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Bird that fyleth his own nest, 8, 18. Black and gray, friars white, 231.
that shunn'st the noise, 206.

and midnight hags, 1:23.
the Attic, 241.

beetle, intolerable to a, 857.
Birds, charm of earliest, 233.

customary suits of solemn, 127.
confabulate, if, 417.

despair, 564.
eagle suffers little, to sing, 104.

every white will have its, 404.
I see my way as, 643.

eyes and lemonade, 519.
in cages, as with, 778.

hung be the heavens with, 93.
in last year's nest, 613, 792.

is a pearl in woman's eye, 35.
in their little nests agree, 302.

is not so black, 464.
joyous the, 238.

it stood as night, 228.
melodious, sing madrigals, 41.

let the devil wear, 138,
of the air have nests, 839.

men of Coromandel, 592.
sang east and west, 62).

more, than ashbuds, 025.
sang, where late the sweet, 102.

or red, bokes clothed in, 1.
time of the singing of, 832.

spirits and white, 173.
with chaff, catch old, 787.

to red began to turn, 213.
without despair to get in, 180.

white shall not neutralize the, 651.
Bird-cage in a garden, 180.

with tarnished gold, 450.
Birnam wood, 124, 125.

Blackberries, plentiful as, 85.
Birth, death borders upon our, 182. Blackbird to whistle, 210.
dew of thy, 851.

Blackguards both, 558.
is but a sleep, 477.

Blacks had no rights, the, 675.
nothing but our death begun, 309. BI blows a man up like a, 85.
of that significant word flirtation, 333. Bladders, boys that swim on, 99.
our Saviour's, is celebrated, 127. Blade, heart-stain away on its, 519.
place of my, 5:30.

notches on the, 811.
repeats the story of her, 300.

sheathes the vengeful, 459.
revolts from true, 106.

trenchant Toledo trusty, 211.
science frowned not on his, 386. Blades, Spanish, 105.
smiled on my, 534.

to Greece we give our shining, 525.
the sunshine is a glorious, 477.

two, of grass to grow, 290.
't is fortune gives us, 310.

Blaize, lament for Madam, 400.
Birthplace, great Homer's, 189.

Blıme, dispraise or, 242.
Biscay, bay of, 453.

in part to, is she, 193, 350.
Biscuit, dry as the remainder, 68.

Blameless vestal's lot, 333.
Bishop, church without a, 588.

Blanch without the owner's crime, 483.
hypocrisy of a, 688.

Blanche, Sweetheart and Tray, 147.
Bishops, bench of heedless, 380.

Bland, childlike and, 669.
Bit me, though he had, 148.

Blandishinents of life, 671.
with an envious worm, 104.

will not fascinate us, 436.
you if it had been a bear, 292.

Blank, creation's, 672.
Bite, bark worse than his, 205.

misgivings of a creature, 478.
dogs delight to bark and, 301.

my lord, a, 75.
the hand that fed them, 411.

of Nature's works, 230.
the man recovered of the, 400.

Blasphemes his feeder, 246.
Bites, three, of a cherry, 773.

Blasphemy in the soldier, 48.
shrewdly, the air, 130.

Blast, chill November's surly, 446.
Biteth like a serpent, 828.

he died of no, 276.
Biting for anger, eager soul, 221.

of that dread horn, 490.
Bitter as coloquintida, 151.

of war blows in our ears, 91.
change, feels the, 228.

rushing of the, 573.
cold, 't is, 126.

striding the, 118.
cross, on the, 82.

upon his bugle horn, 492.
end, 853.

Blasts from hell, 130.
ere long, 238.

of wind, hollow, 347.
fancy, food of, 71.

Blasted, no sooner blown but, 251.
is a scornful jest, 366.

with excess of light, 382.
memory, wakes the, 231.

Blastments, contagious, 129.
o'er the flowers, some, 510, 706. Blaze, burst out into sudden, 247.

past, more welcome is the sweet, 74. Liberty's unclouded, 561.
Bittern booming in the weedy, 592.

of noon, 211.
Bitterns, London an habitation of, 592. Blazed with lights, 109.
Bitterness, knoweth his own, 826. Blazon, eternal, must not be, 131.
of things, from out the, 484.

