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Age and dust, pays us with, 26.

Age, what more honourable than, 171. and hunger, 09.

without a naine, 493. beautiful and free is their old, 471, worm at the root of, 423. be comfort to my, 67.

worn away with, 347. begins anew, the world's great, 560. you 'd scarce expect one of my, 459. best in four things, 171.

Ages, alike all, 395. best vaticum of old, 762.

ere Homer's lamp appeared, 414. cannot wither her, 157.

ere the Mantuan swan was heard, 414, comes on apace, 428.

famous to all, 254. come to thy grave in full, 816.

heir of all the, 626. companions for middle, 105.

hence, how many, 112. crabbed, and youth, 163.

his acts being seven, 69. cradle of reposing, 328.

of eternity, mighty, 642. dallies like the old, 75.

on ages, 674. disgrace of wickedness added to old, once in the flight of, 496. 735.

onward roll, the great, 624. every, has its pleasures, 800.

rock of, 432. father of all in every, 331.

stamp and esteem of, 266. grow dim with, 299.

three poets in three distant, 270. he that dies in old, 750.

through the, 626. he was not of an, 179.

to the next, 170. heritage of old, 608.

unborn crowd not on my soul, 383. in a full, come to thy grave, 816.

wakens the slumbering, 594. in a good old, 812.

women faded for, 648. in a green old, 311.

ye unborn, 383. in commendation of, 171,

Age's alms, prayers which are old, 25. in the summer of her, 276.

tooth, poison for the, 78. is as a lusty winter, 67.

Aged bosom, confidence in an, 364. is grown so picked, 113.

ears play truant at his tales, 55. is in the wit is out, when the, 52.

later times are more, 169. labour of an, 251.

men full loth and slow, 492. master spirits of this, 112.

Agencies vary, how widely its, 585. mirror to a gaping, 504.

Agent, trust no, 51. monumental pomp of, 479.

Agesilaus toying with his children, 737. most remote from infancy, 799. Aggravate your choler, 89. naked in mine, to mine enemies, 100. A-gley, gang aft, 446. narrative with, 337.

Agnes, the world dear, 797. of cards, old, 321.

Ago, mighty while, 177. of chivalry is gone, 410.

Agonies, exultations, and, 471. of ease, youth of labor, 396.

Agony, all we know of, 562. of gold, fetch the, 251.

cannot be remembered, 504. of revolution and reformation, 435. distrest, though oft to, 482. of sophisters, 410.

swimmer in his, 557. old and well stricken in, 813.

with words, charm, 53. old, in this universal man, 169.

Agree as angels do above, 221. or antiquity accounted, 169.

on the stage, 411. prayer-books are the toys of, 318.

those who, with us, 796. pyramids doting with, 222.

though all things differ, all, 333. scarce expect one of my, 459.

Agreed to differ, 506. serene and bright, an old, 475.

Agreement with hell, 831. shakes Athena's tower, 541.

Agricultural population the bravest, 719. should accompany old, 124,

Ah Sin was his name, 669. silvered o'er with, his head was,

348. Aid, after war, 203. smack of, in you, 88.

alliteration's artful, 413. small for its, 767.

for some wretch's, 333. soul of the, 179.

friend of pleasure wisdom's, 390. statf of my, 02.

of ornament, the foreign, 350. strong meat for full, 848.

Ails it now, something, 472. talking, made for, 395,

Aim, better have failed in the high, 651. that melts in unperceived decay, 365. our being's end and, 318. that which should accompany old, 124. Aiming at what's far, 698. thou art shamed, 110.

Air a chartered libertine, 91. to perform promises of youth, 368. ampler ether, diviner, 482. too late or cold, 238.

and harmony of shape, 287. torrent of a downward, 356.

around with beauty, 545. 'twixt boy and youth, 489.

babbling gossip of the, 75. unspotted life is old, 836.

be shook to, 102. veracity which increases with, 796. bird of the, 831.

