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Drink, pretty creature, 228. Earthi, truth crushed to, 285.
Driveller and a show, 188.

proudly wears the Parthe-
Drudgery, make, divine, 102.

non, 285.
Druid lies in yonder grave, 199. - to smell a turf of fresh, 297.
Drum, not a, was heard, 272. Earthy, of the earth, 22.
Drunken man, stagger like å,

6. Ease in mine inn, 56.
Dues, render unto all their, 21.

he did with so much, 138.
Dulness ever loves a joke, 166.

and alternate labor, 183.
Dumb on their own merits, 226. Eat, drink, and be merry, 18.
Duncan hath borne his faculties, Eaten me out of house and home,

is in his grave, 48. Echo, applaud thee to the very,
Dust thou art, 1.

shalt thou return unto, 1. Eclipse, built in the, 123.
his enemies shall lick the, 5. Ecstacy of love, 79.
return to the earth, 9. Education forins the mind, 158.
to dust, 13.

virtuous and noble, 128.
smell sweet and blossom in Either, happy could I be with
the, 105.

hearts dry as summer's, 239. Elegant sufficiency, 183.
the knight's bones are, 244. Elephants, place, for want of
learned, 212.

towns, 152
Duty, perceive here a divided, Elements so mixed in him, 69.

Elms, immemorial, 280.
Duties primal, shine aloft, 240. Eloquence, heavenly, 140.
Dying man to'dying men, 136. Eloquent, old man, 126.

Elves, criticizing, 209.
Eagle mewing her mighty youth, Elysium, lap it in, 121.

Eminence, that bad, 112.
Eagles gather where the carcass Empire, the course of, 172.

the rod of, 196.
Eagle's fate and mine are one, 109. Employment, wishing the worst,
Ear, word of promise to our, 52. 176.
give every man thy, 77.

-, how various his, 212.
- jewel in an Ethiop's, 72. Enchantment, distance lends, 248,

more is meant than meets End, attempt the, 104.
the, 124.

Ends, thy country's, 63.
wrong sow by the, 134. Endure, then pity, then embrace,
Earliest at his grave, 292.

Ears, let him hear that hath, 17. Endured, not to be, 33.
in my ancient, 73.

Enemies, his, shall lick the dust, 5.
Earth to earth, 13.

naked to mine, 63.
salt of the, 14.

Enemy, feed thine, 21.
put a girdle round the, 34. Engineer, hoist with his own pe-
thou sure and firm-set, 46.

tar, 85.
more things in heaven and, England, with all thy faults, I

love thee still, 211.
drinks up the rain, 107.

ye gentlemen of, 304.
felt the wound, 119. Enterprises, impediments to great,
, so much of, 232.

the common growth of Envy withers at another's joy,
mother, 234.

but one beloved face on, Epitaph, believe a woman or an,


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Epitome, all mankind's, 140. | Eye, heaven in her, 118.
Equal to all things, 205.

-, my great task-master's, 126.
Err, to, is human, 162.

, jaundiced, 162.
Error writhes with pain, 285.

defiance within his, 201.
Errors like straws upon the sur- harvest of a quiet, 237.
face, 141.

Eyebrow, ballad made to his mis.
-, female, 163.

tress', 41.
Eruption, bodes some strange, 75. Eyes to the blind, 4.
Estate, fallen from his high, 137. no speculation in those, 48.
Eternal sunshine, 203.

look your last, 74.
Eternity to inan, 150.

drink' to me only with thine,
mourns, 282.
Ethiopian, can the, change his -, rapt soul sitting in thine,
skin, 11.

Etrurin shades, 111.

not a friend to close his, 137.
Eve, from noon to dewy, 112.

history in a nation's, 195.
fairest of her daughters, 115. -the glow-worm lend thee, 104,
Evening, welcome peaceful, 212. rain influence, 125.
now came still, 116.

a man with large gray, 229.
Events, coming, 250.

soul within her, 267.
spirits of great, 246.
Ever charining, ever new, 186. Face, the mind's construction in
Every thing by starts, 140.

the, 45.
Evidence of things not seen, 24. visit her, too roughly, 76.
Evil, sufficient unto the day is human, divine, 114.
the, 14.

no tenth transmitter of a
be not overcome of, 21. foolish, 181.

communications corrupt can't I another's, commend,
good manners, 22.

report and good report, 23. music breathing from her,
-, money is the root of all, 24. 265.

that men do lives after them, in many a solitary place,

be thou my good, 115.

to his eve there was but one
still educing good, 185. beloved, 267.
universal good, 155.

finer form or lovelier, 253.
Evils, chose the least of two, 147. Faces, the old familiar, 248.
Excel, 't is useless to, 191. Facts, indebted to his imagination
Excess, wasteful and ridiculous, for his, 220.

