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Wrath, soft answer turneth away, | Years, dim with the mist of, 259.

live in deeds, not, 282.
let not the sun go down Yesterdays have lighted fools, 52.
upon your, 23.

cheerful, 240.
-, nursing her, to keep it Yoke, part of Flanders hath re-
warm, 221.

ceived our, 168.
Wreck of matter, 150.

Yorick! alas poor, 85.
Wretches, poor naked, 70. York, this sun of, 60.

feel what, feel, 70. Young, and now am old, 5.

-hang that jurymen may when my bosom was, 250.
dine, 164.

and both were, 267.
Writ, and what is, is writ, 263. Yours, as if her merit lessened,
Write, to, and read comes by na- 192.

Youth, remember thy Creator, 9.
well hereafter, 127.

in the morn and liquid
Writer, pen of a ready, 5.

dew, 77.
Writing, true case in, 162.

at the prow, 195.
Wrong, always in the, 122.

gives to her mind what he
Wrongs unredressed, 239.

steals from her, 192.
Wroth with one we love, 242.

to fame unknown, 197.

of labor, with an age of
Year, starry girdle of the, 249.
saddest day of the, 285.

ture, 33.

friends in, 242.
Years, we spend our, 6.

love of life increased with, Zealots, graceless, 156.

ease, 202.



Action and counteraction, 369. Begone, dull care, 377.
Acts our angels, 333.

Beneath the good how far, 348.
Adam's fall we sinned all, 378. Bermoothes, still vexed, 318.
Adder, like the deaf, 313.

Berries, come to pluck your, 336.
Age, in a good old, 311.

Best administered, whate'er is,
master spirits of this, 327. 342.
Ages, once in the flight of, 357. Bibles laid open, 333.
All men have their price, 369. Birth nothing but our death, 345.
Amen stuck in my throat, 324. Biscuit, remainder, 322. [350.
Angels, our acts are, 333.

Bliss, which centres in the mind,
Another and the same, 354. Blue, deeply beautifully, 363.
Apollo's lute, musical'as, 122. Bold bad man, 332.
Apollos watered, 21.

Book and heart must never part,
Apples of gold, 314.

April day, uncertain glory of an, Books, spectacles of, 337.

Bosoms, come home to men's, 366.
Arabia, perfumes of, 325.

Boys, go a wooing in my, 377.
Architect of his own fortunes, 375. Brain, paper bullets of the, 320.
Armorers accomplishing the

, memory, warder of the, 324.
knights, 340.

too finely wrought, 351,
Art of God, 346.

Brains, cudgel thy, 330.
with curious, the brain, too Bread eaten in secret, 313.
finely wrought, 351.

only, man doth not live by,
Arts which I loved, 334.

Atheist's laugh, 352.

Bulwark, floating, 368.
Atticus, if, were he, 343.

Burglary, flat, 320.
Avon to the Severn runs, 356. Burden and heat of the day, 317.
Balm of hurt minds, 325.

Butter in a lordly dish, 312.
Bane of all that dread the Devil, Cadmean victory, 374.

Cæsar's wife should be above sus-
Be to her virtues very kind, 147. picion, 375.
Be that blind bard, 355.

Cambuscan bold, story of, 336.
Beard and hoary hair, 348. Castle, a man's house is his, 367.
Beast, a righteous man regardeth Catastrophe, I'll tickle your, 325.
the life of his, 313.

Cap, riband in the, 330.
Beauty calls and glory leads the Chaos of thought, 341.

Charmers, charming never
Beggars die, when, 327.

wisely, 313.

way, 339.


up. 340.

us, 360.

Cheap defence of nations, 369. Desert blossom as the rose, 316.
Chian strand, 355.

Devil, wonder how the, they got
Chief, vain was the, 343.

there, 164.
Chimes at midnight, 325. Devotion's visage, 330.
Choice and master spirits, 327. Die of a rose, 154.
Christian is the highest style of Discourse, such large, 320.
man, 345.

Doctrines clear, what makes, 337.
Chrysolite, one entire and perfect, Dotes yet doubts, 331.

