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Fontarabian echoes, 253.

Food, minds not ever craving for.

220.

, pined and wanted, Mr.

, nature's daily, 231.

Fool to make me merry, 42. , at thirty man suspects him-
self a, 174. must now and then be right,

213.
Fools, yesterdays have lighted, 52.

, suckle, 88.

for arguments use wagers,

133.

ever since the conquest, 143.

rush in where angels fear to

tread, 162.

they are who roam, 199.

who came to scoff, 203.

, paradise of, 221.

, in idle wishes, 221.

Foot, O, so light a, 73.

has music in't, 216.

Forefathers of the hamlet sleep,

195.
For ever fortune wilt thou prove,

186.
Forgetfulness, steep my senses in,

57.
Forgive, to, is divine, 162.
Form, mold of. 82.
Fortune, gift of, to be well favored,

33.

Fierv soul working out its way,

139.
Fife, ear-piercing, 90.
Fight, I have fought a good, 24.
Fights and runs away, he that,
. 303.
Figure, the thing we like, we,

282.
Fine, by degrees, 147.

by defect, 159.

Finger, slow and moving, 90.
Fire, while I was musing the, 5. , great B matter kindled by a

little, M.

, one, burns out another's, 72.

, pale his uneffectual, 79.

, three removes as bad as a,

298.
Fires, their wonted, 197.

of ruin glow, 248.

Firmament, the spacious, 151.
Fit audience find, though few,

118.
Fits, 't was sad by, 198.
Flame, adding fuel to the, 120.
Flanders, our armies swore terri-
bly in, 299.
Flatterers, he hates, 66.
Flea, so naturalists observe a, 152.
Flesh, all, is grass, 10.

is. weak, 17.

, O that this too, too solid, 76.

is heir to, 81.

and blood can't bear it, 172.

Flint, wear out the everlasting, 73.

Flood, taken at the, 68.

Flow of soul, 165.

Flower when offered in the bud,

180.

, full many a, 196.

Floweret, of the vale, 197.
Flowre, or herbe, no daintie, M.
Flutes, Dorian mood of, 112.
Fly, to drown a, 174. thou that, may fight again,

135.
Foe, unrelenting to love, 186.
Foemen worthy of their steel, 254.
Foes, thrice he routed all his, 137.
Folly as it flies, 154. , that shunn'st the noise of,

124.

grow romantic, 159.

, when woman stoops to, 206.

, railed on lady, 40.

looks with threatening

eye, 53.

, leads on to, 68.

Fortune's power, I am not now

in, 132.
Forty pounds a year, rich with,

203.
Fowl tame villatic, 120.
Foxes have holes, 15.
Fragments, gather up the, 19.
Frailty, thy name is woman, 76.
France, they order this better in,

299.
Free, who would be, 260.
Freedom has a thousand charms,

210.

from her mountain

height, 270.

- shrieked when Koscius-

ko fell, 248.

Freedom's battle once begun, 264.
Freeman, whom the truth makes

free, 213.
Frenchman, the brilliant, never

knew, 210.
Freewill, foreknowledge absolute,

113.
Friend, a handsome house to

lodge a, 152.

, knolling a departing, 57.

Friends, call you that backing of

your, M. thou hast and their adop-
tion tried, 77.

, her dear five hundred, 212.

, I would not on my list of,

213.
Friendship constant, save in love

affairs, 32. , ne'er knew joy but,

168.
Frolic, R youth of, 159.
Front, his fair large, 115.
Frosty but kindly, 40.
Fruit, known by his, 15.

, the ripest, first falls, 54.

Fuel to the flame, 120.
Full, without o'erflowing, 107.
Funeral baked meats, 76.
Furious, fun grew fast and, 221.
Furnace, sighing like, 41.
Fury, full of sound and, 52. with the abhorred shears,

123.

, filled with, 198.

of a patient man, 140.

Fustian so sublimely bad, 165.

Gain, to die is, 23.

Gale, simplest note that swells the,

197.'
Galileo with his woes, 262.
Gall enough in thy ink, 30.
Galligaskins have long withstood,

292.
Garland and singing robes, 127.
Gath, tell it not in, 2.
Gather ye rosebuds, 104.
Gay, and innocent as, 176.
Genius, when all of, which can

perish, dies, 268.
Gentle yet not dull, 107.
Geographers, in Afric maps, 152.
Gentleman and scholar, 223.

Gentleman, where was then the,
305.

Gentlemen who write with ease,
166.

Ghost, there needs no, 79.

, like an ill-used, 173.

Giant dies, 31-172.

Giant's strength, excellent to have
a, 30.

Gibes, where be your, M.

Gifts gie us, O wad some power
the, 222.

Gilead, is there no balm in, 11.

Girdle round about the earth, M.

Glare, maidens are caught by, 259.

