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Man shall cast his idols, 832.

shall not live by bread alone, 838.
shall these paper bullets awe a, 51.
sharpeneth the countenance, 829.
she knows her, 271.
should be upright, 750.
should not be alone, 812.
should render a reason for his faith,

400.
sleep of a labouring, 830.
slumbers of the virtuous, 299.
smell the blood of a British, 147.
so faint so spiritless, 88.
so frail a thing is, 087.
80 much one, can do, 263.
so various, 268.
sorrows of a poor old, 433.
sour-complexioned, 206.
soweth that he reaps, 817.
speak every, truth, 817.
state of, like to a little kingdom, 111.
strong, when is, 615.
struggling for life, 370.
struggling in the storms of fate, 336.
studious of change, 417.
study of mankind is, 317.
such master such, 21.
suspect your tale untrue, lest, 319.
suspects himself a fool at thirty, 307,
take him for all in all, 128.
teach you more of, 466.
telle a tale after a, 2.
tested, metal of a, 663.
thaukless inconsistent, 307.
that blushes, 309.
that endureth temptation, 818.
that first eat an oyster, 292.
that hails you Tom or Jack, 423.
that hangs on princes' favours, 99.
that hath a tongue, 44.
that hath friends, 827.
that hath his quiver full, 824.
that hath no music in himself, 66.
that is born of woman, 817.
that is not passion's slave, 138.
that lays his hand upon a woman, 463.
that meddles with cold iron, 211.
that old, eloquent, 252.
that makes a character, 311.
that mourns, vile, 316.
that wants money, 733.
the hermit sighed, 513.
the kindest, the best conditioned, 64.
there lived a, in ages past, 496.
there was a little, 519.
this is the state of, 99.
this was a, say to all the world, 115.
thou art e'en as just a, 137.
thou art the, 815.
thou pendulum, 546.
thoughtless inconsistent, 307.
to all the country dear, 396.
to double business bound, 139.
to fall, caused, 165.
to know, enough for, 319.
to labour in his vocation, 83.
to man, speech made to open, 310.
to mend God's work, 270.

Man to produce great things, 662.

to the last, 90.
to whom all Naples is known, 798.
to whom old men hearkened, 735.
too fond to rule alone, 327.
turn over half a library, 372.
twins from birth, misery and, 343.
unclubable, 371.
under his fig-tree, 836.
upon this earth, to every, 593.
upright, God hath made, 831.
use doth breed a habit in a, H.
use it lawfully, if a, 847.
used to vicissitudes, 368.
vain is the help of, 821.
vindicate the ways of God to, 315.
virtue and riches seldom settle on, 190.
virtuous and vicious, 318.
want as an armed, 825.
wants but little, 308, 402.
warning for thoughtless, 481,
weak and despised old, 147.
weigh the, not his title, 282.
well-bred, will not affront me, 415.
well-favoured, to be a, 51.
were wise to see it, if, 184.
what a piece of work is a, 134.
what a strange thing is, 559.
what can an old, do but die, 584.
what, dare I dare, 122.
what has been done by, 309.
when I became a, 815.
where he dies for, 650.
where lives the, 492.
which lighteth every, 842.
while, is growing, 309.
who could make so vile a pun, 282.
who is not wise is oft the wisest, 472.
who knew more and spoke less, 738.
who makes a count ne'er made a, 282.
who much receives, 672.
who smokes, 607.
who tells his wife all he knows, 222.
who turnips cries, 375.
who wants a shirt, 398.
whole duty of, 832.
whose blood is very snow-broth, 47.
whose blood is warm within, 60.
whose breath is in his nostrils, 833.
whose wish and care, 334.
wicked all at once, no, 721.
will wait, everything comes if, 609.
wind which blows good to no, 20, 90.
wise, know himself to be a fool, 71.
wise in his own conceit, 828.
wit and wisdom born with a, 195.
with a terrible name, 607.
with large gray eyes, 472.
with soul so dead, 488.
within him hide, what may,

49.
within this learned, 41.
without a tear, 516.
worth makes the, 319.
would die when the brains were out,

122.
writing maketh an exact, 168.
written out of reputation, 284.
yields his breath, when the good, 496.

