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we know what we are*......* 499 thrice is hearm'd that hath*.v 219 import yet nobler arts.......13 03

let us, then, be what we a...d 385 arm'd so strong in honesty*.s 198 howe'er concealed by art ...n 343 Argoan-Argoan ships brave...m 440 arm'd at all points*.

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thou art, art surely as in....d 348 Argosy-a's with portly sail*. . f 266 arm'd or with truth or...... 481 nature is but art unknown..n 348 Argue-he could argue still..... 14 Armigero-writes himself a.*...a 178 a. can wash her guilt away..k 474 I argue not against....

........w 112 Armistice-short a. with truth*.9443 only art her guilt to cover...e 359 know me argues yourself... j 206 Armor-arms on a. clashing .....g 458 all those arts in which......p 300 many laws a's so many sins.n 384 no adamantine armor........Y 444 war's glorious art..

i 461 Argument-a knock-down a.. .k 14 no armour against fate........$ 85 weak, if art assist her not ...1166 right with his argument..

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to put his armour off......... all arts are vain...

( 166 found you an argument. in 14 armor on armor shone......m 457 gather admiring works of a..c 411 with an argument, he'll....... 14 Armory-from the a. of God. ...0 458 arts of war and peace...... 2. with men a woman ....... p 14 Army-retire of both your a's*. p 104 ornaments their want of a..w 336 in argument similes are......8 14 an army of good words*...

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poet in his a. must imitate..0 337 for lack of argument*. ( 14 a golden-shielded army

delight of sovereign a. and..r 337 ear-kissing argument* ........ 14 hum of either army*, .k 459

all the arts, great music....d 282. arguments use wagers. ... 15 the army is a school .....k 311

art that nature makes* 1 286 the argument of tyrants

. 287 Arno-to Arno's myrtle border.g 364 is the art of God... than the staple of his a.*....v 481 Aromatic-a rose in a. pain..... 314 stronger far than art.. .6 287 a's and question deep*. aromatic plants bestow no....b 4 not without art..

.1 285 height of this great a.. ..l 348 Arose-when ye a. and went....0173 art with truth

h 403 argument that makes a poem. s 338 Array-in its glory's full array.k 152 life is short, and art long....0 232 Argumentation-in idle a........ 15 comes, in heaven's array...

noble art from Cadmus u 237 Ariadne-to the minuet in A... i 500 battles magnificently stern a. e 457 temperament, and not of a..8401 Arise-lady sweet, arise; arise*..g 16 Arresting-no a. vast wheel of m 423 these mix'd with art.. Aristocracy-are among a......j 216 Arrogance-o, monstrous a.*....0 258 there's no art to find*.......6 265 Ark-to the long laboring ark ... 23 supple knees feed arrogance* c 347 arts victorious triumph'd.. Arm-cross their a's and hang*.w 35 Arrow-shot mine a. o'er the*... 12 arts but soften us to feel ....0 244

arms against a sea of*.......u 72 scattered golden arrow's..... i 278 curious art, the brain. ....m 419 hug it in mine arms*.

darts or poisoned a's were...r 453 giveth grace unto every art..y 192 arms gave shelter to*......... 84

quiver's choice, an arrow...d 456 holiday for art's and.. perfect in the use of arms*...C 460

archers, draw your arrows*. . h 459 art may err, but nature.....r 491 devotion with revengefula's*.h460 some Cupid kills with a's*

mother of a's and eloquence..0494 the arms are fair when*. ..1 460 swifter than a's from the*..hh 498 grace beyond the reach of a..n 183 arms round the parents, d 198 bow is bent, the arrow flies..c117 tender strokes of art.........d 204 the nurse of arms..

m 492 carried me 'mid thick a's...r 117 last and greatest art.........c 300 take thou thy arms..

shot their arrows round.....b 138 arts, in most cruel wise....aa 300 arms not the gown, priests..l 293 breath, like silver arrows....1377 contempt, for other arts.....n 312 whose arms gave shelter*....b 436

arrows fly of sad distrust....p 259 silence, one of the great a's... 383 arm it in rags, a pigmy's*...y 384 like arrow-heads of gold.

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not art, but nature..........j 440 and his fifty arms so strong.k 438 Art-art of a thing is, first.......c 15 a. so nearly touches nature..f 481 arms full strong and largely.h 439 art is the perfection..........d 15 charm the gloss of all art....c 384 his a's to the far-away lands.a 440 art of reading, as well........e 15 art is long, and time is..... hundred arms the cypress...l 167

action, to any end, is art.... f 15 gift beyond the reach of art.. i 382 owe such straighta's, none*. p 167 perfection of an art consists..h 15 his art with caution...

