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body's guest, go, 25. thou hast much goods laid up, 842. three books on the, 645. through my lips, 623. tilts with a straw, 484. to dare the will to do, the, 491. to keep, pray the Lord my, 687. to soul, intercourse from, 333. to stray, never taught his, 315. transmigration of the, 765. tumult of the, 481. two bodies with one, 340. unborn ages crowd not on my, 383. unction to your, 141. under the ribs of death, 245. uneasy and confined from home, 315. unlettered small-knowing, 54. unto his captain Christ, gave his, 82. unto the lines accords, 205. vigour is in our immortal, 303. was immortal, that the, 760. was like a star, thy, 472. white as heaven, 197. whiteness of his, 543. why shrinks the, 298. with crosses and cares to fret thy, 30. within her eyes, 554. Souls, above the flight of common, 393. are ripened in our northern sky, 433. assembled, 217. beyond the reaches of our, 131. corporations have no, 24. great, are portions of eternity, 656. his memory green in our, 519. immediate jewel of their, 153. made of fire, 311. of all that men held wise, 217. of fearful adversaries, 95. sit close and silently, our, 274. such harmony is in immortal, 65. sympathy with sounds in, 421. that cringe and plot, 658. that were forfeit once, 47. thought of thinking, 579. thoughts as boundless our, as free, 550. times that try men's, 431. to souls can never teach, 653. two, with a single thought, 806. unbodied dwell, 347. we loved, to see the, 631. whose sudden visitations daze the world, 594. Soul's calm sunshine, 319. dark cottage, 221. far better part, the, 338. sincere desire, prayer is the, 497. strength, stuff to try the, 649. Soul-animating strains, 485. Soul-sides, the meanest boasts, 645. Sound an echo to the sense, 324. and fury, full of, 125. born of murmuring, 469. charm the air to give a, 123. dirge-like, 408. divine, may kill a, 416. hark from the tombs a doleful, 303. harmonious, 236. harsh in, 103. however rude the, 393. impetuous recoil and jarring, 229. like the sweet, 74. most melodious, they heard a, 28. music with her silver, 404. Niagara stuns with thundering, 395. no, can awake him, 666. no war or battle's, 251. of a knell, sighed at the, 416. of a voice that is still, 627. of clashing wars, no, 642. of friend's departing feet, 661. of hammer or of saw, 421. of my name, hearest the, 678. of one's praises, 741. of revelry by night, 542. of the church-going bell, 416. of thunder heard remote, 227. of woman's praise, 593. out-vociferize even, itself, 285. persuasive, 294. pipes and whistles in his, 69. same, is in my ears, 471. silence implying, 649. silence where hath been no, 583. silver-sweet, 106. so fine, 676. soothed with the, 271. strikes like a rising knell, deep, 542. sweet is every, 630. the clarion fill the fife, 493. the loud timbrel, 524. the trumpet beat the drums, 281. trumpet give an uncertain, 845. what stop she please, 138. which makes us linger, 548. whistles in his, 69. winter loves a dirge-like, 486. words of thundering, 397. Sounds as a sullen bell, 88. blowing martial, 224. concord of sweet, 66. melodious, on every side, 253. not rural sights alone but rural, 417. of music creep in our ears, 65. possessed with inward light, 503. sympathy with, 421. Sounded all the depths of honour, 100. Sounder piece of British manhood, 579. Sounding brass, 845. cataract haunted me, 467. on through words, 465, 480. Sour, every sweet its, 404. grapes, have eaten, 835. lofty and, 101. misfortune's book, 108. Source of all my bliss, 398. of human offspring, 234. of sympathetic tears, 382. Sour-complexioned man, 206. South and southwest side, 210. beaker full of the warm, 575. no North no East no West no, 517. Sovereign among soldiers, 495. heaven's, 308. here lies our, 279. law sits empress, 438. lord the king, here lies our, 279. Magna Charta will have no, 24. might, of our, 29. o'er transmuted ill, 366. of sighs and groans, 55. parts, a man of, 55. reason, noble and most, 136. sway and masterdom, 117. when I forget my, 426. Sovereigns, dead but sceptred, 554. name ourselves its, 554. soldier among, 495. Sovereignest thing on earth, 83. Sow for him build for him, 470. he that observeth the wind shall not, 831. still, eats all the draffe, 13. thy seed in the morning, 831. wrong, by the ear, 19, 785. ye are like to reap, as you, 214. Soweth here with toil and care, 508. whatsoever a man, 847. Sown the wind, 835. Space and time, annihilate but, 330. double life's fading, 262. Spacious firmament on high, 300. Spade a spade, call a, 731. if you don't call me a, 293. Spades emblems of untimely graves, 420. Spain, singed the beard of the king of, 616. Spain's chivalry, 560. Spake as a child when I was a child, 845. ful fayre, Frenche she, 1. the grisly terror, so, 229. the seraph Abdiel, 235. upon this hint I, 151. Span, dwindled to the shortest, 433. grasp the ocean with my, 303. in length a, 201. less than a, 170. new, spick and, 172, 212, 792. our life is but a, 687. Spangled heavens, 300. Spangling the wave, 492. with lights, 492. Spaniards seem wiser than they are, 166. Spaniel, hound or, 148. Spanish blades, ambuscadoes, 105. dominions, the sun never sets on, 495. fleet thou canst not see, 441. or neat's leather, 213. Spanking Jack was so comely, 436. Spare Fast, 249. my aching sight, 383. that tree, woodman, 595. the beechen tree, 516. the rod, 8, 213, 262. Spared a better man, better, 87. Spareth his rod, he that, 826. Spark, illustrious, 416. instinct with music, 485. nor human, is left, 332. of beauty's heavenly ray, 549. of celestial fire, 425. of heavenly flame, vital, 334. of that immortal fire, 549. proud conceited talking, 390. Sparks fly upward, as the, 816. of fire, eyes like, 202. of fury, why flash those, 672. Sparkled was exhaled, 308. Sparkling and bright, 678. cross she wore, a, 325. with a brook, 536. Sparrow, caters for the, 67. fall or hero perish, 315. providence in the fall of a, 145. Sparrows, salt upon the tails of, 291. team of, 31. Spartan dead, remnant of our, 557. Speak after the manner of men, 844. and purpose not, 146. be slow to, 849. by the card, 143. comfort to that grief, 53. daggers to her, 139. every man truth, 847. from your folded papers, 636. gently 't is a little thing, 683. grief that does not, 124. he never so rudely, 2. if any, for him have I offended, 113. in a monstrous little voice, 57. in public on the stage, 459. it profanely, not to, 137. it was my hint to, 150. labour what to, 168. let him now, 850. lips are now forbid to, 581. losers must have leave to, 297. low if you speak love, 51. me fair in death, 65. more in a minute, 107. name which no one can, 508. of me as I am, 156. or die, 90. patience, all men's office to, 53. plain and to the purpose, 51. right on, I only, 114. something good, the worst, 205. tears that, 262. to me as to thy thinkings, 153. to the earth, 817. to thee in friendship's name, 523. too coldly, thou think'st I, 523. truly, if a man should, 83. well of no man living, he can, 737. well of you, 841. with most miraculous organ, 135. with the tongues of men, 845. Speaks an infinite deal of nothing, 60. angels listen when she, 279. to my spirit of thee, 552. Speaker, but I am truest, 160. no other, of my living actions, 101. Speaking, heard for their much, 838. things they ought not, 848. thought him still, 237. tongue, the, 603. Spear, freedom leaning on her, 637. Ithuriel with his, 234. snatched the, 443, 489. to equal the tallest pine, 224. Spears into pruning-hooks, 832. Special, loved gold in, 2. providence, 145. wonder, without our, 122. Spectacle of human happiness, 462. so ridiculous, no, 591. Spectacles of books, 277. on nose and pouch on side, 69. Spectators, pleasure to the, 593. Spectre-bark, off shot the, 498. Spectre-doubts, dispel ye, 513. Speculation in those eyes, 122. Speech abroad, there is a, 166. be alway with grace, let your, 847. better than silence, 700. day unto day uttereth, 819. discretion of, 167. dishonourable, for a general, 733. gentle of, 343. is a mirror of the soul, 714. is of time, 579. is shallow as time, 579. is silvern silence is golden, 579. is truth, 489. made to open man to man, 310. mend your, a little, 146. often regretted my, 714. persuasive sighs and, 339. plainness of, 846. poetry of, 545. propriety of, 169. rude am I in my, 149. rude in, though I be, 846. the image of actions, 757. thought deeper than, 653. thought wed itself with, 632. to conceal thoughts, 800. true use of, 403. was given to disguise thoughts, 310. was like to tapestry, 723. when thought is, 489. Speeches compared to cypress trees, 734. men's charitable, 170. Speed, add wings to thy, 229. be wise with, 311. in doing a thing, 724. the going guest, 328. the parting guest, 346. the soft intercourse, 333. thousands at his bidding, 252. to-day put back to-morrow, 29. Spell, kindled by the master's, 455. trance or breathed, 251. Spells, lime-twigs of his, 245. talismans and, 422. Spence, Sir Patrick, ballad of, 502. Spend another such a night, 96. or to lend or to give in, 279. to give to want to, 30. Spending, getting and, 476. Spenser, lie a little nearer, 179. lodge thee by Chaucer, or, 179. Spent, dayes that might be better, 29. them not in toys, 260. under the devil's belly, 773. what we, we have, 802. Sperit, never drink no, 659. Sphere, all quit their, 315. of our sorrow, from the, 567. she just began to move in, 409. two stars in one, 87. Spheres, music of the, 218. pleasures of the, 526. seems to shake the, 271. stars shot madly from their, 57. start from their, 131. Sphere-descended maid, 390. Spice of life, variety is the, 419. Spices grow, hills where, 302. Spick and span new, 172, 212, 792. Spicy nut-brown ale, 249. shore of Arabie the blest, 232. Spider, much like a subtle, 175. to the fly, said a, 605. Spiders, half-starved, 413. lately had two, 296. Spider's touch, how exquisitely fine, 316. Spider-like we feel the tenderest touch, 274. Spies, sorrows come not single, 142. Spigot wield, wilt thou the, 45. Spills itself in fearing to be spilt, 142. Spin, toil not neither do they, 838. Spinning sleeps on her soft axle, 237. Spins, Lord Fanny, 328. Spinsters and knitters in the sun, 75. Spires, watch the three tall, 626. whose silent finger, 481. ye antique towers ye distant, 381. Spirit, Brutus will start a, 110. calms, nought so much the, 556. chased, are with more, 62. clear, doth raise, 247. Creator drew his, 270. ditties of no tone, 576. doubtful public, 411. dull as night, 66. ere my fainting, fell, 553. exhilarate the, 417. extravagant and erring, 126. fair, rest thee now, 570. fairer, or more welcome shade, 313. for my minister one fair, 547. full of, as the month of May, 86. giveth life the letter killeth, 