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Lover rooted stays, the, 602.

Luke's iron crown, 395.
sighing like furnace, 69.

Lumber, learned, in his head, 325.
some banished, 333.

Luminous cloud, joy the, 502.
still an angel appear to each, 305. Lump, little leaven leaveneth the, 846.
to listening maid, 573.

Lunatic lover and the poet, 59.
why so pale and wan, 256.

Lunes, in his old, 46.
woman loves her, 557.

Lungs began to crow, 68.
Lovers cannot see their pretty follies, 62. receive our air, 418.
happy, and make two, 330.

Luscious as locusts, 151.
love the western star, 487.

woodbine, 58.
meeting, journeys end in, 75.

Lust in man, there is a, 670.
never tired of each other, 796.

of gold, the narrowing, 633.
of virtue, all that are, 208,

Lusts or wine, not in toys or, 260.
old, are soundest, 181.

Lustre, ne'er could any, see, 42.
quarrels of, 702.

purpled with rosy, 342.
Romans countıymen and, 113.

shine with such, 422, 424.
swear more performance than they Lusty winter, 67.
are able, 102.

Lute, heart and, 525.
whispering, 395.

listened to a, 589.
women love their, 796.

little rift within the, 629.
Lovers' hell, injured, 235,

musical as Apollo's, 56, 245.
perjuries, Jove laughs at, 106.

my heart and, 525.
perjury, Jove but laughs at, 272.

Orpheus with his, 98.
songs turned to holy psalms, 25.

pleasing of a, 95.
tongues by night, 106.

this time-worn, 525.
Vows seem sweet, 551.

Luve is like a red red rose, my, 451.
Love-rhymes, regent of, 55.

is like the melodie, 451.
Lovesick, the winds were, 159.

Luxuries of life, 037.
Love-song to the morn, 611.

Luxurious by restraint, 238.
Loving are the daring, the, 666.

man falsely, 355.
to my mother, so, 128.

Luxury, blesses his stars and thinks it,
Low ambition and the pride, 314.

297.
death makes equal high and, 9.

curst by heaven, 398.
foreheads villanous, 43.

in self-dispraise, there is a, 480.
laid in my grave, that I were, 78. of disrespect, 483.
lone song, hear but their, 680.

of doing good, 295, 394, 444.
speak, if you speak love, 51.

of woe, I'll taste the, 518.
support and raise what is, 223.

to be, it was a, 501.
to Him no high no, 316.

Lycurgus brought long hair into fashion,
too, they build, 309.

734.
Lower, can fall no, 212.

Lydian airs, lap me in soft, 249.
to the higher, 660.

measures, softly sweet in, 272.
Lowering element scowls, 227.

Lyfe so short the craft so long, 6.
Lowers, the morning, 297.

Lying, as easy as, 138.
Lowest deep a lower, in the, 231.

getting up not so easy as, 584.
of your throng, 234.

with houris, 387.
Lowing herd winds slowly, 384.

without having tasted of, 755.
Lowliness ambition's ladder, 111,

world is given to, 88.
Lowly born, better to be, 98.

Lymn, spaniel brach or, 148.
laid, high ambition, 487.

Lyre, each mode of the, 519.
taught and highly fed, 73.

heaven-taught, 377.
wise, be, 237.

Milton's golden, 391.
Lown, called the tailor, 152.

the living, 384.
Loyal and neutral in a moment, 120. Lyric, splendid ecclesiastical, 609.
Lubricates business, dinner, 437.
Lucent syrops, 575.

Mab, Queen, hath been with you, 104.
Lucid interval, 857.

Macassar, incomparable oil, 555.
Lucifer, falls like, 99.

Macaulay is a book in breeches, 461.
son of the morning, 833.

out of literature, 461.
Luck about the house, nae, 426.

Macbeth does murder sleep, 119.
in odd numbers, 16.

Macduff, lay on, 126.
old shoe for, 12.

Macedon, fulmined over Greece to, 241.
would have it, as good, 46.

there is a river in, 92.
Luckless hour, from that, 2.

MacGregor, my name is, 493.
Lucky chance, 356.

where sits, 790.
Lucre, not greedy of filthy, 847.

