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causes, from, 244

delay, 215

descant, her. 215
Amour d'une mere, 726

elles aiment l\ 715

fait moult, argent fait tout, 760

fait passer le temps, 718

premier soupir de l\ 723

satisfait, 713
Amour-propre olfensi, 718
Amours, meanest of, 408

on revient d ses premiers, 725

plans, from her tenderest youth, 491
Amphoin muthon akouein, 474
Amusement not shameful, but not to

have left it off. 600
Amusements for fools. 347
Amusing people who do not interest, 116
Anacharsfs. 12
Anacreon used to feed. 28
xAnao'ka sterra, 777



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Anaideia, 27i«ofl. 47S
Anak, sons of, 411
Anamartiaia prOton agathon, 467
AnamartStos, oudeia, 476
AnapsBstio, the rolling. 28
ADap»8t8, the swift, 86
Anarchy the greatest eyil, 618
Anathemata eato, 676
Anatomy, a mere. 279
Ancev$ in laqueos »uoi, 616
Ancestors, fashion of our, 691

nerer look backward to. 39

never unworthy of his. 681

remember the deeds of your. 660

that come after. 277
Ancestral crown, 236

honour. 497
Anchor, the bower, 338

too late, when on the rocks. 813
Anchorite, slake the saintshin of an, 61
Ancient castle or building. 10

customs. Rome stands by. 692

everything, to be respected. 477

form, moved from, 605

let things delight others, 641

nobility, 10

reverence what is, 100

time, ask counsel of, 10

times, these are the, 7

truths, passionate for. 85

we laud the. neglectful of tht
modern. 705
Ancients of the earth. 362

who never grow old. 733
Ancilla formosa, 600
Andanetn toisi polloia, 469
Anderson, my Jo. John. 46
Andrea athumountes, 468
Andrewes. Bishop. 9 nou
Ane frae 'mang oursels. 47
Anechou kai apechou, 468
An9r, amholiergoSt 467

ho pheugdn. 468

kSporOBt 477
Anfano, aZIer. tat heiter, 732
Anecdotage. 116
Anecdote, he who takes to. 191
Angel, a ministering. 270. 319

agree as. 381

appear to each lover. 239

as an. heavenlich she song. 76

CsBsar's. 304

dances like, 2

drew an. 125

ended. 217

Euide my pencil, 409
alf. 32
bold the fleet. 194
in action how like an. 314
intercedes, 27
is like you, Kate, 296
king, sword of an. 22
nothing less than. 409
or a devil. 37
plumage. 21
she. the more. 325
smiles an. 406
thou hovering, 222
visited the green earth. 193
visits, few and far between. 65
whiteness. 280
young, old devil. 751
Angels, a little lower than the, 414
a thousand liveried. 222
aU too few. 86



Angels alone enjoy such liberty, 196

and ministers of grace, 312

are bright still. 310

are painted fair, 238

as 'tis but seldom. 237

by that sin fell the. 301

could no more. 406

don't like, I, 109

eloquent as, 89

envy, could. 408

fear to treskd. 244

flght, if. 292

guard thy bed, 387

hark the herald, 388 not4

ken, as far as, 211

latigh too, the, 166

lays, the. 358

listen when she, 263

love good men, 300

men of a superior kind, 408

music, 161

name Lenore. 242

on the side of the. 117

our acts our, 134

reveal themselves, 28

sing on like the, 28

though women are. 58

till we are built like. 186

tremble, where. 152

unawares. 435

visits, like those of. 22

visits, short and bright. 237

wake thee. till. 176

walked unknown. 169

weep, makes the. 279

weep such as. 212

weep to record. 65

whispering, 242

with us, unawares. 205

wooing, women are. 301

would be gods. 245
Angel's arm. like an. 88

harp. 90

song, subject for an. 94

whispered call, 273

wing, dropped from an, 399

wing, made of a quill from an. 91

wings, clip an, 182
Angelic purity, power, and beneflcenoe.