Air, birds of the, have nests, 839.

bites shrewdly, 130.
breasts the keen, 394.
breath of flowers sweeter in the, 167.
burns frore, the parching, 228.
castles in the, 187, 791, 851.
charm ache with, 53.
couriers of the, 118.
desert rocks and fleeting, 181.
dewy freshness fills the, 507.
do not saw the, 137.
eating the, 88.
every flower enjoys the, 466.
fairer than the evening, 41.
field of, through the, 4:24.
freshness fills the silent, 507.
heaven's sweetest, 102.
her keel plows, 37.
her manners and her, 444.
hurtles in the darkened, 384.
I drew in the common, 837.
I'll charm the, 123.
in heaven's sweetest, 102.
into the murky, 239.
is calm and pleasant, when the, 254.
is delicate, the, 117.
is full of farewells, 615.
love free as, 333.
melted into thin, 43.
meteor to the troubled, 383.
mocking the, with colors, 80.
most excellent canopy, 134.
nipping and an eager, 130.
of delightful studies, 253.
of glory, walking in an, 263.
recomiends itself, 117.
scent the morning, 132.
sewers annoy the, 239,
shut up for want of, 307.
spread his sweet leaves to the, 104.
strike our tune, let the, 173.
summer's noontide, 227.
sweetness in the desert, 385.
sweetness on the desert, 385.
their lungs receive our, 418.
thoughts shut up want, 307.
through the field of, 424.
throw a straw into the, 195.
to rain in the, 30.
trifles light as, 154.
with barbarous dissonance, 2-15.
with beauty, fills the, 545.

with idle state, mock the, 383.
Airs and madrigals, 254.

fresh gales and gentle, 238
from heaven, bring with thee, 130.
lap me in soft Lydian, 249.
melting, or martial, 422.
of England, martial, 533
who shall silence all the, 254.
Air-drawn dagger, 122.
Airly, to take in God, gut to git up, 658.
Airy hopes my children, 480.

nothing, a local habitation, 59.
purposes, execute their, 224.
reveries so, 419.
servitors, nimble and, 253.
tongues that syllable, 243.

Aisle, long drawn, 384.
Aisles of Christian Rome, 598.
Ajax asks no more, 340.

prayer of, was for light, 614.
strives some rock to throw, 324.

the great himself a host, 337.
Akin to love, pity's, 282.
Alabaster, as monumental, 156.

grandsire cut in, 60.
Alacrity in sinking, a kind of, 46.
Alarms, serene amidst, 428.
Alarums changed to merry meetings, 95.
Alcibiades and his dog, 733.
Alcides' equal, 714.
Alcoran, the Talmud and the, 166.
Aldeborontiphoscophornio, 283.
Alderman's foretinger, 104.
Aldivalloch, Roy's wife of, 674.
Ale and safety, a pot of, 91.

drink of Adam's, 289.
God send thee good, 23.
no more cakes and, 75.
older than their, 397.
quart of mighty, 3.
size of pots of, 210.

spicy nut-brownı, 249.
Alexander and Darius, 732.

and Diogenes, 727.
and Parinenio, 732.
I would be Diogenes if I were not, 739.
in the Olympic race, 732.
noble dust of, 144.
wept that he had not conquered a

worid, 730.
Alexandrine, needless, 324.
Algebra, tell what hour by, 210.
Alice, don't you remember sweet, 680.
Alien corn, amid the, 575.
Alike all ages, 395.
Alive and so bold ( earth, 566.
at this day, the bricks are,

94.
bliss to be, 476.
All above is grace, 270.

are needed by each one, 598.
cared not to be at, 226.
cry and no wool, 211.
fear none aid you, 319.
flesh is grass, 834.
for love, he was, 436.
good to me is lost, 231.
having nothing yet hath, 174.
in all, manner is, 414.
in all, take him for, 128.
in the morning betime, 142.
is done that men can do, 453.
is lost save honour, 807.
is not gold that glisteneth, 173.
is not lost, 223.
is vanity, 829, 830,
is well, if the end be well, 802.
is well that ends well, 13.
men are liars, 823.
men have their price, 304.
my pretty chickens, 124.
of one mind, be ye, 849.
shall die, 89.
that a man hath will he give, 816.
that lives must die, 127.

