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Mountain, rolling his stone up the, 617.

see one, see all, 189.
side, from every, 619.
small sands the, 311.
tops, tiptoe on the misty, 108.
was in labour, 716.

waves, march is o'er the, 514.
Mountains, bind him to his native, 394.

Delectable, 206.
faith to remove,

845.
Greenland's icy, 536.
high, are a feeling, 543.
interposed make enemies, 418.
look on Marathon, 557.
Mont Blanc is the monarch of, 553.
will be in labour, 706.

woods or steepy, 40.
Mountain-height, freedom from her, 573.

winds swept the, 568.
Mounted in delight, 470.
Mounteth with occasion, courage, 78.
Mounting barbed steeds, 95.

in hot haste, 512.
Mourn, countless thousands, 446.

her, all the world shall, 101.
lacks time to, 594.
love is doomed to, 683.
the unalterable days, 600.

who thinks must, 289.
Mourns the dead, he, 307.

nothing dies but something, 558.

vile man that, 316.
Mourned by man, 482.

by strangers, 335.
her soldier slain, 427.
honoured and forever, 341.
revered and, 312.
the dame of Ephesus, so, 295.

the loved the lost, 545.
Mourners go about the streets, 831.
Mournful midnight hours, 612.

numbers, tell me not in, 612.
rhymes, ring out my, 633.
rustling in the dark, 615.

truth, this, 366.
Mourning, house of, 830.

oil of joy for, 831.
Mournings for the dead, 615.
Mouse, as a cat would watch a, 293.

killing a, on Sunday, 850.
mountain brought forth a, 726.
not even a, 527.
of any soul, 336.

with one poor hole, 206, 336, 701.
Mouses wit not worth a leke, 4.
Mousing owl hawked at, 120.
Mouth and the meat, God sendeth, 11, 20.

an thou 'lt, I'll rant, 145.
butter would not melt in her, 292.
close, catches no flies, 787.
even in the cannon's, 69.
familiar in his, 92.
gaping, and stupid eyes, 273.
ginger shall be hot i' 'the, 75.
like kisses from a female, 551.
look a gift horse in the, 11, 211.
most beautiful, in the world, 353.
of babes and sucklings, 818.

Mouth of hell, into the, 628.

out of thine own, 842.
purple-stained, 575.
to water, made his, 212.
which hath the deeper, 93.
wickedness sweet in his, 817.
with open, swallowing a tailor's news,

80.
Mouths a sentence, as curs, 412.

enemy in their, 152.
familiar in their, 92.
in a glass, made, 147.
of men, in the, 162.
of wisest censure, 152.

without hands, 273.
Mouth-filling oath, 86.
Mouth-honour, breath, 124.
Move easiest, those, 324.
Moves a goddess, 337.

in a mysterious way, God, 423.
Moved, a woman, 73.

to smile at anything, 111.
Moving accidents, 150.

puch on keep, 457.
Moving-delicate and full of life, 53.
Mown grass, like rain upon the, 821.
Much goods laid up, 842.

he reads, 111.
he thinks too, 111.
I owe, I have nothing, 770.
I want which most would have, 22.
may be made of a Scotchman, 371.
may be said on both sides, 300, 363.
more than little, is by much too, 86.
more to that which had too, 67.
of a muchness, 684.
of earth so much of heaven, 472.
one man can do, 203.
so, to do so little done, 633.
some have too, 22.
something too, of this, 138.

too, of a good thing, 71, 785.
Muchness, much of a, 684.
Muck of sweat, all of a, 402.
Muckle, twice as, as a' that, 447.
Mud, sun reflecting upon the, 169.
Muddy ill-seeming thick, 73.
Mudsills of society, 678.
Muffled drums are beating, 612.
Mugwump a person educated beyond his

intellect, 682.
mainspring mogul and, 681.
Multiplied visions, 835,
Multiplieth words, he, 817.
Multitude call the afternoon, 56.

is always in the wrong, 278.
many-headed, 34, 103.
of counsellors, 825.
of projects, 709.
of sins, charity shall cover the, 849.

swinish, hoofs of a, 410.
Multitudes in the valley of decision, 836.
Multitudinous seas incarnadine, 120.
Munich, wave, all thy banners, 515.
Murder, a brother's, 139.

by the law, 311.
cannot be long hid, 62.
ez fer war I call it, 658.

