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primrose by the r's brim ...s 131 Joan and goodman Robin....: 63 as they r. grow deep and...m 315 new-blown lilies of ther....6 133 sing, robin, sing..

swells and rolls away.......

f 407 along ther's summer walk ..o 134 the robin, the forerunner .. 1271 rolls its awful burden... deepestr's make least din... y 383 r. whistles far and nigh.

r. back the sound of.. Lethe, the river of oblivion.h 390 upon the robin's breast.....k 373 Rollod-snake, roll'd in a*......cc 87 River-child-its r-c. to slecp... j 256 robins call robins through..n270 mighty, mystic stream has r. j 363 Rivet-closing rivets up*......k 460 sweet Robin is all my joy* .gg 436 Rollest-thou rollest now...... 4:33 Rivilin-r. wildest! do I not ...0 364 Rock-piecemeal on the rock ...941 Rolling-flood of time is r. on,z 4.1 Rivulet-the merry rivulet ....d 273 come all! this rock shall fly.h 72 Roman-Romans, countrymeny14

in little r's of light. ...... 275 with r's unscaleable*........ n 69 than such & Roman*. the waves of the rivulet ....h 212 to the Plymouth Rock......p 70 are yet two R's living such* aa 155 bring r's to their springs. ..l 417 rocks moan wildly as it......

../ 90 a Roman's part..... myriads of r's hurrying.....p 286 calling 'mong the rocks.....t 100 after the high R. fashion*...d 401 Road-takes no private road..... i 20 where yon rocks the stream c 141 let rather Roman come.. ...206

o'er the meadow road is.....10 41 weed flung from the rock...) 117 'twas glory once to be a R...1179 road, winding slow . .........4141 low-brow'd r. hang nodding q143

this Roman grandeur..... the unfrequented road...... 156 about the lichen'd rocks.... 1144 above all Roman fame......,115 the road would open........t 222 some rude interposing rock .e184 noblest Roman of them all. a 221 violets hiding from ther's... 126 the rocks pure gold*...... .q 258 Romance-of their own r..... * 378 nor, or ready way to virtue. f 453 the dark r', whose summer.e 273 parent of golden drcams, r...1 368 roads are wet where'er......e 404 skirting the r's at the forest.g 136 border-land of old romance..j366 I block the roads. ...........f 269 daisy blossoms on the rocks v 138 r. is the poetry of literature.k sis answer where any roads....k 494 on the rifts of the rocks..... 131 heaven of poetry and r..... 493 through life's dark road.....d 463 we find but desert rocks ....n 225 Rome-when R. falls—the world.a 59 a broad and ample r. whose.r 193 on risted rocks..... .......a 226

R. her own sad sepulchre.....159 see your r., another to cut..y 491 a sccret at home is like r's.. a 379 I am in Rome! oft as the....g 59 Roadside-golden rod of the r..f 141 on the rock or sand. ........h 207

thou art in Rome... a wast from the r. bank

on each rifted rock..........: 129 from Rome's far-reaching....6 72 Roam-ever let the fancy roam.f 116 forced by the rising rocks..m 123

of Cato, and of Rome........b117 I roam, whatever realms... u 260 rocks rich in gems.......... e 226 Pompey pass the streets of R*.c107 Roar-in my time heard lions r.* 1 41 to soften rocks, or bend. ....n 281

I loved Rome more*.

.: 261 music in its roar............ a 334 sharpened rocks of poverty..r 455 R., R.I thou art no more..... 365 r. of red-breathod cannon...w 458 main rocks of diamond.....m 352 keep his state in Rome*....368 loosened aggravated roar.... a 405 streams the rock did........ j 436 no other quarrel else to R...A 159

oak trces roar with joy......l 409 as to a rock against which...9317 that our renowned Romet...b 184 Roaring-r's around the coral...t 56 from rock to rock leaps.....9322 Romeo-R., press one heavy.....191 Roast-her that ruled the rost .h 302 r's whereon greatest men... 2 491 tongue that speaks but I'*.n 103

yet smelt roast meat........d 302 down from the rifted rock... 8 467 give me my Romco*. ..€ 246 Robs-r. me of that which* ....... 50 founded on a Rock....,

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R.I wherefore art thou ,R*... i 498 would not rob one of a.

minor spots of r. and verdure.c 30 Romney-cousin R. gathered...d 101 robs the vast sea* ....a 419 and between the rocks......0382 Roof-no r. to shrowd his head. .r 67 rather than rob me of the*..k 215 living rock, like some, ...... r 382 roof of gold, or r. of thatch...981 thief which sourly r's from*.g 460 the gauntr's all were bare.. .h 422 wild-rose r's the the ruined.c 155 he robe himself that*......aa 418 brown rocks left bare........1 122 that consecrated roof...... 258 robe poverty of its sharpest..e 342 cradles rock us nearer to the q 428 r. was dry with oaths of*..... 24 Robbed-ther. that smiles*..aa 418 towns like the living rock...r 43) beneath the roof of love.....6 250 Robbing-by r. Peter he paid..y 162 Rocked-swell-rocked Europe...6 72 an under-r, of doleful gray..d 226 Robo-new robes, and may not..n 13 rocked by the impulse.......a31 green roof of trees.......... 406 cast our robes away...

when rocked to rest on....... u 59 spread the roof above them.c 432 winter robe of purest white.j 378 Rocky-search the rocky........d 32 on the roofs of the living....p 393 in a robe of clouds........

