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Thief of time, procrastination is the, 307. | Thing, so frail a, is man, 687.
steals something from the, 151.

sovereign'st, on earth, 83.
sun's a, the sea 's a, 109.

started like a guilty, 126.
to catch a thief, 730.

Aweetest, that ever grew, 472.
to the gallows, more followers than a, that I was born to do, 39.
213.

that 's quite another, 351.
which the justice which the, 148.

the genteel, 401.
yond justice rails upon yond, 148. there's no such, in nature, 279.
Thievery, I 'll example you with, 109. to one, constant never, 51, 405.
Thieves, beauty provoketh, 66.

too much of a good, 71, 785.
rifled by the gusty, 585.

tremble like a guilty, 478.
Thigh, smote them hip and, 814.

truth is the highest, 4.
Thighs, cuisses on his, 86.

two-legged, a son, 267.
Thin air, melted into, 43.

undisputed, thou say'st an, 635.
partitions, 267.

was not done in a corner, this, 844.
red line, 860.

we like, we figure the, 594.
spun life, slits the, 247.

we long for that we are, 657.
through thick and, 28, 269.

when two do the same, 710.
too, and bare, 101.

which that shineth, 5.
Thine enemy hunger, if, 844.

who dares think one, 338.
Thing, acting of a dreadful, 111.

winsome wee, 450.
any good, out of Nazareth, 842. Things above, affections on, 847.
as steadfast as the scene, 468.

all, are now as they were, 755.
became a trumpet, the, 485.

all, are the same, 755.
but
one,
is needful, 812.

all other, give place, 349.
dearest, he owed, 117.

all, that are, 62.
devised by the enemy, 98.

all thinking, 467.
each, his turn doth hold, 203.

all, to all men, 845.
each, is a thief, 109.

all, work together for good, 844.
earth's noblest, 656.

are great to little man, 394.
enskyed and sainted, 47.

are honest, whatsoever, 817.
excellent, in woman, 149.

are in the saddle, 599.
explain a, till all men doubt, 332.

are just, whatsoever, 847.
fearful, to see, 552.

are lovely, whatsoever, 847.
finds good in every, 67.

are not what they seem, 612, 716.
finished, the one, 661.

are of good report, whatsoever, 847.
free and fetterless, 680.

are pure, whatsoever, 847.
highest, is truth, 4.

are the sons of heaven, 368.
holiest, alive, 502.

are true, whatsoever, 847.
how bitter a, it is, 71.

bad begun make strong themselves,
how sublime a, it is, 613.

by ill, 121.
how sweet a, to wear a crown, 94. because they are common, 720.
I am, I do beguile the, 151.

beyond all use, 112.
if they have a good, 88.

by season seasoned are, 66.
ill-favoured, but mine own, 72.

by their right names, call, 457.
in awe of such a, 110.

can such, be, 122.
laugh at any mortal, 558.

cannot but remember such, 124.
lion among ladies is a dreadful, 58. cloy, the best of, 339.
little, a cup of water, 577.

compare great, with small, 230.
little learning is a dangerous, 323. day of small, 836.
look to the essence of a, 755.

differ though all agree, 333.
lovely and a fearful, 557.

done at the Mermaid, 196.
meanest, that feels, 472.

done decently and in order, 846.
never says a foolish, 279.

else about her drawn, 474.
no evil, that walks by night, 244.

equal to all, for all things unfit, 399.
no great, created suddenly, 743.

evil, there is some goodness in, 92.
no new, under the sun, 830.

facts are stubborn, 392, 800.
nothing like being used to a, 441.

feast of fat, 834.
of beauty is a joy forever, 574.

fond of humble, 671.
of custom, 122.

former, grow old, 203.
of fortune, most dejected, 148.

frequently happen which you do not
of life, like a, 570.

hope, 101.
of sea or land, 242.

friendship is constant in all other, 51.
of sin and guilt, 245.

from out the bitterness of, 484.
order gave each, view, 38.

God's sons are, 368.
palsy-stricken churchyard, 575.

good, will strive to dwell with it, 43.
play's the, 135.

great contests from trivial, 325.
show us how divine

a,
475.

great head of, 717.