Blazoning pens, quirks of, 151.
Bivouac of the dead, 681.

Bleak our lot, though, 676.
Blabbing and remorseful day, 94. Bleed, carcasses, at the sight of the mur-
eastern scout, 243.

derer, 187.

Bleed, heart for which others, 294.

they have torn me ani 1, 51. Bleeding country save, my, 513.

piece of earth, 113.
Blend our pleasure, 472.
Bless, none whom we can, 541.

the hand that gave the blow, 277.
the hand that gives the, 289.
thee Bottom, 58.

thee, hold fast till he, 362. Blessed, children call her, 829.

dejected, while another's, 320.
do above, what the, 220.
feet nailed on the bitter cross, 82.
he alone is, 289.
he that considereth the poor, 820.
he who expects nothing, 347.
I have been, 549.
is the healthy nature, 579.
man, half part of a, 78.
martyr, thou fallest a, 100.
mood, that, 467.
more, to give, 843.
none but such as be, 38.
part to heaven, gave his, 100.
shall be thy basket, 814.
them unaware, I, 498.
three, chief among the, 611.

who ne'er was born, 289.
Blessedness, single, 57.
Blesses his stars, 237.
Blesseth her with happy hands, 31.

him that gives, CA. Blessing dear, makes a, 256.

health is the second, 208.
I had most need of, 119.
Lord dismiss us with thy, 374.
national debt a national, 532.
no harm in, 351.
of the Old Testament, 164.
out of God's blessing, 17, 785.
steal immortal, from her lips, 108.
that money cannot buy, 208.

the Pretender, no harm in, 351. Blessings be with them, 477.

brighten as they take their flight, 307.
from whom all, flow, 278.
liberty one of the most valuable, 792.
on him that invented sleep, 792.
two of life's greatest, 713.
wait on virtuous deeds, 291.

without number, 302. Blest, Araby the, 232.

never is, but always to be, 315.
I have been, 519.
in blessing others, 313.
it is twice, 64.
kings may be, 451.
paper-credit, 322.
with temper with unclouded ray, 321.

with some new joys, 276. Blew great guns, 436.

you hither, what wind, 90. Blight, bloom or, 657.

treason like a deadly, 526. Blind bard, be that, 503.

be to her faults a little, 287.
dazzles to, 428.

Blind, eyes to the, feet to the lame, 817.

fortune though she is, 167.
fury, comes the, 247.
girl comes from afar, 607.
guides strain at a gnat, 610.
he that is strucken, 104.
his soul with clay, 630.
lead the blind, if the, 840.
love is, and lovers cannot see, 62.
love must needs be, 503.
man's erring judgment, 323.
none so, as will not see, 19, 283, 293.
old man of Scio's rocky isle, 550.

winged Cupid is painted, 57.
Blindly, loved sne, 452.
Blindness, or I all, 295.
Bliss, all that poets feign of, 94.

bowers of, 313.
brightly glow the hues of, 386.
centres in the mind, 395.
certainty of waking, 24.
domestic happiness, only, 419.
gained by some degree of woe, 377.
health the vital principle of, 358.
how exquisite the, 447.
ignorance is, where, 382.
in possession, will not last, 496.
in that dawn to be alive, 476.
it excels all other, 22.
momentary, 381.
must gain, we every, 377.
no greater, 38.
of paradise, thou only, 419.
of solitude, inward eye the, 475.
source of all my, 398.
sum of earthly, 238.
that earth affords, 22.
to die for our country, 340.
virtue makes the, 389.
virtue only makes our, 320.
which centres in the mind, 395.

winged hours of, 514.
Blissful and dear, 521.
Blithe, no lark more, 427.
Block, chip of the old, 412.
Blockhead, no, ever wrote for money, 373.

the bookful, 325.
Blood and state, glories of our, 209.

beats with his, (30.
beauty fires the, 273.
brain may devise laws for the, 61.
burns, when the, 130.
clean from my hand, wash this, 120.
cold in clime cold in, 519.
drenched in fraternal, 533.
drizzled upon the Capitol, 112.
dyed waters, 441.
earth helped him with the cry of, 478.
fierce as frenzy's fevered, 492.
flesh and, can't bear it, 351.
freeze thy young, 131.
glories of our, 209.
guiltless of his country's, 385.
hand raised to shed his, 315.
harbingers of, 126.
her pure and eloquent, 177.
hey-day in the, 140.
in an old man's heart, 655.