Drunk, hasten to be, 338.
Church without a bishop, 373. Drunkard clasp his teeth, 338.
Clear as a whistle, 172.

Dry as the remainder biscuit, 322.
Clink of hammers, closing rivets Dyer's hand, like the, 331.

Earth, giants in the, 311.
Cloud of' witnesses, 317.

, way of all the, 312.
Coigne of vantage, 324.

forgat, all heaven around
Company, dog shall bear him, 341.
Concatenation accordingly, 349.

first flower of the, 361.
Condemn the fault, 320.

has no sorrow Heaven can-
Constant as the northern star, 327. not heal, 361.
Convolutions of a smooth-lipped Earth's noblest thing, 365.
shell, 240.

Eat, drink, and be merry, 315.
Corn, two ears of, 341.

End must justify the means, 339.
Country, left our, for our coun- Enemy, thing devised by the, 326.
try's good, 378.

Ephesian dome, 340.
Cradle stands in the grave, 345. Ere sin could blight, 245.
Cradles rock us, 345.

Eternities, two, 359.
Creature 's at his dirty work, 343. Eternity, opes the palace of, 335.
Cricket on the hearth, 336. Ever since the conquest, 143.
Cromwell damned to fame, 157. Evil, do, that good may come, 317.
Crown of sorrow, 364.

Exhalations, golden, 246.
Cudgel thy brains, 330.

Expectation makes a blessing dear,
Cunning in fence, 319.

Curst be the verse, 343.

Explain a thing till all men doubt
Custom always of the afternoon,

it, 344.

Eye not satisfied with seeing, 314.
Dagger of the mind, 324.

twinkling of an, 317.
Daggers, speak, 330.

pupil of the human, 361.
Damned, seen him, ere I chal- Eyeballs roll, 344.
lenged him, 319.

Eyes make pictures, 355.
Daughter of my father's house, light in woman's, 360.

Fail, no such word as, 365.
Day, burden and heat of, 317. Faint heart ne'er won fair lady,
Day lost, think that, 377

Days Swister than a weaver's Faith of many made for one, 342.
shuttle, 312.

herself is half confounded,
Dazzles to blind, 351.

Dear as the ruddy drops, 348. Falsehood hath a goodly outside,
Death by slanderous tongues, 320.

borders on our birth, 345. Fate, struggling in the storms of,
has all seasons, 362.

Debtor to his profession, 366. Father of all, in every age, 163.
Desdemona seriously incline, 331. Fault, condemn the, 320.

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Faults, best men moulded out of, Goodness lead him not, 333.

Grass, two blades grow where one
Feast of languages, 321.

grew before, 341.
Feeble, forcible, 325.

Gratitude, still small voice of, 348.
Fence, cunning in, 319.

Gray mare the better horse, 147.
Fib, destroy his, 343.

Great lord of all things, 342.
Fingers rude, 336.

far above the, 348.
Firmament, no fellow in the, 327. Greece, but living Greece, 362.
Fish, nor good red herring, 378.

isles of, 363.
Flesh, how art thou fishified, 329. Grind the faces of the


nor fish nor good red' her- Grow wiser and better, 339.
ring, 378.

Hail fellow well met, 340.
Floating bulwark, 368.

Hair hoary, 348.
Folly to be wise, 194.

Hand, here's my, 318.
at full length, 346.

Hands, shake, with a king, 365.
Food for powder, 325.

Happiness too swiftly flies, 347.
Fool, no creature smarts so little Harmony of the universe, 369.
as a, 343.

Harness, dead in his, 316.
Fools that do not know how much Harp of a thousand strings, 346.

more the half is than the whole, He comes too near, 171, 334.

that loves a rosy cheek, 101.
Foot of time, noiseless falls the, that complies against his will,

Force, who overcomes by, 335. Heart, as he thinketh in his, so is
Forcible Feeble, 325.

he, 314.
Forgiveness to the injured does -, ruddy drops that warm my,
belong, 337.

Forms of government let fools con- a weed's plain, 365.
test, 342.

