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Trenchant blade, 211.
Trencherman, a very valiant, 50.
Tresses fair, insnare, 326.

like the morn, 246.

whitening and fading, 636.
Trial by juries, 435.
Triangular holes and persons, 461.
Tribe increase, may his, 536.

is the badge of all our, 61.
richer than all his, 157.

were God Almighty's gentlemen, 268.
Tribes, formed of two mighty, 500.

that slumber in its bosom, 572.
Tribute, laid all nature under, 457.

not one cent for, 673.
of a sigh, the passing, 385.

of a smile, vain, 487.
Trick of our English nation, 88.

of singularity, 70.
when in doubt win the, 861.

worth two of that, I know a, 84.
Tricks, his tenures and, 143.

in plain and simple faith, 114.
plays such fantastic, 48.
shaped for sportive, 95.
such, hath strong imagination, 59.

that are yain, 669.
Trident, flatter Neptune for his, 103.
Tried each art, 396.

little knowest that hast not, 29.
patient though sorely, 614.
save he whose heart hath, 550.
thou that hast not, 29.
to blame that has been, 350.
to live without him, 175.

without consent bin only, 193.
Tries, knows not till he, 713.
Tritle, as 't were a careless, 117.

think naught a, 311.
Trifles light as air, 154.

make life, 311.
make the sum of human things, 437.
seeks painted, 391.
snapper-up of unconsidered, 77.

win us with honest, 116.
Trim, dressed in all his, 163.

gardens, in, 249.
gilded vessel in gallant, 383.
he that shot so, 105.
meadows, 248.
reckoning, 87.

that shoots so, 405.
Trip it as you go, 248.
Trissotin, half, 593.
Triton blow his wreathed horn, 477.

of the minnows, hear you this, 103.
Triumph advances, chief in, 491.

in redeeming love, 674.
pedestaled in, 651.

pursue the, 320.
Triumphal arch, 516.
Triumphant death, 240.

faith, o'er our fears, 615.
Triumphed, Jehovah has, 524.

over time, 26.
Trivet, right as a, 676.
Trivial fond records, 132.

round the common task, 569.

Trivial things, contests rise from, 325.
Trod, proper men as ever, 110.
Trodden out, little fire is quickly, 95.

the wine-press alone, 834.
Trojans, the distant, 337.
Troop, farewell the plumed, 164.
Troops of error, charged the, 217.

of friends, love obedience, 124.
Trope, out there flew a, 210.
Trophies, need not raise, 258.

unto the enemies of truth, 217.
Tropic, under the, 220.
Troth, not break my, 54.

time tries the, in everything, 18.
Troubadour, gayly the, 581.
Trouble, double toil and, 123.

man is born unto, 816.
of few days and full of, 817.
our days begin with, 687.
present help in, 820.
remedy for every, 701.
war is toil and, 272.

why all this toil and, 466.
Troubles, against a sea of, 135.

of the brain, the written, 125.

peck of, 791.
Troubled air, meteor to the, 383.

let not your heart be, 843.
like a fountain, 73.
waters, fish in, 283.

with thick-coming fancies, 125.
Troublesome disguises, 234.
Troublest ine, thou, 97.
Troubling, wicked cease from, 816.
Trousers, steam-engine in, 461.
Trowel, laid on with a, 66.
Troy, Astyanax the hope of, 338.

divine, tale of, 250.
doubted, heard, 558.
fired another, 272.
half his, was burnt, 88.
heard, doubted, 558.
laid in ashes, 280.

where is, 352.
Troy's proud glories, 337.
Truant, aged ears play, at his tales,

55.
husband should return, 556.
Truckle-bed, honour's, 212.
Trudged along unknowing, 273.
True Amphitryon, 277.

and honourable wife, 112.
are you good men and, 51.
as fate, 182.
as steel, 58, 107.
as the dial to the sun, 215.
as the needle to the pole, 306.
battled for the, 632.
beginning of our end, 59.
blue, Presbyterian, 210.
dare to be, 205.
easy to be, 671.
good to be honest and, 450.
hearts lie withered, 521.
hope is swift, 97.
I have married her, 149.
if England to itself rest, 80.
like the needle, 389.

