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Steel, grapple with hooks of, 77.

Steep, hard to climb the, 208.

Steps, beware of desperate, 215.

Sticking place, screw your cour-
age to the, M.

Still to be neat, 08.

achieving, still pursuing,288.

Sting, O death, where is thy, 22.

Stir, the fretful, 233.

Stoicism, the Romans call' it, 149.

Stolen, not wanting what is, 89.

Stomach's sake, a little wine for
the, M.

Stone, fling but a, 172.

— , underneath this, dothlie,99.

walls do not a prison make,

105.

tell where I lie, 162.

, we raised not a, 272.

Stones, sermons in, M.

prate of my whereabouts,

46.

Spleen, meditative, Mo.

Splenetive and rash, 86.

Spoken at random, 254.

Sponge, drink no more than a, 293.

Spot is cursed, the, 232.

which men call earth, 121.

Spring comes slowly up this way,
241.

, come, gentle, 183.

unlocks the flowers, 258.

Springes to catch woodcocks, 77.

Spriting, do my, gently, M.

Spur to prick the sides of my in-
tent, 46.

Squeak as naturally as pigs, 130.

Staff, thy rod and thy, 5.

Stage, where every man must
play, M.

, all the world 's a, 40.

, struts and frets his hour

upon the, 52.

, the wonder of our, 99.

, veteran on the, 1S8.

-, poor, degraded, 286.

Stagers, old cunning, 133
Stairs, why did you kick me

down, 306.
Stale, flat, and unprofitable, 76.
Stalk, maidens withering on the,

237.
Stand' and wait, 126.
Stanley, on, 253.
Stanza, who pens a, 164.
Star, love a bright, particular,43.

of dawn, a later, 230.

, thy soul was like a, 231.

, stay the morning, 244.

Stars, shooting, attend thee, 104. hide their diminished heads,

114.

. , in spite of their, 131.

, battlements bore, 239.

Starts, every thing by, 140.
State, strange eruption to our, N.

, a pillar of, 113.

. rule the, 139.

, what constitutes a, 218.

Statesman, too nice for a, 205.
Statue that enchants the world,

184.
Stealth, do good by, 166.
Steed, farewell the neighing, M.
Steel, though locked up in, 60. , my man 's as true as, 73.

of Rome, 68.

Stories, long, dull, and old, 225.
Storm, pelting of this pitiless, 70.

, directs the, 150.

that howls along the sky,

206.
Storms of life, rainbow to the, 265.
Story, I have none to tell, 226.
Strange, 't was passing, 87.
Strangers, to entertain, M.
-, by, honored, 163.

Straw, tickled with a, 156.
Streets, a lion is in the, 8.

squeak and gibber in the,

75.
Strength, king's name is a tower

of, 62.

, strengthens with his, 155.

, lovely in your, 261.

Strife, dare the elements to, 266.
String attuned to mirth, 275.
Striving to better, 70.
Strong, battle not to the, 9.

upon the stronger side, M.

without rage, 107.

Studies, still air of delightful, 127.
Study, much, is weariness, 10.

—. labor and intent, 127.

what vou most affect, 310.

Stuff as dreams are made of, 27.

, ambition's made of sterner

67.

Sublime to suffer and be strong,

288.

and the ridiculous, 302.

Success, 't is not in mortals to

command, 149.
Such mistress, such Nan, 92.
Suffer, how sublime to, 288.
Sufferance is the badge, M.
Suffering ended with the day, 283.

—, child of, 289.

Sufficiency, an elegant, 183.
Suing long to bide, M.
sullenness against nature, 128.
Sum of more, giving thy, 39.
Summer, made glorious, 60.

friends, 102.

of your youth, 192.

's cloud, 49.

Summons, upon a fearful, 75.
Sun, no new thing under the, 8.

of righteousness arise, 12.

, Jet not the, go down upon

your wrath. 23.

, doubt the, doth move, 80.

goes round, take all the rest

the, 108. , benighted walks under the

mid-day, 122.

, as the dial to the, 136,171.

, farthing candle to the, 179.

, hail the rising, 193.

, hold their glimmering taper

to the, 220.

, world without a, 249.

Sunbeam, and truth, 129.
Sunday shines no Sabbath day,

164.
Sunlight drinketh dew, 280.
Sunshine made, and in the shady

place, M.

of the breast, 194.

, eternal, 203.

Suspicion haunts the guilty mind,

60.
Swan on St. Mary's lake, 230.

, sweet, of Avon, 99.

