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Nature cannot miss, 142.

, no such thing in, 144.

made thee to temper man,

144.

is but art unknown, 155.

up to nature's God, 158.

, extremes in, 160.

to advantage dressed, 161.

, who can paint like, 183.

, voice of, 197.

, commonplace of, 232.

, mute, mourns when the

poet dies, 251.

, sullenness against, 128.

never did betray the heart

that loved her, 232. formed but one such man,

268.

Nature's own sweet cunning hand,

28.

soft nurse, 57.

journeymen had made

men, 83.

chief masterpiece, 144.

walks, 154.

—' sweet restorer, 174.

teachings, 284.

cockloft empty, 297.

Nazareth, can any good come out

of, 19.
Necessity, to make a virtue of, 27.

the tyrant's plea, 115.

Need, deserted at his utmost, 137.
Needful, one thing is, 18.
Needle, true as the, 171.
Never loved sae blindly, 224.
Nests, birds of the air live, 15.

, no birds in last year's, 288.

Nettle, tender-handed stroke a,

182.
News, first bringer of unwelcome,

M.
Nick, our old, 135.
Night, I have passed a miserable,

61.

, upon the cheek of, 72.

, the very witching time of,

84. , ye meaner beauties of the,

97.

, silver lining on the, 121.

, empty vaulted, 121.

, day brought back my, 127.

hideous, 78,167.

Night, endless, 195.

, how beautiful is, 247.

, to all to each a fair good,

253.

and storm and darkness, 261.

, beauty like the, 269.

, azure robe of, 270.

Nights are wholesome, 75.
Nightingale was mute, 283.
Niobe, all tears, 76.

of nations, 262.

Ninny, Handel's but a, 171.
No more of that, Hal, M.

— pent-up Utica, 258.

— hammers fell, MI.
Nobility, betwixt the wind and

his, M.
Noble to be good, 281.
Nobler loves, and nobler cares,237.
Nods and becks, 125.
None knew thee but to love, 286.
Noon to dewy eve, 112. , Sailing on obscene wings

athwart the, 243.
North, unripened beauties of the,

149.
Norval, my name is, 200.
Not to know me argues yourselves

unknown, 116.
Not she with traitrous kiss, 292.
Notes by distance, 198. a chiel's amangyoutakin",

222.
Nothing, an infinite deal of, 36. if not critical, 87.

before and nothing be-
hind, 243.

Notion, foolish, 222.
Numbers, divinity in odd, 28.
, lisped in, 164.

Nun, the holy time is quiet as a,
236.

Nutmeg-graters, be rough as, 182.

Nymph, la thy orisons, 82.

Nympholepsy of some fond de-
spair, 262.

Observance, the breach than the,

78.
Observed of all observers, M.
Obstruction, to lie in cold, 31.
Ocean, deep bosom of the, 60
•, a painted, 242.

Ocean's mane, the, 273.

Odd numbers, divinity in, M.

Odious, comparisons are, 97.

Odorous, comparisons are, 33.

Odors crushed are sweeter still,
277.

Off with his head, 148.

Offence is rank, M.

Offender, she hugged the, 138.

Offending, head and front of my,
87.

Office, hath but a losing, 57.

Officer, fear each bush an, 60.

Offspring of heaven's first-born,
114.

Oft in the stilly night, 257.

Oil, consumed"the midnight, 170.

Old man eloquent, 126.

Grimes is dead, 291.

Oliver, Rowland for an, 307.

Omega, Alpha and, 25.

One that hath, unto every, 17.

kind kiss before we part, 181.

—, the many must labor for the,
266.

— line, could wish to blot, 191.

more unfortunate, 274.

when content,, no more to de-
sire, 294.

is as God made him, 294.

Onward, bear up and steer right,
127.

Opinions, halt ye between two, 3.

, I have bought golden,

46.

, stiff in, 140.

backed by a wager, 266.

Oppressor's wrong, 81.

Optics, to turn their, in upon 't,
135.

, sharp it needs, 219..

Oracle, I am Sir, M.

of God, 110.

Orators repair, 120.

Orb in orb, 118.

Order of, going the, 49.

is Heaven's first law, 156.

this matter in France, 299.

Ore, and tricks with new-span-
gled, 124.

Orient pearl, sowed the earth, 116.

Ormus and of Ind, 112.

Othello's occupation 's gone, 90.

Out of mind, out of sight, 93.

Outrun the constable," 132.

Owl, was by a mousing, hawked

at, 47.
Owlet atheism, 243.
Own, do what I will with mine,

17.
Ox, better than a stalled, 7.
Oxlips and the nodding violet, M.
Oyster, then the world 's mine, 28.
Oysters not good without an R in

the month, 307.

Pack, as a huntsman his, 205.

Pageant, insubstantial, 27.

Pain, sweet is pleasure after, 137.