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pursue through r. passes.....c42 thro' the arched r, in words. € 321 azure robe of night..... g 167 Rod-r, of empire might have...n 48 beneath this r. at midnight.p 3:26 in a robe of darkest grain...d 203 rod twelve feet long, and....k 123 roofs of tile, beneath........2316 my robe and my integrity* h 455 rod and bird of peace*.

roofs that our srail hands...a 185 nor the judges robe*. 1 263 spare the rod and spoil......2 293 wall and r. and pavement...d 489 robes loosely flowing.

Latin by the tingling rod...d 492 Rook-the building r. 'ill caw ... 32 robes ye woave another.....4 119 all humbled, kiss the rod*...k 246 rook who high amid the .....c 32 unfold thy robes of purest.. u 145 Rode-she rode forth............A 54 Room-hushed and darkened r..1 r. she neither sew'd nor.....c146 Roger-Roger's my dog..

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fill another room in hell.....d 84 sommer gathers up her r's..r 376 Rogue-rogues obey you well....t 48 heart with r. for every joy ...j 65 r. and furr'd gowns hide*...y384 the rogue and fool by....

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into my little room above....096 Robin-bang the robin, the... ...k 22 inch that is not fool, is r....t 491 like other fools to fill a r..z 162 poor robin sits and sings..

what a frosty, spirited r. 18*..Z 499 round my room my silent, .1 229 the wood-robin sings at...

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place of rogues and thieves.. i 347 give her larger room.

....... 156 robin, hunger-silent now....d 31 busy and insinuating r.*....k 387 infinite riches in a little r...: 265 poor robin, driven in by.. .....e 31 Roll-I am not in the roll of*....

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r. can there be for friendship.&175 the robin red-breast till.

idly busy rolls their world.m 205 paradise hath r. for you..... 18 robin and all the rest...

h 31 will roll us shoreward soon.bb 323 I have a r., whereinto....... 1261 there sits a robin on the .... ..k 31 the great ages onward roll...c 392 every room hath blaz'd*....0 264 robin is yet flowerless.......m 31 r. of your departing voices... 422 room so warm and bright....1199 bittle cheerful robin..........131 rolls the changing year...1370 fills the r. up of my absent*.g 187

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there is no room for wit.....1 471 0, give the breathing rose..a 154 Rot-we rot and rot*........... 23

sunken pleasures to make r.c 389 r's that in deserts bloom and.e 154 cold obstruction, and to r.*..d 176 Root-deeper their vile root....y 7 when the parent r. decays..f 154 better rot beneath the sod... i 431

with more pernicious root*..f 17 rose is sweetest washed ....m 154 Rotation-vain r's of the day...p 392 beneath the tangled roots ..d 124 as sweet as damask roses*.

...o 154 Rote-words learn 'd by rote....f 414 is principle, and has its r...6 241 lap of the crimson rose*

he understood by rote.......0350 nips his r., and then he*. ...1235 was nothing buta r. I gave..v 154 Rotten-apple r. at the heart*..aa 87 the root of all evil ....... ..h 462 how fair is the rose..

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r. in the state of Denmark*.W 340 root away the noisome*... * 195 his blood to the nose ........ 125 Rottenness-turned tor........u 200 shaken to their roots. .......g 421 rose, what has become of...j 126 Rotting-ships sailorless lay r...f 78 thy r. is even in the grave,m 152

beneath the unrivalled rose. i 126 mean and mighty, rotting*..q 104 the tree of deepest root....,k 239 my rose, so red .........m 126 Rough-r. winds do shake* humility, that low sweet r..e 203 the roses were all in bloom..l 159 distance, rough at hand.....a 242 is the root of misfortune....k 206 for happy hours the rose.... i 149 though he was r., he was....e 220

flowers took thickest root...9 474 pluck that rose for me ......k 239 Roughen-hard toil can r......m 483 Rope-dancer, climbs the rope.

f 303 roses are not of winter .....W 240 Rough-hew-them how we will* c 349 Rose-r's for the flush of youth ..86 the rose of thine own being..f 279 Rouleau-how beauteous are r's f 462

rose, where all are roses...j 18 that which we call a rose* ..I 284 Round-r. these, with tendrils... y 40 the rore, the queen of roses...j 18 will there not be more r's... i 375 largeness, but th'exactly r..m 58 a garland for the rose........k 18 rose's trembling leaves.....m 376

r. of life from hour to hour..w 58 with the half-blown rose*....a 19 roses of pleasure seldom.....1324 a little round, fat, oily......6 318 r's newly washed with dew*.c 19 the scent to the rose........ 262

once circling in its placid r..( 444 her passion is to seek r's.....g 28 for women are as rose's*. ...w 246 r. every windward stake ....n 393 r. looks out in the valley.....t 28 the rose and the lily.. ....c 242 round and round the sand..k 422 rose with much of hope..

