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Senate, give his little, laws, 327, 336.

long debate, can a Roman, 298.
Senates, listening, 385.
Senators, green-robed, those, 575.

most grave, 151.
Senior-junior giant-dwarf, 55.
Sensation, count minutes by, 608.
Sensations felt in the blood, 407.
Sense aches at thee, the, 155.

all the joys of, 319.
and nonsense, through, 209.
and outward things, 478.
custom who all, doth eat, 141.
deviates into, 269.
flows in fit words, 268.
from thought divide, 316.
good health and good, 713.
good, the gift of heaven, 322.
if all want, 205.
joys of, lie in three words, 319.
live within the, 567.
men of, approve, 324.
much fruit of, 323.
obstinate questionings of, 478.
of death is most in apprehension, 48.
of future favours, gratitude, 301.
of ills to come, no, 381.
of shame, lost to all, 338.
of your great merit, 423.
one for rhyme, one for, 213.
palls upon the, 298.
palter in a double, 126.
persons of good, 796.
satire or, 328.
song charms the, 228.
sound an echo to the, 324.
stings and motions of the, 47.
sublime of something, 467.
the daintier, 143.
want of decency is want of, 278.
whose weighty, 268.

with his uncommon, 352.
Senses, entrancing our, 677.

impressions through the, 754.
seven, out of his, 193.
steep my, in forgetfulness, 89.

unto our gentle, 117.
Senseless and fit man, most, 51.
Sensibility, wanting, 4:22.
Sensible and well-bred man, 415.

men are of the same religion, 610.
men never tell, 610.
to feeling as to sight, 119.

warm motion, 18.
Sensuous, simple passionate and, 254.
Sentence, he mouths a, 412.

hungry judges sign the, 326.
mortality my, 239.

my, is for open war, 226.
Sentences, quips and, 61.
Sententious, Cato the, 559.
Sentiment, action measured by the, C02.

nurse of manly, 410.

pluck the eyes of, 635.
Sentimentally disposed to harmony, 509.
Sentinel and nun, like, 635.

stars set their watch, 515.
Sentinels, fixed, 91.

Separateth very friends, 827.
September, thirty days hath, 684.
Sepulchral urns, in old, 415.
Sepulchre, quietly inurned in the, 130.

soldier's, shall be a, 515.
Sepulchres whited, 811.
Sepulchred in such pomp, 251.
Sequent centuries, no, 600.
Sequestered vale, 385, 425.
Seraph, as the rapt, that adores, 316.

80 spake the, Abdiel, 235.
Seraphs might despair, where, 540.
Serbonian bog, 228.
Sere the yellow leaf, 124.
Serene amidst alarms, 428.
and bright, old age,

475.
gem of purest ray, 385.

of heaven, breaks the, 507.
Serenely full the epicure would say,

461.
Serenity, a never fading, 299.
Sergeant death, this fell, 145.
Serious in ridiculous matters, 735.

smile, make the, 345.

thought, still and, 471.
Seriphus, if I had been of, 723.
Sermon, perhaps turn out a, 418.

who tlies a, 204.
Sermons and soda-water, 557.

in stones, 67.
Serpent, biteth like a, 828.

like Aaron's, 317.
more of the, than dove, 41.
of old Nile, 157.
sting thee twice, 64.
trail of the, 526.

under the innocent flower, 117.
Serpents, be ye wise as, 839.

poison for, 718.
Serpent's tooth, sharper than a, 146.
Servant a dog, is thy, 816.

of God, well done, 236.
to the lender, 828.

with this clause, 204.
Servants, inen in great place are thrice,

105.
of fame and of business, 165.

of the sovereign or state, 105.
Serve for table-talk, 64.

God and mammon, ye cannot, 838.
in heaven, than, 224.
one of those that will not, 149.
they, who stand and wait, 252.

