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Diffused knowiedge immortalizes itself, | Disagreeable, more, to say than do, 728
457.

Disappointed unaneled, 132.
Digest, mark and inwardly, 850.

woman, fury of a, 296.
of anarchy, 409.

Disappointinent follow, lest, 683.
Digested, books to be chewed and, 168. of manhood, C08.
Digestion bred, from pure,

234.

Disaster, unmerciful, 640.
wat on appetite, 122.

Disasters in his morning face, 397.
Diggeth a pit, whoso, 829.

weary with, 121.
Dignified by the doer's deed, 73.

Disastrous chances, 150.
vice sometimes by action, 106.

end, borne to, 30.
Dignities humanity, 594.

twilight, 225.
Dignities, peace above all earthly, 99. Discharge, no, in that war, 831.
Dignity, in every act of, 752.

Disciplined inaction, 457.
in every gesture, 237.

Disconsolate, a Peri stood, 526.
of crimes, reach the, 437.

Discontent is want of self-reliance, C01.
of history, 364, 593.

nights in pensive, 29.
Washingtonian, 668.

winter of our, 95.
Digression, there began a lang, 448. Discord, brayed horrible, 236.
Diligence, best of me is, 146.

dire effects from civil, 299.
few things are impossible to, 368.

harmony not understood, 316.
increaseth the fruit of toil, 691. Discords sting through Burns and Moore
is the mother of good fortune, 791,

3).
Diligent in his business, 8:28.

straining harsh, 108.
Dim and perilous way, 465.

Discourse, bid me, 161.
eclipse, in, 225.

good company and good, 208.
religious light, 250.

kind of excellent dumb, 43.
with age, sun shall grow, 299.

like a Persian carpet, 723.
with childish tears, eyes are, 471.

more sweet, 228.
with the mist of years, 511.

most eloquent music, 138.
Dim-discovered, ships, 356.

of reason, beast that wants, 128.
Dimensions senses atfections, 63.

of the elders, miss not the, 837.
Diminished heads, hide their, 231.

such large, 112.
rays, hide your, 322.

sweet and voluble is his, 55.
Dimness, sight faints into, 549.

Sydneian showers of sweet, 259.
Dimple on his chin, 31.

the banquet of the mind, 346.
Dimpling all the way, run, 328.

tongue so varied in, 511.
Dine, that jurymen may, 326.

Discourses in our time to come, 108.
Dined, greatly daring, 332.

Discovery of divine truths, 304.
to-day, I have, 461.

Discreetest best, virtuousest, 238.
Diners-out from whom we guard our Discreetly blot, 221,
spoons, 593.

Discretion is the better part of valour
Dining, thought of, 399.

87, 197.
Dinner, good enough, 371.

of speech, 167.
lubricates business, 437.

philosophy is nothing but, 195.
much depends on, 500.

thou art a jewel, 856.
nap after, 372.

through the little hole of, 56.
of herbs, better is a, 826.

Disdain, my dear lady, 50.
others stay, 263.

Disease called lack of money, 771.
to ask a man to, 371.

remedy worse than, 160, 709.
Dinner bell the tocsin of the soul, 559. shapes of foul, 633.
Diogenes I would be were I not Alex.

young, 317.
ander, 739.

Diseases crucify the soul of man, 188.
Dire was the noise of conflict, 236.

desperate grown, 111.
Direct and honest, to be, 151.

extreme, 700.
the lie, 72.

Diseased, minister to a mind, 125.
Direction, all chance, 316.

nature breaks forth, 85.
Directs the storm, 299, 331.

Disguise, scandal in, 330.
Dirge in marriage, 1:27.

thyself as thou wilt, 379.
is sung by forms unseen, 389.

Disguises, troublesome, 234.
Dirge-like sound, winter loves a, 486. Dish, butter in a lordly, 814.
Dirt, faithless leather met the, 311.

fit for the gods, 111.
loss of wealth is loss of, 8.

Dishes, are these choice, 388.
was trumps, if, 510.

Dishonour, honour rooted in, 629.
Dirty work again, the creature's at his, I have lived in such, 158.
327.

Dishonourable graves, 110.
Dis's waggon, flowers from, 77.

Disinheriting countenance, 442.
Disagree, men only, 227.

Disinterested good not our trade, 417
when doctors, 322.