Sweet, so coldly, 263.

day, so cool, so calm, 102.

Sweets, wilderness of, 117.

, feast of nectared, 122.

Sweetness, linked, long drawn

out, 126.

, waste its, 196.

Swift, race not to the, 9.

Swift expires, a driveller, 188.

Swine, cast not your pearls be-
fore, 15.

Swoop, at one fell, 50.

Sword, glorious by my, 109.

, another's, has laid him

low, 250.

, pen mightier than the,

Swords into ploughshares, 12.
Syllable men's names, 121.

Table on a roar, M.

Take, O take those lips away, M.

physic, pomp, 37.

him for all in all, 77.

her up tenderly, 274.

Tale that is told, 6.

-.—, and thereby hangs a, 41,42.

told by an idiot, 52.

, tedious as a twice-told, M.

, an honest, speeds best, 62.

unfold, 78.

, a round, unvarnished, 87.

, every shepherd tells his,

125. , the moon takes up the won-
drous, 151. , to point a moral, or adorn

a, 187.

so sad, so tender, 193.

, makes up life's, 244.

, as 't was said to me, 251.

, 't is an old, 252.

, a schoolboy's, 259.

which holdeth children from

play, 275.
Talk, I never spent an hour's, M.

1 ve gods, now he will, 145.

Tall oaks from little acorns grow,

227.
Tam was glorious, 221.
Task is smoothly done, 123.
Taste of your quality, 80.
Tatters, tear a passion to, 82.
Tear, some melodious, 123.

, he gave to misery a, 197.

in her eye, 253.

, betwixt a smile and, 262.

, every woe can claim, 264.

, that law which moulds a,

277.
Tears, prepare to shed them now,

67.

Tears such as angels weep, 112. , iron, down Pluto's cheek,

124.

, sacred source of, 194.

, baptized in, 216.

, too deep for, 238.

, flattered,to, 271.

. from despair, 2S0.

, pensive, beauty in, 249.

hinder needle and thread,

274.

, idle tears, 280.

Teeth, skin of my, 4.

are set on edge, 11.

Tell truth and shame the Devil,

M.
Temper justice with mercy, 119. 'whose unclouded ray,

159.
Temple, nothing ill can dwell in

such a, M.
Temples, groves were God's first,

284.
Tenderly, take her up, 274.
Tenor, noiseless, of their way,

196.
Terror, there is no, in your threats,

68.
Text, many a holy, 196.

, a rivulet of, 219.

That it should come to this, 76.
Theams, thoughts transcend our,

136.
Theban, talk with this learned,

71.
There, 't is neither here nor, 90.
Thespis, the first professor of our

art, 142.
Thetis, lap of, 133.
They conquer love that run away,

101.
Thick and thin, to dash through,

140.
Thief in the night, will come as a,

25.

doth fear each bush, 60.

of time, 174.

Thing, acting of a dreadful, 66. , sweetest, that ever grew,

228.

, never says a foolish, 143.

Things left undone, 13.

-, unutterable, 184.

, God's sons are, 189.

Think too little and talk too much,

139. , those that, must govern,

201.
Thinks most, lives most, 282.
Thorn, withering on the virgin, 34.
Thou art the man, 3.
Thought, thy wish was father to

that, 58. , sicklied o'er with the

pale cast of, 82. , would almost say her

body, 97.

, armor is his honest, 97.

, whistled for want of,

138.

too much thinking to
have common, 159.

, not one'immoral, 191.

, like a pleasant, MI.

— , the dome of, 259.

, the power of, 266.

-, deeper than speech, 291.

Thoughts, hospitable, 117. , a dark soul and foul,

- shut up want air, 175.

- that breathe, 195.

- too deep for tears, 238.
-, great, 278.

- of men are widened, 279.

Thousand, one shall become a, 11.
Thread of his verbosity, M.
feels at each, i55.

Thrice is he armed, 60.
Thrift, thrift, Horatio, 76.

may follow fawning, 83.

Throne, my bosom's lord sits

lightly inhis, 74.
Thrones, dominations, 117.
Throng the lowest of your, 116.
Thumbs, by the pricking of my,

49.
Thunder, lightning, or in rain, M.

, leaps the live, 261.

Thwack, with many a still', 132.
Thyme, whereon the wild, grown

34.
Tide in the affairs of men, 68.
Tidings, dismal, when he frowned,

203.
Tie, the silken, 252.
Tiger, in war imitate the, 59.
Tilt at all I meet, 165.

Timber, seasoned, never gives,102.
Time, now is the accepted, 23.

and the hour, 44.