Machiavel had ne'er a trick, 215.
Lucullus sups with Lucullus, 725.

Mad as a March hare, 18, 790.
Lucy ceased to be, when, 469.

finger's breadth of being, 763.

Mad, if I am Sophocles I am not, 697. Maid, it was an Abyssinian, 500.
it is fitter being sane than, 650.

lover to listening, 573.
it was, how sad and bad and, 650.

meek as is a, 1.
out of too much learning become, 193. music heavenly, 390.
pleasure in being, 277.

of Athens ere we part, 540.
prose run, 327.

snatched from the sidelong, 356.
the dog went, and bit the man, 400. some captive, 333.
't is true he's, 133.

sphere-descended, 390.
undevout astronomer is, 310.

sweetest garland to the sweetest, 314.
whom fortune makes, 713.

the chariest, 129.
Madam Blaize, lament for, 400.

there were none to praise, 469.
me no madam, 802.

when King Cophetua loved the beggar,
Madden round the land, 326.

105.
to crime, now, 519.

who modestly conceals, 378.
Maddest merriest day, 624.

widowed wife and wedded, 494.
Madding crowd, far from the, 385.

with none to praise, 469.
Made, annihilating all that 's, 263. Maids are May when they are maids, 71.
fearfully and wonderfully, 824.

malady most incident to, 78.
glorious summer, 95.

of thirteen talk of puppy dogs, 78.
light of it, 840.

that weave thread with bones, 75.
man knows not for what he was, 755. who love the moon, 520.
no more bones, 784.

Maiden meditation fancy-free, 58.
Madmen know, none but, 277.

of bashful fifteen, 442.
Madness, despondency and, 470.

presence, scanter of your, 130.
genius has a tincture of, 714.

shame, blush of, 573.
go you may call it, 456.

showers, like those, 202.
great wits allied to, 267.

sings, the village, 393.
in the brain, work like, 500.

sword, bravely fleshed thy, 87.
lies, that way, 147.

true betrayed for gold, 489.
melancholy, of poetry, 688.

will steal after her heart, the, 521.
method in, 133.

with white fire laden, 565.
midsummer, this is very, 76.

young heart of a, 521.
moody, laughing wild, 381.

Maidens call it love-in-idleness, 58.
moon-struck, 240.

caught by glare, like moths, 510.
of many for gain of a few, 336.

fair are commonly fortunate, 33.
still he did retain that fine, 40.

smiles of other, 677.
to defer, 306.

withering on the stalk, 477.
to live like a wretch and die rich, 188. Main, Belerium to the northern, 333.
would gambol from, 141.

beyond the western, 395.
Madonnas, Rafael of the dear, 645.

Camilla scours along the, 324.
Madrigals, melodious birds sing, 41.

chance, 33, 93, 214, 786.
that whisper softness, 254.

do with might and, 603.
Meonian star, light of the, 325.

far amid the melancholy, 357.
Magic casements, 575.

from out the azure, 358.
numbers and persuasive sound, 294. Maintain no ill opinions, 398.
of a face, 200.

their rights, dare, 438.
of a name, 513.

Majestic head, some less, 547.
of the mind, the, 551.

in decay, 317.
potent over sun and star, 482.

silence, 535.
Shakespeare's, 275.

though in ruin, 227.
Magister artis, 305,

world, get the start of the, 110.
Magistracy is a great trust, 411.

Majesty, attribute to awe and, 64.
Magistrate, invent a shovel and be a, 263. in rayless, 306.
of his country's good, 571.

next in, 270.
Magna Charta will have no sovereign, 24. obsequious, approved, 237.
Magna est veritas, 836.

of God revere, 391.
Magnificence, fuel of, G03.

of loveliness, 550.
Magnificent and awful cause, 808.

rising in clouded, 233.
but it is not war, 418.

this earth of, 81.
spectacle of human happiness, 462. want love's, 95.
three-tailed Bashaw, 454.

will rise in, 656.
Magnificently stern array, 513.

Majority, long since death had the, 355.
Magnitude, thou liar of the first, 294. one on God's side is a, 641.
Mahomet and the mountain, 165.

Majors we can make every year, 189.
moon of, 566.

