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what is it proud slime will not. 605

what is marvelloup we can't. 409

what the Ohuroh believes, 538

what they wish, men, 537

what thev wish, the wretched, 659

what varies, who can. 123

what we. we imagine all believe. 646

what we wish. 127

will not. until I have read it. 610

you have it, and you have. 510
Believed, I know whom I have. 669

never half. 15

through fear, 706

what has always been. 660
Believers, he will get. 349

quick, need broad shoulders. 843
Believer's ear. 236
Believes all. he that. 793

his own. each. 243

less, who knows much, 797

thing that nobody, 328
Believing hath a core. 36

luxury of. 155

where we cannot prove. 366
BelisariuB. give an obolus to. 614
Bell, a wooden. 873

as a sullen. 294

each matin. 85

God comes without a. 783

inscription. Latin. 757

kirk-hammer struck the. 41

let him alone with the saint's. 783

rings, all there when the. 791

sexton tolled the, 169

silence that dreadful. 323

strikes one. 406

the church-going, 101

the yesper. 73

tolled by an earthquake. 364
Bells, angels' music. 161

call others to church, 760

have kneeled, 286

jangled, sweet, 315

ring out, wild. 367

ringeth to evensonge, 157

sweet the sound of village. 168

the church's artillery, 733

those evening, 231

those village, 100



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BeUs. toU. deep, 167

you can't nng the. and go In pro-
cession, 888
Fella/ horrida hellat 498
BeUaque matrihua detestata, 595
Belle, vain to be a, 200
Bellerophon, letters of, 578
Bellerophonte meltor, 627
BeUica siona, 536
Bellies' sake, for their. 223
Bellman, the fatal, 309
Bello, nulla $alu8, 617
Belly, army goes on its. 460

full, neither flgrhts nor flies well. 742

srross does not produce refined mind,
778

has no ears, 745

hath no ears, 853

mortals ffiven np to the. 594

vilest of oeasts is the. 481

whose God is their, 434
Bellyful's a bellyful, 7^9
Bellum omnium in omnea, 573

multis utile, 551

pax ruTBumt 559
Belongs to them, when all men hare

what, 879
Beloved after his death, 699

is above all bargains, 871
Below us. things, are nothing to us, 645
Bench, great on the. 48
Benches, fools sit on, 780
Bend, best to, while it is a twig, 760

better, than break. 762

I, and do not break, 718

not break, 540
Bends, when it. it breaks, 880
Bendemeer's stream, 230
Bene vult, 603

Benedicite. the god of love, and, 78
Benedick, 8t.. sow thy pease, 845

the married man, 279
Benediction, perpetual, 402

the greater, 9
Benefice, dreams he of another, 320
Beneficence, man the slave of, 823
Beneficent as strong, 397

he is, who is kind for the sake of
others, 499
Bcneficium accipere, 499

qui dedit, taceat, 649
Benefit cannot be conferred on the un-
willing, 499

cited, becomes an offence, 730

others, that I may, 700

to accept a. is to sell liberty, 499

worthy obliges all men, 499
Benefits beyond requital excite hatred,
499

conferred, return of, 656

please when fresh, 760

to the evil are dangerous, 583

too great, 153

we write upon the wave, 185
Benjamin's mess, 411
Benevolence, that lamp of sane, 209
Bequests, charitable. 548
Bereave, naught can me, 375
Berkeley Bishop. 63 note

Bishop, said there was no matter, 63

coicombs vanquish. 24
Bermoothes still vexed. 276
Bernard, St., 822

St.. on priests' evil life, 818
Beroaldus'i opinion, 48



Berries harsh and crude, 223

two lovely, 282
Berry, Ood could have made a better

382
Bertha span, the time when, 735
Beseeching or besieging, 216
Besier than he was. seemed. 75
Bess, image of good Queen, 171
Beaser ist hesaer, 760