.8 310 fold thine a's,turn to thy rest.d 362

temple of art is built. j 15 inspires new arts.. rear'd a. crusted the world*. v 367 piety in art

1 15 Artery-makes each petty a.*...h 119 gallant monarch is in arms* e 368

poetry in art

.1 15 spirits in the arteries* spreads its fragrant arms....p 155 puseyism in art.

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. 234 in night's arms is asleep.....l 402 art is power.

.m 15 Article-article at highest rate...k 4 tho' mine a's should conquer.1 452 art is the child of nature.....n 15 Articulate-he should be a.....$ 314 triumph'd o'er our arms....9 452 nature reproduced in art...... 15 Artillery-the a. of words...... 482. arms like yours were fitter..o 456 art in fact is the effort.

heaven's artillery thunder*...$ 72 in arms, the day battle's.... e 457

decorative art is..

.r 15 Artist-depth of the artist's.....g 15 excites us to arms...........p 457 art is nature, made by man .,8 15 two kinds of artist's in....... 15 widow sits upon mine arm..e 450 art is to conceal art .......

..t 15 marks the true artist.........k 15 arms on armor clashing.....g 458 marks the progress of art....u 15 artists may produce.......... 15arm us 'gainst the foe*

art, O man, is thine... v 15 who gave laws to the artist...b 16. arms ye forge another bears.u 119 his art with nature's

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which our artists call snap..le 123 fit arms against a war....... 1 165 nature is the art of God. .d 15 the knowing artist may.. ..u 294 invincible in arms....... j 489 chiefs of elder art..

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..n 312 with his arms outstretch'd*. a 427 no chemic a. can counterfeit. j 67 the artist never dies. ......../ 314 arm thyself for the truth....

...w444 with greatest art he spoke....168 more the artist charms......k 314 flowering lotos spreads its a's.c 438 was almost lost in art.........t 75 essence of an artist is.......$ 314 arm alone ascribe we all*....6 349 art and power will go on.....b 92 thought of the great artist..p 386 stands with arms akimbo... j 324 art a revelation of man..... i 363' Artless-full of a. jealousy is*.

p 215 arm the obdured breast......i 328 princes learn no art truly...e 367 Ascend-ascends with it to God..h 10 nerves the feeble a. for fight..6357 songs of that high art.......i 336 should ascend to heav'n... p 344

a. through every open pane, d 466 tempt the heights of arts....u 336 rounds by which we may a.m 188 Armed-I armed her against..... 38 not a truth has to art or to..a 445 Ascribe-which wea, to heav'n*.k 498

a. without that's innocent. ... 162 in the elder days of art......9301 to thy arın alone, a. we 1*.6 349

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Ash-grained ash an hundred*.0 246 your dull ass will not* ...... 328 in gay attire is seen.........1 245

the ash for nothing ill...... j 433 Assail-hate is mask'd but to a.k 446 oft concealed in mean attire.* 463

the ash her purple drops....d 435 Assent-assent with civil leer...b 343 Attired-blush to see you so 2.* 12 Asha med-not asham'd to fail....18 Assertion-every a. keeps a ....k 332 Attitude-thoughts in a's..

shame is asham'd to sit*....*199 Asseveration-a. blustering .... i 291 Attorney-Do a. but myself*... 463

act that none may feel a .....m 71 | Assiduous-with my a. cries...1 344 attorneys are denied mo...f 303 Ashes-over a few poor ashes.....k 6 Assistance-on other for a. call.d 50 attorneys now an useless.... 349

the ashes of my chance* ......8 44 Assuage-magician can a....... 103 Attorneyship-dealt in by a... À 218 above their ashes pale.......w 85 Assume-vice simple, but a's.*.1 452 Attraction-sublime a. in him..€ 10 the ashes of dead men .......(114 assume a virtue, if you *.... 454 Attractive-sweet a. kind of....a 953 lie lightly on my ashes......c 184 do I assume these royalties..i 367 Attribute-God's best attribute. A 165 from his ashes may be......8 160 shape, or size assume...... f 401 wrought with a's divine!... À 950 e'en in our ashes live.......0285 we must never assume......0 307 a. to awe and majestye...... 253 to the ashes of the just. ..h 220 assume a pleasing shapot... 342 attribute to God bimself.. 253

itself to ashes burn .. 192 Assurance-a. doubly sure*....v 118 God a's to place no sanctity .o 19T Aside-not cast aside so soon*..e 324 plight me the full a.*. .m 258 courage, the mighty a........971 shoves angrily aside...

