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INDEX.

Dancing in the chequered shade, 248.

more like wrestling than, 751.

on a volcano, 811. Dandin, George, you would have it so,

798. Dandolo, hour of blind old, 545, Dane, an antique Roman than a, 146.

royal, Hamlet king, 130. Danger, delay always breeds, 787.

on the deep, 581.
out of this nettle, 84.
pleased with the, 267.

shape of, cannot dismay, 476. Dangers, loved me for the, 151.

of the seas, 176.
sing the, of the sea, 672.

thou canst make us scorn, what, 451. Danger's troubled night, 515. Dangerous, delays are, 276.

ends, delays have, 93.
little learning is, 323.
sea, most, 03.
something in me, 14.
such men are, 111.

to be of no church, 369.
Daniel come to judgment ! yea, a Daniel !

second Daniel, a Daniel, Jew, 65.

well-languaged, 201. Dank and dropping weeds, 253. Dante, no such figure in literature as, 662.

of the dread Inferno, 615.

sleeps afar like Scipio, 545.
Dappled turf, on the, 473.
Dare and yet I may not, 25.

do all becomes a man, 118.
fain would I but I, not, 25.
not do an ill thing, I, 730.
not wait upon, I would, 118.
not, would sain deny and, 124.
the elements to strife, 550.
to be true, 205,
to chide me, who shall, 654.
to die, bear to live or, 318.
what man, I dare, 122.
what men, do, 52.

will to do the soul to, 491.
Dared to love their country, 336.

what he thought he, 342.

what none hath, thou hast, 26.
Dares do more, who, 118.

not put it to the touch, 257.
stir abroad, 127.
think one thing, who, 338.

this pair of boots displace, 388.
Darien, silent upon a peak in, 576.
Daring dined, and greatly, 332.

in full dress, 555.
pilot in extremity, 267.

the lovers are the, 666,
Dark amid the blaze of noon, 241.

and bright, best of, 537.
and doubtful, from the, 443.
and dreary, some days, 613.
and lonely hiding-place, 501.
and silent grave, 26.
as children fear to go in the. 164.
as Erebus, affectious, 66.

Dark as pitch, 265.

at one stride comes the, 498.
backward in the, 42.
blue depths, 507.
blue sea, glad waters of the, 550.
cottage, the soul's, 221.
ever-during, surrounds me, 230,
eye in woman, 544,
horse, 608.
illumine what in me is, 223.
irrecoverably, 241.
leap into the, 770.
mournful rustling in the, 615.
rigged with curses, 247.
shining nowhere but in the, 264.
sun to me is, 241.
ways that are, 669.
with excessive bright, 231.

words, with these, 479.
Darkeneth counsel by words, 817.
Darker grows the night, as, 399.
Darkest day, the, 423.
Darkish, the leaf was, 245.
Darkly deeply beautifully blue, 507, 559

see through a glass, 815.
Darkness and the worm, 308.

born, in silent, 39.
Cimmerian, 513.
dawn on our, 535.
encompass the tomb, 535.
falls from the wings of night, 614.
from light, 650.
instruments of, tell us truths, 116.
jaws of, devour it, 57.
land of, 816.
leaves the world to, 384.
let us weep in our, 05.
night and storm and, 514.
not in utter do we come, 477.
of the land, ring out the, 633.
of the sky, cast the, 23.
pestilence that walketh in, 822.
prince of, 147, 276.
raven down of, 24,
sorrows and, 535.
through, up to God, 320, 610.
universal, buries all, 332.
up to God, through, 632.
visible, no light but, 223.

which may be felt, 813.
Darksome cave they enter, 28.
Darling, an old man's, 19.

of nature, 776.
sin, his, 501.
the Frenchman's, 421.

the poet's, 473.
Darlings, wealthy curled, 149.
Darnel cockle wild oats, 783.
Dart, death shook his, 240.

feather on the fatal, 539.
like the poisoning of a, 261.
shook a dreadful, 228.
stricken with a, 696.

time shall throw a, at thee, 179.
Darts, breaking the bundle of, 731.
Dash him to pieces, 114.

maturest counsels, 226. Date, short is my, 339.

