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Hands, entire affection hateth nicer, 27. Happens at all, whatever, happens as
establish the work of our,

822.

should, 751,
fatal, their, 229.

Happier in the passion we feel, 795.
former times shake, 212.

than I know, feel that I am, 337.
from picking and stealing, 850.

things, remembering, 621.
hath not a Jew, 63.

Happiness below, virtue alone is, 319.
little folding of the, 825.

distant views of, 181.
many, make light work, 17.

depends as nature shows, 413.
mischief for idle, 302.

domestic, thou only bliss, 419.
mouths without, 273.

fireside, 455.
never made to tear each other, 302. glimpse of, saw a, 221.
not hearts, 155.

lies in superfluities, 738.
of fellowship, the right, 846.

man's, to do proper things, 756.
promiscuously applied, 518.

of the greatest number, 356.
shake, with a king, 563.

of the rational animal, 755.
that might have swayed, 384.

our being's end and aim, 318.
their knell is rung, by fairy, 389.

our pastime and our, 477.
then take, 42.

produced by a good inn, 372.
to valour given, 574.

pursuit of, 434.
two, upon the breast, 667.

spectacle of human, 462.
washing with invisible soap, 584.

that makes the heart afraid, 584
watch that wants both, 415.

thought of tender, 476.
were made before knives, 293.

through another's eyes, 71.
wings or feet, 230.

too familiar, 483.
with his two happy, 31.

too swiftly flies, 382.
Handel's but a ninny, 351.

virtue sufficient for, 760.
Handle not taste not, 847.

was born a twin, 557.
toward my hand, 119.

we prize, if solid, 362.
Handles, everything hath two, 746. Happy accident, 174, 102, 792.
Handful of meal in a barrel, 815.

am I from care I'm free, 689.
of silver, just for a, 646.

as a lover, 476.
Hand-in-glove, were, 293.

because God wills it, 658.
Hapdiwork, showeth his, $19.

constellations, 238.
Handmaid of justice, truth the, 460.

could I be with either, 348.
Hand-saw, hawk from a, 134.

days, a world of, 96.
Handsome, everything about him, 53. earthlier, is the rose distilled, 57.

in three hundred pounds a year, 46. few, we band of brothers, 92.
is that handsome does, 401.

fields farewell, 223.
wee thing, 450.

for him his father was before him, 22
Handy-dandy, change places and, 148. he whose name has been well spelt, 554
Hang a calf's skin, 19.

he with such a mother, 630.
a doubt on, nor loop to, 154.

hills pleasing shade, 381.
out our banners, 125.

is he born or taught, 174.
sorrow care will kill a cat, 177.

is the blameless vestal's lot, 333.
the pensive head, 248.

little, if I could say how much, 51.
themselves in hope one will come and make two lovers, 330.
cut the halter, 222.

man be his dole, 46.
together, we must all, 361.

man happy dole, 11.
upon his pent-house lid, 116.

man that hath his quiver full, 824.
us every mother's son, 57.

man 's without a shirt, &.
Hangs a tale, thereby, 68, 73.

mixtures of happy days, 554.
his head for shame, 681.

never so, as we suppose, 794.
on Dian's temple, 103.

pair live while ye may, 233.
on prince's favours, 99.

soul that all the way, 259.
upon the cheek of night, 105.

that have called thee so, 508.
Hanging and marriage go by destiny, 192. the man and happy he alone, 273.
and wiving go by destiny, 10, 63.

the man whose wish, 334.
his cat on Monday, 856.

to the unhappy owe, what the, 343
in a golden chain, 230.

walks and shades, 239.
was the worst use man could be put was it for that son, 55.

who in his verse, can steer, 799.
Hangman of creation mark, 449.

why so few marriages are, 291.
Hangman's whip, fear o' hell, 448.

years, ah, 541.
Hannibal had mighty virtues, 186. Harass the distrest, 366.
was å very pretty fellow, 295.

Harbinger, spring-time's, 199.
Haphazard, let no act be done at, 751. Harbingers of blood and death, 126.
Hapless love, pangs of, 367.

to heaven, 221.
Happened once, this could but have, 650. / Harbour give, in life did, 178.

to, 175.

