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Time, procrastination the thief of, 307.

promised on a, 30. -
quaffing and unthinking, 272.-
relish of the saitness of, 88
return, bid, 81. -
rich with the spoils of, 384.-
ripens all things, 790. -
robs us of our joys, 406.
rolls his ceaseless course, 491.-
sees and hears all things, 679.)
sent before my, 95. -
shall throw a dart at thee, 179.-
shall unfold, 146. -
show and gaze of the, 126.
silence and slow, 570.-

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Time flies death urges, 307. -

footprints on the sands of, 612.
for all things, 791.-
for courtesy, always, 603. -
for supper, the proper, 763."
forefinger of all, 630.-
foremost files of, 626.
frozen round periods of, 228.
gallops withal, 70. -
gives to her mind, 378.-
had been, as if the moving, 468.
hair's-breadth of, 750.-
has laid his hand gently, 617.
has not cropt the roses, 378.
has taught us a lesson, 723.-
hath to silver turned, his silver locks,

24.
he that lacks, 594.
his, is forever, 260.
history hath triumphed over, 26. -
how a man should kill, 772.-
how small a part of, they share, 220.-
I think upon that happy, 5870
in misery, happy, 618
is a river of passing events, 752
is a very shadow, 836.-
is fleeting, art is long and, 612,-
is money, 301:
is out of joint, 133.
is quiet as a nun, the holy, 470.-
is still a-flying, 202-
is the image of eternity, 760,
is the soul of this world, 742
kill the bloom before its, 483.
last syllable of recorded, 125.
leaves have their, to fall, 570.
lettered pomp to teeth of, 618-
look into the seeds of, 116.
look like the, 117
makes these decay, 200.-
many a, and oft, 61.
men have died from time to, 71-
merry dancing drinking, 272.
inost valuable thing to spend, 762.-
nae man can tether, 451,-
new hatched to the woful, 120.-
nick of, 257.-
no delight to pass away the, 96.
noiseless falls the foot of, 461.-
noiseless foot of, 74.
nor place adhere, 118.
not of an age but for all, 179.
nothing so precious as, 773.
now is the accepted, 816.-
of day, no proper, 586.
of night, witching, 139,
of peace, this weak piping, som
of scorn, figure for the, 155,
of the singing of birds, 832,
offends at some unlucky, 328.
old bald cheater, 178.
ordains, mild Heaven a, 232.
our oars keep, 518.
out of mind, 104. -
panting, toiled after him, 366.
peace only as a breathing, 407.
play the fools with the, 89.
point of, life of man but a, 729.

so gracious is the, 127.-
so hallowed is the, 127.“
soul of the whole past, 580.
speech is of, 579.
speech is shallow as, 579.
spoils the pleasure of the, 122.
stand still withal, 70.
still as he flies, 378.
stream of, 455.
subdue, what will not, 671.
syllabes jar with, 180.
take no note of, 306.
taught by, 671.
teaches many lessons, 695.
tears and laughter for all, 620.
tell her that wastes her, 220.
that takes in trust, 26.
the moving, 468.
the wisest counsellor, 724.
to be learning, is it a, 761.
to beguile the, 117.
to come, sweet discourses in our, 108.
to every purpose under heaven, 830.
to grow old, we may always find, 312,
to marry, choose a proper, 417.
to mourn, lacks, 594.
to weep, night is the, 497.
too swift, 0, 24.
tooth of, 49, 311.
touch us gently, 538.
transported, with envy, 406,
travels in divers

paces,

70.
tries the troth in everything, 18.
trieth troth in every doubt, 18.
trots withal, 70.
turn backward 0, 668.
which was before us, 830.
whips and scorns of, 135.
whirligig of, brings in his revengen

77.
who steals our years away,

518.
will doubt of Rome, 558.
will explain it all, 698.
will run back, 231.
will teach thee, 613.
wise through, 337.
witching, of night, 139.
with faliing oars they kept the, 262.
with reckless hand, 617.
with thee conversing I forget all, 233
worn out with eating, 233.
writes no wrinkle, 517.

