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Spring with the nameless pathos in the air.......... 422 The dreamy rhymer's measured snore.............
Stabat mater dolorosa.......

.. 355 The dule 's i' this bonnet o' mine..................... 196
St. Agnes' Eve,-ah, bitter chill it was........ . 176 The dusky night rides down the sky.............
Stand here, by my side and turn, I pray........... The earth goes on, the earth glittering in gold......
Stand! the ground's your own, my braves !......... 590 The elder folk shook hands at last, .......

378
Star of the mead! sweet daughter of the day....... 46

The fairest action of our human life................. 282
Star that bringest home the bee...................... The fallen cause still waits..............

596
Stay, jailer, stay and hear my woe!......
. 339 The farmer sat in his easy chair..

229
Steady, boys, steady!.....

... 526 The farmer's wife sat at the door....
Steer hither, steer your winged pines.....

. 825 The fire of love in youthful blood...............
Still to be neat, still to be drest.......

The first time that the sun rose on thine oath...... 190
Strong Son of God, immortal love....

The forward violet thus did I chide.................. 123
Stop, mortal! here thy brother lies..... ...... 914 The fountains mingle with the river................. 188
Straightway Virginius led the maid.....

The Frost looked forth, one still, clear night.......,
Summer has gone...............

The frugal snail, with forecast of repose............ 487
Summer joys are o'er,,,

The glories of our birth and state....

......

301
Sweet and low, sweet and low.....

The gorse is yellow on the heath........
Sweet are the thoughts that savor of content..... The grass is green on Bunker Hill........
Sweeet Auburn ! loveliest village of the plain...... The gray sea and the long black land.....
Sweet, be not proud of those two eyes............... The groves were God's first temples................
Sweet bird ! that sing'st away the early hours...... 479 The half-seen memories of childish days............
Sweet day, so cool, so calm, so bright................ The harp that once through Tara's halls............ 577
Sweeter and sweeter.

The heart of man, walk it which way it will. ......
Sweet Highland Girl, a very shower ....

The heath this night must be my bed............
Sweet is the pleasure.............
557 The hollow winds begin to blow.....

427
Sweet is the voice that calls.....

The island lies nine leagues away...........
Sweetly breathing vernal air........

The isles of Greece, the isles of Greece!..............
Sweet stream that winds through yonder glade.... 106 The Jackdaw sat on the Cardinal's chair. ........... 965
Swiftly walk over the western wave....

748
Sword, on my left side gleaming...... ........ The keener tempests rise ; and fuming dun......... 439

The kiss, dear maid, thy lip has left.................. 234
Take back into thy bosom, earth.....

The knight had ridden down from Wensley Moor.. 660
Take one example to our purpose quite.............

918 The laird o' Cockpen he's proud and he's great.... 200
Take, o, take those lips away.....

The lark sings for joy in her own loved land........ 483
Tears, idle tears, I know not what they mean..... The latter rain,-it falls in anxious haste............ 433
Tell me not in mournful numbers.........

The lion is the desert's king........................... 467
Tell me not, sweet, I am unkinde......

The llttle brown squirrel hops in the corn ..........1008

................. 235
Tell me where is fancy bred.........

The little gate was reached at last.......... ....... 170
Tell me, ye winged winds.....

The maid, and thereby hangs a tale....... ..... 211
Thank Heaven! the crisis..........

299 | The maid who binds her warrior's sash............
That each who seems a separate whole.....

The melancholy days are come..............
That I love thee, charming maid............ .. 190 The merry brown hares came leaping ............ 330
That which hath made them drunk......

The merry, merry lark was up and singing....... 280
That which her slender waist confined, ...

The midges dance aboon the burn .................. 411
The angel of the flowers, one day..................., 464 The might of one fair face sublimes my love........
The Assyrian came down like the wolf on the fold. 501 The mistletoe hung in the castle hall....... ....... 891
The autumn is old.........

The moon it shines.......................... ..... 78
The Autumn time is with us.........
434 The more we live, more brief appear...............

...... 741
The baby sits in her cradle.........

The Moth's kiss, first!..........

....... 188
The baby wept , ............

The moving accident is not my trade....... ........ 661
The bard has sung, God never formed a soul....... 261 | The muse disgusted at an age and clime...........

..... 587
The barge she sat in, like a burnished throne...... 712 The Muse's fairest light in no dark time.............
The bell strikes one; we take no note of time....... Then before all they stand, the holy vow............
The black-haired gaunt Paulinus.....