Hard a keeping oath, sworn too, 54.
Hard crab-tree, 211.

long is the way and, 227.
nothing so, but search will find it, 203.
their lot, how, 672.
to part when friends are dear, 433.
to please everybody, 712.
to please, uncertain coy and, 490.

way of transgressors is, 826.
Hardship, life of danger and, 537.
Hardships prevent melancholy, 373.
Hardens all within, 448.
Hardest-timbered oak, 94.
Hardy as the Nemean lion's nerve, 131.
Hare, hold with the, 12.

mad as a March, 18, 790.
to run with the, 33.

to start a, 84.
Hark from the tombs, 303.

hark the lark, 159.
the shrill trumpet sounds, 296.

they whisper, 334.
Harm me, fate cannot, 461.

win us to our, 116.
Harmes two the lesse, of, 5.
Harmless as doves, 839.

day, entertains the, 174.
earth, bowels of the, 83.
flaming meteor, 261.
necessary cat, 64.

pleasure, stock of, 369.
Harmonies, concerted, 580.
Harmonious numbers, 230.

sound on golden hinges, 236.

whose touch, 367.
Harmoniously confused, 333.
Harmony for thee 0 universe, 752.

heaven drowsy with, the, 56.
heavenly, 271.
hidden soul of, 249.
in her bright eye, 259.
in immortal souls, 65.
like deep, enforce attention, 81.
not understood, 316.
of circumstances, 706.
of shape, air and, 287.
of the universe, 409.
of the world, her voice the, 31.
sentimentally disposed to, 509.
to harmony, 271.

touches of sweet, 65.
Harness, dead in his, 837.

him that girdeth on his, 816.

on our back, die with, 126.
Haroun Alraschid, good, 623.
Harp, high-born Hoel's, 383.

in divers tones, 031.
of life, love took up the, 625.
of Orpheus, 253.
of thousand strings, 303.
open palm upon his, 617.
sings to one clear, 631.

through Tara's halls, 519.
Harpa upon the willows, 824.
Harper, wind that grand old, 667.
Harping on my daughter, 133.
Harpy-footed Furies, 228.
Harrow up thy soul, 131.

Harry the King Bedford, 92.

with his beaver on, 86.
Harsh as truth, I will be as, 605

the words of Mercury are, 57.
Harshness gives offence, no, 324.
Hart, like a youthful, 302.

panteth aiter water brooks, 820.

ungalled play, 138.
Harvest, earth laughs with a, 597.

of a quiet eye, 471.
of the new-mowy hay, 296.

truly is plenteous, 839.
Harvest-home, a stubble-land at, 83.
Harvest-time of love, 508.
Haste, I am always in, 359.

make, the better foot before, 80.
maketh waste, 9.
married in, 295.
mounting in hot, 542.
one with moderate, 129.
sweaty, 126.
to be rich, 829.
to repay an obligation, 795.

to wed at leisure, wooed in, 72.
Hasten to be drunk, 273.
Hastening ills, prey to, 396.
Hasty as fire deaf as the sea, 80.
Hat, broad-brimmed, 352.

by his cockle, 405.
fashion of his, 50.
it was not all a, 690,
not the worse for wear, 417.
that bows to no salaam, 586.
the ultimum moriens of respectability,

638.
three cornered, the old, 635.

upon my head, with my, 375.
Hats, shocking bad, 403.
Hatched, chickens ere they are, 214, 791.

to the woful time, 120.
Hatches, his body's under, 436.
Hate a dumpy woman, 556.

cherish those hearts that, 100.
immortal, 223.
in the like extreme, 345.
Juno's unrelenting, 274.
lost between us, no, 173.
of hate scorn of scorn, 623.
of those below, 513.
thine enemy, 838.
those you have injured, to, 747.

your neighbour, 591.
Hates that excellence, 355.
Hated him, loved my country and, 555

needs but to be seen, to be, 317.

with a hate, 558.
Hater, he was a good, 375.
Hathaway, angels must love Ann, 690.
Hating David, not only, 268.

no one love but her, 547.
Hatred, love turned to, 294.
Haughtiness of soul, 298.
Haughty spirit before a fall, 826.
Haunt, exempt from public, 67.
Haunts in dale or mountain, 504.

of men, the busy, 570.

the guilty mind, suspicion, 95.
Haunted holy ground, 541.

