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of the old writers. 622

of yore. 118

out of old, 77

popped on the, 109

qalet. friendship. 373

quit your. 400

rather than men. 13

sepalchres of thought. 194

should to one of four ends conduce.
108

sleep over. 80

so many, 4

strip others', to stuff their own. 504

teaon very little. 149

that could engage their childhood.
101

the best advisers. 629

the best companions, 135

theories out of. 365

they praise those, but read these,
574

throueh the sea of. 274

time for putting away, 626

to be tasted. 11

to men. want of. 398

unhealthy. 606

which are no books, 188

will speak plain. 10. 629 note

wisdom flows through, 472

wiser grows without his. 100

work or healthful play. 386

world itself could not contain the.
430
Book's a book. 58
Boor, baffled by a, 121
Boot, a dapper. 367
Boots, his di'mond. 17

not in these. 465

who dares this pair of, 263
Booted and spurred to ride. 203

are not always ready. 868
Bo-peep, as if they started at. 163
Bore, every hero a. 131

intense, a. 144

old hereditary. 265

the, the only bad species of man-
hood. 730
Bores and bored, 64

have succeeded dragons. 115

rank has its. 115
Boreas, cease, rude. 348
Bored, one must know how to be. 716

with good wine. 115
Boredom brother to repose, 723
Borgen thut nur einmal wohl, 764
Born er fattig Manda Rigdom, 766
Born, as soon as. I wept, 758

as soon as, man begins to die, 758

else, wherefore, 368

every moment one is. 363

for himself, no one. 603

for immortality. 400

for ourselves, not. 613

for virtue, but without it, 598

in these latter days. I rejoice to
be. 641

never was, 351

none lives as poor as he is, 603

not completely, till dead. 138

not properly, till flood, 113

not with whom, but with whom
bred, 763

nothing was, 360

of a Monday, fair in face. 464



Born once, once must die. 746

oat of my due time. 234

question how 'tis, 289

the fourth day after new moon, 648

to be, a misery, 597

to consume the fruits of earth, 616

to fail. 236

to save or damn, 238

we cry when, 307

well, well-dressed. 498

wept when I was. 804

what ailed thee to be. 356

when, we begin to die. 597

where, matters less than how to
live. 813

wherever, he would have made his
fortune. 560

who ne'er was. 258
Borne down by the flying. 269
Bomer, qui ne aait ae. 728
Borough, anybody's rotten. 168
Borrow, live within our means even if
we have to, 25

none so poor but one may. 717

not so good to. as to be able to lend,
834

quick to. slow to pay. 378

some, try to. 138. B07

the men who. 187

to know what money is, 887
Borrowed, is soon sorrowed. 827

money, may it torment him. 693

pieces, become his own. 723

thing, a mere, 180
Borrower, bettered by the. 226

nor a lender, neither a, 312

servant to the lender. 417
Borrowers must be no choosers, 760

of books, 187
Borrowing, building and, 764

goeth a. goeth a sorrowing. 378

or robbery. 208

thrives but once, 764

who goes a-. 138, 795

who Ukes, bUl
Bob in lingua, 501

locutus est, 501
BoBca de mel, coraQao de fel, 744
Boscawen family motto, 727
Bosom bare, with my. 338

come to my. 47

her virgin. 395

in an aged. 241

of his father. 152

pluck it from my, 362

rest in this. 229

weight, the. 403
. went in. 17

Bosoms, come home to men's, 11
Bosom's lord. my. 322
Boston, solid men of. 233

State-house. 166
Boston's a hole, 32
Boswell, 150 note

Carlyle on. 70
BoBwelliana, Luob, 202
Boswellism. 201

Botschaft, die hdr ich wohl, 733
Bottel. who first invented this leathern,

442
Bottea, d propoB de, 713
Bottle, a little for the. 109
I on the chimley-pieco, 112

the webbed. 210
Bottom, bless thee. 282



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Bottom, if Ton cannot see the, 806
Bouche et te cuillier, entre la, 867
Boudier's epitaph, 717
Bough, father to the, 856
Boagrhs, short, long yintaee. 847

that bear most hang lowest, 854
Boaght is cheaper than a gift, 880

never to be. 247

wit worth roost. 887
BouU, en nukti, 848
Boulctai, ho, hekastos, oietai, 475
Bounce, fire and smoke and. 290
Bound, a child can beat a man who
is. 544

and thrall. 269
Boundaries, geographical. 343

there are certain fixed, 528
Boundless better, boundless worse, 360
Bounds, from vulgar, 243

of space and time, 152

once overgone, 104
Bounteous to a vice, 124
Bounties, to spread large, 232
Bountiful, lady, 131
Bounty. 26

boundless as the sea. 320

large was his, 152

more merit is in your, 314

no winter in his. 305

which consists in work. 499
Bourbon or Nassau claim higher. 259
Bourding. many sooth words spoken in.

