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Melancholy train, forced from their | Memory my name and, 170.
homes a, 395.

of all he stole, pleasing, 331.
waste, ocean's gray and, 572.

of earth's bitter leaven, 473.
what charm can soothe her, 403.

of the just is blessed, 825.
Mellow, goes to bed, 184.

of the past will stay, 518.
rich and ripe, 555.

place in thy, dearest, 678.
too, for me, 350.

plays an old tune, 654,
whether grave or, 300.

pluck from, a rooted sorrow, 125.
Mellowed long, fruit that, 276.

runneth not to the contrary, 392.
to that tender light, 551.

silent shore of, 481.
Mellowing of occasion, 55.

table of my, 132.
year, before the, 246.

takes them to her caverns, 581.
Melodie, foules maken, 1.

thou art dear to, 587.
my luve 's like the, 451.

throng into my, 243.
Melodies, heard, are sweet, 576.

to convict of plagiarism, a, 376.
sweetest, are those, 477.

to keep good acts in, 171.
the echoes of that voice, 502.

vibrates in the, music, 567.
thousand, unheard before, 455.

wakes the bitter, 231.
Melodious birds sing madrigals, 41.

warder of the brain, 119.
sound eftsoones they heard, 28.

Washington's awful, 507.
strains, heaven's, 610.

watches o'er the sad review, 513.
tear, meed of some, 247.

will bring back the feeling, 689.
Melody, blundering kind of, 269.

Men able to rely upon themselves, 438.
crack the voice of, 035.

about me that are fat, 111.
falling in, back, 504.

above that which is written, 845.
of every grace, 259.

above the reach of ordinary, 470.
with charmed, 677.

adversity is the test of strong, 197.
Melrose by the pale moonlight, 487.

after the manner of, 844.
Melt and dispel ye spectre-doubts, 513. aged, full loth and slow, 492.
at others' woe, 335, 346.

all, are created equal, 434.
in her mouth, butter would not, all, are liars, 823.
13, 292.

all things to all, 845.
in her own fire, 140.

and women merely players, 69.
into sorrow, 549.

are April when they woo, 71.
too solid flesh would, 127.

are but children of a larger growth,
Melts the mind to love, pity, 272.

275.
Melted into air into thin air, 43.

are fit for, which ordinary, 146.
Melting airs or martial, 422.

are used as they use others, 691.
charity, open as day for, 90.

are we and must grieve, 471.
mood, unused to the, 157.

are you good, and true, 51.
Member joint or limb, 228.

bad, live to eat and drink, 738.
tongue an unruly, 619.

below and saints above, 487.
Memnonium was in all its glory, 517. beneath the rule of, 606.
Memorable epocha, 429.

best of, that e'er wore earth, 182.
Memories and sighs, a night of, 511.

betray, finds too late that, 403.
liars ought to have good, 264.

bodies of unburied, 181.
no pyramids set off his, 198.

busy companies of, 263.
Memory, at the expense of his, 800.

busy haunts of, 570.
be green, 127.

busy hum of, 249.
begot in the ventricle of, 55.

by losing rendered sager, 554.
blushes at the speer, 637.

by their professions judge of, 644.
dear, lost to sight to, 587.

by whom impartial laws were given,
dear son of, 251.

313.
dear, thoughts to, 492.

callen daisies in our toun, 6.
fond, brings the light, 523.

can counsel and speak comfort, 53.
graves of, 497.

cause that wit is in other, 88.
great man's, 138.

cheerful ways of, 230.
green in our souls, 519.

circumstances the creatures of, 608.
holds a seat, while, 132.

claret for boys port for, 374.
how sweet their, 422.

clever, are good, 578.
illiterate him from your, 440.

company of righteous, 698.
indebted to his, for his jests, 443. comprehend all vagrom, 52.
leaves of the, 615.

condemned alike to groan, 381.
lends her light no more, 492.

contending with adversity, 190.
liar should have a good, 721.

cradled into poetry, 566.
made such a sinner of his, 42.

crowd of common, 209.
meek Walton's heavenly, 484.

cuckoo mocks married, 56.
morning-star of, 549.

daily do not knowing what they do, 52.