Anger, a noble Inflrmity. 377
Alexander subdued by. 488
all he lost, his. 218
and haste hinder counsel, 757
and partiality without. 679
as the flint, carries. 304
brings back his strength. 485
concealed is dangerous. 569
costs nothing. 180
delay the remedy for. 585
end of, beginning of repentance, 733
And in thee, no, 224
has led to deadly warfare. 579
has nothing to do with counsel. 767
IS like confession of wrong. 666
is like ruins. 569
is not turned awaj. 420
is short madness. 569
leads to repentance. 651
like women s. 124
love fears. 335
makes dull men witty. It
rushes, when. 268
sharpening scorn. 341
surprise or. 33



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Anger takes least hold on, 358

to be avoided in puniBhment, 642

to be moderate in, 590

will not be ruled. 547
Anger's fire, let. be slow, 816
Anolaia, les, a'amusent tristement, 723
Anolaise, hardiesse, 728
Angle, brother of the. 382
Angles, not, but angels, 610
Anglers, or very honest men, 382

play their trout, 166
Anglia ventoaa, 492
Angling, a-, that are quiet and go, 382

men born so, 382

no more innocent recreation, 382

that solitary vice, 64
Angry at a feast is rude. 796

be ye, and sin not, 434

do you wish not to be, 615

few men can afford to be. 21

heart, with. 790

man angry with himself. 569

man is outside himself. 553

man regards advice as a crime. 569

men seldom want woe. 757

thought, who quells an. 92

when he strikes. 242
Anouillam cauda tenes, 492
Anouille sous roehe, 866
Anguia in herha, latet, 650
Anguish, after rapture, 407

and doubt, 212

still succeeds delight, 192

the fires of, 4
Angulus ridet, tile, 557
Animal, a featherless two-legged, 492

born to labour, 492

propter conviva natum, 647

that, is very vicious, 714

that monstrous, 133

who cooks, 175
Animals are agreeable friends, 128

behaviour to^ 343

hurt not, 453

shut up, lose courage, 531
Animi, impos, 527
Animi$ ccBleitihus irm, 690
Animo hahet, quod quiBquam, 651
Animoa reroocate, 665

vince, 706
Animum. ftectere, 558

reoe, 569
Animu$ furandU 492

qui parva extollatt 499
Anmut, die, macht unwiderstelxliclx, 733
Anna, great, 244

Annals, if you have writ your, 302
Annihilate but space and time, 257

things it may. 59
Anne. Queen, is dead. 843
Anni Icibuntur, 18

prmdanturt 679

recedentes, 593

venientes, 593
Annis, nostriB utimur, 674
Anno domino, my, 131
Annoy, only does it to. 118
Annoyed in different ways, we are. 557
Annua formosiBBimus, 619
Anointed, the Lord's, 299
Anons, two. and a by-and-by. 875
Another and the same. 403

done by. done by oneself, 649

what you have done to. expect from.



Another's and another's. 66

case, semblance in. 102
Anaer inter olorea, 494, 687
Answer, a biasing strange, 114

came there none, 273^

doing the shortest, 863

harder still, 410

he made no, 63

made it none, 312

never without her, 287

no, an answer, 832

the fateful. 271

the noblest. 367 ^^

thee, we are not careful to. 422

would stop them, such an, 323

wrong hears wrong, 887
Answers to the angry sky, 251
Ant, be like the. 822

go to the. 416. 701 ,

great industry of the, 632

has its gall. 751 ^ ^^

Antagonisms, the balance of, 71
Ante, Bicut, 673
Anthem, the pealing, 151
Anthems clear, 221

singing of, 295
Anthony's, St., fire, 556
AnthrakeB ho th^8auros», 468
Anthropophagi, the. 323
AnthrdpoB euergetos pephukOB, 475

metron, 468
Antic, old father. 292
Anticipated all things, I have. 626
Antidote, some sweet oblivious, 31Q

the, before the poison, 598
Antipathy. I have no, 26
Antiquarian eyes. In, 393
Antique times, those, 345

virtue and faith, 492, 553
AntiquitaB aeculi, 7
Antiquities, history defaced. 7
Antiquity and birth are needless. 107

gives place. 505 ^^ _^^

learned, always venerable. 719

move, whom does not. 656

not a mark of verity. 757

of House of Commons. 674

once new. 627

regarded as law, 705

spirit of. 399

to go back to, 90

to look back to. 90

veneration of, 40
Antres vast, 323

Ants prefer full storehouses, 554
AnuB optima, 702
Anvil and hammer, between, 763

lasts longer than the hammer. 882

when an. hold you still, 882
Anxieties, forgetfulness of life's,' 622

restrain your, 586
Anxiety, cartloads of, 748

dismiss this. 590

mingles with Joy. 617

nothing is worth great, 476
Anxious thoughts how wealth may be

increased, 97
Anywhere, out of the world. 167
Apage, Satana, 493
Apart, like a star, and dwelt. 398
Ape. an. is an ape. 678

