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Homebound fancy, 282.
Homer, read, once, 144.
Homeric hexameter, 243.
Homes, homeless near a thousand,

227.
Honest man's the noblest work,

157.
Honesty, armed so strong in, 68.
Honor, prophet not^ without, 16.

, jealous in, 41.

, to pluck bright, M.

, razed from the books of,91.'

, loved I not, more, 105.

but an empty bubble, 137.

, the post off is a private

station, 150. and shame from no condi-
tion rise, 157.

grip, feel your, 223.

Honor's lodged, place where, 134.
Honors thick upon him, 63.
Hoop's bewitching round, 192.
Hope deferred, 6.
—.—, no other medicine but, 30.

, true, is swift, 64.

, tender leaves of, 63.

never comes that come to

all, 110.

, farewell, 115.

springs-eternal, 154.

, while there's life there's,

170. , none without, e'er loved,

191.

brightest when it dawns, 254.

, heavenly, is all serene, 258.

, floe 1 ig'as 't is fair, 258.

withering fled, 266.

for a season bade farewell,

248.
Hopes like towering falcons, 148.

, my fondest, decay. 255.

belied our fears, 273.

Horatio, more things in heaven

and earth, 79.
Horn, voice of that wild, 253.
Horse, my kingdom for a, 62. , the gray mare the better,

147.

, flying, 234.

, dearer than his, 279.

Horsemanship, witch the world

with. 310.
Hospitable thought intent . 117.

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Idler, busy world an, 212.

If is the only peacemaker, 42.

If all the world and love were

young, M.
Ignorance, let me not burst in, 78.

is bliss, 194.

of wealth, 202.

Ill wind turns none to good, 92.
Ills, bear those, we have. 61.

the scholar's life assail, 187.

-—, a prey to hastening, 202.
Image of 'God in ebony, 296.

, of good. Queen Bess, 276.

Imagination bodies forth, M.

, sweetens my, 71.

. boast hues, like na-
ture, 183.

for his facts, 220.

Imaginings, present fears less than

horrible, 44.
Immemorial elms, 281.
Immodest words admit of no de-
fence, 136.
Immortal, grow, as they quote,

178.

— though no more, 260.

Immortality, quaff, 117.

, this longing after,

150
Immortals never appear alone,

244.
Imparadised in one another's

arms, 115.
Impeachment, I own the soft,

219.
Impediment, marched on without,

62
Impediments to great enterprises,

296. 'motives of more

fancy, 310.
Imperfections on my head, 79.
Importune, too proud to, 197.
Impossible, what is, can't be,

225.
Inactivity, masterly, 301.
Incarnation of fat dividends, 286.
Increase of appetite, 78.
Independence let me share, 206.
Indian, lo the poor, 154.
Indus to the pole, 166.
Infancy, heai en lies about us in,

238.'
Infirm of purpose, 47.

infirmity of noble minds, 123.
Infirmities, a friend should bear

his friend's, 68.
Ingratitude, unkind as man's, 41.
Inn, take mine ease in mine, M.
—, warmest welcome at an, 193.
Innocence, and mirth, 267.
Insides, carrying three, 226.
Insubstantial pageant, 27.
Instincts unawares, 278.
Insults unavenged, 239.
Intentions, hell is paved with

good, 190.
Intercourse, speed the soft, 166.
Iron entered into his soul, 13.

, rule thee with a rod of, 25.

. , the man that meddles with

cold, 132.
Isles, ships that sailed for sunny,

283.
Iteration damnable, M.
Ithuriel with his spear, 116.

Jade, let the galled, wince, 83.
Jail, the patron and the, 187.
Jealousy, it is the green-eyed

monster, 89.
Jerusalem, if I forget thee, 6.
Jest, put his whole wit in a, 100. , the most bitter is a scorn-
ful, 188.

and youthful jollity, 126.

Jests prosperity, M.

, indebted to his memory for

his, 220.
Jew, hath not a, eyes, 37.

, I thank thee, 88.

Jewel, a precious, in his head, 39.

in an Ethiop's ear, 72.

Jews might kiss and infidels adore,

163.
John, print it, some said, 143.
Joint, the time is out of, 79.
Joke, gentle dulness ever loves a,

166.
Jonson's learned sock, 126.
Jot, nor bate a, 127.
Jove laughs at lover's perjuries,

73.
Joy, the oil of, 11.
-—, heartfelt, 157. , glides the smooth current of

domestic, 188. , snatch a fearful, 194.