Make a note of, when found, 652.
Mahometans, pleasures of the, 387,

languor smile, 328.
Maid, be good sweet, 664.

me a child again, 668.
dancing in the shade, 248.

me to know mine end, 820.

.

Make no long orations, 432.

the angels weep, 48.

use of me for the future, 745.
Makes his promise good, 851.

his pulses tly, 655.
me or fordoes me, 156.
my gain, every way, 156.
one wondrous kind, 387.
that and the action fine, 204.
up life's tale, 502.

us or it mars us, 156.
Maken vertue of necessite, 3.
Maker and the angel death, his, 502.
Maketh haste to be rich, 829.
Making beautiful old rhyme, 163.

many books there is no end, 832.
night hideous, 131.
the green one red, 120.

their lives a prayer, 618.
Malady incident to maids, 77.

medicine worse than the, 184.
Malcontents, loiterers and, 55.

thou art the Mars of, 45.
Male-lands, loved all the more by earth's,

617.
Malice, bearing no, 458.

domestic foreign levy, 121.
envy hatred and, 850.
nor set down aught in, 156.
to conceal, 232.

towards none, 622.
Malicious, virtue is not, 36.
Malignity, motiveless, 505.
Mallecho, this is miching, 138.
Malmsey and Malvoisie, 682.
Malt, Duke of Norfolk deals in, 503.
Mambrino's helmet, 786.
Mammon, least erected spirit, 225.

wins his way, 510.

ye cannot serve God and, 838.
Man a flower he dies, 366.

a fool at forty, 311.
a merrier, 55.
a plain blunt, 114.
a reasonable creature, 254.
a slave, whatever day makes, 346.
a thinking being, 531.
a two-legged animal, 763.
a world without a sun, 513.
after his desert, use every, 134.
after his own heart, 814.
after sleep, like a strong, 254.
all that a, hath, 816.
all that may become a, 118.
all that was pleasant in, 399.
ambition of a private, 419.
an honest, is aboon his might, 452.
an inconstant creature, 730.
and a brother, am I not a, 852.
apparel oft proclaims the, 130.
architect of his fortune, 167.
arms and the, I sing, 274.
as a dying, to dying men, 670.
as good kill a, as kill a good book, 254.
as he is humour the, 705.
assurance of a, 140.
at arms must now serve on his knees,

Man at his best state, 820.

at his birth, 717.
at thirty, suspects himself a fool, 307.
bad, never for good service, 411.
be fully persuaded, let every, 845.
be occupied, let every, 460.
be vertuous withal, if a, 4.
bear his own burden, 846.
before thy mother, 199.
before your mother, 424.
being in honour, 820.
below, God above or, 315.
Benedick the married, 50.
best good, 279.
best-humoured, 400.
better spared a better, 87.
beware the fury of a patient, 269.
bewrayed by his manners, 29.
blind old, of Scio's isle, 550.
bold bad, 27, 98.
brave, chooses, 657.
brave, draws his sword, 339.
breathes there the, 488.
brick-dust, 363.
broken with the storms of state, 100.
Brutus is an honourable, 113.
builds himself, 309.
but a rush against Othello, 156.
by man was never seen, 653.
can boast that he has trod, 571.
can die but once, 90.
can feel, the worst that, 341.
can work, when no, 843.
cannot be as he would be, 704.
cannot lose the past nor future, 749.
canst not be false to any, 130.
caverns measureless to, 500.
cease ye from, 833.
cheated only by himself, 601.
child is father of the, 469.
childhood shows the, 241.
Christian faithful, 96.
civilizers of, 608.
clever at envying a, 699.
clever, by nature, 457.
close buttoned to the chin, 422.
clothe a, with rags, 828.
complete, hero and the, 299.
conference maketh a ready, 168.
crime of being a young, 376.
crossed with adversity, 44.
cruelty and ambition of, 27.
cruelty to load a falling, 101.
dare do all that may become a, 118.
debtor to his profession, 164.
delights not me, 134.
depressed with cares, 348.
destructive, smiling, 281.
devil in the heart of, 218.
diapason closing full in, 271.
die better, how can, 593.
dies, how a, 371.
diligent in business, 828.
diseases crucify the soul of, 188.
distracted melancholic, 180.
do but die, what can a, 584.
does, 't is not what, 647.
doth not live by bread only, 813.