Haunted me like a passion, 467.

spring and dale, froin, 251.
Have aud to hold, 850.

it so, you would, 798.
naught venture naught, 15.

we prize not what we', 63.
Have-much and Have-little, 789.
Havens, ports and happy, 50.
Having nothing yet hath all, 174, 846.
Havoc, cry, and let slip the dogs, 113.
Hawk from a hand-saw, 134.
Hawks, betweeu two, 93.
Hawthorn bush with seats, 395.

in the dale, under the, 248.
Hay, harvest of the new mown, 296.

make, while the sun shines, 787.
needle in a bottle of, 670,
reposing himself in the, 400.

when the sun shineth make, 10.
Hazard of concealing, 448.

of the die, I will stand the, 38.
de alone is blessed, 2.9.

best can paint them, 333.
comes too bear, 193, 350.
cometh unto you, 34.
first deceased, 175.
for God only, 232.
knew what's what, 8.
muy run that readeth, 836.
that is down, 212, 266.
that is not with me, 842.
that is robbed, 154.
that runs may read, 422.

that wrestles with us, 411.
He was the word that spake it, 177.

who can call to-day his own, 273.
Head and front of my offending, 149.

beauteous honours on its, 337.
buck of the first, 55.
coals of fire on his, 828, 844.
cover my, now, 584.
crotchets in thy, thou hast some, 45.
crown of his, 51, 173, 198.
crown old winter's, 259.
dissever from the fair, 326.
eternal sunshine settles on its, 397.
fame over his living, 545.
fantastically carved, 90.
fruitless crown upon my, 121.
gently falling on thy, 302.
gently lay my, 218.
good gray, 6:27.
green grass turf at his, 405.
hairs of your, all numbered, 839.
hands wings, 230.
hang the pensive, 248.
hangs his, for shame, 681.
hat upon my, 375.
heart inny give a lesson to the, 422.
heaven to the weary, 584.
helmet for a blow on the, 764.
here rests his, 386.
hoary, is a crown of glory, 826.
imperfections on my, 132.
is as full of quarrels, 107.
is fancy bred, in heart or, 63.
is not more native to the heart, 127.
is sick and the heart faint, 832.

Head, learned lumber in his, 328.

less beloved, 547.
lodgings in a, 210.
nail on the, 20, 183.
no roofe to shrow his, 194.
not where to lay his, 839.
not yet completely silvered, 412.
of the table, 790.
of things, great, 717.
off with a golden axe, 108.
off with his, 97, Au.
on horror's, 154.
one small, 397.
plays round the, 319.
precious jewel in his, 67.
repairs his drooping, 248.
seems no bigger thau huis, 148.
silent doctor shook his, 3:9.
silvered o'er by time, 419.
so many books upon his, 457.
so young a body so old , 64.
some less majestic, 147.
stroked with a slipper, 703.
sweet tooth in his, 33.
that wears a crown, S9.
the wise the reverend, 313.
to be let unfurnished, 210.
to contrive, 255, 430.
turns no more his, 493.
uneasy lies the, $9.
was silvered o'er with age, 348.
what seerned his, 928.
which statuaries loved to copy, 500

with reading stuff the, 332.
Heads beneath their shoulders, 15).

hide their diminished, 231.
houseless, 147.
ignominious, 339.
nailed by the ears, 214.
never raising, 469.
80 many wits so inany, 10.
sometimes so little, 72.
tall men had emptv, 170.
too little for wit, 12.
touch heaven, hills whose. 150.

two better than one, 12.
Head-stone of the corner, 623.
Headstrong as an allegory, 440.
Healer, scorn not death the, 46.
Healing in his wings, 8.

of the most High cometh, 837.
Health, be thou a spirit of, 130.

best physic to preserve, 167.
dainties might hurt their, 398
good sense and good, 713.
he that wil this, deny, 672
hunt in fields for, 270.
is the second blessing, 208.
my nerves and fibres brace, 357.
peace and, 387.
peace and competence, 319.
unbought, 270.
vital principle of bliss, 358.

while grace affordeth, 22.
Healths tive-fathom deep, 105.
Healthful play, 302.
Healthy nature, blessed is the, 572

Wealthy and wise, 300.