868
Bourgeois, an epithet. 157
Bourn, from whose. 315
Bou8 epi oloatS, 469
Bout, many a winding, 221
Boutique, adieu la, 713
Bow, always stretched, will break, 506

as unto the, the cord is, 195

at a venture, 413

in his very, 63

straining breaks the. 493

two strings to your, 789

two strings unto our, 80

who can scape his, 162
Bows not to him. who. 58
Bowed and bowed and bowed, 171
Bowels of compassion, 436
Bower, born in a. 19
Bowl that sparkled, 265
Bowling's opinion, Tom, 338
Bowls, who play at, most expect rub-
bers. 869
Bowstring of my spirit, 65
Box, a pouncet, 293

in the wrong. 888

on the ear, to give a great lubber
a, 749

where sweets compacted lie, 162
Boxes, account of empty, 322
Boy, a changeable, 662

a good, 293

a happy box, 257

and man, space between, 182

dearest, dearest, 394

eternal, to be, 289

every, and every gal, 144

of a hundred tricks. 505

playing on the seashore, 236

purolind. wayward. 281

than when I was a. 169

the growing, 402
Boys and maids. 707 nots

are boys. 687



Boys, few, are bom with talent*. 101
how rude are the. 386
only two sorts of. 111
read it as one thing. 489
tallest of, 17
the morning cheats, of their sleep.

three merry, 135

who would not be a. 52

will be boys. 157. 764

with a mob of, 101

wooing in my. 92

would hang about me. 266
Boyhood, angelic, Satanic old age. 751
Boyhood s years. 231
Boyish days, even from my, 322
Brabourne. Lord, 461
Brachia contra torrentem, 557
Brade. hotter, and sheese. 787
Bradford. John. 459
Bradshaw bullied. 23
Brae, if a man's gaun doun the, 879
Brag's a good dog, 764
Bragging-time was over. 236
Brahmin, hope for e'en the. 372
Brain, a plodding, 58

chambers of the, 264

coinage of your. 317

errors in the, 95

if the, sows not corn. 805

intoxicate the. 243

it might injure the. 118

like madness in the. 86

my heart beat in my, 27

of feathers, 252

that cobweb of the, 49

that such a form should have no, 622

the heatK>ppressed, 309

the weeds and tares of my own. 26

too finely wrought, 81

visionary, 166

volume of my, 313

written troubles of the, 310
Brains, cudgel thy. 318

enough to make a fool of himself.
349

fat bodies, lean. 137

fumbles for his. 95

I abhor, 187

ill-fed, J44

mix with, 457

more guts than, 790

nisrhtly racking of the. 80

only candlegreaoe. 36

rheumatic. 143

taken out and buttered, 278

thy lack of, 79

to steal away their, 323
Bran. much, little meal, 828

to God, 882
Branches of the tree, rarely into the, 73
Brand him who will. 273

plucked out of the fire, 422
Brandy and water. 155

Latin for a goose, 133 note
Brandy-punchy feeling, 165
Branksome Hall, the custom of, 272
Brass, arrogant, 384

evil manners live in. 301

more lasting than, 488

polished, passes better than rough
gold, 78

recording, 97

sounding, or a tinkling cymbal, 433
Braut, weinende» lachend^jfrau^ 864



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Brare born of tne brare, 541
bravest of the. 57
days of old, 202
die never, 15
fortune favours the, 781

generous and, 348
fod helps the, 496

hearts and clean, 369

how sleep the, 22, 88

in prosperity, 662

live on, 276

man is not he, 16

man struggling, 253

man's peer, 35/

men, 2Z5

men, live as, 658

men lived before Agamemnon, 711

mind, sign of a, 297

necessity makes the timid, 830

none but the, 125

only can forgive. 348

pity of the, 109

requiems to the, 109

that are no more, 101

the, may fall, but not yield, 541

the un forgotten, 54

the unreturning, 52

the virtuous, 1

thought, because afraid to run
away, 849

to-morrow to be. 4

to the, every land is his own. 625
Braveliest bear her scorns. 23
Bravely to do and suffer, 529
Braver the man, the more fortunate. 690
Bravery, as much by, as wisdom. 689