Men dare do what men may do, 52.

dear to gods and, 347.
decay, wealth accumulates and, 396.
December when they wed, 71.
deeds are, 206.
deep, natural philosophy makes, 168.
do not your alms beiore, 838.
doubt, till all, 332.
down among the dead, 672.
draw, as they ought to be, 399.
drink, reasons why, 793.
dying man to dying, 670.
endure, hope of all ills, 261.
equal in presence of death, 708.
erring, call chance, 245.
evil that, do, 113.
eyes of, are idly bent, 82.
far from the ways of, 345.
fates of mortal, 341.
favour the deceit, 276.
few, admired by their domestics, 778.
first produced in fishes, 739.
foolery of wise, 66.
for the rise and benefit of, 266.
from a former generation, 530.
from the chimney-corner, 31.
gods and godlike, 541.
gods superintend the affairs of, 760.
good, eat and drink to live, 738.
good will toward, 811.
goodliest man of, 232.
gratitude of, 466.
gratitude of most, 796.
great nature made us, 657.
great, not always wise, 817.
great, not great scholars, (38.
greatest clerks not the wisest, 17.
greatest, oftest wrecked, 240.
happy breed of, 81.
have died not for love, 71.
have lost their reason, 113.
have their price, all, 304.
hearts of oak are our, 388.
heaven hears and pities, 343.
heights reached by great, 616.
histories mike, wise, 168.
honest in the sight of all, 844.
hopes of living to be brave, 254.
ignorance plays the chief part among,

758.
impious, bear sway, 298.
in great place, are servants, 165.
in obedience, supreme powers keep,

193.
in the brains of, 111.
in the catalogue ye go for, 121.
in the mouths of, 102.
in these degenerate days, 337.
judge, by their success, 795.
justifiable to, 242.
justify the ways of God to, 223.
literary, a perpetual priesthood, 577.
live peaceably with all, 814.
lived like fishes, 264.
lived to eat, 700.
lives of great, all remind us, 612.
lodging-place of wayfaring, 835.
looks through the deeds of, 111.

Men made, and not made them well, 137

man of letters amongst, 591.
masters of their fates, 110.
may come and men may go, 627.
may live fools, 308.
may read strange matters, 117.
measures not, 401, 408.
melancholy, are the most witty, 189.
met each other with erected look, 269.
midst the shock of, 541.
modest, are dumb, 454.
most infamous, 413.
most, were bad, 758.
most wretched, 566.
moulded out of faults, best, 50.
must be taught, 325.
must work, 664.
my brothers, 626.
nation of gallant, 409.
nobleness in other, 656.
nor wrong these holy, 540.
of Boston, solid, 432.
of few words are the best, 91.
of high degree and low degree, 821.
of honour and of cavaliers, 409.
of inward light, 214.
of light and leading, 410.
of most renowned virtue, 255.
of polite learning, 284.
of sense approve, 324.
of the same religion, sensible, 610.
of these degenerate days, 337.
of wit will condescend, 290.
old, shall dream dreams, 836.
only disagree of creatures rational,

227.
ought to investigate things, 759.
poet still more a man than are, 578.
possess a poison for serpents, 718.
power makes slaves of, 567.
proper, as ever trod, 110.
propose, why don't the, 581.
put an enemy in their mouths, 152.
quit yourselves like, 814.
quotation the parole of literary, 374.
rich, rule the law, 395.
rise on stepping stones, 631.
roll of common, 85.
ruined by their propensities, 411.
sailors are but, 61.
say nothing in dangerous times, wise,

196.
schemes o' mice and, 446.
science that, lere, 6.
self-made, 637.
shame to, 227.
she takes the breath away of, 021.
shiver when thou art named, 354.
should fear, strange that, 112.
shut doors against a setting sun, 109.
sicken of avarice, old, 173.
sin without intending it, 751.
sleek-headed, 111.
smile no more, 318.
so are they all honourable, 113.
so many minds, so many, 704.
Socrates the wisest of, 241.
some to business take, 321.