Daughter, farewell to thee Araby's, 526.

lyeth at the point of death, 81.
o! his voice, bule, 239.
of Jove, relentless power, 382.
of my house and leart, 512.
of the dawn, 353, 312.
of the voice of God, 475.
one fair, and no more, 134.
still harping on my, 133.
this old inan's, 149.

to her daughter take, 683. Daughters, fairest of fair Zurich's, 677.

fairest of her, 232.
horseleech hath two, 8:29.
many, have done virtuously, 829.
of earth, words are the, 368.
of my father's house, 70.
So curses all Eve's, 16.

words are men's, 368. Daughter's daughter cries, 688.

heart, preaching down a, 626. Dauphiness at Versailles, 409. David and Josias, 680.

not only hating, 268.
Daw, no wiser than a, 93.
Dawn, belong not to the, 233.

creation's, 547.
daughter of the, 338, 342.
golden exhalations of the, 504.
is breaking, gray, 673.
is overcast, the, 297.
later star of, 485.
may-time and the cheerful, 474.
no, no dusk no noon, 580.
of light, 503

on our darkness, 535. Dawning, bird of, 1:27.

of morn, with the, 515.

tongue and pen aid the, 653.
Daws to peck at, 119.
Day after the fair, 12.

and night, more sure than, 436.
and night, 0, 133.
as it fell upon a, 175.
as one shall see in a summer's, 57.
as she lay on that, 4:33.
at the close of the, 428.
be drunk the business of the, 273.
be she fairer than the, 199.
better deed the better, 172.
better, the worse deed, 282,
beyond the night across the, 627.
big the fate of Cato, 27.
blabbing and remorseful, 94.
break of, 49.
breathing time of, with me, 145.
brought back my night, 272.
burden and heat of the, 810.
by algebra tell what hour of, 210.
by day, that see we, 5.
cap by night a stocking all the, 397.
cares that infest the, 011.
chest of drawers by, 397.
close the drama with the, 312.
close the eye of, 231.
continual dropping in a rainy, 829.
count that, lost, 088.
daisie the eye of the, 6.

Day, darkest, the, 423.

deceased, of every, 307.
deficiencies of the present, 368.
denies to gaudy, wl.
dies like the dolphin, parting, 515,
dog will have his, 14).
dogs ye have had your, 317.
each, critic on the last, 3..
each moment is a, GIS.
entertains the harmless, 174.
every, should be passed as if it were

our last, 712.
eye of, 6, 231, 434.
eyes the break of, 49.
fills his blue urn with fire, GOO.
for ever and a, ul.
gather honey all the, 302.
gaudy blabbing and remorseful, 94.
great avenging, 337.
great the important, 297.
hand open as, 90.
he that outlives this, 92.
her suffering ended with the, C39.
I dearly love but one, 8
I've lost a, 307.
in clouds brings on the, 297.
in its pride, 5-8.
in June, what so rare as a, 638.
in thy courts, 821.
infinite, excludes the night. 303.
into the light of common, 178.
is aye fair, the, 458,
is done and darkness falls, 614.
is long, merry as the, 50.
is past and gone, 570.
jocund, stands tiptoe, 108.
joint labourer with the, 126.
kings upon their coronation, 269.
knell of parting, 384.
life confined within the space

736. life is like unto a winter'e, 203. live-long, the, 110. love of life's young, 580. maddest merriest, 024. makes man a slave, whatever. 3:6. marked with a white stone. 769. may bring forth, what a, 829. merry heart goes all the, 77. morning shows the, 241. must follow as the night the, 130. night is long that never finds the, 124 no proper time of, aso. not to me returns, 230. now 's the, now's the hour, 450. of adversity, 828, 830. of death, ere the first, 518. of deliverance, 4:29. of judginent, vulgarize the, 597. of nothingness, first dark, 518. of prosperity, 830. of small things, 836. of thy power, in the, 823. of virtuous liberty, 298. of woe the watchful night, 518. of wrong, I have seen the, 36. or ever I had seen that, 128 parting, linger and play on its summit,

of
a,

529.

