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Verses, for rhyme the rudder is,

131.
Vestal's lot, happy is the, 166.
Veteran, superfluous lags the,

188.
Vice, when, prevails, 150.

is a monster, 156.

Vices, small, 71.

, our pleasant, 71.

Vienna, looker-on here in, M.
Victims, the little, play, 194.
Victories, peace hath her, 126.
Victorious o'er all the ills of life,

221.
View, when will the landscape

tire the, 186.
Villain, smile and be a, 79.

, one murder makes a, 208.

Violet, nodding grows, M.

, throw a perfume on the, 53.

by a mossy stone, 229.

Violets, breathes upon a bank of,

M. plucked ne'er grow again,

207.
Virgins soft as the roses, 265.
Virtue of necessity, 27.

, assume a, 85.

could do what virtue

would, 121.

is her own reward, 148.

alone is happiness, 158.

makes the bliss, 199.

, homage that vice pays to,

309.

linked with one, 266.

Virtues we write in water, 64.

, be to her, very kind, 147.

Virtuous, dost think because

thou art, 29.
Visage, on his bold, 254.
Visible, darkness, 103.
Vision, write the, and make it

plain, 12.

, baseless fabric of a, M.

, the young men's, 139.

and faculty divine, 239.

Visions of glory, 195.
Visits, like angel's, 249.

like those of angels, 148.

Vital spark, 167.
Vocation, 't is my, 54. •

Voice, a still, small, 3.
—, I hear a, you cannot, 169.

Voice of nature cries from the

the tomb, 197. in my dreaming ear melted,

250.
Voices, earth with her thousand,

244.
Void, have left an aching, 214.
Volume, within that awful, 255.
Vote that shakes the turrets of the

land, 289.
Voyage of their life, M.
Vulture, rage of the, 264.

Wager, opinions backed by a, 266.
Wagers, for arguments use, 133.
Waist, hands round the slight, 269.
Wait, they also serve who stand

and, 126.
Walk while ye have the light, like

, common, of virtuous l.fe,176.

Walks, echoing, between, 119.
Wall, weakest goes to the, 71.
Want, lonely, retired to die, 189.
Wanting, art found, 11.
War, blast of, 69.

, grim visaged, 61.

, let slip the dogs of, 66.

, circumstance of glorious, 90.

is toil and trouble, 137.

, then was the tug of, 145.

, my voice is still for, 149.

, rumor of, 211.

is a game,were subjects wise,

etc., 212.

to the knife, 302.

, first in, 306.

Warble his native wood-notes,113.
Warrior famoused for fight, 71.
Warriors fee^sternjoy which, 524.
Watch and pray, 17.

, an idler is a, 210.

Watches, our judgments as our,

161.
Watcher of the skies, 272.
Water, unstable as, 2. , leadeth me beside the

still, 5.

, drink no longer, 24.

, smooth runs the, 60.

the conscious, saw its

God, 106.

everywhere, 242.

, imperceptible, 275.

Waters, cast thy bread upon the, 9.
Waters, the hell of, 262.

, she walks the. 266.

Wave o' the sea, 43.

Waves, here shall thy proud, be

stayed, 4.
Way of life, fallen into the sear

and yellow leaf, 51.

, noiseless tenor of their, 196.

, a dim and perilous, 239.

Ways, amend your, 11.

of God, justify the, 120.

, vindicate the, 154.

, untrodden, 229.

We watched her breathing, 273.
Weakest goes to the wall, 72.
Wealth of Ormus, 112.
Weariness can snore upon the

flint, 69.
wearisome condition of human-
ity, 93.
Wearv be at rest, 3.
Web,"what a tangled, we weave,

309.
Weep no more, lady, 207. , smile while all around thee,

218.
Well, not so deep as a, 74.

, not wisely, but too, 91.

of English undefyled, M.

Wells, dropping buckets into

empty, 212.
Westward, the course of empire,

172.
Whale, very like a, 84.

, and" bobbed for, 309.

What is done is done, 48.

care I how fair she be, 100.

