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Acorns, 2
Acquainted, when we were first, 311
Acquaintance be forgot, should auld,

14 decrease it upon better, 238 Acre of barren ground, for an, 354 Acres, over whose, 67 Act a lover 's or a Roman's part, to,

236 for him. God bade me, 93 free to think and, 220 incurs no blame, a necessary, 279. is as an ancient tale new told, this,

400 pleasure in the, 103 nor any unproportioned thought

his, 411 of God, think himself an, 248 princes to, 383 the kingliest, 144 thyself shall see the, 199

well your part, 184 Acting bravely, 61 Action, 2

and pious, 88
brave, asks word or, 144
faithful, in, 385
fine, makes that and the, 102
in the tented field, 130
lies, there the, 289
lose the name of, 61
men of, 225
of battery, tell him of his, 214

the fairest, 335 Actions, a woman's thought runs be

fore her, 453
of the just, only the, 199

that a man might play, 448 Actor stops, a moment yet the, 70 Actors fill. God and nature do with, 383

these our, 428 Acts, 2

already past, the first four, 109 his, being seven ages, 383 little nameless unremembered, 201 so or so, why gals, 283 the best, 227 the man for a' that, 248

unknown facts of guilty, 99 Adage, poor cat i' the, 45 Adam, 2

and his wife, 148
and of Eve, the son of, 317
called her woman, 449
dolve, when, 149
first was fooled, as father, 449

sat under the tree, 13 Adamant, on, our wrongs we all en

grave, 467 that Adam was not, 2 Adam's profession, they hold up, 150 Add a little care, but, 396

another hue, or, 152 Adder stung, thou serpent never, 412 Adder's fork and blind-worm 's sting,

Adding fuel to the flame, 147
Addle as an egg, beaten as, 322
Addressed, to the realm of death, 401
Adieu, 2, 3
Ad infinitum, so proceed, 134
Adjust it, we never can, 172
Administered, whate'er is best, 161
Admiralty, the price of, 113
Admiration, 3.

gave his tail a twirl of, 432 Admire by far, more, 408

that riches grow in hell, none, 3.36 Admired, but not to be, 452

never more, 46
Admission to our hearts, pleads, 85
Admittance, no, at this wicket, 345
Admitted to that equal sky, 176
Ado, no more, 158
Adore, and infidels, 197

you, the more I 'll, 59
Adored, in every clime, 127
Adores the Maker, who, 247
Adorn a tale, or, 274
Adorned, 3

thy humble grave, 139 Adorns and cheers the way, 185

with arts, and, 234 Adoption tried, and their, 146 Adulteries of art, than all the, 364 Advance the flag of Dixie, 94 Advanced so nobly, they thus far, 276

they have thus far so nobly, 276 Advantage dressed, nature to, 447

nailed for our, 67 Advantageous to life, everything, 223 Adventure of the diver, two points in

the, 93 Adversaries do in law, do as, 214

the souls of fearful, 432 Adversary's heart, his, 335 Adversity, 3

doth best discover virtue, 427 Adversity's sweet milk, philosophy,

303 Advice, 3

has often stilled, 93

may take a knave's, 205 Advise, his mistaken patron to, 397 Æons, whirled for a million, 18 Ætna's breast of flame, in, 233 Afar, cometh from, 25

seeing each other, 339 Affairs, God prosper your, 319

in their sleeps will mutter their, 371 of men, a tide in the, 405

the privatest of men's, 120 Affect, study what you most, 391 Affection, 3, 4

limb, nor beauty. 336
preferment goes by letter and, 315

too much of amorous, 8 Affection's a tear, the test of, 398 Affections, and his, dark as Erebus,

273
mild, of, 252
passions, 197

179

Affects to nod, 155
Attlict me, how dost thou, 61
Affliction, 4
alters, 240

of all, 139 Afford to play cards for money, can

not. 234 Affords no law, the world, 463

such pity as my rapier's point, 305 Aflright our souls, dreams, 99 Affrighted from his nest, 181 Affront, 4

fear is, 450 Afghanistan's plains, wounded and

left on, 373 Afire with God, every common bush,

153
Afloat, 4
Afraid, and not a man, 181

be not, 369
not, even with the vineyard's best

produce, 288
of, that I confess I'm, 283
show the world that he feels, 461
to strike, and yet, 71

we're not, 413
Afric maps, in, 252
Airican, to blanch an, 266
Aiter-days, raise this soul to God in,