True love, course of, never did run

smooth, 57.
love is like ghosts, 795.
man's apparel, every, 19.
nature the first cause of the, 755.
nothing, but heaven, 524.
patriots all, 445.
perfection, praise and, 66.
so tender and so, 380.
strange but, 560.
tender and, Douglas, 38.
't is pity and pity 't is 't is true, 133.
to one party, 659.
to the kindred points of heaven, 485.
to thine own self be, 130.
too good to be, 284.
use of speech, 103.
way to be deceived, 795.

whatsoever things are, 817.
True-fixed and resting quality, 112.
Truepenny, art thou there, 132.
Truly loved never forgets, 520.
Trump, shrill, 154.
Trumpery, with all their, 231.
Trumpet give an uncertain sound, 845.

moved more than with a, 34.
shifted his, 100.
sound the, beat the drums, 281.
sounds to horse, 296.

the thing became a, 485.
Trumpets, never heard the sound of, 734.

silver snarling, 575.
Trumpet-tongued, angels, 118.
Trumps, if dirt was, 510.
Truncheon, the marshal's, 47.
Trundle-tail, tike or, 118.
Trust all and be deceived, better, 641.

all power is a, 608.
government is a, 517.
in all things high, 630.
in God is our, 517.
in God, put your, 588.
in princes, put not your, 824.
in Providence, put your, 313.
magistracy is a great, 411.
no agent, 51.
no future howe'er pleasant, 612.
no man on his oath, 109.
no man without a conscience, 379.
old friends to, 171.
somehow good will be, 632.
soothed by an unfaltering, 572.
takes in, our youth, 26.

woman's faith and woman's, 491.
Trusts, offices are public, 529.

public, 859.
Trusted, let no such man be, 66.
Trustees, officers of government are, 517.
Trusty drouthy crony, 451.
Truth and daylight meet, 255.

and noonday light to thee, 654.
and pure delight, heirs of, 477.
and shame the devil, 85, 772.
and soberness, words of, 843.
authority and show of, 52.
basis of every, 409.
be in the field, so, 255.
born to inquire after, 778.

Truth, bright countenance of, 253.

crushed to earth, 573.
denies all eloquence to woe, 551.
doubt, to be a liar, 133.
enemies of, 217.
fiction lags after, 408.
forever on the scaffold, 657.
from his lips prevailed, 397.
from pole to pole, spread the, 300.
great is, and mighty, 836.
great ocean of, 278.
has such a face, 269.
hath a quiet breast, 80.
he ought to die for, 600.
her glorious precepts draw, 675.
his utmost skill, 174.
I will be barsh as, 605.
impossible to be soiled, 253.
in every shepherd's tongue, 25.
in masquerade, 500.
in the light of, 475.
in the strife of, 657.
in wine there is, 719.
increase to her, 378.
is always strange, 560.
is beauty beauty is truth, 576.
is its handmaid, 400.
is precious and divine, 213.
is the handmaid of justice, 460.
is the highest thing, 4.
is truth, 49.
lend her noblest fires, 540.
lie which is half a, 628.
lies deep down, 766.
lies like, 125.
makes free, whom the, 421.
man never harmed by, 754.
may be, tell how the, 487.
may bear all lights, 578.
mercy and, are met together, 821.
miscalled simplicity, 162.
mournful, 366.
nature is styled, 755.
not to be spoken at all times, 780.
nothing so powerful as, 531.
nothing so strange as, 531.
ocean of, all undiscovered, 278.
of a song, swear to the, 287.
of history, 724.
of truths is love, 654.
on the scaffold, 657.
one, is clear, 316.
one way possible of speaking, 651.
pardon error but love, 801.
patriot, 675.
purity and, eternal joy, 280.
put to the worse, 255.
quenched the open, 491.
ridicule the test of, 578.
sanctified by, 483.
seeming, 63.
severe by fairy fiction drest, 383.
shall be thy warrant, 25.
shall ever come uppermost, 653.
shall make you free, 843.
simple, his utmost skill, 174.
so pure of old, kept thy, 252.
sole judge of, 317.