't is enough, 't will, 107.
Serves me most who serves his country

best, 339.
Served my God, had I but, 100,
Serveth not another's will, 174.
Servi peregrini, 418.
Service, ability for good, 411.

devine, she sange, 1.
done the state some, 156.
is no heritage, 73.
is perfect freedom, whose, 851.
of the antique world, 67.
small, is true service, 486.
still, strong for, 419.
sweat for duty not for meed, 67

Service, 't is the curse of, 149.

to the flesh, 751.
weary and old with, 99.

yeoman's, it did me, 145.
Servile opportunity to gold, 483.

to skyey influences, 48.
Servitors, nimble and airy, 253.
Servitude, base laws of, 275.
Seson priketh every gentil herte, 2.
Sessions of sweet silent thought, 161.
Set down aught in malice, 156.

here is the whole, 442.
mankind their little, 437.
my life upon a cast, 98.
my life upon any charm, 121.
terms, in good, 6s.

thine house in order, 831.
Setter up of kings, 95.
Setteth up another, 821.
Setting, I haste now to my, 99.

in his western skies, 268.
sun and music at the close, 81.

sun, men shut doors aga.nst a, 109.
Settle's numbers, lived in, 331.
Seven ages, his acts being, 69.

all at six and, 15.
cities warred for Homer, 194.
halfpenny loaves, 94.
hours to law, 438.
hundred pounds and possibilities, 45.
men that can render a reason, 828.
senses, scared out of his, 493, 787.
wealthy towns, 194.
women hold of one man, 833.

years' pith, these arms had, 149.
Seventy years young, 638.
Severe, grave to gay from lively to, 320.

in aught, if, 397.
pleasant to, 273, 799.

with eyes, 69.
Severn, Avon to the, runs, 484.

to the narrow seas, 183.
Sewers annoy the air, 239.
Sewing at once a double thread, 585.
Sex, female of, it seems, 242.

is ever kind to a soldier, the, 345.
Marcia towers above her, 298.
spirits can assume either, 224.
stronger than my, 112.
to the last, 273.

whose presence civilizes ours, 415.
Sexes, the French say there are three, 461.
Sex's earliest latest care, 377.
Shackles fall in our country, 418.
Shade, ah pleasing, 381.

along the moonlight, 335.
Amaryllis in the, 247.
boundless contiguity of, 418.
dancing in the chequered, 248.
freedom's hallowed, 459.
gentlemen of the, 82.
Great Pompey's, 298.
green thought in a green, 263.
half in sun half in, 523.
hunter and the deer a, 443, 514.
in sunshine and in, 679.
of aristocracy, the cool, 537.
of melancholy boughs, 68.

Shade of power, gray flits the, 541.

of that which once was great, 471.
let it sleep in the, 519.
more welcome, 313.
no shine no buttertlies, no, 550.
pale realms of, 572.
pillared, high overarched, 239.
seats beneath the, 395.
shadow of a, 695.
sitting in a pleasant, 175.
so softening into shade, 357.
that follows wealth, 402,
thought in a green, 263.
through sun and, 627.
unperceived, 357.

variable as the, 490.
Shades below, way was easy to the, 701

happy walks and, 239.
high over-arched, 224.
of death, bogs dens and, 228.
of evening close, ere the, 677.
of night, fled the, 234.
soon as the evening, prevail, 300.

where the Etrurian, 224.
Shadow both way falls, 240.

cloaked from head to foot, C32.
dims her way, nor, 524.
dream itself is but a, 134.
float double swan and, 474.
hence horrible, 122.
in the sun, to spy my, 96.
lies floating on the floor, 640.
life is but a walking, 125.
of a shade, 695.
of a starless night, 564.
of death, darkness and the, 816.
of some unseen power, 561.
of the British oak, 410.
of thy wings, under the, 818.
our time is a very, 836.
proves the substance true, 324.
seemed, that, 228.
single hair casts its, 709.
soul from out that, 640.

swift as a, 57.
Shadows, a thousand, go, 486.

beckoning dire, 243.
best in this kind are but, 59.
come like, so depart, 123.
coming events cast their, 514.
go, face o'er which, 486.
lengthening, 268.
mirrors of gigantic, 568.
not substantial things, 209,
of actions, words the, 729.
of coming events, 514.
our fatal, 183.
that walk by us, 183.
to-night have struck more terror,
we are what shadows we pursue, 109

wishes lengthen like our, 309.
Shadowed livery of the sun, 62.
Shadowy lie, was thy dream a, 654.

past, summon from the, 614.
Shadwell never deviates into sense, 269.
Shady brows, 243.

leaves of destiny, 258.
place, sunshine in the, 27.