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assurance given by looks... a 263 Auburn-her hair is auburn*, .. 189 last to lay the old aside .r 76 Aster-a. greets us as we pass..n 133 changed the a. hair to white.p 180 Ask-ask me no questions.......977 withered tufts of a's nod..... 133 Andience-a. for a word or two.p 414

ask what is darkness........8 238 chilly blue of the asters.....n 273 sitting audience looks. .....02893 ask sin of what may be...... 238 the purple aster's nod...

audience into the bargain...@ 294 ask what is happiness. ......$ 238 Astonish-great things a. us....w 77 second day of audience.....t 308 ask what is folly..

$ 238 Astray-one that had been led a.k 275 Audit-how his audit stands*..i 250 ask what is fashion.. .8 238 turn'd astray, is sunshine...s 409 Auger-hole-hid within an 8-b*.s 119 ask what is sweetness....... .8 238 Astronomer-astir, like sage a...g135 Aught-what's a. but as 'tis*....+485 ask of thyself what beauty...8 238 a. rapt in abstraction ........f 297 Augment-seeming to a. it*.....y 43 never ask it you again*. . i 220 at night astronomers agree.h 297 Augur-a's because they were.ec 493 ask God for temperance*....X 417 Astronomy-I have astronomy*.x 251 Augury-we defy augury*......d $49 to shine, it does not ask.....2 443 Asunder-we too are a., let*...w 187 August-crown of all the A. day.a 146 ask him what books he read.h 353 heart and I, so far asunder.m 369 A. days give the richness. ...135 withhold in mercy what we.u344 Até-revenge, with Até by his*.g 459 in the parching August..... 272 a. death-beds; they can tell.w 487 Ate-ate into itself for lack...... 457 sickle men, of A. weary*. ... 295 ask your heart*

.i 379 he ate the ripe apple........ 438 Auriferous-stream a. plays....€ 226 ask them what report.. ...k 379 Atheist-the deist rave, and a..k 357 Aurora-rising with A's light...p337 ask till ye receive... ...aa 331 confound thoa's sophistries.n 437 Aurora bad but newly she that asks her dear........8 168 by night an atheist half. ....c 396 with Aurora playing.. .d 16 all I ask-all I wish—is a tear.e 415 Athenian-that Athenian grace.t 314 shine Aurora's harbinger*.

. 16 a. not of me, love, what is...8 238 Athens-A. the eye of Greece...0 494 Aurora doth with gold... ..16 ask what is good of God

refin'd as ever A. heard......h 63 Aurora drives away ask of the great sun....... .8 238 Athirst-sore athirst for air.... 266 sprang Aurora to her car....a 274 Asking-may be had for the a..g180 I am a. for God, the living...c 180 Austerity-a. and self-denial... 285

never asking, giving........ V 244 Atlantic-the steep A. stream..o 409 Author-old authors to read...... 13 Asleep-fast a.! it is no matter* f 103 Atlas-A., we read in ancient... 403 damn those authors..........75

very houses seem asleep.....h 366 Atmosphere-& golden a........ 33 spirit that its author writ.... 76 in night's arms is asleep....2 402 grow in the cold atmosphere.k 393 the rival of the author.......076 asleep, or, hearing, die*.

atmosphere of dreams.......e 447 forever telling authors ....... 76 kiss the child asleep.....

..0 466 atmosphere breathes rest....k 463 any author in the world ...: 110 Aspect-with a. almost calm .m 140 Atom-single a's each to other..e 286 author of his own disgrace..t 165

form and a. too magnificent.m 441 as easy to count atomies*...$ 246 the mummied authors....... 230 meet in her a. and her eyes. .k 473 to every atom just..........k 321 book-makers, not authors...s 333 sweet aspect of princes*......h94 atoms or systems into ruin..r 348 if our author in the wife...a 204

an aspect more favourable*..z328 Attack-attack is the reaction....a 3 man were author of himself*.c 209 Aspen-bind the aspen ne'er to.t 220 Attainder-all a. of suspects*...f 203 author is but a labyrinth....: 209

the aspine good for staves... j 433 Attained-not a. by sudden....1225 a's whose subjects require..k 209 aspen leaves that wave......f 435 Attempt-by fearing to a.*......j 96 God is its a. and not man...a 281 aspon trees till they tremble.g 435 attempt the end....

