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Homeless near a thousand homes, 405.
Homely features to keep home, 246.

wits, home-keeping youth have, 11.
Homer all the books you need, 200.

deep-browed, 576.
Greece boasts her, 271.
himself must beg, 189.
living begged his bread, 189.
nods, nor is it, 323.
our poets steal from, 185.
sometimes nods, 706.

seven cities warred for, 194.
Homer's birth, seven cities claim, 194.

golden chain, 191.
lamp appeared, ere, 414.

rule the best, 328.
Hone, I like your book ingenious, 509.
Honest and true, 150.

as any man living, 52.
as the world goes, 133.
exceeding poor man, 02.
good just and, 670.
I am myseli indifferent, 136.
in the sight of all men, 814.
labour bears a lovely face, 182.
man is aboon his might, 152.
man is the noblest work of God, 319.
man preferred to rich, 733.
my friends were poor but, 73.
tale speeds best, 97.
to be direct and, 154.

whatsoever things are, 847.
Honester, old man and no, 52.
Honesty, aried so strong in, 114.

corruption wins not more than, 100.
dwells like a miser, 72.
is his fault, 109.
is the best policy, 790.
neither manhood nor, 83.
no legacy so rich as, 73.
no, nor manhood in thee, 83.
party, is party expediency, 669.

spring and root of, 7:29.
Honey, flowing with milk and, 813.

gather, all the day, 302.

words sweet as, 337.
Honey and the honeycomb, 819.
Honey-dew, hath fed on, 500.
Honeyed dew, 092.

showers, 247.
Honey-heavy dew of slumber, 111.
Honeyless, leave them, 115.
Honorable, ancient and, 833.
Honour, all is lost save, 807.

and greatness of his name, 101.
and share from no condition rise, 319.
and years, full of, 655.
as in war, 103.
bed of, 212, 305.
but an empty bubble, 272.
chastity of, 410.
comes a pilgrim gray, 390.
dead on the field of, 808.
depths and shoals of, 100.
faithful and clear in, 323.
from corruption keep, 101.
gives greatness, if, 136.
grip, where feel your, 448.

Honour hath no skill ir sui gery,

87.
hurt that, feels, 626.
is a mere scuteleon, 87.
is at the stake, 112.
is lodged, place where, 214.
is lost, what is leit when, 700.
is spick and span new, 212.
is the subject of my story, 110.
jealous in, 09.
lies, there all the, 319.
love obedience troops of friends, 124
loved I not, more, 239.
man being in, abideth not, 890.
mine shall be the post of, 319.
new made, forgets men's names, 78.
of more weight than an oath, Tui.
one vessel unto, SH.
our fortunes and our sacred, 431.
pension list the roll of, 669.
perfect ways of, 101.
pluck up drowned, 84.
post of, is a private station, 298.
praise and glory given, 303.
pricks me on, 87.
prophet not without, 839.
public, is security, 689.
razed from the books of, 161.
rooted in dishonour, 029.
set to a leg, 87.
she knew what was, 237.
sin to covet, if it be a, 92.
sinks where commerce long prefails

394.
that part more hurts, 214.
the king, fear God, 849.
thy father and mother, 695.
there comes, 39).
to pluck bright, St.
turns with frown), defiant, 037.
unto the wife, giving, 819.
what is that word, $7.

without deserving, 35.
Honours, bears his blushing, 99.

more substantial, 100.
of the dead, fading, 187.
on its head, beauteous, 337.

to the world, he gave bis, 100.
Honour's truckle-bed, 212.

voice, can, 381.
Honourable, inen, all, 113.

retreat, 70.

wife, true and, 112.
Honoured bones, Shakespeare's, 351.

by strangers, 335.
how loved how, 335.
in his grave, 020.
in the breach, 130.
in their generations. 837.

so known so, 330.
Hood, a page of, 637.

drink with him that wears a, 22.
Hooded clouds like friars, 613.
Hoodwinked, judgment, 422.
Hoofs of a swinish multitude, 410.
Hook baited with a dragon's tail, 217.

or crook, 15, 28.

salt-fish on his, 158.
Hooks of steel, 129.