Shady roof, under the, 250.

side of Pall-Mall, 132.
Shaft at random sent, 492.

flew thrice, thy, 306.
lent his plume to fledge the, 518.
of light across the land, 625.
of Orient mould, light, 570.
that made him die, 219.
that quivered in his heart, 539.
when I had lost one, 60.

winged the, 539.
Shafts, thy fatal, 392.
Shake my fell purpose, 117.

our disposition, 131.
the saintship of an anchorite, 540.
the spheres, seems to, 271.
thy gory locks at me, never, 122.

why dost thou shiver and, 673.
Shakes his ambrosial curls, 337.

pestilence and war, 229.
Shaken, so, as we are, 82.

when taken, to be, 454.

withered and, 581.
Shaker of o'er-rank states, 199.
Shakespeare and musical glasses, 402.

at his side, 483.
drew, this is the Jew that, 347.
fancy's child, sweetest, 219.
is not our poet, 511.
more original than his originals, 604.
my, rise, 179.
myriad-minded, 504.
on whose forehead climb, 620.
passages in, not quoted till this cen-

tury, 604.
the wonder of our stage, 179.
to make room for, 179.
tongue that, spake, 472.
unlocked his heart, 485, 652.

what needs my, 251.
Shakespeare's magic, 275.

name, rival all but, 513.

wit, orbit and sum of, 600.
Shaking, fruit that falls without, 350.
Shall I wasting in despair, 199.

mark you his absolute, 103.

not when he wolda, 405.
Shallow brooks and rivers wide, 248.

draughts intoxicate the brain, 323.
in hiinself, versed in books, 241.
murmur, the deep are dumb, 25.
rivers, 41.
spirit of judgment, 93.

streams run dimpling, 328.
Shallows, bound in, 115.
Bhame, avoid, 460.

blush of maiden, 573.
cometh after, 13.
doff it for, 79.
each deed of, 616.
erring sister's, 548.
fear not guilt yet start at, 413.
hide her, from every eye, 403.
honour and, 319.
London's lasting, 383.
lost to all sense of, 338.
love taught him, 273.
one glory an' one, 658.

Shame, our neighbour's, 670.

say what it will, 143.
the devil, tell truth and, 85.
the fools, print it and, 326.
those who start at, 413.
to men, 227.
where is thy blush, 140.
who hangs his head for, 681.
whose glory is in their, 847.
will follow after, 38.

with love at strife, 373.
Shames, hold a candle to my, 62.

thousand innocent, 52.
Shamed, age thou art, 110.
Shank, too wide for his shrunk, 09.
Shape, air and harmony of, 287.

assume a pleasing, 135.
bears lick their young into, 719.
cast a beam on the outward, 215.
execrable, what art thou, 229.
had none distinguishable, 228.
if it might be called, 228.
in any, in any mood, 552.
no bigger than an agate-stone, in, 104.
of a camel, cloud almost in, 139.
of danger can dismay, 476.
such a questionable, 130.
take any, but that, 122.

virtue in her, 231.
Shapes, calling, 243.

of foul disease, 633.
of ill may hover, 577.
onr ends, divinity that, 145.
that come not, 482.

the poet's pen turns them to, 59.
Shaped for sportive tricks, 95.
Shared each other's gladness, 611.
Sharp as a pen, his nose was, 91.

is the word, 294.
misery had worn him, 108.
pinch, necessity's, 116.

the conquering, 6.
Sharps, unpleasing, 108.
Sharpen with cloyless sauce, 157.
Sharpeneth the countenance, 829.
Sharper than a serpent's tooth, 146.

than the sword, whose edge is, 160.
Sharp-looking wretch, 50.
Sharp-sighted, fear is, 785.
Shatter the vase if you will, 522.

your leaves, fingers rude, 216.
She drew an angel down, 272.

fair chaste and unexpressive, 70.
for God in him, 232.
gave me eyes, 469.
I love is far away, 802.
in part to blame is, 193.
is a woman, 104.
is all my fancy painted her, 682
is lovely she's divine, 682.
is pretty to walk with, 256.
knows her man, 274.
lived unknown, 469.
never told her love, 75.
that not impossible, 258.
that was ever fair, 151.
was his life, 53.
will, if she will, 313.

