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SLNESS, 2967-26 1487. 15792, 1075. 1600.
SICKNESS, 2744-2747. 673. 1910. 2440.
UNBELIEF, 2915. 2916. 1217. 914–917. 167-172. 1965–1967.
UNFAITHFULNESS, 2917. 905. 2830. 2309.
UNFRUITFULNESS, 2918, 1063. 1670.
UNION, 2920. 2921. 404. 1084.
UNITY, 425. 440. 1421. 1425. 1654. 2238. 2963.
| UNIVERSE, 2922. 564-577. 1769. 2373-2384.
UNREADINESS, 1574. 2109. 701.
UNTUTANKFULNESS, 2923. 1981-1984. 1443.
UNWORTHINESS, 2924. 1802. 1880-1889. 25.35
USEFULNESS, 2925. 2926. 956. 1650. 2399. 2702.
USELESSNESS, 1180. 1690. 1917. 24.
VACILLATION, 913. 2013. 1185. 1943. 1944. 334.
VALOR, 2927. 1786-1797. 1544–1551. 281. 273.
VARIETY, 2932. 5. 91. 332. 2149.
VENGEANCE, 2933. 2934. 919. 2049-2061. 2776. 2966.
VICISSITUDE, 325-829, 2361-2867. 1130-1134.
VIGILANCE. 441. 434. 1077. 2967-2970.
VOLUPTUOUSNESS, 2213. 2214. 2682. 2683. 2973–2978.
Vows, 2948. 2747. 2410-2412, 491-496.
WAITING, 2949-2953. 447. 2420. 1067. 1068.1078 1079.
WAR, 2956–2960. 206. 1394. 1878. 2351. 1476-1478.
WARFARE, 2961-2964. 207. 1688. 1821.
WARNING, 2965, 624. 922. 919. 1934. 715. 1075. 1600.
WATCHCARE OP GOD, 29966. 1487. 1579. 2119
WATCHFULNESS, 2967–2970. 441. 1077. 434. 2429-2434.
WAY, 396. 1645. 1800. 1975. 831, 2504.
WEALTII, 2973–2978. 905. 2213. 2214. 2682. 2683. 2000.
WEDDING, 2979-2981. 2092 2093.
WEEPING, 665. 2982. 2983, 2842-2846. 2347–2850.
WICKEDNESS. 2984. 2985. 2052 2985-2939. 1113. 1114
WIDOWROOV), 2986. 225-231.
WIFE, 2987-2992. 1890. 1029.
WILL, 73, 1896-1898.
WINE, 2993-2995, 2001-2003. 931-938. 12-15.
WINTER, 2990-2998. 2728. 2280
WISDOM, 2999–3003. 2233, 1192. 885. 2078-2083. 87.
WISDOM OF GOD, 2999. 873. 1507.
WISHES, 3004. 801-808. 2005. 153-158. 2163. 2164.
WIT, 8006. 3007. 1996-2000. 2498.
WITNESS, 3008. 1188–1193.
Womax, 3009-30:20. 1285. 2208. 2500, 1135–1137. 2091.
WORDS, 3021-3025. 986. 2069.2801. 2802. 2095, 2832–
WORKS, %034. 8035. 1069. 1553. 2814. 2015. 2275.
WORLD, 3036-3041. 1073-1077. 1768. 664-567. 2373-2384.
WORLDLINESS, 3042, 93-96. 430. 913. 188-194. 1280-1285.
WORLDLING, 3043-3015. 2131.
WORSHIP, 3046-3051. 393. 666. 765. 1521. 841-850. 2530
WORTH, 3052. 509. 1426. 1616. 1171-1173. 2284-2236.
WRONG, 951. 1113-1117. 1151-1161. 2751-2754.
YEAR, 3051, 8055. 2388-2890. 2421. 2422.
YESTERDAY, 8056. 2460, 2461.
YOUNG LADY, 2213, 2216.
ZEAL, 8066-3068. 145. 742.885. 1001-1005. 842 1082.
| Zion, 8069-3071. 424-441. 2021-2023. 2283–2293. 2325.
INDEX OF FIRST LINES AND AUTHORS.
R. Browning 224 A life of honor and of worth Manrique, ir 2123
Guyon, tr. 1939
| A little longer still-patience
67 A little word in kindness
2109 All are architects of Fate
82 All are but parts of one
All are not taken ! there are left E. B. Browning 2656
Alleluia, alleluia !