Hookas, divine in, 555.
Hook-nosed fellow of Rome, 90.
Hooping, out of all, 70.
Hoops of steel, grapple them with, 129.

three-hooped pot shall have ten, 31.
Hoop's bewitching round, 378.
Hooting at the glorious sun, 501.
Hope abandon who enter here, 709.

against hope, 496, 814.
animated by faith and, 369.
bade the world farewell, 513.
bate a jot of heart or, 252.
break it to our, 126.
cling to weakest, 561.
constancy in wind, 529.
could never hope too much, 631.
deferred, 826.
earthly, how bright soe'er, 535.
elevates, 239.
exiles feed on, 695.
farewell, fear remorse, 231.
final, is flat despair, 226.
flag of the free heart's, 574.
fooled with, 276.
for a fool, more, 828.
frustrate of his, 253.
hath happy place with me, 653.
heavenly, is all serene, 535.
her to attain, 28.
high, for a low heaven, 51.
I laugh for, 655.
in sure and certain, 851.
is brightest, 491.
is theirs by fancy fed, 381.
is there no, the sick man said, 319.
light of, leave the, 514.
lighthouse looked lovely as, 528.
like the gleaming taper, 399.
lined himself with, 88.
never comes that comes to all, 223.
never to, again, 99.
no other inedicine but only, 48.
none e'er loved without, 377.
nor bate a jot of heart or, 252.
of all ills that men endure, 261.
of all who suffer, 619.
of day, without all, 241.
of many nations, 517.
of my spirit, the, 524.
of the resurrection, 851.
of Troy, Astyanax the, 338.
one only, my heart can cheer, 587.
phantoms of, 367.
pleasure, yet all, 276.
prevail, let not, 683.
prisoners of, 830.
repose in trembling, 386.
springs eterual, 315.
still relies on, 398.
strength is felt from, 340.
tells a flattering tale, 683.
the charmer, 513.
the dream of those that wake, 288.
the wretch relies on, 398.
thou hovering angel, 243.
thou nurse of young desire, 427.
though hope were lost, 433.
to attain her, 28.

Hope, to feed on, 29.
to have
mercy,

29.
to meet again, the, 587.
to merit heaven, 510.
to the end, 819.
to write well hereafter, 253.
told a flattering tale, 683.
travels through, 318.
true, is swift, 97.
uncheered by, 537.
we have such, 816.
whence this pleasing, 208.
where reason would despair, love can,

377.
while there's life there's, 349.
white-handed, 243.
withering fled, 551.

world will disagree in faith and, 318.
Hopes, airy, my children, 480.

be filled, with better, 674.
belied our fears, 583.
crawling upon my startled, 296.
laid waste, 606.
like towering falcons, 287.
mortal, defeated, 482.
my fondest, decay, 520.
of future years, 615.
of living, high, 251.
sordid, and vain desires, 531.
startled, 296.
stirred up with high, 254.

tender leaves of, 99.
Hope's perpetual breath, 474.

tender blossoms, 805).
Hopeless anguish, 366.

fancy feigued, by, 630.
Horace whom I hated so, 545.
Horatio, as just a man, 137.

I knew him, 14.
in my mind's eye, 128.
thrift, thrift, 128.

to what base uses may we return, 144
Horatius kept the bridge, 593.
Horde, one polished, 500.
Horizon, I saw her just above the, 409.
Horn, blast of that dread, 190.

of the hunter, 073.
oue blast upon his bugle, 492.
Pan lends his pagan, 331.
the lusty horn, 71.
thrice yon moon had filled her, 306.
Triton blow his wreathed, 477.

voice of that wild, 490.
Horrible discord, brayed, 236.

imaginings, 116.

shadow hence, 122.
Horrid grind, one demd, 652.
Horror, nodding, 243.

of falling into naught, 298.
of his folded tail, 251.

secret dread and inward, 298.
Horrors, hail, 223.

on horror's head, 154.

supped full with, 125.
Horse, anger is like a full hot, 98

call me, 84.
cart before the, 18.
dark, 608.