Joy, for ever, a thing of beauty

is a, 271. ,

the luminous cloud, 245.

rises in thee like a summer's

morn, 245.
Joys, fading, we dote upon, 144. must flow from ourselves,

199. /that faded like the dew,

249.
Judean, like the base, 91.
Judge not by appearance, 19.
Judges soon the sentence sign,

164.
Judgments as our watches, 161.
Julius, ere the mightiest, fell, 75.
June, leafy month of, 242.

, seek ice in, 268.

Juno's eyes, sweeter than the lids

of, 43.
Jurymen may dine, 164.
Just knows, and knows no more,

210.
Justice, this even-handed,, M. , unwhipped of, 70.

Keeper, am I my brother's, 1.
Kew, his Highness' dog at, 168.
Kick where honor's lodged, 134.

may kill a sound divine, 210.

Kid, the" leopard lie down with

the, 10.
Kin, makes the whole world, 64.

, a little more than, 75.

, prohibited degree of, 135.

Kind, fellow-feeling makes one

wondrous, 193.
Kindness, too full of the milk of

human, 45.
King, every inch n, 71. , catch the conscience of the,

81. , here lies our sovereign lord,

the. 143.

of dav. 184.

himself has followed her,

206.
Kingdom, my mind to me a, 207.
Kings it mates gods, 62.

, the right divine of, 167.

King's name a tower of strength,

62.
Kiss, one kind, before we part,

181.

Kiss, my whole soul through a,

Mo. snatched hasty, 165.

Kisses after death remembered,
280.

Kith nor kin, 208.

Kitten, and cry mew, M.

Knave, how absolute the, is, M.

Knaves, untaught, unmannerly,
M.

Knee, crook the hinges of the, 83.

knell that summons thee. 47.

, the shroud, etc., 176.

rung by fairy hands, 198.

Knew, carry all he, 204.

Knife, war to the, 302.

Knight, a prince can mak' a belt-
ed, 224.

Knock and it shall be opened, 15.

Know then thyself, 155.

, to, her was to love her, 277.

Known, to be for ever, 107.

Kosciusko fell, 248.

Labor of love, 23.

,—, we delight in, 47.

and intent study, 127.

, youth of, 202.'

, ease and alternate, 183.

Laborer worthy of his reward, M.
Laborers are few, 15.
Ladies be but young and fair, 40.
•, intellectual, 269.

Lady doth protest too much, 83.

Lady 's in the case, 170.

Lamb to the daughter, 10.

of God, behold the, 19.

, Una with her milk-white,

237:

Land, far into the bowels of the,
62.

, light that never was on, 238.

, my own, my native, 252.

of brown heath, 2;'»2.

, know ve the, 264.

of the free, 291

, what heaven hath done for

this, 259.

of the cypress, and myrtle,

264.

Landscape tire the view, 1E6.

Language spoke under the trop-
ics, 168.

, nature's end of, 179.

Language, that those lips had, 214.
Lapland night, lovely as a, 234.
Large streams from little foun-
tains flow, 227.
Lark at heaven's gate sings, 69.
Lass, drink to the, 220.
Lasses, then she made the, 224.
Last, not least, in love, 66.

at his cross, 292.

link is broken, 292.

Late, choosing and beginning, 119.

, known too, 72.

Latin no more difficile, 130.
Laugh, the world and its dread,

184. that spoke the vacant

mind, 202.
Laughter holding both his sides,

125.
Law, love is the fulfilling of the,

21.

Liberty's unclouded blaze, Mt.

Lie, nothing can need a, 102.

Lief not be, as live to be, 65.

Life, death in the midst of, 13.

, the crown of, 25.

, care's an enemy to, 28.

, nothing became him like the

leaving of his, 45.

, the wine of, 47.

, I bear a charmed, 62.

at a pin's fee, 78.

in short measures, may per-
fect be, M.

, slits the thin-spun, 123.

, while there is, hope, 170.

, blandishments of, 172.

, protracted, is protracted

woe, 187.

, love of, increased with years,

209.

, variety's the spice of, 211.

, how pleasant is thy morning,

223.

, thou art a galling load, 223.

, best portion of a good man's,

233.

, sunset of, 250.

, one crowded hour of glori-
ous, 255.

, like a thing of, 266.

, the wave of, 273.

Life's fitful fever, 48.

a poor player, M.

