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Pace, creeps in this petty, 125. inoffensive, 237. thoughts with violent, 155. Paces, time travels in divers, 70. Pacific, stared at the, 576. Pacings, the long mechanic, 625. Pack, as a huntsman his, 399. Pack-staff, plain as a, 172. Pagan horn, lends his, 331. suckled in a creed, 476. Page, beautiful quarto, 442. history hath but one, 546. of knowledge, ample, 384. pictures atone for the, 331. prescribed, all but the, 315. rank thee upon glory's, 518. torn from their destined, 456. Pageant, insubstantial, 43. train when I am dead, no, 571. Pageantry of a king, 688. Paid dear for his whistle, 361. well that is well satisfied, 65. Pain, akin to, 614. all the heart then knew of, 679. and anguish wring the brow, 490. and ruin, threats of, 385. be our joys three parts, 649. change the place and keep the, 303. cure is not worth the, 725. die of a rose in aromatic, 316. dull narcotics numbing, 631. error wounded writhes with, 573. for promised joy, 446. frown at pleasure smile in, 309. glad life's arrears of, 650. greatest, it is to love, 261. heart that never feels a, 377. in company with, 476. is felt in every member, 788. it is that pain to miss, 261. it was to drown, 96. labour we delight in physics, 120. laughter is fraught with some, 565. lessened by another's anguish, 104. mighty, to love it is, 261. naught but grief and, 446. no fiery throbbing, 367. no throbs of fiery, 367. of finite hearts that yearn, 648. pleasures banish, 303. pleasures in the vale of, 492. short-lived, 489. sigh yet feel no, 525. some natural sorrow loss or, 473. stranger yet to, 381. sweet is pleasure after, 271. tender for another's, 381. that has been and may be, 473. though full of, 227. to break its links so soon, 520. too much rest becomes a, 346. to the bear, 593. turns with ceaseless, 394. vows made in, 231. Pains and penalties of idleness, 332. grow sharp, when, 432. labour for his, 378. man of pleasure man of, 309. of love be sweeter far, 276. pleasure in poetic, 419. stings you for your, 313. which only poets know, 419. world of sighs for my, 150. Painful vigils keep, pensive poets, 331. warrior famoused for fight, 161. Paint an inch thick, 144. like nature, who can, 355. lion not so fierce as they, 206. no words can, 437. the laughing soil, 535. the lily gild refined gold, 79. the meadows with delight, 56. them, he best can, 333. them truest praise them most, 300. Painted blind, winged Cupid, 57. blossoms drest, 28. devil, childhood that fears a, 120. Jove, like a, 267. lion is not so fierce as, 222. ocean, upon a, 498. she 's all my fancy, her, 682. ship, idle as a, 498. trifles and fantastic joys, 391. Painter, flattering, a, 399. great, dips his pencil, 564. gymnastic teacher, 721. nature's sternest, 540. Painting can express, more than, 301. is silent poetry, 742. poetry as speaking, 742. Paintings, I have heard of your, 136. Palace and a prison, 544. beautiful, the, 266. deceit in gorgeous, 107. hollow oak our, 537. of eternity, key that opes the, 243. of the soul, 221, 541. Palaces, gorgeous, 43. 'mid pleasures and, 568. princes', cottages had been, 60. prosperity within thy, 824. Pale, call it fair not, 500. cast of thought, 136. feet crossed in rest, 667. gradations, no, 493. his uneffectual fire, 'gins to, 132. jessamine, crow-toe and, 247. martyr in shirt of fire, 667. my cheeks make, 199. passion loves, places which, 184. prithee why so, 256. realms of shade, 572. unripened beauties, 298. Pale-eyed priest, 251. Pale-faced moon, 84. Palestines, Delphian vales the, 562. Palinurus nodded at the helm, 332. Pall, in sceptred, 250. Pall Mall, sweet shady side of, 432. Pallas, perched upon a bust of, 640. Jove and Mars, 642. Palls upon the sense, 298. Palm and southern pine, land of, 628. bear the, alone, 110. itching, 114. like some tall, 535. of my hands, oozing out at the, 441. of orange blossom and, 628. open palm upon his, 617. Palms, his islands lift their fronded, 619. Palm-tree, flourish like the, 822. Palmer's weed, votarist in, 243. Palmy state of Rome, 126. Palpable and familiar, 504. hit, 145. obscure, the, 227. Palsied eld, 48. Palsy-stricken, poor weak, 575. Palter in a double sense, 126. Paly flames, through their, 92. Pampered, goose, 318. menial drove me from the door, 433. Pan, awe-inspiring god, 480. is dead great Pan is dead, 621, 740. leap out of the frying, 18. to Moses lends his pagan horn, 331. Pancakes, flat as, 173. Panders will, reason, 140. Pandora, more lovely than, 234. Pang as great as when a giant dies, 48. dismissed without a parting, 296. learn nor account the, 649. preceding death, 398. that rends the heart, 398. Pangs and fears, 99. of despised love, 135. of guilty power, 367. the wretched find, 549. which it hath witnessed, 481. Pansies for thoughts, 142. Pansy for lovers' thoughts, 35. freaked with jet, 248. Pant for you, till we meet shall, 671. Pants for glory, 329. for twenty-one, 329. Pantaloon, lean and slippered, 69. Panteth, as the hart, 820. Panting syllable, chase a, 416. time toiled after him in vain, 366. Paper bullets of the brain, 51. credit, blest, 322. he hath not eat, 55. portion of uncertain, 556. that ever blotted, 64. Papers in each hand, 326. speak from your folded, 636. Paper-mill, thou hast built a, 94. Paradise, and walked in, 639. beyond compare, 497. drunk the milk of, 500. flowers worthy of, 232. for horses, Italy a, 192. for women, England a, 192. heavenly, is that place, 685. how grows our store in, 569. in this fool's, 444. must I thus leave thee, 239. of fools, 231, 858. only bliss of, 419. opened unto you, 836. thought would destroy their, 382. to him are opening, 386. to what we fear of death, 49. Paradisiacal pleasures, 387. Paragon, an earthly, 160. Parallel, admits no, 352. none but himself his, 352. Parcel of their fortunes, 158. Parcel-gilt goblet, 89. Parchment should undo a man, that, 94. Pard, bearded like the, 69. Pard-like spirit, 565. Pardon in the degree that we love, 796. or to bear it, 423. something to the spirit of liberty, 408. they ne'er, 275. Pardons, the offender never, 206. Pardoned all except her face, 559. Parent from the sky, keep one, 328. knees, a new-born child, 438. of good, 235. of invention, necessity the, 441. the people's, 343. Parents passed into the skies, 423. were the Lord knows who, 286. Parfit gentil knight, a veray, 1. Paris, for French of, 1. good Americans when they die go to, 638. good talkers only found in, 769. Parish church, plain as way to, 68. me no parishes, 862. wide was his, 2. Parlour, is it a party in a, 468. will you walk into my, 605. Parlous boy, 96. Parmaceti for an inward bruise, 83. Parmenio and Alexander, 732. Parole of literary men, 374. Parson bemused in beer, 326. forty, power, 559. owned his skill, in arguing the, 397. there goes the, 416. Part, a kick in that, 214. act well your, 319. art and, 852. believe it, I do in, 127. each minute and unseen, 615. every man must play a, 60. for my own, 111. hard to, when friends are dear, 433. hath chosen that good, 842. immortal, of myself, 152. love and then to, 502. my soul's better, 338. of a hair, ninth, 85. of all that I have met, 625. of being, hath a, 544. of his religion, he made it, 291. of sight, became a, 549. of valour, the better, 87. of wisdom, 420. so he plays his, 69. to heaven gave his blessed, 100. vital in every, 236. we know in, 845. Parts, all his gracious, 79. allure thee, if, 319. man of sovereign, 55. mark of virtue in his outward, 63. of good natural, 786. of one stupendous whole, 316. one man plays many, 69. pawing to get free his hinder, 236. Partake the gale, 320. Parted, double cherry seeming, 58. never met or never, 452. when we two, 539. Parthenon, Earth proudly wears the, 598. Partial evil universal good, 316. for the observer's sake, 320. Participation of divineness, 169. of office, 435. Particle, that very fiery, 560. Particular hair, each, 131. star, a bright, 73. tear, orb of one, 163. Parties, I name no, 198. Parting day dies like the dolphin, 545. day, knell of, 384. day linger and play, 529. guest, speed the, 346. is such sweet sorrow, 106. of the way, 835. pang, dismissed without a, 296. was well made, 115. Partings, such, break the heart, 540. Partington, Dame, 462. Partition, middle wall of, 847. union in, 58. Partitions, what thin, 267, 316. Partly may compute, we, 448. Party, gave up to, 399. he serves his, best, 665. honesty is party expediency, 669. in a parlour, is it a, 468. is the madness of many, 336. Pass by me as the idle wind, 114. for a man, let him, 61. into nothingness, 574. let him, 149. let it be. Let it, 809. my imperfections by, 459. never never comes to, 454. so it came to, 404. Passage, act of common, 160. bird of, cuckoo is a, 720. each dark, shun, 311. of an angel's tear, 576. to fret a, 221. Passages that lead to nothing, 386. Passed in music out of sight, 625. Passenger pukes in, sea the, 559. wandering, 243. Passeth all understanding, 847. show, that which, 127. Passing fair, is she not, 44. rich with forty pounds, 396. strange, 't was, 150. sweet is solitude, 416. the love of women, 815. thought, like a, 447. through nature to eternity, 127. tribute of a sigh, 385. well, daughter which he loved, 134. Passion catching all, 163. chaos of thought and, 317. dies, till our, 182. driven by, 447. haunted me like a, 467. is the gale, 317. leads, where, 672. light the fires of, 617. may I govern my, 670. one, doth expel another, 36. only I discern infinite, 648. places which pale, loves, 184. put me into a towering, 145. ruling, 321, 322. something with, clasp, 617. spent its novel force, 626. to tatters, tear a, 137. vows with so much, 281. we feel, happier in the, 795. whirlwind of, 137. woman in her first, 557. women love in their first, 796. Passions, all, all delights, 501. are likened best to floods, 25. fly with life, all other, 508. necessity of mortal, 740. never let such angry, rise, 302. noblest, to inspire, 377. to be relished, 774. Passion's slave, man that is not, 138. Passion-waves are lulled to rest, 562. Passionate intuition, 481. simple sensuous and, 254. Passiveness, in a wise, 466. Past all surgery, 152. and to come seems best, 89. anticipate the, 440. at least is secure, 532. conclude the future by the, 776. groaning ever for the, 651. hallowed quiets of the, 661. heaven has not power upon the, 274. help should be past grief, 77. indemnity for the, 364. is gone, the, 750. leave thy low-vaulted, 636. let the dead, bury its dead, 612. miracles are, 73. neither the, nor the future, 749. never plan the future by the, 411. nothing to come and nothing, 261. our dancing days, 105. repent what 's, 141. shadowy, summon from the, 614. the bitter, more welcome the sweet, 74. the bounds of freakish youth, 419. the size of dreaming, 159. the wit of man, 58. unsigned for, 482. voice of the, 580. when on the, I fondly dwell, 587. Paste and cover to our bones, 82. Pastime and our happiness, 477. Pastoral, cold, 576. Pastors, as some ungracious, 129. Pasture shall prepare, the Lord my, 300. Pastures and fresh woods, 248. lie down in green, 819. Patch grief with proverbs, 53. up his fame, 412. Patches, king of shreds and, 141. Pate, you beat your, 336. Paternal acres, a few, 334. Path, light unto my, 823. motive guide, original and end, 367. no, of flowers leads to glory, 797. no royal, to geometry, 811. of dalliance treads, 129. of duty was to glory, 628. of Milton, round the, 485. of sorrow and that alone, 417. of the just, 825. the world advances along its, 523. to heaven, journey like the, 244. to tread, soon or late that, 345. we tread, side of every, 422. Paths are peace, all her, 825. ask for the old, 835. of glory lead to the grave, 384. of joy and woe, checkered, 362. of peevish nature, 288. to woman's love, 198. Pathless groves, 184. was