Horse, give me another, 97.

gray mare the better, 17.
little dearer than his, 626.
louk a gift, in the mouth, 11.
lort for want of a shoe, 360.
made fat by the king's eye, 7-29.
my kingdom for a, 98.
of that colour, 75.
one, was blind, 510.
philosophy is a good, 401.
ride a free, to death, 792.
scarce would move a, 416.
short, soon curried, 12.
sick as a, 379.
something in a flying, 168.
starveth, while grass groweth, 14.
talks of his, 01.
that which is now a, 158.
the taxed, 102.
to the water, 14.

truinpet sounds to, 296.
Horses, between two, 93.

Italy a parulise for, 192.

oats food for, 187.
Horseback, beggar on, 190.

sits on his, is
Horsed, heaven's cherubim, 118.
Horse-leech hath two daughters, 829.
Horsemanship, noble, 86.
Horsemill, perpetual rack or, 188.
Hortensius, his friend, 559.
Hose a world too wide, 09.
Hospitable thoughts intent, 235.
Hospitality, given to, 841.

Bitting with gladness, 617.
Host, himself a, 337.

mingling with the vulgar, 312.
of the Garter, 15.
reckoning without their, 12.
that led the starry, 203.
universal, up sent a shout, 224.

ye heavenly, 278.
Hostages to fortune, 165.
Hostess' door, at mine, 78.

without their, 32.
Hot and rebellious liquors, 67.

cole moist and dry, 229.
hammer your iron when it is, 709.
haste, mounting in, 512.
heat not a furnace too, 98.
in the mouth, 75.

temper leaps o'er a cold decree, 61.
Hound, hold with the, 33.

or spaniel, 148.

run with the, 12.
Hour, await the inevitable, 384.
before the worshipped sun peered

forth, 101.
bounties of an, 306.
busy with the crowded, 600.
by his dial, 68.
by Shrewsbury clock, 88.
catch the transient, 360.
cloud which wraps the present, 380.
delight my private, 241.
evening's calm and holy, 488.
ever thus from childhood's, 526.
for a dark, 120.

Hour, for one short, t.

friendliest to sleep, 235,
I have had mny, 1.4.
if we do but watch the, 55.
improve each shining, 302
in a sunny, fall off, 020.
insects of the, 410.
lives its little, 013.
luckless from that, 223,
make the coming, o'errow, 73.
may lay it in the dust, 541.
nothing can bring back the, 178.
now's the day and now's the, 15)
of blind old Dandolo, cze, 5.
of glorious lise, one crowded, 193.
of might, in their, 02.
of night, the cheerles., 08.
of night, the tranquil. i.
of that Dundee, single, 474.
of virtuous liberty, 273.
one seli-approving, 319.
pensioner on the boumties of an, 306
rose that lives its little, 513.
some wee short, 16.
this consecrated, 074.
time and the, 116.
to hour we ripe and ripe, 68.
to open for the world a purer, (55.
torturing, 26, 332.
troublesome insects of the, 410.
upon the stage, frets his, 125.
weep for the, 530.
when God cends a cheerful, *32.
when lovers' Vows, 371.
with beauly's chain, 525.
wonder of an, the, 141.

wraps the present, 30).
Hours I once enjoyed, peaceful, 122

mourutul midnight, 017.
of bliss, winged, 514.
of ease, to, 455.
of ease, woman ir, our, 490.
of time, creeping, 68.
on angel wings, 44).
set apart for business, 362.
seven, to law, 438
six, in sleep, 24.
some wee short, 446.
steal a few, from the night, 521.
unheeded tiew the, 461.
waked by the circling, 235.
wise, to talk with our past, 307.

with tlying feet, 542.
Hour's talk withal, never spent an, 58
Houris, lying with, 357.
House and home, out of, 89.

appointed for all living, 817.
babe in a, 610.
be divided against itself, 811.
brawling woman in a wide, 827.
chimney in my father's, 9.
clouds that loured upon our,
dark, and long sleep, 580.
daughter of my, 512.
daughters of my father's, 76
get out of my, 791.
ill spirit have so fair a, 13
is to be let for life. 204.