Bitter aU Knecht, 882
Best, all for the. in the best of all pos-
sible worlds. 730

better, in one general, 327

choose what is, 629

folks hae done their, 44

He gives the, 175

he is safe that does his, 96

his circumstances allow, 406

is bad, our. 29

is best, 760

is best cheap, 760

is cheapest, 766

may err, 1

may slip, 243

not to seem, but to be, 476

of bad, take the, 104

of friends fall out, 170

of what we do and are, 397

out of the worst, 29

she did her, 103

that has been said and thought. 6

thing Qod invents, 31

things are nearest, 211

things corrupted. 108

thought all for the, 321

who of the worst can make the. 90
Bestower of kindness should be silent,

649
Besy a man, nowher so, 75
Bet, better at a. 64

he would, which one would fly flrst,
82
Beten und Arheiten, 842
Betimes, up, 288

Betray, sweetest when they would, 120
Betrayed, by ourselves, 90

not conquered, 694

too early, 55
Betrayer betrayed, 732
Betrogene Betriioer, 732
Betrothed, betrayer, and betrayed, 274
BetteUack ist hodenlos, 760
Better could have spared a better man,
294

course, I approve; I follow the
worse, 706

every, night be best. 377

for, for worse. 438

fortune may follow, 540

{rrows to bad, 786
f you know anything, 676
is better, 869
is enemy of well. 869
no one can be. 528
no. than you should be, 832
not to be, 59
striving to, 306
than they aeem, men, 131
th^ lustre of the. 301
things, let us follow, 591
to be left. 91
to sit still. 269

with me, things were never. 619
Betters, give place to your, 513. 783
what is best, 396



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Betting:, bargaininfr f&ce, 135
Beverage, but the flowing streanu no^

375
Bevy of fair women, 218
Bewails himself, he that, 793
Beware, farewell and, 650

of man, 244

of marked men. 504

of the doe. 504
Bewilder, leads to, 20
Bewildered some are. 243
Bezonian, under which king, 295
Bias, saying of. 475
Bibamus, moriendum eat, 509
Bihat, aut, aut aheat, 588
Bihendi, causao sunt quinque, 674
Bible, an inarticnlate, 72

bat litel on the. 76

of 52 leaves, 765

Society. Oarlyle on, 70

the b^ ha'. 42

true, knows her. 95
Bibles laid open. 161
Bibliois, en toia gegraptai, 467
Biblion meaa, 474
Bidding, delay not to do my, 598

he that does, 794

thousands at his, 224

to her, she could bow, 272
Bides, well, well betides. 877
Bien perdu, bten connu, 865
Bier, upon his watery. 223
Bigot, a, 121

brood, faced the, 385

no blinder, 96
Bigots of the iron time. 271
Bigot's rage, 150
Bigotry murders religion. 89
Bilboes to be married. 135
Bile, as the liver secretes, 70

not a, 24
Bill of company. 354

of fare, the, 140

of fare, to tempt me. 354
Bills, his weekly. 61

of charges, 10
Billee. little, 372
Billing and cooing. 17

and cooing, season of. 35
Billingsgate compliments. 457

language described. 337

talk, 721
Billow, swelling and limitless. 86
Bind, fast, fast find, 778, 845

in body and in soul can, 272

safe, safe find. 379, 845
Biographies, history the essence of, 7
Biography. Carlyle on, 70

the only history. 130
Bios hrachust 475

hSdistos, 471

trochos, 473
Bipeds, the proud, 340
Birch, most ladylike of trees, 197

tree of knowledge, now a. 169
Bird, a rare, 661

cries too late when taken. 812

early, catches the worm, 856

fall in vour mouth. 888

flies to its own. 488

forlorn, 167

her solemn, 215

I think I hear a little. 62

indefatigable, 341

In my bosom. 804



Bird in net better than a hundred ty-
ing, 739

In the hand, 739

knows nothing of gladness. 204

Uke a. 466

loves to hear himself sing. 771

must hatch her own egg. 773

of every, its language. 195

of the air shall carry the voice. 419

old, not caught with chaff, 756

or devU! 242

say so. I heard the little^ 458

such, such song, 646

sweet, 35

take any, and put it in a case, 77

that bewrays its own nest. 810

that can sing and won't. 854

that flies about. 93

that fouls its own nest. 810

that shunn'st the noise. 221

the happiest, 394

the household. 119

thinks its own nest charming. 773

to scare, is not the way to catch, 871

whom man loves best, 394
Birds, arms, and love. 876

as the old, sang. 865

charm of earliest. 215

do. as the. 209

in last year's nest. no. 193

in their little nesU. 386

of a feather. 763

of prey do not flock together, 763

old, hard to plucky 835

outside cages despair of getting in,
716

over the boughis, 127

ready cooked do not fly, 763

rhymes as to. 464

sleeping in feather-beds. 168

somewhere the, are singing, 195

song, by the, 368

time of the singing of, 419

two, with one stone, 562, 814, 872

will sing at dawn. 26

without despair to get in. 388
Birdes. the Uttle, 157
Birdie, rest a little longer. 363
Birretta in mano, 767
Birmingham, button-maker at. 89
Birth and ancestry not of our own
making, 596

