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Plump Jack, banish, 85.
Plumpy Bacchus, 158.
Plunder, power of public, 529.
Plunge, Festus 1, 643.
Plunged in, accoutred as I was, I, 110.
Plutarch, no such person as, 730.
Plutarch's men, one of, 660.
Pluto's cheek, drew tears down, 250.
Po, or wandering, 394.
Pocket, little in one's own, 789.

not scruple to pick a, 282.
smiles while it picks yer, 350.

stole and put it in his, 110.
Poem, himself to be a true, 253.

is a proof of genius, a great, 590.
life of a mau a, of its sort, 578.
rhymed or unrhymed, 5.
round and perfect as a star, 607.

with music or with, 241.
Poesy, heavenly gift of, 270.

seeds of, by heaven sowy, 317.

some participation of divineness, 169.
Poet be joyful, let the, 655.

cannot die, the, 027.
dies, when the, 188.
God is the perfect, 643.
has grudge against poet, 693.
is made as well as born, 179.
lunatic lover and the, 59.
naturalist and historian, 367.
once loved, 335.
sings, this is truth the, 626.
soaring, 253.
speak to men with power, 578.
still more a mau than men, 578.
they had no, and they died, 330.
was ever, so trusted before, 372.
whose work so content us, 388.

without love, 578.
Poets are all who love, 654.

are sultans, 258.
are the hierophants of inspiration, 568.
by their sufferings grow, 216.
dream, as youthful, 249.
fancy, or youthful, 301.
feigu of bliss and joy, 94.
forms of ancient, 504.
histories make, witty, 168.
in their misery dead, 470.
in three distant ages born, 270.
iu youth begin in gladness, 470.
lose hall the praise 221.
pensive, paintul vigils keep, 331.
sing, all that, C06.
steal from Homer, 185.
styled, love is a boy by, 213.
that, lasting marble seek, 220
things the first, had, 10.
we, in our youth, 470.
who feel great truths, 654.

who made us heirs, 477.
Poet's brain, should possess a, 40.

darling, the, 473.
dreani, consecration and the, 475.
ear, flattery lost on, 187.
eye in a fine frenzy rolling, 59.
eye, muse with a, 513.
lines, where go the, 136.

Poet's pages, sculptured in stone on, 648

pen turns them to shapes, 59.
Poetess, maudlin, 326.
Poetic child, meet murse for a, 489.

fields encompass ine, 29).
justice with lifted scale, 330.
nook, seat in some, 536.
pains, pleasure in, 119.

prose, warbler of, 421.
Poetical, gods had made thee, 70.
Poetry, angling is somewhat like, 207.

best words in best order, 505.
is speaking painting, 742.
melancholy madness of, 688.
men are cradled into, 560.
mere mechanic art, 414.
of earth is never dead, 577.
of ethics from Byron's, 591.
of speech, the, 545.
old-fashioned, 208.
prose run mad not, 327.
simple passionate and sensuous, 254.
tender charm of, 486.

wit eloquence and, 260.
Point a moral or adorn a tale, 365.

armed at, exactly cap-a-ps, 128.
don't put too fine a, 792.
his slow unmoving finger at, 155.
of a diamond, 835.
of all my greatness. 99.
of death, at the, 811.
swim to yonder, 110.

thus I bore my, 84.
Points, armed at all, 128.

in the law, eleven, 296.
of heaven, kindred, 485.
out an hereafter, 298.
the meeting, 326.
to yonder glade, 335.

true to the kindred, 485.
Poison for serpents, 718.

for the age's tooth, 78.
of misused wine, 243.
one man's, another's meat, 199.
ounce of, in one pocket, 593.

steel nor, can touch him, 121.
Poisoned chalice, 118.

rat in a hole, like a, 292.
Poisoning of a dart, 261.
Poke, drew a dial from his, 68,

pig in a, buying or selling or, 20.
Pole, from Indus to the, 333.

soldier's, is fallen, 159.
to pole, beloved fron. 149.
to pole, truth from, 300.
true as the needle to the, 300.

were I so tall to reach the, 303.
Policy, honesty is the best, 790.

kings will be tyrants from, 410.

turn him to any cause of, 91.
Polished idleness, 457.

manners, 422

razor, satire is like a, 350,
Polite learning, men of, 284.

never mentions hell to ears, 322
Politeness, pine-apple of, 440.
Political bands, dissolve the, 434.

fault, it is a, 805.