Men, some to pleasure take, 321.

speak after the manner of, 811.
speak with the tongues of, 815.
spirits of just, made perfect, 848.
stand before mean, 828.
strength of twenty, 108.
such, are dangerous, 111.
superiority of educated, 762.
suspect your tale, 319.
talk only to conceal the mind, 310.
tall, had empty heads, 170.
tears of bearded, 489.
tell them they are, 381.
that be lothe to departe, 288.
that can render a reason, 828.
that fishes gnawed upon, 96.
the workers ever reaping, 626.
the world's great, 638.
think all men mortal, 307.
think, what you and other, 110.
this blunder find in, 437.
thoughts of, are widened, 626.
three good, unhanged, 84.
three sorts of wise, 691.
tide in the affairs of, 115.
titles are marks of honest, 310.
to be of one mind in an house, 851.
tongues of dying, 81.
truths which are not for all, 801.
twelve good, into a box, 528.
twelve honest, have decided, 671.
unlearned, of books, 310.
various are the tastes of, 391.
we are, my liege, 121.
we petty, walk under his legs, 110.
were deceivers ever, 51.
were living before Agamemnon, 555.
when bad, combine, 108.
when, speak well of you, 841.
which never were, 72.
which ordinary, are fit for, 146.
who can hear the Decalogue, 468.
who clung to their first fault, 613.
who have failed in literature, 609.
who know their rights, 138.
who prefer any load of infamy, 462.
who their duties know, 438.
whose heads do grow beneath their

shoulders, 150.
whose visages do cream and mantle,

60.
wiser by weakness, 221.
with mothers and wives, 585.
with sisters dear, 585.
women and Herveys, 461.
world knows nothing of its greatest,

594.
world was worthy such, 620.
worth a thousand, 492.
would be angels, 316.
you took them for, not the, 52.
young, fitter to invent, 167.
young, shall see visions, 835.

young, think old men fools, 36.
Men's bones, full of dead, 841.

business and bosoms, 164.
charitable speeches, 170.
cottages princes' palaces, 60.

Men's counters, words are, 200.

daughters, words are, 368.
dream, the old, 268.
evil manners live in brass, 100.
facts, precedents for poor, 36.
judgments are a parcel, 158.
labours and peregrinations, 170.
lives, ye are buying, 193.
misery, became the cause of all, 31.
names, that syllable, 243,
nurses, wives are old, 165.
office to speak patience, 53.
smiles, there 's daggers in, 120.
souls, times that try, 431.
stuff, disposer of other, 175.
thoughts according to their inclina-

tions, 167.
vision, the young, 268.

wives are young, mistresses, 165.
Mend God's work, man to, 270.

it or be rid on 't, 121.
lacks time to, 594.

your speech a little, 146.
Mendacity, tempted into, 639.
Mended from that tongue, came, 333.

little said is soonest, 200, 787.
nothing else but to be, 211.

old houses, 296.
Menial, pampered, 433.
Mens regnuin bona possidet, 22.
Mention her, no we never, 581.
Mentions hell to ears polite, never, 322.
Mentioned, better be damned than not,

431.
Merchant, over-polite, 528.
Merchants are princes, whose, 834.

where, most do congregate, 61.
Mercies of the wicked, 826.
Merciless stepmother, 717.
Mercury can ribe, Venus sets ere, 336.

like feathered, 86.
like the herald, 140.

the words of, are harsh, 57.
Mercy and truth are met, 8:21.

asked I mercy found, 684.
ever hope to have, 29.
God all, is a God unjust, 308.
I to others show, 29, 334.
is above this sceptred sway, 64.
is nobility's true badge, 103.
is not strained, 64.
la belle dame sans, 575.
nothing becomes them as, 47.
nothing emboldens sin so much as.

109.
of a rude stream, 99.
render the deeds of, 65.
seasons justice, 65.
shown, lovelier things have, 548.
shut the gates of, 385.
sighed farewell, 551.
temper justice with, 239.
unto others show, 29.
upon us miserable sinners, 850.

we do pray for, 65.
Mere, lady of the, 472.
Meridian of my glory, 99.
Merit, as if her, lessened yours, 377.

235.

Merit, candle to thy, 362.

Metre of an antique song, 161.
displays distinguished, 358.