a r., vast as the heavens ....k 410 Rounded-little life is r.* .......997 r's kindled into thought .....8 35 all as rich as a rose can be...k 410 who rounded in his palm....y 403 most fade and r's wither ....6 87 r. leaves fall into billows of.k 410 Roundelay-a woodland r....... a 23 I no more desire a rose*......067 tincture of the roses* ..f 315

Rouse-r. the lion from his lair. w 12 the rose and the thorn.......g 68 & fabric huge rose like ......n 494 stirs to rouse a lion*..........972 as soon seek roses............p 75 sweet r’s haunt the hedges..g 371 Rout-that keep a mighty rout.g 135 the rose distill'd ...........d 94 winds on breathing r's blow.8 372

where meet a public rout... 256 wild roses on the spray......c 97 summer is crowned with r's.y 374 Routed-r. the whole troop..... 456 and the roses bloom alway..t 143 too rough, for r’s to stay after.2151 Rove-banks, while free to r....e 366 the musk of the r's blown..w 161 a wreath of dewy roses......6 152 Roved-I have r. from wild.....r 262 roses red and violets blew...b 131 the fairest is the rose........c 153

Rover-shoots at ris, shooting..g 321 r. in a mist when his race .. bring ris, beautiful fresh ris.h 154 Rowan-waves his scarlet plume 1432 rosea, roses, all the way.....c 126 within the bosom of ther...a 155

R's were like brothers ... I the lily be, and thou the r..1126 r. has but a summer-reign..a 139 Royal-look where r. roses burn.: 152 the berries of the brier rose.n 126

where roses and lilies and... 211 royal clouds are they........d 411 or the royal-hearted rose....p 126 that opening roses yield.....t 271

r. river, born of sun and....1365 plant a white r. at my feet..h 127 80 sweet, so sweet the roses.g 272 royal makings of a queen*.. a 368 the rose is fragrant..........1127 a rose upon the wall.........k 239 O beautiful, royal rose ......c 152 r. her grateful fragrance....0127 as a dream the fabric rose...p 382

enforc'd to farm our royal*...m 368 rose-red heaps or snowy....g 128 fair ladies, mask'l are roses* $ 476 our purposes, and, being r.*.8 409 r. leaves herself upon the...r 128 he wears the r's of youth*...p 487 Royalty-do I assume these r's.. i 367 roses knotted oaks adorn,...t 129 bees around a rose..........a 401

frame them to r. unlearn'd*.$ 367 rose is fairest when 'tis.. r's blossom'd by each rustic.k 441

Rub-there's the rub*

..9391 sweet is the rose...... .d 131 rose was awake all night for. i 434 Rubbish-the r. of a throng.....a 48 shower of Persian roses.....,j131 bloom and budding rose......1 435 Rubric-is thy name in the r...g 450 the red rose cries.....

.m 131 roses, fair and brief .........b 438 Ruby-ruby of your cheeks*.. the white rose weeps....

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the first r's of the year shall.r 184

those be r's, fairy favours*. f 137 with r's musky-breathed....n 131 r's fade, and shadows shift..z 491 the vineyard's r. treasures... i 376 she wore a wreath of roses... 151 Roseate-no longer r. now, nor. i 151

like a r. from the horizon's. f 411 rose that all are praising....c 151 Rose-bud-a white r-b. for &....g 151

is all with rubies as it were..e 411 a roee as fair as ever saw....e 151 r-b's in the morning dew...q 151 Rudder-soul, like bark with r.f 327 Oh r.] who dares to name.... i 151 I wish I might a r-b. grow ... 152 Ruddy-bird of ruddy breast....c 31 smell a r. through a fence..m 151 gather ye r-b's while you....n 152 dear, as the ruddy drops....k 169 r. that lives its little hour ..0 151 sweet is the rose-bud..

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dear to me as are the ruddy*.e 465 O beautiful, royal rose......c 152 r-b's scarcely show'd their..g 153 Rude-thy breath be rude*..... i 476 O rose, my red, red rose ....C 152 rose-bud set with little...... i 478 Rue-shall be filled with rue...b 155 it never rains roses.........e 152 no rose-bud is nigh..

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Ruff-that touched the ruff....6 116 it is written on the rose ....k 152 I watched a r-b. very long...j 154 Ruffian-r's dance and leap*...m 460 rose, with beauty fraught...l 152 O happy rose-bud blooming.k 154 ancient r., sir, whose life*...c 322 o Wensl thy r's came to me .t 152 like r-b's filld with snow.... i 303 Ruffle-like sending them r's..k 492 I will make thee a bed ofr's.w 152 Rose-grove-blushing in pride.c 155 Ruffling-r., the blue deep's.... € 466 the fairest is the rose .......c 153 Rosemary-dreary rosmarye....