Politician, coffee makes the, wise, 326. Poor though much they have, 22.
that would circumvent God, 143.

to do bím reverence, 113.
Politicians, whole race of, 290.

to slight the, 315.
Politics, conscience with, 442.

Tom's a-cold, 117.
Poll, all taxen was his, 142.

too, for a bribe, 387.
talked like poor, 388.

wanders heaveti-directed to the, 321.
Pollutes whate'er it touches, power, 567. wants that pinch the, 421.
Pollutions, safe from siu's, 615.

weak palsy-stricken, 575.
sun through, 109.

when that the, have cried Cæsar wept,
Pomegranate from Browning, some, C20. 113.
Pomp, all his, without his force, 412. wise man like a book, 181.
and circumstance, 154.

without Thee we are, 421.
and glory of this world, 99.

Poorest man in his cottage, 365.
blot out vain, 755.

Pope of Rome, no more than the, 212.
candied tongue lick absurd, 137. Popery, inclines a man to, 222.
give lettered, 618.

Popish liturgy, 365.
of age, monumental, 479.

Poplar pale, edged with, 251.
of power, 381.

Poppies overcharged with rain, 338.
sepulchred in such, 251.

pleasures are like, 451.
take physic, 147.

Poppy nor mandragora. 154.
to flight, puts all the, 333.

Population, agricultural, bravest, 719.
worthless, of homage, 571.

Populous city pent, long in, 239.
Pomps and vanity, 800.

Porcelain clay of humankind, 277.
Pompey's shade, great, 298.

of human clay, 558.
Pompous in the grave, 219.

Porcupine, upon the fretful, 131.
Pond, mantle like a standing, Go.

Porpentine, upon the fretful, 131.
Ponderous and marble jaws, 131.

Porpoise, fat as a, 293.
axes rung, no, 535.

Porridge, breath to cool your, 773, 789.
woe, though a, 289.

nose into other men's, 787.
Pontic sea, like to the, 155,

Port as meke as is a mayde, his, 1.
Pool, mantle of the standing, 147.

for men, 374.
Poop was beaten gold, 157.

of all men's labours, 170.
Poor a thing is man, how, 39.

pride in their, 395.
always ye have with you, 813.

to imperial Tokay, 380.
and content is rich enough, 153. Ports and happy havens, 80.
annals of the, 384.

Portal we call death, whose, 615.
but honest, my friends were, 73. Fortance in my travels' history, 150.
Christ himself was, 190.

Porters, hung with grooms and, 626.
considereth the, 820.

Portion, he wales a, 447.
creature small beer, 89.

in this life, my, 253.
destruction of the, 825.

of that around me, I become, 543.
exchequer of the, 81.

of uncertain paper, certain, 550.
give the rest to the, 770.

that best, of a good man's life, 467
grind the faces of the, 833.

Portions of eternity, 656.
he that considereth the, 820.

of the soul of man, 656.
he that hath pity upon the, 827. Portius, thy steady ten per, 297.
how many, I 301.

Posies, thousand fragrant, 41.
I am stale, 160.

Possess a poet's brain, 40.
I rich they, 22.

but one idea, he seems to, 371.
in thanks, I am even, 134.

to see to feel and to, 541.
indeed, makes me, 153

Possessed but not enjoyed, 312.
infirm weak and despised, 147.

by their money, 188.
laws grind the, 395.

first I have, 519.
lone woman, 89.

with inward light, 503.
love their country and be, 336. Possessing all things, 501.
make no new friends, 611.

too dear for my, 102.
man has grudge against poor man, 693. Possession, bliss in, 496.
man laughs loudest of all, 637.

fie on, 4.
must be wisely visited, 639.

is eleven points in the law, 296.
naked wretches, 147.

man's best, 698.
old man, sorrows of a, 433.

object in, 748.
pensioner, 306.

of a day, the poor, 339.
prophets apostles all, 190.

would not show, virtue that, 53.
rich gifts wax, 136.

Possest, less pleasing when, 3-1.
scandalous and, 279.

Possibilities, pounds and, 45.
that found'st me, 398.

