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Uses of adversitr, sweet aw the, 42.

of this world. 102.

to what hase, we may return, 119.
r"hers In the even, full star, 136.
i'tiea, no pent-up, 429.
Utteranee, give them voiee and, 362.

of the early gods. iVi2-
Uttered or unexpressed. 440
l ttermost parts of the sea, 595.

Vaeaneies hy death are few, 370.

hy resignation none, 370.
Vaeancy, l*nd lonr eye on, 116.
Vaeant interlunar eave, 19".

mind a mind distressed, 357.

mind and hody filled, 66.

mind, that spoke the, 340.
Vneation, eonseienee have. 219.
Vagrom men. eomprehend all, 28.
Vain a--' the leaf upon the stream, 461.

eall it not, 447.

i* the help of man, 6^'3

loved in, 1 ouly know we, 470.

my weary seareh, 339.

pomp and glory of this world, 73

to tell thee all I feel. &9.

seals of love hut sealed in, 26.

wss the ehiefs pride, 284.

wisdom all, 183.

wh-hes stilled, he my, 396.
Vale in whose lK,som. 457.

meanest floweret of the. 331.

of life, seqnesteied. 829, 317.

of p*in. pleasures in the. 452.

of tears, heyond this, 440.

of years, deelined into the, 129.

swells from the, 341.
Vales, pyramids in, 265.

the Delphian, 500.
Valet, no one a hero to his, 630.
Valiant and euuning in fenee, 51.

man and free, 553.

taste death hut onee, 86.

the reproof, 46.

thon little, great in villany, 63.

treneher-man, a very, 27.
Valley of deeieion, 606.

so sweet, 457.
Valleys and roeks never heard. 353.

hills and, dales and flel'K. 17.
Vallomhmsa, hrooks in, 179.
Valour formed, he and, 188.

is eertaiuly going, 378.

is oozing ont, 37'.

is sneaking off, 378.

the hetter part of, 62, 638.
Valuahle, what is, is not new, 522.
Value, heing lost we raek the, 2y.

for its intrinsie, 298
Vandunek, Mynheer, 392.
Vanish like lightuing, 528.

Vanished hand, tnoeh of a, 650.
Vanities of earth, fuming, 414.

of life forego, 452.
Vanity, all is. &6,600.

all others are hnt, 424.

and vexation of spirit, 600.

Fair, heareth the name of, 213.

man is aitogether, 5lfi.

of this wieked world, 618.

of vanities, 6:0.
Vanqnished, e'en thongh, 341.
Vantage hest have took, 24.

eoign of, 91.
Vantage-ground of truth. 137.
Vapour sometime like a hear, 133.
Vapours, eongregation of, 109.
Variahle as the shade, 450.

lest thy love prove, 79.

year, rule the, 802.
Varied God, are hut the, 302.
Variety is the spiee of life. 361.

nor eustom stale her infinite, 1-32,

order in, *87.
Various, a man so, 222.

are the tastes of men. 334.

hustle of resort, 200.

earth was made so, 350.

his employments, 361.
Varying verse, 283.
Vase, you mav shatter the, 458.
Vassal tides. 554
Vast and middle of the night, 103.

antres, and deserts idle, 125.

is art, so, 276.
Vasty deep, 60.
Vanit, deep damp, 264.

fretted, 328.

heaven's ehon. 492.

makes this, a feasting presenee,82.

mere lees is left this, 94.
Vanited with sueh ease, 61.
Vaniting amhition, 92.
Vaward of onr yonth, 63.
Vehemenee of yonth, fiery, 450.
Veil is uuremoved, whose, 4t&
Veils her saered fires, 286.
Vein, Camhyses'. 59.

1 am not in the, 71.

it eheeks no, 303.

this is Kreles\ 34.
Veneration, have mueh. 138.
Vengeance, hig with, 308.
Vengeful hlade. 398.
Veni vidi viei, 628.
Veniee, 1 stood in, 475.

sate in state, 475.
Venom, huhhling. 471.

himself, all, 344.
Venomous, toad ngly and, 42.
Ventered life an' love an' yonth, 566.
Ventriele of memory, hegot in the, 32.
Vents In mangled forms, 43.
Venture, naught, naught have, 6,
Venture*, lose our, $rt.
Venus sets ere Mercury can rise, 289.