authors we talk about....... 237 shivers the a. still dreaming.a 440 that dares love attempt*....j 248 great work for an author... D 407 Asperse-unjustly poets we a..9 337 attempt, and not the deed*..6 499 gives authors an advantage..l 29T Asphodel-yellow meads of a... k 133 with his last a. he wiped*....t 431 sympathy with the author..j 318 Aspiration-a's are my only.... w 169 Attend-another to attend him..(253 once says an author.... . S07 Aspire-a. only to those virtues.h 454 a. my husband, be his nurse*.d 204 outlive their authors...

.2 856 my mind, a. to higher things.p 224 Attendant-brave a's near him*. d 252 a. remaining immortal..... 4 297 Aspiring-let th' a. youth......k 250 Attended-thou a. gloriously...b218 happiness to the fireside a... 297 Ass-egregiously an ass* ........d 88 Attending-softest music to a.*..t246 genius of an a. consisis..... 297

the devil is an ass*.. ........7 92 Attention-a. like harinony*...p 226 wit requisito to make an a... 297 shall be found an ass*

they fix attention, heedless.. i 291 authors suit your topics.....c 298 ass should like an ass.......m 162 attention while I read.......a 306 authors hear at length... f 293 I am an ass, indeed* .........c163 Attentive-obey, and be a.*,

authors knows an a's cases..g 299 make an ass of me*.........h 163 Attic-attic warbler pours...... 23 choose an a. as you choose. 293 asses might upon thee feed. . i 154 the attic bird thrills i 439 if your a. be profoundly..... / 298 preposterous a.I that neverx. 3 283 | Attire-so wild in this attire*..0401 authors stand between..... 298

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a, like an ancient magician.o 298 avarice in the vaults of hell. i 249

B. author is a solitary being... 298 avarice and rapine share....9 450 no author ever spared....... a 299 Ave-Maria-a-m's with our* ...h 460 Babbled-b.of green fields*......083 guides the author's pen.....b 299 number a-m's on his beads*.p 197 Babo-a babe in a house is.....n 55 every a. in some degree.....c 299 Avenge-sting is mortal to a.....275 where the Babo was born .... 57 original modern authors....d 299 Avenger-time, the avenger.... 423 lovely b. unconscious lies...6 279 whatever an author puts....g 299 death its own avenger........494 when judges have been b's.*.j 218 arises from its authors ......k 299 the avengers are advancing..1409 that do teach young babes * k 178 author's lives in general....... 299 Avenging-whom a. pow'rs.....v 164 that, like a testy babe*......k 246 author ever drew ............ 4 299 Avenue-literature is an a. to... 237 there the b that's unborn...o 184 author let us distinguish.... u 300 Avoid-man I should avoid* ....1412 b's and sucklings winged... 443 an author! 'tis a venerable... 300 die in order to avoid ........9 408 sinews of the new born b.*..6 345 gives authors an advantage... 297 what he would most avoid..dd 194 Babel-stir of the great Babel... u 63 a's who affect contempt.....d 298 avoid what is to come*.......8 60 Baby-the b. in his cradle......m 81 not read an author till......b 353 Await-await, with impatience.o 446 baby sleep is pillowed...

....... 391 Pineda quotes more authors. 1 350 Awako-a., arise, or be forever....f 3 sleep, baby sleep....

...u 391 quotations from profane a's n 350 a. endeavour for defence ..... 72 Bacchanal-have its b. verse....l 439

entitles its author to be.....m 444 clamour keep her still a.*.... 258 Bacchus-B. gross in taste*....0 247 Authority-a. must be out......k 16 is soonest a. to the flowers..b 380 B. ever fair and young......d 468

said she had authority ....... 16 awake but one, and lo.......r 261 Bachelor-I would die a b.*.....1 258 authority forgets a dying....m 16 awakel the morning shines..g 436 Back-b. to the same old lives...e 57 some one with authority.

....n 16 Awaked-dreams was still a.*....k 97 back from the village stroot..w 69 authority be a stubborn beario 16 Awaken-they cannot earth a...1 402 back to its mansion call....... 80 no fettering of authority*.