Tr. by Bonar 90
2226 All hail ! thou noble land
1105 All is dying; hearts are breaking Spitta, tr. 2036
1277 | All nature a sermon may
1608 | All nature seems at work
1433 All night the lonely suppliant Tr, by Trench 519
1564 All the world's a stage
2413 All things are big with
2965 All things that are on earth. Tr. by Bryant 2182
321 All vice to which man yields Tr. by Alger 2613
2959 Alone with Thee ! alone with Thee R. Palmer
A man may cry church! church! Hood
769 A man once sat with his good wife Tr. by Alger 843
895 A man there came, whence none Alingham 2868
AUTHOR SONEER A man through Syria's deserts Rückert, tr. 2131 A novel was a book
Pollok A man to-day the glory of his Pollok
2236 Answer me, burning stars of night Hemans Ambition is the vice of noble souls Nant
100 Anywhere with Jesus, says the Am I a coward
Shakespeare 562 A parent ask'd a priest his boy to
921 | A pilgrim, bound to Mecca, quite Tr. by Aiger 470 A million beats of man's united Tr. by Alger 1493 | A pining sceptic towards a
Grahame 26 A moaning cry as the world rolls 1071 A priest by Heaven ordained Dercart
8316 Among the beautiful pictures A. Cary
285 | A plague upon them! wherefore Shakespeare Among the sons of men how few Churchill
2017 Apollyon, Baalim, Beelzebub Bickersioth 1101 A monk, when his rites sacerdotal Jane Taylor 336 A rare thing is faith, and friendship Tupper
1400 Amy died-Dear little Amy Ingelow
357 Are old people bow'd by weak'ning Barnes A mystic cup was mixed of Tr. by Alger 2437 | Are there on carth (let me not call Young An aged Sultan placed before his Tr. by Alger 1495 Are virtue, then, and piety Young An atheist is ever the most Tupper
2915 Are we not brothers
Shakespeare And all these lines are underscored Greenwell
1163 Are we not creatures of one hand Manzoni, tr. And all you men, whom greatness Cowley
2338 Art may tell a truth
R. Brordning 18 And art Thou grieved, sweet and Herbert
1808 | Art thou weary, art thou languid Stephen, tr. And as the waxing moon can take Ingelow
1483 As Adi, with the youthful
Tr. by Alger
As by the churchyard yew my Van And could we choose the time Chaucer
674 | As by the shore, at break of day Moore And did He rise
285 As custom arbitrates, whose Byron And freedom thus, of old, so often Percival
1390 As felt the gross Material
Pollok And greedy avarice by him did ride Spenser 191 As frost to the bud, and blight to Tupper
142 And have I measured half my C. Wesley 1513 A shipwrecked sailor on a desert Dewart And how I bless night's consecrating Young
2396 Ask what prevailing, pleasing Moore And is there care in heaven
122 | Asleep in Jesus! Blessèd kleep M. Mackay And is this the prime
Coleridge 2731 As 'mid the ever-rolling sea And lo l the glories of the
631 | A smith at the loom and a weaver Tupper And lo! upon the extreme verge Bickersteth 1706 As one in days of old would fly Townsend $0.9 And may I still get there
828 | As 'plains the homesick ocean Oagood And messages from shipwrecked Ingelow
1818 As precious gums are not for Dryden And next to him malicious Envy Spenser
1103 A sprout of evil, ere it has struck Tr. by Alger 1158 And Noah went up into the ship Ingeloro
772 | As some of us, in trust, have made Butler And now, unveiled, the toilet Pope
1280 As some rare perfume in a vase Slouce And oh! what changes we all Barnes
2367 As the heart-strings only render Adam of St. Victor, tr. 887 And O 1 if perchance there should W. A. Butler 926 As the rose doth its fragrance Tr. by Alger 164 And on the throne Bickersteth 2052 As through the artist's intervening Prior