Day, peaceful night from busy, 387. Days, long as twenty, are now, 470. peep of, 202,

looked on better, 68. posteriors of this, 56.

measure of my, 820. powerful king of, 355.

melancholy, are come, 573. precincts of the cheerful, 385.

men in the e degenerate, 337. promise of your early, 535.

my, are dull and hoary, 264. rain it raineth every, 77.

next, never so good, 713. right must win the, 653.

of absence sad and dreary, 802. rival in the light of, 482.

of art, elder, 615. Rome was not built in a, 15, 792.

o' auld lang syne, 449. short or never so long, 19.

of childhood, in my, 509. so calm so cool, 204.

of few, and full of trouble, 817. so shuts the eye of, 434.

of my distracting grief, 392. star arise in your hearts, 849.

of nature, in my, 131. steal something every, 330.

of old, in the brave, 593. sufficient unto the, 838.

of our years are threescore, 822. summer's, hath a, 259.

of thy youth, in the, 831. sunbeam in a winter's, 358.

of your life, live all the, 293, superfluous burden loads the, 252. on evil, though fallen, 236. sun shall not smite thee by, 824.

one of those heavenly, 469. sweet Phosphor bring the 203.

past our dancing, 105, that comes betwixt a Saturday and peace and slumberous calm, 575. Monday, 285.

perfect, if ever come, 658. that is dead, grace of a, 627.

pride of former, 519. the bricks are alive at this, 94.

race of other, 564. think that, lost, 188.

red-letter, 508. thunder in a fair frosty, 266.

salad, when I was green, 157. uncertain glory of an April, 44.

shuts up the story of our, 26. unto day, uttereth speech, 819.

some, must be dark and dreary, unto the perfect, 825.

013. very rainy, 899.

supported by precedents, 726. without all hope of, 241.

sweet childish, 470. worse deed the better, 282.

teach us to number our, 822. wrong side of thirty if she be a, 292. that are no more, (30. yield, to night, 33.

that need borrow. 258. you shall seek all, 60.

though fallen, on evil, 236. Days, afternoon of her best, 97.

to all our nights and, 117. among the dead, 506.

to lengthen our, 521. are as grase, his, 823.

to lose good, 29. are dwindled, whose, 433.

to remember better, 709. are in the yellow leaf, 555.

trample on my, 263. are swifter than a shuttle, 816.

we have seen better, 68, 109. as thy, so thy strength, 814.

when we went gypsying, (83. begin with trouble here, 687.

with God he passed the, 305. born in better, 311.

with toil winding up, 92. brighten all our future, 380.

world of happy, 96, called the feast of Crispian, 92. Day's business, end of this, 115. dames of ancient, 395.

garish eye, 250. dead-letter, 508.

life, death of each, 120. dull and hoary, 264.

march nearer home, 497. even from my boyish, 150.

Daylight and truth meet, 255. fear nor wish for your last, 722.

can see a church by, 50. find it after many, 831.

confines of truth and, 255. flight of future, 227.

finish, must in death your, 651. forty, and forty nights, 812.

sick, this night is but the, 66. friend of my better, 502.

we burn, 45. full of sweet, and roses, 204.

Day-star arise in your hearts, 819. giants in those, 812.

so sinks the, 218. halcyon, 93.

Daze the world, 594. happy mixtures of happy, 551.

Dazzle the vision feminine, 594. heavenly, one of those, 469.

Dazzles to blind, 428. in her right hand, length of, 825. Dazzling fence of rhetoric, 246. in my born, 787.

Dazzlingly in full dress, 555. in the week, of all the, 285.

