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Reasons are as two grains of

wheat, M.

'a whole pleasure, 156.

Keekoning, so comes a, 170.

Red spirits and gray, 49.

Rede, may you better reck the,

309.
Redeemer liveth, my, 4.
Reed, bruised, shall he not break,

10.
Regions change their site, 133.
, Religion, humanities of, 246.
Relic of departed worth, 260.
Remedy, things without, 48.
Remember such things were, 50.
Remorse, farewell, 115.
Remote from men, 169.

—; , unfriended, 200.

Repentance rears her snakv crest,;

183.
Reputation, seeking the bubble,

41.

Right, his can't be wrong whose
life is in the, 156.

divine of kings, 167.

Righteous forsaken, 5.
overmuch, 9.

Righteousness and peace, 5.

exalteth a nation, 7.

Ringing grooves of change, 279.
Ripe and ripe, 40.
River of his thoughts, 267.
Road, a rough, a weary, 223.
Roam, where'er I, 200.
Robbed, he that is, 69.
Robbing Peter he paid Paul, 294.
Robes and furred gowns hide all,

71.

dies at every word,

164.
Resignation gently slopes the way,

202.
Resolution, native hue of, 82.
Retirement urges sweet return,

119.
Retreat, loopholes of, 212.
Reveals while she hides, 192.
Revelry, there was a sound of, Mo.
Revels now are ended, 26.
Rewards of veterans, 159.
Rhetoric, dazzling fence of, 122.

, ope his mouth for, 130.

Rhine, wash the river, 245.

Rhyme nor reason, 96.

—-—, and build the lofty, 123.

the rudder is, 131.

, one for sense and one for,

133.

, dock the tail of, 290.

Rialto, in the, 37.

Ribbon, give me what this, bound,

108.
Rich man and the camel, 16.

, not gaudy, 77.

. with forty pounds a year,

203. ''

Richard is himself again, 148.
Riches make themselves wings, 7.
Ridiculous, and the sublime, 302.
Right, whatever is, is, 155.

loosely flowing, M.

Rock shall fly from its firm base,

254.
Rocket, rose like a, 301.
Rocks, caves, lakes, 113.
Rod, and thy staff', 5.

of iron,' 25.

, a chief's a, 157.

of empire, 196.

, spare the, 133.

Roderick, art thou a friend to, 254.
Rogue, every inch not fool is, 240.
Roman, than such a, 68. holiday, butchered to

make a, 262."

. senate long debate, 149.

Romans, countrymen and lovers,

66.
Rome, palmy state of, 75.

, more than the Pope of, 132.

falls, falls the world, 262.

Romeo, wherefore art thou, 72.
Ronne, to waite, to ride, to, 96.
Room, who sweeps a, 102. , ample, and verge enough,

195.
Root of the matter, 4.

, the axe is laid to the, 18.

Rose, happy is the, distilled, M.

by any other name, 72.

in aromatic pain, 154.

fairest when budding, 254.

Rosebuds, gather ye, 104.
Roses, the scent of the, 256.

in December, 268.

Ross, the man of, 160.

Rot and rot, 40.

Rough-hew them how we will, 66.

Round about this great, 215.

Rout upon rout, 114.

Rowland for an Oliver, 307.

Rub, ay, there 's the, 81.

Rubies, wisdom priced above, 4.

, where grew the, 103.

Ruin, majestic though in, 113.

upon ruin, 114.

or to rule the State, 139.

, beauteous, lovely in death,

176.

, fiercely drives her plough-
share, 17b.

Rule thee with a rod of iron, M.

, eve sublime declared abso-
lute/115.

—, the good old, 230.

Ruling passion strong in death,
159.

Run, that he may, that readeth, 12.

Runs, who, may read, 178.

Rural quiet, 183.

Rustic moralist, 196.

Sacrifice, turn delight into a, 102.
Sadder and a wiser man, 242,
Safety, pluck this flower, M.
Sage, he thought as a, 208.
Sail, set every threadbare, 289.
Saint, 'twould provoke a, 158.
St. John mingles with my bowl,

165.
Saints in crape and lawn, 158.

, his soul is with the, 244.

Salt of the earth, 14.

Sampson, the Philistines be upon

thee, 2.
Sans teeth, sans eyes, 41.
Sapphire blaze, 195.
Sang, it may turn out a, 223.
Satan, get thee behind me, 16.

, so call him now, 117.

finds some mischief, I8O.

Satire's my weapon, 165.

in disguise, 305.

Saul and Jonathan, undivided in

death, 2.
Savage, wild in woods, the noble,

141.
Saviour's, the birth is celebrated,

75.
Saw the air, 82.
scandal about Queen Elizabeth,

219.