846. God the Son God the, 303. haughty, before a fall, 826. he that ruleth his, 827. hies to his confine, 126. his great Creator drew his, 270. holiday-rejoicing, 509. humble tranquil, 182. I am thy father's, 131. ill, have so fair a house, 43. indeed is willing, 841. independence, thy, 392. meek and quiet, 849. motions of his, are dull as night, 66. no, dares stir abroad, 127. not of the letter but the, 846. of a youth, morning like the, 158. of counsel and might, 833. of health or goblin damned, 130. of heaviness, 834. of judgment, some shallow, 93. of knowledge, 833. of liberty, pardon something to the, 408. of man is divine, all save the, 549. of mankind, free, 572. of mortal be proud, 561. of my dream, change o'er the, 553. of self-sacrifice, 475. of the Lord, 833. of wine, O thou invisible, 152. of wisdom, 833. of youth in everything, 163. one of the flesh and one of the, 656. or more welcome shade, 313. pard-like, 565. present in, 845. rest perturbed, 133. shall return unto God, 832. sister, come away, 334. sits in a foggy cloud, 123. so profound, he felt with, 471. speaks to my, of thee, 552. strongest and fiercest, 226. that could be moved to smile, 111. that loved thee, wounded the, 682. the accusing, 379. the least erected, 225. to bathe in fiery floods, 48. unwearied, best conditioned and, 64. vanity and vexation of, 830. walks of every day deceased, 307. which is able to raise mortals, 532. which would drag angels down, 532. winged, is feathered oftentimes, 36. with one fair, 547. wounded, who can bear, 827. Spirits are not finely touched, 46. black and white, 173. can either sex assume, 224. choice and master, 112. clad in veils, 653. deified by our own, 470. from the vasty deep, 85. from their urns, 554. light, wins from toil, 387. love in heavenly, 28. of great events, 504. of just men made perfect, 848. of the wise sit in the clouds, 89. our actors were all, 43. stories from the land of, 502. twain have crossed with me, 806. vital in every part, 236. Spiriting gently, do my, 42. Spiritless, so faint so, 88. Spirit-small hand, 648. Spirit-stirring drum, 154. Spiritual creatures, millions of, 234. grace, inward and, 850. Spit in my face, 84. orators when out will, 71. upon my Jewish gaberdine, 61. Spite, death aims with fouler, 203. in erring reason's, 316. in learned doctors', 564. O cursed, 133. of all my grief revealing, 689. of criticising elves, 412. of his teeth, 8. of nature and their stars, 211. of scorn, thrice in, 225. the world, reckless what I do to, 121. Spleen about thee, mirth and, 300. meditative, 480. Splendid in ashes, 219. sight to see, a, 540. Splendidly null, 631. Splendour dazzles in vain, 568. in the grass, 478. streaming through the sky, 496. Splenitive and rash, 144. Split the ears of groundlings, 137. Spoil of me, villanous company the, 86. the child, spare the rod, 8, 213, 262. Spoils, is fit for stratagems and, 66. of nature, rich with the, 217. of time, rich with the, 384. of war the wealth of seas, 569. the pleasure of the time, 122. to the victors belong the, 676. Spoke less, knew more and, 738. Sponge, drink no more than a, 771. Spoon, must be a, 584. must have a long, 18. Spoons, count our, 370. from whom we guard our, 593. Sport an hour with beauty's chain, 525. not worth the candle, 206. of bear-baiting gave offence, 593. of every wind, 314. that wrinkled care derides, 248. to have the enginer, 141. with Amaryllis in the shade, 247. would be as tedious as to work, 83. Sports, my joy of youthful, 547. of children, 394. Sporus feel, can, 328. Spot is cursed, the, 472. leave this barren, 516. of earth, 481. out damned, 124. plant on his peculiar, 317. stir of this dim, 243. this punctual, 237. which men call earth, 243. Spots in the sun, 189. leopard change his, 835. of sunny openings, 536. quadrangular, 420. Spread his sweet leaves, 104. the thin oar, 318. the truth from pole to pole, 300. with colours idly, 80. yourselves, masters, 57. Spreads his light wings, 333. his orient beams, 233. Spreading himself, 819. Sprightly running, 276. Spring and root of honesty, 729. canker galls the infants of the, 129. come gentle, 355. comes slowly up this way, 499. companions of the, 438. from haunted, 251. full of sweet days, 204. in the, a livelier iris, 625. of love, 44, 498. of virtues, 35. of woes unnumbered, 336. Pierian, taste not the, 323. slow stream or pebbly, 504. supplies another race, the, 338. thine azure sister of the, 565. unlocks the flowers, 535. visit the mouldering urn, 428. Springs, Helicon's harmonious, 382. joy's delicious, 540. of Dove, beside the, 469. steeds to water at those, 159. Springes to catch woodcocks, 130. Springtime's harbinger, 199. Sprinkled with rosy light, 338. Spur, fame is the, 241. to prick the sides of my intent, 118. Spurs the lated traveller, 121. Spurned but spurned in vain, 24. by the young, 585. Spurns that patient merit takes, 135. Spy, knowledge is sorrow's, 217. Squadron in the field, 149. Squadrons, in ranks and, 112. Squander time, do not, 360. Square, all round the, 584. grows a glimmering, 630. hole, has got into the, 461. I have not kept my, 157. Squat like a toad, 234. Squeak and gibber, 126. as naturally as pigs, 210. Squeaking of the wry-necked fife, 62. Squeezing of a lemon, in the, 401. Squirrel joiner or old grub, 104. Stabbed with a white wench's black eye, 106. Stable door, shut the, 13. good horse in the, 401. Staff, cockle hat and, 405. of life, 283, 291. of my age my very prop, 62. of my life, 786. of this broken reed, 834. stay and the, 833. thy rod and thy, 819. Stage, after a well-graced actor leaves the, 82. all the world 's a, 69. amused his riper, 318. found only on the, 558. frets his hour upon the, 125. if this were played upon a, 76. natural on the, 399. poor degraded, 564. speak in public on the, 459. the earth is a, 194. the wonder of our, 179. the world but as a, 784. then to the well-trod, 249. veteran on the, 365. where every man must play a part, 60. where they do agree on the, 441. Stages, in our latter, 432. where'er his, may have been, 379. Stagers, old cunning, 213. Staggered, reason is, 411. the boldest, 408. Stagirite, that stout, 509. Stain, incapable of, 226. like a wound, felt a, 410. my man's cheeks, 146. Stairs, I came up, into the world, 294. why did you kick me down, 445. Stake, I am tied to the, 148. when honour 's at the, 142. Stakes were thrones, 555. Stale flat and unprofitable, 128. nor custom, 157. poor I am, 160. Stalk, four red roses on a, 97. withering on the, 477. Stalked off reluctant, 355. Stalled ox and hatred, 826. Stamford fair, bullocks at, 89. Stamp and esteem of ages, 266. not the king's, 282. of fate, 337. of nature, use can almost change the, 141. rank is but the guinea's, 452. Stamped, I that am rudely, 95. Stand and wait, they serve who, 252. a tiptoe, 92. before kings, 828. before mean men, shall not, 828. by uniting we, 426. how if a' will not, 52. in pause, 139. in your own light, 17. like greyhounds in the slips, 91. more for number, 48. not upon the order of your going, 122. still my steed, 614. the hazard of the die, 98. to doubt, never, 203. to your glasses steady, 641. united we, 595. upon his bottom, 265. ye in the ways, 835. Stands as never it stood, wind, 20. as the case, 172. not within the prospect of belief, 116. on tiptoe, religion, 205. Scotland where it did, 124. so, the statue, 356. tiptoe, jocund day, 108. upon a slippery place, 79. Standard of the man, 303. sheet, forever float that, 574. unfurled her, to the air, 573. Standeth, thinketh he, 845. Standing, as cheap sitting as, 292. jokes, wooden shoes are, 300. on this pleasant lea, 476. pond, mantle like a, 60. pool, green mantle of the, 147. upon the vantage ground of truth, 164. with reluctant feet, 614. Stanhope's pencil writ, lines with, 311. Stanley, approbation from Sir Hubert, 457. charge Chester charge on, 490. Stanza, who pens a, 326. Staple of all wisdom, 409. of his argument, 56. Star, a bright particular, 73. constant as the northern, 112. desire of the moth for the, 567. dropped like a falling, 225. fair as a, 469. for every state, 638. give a name to every fixed, 54. glittering like the morning, 409. heart that lurks behind a, 328. hitch your wagon to a, 603. in bigness as a, 230. in its embrace, had caught a, 681. light of the Maeonian, 325. lovers love the western, 487. man is his own, 183. never, was lost here, 645. of dawn, a later, 485. of empire, westward the, 312. of its worship, still to the, 524. of life's tremulous ocean, 528. of peace return, 515. of smallest magnitude, 230. of the unconquered will, 613. or two beside, a, 498. our life's, 477. pinned with a single, 582. pins it with a, 582. round and perfect as a, 667. state for every, 638. strives to touch a, 29. that bids the shepherd, 243. that ushers in the even, 163. thy soul was like a, 472. to stay the morning, 501. twinkling of a, 214. whose beam so oft has lighted me, 524. Stars are in the quiet skies, 607. are old, till the, 666. battlements bore, 479. beauty of a thousand, 41. blesses his, 297. blossomed the lovely, 616. branch-charmed by the earnest, 575. cut him out in little, 107. doubt thou the, are fire, 133. fairest of, 235. fault is not in our, 110. fought against Sisera, 814. glows in the, 316. have lit the welkin dome, 574. have their time to set, 570. heaven's vault studded with, 568. her eyes as, 474. hide their diminished heads, 231. hide your diminished rays, 322. illume the sky, when, 587. in earth's firmament, 613. in empty night, sink those, 496. in spite of nature and their, 211. in their courses, 814. innumerable as the, 235. kings are like, 565. look on the sea, as, 607. morning, sang together, 817. of glory there, set the, 573. of human race, 414. of midnight shall be dear, 469. of morning, 235. powdered with, 236. repairing, other, 236. rush out, the, 498. seen in the galaxy, 236. sentinel, set their watch, 515. shall fade away, 299. shine aloft like, 481. shooting, attend thee, 202. shot madly from their spheres, 57. start from their spheres, 131. that come once in a century, 656. that round her burn, 300. the life-inclining, 38. they fell like, 496. two, keep not their motion, 87. unutterably bright, 568. were more in fault than they, 287. which night's blue arch adorn, 424. who build beneath the, 309. whose dust is gold and pavement, 236. Star-chamber matter of it, 44. Stare, stony British, 631. Starers, stupid, 319. Star-eyed science, 513. Starlight, by cloudless, 522. glittering, 234. Star-like eyes, 200. Star-proof branching elm, 250. Starriest souls disclose, lives obscure the, 38. Starry cope of heaven, 234. Galileo with his woes, 545. girdle of the year, 513. host, that led the, 233. skies and cloudless climes, 551. sky, silence in the, 478. train, heaven's, 233. train, motion of his, 485. Star-spangled banner, 517. Start a hare, to, 84. of the majestic world, 110. straining upon the, 91. Starts everything by, and nothing long, 268. 