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rattles of the man or boy....i 445 what is twice read is........ 353 strong reasons make*. ... ...ao 14

r. his bones over the stones..n 341 in science, r. by preference.v 353 taught tho world with reason,v 76 Rattling-rattling the blinds...d 466 we burn daylight;-hero, r.*. f 354 mantle their clearer reason*.j 78 Rave-let them rave...........d 362 still persist to read, and.....9354 monarch reason sleeps....... 96

she r's, and faints, and dies.p 238 learn to read slow............ i 354 a higher faculty than reason.o 112

rave, recite, and madden....s 495 respect for a well-read man..j 353 reason, or with instinct.....d103 Raven-the r. once in snowy....j 30 wherein to rea:1, wherein....l 193 you can not reason almost*.. w 121

the raven was screeching....k 30 I read of that glad year...... 316 when valour preys on r.*....451 the raven, neyer fitting ......130 deepest truths are best read. j 443 reason wills our hearts*.....C 460 did ever raven sing so like*..m 30 lustro, he that runs may r..a 444 it is not r. makes faith hard.r 232 raven o'er the infectious*...n 30 read to doubt, or r. to scorn. i 449 in reason, is judicious.......6241 the croaking raven doth*....030 who is't can read & woman*. i 477 neither rhyme nor reason*..v 245 raven himself is hoarse*.....p 30 you shall yourself read*.....1308 above the bounds of r.*.....m 246 the raven cried........

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you need not read one letter.. 309 lovo's reason's without r.*... than snow on a raven's back*f 54 a little I can read*. .........a 348 reason the card, but.........d 234 stealthy, evil raven ........ 287 r. the future destiny of man.m 425 reason thus with life* ......m 235 may bare the raven's eye*..v 191 Reader-r's may be classed..... 298 I havo heard of r's manifold.q 240

He that doth the r's feed*...v 348 good r. that make the good..k 353 reason is the life of the law..g307 Ravish-it ravishes all sense... i 456 every person becomes a r...m 353 let us consider the reasons..u 307 Ravished-hearings are quite r*p 102 many readers judge of......4 353 r's to himself best known ..i 465 r. with the whistling... catch the reader's eye...

asked one another the r.....0247 Ray-swift their prisoned rays.a 145

oh, reader, then behold.....k 232 passion conquers r. still.....C 327 slant rays are beaming......a 143

Readiness-of doing doth......0 465 to ask the reason why*......0292 borrows all her rays........C 252

the readiness is all*......... 349 where r. rules thonind..... 330 spear like rays in the west..d 411 Reading-not walking, I am r... u 38 for the same r. he pleases.... 298 roseate rays of wind........k 273 help by so much reading.....8 36 reason is our soul's left......2398 each ray seemed bound.....a 274 there is an art of reading

it is the fever of reason.....m 487 r's of happiness, like those..b 191 reading is to the mind.......$ 352 lamp our angel reason ....... 354 emite a brighter ray .... ....W 200

worth reading were but read.d 353 knowledge and reason.......1354 with many a lovely ray.....0 252 new course of r., imparts...g 353 reason, however able, cool..m 354 the last red ray is gone.....m 446

r. all my books in originals..i 353 reason raise o'er instinct as.n 354 purest ray serene.....

invincible love of reading...1353 reason's wholo pleasure......0354 drinks thy purest rays.....m 305

to his reading brings not....c 354 the feast of reason...........p 354 ray what glimmering sail.. u 381 reading, never to be read....d 354 let's r. with the worst*......9354 with new rays ..............8 276

various readings stored .....8 406 a reason on compulsion*....a 355 hailed the morning ray.....h 153 reading maketh a full man..k 227 good reasons must, of force*.6 355 roses do not shed their ray..t 153 Ready-as you grow r. for it ...c 170 capability and god-like r.*...C 355 their disk with golden rays.m 157 ready for the way of life*....9 407 that brutes have reason.....d 355 his rays are all gold.........9 411

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honor comes to you be ready.l 199 reason is upright staturo....f 355 sun with all diffusive rays.. 1 454 Real-the real Simon Pure.....p 490 reason's progressive.......... 355 thee the ris of virtue shine..v 454 Realm-to farm our royal r.*..m 368 slow reason feebly climbs...g 355 hide your diminished rays..f 403 wide r. of wild reality.......g 389 in erring reason's spite..... 348 thou living r. of intellectual.s 213 growth our realms supply.