the Grecian, 323.
Ver, primrose first-born child of, 163.
Verbosity, thread of his, 33.
Verdure, spread* the fresh, 356.
Vera de Vere, caste of, 547.
Verge enough, ample room and, 327.
enough for more, 231 ■
of heaven, quite in the, 203.
of her confine, 122.
of the churchyard mould, 613.
Vermeil-tinctured lip. 202._
Vernal bloom, sight of, 18;S.
seasons of the year, 210.
Verfee, accomplishment of, 421.
cheered with end* of, 217.
cursed be the, 281
happy who in his, 227.
herself inspires, decorate the, 471.
hoarse rough, 278.
married to immortal, 205, 423.
may find him, a, 1*30.
one, for sense, 218.
one, for the other's sake. 218.
slide* into, hitches in a rhyme, 28*2
sweetens toil, 354.
the subject of all, 148.
unpremeditated, 194.
varying, 283.
who says in, 2S3.
will seem prose, 23ft.
Versed in books, deep, 107.
Verses, rhyme the rudder is of, 216

quire of bad, 522.
Very good orators, 46.

like a whale, 114.
Vessel, wife the weaker, 617.

the gilded, goes, 327.
Vessels large may venture more, 311.
Vestal modesty, pure and, 81.
Vestal's lot, blameless, 286.
Vesture of decav, this muddy, 41.
Veteran, superfluous lags the, 312.
Veterans rewards, the world its, 274.
Vex not his ghost. 124.

the brain, researches, 332.
Vexation of spirit, 600.
Vexing the dull ear of a drowsy man,

53
Vibrates in the memory, 404.
Vibrations, to deaden its, 537
Vicar of the Almightie Lord, 4.
Vice by action dignified, 80.

distinction between virtue and,

316.
gathered every, 286.

good old-gentlemanly, 487.
i a monster, 271.

Vice itself lost half its evil. 350.
of fools, never-failing, 276.
pays to virtue, the homage, 575.
prevails, when, 250.
virtue itself turns, 80.
Vices, ladder of our, 533.

many, mighty virtues, 481.
our pleasant, 124.
small, do appear, 121.
Vicious and virtuous, 271.
Vicissitude of things, the sad, 322.
Vicissitudes of fortune, 365.

of things, revolves the sad, 354.
Victims play, the little, 325.

priests altars. 288.
Victories, after a thousand, 135.

peace hath her, 208.
Victorious, o'er a' the ills o* life, 384.
Victors belong the spoils, to the, 404.
Victory, a Cad mean. 621.
follows in its train, 427.
grave where is thy. 2<S. 614.
if not, is yet r«venire, 182.
it was a famous, 425.
of endurance born, 516.
or death, resolved on. 578.
Vienna, looker-on here in, 26.
View, landscape tiro the, 299.
me with a critic's eye, 3 '4.
order gave each thing, 72.
that mocks me with the, 338.
with extensive, 311.
Viewless winds, imprisoned in 25.
Views of themselves, interested. 253.
Vigil long, patient search and, 485.

on the green, keep their, 544.
Vigilance, eternal, (526.
Vigilant, be sober be, 617.
Vigils keep, poets painful, 2S4.
Vigour from the limb, 473.
Vile, durance. 388.

guns, but for these, 58.
ill-favoured fault*, 23.
man that mourns, 269,
naught so, that on the earth doth

live, 80.
only man is, 464-
squeaking of the fife, 38-
Vilest sinner may return, 255
Village bells, music of those, 303.
first in a, 626.
Hampden, 329.
less than Islington, 174.
maiden sings, 354
sweet Auburn loveliest, 339.
Villain and he be miles asunder, 82.
condemns me for a, 72.
hungry lean-faced, 27.
ne'er a. In all Denmark, 107.
one murder made a, 347.
smile and be a, 107.

Villain, smiling damned. 107.
Villains hy neeessity, 121.

mareh wide, the, 61.
Villanies, sum of nil, 309.
Villanons eompany, 60.

low, foreheads, 20.

saitpetre, 58.

smell rankest eompound of, 28.
Villany, > lothemy naked. 70.

great in, thou little valiant, 53.

von teaeh me 1 will exeeute, 38.
Villatie fowl, 198.
Vindieate the ways of God, 258.
Vine, gadding, 203.

thon monareh of the, 132.

under his, and fig-tree, ti06.
Vines, hosomed deep in, 285.

foxes that spoil the, 602.
Vintage of Ahisezer. 587.
Violenee, hlown with restless. 25.
Violent delights have violent ends,80
Violently if they must, 398.
Violet and ox-lips, 35.

hy a mossy stone, 403.

glosing, 204.

here and there a, 366.

in the youth of primy nature, 101.

of his native land, 552.

throw a perfume on the, 54.

where the nodding, grows, 35.
Violets hlew, roses red and, 12.

hlue, daisies pied and, 33.

hreathes upon a hank of, 48

dim hut sweeter than the lids of
Juno^ eyes, 52.