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Heap, misfortunes laid in one, 736.

of dust alone remains of thee, 335.
Heaps of miser's treasures, 214.

of pearl, 36.

ungunned, of treasure, 244.
Heapeth up riches, 819.
Hear a voice you cannot hear, 1, 314.

be silent that you inay, 113.
be swift to, 849.
by tale or history, 57.
he that hath ears to, 841.
it not Duncan, 119.
listening still they seemed to, 345.
me for any cause, 113.
bone so deaf that will not, 19, 283.
these tell-tale women, 97.

to see to feel to, 511.
Heard and do in part believe it, 127.

for much speaking, 838.
I will be, 605.
it said full oft, 163.
melodies are sweet, 576.
of thee by the hearing of the ear, 818.
round the world, 599.
so coldly, 606.
the world around, 251.

wished she had not, it, 150.
Hearers, too deep for his, 399.
Hearing ear, the, 827.

ear the speaking tongue, 603.

of the ear, heard of thee by the, 818.
Hearings, younger, quite ravished, 55.
Hearkeners seldom hear good of them.

selves, 283.
Hearse, underneath this sable, 179.
Hearsed in death, 130.
Heart, a little heaven in each, 288.

a merry, 826.
afraid, that makes the, 584.
and hand both open, 102.
and lute, my, 525.
arrow for the, 560.
as he thinketh in his, 828.
awake to the flowers, 520.
bare the mean, 328.
be troubledi, let not your, 843.
beating of my own, 131.
beatings of my, 467.
beats high and warm, blood-tinctured,

620.
bowed down by weight of woe, 561.
bread which strengthens mu's, 283.
buildeth on the vulgar, 89.
burn within us, 842.
can know, ease the, 389.
can ne'er a transport know, 377.
can this fond, forget, 582.
cockles of the, 853.
command my, and me, 258.
comes not to the, 319.
congenial to my, 398.
could find it in my, 52.
detector of the, 307.
detests him, my, 338.
did break, some, 631.
distrusting asks, 398.
doth ache, while his, 266.
doth the full, reveal, 502.

Heart, doubt one, that if believed, 641.

dupe of the, 795.
ease of, her look conveyed, 444.
eat not thy, 729.
evening twilight of the, 502.
every, to heaven aspires, 531.
every woman is a rake at, 321.
fails thee, if thy, 26.
faint, ne'er wou fair lady, 789.
faint and the head is sick, 832.
felt along the, 407.
first set my poor, free, 184.
fool hath said in his, 818.
for any fate, with a, 612.
for every fate, here's a, 553.
for falsehood framed, 12.
fountain of sweet tears, 409.
gently upon my, 617.
gets his speeches by, 456.
give iesson to the head, 422.
give me back my, 540.
gladness of, 837
glows in every, 310.
great thoughts come from the, 808.
grief tears his, 311.
griping griefs the, wound, 404.
grow fonder, absence makes the,

581.
hand upon many a, 616.
hand with my, in 't, 43.
hard was the, 38.
has learned to glow, 346.
hath 'scaped this sorrow, 102.
hath tried, save he whose, 550.
he seeth with the, 503.
head is not more native to the, 127.
how dear to this, 537.
I give my hand and, 530.
if guilt 's in that, 522.
in concord beats, 485.
in conjecture of a neighbour's, 749.
in thy hand, 43.
incense of the, 362, 538.
is a free and fetterless thing, 680.
is fixed, my, 821.
is freedom's shield, each, 675.
is idly stirred, my, 471.
is in a vein, when the, 525.
is in the highlands, my, 450.
is true as steel, 58.
is wax to be moulded, 792.
kind and gentle, he had, 400.
kindlier hand the eager, 633.
knew of pain, all the, 679.
knock at my ribs, 116.
know truth by the, 799.
knoweth his own bitterness, 826.
let me wring your, 110.
level in her husband's, 75.
look in thy, 34.
look then into thine, 612.
lord of the lion, 392.
maketh glad the, 823.
man after his own, 814.
man's, deviseth his way, 826.
many a feeling, 502.
merry, doeth good, 827.
merry, goes all the day, 77

Heart, merry, maketh a cheerful counte- | Heart to eate thy, 30.
nance, 826.