direct his ways by plain r..m 472 Raze-raze out the written*..d 310 I roam, whatever realms....u 260 senge would r's law receive.. i 421 Razor-are r's to my wounded*b 482 in nature's realms.......

on 278 r. foil'd would not in vain...: 421 the r's edge invisible* ......d 370 dark is the realm of grief....e 188 paths which reason shuns ..u 334 Reach-I cannot r. thee, dear....C2 have returned from that r...o 193 reason would despair........e 243

above the reach of wild......t 455 the youth of the realm*.....f 318 being demanded a reason....c 319 in that voice that reaches...g 456 in her realm, as in the soul. 285 reason thus with r. fetter*..d 248

reach not to seize it before. .l 199 whom three realms obey....l 320 smiles from reason flow.....a 393 Reaction-attack is the reaction.a 3 runs through the r. of tears.s 427 loathe to prove reason with*.g 482 Read-the sun would let mer... 33 Reap-reaps from the hopes...... 8 that well by reason men.....g 138

may r. that binds the sheaf... 56 sow, y'are like to reap ...... j 43 aught other reason why.....d 251 book in hand, to r. it well.... 33 is ripe 'tis time to reape......8 43

how noble in reason*........ 255 may read strange matters*.

reap the things they sow.....r 46 could he with r, murmur....1165 to write and r.comes by*...d 102 He reaps the bearded grain..u 81 worst appear the better r....8 204 read what books I please....n 167

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ye sow another reaps...u 119 takes the reason prisoner*..w 211 read thyself—and learn...... { 22+ Reaped-thorns which I haver.c 441 then have I r. to be fond*...g 187 with attention have I read..r 241 Reaper-there is a R. whose.....481 Reasonably-thinks he writes r.s 297 0, learn to read what silent*.a 248 the ruddy reapers hail thee.p 275 Reasoned-high of Providence..t 64 that never read so far*...... 283 gaze upon the reaper's toil..1276 Reasonest-Plato thou r, well... i 207 read not to contradict and...1 352 tempt the joyful r's hand... .j 295 Reasoning-the r's of men.....m 478 some few to be read wholly..t332 weary reapers quit the sultry.l 295 Rebel-use 'em kindly, they r...t 48 rests with those who read...a 353 Reaping-who left for our r....A 256 disobedience and rebel*......n 95 not read an author till we...6 353 Reason-theirs not to r. why...... 3 deliberately, rebel against...h 355 will not r. a book, because..f 353 reason not impossibility...... 14 subjects are rebels from.....v 417 would also read the man....f 353 right reason for their law..... 14 deem noner's except subjects c 448 ask him what books he read.h 353 reason upon compulsion .... 14 Rebellion-r, to tyrants is......i 353 first time I read an.......... 353 but a woman's reason*

senate the cockle of r.*.......j 355 with works to lie and read...0 353 play with reason and*. .....14 unthread the rude eye of r.* k 355

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rebellion must be managed..e 431 withoutr. all mankind...... 865 Reignest-in thy golden hall...q 275

r. in this land shall lose*....p 431 kin to foul redemption*.....2:63 Rein-too much the rein*...... 251 Rebellious-liquors in my blood*m 7 r. thence, and portance*....U 450 r. the charger on the battle... 456 Rebound-hit hard unless it r's..a3 Redress-to prick us to r.*.....n 879 Rejoice-r., and freely laugh....5 407 Rebuked-my genius is r.; ag, it*t 177 how to redress their harms*.1238 r. at friends but newly found*b 171 Rebuking-be thou, in r. evil. .0 228 Reed-tall flowering r's........91

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r. in the joy of our friends..t171 Recalled-spoke can never be r.a 481 dancing leaves his reed.....C 434 Rejoicing-singing and r....... 335 Receding-one's native land r...h 70 crutches made of slender r's.a 385 rejoicing in the east.......... 410 Receive-r's what heaven has... 66 the green reed trembles.....a 226 Rejourn-r. the controversy...t309

ask till yo receive.......... aa 331 among the trembling reeds* 4 865 Relation-friends and dear r's, m 193 much r., but nothing gives..o 210 tunes the shepherd's reed...1245 Release-nature sigus the last r... 6

we r. but what we give..... j 362 what the balmy reed........9 436 long before I find release....p 360 Recess-the innermost recesses.g 456 Rzef-round the coral reef.......156 Relent-r., or not compassion* f 533

deep recesses, of the ages....a383 Reaking-r. neck to draw the..a 295 to shake the head, relent* ... 351 Recite-rave, r., and madden...s 495 Reöleth-like feeble ege he r.*..v 409 washed with them but r'o*..c 416 Reck-little r's to find the way*.0 202 Refine-how the style refines..d 340 Relic-sad r. of departed worth. f 69

recks not his own read*.....r317 Refined-as r. as ever Athens... h 63 pure relics of a blameless life.g 213 Reckless-incens'd that I amr.*n 355 his taste is refined...... ..6 354 Relief-for this relief, much*..... 53 Recklessness-fling them into r.s 90 80 strong, yet so refined.....r 454 longed to give her Lord r..... 33 Reckoning-90 comes a r. when.o 217 Reflect-r's in joy its scanty...

