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Great glorious and free, 522.

Grecian Venus, the, 378.
good and, 299.

Greece, Achilles wrath to, 336.
guns, blew, 436.

Athens, the eye of, 241.
Hall, contentions of the, 592.

beauties of exulting, 356.
ill can he rule the, 29.

boasts her Homer, 271.
important day, 297.

but living Greece no more,

548.
in mouths of wisest censure, 152.

fair, sad relic, of departed worth, 541.
in villany, thou little valiant, 79.

fulmined over, 241.
is Diana of the Ephesians, 843.

glory that was, 640.
is truth and mighty, 836.

in early, she sung, 390.
let me call him, 311.

ieles of, the, 557.
lord of all things, 317.

John Naps of, 72.
lords' stories, 154.

might still be free, 557.
man's memory outlive his life, 138.

most power of any in, 723.
many a small maketh a, 5, 15.

we give our shining blades, to, 525.
men not always wise, 817.

Greedy of filthy lucre, 847.
none unhappy but the, 301, 310. Greek, above all, 329.
nothing, achieved without enthusiasm, come in Latin or in, 220.
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or Roman name, above any, 267.
of old, worship of the, 554.

small Latin and less, 179.
ones, ceremony to, 47.

't is known he could speak, 210.
ones eat up the little ones,

161.

to me, 't was, 111.
rightly to be, 142.

Greeks, heaven doomed, 344.
shade of that which once was, 471. in common, all the, 698.
some are born, 76.

joined Greeks, when, 281,
some must be, 421.

Green and yellow melancholy, 76.
souls are portions, 656.

bay-tree, like a, 819.
taskmaster's eye, 252.

be the turf above thee, 562.
there is no small no, 601.

dry smooth-shaven, 250.
things with small, compare,

230.

grassy turf, 428.
though fallen, 541.

graves of your sires, 561.
thoughts great feelings, 634.

in judgment, when I was, 157.
to be, is to be misunderstood, 601. in youth, 338.
to Him no high no low, no, 316.

keep his memory, 519.
to little man, things, 394.

keep their vigil on the, 635.
truths are portions, 656.

leaves on a thick tree, 338.
twin brethren, 593.

mantle, 147.
unhappy, none think the, 310.

memory be, 127.
vulgar and the small, 202.

night, golden lamps in a, 262.
whatever was little seemed 591.

old age, 276.
who are truly good are truly, 37.

one red, making the, 120.
who is what he is, he is, 602.

pastures, lie down in, 819.
wits allied to madness, 267.

thy leaf has perished in the, 633.
wits will jump, 378.

thought in a green shade, 263.
Greater feeling to the worse, 81.

tree, things done in a, 812.
love hath no man, 843.

Green-eyed monster, 153.
than the king himself, 364.

Greenhouse too, loves a, 420.
Greatest clerks not the wisest men, 3. Greenland's icy mountains, 536.

happiness of the greatest number, 856. Green-robed senators, 575.
love of life, 432.

Greenwood tree, under the, 67.
men, the world knows nothing of its, Gregory remember thy swashing blow,
59.

104.
of faults to be conscious of none, 579. Greetings where no kindness is, 468.
only are, as the, 627.

Greta woods are green, 492.
scandal on greater state, 161.

Gretest gentilman, take him for the, 4.
whose ends will make him, 37.

Grew in beauty side by side, 570.
Greatness and goodness, 502.

together like to a double cherry, 58.
eternal substance of his, 198.

Grey mare the better horse, 17.
far stretched, 27.

Greyhound mongrel grim, 148.
farewell to all my, 99.

Greyhounds in the slips, 91.
highest point of all my, 99.

Grief and pain naught but, 446.
if honour gives, 436.

bravery of his, 145.
is a-ripening his, 99.

canker and the, are mine, 555.
of his name, 101.

crowned with consolation, 157.
on goodness loves to slide, 267.

days of my distracting, 392.
some achieve, 76.

every one can master a, 51.
thrust upon 'em, some have, 76.

fills the room up of my absent child,
Grecian chisel trace, ne'er did, 490.

79.

Grief for boys, 160.

Groans, thy old, ring yet in my ears, 106.
gave his father, 335.

Groaning ever for the past, 651.
hath known, all that, 606.