Mettle, a lad of, a good boy, 84.
envy will pursue, 324.

grasp it like a man of, 313.
heaven by making earth a hell, 540. Mew, be a kitten and cry, 85.
raised, by, 226.

the cat will, 145.
sense of your great, 423.

Me-wards, affection 's strong to, 202.
spurns that patient, takes, 135. Mewing her mighty youth, 205.
wins the soul, 326.

Mewling and puking, 69.
Merits, careless their, 396.

Mice and rats and such small deer, 147.
dumb on their own, 454.

best-laid schemes o', 446.
handsomely allowed, 374.

desert a falling house, 719.
to disclose, no further his, 386.

feet like little, 256.
Mermaid, things done at the, 196.

fishermen appear like, 148.
Meroe Nilotic isle, 240.

Miching mallecho, this is, 138.
Merrier man, a, 55.

Mickle is the powerful grace, 106.
more the, 19.

Microscopic eye, 316.
Merrily shall I live now, 43.

Midas me no Midas, 862.
Merriment, flashes of, 144.

Midday beam, at the full, 255.
Merry and wise, 9, 37, 450, 689.

suu, under the, 244.
as a marriage-bell, 512.

Middle age, companions for, 165.
as the day is long, 50.

of the night, vast and, 128.
boys are we, three, 184.

on his bold visage, 491.
dancing drinking time, 272.

tree, tree of life the, 232.
eat drink and be, 831.

wall of partition, 847.
feast, great welcome makes a, 50. Midnight brought on the dusky hour,
fool to make me, 71.
heart goes all the day, 77.

crew, Comus and his, 383.
heart hath a continual feast, 826.

dances and the public show, 335.
I am not, 151.

dead of, the noon of thought, 433.
in hall where beards wag all, 21.

fower, pleasure like the, 520.
let 's be, 199.

gravity out of bed at, 85.
meetings, changed to, 95.

hags, secret black and, 123.
monarch scandalous and poor, 279. heard the chimes at, 90.
month of May, 175.

hours, mournful, 617.
roundelay, 25.

in the solemn, centuries ago, 642.
swithe it is in hall, 21.

iron tongue of, 69.
when I hear sweet music, 65.

murder many a foul and, 383.
Merryman and Doctor Quiet, 293.

oil consumed, 318.
Message of despair, 513.

revels by a forest side, 225.
Messes, herbs and other country, 248. shout and revelry, 243.
Messmates hear a brother sailor, 672. stars of, shall be dear, 469.
Met, hail fellow well, 290.

Mid-noon risen on, 235, 476.
night that first we, 581.

Midst of life we are in death, 851.
no sooner, but they looked, 71. Midsummer, as the sun at, 80.
part of all that I have, 625.

madness, this is very, 76.
't was in a crowd, 581.

Midwife, she is the fairies', 104.
Metal, breed for barren, 61.

Mien carries more invitation, 297.
flowed to human form, 329.

monster of so frightful, 317.
more attractive, 138.

such a face and such a, 269.
not the king's' stamp makes better Might and main, do with, 603.
the, 282.

do it with thy, 831.
of a man tested, 663.

faith that right makes, 622.
rang true, 660.

have been, it, 619.
sonorous, 224.

honest man 's aboon his, 452.
Metamorphosis, in a state of, 756.

in their hour of, 5 26.
Metaphor, betrayed into no, 528.

of our sovereign, 29.
Metaphysic wit, high as, 210.

of the gods, 698.
Meteor tlag of England, 515.

try with all my, 535.
harmless flaming, 224, 261.

would not when he, 405.
like a fast-flitting, 561,

Mightier far is love, 482.
ray, fancy's, 447.

Mightiest in the mightiest, 64.
streamed like a, 383.

Julius fell, 126.
streaming to the wind, 224.

Mightily strive, 72.
Method in madness, 133.

Mighty above all things, 836.
in man's wickedness, 197.

ale a large quart, of, 3.
of making a fortune, 387.

all the proud and, 358.
Methought I heard a voice, 119.

crack, hear the, 300).
Metre ballad-mongers, 85.

dead, converse with the, 356.