Europe's, faintlv sweet, 495.

plueked,151,581.

sieken, when sweet, 494.

spring from her fair flesh, 119.

wonld give yon some, 118.
Virgin me no virgins, 652.

thorn, withering on the, 33.
Virgin's sidelong looks, hashful, 839.
Virginity, power o'er true, 200.
Virgins are soft as the roses, 480.
Virtue, all that are lovers of, 158.

alone is happiness, 273.

admiration of, 210.

anihition the soldier's, 133.

as wax to flaming yonth, 116.

assume a, if yon have it not, 116.

eeases to Ik' a, 348.

eonld see to do what virtue wonld,
200.

distinetion hetween viee and. 316.

feehle were, if, 202.

for whieh all, now is sold. 147.

fugitive and eloistered, 211.

graee and, are within. 220.

heaven hut tries onr, .3^3.

homage viee pays to, 576.

Virtue, humility Is a, all preaeh, 156.

if there he any, 616.

in her shape how lovely, 190.

is hold gooduess never fearful, 26.

is her own reword, 650.

is like preeions odours, 137.

itself 'seapes not, 104.

itself turns viee, 80.

linked with one, 481.

lovers of, all that are, 158.

makes the hliss, 336.

more, than doth live, 147-

most renowned, men of, 211.

mueh, in If, 46.

no man's, nor suffieieney, 30.

of neees*tte, maken, 2.

of neeessity, to make a, 649.

ouly makes onr hliss helow, 273.

onthnilds the pyramids, 265.

progressive, approving heaven. 301.

she finds too painful, 274.

some fall hy, 24.

the first, if thou wiit lere, 4.

then we find the, 29.

thongh in rags, 'i27.

under heaven, every, 282.

wars that moke amhition, 130.

with whom revenge is, 2»>7.
Virtue's ferine land. 221.

gnide, he my, 296.

mauly eheek, 372.

side, failings leaned to, 340.
Virtues, all heaveuly, shoot. 4i2.

he to her. very kind, 241.

eurse all liis, 249.

did not go forth of us, 23.

friend to her, 328.

is it a world to hide, in, 49.

mighty, many viees, 481.

pearl ehain of all. 146.

powers dominations, 191.

waste thyself upon thy. 23.

we write in water, 74.

will plead like angels, 92,
Virtuons aetions, i£4.

and vieions every man, 271.

heeanse thon art, 49.

deeds, hlessings wait on, 257.

if a man he, withal, 3.

Mareia towers ahove her sex, 249.

outrageously, 252.

who that is most, 3.
Virtnonsest disereetest hest, 194.
Virtus sua gloria, 583.
Visage, devotion's. 110.

in his mind, saw Othello's, 126

lean hody and. 213.

on his hold. 450.
Visnges do eream and mantle, 36.
Visihle, no light hut darkness, 173.
Vision, a mote delightful, 350.

Virion and the faculty divine, 421.

baseless fabric of this, 20.

beau lie, enjoyed in, 1H(>.

cleat dream and solemn, 201.

I took it for a faery, 200.

never dazzle th« feminine, 628.

sensible to feeling, 93.

write the, make it plain, 606.

young men's, '£22.
Virions, multiplied, 605.

of glory, 828.

young men shall we, 606
Visit her fore too roughly, 102.

o'er the globe, our annual, 377.
Visitations daze the world, 528.
Visiting acquaintance. 378
Visitings, compunctious, 91.
Visits like those of angels, 233, 300.
Vital iu every part, 192.

spark of heavenly flame, 283.
Vixure fortes ante Agamemnooa, 436
Vocal spark, instinct with music, 404.

voices, singers with, 244.
Vocation, "t is my, 57.
Vociferation, sweet, 244.
Vociferous, voices most, 244.
Voice and utterauce, give them, 302.

ascending high, 255.

big manly, 44

bird shall carry the. 60L

cry sleep no more, 94.

each a mighty, 412.

give few thy, 104.