....p 16 Awakened-a. the witty and*...h 450 beggary upon thy b.*.... ..c 267 great image of authority*.

..... 16 Awave-place is all a. with trees.b 432 die with harness on our b.* f 459 the demi-god, authority*. .....8 16 Away-a. with him, a. with*...i 237 huddled on his back*.......d 311 robbery have authority*

counsel, putting one away* .d 379 never grave gives b. what...8 184 gem of his authority. k 137 he be many miles a.*......dd 452 b. own opinions by a wager.b 324 assuming a., usurped. . 388 when ye arose and went a... 173 back with ingots bows*..... 463 a. and show of truth*. .3 384 those that run away and fly.u 456 her wealth upon her back...k 464 drest in a little brief a.* ....W 346 take what thou wilt away....i 407 bring them back to heaven..r 385 authority from other's*.

away to other skies.......... 109 duke's revenues on her b.*..e 347 Automaton-wound up the a...e 370

hills and far away....

shall not drive me back*....w 360 mechanized automaton......r 342 over the hills and far away..e 492 our memories go back. Autumn-vote that a's gone....m 32 she doth not mean "away'*.8 479 thumping on your back.....t 168

autumn 'twas that grew*....n 53 Awe-creating awe and fear in*..i 44 care not who sees your b.*..p 209 autumn blaze of golden rod..b 376 keep the strong in awe*......r 62 bore the skies upon his b....e 405 glory on the autumn woods. f 376 inspiring awe, till breath...e 285 lumbering at his back.. down upon the autumn sun g 376 lifted hand in awe......... . i 461 Backing-plague upon such b.*.p 209 autumn into earth's lap.....j 376 in awe of such a thing*.....d 235 call you that b. of your*....d 171 grieve, O ye autumn winds..m 376 good and just in awe........

..f 291 Backward-backward, flow b.....95 autumn is a weather-cock... 376 eye, whose bend doth awe*.a 382 Bacon-think how B. shin'd...p 115 a. nodding o'er the yellow ..q 376 with reverential awe........r 307 Bad-for being a little bad*.....m 51 a., in his leafless bowers ....a 877 Aweary-aweary of the sun*...u 409 renders good for bad*.......m 53 in autumn beauty stood....d 127 Awful-love is something a....p 147 first believe that you are b..c 182 'twas autumn eve...... k 234 an awfultbing to die........t 408 I wish thy lot, now bad......2 165 thy sober autumn fading....i 236 felt how awful goodness is...u 90 grant the b. what happiness.x 204 summer, the chilling a.* ...m 370 Awl-less pointed than an awl..t 318

bad ending follows a bad....n 362 no richer gift has autumn., w 295 I live by is with the awl*....f 319 things bad begun make*....y 362 bleak gusts of autumn ..... 466 Awoke-a. one morning and...d 114 to make bad good*...

..........4 283 breath of autumn's being... 467 Axe-strokes, though with a*..9 225 got had ever bad success*...d 408 a. paints upon the sky..

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lay down the axe............0 456 make men's temper bad....m 417 mistake our a. for our prime h 428 absolv'd him with an axe*..p 182 from bad to worse..........w 267 fruit-laden autumn follows..a 371 yields the cedar to the a's*. .6 436 bad are those men who......k 496 on the lap of autumn bloom.n 156 no ponderous axes rung.....n 74 Badge-black is the b. of hell*..6 195 when autumn days are here.7 135 Axle-glowing axle doth allay... 409 badge of all our tribe*....... 328 the woods of autumn burn..l 135 Aye-shall live and last for aye.w 79 mercy is nobility's true b.*.n 203 autumn's vacant throne....m 273 Azalia-wild a's fill the air.....p 133 glorious badge he wore...... 356 autumn's fire burns slowly..e 375 the fair azalia bows.........q133 Baffled-though b. oft is ever...8 228 led yellow autumn wreathed g 375 Azure-gentianellas azure... ..v 108 Bag-he sat among his bags.. a. among her drooping......k 375 o lovely eyes of azure. ...1 109 dream of money b's to-night*.n 97 trees in the a. wind rustle...1375 drinks beauteous azure.