't was wild by, 390. Started like a guilty thing, 126. Startles at destruction, 298. Starve, catch cold and, 159. in ice, 228. with nothing, 60. Star-y-pointing pyramid, 251. State, broken with the storms of, 100. expectancy and rose of the, 136. falling with a falling, 336. for every star, 638. great plot of, 263. hides from himself his, 365. high and palmy, of Rome, 126. high on a throne of royal, 226. I am the, 808. in Rome, devil to keep his, 110. in sober, 425. in whatsoever, I am, 847. man at his best, 820. matters, touch no, 398. mock the air with idle, 383. my business in this, 49. of life, duty in that, 850. of man like a little kingdom, 111. of man, this is the, 99. of nature, war was the, 407. of war by nature, 290. pillar of, seemed a, 227. ruin or rule the, 267. sail on O ship of, 615. scandal waits on greatest, 161. some service, I have done the, 156. some strange eruption to our, 126. star for every, 638. the rose of the fair, 136. thousand years to form a, 541. what constitutes a, 438. where Venice sate in, 544. without king or nobles, 588. State House, Boston, 638. States dissevered discordant, 533. free and independent, 429. indestructible, 619. move slowly, 170. no more slave, 619. saved without the sword, 606. shaker of o'er-rank, 199. unborn, acted over in, 112. walls do not make, 438. State's collected will, 438. decrees, mould a mighty, 633. Stateliest and most regal argument, 254. Stately and tall he moves, 682. homes of England, 569. mansions, build thee more, 636. pleasure-dome, 500. Statesman and buffoon, 268. to give an account of themselves, 741. too nice for a, 399. yet friend to truth, 323. Statesmen at her council met, 623. minds of some of our, 518. talked, where village, 397. Station like the herald Mercury, 140. post of honour is a private, 298. Statists hold it baseness to write fair, 145. Statuaries loved to copy, 590. Statue by his touch grew into youth, 531. grows, more the, 769. of Cato, 741. of Newton stood, where the, 475. that enchants the world, 356. Statue-like repose, 639. Stature, each man makes his own, 309. tall, her, 556. toys of simulated, 621. undepressed in size, 479. Statute, the rigour of the, 47. Stay and the staff, 833. I ask not to, 678. of bread, the whole, 833. of water, 833. staff and the, 833. who saw to wish her, 237. Stayed, too late I, 464. Steadfast as the scene, 468. Steadies with upright keel, she, 498. Steady gain of man, I see the, 618. temper, thy, 297. Steal a few hours from the night, 521. a shive of a cut loaf, 104. away give little warning, 433. away their brains, 152. away your hearts, 114. convey the wise it call, 45. foh a fico for the phrase, 45. from the world, 334. immortal blessing from her lips, 108. most authors, 325. my thunder, 282. us from ourselves away, years, 330. young children, witches, 187. Steals from the thief, 151. my purse steals trash, who, 153. Stealing and giving odour, 74. hands from picking and, 850. still so gently o'er me, 689. will continue stealing, 661. Stealth, do good by, 329. Steam, unconquered, 424. Steam-engine in trousers, 461. Steed, farewell the neighing, 154. mounts the warrior's, 487. no more on thy, 666. stand still my, 614. that knows his rider, 542. threatens steed, 92. Steeds, mounting barbed, 95. to water at those springs, 159. Steel, as with triple, 228. couch of war, flinty and, 151. foemen worthy of their, 491. grapple with hooks of, 129. grapple with hoops of, 129. heart is true as, 58. heart with strings of, 139. in complete, 131, 244. more than complete, 40. my man is as true as, 107. no workman, 535. nor poison can touch him further, 121. though locked up in, 94. Steep and thorny way, 129. my senses in forgetfulness, 89. no towers along the, 514. o'er bog or, 230. of Delphos, 251. on Sunium's marbled, 558. on the Indian, 243. where fame's proud temple shines, 428. Steeped me in poverty, 155. to the lips in misery, 614. Steeple, looking at the, 556. weathercock on a, 44. Steeples point to the sky, 504. Steepy mountains, 40. Steer clear of permanent alliances, 425. from grave to gay, 320. from grave to light, 273. my bark and sail, thus I, 354. right onward, 252. the plough, who, 598. Stem, moulded on one, 58. Stenches, two-and-seventy, 503. Step above the sublime, 431. aside is human, to, 448. first, which costs, 801. more true, foot more light, 491. to the music of the Union, 588. Steps, beware of desperate, 423. brushing the dews with hasty, 386. echo of the sad, 481. grace was in all her, 237. hear not my, 119. Lord directeth his, 826. morn her rosy, advancing, 234. of glory, who track the, 552. pilgrim, in amice gray, 241. safety walks in its, 460. thy, I follow with bosom bare, 392. to support uneasy, 224. tread with cautious, 362. were higher that they took, 269. what ghost invites my, 335. with fainting, they go, 398. with wandering, and slow, 240. Stephen Sly, 72. was a worthy peer, 406. Stepmother, merciless, 717. Stepped so far in blood, 123. to the sky, 655. Stepping o'er the bounds, 108. Stepping-stones, men may rise on, 631. Sterile promontory, earth seems a, 134. Stern and rock-bound coast, 569. god of sea, 253. ruin's ploughshare, 448. Sterner stuff, made of, 113. Stern'st good-night, gives the, 119. Sterte out of his slepe to, 2. Sterten to, but on hole for to, 4. Stick, beat with fist instead of a, 209. fell like the, 431. on conversation's burrs, 636. Sticking-place, screw your courage to the, 118. Stiff in opinions, 268. thwack, with many a, 211. Stiffen the sinews, 91. Stile, I 'm sitting on the, 611. Still achieving still pursuing, 612. an angel appear, 305. and quiet conscience, 99. and serious thought, 471. as night, attention, 227. beginning never ending, 272. destroying fighting still, 272. govern thou my song, 236. harping on my daughter, 133. prayer of devotion, 524. sad music of humanity, 467. small voice, 383, 815. so gently o'er me stealing, 689. soliciting eye, 146. sow eats up all the draffe, 13. the wonder grew, 397. their strength is to sit, 834. to be neat still to be drest, 178. waters, beside the, 819. Stillness and the night, 65. modest, and humility, 91. Still-vexed Bermoothes, 42. Stilly night, oft in the, 523. sounds, the hum of either army, 91. Sting, death where is thy, 335, 846. that bids not sit nor stand, 649. thee twice, have a serpent, 64. Stings and motions of the sense, 47. never feels the wanton, 47. you for your pains, 313. Stinger, 't is a, 173. Stingeth like an adder, 828. Stinks, well defined, 503. Stir, all hell for this shall, 93. as life were in 't, 125. fretful, unprofitable, 467. it, the more thou, 786. of the great Babel, 420. of this dim spot, smoke and, 243. the fire with a sword, 765. without great argument, 142. Stirs the blood, for it, 6. Stirred, my heart is idly, 471. Stirring, man fond of, 584. Stirrup and the ground, 684. Stitch stitch stitch, 585. Stithy, as foul as Vulcan's, 138. Stock of harmless pleasure, 369. of history, 486. Stocks and stones, worshipped, 252. Stocking all the day, 401. Stockings hung by the chimney, 527. Stoic fur, doctors of the, 246. of the woods, 516. Stoics boast, let, 317. Stoicism, the Romans call it, 298. Stolen, not wanting what is, 154. out of holy writ, 96. sweets are best, 297. waters are sweet, 825. when the steed is, 13. Stomach for them all, 156. goes against my, 70. mutinied against the, 724. my, is not good, 22. of unbounded, 100. Stomach's sake, wine for thy, 848. Stone, a gift is as a precious, 827. at his heels, 405. beneath the churchyard, 595. cold as any, 91. continual dropping wears away a, 706. fling but a, the giant dies, 354. in one hand bread in the other, 701. leave no, unturned, 809. many a rich, laid up, 182. mark with a white, 789. of the corner, head, 823. rolling, gathers no moss, 14, 711. rolling his, up the mountain, 617. set in the silver sea, 81. tell where I lie, not a, 334. this precious, 81. to beauty grew, the, 598. underneath this, doth lie, 178. unhewn and cold, 769. violet by a mossy, 469. virtue is like a rich, 167. walls do not a prison make, 260. we raised not a, 563. which the builders refused, 823. Stones, inestimable, 96. labour of an age, in piled, 251. music with the enamelled, 44. nor would make a state, 438. of Rome to rise, 114. of worth, like, 162. prate of my whereabout, 119. rattle his bones over the, 683. sermons in, 67. stocks and, worshipped, 252. Stone's throw, within a, 787. Stone-wall Jackson, 860. Stony limits cannot hold love out, 105. Stood against my fire, 148. against the world, 113. aloof, they, 500. among them but not of them, 544. and gazed, 501. beside a cottage lone, 589. fixed to hear, 237. in Venice on the bridge of sighs, 544. sufficient to have, 230. upon Achilles' tomb, 558. Stooks, she stood amid the, 584. Stools, between two, 10. push us from our, 122. trying to sit on two, 10. Stoop, grief makes his owner, 79. wisdom is nearer when we, 479. Stoops not, the grass, 161. to folly, lovely woman, 403. Stooped to truth, 328. Stop a hole, might, 144. to sound what, she please, 138. Stops of various quills, 248. Stopping a bung-hole, 144. Store, basket and, 814. heaven will bless your, 433. how grows in Paradise our, 569. is no sore, 11, 791. my heart and lute are all the, 525. rich with little, 22. to increase his, 392. unguarded, the, 321. Stores as silent thought can bring, 466. Stored up in books, 254. Storied urn, can, 384. windows richly dight, 250. Stories from the land of spirits, 502. great lords', 454. long dull and old, 459. nature built many, 222. of the death of kings, 82. tall men are like houses of four, 170. Storm, after a, comes a calm, 284. after storm, 678. and darkness, night and, 544. cable that ne'er broke in, 217. directs the, 299, 331. like gathering, 451. midway leaves the, 397. of war was gone, when the, 465. pelting of this pitiless, 147. pilot that weathered the, 464. rides upon the, 423. sublime and terrible, 462. that howls along the sky, 392. that stood the, 526. Storms annoy, no loud, 367. give her to the god of, 635. he sought the, 267. may enter, the king cannot, 365. of fate, struggling in the, 336. of life, rainbow to the, 550. of state, broken with the, 100. Stormy cape, round the, 356. March has come, 573. North, hills of the, 571. winds do blow, 176, 515. Story being done, my, 150. flows, divine thy, 345. God bless you, 464. honour is the subject of my, 110. I have none to tell, 464. is extant, the, 138. locks in the golden, 104. ne'er had been read in, 489. of Cambuscan bold, 250. of her birth, repeats the, 300. of my