goes, higher the. 858
ow like a hateful. 16
like an angry. 279
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Ape or an ancrel, 117

the. how like to us. 678

will never be a man, 393
Apes are apes. 179. 755

in hell, old maids lead, 836
Ape's an ape. 755
Apercehido, homhre, 743, 780
Aphorism, the physician's, 71
Apiitein, memnasj 474
Aplistos pithos, 46iB
Apoealyptiqne, secret. 710
Apollo, 54 note

a ffreat, 582

favui, 706

hears when Invoked, 496

mtTit magnui, 527

my ereat, 694

no dinner without. 115

so did, serve me, 677

the irolden-haired, 706
Apollo's bow not always drawn, 603

lute, bright. 281
Apologise, never bow and, 130
Apology before yon are accused, 74

too prompt, 218

won t maKe hair grow, 156
Apostasie, to fall into, 199
Apostates, peculiar malignity of, 203
Aporia to du8tuchein, 468
Apothecary, broken, a* new doctor. 740
Apothecary's mortar spoils music. 853
Apothegms, use of. 12
ApothnSskein cpitSdeuouain, 476
Apostles, should he meet the twelve, 81

shrank. 18

twelve, his, 75

would have done, 60
Apparel, every man's true. 279

glorious in his, 421

oft proclaims the man, 312

shapes, 784
Apparitions seen and gone. 237

signs, and prodigies. 326
Appear, things which do not, are as

non-existent. 515
Appearance beyond their means, 697

do not trust, 598, 609

first, deceives, 614

jud^e not according to. 430

of right, we are deceived by the, 516

of virtue, outward. 671

over-regard for personal. 560

the outward. 469

without reality. 733
Appearances, no trusting to, 333

keep up. 79
Appetence, lustful, 218
Appetiser, labour the best, 629
AppetiU I \ vient en mangeanU 757
Appetite comes with eating, 757

digestion wait on. 309

increase of, 311

keen. 127

my. is dulled. 630

new dishes, new, 831

no sauce like. 803

seek, by toil, 612

you have. what. 300
Appetites, subdue your, HI

were hearty, 36
Applaud myself at home, 639

the hollow ghost. 4

thee to the very echo, 310

who seems to, is mocking, 730
Applauds, when most the world. 406



Applause and aves, 278

bold in thy, 269

deserved, 208

faint echoes of the world's. 410

farewell and give us. 711

has ruined him. 549

ill-timed, 256

in spite of. 243

madmen for. 126

of listening senates. 152

of the multitude. 347

of the people, to warm with the. 637

Phocion on public. 454

satiate of, 251

sickly food of popular. 404

the spur of noble minds, 89

to his own. 250

without art. in those days. 637
Apple, a goodly, 283

an, an egg, and a nut, 755

evil brought in by an, 583

given, better, than eaten, 761

of discord, inscription on the, 517

of his eye. 412

of the eye, as the. 414

year, windy year an, 740
Apples, cherries, 110

choice in rotten. 288

of gold in pictures of silver, 417

on the other side of the wall. 851

pears, and nuts spoil the voice. 757

scattered under their trees. 684

she had gathered. 258

stolen, 851

swim, how we. 803

to bring down two. with one stick,
872
Appliance, desperate, 317
Appliances and means. 295
Approbation, cold, 176

disappointed in hoped-for, 637

from Sir Hubert Stanley, 235

we mean, 89
Appropriate, knows how to assign what

is, 6^2
Approve the better course; I follow tbt

worse. 706
Apr^B nous le deluge, 713
April, a showering. 9

borrows three days of March. 767

day, a peevish. 389

day. glory of an. 277

flood, an, 755

fools, 757

fools, love's, 90

laugh thy girlish laughter. 386

of her prime. 327

proud-pied. 327

showers bring May flowers. 757

well apparelled. 319

when they woo. 287

when, blows his horn, 879
April's there, now that, 34
Apropos de hottea, 713
Aquam in mari quarit, 561

medio flumine qumris, 566
AquaB, in mare fundit, 560
Arabia, all breathes, 244

perfumes of, 310
Arabic in the house of a Moor, 771
Araby the blest, 215
AraSt utque ad. 699
Arator de tauris narrat, 698
Arbiter chance. 214