She, you are the cruell'st, alive, 74. Ship, sailing like a stately, 242.
Shear swine all cry and no wool, 211. that ever scuttled, 557.
Shears, Fury with th' abhorred, 247. Ships are but boards, 61.
Sheathed their swords, 91.

dim-discovered, 356.
Sheathes the vengeful blade, 459.

go down to the sea in, 823.
Sheddeth man's blood, whoso, 812.

hearts of oak are our, 388.
Sheep, close shorn, 206.

launched a thousand, 41.
upon the right, 657,

like, they steer their courses, 211.
Sheer necessity, 441.

number of the enemy's, 724.
Sheet, for ever float that standard, 574. sail wherever billows roll, 550.
Sheeted dead did squeak, 126.

that have gone down, like, 527.
Shelf, from a, stole the diadem, 140. that sailed for sunny isles, 589.
Shell, convolutions of a, 480.

were British oak, 388.
leaving thy outgrown, 636.

Shipwrecked kindles false fires, 484.
music slumbers in the, 455.

Shirt and a half in all my company,

87.
smooth-lipped, 480.

happy man 's without a, 8.
take ye each a, 331, 800.

of fire, martyr in his, 667.
Shells of pearly hue, sinuous, 511.

of Nessus is upon me, 158.
Shelley, did you once see, 648.

oftener changed their principles than,
Shepe, to his, he yaf, 2.

311.
Shepherd, gentle, tell me where, 672. on his back never a, 286.
hast any philosophy in thee, 70.

•ruffles when wanting a, 286, 398.
star that bids the, fold, 243.

shroud as well as,

585.
tells his tale, 248.

Shive of a cut loaf, to steal, 104.
with the king, equals the, 792. Shiver and shake, why dost thou, 673.
Shepherd's awe-inspiring god, 480.

when thou art named, men, 351.
care, feed me with a, 300.

Shoal of time, bank and, 118.
reed, love tunes the, 487.

Shoals of honour, depths and, 100.
tongue, truth in every, 25.

of visionary ghosts, 344.
Sheridan, in moulding, 552.

Shock in life, that earliest, 609.
Sherry is dull, 371.

of corn, like as a, 816.
Shew, falsehood under saintly, 232.

of men, midst the, 511.
Shews of things, 169.

of pleasure, give a, 577.
Shield, but left the, 413, 489.

sink beneath the, 519.
each heart is freedoin's, 675.

which makes us think, 609.
soul like an ample, 277.

Shocks that flesh is heir to, 135.
Shift from side to side, 303.

Shocking bad hats, 163.
thus times do, 203.

Shoe be Spanish or neat's leather, 213.
Shifts, holy, and pious frauds,

for luck, old, 12.
Shifted his trumpet, he, 100.

great, for a little foot, 737.
Shifting fancies and celestial lights, 621. has power to wound, 378.
Shikspur, I never read, 380.

horse lost for want of a, 360.
who wrote it, 380.

let not a shoemaker judge above his,
Shilling, Philip and Mary on a, 215.

721.
put a penny in and took a, out, 588. lost for want of a nail, 360.
Shillings, make ducks and drakes with,

not the same, on every foot, 711.
37.

pinches, where the, 724, 787.
rather than forty, 45.

Shoes, Englishmen stand firmest in their,
Shine, singing as they, 300.

603.
with such a lustre, 124.

him that makes, go barefoot, 186.
Shines, everywhere, the sun, 76.

of King James, 195.
make hay while the sun,

10.

were on their feet, 510.
80, a good deed, 66.

Shoemaker should give no opinion be
Shineth as the gold, 5.

yond shoes, 721.
Shining blades, to Greece we give our, Shoemaker's wife, who is worse shod than
525.

the, 15.
hour, improve each, 302.

Shoe-string, careless, 201.
light, as the, $25.

Shone, far off his coming, 236.
light, burning and a, 843.

like a meteor, 224.
morning face, schoolboy with, 69. Shook a dreadful dart, 228.
nights, profit of their, 51.

hands and went to 't, 351.
nowhere but in the dark, 264.

his dart, death, 240.
Shins, till I break my, 67.

the arsenal, 241.
Ship, being in a, is being in a jail, 370. the world from pagan slumber, 610.
flies, away the good, 537.

to air, like a dew-drop, 102.
his rapt, 37.

Shoon, clouted, 245.
idle as a painted, 498.

sandal, 405.
of state, sail on 0, 615.

Shoot folly as it flies, 315.

Shoot, young idea how to, 355.

Shout that tore hell's concave, 224.
Shoots of everlastingness, 263.