Possible and proper, things, 753.
that have not patience, 152.

worlds, best of, 801.
the offering be, though, 525.

Post, evil news rides, 242.

see,

Post o'er land and ocean, 252.
of honour is a private station, 298,

319.
Posteriors of this day, 56.
Posterity, contemporaneous, 301.

done for us, what has, +39.
intunately knowu to, 591.
look forward to, 409.
obligation to, +39.
think of your, 458, 747.
to imitate, 088.
we are a kind of, 361.

what, will say, 361.
Postern of a needle's eye, 82.
Posting winds, rides on the, 100.
Posy of a ring, prologue or the, 138.
Pot, boil like a, 818.

calls the kettle black, 791.
death in the, $10.
of ale and safety, 91.
thorns under a, 830.

three-hooped, 91.
Pots of ale, size of, 210.
Potations, bauish strong, 132.

pottle-deep, 152.
Potent grave and reverend signiors, 119.

over sun and star, 482.
Potentiality of growing rich. 374.
Pottage, breath to cool his, 738.
Potter is jealous of potter, 033.

power over the clay, Sit.
Pottle-deep, potations, 152.
Pouch, tesler I'll have in, 15.
Pouncet-box 'twixt his finger, 83.
Pound foolish penny wise, 180.
Pounds, rich with forty, 380.

seven hundred, and possibilities, 45.
six hundred, a year, 289.
take care of themselves, 352.
three hundred, a year, 46.

two hundred, a year, 215.
Poverty come, so shall ihy, 825.

depressed, wortli by, 300.
distressed by, 367.
I pay thy, not thy will, 108.
nor riches, give me neither, $29.
not my will consents, 108.
penny in the urn of, 588.
rustic life and, 514.
steeped me in, 155.
stood smiling, 346.

the destructivu of the poor, 825.
Powder, food for, 87.

keep your, dry, 588.
Powdered with stars, 236.
Power above can save, the, 312.

an unwearied, 414.
and effect of love, 191.
and peli, 488.
balance of, 301.
beauty hath strange, 242.
behind the eye, 603.
behind the throne, 364.
daughter of Jove relentless, 382.
day of thy, $23.
earthly, show likest God's, C4.
force of temporal, 64.
forty parson, 509.

Power, gray flits the shade of, 541.

greatest not exempted from her, 3L
heaven upon the past has uot, 274.
human, which could evade, 555.
in excess, desire of, 105.
intellectual, the, 465, 480.
is a trust, all, G08.
is passing from the earth, 477.
knowledge is, 168.
lay down the wreck of, 571.
like a desolating pestilence, 567.
not now in fortune's, 212.
o'er true virginity, 215.
of beauty I remember, the, 272.
of grace, 513.
of public plunder, cohesive, 529.
of thought, the, 551.
of words, graced with the, 330.
pangs of guilty, 367.
pomp of, 384.
shadow of some unseen, 564.
should take who have the, 473.
some novel, 034.
talent in a mau's, G62.
taught by that, 402.
thank the eternal, 380.
that hath made us a nation, 517,

595.
that pities me, 402.
the gittie gie us, wad some, 418.
to assume a pleasing shape, 135.
to broaden the mind, 750.
to charı insanity, 603.
to charm, nor witch hath, 127.
to persuade, 756.
to say behold, 57.
to thunder, flatter Jove for his, 103.
to wound, her very shoe has, 378.
upon the past, heaven has pot, 274.
wealth excludes but one evil, 373.
which erring men call chance, 215.
while Thee I seek protecting, 67 t.

within, the ruling, 750.
Powers, struggle of discordant, 409.

supreme keep men in obedience, 193.
that be, 814.
that will work for thee, 471.
we lay waste our, 476.

which impress our minds, 166.
Powerful as truth, nothing so, 531.

grace that lies in herbs, 106.
Practice becomes second nature, 707.

in little things, 743.
is everything, 758.
the

instructor, 710.
of a wise man, 207.
Practices, long train of these, 364.

to deceive, 490.
Practised falsehood, 232.

what he preached, 672.
Prague, old hermit of, 77.
Prague's proud arch, 513.
Prairie's iidst, she lights her fires in

every, 655.
Praise, all his pleasure, 305.

and true perfection, 66.
arise, let the Creator's, 302.
beat high for, 519.