the dreary wild, 568. way, heaven's wide, 250. woods, pleasure in the, 547. Pathos, that is the true, 449. Patience, abusing of God's, 45. and shuffle the cards, 789. and sorrow strove, 148. by your gracious, 150. flour of wifly, 4. habits of peace and, 207. ingredient of genius, 608. may compass anything, 772. men's office to speak, 53. on a monument, sat like, 76. passion of great hearts, 656. poor are they that have not, 152. preacheth, 205. sovereign o'er transmuted ill, 366. stubborn, 228. thou rose-lipped cherubin, 155. with, He stands waiting, 793. Patient humble spirit, 182. man, fury of a, 269. man in loss, 159. merit of the unworthy takes, 135. must minister to himself, 125. of toil, 428. remedy for every trouble, 701. search and vigil long, 555. though sorely tried, 614. to be, is a branch of justice, 751. to perform, 342. when favours are denied, 362. Patiently to endure the toothache, 53. Patines of bright gold, 65. Patriarch, the venerable, 425. Patrick Spence, ballad of, 502. Patriot truth, 675. Patriots all, true, 445. worthy, dear to God, 254. Patriot's boast, such is the, 394. fate, cowards mock the, 681. Patriotism is the last refuge of a scoundrel, 372. whose, would not gain force on the plain of Marathon, 369. Patron and the jail, 365. one who looks with unconcern, 370. Pattern of excelling nature, 156. to imitate, not as a, 688. Paul, by the apostle, 97. now by Saint, 295. robbing Peter he paid, 14, 186, 771. Pauper, he 's only a, 683. Pause, an awful, 306. and look back, 678. for a reply, I, 113. I stand in, 139. must give us, 135. nature made a, 306. Pavement, riches of heaven's, 225. stars, dust is gold and, 236. Pawing to get free, lion, 236. Pay, a double debt to, 397. him in his own coin, 293. if I can't, why I can owe, 9. more due than more than all can, 117. Pays all debts, he that dies, 43. base is the slave that, 91. us but with age and dust, 26. Paying through the nose, 858. Peace, a charge in, 273. above all earthly dignities, 99. all her paths are, 825. anchor of our, 435. and competence, health, 319. and health, best treasures, 387. and quiet, calm, 249. and rest can never dwell, 223. and righteousness, 821. and slumberous calm, 575. and war, man of, 214. as a breathing time, 407. be within thy walls, 824. brooded o'er the hushed domain, 642. cankers of a long, 86. carry gentle, 100. deep dream of, 536. first in war first in, 445. fool when he holdeth his, 827. forever hold his, 850. habits of patience and, 207. hath her victories, 252. hold companionship in, 103. in freedom's hallowed shade, 459. in thy right hand, 100. inglorious arts of, 263. is its companion, 460. its ten thousand slays, 425. lay me down in, to sleep, 676. let us have, 664. live in, adieu, 334, 800. makes solitude and calls it, 550, 747. man of, and war, 214. means of preserving, 425. modest stillness and, 91. never a good war or bad, 361. no, unto the wicked, 834. nor ease of heart, 389. of God, 847. of mind, dearer than all, 568. on earth good will toward men, 841. only as a breathing time, 407. prepare for war in, 706, 712. righteousness and, 821. slept in, 100. so sweet, life so dear or, 430. soft phrase of, 149. soft, she brings, 288. star of, return, 515. the empire is, 810. thinks of war in time of, 191. thousand years of, 633. to be found in the world, 518. to gain our peace have sent to, 121. unjust, before a just war, 361. uproar the universal, 124. was slain, thrice my, 306. weak piping time of, 96. when there is no peace, 835. your valor won, enjoyed the, 465. Peaceably if we can, 516. with all men, live, 844. Peaceful evening, welcome, 420. hours I once enjoyed, 422. Peacemaker, If is the only, 72. Peak and pine, dwindle, 116. in Darien, upon a, 576. to peak, far along from, 544. Peaks wrapped in clouds, 543. Pealing anthem, 384. Pearl and gold, barbaric, 226. chain of all virtues, 182. double row of orient, 685. for carnal swine, too rich a, 213. heaps of, 96. if all their sand were, 44. in a woman's eye, 35. in your foul oyster, 72. many a fair, laid up, 182. no radiant, 424. of great price, 839. quarelets of, 201. sowed the earth with orient, 234. threw a, away, 156. Pearls at random strung, orient, 437. before swine, 838. did grow, asked how, 201. of thought, 661. puddly thoughts to orient, 783. row of orient, 685. that were his eyes, 42. who would search for, 275. Pears from an elm, 791. go to a pear-tree for, 712. Peasant, some belated, 225. toe of the, 143. Peasantry, country's pride, 396. Pease, like as one, is to another, 32, 773. Pebbles, children gathering, 241. Pebbly spring, stream or, 504. Peck at, for daws to, 149. of salt, 785. of troubles, 791. Peculiar graces, shot forth, 235. grand gloomy and, 677. Pedants much affect, learned, 210. Pedestaled in triumph, 651. Pedigree, lass wi' a lang, 458. Peep and botanize upon his mother's grave, 471. into glory, 264. of day, 202. to what it would, 142. wizards that, 833. Peer, King Stephen was a worthy, 152, 406. rhyming, a, 326. Peers, my, the heroes of old, 650. Pegasus, turn and wind a fiery, 86. Pelf, I crave no, 109. Pelion, from Ossa hurled, 707. nods with all his wood, 344. on the top of Ossa, 772. Ossa on, 809. Pellucid streams, 482. Pelops' line, Thebes or, 250. Pelting of this pitiless storm, 147. Pembroke's mother Sidney's sister, 179. Pen and ink, never saw, 77. becomes a torpedo, 369. devise wit write, 55. famous by my, 257. glorious by my, 257. in hand, foolish without, 374. is the tongue of the mind, 789. mightier than the sword, 606. nose sharp as a, 91. of a ready writer, 820. of iron, written with a, 835. poet's, turns them to shapes, 59. product of a scoffer's, 479. such virtue has my, 162. was shaped, 484. worse than the sword, 189. Pens a stanza, who, 326. quirks of blazoning, 151. Penalties of idleness, 332. Penance, call us to, 226. Pence, take care of the, 352. Pendent bed and procreant cradle, 117. rock a towered citadel, 158. world, 48, 230. Pendulum betwixt a smile and tear, 546. Penelophon O king quoth she, 405. Penetrable stuff, made of, 140. Penned it down, so I, 265. Penniless lass, a, 458. Penning bows, 't is, 387. Penny for your thoughts, 16, 292. in the urn of poverty, 588. of observation, by my, 55. saved is a penny got, 363. saved is twopence dear, 363. seven halfpenny loaves for a, 94. wise pound foolish, 186. Pension list is the roll of honour, 669. or lose his, 290. Pensioner on the bounties of an hour, 306. to be a miser's, 475. Pensive beauty, like, 513. discontent, waste nights in, 29. poets painful vigils keep, 331. through a happy place, 482. Pent, here in the body, 497. long in populous city, 239. Pentameter, in the, 504. Penthouse lid, hang upon his, 116. Pent-up Utica, 439. Penury and imprisonment, 49. repressed their noble rage, 384. People, all sorts of, 118. all with one accord, 400. are good, the, 673. arose as one man, 814. at leaving unpleasant, 556. by the people for the, 622. fond of ill-luck, 597. government from and for the, 608. government of all the, 639. government of the, 622. in the gristle, 408. indictment against a whole, 408. inurned, weep a, 592. judge men by success, 795. last, I should choose, 440. made for the, by the, 532. never give up their liberties, 411. of the skies common, 174. perish where there is no vision, 829. pleurisy of, 199. that make puns, 637. the sunbeams, motes that, 249. they that marry ancient, 222. thy people shall be my, 814. who would have been poets, 505. whose annals are blank, 579. People's government, 532. parent he protected all, 543. prayer, 268. right maintain, 675. will, based upon her, 623. Peopled, the world must be, 51. Peor and Baaelim, 251. Peppercorn, I am a, 86. Pepper his cabbage, 712. Peppered the highest, who, 399. two of them, I have, 84. Perception, quintessence of, 663. Perch, where eagles dare not, 96. Perchance the dead, 545. to dream, to sleep, 135. Perched and sat, 640. upon a bust of Pallas, 640. Percy and Douglas, song of, 34. Perdition catch my soul, 153. Peregrinations, labours and, 170. Peremptory tone, with a, 415. Perfect chrysolite, one, 156. day, unto the, 825. days, then if ever come, 658. love casteth out fear, 849. man, mark the, 819. ways of honour, 101. woman nobly planned, 475. Perfected, a woman, 656. Perfectest herald of joy, 51. Perfection, fulness of, 78. of reason, 24. perishes, what 's come to, 647. pink of, 401. praise and true, 66. Perfections, his sweete, 23. Perfidious bark, that fatal, 247. Perform, an ability that they never, 102. patient to, 342. Perfume and suppliance of a minute, 129. on the violet, to throw a, 79. puss-gentleman that 's all, 415. scent of odorous, 242. Perfumed like a milliner, 83. Perfumes of Arabia, 124. Perhaps, a great, 578. turn out a song, 448. turn out a sermon, 448. Peri at the gate of Eden, 526. beneath the dark sea, 526. Peril in thine eye, 105. Perils do environ, what, 27, 211. doe enfold, how many, 27. safe through a thousand, 497. Perilous edge of battle, 224. shot out of an elder gun, 92. stuff which weighs upon the heart, 125. Periodical fits of morality, 591. Periods of time, in, 228. Perish, all of genius which can, 552. in its fall, 453. that thought, 296. where there is no vision, the people, 829. with thee, thy money, 843. Perished in his pride, 470. Periwig-pated fellow, 137. Perjuria ridet amantum Jupiter, 106. Perjuries, Jove laughs at lovers', 106. Perjury, lovers', 272. Perked up in a glistening grief, 98. Permanent alliances, 425. forward not, 129. Permit to heaven, 240. Pernicious to mankind, wine, 338. weed, 415. Perpetual benediction, 478. motion, scoured with, 88. priesthood, literary men a, 577. Perplex and dash maturest counsels, 226. Perplexed in the extreme, 156. morality is, 411. the wisest may well be, 408. Perplexes monarchs, 225. Perseverance better than violence, 726. Persian carpet, discourse like a, 723. Persian gulfs, pearls of thought in, 661. Persians, law of the Medes and, 835. Persian's heaven is easily made, 519. Person, freedom of, 435. oblong square triangular, 461. Persons of good sense, 796. no respect of, place nor, 75. there is no respect of, with God, 844. two distinct, 186. Personage, genteel in, 285. less imposing, 527. this goodly, 479. Persuade, tongue to, 255. Persuaded in his own mind, 845. whom none could advise thou hast, 26. Persuading, fair-spoken and, 101. Persuasion flows from his lips, 338. holds aloof, 696. of whatever state or, 435. ripened into faith, 481. tips his tongue, 297. Persuasive sound, 339. Pertains to feats of broil, 150. Perturbed spirit, rest, 133. Peru, from China to, 365, 403. Perverts the prophets, 539. Pestilence and war, 229. like a desolating, 567. seals that close the, 562. that walketh in darkness, 822. Petar, hoist with his own, 141. Peter, by robbing, he paid Paul, 14, 771. denyed his Lord, 686. feared full twenty times, 468. I 'll call him, 78. Peter's dome, that rounded, 598. keys, 331. Peterkin, quoth little, 507. Petition me no petitions, 362, 862. Petrifies the feeling, 448. Petticoat, her feet beneath her, 256. tempestuous, 201. Petty pace, creeps in this, 125. Phalanx, in perfect, 225. the Pyrrhic, 557. Phantasma, like a, 111. Phantom of delight, she was a, 474. Phantoms of hope, 367. Pherecydes, stories about, 759. Phials hermetically sealed, 291. Phidias, his awful Jove young, 598. Philanthropists in time of famine, 597. Philip and Mary on a shilling, 215. drunk, appeal from, 807. receiving news of success, 731. when arbitrator, 731. Philips whose touch harmonious, 367. Philippi, I will see thee at, 115. Philistines be upon the, 814. opponent of the children of light, 665. Phillis, neat-handed, 248. Philologists who chase a panting syllable, 416. Philosopher and friend, 320. can scorn, scarce the firm, 356. never yet that could endure the toothache, 53. Philosophers have judged, as