, the labor we delight in phy-
sics, 47.

is lessened by, 72.

, die of a rose in aromatic,

254.

, heart that never feels a, 191.

, to smile in, 178.

, A stranger yet to, 194.

-, to sigh yet feel no, 256.

Pains, pleasure in poetic, 211.

Painting, more than, can express,
153.

Palaces, gorgeous, 26.

Pale, prithee, why so, 103.

Palinurus nodded", 167.

Palm, bear the, alone, 66.

, like some tall, Mr.

Palmy state of Rome, 75.

Palpable, clothing the, 246.

Pangs of guilty power, 189.

Pantaloon, lean and slippered, M.

Paradisaical pleasures, 197.

Paradise of fools, 114.

, opening, 197.

, walked in, 283.

Parallel, none but himself can be
his, 146.

Pard, bearded like the, 41.

Parent of good, 117.

Parish church, plain as way to, 40.

Parson, there goes the, 215.

Parthenon, earth proudly wears
the, 285.

Parting is such sweet sorrow, 73.

Partitions thin their bounds di-
vide, 139.

Party, give up to, what was
meant for mankind, 205.

Passing fair, is she not, 27.

Passion till our, dies, 106.

Passion, the ruling, 159, 160.
Passions fly with life, 247.
Pastures, lie down in green, 5.

and fresh woods, 124.

Patches, n king of shreds and, 84.
Patience on a monument, 29.
Patriot's boast, 201.
Pause, an awful, 174.
Peace, all her paths are, 6.

, when there is no, 11.

, piping times of, 61.

, in thy right hand carry

gentle, 83. and rest can never dwell,

110.

• hath her victories, 126.
-, makes a solitude and calls

it, 265.

, first in, 306.

Pearl, sowed the

with

earth

orient, 116.
Pearls before swine, 15.

did grow, how, 104.

, who would search for, 141.

at random strung, 217.

Peasantry, a bold, 202.
Pebbles, as gathering, 120.
Ten of a ready writer, 5. , make thee famous by my,

109. dropped from an angel's

wing, 2*6.

. , product of a scoffer's, 239.

mightier than the sword, 2bl.

Pendulum, man thou, 262.
Penned it down, 143.
Pensioner of an hour, 174.

, a miser's, 237.

Pentamc er aye falling in melody

back, 243.
People, thy, shall be my, 2.
Perdition catch my soul, bt-'.
Peril in thine eye, 72.
Perilous edge of battle, Ill.
Perjur.es, Jove laughs at lovers',

73.
Persuaded, let every man be fully,

21.
Persuasion and belief, 240.
Persons, no respect of, 20.
Peter's dome. 2H5.
Petticoat, feet beneath her, 103.
Phalanx, in perfect, 112.
Phantasma, like a, M.

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Picture, look here upon this, M.

Piece, faultless, 161.

Pierian spring, 161.

Pigmies are pigmies still, 177.

Pigmy body, fretted the, to decay,
139^

Pigs squeak, as naturally as, 130.

Pilgrim shrines, such graves are,
286.

Pillar of State, 113.

Pilot of the Galilean lake, 123.

Pinch, a hungry, lean-faced vil-
lain. 44.

Pink of courtesy, 73.

Pines, silent sea of, 244.

Pinto, Ferdinand Mentez, 153.

Pin's fee. set my life at a, 78.

Pitch, he that toucheth, 12.

Pitcher be broken, 9.

Pitiful, 'twas wondrous, 87.

Pity, he hath a tear for, M.

—- 'tis, 'tis true, 79.

, challenge double, M.

melts the mind to love, 137.

's akin to love, 146.

gave ere charity began, 203.

the sorrows of a poor old

man, 225.

Place, jolly, in times of old, 232.

Places, lines in pleasant, 4.

Plague o' both the houses, 73.

Plagiare, 129.

Plan, not without a, 154.

, the simple, 230.

Plato, thou reasonest well, 150.
Play's the thing, 81.

to you is death to us, 129.

, asgood as a, 309.

Playmates I have had, 248.
Pleasantness, her ways are ways

of, 6.
Pleased, I would do what I, 294.
Pleasure of being cheated, 134.

, sweet is, after pain, 137.

in being mad, ML

, to frown at, 178.

at the helm, 195.

with reason mixed, 204.

in poetic pains, 211.

, she was bent on, 214.

in the pathless woods,

263.
Pleasures, dance attendance on,

64.

Poverty depressed, slow rises
worth by, 188.

, put a penny in the urn

of, 273.
Power, dissevering, 123.

, take, who have the, 230.

Powers that be, ordained of God,

21.
Prague's proud arch, 248.
Praise, the garments of, 11.

, to be dispraised were no,

120.

, damn with faint, 165.

, solid pudding against

empty, 166.

— all his pleasure, 169.

, blame, love, 231.

-, none named thee but to,

286.

undeserved, 305.