...f 156 Rugged-about the r. places....d 158 r's on one slender spray ....h 153 r., that's for remembrance*.h 156 the r. trees are mingling.....j 143 robe of the garden.......... 153 Rose-scented-daisies are r-s...p 138 Ruin-would ruin a person or a.d 42 Graces love to wreath the r..q 153 Rose-thought-for God's r-t.....v 152 whom God to r. has design'd.p 117 r's do not shed their ray ....2 153 Rose-tree-pretty rose-tree......: 153 the ruin that it feeds upon..k 143 'tis the last rose of summer.v 153 | Rosy-and left the daisies rosy f 139 creepeth o'er ruins old......2 143

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how lovely yet thy ruins....j 165 he that fights and r's away...p 73 maketh the light heart sad..p 372
fires of ruin glow....... .d 167 so runs the world away*.....l 119 ead, with all his rising train.i 378
ruins of their ancient oak... i 447 not poetry, but prose r. mad.v 336 at the close of each sad.....da 206
lures men to their ruin......j313 conquer love, that run away.l 240 sad when he sets............. 157
man marks the earth with r.s 322 three that run away, and fly.u 456 rich men look sad*
what numbers ruin shun...

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r.through woods and meads.n 364 sad unhelpful tears* ....... 416
in green ruing, in the ... ...w 382 they stumble, that run fast*.2 191 sad when I bave a cause*... 445
ruin hath taught me*.......k 427 luster, he that runs may....a

..a 444 twilight is sad and cloudy... 446
the r's of the noblest man*.

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run to meet what he would.dd 494 8. by fits, by starts 'twas wild: 490
sitting amid their ruins..... 262 run, run, Orlando*..........1 477 sad stories of the death of... 367
behind it r. and desolation..g 404 runs through the realm of...8 427 be sad good brothers* ........ 369
amid the ruins of tho past. .h 365 should still run gold dust...i 424 impious in a good man to be s. 363
prostrate the beauteous ruin.t 368 runs for ages without....... 430 which now is sad............12
I do love these ancient r's...u 368 Rung--no ponderous axes rung.n 74

sad words of tongue or pen.: 356
ruin fiercely drives her..... v 368 Rupert-the Rupert of debate .w 493 the world was sad ...........p 473
temple in ruin stands.......8 368 Rural-r. sounds exhilirate......8 69 Saddened-s, with a shower.... 332
without inhabitant, to ruin j 356 mute is the voice of rural....c 369 Sadder-a s. and a wiser man...A 100
atoms or systems into ruin..r 348 Rush-on ye brave, who rush..h 457 sadder than owl-songs....... 347

adorner of the ruin.........c 423 there rushes between ....... 326 Saddest-s. of the year........ .875
Ruinate-r. proud buildings*..c 427 r's strewed, cobwebs swept*.q 302 those that tell of s. thought.p 369
Ruined-that are ruined are r... 47 Rushed-r. together at last....w 242 the saddest are these......

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me with thee hath ruined ..a 167 Rushing-where the r. waters..o 141 Sadly-in a s. pleasing strain...C283
new life on a ruined life.....1 233 r. now adown the spout.....t 461 looks sadly upon him......k 194

be r. at our own request.....u 344 Russet-the r. leaves obstruct..f 273 Sadness-cheer,a little, April's s..€ 372
Ruinous-lest growing ruinous* j 262 Russian-the rugged R. bear*..w 72 lasting 8. of an aching heart.A 202
Rule-Brittania r's the waves...9 69 Rust-sacred rust of twice ten..h 13 feeling of s. and longing.....1379

and slaves to rusty rules..... 75 which never taketh rust....p 224 can I but relive in sadness... 6)
when I read rules of.........m 75 the dark rust assaileth..... 0 225 I with sadness wept.......... 234
what is pomp, rule, reign*...1 85 better to wear out than to r.b 483 beauty and sadness alwayago. f 494
derive his rule of action .....U 98 Rustic-r. arbor, which the....k 131 mirth fate turns to sudden 8.* 1997
the earth, and r. the night...8 402 Rustle-in the autumn wind r..1375 songs of 8. and of mirth..... 385
friendship's laws are by this r.a174 a mournful rustle....

...........e 261 Safe-lie safe in our hearts...