Groined the aisles of Christian Rome,
is past, the, 674.

598.
is proud, 79.

Grooms and porters on the bridge, 626.
lies onward, my,
161.

Grooves of change, ringing, 626.
no greater, 769.

Grose, his name was, 559.
of a wound, 87.

Gross and scope of my opinion, 126.
only time for, 585.

ear can hear, things that no, 245.
past help should be past, 77.

Grossness, by losing all its, 410.
patience on a monument smiling at, Ground, acre of barren, 42.
76.

another man's, 45.
perked up in a glistering, 98.

as water spilt on the, 815.
plague of sighing and, 85.

call it holy, 570.
silent manliness of, 398.

every vice on Christian, 332.
spite of all my, revealing, 689.

fathom-line could never touch, 84.
tears his heart, 341.

gently kissed the, 313.
that does not speak, 124.

haunted holy, 541.
treads upon the heels, 295.

herbe that growes on, 28.
which they themselves not feel, 53. I live a burden to the, 340.
with proverbs, patch, 53.

least willing to quit the, 432.
Griefs, griping, 404.

let us sit upon the, 82.
some, are medicinable, 159.

no slave to till my, 418.
that harass the distrest, 366.

low sitting on the, 28.
what private, they have, 114.

my tail go to the, 10.
Grievances, repeat no, 398.

not upon dreams, 172.
Grieve his heart, show his eyes and, 123. of nature, solid, 485.
make the judicious, 137.

purple all the, 247.
yet not repent, to, 444.

seem to tread on classic, 299.
Grieves, if aught inanimate e'er, 513. temple and tower went to the, 252.
Grieved, we sighed we, 262.

withering on the, 338.
Griffith, honest chronicler as, 101, Grounded on just and right, 238.
Grim death, 194, 229.

Groundlings, ears of the, 137.
feature, scented the, 239.

Grove, his name was printed, 559.
repose, hushed in, 383.

nightingale's song in the, 428.
Grimes is dead, old, 596.

of Academe, the olive, 241.
Grim-visaged war, 95.

of myrtles, 175.
Grin, one universal, 362.

Groves are of laurel and myrtle, 803.
owned with a, 507.

fountain heads and pathless, 184.
sin to sit and, 635.

frequenting sacred, 221.
80 merry, every, 431.

God's first temples, 573.
the devil did, 501.

Grow dimn with age, the sun, 299.
vanquish Berkeley by a, 380.

double, surely you 'll, 400.
Grind, axe to, 528.

learning wiser, 422.
one demd horrid, 652.

old, always find time to, 312.
slowly, mills of God, 793.

to what they seem, 395.
the faces of the poor, 833.

wiser and better, 670.
the poor, laws, 395.

Growing when ye 're sleeping, 495.
Grinders cease because they are few, 831. Grown by what it fed on, 128.
Grindstone, noses to the, 11, 172, 191, so great, he is, 110.
360.

Grownd, herbe that growes on, 28.
Grinned horrible, death, 229.

Grows old and fat, 84.
Grinning, mock your own, 144.

with his growth, 317.
Grip, where ye feel your honour, 448. Growth, children of a larger, 275.
Gripe, barren sceptre in my, 121.

confidence a plant of slow, 364.
of noose, necks to, 440.

man is the nobler, 433.
Griping griefs, 404.

man seems the only, 394.
Grisly terror, so spake the, 229.

of mother earth, 468.
Gristle, people in the, 408.

Grub, joiner squirrel or old, 104.
Grizzled, his beard was, 129.

Grudge, feed fat the ancient, 61.
his hair just, 276.

the throe, never, 649.
Groan, anguish poured his, 366.

Grundy say, what will Mrs., 457.
bubbling, sinks with, 547.

Grunt and sweat, 136.
condemned alike to, 381.

Guard dies never surrenders, 810.
nor sigh nor, 183.

me with a watchful eye, 300.
the knell the pall the, 562.

our native seas, 514.
Groans of the dying, 489.

our spoons, from whom we, 593.
sovereign of sighs and, 55.

thy bed, holy angels, 302.