Then hear me, bounteous Heaven !........
The blessed damozel leaned out.........

Then took the generous host..........

464
The blessed morn has come again.......

440 The night has a thousand eyes......
The boy stood on the burning deck .....

. 614 The night is late, the house is still.................... 277
The breaking waves dashed high..................... 587 | The night was dark, though sometimes a faint star 409
The brilliant black eye......

........... 131 | The night was winter in his roughest mood.........
The bubbling brook doth leap when I come by.... The ocean at the bidding of the moon............... 631
The busy larke, messager of daye.

418 The old mayor climbed the belfry tower...........
The careful hen.........

The path by which we twain did go....... ....... 113
The castle crag of Drachenfels...........

The play is done,-the curtain drops....... ....... 344
The cold winds swept the mountain's height....... The poetry of earth is never dead ..... ........
The conscious water saw its God and blushed..... The point of honor has been deemed of use.........
The country ways are full of mire........

The Queen looked up, and said.....................
The cunning hand that carved this face.........

The rain has ceased, and in my room......
The curfew tolls the knell of parting day.

There are a number of us creep............
The day had been a calm and sunny day......

There are gains for all our losses.........

106
The day is cold, and dark, and dreary.......
14 | There are no colors in the fairest sky....

908
The day returns, my bosom burns .....

18 There are some hearts like wells............
The devil sits in easy-chair.....

There are who say the lover's heart.................. 208

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There came a man, making his hasty moan......

Thou still unravished bride of quietness.

718
There came to the beach a poor exile of Erin...... Thou who dost dwell alone......... ..........
There in the fane a beauteous creature stands...... 776 Thou who, when fears attack......................... 990
There is a dungeon in whose dim drear light........ 222 Thou whose sweet youth.............
There is a flower, a little flower....

Three fishers went sailing out into the west......... 621
There is a garden in her face........

Three poets, in three distant ages born.
There is a niland on a river lying.....................1000 Three students were travelling over the Rhine
There is no force, however great...................... 992 Three years she grew in sun and shower............ 103
There was an ape, in the days that were earlier.... 991 | Through her forced, abnormal quiet................. 159
The summer and autumn had been so wet.......... 879 Thus, then, I steer my bark........................... 742
The summer sun is falling soft......

Thy braes were bonny, Yarrow stream......

288
The summer sun was sinking...

..... 840 | Thy error, Fremont............

...............................

Horar... 935
The sunburnt mowers are in the swath.............. Tiger ! tiger ! burning bright.

468
The sun comes up and the sun goes down........... 769 Time has a magic wand....

972
The sun has gane down o'er the lofty Ben Lomond. 148 'Tis a dozen or so of years ago............. ..1005
The sun is warm, the sky is clear..................... 'Tis a fearful night in the winter time..... ..... 440
The sunlight fills the trembling air................. 'Tis an old dial dark with many a stain......

184
The sunlight glitters keen and bright............... 609 | 'Tis a little thing........................................ 770
The sun shines bright in our old Kentucky home... 238 'Tis beauty truly blent, whose red and white........ 122
The sun sinks softly to his evening post.............1008 'Tis believed that this harp..........

hat this harp............................
The sun that brief December day.....

..... 436 | 'Tis midnight's holy hour....
The tattoo beats; the lights are gone................ 522 'Tis morning: and the sun with ruddy orb....
The thoughts are strange that crowd into my brain 449 'Tis much immortal beauty to admire...
The time hath laid his mantle by..................... 421 'Tis night, when Meditation bids us feel......
The tree of deepest root is found..........

756 'Tis past,--the sultry tyrant of the South....
The twilight hours, like birds, flew by.....

'Tis sweet to hear.........
The wanton troopers, riding by.............

'Tis the last rose of summer..

El.......................... 465
The waters purled, the waters swelled.......

'Tis the middle watch of a summer's night.....
The weary night is o'er at last.................

"Tis time this heart should be unmoved......
The weather leach of the topsail shivers.

To bear, to nurse, to rear......
The wind blew wide the casement............

| To be, or not to be,-that is the question..........
The wind it blew, and the ship it flew.......

To claim the Arctic came the sun......
The winds transferred into the friendly sky........ | To draw no envy, Shakespeare, on thy name........
The winter being over.............
420 To heaven approached a Sufi saint.