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the rule of many is not well.o 366 Rustling-r. in unpaid-for silk*.d 347 safe bind, safe find. ........914
rule of not too much.... ....u 417 Rusty-fighting was grown r...a 457

safe and sound your trust...0 474
gospel of the golden rule....n 317

be silent and safe ............ 333
to follow rule and climb....m 199

who shrink from shame aro 8,n 450
and loving, may his rule be*.j 174 Sabbath-the 8. of my days ......p 6 Safely-through these wonders.i 20
beneath the rule of men.....$ 299 let a cat on the S. say "mow," i 369 Safest-the lowest, builds the s.. 201
apron, and thy rule*.........1 301 • Christians,Jews,one 8. keep.j 369 8. and seemliest by her....... 23
rule by patience .....

the Sabbaths of eternity ....k 369 Safety-a pot of ale, and e.*......73
old rule suficeth them......$ 342 the Sabbath loves the poor..k 341 always safety in valor....... 450
head with strongest bias r's.u 346 Sable-I'll have a suit of s'g*....f 93 valour to act in safety*...... 470
woman rules us still. .......p 475 drew her sablo curtain down.a 288 them,and in ourselves,ours*cc 497
seek for rulo, supremacy*...y 476 Sabean-8. odours from the....y 314 wo pluck this flower, a......1 498
fashion, the arbiter and r....t 116 Sacerdotal-thou s. gain.......6 412 Saffron-the s. flower clear as... i 156
ill can he r. the great that...j 183 Sack-this intolerable deal of 8.*p 214 Sage-wits and musing sages...p 37
by the scanty rule...... ..j 353 Sacramental-God pours like s...f 31 holy sages once did sing.. . 57
declared absolute rule.... ..h 367 Sacred-all sacred deem the bird.c 31 was a sage 'tis true...... .6 204
imagination r's the world...y 206 sacred held a martin's nest...g 31 with the old sages..
winter rules the year........ 378 a s. and home.felt delight....k 35 said by ancient sages.......k 236
winter comes, to rule the....i 378 daisies upon the s.sward....q 138 let sage and cynic prattle....b 241
worthy to r., and only he....g 379 our chosen sacred hours..... i 170 just less than sage ..........p 311
if she r's him, never shows..1 257 sacred joys of home depend..c 198 sage, and can command...... 460

he over thee shall rule.....aa 203 sacred because our hands...a 297 the dozing sages drop.......a 321
Ruled-in all things ruled.......277 more sacred than the blood.w 299

sages have seen in thy face.y 394
when men are r. by women*.h 183 sacred in my eyes..........m 327 we thought as a sage........ 489

hath r. in the greenwood ...k 438 all true work is sacred...... 482 s, is no better than the fool.1 319
Ruler-winter! ruler of the....e 377 Sacredness-upon its 8.........k 443 you homely, make you sage. : 4:35

one sole ruler,--his law......j 494 Sacrifice-the law of 8. takes.... 98 sages said, all poets sung...p 474

gaze of the r. of heaven .....0 446 a solemn sacrifice, performed.o 99 Said-much may be said........A 14
Ruling-search then ther......$ 244 made up of petty sacrifices.w 255 what you have said.........963

shall feel yourr. passion....a 327 forbade the patriarch's 8.... 280 never to himself bath said ... 71

the r. passion, be it what....c 327 sacrifice is the first......... 357 'twas no matter what he s...1 490
Rumble-r's reluctant o'er our.c 422 prayers one sweet sacrifice*.d 346 little 8, is soonest mended...k 501
Ruminate-me thus to r.*......k 427 as from fires of sacrifices....I 135 easily be thonght than sid.g 188
Rumor-that pitiful r. may*....063 conscious virtue and s......k 445 cares not a pin what they s.m 2019

forth the noiso and rumour*.h 356 Sad-what makes old age so sad... 6 already s. what shall betide.j 409
r. is a pipe blown by*. ......1368 your sad tires in a* ..........m 54 Sail-whirring sail goes round... »
r. of oppression and deceit... 394 I'll be-sad for nae-body.......965

than bear so low a sail....... 65
Run-so r's the round of life....w 58 he was nor sad nor merry*..p 108 sail on 0 ship of state.......... 10

it runs as runs the tide....... 45 experience to make me sad*.d 163 set overy threadbare sail.....0 90

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ma-mark of my utmost sail*.4 84 still I think of them the s... 171 none but God can satisfy....035
Bail forth into the sca .......2257 Sancho Panza-am I............ 43 no great object s's the mind.r 421
as we sail through life.......
..f170 Sanctified-high purpose s. by p 315

and while it satisfies........0266
let them . for Porto Rique..e 212 Sanction-to sanction vice,....0 451 Saturday-betwix a 8. and.....6 369
rigged out with sails of fire.d 411 sanction of the God.........1367 Saturn-Saturn gave the nod*..p 366
I turn my sail...