....0 139 Relieve-to relieve it is God-like.g 53 oh, weary reckoning* .......y 248 reflect on what before they..g 355 Religion-for his r. it was fit.....t95 a kind of dead reckoning...p 276 | Reflected-summer dawn's r...n 374 indirect way to plant r...... a 357 no reckoning made*. ........0218 wave r. lustres play...

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all true religion consists ....c 367 r. when the banquet's o'er..p 362 Reflecting-sun r. upon the....f 410 religion is the basis of.......d 357 Recoil-back on itself recoils...l 363 Reflection-r. how allied.......N 261 religion, the pious worship. 1307 Recollect-famer. articulately..i 114 with the morning coolr's...h 356 will wrangle for religion....6 357

who does not r. the hours...u 126 a soul without reflection... j 356 pity religion has so seldom..A 37 Recollection-r. is the only.....p261 Reform-reforms his plaa...... 278 religion does not censure....: 3:7

recollection is a dream...... 261 Reformation-myr., glittering* 1 356 r., if in heavenly truths......3357

recollections of things past..6327 plotting some new r.........k 356 first element of religion..... 357 Recompense-to r. my rash......k1 Refrain-we hear the wild r....k 284 but two possible religions... 357

toil without recompense......95 Refresh-was it not to refresh*. 283 life and religion are one....: 357 look for recompense*.........l 40 Refreshed-r. where one pure..d 259 religion, blushing. veils... heaven did a recompense.... i 413 Refresher-adorner and r. of...p 461 religion to make us hate.... 353 thy true love's recompense*.d 262 Refreshing-r. that they always.c 133 r's all descending from......$ 358 recompense injury with....0355 Refuge-the shrine of refuge...p 234 religion is no way of life.... 357 recompense kindness with..o 355 a solitude, a r., a delight.... in r., what damned error*...j 358 swiftest wing of r.*... ....r 355 last refuge of a scoundrel....6329 pledged to r., liberty........@ 307 perfect recompense to all....8 355 Refusal-one rig no rebuff......0237 religions are the bands of...0174

study's god-like recompense*o 224 Refuso-nothing that pleases..m 360 r. breathing household laws, f 463 Reconcilement-can true r.....e 192 Refuto-who can refute a sneer,h 495 as the Christian religion....10358 Record-the record of time....,4 107 Regal-what r. vestments can...t 145 Religious-thou art religious ... 62

r.,written by fingers ghostly.c 210 r. bloom disclose a mantling j 152 a dim religious light.......... 58 all trivial fond records*.....k 262 him who wears ther.........g 367 holy and devout religious*... 64 r's that defy the tooth of....8501 Regalia-looked the field's r....k 378 r., as it ought to be......... 370 record of the years of man..n 440 Regard-preserving a due r....aa 218 a r. life is a struggle.........1353 weep to record, and blush...h 384

regards that stand aloof*....1247 Relish-r. of the saltness of time j7 Recording-r. angel as he wrote.e 292 should be without regards*.d 421 relish with content. Recover-though you recover..: 309 Regent-moon, sweet r. of the.j 275 you may relish him*

.A 312 Recreant-a mere r. prove*.....c 312 Region-out of the powerful ris.n 195 a relish that inviteth... .6 321 Recreation-r. than angling.....c 12 regions where our fancies.. n 105 I have no relish of them*. ...A 368

of recreation there is none...r 11 in regions clear and far......f 334 Relished-r. by the wisest men.o 203 Red-dyed her tender bosom r...c 31 rage within those regions... 4 325 Relivo-can I butr. in sadness..q***