life, questioned me the, 150. of our days, shuts up the, 26. rough-island, 628. softness in the upper, 660. some pretty, tell, 535. teach him how to tell my, 151. will not go down, this, 363. Stout Cortez with eagle eyes, 576. courage will be put out, 26. miles, twelve, 472. not alive so, a gentleman, 87. once a month, 273. Straight down the crooked lane, 584. out of the ark, 460. Strain at a gnat, 840. of music, governed by a, 485. of rareness, a, 160. soft is the, 324. something like prophetic, 250. strive and hold cheap the, 649. that, again it had a dying fall, 74. the simplest can touch it, 525. Strained from that fair use, 106. quality of mercy is not, 64. Straining harsh discords, 108. his throat, 399. upon the start, 91. Strains, heaven's melodious, 640. soul-animating, 485. that might create a soul, 245. Strait is the gate, 839. Strand, American, 205. fair Scotland's, 452. I walked along the, 375. India's coral, 536. maypole in the, 352. on the Chian, 503. the guardian Naiad of the, 490. wandering on a foreign, 488. Strange all this difference, 351. as truth, nothing so, 534. bedfellows, 43. but true, 't is, 560. coincidence, a, 559. cozenage, 276. eruptions, breaks forth in, 85. eventful history, that ends this, 69. fellows, nature hath framed, 59. it was passing strange, 150. land, stranger in a, 813. matters, men may read, 117. oaths, soldier full of, 69. something rich and, 42. that death should sing, 80. that men should fear, 112. thing is man, 559. this is wondrous, 133. truth is always, 560. Stranger in a strange land, 813. surety for a, 825. than fiction, truth is, 560. yet to pain, 381. Strangers honoured, by, 335. I desire we may be better, 70. mourned, by, 335. to entertain, 848. Stratagem, nor take tea without a, 311. Stratagems and spoils, is fit for, 66. which errors seem, oft are, 323. Stratford atte bowe, scole of, 1. Straw, did not care one, 703. quarrel in a, 142. stumbles at a, 29. the soul tilts with a, 484. tickled with a, 318. to see which way the wind is, 195. Straws, errors like, 275. forms of hairs or, 327. Strawberries, doubtless God could have made a better berry, 208. what Dr. Boteler said of, 208. Strawberry wives, like the, 171. Streakings of the morning light, 574. Stream, as the leaf upon the, 491. at eve, by living, 357. in smoother numbers flows, 324. left to the mercy of a rude, 99. let us glide adown thy, 538. of time, 455. runneth smoothest, where the, 33. runs fast, the, 518. summer eves by haunted, 249. thy, my great example, 257. which overflowed the soul, 481. Streams from little fountains, large, 459. liquid lapse of murmuring, 237. meander, as, 610. more pellucid, 482. no resemblance with those, 257. of dotage flow, 365. of revenue gushed forth, 531. our gratulations flow in, 285. passions are likened to floods and, 25. run dimpling all the way, 328. snow-hid in Jenooary, 660. their gravel gold, 257. Streamed like a meteor, 383. Streamers waving, 242. Streaming eyes and breaking hearts, 625. splendour, 496. to the wind, like a meteor, 224. Street, uttereth her voice in the, 824. Streets, a lion is in the, 828. dogs fighting in the, 363. gibber in the Roman, 126. mourners go about the, 831. of Askelon, 814. rattling o'er the stony, 542. when night darkens the, 224. Strength, all below is, 270. be, as thy days so shall thy, 814. excellent to have a giant's, 48. giant's unchained, 572. if by reason of, 822. is felt from hope, 340. is to sit still, their, 834. king's name a tower of, 97. knowledge increaseth, 828. labour and sorrow is their, 822. lovely in your, 544. not, but art, 341. of mind is exercise, 317. of nerve or sinew, 482. of twenty men, 108. our castle's, will laugh a siege, 125. our refuge and, 820. perfect in weakness, 846. Phoebus in his, 77. profaned the God-given, 489. slight not, 172. to strength, they go from, 821. to the thought, adds, 312. tower of, 628. wears away, as my, 670. wisdom overmatch for, 715. Strengthens our nerves, 411. with his strength, 317. Stretch every nerve, 359. out to the crack of doom, 123. Stretched metre of an antique song, 161. on the rack, 332. upon the plain, 539. Stretched-forth necks, 833. Strewed thy grave, 144. Stricken deer go weep, let the, 138. in age, well, 813. Stride, comes the dark at one, 498. Striding the blast, 118. Strife, clubs typical of, 420. dare the elements to, 550. full of pleasure, void of, 209. let there be no, 812. madding crowd's ignoble, 385. man of, 835. none was worth my, 512. of tongues, 819. of truth with falsehood, 657. to heal, no, 482. Strike, afraid to, 327. but hear, 723. for your altars, 561. home in the ambush, 47. mine eyes but not my heart, 178. shook but delayed to, 240. the blow, themselves must, 541. then no planets, 127. when the iron is hot, 10. whilst the iron is hot, 10. Striking the electric chain, 545. String attuned to mirth, 584. few can touch the magic, 636. hempen, under a gallows-tree, 184. moderation is the silken, 182. warbled to the, 250. Strings, harp of thousand, 303. many, to your bow, 15. of steel, heart with, 139. remember what pulls the, 756. two, to his bow, 15. Stripes, forty, save one, 846. Strive here for mastery, 229. mightily, 72. Strives to touch a star, 29. Striving to better oft we mar, 146. Stroke a nettle, 313. feel the friendly, 295. kept, to the tune of flutes, 157. no second, intend, 229. some distressful, 150. Strokes, calumnious, 129. fell great oaks, little, 360. many, with a little axe, 941. overthrow tallest oaks, many, 32. Strong, art subdues the, 344. as death, love is, 832. as flesh and blood, 477. as proofs of holy writ, 154. battle is not to the, 831. drink is raging, 827. for service still, 419. in death, ruling passion, 321. in honesty, I am armed so, 114. men, not two, 337. nor'wester's blowing, 510. numbers pure and sweetly, 389. only to destroy, 421. suffer and be, 613. things bad begun make, themselves by ill, 121. to run the race, 531. upon the stronger side, 79. weak against the, 653. weak overcome the, 696. wise man is, 828. without rage, 257. ye are wondrous, 544. Stronger by weakness, 221. than my sex, 112. Strongest, opinion of the, 797. works in weakest bodies, 141. Strongly it bears us along, 503. loves, suspects yet, 153. Struck eagle, so the, 539. Strucken blind, he that 's, 104. Struggle for existence, 622. for room and food, 622. in a contemptible, 408. manhood is a, 608. of discordant powers, 409. Struggling for life, man, 370. in the storms of fate, 336. Strumpet wind, beggared by the, 62. wind, embraced by the, 62. Strung, pearls at random, 437. with his hair, Apollo's lute, 56. Strut before a wanton nymph, 95. Struts and frets his hour, 125. Stubble, built on, 245. land at harvest home, 83. Stubborn gift, 486. knees, bow, 139. patience, 228. things, facts are, 392, 800. unlaid ghost, 244. Studded with stars, 568. Student pale, turns no, 331. Studie was but litel on the bible, 2. Studied in his death, 117. never to be fairer, 35. Studies, children to be won to, 729. still air of delightful, 253. Studious let me sit, 356. of change, desultory man, 417. of ease, 671. to please, 366. Study brings man to religion, 222. in law's grave, 24. is a weariness of flesh, 832. labour and intent, 253. of a prince, war the only, 407. of imagination, creep into his, 53. of learning, enflamed with the, 254. of mankind is man, 317. of revenge immortal hate, 223. slow of, 57. some brown, 32. to be quiet, 847. what you most affect, 72. Stuff as dreams are made on, 43. disposer of other men's, 175. everything made of one hidden, 601. life is made of, 360. made of penetrable, 140. perilous, which weighs upon the heart, 125. should be made of sterner, 113. skimble-skamble, 85. the head with reading, 332. to try the soul's strength, 649. Stuffs out his vacant garments, 79. Stumbles at a straw, 29. Stumbling on abuse, 106. Stuns, Niagara, 395. Stupendous manner, awfully, 673. whole, one, 316. Stupid eyes, stood with, 273. starers, 319. Stupidity, an access of, 371. be not guilty of, 779. the gods contend against, 804. Sty, fattest hog in Epicurus', 393. Style bewrays us, our, 186. is the dress of thoughts, 353. is the man himself, 811. of man, highest, 308. refines, how the, 324. to attain an English, 369. Subdue, disease that must, 317. what will not time, 671. Subdues mankind, surpasses or, 543. Subdued by time, 671. to what it works in, 163. Subduing tongue, tip of his, 163. Subject not a slave, 485. of all verse, 179. of my story, honour is the, 110. such duty as the, owes, 73. unlike my, shall be my song, 353. we know a, 372. Subjects wise, were their, 421. Subject's duty is the king's, 92. soul is his own, 92. Subjection, implied, 232. Sublime a thing to suffer, 613. and the ridiculous, 431. dashed to pieces, the, 505. fair large front and eye, 232. in his simplicity, 627. make our lives, 612. Schiller has the material, 505. tobacco, 555. Sublimely bad, fustian is, 327. Submission, yielded with coy, 232. Substance might be called, 228. of his greatness, 198. of ten thousand soldiers, 97. of things hoped for, 848. true, proves the, 324. Substantial honours, in more, 406. smile, one vast, 652. world, books are a, 477. Suburb of the life elysian, 615. Succeeding, no son of mine, 121. Success, heaven is to give, 338. in smallest matter, 756. is man's god, 695. men judged by their, 795. not in mortals to command, 297. nothing succeeds like, 858. secret of, is constancy, 608. seemed born for, 600. things ill got had ever bad, 95. which includes all others, 609. with his surcease, 118. Successful experiment, full tide of, 435. soldier, 494. Successive rise and fall, 338. title long and dark, 268. Successors gone before him, 44. Succour dawns from heaven, 492. us that succour want, 28. Such a questionable shape, 130. and so various, 391. apt and gracious words, 55. as sleep o' nights, 111. master such man, 20. mistress such Nan, 21. things to be, 633. Suck forth my soul, 41. my last breath, 333. Sucks, where the bee, 43. Sucking dove, gently as any, 57. Suckle fools and chronicle small beer, 151. Suckled in a creed outworn, 476. Sucklings, babes and, 818. Sudden a thought came, 575. and quick in quarrel, 69. commendations, good at, 101. thought strikes me, 462. Suffer a sea change, 42. and be strong, 613. hell I, seems a heaven, 231. hope of all who, 619. lot of man to, 342. nobler in the mind to, 135. those who inflict must, 566. wet damnation, 34. who breathes must, 289. Sufferance, corporal, 48. is the badge of all our tribe, 61. Suffered much, he who has, 346. Sufferer, best of men was a, 182. Suffering, child of, 636. ended with the day, her, 639. sad humanity, 614. tears to human, dull, 482. they learn in, 566. to be weak is miserable doing or, 223. Sufferings, knowledge by, entereth, 