.8 261 Sanctity-kissing is as full of s.*0 221 Satyr-to this, Hyperion to a 8.*.c 368
sails with him as he sails...a 311 God attributes to place no B. o 197 Sauce-cloyless s. his appetite*..v 13
ray what glimmering sail...u 381 Sanctuarize-should murder 6.* c 498 rich sauces are worse........m 99
fills the white and rustling s.k 463 Sanctuary-in hell, as in a 8.*..e 258 what is sauce for the goose..k 104
spread the sail.....

j 313 desire to raise the s.*........k 268 sauce to meat is ceremony*..1107
behold the threaden sails*... k 313 his love the life-long e.......e 241 satire's the s., high-season'd.o 293
with her swelling sails......2313

taking s. in the crowd.......k 298 Saucy-many 8. airs we meet...c 492
not a ship thats's the ocean.m 381 neglect God's ancient s's....a 485 Savage-no 8. fierce, bandite.....a 51

bigotry may swell the sail...h 488 Sand-on the flat s's hoard your.n 21 we feel our savage kin......m 147
Hailed-ihat s. for sunny isles.. i 381 as stairs of sand*.............v73 to sooth a savage breast.....n 281
Sailest-8. wide to other lands...a 22 seas, if all their s.were pearl*. 258 somewhat of the s. beast.....t393
Sailing-cloudlets are lazily s... m 59 the sands are numbered*....9 535 Savageness-sing thes.out of*.6 386

8. with supreme dominion...f 24 silent s's hast wandered.....f 366 Save-desire to shield and save..h 41
Sailor-a sailor when the prize.n 216 passed over the white sands. o 382 and delight to save ..........141
sailor at the wheel...... .n 313

o'er and o'er the sand. ......k 422 8. me from the candid friend.n 42
sailors (rocze with fears..... i 404

with petals, dipped in sand. .1 146 God 8. our gracious king....U 250
the sailor to his wife........ 313 latest s's are its s's of gold. .6 182 just th' unjust to save...... 356

winds that sailors rail at*...e 393 stems & stream with sand...j 245 only, is the power to save...k 357
Sailorless-ships 8. lay rotting..f 78 Andrew dock'd in sand*..... but once to g. our country.. a 329
Saint-the faith of saints........k 49 when my latest s. twinkled..c 466 if a world could save me....r 444
crape is twice a saint in lawn i 50

in the s's, thee I'll rake up*. u 497 Saved-part I have s. my life*...$ 94
no silver saints, by......

small sands the mountain...v 442 B. all when he nothing said..m 74
by all the saints in heaven*..: 78

round and round the sand... k 422 be souls must not be saved*.h 194
crew of errant saints......... 95 a handful of red sand....... 424 what's saved affords...... ..j 238
s's doth bit thy hook*...... 102 Sandal-with winged b's shod...t 10 all Europe sav'd, yet Britain.n 319
all in white, like a saint.....c 145 | Sandal-shoon-upon my "8-8".. 262 saved others' names ........9 203
baint abroad, an a devil.....k 204 Sandy-here and there, on s...n 132 Savings-bank-should be a s-b.u 487
relics of the ancient saints..h 229 Sang-danced and s. from morn*.o 65 Saviour-8. was born this...... 167
this no 8. preaches, and this.. 179

8. in tones of deep emotion..t 385 season comes wherein our 8's*i 26
images of canoniz'd saints*.p 197 as her melody she sang...... 371 crimsoned with thy S's....f 31
wandering a's, poor huts....j 333 that sang of trees...........0 467

thus the 8. said, that we....l 145
8. when most I play the ... aa 452 Sanguinaria-s. from whose....e 134

not he who scorns the S's....y 204
the saint sustained it.......1 451 Sank-down s. the great red sun.g 411 O s. of the silver-coasted....6 501
worst of madmen is a s. run.e 338 Sap-stalks with honeyed sap... 148 head upon the S's breast....6 443
s's will aid if men will call..a 344 I wonder if the s. is stirring.6373 kiss her Saviour stung.....1 472
weakest 8. upon his knees...6 344

without their sap, how......d 214 Savor-were sette of swete 8....t 151
great men may jest with a's*.a 472

infect thy sap, and live on*.w 195 as they came a genial savour,c 302
saints in your injuries*...... 478 Sapless-the s. habit daily........15 Savory-s. latter-mint and.....0 128
Bake-not for sake of some.....v 240 Sapphire-like s., pearl* . ...... k 130 Say-if I could say how much*.r 383

to love truth for truth's s...q 444 Sappho-burning 8. loved and..c 374 can I s. better than silence..c383
for whose sweet sake that... 356 Sat-the tyrant never sat........$ 86 Saw-saw and pined his loss.... U 90

would be for your sake......p 482 troublesome it s. upon my*.u 367 he saw; but blasted with ....93
Sale-to things of sale*. . f 311 Satan-8., hous'd within this*. ... 78 tbey 8., and thitherward.... i 138
smiling at the sala of truth..j 200

Batan stood unterrified....... 92 I camo, 8., and overcamet... 452,
Sally-noble sallics of the soul, a 396

satan exalted eat.............6 93 his saws are toothless ...... 301
Salmon-seeks a fresherstream.m 231

satan, so call him now.......c 93 Maker 83w, took pity........ 476
docs the s. vault...... ..m 123