O rose, my red, red rose.....d 152 Regret-harvest of barren r’s....98 Rely-Ir. on him as on myself.: 172 quickly will the pale r.leaves.j 275 here saw nothing to regret...b 83 Remain-this is all r's of thee...f 45 down sank the great red sun.g 411 regrets to kiss it dry......... 1.490 thou ever wilt remain.......0288 a subtle red of life...........f 441 if in recollection lives regret h 148 till naught remain...........2 407 the last red ray is gone.....m 446 regret becomes an April.....t 160 r. longer than nature craves. j 392

rosy red, love's proper hue..u 392 love is made a vague regret.. 249 Remedy-no remedy for time..r 205 Rod-bird-come his plumes to..p 150 Regretful-who without r....... 374 r. is worse than the disease..1362

reason that in man is wise., i 259 Regularity-r, abridges all.....p 500 r's oft in ourselves do lie*... 498 Redbreast-the readbreast oft...a 31 Rehearse-rehearso your parts*g 294 extreme remedies are....... n 309

redbreast loves to build......631 Reign-better to r. in hell than.. 8 found out the remedy*......6356 readbreast, sacred to the...... i 31 to wrestle, not to reign..... T 482 remedy for every wrong.....A 348

the robin-red-breast and..... .j 31 awful eternity shall reign... n 105 things without all remedy*.d 421 Rodeem-late, r. thy name.....m 324 keep a stiff reign ............y 267 Remember-1 r. now I am*...

if thou can'st zot recall, r... 425 while Anna reigns, and sets.r 368 sweet pangs of it r. met....... 64

redeem man's mortal crime.a 356 sweet is thy reign, but short q 370 r., if you mean to please..... 68 Redeemer-R's throbbing head..c 31 r. in this horrible place..

I do not remember my birth. f 34 Redemption-r. from above......j 57 reigne more or less..........n 343 r., whatsoe'er thou art......k185

everlasting r, for this*........ 497 Reigned-jovial star r. at his* ... 403 no greater grief than to r.... 180

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r's me of all his gracious*...g 187 Repeat-to world r's the passage.i 56 ever written out of r........y 359 remember Barmecide....... j 407 at every close she would r..h 138 at every word a r. dies ......a 360

remember what the Lord*...s 418 Repeated-never too often r....p 351 I have offended reputation*.6 360
: without a sigh r. thee.......u 365 Repent-repent what's past*....8 60 my reputation at stake*.....c 360

briefly thyself remember*..0 261 we may repent; which doing.h 10 reputation is an idle* .......f 360
let guilty men remember...a 385 thou tyrant I do not repent*.p 91 I have lost my reputation*..g 360
deaths r. they are men.......j 349 we may repent at leisure.... 1256 spotless r.; that away..
oh I still remember me.....m 115 his transgression doth r...., 359 thou liest in r. sick*.........

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pray you, love, remember* m 148 well, I'll repent*.............1359 reputation is but &.........w 359
I r., and will ne'er forget.... i 170 say my prayers, I would r.*.n 345 Request-ruin'd at our own r., u 344
some I remember...... ...j170 Repentance-for which r. dear..t 243 Requiem-come, and my r. sing.n 31
I remember the roses.......d 128 give repentance to her lover.e 359 sing sage requiem*..
I remember, I remember....a 261 r. rearg her snaky crest.....m 359 the master's requiem.

.t382 to remember thee..... i 261 try what repentance can*..cc 384 Requital-in requital opo......p 309 when I remember all.......

..j 261 Repentant-with my r. tears*. .j 359 Requite-with deeds r. thy*.. I remember, I remember....1 261 Repented-r. o'er his doom*...k 359 Resemblance-express r. of the. i 214 briefly thyself remember*..w 261 Reply-theirs not to maker...... 3 r., such as true blood wears..e 190 I cannot but remember.....c 262

methinks I hear his faintr..o 136 r. of things which differ.....0472 Ir. a mass of things*.. f 262 sneer equivocal, the harsh r.e 380 Resemble-when I r, her to thee.d 155 remember thee*...

..k 262 deign'd him no reply........6 444 resembles sorrow only... ..1369 Remembered-times when Ir..u 160 I pause for reply*.... .ee 497 Resembling-r. strong youth*.. v 409

freshly remember'd*... .0 284 reply to calumny and.. ...g 382 Resent-swift to resent..
remember'd joys are never..s 216 Report-rumour may r. my.....063 Resentment-with oner. glows.u 173
better remembered than.....9353 ill report while you lived*...e 104 Reservc-r. thy judgment*..
to hear themselves r.*..... ..d 381 who knows how may her...u 182 r. is woman's genuine praise.f 474
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if my gossipr., be an honest* w 182 | Residence-angels held their r.o 193 Remembering-is r. happier...p 398 by your own report*. ........j237 | Resign-vile earth to earth r.*...191 Remembrance-r., ever fondly.h 148 thee by report, unseen......