, he knew what's, 130.

Whatever is, is right, 155.
Wheat, two grains of, 36.
Wheel broken at the cistern, 9.

in the midst of a, 11.

, who breaks a butterfly

upon a, 165.
When shall we three meet again,

44.
Whereabouts prate of my, 46.
Wherefore, f. r every why he had

a, 130.
Whining schoolboy, 41.
Whip, in every honest hand a,

90.
Whirlwind, they shall reap the,

12.

Whirlwind, rides in the, 150.
Whisper circling round, 203.
Whispering lovers made, 202.

I will ne'er consent,

270.

Whispers of fancy, 1S9.
Whistle, clear as a, 172.

his friends back, 205.

Whistling of a name, 157.
Whistled as he went, 137.
Whither thou goest I will go, 2.
Who builds a church to God, 138.

runs may read, 178.

Why should every creature drink
but I, 107.

, man of morals, why, 107.

Wicked cease from troubling, 3.
flee when no man pursu-

eth, 8.

Wife, you are my true and hon-
orable, M.

and children impediments to

great enterprises, 296.

Wilderness of sweets, 117.

Wiles, simple, 231.

Will, puzzles the, 81.

, he that complies against his,

136.

, turn the current of a wo-
man's, 182.

Will, if she will, 182.

Willingly let it die, 127.

Willows, hanged our harps on the,
6.

Win, they laugh that, M.

Wind, did fly on the wings of the,
4.

, they have sown the, 12.

: bloweth as it listeth, 19.

, sits the, in that corner, M.

, as large a charter as the,

40.

, blow thou winter, 41.

, blow, come wrack, 52.

and his nobility, M.

, idle, as the, 68.

, blow, and crack your

cheeks, 70.

, ill, turns none to good, 92.

, let her down the, 89.

, shrink from sorrow's keen-
est, 235.

, hope constancy in, 268.

, God tempers the, 300.

Winds of heaven, N.

Windows richly dight, 124.

Wine, look not upon the, 7.

for the stomach's sake, M.

, good, needs no bush, 42.

of life, 47.

, O thou invisible spirit of,88.

Wing, dropped from an angel's,
236.

Wings like a dove, 5.

, riches make themselves, 7.

, arise with healing in his, 12.

, flies with swallow's, 62.

Winter, my age is as a lusty, 40.

of our discontent, 60.

comes to rule the year, 184.

lingering chills the lap of

May, 201.

Wisdom priced above rubies, 4.

, vain, and false philos-
ophy, 113.

with mirth, 204.

finds a way, 221.

married to immortal

verse, 240.
Wise in your own conceit, 21. saws and modern instances,

41.

, be not worldly, 101.

folly to be, 194.

Wisely, loved not, 91.

Wisest, virtuousest, discreetest,

best, 118. , brightest, meanest of

mankind, 157.
Wish was father to that thought,

68.
Wishes like shadows, 177*
Wishing of all employments is the

worst, 176.
Wit, skirmish of, 32.

, brevity is the soul of, 79.

, his whole, in a jest, 100.

, shy in using it, 130.

, true, is nature to advantage

dressed, 161.
Wit, that can creep, 165.

, a man in, 166.

, accept a miracle instead of,

179.

, too proud for a, 205.

Withers are unwrung, 83.
Witty, only in myself, 57.
Wits' end, at their, 6.

Wits, keen encounter of our, 61.

, to madness near allied, 139.

Woe, trappings and the suits of,
76..

, gave signs of, 119.

, mockery of, 263.

, teach me to feel another's

163.

is life protracted, 187.

, a man of, 251.

, the tears of, 256.

, truth denies all eloquence

to, 266.

, heritage of, 269.

Woes, the starry Galileo with his,
262.

Wolf dwell with the lamb, 10.

Woman, take an elder, 29.

, 0,1 could play the, 51.

, she is a, 56.

in this humor wooed, 6t.

, an excellent thing in, 71.

, frailty, thy name is, N.

, lovely, 144.

, nature made thee to tem-
per man, 144.

