of sound and fury signifying, 125. gives to airy, 59. half so sweet in life, 521. having, yet hath all, 174. hid from the heat thereof, 819. I have everything yet have, 702. I owe much, I have, 770. I want nothing and I possess, 702. if not critical, 151. ill can dwell in such a temple, 43. in excess, 757. in his life became him, 117. infinite deal of, speaks an, 60. is but what is not, 116. is changed in France, 809. is good or fair alone, 598. is impossible, 11. is here for tears, 242. is law that is not reason, 278. is so hard but search will find it out, 203. is there to come, 261. is unnatural, 441. learned nothing and forgotten, 811. like being used to a thing, 441. little is better than, 710. long, everything by starts and, 268. must be done too late, 720. new except what is forgotten, 811. of him that doth fade, 42. passages that lead to, 386. profits more than self-esteem, 238. risks nothing gains, 21. says, when nothing to say, 374. secretly, do, 697. settled in manners, there is, 602. so becomes a man as modest stillness, 91. so difficult but it may be found out, 704. so expensive as glory, 460. so precious as time, 773. starve with, 60. succeeds like success, 858. that he did not adorn, 367. the sweet do, 748. the world knows, of its greatest men, 594. 't is something, 153. 't is not for, we life pursue, 276. to him falls early, 183. to this, but, 378. to wail or knock the breast, 242. to write about, 748. triumphs for, 160. true but heaven, 524. we desire, so much as what we ought not to have, 711. will come of nothing, 146. wise for saying, 60. wise men say, in dangerous times, 196. zealous for, 373. Nothings, such laboured, 324. Nothingness, day of, 548. pass into, 574. Noticeable man, 472. Notion, blunder and foolish, 448. Notions, fudge we call old, 661. Notorious by base fraud, 715. Nought is everything, 517. shall make us rue, 80. so vile that on the earth, 106. Nourish all the world, 56. Nourisher in life's feast, 120. Nourishment called supper, 54. Novelty, pleased with, 417. November's surly blast, 446. Now and forever, 533. came still evening on, 233. eternal, does always last, 261. everlasting, 261. I know it, thought so once, 350. I lay me down to sleep, 687. if it be, 't is not to come, 145. is the accepted time, 846. 's the day, now 's the hour, 450. Noyance or unrest, 357. Null, splendidly, 631. the evil is, 649. Nulla dies sine linea, 720. Nullum magnum ingenium, 267. quod tetigit non ornavit, 367. Number, blessings without, 302. happiness of the greatest, 856. our days, teach us to, 822. stand more for, than accompt, 48. Numbers, add to golden, 182. good luck in odd, 46. harmonious, 230. lisped in, 327. lived in Settle's, 331. luck in odd, there is, 583. magic, and persuasive sound, 294. round, are false, 375. sanctified the crime, 425. stream in smoother, 324. tell me not in mournful, 612. there is divinity in odd, 46. warmly pure, 389. Nun, like sentinel and, 635. the holy time is quiet as a, 470. Nunnery get thee to a, 136. Nunquam se minus otiosum, 455. Nuptial bower, led her to the, 237. Nurse a flame, if you, 516. contemplation, her best, 244. for a poetic child, 489. nature's soft, 89. of arms and land of scholars, 395. of manly sentiment, 410. of young desire, 427. Nurses, wives are old men's, 165. Nurse's arms, puking in the, 69. Nursed a dear gazelle, 526. Nursing her wrath, 451. Nutbrown ale, the spicy, 249. Nutmeg-graters, rough as, 313. Nutmegs and cloves, 683. Nutrition, to draw, 317. Nymph, a wanton ambling, 95. haste thee, 248. in thy orisons, 136. mountain, sweet liberty, 248. Naiad or a Grace, 490. Nympha pudica Deum vidit, 258. Nympholepsy of fond despair, 546.

