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Chapter of accidents, 353.

to the end of the, 773.
Character dead at every word, 442.

I leave behind me, my, 442.
man that makes a, 311.
most women have no, 321.
of a Cynic, 746.
of Hamlet left out, 494.

wholesome for the, 661. Characters from high life, 320.

high, cries one, 257.
in dust, write the, 494.

of hell to trace, 383.
Characteristic of the present age, 607.
Charge Chester charge, 490.

compulsive ardour gives the, 110.
if it be in his, 2.
in peace, a, 273.
is prepared, the, 318.
to keep I have, 672.

with all thy chivalry, 515.
Charges, die to save, 188.
Chariest maid is prodigal enough, 129.
Chariot, the flying, 424.
Chariots, brazen, raged, 236.
Charitable intents, wicked or, 130.

speeches, leave it to men's, 170. Charities that soothe, 481. Charity, all mankind's concern is, 318.

covers multitudes of sins, 819.
envieth not, 815.
faith hope, 815.
for all, malice towards none, 622.
give him a little earth for, 100.
greatest of these is, 845.
hand open as day for melting, 30.
nothing if I have not, 815.
pity gave ere, began, 396.
rarity of Christian, 586.
suffereth long, 815.
to all mankind, 458.

vaunteth not itself, 845.
Charlatan, defamed by every, 633.
Charles the First had his Cromwell, 429.
Charles, gentle-hearted, 501.
Charm ache with air, 53.

blest with that, 455.
can soothe her melancholy, what, 403.
from the skies, 568.
in melancholy, such a, 456.
mutter and mock a broken, 500.
no, can tame, 670.
no more, till life can, 390.
no need of a remoter, 467.
nor witch hath power to, 127.
of earliest birds, 233.
of poetry and love, 486.
one native, 398.
that lulls to sleep, 402.
the air, I'll, 123.

to stay the morning star, 501. Charms divine, a heaven of, 343.

freedom has a thousand, 414.
her modesty concealed, 356.
music hath, 291.
or ear or sight, 502.
solitude where are the, 416.
strike the sight, 326.

Charmed life, I bear a, 126.

with distant views of happiness, 181. with the foolish whistling of a name,

262. Charmer, hope the, 513.

sinner it or saint it, 321.

were t'other dear, away, 348. Charmers, hearken to the voice of, 821.

wooing the caress like other, 555. Charming, ever, ever new, 358.

harp of Orpheus not more, 253.
he saw her, 356.
is divine philosophy, 245.
left his voice so, 237.

never so wisely, 821.
Charoba, that wondrous soul, 512.
Chart of true patriotism, 638.
Charter large as the wind, 68.
Chartered libertine, air a, 91.
Charybdis your mother, 64.
Chase big round tears in piteous, 67.

brave employment, 205.

wild-goose, 786.
Chased with more spirit, 62.
Chasms and watery depths, 504.
Chaste and unexpressive sle, 70.

as ice, be thou, 136.
as morning dew, 308.
as the icicle, 103.
as unsunned snow, 159.
to me, if she seem not, 26.

what care I how, she be, 26.
Chasteneth whom he loveth, 848.
Chastises whom most he likes, 289.
Chastity my brother, 244.

of honour, 410.

so dear is saintly, 245.
Chateaux, most beautiful of, 801.
Chatham's language, 419.
Chatterton marvellous boy, 470.
Chaucer, Dan, 28.

I will not lodge thee by, 179.
learned, 179.
that broad famous poet, 173.

with his clasp of things, 620. Cheap defence of nations, 410.

fame then was, 275.

standing as sitting, 292. Cheat, life 't is all a, 276. Cheated, impossible to be, 601.

of feature by dissembling nature, 95.

pleasure of being, 214.
Cheater time, old bald, 178.
Check to loose behaviour, 297.
Checkered paths of joy, 362.
Cheek by joule, 780.

changing, sinking heart, 550).
drew iron tears down Pluto's, 250.
feed on her damask, 76.
he that loves a rosy, 200.
o'er her warm, 382.
of night, hangs upon the, 105.
rose growing on his, 31.
tear down virtue's manly, 424.
that I might touch that, 105.
the roses from your, 378.

upon her hand, 105.
Cheeks, blow winds crack your, 146.

Cheeks, crimson in thy, 109.