8. finds somo mischief still..$ 205 or of saw was there.........p 382
Salt-call it attic salt...........075 so satan, whom repulse......z 331 Sawing-squaring.s., mortising a 302

universal salt of states... .p 79 batan o'ercomes none but by.6 418 Say-not afraid to say his say...v 71
ere yet the salt of most*.....9 257 met the sworl of satan......0 458 live to say, the dog is dead*.w 363
wit is the s. of conversation.m 471 satan trembles when he sees.6 341 I should s. my tears gainsay*d 417
why dost thou shun the salt g 330 Satire-let satire be my song...f 162

does or s's, I must be good..a 199
an island salt and bare......C 215 obvious satire, or implied...e 380 what will Mrs. Grundy say..c 324

the salt of human tears......l 427 satire is more than those....8 369 put what they have to say..d 297
Saltpetre-that villainous s*....y 73 satire's my weapon..........6370 I had a thing to say*........8 400
Salutation-twice dono 6. to* ...d 23 my satire seems too bold....c 370 say, that she frown*........m 477

loud shout’s and s's*........n 431 implicit satire on mankind..0 266 let mankind s. what they...p 478
Salute-s's the smiling guest....e 12 s's the sauce, high-season'd.o 293 say one thing and mcan.....e 385

golden sun s's the morn*....n 410 to-morrow is a s. on to-day..r 429 I say just what I think...... 333

thee to salute, kindly star...o 443 Satirist-s. of nature's school..... 27 you could s. Jack Robinson.dd 492
Salvation-fee-simple of his s*.k 163 a would-be satirist........... 305 who have nothing to say..du 493

tools of working out 8.......m 412 Satisfaction-s. for every soul..h 343 say they should have been ..t 304

should sce salvation........k 203 satisfied-paid that is wel s.*...8 63 kind of good deed to g. well*d 482
Salvo-patience is sorrow's 8. .6 328 jealousy is never satisiel...9215 what may words say ...1482
Samo-leave us and find us the s. u 45 this world never satisies...u 471 Saying-6. something sweet...m 270

never the e, for two........1383 | Satisfy-before did satis.y you*., 316 no: mine this saying........ 287

SAXON.

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SEA.

• 405

.......... 400

... 423

........ 199

.....C 406

P 365

.....9 410

Siron-S., Nɔrmin, or the Dane.v 26 Sceptred-tyraut bloody s.*....7 448 Wo scorn her most*..........: 165
Scabbard-glued to my A.......e 458 Scheld-S., or wandering Po....l 365 not ho who s's the Saviour's.y 204
Scaffold-forever on the s.....0 444 Scheme-the best laid scheme... 93 teach not thy lip such s.*... 221
Scale-scale thy wall by night...e 2 Scholar-8. who cherishes......h 405 scorn of scorn.....
it were good to scale.........9 242 resources of the scholar.....k 405 scorn her own imagot...

..7 285
s's bedropped with gold.....b 124 scholar, what is fame....... 405 seemed in their song to 8... j 4:33
man should s. the heavens. q 179 ills the scholar's life assail...o 405 vengeance there is noble s..2 491
to s. their flinty bulwarks*..4 180 business of a scholar,

at every trifle scorn to take.r 412
held the scale of Empire.....t 295 the mind of the scholar.....405 Scorned-fury like a woman 8..a 192
while scale in hand...

.........8 307

thou art a scholar...........8 405 scorn'd his spirit that*......9333
Scalp-behind his s, is naked..,0427 where should the s. live..... 406 he scorned his own, who felt.s 332
Scaly-no beauty in the s. folds.v 145 scholar, and a ripe*.

hooted for his nudities, and 8.3484
Scan-scan your brother man. j 228 the land of scholars.. ..m 492 Scorner-thou s. of the ground..k2

presume not God to scan...h 254 the ink of the scholar. .8 299 Scornful-dart not s. glancos...p 51

if unprejudiced you scan...k 254 Scholarship-save by accident..n 342 Scot-Scots whom Bruce bas... 456
Scandal-give virtue scandal..u 339 School-pay to ancient schools..975 and brither Scots.....

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greatest s. waits on greatest*.d 186 like snail unwillingly to s.* .c 406 Scotchman-which a 8. ever sees i 69
praise undeserved is 8.......c 343 his bed shall seem a school*.r 414 may be made of a S..

8. of men is everlasting .....d 387 whose kingdom is a school..d 304 Scotland-but one hour of 8.....d 69
Scar-a scar nobly got*...

those, without our schools..6 299 the flowers o' Scotland.......157
semblance of a appallid...d 457 we'll set thee to school*......1301 lovely flowers of Scotland....b13
and dishonest scars......... 458 School-boy-s-b., with his*.

shivered was fair 8's spear..a 459
closed without a scar. ......0 485 s-b. whips his taxed top..... : 183 in Scotland, as the term of*.p 121

d's, that never felt a wound*.q 485 motion of a s-b's tonçue*. ..p 479 Scottish-took her for some 8.. j 437
Scare-crow-a s-c. of the law*..r 308 Schoolmaster-s's will I keep*..h 304 Scoundrel-last refuge of a 8....1329
Scared-out of his seven senses.c 121 s's puzzle their brain...... .e 468 Scourge-iron s. and tort'ring....CH
Scarf-8. the knight the daisy..r 138 Schuylkill-along by the S..

lifts high his s. of fire.......9 410
skarf up the tender eye*....k 289 Science-cometh all this new s..i 37 with them scourge the bad* 289
Scarlet-pious bird with s. breast.131 science young and bright...g287 Scrap-happier scrap capricions a 48
'scarlet croeper loves the elm.1131

8. that gives us any rest.....k 407 s's are good deeds sast*...... 436
sorrow and the scarlet leaf...1376

science sees signs....