O me no O's, 862. Oak, bend a knotted, 294. brave old, the, 667. for angling rod a sturdy, 217. from a small acorn grows, 459. hardest-timbered, 94. hearts of, are our ships, 388. hollow, our palace is, 537. little strokes fell great, 360. many strokes overthrow the tallest, 32. nodosities of the, 412. raven on yon left-hand, 349. shadow of the British, 410. ships were British, 388. Oaks, branch-charmed, 575. from little acorns, tall, 459. Oaken bucket, the old, 537. Oar, drip of the suspended, 543. in every man's boat, 789. low stir of leaves and dip of, 619. soft moves the dipping, 674. spread the thin, 318. Oars alone can ne'er prevail, 416. keep time and voices tune, 518. were silver, the, 157. with falling, 262. Oat-cakes and sulphur, the land of, 459. Oath, corporal, 788. good mouth-filling, 86. hard a keeping, sworn too, 54. he never made, to break an, 214. he that imposes an, 214. honour of more weight than an, 757. no, too binding for a lover, 697. not the, makes us believe, 696. spirit flew up with the, 379. trust no man on his, 109. Oaths, false as dicers', 140. soldier full of strange, 69. Oatmeal, literature on a little, 460. Oats food for horses, 187. Obadias, David, Josias, 686. Obdured breast, arm the, 228. Obedience bane of all genius, 567. supreme powers keep men in, 193. to God, 859. Obey the important call, 421. to love cherish and to, 851. troops of friends, 124. whom three realms, 326. Object be our country, let our, 530. in possession, 748. Objects in an airy height, 287. of all thought, 467. sees in all, eye of intellect, 579. Obligation, haste to pay an, 795. to posterity, 439. Obliged by hunger, 326. Obliging, so, ne'er obliged, 327. Oblivion, after life is, 750. bury in, 201. second childishness and mere, 69. stretch her wing, 347. tooth of time and razure of, 49. Oblivious antidote, some sweet, 125. Obscure grave, a little little, 82. palpable, 227. Obscures the show of evil, 63. Obsequious majesty, 237. Observance, breach than the, 130. with this special, 137. Observation, bearings of this, 652. by my penny of, 55. smack of, 78. strange places crammed with, 68. with extensive view, 365. Observations which we make, 320. Observe the opportunity, 837. Observer, God has waited six thousand years for an, 670. he is a great, 111. Observers, observed of all, 136. Observer's sake, partial for the, 320. Obstinate questionings of sense, 478. Obstruction, to lie in cold, 48. Occasion, courage mounted with, 78. mellowing of, 55. requires, silent when, 729. to know one another, 45. when to take, by the hand, 623. Occasions and causes, 93. qualities to meet great, 663. Occident, in the yet unformed, 39. Occupation, absence of, 415. 's gone, Othello's, 154. Occupations, let thy, be few, 752. Occurrence, fortuitous, 403. Ocean bed, day-star in the, 248. deep bosom of the, 95. depths of the, 674. girdled with the sky, 507. grasp the, with my span, 303. great Neptune's, 120. I have loved thee, 547. is this the mighty, 512. leans against the land, 395. life's tremulous, 528. like the round, 507. murmurs as the, 512. nothing but sky and, 503. of truth all undiscovered, 278. on life's vast, 317. on whose awful face, 610. roll on thou dark blue, 547. sunless retreats of the, 524. the round, 467. to the river of his thoughts, 553. unfathomed caves of, 385. upon a painted, 498. wave, life on the, 675. wave of the, 680. Ocean's foam to sail, on, 542. mane, hand upon the, 588. melancholy waste, 572. O'clock, for it 's nou ten, 679. October, dies in, 184. Octogenarian chief, the, 545. Octosyllabic verse, the, 550. Ocular proof, give me, 154. Odd numbers, divinity in, 46. numbers, luck in, 583. numbers most effectual, 720. numbers, the god delights in, 720. Odds, facing fearful, 593. life must one swear, 287. with morning, night almost at, 123. Odious, comparisons are, 7, 40, 177. in woollen, 321. Odorous, comparisons are, 52. Odour, stealing and giving, 74. sweet and wholesome, 296. Odours crushed are sweeter, 455. flung rose flung, 238. Sabean, 232. virtue is like precious, 165. when