never out of fashion. 372

with all her, 220
Bravest fall before cowards, 605
Brawls disturb the street, 386

led the. 15J
Brazen throat of war, 218
Breach, imminent deadly. 322

once more into the, 296
Bread, all, not baked in one oven, 753

all sorrows less with, 754

alone, shall not live by, 425

and butter, glad to eat, 868

and butter, smell of, 56

and butter, went on cutting, 372

and the circus games. 523

another's costs dear, 757

at home better than meat abroad
771

at pleasure. 764

distressful, 2%

each day brings its, 771

eaten, is forgotten, 772

every day brings its. 773

forced to ask his, 255

rrief 8 with, are less. 753

ne asked for, 388

he that has teeth has not, 795

he took the, 119

if his son ask, 425

in one hand, in the other a stone, 490

in sorrow ate, who ne'er his. 191

is buttered, which side my, 804

men chew not when they have no,
826

never touch, 191

no bad. to hunger, 804

one half-pennyworth of, 293

secure of, 124

•hoold be so dear, that, 169



Bread, the bitter. 292

the stall of life, 363

this buying of, undoes us, 668

to eat your white, first. 871

to the full. eat. 411

we know the. 186

with eyes, cheese without. 764
Break, fearing to. you break. 542

her spirit. I'd. 45

it now. if she should. 316

oft we. 316

the roaring main. 249

what is bruised, small strength will,
589
Breaker may recede. 201
Breakfast, a good, 740

did this morning eat. 71

here, one doth but. 446

makes good memory. 722

then to. 300

wholesome, hungry. 382
Breast, a troubled. 238

arm th' obdnred. 213

his own accuser in his. 143

rugged the, 16

secret in his. 5

there's somewhat on my. 18

to soothe a savage. 91

told but to her mutual, 68

trembles in the, 227

two hands upon the. 103
Breasts, they bore within their. 7
Breastplate, what stronger. 297
Breastie. what a panic's in thy, 4]
Breath, a moment's. 106

borne away with every. 57

can make them, 146

first, beginning of death. 857

glad even to draw. 235

Has produced, a breath can destroy,
^8

keep your, to cool your porridge. 814

like oauler air. 210

long draw. 233

made by a. 363

mayst resume my. 56

one man's, another's death. 878

revives him. a. 251

spare, to cool your pottage. 850

while there is. there is hope. 883

wilfully corrupted. 174

with bated. 283
Breathe in that fine air. 370

while I. I hope. b'^A
Breathers of an ampler day, 367
Breathes must suffer who, 258

there the man, with soul, 272
Breathing, quiet, 182

soft and low, 169
Bred, best, have the best portion. 853
Breech, a riven, 793

scratch my, 846
Breeches, black velvet, 23

pocket, hands out of his,' 63

were blue. 86, 340
Breed, men of a little. 367
Breeding, gude, and siller, 788

to snow your, 334
Breeze bears health, every. 175

mildly and soft the western. 271

say to the. 266

the western cooling. 243
Breitmann. Hans, gife a barty. 191

Srentford, two kings of. 98
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Brethren, all ye are» 427

each to his, 184
Brevem esse oporteU 575
Breviaire, matidre de, 725
Brevii esse lahoro, 501

si oravis, 675
Brevity, a need of, 528

is the soul of wit, 313, 7C4

nothing pleases so much as, 764

what is said with, 656
Brew, as I, BO I must drink. 758

as they, so let them bake or drink,
76h

well, if yon, 806
Brewed, let him drink as he has, 816
Briareus, he appears, 469
Bribe, neither, nor lose thy right, 830

the glittering. 175

too poor for a. 153

will ent«r without knocking, 740
Bribes, all love, 190

force of. add to force of merit. 79

glory without, 605

their Christian name, 190
Bribery, a nrincely thieving, 190
Bric-a-brac nunting. 82
Bric-a-bracker, a, 82
Bricks, many can make. 823

when the tale of, is doubled. 512, 881
Brickwork, mellow, 361
Bridal favours stowed away. 371

of the earth and sky, 162
Bride, a captive and not a. 705

bonny, soon buskit, 740

encounter darkness as a, 279

fair, soon busked, 741

goes, when the young, 159

hath paced. 85

lead her like a, 341

on whom the sun doth shine, 163

?)assionle8S, 363
he lovely. 384

the sun snines on, 789

weeping, laughing wife, 864
Brides, is Venus odious to, 529

tears of, 529
Bridegroom, fresh as a, 293
Brider le cheval par la queue, 872
Bridesmaid, a happy. 370
Bridge and stream, between, 567. 590

for a retreating enemy. 453

of gold {or silver). 822

of sighs, 53

till you are over the, 770

which carries you over, 842
Bridges. John, 350

made for wise men to walk over.
764
Bridgnorth election, 754
Brief as woman's love. 316