Glass darkly, through a, 22.

, he was indeed the, 57.

Glory and vain pomp, 63.

obscured, 112.

peep, into, 136.

, the paths of, 196.

, trailing clouds of, 238.

, who track the steps of,

268.

, rush to, 250.

, set the stars of, 270.

Glory's morning gate, 2ir3.

Glove, O that I were a, 72.

Glow-worm, her eyes the, lend
thee, 104.

Glow-worm's uneffectual fire, 79.

Gnat, strain at a, 17.

Go and do thou likewise, 18.

—, Soul, the body's guest, M.

— his halves, 294.

God and mammon, M.

hath joined together, 16.

, had I but served my, 63.

the first garden made, 107.

, just are the ways of, 120.

, the noblest work of, 157.

or devil, 140.

save the king, 173.

the Father, God the Son, 180.

made the country, 211.

helps them that help them-
selves, 298.

tempers the wind, 300.

God's providence seeming es-
tranged, 274.

Godliness, cheerful, 231.

Going, stand not upon the order
of your, 49.

Gold, all that glisters is not, M.

Gold, gild refined, 53.

, bright and yellow, 275.

Golden opinions, 46.

Good for us to be here, 16.

, all things work together for,

20.

, hold fast that which is, M.

men and true, M.

in every thing, 39.

, men do, is oft interred with

their bones, 67.

the more communicated,

116.

the gods provide thee, 138.

, it might do, 143.

by stealth, 166.

, luxury of doing, 200.

, some fleeting, 200.

die first, 2:19

, better made by ill, Mr.

, noble to be, 261.

night, to all, to each, 253.

Goose-pen, though thou write
with a, 30.

Gorgons and hydras, 113.

Gory locks, 48.

Grace, the melodv of every, 105.

, sweet and attractive, 115.

was in all her steps, 118.

beyond the reach of art,

161.

, the power of, 249.

, purity of, 265.

Grandsire frisked, 201.

Grapes, have eaten sour, 11.

Grass, all flesh is, 10.

Grasshopper shall be a burden, 9.

Gratulations flow in streams un-
bounded, 173.

Grave, with sorrow to the, 2.

, where is thy victory, 22.

to gay, 158."

, hungry as the. 185.

, glory leads but to the, 196.

, Lucy is in her, 229.

, glory or the, 250.

, botunize upon his moth-
er's, 237.

, thou art gone to the, 258.

Graves, find ourselves dishonora-
ble, M.

- stood tenantless, 75.

Great, none think the, unhappy,

178.
Greatness, some achieve, etc., 29. , a long farewell to all

my, 63. - and goodness, not means

but ends, 245.
Greece, and fulmined over, 120.

, beauties of exulting, 184.

Grecian chisel trace, 253.
Greek, it was, to me, 66. as naturally as pigs squeak,

130.
Greeks, when Greeks joined. 145.
Greeting, nor, where no kindness

is, 233.
Greenland's icy mountains, 258.
Grew together like a double cher-
ry, M.
Gray hairs with sorrow to the

grave, 2.
Grief, patience smiling at, 29.

, every one can master a, 33.

that "does not speak, 50.

, a plague of sighing and, Mr.

, perked up in a glistering,

62.

, or gave his father, 168.

, of my distracting. 200.

Griefs, some are med'einable, 69.
that harass the distressed,

Great, some are born, 29. iu villany, 63.

188.
Groan, hopeless anguish poured

his, 189.
Groans, mine old, ring yet, 73.
Ground, on classic, 151.

, haunted holy, 260.

Groves were God's first temples,

284.
Growth, grows with his, 155.
Grundy, what will Mrs., say, 226.
Gudgeons, ere they 're catched,

134.
Guest, the going, 165.

, speed the parting, 168.

Guide,philosopher, and friend, 158.

Guides, blind, 17.

Guinea, the, helps the hurt of

honor, 279.

Habit, costly thv. 77.
Habits, small. 217.
Habitation, a local, M.
Hail, horrors, 111.

Hail, holy light, 114.

, wedded love, 116.

, Columbia, 227.

Hair to stand on end, 78.

, distinguish and divide a,

130. , beauty draws with a single,

164.
Hairs of your head all numbered,

15.
Hairbreadth escapes, 87.
Hal, no more of that, M.
Halter, now fitted the, 147. draw, no man e'er felt the,

219.
Hamlet, at the close of the day,

208.
Hand, against every man, 1.

, cloud like a man's, 3.

findeth to do, do it, 9.

, thy left, know, etc., 14.

, with an unlineal, 47.

, who can hold a fire in his,

54.

open as day, M.

, leans her cheek upon her,

72.