sweet violets sicken, 567. Odyssey, the Iliad and the, 503. O'er-dusted, than gilt, 102. O'erflowing full, without, 257. Off with his head, 97, 296. Offence, detest the, 333. forgave the, 273. from amorous causes, spring, 325. is rank, my, 139. no harshness gives, 324. returning after, 242. Offences, too thin to hide, 101. Offended, for him have I, 113. Offender, hugged the, 273. love the, 333. never pardons the, 206. Offending Adam, whipped the, 90. front of my, 149. soul alive, most, 92. Offends at some unlucky time, 328. Offering be, though poor the, 525. Off-heel provokes the caper, his, 442. Office and affairs of love, 51. circumlocution, 652. clear in his great, 118. due participation of, 435. hath but a losing, 88. insolence of, 135. nomination to, 410. tender, long engage me, 328. to speak patience, 't is all men's, 53. Offices are public trusts, 529. friendship an exchange of good, 795. great talents for great, 421. of prayer and praise, 479. Officer and the office, 461. fear each bush an, 95. of mine, never more be, 152. Officious innocent sincere, 366. Offspring, new fledged, 396. of heaven first-born, 230. of the gentilman Jafeth, 182. time's noblest, 312. true source of human, 234. Oft expectation fails, 73. has it been my lot, 390. in the stilly night, 523. invited me, 150. repeating they believe 'em, 288. the wisest man, he is, 472. Oil, business furnishes, 415. everything is soothed by, 717. incomparable Macassar, 555. little, in a cruse, 815. midnight, consumed the, 348. neither did the cruse of, fail, 815. of joy for mourning, 834. on the sea, pouring, 740. unprofitably burns, our, 415. Oily art, that glib and, 146. man of God, round fat, 357. Ointment precious, better than, 830. Old age comes on apace, 428. age, dallies like the, 75. age in this universal man, 169. age is a regret, 608. age is beautiful and free, their, 471. age of cards, 321. age serene and bright, 475. age, which should accompany, 124. ale enough whether new or, 23. alike fantastic if too new or, 324. always find time to grow, 312. and fat, grows, 84. as I am for ladies love unfit, 272. authors to read, 171. Belerium to the northern main, 333. bookes, out of, 5. ere I was, 503. fieldes, out of the, 6. friends are best, 195. friends old times, 401. friends to trust, 171. Grimes is dead, 596. groans ring yet in my ears, 106. growing, in drawing nothing up, 419. have been young and now am, 819. hugged by the, 585. I love everything that 's, 401. in the brave days of, 593. iron rang, 211. jolly place in times of, 472. love for new, 25. man, a good, 52. man do, what can an, 584. man eloquent, 252. man to have so much blood, 124. man, weak and despised, 147. man's darling, 19. man's heart, blood in an, 655. manners old books old wine, 171. men fools, young men think, 36. men shall dream dreams, 836. men's dream, 268. mighty minds of, 506. monks of, those, 678. Nick, 215. nobility, leave us still our, 680. not so, but she may learn, 64. oaken bucket, 537. odd ends stolen out of holy writ, 96. soldiers are surest, 181. tale and often told, 489. Testament, blessing of the, 164. that glorious song of, 640. the new transcends the, 618. wine to drink, 171. wine wholesomest, is not, 181. with service, weary and, 99. wood burns brightest, 181. wood to burn, 171. Oldest sins the newest kind of ways, 90. Old-fashioned poetry, 208. Old-gentlemanly vice, 556. Olive-plants, children like, 824. Oliver, Rowland for an, 859. Olympian bards who sung, 599. Olympic games, conqueror in the, 733. race, Alexander in the, 732. Olympus, tottering Ossa stood on, 344. Omega, Alpha and, 849. Omen, asks no, 339. Omnia mutantur, 321. Omnipresent, like the Deity is, 534. On a lone barren isle, 666. and up amid the hills, 634. his last legs, 172. Stanley on, 490. with the dance, 542. ye brave, 515. Once a year, Christmas comes but, 20. I thought so, now I know it, 350. in doubt, 153. loved poet sung, notes thy, 335. man can die but, 90. more unto the breach, 91. more upon the waters, 542. to be resolved, 153. to every man and nation, 