Murder, many a foul and midnight, 383. Music of her face, 259.
one, made a villain, 4:25.

of humanity, still sad, 467.
one to destroy is, 311.

of the sea, rose to the, 503.
sacrilegious, hath broke ope, 120.

of the spheres, 218.
sleep, Macbeth does, 119,

of the union, keep step to the, 588.
though it have no tongue, 135.

of those village bells, 422.
thousands takes a specious name to, passed in, out of sight, 625.
311.

Blumbers in the shell, 455.
will out, 786.

some to church repair for, 324.
Murders, twenty mortal, 122.

soul of, shed, 519.
Murderer, carcasses bleed at the sight of sounds of, creep in our ears, 65.
the, 137.

sphere-descended maid, 390.
Murky air, into the, 239.

sweet compulsion in, 200.
Murmur, invites one to sleep, whose, 380. sweeter than their own, a, 471.
the shallow, 25.

tells, many a tale their, 523.
Murmurs as the ocean murmurs, 512.

that would charm forever, 485.
died away in hollow, 370.

the sea-maid's, to hear, 57.
hear our mutual, 508.

't is angels', 205.
near the running brooks, 471.

to attending ears, softest, 106.
to their woe, 398.

waste their, on the savage, 311.
Murmuring tled, 234.

what fairy-like, 677.
of innumerable bees, 630.

when soft voices die, 567.
streams, lapse of, 237.

wherever there is harmony there is,
Murmurings were heard within, 480.

218,
Murray was our boast, 332.

with her silver sound, 404.
Muscle, motion of a, 465.

with its voluptuous swell, 542.
trained, keep thy, 661.

with poem or with, 241.
Muscular, his Christianity was, 609.

with the enamelled stones, 44.
training of a philosopher, 745.

Music's golden tongue, 575.
Muse, every conqueror creates a, 220. Musical as bright Apollo's lute, 56, 245.
his chaste, 377.

glasses, Shakespeare and the, 402.
His praise, expressive silence, 357. most, most melancholy, 249.
meditate the thankless, 247.

Musing in his sullein mind, 28.
of fire, O for a, 90.

on companions gone, 489.
on nature with a poet's eye, 513.

there an hour alone, 557.
rise honest, 322.

while the fire burned, 819.
said look in thy heart, 34.

Muskets aimed at duck, 439.
worst-humoured, 400.

Musk-rose and well-attired woodbine,
worst-natured, 279.

248.
Music and moonlight, 567.

of the dale, sweetened every, 245.
architecture is frozen, 807.

Musk-roses, sweet with, 58.
at the close, setting sun and, 81. Must be as we are now, 203.
audible to him alone, 485.

I thus leave thee, 239.
be the food of love, 74.

youth replies I can, COO.
breathing from her face, 550.

Mustard, after meat comes, 786.
ceasing of exquisite, 616.

Mute inglorious Milton, 385.
die in, 03.

nature mourns, 488.
discourse most eloquent, 138.

nightingale was, 589.
dwells lingering, where, 481.

unchanged hoarse, 236.
fading in, a swan-like end, 03.

Mutine in a matron's bones, 140.
governed by a strain of, 485,

Mutiny, stones to rise and, 114.
hath charms to soothe the savage Mutter, wizards that peep and, 833.
breast, 294.

Muttered in hell, 't was, 674.
heavenly maid was young, 390.

Mutters backward, 246.
his very foot has, 427.

Mutton, joint of, 90,
in its roar, 517.

Muttons, to return to our, 771.
in my heart I bore, 473.

Mutual heart, when we meet a, 358.
in the beauty, there is, 218.

My better half, 34.
in the nightingale, there is no, 44. country 't is of thee, 546.
in them, die with all their, 636.

ever new delight, 235.
instinct with, 485.

opinion is and so and so, 761.
like softest, 106.

Mynheer Vandunck, 454.
like the warbling of, 167.