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Truth speak as much as I dare, 777.

speak every man, 847.
speech is, i89.
statesman yet friend to, 323.
stooped to, 328.
stranger than fiction, 560.
strife of, with falsehood, 657.
the brilliant Frenchman never knew,

411.
the poet sings, this is, 626.
the test of ridicule, 44.
there is no, in him, 813.
throughout the world, 483.
time brings Increase to her, 378.
time trieth truth, 18.
time will teach thee soon the, 613.
to side with, is noble, 657.
urge him with, 312.
vantage ground of, 164.
we know, by the heart, 799.
well known to most, 124.
whispering tongues can poison, 500.
who having unto, 42.
will come to sight, 62.
will sometimes lend her noblest fires,

510.
with gold she weighs, 330.
with him who sings, 631.
with the emblem of, 537.

would you teach, 319.
Truths as refined as Athens heard, 672.

discovery of divine, 304.
divine came mended from that tongue,

333.
electrify the sage, whose, 514.
fictions like to, 692.
great, are portions of the soul, 656.
I tell, believe the, 389.
instruments of darkness tell us, 116.
refined as ever Athens heard, 672.
that wake to perish never, 478.
to be self-evident, 434.
two, are told, 116.
which are not for all men, 801.

who feel great, 654.
Truth's, thy country's thy God's and,

100.
Try first then call in God, 699.

men's souls, times that, 431.
our fortunes, ready to, 90.

the man, let the end, 89.
Tub, tale of a, 772.

to the whale, fling a, 291.

upon its own bottom, every, 350.
Tufted crow-toe, 247.

trees, bosomed high in, 248.
Tug of war, then was the, 281.
Tugged with fortune, 121.
Tully's curule chair, 391.
Tumble, another, 585.

ready with every nod to, 97.
Tumours of a troubled mind, 695.
Tumult of the soul, 481.
Tune, bells jangled out of, 136.

incapable of a, 509.
memory plays an old, 654.
nature's heart in, 580.
of flutes, 157.

Tune, our voices keep, 518.

out of, above the pitch, 771.
should keep so long in, 303.
singeth a quiet, 499.

to sing the same, 729.
Turbans, white silken, 240.
Turbulence eludes the eye, 473.
Turf, at his head a green grass, 405.

beneath their feet, 515.
green be the, above thee, 562.
green grassy, 428.
of fresh earth, smell to a, 222.
oft on the dappled, 473.

that wraps their clay, 390.
Turk, base Phrygian, 45.

bear like the, 327.

out-paramoured the, 147.
Turkman's rest, cheers the, 555.
Turu and fight another day, 216.

at need, good, 782.
backward o Time, 668.
each thing his, does hold, 203.
of the tide, 91.
one good, asketh another, 15.
over a new leaf, 174, 182.
the smallest worm will, 95,

your hand to anything, 787.
Turning trembles too, 389.
Turnips, man who, cries, 375.
Turns at the touch of joy, 389.

with ceaseless pain, 394.
Turph, Peter, 72.
Turrets of the land, 636.
Turtle, love of the, 519.

voice of the, is heard, 832.
Twain, if, be away, 6, 17.
Twal, short hour ayont the, 446.
Tweed, at York 't is on the, 318.
Tweedledum and Tweedledee, 351.
Twelve, Cristes lore and his apostles, 2.

good men into a box, 528.
good rules, the, 398.
honest men have decided, 671.
in the sworn, 47
miles from a lemon, 460.
stout miles, might travel, 472.
tongue of midnight hath told, 59.

years ago I was a boy, 595.
Twenty bokes clothed in black, 1.

days are now, long as, 470.
kiss me sweet and, 75.
more such names, 72.
mortal murders, 122.

worlds, should conquer, 181.
Twenty-one, in the confidence of, 376.

the minor pants for, 329.
Twice read, what is, 369.
Twice-told tale, life is tedious as a, 79,

315.
Twig is bent, just as the, 320,
Twilight dews are falling fast, 524.

dews, no, 493.
disastrous, 225.
fair, as stars of, 474.
gray in sober livery, 233.
lets her curtain down, 582.
of the heart, an evening, 562.
repairing, when at, 515.

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Twilight soft and dim, 682.

Unassuming commonplace, 473.
Twilights, her dusky bair like, 474. Unattained, the far-off, 080.
Twilight's curtain, 582.

Unattempted yet in prose, 178.
Twin brethren, great, 593.

Unavenged, insults, 480.
happiness was born a, 557.

Scipio's ghost walks, 298.
Twius even from the birth, 313.