657. One and inseparable, 533. as the sea, 496. country one constitution, 531. fair daughter and no more, 134. fair spirit, with, 547. fell swoop, 124. forty feeding like, 469. God one law one element, 634. good sir I owe you, 454. kind kiss before we part, 671. led astray, like, 250. man among a thousand, 830. man can do, so much, 263. man's poison, 199. man's will, to live by, 31. man's wit, 861. many must labour for the, 551. mind in an house, 851. more unfortunate, 586. near one is too far, 648. of her, within, 297. on God's side is a majority, 641. science only, 323. that feared God, 816. that hath, unto every, 841. that loved not wisely, 156. that was a woman, 143. that would circumvent God, 143. that would peep and botanize, 471. thought of thee, 333. truth is clear, 316. Onset, word of, 474. Onward, steer right, 252. upward till the goal ye win, 641. Oozing out, my valour is, 441. Opaceous earth, round this, 237. Ope, murder hath broke, 120. my lips, when I, 60. the sacred source, 382. Open and free, hand and heart, 102. as day for melting charity, 90. eye, alle night with, 1. locks whoever knocks, 123. rebuke is better, 829. yield, try what the, 315. Opening bud to heaven conveyed, 500. eyelids of the morn, 247. flower, every, 302. paradise to him are, 386. Openings, spots of sunny, 536. Operation, by mere mechanic, 215. it requires a surgical, 459. Opes the palace of eternity, 243. Ophiuchus, huge, 229. Opinion, error of, 434. human to err in, 742. inconsistencies of, 533. my deliberate, 505. no way approve his, 77. of his own, still, 215. of Pythagoras, 77. of the law, with good, 440. of the strongest, 797. pay for his false, 215. scope of my, 126. what thinkest thou of his, 77. Opinions back with wager, 554. force of, 775. halt between two, 815. I have bought golden, 118. maintain no ill, 398. never two, alike, 777. of mankind, 434. stiff in, always in the wrong, 268. Opportunities lost never regained, 720. Opportunity, dust of servile, 483. observe the, 837. watch your, 758. we often miss our, 709. will prevail, 758. Opposed, that the, may beware, 130. Opposing end them, by, 135. Oppressed, while one man 's, 320. with two weak evils, 69. Oppression, rumour of, 418. Oppressor's wrong, 135. Oppugnancy, in mere, 102. Optics sharp it needs, 439. turn their, in upon 't, 214. Oracle, I am Sir, 60. of God, fast by the, 223. pronounced wisest, 241. Oracles are dumb, 251. Oracular tongue, use of my, 440. Oraculous, let him, thy fate display, 344. Orange bright, like golden lamps, 262. flower perfumes the bower, 494. glows, where the gold, 803. Orations, make no long, 432. objections against, 738. Orator, I am no, 114. Orators, loud-bawling, 735. repair, the famous, 241. very good, when they are out, 71. Oratory, flowery, he despised, 304. Orb, foolery does walk about this, 76. in orb cycle and epicycle, 237. monthly changes in her circled, 106. of one particular tear, 163. of song, that mighty, 479. there is not the smallest, 65. Orbaneja the painter, 788. Orbed maiden with white fire, 565. Orbit and sum of Shakespeare's wit, 600. Orcades, in Scotland at the, 318. Orchard lawns, happy fair with, 629. sleeping within my, 132. Orchestral silences, grand, 621. Ordained of God, 844. Ordains, Heaven a time, 252. Order changeth, the old, 629. decently and in, 846. gave each thing view, 98. his mistress', to perform, 331. in variety we see, 333. is Heaven's first law, 319. nests ranged in, 242. of your going, stand not upon the, 122. reigns in Warsaw, 809. set thine house in, 834. this better in France, 379. to haud the wretch in, 448. Orders, Almighty's, to perform, 299. brought, large elements in, 634. profane no divine, 398. Ordinances, external, 369. Ordinary men are fit for, 146. men, reach, of, 470. Ordine retrogrado, 169. Ore, new-spangled, 248. Organ, most miraculous, 135. of her life, every lovely, 53. silent, loudest chants, 599. Organs dimensions senses, 63. Organically incapable of a tune, 509. Organized hypocrisy, 607. Organ-pipe of frailty, 80. Orient beams, spreads his, 