71

Times, brisk and giddy-paced, 75.

corrector of enormous, 199.
cowards die many, 112.
cunning, 63.
do shift, thus, 203.
fashion of these, 67.
glory of the, they were the, 837.
good or evil, 166.
in the morning of the, 627.
later, more aged, 169.
light for after, 507.
lived in the tide of, 113.
make former, shake hands, 212.
of need, ever but in, 273.
of old, jolly place in, 472.
principles turn with, 321.
shake hands with latter, 212.
signs of the, 840.
that try men's souls, 431.
those golden, 421.
when the world is ancient, 169.
wherein we now live, 169.
wise men say nothing in dangerous,

196.
Time's devouring hand, 352.

furrows on another's brow, 309.
iron feet can print, 610.

noblest offspring is the last, 312.
Time-honoured Lancaster, 80.
Timelessly, primrose fading, 251.
Timely dew of sleep, 233.

inn, to gain the, 121.
Timoleon's arms, 391.
Timothy learnt sin to fly, 687.
Tinct with cinnamon, 576.
Tinged by the rising sun, 677.
Tinkling cymbal, 815.
Tints of woe, sabler, 386.
Tip of his subduing tongue, 163.
Tips his tongue, persuasion, 297.

with silver, 106.
Tipple in the deep, fishes that, 259.
Tipsy dance and jollity, 243.
Tiptoe, jocund day stands, 108.

religion stands on, 205.

when this day is named stand, 92.
Tire of all creation, 638.
Tires in a mile-a, 77,
Tired he sleeps, till, 318.

nature's sweet restorer, 306.
Tithe of mint and anise, 810.

or toll, no Italian priest shall, 79.
Title and profit I resign, 349.

gained no, lost no friend, 323.
knave that wears a, 310.
long and dark successive, 268.
please thine ear, whatever, 330.
weigh the man not his, 282.

when I can read my, clear, 303.
Titles are marks of honest men, 310.

decider of dusty and old, 199.
high though his, 488.

power and pelf, 488.
Titus with uncommon sense, 352.
To all to each a fair good night, 490.

be or not to be, 135.

horse away, 296.
Toad, I had rather be a, 154.

Toad, rose-water on a, 597.

squat like a, 234.

ugly and venomous, 67.
Toad-eater, Pulteney's, 389.
Toast pass, let the, 412.
Tobacco, anything for thy sake, 509.

sublime, 555.
Tocsin of the soul, 559.
To-day his own, who can call, 273.

I have lived, 273,
in, already walks to-morrow, 504.
nor care beyond, 381.
our youth we can have but, 312.
pleasure to be drunk, 362.
speed, to be put back to-morrow, 20.

to-morrow cheerful as, 321.
Toe, from top to, 683.

light fantastic, 248.
of frog, eye of newt, 123.

of the peasant, 143.
Toil and care, fond of, 805.

and of tears, weary of, 668.
and trouble, 123.
and trouble, war is, 272.
and trouble, why all this, 466.
does not come to help the idle, 707.
envy want the jail, 305.
govern those that, 395.
he wins his spirits light from, 387.
he won, what with his, 267.
horny hands of, 656.
is lost, or all the, 416.
is the sire of fame, 699.
morn of, nor night of waking, 491.
not neither do they spin, 838.
o'er books, 348.
of dropping buckets into wells, 419.
on poor heart unceasingly, 654.
patient of, 428.
those that think govern those that

395.
verse sweetens, 393.
waste their, for a smile, 487.
winding up days with, 92.
with servile, 571.

without recompense, 668.
Toils despair to reach, what others', 288.
Toiled after him in vain, 366.

forgot for which he, 161.
Toiling upward in the night, 616.
Tokay, imperial, 380.
Told her love, she never, 75.

old tale and often, 489.
Toledo trusty, blade, 211.
Tolerable and not to be endured, 52.
Toll for the brave, 423.

or tithe, no Italian priest shall, 79.
Tolling a departing friend, 88.
Tom, loves me best that calls me, 194.

or Jack, hails you, 423.

's a-cold, poor, 147.
Tom's food seven long year, 147.
Tornb, awakes from the, 428.

cannot bind thee, the, 646.
cradles rock us nearer to the, 302.
darkness encompass the, 535.
kings for such a, 251.
more than royal, 168.