293 twine for me in, 104 After-dinner talk, in, 396 Afternoon, 4

another quarter toward the, 434

a wench married in an, 254 Afterthought, a mine of, 274 Arain at Christmas did we weave, 52

that should applaud, II Age, 4. 5 be comfort to my, 326 before a sprightlier, 228 boy was the very staff of my, 383 by years, reckon their, 398 each, each kindred, 24 grow dim with, 191 has no honey. 4 he can do nothing in this, 352 he would not in mine, 357 in every, 127 in this iron, 194 lends the graces that are sure to

please, 94
my, is as a lusty winter, 357
never an, 248
of chivalry is gone, the, 50
the cricket chirps, in, 470
the labour of an, 29
the toys of, 49
thou smitest sore, man of, 372
time-tutored, 65
to a gaping, 278
to grace this latter, 422

well suited to the, 379 Aged bosom, in an, 60

man, said the. 162
which means certainly, 4

Agencies vary, how widely its, 157 Agents of the people, servants and,

289 while night's black, 282 Ages, and to the next, 258 believe that in all, 156 his acts being seven, 383 in his face, the emptiness of, 180 in their hearts the feuds of, 130 in three distant, 309 look, the suffering, 188 one increasing purpose, through

the, 322
past, hoary seers of, 334
past, once in the flight of, 228

rock of, cleft for me, 340
Agitation, in the complicated, 365
A-gley, gang aft, 261
Agog, and all, 72
Agonies, out of its, 210

we suffer, the, 172 Agony, 5, all night I lay in, 282 but conquers, 152 mirth cannot move a soul in, 264 of some strong swimmer in his, 395 of the stern, 362

of this life, the long, 2 2 2 Agree, never did in time, 429 oil, vinegar, sugar, and saltness, 349 then all sides must, 376 while souls and bodies in one frame,

378 with our external parts, should

well, 456 with his peculiar whim. 171 Agrees as ill with Rufa studying

Locke, 410 Agues, to find out, 306 Ahs, one stormy gust of long-sus

pended, 188
Aid, apt alliterations artful, 6

if men will call, saints will, 348
for some wretch 's, 216
of my feller-critter 's. 313
the freeman's laws, to, 144
the truth, cannon-balls may, 159
us, boys the Lord will, 38

we 'll win our battle by its, 159
Aidenn, within the distant, 246
Aideth the poor, who, 181
Ails it now, something, 69
Aim, stick to your, 40

their horns, bulls, 14 Aiming at the blessed abodes, still is, Aimless course, in wayward, 3 2 2

feet, nothing walks with, 160 Air 5

all be lost in, 125
and fame, 123
and I found them, 302
a solemn stillness holds, all the, 209
a sup of New England's, 281
a vapour, 219
away! through the sightless, 152

316

Air
bombs bursting in, 17
charm ache with, 5
fills the silent, 268
he says with solemn, 464
if their lungs receive our, 368
I mean pewer, 357
into thin air, melted into, 428
let out to warm the, 393
lift their fronded palms in, 43
like the, 176
love can feed on the, 240
love free as, 233
mock our eyes with, 56
of night, in the icy, 23
on the desert, 149
only to kiss that, 100
out in the empty, 313
out in the midnight, 40
perfuming, the morning, 343
she could only take the, 416
she says those words were, 428
that do corrupt my, 69
the, the skies, 293
the look, the, 377
the sea and the, 196
there is in a gaol better, 359
thoughts shut up want, 404
through the field of, 386
throw it up into the, 389
trifles light as, 195
unwholesome, made the, 43
what is that honour, 185
when on the undulating. 52

with weary wing the, 340
Air-drawn dagger, the, 70
Airs of England, the martial, 112
Aisle, through the long-drawn, 10
Aisles of Christian Rome, and groined

the, 39
of the ancient church, now the,

464
Ajax, this love is as mad as, 238
Alabaster, and smooth as monumental,

367
his grandsire cut in, 264
A-land, as men do, 133
Alarmed, raptured or, 377
Alarms, a blow which while it exe.

cutes, 81
Alarum, 5
Albatross, 5
Alcalde, 5
Alchemist, the sovereign, 162
Alcohol, much more stimulating than,

387
Alcoholic, 5
Ale, 6

no more cakes and, 427
nor wanted they gude beef and, 267
take the size of pots of, 6
than a draught of Old England's,