..f 290 how soon must he resign....u 278 remembrance wakes.........1260 killed with r. that old man..w 368 resign the stage we tread on. j 425 in my remembrance blossom.v 260 their ill r. while you lived*..h 294 resigne, the whole unto him.v 345 rosemary, that's for r.*......h 156 report they bore to heaven..q 259 Resignation-r. gently slopes. .n 360 Ir of my former love*........0208 sell me your good report* ..m 181 Resist-to resist with success....k 5 send tokens of remembrance. 172 bring me no more reports*...j 306 who shall r. the summons...u 82 the dearest r. will still.......$ 220 report me and my cause*...W 306 resist both wind and tide*..p 119 r. and reflection.... ....m 261 Repose-between truth and r...w 55 nor solid might r. that edge.o 458 sharp the point of this r.*... 262 without a breath to break r..p 82 Resisted-that so stoutly r.*....0 181 remembrance of the just....0 262 never feels repose....

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know not what's resistod ...Y 222 r. of his dying Lord.........c 356 rapture of repose that's f89 Resolute-r. in most extremes*q 108 is no remembrance possible.u 292 beauty is repose.....

1 108 serene, and r., and still... makes the r. dear*...........j 343

sheds a halo of repose. ....e 161 Resolution-native hue of r.*...0 63 Remembrancer-r's of our lost..213 sweet repose and rest*......p 248 dauntless spirit of r.*. .. 360 Remorse-0, that the vain r.....275 I repose, I write, I think..... i 231 resolution thus fobbed*...... 307

farewell remorse; all good....691 virtue, but repose of mind...l 455 Resolve-r. itself into a dew*....n 91 would have stirr'd up r.*....h 280 repose than all the world..... 198

a suppressed resolve will....a 109 rivers of r. and innocency*..6 417

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firm resolve to conquer love.j 245 hath bred a kind of r.*...... 218 wretched giv'st wish'd r....p 389 resolves more tardily and... 360 cruel remorse! where youth.t 358 sleep, thou repose..

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resolve, and thou art free...4 360 deeply feel thy pangs, r.....a 359 O partial sleep! give thy r.*..r 390 Resolved-is once to be r.*.....,k 96 abandon all remorse*......... 359 from wasting, by repose.... 369 Resort-homo is the r. of love.m 198 Nero will be tainted with r.*..1 479

toils of honour dignify r.....0 359 in the various bustle of r...0 469 Remorseful-and r. dag*....... 1 289 foster-nurse of nature is r.* .p 359 Resounded-back r. death...... 82

like a remorseful pardon*...p 247 men have ever loved repose.q 359 Resource-r's of the scholar...k 405 Remote-what is r. and difficult.s 34 sheathes in calm repose.....d 330 men have all these r's.......y 239

is virtue a thing remote.... m 453 Reposing-at midnight, while r.d 466 Respect-with a r. more tender* 571
r., unfriended, melancholy..6365 Repress-to r. it, disobeys the..$ 453 respect neither poverty .....c 109

r. from man, with God......9395 Reprieve-neither glory nor r..n 450 respect and rites of burial*.10 454
Remover-or bends with ther.*.p 208 Reprisal-to hear this rich r.*..h 208 a fellow of good respect*.... 200
Rend-he strove to rend.......9 260 Reproach-r. and everlasting ...y 87 respect for a well-read man..j 363
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.0 266 Respectful-whilst the r., like..e 245 renews the life of joy.... ...u 461 reproach is infinite.........h 481 Respirator-through a r........p 320 Renounce-r's earth to forfeit..u 408 Reproof-the reproof valiant*...w 67 Resplendent-r. rosel to thee..l 153 Renown-r, even in the jawg* . .8 459 reproof on her lip...........v 493 Respond-r's unto his own..... j 90

endless renown.............c 236 bear r., who merit praise.... 369 Responsibility-r. prevent......074 renown, and grace is dead*..a 235 Republic-gave the r. her......p 329 Responsible-single in r. act...a 473 the poor r. of being smart...k 193 Repulse-take no r., whatever*.s 479 Rest-ambition has no rest......28 here's health and renown to.k 438 so Satan, whom repulse..... 331 the rest is yours.............A 10 some, for renown, on scraps.u 351 take no repulse, whatever*.