and title. 88

beauty, good shape. 301

bestow, what can. 126

death as natural as. 9

great, sometimes makes mean
minds, 615

is but a sleep and a forgetting. 402

much, breeding more. 763

nothing but death begun. 408

nothing where virtue is absent, 720

royal, accidental. 544

some glory in their, 327

sudden and portentous, 270

the region of his. 226

the story of her. 2

this monstrous. 323

we should lament at a. 696
Birth's invidious bar, 366
Birthdays, how do you number your. S97
Birthplace, moan for their. 159
Birthright of mankind to die, 37S

our rule and, 41

sold his, 360



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Bia dat qui eito dat, 499. 790

dat qui dat celeriter, 566

vinctt qui se vincit, 499
Biscay. O ! in the bay of. 78
Biscay's sleepless bay. 51
Biscuit, the remainder, 286
Biscuits, captain's. 112
Bishop. doK looks at a. 740

of srold. staff of wood. 763

then mast be blameless. 435

unwilling to be. 609

well and woe is him that is kin to a.
877

who bathed twice a day. 12
Bishops, bench of heedless. 332

I don't like, 117

like. what. 337
Bishop's prayer, amen to a. 27
Bishopricjc. let another take. 430
Bismarck, sayings of. 452

thinks he has as. 734
Bit. a golden, does not better the horse.

743
Bite, fools, wise men agree. 780

him not by the lip. 869

if you cannot. 806

lick before they. 824
Biter, bit, 854
Bites, dog which, does not bark in vain.

766
Biting and scratching. Scots' folks'
wooing. 763

is immortal, 305
Bitter as coloQuintida. 323

before ripe, 605

can spring up. 73

In joy's fount, 51

in mouth, spits not sweet, 885

to endure, sweet to remember. 839

who has never tasted, knows not
sweet, 885
Bitterness, in the gall of. 430

of the heart, subdue, 732

of things. 402, 404
Blab, a, is a scab, 7%
Blabbing eastern scout, 222
Black and proud. 464, 777

but not the devil. 804

eyes and lemonade, 230

heavens with. 297

is death, 464

Is white, 341

it stood as night. 213

lusty. 463

man, from a. keep thy wife. 887

man's a jewel in a fair woman's eye.
740

serviceable suit of, 30

slaves, five and thirty, 383

will take no other hue, 763

with tarnished gold, 132
Blacks, two, do not make a white, 875
Black's not so black. 68
Blackamoor, you cannot wash white,

888
Blackberries, and pluck. 27

plenty as. 293
Blackbird, the. 209
Blackbirds full of. 3
Blackburne, Mr., one also from, 240
Blackens the water about him, 3
Blacker than they are, crows reported,

855
Blackfriars Bridge, 109
Blackguards both. 62



Blackness of darkness. 436

of the frown of God. 385
Blacksmith beyond his hammer. 599 not9
Bladders, swim on. 300
Blade a care-defying, 42

on its, 231

the trenchant, 49
Blades, Spanish, 320

your own good. 271
Blame at night, 244

careless of. 264

cruel in ill fortune, 511

do not, or praise yourself, 603

do not what you, 645

first the default to. 190

for not finding fault. 676

I have avoided. 709

in part to, 226, 238

nurse of, 327

safer than praise, 130

teasing with. 56

the laxy man's wages, 763

themselves to be praised. 826
Blamed and protested, 101

but never shamed, truth. 874

but not shamed, 151

not shamed, 763

the living man, 4
Blameless life. a. 96
Blaming, be sparing in. 632
Blanc, du, au noir, 717
Blandishments, soft, 339
Blank, a. to be deplored, 550

an universal. 214

my lord, a, 289
Blasphemed his gods, 252
Blasphemes his feeder. 223
Blasphemous to dispraise. 207
Blasphemy a hateful form of cleverness,