Chiefs, scion of, 547. eloquent blood spoke in her, 177. Chief's pride, vain the, 330. famine is in thy, 108.

Chiel 's amang ye takin' notes, 449. make pale my, with care, 199.

Child again, make me a, 668. of sorry grain, 246.

a naked new-born, 438. stain my man' 146.

a simple, draws its breath, 466. Cheer, be of good, 840.

as yet a, nor yet a fool, 327. but not inebriate, 312, 420.

dreads the fire, a burnt, 16. make good, play and, 20.

happy Christian, 534. snall, and great welcoine, 50.

her innocence am 270. Cheers the tar's labour, tobacco, 555. I have seen a curious, 480. Cheer'd with ends of verse, 212.

infirm, fear not then thou, 600. Cheerer of his spirits, 207.

in simplicity a, 335. Cheerful as to-day, to-morrow, 321.

is father of the man, a, 469. at morn he wakes, 394.

is not mine as the first was, 657. countenance, 826.

like a tired, 566. dawn, may-time and the, 474.

listens like a three years', 498. godliness in, 172.

meet nurse for a poetic, 489. hour, God sends a, 252.

of many prayers, 614. ways of men, 230.

of misery, baptized in tears, 427. yesterdays, man of, 481.

of mortality, 434. Cheerly she loves me dearly, 574.

of nature, behold the, 318. Cheese, moon made of green, 19, 771. of our grandmother Eve, 54. Cheese-paring, man made of, 90.

of suffering, 636. Chelsea, dead as, 851.

of the skies, 674. Chequered shade, dancing in the, 248. of Ver, first-born, 199. Cherish and to obey, 851.

room of my absent, 79. heart something to, 617.

Rowland to the dark tower came, 147, life let us, 805.

Shakespeare, fancy's, 249. those hearts that hate thee, 100.

spake as a, 815. to love and to, 850.

spare the rod spoil the, 213, 262. Cherries hang that none may buy, 685. sports of children satisfy the, 394. those, fairly do enclose, 685.

to have a thankless, 146. Cherry, like to a double, 58.

train up a, 827. ripe, ripe, ripe, I cry, 201.

what constitutes a, 744. ripe themselves do cry, 685.

when I was a, 845. three bites of a, 773.

where is my, 550. Cherry-isle, there's the land, 201.

wise father knows his own, 62. Cherry-pit, to play with Satan at, 76. Childhood, careless strayer, 381. Cherub, he rode upon a, 818.

eye of, 120. sweet little, 436.

fears a painted devil, 120. Cherubs and on cherubims, 23.

fleeted by, how my, 595. Cherubim, heaven's, 118.

give me my, again, 668. Cherubims, on cherubs and on, 23.

in my days of, 509. Cherubin, rose-lipped, 155.

scenes of my, 537. Cherubins, young-eyed, 65.

shows the man, 241. Chest of drawers by day, 397.

there was a place in, 583. Chester charge on Stanley on, 490.

womanhood and, fleet, 614. Cheveril consciences, 193.

Childhood's hour, from, 526. Chew the cud and are silent, 410.

Childish days, sweet, 470. Chewed and digested, books to be, 168. ignorance, it was a, 583. Chewing the food of fancy, 71.

tears, eyes are dim with, 471. Chi fa ingiuria non perdona mai, 275. things, I put away, 845. Chian strand, on the, 503.

treble, turning again toward, 69. Chicken and champagne, 350.

Childishness, second, 69. she's no, 292.

Childless with all her children, 321. Chickens, all my pretty, 124.

Childlike and bland, 669. come home to roost, 606.

Children, airy hopes my, 480. count their, ere they are hatched, 214, and fools cannot lie, 15. 791.

as gypsies serve stolen, 441. curses are like young, 606.

bright and agreeable, 746. hen gathereth her, 841.

call her blessed, 829. Chief among the blessed three, 611.

childless with all her, 321. a rod, wit 's a feather a, 319.

father's sin upon the, 699. hail to the, 491.

fear in, increased with tales, 164. octogenarian, the, 545.

fear to go in the dark, 164. of a thousand for grace, 682.

followed with endearing wile, 397. Chiefs in bloody fights, 337.

gathering pebbles, 241.

Children, impediments to great enter- | Choler, aggravate your, 89. prises, 105.