Harps on the willows, 6.
Hart ungalled play, bS.
Harvest truly is plenteous, 15.
Hat not much the worse for wear,

214.
Hated, needs but to be seen, 156.
Hater, a good, 190.
Hatred, love turned to, 153.
Haughtiness of soul, 149.
Haughty spirit before a fall, 7.
Haunt, exempt from public, 39.
Havock, cry, 66.
He that is not with me, 18.

— that would not when he might,
207.

— may run that readeth it, 12.

— who runs may read, 178.

— that runs may read, 213.

— prayeth well and best, 242.
Head, the hoary, 7.

coals of Are upon his, 8.

, hairs of your, numbered, 15.

, uneasy lies the, 58.

is not more native, 75.

, my imperfections on my,79.

and front of my offending,

87.

, repairs his drooping, 124.

to be let unfurnished, 131.

, off with his, 129.

, plays round the, 157.

, a useful lesson to the, 213.

Heads, hide their diminished, 114.
Health, peace, and competence,

156.
Hearse, underneath this sable, 99.
Heart, man after his own, 2. , hope deferred maketh the,

sick, 6. knoweth his own bitterness,

7.

which beckons me. 169.

in hand through life, 199.

Handle 's but a ninny, 171.
Handle not, taste not, 23.'
Hands, folding of, 8. that rounded Peter's dome,

285.

promiscuously applied, 269.

Handsaw, know a hawk from a,

80.
Hang out our banners, M.
Happier than I knew, 118.
Happiness thro* another's eyes,42. , true source of human,

116.

, virtue alone is, 158.

our being's end and

aim, 156.

, if we prize, 199.

that makes the heart

afraid, 275.
Hark! Hark! the lark, 69.
Harmony in her bright eye, 105.

, hidden soul of, 126.

Harness, him that girdethonhis,3.

on our back, 52.

Harping on my daughter, 80.

, out of the abundance of, 15.

, be not troubled, 20.

, merry, goes all the day, 43.

, untainted, 60.

, ruddy drops of my sad, M.

, not more native to the, 75.

, overfraughf, 50.

which others bleed for, 153.

, comes not to the, 157.

, a naked human, 176.

a transport know, 191.

, untravelled turns to thee,

200.

Height of this great argument,
110.

Heir to, that flesh is, 81.

Heir of all the ages, 279.

Hell it is in suing long to bide, M.

to ears polite, 150.

I suffer seems a heaven, 115.

broke loose, 116.

, no fury like a woman

scorned, la,

threatens, 175.

is paved with good inten-
tions, 190.

, the fear o', 223.

of waters, 262.

Hercules, than 1 to, 76.

Heritage of woe, 269.

Hermit, man the, 249.

Hero perish or sparrow fall, 154.

Herod, out-herods, 82.

High, to soar so, 109.

overarched, 119.

life furnishes high charac-
ters, 158.

Hill, a cot beside the, Mr.

Hills peep o'er hills, 161.

, o'er the, and far away, 170.

, heart beats strong amid the,

278.

Hinderance and a help, 229.

Hinges, pregnant, of the knee, 83.

Hint, upon this, I spoke, 87.

Hip, I have thee on the, M.

History or by tale, 34.

, this strange, eventful, 41.

read in a nation's eyes,

196.

• is philosophy teaching by

examples, 297.
Hit, a very palpable, 86.
Hitherto shalt thou come, 4.
Hoard of maxims preaching, 279.
Hobson's choice, 307.
Hole, might stop a, 86.
Hold a candle, 171.
Holy text she strews, 196.
Homage, that vice pays to virtue,

309.
Home, man goeth to his long, 9.

, eaten me out of house and,

57.

Heart distrusting asks if this be

joy, 204.

, music in my, 230.

, felt along the, 233.

, never melt into his, 235.

, tale to many a feeling, 244.

———, on her lips, 267.

, an arrow for the, 270.

, on and up where nature's,

278.
Hearts in love use their own

tongues, 32.

, ay, in my heart of, 83.

-, of all that human, endure,

188.

276.

dry as summer dust, 239.
pour a thousand melodies,

Heartstrings, though her jesses,

were'my dear, 89.
Heaven, drcppeth as the gentle

rain from, 37

, winds of, 76.

, smells to, 84.

of hell, 111.

, better to reign in hell

than serve in, Ill.

, hell I suffer seems a, 115.

, is heard no more in, 117.

in her eye, 118.

- lies about us in our in-

241.

fancy, 238.

-, to be young, was very,

, quite in the verge of,

131.

tries, our virtues by af-
fliction, 191.

- commences ere the world

be past, 202

, so much of, 232.

and home, kindred points

of, 234.

, spires point to, Mo.

, God alone was to be seen

in, 267.

, nothing true but, 256.

, further off than when a

boy, 275.
Heaven's hand, argue not against,

Heavens, hung be the, 59.
Hecuba to him, 8O.
Heed, take, lest he fall, M.

, best country ever is at,

201.

, sweet home, 306.

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