flat. 279
'mad with. 362
Blast of that dread horn, 270

upon his bugle horn, one, 271
Blasts, howling, drive devious. 102
Blastments, contagious. 312
Blaze, burst out into sudden. 223

of noon, 220
Blazon, this eternal, 313

wrought of centuries. 357
Bleed the many to enrich the few. 332
Bleeding, he hated, 45
Blemishes, read not my. 305
Blend, never to. our pleasure, 395
Bless nim that to book set. 190
Blessed are the valiant. 72

be nothing. 763

desirous to be. 317

do above, what the, 381

he who has found his work. 72

him, nobody, 341

I have been. 54

it is twice. 285

in every respect, nothing. 604

in thee alone. 21

is he that blesseth thee. 411

none, before his death, 423
Blessedness, in single. 282
Blessest, whom thou, is blessed. 411
Blessing, a double. 312

a hateful. 633

and a name unstained. 377

and cursing, out of the same mouth.
436

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Bleatlnv. God's rarc«i. 210

I had moci need of. 309

money cannot buy. 382

on the man who iOTented sleep. 348

road on which, comes. 87

shall haUow. 269
Blessincs are plentiful. 161

breaks in. 94

brighten as they Uke their flight.
407

fall thick in. 301

hold its many, dear. 398

melt into showers of. 380

no. last for ever. 618

scattered. 2

wait on rirtnons deeds, 91

we embrace ctIIb as. 664
Blest, as it blesses. 246

as they, who so. 341

by all their country's wishes, 88

for ever, 228
Bleste be the man that spares these

stones, 445
Blind, among the. 20S

apparent even to the. 702

bard (Homer). 87

better be half, than hare both eyes
out. 746

better be. than to see ill. 762

oat not. though the winks. 869

he that is struoknn. 319

horse is hardiest. 885

horse, mettle dangerous in a. 826

in his ain cause, every man s. 776

in the land of the. 809

leaders of the blind, 426

leading of the blind. 51

man is a poor man. 196

man may catch a hare. 740

man not a Judge of colour, 502

man to do with a mirror, what has
a. 653

man showing the way. 580

man's holiday, 764

man's wife, 854

mare, no horse so blind as. 832

men. all through life. 734

men can Judge no colours. 764

men, in their own cause. 826

mouths. 223

myself am. 247

none so. as those that will not see.
834

one-eyed king among the. 755

steps, guiding. 502

to fall, to make the. 48

too. to have desire to see. 370

▼ery, who cannot see the sun. 792

why pups are born. 502

with too much light. 206
Blinder than a trebly-bandaged mole. 64
Blinding light. 236
Blindness, first born of excess. 57

of heart. 437

which men name seeing. 4
Bliss, fairy dreams of. 55

all indistiQctly apprehend a. 73

bathe in. 380

dream of perfect. 19

had given all other, 363

in some bright world. 90

is ther betwix hem two, 7S

man looks at his own. 384

mortal, wretched. 592

of e'en a moment, 15



Bliss repay, moment mar, 67

sharp ending to their. 233

source of all my. 147

still bordering on woe. 44

suoceesour to worldly. 75

to perpetual. 190

unknown, aspires to. 4

winged hours of. 65
Blister, growth but a. 161
Blockhead, bookful. 244
Blocks, yon stones. 302
Blood, ancient but ignoble. 247

and iron. 358

and Judgment so well eomminded.
316

be on us. 428

besmeared with. 212

bile, don't your. 24

compact sealed in. 562

drink hot. 317

eloquent. 119

gentle. 274. 345

glories of our. 334

good, cannot lie. 785

gOTcrnanoe of. 356

ruiltless of his country's. ISl

he'd wash his hands in. 27

innocent. 421

U the life. 412

my own fflesh and]. 643

no caste in. 4

of a British man. 306

of an the Howards. 247

of Ohrlstians is as seed. 672

of what profit is ancient. 683

old man to have had so much. 310

older the. less the pride, 861

our feud atone, 271

out of a stone, 888

outworths a noble's. 300

rushing forth in. 56

sheddeth man's. 411

stained with ignoble. 535

such impetuous, 395

the hey-day in the. 317

the old. is bold blood. 387

the Ue of. 184

thicker than water. 764

to stir men's. 304

voice of. 3

wash this, clean. 309

weltering in his. 125

will have blood. 341
Bloody thouffhts, to have. 276
Blossom. whUe the tree is in. 116
Blossoms so fair and tender. 136
Blot, art to. 251