Tomb, nature cries from the, 385.

no inscription on my, 675.
of him who would have made glad the

world, 589.
of the Capulets, 412.
stood upon Achilles', 558.

threefold fourfold, 179.
Tombs, hark from the, 303.
To-morrow and to-morrow, 125.

boast not thyself of, 829.
cheerful as to-day, 321.
defer not till, 295.
do thy worst, 273.
in to-day already walks, 504.
is falser than the former day, 276.
never leave that till, 360.
speed to-day to be put back, 29.
the darkest day live till, 423.
tints with prophetic ray, 550.
to fresh woods, 248.
we shall die, 833.
will be dying, 202.
will be the happiest time, 624.

will repay, think, 276.
To-morrows, confident, 481.
To-morrow's sun may never rise, 295.
Tone of languid nature, 417.

spirit ditties of no, 576.
voice of sweetest, 583.

with a peremptory, 415.
Tones, harp in divers, 631.

in its hollow, 562.
Tongs, shovel and, 583.
Tongue an unruly member, 849.
bear welcome in your,

117.
braggart with my, 124.
brings in a several tale, every, 97.
came mended from that, 333.
can no man tame, 849.
confuted by his conscience, 222.
dropped manna, 226.
fair words never hurt the, 38.
fool cannot hold his, 737.
from evil, keep thy, 819.
give it understanding but no, 129.
give thy thoughts no, 129.
hide it under his, 817.
his mother, 419.
in every wound of Cæsar, 114.
is an unruly evil, 819.
is known in every clime, one, 605.
is the pen of a ready writer, 820.
law of kindness in her, 829.
let a fool hold his, 713.
let the candied, 137.
man that hath a, 44.
moderate the rancour of your, 681.
murder though it have no, 135.
music's golden, 575.
never eare did heare that, 23.
never repented that he held his, 735.
nor heart cannot conceive, 120.
nor speak with double, Cod.
not she denied him with unholy, 676.
of dog, wool of bat and, 123.
of him that makes a jest, 56.
of midnight hath told twelve, 59.
of the mind, pen is the, 789.

Tongue outvenoms all the worms of Nile,

160.
persuasion tips his, 297.
ran on, still his, 215.
restreine and kepen wel thy, 5.
sad words of, 619
slanderous, 344.
so varied in discourse, 511.
soul lends the, vows, 130.
sounds as a sullen bell, 88.
stopped his tuneful, 335.
such a, glad I have not, 146.
sweet morsel under his, 283.
that Shakespeare spake, 472.
the speaking, 603.
through every land by every, 302.
tip of his subduing, 163.
to curse the slave, O for a, 526.
to persuade, 255.
to wound us, no, 522.
treasure of our, 39.
truth in every shepherd's, 25.
use of my oracular, 440.
win a woman with his, 14.

windy satisfaction of the, 343.
Tongues, airy, 243.

aspic's, for 't is of, 155.
called fools in all, 71.
conscience hath a thousand several, 97.
evil days and evil, 236.
hearts in love use their own, 51.
in trees books in the running brooks

67.
interest speaks all sorts of, 794.
lovers', by night, 106.
nations kindreds and, 849.
of dying men, 81.
of men, speak with the, 815.
shall rehearse, 162.
silence envious, 100.
slanderous, done to death by, 54.
strife of, 819.
that syllable men's names, 243.
to allure him, thousand, 407.

whispering, 500.
Tongue-tied by authority, 162.
Too civil by half, 440.

late I stayed, 464.
low they build, 309.
much thinking, 321.

thin, 101.
Tool of iron, nor any, 815.
Tools, always work and, 656.

no jesting with edge, 198.
nothing bu to name his, 210.
of working our salvation, 215.
sin has many, 637.

to him that can handle them, 579.
Tooth and nail, 781.

for tooth, eye for eye, 813.
of time, 49, 311.
poison for the age's, 78.

sharper than a serpent's, 146.
Tooth-ache, endure the, 53.
Toothpicks, supply of, 597.
Top, die at the, 294.

of judgment, 47.
of my bent, fool me to the, 139.

Top to toe, dressed from, 683.