wise, 214. sayings of, 212. will put their names to their books, 188. Philosophic mind, the, 478. Philosopher, he was a, 1. muscular training of a, 745. Philosophie, Aristotle and his, 1. Philosophy adversity's sweet milk, 108. bringeth about to religion, 166. could find it out, if, 134. depth in, 166. dreamt of in your, 133. for fear divine, 632. hast any, in thee shepherd, 70. how charming is divine, 245. I ask not proud, 516. inclineth to atheism, 166. is a good horse in the stable, 401. is nothing but discretion, 195. lights of mild, 297. makes men deep, 168. of one who studies, 745. search of deep, 260. teaching by examples, 304. that no, can lift, 486. triumphs over past evils, 794. vain wisdom and false, 228. what to be gained from, 762. will clip an angel's wings, 574. Phoebus 'gins arise, 159. in his strength, 77. what a name, 539. Phoebus' wain, wheels of, 243. Phocion and Demosthenes, 728. saying of, 734. Phosphor, sweet, bring the day, 203. Phrase, a fico for the, 45. choice word and measured, 470. of peace, the soft, 149. proverbed with a grandsire, 104. would be more german, 145. Phrases, mint of, in his brain, 54. Phrygian Turk, 45. Physic, gold in, is a cordial, 2. pomp, take, 147. throw, to the dogs, 125. to preserve health, 167. well because I use none of your, 737. Physics pain, labour we delight in, 120. Physical and metaphysical impossibility, 578. arguments and opinions, 780. Physically impossible, 441. Physician heal thyself, 841. is there no, there, 835. presumed to call himself a, 692. Physicians, catch diseases to cure them, 189. use three, 686. Pia mater, womb of, 55. Pick a pocket, not scruple to, 282. no quarrels, 398. Picks yer pocket, smiles while it, 350. Picked, age is grown so, 143. out of ten thousand, 133. up his crumbs, 393. Picking and stealing, 850. Pickwickian sense, in a, 652. Pict, from a naked, 685. Picture, look here upon this, 140. placed the busts between, 312. who looks at an American, 462. Pictures, eyes make, 502. for the page atone, 331. in Afric maps, savage, 289. of silver, 828. Pictured urn, fancy from her, 382. Pie, finger in every, 789. no man's, is freed from his finger, 98. Piece, faultless, to see, 323. of British manhood, sounder, 579. of work is a man, what a, 134. Pieces, dash him to, 114. Piecemeal on the rock, 549. Piercing the night's dull ear, 92. Pierian spring, taste not the, 323. Piety nor wit shall lure it, 768. whose soul sincere, 391. Pig in a poke, buying or selling of, 20. Pigs squeak, naturally as, 210. Pike-staff, plain as a, 351, 800. Pilfers wretched plans, 412. Pilgrim gray, honour comes a, 390. of eternity, 565. shrines, such graves are, 562. steps in amice gray, 241. stock pithed with hardihood, 660. Pilgrim's Progress that wonderful book, 591. Pilgrimage, overtaketh in his, 44. Pilgrimages, folk to gon on, 1. Pillar of fire by night, 813. of salt, 813. of state, seemed a, 227. Pillared firmament, 245. shade high overarched, 239. Pillory, each window, like a, 214. Pillow hard, finds the down, 160. Pilot cannot mitigate the billows, 730. in extremity, a daring, 267. 't is a fearful night, 581. of my proper woe, 552. of the Galilean lake, 247. that weathered the storm, 464. Pimpernell and twenty more, 72. Pin a day's a groat a year, 363. bores with a little, 82. Pins it with a star, 582. Pin's fee, do not set my life at a, 131. Pincers tear, where the, 312. Pinch, a lean-faced villain, 50. necessity's sharp, 146. Pinches, where the shoe, 724. Pindarus, house of, 252. Pine, dwindle peak and, 116. for thee, then most I, 607. I live they lack I have they, 22. immovable infixed, 228. land of palm and southern, 628. to equal which the tallest, 224. with fear and sorrow, 29. Pines, silent sea of, 501. thunder-harp of, 667. tops of the eastern, 81. under the yaller, 660. Pine-apple of politeness, 440. Pined and wanted food, 465. in thought, 76. Pink and the pansy, 248. eyne, Bacchus with, 158. of courtesy, the very, 107. of perfection, 401. Pinks that grow, the, 184. Pinnace, sail like my, 45. Pinned with a single star, 582. Pinto, Ferdinand Mendez, 294. Piny mountain, 504. Pious action we do sugar o'er, 135. frauds and holy shifts, 212. not the less a man though, 797. seem when only bilious, 586. thoughts, she sent, 221. Pipe but as the linnets sing, 632. easier to be played on than a, 139. for fortune's finger, 138. Gill shall dance and Jack shall, 199. glorious in a, 555. tipped with amber, 555. to smoke in cold weather, 673. to the spirit ditties, 576. Pipes and whistles in his sound, 69. soft, play on, 576. Piping time of peace, 96. Pippins, old, toothsomest, 181. Pit, monster of the, 329. they 'll fill a, as well as better, 87. whoso diggeth a, 829. Pitch, dark as, 265. he that toucheth, 837. my moving tent, nightly, 497. out of tune above the, 771. which flies the higher, 93. Pitched, as the mind is, 421. Pitcher broken at the fountain, 831. Pitchers have ears, 17. Pitchfork, clothes thrown on with a, 292. Piteous chase, 67. Pith and moment, enterprises of, 136. seven years', these arms had, 149. Pitiful 't was wondrous pitiful, 150. Pitiless storm, pelting of this, 147. Pity, challenge double, 25. drops of sacred, 69. gave ere charity began, 396. he hath a tear for, 90. I learn to, them, 402. is akin to love, 282. is the straightest path to love, 918. like a new-born babe, 118. melts the mind to love, 272. of it Iago the pity of it, 155. swells the tide of love, 308. 't is 't is true, 133. that it was great, so it was, 83. the sorrows of a poor old man, 433. then embrace, endure then, 317. upon the poor, he that hath, 827. writ, within the leaf of, 109. Pity's self be dead, till, 390. Pity-pat, his heart kep' goin, 659. Pity-Zekle, but hern went, 659. Pixes and rosaries, 215. Place, all other things give, 349. and time, bounds of, 382. and wealth, get, 329. as a nail in a sure, 834. at home in a better, 67. below the skies, 538. but the fate of, 98. did then adhere, nor time nor, 118. dignified by the doer's deed, 73. ear in many a secret, 469. everywhere his, 260. first in glory first in, 344. fittest, where man can die, 680. get wealth and, 329. in childhood, there was a, 583. in many a solitary, 468. in thy memory dearest, 678. jolly, in times of old, 472. keep the pain but change the, 303. kiss the, to make it well, 535. know him any more, 816. men are servants in great, 165. mind is its own, 224. no, like home, 568. no respect of, 75. of festivity, pleasant, 544. of my birth, came to the, 550. of rest, where to choose their, 240. or time, not to be changed by, 224. pensive though a happy, 482. pride of, 120. right man in the right, 642. stands upon a slippery, 79. sunshine in the shady, 27. that has known him, 816. thereof shall know it no more, 816. those who have the second, 291. towering in her pride of, 120. when virtuous things proceed, 73. where he is not known, 372. where honour 's lodged, 214. where the tree falleth, 831. which 't is not good manners to mention, 287. worship the gods of the, 193. Places all alike distant from heaven, 190. do not grace men, 737. fill up their proper, 265. lines in pleasant, 818. men grace the, 737. other graces follow in proper, 265. shall be hell, all, 41. strange, crammed, 68. the eye of heaven visits, 80. which pale passion loves, 184. Place-expectants, gratitude of, 304. Plagiare among authors, 253. Plagiarism, memory to convict of, 376. Plague, every one has his particular, 730. my wife is my particular, 730. of all cowards, 84. of both your houses, 107. of sighing and grief, 85. the inventor, return to, 118. upon such backing, 84. us, instruments to, 149. Plagues and common dotages, 188. of heaven, 464. that haunt the rich, 424. Plain and flat, 658. and simple faith, 114. and to the purpose, 51. as a pack-staff, 172. as a pike-staff, 351, 800. as way to parish church, 68. blunt man, 114. Camilla scours the, 324. in dress, be, 350. knight pricking on the, 27. living and high thinking, 472. loveliest village of the, 395. nodding o'er the yellow, 356. of Marathon, 369. stretched upon the, 539. tale shall put you down, 85. Plains, silver-mantled, 640. Plainness of speech, use great, 846. Plaintive martyrs, 447. Plaited cunning hides, what, 146. Plan, not without a, 314. that admits no modification, 710. the simple, sufficeth them, 473. Plans, pilfers wretched, 412. Planet, born under a rhyming, 54. swims into his ken, when a new, 576. Planets, guides the, 456. in their turn, all the, 300. then no, strike, 127. Planned, perfect woman, nobly, 475. Plant, fame is no, 247. fixed like a, 317. himself on his instincts, 601. of slow growth, confidence is a, 364. rare old, is the ivy green, 652. that grows on mortal soil, 247. while the earth bears a, 675. Plants, aromatic, 398. children like olive, 824. suck in the earth, 260. Planted a garden, God Almighty, 167. Apollos watered I have, 845. of the tree I, 544. Planting, wheat for this, 616. Platform, upon the, 129. Plato, taught of the rule of, 254. thou reasonest well, 298. Plato's retirement, 241. Play and make good cheer, 20. at cherry-pit, 76. better at a, 519. false, wouldst not, 117. good as a, 856. healthful, 302. heart ungalled, 138. holdeth children from, 34. in the plighted clouds, 244. is the thing, 135. life's poor, is o'er, 318. me no plays, 862. on give me excess of it, 74. out the play, 85. pleased not the million, 134. pleasure when I, not, 25. rather hear a discourse than see a, 191. run, they will not let my, 282. the devil, seem a saint and, 96. the fools with the time, 89. the man, 685. the woman with mine eyes, 124. to you is death to us, 670. who goes to an American, 462. with similes, 473. work or healthful, 302. wouldst have me sing and, 525. Plays his part, so he, 69. many parts, one man, 69. round the head, 319. such fantastic tricks, 48. Playbill of Hamlet, 494. Played and sung, as once I, 525. at bo-peep, 202. familiar with his hoary locks, 588. upon a stage, if this were, 76. Player, life 's a poor, 125. ought to accept his throws, 697. shuffles off the buskin, 637. Players, men and women merely, 69. Playing holidays, all the year were, 83. Playmates, I have had, 509. Plaything, elephant man's, 739. some livelier, 318. Plea, necessity the tyrant's, 232. shall beauty hold a, 162. so tainted, in law what, 63. though justice be thy, 65. Plead lament and sue, 489. like angels, his virtues will, 118. their cause I, 387. Pleasant and cloudy weather, 433. bread eaten in secret is, 825. country's earth, 82. fellow, touchy testy, 300. for brethren to dwell together, 824. in man, all that was, 399. in their lives, 815. is thy morning, life how, 447. places, lines in, 818. scents salute the noses, 655. sights salute the eyes, 655. thought, we meet thee like a, 473. thoughts bring sad thoughts, 466. to behold the sun, 831. to see one's name in print, 539. to severe, grave to light, 273, 799. to think on, 256. vices, our, 149. Pleasantness, ways of, 825. Please, books cannot always, 444. certainty to, 455. everybody, hard to, 712. live to, must please to live, 366. natural in him to, 267. studious to, 366. surest to, 399. uncertain coy and hard to, 490. you so if not why so, 44. Pleases all the world, he, 800. Pleased, I would do what I, 788. not the million, 134. the ear is, 421. they please are, 395. to the last, 315. with a rattle, 318. with novelty, 417. with the danger, 267. with this bauble, 318. Pleasing anxious being, 385. dreadful thought, 299. dreams and slumbers light, 490. hope, whence this, 298. less, when possest, 381. memory of all he stole, 331. of a lute, the lascivious, 95. punishment that women bear, 50. shade, ah happy hills, 381. shape, power to assume a, 135. Pleasure after pain, sweet is, 271. all hope, 276. at the helm, 383. by myself a lonely, 470. chords that vibrate sweetest, 452. dissipation without, 431. drown