620. poets grow by their, 216. to each his, 381. Suffice, could not one, 306. Sufficiency, an elegant, 358. to be so moral, no man's, 53. Sufficient to have stood, 230. understand me that he is, 61. unto the day, 838. Suffusion from that light, 502. Sugar o'er the devil himself, 135. oil vinegar saltness and, 399. Suicide is confession, 533. no refuge from confession but, 533. Suing long to bide, hell it is in, 29. Suit lightly won, 489. of sables, 138. the action to the word, 137. Suits of solemn black, 127. of woe, trappings and the, 121. out of, with fortune, 66. rogues in buckram, 84. Sullein mind, musing in his, 28. Sullen dame, our sulky, 451. Sullenness against nature, 254. Sulphur, land of oat-cakes and, 459. Sultans, poets are, 258. Sum of all villanies, 359. of earthly bliss, 238. of human things, 437. of more, giving thy, 67. of Shakespeare's wit, 600. Summer bird-cage, 180. comes with flower and bee, 571. dust, dry as, 479. eternal, gilds them yet, 557. eves by haunted stream, 249. friends, like, 204. last rose of, 521. life 's a short, 366. made glorious, 95. nights, dews of, 426. of her age, in the, 276. of your youth, 378. one swallow maketh not, 17. sweet as, 101. thy eternal, shall not fade, 161. Summers in a sea of glory, 99. raw inclement, 291. Summer's cloud, like a, 122. day, as one shall see in a, 51. day, hath a, 259. eve, one, 589. heat, fantastic, 81. morn, like a, 502. noontide air, 227. queen, would grace a, 492. ripening breath, 106. rose or vernal bloom, 230. Summit, from the eastern, 673. linger and play on its, 529. Summon from the past, 614. up remembrance, 161. up the blood, 91. Summons, thee to heaven or to hell, 119. upon a fearful, 126. when thy, comes, 572. Summum nec metuas diem, 240. Sun, all except their, is set, 557. and shade, through, 627. as the, drew the morning dew, 270. aweary of the, 'gin to be, 126. bales unopened to the, 307. before the worshipped, 104. behold for the last time the, 533. benighted under the midday, 244. candle to the, 191, 263, 311. cannot be looked at with a steady eye, 794. children of the, 311. clouds around the setting, 478. common, the air the skies, 386. courses even with the, 178. declines, our wishes lengthen as our, 309. dedicate his beauty to the, 104. dewdrop from the, 486. doubt the, doth move, 133. dropped from the zenith, 225. dry, dry wind, 21. early rising, 202. fruit I bore was the, 740. go down upon your wrath, 847. goes round, take all the rest the, 220. gorgeous as the midsummer, 86. grow dim with age, 299. grows cold, till the, 666. half in, half in shade, 523. has left the lea, the, 494. hills ancient as the, 572. hooting at the glorious, 501. impearls on every leaf, 235. in all his state, 639. in his coming, meet the, 529. in my dominions never sets, 804. in the firmament, knowledge is the, 530. in the lap of Thetis, 213. into the warm, 17, 785. is a thief, 109. Juliet is the, 105. let others hail the rising, 387. livery of the burnished, 62. loss of the, 353. love is nature's second, 35. low descending, 688. magic potent over, 482. more worshipped the rising, 726. myself in Huncamunca's eyes, 363. nebulous star we call the, 630. never sets in Spanish dominions, 495. never sets on the empire of Charles V., 804. no new thing under the, 830. no, no moon no morn, 586. not polluted, 764. of heaven shall shine, 101. of righteousness, 836. of York, 95. on the upland lawn, 386. passes through dirty places, 169. pay no worship to the garish, 107. pleasant the, 233. pleasant to behold the, 831. reflecting upon the mud, 169. sets to rise again, my, 651. setting, and music at the close, 81. setting and rising, 747. shall not smite thee by day, 824. shine sweetly on my grave, 428. shines everywhere, the, 76. shines, make hay when the, 10, 787. shineth upon the dunghill, 169. shut doors against a setting, 109. snatches from the, 109. spinsters and knitters in the, 75. spots and clouds in the, 189. sweetheart of the, 584. tapers to the, 443. that side the, is upon, 523. tinged by the rising, 677. to me is dark, 241. to-morrow's, may never rise, 295. to spy my shadow in the, 96. true as the dial to the, 215, 306. unpolluted, 169. up rose Emilie and up rose the, 2. upon an Easter-day, 256. upon the upland lawn, 386. walk about the orb like the, 76. walks under the midday, 244. warms in the, 316. web that whitens in the, 526. which passeth through pollutions, 169. will pierce the thickest cloud, 650. with the setting, 225. world without a, 513. Suns, earth could not bear two, 732. light of setting, 467. process of the, 626. that gild the vernal morn, 424. to light me rise, 316. Sun's last rays are fading, 682. rim dips, the, 498. Sunbeam in a winter's day, 358. soiled by outward touch, 253. Sunbeams, motes that people the, 249. out of cucumbers, 291. Sunburnt mirth, song and, 575. Sunday from the week divide, 126. killing a mouse on, 856. shines no Sabbath day, 326. Sundays, begin a journey on, 293. observe, 205. Sundry contemplation of my travels, 70. Sunflower turns on her god, 520. Sung ballads from a cart, 274. from morn till night, 427. under the sea, 521. Sunium's hight, wrote on, 511. marbled steep, 558. Sunless land, sunshine to the, 486. retreats of the ocean, 524. sea, down to a, 500. Sunlight drinketh dew, as, 623. Sunneshine, flies of estate and, 204. Sunny as her skies, 554. fountains, Afric's, 536. openings, spots of, 536. years, life formed of, 679. Sunset of life, 't is the, 514. tree, come to the, 570. Sunshine and in shade, in, 679. aye shall light the sky, 653. broken in the rill, 526. follows the rain, 664. in one eternal, 571. in the shady place, 27. is a glorious birth, the, 477. makes 'em all sweet-scented, 660. of the breast, 381. settles on its head, eternal, 397. the soul's calm, 319. to the sunless land, 486. Supercilious, my sanctum, 586. Superfluities, happiness lies in, 738. Superfluity comes sooner by white hairs, 60. Superfluous lags the veteran, 365. the, very necessary thing, 801. Superiority of educated men, 762. Supinely stay, fools, 444. Supped full with horrors, 125. Supper, man made after, 90. nourishment called, 54. proper time for, 763. what say you to such a, 561. Suppliance of a minute, 129. Supply, last and best, 322. on promise of, 88. Support of the state governments, 435. what is low, raise and, 223. Sups and goes to bed, 263. Surcease, success with his, 118. Sure and certain hope, 851. and firm-set earth, 119. as a gun, 277, 786. card, he 's a, 277. make assurance double, 123. of, what a man has he is, 791. Surely you 'll grow double, 466. Surer to prosper, 226. Surety for a stranger, 825. Surface flow, straws upon the, 275. look beneath the, 753. Surfeit out of action, 102. reigns, no crude, 245. with too much, 60. Surfeiting the appetite may sicken, 74. Surge may sweep, where'er the, 542. whose liquid, resolves, 109. Surges lash the sounding shore, 324. Surgeons keep their instruments, as, 750. Surgery, honour no skill in, 87. hurt past all, 152. Surging sea outweighs, the, 602. Surpass, nothing earthly could, 550. Surpasses or subdues, 543. Surpassing beauty, 702. Surprise, that testified, 273. Surprises, millions of, 205. Surrender, unconditional, 664. Surrenders, dies but never, 810. Survey, monarch of all I, 416. our empire, 550. Survival of the fittest, 622, 681. Survive or perish, live or die, 530. Suspect, ornament of beauty is, 162. teaches them, 62. Suspects yet strongly loves, 153. Suspended oar, drip of the, 543. Suspicion, Caesar's wife above, 727. haunts the guilty mind, 95. sleeps at wisdom's gate, 231. Swain, dull, treads on it daily, 245. frugal, 392. remote from cities lived a, 348. Swallow a camel, 840. and blow at the same moment, 701. by flying, as the, 828. one, maketh not summer, 17. that come before the, 77. Swallow's wings, flies with, 97. Swallow-flights of song, 632. Swallowed a ramrod, 744. Swam before my sight, 333. in a gondola, 71. Swamps, Oswego spreads her, 395. Swan and shadow, float double, 474. cygnet to the pale faint, 80. Jupiter in the form of a, 32. Mantuan, ages ere the, 414. of Avon, sweet, 179. on still St. Mary's lake, 474. spreads his snowy sail, the, 677. to act the part of a, 743. Swans are geese, all our, 188. seem whiter when by crows, 781. Swan-like end fading in music, 63. let me sing and die, 558. Swarm, not good for the bee not for the, 754. Swashing and martial outside, 66. blow, remember thy, 104. Sway, above this sceptred, 64. give solely sovereign, 117. impious men bear, 298. little rule a little, 358. no limit to their, 550. of magic potent, 482. peace and pride of, 339. prevailed with double, 397. required with gentle, 232. sweeping whirlwind's, 383. with absolute, 670. Swear an eternal friendship, 462, 798. by yonder blessed moon, I, 106. I eat and eat, I, 93. not by the moon, 106. to the truth of a song, 287. when you rant and, 274. Swears a prayer or two, 105. with so much grace, 281. Sweareth to his own hurt, 818. Sweat but for promotion, 67. for duty not for meed, 67. muck of, 402. of my brows, 785. of thy face, in the, 812. under a weary life, 136. Sweats to death, Falstaff, 84. Sweaty haste, 126. Sweep on you fat and greasy citizens, 67. Sweeping whirlwind's sway, 383. Sweeps a room, who, 204. clean, new broom, 16. Sweet Afton, flow gently, 449. Alice whose hair was so brown, 680. all that 's, was made to be lost, 522. and bitter fancy, food of, 71. and cunning hand, nature's own, 74. and fair she seems to be, 220. and fair, so wondrous, 220. and musical as Apollo's lute, 56. and twenty, kiss me, 75. and virtuous soul, 204. and voluble is his discourse, 55. approach of even, 230. are the uses of adversity, 67. as English air could make her, 629. as summer, 101. as the primrose, 398. as year by year we lose, 569. attractive grace, 232. attractive kinde of grace, 23. Auburn loveliest village, 395. beautiful as, 308. bells jangled out of tune, 136. bitter past more welcome is the, 74. but then how, it was, 650. by distance made more, 477. childish days, 470. civilities of life, 273. counsel together, we took, 820. cruelly, are the echoes, 654. day, so cool, so calm, 204. days and roses, 204. discourse, Sydneian showers of, 259. disorder in the dress, 201. every, its sour, 404. flowers are springing, 524. food of knowledge, 34. girl graduates, 629. heard melodies are, 576. heart of the sun, 584. in cadence, upon the ear, 422. in communion, 235. in discourse more, 228. in every whispered word, 551. in faith to muse, 569. in his mouth, wickedness, 817. influences of Pleiades, 818. is every sound, 630. is pleasure after pain, 271. is revenge to women, 556. is solitude, how passing, 416. is the breath of morn, 233. land of liberty, 619. little cherub sits up aloft, 436. look that nature