1751 Androcles from his injured
2670 As 't pleases God, so it pleases me J. Friedrich And since in God's recording book Alexander 475 A strong and mailed angel
1078 And slight withal may be the Byron
2270 A strong tower is the Lord our God Luther, fr. And sometimes in my house
2072 As two embracing palms, whose Ken And so the Word had breath Tennyson
1556 As we do turn our backs
1410 And still from Him we turn away cunch 1902 As wrapt and hidden in the stone's Nant
10-12 And thou, gray voyager to the Whittier
3055 A tender mother lives
More And there lives not a victim of Dercart
1437 At evening to myself I say
C. Wesley And there were hypocrites
Bickersteth 1771 | At every motion of our breath Montgomery And these vicissitudes tell best in Byron
1189 | Atheist, forbear: no more
Watts And we talk'd-oh, how we talk'd! E. B. Browning 622 A thing of beauty is a joy forever Keats
213 And what art thou, thou idol Shakespeare 323 A thought lay like a flower E. B. Brorening And whence, then, came these
439 A thousand gnats make up R. Broroning And when the fadeless crown Bickersteth 2259 A thousand years, and years on Cowe
1195 And when Time sweet opiates Clinch
502 | A thousand years a poor man Tr, by Alger 2.134 And who, that walks where men of Wordsworth 162 At midnight, in his guarded tent Halleck And wilt thou now, that God Mant
2847 A traveller through a dusty road C. Mackay And yet, fair brow, no fabling Campbell 2622 | A true good man there was
Chaucer And yet the fate of all extremes Pope 2403 A truth it is, few doubt, but fewer Young
2142 And yet, what god-like gifts Willis
1466 At summer eve, when Heaven's Campbell An Eastern prince his vizirs once
8010 Auspicious hope ! in thy sweet Campbell Angels are men of a superior kind Young
121 | Authority intoxicates,
1144 Another feature in the ways of God Pollok 91 | Avenge, O Lord, Thy slaughter'd Milton
2019 Another hand is beckoning us Whittier 1402 | A very little goodness goes for much
AUTHOR NUMBER A vintner at the point of death Bürger, tr.
Be useful where thou livest Herbert
2926 A voice from the desert comes Drummond 896 Beware of doubt-faith is the E, O. Smith 2638 Avoid a villain as you would a Oriental, tr. 464 | Beware of too sublime a sense Cowper
28.95 Awake, my soul, and with the sun Ken 2330 | Beyond life's raging fever
957 Awake, my soul, lift up thine eyes Barbauld 345 Beyond these chilling winds Priest
1728 Awake, my soull not only
1764 Away from his home and the Hunter
1321 Bikásur had of penance
Tr. by Alger 2001 Away, then, causeless doubts and Lyte 940 Bitter, indeed, the waters are Neroton
593 Away with custom ! 'tis the plea Layard
623 Black horror ! speed we to the Southey Away with death-away
64 Away with my fears
234 A weaver sat one day at his loom P. Cary
2474 Blest Charity! the grace long Ken A wife's a man's best piece; who Shirley 2992 Blessed credulity, thou great Machen
579 A wind came up out of the sea Longfellow
Blessed, yet sinful one, and
2263 A wretched thing it were to have Trench
1694 Blest are the pure in heart
2614 A year has ended-let the good Percival
2676 Blest be the God of love
1150 Ay, Justice, who evades her
267 Ay, thou art for the grave
2845 Blow, blow, thou winter wind Shakespeare 1984 A young maiden's heart
1699 A youngster at school, more sedate Cowper
887 Blynde obstynacye
Huntingdon 1783 Bear Thou my burden, Lord, who Bonar
827 | Bold spirit! who art free to rove Wordsworth 1097 Beats there a heart within that Tr. by Falconer 1701 | Boast not the titles of your Jonson