Praise, blame love kisses, 474.

Prayers, feed on,

25.
blessings and eternal, 177.

for death, old man's, 697.
come to bury Cæsar not to, 113.

God answers sudden on some, 621.
damn with faint, 327.

which are old age's alms, 25.
dispraised no small, 240.

Prayer-books are the toys of age, 318.
Father Son and Holy Ghost, 278. Prayeth best who loveth best, 199.
from a friend, 339.

well who loveth well, 499.
from Sir Hubert Stanley, 457.

Preach a whole year, if I, 139.
garment of, 831.

humility is a virtue all, 195.
God from whom all blessings flow, Preached as never to preach again, 670.
278.

practised what he, 672.
hiin all creatures here below, 278. Preacheth patience, 205.
I'll sing thee a song in thy, 19. Preaching, a woman, 371.
if there be any, 847.

Precede, lead the way we 'll, 441.
love of, howe'er concealed, 310. Precedes, consider what, 7 +6.
none named thee but to, 562.

Precedent, codeless myriad of, 627.
of those about to marry, 703.

embalms a principle, 607.
only to be praised, we, 795.

for poor men's facts, 36.
poets lose half the, 221.

Precedents, day supported by, 726.
pudding against empty, 330.

Precept, example more efficacious, 368.
silence muse His, 357.

upon precept, 834.
sound of woman's, 513.

Precincts of the cheerful day, 385.
swells the note of, 384.

Precious bane, deserve the, 225.
the Frenchman, I, 416.

in the sight of the Lord, 823.
them most that paint trư:ast, 300.

instance of itself, sends some, 142.
thirst of, 411.

jewel in his head, wears a, 67.
undeserved is scandal in disguise, 330. life-blood of a master-spirit, 251.
wealth preferring to eternal, 341.

nose, that's his, 585.
whom there were none to, 469.

odours, virtue is like, 105.
Praises faintly when he must, 327.

ointment, better than, 830.
sound of one's, 741.

seeing to the eye, it adds a, 56.
Praising God with sweetest looks, 584. soul, damn your, 772.
man when he is dead, 699.

stone, a gift is as a, 827.
most dispraises, 347.

stone, this, 81.
the rose that all are, 581.

to me, things most, 124.
what is lost makes the remembrance

treasure of his eyesight, 104.
dear, 74.

truth is, 213.
Prate of my whereabout, stones, 119. Precipitate down dached, 358.
Prattle to be tedious, thinking his, 82. Precise, art is too, 201.
Pray, doth late and early, 174.

in promise-keeping, 47.
for no man but myself, I, 109.

Precocity, miracle of, 718.
goody please to moderate, 672. Predecessor, illustrious, 364, 408.
late and early, 174.

Preferment goes by letter, 119.
remained to, 397.

Pregnant hinges of the knee, 137.
the Lord iny soul to keep, 687.

quarry teemed with human form, 394.
we do, for mercy, 65.

Prejudice is strong when the judginent'a
with you drink with you nor, 61.

weak, 672.
Prayer all his business, 305.

Prelate, religion without a, 588.
ardent, opens heaven, 309.

Premier pas qui coûte, 801.
cursed with every granted, 321. 'Prentice han she tried on man, 446.
doth teach us all, 05.

Preordained from everlasting, 756.
erects a house of, 286.

Preparation, dreadful note of, 92.
for others' weal, fondest, 539.

Prepare to shed tears, 113.
four hours spend in, 24.

Prerogative of mind, the grand, 531.
heaven sometimes grants before the, Presage of his future years, +7.
269.

Presbyteriau true blue, 210.
homes of silent, 632.

Presence full of light, 109.
imperfect otlices of, 479.

lord of thy, and no land beside, 78.
is of no avail, when, 479.

maiden, scanter of your, 130.
is the burden of a, 497.

now and in iny, 101.
is the soul's sincere desire, 497.

of body, 509.
making their lives a, 618.

of mind, 703.
of Ajax was for light, 614.

shall my wants supply, his, 300.
of devotion, the still, 524.

whose, civilizes ours, 415.
people's, the, 268.

Present fears less than imaginings, 116
swears a, or two, 105.

help in trouble, $20.
the fervent, 538.

in spirit, absent in body, 815.
Prayers, child of many, 614,

joys therein I find, 22.