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Arbiter of mirth. 493

of taste, 493

of the drinking. 493
Arhitrio popularia aurx, 601, 708
Arhor fetia amat, 710
Arboreal, probably. 349
Arcades arribo, 62, 493
Arcadian scenes, feigned. 95
Arcadians alone skilled in song, 689

both, 493
Arcana ccBleatia, 493
Arch, triumphal, 66
Archangel rained, 212
ArchS ar^dra deixei, 468

de toi hSmiBu pantos, 468
Archer known by nis aim, 755

little meant, the, 274

that overshoots, misses, 853
ArchSa, kakSs ap\ 739
Arches. massiTe, 269
Arch-flatterer, the. 10. 12
Archias of Thebes, 453
Archimedes' exclamation, 471

lever, 470
Architect should learn, young, 267
Architecture frozen music. 456

haughtiest is simple, 267
Arcs, the broken, 32
Ardour divine, radiant with. 5
Are, that which we, 64
Arena swims around him, 54
Argentum accepi, 493
Argeyment, tough customer in, 112
Argue about the point of a needle, 873

we will out-. 177
Argued round about him, 143
Argues, the heart. 5

yourselves unknown, 216
Arguing, be calm in. 161

too, in. 147
Argument, a doubtful, 557

a personal, 494

and intellects too, 149

be intricate, be sure your, 406

for a week, 293

heard great, 133

is against it, 177

no force but. 26

of the stick. 826

staple of his, 281

the impassioned, 385

this great, 211

who over-refines his, 736

will vanish before nature, 89

with men. 220
Arguments, halters were, 237
Argument's hot, 34
Argumentum ad hominem, 494
Arguraqchdn paacheU 468
Argus, keener-sighted than, 553
Argyll. Dukes of. motto, 710
Anaakrues andres, 467
Ariete, virtu$ fortior, 707
ArioBto, 59 nots

of the North, 53
Arise, with rising morn, 183
Aristocrat, an. in folio. 738

democrat, 368
Ariston men nuddr, 468
AriatOB ou dokein, all' einaU 476
Aristotle. 7

and his philosophie. 74

breaks his fast with. 81

him all admire. 73
Arithmetician in the clouds. 41



Ark. lay their hand upon the. 98
Arkymedlan Leaver. 25
Arm. austerely raised, 5

its awkward arm, 230

stretch not further than your
sleeve. 851

tale much longer than. 263

what an. 192
Arma, in media, ruamut, 592

sonant, 536

virumque cano, 494
A.rmohair. asleep in this. 367

fortieth spare. 31

that old. 92
Arme, egen, er Quid vserd, 744
Armed at all points. 312

sallantly. 294

he's, that's innocent. 251

thrice is he. 297
Armenian clergy. 242
Armies swore terribly in Flanders, 347
Armour is his honest thought, 404

is light at table, 757

of light, 432
Arms about my dearie. 45

abroad require counsel at home, 632

and laws do not flourish togpther,
678 nou

and the man, 126. 494

are broken when wa^res are paid, 882

betakes himself again to, d69

bring arms. 494

claims all by force of, 572

excites us to, 125

he calls the gods to, 711

he vanquished by. 494

impossible without pay. 603

I take, mad. 494

in one another's. 215

is it the clash of, 536

let, yield to the civic gown. 504

lord of folded. 281

on armour, 216

soul is up in. 91

terrestrial, 409

the props of peace, 494

to, cried Mortimer, 153

who denies Justice to the man bear-
ing. 494

ye forge. 332
Armuth ist der sechate Sinn, 841
Army, a school of j>rodigality. 452



and navy for ever, 460
goes ou its belly, 460



makes the niggardly generous, 452

more weight than merit in the, 88

physic, law. 102

the British. 117
Arnold, M.. on genius, 782
Aromatic pain, z45
Arrange and put together. I. what I

shall issue. 508
Arrangement, clear, 579
Arrest, strict in his. 319
Arridre-pens^e, les femmea ont toujoura,