wears, 613. lovely fair and smellest so, 155. milk of concord, 124. mood, in that, 466. morsel under his tongue, 283. not lasting, 129. nothing half so, in life, 521. Phosphor bring the day, 203. poison for the age's tooth, 78. poison of misused wine, 243. psalmist of Israel, 815. reluctant amorous delay, 232. repast and calm repose, 386. revenge at first though, 238. rose would smell as, 105. shady side of Pall Mall, 432. silent thought, sessions of, 161. simplicity of the three per cents, 610. sleep of a labouring man is, 830. smels al around, 28. so coldly, so deadly fair, 548. so, was ne'er so fatal, 156. softly, in Lydian measures, 272. solitude is, 416. sorrow, parting is such, 106. sound, o'er my ear like the, 74. south, o'er my ear like the, 74. spring full of sweet days, 204. stolen waters are, 825. swan of Avon, 179. sweets to the, 144. tears, fountain of, 469. the dream of home, 525. the lily grows, how, 533. the moonlight sleeps, how, 65. their memory still, 422. to hear the watch-dog's bark, 556. to live with them is far less, 521. to make the end most, 80. to wear a crown, 94. tooth in his head, 33. truly the light is, 831. understanding, for thy more, 54. upon the ear in cadence, 422. voices, your most, 103. will, at his own, 470. with musk-roses and eglantine, 58. Sweets compacted lie, where, 204. diffuse their balmy, 398. feast of nectared, 245. fly lost in the, 348. last taste of, is sweetest last, 81. of Burn-mill meadow, 474. of forgetfulness, 428. stolen, are best, 297. to the sweet, 144. wilderness of, 235. Sweeten my imagination, 148. present joy, 588. this little hand, 124. Sweetened every musk-rose, 245. Sweetener of life, 354. Sweeter for thee despairing, 452. pains of love be, 276. rose in the bud is, 33. than honey, 819. than the lids of Juno's eyes, 77. thy voice, 630. Sweetest eyes were ever seen, 621. flowres in the forrest, 28. garland to the sweetest maid, 314. melodies are those, 477. Shakespeare fancy's child, 249. thing that ever grew, 472. Sweetheart, Tray Blanch and, 147. Sweetly, ful, in hire nose, 1. played in tune, 451. she bade me adieu, 380. sing, brightly smile, 563. uttered knowledge, 34. were forsworn, 49. Sweetness and light, 291. in the desert air, 385. instil a wanton, 357. linked, long drawn out, 249. loathe the taste of, 86. of proportion, preserving the, 178. on the desert air, 385. yieldeth proof, 484. Swell bosom with thy fraught, 155. music with its voluptuous, 542. the soul to rage, 272. Swells from the vale, cliff that, 397. the gale, note that, 386. the note of praise, 384. Swelling act, prologues to the, 116. and limitless billows, 503. of the voiceful sea, 503. Swift as a shadow, 57. expires a driveller and a show, 365. is less than to be wise, 341. race is not to the, 831. time too, 24. to hear, be, 849. too, arrives as tardy as too slow, 107. true hope is, 97. Swifter than a weaver's shuttle, 816. Swiftly glides the bonnie boat, 674. Swiftness, curb his, 572. never ceasing, O, 24. Swift-winged arrows of light, 416. Swim before my sight, temples, 333. how we apples, 291. in, naughty night to, 147. sink or, live or die, 530. to yonder point, 110. Swims or sinks or wades, 230. Swimmer in his agony, 557. Swimmingly, matters will go, 791. Swine, pearls before, 838. shear, all cry and no wool, 211. too rich a pearl for carnal, 213. Swine's snout, jewel in a, 826. Swinged the dragon, 78. Swinges the scaly horror, 251. Swinging round the circle, 678. Swinish gluttony, 246. multitude, 410. Swoop, at one fell, 124. Sword against nation, 832. chase brave employment with a naked, 205. edge sharper than the, 160. famous by my, 257. flesh his virgin, 346. fleshed thy maiden, 87. glorious by my, 257. glued to my scabbard, 194. good, rust, 502. has laid him low, another's, 514. I with, will open, 45. pen mightier than the, 606. stir the fire with a, 765. take away the, 606. the avenging, unsheathe, 804. the brave man draws, 339. the deputed, 47. worse than the, 189. Swords into ploughshares, 832. leaped from their scabbards, 409. sheathed their, for lack of argument, 91. twenty of their, 105. Sworn twelve, 47. Sycamore-tree, under a, 406. Sydneian showers, 259. Syene Meroe Nilotic isle, 240. Syllabes jar with time, 180. Syllable, chase a panting, 416. men's names, 243. No, could not pronounce that, 730. of recorded time, to the last, 125. Syllables govern the world, 196. Sylvia in the night, except I be by, 44. Sympathetic tear, the, 387. tears, sacred source of, 382. Sympathy cold to distant misery, 430. the silver link the secret, 488. with sounds, in souls, 421. Synonym for the devil, 590. Syrops, lucent, 575. Syrups, drowsy, of the world, 154. System, hub of the solar, 638. Systems into ruin hurled, 315.

T, fitted him to a, 375. performed to a, 772. Tabernacles of Israel, 813. Tabitha, disciple named, 843. Table, crumbs which fall from the, 840. earth, whose, 555. general joy of the whole, 122. head of the, 790. of my memory, 132. on a roar, set the, 144. write it before them in a, 834. Tables, make it plain upon, 836. my tables, 132. near a thousand, pined, 465. the marriage, 128. Table-talk, serve for, 64, 775. Tackle trim, sails filled, 242. Tail, baited with a dragon's, 217. eel of science by the, 331. fox when he lost his, 186. go to the ground, 10. horror of his folded, 251. monstrous, our cat has got, 285. of rhyme, dock the, 635. Tails of both hung down behind, 510. of sparrows, salt upon the, 291. Tailor lown, he called the, 152. Tailor's news, swallowing a, 80. Taint with fear, I cannot, 124. Tainted, in law what plea so, 63. wether of the flock, 64. Take all the rest, 220. any shape but that, 122. away the sword, 606. better to give than to, 11. care of the pence, 352. each man's censure, 130. heed lest he fall, 845. her up tenderly, 586. him for all in all, 128. I give it willingly, 806. knowledge we must snatch not, 320. mine ease in mine inn, 86. no note of him, 52. no note of time, 306. note take note O world, 154. O boatman thrice thy fee, 806. O take those lips away, 49. physic pomp, 147. some savage woman, 626. some to pleasure, 321. the current when it serves, 115. the good the gods provide thee, 272. the prison'd soul, 244. thine ease eat drink, 824. time enough, 351. what Thou wilt away, 421. who have the power, they should, 473. ye each a shell, 672. you a button-hole lower, 56. Taken at the flood, 115. that which he hath shall be, 841. to be well shaken when, 454. Takin' notes, a chiel's amang ye, 449. Taking, what a, was he in, 46. Taking-off, deep damnation of his, 118. Tale, a plain, shall put you down, 85. an honest, speeds best, 97. as 't was said to me, 487. every, condemns me, 97. every shepherd tells his, 248. every tongue brings in a several, 97. hope tells a flattering, 683. hope told a flattering, 683. in everything, find a, 466. makes up life's, 502. moon takes up the wondrous, 300. must be told by moonlight, 594. of a tub, some, 772. of Troy divine, 250. old, and often told, 489. or history, ever hear by, 57. or song, never yet heard in, 243. point a moral or adorn a, 365. round unvarnished, 150. schoolboy's, a, 541. so sad so tender and so true, 380. tellen his, untrewe, 2. that I relate, 417. that is told as a, 822. their music tells, many a, 523. thereby hangs a, 68, 73, 773. 't is an old, 489. told by an idiot, 125. told by moonlight alone, 594. told his soft, 295. twice-told, tedious as a, 79, 345. unfold, I could a, 131. untrue, lest men suspect your, 349. which holdeth children, 34. whoso shall telle a, 2. Tales, aged ears play truant at his, 55. fairy, did tell, 583. fear in children increased with, 164. if ancient, say true, 540. of sorrow done, 396. out of school, 12. saddest of all, 560. that to me were so dear, 581. Talent, his single, well employed, 366. one, is too much for a cynic, 732. Talents, Dryden possessed of splendid, 590. in a man's power, 662. Talismans and spells, 422. Talk and never think, 180. calm familiar, 341. how he will, 281. is of bullocks, 837. loves to hear himself, 107. night is crept upon our, 115. of dreams, true I, 105. of graves of worms, 81. of nothing but business, 810. of nothing but high life, 402. of nothing but his horse, 61. of the lips, 826. one thing think another, 710. only to conceal the mind, 310. spent an hour's, withal, 55. to conceal the mind, 310. too much, think too little and, 268. who never think, they always, 287. with our past hours, 307. with, witty to, 256. with you walk with you, 61. Talks of roaring lions, 78. Talked like poor Poll, 388. Lord how it, 197. of me, I believe they, 305. Talker, he is a, 698. Talkers, good, only found in Paris, 769. Talking age, for, 395. Frenchman always, 374. good old man, he will be, 52. spark, a conceited, 390. Tall ancestral trees, 569. daughter of the gods divinely, 624. fellow, many a good, 83. men had empty heads, 170. oaks from little acorns grow, 459. to reach the pole, so, 303. Tally, score and, no books but, 94. Tam was glorious, 451. Tame, no charm can, 670. the heyday in the blood is, 140. the tongue no man can, 849. villatic fowl, 242. Tamer of the human breast, 382. Tamie glowred amazed, 451. Tangled web we weave, 490. Tangles of Neaera's hair, 247. Taper cheers the vale, yon, 402. glows, while yet the, 805. Tapers, answer ye evening, 636. swim before my sight, 333. to the sun, glimmering, 443. Taper's light, hope like the, 399. Tapestry, speech like to, 723. Tar water is of a nature so mild, 312. Tar's labour, cheers the, 555. Tara's halls, harp through, 519. Tardy as too slow, too swift as, 107. Tarnished gold, black with, 456. Tarry at Jericho, 815. Tarsus, ship of, 242. Task, common, trivial round, 569. delightful, 355. is smoothly done, now my, 246. whose sore, 126. Tasks, most difficult of, 480. Taskmaster's eye, in my great, 252. Tassels, the larch has hung his, 571. Taste, choice of Attic, 252. last, of sweets is sweetest last, 81. man's hand is not able to, 58. never, who always drink, 287. not handle not, 847. of death but once, the valiant, 112. of sweetness, loathe the, 86. of your quality, give us a, 134. sans, sans everything, 69. the whole of it, let me, 650. with a little more, 800. whose mortal, brought death, 223. Tastes of men, various are the, 391. Tasted, some books to be, 168. Tattered clothes, through, 148. ensign down, tear her, 635. Tatters, tear a passion to, 137. Taught, afterward he, 2. being, return to plague, 118. but first he folwed it, 2. by that power, 402. by time, 346. following what we are, 744. happy is he born or, 174. her dazzling fence, 246. highly fed and lowly, 73. him shame, love, 273. me at last to forget thee, 682. me, folly 's all they, 522. men must be, 325. mind what I am, 535. saints who, 313. the wheedling arts, 348. to