Guardian angel o'er his life, 455.

angels sung the strain, 358.

on the tower, the, 655.
Guardians of the fair, eunuchs, 310.
Gude nicht and joy be wi' you, 458.

time coming, 493.
Gudeman 's awa', when our, 427.
Gudgeon, this fool, 60.
Gudgeons, to swallow, 214.
Guerdon, the fair, 247.
Guesseth but in part, he, 503.
Guest, keen, fits a dull fighter, 87.

speed the going, 328.
speed the parting, 328, 346.

the soul the body's, 25.
Guests in the depths of hell, 825.
Guid to be honest and true, 450.

to be merry and wise, 450.
Guide in smoke and flame, 193.

mine equal my, 820,
my companion my, 851.
my lonely way, 402.
philosopher and friend, 320.
providence their, 240.

till judgment, 102.
Guides, blind, 840.

the planets in their course, 456.
Guilded shore, 63.
Guile, lips from speaking, 819.
Guilt away, wash her, 403.

can look on, 297,
is in that heart, I ask not if, 522.
of Eastern kings, 258.
so full of artless jealousy is, 142.
those who fear not, 413.

to cover, the only art her, 403.
Guiltier than him they try, 17.
Guilty consciences make cowards, 691.

man escape, let no, 664.
mind, suspicion haunts the, 95.
of his own leath, 113.
of such a ballad, 54.
thing, started like a, 126.
thing surprised, 478.

wealth, his genuine and less, 257.
Guinea, jingling of the, 626.

within the compass of a, 536.
Guinea's stamp, rank is but the, 452.
Guitar, touched his, 581.
Gulf profound, 228.
Gulled, if the world will be, 192.
Gum, medicinal, 157.
Gun, certain as a, 211.

never lost an English, 628.
shot out of an elder, 92.

sure as a, 277, 786.
Guns, but for these vile, 83.

though winds blew great, 436.
Gust hath blown his fill, the, 250.
Gusty thieves, 585.
Guy, county, the hour is nigh, 494.
Gypsies, pilfers like, 413.

serve stolen children, as, 441.
Gypsying, days when we went, 683.
Gyves, as if they had, 87.
Habeas corpus, protection of, 435.
Habit, apparelled in more precious, 53.

Habit, costly thy, 130.

increased by actions, 745.
is second nature, 779.
powerful is the empire of, 709.

use doth breed a, in a man,
Habits devil is angel yet in this, 141.

ill, gather by unseen degrees, 274.
of peace and patience, 207.

small, well pursued, 437.
Habitable world, look round the, 274.
Habitants, converse with heavenly, 245.
Habitation, giddy and unsure, 89.

local, and a name, 59.
Habitual, practise what you would make,

745.
Had we never loved sae kindly, 452.
Hades, descent to, 759.

no one goes to, with his wealth, 691.
Haggard, if I do prove her, 153.
Hags, black and midnight, 123.
Hail Columbia happy land, 465.

fellow well met, 290.
holy light, 230.
horrors, 223,
the rising sun, let others, 387.
to the chief, 491.
unless God send his, 613.

wedded love, 231.
Hails you Tom or Jack, 423.
Hair, amber-dropping, 246.

as free, robes loosely flowing, 178.
beauty draws us with a single, 274,

326.
been lives, had all his, 156.
distinguish and divide a, 210.
each particular, stand an end, 131.
every, a soul doth bind, 274.
flaming meteor shone for, 261.
girl-graduates in their golden, 629.
just grizzled, 276.
loose his beard and hoary, 383.
man that coloured his, 732.
most resplendent, 483.
my fell of, 125.
ninth part of a, 85.
of a woman, one, 191.
of the same dog, 16.
on end at his own wonders, 420.
sacred, dissever, 326.
shakes pestilence, his horrid, 229.
single, casts its shadow, 709.
streamed like a meteor, 383.
strung with his, 56.
tangles of Neæra's, 247.
transfigures its golden, 657.
trimmed in silenco, 731.
would rouse and stir, 125.

wisdom is the gray, 836.
Hairs, bring down my gray, 813.

of your head all numbered, 839.
superfluity comes sooner by white, GO.

were silver-white, 589.
Hair-breadth 'scapes, 150.
Hairs-breadth of time, 750, 753.
Hal, no more of that, 85.
Halcyon days, 93.
Half broken-hearted, 539.

dust half deity, 554.