Choose a firm cloud, 321. learn to creep, 15.

an author as you choose a friend, 278. like olive plants, 824.

love by another's eyes, 57. mother who talks about her, C08.

not alone a proper mate, 417. nature fits all her, 050.

thine own time, 433. nine small, 687.

where to, their place, 240. no longer any, 798.

which of the two to, 298. of a larger growth, 275.

Choosers, beggars must be no, 14, 197. of an idle brain, 105.

Choosing and beginning late, 238. of light, 812.

Chord in melancholy, 584. of one family fall out, 302.

in unison is touched, 422. of the brain, books the, 291.

smote the, of self, 625. of the sun, 311.

Chords, smote on all the, 625. of this world, 812.

that vibrate sweetest pleasure, 452. Rachel weeping for her, 838.

Chorus, landlord's laugh was ready, 451. sports of, 391.

Chorus-note, the fisher's, 674. tale which holdeth, from play, 31. Chosen, but few are, 810. through the mirthful maze, led, 395. the less is to be, 7. to liberal studies, 729.

Christ, gave his soul unto his captain, 82. toys to the great, leave, 357.

it is a goodly sight to see, 540. wisdom justified of her, 839.

ring in the, 633. wives and grandsires, 804.

that it were possible, ah, 631. Children's teeth set on edge, 835.

to live is, 817. Chill November's surly blast, 446.

went agin war an' pillage, 659. penury, 381.

Christian charity, rarity of, 586. Chills the lap of May, 394.

child, a happy, 531. Chimera, what a, is man, 799.

days, in these, 534. Chimæras dire, Hydras and, 228.

dupe, gamester, 388. Chime, bells do, 205.

faithful man, as I am a, 96. faintly as tolls the evening, 518.

ground, every vice on, 332. heard their soothing, 523.

is God Almighty's gentleman, a, 268. to guide their, 202.

is the highest style of man, a, 308. Chimes at midnight, 90.

perfectly like a, 336. Chimney in my father's house, 91.

thou persuadest me to be a, 844. stockings were hung by the, 527. Christians agree in essential articles, 370. Chimney-corner, men from the, 34.

good, good citizens, 529. Chimney-pots, what tiles and, 511.

have burnt each other, 556. Chimney-sweepers come to dust, 100. love one another, how these, 756. Chin, close-buttoned to the, 4:22.

of the best edition, 772. dimple on his, 31.

what these, are, 62. new-reaped like a stubble-land, 83. Christianity was muscular, his, 609. some bee had stung, 256.

Christ-like for sin to grieve, 793. China fall, though, 322.

Christmas comes but once a year, 20. to Peru, mankind from, 365, 403.

desire a rose at, 54. Chinee, the heathen, 669.

't was the night before, 527. Chink, importunate, 410.

Chronicle small beer, 151. Chinks of her body, 221.

Chronicles, look in the, 72. shall have the, 105.

Chronicler, such an honest, 101. that time has made, 221, 456.

of the time, 131. Chip of the old block, 412.

Chrononhotonthologos, 285. Chisel trace, ne'er did Grecian, 190. Chrysippus, books of, 705. Chivalry, age of, is gone, 410.

sophism of, 705. beauty and her, 542.

Chrysolite, one entire and perfect, 156. charge with all thy, 515.

Chuck, be innocent dearest, 121. Spain's, 560.

Chuckle, make one's fancy, 266. Choice and master spirits, 112.

Church army physic law, 424. feast, light and, 252.

built God a, 415. goes by forever, 657.

by daylight, can see a, 50. Hobson's, 857.

forgotten the inside of a, 86. in rotten apples, there 's small, 72. Church, plain as way to parish, 68. life's business being the terrible, 65. seed of the, 756. of difficulties, 673.

to be of no, is dangerous, 369. of loss, rather makes, 158.

where bells have knolled to, 68. word and measured phrase, 470.

where God built a, 770. Choicely good, old-fashioned but, 208. who builds to God a, 322. Choirs, bare ruined, 162.

without a bishop, 588. Choleric word in the captain, 48.

Churches, chapels had been, Go.