the brim, 73. drowns in, 357. ease content, 318. friend of, 390. full of, void of strife, 209. give a shock of, 577. has ceased to please, 368. howe'er disguised by art, 403. I fly from, 368. in poetic pains, 419. in the pathless woods, 547. in trim gardens, takes his, 249. like the midnight flower, 520. little, in the house, 427. live in, when I live to thee, 359. lost, the just, 163. love sweeter than all other, 276. man of, is a man of pains, 309. mixed reason with, 399. never to blend our, 472. no, is comparable, 164. no profit grows where is no, 72. of being cheated, 214. of love is in loving, 795. of the game, the little, 287. of the time, spoils the, 122. praise all his, 305. reason's whole, 319. she was bent, though on, 417. smile in pain frown at, 309. stock of harmless, 369. sure in being mad, 277. sweet the, 271. take, some men to, 321. to be drunk, it is our, 362. to come, immense, 380. to deceive the deceiver, 797. to the spectators, 593. treads upon the heels of, 295. unseasoned by variety, 710. was the chief good, 766. well-spring of, 640. when I live to thee I live in, 359. when I play not, 25. youth and, 542. Pleasures and palaces, 568. are like poppies, 451. banish pain, 303. calm, 357. doubling his, 455. every age has its, 800. hovered nigh, 357. in the vale of pain, 492. of the Mahometans, 387. of the present day, 359. of the spheres, 526. pretty, might me move, 25. prove, all the, 40. soothed his soul to, 272. Pleasure-dome, stately, 500. Pleasure-house, lordly, 623. Pledge, never signed no, 659. of a deathless name, 616. our sacred honour, 434. Pleiades, sweet influences of, 818. Plenteous, harvest truly is, 839. Plentiful as blackberries, 85. lack of wit, 133. Plenty o'er a smiling land, 385. Pleurisy of people, 199. Plighted clouds, play in the, 244. Plodders, continual, 54. Plods his weary way, 384. Plot me no plots, 862. of state to make a bank, 263. this blessed, this earth, 81. we first survey the, 88. Plough deep while sluggards sleep, 360. following his, 470. for what avail the, 601. the sea, those who, 712. the watery deep, 337. who steer the, 598. Ploughman homeward plods, 384. Ploughshare o'er creation, 309. stern Ruin's, 448. unwilling, 486. Ploughshares, swords into, 832. Plover, muskets aimed at, 439. Pluck bright honour from the moon, 84. from memory a rooted sorrow, 125. out the heart of my mystery, 139. this flower safety, 84. up drowned honour, 84. your berries, I come to, 246. Plucked his gown, 397. Plume a eu d'avantage sur l'epee, 189. of amber snuff-box, 326. to fledge the shaft, 518. Plumes her feathers, she, 244. Plumed like estridges, 86. troop farewell, 154. Plummet, deeper than e'er, 43. Plump Jack, banish, 85. Plumpy Bacchus, 158. Plunder, power of public, 529. Plunge, Festus I, 643. Plunged in, accoutred as I was, I, 110. Plutarch, no such person as, 730. Plutarch's men, one of, 660. Pluto's cheek, drew tears down, 250. Po, or wandering, 394. Pocket, little in one's own, 789. not scruple to pick a, 282. smiles while it picks yer, 350. stole and put it in his, 140. Poem, himself to be a true, 253. is a proof of genius, a great, 590. life of a man a, of its sort, 578. rhymed or unrhymed, 5. round and perfect as a star, 667. with music or with, 241. Poesy, heavenly gift of, 270. seeds of, by heaven sown, 347. some participation of divineness, 169. Poet be joyful, let the, 655. cannot die, the, 627. dies, when the, 488. God is the perfect, 643. has grudge against poet, 693. is made as well as born, 179. lunatic lover and the, 59. naturalist and historian, 367. once loved, 335. sings, this is truth the, 626. soaring, 253. speak to men with power, 578. still more a man than men, 578. they had no, and they died, 330. was ever, so trusted before, 372. whose work so content us, 388. without love, 578. Poets are all who love, 654. are sultans, 258. are the hierophants of inspiration, 568. by their sufferings grow, 216. dream, as youthful, 249. fancy, or youthful, 301. feign of bliss and joy, 94. forms of ancient, 504. histories make, witty, 168. in their misery dead, 470. in three distant ages born, 270. in youth begin in gladness, 470. lose half the praise, 221. pensive, painful vigils keep, 331. sing, all that, 606. steal from Homer, 185. styled, love is a boy by, 213. that, lasting marble seek, 220. things the first, had, 40. we, in our youth, 470. who feel great truths, 654. who made us heirs, 477. Poet's brain, should possess a, 40. darling, the, 473. dream, consecration and the, 475. ear, flattery lost on, 487. eye in a fine frenzy rolling, 59. eye, muse with a, 513. lines, where go the, 636. pages, sculptured in stone on, 648. pen turns them to shapes, 59. Poetess, maudlin, 326. Poetic child, meet nurse for a, 489. fields encompass me, 299. justice with lifted scale, 330. nook, seat in some, 536. pains, pleasure in, 419. prose, warbler of, 421. Poetical, gods had made thee, 70. Poetry, angling is somewhat like, 207. best words in best order, 505. is speaking painting, 742. melancholy madness of, 688. men are cradled into, 566. mere mechanic art, 414. of earth is never dead, 577. of ethics from Byron's, 591. of speech, the, 545. old-fashioned, 208. prose run mad not, 327. simple passionate and sensuous, 254. tender charm of, 486. wit eloquence and, 260. Point a moral or adorn a tale, 365. armed at, exactly cap-a-pe, 128. don't put too fine a, 792. his slow unmoving finger at, 155. of a diamond, 835. of all my greatness, 99. of death, at the, 841. swim to yonder, 110. thus I bore my, 84. Points, armed at all, 128. in the law, eleven, 296. of heaven, kindred, 485. out an hereafter, 298. the meeting, 326. to yonder glade, 335. true to the kindred, 485. Poison for serpents, 718. for the age's tooth, 78. of misused wine, 243. one man's, another's meat, 199. ounce of, in one pocket, 593. steel nor, can touch him, 121. Poisoned chalice, 118. rat in a hole, like a, 292. Poisoning of a dart, 261. Poke, drew a dial from his, 68. pig in a, buying or selling of, 20. Pole, from Indus to the, 333. soldier's, is fallen, 159. to pole, beloved from, 449. to pole, truth from, 300. true as the needle to the, 306. were I so tall to reach the, 303. Policy, honesty is the best, 790. kings will be tyrants from, 410. turn him to any cause of, 91. Polished idleness, 457. manners, 422. razor, satire is like a, 350. Polite learning, men of, 284. never mentions hell to ears, 322. Politeness, pine-apple of, 440. Political bands, dissolve the, 434. fault, it is a, 805. Politician, coffee makes the, wise, 326. that would circumvent God, 143. Politicians, whole race of, 290. Politics, conscience with, 442. Poll, all flaxen was his, 142. talked like poor, 388. Pollutes whate'er it touches, power, 567. Pollutions, safe from sin's, 615. sun through, 169. Pomegranate from Browning, some, 620. Pomp, all his, without his force, 412. and circumstance, 154. and glory of this world, 99. blot out vain, 755. candied tongue lick absurd, 137. give lettered, 618. of age, monumental, 479. of power, 384. sepulchred in such, 251. take physic, 147. to flight, puts all the, 333. worthless, of homage, 571. Pomps and vanity, 850. Pompey's shade, great, 298. Pompous in the grave, 219. Pond, mantle like a standing, 60. Ponderous and marble jaws, 131. axes rung, no, 535. woe, though a, 289. Pontic sea, like to the, 155. Pool, mantle of the standing, 147. Poop was beaten gold, 157. Poor a thing is man, how, 39. always ye have with you, 843. and content is rich enough, 153. annals of the, 384. but honest, my friends were, 73. Christ himself was, 190. considereth the, 820. creature small beer, 89. destruction of the, 825. exchequer of the, 81. give the rest to the, 770. grind the faces of the, 833. he that considereth the, 820. he that hath pity upon the, 827. how many, I see, 301. I am stale, 160. I rich they, 22. in thanks, I am even, 134. indeed, makes me, 153. infirm weak and despised, 147. laws grind the, 395. lone woman, 89. love their country and be, 336. make no new friends, 611. man has grudge against poor man, 693. man laughs loudest of all, 637. must be wisely visited, 639. naked wretches, 147. old man, sorrows of a, 433. pensioner, 306. prophets apostles all, 190. rich gifts wax, 136. scandalous and, 279. that found'st me, 398. that have not patience, 152. the offering be, though, 525. though much they have, 22. to do him reverence, 113. to slight the, 345. Tom 's a-cold, 147. too, for a bribe, 387. wanders heaven-directed to the, 321. wants that pinch the, 424. weak palsy-stricken, 575. when that the, have cried Caesar wept, 113. wise man like a book, 181. without Thee we are, 421. Poorest man in his cottage, 365. Pope of Rome, no more than the, 212. Popery, inclines a man to, 222. Popish liturgy, 365. Poplar pale, edged with, 251. Poppies overcharged with rain, 338. pleasures are like, 451. Poppy nor mandragora, 154. Population, agricultural, bravest, 719. Populous city pent, long in, 239. Porcelain clay of humankind, 277. of human clay, 558. Porcupine, upon the fretful, 131. Porpentine, upon the fretful, 131. Porpoise, fat as a, 293. Porridge, breath to cool your, 773, 789. nose into other men's, 787. Port as meke as is a mayde, his, 1. for men, 374. of all men's labours, 170. pride in their, 395. to imperial Tokay, 380. Ports and happy havens, 80. Portal we call death, whose, 615. Portance in my travels' history, 150. Porters, hung with grooms and, 626. Portion, he wales a, 447. in this life, my, 253. of that around me, I become, 543. of uncertain paper, certain, 556. that best, of a good man's life, 467. Portions of eternity, 656. of the soul of man, 656. Portius, thy steady temper, 297. Posies, thousand fragrant, 41. Possess a poet's brain, 40. but one idea, he seems to, 371. to see to feel and to, 541. Possessed but not enjoyed, 342. by their money, 188. first I have, 549. with inward light, 503. Possessing all things, 501. too dear for my, 162. Possession, bliss in, 496. fie on, 4. is eleven points in the law, 296. man's best, 698. object in, 748. of a day, the poor, 339. would not show, virtue that, 53. Possest, less pleasing when, 381. Possibilities, pounds and, 45. Possible and proper, things, 753. worlds, best of, 801. Post, evil news rides, 242. o'er land and ocean, 252. of honour is a private station, 298, 349. Posteriors of this day, 56. Posterity, contemporaneous, 361. done for us, what has, 439. intimately known to, 591. look forward to, 409. obligation to, 439. think of your, 458, 747. to imitate, 688. we are a kind of, 361. what, will say, 361. Postern of a needle's eye, 82. Posting winds, rides on the, 160. Posy of a ring, prologue or the, 138. Pot, boil like a, 818. calls the kettle black, 791. death in the, 816. of ale and safety, 91. thorns under a, 830. three-hooped, 94. Pots of ale, size of, 210. Potations, banish strong, 432. pottle-deep, 152. Potent grave and reverend signiors, 149. over sun and star, 482. Potentiality of growing rich, 374. Pottage, breath to cool his, 738. Potter is jealous of potter, 693. power over the clay, 844. Pottle-deep, potations, 152. Pouch, tester I 'll have in, 45. Pouncet-box 'twixt his finger, 83. Pound foolish penny wise, 186. Pounds, rich with forty, 396. seven hundred, and possibilities, 45. six hundred, a year, 289. take care of themselves, 352. three hundred, a year, 46. two hundred, a year, 215. Poverty come, so shall thy, 825. depressed, worth by, 366. distressed by, 367. I pay thy, not thy will, 108. nor riches, give me neither, 829. not my will consents, 108. penny in the urn of, 588. rustic life and, 514. steeped me in, 155. stood smiling, 346. the destruction of the poor, 825. Powder, food for, 87. keep your, dry, 588. Powdered with stars, 236. Power above can save, the, 342. an unwearied, 414. and effect of love, 191. and pelf, 488. balance of, 