365
The wisest of the wise....

To him who, in the love of Nature, holds.......... .. 307
The word of the Lord by night.
597 Toiling in the naked fields........

557
The world goes up and the world goes down....... 214 | Toil on! toil on! ye ephemeral train......

623
The world is too much with us...............

........
.. 403 | Toll for the brave.........

612
The world is very evil.......

To make my lady's obsequies......................... 300
The world's a bubble, and the life of man....... 20 To make this condiment your poet begs.............1013
The Yankee boy before he's sent to school...... 979 | To-morrow's action! can that hoary wisdom.....
They are all gone into the world of light............ 274 | Too late, alas ! I must confess..
They are dying! they are dying!.................... 579 Too late I stayed,-forgive the crime !...... ....... 117
They come! the merry summer months............ To seal to sea! the calm is o'er.........

...... 630
They course the glass, and let it take no rest....... T' other day, as I was twining..............
The year stood at its equinox..........

To the sounds of timbrels sweet........
They'll talk of him for years to come............ | Toussaint! the most unhappy man of men...... . 921
They told me I was heir: I turned in haste...... | To weary hearts, to mourning homes.............. 275
They tell me I am shrewd with other men.......... | To write a verse or two is all the praise...........
They've got a bran new organ, Sue................... 995 To you, my purse, and to noon other wight...... . 204
Think not I love him, though I ask for him.......... 144 Tread softly,-bow the head....
This figure, that thou here see'st put................. 905 Tres Philosophi de Tusculo..........

......, 991
This book is all that's left me now.......

| Trochee trips from long to short.......

.......1015
This is the forest primeval......

True bard and simple,-as the race....... .......... 920
This is the ship of pearl which poets feign.......... 625 | True genius, but true woman! dost deny...........
This life, and all that it contains.................... Turn, Fortune, turn thy wheel....................... 777
This only grant me that my means may lie......... | Turn, gentle Hermit of the dale.....

...... 138
This region, surely, is not of the earth.............. Turn, turn, for my cheeks they burn,

...... 168
This way the noise was, if mine ear be true....... 829 'Twas a jolly old pedagogue, long ago............
This world's a scene as dark as Styx.............. 1015 'Twas at the royal feast, for Persia won............. 771
Those evenlng bells! those evening bells !........... 716 'Twas in heaven pronounced, and 'twas muttered
Thou blossom, bright with autumn dew...... 465 in hell..............

....... 778
Though the mills of God grind slowly.....

| 'Twas ever thus from childhood's hour..............
Thought is deeper than all speech........

| 'Twas in the prime of summer time.................. 895
Though when other maids stand by.......

156 'Twas morn, and beautiful the mountain's brow...
Thou Grace Divine, encircling all..........

392 'Twas on the shores that round our coast...........
Thou happy, happy elf !........

| 'Twas the night before Christmas.............
Thou hast sworn by thy God, my Jeanie......

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Two barks met on the deep mid-sea.................. 115
Thou hidden love of God, whose height............

390 Two hands upon the breast.........
Thou large-brained woman........................... 923 Two little feet, so small that both may nestle...... 77
Thou lingering star, with lessening ray......

Two mites, two drops, yet all her house and land. , 362
Thou little bird, thou dweller by the sea...........

482 | Two of far nobler shape, erect and tall..........

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Two pilgrims from the distant plain....

When a'ither bairnies are bushed to their hame.... 91
Two went to pray ? O, rather say.......

Whenas in silks my Julia goes........................ 126
Tying her bonnet under her chin............

When Britain first, at Heaven's command.......... 576

Whence comes my love? O heart, disclose..........
Under a spreading chestnut-tree......

When chapman billies leave the street..
Under my window, under my window.............. When chill November's surly blast........ ....... 332
Underneath this marble hearse....................... When Delia on the plain appears.......
Unfading Hope! when life's last embers burn...... When descends on the Atlantic....
Untremulous in the river clear....

When Eve brought woe..............
Up from the meadows rich with corn... ....... 596 | When falls the soldier brave.......................... 532
Up from the South at break of day......

594 When first I saw sweet Peggy......
Upon ane stormy Sunday...............

When first thou camest, gentle, shy, and fond......
Upon a rock yet uncreate...

When Freedom, from her mountain height..........
Upon the white sea-sand......

333 | When God at first made man......
Up! quit thy bower!.......

When I am dead, no pageant train.......