Disinterestedness, part of, 794.

Dislike, bevitate, 347.

Distressed by poverty, 367. Dins the rack, 158.

in mind body or estate, 850. Divyalty, to doubt would be, 653. Distressiul bread, crammed with, 92. Disual tidings, conveyed the, 391.

stroke of my youth, 150. treativt rouse, would at a, 125.

Distrest, griets that harass the, 366 Disinaying solitude, 12.

Distrusting asks if this be joy, 39% Disinib us with thy blessing, 674. Ditch, both fall into the, S40. Di mnished without a parting pang, 296. die in the last, 851. Disinising the doctor, 471.

Ditties of no tone, pipe to, 576. Disobedience, mau's first, 223.

Ditto to Mr. Burke, 412. to nature, 746.

Diurnal, there swift return, 237. Disorder, brave, 323.

Diver, adventure of the, C13. most admired, 1).

did hang a salt-fish, 158. sweet, in the dress, 201.

Divers paces with divers persons, 70. Dispaires, comfortlesse, 30.

Diserter of sadness, 207. Disparting towers, 338.

Divide a hair, distinguish and, 210. Dispel this cloud, 310.

Sunday from the week, 120. Dispensary, Garth did not write his, 325. Divided against itself, house, 841. Dispensations, holy shifts are, 212.

duty, perceive a, 151. Displaced the mirth, 122.

excellence, fair, 78. Dimposer of other inen's stuff, 175.

in death they were not, $15. Disposes, man proposes God, i.

united yet, 417. Disposition, shake our, 131.

we fall, united we stand, 595. very melancholy, 50.

Dividends, incarnation of fat 564. wisdom acquired by, 700.

Dividing, his cares, 455. Dispraise or blame, 212.

we fall by, 426. other men's, 258.

Divina natura dedit agros, 167. Dispraises, praising most, 327.

Divine, all save the spirit of man is, 549 Dispraised no small praise, 240.

Apollo can no more, 231. Dispute, could we forbear, 221.

enchanting ravishment, 243. my right there is none to, 416.

hand that made us is, 300. Disputing, itch of, 175.

how, a thing, 475. Disrespect, luxury of, 483.

how, woman may be made, 475. Disrespectfully of the equator, speak, human face, 230. 459.

in hookas, tobacco, 555. Dissect, creatures you, 320.

kill a sound, 416. Dissemble, right to, 415.

makes drudgery, 204. Disseinbling nature, 05.

Milton, the, 479. Dissension between hearts, 026.

of kings, the right, 332. Dissent, dissidence of, 408.

or holy, aught, 25. Dissevering power, 246.

philosophy, 245, 632. Dissipation without pleasure, 431.

she's lovely she 's, 682. Dissolve, great globe itself shall, 43. she sang the service, 1. Dissolves, all the world, 41.

to forgive, 325. Dissonance, air with barbarous, 245. to love, too, 564. Distance, frozen by, 473.

vision and faculty, 479. lends enchantment, 512.

Divineness, participation of, 169. made more sweet by, 177.

Diviner air, ampler ether, a, 482. notes by, more sweet, 390.

Diviner's theme, the glad, 268. smooth at a, 181.

Divinity dotlı hedge a king, 112. sometimes endears friendship, 581. in odd numbers, there is, 46. Distant prospects please us, 181.

sacred and inspired, 170. spires, ye, 381.

that shapes our ends, 145. Trojans never injured me, 337.

that stirs within us, 298. views of happiness, 181.

Divinely fair, 310, 024. Distemper, died of no, 276.

tall, daughter of the gods, 624. Distil goodness out of evil, 92.

Division of a battle, 149. Distilled damnation, 457.

Do good by stealth, 329. Distinct as the billows, 496.

ii to, were as easy as to know, 60. persons, two, 186.

it with thy might, 831. Distinction between virtue, 370.

noble things not dream them, 664. without a difference, 364.

nothing left to, 727. Distinguish and divide a hair, 210.

or die, let us, 183, 450. Distinguishable, shape had none, 228. so many worlds so much to, 633. Distinguished for ignorance, 609.

we should do that we would, 142. Distraction, waft me from, 513.

well and right, 205. Distress, brothers in, 447.

what has by man been done, 309. consolations in, 179.

what I pleased, I would, 788.