Myriad of precedent, codeless, 627.
man that hath no, in himself, 66. Myriad-minded Shakespeare, 504.
mute, will make the, 629.

Myriads bid you rise, what, 578.
never merry when I hear sweet, 65. of daisies, 186.
night shall be filled with, 614.

of rivulets hurrying, 630.
not for the doctrine but the, 324. Myrtle, groves of laurel and, 803.

Myrtle, land of the cypress and, 549. Name, hell trembled at the hideous, 229.
Myrtles, grove of, 175, 803.

her, is never heard, 581.
Myself am hell, 231.

his former, is heard no more, 235.
I live not in, 543.

in print, pleasant to see one's, 539.
never less alone by, 431.

in the amoush of my, 47.
not if I know, 509.

is great in mouths, 152.
such a thing as I, 110.

is Legion, my, 841.
Mysteries lie beyond thy dust, 264.

is MacGregor, my, 493.
Mysterious cement of the soul, 354.

is Norval, my, 392.
union with its native sea, 480.

is woman, frailty thy, 128.
way, God moves in a, 423.

king's, is a tower of strength, 97.
Mystery, burden of the, 467.

lights without a, 256.
heart of my, 139.

local habitation and a, 59.
hid under Egypt's pyramid, 621.

love can scarce deserve the, 549.
of mysteries, 494.

magic of a, 513.
Mystic fabric sprung, the, 535.

man with a terrible, 507.
Mystical lore, 614.

mark the marble with his, 322.

murder takes a specious, 311.
Naebody care for me, if, 449.

no blot on his, 514.
Naiad of the strand, 490.

no one can speak, 507.
or a grace, 490.

no parties, I, 198.
Naiads, leads the dancing, 414.

of action, lose the, 136.
Nail, fasten him as a, 834.

of Crispian, rouse at the, 92.
on the head, hit the, 20, 183, 771.

of the Prophet figs, 517.
shoe lost for want of a, 360.

of the slough was Despond, 265.
to our coffin, care adds a, 431.

of the world, borrow the, 166.
to the mast her holy flag, 635.

of Vanity Fair, it beareth the, 265.
tooth and, 781.

Phæbus what a, 539.
Nails fastened by the masters, 832.

pledge of a deathless, 616.
near your beauty with my, 93.

ravished with the whistling of a, 319.
Nailed by the ears, 214.

rose by any other, 105.
on the bitter cross, 82.

so blest as thine, no, 345.
Naked, every day he clad the, 400.

speak to thee in friendship's, 523.
human heart, 308.

the world grew pale at, 365.
in December snow, 81.

thence they had their, 246.
new-born babe, 118.

though late redeem thy, 354.
new-born child, 438.

to be known by, no, 152.
to lash the rascals, 155.

to every fixed star, that give a, 54.
to mine enemies, 100.

unmusical to the Volscians' ears, 103.
villany, clothe my, 96.

was writ

water, 577.
woods wailing winds, 573.

we will not ask her, 516.
wretches, poor, 147.

what is friendship but a, 402.
Nam et ipsa scientia, 168.

what's in a, 105.
Name Achilles assumed, 219.

what the dickens his, is, 46.
Ah Sin was his, 669.

which no one can spell, 507.
and memory, 170.

whose, has been well spelt, 559.
at which the world grew pale, 365. worth an age without a, 493.
be George, if his, 78.

worthy of the, 447.
be sung, let the Redeemer's, 302. Names, call things by their right, 457.
behind them, left a, 837.

commodity of good, 83.
beyond the sky, waft thy, 539.

familiar as household words, 92.
breathe not his, 519.

he loved to hear, 635.
call it by some better, 524.

new-made honour doth forget men's,
cannot conceive nor, 120.
current but not appropriate, 457.

of all the gods at once, 110.
deed without a, 123.

of their founders, forgotten the, 222.
fascination of a, 422.

one of the few immortal, 562.
filches from me my good, 153.

syllable men's, 243.
foolish whistling of a, 262.

twenty more such, 72.
friend of every friendless, 366.

which never were, 72.
good, better than precious ointment, win ourselves good, 36.
830.

Named thee but to praise, none, 562.
good, better than riches, 790, 827. Nameless column with the buried base,
good, in man and woman, 153.