Towers, disparting, trembling, 356.
whips his taxed, 462.

distant spires ye antique, 381.
Tops of the eastern pines, 81.

elephants endorsed with, 240.
Topics, fashionable, 402.

of Ilium, burnt the topless, 41.
Topless towers of Ilium, 41.

of Julius, ye, 383.
Topples round the west, 631.

old palaces and, 565.
Torches, as we do with, 46.

the cloud-capped, 43.
light my candle from their, 192.

trembling all precipitate, 358.
Torments our elements, 227.

ye antique, 381.
Torn from their destined page, 456. Towered citadel, 158.
me and I bleed, they have, 544.

cities please us then, 249.
Torpedo, pen becomes a, 369.

Towering falcons, hopes like, 287.
Torrent and whirlwind's roar, 394.

in his pride of place, 120.
is heard, naught but the, 428.

in the confidence of twenty-one, 376.
of a downward age, 356.

passion, put me into a, 145.
of a woman's will, 313.

Town, axis of the earth in every, 638.
of his fate, 366.

callen daisies in our, 6.
roar, should like the, 324.

gaze with all the, 677.
so the loud, 394.

man made the, 417.
Torrents, motionless, 501.

Towns, elephants for want of, 289.
Torrent's smoothness, 516.

Toys, fantastic, 391.
Torrid tracts, through, 398.

of age, beads and prayer-books, 318
Torture, boil in endless, 545.

of simulated stature, 621.
hum of human cities is, 543.

to the great children, 357.
of the mind, 121.

we spent them not in, 260.
one poor word, 270.

Track, drive on your own, 729.
Torturing hour, the, 226.

pursue, each other's, 275.
Toss him to my breast, 205.

Tract behind, leaving no, 109.
Touch, beautiful beneath his, 514. Tracts, leaves no, 36.
dares not put it to the, 257.

of calm from tempest made, 634.
harmonious, whose, 367.

through torrid, 398.
no state matters, 398.

Trade, doing good is not our, 417.
not taste not, 817.

of lying, 774.
of a vanished hand, 627.

thou learned, love the little, 752.
of celestial temper, 234.

two of a, can never agree, 319.
of joy or woe, 389.

Trades, ugliest of, 597.
of Liberty's war, first, 625.

Trade's proud empire, 367.
of nature, one, makes the whole world Tradition, marrow of, 510.
kin, 102.

Tragedie, go my little, 6.
soiled by any outward, 253.

Tragedies, Attic, 254.
sprang up forever at a, 634,

Tragedy, gorgeous, 250.
that's scarcely felt, 350.

of Hamlet with the prince left out, 494,
the best, fear not to, 25.

to those who feel, 399.
them but rightly, 455.

Trail of the serpent, 526.
us gently Time, 533.

Trailing clouds of glory, 477.
we feel the tenderest, 274.

Train, a melancholy, 395.
with chiselled, 769.

a royal, believe me, 100.
wound with a, 350.

at Coventry, waited for the, 626.
Touches of sweet harmony, 65.

every motion of his starry, 485.
Touched by her fair tendance, 237.

fear and bloodshed miserable, 476.
nothing that he did not adorn, 367. of night, last in the, 235,
spirits are not finely, 46.

of thy amber-dropping hair, 246.
the highest point, I have, 99.

starry, heaven her, 233.
Toucheth pitch, he that, 837.

up a child, 827.
Touchstone, man's true, 197.

when I am dead no pageant, 571.
Touchy testy pleasant fellow, 300.

woes love a, 308.
Tough is J. B., 652.

Traitor, arrant as any, 93.
wedge for a tough log, 712.

love treason but hate the, 182.
world, rack of this, 149.

Traitors, fears do make us, 123.
Tower, age shakes Athena's, 541.

our doubts are, 47.
and tree, light on, 673.

Traitorous kiss, 676.
guardian on the, 655.

Trammel up the consequence,

117.
intending to build a, 842.

Trample on my days, 263.
of strength, king's name is a,

97.

Tramplings of three conquests, 219.
of strength, that, 628.

Trance, no nightly, 251.
Towers above her sex, Marcia, 298.

or breathed spell, no, 251.
along the steep, 514.

unimaginable, stood in, 504.
and battlements, 248.

Tranquil life, to lead a, 752.