Blood, in him, so much, 124.

in their dastardly veins, 525.
is tame, when the, 141.
is thicker than water, 493.
is very snow-broth, 47.
is warm within, Co.
of a British man, 147.
of all the Howards, 319.
of the martyrs, 756.
of tyrants, 804.
rebellious liquors in my, 67.
ruddy drop of manly, 602.
savageness in unreclaimed, 133.
sensations sweet felt in the, 467.
sign to know the gentle, 29.
so cheap, flesh and, 585.
spoke in her cheeks, 177.
stepped so far in, 123.
stirs to rouse a lion, 84.
strong as flesh and, 477.
summon up the, 91.
that healest with, 199.
to ears of tlesh and, 131.
was thin and old, 589,
weltering in his, 271.
what potent, hath May, 599.
whoso sheddeth man's, 812.

will follow the knife, 312.
Bloodless race with feeble voice, 337.
Bloods, breed of noble, 110.
Bloodshed, fear and, 416.
Blood-tinctured heart, 620.
Bloody instructions, we but teach, 118.

Mary, image of, 585.
Bloom, drives full on thy, 448.

is shed, seize the flower its, 451.
lips he has pressed in their, 635.
of young desire, 382.
of youth, in the, 702.
or blight, 657.
sight of vernal, 230.

that kill the, 483.
Blooming alone, left, 521.
Blossom and bear fruit, let it, 743.

as the rose, 831.
in the dust, 209.
that hangs on the bough, 43.

to-morrow, 99.
Blossomed the lovely stars, 616.
Blossoms, arborett with painted, 28.

hope's tender, 805.
in the trees, 316.

of my sin, cut off in the, 132. Blot, art to, 329.

creation's, 072.
know what they discreetly, 221.
not one line he could wish to, 377.

on his name, no, 514. Blotted it out forever, 379.

paper, that ever, 64. Blow, adore the hand that gives the, 289.

and swallow the same moment, 701.
bless the hand that gave the, 277.
bold I can meet his, 464.
bugle blow, 630.
death loves a signal, 309.
freedom only deals the deadly, 459.
hand that dealt the, 514.

Blow, hand that gives the, 289.

liberty is in every, 450.
might be the be-all, 118.
on the head, 764.
on whom I please, 68.
perhaps may turn his, 464.
remember thy swashing, 104.
the horrid deed in every eye, 118.
themselves must strike the, 541.
the stormy winds do, 515.
thou winter wind, 70.
till they have wakened death, 151.
what wood a cudgel is by the, 213.
wind! come wrack, 126.
winds and crack your cheeks, 146.

word and a, 107, 277. Blows and buffets of the world, 121.

and knocks, apostolic, 210.
man up like a bladder, 85.

of circumstance, 433.
Bloweth where it listeth, 842.
Blown, no sooner, but blasted, 251.

with restless violence, 48. Blue above and blue below, 538.

and gold, clad in, 456.
bide by the buff and, 450.
darkly deeply beautifully, 507, 559.
ethereal sky, 300.
eyes of unholy, 521.
heaven above us bent, 624.
love and tears for the, 608.
meagre hag, 244.
presbyterian true, 210.
roses red and violets, 28.
rushing of the Rhone, 543.
sky bends over all, 499.
sky, canopied by the, 553.
the fresh the ever free, 538.

why does thy nose look so, 673.
Blue-fringed lids, 501.
Blue-stocking, sagacious, 593.
Blunder free us, trae monie a, 448.

worse than a crime, 805.
you find in men this, 437.

youth is a, C08.
Blunderbuss against religion, 370.
Blundering kind of melody, 269.
Blunders about a meaning, 3:27.
Blush of maiden shame, 573.

of modesty, grace and, 140.
shame where is thy, 140.
to find it fame, do good and, 329.
to give it in, 513.

unseen, born to, 385.
Blushed as he gave in the oath, 379.

before, we never, 262. the conscious water, 258. young men that, 734. Blushes at the name, 681.

bear away those, 52.

man that, not quite a brute, 309.
Blushful Hippocrene, 575.
Blushing apparitions, 52.

honours, bears his, 99.
is the colour of virtue, 283, 764.

like the morn, 237.
Blustering band, they march a, 273.

railer, 672.