304. beauty hath strange, 242. behind the eye, 603. behind the throne, 364. daughter of Jove relentless, 382. day of thy, 823. earthly, show likest God's, 64. force of temporal, 64. forty parson, 559. gray flits the shade of, 541. greatest not exempted from her, 31. heaven upon the past has not, 274. human, which could evade, 555. in excess, desire of, 165. intellectual, the, 465, 480. is a trust, all, 608. is passing from the earth, 477. knowledge is, 168. lay down the wreck of, 571. like a desolating pestilence, 567. not now in fortune's, 212. o'er true virginity, 245. of beauty I remember, the, 272. of grace, 513. of public plunder, cohesive, 529. of thought, the, 551. of words, graced with the, 330. pangs of guilty, 367. pomp of, 384. shadow of some unseen, 564. should take who have the, 473. some novel, 634. talent in a man's, 662. taught by that, 402. thank the eternal, 380. that hath made us a nation, 517, 595. that pities me, 402. the giftie gie us, wad some, 448. to assume a pleasing shape, 135. to broaden the mind, 750. to charm insanity, 603. to charm, nor witch hath, 127. to persuade, 756. to say behold, 57. to thunder, flatter Jove for his, 103. to wound, her very shoe has, 378. upon the past, heaven has not, 274. wealth excludes but one evil, 373. which erring men call chance, 245. while Thee I seek protecting, 674. within, the ruling, 750. Powers, struggle of discordant, 409. supreme keep men in obedience, 193. that be, 844. that will work for thee, 471. we lay waste our, 476. which impress our minds, 466. Powerful as truth, nothing so, 534. grace that lies in herbs, 106. Practice becomes second nature, 707. in little things, 743. is everything, 758. is the best instructor, 710. of a wise man, 207. Practices, long train of these, 364. to deceive, 490. Practised falsehood, 232. what he preached, 672. Prague, old hermit of, 77. Prague's proud arch, 513. Prairie's midst, she lights her fires in every, 655. Praise, all his pleasure, 305. and true perfection, 66. arise, let the Creator's, 302. beat high for, 519. blame love kisses, 474. blessings and eternal, 477. come to bury Caesar not to, 113. damn with faint, 327. dispraised no small, 240. Father Son and Holy Ghost, 278. from a friend, 339. from Sir Hubert Stanley, 457. garment of, 834. God from whom all blessings flow, 278. him all creatures here below, 278. I 'll sing thee a song in thy, 449. if there be any, 847. love of, howe'er concealed, 310. none named thee but to, 562. of those about to marry, 763. only to be praised, we, 795. poets lose half the, 221. pudding against empty, 330. silence muse His, 357. sound of woman's, 593. swells the note of, 384. the Frenchman, I, 416. them most that paint truest, 300. thirst of, 414. undeserved is scandal in disguise, 330. wealth preferring to eternal, 341. whom there were none to, 469. Praises faintly when he must, 327. sound of one's, 741. Praising God with sweetest looks, 584. man when he is dead, 699. most dispraises, 327. the rose that all are, 581. what is lost makes the remembrance dear, 74. Prate of my whereabout, stones, 119. Prattle to be tedious, thinking his, 82. Pray, doth late and early, 174. for no man but myself, I, 109. goody please to moderate, 672. late and early, 174. remained to, 397. the Lord my soul to keep, 687. we do, for mercy, 65. with you drink with you nor, 61. Prayer all his business, 305. ardent, opens heaven, 309. cursed with every granted, 321. doth teach us all, 65. erects a house of, 286. for others' weal, fondest, 539. four hours spend in, 24. heaven sometimes grants before the, 269. homes of silent, 632. imperfect offices of, 479. is of no avail, when, 479. is the burden of a, 497. is the soul's sincere desire, 497. making their lives a, 618. of Ajax was for light, 614. of devotion, the still, 524. people's, the, 268. swears a, or two, 105. the fervent, 538. Prayers, child of many, 614. feed on, 25. for death, old man's, 697. God answers sudden on some, 621. which are old age's alms, 25. Prayer-books are the toys of age, 318. Prayeth best who loveth best, 499. well who loveth well, 499. Preach a whole year, if I, 439. humility is a virtue all, 195. Preached as never to preach again, 670. practised what he, 672. Preacheth patience, 205. Preaching, a woman, 371. Precede, lead the way we 'll, 441. Precedes, consider what, 746. Precedent, codeless myriad of, 627. embalms a principle, 607. for poor men's facts, 36. Precedents, day supported by, 726. Precept, example more efficacious, 368. upon precept, 834. Precincts of the cheerful day, 385. Precious bane, deserve the, 225. in the sight of the Lord, 823. instance of itself, sends some, 142. jewel in his head, wears a, 67. life-blood of a master-spirit, 254. nose, that 's his, 585. odours, virtue is like, 165. ointment, better than, 830. seeing to the eye, it adds a, 56. soul, damn your, 772. stone, a gift is as a, 827. stone, this, 81. to me, things most, 124. treasure of his eyesight, 104. truth is, 213. Precipitate down dashed, 358. Precise, art is too, 201. in promise-keeping, 47. Precocity, miracle of, 718. Predecessor, illustrious, 364, 408. Preferment goes by letter, 149. Pregnant hinges of the knee, 137. quarry teemed with human form, 394. Prejudice is strong when the judgment 's weak, 672. Prelate, religion without a, 588. Premier pas qui coute, 801. 'Prentice han' she tried on man, 446. Preordained from everlasting, 756. Preparation, dreadful note of, 92. Prepare to shed tears, 113. Prerogative of mind, the grand, 534. Presage of his future years, 427. Presbyterian true blue, 210. Presence full of light, 109. lord of thy, and no land beside, 78. maiden, scanter of your, 130. now and in my, 101. of body, 509. of mind, 703. shall my wants supply, his, 300. whose, civilizes ours, 415. Present fears less than imaginings, 116. help in trouble, 820. in spirit, absent in body, 845. joys therein I find, 22. things seem worst, 89. Presents endear absents, 509. Presentment, counterfeit, 140. Preservative of all arts, 852. President, rather be right than, 517. Press, freedom of the, 435. not a falling man too far, 99. the people's right maintain, 675. with vigour on, 359. Pressure, his form and, 137. of taxation, 462. Presume not God to scan, 317. Pretender, God bless the, 351. Pretty chickens, all my, 124. creature drink, 472. everything that, is, 159. Fanny's way, 305. feet like snails, 202. looks, puts on his, 79. Sally, there 's none like, 285. to force together thoughts, 500. to walk with, 256. Prevail, oars alone can ne'er, 416. Prevaricate, thou dost, 211. Prey at fortune, 153. expects his evening, 383. fleas that on him, 290. to dumb forgetfulness, a, 385. to hastening ills a, 396. was man, his, 333. where eagles dare not perch, wrens make, 96. Priam's curtain, drew down, 88. powers and self shall fall, 337. Price, all men have their, 304. for knowledge, too high, the, 313. of chains and slavery, 430. of liberty, 855. of wisdom is above rubies, 817. pearl of great, 839. Prices, all have, 559. Prick the sides of my intent, 118. Pricks, kick against the, 843. me on, honour, 87. Pricking of my thumbs, 123. on the plaine, 27. Prickles on it, leaf had, 245. tormenting himself with his, 584. Pride aiming at the blest abodes, 316. alone, stands in his, 667. and haughtiness of soul, 298. blend our pleasure or, 472. coy submission modest, 232. crueltie and ambition of man, 27. day in its, 528. father's joy mother's, 492. fell with my fortunes, 66. goeth before, 13, 38. goeth before destruction, 826. high-blown, broke under me, 99. humbled out of, 777. idleness and, 361. in reasoning pride, 315. in their port, 395. of former days, 519. of kings, 314. of place, towering in her, 120. of sway, peace and, 339. peasantry their country's, 396. pomp and circumstance, 154. rank pride, 't is, 298. spite of, 316. that apes humility, 501, 507. that licks the dust, 328. that perished in his, 470. that puts the country down, 406. the vice of fools, 323. to relieve the wretched, 396. vain the chief's the sage's, 330. will have a fall, 13. withered in their, 643. Priest, hearing the holy, 31. no Italian, shall tithe, 79. pale-eyed, 251. rich without a fault, 337. Priests altars victims, 333. by the imposition of a mightier hand, 590. tapers temples, 333. Priesthood, literary men a perpetual, 577. Primal duties shine aloft, 481. eldest curse upon 't, 139. Prime, April of her, 161. conception of the joyous, 28. golden, of Haroun Alraschid, 623. wisdom, 237. Primer, schoolmaster with his, 527. Primeval, this is the forest, 615. Primrose, bring the rathe, 247. by a river's brim, 468. first-born child of Ver, 199. path of dalliance treads, 129. peeps beneath the thorn, 398. soft silken, fading timelessly, 251. sweet as the, 398. yellow, was to him, 468. Primroses that die unmarried, 77. Primy nature, youth of, 129. Prince make a belted knight, 452. of darkness, 147, 256. war the only study of a, 407. Princes and lords may flourish, 396. are the breath of kings, 447. find few real friends, 377. gilded monuments of, 162. like to heavenly bodies, 166. privileged to kill, 425. put not your trust in, 824. that sweet aspect of, 99. the death of, 112. whose merchants are, 394. Princes' favours, hangs on, 99. palaces, 60. service of, 692. Princedoms virtues powers, 235. Princely in bestowing, 101. Princeps copy in blue and gold, 456. Princerples, I don't believe in, 659. Principal thing is wisdom, 825. Principle, act in accordance with, 753. free trade is not a, 607. not expediency, 609. of bliss, the vital, 358. precedent embalms a, 607. reason measured by, 743. rebels from, 410. Principles of human liberty, 530. of nature, 767. of resistance, 408. oftener changed, their, 311. search men's, 752. turn with times, 321. Print it and shame the fools, 326. I love a ballad in, 78. it, some said John, 265. 't is devils must, 520. to see one's name in, 539. transforms old, 419. Printed in a book, words, 817. Printers have lost, books by which, 222. Printing to be used, caused, 94. Prior, here lies Matthew, 288. Priscian a little scratched, 56. Prism and silent face, 475. Prison, palace and a, 544. stone walls do not a, make, 260. Prison'd soul, take the, 244. Prisoner, takes the reason, 116. Prisoners of hope, 836. Prisoner's life, passing on the, 47. Prison-house, secrets of my, 131. Prithee why so pale, 256. Privacy, an obscure nook, a, 643. let there be an end, a, 643. Private credit is wealth, 689. end, who served no, 323. ends, to gain his, 400. griefs they have, 114. station, post of honour is a, 298, 340. Prive and apert, 4. Privilege of putting him to death, 462. Privileged beyond the common walk, 307. to kill, princes were, 425. Prize, art not strength obtains the, 341. ever grateful for the, 465. me no prizes, 861. not to the worth whiles we enjoy, 53. o' death in battle, 660. of learning love, 649. that which is best, 753. Probability keep in view, 349. Proceed ad infinitum, 290. Process, human thought is the, 530. of the suns, 626. such was the, 150. Procrastination is the thief of time, 307. Procreant cradle, 117. Proctors, prudes for, 629. Procurer of contentedness, 207. Procuress to the lords of hell, 632. Prodigal, chariest maid is, 129. excess, to our own, 483. how like the, 62. the soul lends the tongue vows, 130. within the compass of a guinea, 536. Prodigal's favourite, to be a, 475. Prodigality of nature, framed in, 96. Prodigious ruin, one, 337. Product of a scoffer's pen, 479. Profane, hence ye, 262. no divine ordinances, 398. Profaned the God-given strength, 489. Profanely, not to speak it, 137. Profession, debtor to his, 164. Professions, judge of men by their, 644. Professor of our art, 274. Profit and title I resign, 349. by the folly of others, 720. countenance and, 164. no, where is no pleasure, 72. of their shining nights, 54. Profitable, revenge is, 430. Profited, what is a man, 840. Progeny of learning, 440. Progress, man's distinctive mark, 650. their mazy, 382. Progressive virtue, 355. Prohibited degrees of kin, 215. Project crossed, thus their, 672. Projects, multitude of, 709. young men fitter for new, 167. Prologue, excuse came, 239. is this a, or the posy of a ring, 138. Prologues, happy, 116. like compliments, 387. Promethean fire, 56. heat, where is that, 156. Promiscuously applied hands, 548. Promise hope believe, we, 551. keep the word of, 126. most given when least said, 38. never, more than you can perform, 711. of celestial worth, 311. of supply, eating the air on, 88. of your early day, 535. to his loss, though he, 851. who broke no, 323. Promises of youth, 368. oft fails where most it, 73. Promised on a time, 30. Promise-keeping, precise in, 47. Promontory, earth seems a sterile, 134. see one, see all, 189. with trees upon 't, 158. Promotion cometh neither from the east nor west, 821. none will sweat but for, 67. Prompting of nature, 718. Prompts the eternal sigh, which, 318. Pronouncing on his bad, before, 578. Proof, give me ocular, 154. of genius, a great poem is, 590. of the pudding, 789. sweetness yieldeth, 484. 