Hearts, to live in, we leave be-
Fought all his battles o'er again, hind, 357.

Hearth, cricket on the, 336.
Foxes that spoil the vines, 315. Heath, my foot is on my native,358.
Friend after friend departs, 357. Heaven were not heaven, if we
Friends, a favorite has no, 347. knew what it were, 334.
Friendship but a name, 350.

beholding, feeling hell,
Frost, a killing frost, 63.

Full fathoms five, 318.

Heavens blaze forth the death of
Gentleman, the prince of darkness princes, 327.

Helen's beauty in a brow of Egypt,
Giants in the earth, 311.

Girls, again be courted in your, Hell, beholding heaven and feel-

ing, 360.
Gladly wolde he lerne, 332. Highly, what thou wouldst, 324.
Glare of false science, 351.

His time is for ever,

Glory of an April day, 318. Hook or by crook, 140.
Go call a coach, 173.

Home to men's bosoms, 366.
Gold, apples of, 314.

Home-keeping youth, 318.
all is not, that doth golden Honors, gave to the world his, 326.
seeme, 332.

loratio, thou art e'en as ust a
Good old rule, 230.

man, 330.
- time coming, 358.

Horse-leech hath two daughters,
Goodness never fearful, 320.



is a, 329.


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Horsemanship, witch the world Leave no stone unturned, 375.
with, 325.

Leaves have their time to fall, 362.
How sleep the brave, 198.

Leisure, retired, 336.
Humanities of old religion, 246. Lethe wharf, 329.
Hunter and the deer, a shade, 357. Liberal education to love her, 371.
Hunting, which the Devil de- Liberty, how many crimes com-
signed, 142.

mitted in thy name, 371.
Husband cools, never answers till --, give me, or give me death,
her, 342.

I ask not proud philosophy, 350. Life is long which answers life's
I ask not, I know not, 360. great end, 346.
I could not love thee, dear, so Light is sweet, 315.
much, 105.

of the Mæonian star, 342.
Impediments in fancy'scourse,323. dear as the, 348.

to the marriage of that led astray, 352.
true minds, 331.

that lies in woman's eyes,
Independence now and forever,371. 360.
Indocti discant et ament, 344. Like a passing thought, 352.
Interval, lucid, 338.

Line, in the very first, 350.
Intuition, passionate, 240.

Lips were four red roses, 326.
Janus, two-headed, 332.

tremble, 344.
Jehu, like the driving of, 312. Live alway, I would not, 312.
Jest be laughable, 322.

Lo the poor Indian, 154.
and riddle of the world, 342. Lofty and sour, 327.
Jollity, tipsy dance and, 335. Lost, all is, save honor, 375.
Jolly place in times of old, 232. Love thyself last, 326.
Journeys end in lovers' meeting, lost between us, 349.

on through all ills, 360.
Joy, turns at the touch of, 351. indeed is light from heaven,
Judgment falls upon a man, 368. 362.
Key that opes the palace of eter- Lucid interval, 338.
nity, 335.

Lucifer, son of the morning, 315.
Knock as you please, 345. Lunatic, lover, and the poet, 321.
Knowledge is power, 366.

Luxury, blesses his stars and
Labor for my travel, 327.

thinks it, 339.
Lamb, God tempers the wind to

of woe, 361.
the shorn, 300.

MacGregor, my name is, 358.
Land of scholars, 201.

Macbeth does murder sleep, 324.
flowing with milk and honey, Madness lies that way, 328.

Mæonian star, light of, 342.
they love their, because it Man that hath friends must show
is their own, 365.

himself friendly,
Last rose of summer, 360.

let him pass for a, 322.
Later star of dawn, 230.

-, press not a falling, 326.
Law and testimony, 315.

broken with the storms of
- the seat of, is the bosom of fate, 326.
God, 366.

of unbounded stomach, 327.
-, nothing is, that is not reason, to be virtuous withal, 332.

a bold, bad, 332.
Laugh who but must, 343.

is one world, 333.
Leads to bewilder, 351.

a Christian is the highest
Learned, the, reflect, 342.

style of, 345.


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