Half exceeds the whole, 693, 758.

hidden from the eye, 469.
his Troy was burnt, 88.
in shade and half in sun, 523.
knows everything, 593.
made up, 95.
my better, 34.
our knowledge we snatch, 320.
part of a blessed man, 78.
slave and half free, 622.
so good a grace, 47.
the creeds, faith in, 033.
the world knoweth not how the other

half liveth, 771.
too civil by, 40.
Half-brother of the world, 651.
Hali-gods go, when, 599.
Halfpenny loaves for a penny, 94.
Half-pennyworth of bread, 85.
Half-shirt is two napkins, 87.
Half-shut eye, before the, 357.

eyes, sees with his, 326.
Hali-world, now o'er the one, 119.
Hall, Douglas in his, 49.

merry in, where beards wag all, 21.
merry swythe it is in, 21.

or bower, never heard in, 243.
Halls, dwelt in marble, 561.

of dazzling light, 678.

of death, the silent, 572.
Halloing and singing of anthems, 88.
Halloo your name, 75.
Hallowed is the time, 127.

relics should be hid, 251,
Halt between two opinions, 815.

to learn to, 729.
Halter draw, felt the, 440.

in hope one will cut the, 222.
now titted the, 288.

threats of a, 136.
Halves, I'll go his, 772.
Hamlet at the close of the day, 428.

king father, I'll call thee, 130.
now the king drinks to, 145.
rude forefathers of the, 384.
tragedy of, with the prince of Den.

mark being left out, 494.
Hammer, no sound of, 421.

nor axe, neither, 815.
smith stand with his, 80.

your iron when it is hot, 709.
Hammers, aprons rules and, 159.

closing rivets up, 92, 296.

no, fell, 535.
Hampden, some village, 385.
Hand, adore the, 289.

against every man, 812.
and glove, 413.
and heart, I give my, 530.
and heart open and free, 102.
angry wafture of your, 112.
bird in the, 15, 710.
books to hold in the, 375.
cheek upon her, 105.
cloud like a man's, 815.
eager heart the kindlier, (33.
findeth to do do it, 831.
foot and, go cold, 23.

Hand for hand foot for foot, 813.

forget her cunning, 824.
freeman with unpurchased, 636.
glove upon that, 105.
handle toward my, 119.
has brushed them, no friendly, 296.
her 'prentice, 416.
his red right, 227.
hold a fire in his, 81.
I argue not against heaven's, 252.
imposition of a mightier, 590.
in hand, 50, 240, 362, 787.
in thy right, carry gentle peace, 100.
led by the Almighty's, 261.
length of days in her right, 825.
let not thy left, know, 838.
licks the, just raised, 315.
lifted in awe, 311.
like the dyer's, 163.
may no rude, deface it, 469.
misery is at, 709.
morn with rosy, 235.
mortality's strong, 80.
nature's sweet and cunning, 74.
not able to taste, 58.
of little employment, 143.
of war, 81.
open as day for melting charity, 90.
put in every honest, a whip, 155.
riches and honour in her left, 825.
Satan was now at, 228.
sweet Roman, 76.
sweeten this little, 124.
sworu foe to tyrants, 459.
that dealt the blow, 514.
that fed them, bite the, 411.
that gave the blow, 277.
that gives the blow, 289.
that hath made you fair, 49.
that made us is divine, 300.
that rounded Peter's dome, 598.
then join in, 426.
thunder in his lifted, 267.
time has laid his, gently, 617.
time with reckless, 617.
time's devouring, 352.
to execute, 255, 430.
to take occasion by the, 623
touch of a vanished, 627.
unblessed thy, 316.
upon a woman, man that lays his, 163.
upon many a heart, 616.
upon the ark, to lay their, 418.
upon the ocean's mane, 588.
upon thy mane, 548.
wash this blood from my, 120.
waved her lily, 348.
whatsoever thou takest in, 837.
white wonder of dear Juliet's, 108.
with my heart in 't, 43.
withhold not thine, 831.
wrenched with an unlineal, 121.
writ by God's own, 310.

you cannot see, 314.
Hands are the hands of Esau, 813.

by angel, 574.
by foreign, 335.
death lays his icy, 209.