903
Up springs the lark........

When icicles hang by the wall...............
Up the airy mountain........

When I consider how my light is spent.............. 366
Up the dale and down the bourne..........

When I do count the clock that tells the time....... 753
Up the streets of Aberdeen............

When in the chronicle of wasted time................

When in the storm on Albion's coast...........
Veni, Creator Spiritus.......

When Israel, of the Lord beloved...

372
Veni, Sancte Spiritus, ........

When I think on the happy days..
Victor in poesy! Victor in romance !.......

926 | When Learning's triumph o'er her barbarous foes.. 905
Vital spark of heavenly flame!...

365 When leaves grow sere all things take sombre hue. 434

When Lesbia first I saw so heavenly fair, ........... 713
Waken, lords and ladies gay.......

....... 658 When lovely woman stoops to folly.................. 336
Warsaw's last champion from her height surveyed 583 When Love with unconfined wings.................. 146
Wave after wave of greenness rolling down........ 692 When maidens such as Hester die..

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We are two travellers, Roger and I.

When mighty roast beef was the Englishman's food 575
Weehawken! In thy mountain scenery yet........ When Music, heavenly maid, was young............ 773
Wee, modest, crimson-tippèd flower.....

462 | When o'er the mountain steeps.......
Weep ye no more, sad fountains...........

When on my bed the moonlight falls.....
Wee, sleekit, cow'rin, tim'rous beastie............ When shall we all meet again............
Wee Willie Winkie rins through the town......... When stricken by the freezing blast........
We have been friends together.............

116 When Summer O'er her native hills..
We knew it would rain, for all the morn,

427

When that my mood is sad and in the noise........ 448
We know not what it is, dear, this sleep so deep.... When the black-lettered list to the gods was pre-
Welcome, maids of honor!.....

....... 461/ sented.
Welcome, welcome, do I sing......

| When the British warrior queen....

572
We live in deeds, not years..........

When the hounds of spring..........
We meet 'neath the sounding rafter........

When the hours of day are numbered....... ........
We parted in silence, we parted by night.. .240 | When the humid shadows hover....... ........ 97
We pledged our hearts, my love and I......

When the lamp is shattered..........
Were I as base as is the lowly plain....... ........ When the lessons and tasks are all ended............
Werther had a love for Charlotte.......

When the sheep are in the fauld..........
We sat by the fisher's cottage........

691 When to the sessions of sweet silent thought........ 115
We scatter seeds with careless hand.......

When troubled in spirit, when weary of life........
We see not, know not; all our way.....

When your beauty appears....... ............... 185
We stood upon the ragged rocks........

| Where are the men who went forth in the morning 530
We the fairies blithe and antic.........
.. 835 | Where are the swallows fled ?.............

318
We were crowded in the cabin..........

Where are you going, my pretty maid............... 958
We were not many,-we who stood.

Whereas, on certain boughs and sprays............. 992
We wreathed about our darling's head......

Where did you come from, baby dear ?.............. 78
Whan that Aprille with hise shourès soote.......... 695 Where is the grave of Sir Arthur O'Kellyn ?.........
What a moment, what a doubt!.........

Where the remote Bermudas ride.................... 625
What ails this heart o' mine....... .......... 245 Whether with reason or with instinct blest.......... 781
What change has made the pastures sweet.......... 167 Which is the wind that brings the cold ?.............
What constitutes a state ?.......

.......... 599 Which I wish to remark, and my language is plain. 987
What does little birdie say................. .......... 80 Which shall it be? which shall it be?................
What hid'st thou in thy treasure caves and cells ?.. 619 While on the cliff with calm delight she kneels..... 81
What hope is here for modern rhyme............... While sauntering through the crowded street...... 760
What is death ? 'Tis to be free..

Whilom by silver Thames's gentle stream...........
What is it fades and flickers in the fire........ 227 | Whither, midst falling dew...
What is the little one thinking about ?............... Whoe'er she be........

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What needs my Shakespeare for his honored bones. 906 Who has not dreamed a world of bliss............
What's fame?-a fancied life in others' breath..... Who has not heard of the Vale of Cashmere........
What shall I do with all the days and hours....... Who would care to pass his life....

.............. 974
What's hallowed ground? Has earth a clod...... Why came the rose ? Because the sun is shining... 148
What's this dull town to me ?.

