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Love in such a wilderness, 251.
is heaven, MI.
, true, is the gift of Heaven,
rnlos the court, ML
, deep as first, 280.
is a hoy, 133.
Loves, nobler cares and nobler, 237.
Loved not wisely, 01.
and lost better to have, 280.
Loveliness needs noornamenr,184.
Lover with a wofu! ballad, 41.
, why so pale, 107.
Lover's perjuries, 73.
Lower, he that is down can fall no, 132.
Lowly born, better to be, 62.
Lucifer, lulls like, 03.
Lucre, not greedy of filthy, M.
Lumber, learned, 162.
Lustre I ne'er could nny see, 220.
Lute, listened to a, 283.
Luxury of doing good, 200.
cursed by heaven's decree, 204.
to be, 244.
in self-dispraise, Mo.
Lydian airs, lap me in, 126.
Lying, this world is given to, 56.
Lyre, waked to ecstasy, 196.
Macduff, lav on, 52.
Machinvel dad ne'er a trick, 135.
Mad, that he is, 't is true, 79.
, pleasure in being, 141.
, an undevout astronomer is,
178. Madness, tho' this be, yet there's
method in it, 80.
, moonstruck. 119.
, great wits allied to, 139.
to defer, 174.
, moody, 194.
Magic numbers, 152.
Maid who modestly conceals, 192.
, sidelong, 185.
, none to love and praise, 229.
Maiden meditation, M.
of bashful fifteen, 220.
shame, blush of, 284.
Maidens withering on the stalk,
237. • are caught by glare, 259.
Majestic, though in ruin, 113. Malice, nor set down aught in|
91. Mammon, ye cannot serve God
and, 14. the least erected spirit,
112. Man should not be alone, 1.
after his own heart, 2.
, thou art the, 3.
is born unto trouble, 4.
, mark the perfect, 5.
, stagger like a drunken, 6.
goeth to his long home, 9.
under his fig-tree, 12.
shall not live by bread alone,
, profited, for what is, 16.
be born again, 19.
lay down his life, 20.
soweth, that shall he reap,
23. shall bear his own burden,
23. , a proper, as any one shall
dressed in a little brief authority, 30.
that hath no music, M.
, dare do all that may become
, dare, I dare, 48.
, could have better spared a
so faint, so spiritless, 57.
, this is the state of, 63.
that hangs on princes' favors, 63.
—— of such a feeble temper, 65 , the foremost of all the world,
, this was n, 69.
's as true as steel, 73.
, take him for all in all, 77.
, what a piece of work is, 80.
delights not me, 80.
that is not passion's slave,
83. , give the world assurance of
a, M. , wished heaven had made
her such a, 87.
of morals, 107.
, old, eloquent, 128.
Man, as good kill a, as a book, 128. that meddles with cold iron,
132. , beware the fury of a patient,
140. • , as free as nature first made,
141. , happy the, and happy he
alone, 142. , expatiate free o'er all this
scene of, 154. never is, but always to be
, the proper study of mankind is, 155. virtuous and vicious must
, worth makes the, 157.
, honest, the noblest work of
of Ross, 160.
, remote from, 169.
a fool at forty, 174.
, thankless, inconsistent, 175.
makes a death nature never
made, 176. , where the good, meets his
fate, 176. of wisdom is the man of
wants but little, 177, 205.
, all may do what has been
done by, 177. that blushes is not quite a
brute, 177. • of pleasure, man of pains,
178. , the mind is the standard of
, little round, fat, oily, 185.
who turnips cries, 190.
forget not, though in rags he
to all the country dear, 203.
, abridgment of all that was
pleasant in, 205.
recovered of the bite, 205.
, he felt as a, 208.
that hails you Tom or Jack,
215. is the noblest growth our
realms supply, 217. —, gently scan your brother,
Man, her 'prentice hau' she tried
's inhumanity to man, 224.
's the gowd for a' that, 224.
, pity the sorrows of a poor
, child is father of the, 228.
with large gray eyes, 220.
, the wisest, who is not wise
at all, 230.
, teach you more of, 236.
prayetli well and best, 242.
, a sadder and a wiser, 242.
hath always treasures, 245.
the hermit sighed, 249.
of woe, I was not always,
• with soul so dead, 252.
, I love not, the less, 2i;;i.
's best things, 278.
proposes, God disposes, 293.
, no, suddenly good, 295.
, full, made by reading, 296.
, blind old, of Scio's rocky
isle, 265. , what can an old, do but die,
Mankind, wisest, brightest, meanest of, 157.
•, survey, from China to
men think their little
Manna, his tongue dropped, 113. Manners, evil communications
corrupt good, 22. Mansions, many, in my Father's
Many are called, 17.