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Hands, entire affection hateth nicer, 27.

establish the work of our, 822.
fatal, their, 229.
former times shake, 212.
from picking and stealing, 850.
hath not a Jew, 63.
little folding of the, 825.
many, make light work, 17.
mischief for idle, 302.
mouths without, 273.
never made to tear each other, 302.
not hearts, 155.
of fellowship, the right, 846.
promiscuously applied, 548.
shake, with a king, 563,
that might have swayed, 384.
their knell is rung, by fairy, 389.
then take, 42.
to valour given, 574.
two, upon the breast, 667.
washing with invisible soap, 584.
watch that wants both, 415.
were made before knives, 293.
wings feet, 230.

with his two happy, 31.
Handel's but a ninny, 351.
Handle not taste not, 817.

toward my hand, 119.
Handles, everything bath two, 746.
Handful of meal in a barrel, 815.

of silver, just for a, 646.
Hand-in-glove, were, 293.
Handiwork, showeth his, 819.
Handmaid of justice, truth the, 460.
Hand-saw, hawk from a, 134.
Handsome, everything about him, 53.

in three hundred pounds a year, 46.
is that handsome does, 401.

wee thing, 430.
Handy-dandy, change places and, 148.
Hang a calf's skin, 79.

a doubt on, nor loop to, 154.
out our banners, 125.
sorrow care will kill a cat, 177.
the pensive head, 248.
themselves in hope one will come and

cut the halter, 222.
together, we must all, 361.
upon his pent-house lid, 116.

us every mother's son, 57.
Hangs a tale, thereby, 68, 73.

his head for shame, 681.
on Dian's temple, 103.
on prince's favours, 29.

upon the cheek of night, 105.
Hanging and marriage go by destiny, 192.

and wiving go by destiny, 10, 63.
his cat on Monday, 856.
in a golden chain, 230.
was the worst use man could be put

to, 175.
Hangman of creation mark, 449.
Hangman's whip, fear o' hell, 448.
Hannibal had mighty virtues, 186.

was a very pretty fellow, 295.
Haphazard, let no act be done at, 751.
Hapless love, pangs of, 367.
Happened once, this could but have, 650.

Happens at all, whatever, happens as it

should, 751.
Happier in the passion we feel, 795.

than I know, feel that I am, 237.

things, remembering, 621.
Happiness below, virtue alone is, 319.

distant views of, 181.
depends as nature shows, 413.
domestic, thou only bliss, 419.
fireside, 455.
glimpse of, saw a, 221.
lies in superfluities, 738.
man's, to do proper things, 755.
of the greatest number, 856.
of the rational animal, 755.
our being's end and aim, 318.
our pastime and our, 477.
produced by a good inn, 372.
pursuit of, 431.
spectacle of human, 462.
that makes the heart afraid, 581.
thought of tender, 476.
through another's eyes, 71.
too familiar, 483.
too swiftly flies, 382.
virtue sufficient for, 760.
was born a twin, 557.

we prize, if solid, 362.
Happy accident, 174, 402, 792.

am I from care I'm free, 689.
as a lover, 476.
because God wills it, 658.
constellations, 238.
could I be with either, 348.
days, a world of, 96.
earthlier, is the rose distilled, 57.
few, we band of brothers, 92.
fields farewell, 223.
for him his father was before him, 203.
he whose name has been well spelt, 559.
he with such a mother, 630.
hills pleasing shade, 381.
is he born or taught, 174.
is the blameless vestal's lot, 333.
little, if I could say how much, 51.
make two lovers, 330.
man be his dole, 46.
man happy dole, 11.
man that hath his quiver full, 824.
man 's without a shirt, 8.
mixtures of happy days, 554.
never so, as we suppose, 794.
pair live while ye may, 233.
soul that all the way, 259.
that have called thee so, 508.
the man and happy he alone, 273.
the man whose wish, 334.
to the unhappy owe, what the, 343.
walks and shades, 239.
was it for that son, 95.
who in his verse, can steer, 799.

why so few marriages are, 291.
Harass the distrest, 366.
Harbinger, spring-time's, 199.
Harbingers of blood and death, 126.

to heaven, 221.
Harbour give, in life did, 178.

years, ah, 541.

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