25.

Man drest in a little brief authority, 48.

dull ear of a drowsy, 79.
dwells, narrow the corner where, 750.
dying, to dying men, 670.
ear of, hath not seen, 58.
eloquent, that old, 252.
England expects every, 446.
enough for, to know, 319.
ever saw, nor no, 72.
every, has his fault, 109.
exceeding poor, 62.
expatiate o'er this scene of, 314.
extremes in, 322.
eye of, hath not heard, 58.
false man smiling, 281.
falsely luxurious, 355.
familiar beast to, 45.
famous, is Robin Hood, 473.
fashion wears out more apparel than

the, 52.
fear may force a, 11.
fell into his anecdotage, 609.
first, is of the earth earthy, 846.
first years of, 368.
fittest place for, to die, 680.
flattered to tears this aged, 575.
fond, precociously of stirring, 584.
for himself, every, 20, 191, 787.
foremost, of all this world, 114.
forget not though in rags, 391.
forget the brother resume the, 343.
frailty of a, 164.
free as nature first made, 275.
from heaven proceed the woes of, 344.
fury of a patient, 269.
gently scan your brother, 448.
give every, thy ear, 130.
gives what the gods bestow, 346.
God or devil, every, 268.
goeth forth unto his work, 823.
goeth to his long home, 831.
good easy, when he thinks, 99.
good great, 502.
good meets his fate, 307.
good name in, and woman, 153.
good, never dies, the, 496.
good old, 52, 67.
good or ill of, 744.
good, yields his breath, 496.
goodliest of men, 232.
grace of God to, 673.
great to little, 394.
greater love hath no, 843.
had fixed his face, as if the, 468.
half part of a blessed, 78.
hand against every, 812.
hanging the worst ise of, 175.
happy, be his dole, 46.
happy dole, happy, 11.
happy, 's without a shirt, 8.
happy the, 273.
has business and desire, 132.
has not, a microscopie eye, 316.
he felt as a, 428.
he is oft the wisest, 472.
he that hath no beard is less than a,

50.
he was a good and just, 842.

Man healthy wealthy and wise, 360.

hearty old, 506.
heaven had made her such a, 150.
her wit was more than, 270.
here lies a truly honest, 259.
highest style of, 308.
his prey was, 333.
honest as any, living, 52.
honest is aboon his might, 111.
honest is the only perfect, 183.
honest, the noblest work, 319.
how poor a thing is, 39.
I love not, the less, 517.
I pray for no, 109.
I see the steady gain of, 618.
ignorance of the law excuses no, 195.
impious in a good, 308.
impossible to be cheated, 601.
in all the world's new fashion, 54.
in ignorance sedate, 366.
in prosperite, 5.
in the bush with God, 598.
in the inind of, 467.
in the mire, 109.
in wit a, 335.
inclines to popery,

222.
intimates eternity to, 299.
irreligious, view an, 578.
is a bundle of relations, 601.
is a noble animal, 219.
is a knot of roots, 601.
is accommodated, 89.
is as heaven made him, 788.
is as true as steel, 107.
is born unto trouble, 816.
is found, the race of, 338.
is his own star, 183.
is little to be envied, that, 369.
is not a fly, 316.
is not man as yet, 643.
is one world, 205.
is the gowd for a' that, 452.
is the nobler growth, 433.
is thy most awful instrument, 482.
is vile, and only, 536.
is worth something, 645.
judgment falls upon a, 195.
justice the great interest of, 531.
kindest best conditioned, 64.
knows not for what he was made, 755.
laborin', an' laborin' woman, 658.
large-hearted, 621.
laugh if such a, there be, 327.
lay down his life for his friends, 843.
let him pass for a, 61.
let no guilty, escape, 661.
let no such, be trusted, 66.
let not, put asunder, 840.
let the end try the, 89.
life of a, a poem, 578.
life of a, faithfully recorded, 578.
life of, a point of time, 729.
life of, less than a span, 170.
life of, solitary, 200.
like to a little kingdom, 111.
little round fat oily, 357.
little worse than a, 61.
living dead, 50.