stray, science never, 315. too much quickness ever to be, 321. us how to die, 313. us how to live, 313. Tavern, one flash of it within the, 768. or inn, a good, 372. Tawny lion, half appeared the, 236. Tax for being eminent, 291. not you you elements, 146. Taxes, death and, 361. Taxation, pressure of, 462. Taxed horse and bridle, 462. top, whips his, 462. Tea, glad I was not born before, 461. some sipping, 468. sometimes take, 326. thank God for, 461. what would the world do without, 461. without a stratagem, take her, 311. Teach bloody instructions, 118. gladly would he learn and, 2. him how to live, 425. him how to tell my story, 151. in song, what they, 566. me to feel another's woe, 334. men to die, 774. men to live, 774. souls to souls can never, 653. the rest to sneer, 327. the young idea how to shoot, 355. thee safety, ladyship is by to, 79. us to number our days, 822. Teacher, let nature be your, 466. Teachers, more understanding than my, 823. Teacher's doctrine sanctified, 483. Teaching by examples, philosophy, 304. Teachings, list to nature's, 572. Team of little atomies, 104. of sparrows, 31. Teapot, tempest in a, 767. Tear a passion to tatters, 137. be duly shed for thee, 390. betwixt a smile and, 546. cost a sigh a, 433. drop a, 259. drop a, and bid adieu, 671. drying up a single, 559. each others' eyes, 302. every woe can claim a, 548. falling of a, 497. followed perhaps by a smile, 416. for pity, he hath a, 90. forgot as soon as shed, 381. gave to misery all he had a, 386. her tattered ensign down, 635. homage of a, 541. in her eye, 489. law which moulds a, 456. man without a, 516. meed of some melodious, 247. one particular, 163. passage of an angel's, 576. perhaps 't will cost a sigh a, 433. recording angel dropped a, 379. stain it with hypocritic, 571. stands trembling in her eye, 343. sympathetic, the, 387. that flows for others' woes, 424. that we shed, 519. the groan the knell, 562. vapour melting in a, 346. wiped with a little address, 416. Tears, accept these grateful, 340. all her sorrow all her, 508. all in vain, 668. and laughter, 620. and love for the gray, 668. and smiles, kisses, 474. beauty smiling in her, 513. beguile her of her, 150. behold their, hear their cries, 804. big round, in piteous chase, 67. child of misery baptized in, 427. crocodile, 38, 191. dim with childish, 471. dip their wings in, 632. down Pluto's cheek, 250. drop fast as the Arabian trees, 157. due to human suffering, 482. flattered to, 575. for the blue, love and, 668. fountain of sweet, 469. from some divine despair, 630. hence these, 702. her humblest mirth and, 468. her income, 204. idle tears, 630. if you have, prepare to shed them now, 113. in secret in silence and, 682. leaves millions in, 655. like Niobe all, 128. love embalmed in, 491. must stop for every drop, 585. no, dim the sweet look, 613. nor all your, wash out a word, 768. nothing is here for, 242. of bearded men, 489. of boyhood's years, 523. of the sky for loss of the sun, 353. of woe, smiles of joy, 524. parted in silence and, 539. resolves the moon into salt, 109. shall drown the wind, 118. she stood in, 575. so weary of toil and of, 668. some natural, they dropped, 240. source of sympathetic, 382. such as angels weep, 225. that speak, 262. thoughts too deep for, 478. to raise the dead with, 697. vale of, beyond this, 497. wept away in transient, 679. wept each other's, 611. wet with unseen, 497. wronged orphans', 194. Teche, and gladly, 2. Techstone, war's red, 660. Tedious as a king, 52. as a twice-told tale, 79, 345. as go o'er, returning as, 123. as to work, to sport as, 83. thinking his prattle to be, 82. Teeth are set on edge, the children's, 835. drunkard clasp his, 34. of time, give lettered pomp to, 618. sans eyes sans taste sans, 69. skin of my, escaped with the, 817. spite of his, 8. Tell a hundred, might, 129. all my bones, I may, 819. how the truth may be, I cannot, 487. it not in Gath, 814. me not in mournful numbers, 612. me the tales, 581. me where, gentle shepherd, 672. them they are men, 381. who can, save he, 550. Tellen his tale untrewe, 2. Tell-tale women, hear these, 97. Temper, blest with, 321. justice with mercy, 239. man of such a feeble, 110. thy steady, 297. touch of celestial, 234. which bears the better, 93. whose unclouded ray, 321. Tempers the wind, God, 379. Temperance more difficult than abstinence, 375. that may give it smoothness, 137. Temperate and furious in a moment, 120. will, the reason firm the, 475. Tempest, description of a, 767. in a teapot, 767. itself lags behind, 416. such calms after every, 151. tracts of calm from, 634. Tempests, glasses itself in, 547. roar, billows never break nor, 295. Tempest's breath prevail, the, 542. Tempestuous petticoat, 201. Temple, better than in the, lost, 768. built to God, 206. Fame's proud, 428. hangs on Dian's, 103. Lord's anointed, 120. nothing ill can dwell in such a, 43. of Diana, burnt the, 219. of silence and reconciliation, 592. where God hath a, 192. Temples bare, my, 501. dedicated to God, 529. groves were God's first, 573. like gold nails in, 658. of his gods, 593. solemn, the great globe itself, 43. swim before my sight, 333. Temporal power, shows the force of, 64. Temporary safety, little, 359. Temptation, safe from, 615. that endureth, 848. why comes, 651. Tempted her with word too large, 52. Tempter, so glozed the, 239. Ten commandments, my, 93. hours to the world allot, 438. low words in one dull line, 324. upper, thousand, 580, 655. winters more, ran he on, 276. years' war, cause of a long, 280. Tenable in your silence, 129. Tenantless, graves stood, 126. save to the wind, 543. Tend, to thee we, 367. Tendance spend, in so long, 30. touched by her fair, 237. Tender and so true, 380. and true, Douglas, 38. for another's pain, 381. Tenderest, the bravest are the, 666. touch, we feel the, 274. Tender-hearted stroke a nettle, 313. Tenderly, take her up, 586. Tendrils strong, with, 477. Tenement of clay, 267. Teneriff or Atlas unremoved, 234. Tenets, his faith in some nice, 260. turn with books, 321. Tenor of his way, 425. of their way, noiseless, 385. Tent, nightly pitch my moving, 497. that searches to the bottom, 102. Tents, fold their, like the Arabs, 614. how goodly are thy, 813. of wickedness, 821. their silent, are spread, 681. Tented field, action in the, 150. Tenth transmitter of a foolish face, 354. Tenui musam meditamur avena, 460. Termagant, o'erdoing, 137. Terms, good set, 68. in plain, 62. litigious, 253. Terrace walk, a, 289. Terrible as an army with banners, 832. as hell, fierce as ten furies, 228. he rode alone, 811. man with a terrible name, 508. Territories, no slave, 619. Terror, death armed with a new, 528. in your threats, there is no, 114. shadows have struck more, 97. so spake the grisly, 229. Terrors, king of, 817. Test, bring me to the, 141. of ridicule, truth the, 444. of truth, ridicule the, 578. Testament as worldlings, a, 67. blessing of the old, 164. of bleeding war, open the purple, 82. Tester I 'll have in pouch, 45. Testimonies, thy, are my meditations, 823. Testimony, law and the, 833. Testy pleasant fellow, 300. Testyment, no furder than my, 658. Tetchy and wayward, 97. Tether time or tide, 451. Text, God takes a, 205. many a holy, she strews, 385. neat rivulet of, 442. Thais sits beside thee, lovely, 272. Thames, with no allaying, 259. Thane, your face my, 117. Thank God you are rid of a knave, 52. heaven fasting, 70. me no thanks, 108. the Eternal Power, 380. thee Jew for teaching me that word, 65. you for nothing, 786. you for your voices, 103. you I owe you one, 454. Thanks and use, both, 46. even poor in, 134. evermore, 81. for this relief much, 126. of millions yet to be, 562. taken with equal, 137. the exchequer of the poor, 81. words are but empty, 296. Thanked, when I 'm not, at all, 362. Thankful, rest and be, 859. Thankless arrant, 25. child, to have a, 146. inconsistent man, 307. muse, meditate the, 247. That and a' that, 447. ever I was born, 133. has been and may be, 473. is flat, 55. it should come to this, 128. that is is, 77. without or this or, 332. Thatched cottage, my lowly, 568. Thaw and resolve itself into a dew, 127. Theatre, as in a, 82. universe as a, 777. world 's a, the earth a stage, 194. Theban, this same learned, 147. Thebes or Pelops' line, 250. Thebes's streets, walked about in, 517. Thee, there 's no living with, 300. Theirs but to do and die, 628. not to make reply, 628. not to reason why, 628. Theme, example as it is my, 257. fools are my, 539. glad diviner's, 268. if on my, I rightly think, 793. imperial, of the, 116. Themes, our wonted, 264. Theoric, bookish, 149. Theory, condition not a, 669. There is no death, 615. neither here nor, 156. Thereby hangs a tale, 68, 73. Thermopylae, to make a new, 557. These are thy glorious works, 235. Thespis professor of our art, 274. Thetis, sun in the lap of, 213. They conquer love that run away, 200. were they are they yet shall be, 496. Thick and thin, through, 28, 269, 784, 790. as autumnal leaves, 224. muddy ill-seeming, 73. Thick-coming fancies, 125. Thick-ribbed ice, region of, 48. Thick-warbled notes, 241. Thief, apparel fits your, 49. doth fear each bush an officer, 95. each thing 's a, 109. earth 's a, 109. in the sworn twelve, 47. moon's an arrant, 109. of time, procrastination is the, 307. steals something from the, 151. sun 's a, the sea 's a, 109. to catch a thief, 730. to the gallows, more followers than a, 213. which the justice which the, 148. yond justice rails upon yond, 148. Thievery, I 'll example you with, 109. Thieves, beauty provoketh, 66. rifled by the gusty, 585. Thigh, smote them hip and, 814. Thighs, cuisses on his, 86. Thin air, melted into, 43. partitions, 267. red line, 860. spun life, slits the, 247. through thick and, 28, 269. too, and bare, 101. Thine enemy hunger, if, 844. Thing, acting of a dreadful, 111. any good, out of Nazareth, 842. as steadfast as the scene, 468. became a trumpet, the, 485. but one, is needful, 842. dearest, he owed, 117. devised by the enemy, 98. each, his turn doth hold, 203. each, is a thief, 109. earth's noblest, 656. enskyed and sainted, 47. excellent, in woman, 149. explain a, till all men doubt, 332. fearful, to see, 552. finds good in every, 67. finished, the one, 661. free and fetterless, 680. highest, is truth, 4. holiest, alive, 502. how bitter a, it is, 71. how sublime a, it is, 613. how sweet a, to wear a crown, 94. I am, I do beguile the, 151. if they have a good, 88. ill-favoured, but mine own, 72. in awe of such a, 110. laugh at any mortal, 558. lion among ladies is a dreadful, 58. little, a cup of water, 577. little learning is a dangerous, 323. look to the essence of a, 755. lovely and a fearful, 557. meanest, that feels, 