Faculties, so meek, hath borne
Expectation, better bettered, 32. his, 45.
Experience to make me sad, 42. Faculty divine, 239.
Extremes in nature, 160.

Fade, all that's bright must, 256.
Eye for eye, 2.

Failings leaned to virtue's side,
let every, negotiate for itself, 203.

Fair, is she not passing, 27.
in a fine frenzy rolling, 35. is foul, 44.

looking on it with lack- none but the brave deserve
lustre, 40.

the, 137.
more peril in thine, 72. Faith, we walk by, 23.
white wench's black, 73.

remember your work of, 23.
in my mind's, 77.

I have kept the, 24.
sublime declared absolute substance of things, hoped
rule, 115.

for, 24.

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Faith, no tricks in plain and sim- , Fate, roll darkling down the tor-

rent of, 188.
-, his, perhaps might be Father, no more like my, 76.

of all, in every age, 163.
for modes of, 156.

Faults, be to her, a little blind,
and morals, Milton held, 147.

with all thy, I love thee
amaranthine flower of, 235. still, 211.
beliet had ripened into, 240. Favorite, to be a prodigal's, 237.
a passionate intuition, 240. Fawning, thrift may follow, 83.

in woman kind, 281. Fear, perfect love casteth out, 25.
Faithful among the faithless, 117. with hope, farewell, 115.
Falcon towering in her pride, 47. Fearfully and wonderfully made,
Fall, O what a, was there, 68. 6.
Falling-off was there, 79.

Fears, sancy doubts and, 48.
Falsehood under saintly show, make us traitors, 50.

our hopes belied


Fame is the spur, 123.

Feast, bare imagination of a, 54.
damned to everlasting, 157. of nectared sweets, 122.

hard to climb the steep of, of reason, 165.

Feather, of his own, espied a, 109
the martyrdom of, 268.

a wit's a, 157.
Fame's proud temple, 208.

to waft a, 174.
Familiar, be, not vulgar, 77. Feature, cheated of, 61.
Famous to all ages, 128.

Feel, would make us, must feel
by my pen, 169.

themselves, 209.
-, awoke and found myself, Feelings, great, came to them, 278

Feels, meanest thing that, 232.
Fancies, troubled with thick-com- Feet beneath her petticoat, 103.
ing, 51.

like snails did creep, 104.
men's more giddy than standing with reluctant, 288.
women's, 229.

Felicity, we make or find our
Fancy, chewing the food of sweet
and bitter, 42.

Fell, I do not like thee, Doctor,
homebound, 282.

Fancy's rays the hills adorning, Fellow that hath had losses, 33.

of infinite jest, 85.
Fantasies throng into my mem- | Fellow-feeling makes us kind, 193.

Female, one, lost the devil half
Fare thee well! and if forever, 269. the kind, 142.
Farewell to all my greatness, 63.

crrors fall, 163.
happy fields, 111. Fens, bogs, dens, etc., 113.
hope, fear, remorse, 115. Fever, after life's fitfúl, 48.

that fatal word, 266. Few are chosen, 17.
Farmers embattled stood, 285.

know their own good, 141.
Fat, who drives fat oxen should Fibs, ask me no questions and
himself, 190.

I'll tell no, 205.
Fashion passeth away, 22. Fiction, fairy, drest, 195.
-, glass of, 82.

truth stranger than, 270.
Fast and furious, 221.

Field, lilies of the, 14.
Fat, let me have men that are, 65. be lost, what though the,
Fate, take a bond of, 50.

fixed, 113.

Fields, 'a babbled of green, 58.
fears his, 109.

farewell happy, 111.

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Fiery soul working out its way, i Fontarabian echoes, 253.

Food, minds not ever craving for,
Fife, ear-piercing, 90.

Fight, I have fought a good, 24. pined and wanted, 227.
Fights and runs away, he that, nature's daily, 231.

Fool to make me merry, 42.
Figure, the thing we like, we, , at thirty man suspects him-

self a, 174.
Fine, by degrees, 147.

must now and then be right,
by defect, 159.

Finger, slow and moving, 90. Fools, yesterdays have lighted, 52,
Fire, while I was musing the, 5. suckle, 88.

-, great a matter kindled by a for arguments use wagers,
little, 25.

-, one, burns out another's, 72. ever since the conquest, 143.
pale his uetfectual, 79.

rush in where angels fear to
three removes as bad as a, tread, 162.

they are who roam, 199.
Fires, their wonted, 197.

who came to scoff, 203.
of ruin glow, 248.

paradise of, 221.
Firmament, the spacious, 151.

in idle wishes, 221.
Fit audience find, though few, Foot, 0, so light a, 73.

has music in't, 216.
Fits, 't was sad by, 198.