All that may become a man, 118.

that men held wise, 217.
that we believe of heaven, 280.
the brothers valiant, 852.
the sisters virtuous, 852.
the world and his wife, 293.
the world, for, 90.
things produced by fate, 765.
things that are, 62, 183.
things to all mnen, 845.
things work together, 844.

this and heaven too, 282.
Alla, fire from, 549.
Allaying Thames, with no, 259.

Tiber, not a drop of, 103.
Alle night with open eye, 1.
Allegory, headstrong as an, 440.
Alliances, entangling, 435.

permanent, 125.
Allies, thou hast great, 471.
Alliteration's artful aid, 413.
Allure thee, if parts, 319.
Allured to brighter worlds, 396.
Ally, woman's natural, 698.
Almanacs of the last year, 258.
Almighty dollar, the, 536.

eye, could not 'scape the, 314.
God, first planted a garden, 167.
gold, 178, 431.
form, the, 517.
gentlemen, 268.
hand, led by the, 261.

Lord, vicar of the, 6.
Almighty's orders, the, 299.
Almost at odds with morning, 123.
Alms before men, 838.

prayers which are old age's, 25.
when thou doest, 838.

who gives himself with his, 658. Aloft, cherub that sits up, 436.

his soul has gone, 436. Almsdeeds, good works and, 843. Alone all all alone, 498.

all we ask is to be let, 679.
I did it. - Boy! 103.
in solitude we are least, 544.
man should not be, 812.
never appear the Immortals, 502.
never say that you are, 743.
on a wide wide sea, 498.
than when alone never less, 431, 455.
that worn-out word, C06.
with his glory, 563.

with noble thoughts, 34.
Alonso of Arragon, 171.
Aloof, they stood, 500.
Alp, many a fiery, 228.
Alph, the sacred river, 500.
Alpha and Omega, 849.
Alphonso's hints for the creation, 768.
Alps on Alps arise, 323.

though perched on, 309.
Alraschid, golden prince of, 623.
Altama murmurs wild, 398.
Altar, love I bow before thine, 392.

reach the skies, let its, 465. Altars, priests, victims, 333.

strike for your, 561.

Altar-stairs, world's, 632.
Alteration finds, alters when it, 163.
Altissima quæque flumina, 25.
Alway, I would not live, 678, 816.
Always find us young, 699.

to be blest, 315.
Am, I am that I, 163.
Amaranthine flower of faith, 482.
Amaryllis in the shade, 247.
Amaze me, it doth, 110.

the unlearned, 324.
Amazed the gazing rustics, 397.
Amazing brightness, 280.
Ambassador is an honest man sent to lie

abroad, 175.
Amber, bee enclosed in, 722.

flies in, 168.
fly in a bead of, 203.
pipe tipped with, 555.
scent of odorous perfume, 242.
snuff-box, 326.
straws in, 327.

whose foam is, 257.
Amber-dropping hair, 246.
Ambition and pride of kings, low, 314.

and thirst of praise, low, 414.
finds such joy, 231.
fling away, 100.
heart's

supreme, 377.
loves to slide not stand, 267.
lowly laid, high, 487.
made of sterner stuff, 113.
of a private man, 419.
of man, crueltie and, 27.
the soldier's virtue, 158.
thriftless, 120.
to reign is worth, 224.
virtue, wars that make, 154.

which o'erleaps itself, vaulting, 118.
Ambition's ladder, lowliness is, 111.
Ambitious finger, from his, 98.
Ambrosial curls, 337.
Ainbuscadoes, breaches, 105.
Ambush of my name, 47.
Amen, God help me, 776.

stuck in my throat, 119.
Amend your ways, 835.
America, epocha in history of, 429.

half-brother of the world, 654.

has furnished a Washington, 530. American book, who reads an, 462.

Hag, haul down the, 678.
I also am an, 530.
I was born an, 533.
I will live and die an, 533.
idea, what I call the, 639.
if I were an, 364.
not a Virginian, but an, 429.

strand, 205.
Americans, good, 638.
Amiable weakness, 364, 442.

weaknesses, 430.
Amicably if they can, 505.
Amice gray, in, 241.
Amiss, better to love, 444.

never anything can be, 59.

nothing comes, 72. Aminiral, mast of some great, 224.