Churches, the scab of, 175.

with spire steeples, 501.
Church-door, wide as a, 107.
Church-going bell, 416.
Churchyard mould, 585.

stone, some beneath the, 595.
thing, a palsy-stricken, 575.
Churchyards yawn, when, 139.
Churl, chall-threshing, 790.
Churlish, the reply, 72.
Chymist, fiddler statesman, 268.
Cicero, Demosthenes or, 159.
Cigar, give me a, 555.
Cimmerian darkness, 513.
Cincinnatus ploughing in his field, 719.
Cinders ashes dust, 574.
Cimamon, tinct with, 575.
Cipher too, he could write and, 397.
Circle of the golden year, 625.

spreads, the desert, 507.
swinging round the, 678.

within that, none durst walk, 275.
Circled orb, changes in her, 106.
Circ is Elysium, within whose, 94.

runs the great, 420.
Circulating library, 440.
Circumcised dog, 157.
Circumlocution office, 652.
Circumstance allows, best his, 307.

breasts the blows of, 633.
creature of, 608.
lie with, 72.
of glorious war, 154.

slave of, and impulse, 554.
Circumstances alter cases, 580.

creatures of men, 608.
discordant harmony of, 409.
fortuitous, 491.

over which I have no control, 463.
Circumvent God, one that would, 143.
Cistern, wheel broken at the, 831.
Citadel, towered, 158.

winged sea-girt, 511.
Cities, crowded, wail its stroke, 562.

far from gay, 315.
huin of human, 513.
remote from, lived a swain, 318.
seven, warred for Homer, 189, 194.

towered, please us, 249.
Citizen of the world, 605, 739, 764.
Citizens before man made us, 657.

fat and greasy, 67.

good Christians good, 529.
City, better than he that taketh a, 827.

Cain the first, made, 261.
long in populous, pent, 239.
of the great king, 820.
of the soul, Rome the, 546.

that is set on an hill, 838.
City's ancient legend, 626.
Civet, give me an ounce of, 148.

in the room, talk with, 415.
Civil diacord, effects from, 299.

over violent or over, 268.
sea grew, at her song, 57.
80, that nobody thanked him, 373.

too, by half, 10.
Civilities of life, the sweet, 273.

Civility, I see a wild, 201,
Civilized man, founders of, 608.
Clad in blue and gold, 436.

in complete steel, 244.

in russet mantle, 127.
Claes, gars auld, +17.
Claim higher, Bourbon or Nassau, 288.
Claims of long descent, C24.
Clamours, Jove's dread, 151.
Clap of thunder in a fair day, 266.
Clapper-clawing one another, 213.
Claret is the liquor for boys, 374.
Clarion, sound sound the, 193.

spring shall blow her, 505.
Clasp his teeth, drunkard, 31.

of things divine, 620.
Clasps, that book in gold, 101.
Classic ground, 299.
Classical quotation, 374.
Clay, blind his soul with, 630.

Casar dead and turned to, 14.
if, could think, 183.
of humankind, porcelain, 277.
porcelain of human, 553.
potter power over the, 8H.
tenement of, 207.

turf that wraps their, 390.
Clean, keep, be as fruit, 261,
Cleanliness next to godliness, 359.
Cleanly, leave sack and live, 88.
Cleanness of body, 170.
Cleanse the stuffed bosom, 125.
Clear as a whistle, 351,

deep yet, 257.
fire and a clean hearth, 508.
in his great office, 118.

the coast was, 10.
Clearer than the noonday, 816.
Cleon dwelleth in a palace, 653.

hath million acres, 653.
Cleopatra died, since, 158.

nose of, 799.
Clergymen, men women and, 461.
Clerk foredooined, 326.

me no clerks, 861.
scarce less illustrious, 416.

ther was of Oxenforde, 1.
Clerks, greatest not the wisest, 3, 17.
Clever, let who will be, 664.

man by nature, 457.

men are good, 578.
Clicked behind the door, 397.
Clients, nest-eggs to make, 215.
Cliff, as some tall, 297.
Cliffs rent asunder, like, 500.
Climate, cold, or years, 238.
Climb, fain would I, 26.

how hard it is to, 428.

not a tall, 26.
Climber upward turns his face, 111.
Climbing sorrow, down thou, 146.
Clime, cold in blood, cold in, 519.

Crusaders from some infernal, 635.
deeds done in their, 549.
in every, adored, 334.
in every age and, 319.
in some brighter, 433.
in the eastern, 234.

