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Aaron's serpent, 155.
Age shakes Athena's tower, 260. Abdiel, the seraph, 117.
mirror to a gaping, 286. Abra was ready, 148.
Ages, famous to all, 128. Abundance, every one that hath, three poets in three distant, 17.
142. Accidents by flood and field, 87. alike all, 201. Accoutred as I was, 65.
one increasing purpose runs Aching void, 214.
through the, 279. Action, how like an angei, 80.
heir of all the, 279. suit the, to the word, 82. wakens the slumbering, 282. Actions of the just, 105. Agree, where they do, 219.
like almanacs, 108. Air, melted into thin, 26. Acts, little nameless, 233.
a chartered libertine, 58. Ada, sole daughter of my house, of delightful studies, 127. 260.
is full of farewells, 289. Adam, whipped the offending, 58. Airy nothing a local habitation,
the goodliest man, 115.
the son of, and of Eve, 147. Aisle and fretted vault, 196. Adorn, touched nothing, he did Aisles of Christian Rome, 285.
Alabaster, like his grandsire cut Adversary, that mine, had written in, 36. a book, 4.
Alexandrine, a needless, 161. Adversity, sweet the uses of, 39. All things work together for good, Adversity's sweet milk, 74.
20. Affection, entire, hateth nicer things, prove, 23. hands, 95.
things to all men, 22. Affections mild, 166.
things that are, are chased, 37. Affliction tries our virtue, 191, that glisters is not gold, 37. Age, my, is as a lusty winter, 40. is not lost, 110. be comfort to my,
Europe rings, 127. cannot wither her, 69.
that 's bright must fade, 256. he was not of an, 99. Allegory, headstrong as an, 219. for talking, 202.
Allured to brighter worlds, 203. of ease, 202.
Almanacs like actions of the last -, you 'd scarce expect one of my, 227.
Almighty Father! these as they ,old, serene, and bright, 234. change, 185.
Almighty Dollar, 309.
Any thing, for what is worth in,
Apostolic blows and knocks, 131.
-, they are never, when with Apparel proclaims the man, 77.
Apparitions seen and gone, 144.
Appearance, judge not by, 19.
cloy the hungry edge of,
to breakfast, with what,
grown by what it fed on,
colors and forms an, 233.
Applaud thee to the very echo, 51.
Apollos watered, 21.
Apprehension, death is most in, 31.
of the good, 54.
Argue not against heaven, 127.
a thousand liveried, 122. Argument, staple of his, 35.
Armor, his honest thought, 97.
Army with banners, 10.
Art, adorning thee with so much,
may err, 142.
grace beyond the reach of,
ease in writing comes from,
Arts and eloquence, mother of,120.
Artaxerxes' throne, 120.
Asbourne, down thy hill, roman-
e'en in our, 197.
Ashkelon, publish it not in the
Ask, and it shall be given you, 15. | Battles, fought his, o'er again, 137.
Beards wag all, 92.
Bears and lions growl, 180.
Beauties of the North, 149.
reveal while she hides,
fit, though few, 118. Beautiful, and to be wooed, 59.
, as sweet, 176.
draws with a single hair,
smiling in her tears, 249.
fills the air around with,
is truth, 271.
lines where, lingers, 263.
she walks in, 269.
Beaux, where none are, 191.
Bedfellows, strange, 26.
how doth the little busy, 180.
Bees, innumerable, 281.
Beetle, that we tread upon, 31.
of a nation, make the, 297. double pity, 94.
Beggarly account of empty boxes,
in the love, 69.
sullen, sounds as a, 57.
Bells jangled, out of tune, 82.
Bent, fool me to the top of my, 84.
not to the strong, 9. Bigness which you see, 143.
of dawning, 75.