Man, look sad, near to make a, 59.

lot assigned to every, 750.
lot of, but once to die, 204,
low sitting on the ground, 28.
lust in, no charm can tame, 670.
made of a cheese-paring, 90.
made the town, *17.
made us citizens, 657.
makes a death, 308.
makes his own stature, 309.
maketh glad the heart of, 823.
man's inhumanity to, 46.
mark the perfect, 819.
marks the earth with ruin, 547.
master of his time, 121.
may fish with the worm, 141.
may last but never lives, 672.
may learn a thousand things, 649.
may see how this world goes, 148.
meaning in saying he is a good, 61.
ineasure of the height of, 719.
meets his fate, when the good, 307.
meets his Waterloo, every, 641.
melancholic distracted, 180.
memory of, runneth not, 392.
merciful, 286.
might know the end, that, 115.
mildest mannered, 557.
mind of desultory, 417.
mind the standard of the, 303.
mine equal my guide, 820.
misery acquaints a, 43.
more sinned against, 147.
most senseless and fit, 51.
mounts through all the spires, 599.
must mind his belly, 371.
must play a part, every, 60.
my foe, to make one worthy, 397.
nae, can tether time or tide, 451.
nature formed but one such, 552.
nature made thee to temper, 280.
never is but always to be blest, 315.
no, can lose what he never had, 208.
no, ever felt the halter draw, 410.
no good, grew rich at once, 713.
no, has anght of what he leaves, 145.
no, is born an angler, 206,
no, is born an artist, 206.
no, knows distinctly anything, 766.
no, loseth other life than that which

he liveth, 749.
no, wicked at once, 721.
no wiser for his learning, 195.
not always, actions show the, 320.
not good to be alone, 812.
not made for the Sabbath, 841.
not passion's slave, 138.
not the creature of circumstances, 608.
nothing to becomes a, 91.
noticeable, with large gray eyes, 472.
nowhere so busy a, 2.
of cheerful yesterdays, 481.
of contention, 835.
of God, round fat oily, 357.
of his fate is never wide, 599.
of knowledge increaseth strength, 828.
of letters ainongst men of the world,

591.

Man of men, the goodliest, 232.

of mettle, grasp it like a, 313.
of morals, why, 200.
of my kidney, 46.
of nasty ideas, a nice man is a, 291.
of one book, beware of a, 853.
of peace and war, 214.
of pleasure, a man of pains, 309.
of rank as an author, 374.
of Ross, sing the, 322.
of sovereign parts, 55.
of strife, 835.
of such a feeble temper, 110.
of the world amongst men of letters,

591.
of unbounded stomach, 100.
of unclean lips, 833.
of wisdom man of years, 309.
of woe, not always a, 487.
old age in this universal, 169.
old, and no honester than I, 52.
on his oath or bond, 109,
one, among a thousand, 830.
one, excels another, 702.
one worthy, my foe, 327.
only knows nothing, 718.
parchment undo a, 94.
partly is and wholly hopes to be, 650.
past the wit of, 58.
patient in loss, 159.
pays the public, the tax a, 291.
people arose as one, 814.
perils doe enfold the righteous, 27.
perfect who understands for himself,

693.
picked out of ten thousand, 133.
plant himself on his instincts, 601.
play the, C85.
plays many parts, in his time, 69.
poet still more a, 578.
poor, a wise, 181.
poorest, in his cottage, 365.
prentice han' she tried on, 446.
press not a falling, 99.
profited, what is a, 810.
proper, as one shall see, 57.
proper judge of the, 715.
proposes God disposes, 7.
proud man, 48.
prudent, looketh well, 826.
reading maketh a full, 168.
recovered of the bite, the, 400.
religious, unworthy a, 578.
regardeth the life of his beast, 826.
remote from, 305.
right, in the right place, 642.
right judgment of, 578.
rights of, 409.
rousing herself like a strong, 254.
ruins of the noblest, 113.
sabbath was made for, 841.
sadder and a wiser, 499.
seasoned life of, 254.
see me more, no, 99.
seems the only growth, 394.
sensible well-bred, 415.
seven women hold of one, 833.
shall bear his own burden, 846.

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