Unaware, I blessed them, 498.
Twinkling of a star, but the, 214.

Unawares, like instincts, 634.
of an eye, in the, 62, 816.

Unawed by influence, 675.
Twitch quick as lightning, 214.

Unblemished let me live, 333.
'Twixt two boundless seas, 525.

Unblessed, every inordinate cup is, 152.
Two clouds at morning, I saw, 677. Unborn ages, ye, 383.

eternities, past and future, 525. Unborrowed from the eye, 467.
handles, everything hath, 746.

Unbought grace of life, 410.
hands upon the breast, 667.

health, hunt in fields for, 270.
heads better than one, 12.

Upbounded courage, 299.
hearts in one, 782.

stomach, man of an, 100.
hearts that beat as one, 806.

Unbribed by gain, 675.
irons in the fire, 196.

Unburied men, bodies of, 181.
lovely berries on one stem, 58. Uncertain, comes and goes, the world,
narrow words hic jacet, 27.

602.
of a trade can never agree,

319.

coy and hard to please, 490.
of that, trick worth, 81.

glory of an April day, 44.
pale feet crossed in rest, 667.

paper, certain portion of, 556.
sides to every question, 705.

the visible for the, 766.
single gentlemen rolled in one, 454. voyage, life's, 109.
souls with a single thought, 806. Uncertainty, certainty for an, 369
strings to his bow, 15.

cloaca ot, 799.
truths are told, 116.

of the law, glorious, 350.
voices are there, 478.

Unchained strength, the giant's, 572.
Two-and-seventy stenches, 503.

Uuchanging law of God, 639.
Twofold image, we saw a, 481.

Uncharitableness, all, 850.
Two-handed engine, 247.

Uncheered by hope, 537.
Two-headed Janus, 59.

Uncle me no uncle, 862.
Two-legged animal, man is a, 763. Unclean lips, man of, 833.
thing a son, 267.

Unclouded ray, whose, 321.
Type, careful of the, 632.

Unclubable man, a very, 371.
of the wise who soar, 485.

Uncoffined and unknown, 547.
of thee, Ferdinand Mendez Pinto was Uncompromising as justice, 605.
but a, 294.

Unconditional surrender, 65+.
Types of things, loose, 473.

Unconfined, let joy be, 512.
Typical of strife, clubs, 420.

Unconning, thou art so, 6.
Tyrannous to use it like a giant, 48. Unconquerable mind, 382, 471.
Tyranny begins, where law ends, 364. will and study of revenge, 223.
Tyrant, beautiful, 107.

Unconquered steam, 474.
custom, the, 151.

will, star of the, 613.
of his fields, 385.

Unconscious of decays, age, 341.
Tyrants, be wasted for, 525.

Unconsidered trities, snapper-up of, 77.
ever sworn the foe to, 159.

Uncreated night, 227.
from policy, kings will be, 410. Uncreating word, before thy, 332.
necessity the argument of, 453. Unction, Hattering, 141.
rebellion to, 859.

Undazzled eyes, 255.
watered by the blood of, 804.

Undefyled, well of English, 28.
Tyrant's plea, necessity the, 232.

Undepressed in size, 479.

Under the rose, 219.
Ugliest of trades, 597.

Uuderlings, we are, 110.
Ugly and venomous, the toad, 67.

Underneath his feet he cast, 23.
sights, so full of, 96.

this sable hearse, 179.
Ultimate angels' law, 650.

this stone doth lie, 178.
Ultimum moriens of respectability, 638 Understand, believe what they least, 779.
Umbered face, sees the other's, 92. Understanding and wisdom, 833.
Una with her milk-white lamb, 477.

candle of, 836.
Unadorned, adorned the most, when, dupe of the heart, 795.
356.

for thy more sweet, 54.
Unalienable rights, 434.

give it an, but no tongue, 129.
Unalterable days, the, 600.