Things, great lord of all, 317.

greatest vicissitudes of, 168.
hid, wherefore are these, 74.
hoped for, substance of, 848.
I do not need, many, 759.
I ought, to do the, 535.
ill got had ever bad success, 95.
into the light of, 466.
leave all meaner, 314.
left undone those, 850.
long past, more than, 81.
looked unutterable, 356.
loose type of, 473.
loveliest of lovely, 573.
man's best, are nearest him, 631.
men ought not to investigate, 759.
mighty above all, 836.
more, in heaven and earth, 133.
nature of the universe is the nature

of, 755.
not made for words, 759.
not seen, evidence of, 848.
past, remembrance of, 101.
possessing all, 846.
present seem worst, 89.
proper to man, to do the, 755.
prove all, 847.
remembering happier, 626.
rolls through all, 467.
sad vicissitude of, 379.
sad vicissitudes of, 393.
sanctioned by custom, 704.
secret, belong unto the Lord, 814.
sense and outward, 478.
shews of, 169.
sum of human, 437.
that are and have been, 740.
that are have kinship, 755.
that are made for our general uses,

183.
that belong to adversity, 164.
that have a common quality, 755.
that nature wills, 755.
that ne'er were nor are, 257.
that no gross ear can hear, 245.
that were, dream of, 5+1.
they ought not, speaking, 848.
think on these, 817.
those who want fewest, 759.
though all, differ all agree, 333.
through the dream of, 541.
through words and, 465.
time ordains for other, 252.
to come, giant mass of, 102.
to do two, at once, 708.
to write well in laudable, 253.
translunary, 40.
true and evident, 746.
unattempted, 223.
unfit for all, 399.
unhappy far-off, 473.
unknown, forms of, 59.
unknown proposed, 325.
we can only say of, they be, 654.
we onght to have done, 850.
we will answer all, 66.
when virtuous, proceed, 73.
which are Cæsar's, 840.

| Things which belong to prosperity, 164.
which men confess with ease,

746.
without all remedy, 121.

words are, 558.
Think, comedy to those that, 389.

him so because I think him so,
how Bacon shined, 319.
how many never, 534.
makes millions, 558.
may sigh to, 379.
naught a trifle, 311.
not disdainfully of death, 755.
of that Master Brook, 46.
of your ancestors, 747.
of your forefathers, 458.
of your posterity, 458, 747.
on, pleasant to, 256.
on these things, 847.
one thing, who dares, 338.
only what concerns thee, 237.
shock which makes us, 609.
talk and never, 180.
that day lost, 688.
the great unhappy, none, 310.
they talk who never, 287.
those that, must govern, 395.
those who greatly, 335.
to-morrow will repay, 276.
too little and talk too much, 268.

what you and other men, 110.
Thinketh in his heart, as he, 828.

let him that, he standeth, 845.
Thinking being, man a, 534.

few, how few think justly of the, 534.
is an idle waste of thought, 517.
makes it so, 134.
of the days that are no more, 630.
on fantastic summer's heat, 81,
on the frosty Caucasus, 81.
plain living and high, 472.
reed, man is but a, 798.
souls, thought of, 579.
their own kisses sin, 108.
things, impels all, 467.

with too much, 321.
Thinkings, speak to me as to thy, 153.
Thinks like a sage, 607.

most acts the best, who, 05.
shows what he, 102.
too much, he, 111.
what ne'er was, 323.

who, must mourn, 289.
Thin-spun life, slits the, 247.
Thirst amidst a sea of waves, 345.

if he, give him drink, 844.

of praise, 414.
Thirsty earth soaks up the rain, 260.

fly, busy curious, 671.

soul, cold waters to a, 828.
Thirteen, maids of, 78.
Thirty days hath September, 684.

man a fool at, 307.

on the wrong side of, 292.
This above all, 130.

is a cock, 788.
or that, without or, 322.
that it should come to, 128.
was a man, say to all the world, 115.

!