Tranquil mind, farewell the, 154.
Tranquillity, heaven was all, 527.

of mind, 766.

thou better name, 501.
Transatlantic commentator, 592.
Transcend our wonted themes, 264.
Transcendent moment, one, 657.
Transcribed, what is, 369.
Transfigures its golden hair, 657.
Transforms old print, 419.
Transgressors, way of, 826.
Transient chaste, early bright, 308.

hour, catch the, 366.

sorrows simple wiles, 474.
Transition, what seems so is, 615.
Transitory, action is, 465.
Translated, thou art, 58.
Translucent wave, glassy cool, 246.
Translunary things, 10.
Transmigration of the soul, 765.
Transmitter of a foolish face, 354.
Transmuted ill, sovereign o'er, 366.
Transmutes, subdues, 476.
Transport know, can ne'er a, 377.
Trappings and suits of woe, 127.

of a monarchy, 369.
Traps, Cupid kills some with, 51.
Trash, who steals my purse steals, 153.
Travail, labour for my, 101.
Travel is a part of education, 166.

on life's common way, 172.
thought the, long, 23.

twelve stout miles, 472.
Travels, contemplation of my, 70.

in divers paces, time, 70.
Travels' history, in my, 150.
Travelled in realms of gold, 576.

life's dull round, 379.
Traveller from Lima, 592.

from New Zealand, 591.
from the Zuyder Zee, 592.
lamp that lighted the, 522.
now spurs the lated, 121.

returns, bourne whence no, 136.
Travellers must be coutent, 67.
Travelleth, as one that, 825.
Travelling is to regulate imagination, 375.
Tray Blanch and Sweetheart, 147.
Treacle, fly that sips, 348.
Tread a measure with you, 56.

again the scene, who would, 497.
each other's heel, 308.
in air, seem to, 339.
on classic ground, 299.
the globe, all that, 572.
upon another's heel, one woe, 113.
where angels fear to, 325.

where'er we, 541.
Treads alone some banquet-hall, 523.

so light the grass stoops not, 161.
Treason can but peep, 142.

corporations cannot commit, 24.
doth never prosper, 39.
flourished over iis, bloody, 114.
has done his worst, 121.
if this be, make the most of it, 429.
like a deadly blight, 526.
none dare call it, 39.

Treasons, is fit for, 66.
Treasure is, where your, 838.

of his eyesight, 101.
of our tongue, 39.
rich the, 271.
unsunned heaps of miser's, 244.

what a, hadst thou, 134,
Treasures, Apollo's Pythian, 339.

hath he not always, 502.
heaven's best, 387.
in heaven, 838.
love light and calm thoughts, 502.
sea-born, fetched my, 598.

up a wrong, him who, 555.
Treatise, rouse at a dismal, 125.
Treble, turning again toward childish,

09.
Tree, aye sticking in a, 495.

come to the sunset, 570.
die at the top like that, 294.
falleth, where the, 831.
friendship is a sheltering, 503.
fruit of that forbidden, 223.
garden of Liberty's, 516.
give me again my hollow, 328.
green leaves on a thick, 338.
hale green, 607.
I planted, thorus of the, 544.
in the wide waste, a, 552.
is inclined, as the twig is bent the

320.
is known by his fruit, 839.
leaf is on the, 611.
light on tower and, 673.
like a green bay, 819.
near his fav'rite, 386.
'neath yon crimson, 573.
of deepest root is found, 432.
of liberty, 804.
of life, the middle tree, 232.
spare the beechen, 516.
things done in a green, 842.
too happy happy, 576.
under a sycamore, 406.
under the greenwood, 67.
woodman spare that, 595.

Zaccheus he did climb the, 687.
Trees, blossoms in the, 316.

bosomed high in tufted, 248.
brotherhood of venerable, 474.
drop tears as Arabian, 157.
just hid with, 536.
like leaves on, 338.
promontory with, 158.
tall ancestral, 569.
tongues in, 67.

unto the root of the, 841.
Trelawney die, and shall, 687.
Tremble for my country, I, 435.

like a guilty thing, 478.
my firm nerves shall never,

122
see my lips, 333.
thou wretch, 147.
when I wake, 418.

while they gaze, angels, 382.
Trembles, Satan, 422.

too, turning, 389.
Tremblers, boding, 397.

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