Boards, ships are but, 61.

Boisterous captain of the sea, 392. Boast, can imagination, 355.

Bokes clothed in black or red, 1. he lives to build not, 354.

Bold as a lion, 829. independence be our, 465.

bad man, 27, 98. Murray was our, 332.

everywhere be, 28, not thyself of to-morrow, 829.

I can meet his blow, 464. of heraldry, 381.

John Barleycori), 451. such is the patriot's, 394.

man that first eat an oyster, 292. veil the matchless, 356.

virtue is, 49. Boastful boys, earth's, 598.

Boldest held his breath, 515. neighs, high and, 92.

Boldness again boldness, 808. Boat is on the shore, 553.

ever meets with friends, 313. oar in every man's, 789.

Bolingbroke was a scoundrel, 370. swiftly glides the bonnie, 674.

Bolt of Cupid fell, where the, 58. Boatman, take thrice thy fee, 806.

the fool's, is soon shot, 16. Boats should keep near shore, 300. Bombastes, must meet, 388. Bobbed for whale, 217.

Bond, nominated in the, 65. Bobtail tike, 148.

of fate, take a, 123. Bocara's vaunted gold, 437.

't is not in the, 65. Bodes me no good, 319.

trust man on his oath or, 109. some strange eruption, 126.

word good as his, 790. Bodied forth, softly, 546.

Bondage led, when Israel was from, 261. Bodies, conceit in weakest, 141.

out of the land of, 493. ghosts of defunct, 210.

whole eternity in, 298. of unburied men, 181.

Bondman let me live, 475. one soul in two, 762.

so base that would be a, 113. pressed the dead, 86.

Bondman's key, in a, 61. princes like to heavenly, 166.

Bonds of ignorance, 639. soldiers bore dead, by, 83.

Bondsmen, hereditary, 541. to life, brought dead, 601.

Bone and skin, two millers, 351. two, with one soul, 340.

as curs mouth a, 412. Bodiless creation, 111.

bites him to the, 363. Boding tremblers, 397.

bred in the, 19, 691. Bodkin, with a bare, 136.

of manhood, 408. Body, absent from the, 508.

of my bones, 812. absent in, 815.

of thy bone, 784. blameless mind and faultless, 312.

wasted to skin and, 784. cleanness of, 170.

Bones are coral made, of his, 42. clog of his, 221.

canonized, 130. demd damp moist, 652.

cursed be he that moves my,

163. distressed in muind or estate, 850.

for bacon, broken, 791, enough to cover his mind, not, 460. full of dead men's, 841. eye is the light of the, 838.

good oft interred with their, 113. filled and vacant mind, 92.

his honoured, 251. form doth take, of the soul, 29.

made no more, 784. is under hatches, 436.

misery woru him to the, 108. lodged a mighty mind, whose, 338. mutine in a matron's, 140. mind, or estate, 850.

paste and cover to our, 82. nature is, whose, 316.

rattle his, over the stones, 683. nought cared this, 503.

tell all my, I may,

819, of the time, very age and, 137.

to lay his weary, among ye, 100. one of a lean, 221.

to sit in my, 461, pent, here in the, 497.

weave thread with, 75. presence of, 509.

whose dice were human, 555. sickness-broken, 221.

with aches, fill all thy, 42. 80 young with so old a head, 64. Bonny Doon, banks and braes of, 452. sprang at once to the height, the, 649. Bononcini, compared to, 351. thought, almost say her, 177.

Booby son, father craves a, 310. to that pleasant country's earth, his, mother who'd give her, 318. 82.

Book, adversary had written a, 817. with my, I thee worship, 851.

all the world knows me in my, 778. Body's guest, go soul the, 25.

and heart must never part, 686. Bog or steep, o'er, 230.

and volume of my brain, 132. Serbonian, 228.

beware of a man of one, 853. Bogs dens and shades of death, 228.

blessed companion is a, 597. unapproachable, 7:22.

containing such vile matter, 107. Boil an egg, the vulgar, 330.

dainties bred in a, 55. like a pot, maketh the deep, 818.

face is as a, 117.