Do what I will with mine own, 840.

what men dare, 52.

ye even so to them, 839.
Dock the tail of rhyme, 635.
Doctor, after death the, 205.

dismissing the, 451.
Fell, I do not love thee, 286.
for a nauseous draught fee the, 270.
good is a good, 603.
old because you never were my,

737.
silent, shook his head, 319.
Doctors disagree, when, 322.

of the Stoic fur, 246.
Doctors' spite, in learned, 564.
Doctrine, all the winds of, 255.

from women's eyes, 56.
not for the, but the music, 324.
orthodox, prove their, 210.
sanctified by truth, 483.
the bible is a book of, 530.

with every wind of, 817.
Doctrines plain, what makes all, 215.
Doer and the thing done, 461,
Doer's deed, place is dignified by, 73.
Does well acts nobly, 307.
Doff it for shame, 79.
Dog, Alcibiades and his, 733.

and bay the moon, 114.
circumcised, 159.
faithful, his, 315.
hair of the same, 16.
his Highness', at Kew, 334.
hunts in dreams like a, 626.
in that town was found a, 400.
in the manger, 188.
infidel as a, 371.
is thy servant a, 816.
is turned to his vomit, 819.
it was that died, 400.
let no, bark, 60.
living, better than dead lion, 831.
love me love my, 19.
mine enemy's, 148.
misbeliever, cut throat, 61.
ounce bear and bull, 783.
shall bear him company, 315.
smarts, this, 303.
something better than his, (26.
to gain his private ends, 400.
Tobias and his, 836.
walking on his hind legs, 371.
whose, are you, 331.
will have his day, 145.
wool of bat tongue of, 123,

word to throw at a, 66.
Dogs bark at me, 95.

between two, 93.
delight to bark and bite, 301.
drinking from the Nile, 715, 719.
eat of the crumbs, 640.
fighting in the streets, 303.
little, and all, 147.
of war, let slip the, 113.
rain cats and, 293.
throw physic to the, 125.

ye have had your day, 317.
Doggedly, set himself, 371.
Doing and saying are two things, 281.

| Doing or suffering, 225.

whatever is worth, 352.
Doings, amend your ways and your, 835
Doit, beggarly last, 4:21.
Dole, delight and, in equal scale, 127.

happy man be his, 46.

happy man happy, 11.
Doleiul dumps, 404.

sound, from the tombs, a, 303.
Dollar, the Almighty, 536.
Dolphin, dies like the, 545.
Dolphin-chamber, in my, 89.
Dolphins play, pleased to see the, 351.
Domain, o'er the hushed, 042.
Dome, fired the Ephesian, 296.

hand that rounded Peter's, 598.
him of the western, 268.
life like a, 505.
no gilded, 571.
of many-coloured glass, 505.

of thought, 541.
Domestic happiness, 419.

joy, smooth current of, 307.
Domestics, few admired by their, 778.
Dominations princedoms, 235.
Dominions, sun never sets in, 804.

tithe or toll in our, 79.
Domus sua cuique, 24.
Done all is, in vain, 453.

all is, that men can do, 453.
decently and in order, 8t6.
for, so soon that I am, 689.
if it were, when 't is, 117.
in a corner, 8H.
it, gone and, 608.
like lightning, 178.
make deeds ill, 80.
my duty and no more, 362.
quickly, 't were well it were, 117.
such things to be so little, 633.
things which we ought to have, 850.
to death by slanderous tongues, 51.
we may compute what's, 418.
well and as is fitting, 837.
well, is done soon enough, 781.
what's, is done, 121.
where much is to be, 376.

with so much ease, 267.
Donned his clothes, he rose and, 142.
Don't see it, I, 297.
Doom, had an early, 589.

of fate, 29,
regardless of their, 381.

the crack of, 123.
Doomed for a certain term, 131.
Doon, ye banks and braes of bonny, 452.
Door, at mine hostess', 78.

beside a human, 472.
clicked behind the, 397.
drove me from the, 133.
haunt the rich man's, 424.
shut shut the, 320.
shut the stable, 13.
to door, sung ballads from, 189.

wolf from the, 8.
Doors, death hath a thousand, 180, 194,

218.
death hath so many, 198.