233. mould, shaft of, 570. pearl, a double row, 685. pearl, sowed the earth with, 234. pearls at random strung, 437. pearls, puddly thoughts to, 783. Origin, every gift of noble, 474. Original a thought is often, 637. and end, 367. brightness, lost her, 225. proclaim, their great, 300. Originals, reading books in the, 603. Shakespeare more original than his, 604. Originality, solitude of his own, 677. Originator and quoter, 604. Orion, loose the bands of, 818. Orisons, nymph in thy, 136. Ormus and of Ind, wealth of, 226. Ornament, foreign aid of, 356. in prosperity, education an, 762. is but the guiled shore, 63. it carried none, 811. of a meek and quiet spirit, 849. of beauty is suspect, 162. sent to be a moment's, 474. to his profession, 164. to society, 510. Ornate and gay, 242. Orphan's tears, wronged, 194. Orpheus, bid the soul of, sing, 250. harp of, 253. with his lute, 98. Orthodox, prove their doctrine, 210. Orthodoxy is my doxy, 858. Osity and ation, words in, 462. Ossa on Olympus stood, 344. on Pelion, 809. on the top of Pelion, 772. Ostentatious, elegant but not, 369. Ostrich, resembled the wings of an, 590. Oswego spreads her swamps, 395. Othello's breast, a rush against, 156. occupation 's gone, 154. visage in his mind, I saw, 151. Others apart sat on a hill, 228. should build for him, 470. Ounce of civet, give me an, 148. of poison in one pocket, 593. Our acts our angels are, 183. Oursels, to see, as others see, 448. Ourselves are at war, 183. the fault is in, 110. to know, knowledge is, 320. Out brief candle, 125. damned spot, 124. good orators when they are, 71. mordre wol, 5. of house and home, 89. of my lean and low ability, 77. of old bookes, 6. of sight out of mind, 7, 35. of the frying-pan, 18. of the old fieldes, 6. of thine own mouth, 842. Outbreak of a fiery mind, 133. Out-did the frolic wine, 203. the meat, 203. Out-herods Herod, 137. Outlives in fame, 296. this day and comes safe home, 92. Out-paramoured the Turk, 147. Outrageous fortune, arrows of, 135. Outrageously virtuous, 297. Outrun the constable, 212. Outshone the wealth of Ormus, 226. Outside, swashing and a martial, 66. what a goodly, falsehood hath, 61. Out-topping knowledge, 665. Outvenoms all the worms of the Nile, 160. Out-vociferize even sound itself, 285. Outward and visible sign, 850. appear beautiful, 841. form and feature, 503. side, angel on the, 49. walls, banners on the, 125. Over the hills and far away, 348. violent or over civil, 268. Overarched, Etrurian shades high, 224. pillared shade high, 239. Overcame, I came saw and, 90. Over-canopied with woodbine, 58. Overcome but half his foe, 225. evil with good, 844. us like a summer's cloud, 122. Overcomes by force, 225. Over-flowing full, without, 257. Over-measure, enough with, 103. Overmuch, be not righteous, 830. Over-payment of delight, 508. Overpowering knell, 508. Over-refinement, let not, deck thy thoughts, 750. Overthrow, purposed, 162. Over-weathered ribs, 62. Ovid Murray, how sweet an, 332. Owe, if I can't pay, I can, 9. much I have nothing, 770. no man anything, 844. you one, thank you I, 454. Owed, dearest thing he, 117. Owing owes not, a grateful mind, 231. Owl, hawked at by a mousing, 120. that shrieked, it was the, 119. to be afraid of an, 292. Owls, answer him ye, 331. to Athens, sending, 760. Owlet atheism, the, 501. Own, do what I will with mine, 840. every subject's soul is his, 92. God marked him for his, 208. the soft impeachment, 441. would not assert his nose his, 415. Owned with a grin, 507. Owner, grief makes his, stoop, 79. ox knoweth his, 832. Owners, kick their, 439. Ox, fish sold for more than an, 734. goeth to the slaughter, 825. knoweth his owner, 832. than a stalled, 826. Oxen, who drives fat, 375. Oxenforde, clerk ther was of, 1. Oxlips and the crown imperial, 78. and the nodding violet, 58. Oyster crossed in love, 442. man that first eat an, 292. not good without an R in the month, 857. pearl in your foul, 72. the world 's mine, 45. 't was a fat, 334, 800.

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