I labour to be. 501

whatever you teach, be, 656

which I bought. 144
Briers. hoW full of, 285
Brigade, boys of the old. 387

with cold cascade. 145
Bright and fierce and fickle. 364

John. 461

must fade, 231

only, that shines bv himself, 792

side, look at the. 820

too beautiful, 35

with excessive. 214

without spot. o8
Brightness, a brief, 241



brightness, clothed with tranaoendent.

211

her original, 212

my native, 219
Brightest stiU the, 231
Brine au second rang, qui, 728
Brilliancy, he consumes in his, 699
Brillig. 'twas, 119
(Brim, winking at the, 182
Brimmer, no deceit in a, 867
Brimstone, sea of boiling, 260
Bring, what no day can ever, 684
Brisach est d nous, 715
Britain, a sacred refuge, 381

all the sun, hath, 307

few poets in, 353

highly favoured Lile, 339

is a world, 307

nurse of fools. 406

O fruitful, 406

still to Britain true. 47

there's livers out of. 307

united in itself, 7

whole within herself. 365
Britain's best bulwarks, 4

monarch. 23
Britannia needs no bulwark. 66

rules the waves, 67
Britannia's daughter. 406
Briton, even in love. 394
Britons never will be slaves. 375
Br it her, like a vera, 44
Brithers. a' men. 45
British forces unused to fear. 91

hands, never but by. 47

man, blood of a, 306
firoad-brimmed hat, 23

cloth without. 101

is the way, 426
Broderers' song. 443
Broil and battle, feats of. 322

my back but not my weam. 844
Broiled out of the world, 458
Broken, a worthless vessel is not, 584

brows, 788
Broken-hearted, half. 59

hoped we were. 355

we had ne'er been, 46
Broken-winded, he becomes, 681
Brokers to defiling, 328
Brdma Thedn, 469
Brome, Eichd., 457
Brood, saintly, murderous, 230
Brook, a hidden, 85

and river meet, where the, 193

and the willow, 2o6

can see no moon, 228

fast by a, 20

hearken to a, 203

in the smiling. 66

that babbles by. 152
Brooks, near the running. 401
Brooms, new. 831

Broomstick, could write finely upon a. 446
Broth, oold, hot again, 767
Brother, a friend given by nature, 731

a lawless, linsev-woolsey, 49

closer than a. 417

followed brother, 404

grew BO like my. 191

his wholesome. 317

if not you. it is your, 729

near the throne. 250

offered thy weaker, 48

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Brother, the younger, hath more wit. 865
to offend, make my, 432
to relieve, 42
with dejected air, 1
younger, the ancienter gentleman.

Brothers, and all the. 289

are brothers evermore, 184

be for a' that, 47

strife between, 689

we band of, 296

ye are, 66
Brother's, ah me. it was a. 66

keeper, 411
Brotherhood that binds the brave, 236
Brotherly love continue, let. 435
Brougham. Lord. 116
Brow. fair, broad. 56

on his steady. 33

on his unembarrassed, 63

open, an open heart. 734

smile not at my. 51

thy smooth. nnruflSed, 36

was fair, but very pale. 260

weariness not on your, 5
Brown, done me very. 18

study. 91

tinged her cheek with, 270

trusty, 463
Browning's poetry, 391
Brows, bend such solemn. 291

gude bairns get broken, 788
Bruise for an inward. 293
Bruit, les oens sana, 724
Brute, a reasoning. 242

beasts that have no understanding,
438

denied, to. 217

nor human, 242
Brutes, neither are thej. 31

never meet in bloody fray, 148

the life of. 73

without you. 238
Brutum fulmen, 501
Brutus, but were I. 304

dealt the godlike stroke, 237

will start a spirit, 303

you also, 531, 695
Bruyftre, La, 97 note
Bubble, an empty. 125

burst, how a. 245

is but a. 260

man is a. 478

melts the, 87

on the fountain, like. 271
Bubbles, earth hath. 308

eternity for. 99

with beaded, 182
Buckets in a well. 19

into empty wells. 99
Buckhurst choose, 263
Buckingham, high- reaching. 299

so much for. 81
Buckle and bow. reason doth. 7
Buckler, left behind. 663

not worthy to carry the. 834
Buckram, rogues in, 293
Bud. bit with an envious worm, 319

of youth, worm is in the, 102

or blade, or bloom. 362

plucked in the. 328

the opening, 84
Budge for no man's pleasure, 321
Buff and the blue, bide by the. 47
Buflon on genius. 782