I Blng with mortal, 192.

in every wind, 325.

in my dreaming ear, 444.

in the street, utteretii lier, 595.

is still for war, 249.

lost with singing of anthems, 63.

more wife I ring with mortal, 192.

my spirit can cheer, 510.

of all the go Is, 32.

of cUaniierv, 693.

of God, daughter of the, 413.

of gratitude, still small, 32$.

of nature criee, 33 K

of sweetest tone, 524.

of that wild horn, 450.

of the sluggard, 265-

of the turtle is heard, 602.

or hideous hum, 207.

seasoned with a gracious, 39.

so charming left his, 192.

sole daughter of his, lt*5.

sounds like a prophet's, 500.

still email, 533.

sweeter thy, 551.

that U still, sound of a, 550,

the harmony of the world, 13.

thrill of a happy, 5o2.

wandering, 404.

Voice was ever soft gentle and low, 124.

watch-dog's, 340.

you cannot hear, 1 hear a, 293.
Voices, ancestral, 435.

earth with her thousand, 435.

keep tune and oars keep time, 461-

most vociferous, 244.

music when soft, die, 494.

thank you for your, 76.

two, are there, 412.

your most sweet, 76.
Voiceful sea, swelling cf the, 433.
Void, left an aching, 3')4.

rapture to the dreary, 479.
Volcano, dancing on a, 634.
Volscians in Corioli, 1 fluttered your,

77.
Volscians* ears, unmusical to, 76.
Voluble is his discourse, sweet and, 32.
Volume of my brain, book and, 107.

small rare, 3!si.

within that awful, 453.
Volumes in folio, I am for whole, 31
Voluptuous swell, music with its, 473.
Vomit, dog is turned to his, 617.
Votaress, imperial, passed on, 34.
Votarist, like a sod, 199.
Vote, hand and heart to this, 465*

that shakes the turrets, 544.
Vow and not pay, 600.

better thou shouldst not, 600.

uie no vows, 602.
Vowels, open, tire the ear. 277-
Vows, lovers', seem sweet, 432.

soul lends the tongue, 1<)5.

with so much passion, 23S.
Voyage, dry as the biscuit after a, 43.

of their life, 8*.
Vulcan's stithy, foul as, 113.
Vulgar boil an egg. 284.

familiar but by no means, 104.

flight of common souls, 367.

the great, an 1 the small, 174.
Vulture, rage of the, 480.
Vultures, protection of, to lambs, 330.

Wad some power, O. 335.
Wade through slaughter, 329.
Wades or creeps or flies, 136.
Waft a feather or to drown a fly, 202.

me from distraction. 474.

thy name beyond the sky, 470.
Wafcure of your hand, angry, 85.
Wag all, iu hall where lieards, 6.
Wager, opinioua backed by a, 434.
Wagers, fools use arguments for, 213.
Wages of sin is death, 013.
Wags, see how the world, 43.
Wail, nothing to, 1!>8.
Wailing winds and miked woods, 516.
Warn, wheels of "uwrW, 199.

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Waist, pound the slight, 478.
Wait a century for a reader, 154.

who only stand and, 208.
Waited for the train, 650.
Wake and call me early, 54$.
dream of those that. 242.
thee, till angels, 813.
to perish never, 420.
tremble when 1,890.
Waked by the circling hours, 131.

me too soon, you have, 255.
Wakeful nightingale, 188
Wakefulness, fail with, 520.
Wakens the slumbering ages, 528-
Wakes, at country, 228.

the bitter memory, 186.
Waking bliss, certainty of, 200.

night of, morn of toil, 451.
Wales a portion, 381*.
Walk beneath it steadfastly, 642.
bevond the common, 2*53.
by faith not by sight, 614.
l' v moon or glittering starlight, 189
far as the solar, 300.
in fear and dread, 432.
of art, everv,897.
of virtuous lile, 263.
the earth unseen, 189.
while ye have the light, 612.
with, pretty to, 163.
with stretched forth necks, 603.
with you talk with you, 37.
Walked in glory, him who, 405.
iu paradise, 546.
in Thebes's streets, 426.
Walketh iu darkness, 594.
Walking and mincing as they go, 603
in an air of glory • 214.
shadow, life "s but a, 100.
Walks abroad, take my. 254.

benighted nnder midday sun, 200.
echoing, between, 195.
eye nature's, 268.
happy, and shades, 195.
In beauty like the night, 482.
o'er the dew, 101.
the waters like a thingof Hie, 481.
to-morrow, already, 487.
np and down with me, 53.
Wall, close the, up with our English
dead, 65.
feather bed betwixt a, 216.
in the office of a, 55.
of partition, middle. 615.
weakest goes to the, 77.
whitewashed, 341.
Waller was smooth. 283.
Walls, banners on the outward, 99.
peace be within thy, 686.
scone, do not a prison make, 172-
theatres porches, 373*

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