Book, go little, 6.

good kill a man as kill a good, 254.
half a library to make one, 372.
honestly come by, 663.
I'll drown my, 43.
in black or red, 1.
in breeches, Macaulay is a, 461.
in gold clasps, 104.
in sour misfortune's, 108.
is a book, 539.
is the precious life-blood, a, 254.
never read, like a sacred, 181,
no, but has something good, 748, 788.
note it in a, 834.
of fate, heaven hides the, 315.
of human life, 617.
of knowledge fair, 230.
of nature short of leaves, 585.
of songs and sonnets, 45.
only read perhaps by me, 470.
or iriend, with a religious, 174.
security in an old, 603.
so fairly bound, 107.
so unconning, O little, 6.
what to put first in a, 799.
when a nobleman writes a, 374.
who reads an American, 462.

words printed in a, 817.
Books a university, 580.

and dreams are each a world, 477.
and money placed for show, 215.
are a substantial world, 477.
assume the care of, 310.
authority from others', 54.
by which the printers lost, 222.
cannot always please, 14.
comments on, 779.
deep versed in, 241.
forefathers had no other, 94.
he comes not in my, 198.
in her mind the wisest, 261.
in the running brooks, 67.
knowing I loved my, 42.
like proverbs, 266.
lineaments of gospel, 23.
men that will make you, 788.
must follow sciences, 168.
next o'er his, 331.
not in your, 50.
of honour razed from the, 161.
of making many, 832.
of nature, 784.
old manners old, 401.
on the soul, I have written three, 615.
or work or healthful play, 302.
our forefathers had no other, 94.
philosophers will put their names to

their, 188.
preserved and stored up in, 254.
some are lies, 16,
some, to be tasted, 168.
speaks about his own, 608.
spectacles of, 277.
stuffed with stoical reasonings, 744.
sweet serenity of, 617.
talismans and spells, 422.
tenets change with, 321.
that nourish all the world, 56.

Books they read, their, 678.

to hold in the hand, 375.
toil o'er, 348.
up and quit your, 466.
upon his head, so many, 457.
were woman's looks, my only, 522.
which are no books, 509.
wiser grow without, 422.

you need, Homer all the, 280.
Bookful blockhead, 325.
Bookish theoric, 149.
Bookmen, you two are, 55.
Boot, appliances and means to, 89.
Booted and spurred, 682.
Bootless bene, good for a, 479.
Boots displace, dares this pair of, 388.

it at one gate, what, 242.
Bo-peep, played at, 202.
Border, let that aye

be
your,

418.
Bore a bright golden flower, 25.

my point, thus I, 84.
the world, him who, 483.

without abuse, 633.
Boreas, blustering railer, 672.
Bores and bored, the, 500,

through his castle wall, 82.
Born, better ne'er been, 494.

better to be lowly, 98.
blessed who ne'er was, 289.
cry for being, 170.
days, in my, 787.
for immortality, 484.
for success, C00.
for the universe, 399.
great, some are, 76.
highest calamity to be, 736.
how happy is he, 174.
in Arcadia, I too was, 793.
in a bower, 581.
in a cellar, 294, 391.
in a wood to be afraid of an owl, 292.
in bed in bed we die, 794.
in better days, 341.
in silent darkness, 39.
in sin, Adam's sons, 190.
in the garret, 552.
knew that before you were, 716.
or taught, happy is he, 174.
poet is made as well as, 179.
so, men are to be, 207.
that ever I was, 133.
to be a slave, 413.
to blush unseen, 385.
to die that were not, 562.
to do, the thing that I was, 39.
to inquire after truth, 778.
to set it right, 133.
to the manner, 130.

under a rhyming planet, 54.
Borne, and yet must bear, 566.

away with every breath, 554.
down by the flying, 489.
his faculties so meek, 118.

like thy bubbles, onward, 547.
Borrow the name of the world, to, 166.

to beg or to, 279.
Borrowed things, disguisirg, 779.

wit, wings of, 200.

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