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see how plump my bags..... i 462 autumn in the misty morn..o 375 eyes of spring, so azure.....v 159 b's shall see their children* j 497

the autumn is old...........p 375 through the azure fields. ..f 289 Baggage-with bag and b.*....)497 Autumnal-soft light of an a...r 376 let in azure night............ 403 Bagpiper-like parrots, at a b-p.*. i 51 Avail-what avails it me.... .h 244 his azure shield the heavens. f 409 Bait-the treacherous bait* ....W11 Avarice-take up with avarice..u 16 sinks down behind the a. hill.t 410 sucks in the twining bait...n 123

worst a. is that of sense......a17 proudly rising o'er the azure.t 486 a bait for ladies............ 258 avarice staunchless a varice*..d17 wrinkle on thy azure brow..f 423 Balance-take thy balance......8 163 avarice strikes deeper*......f17 Azured-the a. harebell, like ...c 142 b's your fear and hope......f 303 avarice of everything*.......917!

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balls which the poppy......t 149 it is a banquet to me*........ 343 Basis-broadest b. of a good..

who gave the ball...........a 360 reckoning when b's. o'er....p 365 tyranny, lay thou thy b.*...k 143 Ballad-ballads from a cart. .h 17 banquet hall deserted.......j 261 religion is the basis of......d 357

to make all the ballads....... i 17 Baptized-b. with holy water...c 21 Basket-ho held a basket fall...€ 146 a passion for ballads.. ..j 17 Bar-nor iron bars a cage.. .....066 b's overheaped with myrtle..t 147 I love a ballad, but even*. ...117 glowing coals and bars. f 275 at hand, the basket stood....€ 273 b. makers cannot be able*... of these worldly bars*.....

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....... 198 Ballad-monger-meter b-m.....*k 17 law bar no wrong*. .s 308 Bass-piping a low b. on the...d4 6 Ballast-gravity the b. of soul..c 399 transfer'd from the bar.

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it did bass my trespass*.....€ 422 Ballot-box-'tis the ballot-box..q 329 Barbarous-the b. multitude*...C 56 Bastard-some call natur's b's,.d 141 Balm-rose distils a healing b..u 153 Barber-in a barber's shop*... .j 320 do not call them bastards..d 141

b. are purple with violets...d 371 by the b's best razor best....p 321 Bastion-curves his white b's.. 393 pours balm into the.........a 283 barbers take a costly care...0 321 a looming bastion fringed.... 59 balm of hurt minds*. ..+ 391

I must to the barber's*.. ..u 321 Bat-the bat takes airy rounds..b 22 the balm of woe...

.t 391 b's man hath been seen*.....6 322 ere the bat hath flown*....... 22 balm for every bitter smart.. i 149 Barbered-b. ten times o'er... a 322 on the bat's back I do fly*...1112 pity hath been b. to heal*...e 333 Barberry-the barberry bush...h 435 where you go with bats*...bd 499 b. and life blood of the soul. 1 200 Bard-the b. cannot have two..k 185 startled bats flew out........2 waft a b. to thy sick heart...c 432 b's who sung divine ideas...p 486 Bate-b. a jot of heart or hope..e 72 lotos-flowers, distilling b....t 437 Bare-back and side go bare..... i 98 Bath-sore labour's bath*......p 235 smile, our sorrow's only b...i 393 enters the church, be bare..d 364 his balmy bath .........

p 392 Balquhither-braes of B........d 70 offences, and strips others b..$ 369 Bathe-b. in the beauty of her. 1275 Balustrade-b's of leaves........ 316 spare, and still be bare......t 464 bathe them in the blaze......022 Bands-earthly b's that tie me. .8 89 bare the mean heart that....n 495 Bathed-eagles having lately b.* 3 24

shadows in a shadowy band.r 171 b. long after the rest are.....i 438 Bathing-b. their beauties.... j 161

flame with flaxen band......j 245 her head was bare...........a 384 Battalion-in slow but firm b. .1 124 Bane-there hath been thy b...w 61 gaunt rocks all were bare...h 422 single spies, but in b'g*... Banish-b. what they sue for*..y 35 brown rocks left bare........422 Battering-b. the gates of......8345

thou art thence banish'd*...n 459 Bargain-we b. for the graves....) 60 Battery-sighs will make a b.*.* 476 Banishing-effect is b.for hours.r 320 bargain to engrossing*.. ...6 84 incessant b. to her heart....g 480 Bank-watch upon a bank.....k 142 a world-without-end b.*. .p 257 Battle-danger is half the b..