Dead and gone, he is, 405, in these Christian, 534.

and turned to clay, 14. light doth trample on my, 263.

are there, knoweth not the, 825. light of other, 523, 561.

as Chelsea, 854. live laborious, 247.

being, with him is beauty slain, 161.

are,

Dead, better be with the, 121.

bivouac of the, 681.
but sceptred sovereign, 554.
converse with the mighty, 356.
cup to the, already, 641.
day that is, grace of a, 627.
days among the, 506.
fading honours of the, 487.
fault against the, 127.
for a ducat, dead, 140.
he mourns the, 307.
in his harness, 837.
in look so woe-begone, 8
languages, 556.
lion, living dog better than a, kl.
men's bones, full of, 811.
men's skulls, 96.
men, who wait for, 16.
mournings for the, 615.
nature seems, 719.
no pageant train when I am, 571.
not, but gone before, 155.
not to speak evil of the, 758.
of inidnight, 133.
of night, 88.
on the field of honour, 808.
only the, who do not return, 804.
past bury its dead, 612.
poets in their misery, 470.
rest her soul, she's, 143.
say I'm sick, I'm, 326.
sheeted, did squeak, 126.
sleeping but never, 056.
the breathers of this world 162.
the law hath not been, 48.
the noble living and the noble, 476.
this earth that bears thee, 87.
thought it happier to be, 000.
vast and middle of the night, 128.
when I am, let fire destroy the world,

707.
when I am, no pageant train, 571.
when the living might exceed the, 219.
who hath bent him o'er the, 518.

would I were, now, 584. Dead-letter days, 508. Deadly fair so coldly sweet, 518.

breach, imminent, 150. Deaf adder, like the, 821.

as the sea in rage, 80.

none so, that will not hear, 19, 283. Deal damnation round the land, 331.

of nothing, infinite, 60.
of sack, intolerable, 85.
of scorn, what a, 76.

of skimble-skamble stuff, 85.
Dealings, whose hard, 62.
Dean, cushion and soft, 322.
Deans, dowagers for, 629.
Dear as remembered kisses, 630.

as the light of these sad eyes, 383.
as the ruddy drops, 383.
as the vital warınth, 280.
as these eyes that weep, 280.
be what men call life, 699.
beauteous death, 264.
charmer away, 318.
common flower, 657.

Dear five hundred friends, 419.

for his whistle, paid, 361.
for my possessing, too, 162.
forever kind forever, 310.
hut our home, 362.
makes the remembrance, 74.
man to all the country, 396.
my, my better half, 31.
sixpence all too, 152, 406.
son of memory, 251.
to God, worthy patriots, 254.
to gods and men, 347.
to me as are the ruddy drops, 112.
to me as life and light, 450.
to memory, thou art, 587.

to this heart, 537. Dearer than his horse, something, (26

than self, something dear, 5+1. Dearest enemy, nearest and, 174. Yoe in heaven, met my, 128.

thing he owed, 117.
Dearly let or let alone, 204.
Dears, the lovely, 446.
Death, a hero in, 310.=

a necessary end, 112. -
a stopping of impressions, 754.
after, the doctor, 205. -
aims with fouler spite, 203.
all in the valley of, 628.-
and his brother sleep, 567.
and life, bane and antidote, 299.
and taxes, 361. -
and that rest forever, 664. -
and the sole death, 650.-
armed with new terror, 528.
back resounded, 229. –
be thou faithful unto, 849.
begun, birth is nothing but, 309.
bones hearsed in, 130
borders upon our birth, 182.
broke the vital chain, 367.-
brother to sleep, 39–
by slanderous tongues, done to, 5t.-
calls ye, 200.
came with friendly care, 500-
can this be, my soul, 335. -
come to the bridal chamber, 562. -
cometh soon or late, 593
covenant with, 831.-
coward sneaks to, 671.
cruel as, 356..
cruel, is always near, 687. -
dear beauteous, 264. –
doors that lead to, 218.
drawing near her, 221. -
dread of something after, 136.
dull cold ear of, 384.
early, to favourites, 546. -
eclipsed the gayety of nations, 369
eloquent just and mighty, 26. -
epitaph after your, 134.
ere thou hast slain another, 179. -
faithful unto, 849..
fell sergeant, 145.9
first day of, 548.
forerunneth love to win, 621.-
four fingers from, 758,-
from sickness unto. 497..