..f 125 angels sing thee to thy rest*.r 10 Renowned-no less r. than war.n 452 Repulsed-love repulsed........ 108 the beautiful rests on thoe....t 17 Repair-repair and health*..... 310 Reputation-r. being essentially c 115 to their lagting rest*......... 23

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in vain I sighed, and r. turn.a 375 Reverie-from reveries 80 airy.-93 pale feet cross'd in rest.......8 82 restless sunflower, cease....q 157 Reversion-bright r. in the sky.j241 I'll turn to rest and dream...g 97 Restorative-man's rich r......p 392 Revive-for whom all elso r's... 353 set your heart at rest*......

..h 112 Restore-r. to God his due in...b 180 God of nature alone, can r...9 349 the rest on outside merit..... 102 Restorer-nature's sweet r...... 392 Revolt-nature falls into r.*.....151 my soul has rest, sweet sigh.f 382 Restrain-restreine, and kepen. i 453 all good seeming by thy r...,j 253 so full of rest it seemed.....a 383 Restrained-r., a heart is broken.l 480 still revoit when truth...... 167 the rest is silence*. .....t383 Restraint-unconfined r........8 389 Revolution-r's of the times... 119 day and of approaching r...h 386 luxurious by restraint. .......j 483 Revolve-r's the sad vicissitudes p383 with care, sinks down to r..r 338 Result-r's insufficient remain.r 362 Revolving-with the r. year... -f183 sweet father of soft rest.. .n 389 Retentive-ber.to the strength.*i 235 Reward-sure reward succeeds..r 31 rest, rest, a perfect rest. .0 390 Retire-night, submissively r..h 410 rewards his deeds with*......d89 work first, and then rest.....l 483 | Retired-apart sat on hill r....t 64 ambition has but one reward.b 10 it dreams a rest..........

retired amidst a crowd......k 259 reward of one duty is........ 23 choose their place of rest....1 484 gentle, though retired....... 473 only r. of virtue is virtue... 453 take all the rest; but give...n 435 Retirement-0 blest r.! friend..... 5 virtue is its own reward....

....bb 453 80 sweet to rest*............h 391 r. urges sweet return........6 394 virtue is her own reward....1453 thy best of rest is sleep*....0391 Retort-the r. courteous*.

virtue is to herself the best r.g 454 a perfect form in perfect rest.6 392 retorts to those who dare....s 100 virtuo is its own reward.... 454 deep rest and sweet.........h 392 Retreat-'tis sweet, in some r... 23

virtue, a reward to itself..... 455 intervals of rest, moved not.m 392 nobler than a brave retreat..v 456 r. with glory or with gold...d 101 joy, uninterrupted rest....... 394 from out the garden's cool r153 own praise reward enough. cj 405 bitter toil; achieve its rest..u 395 sacred solitude ! diviner....b 396 genius and its rewards... reat her soul, she's dead*...

...j 477 noblest station is retreat....d 475 its own exceeding great r....i 370 hours must I take my rest*.m 426 Retribution-had been just r...u 358 Rhetoric-for r. he could not...€ 414 silken r., tie all thy cares up.n 361 Retrieved-name is ne'err....v 359

odorous r. of carnations..... 315 rest is not quitting the.....p 361 Return-the year seasons r......c91

sweet smoke of rhetoric.... 498 rest is the fitting of self......p 361 being passed return no more.p 88 Rhetorician-a r's rules...... r. not here, there's r. behind.7 361 shall no more return........

the rhetorician can provə...10 324 overy mountain height is r..r 361 and semblance of return.... 422 Rheum-a quarter in r.* ....... 262 all aro secking rest..........$ 361 seasons have no fixed r's....k 370 Rheumatic-diseases do* ......d 276 hour of rest hath come......t 361 return to his former fall.... 267 Rhine-wide and winding R...k 364 rost is sweet after strife.....u 361 my love had no return... ...v 249

river R. it is well known.....1364 rost, that strengthens unto..c 362 thought that she bade me r... 326 henceforth wash the river R.1 364 fold thine arms, turn to thyr.d 362 retirement urges sweet r.....n 395 beneath me flows the Rhine.h 365 O day of rest, how beautiful.f369 Returned-oner. not lost......aa 342 a blessing on the Rhine.....k 365 hero rests his head..........C 260 Revels-our r's now are ended*. .k 46 the prostrate Nile or Rhino. 363 no rest-no dark... in 275 what revels are in hand*....w 264 Rhine, ancient river........9 366 peace and r. can never dwell.j 201 looks for other revels*.......t 442 dwelleth by the castled R...e 129 were no ease, no rest........d 225 love keeps his r's where*.... 247 Rhinoceros-the arm'd r.*...... 72 labor there shall come forth r.; 225 Revelation-makes growing r..q 419 Rhodora-fresh r. in the woods.p 150 labor is rest.................p 225 revelations of a dream......k 420 Rhone-rushing of the arrowy R. 1364 r. from all petty vexations...p 225 r's satisfies all doubts....... 363 or like the Rhone........... 356 r. from sin-promptings...