Man's apparel, every true, 49,

best things are nearest him, 631.
blood, whoso sheddeth, 812.
censure, take each, 130.
cheek, stain my, 146.
contumely, the proud, 135.
darling, old, 19.
daughter, this old, 149.
distinctive mark, 650.
erring judgment, 323.
every wise, son, 75.
eye, watch in every old, 106.
face, nose on a, 44, 192.
feast, sat at any good, 68.
first disobedience, 223.
fortune, mould of a, 167.
genius is a deity, 742.
good qualities, see a, 578.
ground, built on another, 45.
hand against him, every,

812.
hand, cloud like a, 815.
hand is not able to taste, 58.
happiness to do proper things, 755.
heart deviseth his way, 826.
heart, which strengthens, 283.
happiness to do proper things, 755.
house his castle, 24.
illusion given, for, 524.
imperial race, 326.
ingratitude, unkind as, 70.
ingress to the world, 439.
inhumanity to man, 446.
injustice to beasts, 742.
life, he took a, 579.
life, how good is, 647.
life lies within this present, 750.
life is like unto a winter's day, 263.
life, measure of a, 736.
life, short therefore is, 750.
loss comes to him from gain, 650
love, a good, 70.
love is a thing apart, 556.
memory, a great, 138.
money makes the, 757.
mortality, watch o'er, 478.
most dark extremity, 492.
own, to get a, 279.
pie, no, 98.
poison, what's one, 199.
progress through the world, 439.
smile, to share the good, 397.
true touchstone, 197.
unconquerable mind, 471.
virtue nor sufficiency, 53.
wickedness, a method in, 197.
will, to live by one, 31.
work is born with him, 656.

work made manifest, 815.
Mandragora, give me to drink, 157.

not poppy nor, 154.
Mane, dew-drop from the lion's, 102.

hand upon the ocean's, 588.

hand upon thy, 548.
Manger, dog in the, 188.
Mangled forms, vents in, 68.
Manhood, bone of, 408.

disappointment of, 608.
is a struggle, 608.

Manhood nor good fellowship in thee, 83.

sounder piece of British, 579.
Manichean god, 421.
Manifest, made, 842, 845.
Mankind, beyond myself beyond, 340.

brightest meanest of, 319.
cause of, 520.
common curse of, 102.
deserve better of, 290.
diseases unbidden haunt, 693.
enemy to, 76.
example the school of, 411.
free spirit of, 572,
from China to Peru, 365.
in charity to all, 458.
love a lover, all, 602.
misfortunes of, 430.
our countrymen are all, 605.
proper study of, is man, 317.
respect to the opinions of, 434.
surpasses or subdues, 543.
things are in the saddle and ride, 599.
think their little set, 437.
tramples o'er, 339.
what was meant for, 399.
wine pernicious to, 338.
woman that seduces all, 348.

wrongs of base, 345.
Mankind's concern, charity, 318.

epitome, not one but all, 268.

wonder, my delight all, 279.
Manliest beauty, form of, 436.
Man-like is it to fall into sin, 793.
Manliness of grief, silent, 398.
Manly blood, ruddy drop of, 602.

foe, give me the, 464.
sentiment, nurse of, 410.

voice, his big, 69.
Manna, his tongue dropped, 226.

in the way, you drop, 66.
Manner, awfully stupendous, 673.

born, to the, 130.
is all in all, 414.

of men, after the, 844.
Manners all who saw admired, 444.

catch the, living as they rise, 315.
corrupt good, S16.
gentle of affections mild, of, 335.
graced with polished, 422.
had not that repose, her, 623.
in the face, saw the, 367.
man bewrayed by his, 29.
men's evil, live in brass, 100.
must adorn knowledge, 353,
need the support of manners, 603.
the mildest, 340.
there is nothing settled in, 602.
turn with fortunes, 321.

with the bravest mind, mildest, 342.
Mannish cowards, 66.
Mansions, build thee more stately, 636.

in my Father's house, 843.

in the skies, 303.
Mantle, Aurora displays her, 786.

like a standing pond, 60.
morn in russet, 127.
of the standing pool, 147.
silver, threw o'er the dark, 233.

Mantle that covers all human thoughts, Mare, grey, the better horse, 17.
792.

Margin, meadow of, 442.
Mantuan swan, ages ere the, 414.

of fair Zurich's waters, 677.
Manus hæc inimica tyrannis, 264.