Among them but not of them, 544. Angel on the outward side, 49.
Amorous causes, offence springs from, or earthly paragon, 100.
3:25.

shook his wings, as if an, 414. delay, reluctant, 232.

should write, though an, 520 descant sung, 233.

sings, in his motiou like an, 65. fond and billing, 215,

the recording, 379. looking glass, court an, 95.

thou hovering, 243. Amos Cottle! Phoebus ! what a name ! visits few and far between, 514. 539.

whiteness, 52. Amphitrio, into the shape of, 32.

who wrote like an, 388. Amphitryon, the real, 798.

yet in this, of habits devil is, 141. the true, 277

Angels alone enjoy such liberty, 260. Ample room and verge enough, 383.

and ministers of grace, 130. Ampler ether, 182.

are bright still, 124. Amuck, to run, 328.

are, our acts our, 183. Amusements, friend to public, 371.

are painted fair, 280. Anarch lets the curtain fall, 332.

aspiring to be, 316. Anarchy, digest of, 409.

could no more, 307. eternal, hold, 229.

do above, agree as, 221. of drink, wild, 180.

down, which would drag, 532. Anatomy, a mere, 50.

entertained, and, 221. Ancestor, I am my own, 806.

face shined bright, 27. Ancestors are very good kind of folks, fear to tread, where, 325. 410.

fell by that sin, 100. glorions, 310.

forget-ine-pots of the, 616. look backward to their, 409.

guard thy bed, holy, 302. no need of, 801.

help, make assay, 139. of nature, 229.

in some brighter dreams, 264. that come after him, 14.

laugh at the good he has done, 637. the glory belongs to our, 729.

listen when she speaks, 279. think of your, 747.

little lower than the, 818. wisdom of our, 407.

men would be, 316. Ancestral trees, tall, 569.

must love Ann Hathaway, 690. voices, 500.

ne'er like, till passion dies, 182. Anchor of our peace at home, 435.

plead like, 118. Anchors, great, heaps of pearl, 96.

preventing, 269. moor with two, 708.

pure in thought as are, 455. that hold a mother, 697.

sad as, 513. Anchored ne'er shall be, 513.

say sister spirit come away, 334. Anchorite, saintship an, 540.

shared fire with, 519, Ancient and fish like smell, 13.

sung the strain, guardian, 358. and honorable, 833.

thousand liveried, 245. as the sun, hills, 572.

to fall, caused the, 165. days, dames of, 395.

tremble while they gaze, 382. ears, ring in mny, 106.

trumpet-tongued, 118. grudge I bear him, 61.

unawares, entertained, 818. landinark, remove not the, 828.

visits like those of, 355. tales say true, if, 510.

wake thee, all, 367. times, these are the, 169.

weep, make the, 18. trusty drouthy crony, 451.

weep, tears such as, 225 Ancients of the earth, we are, 627.

would be gods, 316. were not acquainted, 740.

Angel's face shyned bright, 27. Anderson my jo John, John, 449.

tear, passage of an, 576. Anecdotage, man in his, 609.

wing, dropped from an, 484, Angel appear to each lover, 305.

wing, feather pluckt from an, 484. consideration like an, 90.

wings, clip an, 574. curses his better, 156.

Angels' ken, far as, 223. death and his Maker, 502.

inusic, 't is, 205. dowy, she drew an, 272.

visits short and bright, 281. dropped from the clouds, 86.

Angelical, fiend, 107. ended, the, 237.

Anger, biting for, 222. good and bad, 187.

he that is slow to, 827. guardian, o'er his life, 455

is like a full-hot horse, 98. ħands to valour given, 574.

is one of the sinews of the soul, 222. hold the fleet, 362, 618.

more in sorrow than, 128. hope thou hovering, 243.

of his lip, contempt and, 76. in action how like an, 131.

of lovers, 708 ministering, 144, 490.

Angle, a brother of the, 207.

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Angler, if he be an honest, 208.

Ant, go to the, thou sluggard, 825.
no man is born an, 2010.

Ants entombed, 168.
now with God, excellent, 208.