naturo is a revelation of God. i 363 Rhyme-with ornaments of r.as 117 rest on your oars............ 331 Reveller-you moonshine ris*..e 112 streets their merry rhymes..c Yii where e'en the great find r..q 184 Revellry-sound of r. by night.cc 121 r., can blazon evil deeds..... 338 leads us to rest so gently....4 285 Revenge-settles into fell r......11 r., being a kind of music....333 rest to the laborer............ 288 pleasure and revenge*........8 88 rhymes are difficult things... 33 might sit and rest, awhile...e 405 raven doth bellow for r.*.....0 30 turn o'er some idle rhyme.. 205 science that gives us any r..k 407 sweet as my revenge*.

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as your rhymes speak*. gay as he sinks to his rest...9 411 he's poor, and that's r.*.

it hath taught mo to r.*..... 245 in its motion there was rest.a 412 r., at first though sweet......1 363 yot in prose or rhyme......bo 491 ill a brewing towards my r.*.k 412 revenge is profitable..

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speak but ono rhymo* ......: 498 tongue one moment's rest... y 414 sweet is revenge............ j 363 barren flattery of a rhyme..341 land and ocean without r..k 180 if not victory,is yet revenge.m 363 truth in studious r's to pay.e 450 heaven is above, and there r.d 194 Christian examplo? why, r.*.p 363 I will rhyme and print...... 300 where sinners may have r., I.c 194 else it will feed my revenge*.r 363 Rhyming-under a r. planet*... 479 I will kiss thee into rest.....r 220 with whom revenge is virtue.b 364 Rhythm-with a faultless I.....S 427 and all the rest havexxxi....c 269 forgiveness is better than r..d 165 Rhythmic-r. beat with tinkling.y351 all the rest have thirty-one.d 269 revenge with Até by*. ..g 459 Rialto-fathom under the R....€ 281 soldiers ! still in honored r.. i 312 Revenue-r. whereof shall*....m 368 the soul's Rialto hath its.... 489 atmosphere breathes rest....k 46:3 duke's r's on her back*......e 347 Rib-under the ribs ot death...1 282 to r., tho cushion and soft..q317 Reverberation-r. of cloud.....f 404 dainty bits make rich ther's* £ 497 the Turckman's rest.....

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not from that right to part..f 257 with him r’s weeping*......d 147 I am the one r. thing that...u 154 my treasures, and my rights* ; 260 that they may r. more fresh.) 161 so rich she cannot hide......8159 right and not to do it........0331 some rise by sin*...........9 166 vainly r. the miserable proud.y 181 r. divine of things to govern.d 183 humble buds unheeded r...a 139 r. with the spoils of nature.g 285 then all shall be set right...m 452 but now, they rise again*...g 280 rich men look sad*.........m 460 some day r. ascend his thronen 175 red wine first must rise* ...2414 with Thee rich, take what... i 407 grandest things in having ris.b 219 and ever seeks to rise ....... 152 rich gifts wax poor, when*. .u 178 being your r's, you may give.b219 that rise and fall............: 236 mind that makes the body r.*.i 200 and do him right*...

....1 219 stars—they rise and set.....0368 when thou art old aud rich*.u 235 that it may still go right*...6 305 crushed to earth shall riso.p 443 infinite r's in a little room...: 265 cannon to right of them..... f 461 they rise, they break........y 495 tempts by making rich......C 418 seizes the right, and holds... Y 470 through dust and heat, rise.c 412 rich, not gaudy*..