Present things seem worst, 89.
Presents endear absents, 509.
Presentment, counterfeit, 110.
Preservative of all arts, 852.
President, rather be right than, 517.
Press, freedom of the, 435.

not a falling wan too far, 99.
the people's right maintain, 675.

with vigour on, 359.
Pressure, his form and, 137.

of taxation, 462.
Presume not God to scan, 317.
Pretender, God bless the, 351.
Pretty chickens, all my, 121.

creature drink, 472.
everything that, is, 159.
Fanny's way, 305.
feet like snails, 202.
looks, puts on bis, 79.
Sally, there's none like, 285.
to force together thoughts, 500.

to walk with, 256.
Prevail, oars alone can ne'er, 416.
Prevaricate, thou dost, 211.
Prey at fortune, 153.

expects his evening, 383.
fleas that on him, 290.
to dumb forgetfulness, a, 385.
to hastening ills a, 396.
was man, his, 333.
where eagles dare not perch, wrens

make, 96.
Priam's curtain, drew down, 88.

powers and self shall fall, 337.
Price, all men have their, 30+.

for knowledge, too high the, 313.
of chains and slavery, 430.
of liberty, 835.
of wisdom is above rubies, 817.

pearl of great, 839.
Prices, all have, 559
Prick the sides of my intent, 118.
Pricks, kick against the, 813.

me on, honour, 87.
Pricking of my thumbs, 123.

on the plaine, 27.
Prickles on it, leaf had, 245.

tormenting himself with his, 584.
Pride aiming at the blest abodes, 316.

alone, stands in his, 667.
and haughtiness of soul, 298.
blend our pleasure or, 472.
coy submission modest, 232.
crueltie and ambition of man, 27.
day in its, 528.
father's joy mother's, 492.
fell with iny fortunes, 66.
goeth before, 13, 38.
goeth before destruction, 826.
high-blown, broke under me, 99.
humbled out of, 777.
idleness and, 361.
in reasoning pride, 315.
in their port, 395.
of former days, 519.
of kings, 311.
of place, towering in her, 120.
of sway, peace and, 339.

Pride, peasantry their countıy'd, 396.

pomp and circumstance, 154.
rank pride, 't is, 298.
spite of, 316.
that apes humility, 501, 507.
that licks the dust, 328.
that perished in his, 470.
that puts the country down, 406.
the vice of fools, 323.
to relieve the wretched, 396.
vain the chief's the sage's, 330.
will have a fall, 13.

withered in their, 643.
Priest, hearing the holy, 31.

no Italian, shall tithe, 79.
pale-eyed, 251.

rich without a fault, 337.
Priests altars victims, 333.
by the imposition of a mightier hand,

590.
tapers temples, 333.
Priesthood, literary men a perpetual,

577.
Primal duties shine aloft, 481.

eldest curse upon 't, 139.
Prime, April of her, 161.

conception of the joyous, 28.
golden, of Haroun Alraschid, 623.

wisdom, 237.
Primer, schoolmaster with his, 527.
Primeval, this is the forest, 615.
Primrose, bring the rathe, 247.

by a river's brim, 468.
first-born child of Ver, 199.
path of dalliauce treads, 129.
peeps beneath the thorn, 318.
soft silken, fading timelessly, 251,
sweet as the, 398.

yellow, was to him, 468.
Primroses that die unmarried, 77.
Primy nature, youth of, 129.
Prince make a belted knight, 452.

of darkness, 147, 256.

war the only study of a, 407.
Princes and lords may flourishi, 396.

are the breath of kings, 417.
find few real friends, 377.
gilded monuments of, 162,
like to heavenly bodies, 166.
privileged to kill, 425.
put not your trust in, 824.
that sweet aspect of, 99.
the death of, 112.

whose merchants are, 394.
Princes' favours, hangs on, 99.

palaces, 60.

service of, 692.
Princedoms virtues powers, 235.
Princely in bestowing, 101.
Princeps copy in blue and gold, 456.
Princerples, I don't believe in, 659.
Principal thing is wisdom, 825.
Principle, act in accordance with, 753

free trade is not a, 607.
not expediency, 609.
of bliss, the vital, 358.
precedent embalms a, 607.
reason measurerl by, 743.

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