God gives, 421.
Unaneled, disappointed, 132.

joke into a Scotch, 459.
Unanimity is wonderful, their, 441.

more, than my teachers, 823.
Unapprehended inspiration, 568.

not obliged to find you an, 375.

no,

Understanding, passeth all, 847.

to direct, 688.

with all thy getting get, 825.
Understood, harmony not, 316.

her by her sight, 177.

the interpreter hardest to be, 441.
Undervalue me, if she, 26.
Undescribable, describe the, 545.
Undeserved praise, 330.
Undevout astronomer is mad, 310.
Undiscovered country, 136.
Undisputed thing, 6:35.
Undivulged crimes, 147.
Undone, another victory we are, 171.

his country, they've, 298.
if we are known we are, 761.
if we had not been undone, 724.
in another fight I were,

733.
to want to be, 30.
widow, some, 194.
widows, thousands of, 172.

wrongdoer that has left something,
Undreamed shores, 78.
Undress, fair, best dress, 357.

her gentle limbs did she, 499.
Uneasy lies the head, 89.

light, remnant of, 474.
Unetfectual fire, 'gins to pale his, 132.
Unessential, irrecognition of the, 662.
Unexercised, virtue, 251.
Unexpected always happens, the, 701.

death the best, 735.
Unexpressed, uttered or, 497.
Unexpressive she, fair chaste and, 70.
Unextinguished laughter, 337, 344.
Unfaltering trust, 572.
Unfashionable, lamely and, 95.
Unfathomed caves of ocean, 385.
Unfeathered two-legged thing, 267.
Unfoeling for his own, 381.
Unfed sides, 147.
Unfinished, deformed, 95.
Unfirm, inore giddy and, 75.
Unfit, for all things, 399.

for ladies' love, 272.

to sink or soar, 654.
Unfold, I could a tale, 131.
Unfolds both heaven and earth, 57.
Unforgiving eye, 442.
Unformed occident, 39.
Unfortunate by a calamity, 766.

Miss Bailey, 454.

one more, 586.
Unfriended melancholy slow, 394.
Unfriendly to society, 415.
Unfruitfui, invention is, 408.
Unfurnished, head to be let, 210.
Ungalled play, the hart, 138.
Ungracious pastors, 129.
Ungrateful, man who is, 795.
Unhabitable downs, 289.
Unhand me gentlemen, 131.
Unhandsome corse, a slovenly, 83.
Unhanged, not three good men, 81.
Unhappy far-off things, 473.

folks on shore, 510.
never so, as we suppose,

794.

Unhappy, none but the great, 301.

none think the great, 310.

what the happy owe to the, 343.
Unheard by the world, 524.
Unheeded flew the hours, 464.
Unholy blue, eyes of, 521.
Unhonoured and unsung, 488.

his relics are laid, 519.

years, laden with, 449.
Unhouseled, disappointed, 132.
Un-idea'd girls, 309.
Unimaginable trance, 504,
Unintelligible world, this, 467.
Uninterred, he lies, 341.
Union, flag of our, 586.

fragments of a once glorious, 533.
here of hearts, there is 496.
in partition, 58.
indestructible, 619.
is perfect, our, 426.
liberty and, now and forever, 533.
music of the, keep step to the, 588.
must be preserved, our F

eral, 458.
of hearts union of hands, 596.
of lakes union of lands, 596.
of states none can sever, 596.
our Federal, 458.
sail on 0, strong and great, 615.

with his native sea, 480
Unison, some chord in, 422.
United we stand, 595.

yet divided, 417.
Uniting we stand, 426.
Unity, God is, 7CA.

on earth, confound all, 124.

to dwell together in, 824.
Universal blank, 230.

cure, cheap and, 261.
darkness buries all, 332.
good, partial evil, 316.
grin, nature wears one, 362.
peace, uproar the, 124.

world, in the, 93.
Universe, better ordering of the, 768.

born for the, 399.
forsakes thee, 803.
glory and shame of the, 799.
God is the creator of the, 765.
harmony of the, 409.
is change, 751.
loves to create, 756.
made up of all that is, one, 754.
nature of the, 755.

vast, scenes for a theatre, 777.
University of these days, 580.
Unjust peace before a just war, 361.

to nature and himself, 307.
Unkind as man's ingratitude, 70.

when givers prove, 136.
Unkindest cut of all, the most, 113.
Unkindness, I tax not you with, 146.
Unknelled uncoffined, 547.
Unknowing what he sought, 273.
Unknown and like esteemed, 245.

and silent shore, 509.
argues yourselves, 234.
forms of things, 59.
it is good to love the, 509.

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