blackens every, 368

dying he could wish to. 200

no blot, unless hit. 740

what they discreetly. 381
Blotted it out for ever. 348
Blow, a knock-down, 143

a signal, 408

and swallow, not easy at same time,
678

at one. 698

bugle, blow. 364

every hand that dealt the. 66

first, worth two. 857

foreseen is lighter. 640

grieve down this. 88

life for a. 368

on whom I please. 886

one sound, will undo all. 838



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Blow, reserve the master-. 844

the second, makes the fray. 863

thy swashiofi:. 319
Blows are unkind. 887

beast that goes always, never wants.
853

best, he that, 793

fall heavy, 887

from words to. 210

improve a Phrygrian, 636

o' both sides. 136
Blown, no sooner. 225
Bliicher's comment on London. 736
Bine, a bite for. 747

above and bine below, 260

deeply, beautifnlly. 62. 341

drink till all is. 771

eyes too expressive to be. 5

prreenest of thinips. 355

is true, 464

most unholy. 229

the burning. 32

till all look. 138

vault, the, 95
Blue-bottle fly. like a. 17
Blunder, still you find this. 232

twice, to, not allowed in war. 499
Blunders, one of Nature's agreeable. 9/

their vain, 20
Blundered, someone had. 365
Blunderer is sturdy. 94
Blush, a document does not. 505

a maiden. 320

at being thought sincere. 409

because they understand, 352

better a. than a spot on the heart, 760

that virgin fears impart. 95

to find it fame. 251

to give it in, 65

unseen, to. 151

where is thy, 317
Blushes, a young man that. 451

bear away tnose, 280

man that, not quite a brute, 409

who, is guilty, 729
Blushed a sweet consent, 47

as he gave it in, 348

saw its God and, 103
Blushing apparitions. 280

virtues colour. 764
Bluster, sputter, question, 405
Blut ist dicker aU Wasser, 764
Boar, a. in the waves, 517
Board, a hospitable, 400

consumes more than the sword. 854

to live at another's, 489

wages, scorn it as we do. 58
Boars. I kill, another enjoys the tit-hits/
625

two. in one cover. 562
Boast, great, small roast. 787

not thyself of to-morrow. 417
Boaster, great, little doer. 787

produce, what will thin, 654
Boasters, ye deedless, 256
Boasting ends, dignity begins. 409
Boat is on the shore, 60
* Boats, little, must keep the shore, 819

upon the river, 240
Boatman, take O. thrice thy fee, 456
Boca de meh 828
Boccaccio, 77 note
Bode, what should that, 280
Bodies are buried in peace, 424

friendless, of unburied men. 388



Bodies grow quickly, 510

little, have great souls, 819
without mind are as statues, 467

Bodily presence is weak, 434

punishment greater than monetary,
628

Bodkin, with a bare. 315

Bodleian Library. 20

Bodley, Sir T., 13

Body, beautiful, passionate. 355
every, subject to change, 624
feeble, makes weak mind. 730

fets its sop. 31
keep under my. 433

indulge the, so far as necessary for
health. 510

lean, make his, 76

moist unpleasant. 111

more dressed than the soul. 854

not mere, without soul, 615

our vile, 434

patch up thine old. 295

politic, dies from birth, 722

sickly, sickly mind, 749

so young a, 284

strength of, 649 '

suffers, soul profits by what. 210

the closr of his. 139

the socket of the soul. 402 note

weighs down the soul, 656

weighted by vices, depresses the
mind. 510

well-filled, does not believe in hun-
ger, 750

without a soul. 510
BoDotia, born in foggy. 500
Bo^thius. 73 note, 77 note
Bog, the Serbonian, 213
Bohemia, the coast of. 37
Boil at different degrees. 129

like a pot. to. 4i4

thy pot. will help to. 393
Boiling, one pot sets another, 838
Boils, watched pot never. 876
Botre. apriB compter fault, 752
Bokes, a twenty, clad in black and

red, 74
Bold, bad man. 300. 344

be not too. 346

begin, be, 93
Bolde, be, 345
Bolder, nothing, than they when

caught. 605
Boldest held his breath. 66
Boldness, a child of ignorance. 10

an ill keeper of promise. 10

be my friend. 307

empty, 161

in civil business, 10

praiseworthy, though it fails. 660

respective, 161

to the public man, 14
BoUngbroke, 70
Bolt, fasten the. 639
Bomhalio, clangor, 500
Bombast he lays aside, 643
Bombastes, meet, face to face. 263
Bon, pour itre asset, tl faut I'Hre trop,
871

temps viendra, 866
Bona a tergo formoti$8ima, 786

notahilta, 500

mea mecum porto, 626 not0

peritura, 500
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Bond, a written, requested. 675