Scars, he jests at, 72.
Sceptre, a barren, in my gripe, 47.
Schemes, best laid, 222.
Scholar, gentleman and a, 223.
Science frowned not, 197.
Science, O star-eyed, 249.
Scoff, came to, 203.
Scorn, he will laugh thee to, 12. , what a deal of, looks beau-
tiful, 29. , fixed figure, for the time

of, 90.

, laughed his word to, 213.

Scraps of learning dote, on, 178.
Screw your courage. 46.
Scripture, the Devil can cite, M.
Scylla, your father, 37.
Sea, sunk in the flat, 122.

, light that never was on, 238.

, mysterious union with the,

240.
—, first that burst into" that, 241.

, alone, alone, on a wide, 242.

—, like ships that have gone

down at, 255. , glad waters of the dark blue,

265.

, the open, 278.

Seals of love, 31.

Season, to every thing there is a, 8.

Seasons return with the year, 114.

Second childishness, 41.

Sect, slave to no, 158.

See oursel's as others see us, 222.

Seek and ye shall find, 15.

Seems, madman, I know not, 75.

Seigniors, most potent, grave, and

reverend, 86.
Self-slaughter, canon 'gainst, M.
Sempronius, we'll do more, 149.
Senators of mighty woods, 27.
Sensations sweet, 233.
Sense, one for, 133. , want of decency is want

of, 136.
Senses, steep in forget fulness, 57.
Sentence, he mouths a, 209.
Sentiment, pluck the eye of, 290.
Sepulchres, whited, 17.
Sermon, who flees a, 102.

,—, perhaps turn out a, 223.

Sermons in stones, 39.
Serpent sting thee twice, M. , trail of the, 309.

Ships dim discovered, 184. that have gone down at sea,

255. that sailed for sunny isles,

283.
Shocks, that flesh is heir to. 81.
Shoe has power to wound, 192.
Shoot, to teach the young idea

how to, 183.
Shore, rapture on the lonely,

263.

, dull, tame, 278.

Shot heard round the world, 285.
Should auld acquaintance, 223.
Shout that tore hell's concave,

111.
Show, that within which passeth,

76.

, a driveller and a, 188.

, this world is all a fleeting,

256.
Shreds and patches, 84.
Shrewsbury clock, fought a long

hour by, M.
Shrine of the mighty, 263.
Shrines to no code, 2£6.
Shut, shut the door, 164.
Sigh, passing tribute of a, 196.

no more, ladies, 207.

yet feel no pain, 256.

Sighed and looked again, 138. unutterable

things, 184.
Sign, dies and makes no, 60.
Sight, out of, out of mind, M.

, loved not at first, L.3.

of vernal bloom, 114.

, a goodly, to see, 259, 260.

Silence is the perfectest herald of

joy, 32. in love bewravs more woe,

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Serpents, be ye wise as, 15.
Servants can make drudgery di-
vine, 102.
Service, I have done the state

some, M.
Servitude, base laws of, 141.
Set terms, 40.
Sex to the last, 138.
Shade, sitting in a pleasant, M.

, a more welcome, 169.

, softening into shade, 185.

, ah, pleasing, 194.

, boundless contiguity of,

211. of that which once was

great, 230.
Shadow, life is but a walking, 52. , float double, swan and,

230.
Shadows, come like, 50. , coming events cast

their, before, 250.

, we are, 301.

Shad well never deviates into

sense, 142.
Shaft that made him die, 109.

at random sent, 254.

Shakespeare, sweetest, Fancy's

child, 126.

's magic, 141.

Shall I, wasting in despair, 100.
Shame, an erring sister's, 264.

, blush of maiden, 284.

Shape, take any, but that, 48. , thou com'st in such a

questionable, 78.

, execrable, 114.

, if shape it might be called,

114.
Shapes and beckoning shadows,

121.
She walks in beauty, 269.
Shears, Fury with the abhorred,

123.
Shell, convolutions of a, Mo. , music slumbers in the,

276.
Shepherd, Hast any philosophy in

thee, 41.

tells his tale, 125.

Sheridan, broke the die in mould-
ing, 268.
Shew, under saintly, 115.
Ship, idle as a painted, 242.

, the wings of, 121.

, ye wolves, 167.

, come then, expressive,

185.
Siloa's brook, 110.
Siloam's shady rill, 257.
Simplicity a child, 166.
Sin, fools make a mock at, 6.

of the world, 19.

, wages of, is death, 20.

—, no, for a man to labor in his

vocation, 54.

Sin could blight or sorrow fade,

245.
Sinews, stiffen the, 59.
Single blessedness, M.
Sinned against, more, 70.
Sinning, more sinned against

than, 70.
Sins, charity shall cover the mul-
titude of, 25.

, compound for, 131.

Sion hill delight thee more, 110.
Sires, few sons attain the praise

of their, 168.

, green graves of your, 286.

Sirups, drowsy, of the'world, 89.

, lucent, 271.