Shouted for joy, 817.
through air and light, 524.

Shovel and tongs, 583.
Shooting-stars attend thee, 202.

invent a, and be a magistrate, 263.
Shop, keep thy, 37.

Show and gaze o' the time, 126.
Shop-keepers, nation of, 858.

books and money placed for, 215.
Shore, Afric's burning, 388.

driveller and a, 365.
buried by the upbraiding, 515.

falsehood under saintly, 232.
control stops with the, 547.

himself what he is, let him, 52.
echoed along the, 388.

his eyes and grieve his heart, 123.
fades o'er the waters blue, 540.

judges all ranged a terrible, 348.
fast by their native, 423.

mercie unto others, 29, 334.
gathering pebbles on the, 241.

midnight dances and public, 335.
landing on some silent, 295.

of evil, obscures the, 03.
left their beauty on the, 598.

of truth, authority and, 52.
little boats should keep near, 360. that within which passeth, 127.
my boat is on the, 553.

us how divine a thing, 475.
my native, adieu, 540.

world is all a fleeting, 524.
never was on the dull tame, 538. Shows, comment on the, 483.
odours from the spicy, 232.

what thinks he, 102.
of memory, silent, 481.

Showed him the gentleman, 447.
one foot in sea and one on, 51, 405.

how fields were won, 396.
ornament is but the guiled, 63. Shower, affliction's heaviest, 482.
rapture on the lonely, 517."

earth loveth the, 756.
ships that never came to, 518.

sleet of arrowy, 384.
so dies a wave along the, 434.

Showers, April with his, 1.
such is the aspect of this, 518.

fragrance after, soft, 233.
surges lash the sounding, 324.

like those maiden, 202.
unhappy folks on, 510.

suck the honied, 247.
unknown and silent, 509.

Sydneian, of sweet discourse, 259.
wild and willowed, 487.

the sweetest, 405.
Shores of old romance, 472.

Shower-like, joys that came, 503.
on sands and, 213.

Shreds and patches, king of, 141.
rocky are her, 314.

Shrewdly, the air bites, 130.
to these golden, 45.

Shrewsbury clock, hour by, 88.
to what strange, 39.

Shriek, a solitary, 557.
undreamed, unpathed waters, 78.

with hollow, 251.
Short and far between, 355.

Shrieked, it was the owl that, 119.
and simple annals of the poor, 384. Shrill trumpet sounds, 296.
and the long of it, this is the, 45.

winds whistle free, 653.
as any dream, 57.

Shrine, Apollo from his, 251.
be the day, or never so long, 19.

faith's pure, 569.
cut, always take the, 753.

of the mighty, 548.
horse soon curried, 12.

within this peaceful, 367.
retirement urges sweet return, 239. Shrines, such graves are pilgrim, 562.
Short-lived pain, 489.

to no code, 562.
Shot, beginning of a fray and end of a, 19. Shrinks the soul, why, 298.
fool's bolt is soon, 16.

Shroud as well as shirt, 585.
forth peculiar graces, 235.

of thoughts, 544.
heard round the world, 599.

the mattock and the, 308.
mine arrow o'er the house, 145. Shrub, odours from the spicy, 238.
my being through earth, 500.

Shrunk into insignificancy, 352.
perilous, out of an elder gun, 92.

shank, too wide for his, 69.
so trim, he that, 105.

Shuffle the cards, patience and, 789.
Should auld acquaintance, 449.

Shuffled off this mortal coil, 135.
do when we would, 142.

Shuffling, there is no, there, 139.
keep who can, they, 473.

Shut, go there with his eyes, 761.
not say it, say it that, 198.

of evening flowers, 239.
take who have, they, 473.

shut the door, 326.
Shoulder and elbow, 'twixt, 351.

the gates of mercy, 385.
head and, 778.

the stable door, 13.
to the wheel, 189.

the windows of the sky, 357.
Shoulders, Atlantean, 227.

up in measureless content, 119.
broad, beneath his, 232.

Shuts up the story of our days, 26.
dwarf on a giant's, 185, 206.

Shutters, close the, 420.
heads grow beneath their, 150.

Shuttle, swifter than a weaver's, 816.
Shouldered his crutch, 396.

Shy and lowly flower, 485.
Shout and revelry, midnight, 243. Sibyl, contortions of the, 412.

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