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Women wish to be who love their

lords, 200.
Won, showed how fields were,

203.
Wonder, without our special, 49. how the devil they got

there, 164.

- grew, that one small head,

204.

- of an hour, 259.

Wood, the deep and gloomy, 233.

, one impulse from a ver-
nal, 236.

- notes, native, 126.

Woodcocks, springes to catch, 77.

Woods and pastures new, 124.

, pleasure in the pathless,

263.

, senators of mighty, 271.

Wooed, that would be, 118.

Wool, all cry and no, 132.

Word, for teaching me that, M.

to throw at a dog, 39.

of promise, 52.

of Caesar against the world,

67.

, suit the action to the, 82.

, whose, no man relies on,143.

at random spoken, 254.

-, that fatal, 266.

Words, give sorrow, 50.

, familiar as household, 59.

, immodest, admit of no de-
fence, 136.

are men's daughters, 189.

, that burn, 195.

of learned length, 204.

, no, can paint, 217.

are wise men's counters,

Works, these are thy glorious,

117.
World, light of the, 14.

, , children of the, 18.

, sin of the, 19.

, I hold the world but as

the, M. , a good deed in a naughty,

, full of briers is this work-
ing-day, M.

, How wags the, 40.

is given to lying, 56.

of happy days, 61.

World, start of the majestic, M.

, uses of this, 76.

, thus runs the, 83.

, lash the rascal naked

through the, 90.

, give the, the lie, 94.

was all before them, 119.

look round the habitable,

forgetting, by the world

123.

forgot, 166.

-, so stands the statue that

enchants the, 184.

with its motley rout, 215.

, unintelligible,' 233.

, fever of the, 233.

too much with us, 235.

was sad, 249.

, peace to be found in the,

- is all a fleeting show, 256.
-, I have not loved the, 261.

- falls, when Rome falls, 262.
- knows nothing of its great-

est men, 282.

's wide enough for thee and

me, 299.
World's dread laugh, 84,233.
Worlds, mine arm should conquer

twenty, 100.

wreck of matter and the

crush of, 150.

-, exhausted, and imagined

new, 187.

-, allured to brighter, 203.

Worm dieth not, 18.

in the bud, 29.

,, who needlessly sets foot

upon a, 213.
Worms have eaten them, 42.
Worse, greater feeling to the, M.
appear the better reason,

113.

- for wear, 214.

Worship God, he says, 224.
Worth, conscience of her, 118.

, what is, in any thing, 133.

by poverty depressed, 188.

makes the man, 157.

- , sad relic of departed, Mo.

Would I were dead now, 276.
Wound, he jests at scars that

never felt a, 72.
Wrack, blow wind, come, 62.

Wrath, soft answer turneth away,
7.

, let not the sun go down

upon your, M.

, nursing her, to keep it

warm, 221.

Wreck of matter, 150.

Wretches, poor naked, 70.

, feel what, feel, 70.

hang that jurymen may

dine, 164.

Writ, and what is, is writ, 263.

Write, to, and read comes by na-
ture, 33.

well hereafter, 127.

Writer, pen of a ready, 5.

Writing, true ease in, 162.

Wrong, always in the, 122.

Wrongs unredressed, 239.

Wroth with one we love, 242.

Year, starry girdle of the, 249.

-, saddest day of the, 285.

Years, we spend our, 6.

, love of life increased with,

209.

Years, dim with the mist of, 259.

, live in deeds, not, 282.

Yesterdays have lighted fools, 52.
, cheerful, 240.

Yoke, part of Flanders hath re-
ceived our, 168.
Yorick! alas poor, 85.
York, this sun of, 60.
Young, and now am old, 5.

, when my bosom was, 250.

, and both were, 267.

Yours, as if her merit lessened,

192.
Youth, remember thy Creator, 9. in the morn and liquid

dew, 77.

at the prow, 195.

, gives to her mind what he

steals from her, 192.

to fame unknown, 197.

of labor, with an age of

ease, 202. , friends in, 242.

Zealots, graceless, 166.

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