Praising what is lost, 43.
Pray, remained to, 203.
Prayer, whenever God erects a
. house of, 146.

all his business, 169.

ardent opens heaven, 177.

, the imperfect offices of,

239.
Preached as never to preach again,

136.
Precept upon precept, 10.
Preparation, dreadful note of, 59.
Prevaricate, Kalpho, thou dost,

131.
Priam's curtains, 57.
Pricking of my thumbs, 49.
Pricks, hard to kick against the,

20.
Pride goeth before destruction, 7.

— fell with my fortunes, 39.

and pomp of glorious war,

90.

, doubling his, 276.

Ploughshares, swords into, 12.

Plummet, deeper than, 26.

Poet soaring in the high reason of

his fancy, 127.
Poet's eye in a fine frenzy, M.

pen turns them to shape, M.

Poetic pains, there is a pleasure

in, 211.
Poetical, I would the gods had

made thee, 41.
Poets, in three distant ages, 142.

intelligible forms of, 246.

Pole, from Indus to the, 166.

, true as the needle to the, 171.

Pomp, ta'ie physic, 70.

, lick absurd, 83.

Poor always ye have, M.

, simple annals of the, 195.

, laws grind the, 202.

, thou foundst me, 204.

Pope of Rome, more than the. 132.
Poppies, pleasures are like, 221.
poppy nor mandragora, 89.
Porcelain clay of human kind,

141.
Porcupine, like quills upon the

fretful, 78.
Pot, death in the, 3.
Poverty, not my will, consents, 74. , steep me in, M.

and haughtiness of soul, 149.

in their port, 201.

that licks the dust, 165.

, soul that perished in his,

232.

, blend our pleasure or, 232.

that apes humility, 243.

Primal duties, 240.
Primrose, sweet as the, 204. , was to him a yellow,

234.
princedoms, virtues, powers, 117.
Princes, sweet aspect of, 63.
Print, pleasant to see one's name

Quickly, well it were done, 45.

Quiet, rural, 183.

Quietus make with a bare bodkin,

81.
Quintilian stare, 126.
Quips and cranks, 125.
Quivers, the Devil hath not in

his, 270.

Race, not to the swift, 9.

, boast a generous, 181.

is run, I bow to that whose,

193.

, forget the human, 262.

, rear my dusky, 279.

of other days, 287.

Rachel weeping for her children,
14.

Rack, leave not a, behind, 27.

Radish, forked, M.

Rage, could swell the soul to,
138.

Raggedness, looped and win-
dowed, 70.

Rags, the man forget not in, 199.

Rain from heaven droppeth, M.

Rainbow, add another hue unto
the, M.

Rake, woman is at heart a, 159.

Ralph to Cynthia howls, 167.

Rank is but the guinea's stamp,
224.

Rapture on the lonely shore, 263.

Rarity of Christian charity, 274.

Rat, I smell a, 131.

Rattle, pleased with a, 156.

Ravens, He that feedeth the, 39.

Ravishment, divine, enchanting,
121.

Ray, tints to-mornnv with pro-
phetic, 265.

Read, mark, learn, 13.

Reap, as you sow, v' are like to,
134.

Reason, no other but a woman's,
27.

- — upon compulsion, M.

noble and most sovereign,

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in, 268.
Prior, what once was Matthew,

147.
Prison make, stone walls do not

a, 105.
Procrastination is the thief of

time, 174.
Prodigal's favorite, 237.
Product of a scoffer's pen, 239.
Prohibited degree of kin, 135.
Prologues, happy, to the swelling

act, 44.
Promise, he makes his, good, 13.

, keep the word of, 52.

Proof, give me ocular, 90.
Proofs of holy writ. 89.
Prophet not without honor, 16.
Prophets, pervert the, 268.
Proportion, curtailed of my fair,

61.
Propriety, frights the isle from

her, 88.
Prose run mad, 165.
Prospect, so full of goodly, 128.
Proteus rising from the sea, 235.
Prove all things, M.
Proverb and a by-word, 3.
Providence their guide, 119.

alone secures, 215.

Prouder than rustling in unpaid-

for silk, 310.
Prow, youth at the, 195.
Prunella, leather or, 157.
Psalms, purloin the, 268.
Pulse of life, 174.
Punishment greater than I can

bear, 1.
Pure, all things pure to the, M.
Purpose, infirm of, 47. , flighty, never is o'er-

took, 50.

, one increasing, 279.

Purse, put money in thy, 87. , who steals my, steals trash,

88.
Push on, keep moving, 226.
Pyramids in vales, 177.

Quality, a taste of your, 80.
Quarrel, sudden and quick in, 41.

, that hath his, just, 60.

Question, that is the, 81.

, for my rhyme, 96.

, make the worse appear

the better, 113.

, the feast of, 165.

with pleasure mixed, 204.

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