— poor play is o'er, 156.

dull round, 193.

common way, 231.

a jest, 171.

but an empty dream, Mr.

Light, walk while ye have, 20.

, a burning and a shining,

19.

, rich men rule the, 202.

, seven hours to, 218.

, sovereign, sits empress, 218.

which moulds a tear, 277.

Laws grind the poor, 202.

or kings can cause or cure,

188.
Lay, go forth my simple, 217.
Leaf, fade as a, 11.

, the scar, the yellow, 51.

Leap, look before you ere you,

134.
Learning, enflamed with the study

of, 128.

, whence is thy, 170.

, a little, is a dangerous

thing, 161.
Leather or prUnella, 157.
Leaven leaveneth the whole lump,

22.
Leer, assent with civil, 165.
Legion, my name is, 17.
Leopard change his spots, 11.
Less than archangel, 112.

, beautifully, 147.

, of two evils, choose the, 293.

Let dearly or let alone, 101.

others hail, 193.

the toast pass, 220.

us do or die, 222.

Liar of the first magnitude, 153.
Libertine, the air a chartered, M.
Liberty, I must have withal, 40.

, casting a dim, religious,

124.

, swift-winged arrows of, 215.

that never was on sea or

land, 238.

of a dark eye, 261.

Lights, burning, i9.

that mislead the morn, 31.

of mild philosophy, 149.

Like, we shall not look upon his,
77.

, but oh! how different, 234.

Lilies of the field, consider the, 14.

Lily, to paint the, 53.
Line upon line, 10.

, we carved not a, 272.

Linen not, wearing out, 274.
Lines fallen in pleasant places, 4.
Lion in the way, 8. , living dog better than a

dead, 9.

, the devil as a roaring, M.

, beard the, 253.

Lion-heart, lord of the, 206.
Lion's hide, thou wear a, M. mane, dewdrop from the,

64.
Lip, coral, admires, 101.

, I ne'er saw nectar on a, 220.

Lips, when I ope my, M.

, take, 0 take those lips

away, 31.

were red, 103.

, vermeil tinctured, 122.

, smile on her, 253.

, heart^on her, 267.

, 0 that those, had language,

214. • %
Liquors, hot and rebellious, 40.
Lisped in numbers, 164.
Live, taught us,diow to, 169.

while you live, 186.

to please, must please to live,

187.
Lively to severe, 158.
Livery of heaven, 273.

, in her sober, 116.

Lives, lovely and pleasant in

their, 2.
Loan, loses itself and friend, 77.
Lobster, boiled, like a, 133.
Local habitation and a name, M.
Locks, never shake thy gory, 48.

, hyacinthine, 115.

Lodge in some vast wilderness,

211.
Loins be girded, 18.
Long choosing, 119.
Looming bastion, 280.
Look, a lean and hungry, M.

upon this picture, M.

drew audience, 113.

ere you leap, 92,134.

, longing, lingering, 196.

Looker-on here in Vienna, 231.
Looking before and after, 85.
Look, with despatchful, 117.

Looks commercing with the skies,

124. , the cottage might adorn,

204.
Lord hath taken away, 3.

of thy presence, f>3.

, bosom's, sits lightly, N.

of himself, though not of

lands, 97. Fanny spins a thousand such

a day, 165.
Lords, wish to be who love their,

200.

of human kind, 201.

, stories of great, 225.

of ladies intellectual, 269.

Lore, skilled in gesfic, 201.
Loss, promise to his, 13.
Losses, fellow that hath had, M.
Lost, who neither won nor, 208.
Lothario, is this that gallant, gay,

153.
Lot's wife, remember, 19.
Love to me was wonderful, 3.

, greater, hath no man, 20.

, is the fulfilling of the law, 21.

, labor of, 23.

casteth out fear, M.

——, she never told her, 29.

sought is good, 29.

looks not with the eyes, 34.

never did run smooth, M.

, last not least in, 66.

, beggary in, 69.

prove variable, N.

, ecstasy of, 79.

, live with me, and be my, 93.

at first sight, M.

's proper hue, 118.

in every gesture, 118.

, pity's akin to, 146.

if there's delight in, 153.

and hate in like extreme, 168.

, let those, who never loved

before, 169.

, an unrelenting foe to, 186.

, purple light of, 194.

of Life increased with years,

209.

, wroth with one we, 242.

, all ministers of, 243.

must needs be blind, 246.

seeth with the heart, 247.

cannot die, 247.

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