281
the monks of St. Bothan's, 267
Alexander, the noble dust of, 421
Alexandrine, 6

Alfred named, Truth-teller was our

England's, 418
Algebra, 6
Alice, don't you remember sweet, 29
Alike, come out, 220
Alive, bears not, 381

bricks are, 36
ridiculous, 462
the spirit keeps, 380
to grace this latter age, is now, 322

who think themselves, 75
All a dream, which was not, 98

a lie, a lie which is, 219
a muddle, 't is, 271
are but parts of one, stupendous

whole, 297
are made of clay, 55
be masters, we cannot, 255
hell broke loose, 178
her men, drawing force from, 277
I know is, 78
in all, and, 135
in all, take him for, 250
is not lost, 231
may do what has by man been done,

94
my pretty chickens, 49
night I lay in agony, 282
night, the sleeping woods, 37
sorts of people, golden opinions

from, 290
that, a man's a man for, 248
that, and not a man for, 248
that, brothers be for, 38
that inhabit this great earth, 201
that in him lies, 54
that was, in, 18
the day, merry heart goes, 174
things, causes why and wherefore

in, 288
things, free to prove, 320
things, great lord of, 462
things, prove, 320
things, see through, 57
things, there's music in, 212
things, sweet are, 394
things, though equal to, 141
things are bought, with which, 369
things both great and small, 314
things by a law divine, 366
things clad, 116
things in heaven and earth, 212
this, must I endure, 110
this is ours, 106

was ended now, 109
Alla Hu, 63

given by, 233

Illa Allah, la, 232
Allah's throne above, viewed from,

231
Allay the gust, to, 323

you would quench or but, 327
Alleged, when it is, 253
Allegiance swear, to these I do, 170
Allegory, 6
Alley, 6

Alley

and she lives in our, 74 Alliances, 6 Allied, are sure to madness near, 245

by birth, are kindred and, 201 Alliteration, 6 Allow, my good, 160 All-softening, o'erpowering knell, 92. Allured him, as the beacon-blaze al

lures, 25 Almanac, he doth not lack an, 470 Almighty, 6

dollar, the, 96

Master, do not tell me the, 155 Almighty's orders to perform, pleased

the, 388 Alms, 7

for oblivion, wherein he puts, 407 should sue, for, 126

who gives himself with his, 181 Aloft, that sits up, 48 Alone, 7

and warming his five wits, 292 blind and wailing and, 15 heart is left, 172 I am, 146 in his glory, we left him, 153 in the cold I end, 57 they are never, 403 you must drink life's gall, 152 Alonzo the Brave, to the health of, 379 Alps, the soaring eagle of the, 332

though perched on, 322 Altar of Mammon, before the, 253

one nearer to God's, 312 Altar's God, the other to the, 312 Altars, a priest at her, 63

the hush of our dread high, i Altar-stairs, 7 Alter a decree established, can, 315

their rate of going. or, 403 Altered strangely, titles now are, 407 Alum and plaster, chalk and, 35 Alway, I would not live, 228 Amazement, what a strange delicious,

76 Amazon, a cruel, haughty, blood

stained, 143 Ambassador, 7 Amber, pretty in, 458

when tipped with, 408 Ambition, 7

death for his, 7
fame, love, wine, 274
in my love, the, 384
mock, let not, 310
to reign is worth, 329

virtue, that make, 125 Ambition's airy hall, was once, 367

ladder, lowliness is young, 7 Ambitious, 7, 8 Ambles well, your wit, 447

withal, who time, 406 Amen, 8

like the sound of a great, 51
Lord say, 429

Amen

sigh and say, 372 Amends, by way of, 318 America, 8 American, 8 Amiss, though there's nothing. 203 Amorous, 8 causes springs, dire offence from,

414 Amos Cottle, Phæbus! what a name,

274 Amount o' fleas, a reasonable, 134 Amuse themselves and other children,

they. 321 Anarchy and wrath, tears and, 143

institute and digest of, 338 Ancestors no shame, done our, 89 Ancestral thirst, vengeance, the, 130

tree, on my, 342 Anchor, 8, 9 Anchoret, no prisoner but an, 318 Anchorite, could tempt the dying, 349 Anchors, great, 102 Anchovy sauce, a magic soupçon of,

349
Ancient as the sun, 180

days, deeds she wrought in, 111
form, keep an, 140
mariner, I fear thee, 253
people, they that marry. 254

tale new told, as an, 400 Andrew and his love of law, Sir, 235 Angel, 9 a guardian, o'er his life presiding,