Thomb of gold parde, he had a, 2.
Thorn, beneath the milk-white, 447.

in the flesh, 846.
of experience, 661.
primrose peeps beneath the, 398.
rose without the, 203, 232.
why choose the rankling, 805.

withering on the virgin, 57.
Thorns, he that plants, C92.

little wilful, 629.
pricked by the, 691.
rosebud with wilful, 629.
that in her bosom lodge, 132.
touched by the, 520.
under a pot, crackling of, 830.

which I have reaped, the, 544.
Thorny way, steep and, 129.
Those that think must govern, 395.

who inflict must suffer, 566.

who know thee not, 437.
Thou art all beauty, 295.

art gone from my gaze, 587.
art gone

the grave, 535.
art the man, 815.

canst not say I did it, 122.
Though I say it that should not, 198.

lost to sight, 587.
Thought, adds strength to the, 312.

all objects of all, 467.
almost say her body, 177.
and joy, love and, 469.
and passion, chaos of, 317.
as a sage, 428.
be not rambling in, 755.
but ne'er so well expressed, 323.
came like a full-blown rose, 575.
could wed itself, ere, 632.
dared what he greatly, 342.
destroyed by, 113.
divide, sense from, 316.
dome of, the, 511.
eies and eares and ev'ry, 23.
even with a, 158.
evil is wrought by want of, 584.
exhausting, 54.
explore the, 328.
feeling deeper than all, 653.
for the morrow, take no, 838.
for your life, take no, 838.
hath struck him, a Roman, 157.
her dying when she slept, 583.
hinn still speaking, 237.
human, is the process, 530.
hushed be every, 481.
in a green shade, green, 263.
is deeper than all speech, 653.
is often original, a, 637.
is speech, when, 459.
is the property of him who can enter-

tain it, 0502
is tired of wandering, 594.
kings of modern, C05.
leaped out, 632.
like a passing, 447.
like a pleasant, 473.
like dew upon a, 558.
loftiness of, 270.
midnight is the noon of, 433.

Thought more nigh, lie a, 179.

northern, is slow, 648.
not one immoral, 377.
of convincing, 399.
of dining, 399.
of our past years, 478.
of tender happiness, 476.
of the people shall be law, 283.
of thee, one, 333.
of thinking souls, 579.
over-refinement deck out our, 750.
pale cast of, 136.
pearls of, 661.
penny for your, 16, 292.
perish that, 296.
pined in, 76.
pleasing dreadful, 299.
power of, 551.
pure in, as angels are, 455.
sessions of sweet silent, 161.
80, go near to be, 53.
so once but now I know it, I, 350.
sober second, 283.
still and serious, 471.
strange seas of, 475.
such stores as silent, 466.
sudden, strikes me, 462.
tease us out of, 576.
thinking an idle waste of, 517.
those that tell of saddest, 565.
thou couldst have died, if I had, 563.
thou wert a beautiful, 546.
thy wish was father to that, 90.
tides that followed, 634.
to have common, 321.
to rear the tender, 355.
two souls with a single, 806.
vacuity of, 420.
vain or shallow, 598.
vein of tender, 525.
wanderings of thy, 497.
what oft was, 323.
whistled for want of, 273.
who would have, 124.
whose armour is his honest, 174.

would destroy their paradise, 382.
Thoughts, all, all passions, 501.

and looks were downward, 225.
as boundless, our, 550.
as harbingers, most pious, 221.
beyond the reaches of our souls, 131.
calmer of unquiet, 207.
dark soul and foul, 244.
employ speech to conceal, 800.
even so my bloody, 155.
give thy worst of, 153.
great feelings great, 634.
great, come from the heart, 803.
high erected, 34.
images and precious, 481.
in a shroud of, 544.
life is what our, make it, 751.
like rose leaves scattered, 558.
love light and calm, 502.
mantle that covers human, 792.
men's, according to inclination, 167.
more elevate, 228.
never alone with noble, 34.

Thoughts, no tongue, give thy, 129. Thousands of undone widows, 172.
of love, turns to, 625.

peace slays its ten, 425.
of men are widened, 626.

to murder, 311.
of mortality, 222.

war slays its, 425.
on hospitable, intent, 235.