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rights by rights fouler*.... sad, with all his r, train.....1378 admiring more the riches...n 462 right is more beautiful.....aa 491 foretells a bright r. again....q411 many of ther, are damned*.v 341 r. there is none to dispute..w 394 rising all at once was as....n 458 poor, and content, is rich*..2 341 sometimes a place of right... i 347 Rite-rites of marriage*.. riches spring from economy.m 491 r. we hold by his donation..b 388 Rival-books aro without ris....a 39 tone could reach the rich....1341 right onward, O speed it... jealous look out as a rival...6 120 here sleepe, there richesse...a 392 the beautiful seems right....7489 thy r's thou might'st scorn.g 148 rich with the spoils of time.c 424 Rigol-this golden r, hath*....m 391 can admit of no rival .......1 173 youth is not rich in time...W 487 Rigor-'tis r., and not law*.....1215 know nor's but themselves. f 493 faults that are r., are fair*...g 120 long protracted r. of the.....d377 Rive-rive your concealing*...6 263 sleep, riches, and health.....e 102 Rill-by shelter'd rills ..........1128 River-ther's murmuring base... 25 they are rich in their pride.p 141 sunshine, broken in the r...$ 409 flow to join tho brimming r..b 42 God only, who made us rich.o 144 O fateful flower beside the r.q 137

foam on the river............183 what riches give us let......p 462 torrents gush the summerr's.r373 great r. to the opening gulf.m 118 is the greatest riches........r 462 household rill murmurs.....6 288 the river is dead ............c 106 if thou art r., thou art poor*,u 462 Rind-within the infant rind*.g 131 progress of r's to the ocean.h 105 thou bear'st heavy riches*. .u 462 from us like the rind

........1236 r. that bears on its waters...u 107 r., my virtue then shall be*.0 463 Ring-ring in the valiant man..h 21 never seen a r. imagined ... 108 rich in having such a jewel*.d 465 ring out wild bells to......... 21 she saw the r. onward glide.h 146 remain in a r. gen'rous soil.. 469 ring out, ye crystal...........2 57

blossoms on the r's banks...» 138 wisdom adorns riches....... i 470 green and silky rings...

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the river's trembling edge ..e 140 r's purchased wisdom yet...k 470 clasps her r's on every hand.b149 the river from the lake......j 256 Richard-to the soul of R.*.....p 380 them all about with tiny r's.c 149 like the r., swift and clear... 336 Richer-is richer than a crown..h66 the first young hare-bell r..m 377 r. glidech at his own sweet.h 366

richer and richer; so higher.k 410 the ring of moderation....... 268 rivers of remorse and*......6417

richer than Peruvian mines..z 470 now rings the woodland.....1 433 river of his thoughts........ 420 Richest-love of books is the r.r 353 ring out old shapes of foul..b 428 friendship is like rivers..... 174 richest without meaning....0 296 whole earth r's with prayerg.v 344

make r's, r's run to soas ....g 189 Richness-on the clustered trees f376 ring, blue-bells, ring....

........c140 rivers cannot quenc.*......123 violet shed a richness round.o 159 rings put upon his fingers*.d 252 a rushing river............. 124 Rid-to mend it, or be rid on't*.o 91 a paltry ring*..

vast river of unfailing...... 312 Bide-ride out to church from.a 369 give me the ring of mine*.. c305 the r's did the trees excel.. j 436 'tis time to ride.............g 372

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could not withhold thy rig*..a 460 river at my garden's end....e 463 Rider-steed and r. are lying...i 457 Ripe-when corn is r. 'tis time..$ 43 smooth the gliding river....0330

as a steed that knows his r.,r 322 because the time was ripe....r 36 gloomily to yon pale river...: 441 Ridicule-ever-ready notes of r.. 27 r. for exploits and mighty*..q487

stream is the river Timo. ..8 427 sacred to r. his whole life.... 336 hour to hour, we ripe and*. .t 234 sees a r. rushing swiftly...m 430 Ridiculous-sublime and the r.d 407 scholar, and a ripe*..........6 406

the brook and river meet ... 487 ridiculous, and dead, forgot.e 234 world is ripe for spring ......C270 princess of r's, how I love...m 364

they be never so ridiculous*.2116 blossom first, will first be r.*n 295 see the r's, how they.run..in 364 Riding-near her highest noon.k 275 her years were ripe......... f 486 beautiful r.) golden shining.o 364 Rifle-rifle in hand, I roam'd.... u 53 Ripened-honeysuckles, r. by*.n 142 O lovely river of Yoette ..... 365 Rift-sunshine r's of splendor.a 133 field grew and ripened....

.e 295 r., born of sun and shower..1 365 little rift within the lute....g 284 ripened thro' delay..........a 136 two ways the rivers leap...m 365 Right-right alone teaches.......w 2 | Ripest-ripest fruit first falls*...e 87 shallow r's, to whose falls...n 365

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