443 a ministering, shall my sister be,

426
dropped down from the clouds, 187
guise, transfigured into, 416
it may be that Death's bright, 51
of death spread his wings, 77
of Life winds them up, the, 33
of the Resurrection, hand of the, 33
rolls the stone away, till the last, 13
the recording, as he wrote it down,

287
thou, a ministering, 453
till you find the deathless, 338

was a cruel, that the, 143 Angel-guard of loves and graces lie,

452 Angelic light, with something of, 454 Angel's, Abner Dean of, 350

finger rest, where shall the, 91
psalm, like the close of an, 374
touch remain, where, 91
wing, a quill from an, 301
wing. dropped from an, 301

wing, he asks no, 176 Angels, 9

are, our acts our, 2
are painted fair, 452
could no more, 24
do, sweet as the, 352
face, her, 119
fear to tread, where, 138

Angels

tell the, 7
guardian, sung this strain, 37
how did he git thar, 404
I b'lieve in God and the, 330
in heaven above, the, 236
lackey her. 47
may, and in the hereafter, 186
might talk with men, 417
name Lenore, whom the, 246
need the tears of all the, 449
of deliverance, knows not its, 255
sad as, 287
say, Sister Spirit. 170
shared, with, 233
those evil, 325
till our passion dies, ne'er like, 297
uncurtained that repose, 105
wait, while, 184
weep, as make the, 251
weep, tears such as, 398
within it, 292
wooing, women are, 457

would, be gods, 316 Angels' feet, marks of, 460 Anger, 9

at peace, 208
countenance more in sorrow than

in, 375
in their, was a sin. 141
of my heart, will tell the, 412
of the wise, fear not the, 332
that carries, 209

they banish our, 212 Angered, puffs away from thence, and

being, 444 Angle, 9 Angle-rod made of a sturdy oak, his,

439
Angling. 10
Angry at a slander, who's, 368
Anguish, 10

here tell your, 375
lessened by another's, 13 I
of patience, constant, 109
to discover, what, 242

when pain and, 453
Animal at best, is but an, 248

unfledged, man is an, 249 Animals, that souls of, 378

too, and rampant, 56
Animate the whole, 349
Annabel Lee, of the beautiful, 236
Annals of the human race, the, 228

of the poor, 310
Anne Hathaway, 436
Annie Laurie, but all sang, 241
Annual income. twenty pounds, 192
Anoint me, I will, 365
Anointed, 10

I am the Lord's, 108
Another blow, to strike, 130

Helen, like. 177
man's doxy, heterodoxy is, 291
man's eyes, through, 170
man's ground, built on, 187

Another morn than ours, 105

one, know from, 57
place there is, 114
sailing o'er life's solemn main, 138
star, emigrated to, 109
still, 53
then here goes, 286
though I called, I

who'd give her booby for, 270 Another 's gain, or but subserves, 160 Answer, 10

and cannot, 82
a letter, may, 216
be to them, what will thine, 151
each other in the mist, 52
for, few sins of thine own to, 449
for it, guv'ment ain't to, 156
him, ye owls, 282
his brute question, how, 147
in his own, finds a, 144
me, deep caverns of darkness, 163
no, dared not, 283
that, I'll not, 103

trickled through my head, his, 414 Answerable, how his spirit stands, 298 Answered so, will not be, 195

the wilt thou, 290

you last night, yes I, 468 Answers, 10

life's great end, which, 224
she who ne'er, 189

where, an echo, 107 Anthem, IO

swells the note of praise, 10 Anti, 10 Antic the law, old father, 213 Antidote, with some sweet oblivious,

263 Antidotes are poison, his, 303 Antiquity, 10

from all, 78 Any, enough to, 141

man, or so can, 381

thing is to be got, where, 394 Anywhere out of the world, 244 Apart, standing with mute lips, 115 Ape and tiger die, let the, 20

like an angry, 251

there was an, 311 Apes, 10

humility, is pride that, 316 Apollyon shoots darts, and, 226 A pology, 11 Apostasy, were the price of, 416 A postles, 11 shrank, while, 67

would have done, all the, 51 Apostolic blows and knocks, by, 329 A pothecary, 11 Appal the devil, which might, 251 Apparatus of the system, all the, 33 Apparel, 11

do, as men their best, 446

wears out more, 126 Apparition, a lovely, 302 Appealing from his native sod, 388

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