Thrasyllus and Antigonus, 732.
pansies for, there is, 142.

Thread, feels at each, 316.
pleasant, bring sad thoughts, 466.

hinders needle and, 585.
pretty to force together, 500.

of his verbosity, the, 56.
ran a wool-gathering, 792.

of life, fate has wove the, 343.
regular as infants' breath, 502.

plying her needle and, 585.
remain below, my, 140.

sewing at once a double, 585.
river of his, 553, 614.

that binds them, 779.
rule the world, C04.

weave their, with bones, 75.
second, are the best, 277.

Threadbare sail, set every, 635.
second, are the wisest, 699.

saint in wisdom's school, 181.
serve your best, as gypsies do chil- Threaten and command, an eye to, 140.
dren, H1.

Threatening eye, looks with a, 79.
shut up want air, 307.

Threats, no terror in your, 114.
80 all unlike each other, 500.

of a halter, 436.
style is the dress of, 353.

of pain and ruin, 385.
that breathe, 382.

Three, chief among the blessed, 611.
that mould the age, 656,

corners of the world, 80.
that shall glad high souls, 656.

firm friends, more sure than day, 502.
that shall not die, 481.

gentlemen at once, 440.
that voluntary move, 230.

good friends, 70.
that wander through eternity, 227. good men unhanged in England, 84.
to their own second, 283.

hundred, grant but three of the, 557.
too deep for tears, 478.

hundred pounds a year, 46.
transcend our wonted themes, 264. insides, carrying, 464.
unrighteous man his, 834.

kingdoms, had sifted, 266.
unspoken homage of, 616.

may keep counsel, 6, 17.
whose very sweetness, 484.

merry boys are we, 184.
with noble, 34.

misbegotten knaves, 84.
words without, 140.

per cents, simplicity of the, 437, 610.
Thoughtless man, warning for, 481.

poets in three distant ages, 270.
thankless man, 307.

removes bad as a fire, 360.
Thousand blushing apparitions, 52.

stories high long dull and old, 454.
chief of a, for grace, 682.

treasures love light and thoughts, 502.
crimes, one virtue and a, 551.

when shall we, meet again, 115.
deaths in fearing one, 308.

words, joys of sense lie in, 319.
decencies, those, 238.

years' child, listens like a, 498.
fearful wrecks, 96.

Three-cornered hat, the old, 635.
friends suffice thee not, 767.

Threefold cord, 830.
hearts beat happily, 542.

fourfold tomb, 179.
hills, beasts upon a, 781.

Three-hooped pot, 94.
hills, cattle upon a, 820.

Three-inan beetle, 88.
homes, near a, 405.

Threescore, bachelor of, 50.
innocent shames, 52.

burden of, 395.
little one shall become a, 834.

years and ten, 822.
liveried angels, 245.

Three-tailed Bashaw, 454.
melodies unheard before, 455.

Threshold of the new world, 221.
one man among a, 830.

Thrice flew thy shaft, 306.
perils, safe through a, 497.

he assayed, 225.
picked out of ten, 133.

he routed all his foes, 271.
soldiers, substance of ten, 97.

he slew the slain, 271.
stars, beauty of a, 41.

is he armed, 94.
strings, harp of a, 303.

my peace was slain, 306.
tongues, conscience hath a, 97.

their weight in gold, 456.
tongues to allure him, 407.

Thrice-driven bed of down, 151.
upper ten, 655.

Thrift may follow fawning, 137.
voices, earth with her, 501.

thrift Horatio, 128.
years in thy sight, 822.

Thriftless ambition, 120.
years of peace, 633.

Thrill, glory's, is o'er, 519.
years scarce serve to form a state, 541. of a happy voice, 655.
Thousands at His bidding speed, 252. the deepest notes of woe, 452.
countless, mourn, 446.

Throat, amen stuck in my, 119.
die without or this, 322.

of war, brazen, 240.
has been slave to, 153.

put a knife to thy, 828.