House, like a miser in a poor, 72.

little pleasure in the, 427.
man's, his castle, 24.
mansions in my Father's, 813.
moat defensive to a. S1.
nae luck about the, 426.
of every one as his castle, 24.
of feasting, 830.
of Lords, honoured at the, 330.
of mourning, better go to the, 830.
of my friends, 80.
of my God, 821.
of Pindarus, 232.
of prayer, wherever God erects a, 286.
on another man's ground, 15.
one mind in an, 851.
peace be to this, 8+2.
prop of my, 05.
rejects him, fired that the, 326.
return no more to his, 810.
set thine, in order, 831.
shot inine arrow o'er the, 145.
80 fair a, 13.
sole daughter of my, 5-12.
to lodge a friend, 289.
when we see the figure of the, 88.
you take my, when you take the prop,

05.
Houses fer asоnder, 2.

mended, old, 296.
plague o' both your, 107.
keem asleep, the very,

470.
thick and sewers annoy, 239.
Household, ways of her, 829.

words, fainiliar as, 92.
Houseless heads, 147.
Housetop, corner of the, 827.
Housewife that's thrifty, H2.
How are the inighty fallen, 815.

art thou fallen, 833.
blest is he, 390.
he will talk, 281.
I pities them, 510.
it talked, Lord, 197.

not to do it, 652.
Howards, blood of all the, 319.
Howe'er it be it seems to me, 624.
Howling of the wolf, 38.
Howls along the sky, 392.
Hub of the solar system, 038.
Huddle up their work, 419.
Hue as red as the rosy bed, 678.

cuckoo-buds of yellow, 56.
love's proper, 238.
of resolution, the native, 136.
sinuous shells of pearly, 511.

unto the rainbow, add another, 79.
Hues, Aowers of all, 232.

like nature's, 355.
of bliss, 386.

were born in heaven, thy, 574.
Hug the dear deceit, we, 362.
Hugged by the old, 585.

by the strumpet wind, 62.

the offender, 273.
Hugs it to the last, 525.
Huldy all alone there sot, 659.
Hum, beehive's, 45-).

Huin, midst the crowd the, 541.

no voice or hideous, 251.
of either ariny sounds, 91.
of human cities torture, 513.
of men, the busy, 249.

of inighty workings, 576.
Human, all that is, must retrograde, 430.

bliss to human woe, 794.
creatures' live3, 585.
ends are ultimately answered, 530
events, course of, 431.
face divine, 230.
features, differences in, 718.
form divine, 3H.
form, teemed with, 394.
heart, naked, 308.
hearts endure, all that, 367.
kind, plagues and dotages of, 188.
kindness, milk of, 117.
life, leaves from the book of, 617.
inind in ruins, 682.
mortals, 57.
nature's daily food, 474.
offspring, true source of, 234.
race, forget the, 517.
race from China to Peru, 365.
soul take wing, to see the, 552.
spark is left, nor, 332.
thought is the process, 530.
to err in opinion, 742.
to err is, 320.

to step aside is, 448.
Humanities of old religion, 504.
Humanity, aught that dignifies, 594.

imitated abominably, 137.
of a veined, 620.
still sad music of, 467.
suffering sad, 614.
wearisome condition of, 35.

with all its fears, 615.
Humankind, lord of, 277.

lords of, 395.

porcelain clay of, 277.
Humble, be it ever so, 568.

cares and delicate fears, 469.
heart that was, 518.
livery in content, 98.
none shall rule but the, 599.
Port to imperial Tokay, 380.
tranquil spirit, 182.

wisdom is, 422.
Humbleness, whispering, 61.
Humility and modest stillness, 91.

is a virtue all preach, 195.
like the virtue of, 207.
pride that apes, 501, 507.
proud in, 188.

that low sweet root, 527.
Humorous ladyship, 79.

sadness, wraps me in, 70.

sigh, very beadle to a, 55.
Humour, career of his, 51.

of it, there's the, 45.
such as distils from gods, 732.
the only test of gravity, 578.
void of wit and, 389.

was ever woman in this, won, 96.
Humours, in all thy, 300.

men, 376.