Why, lovely charmer, tell me why................... 146
What was he doing, the great God Pan ?............ 865 | Why sits she thus in solitude ?.
What, was it a dream ? am I all alone.........

Why so pale and wan, fond lover ?...........

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Wheel me into the sunshine ........ ro...cocoon, 325 Why thus longing, thus forever sighing............. 392

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Widow Machree, it's no wonder you frown ........ 200 Ye mariners of England...........
Wild rose of Alloway! my thanks....

915

Ye powers who rule the tongue...
Willie, fold your little hands......................... 16 Yes! bear them to their rest.........
With awful walls, far glooming, that possessed....6 “Yes," I answered you last night.........

144
With deep affection.................................... Ye sons of freedom, wake to glory!.........

584
With fingers weary and worn..

| Ye who would have your features florid............. 545
With how sad steps, O moon! thou climb'st...... Yield to me now, for I am weak.......

weak...................... 371
Within the navel of this hideous wood.............. 830 "You are old, Father William," the young man
Within these walls of Arcadie...

cried.......................

........ 545
Within the sober realm of leafless trees............. 710 You bells in the steeple.............

....... 101
With silent awe I hail the sacred morn.............. 410 You charm when you talk............................
With sorrow and heart's distress..............

"You have heard," said a youth.................. .. 156
Woodman, spare that tree!.......

| You know we French stormed Ratisbon............. 513
Wordsworth upon Helvellyn ! let the cloud ........ 914 You lay a wreath on murdered Lincoln's bier......
Word was brought to the Danish king.

You meaner beauties of the night.............
Wouldst thou hear what man can say.............. You must wake and call me early....................
Would ye be taught, ye feathered throng............ 904 Young Ben he was a nice young man................ 963
Would you know why I summoned you together ?.. 875 "Young, gay, and fortunate !" Each yields a theme. 106

196

Young Rory O'More courted Kathleen Bawn........
Year after year unto her feet........

| Your fav'rite picture rises up before me............
Years, years ago, ere yet my dreams................ | Your horse is faint, my king, my lord................
Ye banks and braes O' bonnie Doon.................. 249 Your wedding-ring wears thin, dear wife........... 221
Ye little snails.......

.... 486 | You see this pebble stone? It's a thing I bought...1008

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ANALYTICAL INDEX

OF FAMOUS AND APT POETICAL QUOTATIONS.

The Poetical Quotations referred to in this Index will be found-as indicated by the page-number fol.
lowing the line or phrase indexed-either in the body of some poem, or as a brief or “fragment" in its
appropriate Division. The key-words, under which these are indexed, will ordinarily be the nouns of the
quotation, although there is many a “bold expressive phrase," the essential peculiarities of which are
indexed, whatever they may be. Take two familiar instances, the key-words being here italicized:

Truth crushed to earth shall rise again" :
is found in WM. CULLEN BRYANT's poem entitled “The Battle-Field," on page 534; while

Sighed and looked unutterable things
on page 204 is found to be a fragment from “The Seasons: Summer," by JAMES THOMSON. Thus the reader
may ascertain the position in this volume, the original source or poem, the name of the author, and the
correct reading of the thousands of poetical quotations given in the book,

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ABANDON, all hope, ye who enter here, | Adds a precious seeing, 203.

Age to come my own, make the, 811.
396.
Adieu, dear amiable youth, 796.

'twixt boy and youth, 108.
Abashed the devil stood, 398..

my native shore, 238.

| Ages, alike all, 232.
Abdiel, the seraph, 387. '

she cried, and waved her lily hand, heir of all the, 258.
Abode, dread, 307.

235.

his acts being seven, 711.
Abora, Mount, singing of, 834.

so sweetly she bade me, 241.

once in the flight of, 308.
Above the reach of ordinary men, 807. Admiration, greatest works of, 348.

three poets in three, 907,
Abridgment of all that was pleasant in Admire, where none, 133.

through the, one purpose owns, 257.
man, 724.
Admit impediments, 208.

wakens the slumbering, 812.
Absence, every little, is an age, 248. Admitted to that equal sky, 399.

Ages, ye unborn, 868.
makes the heart grow fonder, 248. Adoption tried, their, 121.

Agonies, despairing, 800.
I dote on his very, 248.
Adore the hand, 312.

Agony all we know of, 583.
increases love, 248.
Adores and burns, seraph that, 394.

distrest, though oft to, 203.
of occupation is not rest, 815.
Adorn a tale, point a moral or, 909.

of prayer, 358.
short, hurt him more, 248.
the cottage might, 690.

swimmer in his, 632.
Absent a sigh the, claims, 801.