't is a common, 111. Proofs of holy writ, 154. Prop, staff of my age my very, 62. that doth sustain my house, 65. Propagate and rot, 317. Propensities, ruined by natural, 411. Propensity of nature, 253. Proper hue, love's, 238. man as one shall see, 57. mean, the, 801. men as ever trod, 110. study of mankind is man, 317. time of day, no, 586. time to marry, 417. Property has its duties, 582. of easiness, 143. of friends is common, 761, 763. Prophesy in part, we, 845. Prophet, in the name of the, 517. not without honour, 839. Prophets and apostles all poor, 190. do they live forever, 836. is Saul also among the, 814. of the future, 561. perverts the, 539. Prophet's word, sounds like a, 562. Prophetic cell, priest from the, 251. of her end, 306. ray, tints to-morrow with, 550. soul, O my, 132. strain, something like, 250. Propontic and the Hellespont, 155. Proportion, curtailed of fair, 95. in small, we just beauties see, 180. law and the, 839. preserving the sweetness of, 178. Propose, why don't the men, 581. Proposes, man, but God disposes, 7. Propriety, frights the isle from her, 152. of speech, 169. Proprium humani ingenii, 275. Prose and poetry, definition of, 505. or rhyme, unattempted in, 223. run mad, not poetry but, 327. verse will seem, 280. warbler of poetic, 421. what others say in, 329. words in best order, 505. Proserpina, O, for the flowers now, 77. Proserpine gathering flowers, 232. Prospect less, approaches make the, 181. of belief, within the, 116. of his soul, into the eye and, 53. pleases, though every, 536. Scotchman's noblest, 370. so full of goodly, 253. some have looked on a fair, 468. Prospects brightening, 396. distant, please us, 181. gilded scenes and shining, 299. in view are more pleasing, 402. Prosper, surer to, 226. treason doth never, 39. Prospering, we shall march, 647. Prosperity, a jest's, lies in the ear, 56. all sorts of, 800. could have assured us, 226. education an ornament in, 762. in the day of, 830. is not without many fears, 164. makes friends, 713. man that hath been in, 5. the blessing of the Old Testament, 164. things which belong to, 164. within thy palaces, 824. Prosperous to be just, 657. Prosperum ac felix scelus, 39. Prostitute, puff away the, 274. Prostrate the beauteous ruin lies, 453. Protection of habeas corpus, 435. of vultures to lambs, 442. Protecting power, 674. Protest of the weak, 653. too much, the lady doth, 138. Protestants or Papists believe in the essential articles, 370. Protestantism of the Protestant religion, 408. Protests too much, the lady, 138. Proteus rising from the sea, 477. Protracted life is woe, 365. Proud and mighty have, all the, 358. conceited talking spark, 390. ever fair and never, 151. for a wit, too, 399. grief is, 79. his name, though, 488. in humility, 188. in that they are not proud, 188. instruct my sorrows to be, 79. knowledge is, 422. labour is independent and, 532. man, but man, 48. man's contumely, 135. me no prouds, 108. of the earth, 598. on his own dunghill, 14. philosophy, I ask not, 516. scene was o'er, the, 331. science never taught to stray, 315. setter up of kings, 95. shall be, all the, 335. spirit of mortal be, 561. to importune, too, 387. tops of the eastern pines, 81. waves be stayed, 817. world, good bye, 598. Prouder than rustling in silk, 159. Proud-pied April, 163. Prove, all the pleasures, 40. all things, 847. their doctrine orthodox, 210. Proved true before, was, 215. Provencal song and dance, 575. Proverb and a byword, 815. Proverbs, books like, 266. patch grief with, 53. the sanctuary of intuitions, 602. Proverbed with a grandsire phrase, 104. Providence alone secures, 417. behind a frowning, 423. even God's, seeming estranged, 586. foreknowledge, will and fate, 228. I may assert eternal, 223. in the fall of a sparrow, 145. is with the last reserve, 811. rubs which, sends, 401. their guide, 240. to demonstrate a, 743. ways of God are full of, 749. Provident fear, early and, 411. Providently caters for the sparrow, 67. Provoke a saint, 't would, 321. Provoketh thieves, beauty, 66. Provokes the caper, while his off-heel, 442. Prow, youth on the, 383. Prudence points the way, 672. Prudent man looketh well, 826. Prudes for proctors, 629. Prunes and prism, 652. Prunello, leather or, 319. Pruning-hooks, spears into, 832. Prussia hurried to the field, when, 489. Psalmist of Israel, the sweet, 815. Psalms, purloins the, 539. songs be turned to holy, 25. Public amusements, friend to, 371. credit, dead corpse of, 531. feasts, wedlock compared to, 176. flame nor private, 332. haunt, exempt from, 67. honour is security, 689. offices, keep out of, 729. plunder, power of, 529. rout, where meet a, 176. show, midnight dances and, 335. stock of harmless pleasure, 369. tax eminent men pay to the, 291. to speak in, on the stage, 459. trust, when a man assumes a, 436. trusts, 859. weal, 777. Publish it not in the streets, 814. Publishing our neighbour's shame, 670. Pudding against empty praise, 330. last piece of, 510. proof of the, 789. Puff the prostitute away, 274. Puffed and reckless libertine, 129. Puissant nation, noble and, 254. Pukes in, sea the passenger, 559. Puking in the nurse's arms, 69. Pull in resolution, 125. Puller down of kings, 95. Pulpit drum ecclesiastick, 209. Pulse of life stood still, 306. Pulses fly, makes his, 655. Pulteney's toad-eater, 389. Pumice isle in Baiae's bay, 565. Pun, who could make so vile a, 282. Puns, people that make, 637. Punch, some sipping, 468. Punctual spot, this, 237. Punishment, back to thy, 229. greater than I can bear, 812. that women bear, 50. Pun-provoking thyme, 380. Puny whipster, every, 156. Pupil of the human eye, 518. Puppy whelp and hound, 400. Puppy-dogs, as maids talk of, 78. Purchaser will pay for worth of everything, 713. Pure alone are mirrored, 577. and eloquent blood, 177. and holy meek and lowly, 611. and vestal modesty, 108. as snow chaste as ice, 136. by being purely shone upon, 526. delight, land of, 303. in thought as angels are, 455. kept thy truth so, 252. the real Simon, 671. unto the pure all things are, 848. Pure-eyed faith, 243. Purge and leave sack, 88. off the baser fire, 226. Purged with euphrasy, 240. Purified, every creature shall be, 41. Puritanism laid the egg of democracy, 662. Puritans gave the world action, 641. hated bear-baiting, 593. Purity and truth, 280. of grace, the, 550. Purloins the psalms, 539. Purple all the ground, 247. and gold, gleaming in, 551. as their wines, abbots, 332. light of love, 382. testament of bleeding war, 82. the sails, 157. with love's wound, 58. Purpled o'er the lawn, 342. Purple-stained mouth, 575. Purpose, cite Scripture for his, 61. constancy to, 608. firm, is equal to the deed, 307. flighty, never is o'ertook, 123. I know the evil of that I, 698. infirm of, 120. one increasing, runs, 626. plain and to the, 51. shake my fell, 117. speak and, not, 146. time to every, 830. Purposes, execute their airy, 224. Purposed overthrow, 162. Purpureal gleams, 482. Purse, bursting, 449. costly as thy, can buy, 130. put money in thy, 151. who steals my, steals trash, 153. Purses, light gains make heavy, 37. Pursue phantoms of hope, 367. the triumph, 320. Pursuing, still achieving still, 612. Pursuit of happiness, 434. of knowledge, 528. Push on keep moving, 457. us from our stools, 122. Puss-gentleman, a fine, 415. Put a tongue in every wound, 114. back to-morrow, 29. money in thy, 151. not your trust in princes, 824. out the light, 156. too fine a point, don't, 792. up with a great deal, 703. up with anything, 702. you down, a plain tale shall, 85. your trust in God, 588. Puts on his pretty looks, 79. Putteth down one, he, 821. Putting off, eased the, 234. Puzzles the will, 136. Pygmies are pygmies still, 309. Pygmy-body, fretted the, 267. Pyramid, mystery hid under Egypt's, 621. star-y-pointing, 251. Pyramids are pyramids in vales, 309. doting with age, 222. set off his memories, no, 198. virtue alone outbuilds the, 309. Pyrrhic dance, you have the, 557. phalanx, where is the, 557. Pythagoras, opinion of, 77. Pythian treasures, Apollo's, 339. Pythias and Demosthenes, 728.

Quadrangular spots, 420. Quaff immortality, and joy, 235. Quaffing laughing drinking, 272. Quaker loves an ample brim, the, 586. Qualities, see a man's good, 578. Quality of mercy is not strained, 64. of success which includes all others, 609. taste of your, 134. things outward do draw the inward, 158. things that have a common, 755. true-fixed and resting, 112. Quantity of love, with all their, 144. Quantum, o' the sin, 448. Quarelets of pearl, 201. Quarles saved by beauties not his own, 331. Quarrel, entrance to a, 130. in a straw, 142. is a very pretty, 441. just, he that hath his, 94. justice of my, 40. sudden and quick in, 69. with my bread and butter, 292. Quarrels of lovers, 702. pick no, 398. thy head is as full of, 107. who in, interpose, 349. would not last long, 796. Quarrelsome, countercheck, 72. Quarries rocks and hills, 150. Quarry, sagacious of his, 239. the pregnant, 394. Quarry-slave, like the, 572. Quart of mighty ale, 3. Quean, extravagant, 442. Queen, apparent, 233. Bess, image of good, 585. Elizabeth, scandal about, 441. hail their, fair regent, 426. Mab hath been with you, 104. o' the May, I 'm to be, 624. of land and sea, Rome the, 642. of the world, 674. rose of the rosebud garden, 631. shall be as drunk as we, 362. she looks a, 337. would grace a summer's, 492. Quem Jupiter vult perdere, 707. Question, answer not every, 711. begging the, 853. marriage an open, 602. of despair, the hurried, 550. that is the, 135. two sides to every, 765. Questions, ask me no, 401. deep, arguments and, 163. Questionable shape, in such a, 130. Questioning is not the mode of conversation, 373. Questionings of sense, 478. Qui desiderat pacem, 425. fugiebat, rursus proeliabitur, 216. fuit peut revenir aussi, 216. Quick bosoms, quiet to, 543. bright things come to confusion, 57. in quarrel, sudden and, 69. Quickly, well it were done, 117. Quickness, with too much, 321. Quicksands, life hath, 614. Quid velit et possit, 409. Quiddities, where be his, 143. Quiddity and entity, 210. Quiet and peace, calm, 249. as a nun, the holy time is, 470. be, and go a-angling, 208. breast, truth hath, a, 80. conscience, a still and, 99. dream, glide through a, 538. kiss me and be, 350. life, anything for a, 852. Merryman and Dyet, Dr., 293. rich and infamous, 592. rural and retirement, 355. study to be, 847. to quick bosoms is a hell, 543. us in a death so noble, 242. Quiets of the past, hallowed, 661. Quietus make with a bare bodkin, 135. Quill from an angel's wing, 484. Quills, stops of various, 248. upon the porcupine, 131. upon the porpentine, 131. Quillets of the law, nice sharp, 93. where be his, 143. Quintessence of perception, 663. Quintilian stare and gasp, made, 252. Quip modest, 72. Quips and cranks, 248. and sentences, 51. Quire of bad verses, 593. Quiring to young-eyed cherubims, 65. Quirks of blazoning pens, 151. Quit oh quit this mortal frame, 334. your books, up my friend and, 466. yourselves like men, 814. Quiver, after the soul, is gone the limbs will, 375. full, man that hath his, 824. Quiver's choice, devil in his, 560. Quos deus vult perdere, 269. laeserunt et oderunt, 275. Quotation, classical, 374. Quote, by delight we all, 603. grow immortal as they, 310. Quoter next to the originator, the, 604.