INDEX

Death, give me liberty or give me, 430.

gone to her, 586.
grim, 194, -23).
grinned horrible, 229.
guilty of his own, 143.
had the majority long since, 355.
harbingers of blood and, 126.
has done all death can, 648.
hath a thousand doors, 180, 194.
hath so many doors, 198.
heaven gives to its favourites early,
herald after my, 101.
his Maker and the angel, 502.
how wonderful is, 567.
hymn to his own, 80.
I bled and cryed out, 229.
I would fain die a dry, 42.
in battle, prize of, 660.
in itself is nothing, 276.
in life, oh, 630.
in that sleep of, 135.
in the midst of life, 851.
in the pot, 816.
into the world, brought, 223.
intrenched, 309.
is a secret of nature, 75).
is an eternal sleep, 805.
is beautiful, 661.
is certain to all, 89.
is nigh at hand, 751.
is not the worst evil, 696.
is strict in his arrest, 145.
is this life really, 766.
just and mightie, 26.
kneeling by his bed, 40.
laid low in, 514.
lays his icy hands, 209.
lieth at the point of, 841.
life perfected by, 620.
love is strong as, 832.
loves a shining mark, 309.
lurks in every flower, 535.
makes equal the high and low, 9.
man makes a, 308.
meetest for, 64.
men equal in presence of, 708.
men fear, 164.
most in apprehension, 48.
nativity chance or, 46.
no difference between life and, 757.
no other herald after my, 101.
not divided in, 815.
nothing our own but, 82.
of a dear friend, the, 59.
of each day's life, 120.
of his saints, 823.
of kings, sad stories of the, 82.
of princes, heavens blaze forth, the,

112.
of the righteous, 813.
of the saints of the Lord, 823.
old men's prayers for, 697.
only craves not gifts, 696.
paradise to what we fear of, 49.
quiet us in, so noble, 242.
reaper whose name is, 613.
remembered kisses after, 630.

Death, rides on every breeze, 535.

righteous hath hope in his, 826.
ruling passion strong in, 321.
sense of, most in apprehension, 48.
shades of, 228.
shadow of, 816.
shook his dart, 240.
should sing, 't is strange that, 80.
silence deep as, 515.
silent halls of, 572.
slavery or, which to choose, 298
sleep before, 736.
sleep is a, 218.
smooth the bed of, 328.
sorrows of, compassed me, 818.
soul under the ribs of, 245
speak me fair in, 65.
still lovely in, 308.
studied in his, 117.
succeeded life so softly, 270.
such ugly sights of, 86.
sweats to, Falstaff, 84.
the beauteous ruin lovely in, 308.
the consoler, 616.
the fear of, 711.
the healer, scorn thou not, 696.
the jaws of, 77, 628.
there is no, 615.
thing that nature wills, 755.
think not, disdainfully of, 755.
thou hast all seasons, 570.
till they have wakened, 151.
till, us do part, 870.
't is not all of, to die, 496.
to a world of, 500.
to life, from, 40.
to us play to you, 670
to what we fear of, 49.
triumphant, 240.
ugly sights of, 96.
under the ribs of, 245.
unexpected, the best sort, 735.
untimely stopped, 335.
urges knells call, 307.
vacancies by, are few, 435.
valiant taste but once of, 112.
victory or, resolved on, 804.
wages of sin is, 844.
way to dusty, 125.
we fear our, in every hedge, 783.
what men call life, 766.
what should it know of, 466.
where is thy sting, 335, 816.
where sin and, abound, 497.
which nature never made, 308.
whose portal we call, 615.

with rust, eaten to, 88.
Deaths, cowards die many times before

their, 112.
feels a thousand, 308.

unknown to fame, 339.
Death's pale flag, 109.
Death-bed a detector of the heart.

307.
of fame, from the, 514.
Death-beds, ask, they can tell, 307.
Debate, Rupert of, 606, 607.
Debt, a double, to pay, 397.

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