724
Arrow for the heart, a sweet voice, 64

into the air, I shot an, 193

o'er the house, 319

will not always hit. 600
Ara eat celare artemj 494

longa, vita brevia, 494. 855
Art. according to, 670

adulteries of, 180

a fine Judgment in, 572



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Art aa art, 158

as directress, 494

borrowed one from. 95

brightens, 244

careless, 131

child of nature. 194

chrematistic. 133

comes from. 244

each land fosters its own, 479

elder days of, 194

erery, imitation of natuiie, 628

•▼ery land fosters some kind of,

494
fine, defined by Buskin, 267
foiled by art. 652

floss of, 147
will use no. 313

ignorance enemy of, 757

infantine, 33

is lofty, 734

is long and time is fleeting. 193

is long, life is short. 494

is to conceal art, 494

it's clever, but is it^ 185

let a man exercise himself in, 647

loved, next to Nature. 188

made tongue-tied. 327

makes favour, 757

master good in every. 808

master of. their belly, 580 not§

may err, 126

nature almost lost in, 89

necessity, mistress of. 830

not chance, 251

of Qod the course of nature, 410

of healing is long, 475

of the master, not by the. 612

Rome raised not. 124

so vast is. 243

that can immortalise. 102

that commanding. 55

the belly teaches. 580

the chief thing in an. 503

the lessons of, 336

the reach of, 243

thrives most. 96

to seek fame by honourable, 569

too conspicuous, truth wanting, 697

vaunted works of. 129

weaker than necessity. 479

which all that wrought appeared
not, 345

with arms contending, 328

without art, 494
Arts advance, as the. 37

are related. 625

and eloquence, mother of. 220

cry both, and learning down, 261

divorced from truth, fall mad, 72

essayed, no. 254

Grecian. 545

home of the. 159

I have learned thy, 69

honour nourishes the. 554

knowledge of many, valuable. 569

most remote from common sense,
60

new, destroy old. 130

poverty mother of, 841

queen of. 375

quiet, 669

to cultivate the honourable, 599

to have studied the, 545

useless to their master, 549
Art§ perir§ tua. 603



Arte acena sine, 669

st'c ara deluditur, 658

tollituT malum, 610
Artem nullam, didicere, 628
Aries, didiciaae fldeliter, 565

hono8 alit, 554

militaires et imperatorisB, 609
Artful Dodger, 111

woman makes, 259
Arthritic, pangs. 98
Arthur's bosom, 2%. 751 noU
Article, for a slashing, 371

snuffed out by an, 63
Artifice de su ventura, 776
Artifice, such shallow, 110
Artificer, no one born an, 602

unwashed. 291
Artificers, industry of, 9
Artillery, heaven's great. 103

loves great. 103
Artist is the son of his time, 456

the greatest. 267
Artist's best delight, 384

skill, meaner, 121
Artistry s haunting curse. 33
Artless art. 33

Jeanie, 47
Aahestos gelds, 468
Ascend, by which he did, 303

learn 07 a mortal yearning to, 395
Asdruhale tnterempto, 623
Ash before the oak, 880
Ashamed to eat, never be, 830

to say, be not. what you are not
asnamed to think. 614

nothing so shameful as to be, 50
Ashen cold, in our. 75
Ashes, ev'n in our. 152

^lory late to our. 506

in a peaceful urn. 121

on the lips. 230

or ghosts care, do you think the.
o56

produced in a moment. 604, 699

splendid in. 26

wait, on our. 447

where once I was fire. 60
Asia Minor, populations of, untrust-
worthy, »B9
Ask and ask. we. 4

and it shall be given you, 425

better spare to have. than. 762

better, than go astray. 762

fool may. 89

he gets not business who dares not,
850

me no more. 365, 383

much (speirs miokle) they that. 868

much, they, 593

much to get little. 759

not to, 124

not who I am or was, 657

to, is to pay the highest price, 859

what they would, 264

what you have and how much, 614
Asked, it delights women to have been.
645

some object to be. 557
Asker. good, needs a good listener. 743
Asking, buying cheaper than. 764

God may be had for the. 197

is a pain, 783

lost for want of. 821

you slay me with, 623
Asks the way he knows, 889



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Asks timidly, who, 652
Asleep in Onrist, 433

we are laid, 396
Asparaffus, is cooked, more quickly
than, 703

is cooked, quicker than, 606
Aspect, such vinegar, 283
Aspen, good for staves, 344

light quivering, 270
Aaphaleia pros tuchSn, 474
Aspiration, prove an, 232
Aspirations old, 199
Aspired, what I. 32
Aspiring to a similitude of God, 8
Ass among apes, 475. 494

amons perfume, 494

an old, is never good, 756

at the lyre. 494

beautiful to an ass, 494

behind, take heed of an. 85?

by the bridle, hold the. 811

egregiousl^ an, 323

endures his burden, 755

endures the load not the overload,
859

every, loves to hear himself bray,

fable told to an. 475

give an, oats, he runs after thistles.
783

hungry, will eat any straw. 804

known by his ears, 532

live, worth more than a dead doctor.
745

may bray, 128

nicknames another " Long ears." 836

one, scratches another, 846

others' burdens kill the, 839

sharp goad for a stubborn. 748

that carries me. an, 804

the law is. 111

to each an. 494

two proud men cannot ride one. 875

virtue of an, 150

what so solemn as the, 719

when an, climbs the ladder, 879

when the prophet beats the, 27

wool from an. 475

write me down an, 280
Ass's milk, curd of, 250

tail, make a sieve of an. 835
A9$ai haata, e troppo ouatta, 773
Assail who will, the valiant attends,