Forefathers of the hamlet sleep,
Flame, adding fuel to the, 120.

Flanders, our armies swore terri- For ever fortune wilt thou prove,
bly in, 299.

Flatterers, he hates, 66.

Forgetfulness, steep my senses in,
Flea, so naturalists observe a, 152. 57.
Flesh, all, is grass, 10.

Forgive, to, is divine, 162.
is weak, 17.

Forin, mold of, 82.
O that this too, too solid, 76. Fortune, gift of, to be well favored,
is heir to, 81.

and blood can't bear it, 172.

railed on lady, 40.
Flint, wear out the everlasting, 73.

looks with threatening
Flood, taken at the, 68.
Flow of soul, 165.

leads on to, 68.
Flower when offered in the bud, Fortune's power, I am not now

in, 132.
-, full many a, 196.

Forty pounds a year, rich with,
Floweret, of the vale, 197.

Flowre, or herbe, no daintie, 95. Fowl tame villatic, 120.
Flutes, Dorian mood of, 112. Foxes have holes, 15.
Fly, to drown a, 174.

Fragınents, gather up the, 19.
thou that, may fight again, Frailty, thy name is woman, 76.

France, they order this better in,
Foe, unrelenting to love, 186.

Foemen worthy of their steel, 254. Free, who would be, 260.
Foes, thrice he routed all his, 137. Freedom has a thousand charms,
Folly as it flies, 154.

that shunn'st the noise of,

from her mountain

height, 270.
grow romantic, 159.

shrieked when Koscius.
when woman stoops to, 206. ko fell, 248.

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Freedom's battle once begun, 264. Gentleman, where was then the
Freeman, whom the truth makes 305.
free, 213.

Gentlemen who write with ease,
Frenchman, the brilliant, never 166.
knew, 210.

Ghost, there needs no, 79.
Freewill, foreknowledge absolute, like an ill-used, 173.

Giant dies, 31-172.
Friend, a handsome house to Giant's strength, excellent to have
lodge a, 152.

-, knolling a departing, 57. Gibes, where be your, 85.
Friends, call you that backing of Gifte gie us, 0 wad some power

the, 222.
thou hast and their adop- Gilead, is there no balm in, 11.
tion tried, 77.

Girdle round about the earth, 34.
her dear five hundred, 212. Glare, maidens are caught by, 259.

, I would not on my list of, Glass darkly, through a, 22.

he was indeed the, 57.
Friendship constant, save in love Glory and vain pomp, 63.
affairs, 32.

obscured, 112.
ne'er knew joy but,

peep, into, 136.

the paths of, 196.
Frolic, a youth of, 159.

trailing clouds of, 238.
Front, his fair large, 115.

who track the steps of,
Frosty but kindly, 40.

Fruit, known by his, 15.

rush to, 250.
the ripest, first falls, 54.

set the stars of, 270.
Fuel to the flame, 120.

Glory's morning gate, 283.
Full, without o'erflowing, 107. Glove, O that I were a, 72.
Funeral baked meats, 76.

Glow-worm, her eyes the, lend
Furious, fun grew fast and, 221. thee, 104.
Furnace, sighing like, 41.

Glow-worm's uneffectual fire, 79.
Fury, full of sound and, 52. Gnat, strain at a, 17.

with the abhorred shears, Go and do thou likewise, 18.

Soul, the body's guest, 94.
filled with, 198.

his halves, 294.
of a patient man, 140. God and mammon, 14.
Fustian so sublimely bad, 165.

hath joined together, 16.

had I but served my, 63.
Gain, to die is, 23.

the first garden made, 107.
Gale, simplest note that swells the, -, just are the ways of, 120.

the noblest work of, 157.
Galileo with his woes, 262.

or devil, 140.
Gall enough in thy ink, 30.

save the king, 173.
Galligaskins have long withstood, the Father, God the Son, 180.

made the country, 211.
Garland and singing robes, 127. helps them that help them-
Gath, tell it not in, 2.

selves, 298.
Gather ye rosebuds, 104.

tempers the wind, 300.
Gay, and innocent as, 176. God's providence seeming es-
Genius, when all of, which can tranged, 274.
perish, dies, 268.

Godliness, cheerful, 231.
Gentle yet not dull, 107.

Going, stand not upon the order
Geographers, in Afric maps, 152. of your, 49.
Gentleman and scholar, 223. Gold, all that glisters is not, 37.

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