Sits the wind in that corner, 32.
• Six hundred pounds a year, 152.
Sixpence, I give thee, 226.
Skies, looks commercing with

the, 124.

, raised a mortal to the, 138.

Skill, is but a barbarous, 106.
Skin of my teeth, 4.

and bone, 172.

Sky, forehead of the morning, 124. , the storm that howls along

the, 206. , souls are ripened in our

northern, 217.

, star shining in the, 229.

, witchery of the soft blue,

235.

, canopied by the blue, 267.

Slain, thrice he slew the, 137.
Slaughter, lamb to the, 10. , forbade to wade

through, 196.
Slave, base is the, that pays, M.
Slavery or death, which to choose,

149.

a bitter draught, 300.

Slaves, what can ennoble, 157.

, Britons never will be, 185.

Sleep, he giveth his beloved, 6.

of a laboring man, 8.

, folding the hands to, 8.

, our life is rounded with a,

27. knits up the ravelled sleave

of care, 47.

, gentle sleep, M.

, some must watch, while

some must, 83.

Sleep, tired nature's sweet re-
storer, balmy, 174.

, undisturbed, 189.

, blessings on him who in-
vented, 295.

, the mantle that covers all

human thoughts, 295.

Sleeps, till tired he, 156.

Sleeve, wear my heart upon my,
M.

Slept, thought her dying when
she, 273.

Sloth finds the down pillow hard,
69.

Slough of despond, 143.

Sluggard, 't is the voice of the,
lfcO.

Slumber, a little, 8.

Small Latin and less Greek, 99.

things compared with great,

167.

Smell, ancient and fish-like, M.

Smels, throws her swete, al
around, 95.

Smile and be a villain, 79.

that glowed celestial, 118.

, to share the good man's,

203.

from beauty won, 249.

Smiles, seldom he, 65.

,, kisses, tears, and, 231.

Smoke and stir, above the, 121. that so gracefully curled,

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Solitude, makes a, and calls it

peace, 265.
Something too much of this, 83.
Son, two-legged thing a, 139.

of his own works, 294.

Song of Percy and Douglass, 295.

Sophonisba, 0, U6.

Sorrow, puck from the memory

a rooted, 51.

, wear a golden, 62.

, parting is such sweet, 73.

, than in anger, more in,

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-, to pine with feare and, M.
-, her rent is, 101.
-, some natural, 230.
— returned with the morn,

250.

Sorrow's keenest wind, 235.

Sorrows come not single, M.

, transient, 231.

Soul, the iron entered into his, 13.

. , lose his own, 16.

, thou hast much goods, 18.

, harrow up thy, 78.

, lay not that flattering unc-
tion to your, 85.

, to fret thy, with crosses, M.

is form, 96.

of the age, 99.

like seasoned timber, 102.

, a happy, 106.

of Orpheus, 124.

, take the prisoned, 121.

under the ribs of death, 122.

, pride and haughtiness of,149.

smiles at the drawn dagger,

150.

, merit wins the, 164.

, the flow of, 165.

, palace of the, 259.

, the whiteness of his, MI.

is wanting there, 263.

, that eve was in itself a. 265.

is dead that slumbers, 287.

soul's dark cottage, 108.

calm sunshine, 157.

Souls, immediate jewel of their,

213.

282.

sympathize with sounds,
whose sudden visitations,

-, corporations have no, 307.

Sound and fury, 52.

the clarion, M.

, persuasive, 152.

, an echo to the sense, 162.

, sweet is every, 2fc0.

Sounds, melodious, on every side,

128.
Sounding brass, 22.
Source of sympathetic tears, 194.
South, o'er mv ear like the sweet,

28.
Sow, wrong by the ear, 134.
Soweth, shall reap, as he, 23.
Space and time annihilate, 167.
Spare the rod, 133.
Spark of heavenly flame, 167.

, vocal, 230.

Sparkled, was exhaled, 177.
Sparks fly upward, 4.
Sparrow, caters for the, 39. , providence in the fall of

a, 86.

- fall, or hero perish, 154.
Speak by the card, 85.
of me as I am, 91.

Spears into pruning-hooks, 12.
Speculation in those eyes, 48.
Speech, thought deeper than, 291.
Speed the going guest, 165.

the parting guest, 168.

Spenser renowned, 109.

, a little nearer, 109.

Spiders crawling on my startled
hopes, 148.

's touch, 155.

Spin, nor toil not, 14.
Spirit wounded, 7.

, haughty, 7.

return unto God, 9.

indeed is willing, 17.

, present in, 21.

ill, have so fair a house, M.

stirring drum, 90.

that fell from heaven, 112.

of my dream, 267.

, or more welcome shade,

169.

ditties of no tone, 271.

, the accusing, 299.

Spires pointing to heaven, 240.
Spirits are not finely touched, 30.

from the vastv deep, M.

. — twain, 291.

Spite, in learned doctors, 287.

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