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Reasons are as two grains of Right, his can't be wrong whose
life is in the, 156.
divine of kings, 167.
exalteth a nation, 7
Ringing grooves of change, 279.
River of his thoughts, 267.
loosely flowing, 98.
Rock shall fiy from its firm base,
Rocket, rose like a, 301.
Rod, and thy staff, 5.
spare the, 133.
Roman, than such
holiday, butchered to
senate long debate, 149.
more than the Pope of, 132.
falls, falls the world, 262.
Romeo, wherefore art thou, 72.
Room, who sweeps a, 102.
the axe is laid to the, 18.
by any other name, 72.
in aromatic pain, 154.
fairest when budding, 254.
Roses, the scent of the, 256.
in December, 268.
· Round about this great, 215. Scars, he jests at, 72.
Sceptre, a barren, in my gripe, 47
Scholar, gentleman and a, 223.
where grew the, 103. Science, O star-eyed, 249.
Scorn, he will laugh thee to, 12.
what a deal of, looks beau-
fixed figure, for the time
laughed his word to, 213.
-, eve sublime declared abso- Screw your courage, 46.
Scripture, the Devil can cite, 36.
Scylla, your father, 37.
light that never was on, 238.
first that burst into that, 241.
, alone, alone, on a wide, 242.
like ships that have gone
glad waters of the dark blue,
the open, 278.
Second childishness, 41.
his soul is with the, 244. See oursel's as others see us, 222.
Seek and ye shall find, 15.
Seigniors, most potent, grave, and
Self-slaughter, canon 'gainst, 76.
so call him now, 117. Sensations sweet, 233.
finds some mischief, 180. Sense, one for, 133.
want of decency is want
Sentence, he mouths a, 209.
Sepulchres, whited, 17.
perhaps turn out a, 223.
Sermons in stones, 39.
trail of the, 359.
Serpents, be ye wise as, 15. Ships dim discovered, 184. Servants can make drudgery di that have gone down at sea, vine, 102.
255. Service, I have done the state that sailed for sunny isles, some, 91.
283. Servitude, base laws of, 141. Shocks, that flesh is heir to, 81. Set terms, 40.
Shoe has power to wound, 192. Sex to the last, 138.
Shoot, to teach the young idea Shade, sitting in a pleasant, 94. how to, 183.
a more welcome, 169. Shore, rapture on the lonely,
dull, tame, 278. boundless contiguity of, Shot heard round the world, 285. 211.
Should auld acquaintance, 223. of that which once was Shout that tore hell's concave, great, 230.
111. Shadow, life is but a walking, 52. Show, that within which passeth,
float double, swan and, 76. 230.
a driveller and a, 188. Shadows, come like, 50.
this world is all a fleeting, coming events cast
256. their, before, 250.
Shreds and patches, 84. we are, 301.
Shrewsbury clock, fought a long Shadwell never deviates into hour by, 56.
Shrine of the mighty, 263. Shaft that made him die, 109. Shrines to no code, 286.
-- at random sent, 254. Shut, shut the door, 164. Shakespeare, sweetest, Fancy's Sigh, passing tribute of
196. child, 126.
no more, ladies, 207. -'s magic, 141.
yet feel no pain, 256. Shall I, wasting in despair, 100. Sighed and looked again, 138. Shame, an erring sister's, 264.
unutterable blush of maiden, 284. things, 184. Shape, take
but that, 48. Sign, dies and makes no, 60. thou com’st in such a Sight, out of, out of mind, 93. questionable, 78.
loved not at first, 93. execrable, 114.
of vernal bloom, 114. if shape it might be called, a goodly, to see, 259, 260. 114.
Silence is the perfectest herald of Shapes and beckoning shadows,
joy, 32. 121.
in love bewrays more woe, She walks in beauty, 269.
94. Shears, Fury with the abhorred,
the wings of, 121. 123.
; ye wolves, 167. Shell, convolutions of a, 240.
come then, expressive, music slumbers in the, 185. 276.
Siloa's brook, 110. Shepherd, hast any philosophy in Siloam's shady rill, 257. thee, 41.
Simplicity a child, 166. tells his tale, 125. Sin, fools make a mock at, 6. Sheridan, broke the die in mould of the world, 19. ing, 268.
, wages of, is death, 20. Shew, under saintly, 115.
no, for a man to labor in his Ship, idle as a painted, 241.
Sin could blight or sorrow fade, Sleep, tired nature's sweet re-
storer, balmy, 174.
blessings on him who in-
human thoughts, 295.
Sleeve, wear my heart upon my,
Sloth finds the down pillow hard,
Sluggard, 't is the voice of the,
Smile and be a villain, 79.
the storm that howls along to share the good man's,
Smiles, seldom he, 65.
kisses, tears, and, 231.
that so gracefully curled,
like a wounded, 161.
Sneer, without sneering, 165.
Britons never will be, 185. Society where none intrudes, 263.
of a laboring man, 8. Soldier, full of strange oaths, 41.
our lite is rounded with a, Solitude is sometimes best society,
how passing sweet is,
where are thy charms,
inward eye of, 232.
Solitude, makes a, and calls it, Sound and fury, 52.
the clarion, 55.
an echo to the sense, 162.
sweet is every, 280.
Source of sympathetic tears, 194.
than in anger, more in, Sow, wrong by the ear, 134.
Soweth, shall reap, as he, 23.
Spare the rod, 133.
Sparkled, was exhaled, 177.
providence in the fall of
fall, or hero perish, 154.
of me as I am, 91.
Speculation in those eyes, 48.
Speed the going guest, 165.
the parting guest, 168.
a little nearer, 109.
Spiders crawling on my startled
return unto God, 9.
indeed is willing, 17.
present in, 21.
ill, have so fair a house, 26.
stirring drum, 90.
of my dream, 267.
or more welcome shade,
the accusing, 299.
Spirits are not finely touched, 30.
- twain, 291.