R, months without an, 857. Rabelais, quart d'heure de, 348. Rabelais' easy chair, 330. Race, boast a generous, 354. forget the human, 547. friend to human, 346. heavenly, demands thy zeal, 359. is a life, 608. is not to the swift, 831. is won, the, 667. man's imperial, 326. of man like leaves, 338. of other days, 564. of politicians, 290. rear my dusky, 626. runs twice his, 262. slinks out of the, 254. stars of human, 414. swiftness in the forward, 572. waste their music on the savage, 311. woes to thy imperial, 345. Rachel weeping, 838. Rack behind, leave not a, 43. desire is a perpetual, 188. dislimns, 158. of a too easy chair, 332. of this tough world, 149. the value, being lost we, 53. Radiance of eternity, 565. Radiant light, by her own, 244. pearl, no, 424. Radish, like a forked, 90. Rafael made a century of sonnets, 645. of the dear Madonnas, 645. Rage, deaf as the sea in, 80. for fame, 431. heaven has no, 294. not die here in a, 292. of the vulture, 549. penury repressed their noble, 384. strong without, 257. swell the soul to, 272. Raggedness, windowed, 147. Raging fever burns, so when a, 303. Rags, clothe a man with, 828. man forget not though in, 391. virtue though in, 274. Rail on the Lord's anointed, 97. Railed on Lady Fortune, 68. Railer, Boreas blustering, 672. Rain a deluge showers, 453. as the mist resembles the, 614. came in slanting lines, 667. cats and dogs, 293. daggers, 192. gentle, from heaven, 64. in the aire, 30. in thunder lightning or in, 115. in winter when the dismal, 667. influence, bright eyes, 249. into each life some, must fall, 613. is over and gone, 832. it raineth every day, 77. may enter the king cannot, 365. pierces the hard marble, 32. poppies overcharged with, 338. some, must fall, 613. sunshine follows the, 664. sweetest, makes not fresh, 183. thirsty earth soaks up the, 260. upon the mown grass, 821. Rains fall after great battles, 725. Rainbow, another hue unto the, 79. colours of the, 294. comes and goes, 477. once in heaven, awful, 574. to the storms of life, 550. Raineth every day, rain it, 77. Rainy day, in a very, 829. morrow, windy night a, 162. Raise me up, God shall, 26. what is low in me, 223. Raised a mortal to the skies, 272. Rake, woman is at heart a, 321. Raleigh spoke, words brave, 330. thus immortal Sidney shone thus, 671. Ralph to Cynthia howls, 331. Ralpho thou dost prevaricate, 211. Ram, snow-white, 481. Rambling in thought, 755. Ramrod, swallowed a, 744. Ran to help me when I fell, 535. Rancour of your tongue, 672. Random, many a shaft at, sent, 492. many a word at, spoken, 492. pearls at, strung, 437. stringing stars at, 654. words at, flung, 437. Range with humble livers, 98. Rank is but the guinea's stamp, 452. my offence is, 139. pride and haughtiness, 298. Ranks and squadrons, 112. Rankest compound of villanous smell, 46. Rant and swear, 274. as well as thou, 145. Raphaels Correggios and stuff, 400. Rapids are near, the, 518. Rapt inspired, filled with fury, 390. one of the godlike forehead, 486. ship run on her side, 37. Rapture on the lonely shore, 547. the first fine careless, 647. to the dreary void, 549. Raptures, high, do infuse, 220. swell, for him no minstrel, 488. Rapture-smitten frame, 513. Rare are solitary woes, 308. as a day in June, what is so, 658. Ben Jonson, 177. her virtues were so, 35. neither rich nor, 327. new-laid eggs, roasted, 274. rich and, the gems she wore, 520. Rareness, a strain of, 160. Rarity of Christian charity, 586. Rascal, biggest, on two legs, 748. counters, 114. hath given me medicines, 84. Rascals, to lash the, naked, 155. Rascally yea-forsooth knave, 88. Rash, splenitive and, 144. Rashly importunate, 586. Rasselas, history of, 368. Rat, I smell a, 172, 787. in a hole, like a poisoned, 292. Rats and such small deer, 147. leave a sinking ship, 719. Rated me in the Rialto, 61. Rathe primrose, bring the, 247. Rather be a dog and bay the moon, 114. than be less, 226. Rational hind Costard, 54. Rattle his bones over the stones, 683. pleased with a, 318. where mingles war's, 489. Rattling around, down dashed, 358. crags among, 544. Ravage all the clime, to, 428. with impunity a rose, 643. Rave recite and madden round, 326. Ravelled sleave of care, 119. Raven down of darkness, 244. nevermore, quoth the, 640. on yon left hand, 349, 701. Ravens feed, he that doth the, 67. Ravin up thine own life's means, 120. Ravished ears, with, 271. eyes, turn my, 299. with the whistling of a name, 319. younger hearings are, 55. Ravishment, enchanting, 243. Raw in fields, 273. Ray, beauty's heavenly, 549. fancy's meteor, 447. hope emits a brighter, 399. serene, gem of purest, 385. whose unclouded, 321. with hospitable, 402. with prophetic, 550. Rays, hide your diminished, 322. tea thousand dewy, 486. young fancy's, 447. Rayless majesty, 306. Raze out the written troubles, 125. Razed from the book of honour, 161. Razor, satire like a polished, 350. Razors cried up and down, 432. Razure of oblivion, 49. Reach of art, beyond the, 323. of ordinary men, above the, 470. the small, the great cannot, 29. Reaches of our souls, beyond the, 131. Reaction, attack is the, 372. Read and write comes by nature, 51. as inclination leads, 371. aught that ever I could, 57. blockhead ignorantly, 325. exceedingly well, 86. he that runs may, 422. Homer once, 280. in story old, 489. like a book never, 181. mark and inwardly digest, 850. my little fable, 629. my title clear, 303. old authors to, 171. slow, learn to, 265. the perfect ways of honour, 101. to doubt or read to scorn, 494. what do you, 133. what is twice, 369. Reads much, he, 111. Reader reads no more, when the last, 636. wait a century for a, 670. Readers sleep, to give their, 331. Readeth, he may run that, 836. Readiness is all, 145. Reading as was never read, 332. between the lines, 803. easy writing 's curst hard, 443. he that I am, has most force, 776. maketh a full man, 168. stuff the head with, 332. what they never wrote, 419. Ready booted and spurred, 682. ere I called her name, 288. to try our fortunes, 90. with all your thunderbolts, 114. with every nod to tumble, 97. writer, pen of a, 820. Real Simon Pure, 671. Realm, riding o'er the azure, 383. that mysterious, 572. this earth this, 81. youth of the, 94. Realms above, constancy lives in, 500. obey, whom three, 326. of gold, I have travelled in, 576. of shade, the pale, 572. these are our, 550. to see, whatever, 394. Reap, as you sow ye are like to, 214. the whirlwind, 835. Reaped, his chin new, 83. the thorns which I have, 544. Reaper whose name is death, 613. Reapers, white-winged, 264. Reaper's work is done, 570. Reaping, ever, something new, 626. grew the more by, 159. Rear my dusky race, she shall, 626. the tender thought, 355. Rearward of a conquered woe, 162. Reason, a woman's, 44. according to soundest, 753. act according to, 754. and the will of God, 665. approved my pleaded, 237. asked one another the, 71. but from what we know, 315. capability and godlike, 142. common law is nothing but, 24. confidence of, 475. discourse of, 128. feast of, and flow of soul, 328. firm the temperate will, 475. for my rhyme, 30. how noble in, 134. in the faith of, 504. indu'd with sanctity of, 236. is left free to combat it, 434. is staggered, 411. is the life of the law, 24. itself, kills, 254. law is the perfection of, 24. measured by principle, 743. men have lost their, 113. men that can render a, 828. most absurd to, 127. most sovereign, 136. my pleaded, 237. neither rhyme nor, 30, 70. no sooner knew the, 71. nothing is law that is not, 278. of his fancies, 253. of strength, if by, 822. of the case, consider the, 278. on compulsion, 85. panders will, 140. perfection of, 24. prisoner, takes the, 116. regulates all things, 743. ruling passion conquers, 322. smiles from, flow, 238. sons of valour liberty, and, 358. stands aghast, 673. strong and replication prompt, 163. the card passion the gale, 317. theirs not to, why, 628. under control, keep, 755. virtue naught can me bereave, 357. war with rhyme, 180. why I cannot tell, 286. why so few marriages are happy, 291. with pleasure, mixed, 399. worse appear the better, 226, 759. would despair, where, 377. Reasons as two grains of wheat, 60. plentiful as blackberries, 85. who wisely, 320. why men drink, 793. why we smile and sigh, 569. Reason's spite, in erring, 316. whole pleasure, 319. Reasoned high of providence, 228. Reasonest well, Plato thou, 298. Reasoning beings, 751. pride in, 320. Reasonings, books full of stoical, 744. not wanted now, 744. Rebel, use 'em kindly they, 313. Rebels from principle, 410. Rebellion to tyrants, 859. Rebellious hell, 140. liquors in my blood, 67. Rebuff, then welcome each, 649. Rebuke, open, is better, 829. Recalled, anything that could be, 609. Recede, to sigh yet not, 444. Receive, more blessed to give than to, 843. Receives, who much, 672. Rechabite poor Will must live, 289. Reck the rede, 448. Reckless libertine, 129. what I do to spite the world, 121. Reckoned, beggary in the love that can be, 157. Reckoners without their host, 12. Reckoneth without his hostess, 32. Reckoning made, no, 132. so comes the dreadful, 348. to the end of, 49. trim, 87. Reeks not his own rede, 129. Recoil, impetuous, 229. Recoils on itself, revenge, 238. Recollection, when fond, 537. Recommendation, a silent, 709. toil without, 668. Recommends itself, sweetly, 117. Recompense, heaven sent a, 386. Reconciliation, temple of silence and, 592. Record, weep to, 513. Records that defy the tooth of time, 311. trivial fond, 132. Recorded time, last syllable of, 125. Recorders, flutes and soft, 225. Recording angel dropped a tear, the, 379. Recreant limbs, a calf's-skin on, 79. Recreation, angling innocent, 208. Rectitude, in doubt of, 748. Red as a rose is she, 498. black to, began to turn, 213. bokes clothed in black or, 1. celestial rosy, 238. her lips were, 256. making the green one, 120. men scalped each other, 592. red rose, my luve 's like a, 451. right hand, 227. roses, and violets blew, 28. so dyed double, 38. spirits and gray, 173. Redbreast, call for the robin, 181. Rede, better reck the, 448. recks not his own, 129. ye tent it, 449. Redeem thy name, though late, 331, 354. Redeemer's name be sung, 302. Redeeming love, triumph in, 674. Redemption, everlasting, 53. from slavery, 150. Reed, broken, 834. bruised, shall he not break, 834. man is but a thinking, 798. Refined as ever Athens heard, 672. gold, to gild, 79. Refinement on the principles of resistance, 408. Refining, still went on, 399. Reflect on what they knew, 325. Reflection came, cool, 494. remembrance and, 316. Reflections, in vain sedate, 320. Reform it altogether, 137. Reformation, age of, 435. Reformed that, we have, 137. Refrain to-night, 141. Refreshes in the breeze, 316. Refreshment, draught of cool, 577. Refuge and my fortress, 822. and strength, God is our, 820. from confession, suicide but, 533. of a scoundrel, last, 372. Refute a sneer, who can, 673. Regard, things without all remedy should be without, 121. Regardless of their doom, 381. Regent of love-rhymes, 55. of the night, fair, 426. of the sky, moon sweet, 426. Region of smooth or idle dreams, 255. of thick-ribbed ice, 48. Regions to change their site, force, 212. Regret can die, O last regret, 633. old age is a, 608. wild with all, 630. Regular as infants' breath, 502. battle, I had a, 701. icily, splendidly null, 631. Rehearse, your being shall, 162. Reherse as neighe as he can, 2. Reign, here we may, secure, 224. in hell, better to, 224. is worth ambition, to, 224. of Chaos and old Night, 224. undisturbed their ancient, 642. Reigneth, the lord, 822. Rejoice in thy youth, 831. let the earth, 822. the desert shall, 834. we in ourselves, 502. Rejoicing with heaven and earth, 254. Relations, man is a bundle of, 601. Relentless power, 382. Relents, my vigour, 408. Relic of departed worth, 541. Relics, cold and unhonoured, 519. crucifixes beads, 215. hallowed, 251. Relief, for this, much thanks, 126. give, and heaven will bless, 433. of man's estate, 169. 