Antagonist is our helper, our 411.
Anglers or very honest men, 208.

Antagoras boiling a conger, 732.
Angling, be quiet and go a, 208.

Anthem, the pealing, 381.
deserves commendations, 207.

Anthems, singing of, 88.
innocent recreation, 208.

Anthropophagi, the, 150.
is somewhat like poetry, 207.

Antic, old father, the law, 82.
like mathematics, 200.

round, while you perform your, 123.
like virtue, 207.

Anticipate the past, 440.
wagered on your, 158.

Antidote, bane and, 299.
Angling-rod, a sturdy oak his, 217.

some sweet oblivious, 125.
Angry, be ye, and sin not, 847.

Antigonus and Thrasyllus, 732.
food, leap into this, 110.

the son of Helios, 740.
heaven is not always, 289.

Antique Roman than a Dane, 146.
passions rise, never let your, 302,

song, metre of an, 161.
reckon the days you have not been, towers, ye, 381.
715.

world, service of the, 67.
repeat the four-and-twenty letters Antiquitas sæculi, 169.
when, 735.

Antiquities, living men were, 219.
Anguish, another's, 104.

Antiquity, a little skill in, 222,
here tell your, 524.

is accounted by farther distance, 169.
hopeless, poured his groan, 366.

ways of hoar, 403.
wring the brow, 490.

Anti-republican tendencies, 435.
Angularity of facts, 601.

Antres vast and deserts idle, 150.
Animal, happiness of the rational, 755. Anvil, iron did cool on the, 80.
man is a noble, 219.

Anything but history, 304.
man is a two-legged, 763.

for a quiet life, 852.
self-preservation of an, 764,

glad he thanks God for, 370.
Animated bust or storied urn, 384.

can be amiss, never, 59.
only by faith and hope, 369.

owe no man, 844.
Anise and cumin, 810.

what is worth in, 213.
Ann Hathaway hath a way, 690

whereof it may be said, 830.
Anna whom three realms obey, 326. Anythingarian, he is an, 292.
Annals are not written, whose, 579. A pace, ill weed grows, 35.
of the brave, 163,

A pathy, in lazy, 317.
of the poor, 324.

Ape, like an angry, 48.
writ your, true, 103.

A pes, jollity for, 100.
Anne, yes by Saint, 75

A pert, prive and, 4.
Annihilate space and time, 330

Apollo, bards in fealty to, 576.
Annihilating all that's made, 263,

trom his shrine, 251.
die, cannot but by, 236.

Pallas Jove and Mars, 642.
Anointed king, balm from an, 81

Apollo's laurel bough, burned is, 41.
rail on the Lord's, 97.

Jute, musical as bright, 56, 245.
sovereign of sighs and groans, 55. Apollos watered, 845.
Another and a better world, 805.

Apologies account for what they do not
and the same, 481.

alter, 608.
horse, give me, 97.

Apology too prompt, 239.
man's doxy, 858.

Apostles shrank, while, 676.
man's ground, built on, 45.

twelve, he taught, 2.
setteth up, 821.

would have done as they did, the, 556.
yet the same, 331.

Apostolic blows and knocks, 210.
Another's and another's, 514.

Apothecary, I remember an, 108.
eyes, to choose love by, 57.

ounce of civet good, 118.
face commend, 377.

Apparel, every true man's, 49.
sword laid him low, 514.

fashion wears out more, 52.
woe, to feel, 334.

oft proclaims the man, 130.
Answer a fool, 828,

Apparelled in more precious habit, 53.
a wise man with silence, 730.

Apparition, a lovely, 474.
all things faithfully, 66.

Apparitions, seen and gone, like, 281.
echoes answer, (30.

thousand blushing, 52.
him ye owls, 331.

Appeal from Philip drunk, 807.
me in one word, 70.

unto Caesar, 813.
not every question, 711,

Appear the inmortals, never, 502.
soft, turneth away wrath, 826.

Appearance, not according to the, 813.
the better, 52.

of things to the mind, 744.
ye evening tapers, 636

Appearances are deceitful, 766.
Answers till a husband cools, never, 321. I Appendix to nobility, 187.

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