violet loves a sunny bank...l 131 in the way of bargain*...... 293 he that is in battle slain.....p 73 blossoms on the river banks. v 138 Barge-from the b. & strange*..6 315 I not in a pitched battle.*....+ 476 bank with ivy canopied....n 259 the barge she sat in*........ 381 freedom's battle once begun.: 228 solid banks of flowers....... i 272 Bark-b, o'er a tempestuous sea..g 6 battles, sieges, fortunes ....6 235 sleeps upon this bank*......a 276 dogs delight to b. and bite...d 68 the batttle and the breeze.. f 121 my banks, they are furnish'd.b 226 b. merrily goes the bark....h 313 on the perilous edge of b.... i 458 banks which bear the vine.. k 364 bark is worse than his bite..z 492 fall by doom of battle.......k 453 upon thy flowery banks to..m 364 bark when their fellows do*., 102 our battle is more full of...c 460 torn from thy b's, though far.o 365

bark at eminent men.. .....7 103 die well that die in a battle.8 460 bright were its flowery b's..p 365 kindles the gummy bark....n 436 the battle is the Lord's......10 407 he gaz'd on its flowery b's..p 365 stand all aloof, and bark*...6 451 battles of wave and blast....g 242 crisp head in the hollow b.*.u 365 bark bay deep-inouth'd...... i 463 to overcome in battle....... 458 thrice from the b's of Wye*.c 366 b's across the pathless flood..p 381 than battle ever knew....... 196 on Leven's banks, while.....e 366 fatal and perfidious bark....( 381 in battle lopt away..

...1312 scarce-blown violet banks...b 130 Barley-ball, and b. breaks.....e 264 melancholy as a battle won. 461 a waft from the roadside b...e 156 Barleycorn-John B. was a....W 467 a fearful battle render'de....e 325 I know a bank where the*...c 158 Barmecide-remember B. ..... j 407 even play of battle*.......... 349 covers all the b. with blue...159 Barn-crowd the old b, eaves ..0 261 battle ground of heaven....d 484 banks that slope to the...... 160 bags are and my barns...... i 462 Battlement-shook our b's*. ... 467 here, upon this bank*.......0 235 Barren-a northern b. height..m 436 with battlements that on...p 501 the b's slope down to the....r 176 b. clod the wild fields lie....f 372 Bauble-other b's in the tower.p 368 word is as good as the bank.h 199 cry, 'Tis all barren.. ..1333 Bawl-that bawl for freedom.. 167

old Time, in whose bank....f 424 a barren, detested vale*.. .d 433 Bay-let us make a bay*.......e 278 Bankrupt-bankrupt of life....8 419 long time have been b.*.....v 306 madding b., the drunken... 143

bankrout break at once*.....191 Barrenness-to make his b...... 336 like the bay of Portugal*...10.17 Banner-storm their b's fling...h 24 Barrier-parted by b. strong...W 242 be a dog, and b. at the moon* g 65

elements unfurled their b's..j 375 deep b. be of earth or sea.....i 80 Bayed-b. the whispering wind.d 283 b. waves and trumpet....... 366 Bartered-captive b. as a slave.. e 388 Bayonet-column scattering b.d 457 wave Munich ! all thy b's...b 457 b. as the brute for gold .....9388 a thousand bayonets........g 306 b. that o'er them was flying. i 457 Base-knows nothing base...

chains are worse than b's..m 330 standard and banner alike... i 457 from its firm base, as soon...h 72 Bay-tree-b-t's in our country*.m 460 that banner was proudest.... i 457 b. of all things-law and.....p 79 Be-not what we may be*. hang out our banners*

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how beautiful they are....... 131 thirsty b. has listening lain.g 422 the springing beard began..r 321 Amaranthus, all his beauty..k 132 Beacon-call'd the b. of the* .... 96 hath a beard is more*.. .t 321 amid all beauty, beautiful...l 134 Bead-hopes what are they-b's..) 202 hath no beard is less than.... 321 she's b. and therefore*. ...... 477 seeing those b's of sorrow*.aa 416 Bearded-b. like the pard*.....d 312 beautiful as sweet!

..W 478 ave-marias on his beads*...p 197 Bearing-the b. and training... 279 is a beautiful woman.

. f 475 their b's in drops of rain....g 352 Beast-wild beasts came forth..p 288 Beautifully-by degrees and b. e 496 for a set of beads*.....