Mariana, this dejected, 49.
Manuscript, zigzag, 119.

Mariners of England, ye, 514.
Many a smale maketh a grate, 5.

Marivaux, romances of, 387.
a time and oft, 61.

Mark, death loves a shining, 309.
and so many and such glee, 574.

fellow of no, nor likelihood, 86.
are called but few chosen, 810.

hits the, 161.
made for one, faith of, 318.

measures not men my, 401.
must labour for the one, 551.

miss the, 439.
Many-coloured glass, doine of, 565.

now how a plain tale, 85.
liie, 366.

of virtue, 63.
Many-headed monster, 194, 329, 492. push beyond her, 632.
multitude, 34, 103.

the archer little meant, 492.
Many-twinkling feet, 382.

the marble with his name, 322.
Map me no maps, 802.

the perfect man, 819.
of busy life, 120.

well experienced archer hits the, 161.
Maps, as geographers crowd their, 722. Mark Antony, who lost, the world, 280.
geographers in Afric, 289.

Marked him for her own, 386.
Mar what 's well, oft we, 146.

him for his own, 208.
your fortunes, lest it may, 146.

Market town, fellow in a, 432.
Marathon, age spares gray,

541.

Marks, death aims at fairer, 203.
looks on the sea, 557.

of honest men, titles are, 310.
mountains look on, 557.

Marlborough's eyes, from, 365.
plain of, 309.

Marle, over the burning, 224.
Marble, deeds writ in, 197.

Marlowe's mighty line, 179.
forget thyself to, 219.

Marmion, last words of, 490.
halls, I dreamt that I dwelt in, 561. Maro sings, scenes that, 421.
index of a mind, 475.

Marred the lofty line, 489.
jaws, ponderous and, 131.

young man married is, 73.
leapt to life a god, 564.

Marreth what he makes, 327.
many a braver, 259.

Marriage an open question, C02.
nor gilded monuments, 162.

and hanging go by destiny, 192.
of her snowy breast, 219.

curse of, 151.
poets that lasting, seek, 220.

is a desperate thing, 195.
sleep in dull cold, 99.

mirth in funeral dirge in, 127.
softened into life, 329.

of true minds, 163.
soft rain perce the hard, 32.

tables, furnish forth the, 128.
some write their wrongs in, 314. Marriages, why so few, are happy, 291.
to retain, 551, 792.

Marriage-bell, merry as a, 542.
wastes, more the, 769.

Married in haste, 295.
with his name, mark the, 322.

live till I were, 51.
Marbles, mossy, rest, 635.

man, Benedick the, 50.
Marbled steep, Sunium's, 558.

to immortal verse, 249.
Marble-hearted fiend, ingratitude, 146.

Marrow of tradition, 510.
Marcellus exiled feels, 319.

Marry ancient people, 222.
March, ashbuds in the front of, 625.

proper time to, 417.
beware the Ides of, 110.

whether it was better to, 760.
drought of, 1.

Mars, eye like, to threaten, 140.
hare, iad as a, 18.

of malcontents, 45.
ides of, are come, 112, 728.

this seat of, 81.
is o'er the mountain waves, 514.

us, it makes us or it, 156,
life's morning, 515.

Marshal's truncheon, 47.
long majestic, the, 329.

Marshallest me the way, 119.
nearer home, day's, 497.

Martial airs of England, 533.
of intellect, 506.

cloak around him, 563.
of the human mind, is slow, 408.

outside, swashing and, 66.
on march on, 804.

Martyr, fallest a blessed, 100.
stormy, has come, 573.

like a pale, 667.
through Coventry, 86.

Martyrs, blood of the, 756.
to the battlefield, 075.

noble army of, 850.
wide, the villains, 87.

worthy of the name, 447.
winds of, with beauty, 77.

Martyrdom of fame, 552.
Marches, funeral, to the grave, 612.

of John Rogers, 687.
to delightful measures, 95.

Marvellous boy, Chatterton the, 470.
Marched on without impediment, 97. things appear, 718.
Marcia towers above her sex, 298.

Mary go and call the cattle home, 664.