I will have my, 284

let him look to his. 284

nominated in the. 61, 285

of man and wife, not the. 369
Bonds again, into, 102

he loves his, 162

that all men share, 239
Bondage, disguise our. 231

eternity in, 1

in mastery. 539

my long, is passed. 635

which is freedom, 329
Bondman, would be a. 303
Bondsmen, bad men are, 477

hereditary, 52
Bone and skin, 51

as curs mouth a, 79

bred in the. 877

he that gives a, 795

in my arm, 804

in the leg. 877

nearer the, sweeter the flesh, 861

tongue breaketh the, 864
Bones are marrowless, tny, 309

broken, IM

curst be he that moves my, 445

dogs gnaw, 771

for his honoured, 225

for late-comers. 673

full of dead men's, 428

I may tell all my. 414

interred with their, 303

mocked the dead. 299

old man is a bed full of, 756

over the stones. 236

pick the bishop's. 341

rest gently, may his, 591

Bit in m^, 337

the mane, 75

to lay his weary, 301

to those who arrive late, 690

worn him to the, 322

you shall not even have my. 565
Bon-mote, plucking. 232
lionis avibus, 500
Bonny white steed, 272
Jionum esse cum bonist, 501
Booby, bought of a, 144

for another, her, 141
Book, a beggars, 300

a common-place, 139

a friend that never deceives, 731

a good, 226

a great, a great evil, 474

a little, 89

a man behind the, 131

a religious, or friend, 404

abridgment of a good, is stupid, 730

all very fine in a, 714

beware of the man of one, 504

borrow, who doth this, 466

containing such vile matter, 321



every a^e hath its, 466
fed me in a very hungr:,
po forth, my little. 399



fed me in a very hungry place, 82



Half a library to make one, 1

hypercritical as to another's.

in breeches. 337

inscriptions. 466

is made word by word, 887

kill a {rood, 226

man of one, 554

may be amusing, 149

my. often in your hands. 582



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559



Book, no dotibt in this. 466

not made my, it has made me. 718

no, unprofitable, 604

no worse thief than a bad. 833

O for a, and a shady nook, 443

of books, 162

of Nature ever open. 373

of Nature, the, 169

old. 148

only read, perhaps, by me. 394

opens, as a. 485

read none, not a year old. 129

reader makes the. 130

sad fate of a lent. 729

sette. that hym to, 190

sinner who steals this. 466

tear the, 542

that mine adversary had written a.
414

the best of friends, 377

the hotch-potch of our. 653

the, moves to laughter and teaches
to Uve, 624

the sacred, 96

this, is one thins, 466

to pore upon a, Z81

who runs may read, 183

woe to him who reads but one, 887

world recognises me in my, 730

written down, 21

YOU speak like a. 731
Booke. bereft me of my. 78
Books, a crowd of. distracts. 521

a good supply of. 679

a house fuD of. 189

a prodigal in. 209

affects all. 50

amongst, like fire in the heather, 730

and friends should be few and good,
764 •

and many. 93

are a substantial world. 396

are men of higher stature, 28

are the shrine. 13

authority from others'. 281

bear him up. 263

borrowers of. 187

by which printers have lost, 139

cannot always please, 103

cannot learn men. 114

careless of, 394

children, leisure, 342

choose as companions. 90

converse with my. 586

counsel of. 759

deep versed in. 220

delight was all in. 102

follow sciences. 13

gentleman is not in your. 279

great. 89
ave their fates. 646
his knowledge of. 332
in the running brooks. 286
know ourselves beyond all. 106
leisure without, is death. 630
lie closed. 259
like proverbs. 360
lineaments of Gospel. 335
medicine of the soul. 472
my best friends my. 93
my friends, my loves. 191
my only, 229

no furniture so charming. 337
not harmony, but how good, 614
of making many, there ik no end. 419



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