Adorned the most when unadorned, 795. Agree as angels do above, 399.
from him I roam, 389.
Adorning with so much art, 795.

Aid, apt alliteration's artful, 807.
thee from felicity awhile, 811.
Adorns and cheers the way, 800,

foreign, of ornament, 795.
though, present in desires, 248.
Adulteries of art, 713.

Air a chartered libertine, 723,
Absolute rule, eye sublime declared, 711. Advantage, feet nailed for our, 397.

and harmony of shape, 725.
Abstract doth contain that large, 107. Adventure of the diver, 801.

benediction of the, 807.
Abyss, cares little into what, 271.

preys upon high, 798.

bites shrewdly, 491.
Abyssinian maid, it was an, 834.
Adversaries, as, do in law, 121.

desert and illimitable, 481.
Academe, olive grove of, 720.
Adversity, autumn of, 120.

diviner, an ampler ether, 399.
Academes that nourish all the world, 133. bruised with, 345.

fairer than the evening, 134.
Accent, persuasive, 724.

crossed with, 345.

fills the silent, 491. .
Accidents by flood and field. 145.
Adversity, sweet are the uses of, 348.

heaven's sweetest, 722.
Accomplishment of verse, 766.

works wrought by, 348.

hurtles in the darkened, 540.
Account, beggarly, of empty boxes, 809. | Advices, lengthened sage, 847.

is delicate, 720.
sent to my, 310.
Aerial tuinult swells, 631.

is full of farewells, 272.
Accoutred as I was, 670.
Aery-light his sleep, 490.

love free as, 215.
Accuse not nature, 795.
Affairs of men, tide in the, 802.

melted into thin, 867.
Acorns, oaks from little, 107.
Affect, study what you most, 804,

nipping and an eager, 491.
Acquainiance, should auld, 118.
Affections mild, of, 724.

of glory, walking in an, 274.
Acres, few paternal, 225.
Affects to nod, 771.

recommends itself, 720.
over whose, walked, 397.
Affliction, try me with, 725.

scent the morning, 489.
Act well your part, 781.*
Affliction's heaviest shower, 398.

summer's noontide, 492.
Acting of a dreadful thing, 900.

violence, 348.

sweetness on the desert, 306.
Action, faithful in, 120.

Affront me, a well-bred man will not,780. to rain in the, 489.
in the tented field, 145.
Afric's sunny fountains, 395.

trifles light as, 207.
lose the name of, 297.
After-loss, drop in for an, 271,

vocal, 726.
no worthy, done, 398.
Afterwards he taught, 697.

wantons with the lovesick, 133.
of the tiger, imitate the, 503.

Agate-stone, no bigger than an, 836. Air-drawn dagger, 868.
pious, we sugar o'er, 396.
Age, ache, penury, 347.

Airs, gentle, fresh gales and, 209.
Actions, speaker of my living, 811.

accompany old, 794.

Airy nothing, a local habitation to, 867.
virtuous, are but born and die, 811. be comfort to my, 394.

purposes, execute, 868.
Actors, these our, were all spirits, 867.

cannot wither her, 712.

tongues that syllable men's names,
Acts being seven ages, 711.

expect one of my, you'd scarce, 107.

830.
little nameless, 404.

grow dim with, the sun, 759.

Aisle, long-drawn, 306.
our angels are, or good or ill, 797.

in every, in every clime, 370.

Aisles of Christian Rome, 736.
the best who thinks most, 742.

labor of an, 906.

Ajax strives to throw, 806.
those graceful, 795.

not of an, but for all time, 906. Alarums, stern, 541.
unremembered, 404.

of ease, 687.

Alderman, forefinger of an, 836.
Adage, cat i' the, 800.

old, serene and bright, 311.

Ale, belly God send thee good, 946.
Adain dolve and Eve span, 559.

root of, worm is at the, 308,

spicy nut-brown, 785.
the goodliest man of men, 712.

should accompany old, 794.

Alexandrine, needless, 806.
the offending, 395.

soul of the, 905.

Alike all ages, 232.
waked so customed, 390.
talking, made for, 686,

fantastic if too new or old, 806.
Adam's fall, sinned all in, 397.
that melts in unperceived decay, 794. Alive, bliss to be, 490.

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