Doors, infernal. 229.

men shut their, 109.

nor locks can shield you, 538.
Doorkeeper in the house of my God, 821.
Dorcas, a woman called, 843.
Dorian mood of flutes, 225.
Dorians pray, to whom the, 593.
Doric lay, warbling his, 218.
Dost thou love life, 360.
Dotage, streams of, 36).
Dotages and plagues of human kind, 188.
Dote on his very absence, 61.

upon, how farling the joys we, 281.
Doter yet doubts suspects, 153.
Doting with age, pyramids, 222.
Double cherry, like to a, 58.

debt to pay, contrived a, 397.
double toil and trouble, 123.
iny life's fading space, 262.
pity, challenge, 25.
sure, I'll make assurance, 123.
surely you 'll grow, 466.

Bwan and shadow, fioat, 474.
Doublet, carving the fashion of a, 51.
Doubling his pleasures, 457.
Doubly armed, thus am I, 299.

dying, 488.

feel ourselves alone, 489.
Doubt, faith in honest, 633.

modest, 102.
my mind is clouded with

a,

629.
never, I love, 133,
never stand to, 203.
nor loop to hang a, 154.
one heart, thu, 641.
that the sun doth move, 133.
the equivocation of the fiend, 125.
the wise are prone to, 315.
thou the stars are fire, 133.
to be once in, 153.
trieth the troth in every, 18.
truth to be a liar, 133.
who read to, 494.
win the trick, when in, 861,

would be disloyalty, to, 653.
Doubts, our, are traitors, 47.

bound in to saucy, 122.

suspects yet strongly loves, 163.
Doubted, heard Troy, 558.
Doubtful, from the dark and, 443.
Doubting in his abject spirit, 657.
Dough, my cake is, 73.
Douglas deals in red herrings, 563.

in his hall, 490.
like, conquer or die, 392.
song of Percy and, 34.

tender and true, 38.
Dove, beside the springs of, 469.

burnished, 025.
found no rest, 812.
gently as any sucking, 57.
more of the serpent than, 41.

wings like a, oh that I had, 820.
Doves and team of sparrows, 31.

harruless an, 839.

moan of, 630.
Dove-cote, eagle in a, 103,
Dowagers for deans, C29.

Dowered with the hate of hate, 6
Down among the dead men, 672

and out of breath, 88.
be that is, 212, 200.
hill that skirts the, 428.
I grant you I was, 88.
levelling, 370.
of darkness, the raven, 244.
on your knees and thank heaven, 70.
pillow hard, finds the, 100.
this story will not go, 303.
the wind, let her, 153.
thou climbing sorrow, 146.
thrice driven bed of, 151.

to the dust with them, 525.
Downs, all in the, 348.

unhabitable, 289.
Downcast modesty, 356.
Downward age, torrent of a, 356.

bent, thoughts, 225.
Dozen, a baker's, 773.
Doxy, another man's, 858.
Drab, cursing like a very, 135.
Drachenfels, castled crag of, 513.
Drachm is too little for a king to give

732.
Draff, still sow eats all the, 13.
Drag angels down, 532.

the slow barge, 424.
Drags at each remove, 394.

its slow length along, 324.
Dragon, evening, 242.

Saint George that swinged the, 78.
Dragon's tail, baited with a, 217.
Dragonish, cloud that is, 158.
Drained by fevered lips, 577.
Drakes and ducks, 37.
Drama has outgrown such toys, the, 621

with the day, close the, 312.
Drames go by conthraries, 582.
Drank delight, 444.

judicious, 332.
Drapery of his couch, 572.
Draught above heat, one, 74.

nauseous, 270.
of cool refreshment, 577.

slavery a bitter, 379.
Draughts, shallow, 323.
Draw men as they ought to be, 399.

the curtain and show the picture, 74.
the curtain close, 94.

you with a single hair, 274.
Draws us with a single hair, beauty, 1914

326.
Drawers, chest of, by day, 397.
Drawn dagger, smiles at the, 299.
Dread and fear of kings, 64.

of all who wrong, 619.
of something after death, 136,
the devil, bane of all that, 466.

whence this secret, 298.
Dreadful as the Munichean god, 421.

bell, silence that, 152.
reckoning, 318.
thing, between the acting of a, 111.
thought, thou pleasing, 299.

urs, those, 636.
Dream, a hideous, 111.

INDEX.