Mary hath chosen that good part, 842. Matter root of the, found in me,

817.
image of Bloody, 585.

so they ended the, 815.
my sweet Highland, 450.

success in the smallest, 756.
Mary-buds, winking, 159.

what is, never mind, 560.
Masque of Italy, the, 5H.

will make a Star-chamber, 44.
Masquerade, truth in, 560.

will re-word, I the, 141,
Mass enormous, a, 311.

wrecks of, the, 299.
live as models for the, 648.

Matters, amplifying petty, 736.
of matter lost, in the, 342.

men may read strange, 117.
of millinery, 631.

not how a man dies, it, 371.
of things to come, 102.

of importance, pay attention to, 757.
Massachusetts, there she is, behold her, small to greater, 157.
532.

will go swimmingly, 791.
Mast, bends the gallant, 537.

Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John, 684.
like a drunken sailor on a, 97.

Matthew Prior, here lies, 288.
nail to the, her holy flag, 635.

Mattock and the grave, 308.
of some great ammiral, 224.

Maturest counsels, dash, 226.
Master a grief, every one can, 51. Maturity, excellence to, 713.
Brook, think of that, 46.

Maud, come into the garden, 631.
of his time, every man be, 121. Maudlin poetess, a, 326.
spirits of this age, 112.

Mavis singing its love-song, 611.
such, such man, 21.

Maxim in the schools, an old, 290.
the eternal, found, 366.

scoundrel, 357.
Masters, noble and approved good, 149. this great, be my virtue's guide, 350.
of assemblies, 832.

Maxims, hoard of, 626.
of the things they write, few are, 195. May although I care not, 25.
of their fates, men are, 110.

as flush as, 139.
spread yourselves, 57.

flowers, clouds that shed, 233.
we cannot all be, 149.

flowery meads in, 199.
Master's requiem, chants the, 599.

full of spirit as the month of, 86.
spell, kindled by, 455.

he that will not when he, 9.
Masterdom and sway, 117.

I be there to see, 417.
Masterly inactivity, 457.

in the merry month of, 175.
Master-passion in the breast, 317.

maids are, when they are maids, 71,
Masterpiece, made his, 120.

morning, more matter for a, 76.
nature's chief, 279.

not, I dare and yet I, 25.
of nature, a friend is the, 602.

Queen o' the, 024.
Master-spirit embalmed, 251.

what potent blood hath modest, 599.
Master-spirits of this age, 112.

winter chills the lap of, 394.
Mestery, strive here for, 229.

wol have no slogardie a-night, 2.
Mastitf greyhound, 148.

May's new-fangled mirth, 54.
Masts crack, 37.

Mayde, meke as is a, 1.
Mat half hung, 322.

Maypole in the Strand, where's the, 352.
Matches are made in heaven, 192.

May-time and cheerful Dawn, 474.
Mate, choose not alone a proper, 417. Maze, mighty, not without a plan, 314.
Mated by the lion, the hind, 73.

through the mirthful, 395.
Mater ait nata, 688.

wandered long in fancy's, 328.
Materials of action, 745.

Mazes, in wandering, lost, 228.
Mathematics, angling like, 206.

Mazy progress, 382.
makes men subtile, 108.

Me pinguem et nitidum, 393.
Matin bell, each, 500.

Mead, tloures in the, 6.
the glow-worm shows the, 132.

Meads in May, flowery, 199.
Matrimony, begin with aversion in, 440. naiads through the dewy, 414.
Matron's bones, mutine in a, 140.

of Asphodel, ever-flowing, 347.
Matter a little fire kindleth, 849.

Meadow of margin, 442.
Berkeley said there was no, 560.

seek thee in vain by the, 587.
book containing such vile, 107.

sweets of Burn-mill, 474.
conclusion of the whole, 832.

Meadows brown and sear, 573.
for a May morning, 76.

do paint the, with delight, 56.
for virtuous deeds, 36.

trim with daisies pied, 248.
half knows a, 713.

Meadow-flower its bloom unfold, 487.
he that repeateth a, 827.

Meagre were his looks, 108.
lost in the mass of, 312.

Meal in a barrel, handful of, 815.
love doth mince this, 152.

Meals, make no long, 398.
mince the, 152, 784, 857.

Mean, golden, 345, 424, 714.
more german to the, 145.

Means and appliances, 89.
more, with less art, 133.

and content, he that wants, 70.
no, Berkeley said, 560.

and leisure, increased, 608.