Clime, our tongue is known in every, | Clouds, dropped down from the, 86.
005.

dropping from the, 356.
soft as her, 554.

he that regardeth the, 831.
to make a happy fireside, 449.

heavily in, brings the day, 297.
to ravage all the, 428.

hooded like friars, 613.
Climes beyond the western main, 395. I saw two, at morning, 677.
cloudless, and starry skies, 551.

impregus the, 233.
humours turn with, 321.

looks in the, 111.
Clink of hammers, 23.

never king dropped out of the, 196.
Clip an angel's wings, 574.

no more through rolling, 539.
Cloaca of uncertainty, 70.

of glory, trailing, 477.
Cloak, martial, around him, 563.

peaks most wrapt in, 513.
not alone my inky, 127.

play i' the plighted, 2H.
take thy old, about thee, 406.

robe of, throne of rocks, 553.
Cloaked from head to foot, 632.

rolling, are spread, 397.
Clock, like the finger of a, 420.

sees God in, 315.
long hour by Shrewsbury, 88.

sit in the, and mock us, 89.
the varnished, 397.

smiles the, away, 550.
worn out with eating time, 276.

spots and, in the sun, 189.
Clod, to become a kneaded, 18.

that gather round the setting sun,
Clog of his body, 221.

478.
Cloistered virtue, fugitive and, 254.

that loured upon our house, 95.
Close against the sky, 583.

that shed May flowers, 233.
love that never found his, 625.

thy, dispel all other, 504.
of the day, at the, 428.

warriors fought upon the, 112.
our souls sit, 274.

Cloud-capped towers, 43.
the shutters fast, 420.

Cloudless clear and beautiful, 553.
the wall up with our English dead, 91. Clouted brogues, 100.

up his eyes and draw the curtain, 94. shoon, 215.
Close-buttoned to the chin, 4:22.

Cloy the hungry edge of appetite, 81.
Closeness, all dedicated to, 42.

Cloyless sauce, sharpen with, 157.
Close-shorn sheep, 206.

Clubs typical of strife, 420.
Closet, do very well in a, 353.

Cluster, woes, 308.
Cloth, cut my coat after my, 12.

Clutch the golden keys, 633.
to us, meat drink and, 773.

thee, come let me,

119.
Clothe a man with rags, 828.

Coach and six, 855.
my naked villany, 96.

come my, 142.
Clothed and in his right mind, 841.

fly of the, 797.
in black or red, 1.

go call a, 285.
in sorrow's dark array, 802.

O for a, ye gods, 285.
Clothes, brushers of noblemen's, 171. Coach-house, a double, 507.
meat fire and, 322.

Coachmakers, the fairies', 104.
through tattered, 148.

Coal and salt, mines for, 503.
up he rose and donned his, 142.

Coals of fire on his head, 828, 844.
wantonness in, 201.

Coarse, familiar but not, 309.
when he put on his, 400.

Coast, stern and rock-bound, 569.
Clothing the palpable and familiar, 504. to reach the distant, 416.
Cloud, a fast-flying, 561.

was clear, the, 40.
by day, 813.

Coat, after my cloth cut my, 12.
choose a firm, 321.

buttoned down before, 596.
in shape of a camel, 139.

herald's, without sleeves, 87.
joy the luminous, 502.

of many colours, 813.
like a man's hand, 815.

riband to stick in his, 646.
nature is a mutable, 601.

Coats, glittering in golden, 86.
of witnesses, 848.

hole in a' your, 19.
out of the sea, 815.

Cobham, brave, 321.
overcome us like a summer's, 122. Cobwebs, laws are like, 757.
sable, 243.

out of my eyes, 790).
sits in a foggy, 123.

Cock, early village, 97.
so fades a summer, 434.

on his own dunghill, 14, 710.
sun will pierce the thickest, 650.

on the crowing of the, 127.
that's dragonish, 158.

this is a, 788.
through a fleecy, 250.

Cocks that will kill fighting, 734.
thrown on with a pitchfork, 292. Cockloft is empty, often the, 222, 772.
which wraps the present hour, 380. Cockle hat and staff, 405.
with silver lining, 243.

Cockles of the heart, 853.
Clouds and changing skies, 573.

Code, shrines to no, 562.
castles in the, 357.

Codeless myriad of precedent, 627.

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