117 Beautiful, beautiful childhood WINES 861 Bound upon the accursèd tree Milman
612 Beautiful, sublime, and glorious Barton
2724 | Break Oblivion's sleep
1995 Beautiful Zion, built above
2471 Beauty and Truth, though never Buchanan
158 Brethren, arise
1010 Beauty is but vain and doubtful Shakespeare 213 Bright as the pillar rose at
1448 Beauty-may that of holiness be Gould 808 Bright as the skies that cover thee Willis
620 Be calm in arguing: for fierceness Herbert
151 Be firm I one constant element Holmes 1825 | Bring then these blessings to a Pope
1610 Before Elisha's gate
1463 Before the seas, and this terrestrial Odid, tr.
669 Bring us the higher example E. B. Broroning Before us now it rose, builded Bickerseth 1717 Brittle beauty, that Nature
Earl of Surrey 211 Begin the day with God
1979 Behold an emblem of our human Wordsworth
But all in vain: no fort can be Spenser
2856 Behold a patriarch of years, who Tupper
But all our praises why should Pope
223 Behold, fond man
2902 Behold that daughter of the world Tupper
1284 | But as I mused, there crowded Bickersteth 2956 Behold the bed of death
676 | But as it sometimes chanceth Wordsroorth 828 Behold, the Bridegroom cometh Tr. by Moultrie 40 But conscience, in some awful Coroper
400 Behold the child, by Nature's Pope
But deem not thou somo
2372 Behold the happy man, his face Tupper 2916 | But despite as their doom whom Beattie
812 Behold the inexorable hour at Young 695 | But dream not helm and harness Whittier
1786 Behold I the mountain of the Bruce
2325 But first Messiah spake
Bickersteth 2672 Behold the sun, that seem'd but Wither 1145 But happy they, the happiest of Thomson
1876 Behold the world-Rests, and her 2394 But if there be who follow Paul Keble
1919 Behold where yon pellucid
2223 Be kind to each other
2072 But me, not destined such delights Goldsmith 1177 Be kind to thy father, for when
2071 | But mightiest of the mighty Borring 2373 Believe me, if all those endearing Moore
2184 | But never more than once
Euripides, tr. 303 Beloved, it is well 1209 But no, alas! we've never seen Moore
2242 Beneath Moriah's rocky side W Cheyne 2850 But not even pleasure to excess Thomson
2510 Beneath this stony roof reclined Warton
1785 But now the fourth day
564 Be not afraid to pray
2453 Be not proud, but now incline Herrick 827 But quiet to quick bosoms is a hell Byron
1066 Be patient ! oh, be patient! 2467 But scarce observ'd the knowing Johnson
2217 Best unbar the doors E. B. Browning 2103 But see where, in the clear Follen
2391 Be thou clad in russet weed Burns 2527 But soft, my friend ; arrest the Cotton
2009 Be thrifty but not covetous Herbert 1187 But strange indeed the distribution Pollok
1997 Better than gold is a thinking 2866 But there was one in folly father Pollok
2314 Better through life barefooted Tr. by Alger 2988 But these young scholars
506 Between a wise magician Oriental, lr. 2598 But the unfaithful priest
2309 Between broad fields of wheat Read
1830 But 'tis some justice to ascribe Davenant 1908 Between divine and human life Tr. by Alger 1524 But to my mind-though I am Shakespeare 620 Between the acting of a dreadful Shakespeare 1996 But true religion, sprung from Henry More 2637 Between the dark and the daylight Longfellow 59 But what of all the joys of earth Pollok
1541 Botween two breaths what
1469 Betwixt heaven, earth, and skics Ovid, tr. 1252 But when good Saturn, banish'd Ooid, tr.
AUTHOR SUMBER But when I go-to my lone bed Sigourney
658 Come, ye thankful people
AVord But when the silence and the Wills
1998 Companion none is like
Vaux But when we in our viciousness Shakespeare 2936 Compared with this amazing Montgomery 3095 But where to find the happiest Goldsmith
2470 Composed of many thoughts Pollok By all means use sometime to Herbert
1162 Congenial HOPE! thy passion Campbell 3060 By ceaseless action all that is Cooper
1179 Conscience, what art thou ? thou Young By day she woos me, soft C. G. Rossetti 3011 Consider, man, weigh well thy J. Gray
1109 By myself walking
Beaumont 536 By nature peaceable and frail Southey
1428 Could I command with voice or Montgomery 1467 By nature's law what may be Young
768 Could I, from heaven inspired Couper By Nebo's lonely mountain
2340 Could not that wisdom which Herbert By no means run in debt
1427 Could the wine-cop tell its story By Satan's subtlety beguiled C. Wesley
2450 Could we with ink the ocean fill By the poor widow's oil and meal Newton 1348 Countless chords of heavenly Mackay
157 By trifles, in our common ways Punshon
202 Courage, O faithful heart
Littlewood By weakest ministers, the Almighty Jenner
2565 Crabbed age and youth
Shakespeare Call back the dew
2180 Creation, which had groan'd Bickersteth Call now to mind what high
Creator ! let Thy Spirit shine Burleigh Can I not sin, but Thou wilt be Herrick 8008 Cross, most adored, to thee I give Tr.