759
Assay so hard, 77
Assayed, thrice he, 212
Asse carunt est, 526, 659
Assent, seemed to all. 102

with civil leer, 250
Assentatio, ilium perdidit, 549

nunc mos est, 709
Assertion is not proof, 759
Asses, do not tie up, with horses. 771

fetch the provender. 780

horse not the offspring of. 525
Asses' milk, 123
Asseveration, blustering. 96
Assigned, how sayings are, 178
Assistance, one needs another's, 489
Assistant, his own best, 274
Assotiolia, chi troppo s*. 736
Assurance double sure, make, 310

two-thirds of success. 759
Assure you. sir. I do, 282
Assyrian came down, 58



Astonishes, nothing but what, is true,

410
Astonishing beyond astonishment. 409
Astounded. I was. 623
Astra regunt homines, 691 note

sic t'tur ad, 580. 677
Astrma redus, 495
Astrologer, no uncondemned, 602
Astrologry is true, 759
Astronomer, an undevout, 410
Astronomy, devotion, daughter of. 410
Atalanta's heels, made of. 287
iltaro^a. 473
\ite. all day long they, 350

by his side. 303

into itself. 49

when we were not hungry, 352
Atheism and superstition. 855

from a little philosophy, 10

miracle not wrought for, 10

not to believe in witches, 26

on life rather than heart, 10

that practical, 343

the only, selfishness. 410

the owlet. 84
Atheist, clean. 45

half believes by night. 408

miracle never wrought to convert
an. 7
Atheists, hypocrites the real, 13

of mankind, make. 127
Atheist's laugh. 45

Athenians oonsulted after the event. 886
Athens, immortal influence of, 201

maid of. 69

owls to, 469

the eye of Greece. 220

to carry owls to, 871
Athletic fool. 4

Atkins, thank you. Mister. 186
Atlantean shoulders. 213
Atlantic was roused. 336
Atlas. Tenerifl or. 216

the demi-. 305

the disencumbered. 97
Atomies, team of little. 319
Atoms, fortuitous concourse of. 239. 541,
Atra comes, 507
Attachments, disgraceful, 695
Attainment, droops and dies noon, 104
Attempt, favour our daring, 572

fearing to. 278

further. I forbid you to. 697

go through or do not, 497

not the aeed, confounds. 309

garden my. 665
y palliate. 241
Attempts, allowance due to him who
first. 478

many things, man who, 467
Attempted, boldly, half won, 877

something done, 193

to have, is praise. 660
Attendance, to dance, 301
ilttendre. tout vient d qui sait, 776
Attention, enforce. 291
Attic bird. the. 220

poetry in an, 542

taste. 224
Attire, arrangement of their. 110

so wild in their. 308
Attorney, a special. 147

worthy of an. 268
Attorneys, injustice to, 268 not#
Attribute of heaven. 238



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Attribate to awe and majesty. 285
Anburn. sweet. 146
AuctiODeer. the Tarnishinff. 72
Auctoritas gliscit, 644
Audace, toujoura de l\ 714
Audaces fortuna juvat, 781
Audacia, plurimi eat, 562

pro muro, 495
Audacihua annue coeptis. 572
Audacity, immoderate. 564

shameless, of men. 621

Taluable in things doubtful. 562

what we require is. 714
Audacter te vendita, 495
Aude aapere, 495
Audehimua ultima, 533
Audentea fortuna o'uvat, 495
Audience and attention. 213
^ And nu 216
Audita loqui, 679
Auoenblick ergreift, der den, 733
Augury, we defy. 319
August 24th, 806
• born in. 800

dry ana warm. 378
Augustine. Saint. 8, 195

St., a child of tears, 539

no sermon without. 738. 833
Augustus, always. 672

embellisher of Rome. 698

smile, make. 251

A^J^' TL^®° ^t^'.^l waxeth cauld. 444
Aunt, If my, had been a man. 805

if my, had wheels, 805

in the country, our, 24
Aunts, cousins and his. 143
Aurea dicta, 540
Auri aacra famea, 655
Aurihua raria placere, 586



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