to heart mind to mind, 488.
more native to the, 127.

to resolve, 430.
moved more than with a trumpet, 34. toil on poor, unceasingly, 654.
music in my, I bore, 473.

tongue nor, cannot conceive, 120.
must have something to cherish, 617. unpack my, with words, 135.
my book and, 686.

untainted, 94.
my fond, shall pant for you, 671.

untravelled fondly turns to thee, 394
naked human, 308.

upon my sleeve, wear my, 149.
nature's, beats strong, 634.

want of, 584.
nature's, in tune, 580.

war was in his, 821,
ne'er within him burned, 488.

warm within, 122.
new opened, I feel my, 99.

was kind and soft, 436.
next our own, 569.

was wax to receive, 551.
of a inaiden is stolen, when the, 521. way to hit a woman's, 597.
of a inau is depressed, 318.

weed's plain, 650.
of courtesy, seated in the, 34.

what female, can gold despise, 381.
of heart, in my, 138.

when we meet a mutual, 3%
of man depressed with cares, 348.

where your treasure is, 838.
of man, the devil dwells in, 218.

which most enamour us, w.
of my mystery, pluck out the, 139. which others bleed for, 294.
of nature, out from the, 598.

whispers the o'erfraught, 124.
old man's, blood in an, 655.

whose lines are mottoes of the, 514
on her lips, 551.

widow's, to sing for joy, 817.
or head, where is fancy bred in, 63. will break, thus the, 513.
or hope, nor bate a jot of, 252.

with heart in concord, 485.
out of the abundance of the, 839.

with strings of steel, 139.
pang that rends the, 398.

with your treasure, 838.
plays an old tune on the, 654.

within and God o'erhead, 612.
preaching down a daughter's, 626. would break my jealous, 279.
ran o'er with silent worship, 554.

would fain deny, 124.
repairs, a generous, 314.

Hearts are mighty, 46.
replies, and the, 4:22.

are warm, our, 676.
responds unto his own, 613.

believe the truths I tell, 389.
riven with vain endeavour, 473.

bid the tyrants defiance, 516.
rotten at the, 61.

cheerful, now broken, 5:23.
ruddy drops that visit my sad, 112. cherish those, that hate thee, 100.
ruddy drops that warm iny, 383.

day-star arise in your, 849.
Beeth with the, 503.

dry as summer dust, 479.
Shakespeare unlocked his, 485, 652. endure, of all that human, 367.
show his eyes and grieve his, 123. ensanguined, 420.
sick, maketh the, 826.

feeling, touch but rightly, 455.
sigh that rends thy constant, 402.

hands not, 155.
sinking, changing cheek, 550.

he fashioneth their, alike, 819.
sky did never melt into his, 468.

here bring your wounded, 524.
sleeps on his own, 471.

in love use their own tongues, 51.
80 full a drop overfills it, 658.

kind, are more than coronets, (24.
spring of love gushed from my, 498. lie withered, when true, 521.
strike mine eyes not my,

178.

love in your, as idly burns, 213.
stutf which weighs upon the, 125. of his countrymen, 15.
Buch partings break the, 540.

of his fellow-citizens, 445.
suffered idleness to eat his, 30.

of kings, enthroned in the, 64.
sweet creation of some, 646.

of oak are our ships, 388.
sweetly tender, 624.

our, our hopes are all with thee, 615.
take thy beak from out my, 640.

our, our hopes our prayers, 615.
tears rise in the, 030.

passion of great, 656.
tenderest, even the, 569.

resolved on victory or death, 804.
that break and give no sign, 636.

steal away your, 114.
that has truly loved, 520.

that love, dissensions between, 536
that is broken, soothe a, 492.

that once beat high, 519.
that is soonest awake, 520.

that the world had tried, 526.
that loved her, betray the, 467.

there is no union here of, 496.
that mighty, is lying still, 470.

though stout and brave, 612
that never feels a pain, 377.

thousand, beat happily, 542
that was humble, 518.

to live in, we leave behind, 516.
the seson priketh every gentil, 2. two, that beat as one, 805.
they say Ward has no, 456.

union of, union of hands, 596
to conceive, 688.

unkind, I have heard of, 466.

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