Throat, scuttled ship or cut a, 557. Tide and wind stay no man, 10.
straining his, 399.

in the affairs of men, 115.
to feel the fog in my, 650.

no man can tether time or, 451.
Throats, cutting foreign, 105.

of love, pity swells the, 308.
engines whose rude, 154.

of successful experiment, 435.
Throbs of fiery pain, 367.

of the years, 668.
Throe, never grudge the, 649.

of times, lis in the, 113.
Throne, footsteps of a, 26.

tarrieth for no man, 10.
here is my, bid kings come bow to it, 79. turning of the, 91.
light which beats upon a, C29.

without a breeze without a, 498.
like a burnished, 157.

Tides that followed thought, 634.
my bosom's lord sits lightly in his, Tidings as they roll, confirm the, 300.
108.

dismal, when he frowned, 397.
night from her ebon, 306.

Tie, in whose, a wild civility, 201.
no brother near the, 327.

love endures no, 272.
of kings, this royal, 81.

silver link the silken, 488.
of rocks in a robe of clouds, 553.

up the knocker, 326.
of royal state, high on a, 226.

Ties, sight of human, 333.
sapphire blaze the living, 382.

Tied to the stake, I am, 148.
shake hands with a king upon his, 563. Tiger, Hyrcan, 122.
shape the whisper of the, 633.

in war imitate the action of the, 91.
something behind the, 364.

Tight little island, 675.
through slaughter to a, 385.

Tiles and chimney-pots, 511.
two kings of Brentford on one, 417. Tillage, other arts follow, 531.
wrong forever on the, 657.

Tilt at all I meet, 328.
Thrones and globes elate, 438.

Tilts with a straw, 484.
dominations princedoms, 235.

Timber, knowledge and, 638.
whose stakes were, 555.

like seasoned, 204.
Throned monarch, 64.

wedged in that, 278.
on her hundred isles, 544.

Timbrel, sound the loud, 524.
Throng into my memory, 243.

Time, age and body of the, 137.
lo vest of your, 234.

all in good, 791.
Throw physic to the dogs, 125.

already of old, 830.
within a stone's, 787.

ambles withal, 70.
Throws, wise player ought to accept his, and age, his youth 'gainst, 24.
697.

and space, through, 416.
Thrummed, I was ne'er so, 182.

and the hour runs, 116.
Thrush sings each song twice over, 647. annihilate but space and, 330.
Thumb, miller's golden, 2.

assuages sorrow, 704.
Thumbs, pricking of my, 123.

backward and abysm of, 42.
sealed their letters with their, 460. bank and shoal of, 118.
Thumping on your back, 423.

bastard to the, 78.
Thumps upon the back, 312,

be good whilst thou hast, 751.
Thunder, doors grate harsh, 229,

be ruled by, 724.
heard remote, 227.

beholds no name so blest, 345.
in a fair frosty day, 266.

between two eternities, gleam of, 580.
in his lifted hand, 267.

bounds of place and, 382.
Jove's power to, 103.

break the legs of, 635.
leaps the live, 544.

breathing, of day with me, 145.
lightning or in rain, 115,

brief chronicles of the, 134.
loud roared the dreadful, 453.

brings increase to her truth, 378.
steal my, 282.

by, subdued, 671.
Thunders in the index, 140.

by the forelock, take, 30.
of white silence, 621.

cannot benumb, some feelings, 545.
rattle, and the lond, 666.

chinks that, has made, 221, 456.
Thunderbolts, with all your, 114.

choose thine own, 433.
Thunder-harp of pines, 667.

coming, there's a good, 493, 653.
Thundering sound, 395, 397.

common arbitrator, 102.
to the moon, 358.

compliments are loss of, 387.
Thunder-storin against the wind, 546. count, by heart-throbs, 654.
Thus let me live unseen unknown, 334. creeping hours of, 68.
Thwack, with many a stiff, 211.

curious, requires, 168.
Thyme, pun-provoking, 380.

do not squander, 360.
where the wild, blows, 58.

elaborately thrown away, 311.
Tiber, not a drop of allaying, 103.

enough, take, 351.
Tickle the earth with a hoe, 597.

enough to find a world, 656.
your catastrophe, 89.

ever such is, 26.
Tickled with a straw, 318.

every man be master of his, 121.

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