Mighty, death, eloquent just and, 26.

fallen, how are the, 815.
fortress is our God, 770.
heart is lying still, 470.
ills, what, 280.
large bed, bed of honour a, 305.
line, Marlowe's, 179.
maze but not without a plan, 314.
minds of old, 500.
orb of song, 479.
pain it is to love, 261.
shrine of the, 518.
state's decrees, mould a, 633.
while ago, 177.
workings, hum of, 576.
your hearts are, 46.

youth, mewing her, 255.
Mild philosophy, calm lights of, 297.
Mildest-mannered man, 557.
Mildness, ethereal, 355.
Mile, measured many a, 56.
Miles asunder, villain and he are, 108.

travelled twelve stout, 172.

twelve, from a lemon, 460.
Militia, the rude, 273.
Milk, adversity's sweet, 108.

and honey, flowing with, 813.
and water, happy inixtures of, 554.
of concord, sweet, 121.
of human kindness, 117.
of Paradise, drunk the, 500.

such as have need of, 848.
Milk-white before now purple, 58.

lamb, Una with her, 477.

thorn, beneath the, 447.
Milky baldric of the skies, 573.

mothers, 27, 191.
way i' the sky, 256.
way, solar walk or, 315.
Mill, brook that turns a, 155.

God's, grinds slow but sure, 206.
I wandered by the, 031.
more water glideth by the, 104.

much water goeth by the, 18.
Miller sees not all the water, 192.

there was a jolly, 127.
Miller's golden thumb, 2.
Millers thin, bone and skin two, 351.
Milliner, perfumed like a, 83.
Millinery, mass of, 631.
Million acres, Cleon hath a, 653.

misses an unit anning at a, 646.

pleased not the, 134.
Millions boast, who dost thy, 261.

for defence, 073.
iu tears, leaves, 655.
of spiritual creatures, 234.
of surprises, 205.
saddled and bridled, 682.
think, perhaps makes, 558.

yet to be, thanks of, 502.
Mills of God grind slowly, 793,
Millstone hanged about his neck, 842.

hard as the nether, 818.
look through a, 33.
see into a, 789.

seen far in a, 13.
Milo's end, remember, 278.

Milton, faith and morals of, 472.

round the path of, 485.
shouldst be living, 472.
some mute inglorious, 385.
that mighty orb of song, 479.
the divine, 479.
the sightless, 483.

to give a, birth, 414.
Milton's golden lyre, 391.
Mince the matter, 857.

this matter, 152, 784.
Mincing, walking and, 833.
Mind, absence of, 509.

appearances to the, 744.
as the, is pitched, 421.
banquet of the, 316.
be ye all of one, 849.
beneficent of, 313.
bettering of my, 42.
blameless, a, 312.
bliss centres in the, 395.
blotted from his, 314.
body or estate, 850.
breathing from her face, 550.
clothed and in his right, 841.
conquest of the, 315.
conscious of rectitude, 707.
dagger of the, 119.
danı ning those they have no, to, 211.
desires of the, 169.
did minde his grace, never, 23.
diseased, minister to a, 125.
education forms the common, 320.
encyclopedic, 593.
exercise is strength of, 317.
farewell the tranquil, 154.
fire from the, 512.
firm capacious, 342.
fleet is a glance of the, 416.
forbids to crave, 22.
glimmer on my, to, 514.
good, possesses a kingdom, 22.
grand prerogative of, 531.
grateful, by owing owes not, 231.
his eyes are in his, 503.
how love exalts the, 273.
immortal remains, 341.
in ruins, the human, 682.
in the victor's, 299.
is bent, when to ill thy, 315.
is clouded with a doubt, 629.
is God, our, 742
is its own place, 224.
is pitched, as the, 421.
is the judge of the man, 715.
is the lever of all things, 530.
large and fruitful, 168.
last infirmity of noble, 247.
laugh that spoke the vacant, 396.
leatless desert of the, 519.
love looks with the, 57.
magic of the, the, 551.
makes the man, 303.
man's unconquerable, 471.
marble index of a, 475.
march of the human, 408.
Meccas of the, 562.

men to be of one, 851.

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