..........0 492 | Scrape-footsteps 8. the marble.i 164
far and wide, in a scarlet tide.r 149 science frowned not.........c 260 Scratched-that is but s.*......349

poppies show their s. coats.u 149 no 8. fairly worth the seven.w 379 Scrawl-the worse the scrawl... 309
Scattering-s's of the hills. .. 149

the keys of sciences ........i 226 Scream-such screams to hear.p 211
s. wide the blaze of day.

holds the eel of s. by the tailj 209 Screen-just for a screen.......e 857
Sceno-good man's shining scene. f 5 science, is like virtue.......i 370 a charming Indian scroen... 360

bear me to sequester'd s's....670 I value science............ .e370 Screw-scrow your courage up*.. 72
to own dear native scenes ..d 70 to moral and political s.....h 340 Scribbled-being 8. o'er,should*r 267
pageant fill the splendid s...g 376 in s., read by preference.....v 353 Scribbler-a monthly 8. of some..S05
gay gilded 8's and shining..v 334 hardest science to forget...

ev'ry busy little s. now......k 298
scenes at distance hail.......$ 200 science imagination........ 177 who shames a scribbler, i 300
and shuts the scene......... i 236 lies at the root of all science.x 196 s's to-day of every sort......C 150
View the whole scene........1 263 or to science been given..

no little scribbler is of wit..p 305
each scene, a different dish..0 293 8. is certainty, is truth...... f370 Scribe-undoes the scribe......9307
in every scene some moral..6 294 Sciential-bloom of those 8.. ... 229 Scrip-ope his leathern scrip...9309
our s. precariously subsists..c 294 Scion-herself the solitary s....n 394 Scripture-with a piece of 8.*. 105
live over each scene.........d 294 Scissors-his man with 8*......e322 Scriptures of the skies ......c 403
love gilds tho sceno. .....d478 Scoff-fools, who came to scoff.1 444 devil can cite Scripture*....9351
concerns of an eternal scene.i 428 Scoffing-antic sits, scoffing....m 85 S's, though not everywhere..1357

scene wherein we play in*..7 481 Scopo-to give the people s.*...8 448 Ho formed it, and that was 6. 293
Sceneshister-8., boxkoeper....a 294 Score-would muster many a 8..p 89 Scruple-some 8. rose, but...... 6
Scent-the scent of bean fields..c 134 paid his score*.

.80 326 Scrutiny-s. is but a discovery.# 23
the scent of the roses........

...j 153

the score and the tally*....f 318 Scud-alights, and scuds....... 427
scent in every leaf is mine..r 155 Scorn-mcanest wretch they s...135 Sculler-physician, like a s.....k 309
to scent the desert..........g 156 the hand of scorn*. .........C 65 Sculptor-not a great s. or..... 276
a scent most disagreeable....t 157 a deal of scorn look*..........: 65 Sculpture-s., speak as with... 263
to scent the evening sky.... 160 sound of public scorn........w C with bossy sculpture graven.k 236
for sweetest scents and airs.q 277 s's to bend to mcan devices..971 | Sculptured-watch thy s. form.m 146
sometimes a s. of violots....01:28 rally here, and scorn to fly..m 71 heart into these 8. stones... j 296
whose scent the fair annoys.r 320 fools may our scorn......... 103 Scutcheon-with s’s blazon'd.. j 822
thorn that s's the evening...6 441 road, to doubt, or read to s..i 449 Scylla-when I shun Seyila*..dd 499
balms their scents deliver..u 325 and scorns to mend.........k 298 Scythe-the mower's scythe.....1 26

I scent no flowery gust....... 48} look of scorn I cannot brave.a 397 turns aside his s. to vulgar. 486
Scented-the air with s. plumes.n 375 scorn insult our solemn woe k 398 mower's scythe thy greens..q 370
Sceptre-a sceptre to control*....67 heart she s's our poverty*...e 347 Sea-into time's infinite sea......16
sccptre and crown.......

..885

B. at first, makes after-love* .h 477 bark o'er a tempestuous sea.....6
in Arno like a shoaf of s's... 150 disdain and scorn*.

..9110

first gem of the sea............28
her loaden sceptre o'er.......j 290 I am held in scorn..........0 149 thou dweller by the sea...... 23
on his throne his sceptre.... a 367 and scorn to give aught.. .d 251 white foam of the sea........ 24
now by my sceptre's awe*. .k 219

scorn to gain a friend......m 170 everlasting sea proclaims ....456
his sceptre shows the forco* j 263 with playful scorn........

..(276

a transparent amber sea......459

.... 244

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