546.
grand old, of gentleman, 633.

deed, tells of a, 456.
greatness of his, 101.

unremembered acts, 467.
Greek or Roman, 267.

Nan, such mistress such, 21.
halloo your, to the reverberate hills, 75. Nap after dinner, 372.

78.

Napkins tacked together, two, 87. Natural, more than, 134.
Naples is known, man to whom all, 798. on the stage he was, 399.
Napoleon's troops, 537.

selection, 622.
Naps, old John, of Greece, 72.

sorrow loss or pain, 473.
Narcissa's last words, 321.

tears they dropped, 240.
Narcotics numbing pain, 631.

Naturalist and historiau, 367.
Narrative with age, 337.

Naturalists observe a flea, so, 290.
Narrow as the neck of a vinegar-cruet, Naturally as pigs squeak, 210.
376.

Nature, accuse not, 238.
compass, 220.

action lies in his true, 139.
human wit so, 323.

affrighted, recoils, 411.
isthmus, this, 525.

against the use of, 116.
the corner where man dwells, 750. an apprentice, 446.
two, words hic jacet, 27.

ancestors of, 229.
world, he doth bestride the, 110.

and nature's God, 304.
Narrowed his mind, 399.

and nature's laws, 330.
Narrowing lust of gold, 633.

and reason, according to, 754.
Nasty ideas, a man of, 291.

appalled, 354.
Nation, ballads of a, 281.

art imitates, 305.
confound the language of the, 462. be your teacher, let, 466.
corner-stone of a, 616.

blessed is the healthy, 579.
curled darlings of our, 149.

book of, 784.
God sifted a whole, 206.

book of, short of leaves, 585.
he hates our sacred, 61.

broke the die, 552.
language of the, 462.

built many stories high, 222.
laws of a, who should make the, 281. cannot make a man, 660.
made and preserved us a, 517, 595. cannot miss, 272.
ne'er would thrive, 287.

canvas glowed beyond, 394.
noble and puissant, 254.

clever man by, 457.
not lift sword against, 832.

commonplace of, 473.
of gallant men, 409.

compunctious visitings of, 117.
of men of honour. 409.

could no further go, the force of, 271.
of shop-keepers, 858.

course of, is the art of God, 310.
other courts of the, 213.

credulities dear to, 486.
righteousness exalteth a, 826.

custom is almost, 735.
small one a strong, 834.

darling of, 776.
trick of our English, 88.

death is a secret of, 751.
void of wit and huinour, 389.

debt to, 's quickly paid, 204.
Nations as a drop of a bucket, 834.

diseased, breaks forth, 85.
but two, in all, 203.

disobedience to, 746.
cheap defence of, 410.

dissembling, 95.
eclipsed the gayety of, 369.

done in my days of, 131.
enrich unknowing, 39.

everything contains all the powers of,
fierce contending, 299.

601.
fond hope of many, 547.

exerting unwearied power, 414.
friendship with all, 435.

extremes in, 317, 322.
greatness of his name make 101. faire is good by, 29.
kindreds and tongues, 819.

fast in fate, binding, 334.
mountains make enemies of, 418.

fault to, 127.
Niobe of, 516.

first cause of all that is true, 755.
to foreign, and to the next ages, 170. first made man, free as, 275.
Nation's eyes, history in a, 385.

fitted by, to bear, 753.
National debt a national blessing, 532. fool of, stood, 273.
Native and to the manner born, 130.

fools of, 131.
charm, one, 398.

for 't is their, too, 301.
heath, my foot is on my, 493.

formed but one such man, 552.
hue of resolution, 136.

forms us for ourselves, 777.
land good night, my, 510.

framed strange fellows, 59.
Beas, guard our, 514.

friend a masterpiece of, 602.
Bhore, adieu my, 540.

from her seat sighing, 239.
shore, fast by their, 423.

great secretary of, 208.
to the heart, head is not more, 127. habit is second, 779.
wood-notes wild, 249.

he is great who is what he is from, 602.
Nativity chance or death, 46.

her custom holds, 143.
Natural defect, not caused by any,

168. his, is too noble, 103.
force abated, nor his, 814.

hold the mirror up to, 137.
I do it more, 75.

holds communion with, 572.
in him to please, 267.

how unjust to, 307.

new,

Nature, I do fear thy, 117.