Dream, a shadowy lie, was thy, 654.

all night without a stir, 575.
as we glide through a quiet, 538.
as youthful poets, 249.
change o'er the spirit of my, 553.
clear, and solemn vision, 245.
consecration and the poet's, 475.
fickle as a changeful, 491.
gone like a beautiful, 587.
her face stirred with her, 558.
hope is but the, 288.
hunt half a day for a forgotten, 472.
I have had a, 58.
is but a shadow, a, 134.
life is but an empty, 612.
love's young, 521.
not Homer nods but we, 323.
of, a sight to, 499.
of a waking man, 761.
of heaven, she did but, 270.
of home, the, 525.
of love melted away,

in
a,

677.
of peace, deep, 536.
of things that were, 541.
of those that wake, 288.
old men's, 268.
past the wit of man to say what, 58.
short as any, 57.
silently as a, 421.
the glory and the, 477.
to sleep perchance to, 135.
when one awaketh, 821.

which was not all a dream, 553.
Dreams and fables of the skies, 342.

and slumbers light, 490.
angels in some brighter, 264.
books are each a world, 477.
full of ghastly, 96.
glimpses of forgotten, 623.
ground not upon, 172.
hence, babbling, 296.
in some brighter, 264.
lies down to pleasant, 572.
like a dog he hunts in, 626.
of avarice, beyond the, 374, 378.
of cutting foreign throats, 105.
of those who wake, 721.
old men shall dream, 836.
smooth or idle, 255.
such stuff as, are made on, 43.
that wave before the half-shut eye, 357.
their own, deceive 'em, 288.
true I talk of, 105.

what, may come, 135.
Dreamed that life was beauty, 654.
Dreaming ear, voice of my, 515.

ever of thee I'm, 586.

past the size of, 159.
Dreamland, adamantine logic of, 663.
Dreamt I dwelt in marble halls, 561.

of in your philosophy, 133.
Drear-nighted December, 576.
Dreary intercourse of daily life, 468.

sea now flows between, 500.
Dregs of fortune's cup, 341.

of life, from the, 276.
Dress, be plain in, 350.

daring in full, 505.

Dress, fair undress best, 357.

felt through this fleshly, 263.
of thoughts, style is the, 353.

sweet disorder in the, 201.
Dressed in all his trim, 163.
Drest in a little brief authority, 48.

still to be neat still to be, 178.
Drew an angel down, she, 271.
Drift, snow in a dazzling, 648.
Drink and to be merry, 831, 842.

as friends, 72.
as he brews so shall he, 177.
cannot make the horse, 14.
deep or taste not, 323.
if he thirst give him, 844.
let us eat and, 833.
mandragora, 157.
meat and, to me, 71, 773.
no longer water, 848.
no more than a sponge, 771.
no sperit, I never, 659.
nor any drop to, 498.
old wine to, 171.
pretty creature drink, 472.
reasons why men, 793.
small beer, felony to, 94.
strong, is raging, 827.
that quenches thirst, 792.
they eat they, 235.
they never taste who always, 287.
't is to thee I would, 553.
to-day drown all sorrow, 184.
to me only with thine eyes, 179.
to the general joy of the table, 122.
to the lass, 442.
what ye shall eat or, 838.
when I have occasion, 790.
why should every creature, but I, 260.
wild anarchy of, 180.
with him that wears a hood, 22.
with me and drink as I, 671.
with you eat with you, 61.

ye to her that each loves best, 516.
Drinks and gapes for drink again, 200.
Drinking dancing laughing, 272.

largely sobers us, 323.
not to be blamed, 195.

unhappy brains for, 152.
Drip of the suspended oar, 543.
Dripping with coolness, 537.
Drive a coach and six, 855.

four rogues let, 84.
on your own track, 729.

whom the devil doth, 18, 73.
Driveller and a show, 365.
Driveth o'er a soldier's neck, 105.
Driving far off each thing, 245.

of Jehu, like the, 816.
Drizzled blood upon the capitol, 112.
Drooped the willow, where, 596.
Drooping head, repairs his, 248.
Drop a tear and bid adieu, 671.

hinders needle and thread, every, 585.
in for an after-loss, 162.
in the well, last, 553.
into thy mother's lap, 240.
manna, you, 66.
of a bucket, 834.

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