Means, end must justify the, 287.

get wealth by any, 177.
most good, when fortune, 79.
no matter by what, 177.
not, but ends, 502.
of evil out of good, 223.
of preserving peace, 425.
ravin up thine own life's, 120.
to be of note, youth that, 158.
to do ill deeds, 80.
to live, save, 43.
unto an end, life's but a, 65+,

whereby I live, 65.
Meander, as streams, 610.

proper, 801.
Meaner beauties of the night, 174.

creatures kings, 97.
Meanest flower that blows, 478.

floweret of the vale, 386.
of mankind, wisest brightest, 319.

thing that feels, 472.
Meaning, blunders round about a, 327.
Meanings, hell is full of good, 205.

our fantasies have two, 656.
Meant, more, than meets the ear, 250.
Measure for law, we have a, 194.

God gives wind by, 206.
of a man's height, 719.
of a man's life, 736.
of an unmade grave, 108.
of my days what it is, 820.
of my wrath, 44.
often have I sighed to, 470.

to tread a, with you, 56.
Measures, delightful, 95.

Dundee's wild warbling, 447.
life in short, may perfect be, 180.
Lydian, softly sweet in, 272.

not men, 401, 408.
Measured by deeds not years, 443.

by my soul, 303.
many a mile to tread a measure, 56.

phrase and choice word, 470.
Measureless content, shut up in, 119.

to man, caverns, 500.
Meat, after, comes mustard, 786.

and cannot eat, some have, 452.
and drink to me, 71.
as an egg is full of, 107.
fire and clothes, 322.
God sendeth both mouth and, 20.
heaven sends us good, 388.
I cannot eat but little, 22.
is too good for any but anglers, 208.
it feeds on, mock the, 153,
never to say grace to bis, 291.
or drink, is another's, 199.
outdid the, 203.
strong, for age, 848.

upon what, doth Cæsar feed, 110.
Meats, funeral baked, 128.
Mecca saddens at the delay, 356.
Meccas of the mind, 562.
Mechanic art, made poetry a mere, 414.

lawyer without literature, a, 493.
operation, poetry a mere, 215.
pacings to and fro, 625.
slaves, 159.

Mechanized automaton, 567.
Meddles with cold iron, 211.
Meddling, every fool will be, 827.
Mede, all the foures in the, 6.
Medes and Persians, law of the, 835.
Medicinable, some griefs are, 159.
Medicinal gum, 157.
Medicine, doeth good like a, 827.

for the soul, 809.
miserable have no other, 48.
thee to that sweet sleep, 154.

worse than the malady, 184.
Medicines at the outset, use, 713.

to make me love, 84.
Medio de fonte leporum, 510.
Meditate the thankless muse, 247.
Meditation, let us all to, 94.

maiden, fancy-free, 58.
Meditations, thy testimonies are my, 823.
Meditative spleen, 480.
Medium, knows no cold, 339.
Meed of some melodious tear, 247.

sweat for duty not for, 67.
Meek and gentle, I am, 113.

and lowly pure and holy, 611.
and quiet spirit, 849.
as is a mayde, 1.
borne his faculties so, 118.
nature's evening comment, 483.
patient humble spirit, 182.

than fierce, safer being, 650.
Meek-eyed morn, 355.
Meet again, if we do, 115.
it is

set it down, 132.
me by moonlight alone, 594.
mortality, how gladly would I, 239.
nurse for a poetic child, 489.
the like a pleasant thought, 473.
thee at thy coming, 833.

when shall we three, 115.
Meets the ear, more than, 250.
Meetest for death, 64.
Meeting, broke the good, 122.

journeys end in lovers, 75.

of gentle lights, 256.
Meetings, changed to merry, 95.
Melancholic distracted man, 180.
Melancholy as a battle won, 463.

bait, fish not with this, 60,
boughs, under the shade of, 68.
but only, sweetest melancholy, 184.
chord in, 584.
days are come, 573.
disposition, he is of a very, 50.
grace, elysian beauty, 482.
green and yellow, 76.
hardships prevent, 373.
joy of evils past, 346.
main, amid the, 357.
marked him for her own, 386.
men are most witty, 189.
moping, and moon-struck madness,

210.
most musical most, 249.
naught so sweet as, 185.
of mine own, it is a, 70.
slow, remote unfriended, 394.
there's such a charm in, 456.

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