't is a poor, we gain, 303. Relieve a brother, exquisite to, 447. the wretched, to, 396. Religion, blunderbuss against, 370. blushing veils her fires, 332. breathing household laws, 472. distant rewards of, 369. freedom of, 435. he made it a part of his, 291. his, an anxious wish, 578. humanities of old, 504. in our northern colonies, 408. liberty and law, 675. mother of form and fear, 39. one, is as true as another, 193. philosophy bringeth about to, 166. pledged to, 675. rum and true, 556. stands on tiptoe, 205. the world of one, 604. was intended to be mended, as if, 211. without a prelate, 588. writers against, 407. Religious book or friend, with a, 174. light, dim, 250. man, unworthy a, 578. Relish him more in the soldier, 151. of salvation in 't, 139. of the saltness of time, 88. Reluctant amorous delay, 232. stalked off, 355. Remainder biscuit, dry as the, 68. Remained to pray, 397. Remains, all that, of thee, 548. be kind to my, 270. Remark was shrewd, his, 416. Remedies for extreme diseases, 700. oft in ourselves do lie, 73. Remedy for all things, 789. for every trouble, 701, 709. found out the, 47. sought the, 71. things without all, 121. worse than the disease, 165. Remember absent friends, 757. an apothecary, I do, 108. days of joy, 769. I cannot but, such things were, 124. I remember I, 583, 595. Lot's wife, 842. Milo's end, 278. now thy Creator, 831. sweet Alice, don't you, 680. the end, 837. the poor creature, I do, 89. the power of beauty I, 272. thee, far less sweet than to, 529. thee yea, 132. thy swashing blow, 104. whan it passed is, 5. what pulls the strings, 756. Remembers me of his gracious parts, 79. Remembered, agony that cannot be, 504. be all my sins, 136. in flowing cups, 92. joys are never past, 496. kisses after death, 630. never said anything that was, 609. sorrows sweeten present joy, 588. tolling a departing friend, 88. Remembering happier things, 626. Remembrance and reflection, 316. dear, makes the, 74. how painful the, 354. of the just shall flourish, 851. of things past, 161. rosemary that 's for, 142. writ in, 81. Remnant of our Spartan dead, 557. of uneasy light, 474. Remorse, farewell, 231. Remorseful day, 94. Remote from cities lived a swain, 348. from common use, 556. from man with God, 305. unfriended melancholy slow, 394. Remove, drags at each, 394. not the ancient landmark, 828. Removes, three, as bad as a fire, 360. Render therefore unto Caesar, 840. to all their dues, 844. to my God, what shall I, 301. Rends thy constant heart, sigh that, 402. Renewal of love, 702, 708. Renewing of love, 21. Renounce the devil, 850. Renown, deathless my, 339. forfeit fair, 488. some for, 310. wight of high, 406. Renowned Spenser, 179. victories no less, 252. Rent is sorrow, her, 204. the envious Casca made, 113. Repair, friendship in constant, 370. Reparation for our rights, 364. Repast and calm repose, 386. what neat, shall feast us, 252. Repay, to-morrow will, 276. Repeal of bad laws, 664. Repeat no grievances, 398. Repeats his words, 79. Repeateth a matter, he that, 827. Repeating, oft, they believe 'em, 288. Repent at leisure, 295. to grieve yet not, 444. what 's past, 141. Repentance amid the roses fierce, 355. for the ill we have done, 795. of a bad bargain, 719. Repenting, after no, 252. Replication, prompt, 163. Reply, churlish, 72. I pause for a, 113. theirs not to make, 628. Report, evil and good, 846. gossip, 63. me and my cause aright, 145. they bore to heaven, 307. things of good, 847. thy words, how he may, 242. Repose, finds but short, 329. hushed in grim, 383. in trembling hope, 386. manners had not that, 623. statue-like, 639. sweet repast and calm, 386. wakes from short, 394. Reprehend anything, if I, 440. Repressing ill, crowning good, 438. Reproach of being, 163. Reprobation, fall to, 156. Reproof on her lips, 582. valiant, 72. Reproved each dull delay, 396. Reputation dies at every word, 326. I have lost my, 152. men survive their own, 777. more than money, 708. reputation, reputation, 152. seeking the bubble, 69. written out of, 284. Reputed wise, 60. Request, conformity is in most, 601. of friends, 326. Requiem chants, the master's, 599. Researches deep, 443. Resentment glows, with one, 339. Reserve, Providence is with the last, 811. thy judgment, 130. Residence, a forted, 49. Resign, few die and none, 435. Resignation gently slopes the way, 396. vacancies by, none, 435. Resigned when ills betide, 362. Resist the devil, 849. Resistance, principles of, 408. Resisted, know not what 's, 448. Resistless eloquence, 241. Resolute and great, be, 661. Resolution, armed with, 295. native hue of, 136. never tell your, beforehand, 196. pull in, 125. to fire it off himself, 370. Resolve, heart to, 430. itself into a dew, 127. silence is the best, 795. wise to, 342. Resolves the moon into salt tears, 109. Resolved, once to be, 153. to live a fool, 196. to ruin or to rule, 267. Resort of mirth, all, 250. various bustle of, 244. Resounding line, the full, 329. Respect, nature 's above art in that, 148. of persons, no, 844. of place or persons, no, 75. thyself, most of all, 238. to the opinions of mankind, 434. upon the world, too much, 59. Respectability, ultimum moriens of, 638. Resplendent hair, most, 483. Rest and be thankful, 859. can never dwell where, 223. dove found no, 812. eternal sabbath of his, 277. fancies that keep her from her, 125. gets him to, 92. her soul she is dead, 143. in the grave, 561. is silence, the, 146. like a warrior taking his, 563. nowhere, the, 855. perturbed spirit, 133. so may he, 100. strength of mind is not, 317. there the weary be at, 816. to their lasting, 80. too much, itself becomes a pain, 346. veneration but no, 166. who sink to, 389. Rested under the drums, 219. Resting quality, true-fixed and, 112. Resting-place so fair, no mortal, 546. Restless ecstasy, to lie in, 121. violence, blown with, 48. Restlessness, round our, His rest, 620. Restorer, nature's sweet, 306. Restraint, liberty is wholesome, 531. luxurious by, 238. Restreine thy tonge, 5. Resty sloth, 160. Resumption, the way to, 619. Resurrection, hope of the, 851. Retired leisure, 249. Retirement, Plato's, 241. rural quiet, 355. short, urges sweet return, 239. Retiring ebb, ne'er feels, 155. Retort courteous, 72. Retreat a single inch, I will not, 605. friend in my, 416. loopholes of, 420. make an honourable, 70. Retreats, beauty dwells in deep, 485. of the ocean, sunless, 524. Retrograde, all that is human must, 430. Retrospection to the future, 440. Return, bid time, 81. I thought she bade me, 380. no more to his house, 816. retirement urges sweet, 239. there swift, diurnal, 237. thou art gone and never must, 247. to Lochaber no more, 671. to our muttons, 771. to our wethers, 771. unto thy rest my soul, 497. vilest sinner may, 303. Returning as tedious as go o'er, 123. Reveal no secrets, 398. Revel of the earth, the, 544. Revels, midnight, 225. now are ended, 43. the winds their, keep, 679. Revelry, by night, sound of, 542. midnight shout and, 243. Revenge at first though sweet, 238. back on itself recoils, 238. capable and wide, 155. forgiveness better than, 758. hath stomach for them all, 156. if not victory, 226. is a kind of wild justice, 164. is profitable, 430. is virtue, with whom, 311. it will feed my, 63. malice couched with, 232. study of, 223. sweet is, to women, 556. will most horribly, 93. Revenges, time brings in his, 77. Revenons a nos moutons, 771. Revenue, streams of, 531. Reverberate hills, halloo your name to the, 75. Revered abroad, 447. Reverence, none so poor to do him, 113. to God, a due, 170. to yon peeping moon, 173. Reverend head, the wise the, 303. signiors, grave and, 149. vice that grey iniquity, 85. Reveries so airy, 419. Reversion in the sky, 335. Reviewers people who have failed, 505. Revisit'st glimpses of the moon, 131. Revolts from true birth, 106. Revolution, age of, 435. Revolutions are not made they come, 641. never go backward, 641. Revolves the sad vicissitudes, 393. Revolving moon, of one, 268. Reward, though late a sure, 294. virtue is its own, 206. virtue to itself a, 207. Rewards, fortune's buffets and, 137. of religion, the distant, 369. the world its veterans, 321. Re-word, I the matter will, 141. Rhamses knows, she knows what, 621. Rhapsody of words, 140. Rhetoric, could not ope his mouth for, 210. dazzling fence of, 246. logic and, 168. ornate, 254. wit and gay, 246. Rhetorician's rules teach nothing, 210. Rheum, how now foolish, 79. Rhine, the castled, 613. wash the river, 503. wide and winding, 543. Rhinoceros, armed, 122. Rhone, rushing of the arrowy, 543. Rhyme, beautiful old, 163. build the lofty, 246. dock the tail of, 635. epic's stately, 618. hitches in a, 328. making legs in, 387. nor reason, 30, 70. one for, one for sense, 213. outlive this powerful, 162. reason for my, 30. reason war with, 180. the rudder is of verses, 211. those that write in, 213. unattempted in prose or, 223. Rhymes I had in store, 506. ring out my mournful, 633. Rhymed or unrhymed poem, 578. Rhyming peer, 326. planet, born under a, 54. Rialto, in the, 61. what news on the, 61. wished him five fathom under the, 554. Riband bound, but what this, 220. in the cap of youth, 142. to stick in his coat, 646. Ribbed sea-sand, 498. Ribs, knock at my, 116. of death, under the, 245. over-weathered, 62. Rice, best not stir the, 791. Rich and rare were the gems, 520. and strange, into something, 42. are possessed by their money, the, 188. at once, no good man, 713. beyond the dreams of avarice, 374, 378. from want of wealth, 387. gifts wax poor, 136. he that maketh haste to be, 829. in barren fame, 344. in good works, 848. in having such a jewel, 44. in saving common sense, 627. in virtue, 343. live like a wretch and die, 188. man, honest preferred to a, 733. man to enter the kingdom, 840. men rule the law, 395. nor rare, neither, 327. not gaudy, 130. plagues that haunt the, 424. poor and content is, 153. quiet and infamous, 592. soils often to be weeded, 168. the treasure, 271. they poor, I, 22. windows, 386. with forty pounds a year, 396. with little store, 22. with the spoils of nature, 217. with the spoils of time, 384. with Thee, we are, 421. without a fault, 337. Richard, awe the soul of, 296. conqueror, came in with, 72. is himself again, 296. Richard O my king, 803. struck terror to the soul of, 97. Richer for poorer, 850. than all his tribe, 157. Riches and honour in her left hand, 825. best, 396. flow from bounteous heaven, 346. from every scene of creation, 457. good name better than, 790, 827. he heapeth up, 820. infinite, in a little room, 41. make themselves wings, 828. neither poverty nor, 829. of heaven's pavement, 225. possessed not enjoyed, 342. that grow in hell, 225. virtue and, seldom settle on one man, 190. Richmonds in the field, six, 98. Rid on 't,

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