, in life's morning, 250.
, the stormy, has come, 284.
Mare, gray, the better horse, 147.
, the archer little meant, 254.
Marlborough's eyes, 188. Marmion, the last words of, 253. Marriage bell, merry as a, Mo. — tables, coldly furnish
forth the, 76.
Married, I did not think to live till | Men, justify the ways of God to,
busy hum of, 125.
are but children, 141.
impious, bear sway, 150.
think all men mortal, 175.
talk only to conceal their
rich, rule the law, 202.
think their little set man-
who their duties know, 218.
schemes of mice and, 222.
by losing rendered sager, 266.
beneath the rule of, 281.
forty thousand, went up a
Mercy and truth are met, 5.
is not strained, 37.
, I to others show, 163.
a God all, 177.
shut the gates of, 196.
sighed farewell, 266.
as if her, lessened yours,
begin to throng into my, Merriment, flashes of, 85.
Merry when I hear sweet music,
in hall when beards wag
as the day is long, 320.
Mettle, grasp it like a man of, 182.
Mice, and such small deer, 71.
best laid schemes of, 232.
oil consumed, 170.
Mien, vice is a monster of so Mirth, you have displaced the, 49. frightful, 156.
grew fast and furious, 221. Might, he that would not when and innocence, 267. he, 207.
string attuned to, 275. Mighty, how are the, fallen, 2. Miser's pensioner, 237. Mile, measured many a, 35. Miserable have no other medicine, Miles, might travel twelve stout, 30. 228.
Miseries, in shallows and in, 68. Milk of human kindness, 45. Misery acquaints a man with and water, 0, 267.
strange bedfellows, 26. Mill, brook that turns a, 277.
a tear to, 197. Millions of spiritual creatures, , steeped to the lips in, 288. 116.
Misery's darkest cavern, 189. for defence, 306. Mistress of herself tho'china fall, Millstone hanged about his neck, 160. 19.
Mob of gentlemen, 166. Milton, some mute, inglorious, Modesty, bounds of, 74. 196.
Moment, and give to God each, Mind, be fully persuaded in, 21. 186.
diseased, minister to a, 51. Monarch of all I survey, 214. -'s eye, Horatio, 77.
Monarchs, of change perfarewell the tranquil, 89.
plexes, 112. out of, out of sight, 93. Monarchies, weight of mightiest, musing in his sullen, 95. 113. is its own place, 111.
Monastic brotherhood, 239. men talk only to conceal Money the root of all evil, 24. their, 179.
put in thy purse, 87. is the standard of the man, still get, 99. 181.
so much as 't will bring, -, gives to her, what he steals 133. from her youth, 192.
Monster, a faultless, 144. forbids to crave, 207. Month, a little, 76. vacant, 202.
Months without an R, 307. to me a kingdom is, 207. Mood, unused to the melting, 91. she had a frugal, 214.
that blessed, 233. how fleet is a glance of the, Moody madness, 194. 215.
Moon, pluck honor from the pale. to mind, 252.
faced, 55. magic of the, 266.
be a dog and bay the, 68. Meccas of the, 286.
swear not by the, 73. · Minds, innocent and quiet, 105. the inconstant, 73.
are not ever craving, 220. is made of green cheese, 134. that have nothing to con
shine at full or no,
134. fer, 229.
Moonlight sleeps upon this bank, Mine own, do what I will with, 38. 17.
Moor, lady married to the, 237. Minister, one fair spirit for my, Moral, to point a, 187. 262.
More to that which had too much, Ministers of love, 243.
39. Minnows, Triton of the, 64.
than painting can express, Miracle instead of wit, 179.
153. Mirror up to nature, 82.
Morn to noon he fell, 112. Mirth, within the limit of becom with rosy steps, 116. ing, 35.
tresses like the, 122.
Morn from black to red began to | Music hath charms to soothe, 152.
heavenly maid, 198.
his very foot has, 216.
in my heart, 230.
know through a crown's with its voluptuous swell,
-'s golden tongue, 271.
Muttons, to return to 293.
of mysteries, 255.
of arts and eloquence, 120. Myrtle, cypress and, 264.
Naiad or a grace, 253.
-, happy he with such a, deed without a, 49.
what's in a, 72.
filches from me my good,
mark the marble with his,
at which the world grew
the magic of a, 249.
Names, one of the few immortal,
Narcissa's last words, 158.
a small one a strong. 11.
noble and puissant, 128.
mountains make enemies
woodnotes wild, 126.
might stand up, 69.
hold the mirror up to, 82.
sighing through all 'her
could no further go, 142.