, to the last syllable of re-
corded, 62.

so hallowed and gracious,

75.

is out of joint, to.

, not of an age, but for all, 99.

shall throw a dart at thee,99.

, how small a part of, 108.

, with thee conversing, I for-
got all, 116.

, what will it not subdue,

292.

, we take no note of, 174.

elaborately thrown away,

, tooth of, 179.

toiled after him in vain, 187.

adds increase to her truth,

192.

has not crept the roses, 192.

, noiseless foot of, 241.

, count by heart-throbs, 282.

, footprints on the sands of,

287.

has laid his hand gently, 289.

, break the legs of, 290.

writes no wrinkle on thy

azure brow, 263.

, foremost files of, 279.

to mourn, lacks, 282.

Time's noblest offspring, 172.
Times that try men's souls, 302.
Tinkling cymbals, M.
Title long and dark, 139.
Toad, ugly and venomous, 39.
To be or not to be, 81.
To-day, be wise, 174.
Toe, on the light fantastic, 125.
Toil and trouble, 49.

, envy, want the jail, 187.

, those who think must govern

those who, 201.

and trouble, why all this, 236.

Tolerable and not to be endured,

33.
Tomb of him who would have

made glad the world, 283. , though sorrows encompass

the, 258.
Tombs, hark, from the, 181.
To-morrow, boast not thyself of, 8.

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Trees, tongues in, 39.
Trencherman, valiant, 32.
Tribe, the badge of our, M.

, richer than all his, 91.

Tribute of a sigh, 196.

, not one cent for, 306.

Trick worth two of that, M.

Tricks, fantastic, 30.

Tried, she is to blame who has

been, 171.
Trifles light as air, 89.
Triton of the minnows, 64. and his wreathed horn,

235.
Troop, farewell the plumed, 89.
Trope, out there flew a, 130.
Trouble, war, he sung, is toil and,

137.
Troubles, arms against a sea of,

81.
Trowel, laid on with a, 39.
Troy, half his, was burned, 57.

, fired another, 138.

True, so sad, so tender, and so, 193.

, dare to be, 102.

Truth is great and mighty, 12.

, doubt, to be a liar, 80.

, miscalled simplicity, 91.

in every shepherd's tongue,

93.

Unadorned, adorned the most,

184.
Unanimity is wonderful, 219.
Uncertain, coy, and hard to please,

263.
Uncle, O my prophetic soul! my,

78.
Unction, flattering, M.
Underneath this stone doth lie, 99.
sable hearse, 99.

Uneasy lies the head, 68.
Unfit, for all things, 206.
Unfortunate, one more, 274.
Unitv, to dwell together in, 6.
Universe, born for the, 205.
Unknelled, uncoffined, 263.
Unknown, too early seen, 72.

, argues yourselves, 116.

—, live unseen, 162.

Unseen, born to blush, 196.
Unutterable things, 184.
Unwept, unhonored, and unsung,

252.
Unwhipped of justice, 70.
Uses, to what base, 86.
Utterance of the early gods, 272.
Utica, no pent-up, 258.

Vain pomp and glory, 63.
Vale of years, 89.

of life, 196.

, meanest floweret of the, 197.

Valiant taste of death but once,

66.
Vallombrosa, the brooks in, 111.
Valor, discretion the better part.

56.

, bright countenance of, 127.

and daylight meet, 129.

impossible to be soiled, 129.

from pole to pole. 151.

- severe by fairy fiction drest,

whispering tongues can

195.

poison, 242.

and pure delight, Mt.

denies all eloquence to woe,

266.

crushed to earth, 285.

stranger than fiction, 270.

is beauty, 271.

Turf, green be" the, 286.
Turtle, love of the, 264.
Tweedledum and Tweedledee,

171.
Twilight gray, in sober livery, 116.

. , disastrous, 112.

Two strings to his bow, 135.
Type of the wise, 234.

Una with her milk white lamb,237.

is oozing out, 219.

Vanity and vexation of spirit, 8.
of vanities, 10.

Variety, her infinite, 69.

's the spice of life, 211.

Vase, von may shatter the, 256.
Vault,'the deep, damp, 176.

, fretted, 196.

Vaulting ambition, 46.
Vein, I am not in the, 61.
Venice, I stood in, 261.
Verbosity, thread of his, M.
V erge enough, 195.
Vernal seasons of the year, 128.
Verse, married to immortal, 126. , wisdom married to immor-
tal, 240.

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