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little better than a beast*...cc 499 Beautify-thy presence b's the.c 150 Be-all-might be the be-all*....0 235 man and bird and beast....aa 343 Beauty-excellence true beauty..w 8 Beam-keeps his golden b's in.c 147 somewhat of the savage b....t 393 beauty thus decay..

...........446 it casts a brighter beam..... f 379 a wild beast or a god........ 395 beauty soon grows..

.m 17 bright in morning's beam...k 157 each savage furious beast....c 485 soon as a sweet beauty. b's the shrine of refuge...

learn from the beast.. .t 309 the fatal gift of beauty. ..017 gilt the ocean with his b's*.n 410 of all wild beasts on earth... i 475 we do love beauty at first.. ..9 17 as thy eye beams, when* . ...h 248 Beat-felt it beat under my....

.r 36 the power of beauty I.. .8 17 beam that hastens on.......v 420 fellow beats all conquerors. .l 452 in beauty, faults.. b. long nods from side to..dd 495 beat of the alarming drum..b 457 beauty should be kind as....v 17 candle throws his beams*...k 182 heart b's on for ever as of...0 413 beauty was lent to nature...w 17 may bless her beams. ....1276 two hearts that beat as one.. n 449 a thing of beauty is a joy....a 18 potent thus b. not so fierce..a 375 beat the ground...... b 303 beauty is truth, truth.. b 18 within thy beams, O sun.... f 290 b. your pate, and fancy wit.bb 471 'tis beauty calls, and. ..c 18 b's of light some day, gild...1366 Beaten-he that is b. may be...d 199 beauty, like wit, to judge... f 18 whence are thy b's, O sun...n 409 Beating-he heats me with b.*..c 163 beauty of a thousand stars...g 18 kissed her with his beams...d 410 beatings at the heart........f 279 beauty stands in the...

h 18 unpolluted in his beams.... f 410 Beatrice-so angle we for B.* ...a 480 or eye, we beauty call... ../ 18 harm his hasty b's would...p 410 Beau-punctual beaux reward..: 319 beauty we can virtue join...m 18 the hoist-up of beams.... ..a 302 Beauteous-b. pansies rise......l 148 beauty, which, neither..

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beauty that addresses.. Bean-I know the scent of b... .c 134 traveller to the b. west......a 412 as beauty here is won, we.... 18 Dear-b. affliction till it do cry*..15 lovely in death the b.. m 333

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....... 18 like the rugged Russian b...w 72 Beautiful-old age is b. and free.,v7 beauty blemish'd once's*.... 18 b's it out even to the end* ...m 64 the beautiful rests on ......... 17 beauty provoketh thieves*.... v18 bear friends' infirmities*....q 170 beautiful in form and........d 18 beauty's ensign yet*..

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.........0 48 but bears it out even*....... a 247 I want to help you grow as b. e 210 it blots thy beauty*. bear to live, and dare to die.h 191 roses, beautiful fresh roses..h 154 daily beauty in his life*. earth, that bears thee dead*. 484 what it has not, the b........1 156 with him is beauty slain. f 91 to learn to bear is easier.....r 483 all beautiful, but none alike m 158 beauty immortalawakes......r 79 sword of heaven will bear*..q 197 how beautiful this night....b 290 beauty's transient flower.....(94 he doth bear two loads...... i 199 night, and make it beautiful t 403 dreamed that iife was b. .....8 98 let her bear no merchandise.v 313 is beautiful indeed...

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b's languish half concealed...e 35 makes us rather bear*......m 328 O God! how beautiful...... U 262 no power yet upon thy b.*...a 84 b. reproof, who merit praise.r 359 death-bed of a day, how b... 410 murtals all his beauties....

......k 45 seeming to bear it lightly*..p 463 wert a beautiful thought.... i 419 sport an hour with beauties..g 94 sing savageness out of a b.*.386 how beautiful comes on..... 330 beauty, thinks it excellent*..cc 87 b. man from earth to heaven.c 489 how beautiful is the rain....d 352 the beauty of thy mind*.....h 89 b. up and steer right onward.w 112 b. girl in the company ......v 469 beauty is repose .........

.. ( 108 arms ye forge another bears.u 119 beautiful it was, falling.....p 393 beauty as a woman's eye*...s 110

to b. is to conquer our fate..n 117 beautiful than beauty's self.c 397 in matchless beauty... Bearable-hell is more b. than.q 194 and one was beautiful....... 486 bathing their beauties, ..... j 161 Beard-the beards of Hercules*..v 73 how beautiful is youth..

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