Humours, turn with climes, 321.
Huncannunca's eyes, in, 303.
Hundred and fifty ways, 71.

isles, throned on her, 514.
while one might tell a, 129.

years are goue, when a, 607.
Hung be the heavens with black, 93.

over her enamoured, 235.

with grooms and porters, 626.
Hungarian wight, 45.
Hunger, food that appeases, 792.

i thine enemy, feed him, 844.
is the teacher of arts, 305.
obliged by, 326.

two weak evils age and, 69.
Hungry as the grave, 336.

judges, 326.
lean-faced villain, 50.
look, a lean and, 111.

sinner, the, 500.
Hunt for a forgotten dream, 472.

in fields for health unbought, 270.

it in the dark, 416.
Hunter and the deer a shade, 43, 514.

horn of the, 673.

mighty, prey was man, 333.
Hunting amusement of English gentle-
labour of savages of North America,

376.
which the devil designed, 272.
Hunts in dreams, like a dog, 026.
Huntsman his pack, as a, 3.99.
Hurly-burly 's done, when the, 115.
Hurrah for the next that dies, Gil.
Hurry, in haste but never in a, 359.
Hurry-scurry helter-skelter, 506.
Hurt cannot be much, 107.

he that sweareth to his own, 818.
more afraid than, 11.
of the inside, 212.
past all surgery, 152.

that honour feels, 626.
Hurtles in the darkened air, 384.
Husband cools, ne'er answers till a, 321.
frae the wife despises, advices the,

451.
lover may be lost in the, 377.
she commandeth her, 22.
such duty woman oweth to her, 73.

truant, should return, 556.
Husband's eye, lovely in her, 465.

heart, level in her, 75.
Husbanded and so fathered, 112.
Husbandman, life of the, 597.
Husbandry, dulls the edge of, 130.

in heaven there's, 119.
Hush my dear lie still, 302.
Hushed be every thought, 484.

in grim repose, 383.
Huswife's wool, tease the, 246.
Hut, he made him a, 391.

love in a, 574.

that dear, our home, 362.
Huzzas, loud, 319.
Hyacinthine locks, 232.
Hydras and Chimæras dire, 228.
Hyena, voice of the, 38.

Hymn affords, fineness which

a,

205.
its low perpetual, 60).

to his own death, 63, 80.
Hyperion to a satyr, 128.
Hyperion's curls, 140.
Hypocrisy, an organized, 607.

is the homage, 795.

of a bishop, 688.
Hypocrites, cant of, 378.
Hypocritic tear, 571.
Hyrcan tiger, 1.2.
Hyssop, from the cedar to the, 593.
Hysterica passio, down, 146.
I am here I shall remain, 808.

am no orator, 111,
am Sir Oracle, (0.
am the state, 808.
came I saw I conquered, 735.
have nothing elowe much, 770.
know not I ask not, 522.

love it I love it, 05.
lago, the pity of it, 155.
Ice, be thou chaste as, 136.

fortune's, to virtue's land, 267.
in June, seek, 333.
motionless as, 473.
starve in, 238.
thick-ribbed, 48.

to smooth the, 79.
Iceland, no snakes in, 373.
Icicle, chaste as the, 103.
Icily regular splendidly mull, 131.
lcy hands, death lays his, 209.
Idea, American, 39.

he had only one, 371, 69.
of her life shall sweetly creep, 53.
possess but one, 371.

teach the young, 301,
Ideas, man of nasty, *1.

who sung divine, 539.
Ides are come, 112.

of March, beware the, 110, 728.
Idiot, tale told by an, 125.
Idle as a painted ship, 495.

brain, children of an, 105.
hands to do, mischief for, 302.
thunder in his listed hand, 27.
toil does not come to help the, 707
waste of thought, 517.
whom the world calls, 420.
wild and young, 676.
wind, pass by me as the, 114.

wishes, stay in, 444.
Idleness an appendix to nobility, 361.

bread of, 829.
frivolous work of polished, 457.
penalties of, 332.

to eat his heart away, 30.
Idler, busy world an, 420.

is a watch, 415.
Idly spoken, word so, 606.
Idolatry, god of my, 106.
Idols to the moles and bats, 832.
If any speak, 113.

is the only peacemaker, 72.
it be now't is not to come, 145.
much virtue in, 12.

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