1699 Can I see another's woe
2507 Custom does often reason overrule Earl of Rochester 62 Canst thou tell me what is Oriental, tr. 190 Custom forms us all
Gill Canst thou thy body on thy bed Want
2542 Custom, 'tis true, a venerable Thomson Careful without care I am
1617 Careless seems the great Avenger Lowell
2966 Dare to do right
G. L. Taylor "Carry me across !"
906 | Dare to think though others frown Ceaselessly the weaver, Time Burleigh
2883 Dark is the night, and fitful Deryce Cease, ye tearful mourners Clemens, tr. 299 Daughter of Jove, relentless T. Gray
51 Chains of my heart, avannt, I say Keble
181 Day and night my toils
Wordsroorth Cheerful, O Lord I at Thy
2501 Day by day the manna fell Conder Child, amidst the flowers at play Hemans
2539 Day dawned; within a curtained Procter Child, by God's sweet mercy given Syrus, tr.
Day divine, when in the temple Gin
1807 Child of day, thou knowest not Landor
1961 Day of vengeance, without Thomas of Celano, tr. 63 Child of my love, “LEAN HARD"
295 Days come and go
13-11 Children are what the mothers are Landor
2343 Dead. There's an answer to E. B. Browning 647 Children of wealth or want Holmes 1111 | Deal gently with us, yo who read Holmes
1941 Children, that lay their pretty Craik 2658 Dear Chloe, while the busy crowd Cotton
1821 Christian, to arms! behold in sight P. Palmer
144 Death have we hated, not
Norris Christ the Lord is risen to-day C. Wesley 1027 Death in the pot ! 'tis always C. Wesley
1347 Cities have been, and vanished Percival
743 Death is a fearful thing
Shakespeare Cities of proud hotels
793 Death is here in spirit, watcher Tupper Clad in a robe of pure and spotless Neale
428 Death is short and life is long C. G. Rossetti Cleon hath a million acres
1387 Death opens her sweet white Bailey Cling to the Crucified
2027 | Death's at my door, walks to my Zringit, tr. Close the door lightly
721 Death, the old serpent's son
Taylor Close up the Ledger, Time
2421 Death, thou wast once an uncouth Herbert Columbia, Columbia, to glory Droight
114 Death worketh
1952 Come and deck the grave with Monsent
1590 Deem not that they are blest alone Bryant Come and sit by me
815 Deep is the sea, and deep is hell Tupper Come away
912 Delay not, delay not, 0 sinner Hastings Come, be happy! sit near me Shelley 2316 Delightful task ! to rear the tender Thomson
STS Come, blessed of my Heavenly
221 Desire himself runs out of breath Raleigh Come, bring thy gift. If blessings Herbert
494 Desire of every land! The nations Pollok Come, disappointment, come! White 860 Despair not, Virtue, who in Prince
818 Come forth ! come on, with Sach, tr. 1430 Detraction 's a bold monster, and Massinger Come hither, ye faithful
418 Dim as the borrow'd beams of Dryden Come, Holy Ghost, our souls inspire
1814 | Ding dong! ding dong
2912 Come labor on
2487 | Disappointment rather seemed Pollok Come! let us arise, and press to 904 Discord, a sleepless hag, who never Wolcot
881 Come, Lord, and tarry not Bonar
41 Dismissed to glory with a kiss of Come, O como! in pious lays in pions lays Wither 764 Does the dark and soundless riyer Cooper
660 Come, O my soul, thy certain ruin
1934 Does the road wind up-hill C. G. Rossetti 2147 Come, 0 Thou Traveller unknown C. Wesley 1225 Domestic happiness, thou only Corper
1657 Come then, Amiction, if my Swain
Domestic Love ! not in proud palace Croly
1887 Come, then, tell me, sage divine Akenside 1477 Do no sinful action
Alexander Comc to Calvary's holy mountain, Montgomery 306 Do not, as some ungracious
Shakespeare Come to the land of peace 1737 Don't catch the fidgets; you have Holmes
1176 Come, ye faithful, raise the John of Damascus, tr. 1028 Dost thou not know-That of all More