I loved, 512.
in hir corages, 1.
in him was almost lost, 390.
in spite of, and their stars, 211.
in the love of, 572.
in you stands on the very verge, 146.
is a mutable cloud, 601.
is above art in that respect, 148.
is but art unknown, 316.
is fine in love, 142.
is good by, 29.
is styled truth, 755.
is subdued to what it works in, 163.
is the art of God, 218, 310.
is too noble for the world, 103.
lengths unknown, to carry, 414.
little we see in, that is ours, 476.
lived in the eye of, 468.
looks through, 320.
lord of all the works of, 30.
lost in art, 39.
lost the perfect mould, 552.
loves so well to change, 752.
made a pause, 306.
made her, fairer than, 35.
made her what she is, 452.
made thee to temper man, 280.
made us men, 657.
might stand up, 115.
modesty of, o'erstep not the, 137.
mortal, did tremble, 478.
mourns her worshipper, 488.
muse on, with a poet's eye, 513.
must obey necessity, 115.
never did betray, 467.
never lends her excellence, 46.
never made, death which, 308.
never put her jewels into a garret,

170.
no such thing in, 279.
not inferior to art. 756.
not man the less but, more, 547.
of an insurrection, 111.
of things that are, 755.
one touch of, 102.
out from the heart of, 598.
passing through, to eternity, 127.
pattern of excelling, 156.
permit, to take her own way, 780.
prodigality of, 96.
prompting of, 718.
rich with the spoils of, 217.
rough paths of peevish, 288.
says best and she says roar, 283.
second, practice becomes, 707.
seems dead o'er one half-world, 119.
shakes off her firmness, 351.
shows, happiness depends as, 413.
sink in years, 299.
so mild and benign, 312.
solid ground of, 485.
some things are of that, 266.
speaks a various language, 572.
state of war by, 290,
strong propensity of, 253.
sullenness against, 24.
swears the lovely dears, 446.

Nature, sweet look that, wears, 613.

teaches beasts, 103.
the breeze of, 480.
the vicar of the Lord, 6.
this fortress built by, 81.
't is their, too, 301.
to advantage dressed, 323.
to write and read comes by, 51.
tone of languid, 417.
under tribute, laid all, 457.
unjust to, and himself, 307.
up to nature's God, 320, 610.
use can almost change the stamp o.,

141.
voice of, cries, 385.
war was the state of, 407.
weaknesses of human, 430.
wears one universal grin, 362.
what I call God fools call, 651.
what is done against, 741.
what we owe to, 339.
who can paint like, 355.
whole frame of, 300.
whose body, is, 316.
wild abyss the womb of, 229.
wills, death a thing that, 755.

youth of primy, 129.
Natures, same with common, 313.
Nature's bastards not her sons, 246.

chief masterpiece, 279.
cockloft is empty, 222.
copy is not eterne, 121.
daily food, human, 474.
end of language is declined, 310.
evening comment, 483.
God, through nature up to, 320, 610.
good and God's, 64.
grace, rob me of free, 357.
happiest mould, 388.
heart beats strong, 634.
heart in tune, 580.
journeymen, 137.
kindly law, 318.
laws lay hid in night, 330.
own creating, noble of, 358.
own sweet cunning hand, 74,
prentice hand, 446.
second course, 120.
second sun, love is, 35.
soft nurse, gentle sleep, 89.
sternest painter, 510.
sweet restorer balmy sleep, 306.
teachings, list to, 572.
walks, eye, 375.

works, universal blank of, 230.
Naught a trifle, think, 311.
but the nightingale's song,

428.
can me bereave, 357.
horror of falling into, 298.
in this life sweet, 181.
my sighs avail, 683.
saith the buyer it is, 827.
venture naught have, 21.

woman's nay doth stand for, 163.
Naughty night to swim in, 147.

world, good deed in a, 66.
Nusicaa, heaven of charms divine, 343.
Nautilus, learn of the little, 318.

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