472. never says a foolish, 279. no evil, that walks by night, 244. no great, created suddenly, 743. no new, under the sun, 830. nothing like being used to a, 441. of beauty is a joy forever, 574. of custom, 122. of fortune, most dejected, 148. of life, like a, 550. of sea or land, 242. of sin and guilt, 245. order gave each, view, 98. palsy-stricken churchyard, 575. play 's the, 135. show us how divine a, 475. so frail a, is man, 687. sovereign'st, on earth, 83. started like a guilty, 126. sweetest, that ever grew, 472. that I was born to do, 39. that 's quite another, 351. the genteel, 401. there 's no such, in nature, 279. to one, constant never, 51, 405. too much of a good, 71, 785. tremble like a guilty, 478. truth is the highest, 4. two-legged, a son, 267. undisputed, thou say'st an, 635. was not done in a corner, this, 844. we like, we figure the, 594. we long for that we are, 657. when two do the same, 710. which that shineth, 5. who dares think one, 338. winsome wee, 450. Things above, affections on, 847. all, are now as they were, 755. all, are the same, 755. all other, give place, 349. all, that are, 62. all thinking, 467. all, to all men, 845. all, work together for good, 844. are great to little man, 394. are honest, whatsoever, 847. are in the saddle, 599. are just, whatsoever, 847. are lovely, whatsoever, 847. are not what they seem, 612, 716. are of good report, whatsoever, 847. are pure, whatsoever, 847. are the sons of heaven, 368. are true, whatsoever, 847. bad begun make strong themselves, by ill, 121. because they are common, 720. beyond all use, 112. by season seasoned are, 66. by their right names, call, 457. can such, be, 122. cannot but remember such, 124. cloy, the best of, 339. compare great, with small, 230. day of small, 836. differ though all agree, 333. done at the Mermaid, 196. done decently and in order, 846. else about her drawn, 474. equal to all, for all things unfit, 399. evil, there is some goodness in, 92. facts are stubborn, 392, 800. feast of fat, 834. fond of humble, 671. former, grow old, 203. frequently happen which you do not hope, 701. friendship is constant in all other, 51. from out the bitterness of, 484. God's sons are, 368. good, will strive to dwell with it, 43. great contests from trivial, 325. great head of, 717. great lord of all, 317. greatest vicissitudes of, 168. hid, wherefore are these, 74. hoped for, substance of, 848. I do not need, many, 759. I ought, to do the, 535. ill got had ever bad success, 95. into the light of, 466. leave all meaner, 314. left undone those, 850. long past, more than, 81. looked unutterable, 356. loose type of, 473. loveliest of lovely, 573. man's best, are nearest him, 634. men ought not to investigate, 759. mighty above all, 836. more, in heaven and earth, 133. nature of the universe is the nature of, 755. not made for words, 759. not seen, evidence of, 848. past, remembrance of, 161. possessing all, 846. present seem worst, 89. proper to man, to do the, 755. prove all, 847. remembering happier, 626. rolls through all, 467. sad vicissitude of, 379. sad vicissitudes of, 393. sanctioned by custom, 704. secret, belong unto the Lord, 814. sense and outward, 478. shews of, 169. sum of human, 437. that are and have been, 740. that are have kinship, 755. that are made for our general uses, 183. that belong to adversity, 164. that have a common quality, 755. that nature wills, 755. that ne'er were nor are, 257. that no gross ear can hear, 245. that were, dream of, 541. they ought not, speaking, 848. think on these, 847. those who want fewest, 759. though all, differ all agree, 333. through the dream of, 541. through words and, 465. time ordains for other, 252. to come, giant mass of, 102. to do two, at once, 708. to write well in laudable, 253. translunary, 40. true and evident, 746. unattempted, 223. unfit for all, 399. unhappy far-off, 473. unknown, forms of, 59. unknown proposed, 325. we can only say of, they be, 654. we ought to have done, 850. we will answer all, 66. when virtuous, proceed, 73. which are Caesar's, 840. which belong to prosperity, 164. which men confess with ease, 746. without all remedy, 121. words are, 558. Think, comedy to those that, 389. him so because I think him so, 44. how Bacon shined, 319. how many never, 534. makes millions, 558. may sigh to, 379. naught a trifle, 311. not disdainfully of death, 755. of that Master Brook, 46. of your ancestors, 747. of your forefathers, 458. of your posterity, 458, 747. on, pleasant to, 256. on these things, 847. one thing, who dares, 338. only what concerns thee, 237. shock which makes us, 609. talk and never, 180. that day lost, 688. the great unhappy, none, 310. they talk who never, 287. those that, must govern, 395. those who greatly, 335. to-morrow will repay, 276. too little and talk too much, 268. what you and other men, 110. Thinketh in his heart, as he, 828. let him that, he standeth, 845. Thinking being, man a, 534. few, how few think justly of the, 534. is an idle waste of thought, 517. makes it so, 134. of the days that are no more, 630. on fantastic summer's heat, 81. on the frosty Caucasus, 81. plain living and high, 472. reed, man is but a, 798. souls, thought of, 579. their own kisses sin, 108. things, impels all, 467. with too much, 321. Thinkings, speak to me as to thy, 153. Thinks like a sage, 607. most acts the best, who, 65. shows what he, 102. too much, he, 111. what ne'er was, 323. who, must mourn, 289. Thin-spun life, slits the, 247. Thirst amidst a sea of waves, 345. if he, give him drink, 844. of praise, 414. Thirsty earth soaks up the rain, 260. fly, busy curious, 671. soul, cold waters to a, 828. Thirteen, maids of, 78. Thirty days hath September, 684. man a fool at, 307. on the wrong side of, 292. This above all, 130. is a cock, 788. or that, without or, 322. that it should come to, 128. was a man, say to all the world, 115. Thomb of gold parde, he had a, 2. Thorn, beneath the milk-white, 447. in the flesh, 846. of experience, 661. primrose peeps beneath the, 398. rose without the, 203, 232. why choose the rankling, 805. withering on the virgin, 57. Thorns, he that plants, 692. little wilful, 629. pricked by the, 691. rosebud with wilful, 629. that in her bosom lodge, 132. touched by the, 520. under a pot, crackling of, 830. which I have reaped, the, 544. Thorny way, steep and, 129. Those that think must govern, 395. who inflict must suffer, 566. who know thee not, 437. Thou art all beauty, 295. art gone from my gaze, 587. art gone to the grave, 535. art the man, 815. canst not say I did it, 122. Though I say it that should not, 198. lost to sight, 587. Thought, adds strength to the, 312. all objects of all, 467. almost say her body, 177. and joy, love and, 469. and passion, chaos of, 317. as a sage, 428. be not rambling in, 755. but ne'er so well expressed, 323. came like a full-blown rose, 575. could wed itself, ere, 632. dared what he greatly, 342. destroyed by, 413. divide, sense from, 316. dome of, the, 541. eies and eares and ev'ry, 23. even with a, 158. evil is wrought by want of, 584. exhausting, 544. explore the, 328. feeling deeper than all, 653. for the morrow, take no, 838. for your life, take no, 838. hath struck him, a Roman, 157. her dying when she slept, 583. him still speaking, 237. human, is the process, 530. hushed be every, 484. in a green shade, green, 263. is deeper than all speech, 653. is often original, a, 637. is speech, when, 489. is the property of him who can entertain it, 602. is tired of wandering, 594. kings of modern, 665. leaped out, 632. like a passing, 447. like a pleasant, 473. like dew upon a, 558. loftiness of, 270. midnight is the noon of, 433. more nigh, lie a, 179. northern, is slow, 648. not one immoral, 377. of convincing, 399. of dining, 399. of our past years, 478. of tender happiness, 476. of the people shall be law, 283. of thee, one, 333. of thinking souls, 579. over-refinement deck out our, 750. pale cast of, 136. pearls of, 661. penny for your, 16, 292. perish that, 296. pined in, 76. pleasing dreadful, 299. power of, 551. pure in, as angels are, 455. sessions of sweet silent, 161. so, go near to be, 53. so once but now I know it, I, 350. sober second, 283. still and serious, 471. strange seas of, 475. such stores as silent, 466. sudden, strikes me, 462. tease us out of, 576. thinking an idle waste of, 517. those that tell of saddest, 565. thou couldst have died, if I had, 563. thou wert a beautiful, 546. thy wish was father to that, 90. tides that followed, 634. to have common, 321. to rear the tender, 355. two souls with a single, 806. vacuity of, 420. vain or shallow, 598. vein of tender, 525. wanderings of thy, 497. what oft was, 323. whistled for want of, 273. who would have, 124. whose armour is his honest, 174. would destroy their paradise, 382. Thoughts, all, all passions, 501. and looks were downward, 225. as boundless, our, 550. as harbingers, most pious, 221. beyond the reaches of our souls, 131. calmer of unquiet, 207. dark soul and foul, 244. employ speech to conceal, 800. even so my bloody, 155. give thy worst of, 153. great feelings great, 634. great, come from the heart, 803. high erected, 34. images and precious, 481. in a shroud of, 544. life is what our, make it, 751. like rose leaves scattered, 558. love light and calm, 502. mantle that covers human, 792. men's, according to inclination, 167. more elevate, 228. never alone with noble, 34. no tongue, give thy, 129. of love, turns to, 625. of men are widened, 626. of mortality, 222. on hospitable, intent, 235. pansies for, there is, 142. pleasant, bring sad thoughts, 466. pretty to force together, 500. ran a wool-gathering, 792. regular as infants' breath, 502. remain below, my, 140. river of his, 553, 614. rule the world, 604. second, are the best, 277. second, are the wisest, 699. serve your best, as gypsies do children, 441. shut up want air, 307. so all unlike each other, 500. style is the dress of, 353. that breathe, 382. that mould the age, 656. that shall glad high souls, 656. that shall not die, 481. that voluntary move, 230. that wander through eternity, 227. to their own second, 283. too deep for tears, 478. transcend our wonted themes, 264. unrighteous man his, 834. unspoken homage of, 616. whose very sweetness, 484. with noble, 34. words without, 140. Thoughtless man, warning for, 481. thankless man, 307. Thousand blushing apparitions, 52. chief of a, for grace, 682. crimes, one virtue and a, 551. deaths in fearing one, 308. decencies, those, 238. fearful wrecks, 96. friends suffice thee not, 767. hearts beat happily, 542. hills, beasts upon a, 781. hills, cattle upon a, 820. homes, near a, 465. innocent

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