Buffoon will never make a father of a

family. 652
Bug in a rug. 138
Bugs to fearen babes. 345
Bugbears of a winter's eve. 407
Bugg, what mortal would be a. 170
Bugles blown, song on your. 160
Build and soon flit. 840

not boast. 268

not lawful to. to another man's in-
Jury. 487

to-day, then. Strang and sure. 194

too low. who build beneath the
stars. 409

who thus could. 400
Bnilded better than he knew, 129
Builders wrought with greatest care, 194
Building, 11

a great waster, 764

a sweet impoverishing, 764

the spirit of. 780
Builds, and wants wherewith to pay,
405

by the wayside, who, 793

on the street, 794
Bulb, an orbicular. 17
Bull, curled Assyrian. 367

doth bear the yoke, 279

he will carry, who has carried the
calf, 690

is brought to wear the yoke. 383
Bullam nunquam moriendi, 602
Bullen's eyes, 153
Bullet, each, has tte tM)mmission. 109

every, has its biltet. 460. 773

round, rammed with. 344

the golden, 328
Bullets of the brain, paper, 280
Bullies generally cowards, 764
Bullocks, whose talk is of, 424

yoke of, 295
Bully, like a taU, 249

swing about them. 82

the lovely, 296
Bulrush, knot in a, 562, 609
Bulwark, the floating, 22
Bulwarks. Britain's nest. 4
Bumper fair, 229

of good liquor, 333
Bumping pitch, 236
Bumps, what ho! she. 466
Buncombe and the twenty-seven

millions, 72
Bun, the rollicking, 144
Bundle of ooBtradictions. 89
Burden, an ass endures his. 756

and heat of the day, 427

back is made for the. 853

bear ye one another's, 434

every man shall bear his own. 434

every pedlar carry his. 816

everyone thinks nls own heaviest.
776

one likds is cheerfully borne. 854

place the. on the slow ass, 628

respect the. 452

rightly carried is Ught. 576

shoulder according to. 785

sustain with erect head. 688

the public. 258

the White Man's. 186

voluntary, not a burden. 750

weight of another's. 833. 834

with superfluous. 225
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Burdens laid upon our mortal being. 81
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liffht, grow heavy, 817
other folks', kill the i



Bnrgeis, a fairer. 75

a fayre. 75
Burglar I've restored, many a. 144
Burglary, flat, 280
Burial, blent, in one red. 52
Buried ashes care, do the, 529

at the public cost. 515

silver and gold, what avail, 654
Burke, Goldsmith on. 147

Hall on, 155
Burla. lascta la, 815
Burlyoumbo, the great, 18
Burn as fire, I, 350

his house to warm his hands, 801

to the socket, 402

your fingers to snuff another's
candle, 830
Burning to admire 'em, expect the, 380

will not be improved by, 258

words, poured thick. 203
Burns better educated than Byron. 71

his house, who. 794

lines on, 68

most. who. shines most. 794

of all poeU. 266

the monarch-peasant, 166

the tomb of. 385

warms too near that. 800

when your neighbour's house. 881
Burnt child dread? fire. 740

child of fire h»n>A drede, 77
Burrow awhile aL.«l build. 32
Burrs, stick like. 37
Burv for nothing, to. 112
Bush, a bad, better than the open field,
739

contains a bear, that every, 383

every common, afire with Qod, 27

man in the, 129

no, without shade. 739

one beats the. 836

supposed a bear. 282

that shelters, everyone bows to the.
776

thief doth fear each, 298

thorough, 282

to beat about the, 871
Bushel, measure by your own, 889

under a, 425
Bushes, beat the, without taking birds,

871
Business and bosoms, men's, 11

attend to. you will be safe. 649

at his. before he rises. 854

boldness in civil, 10

careful in, 528

despatch in, 2

despatch of, 335

do not quarrel about others', 598

elders' playthings called, 583

equal to, 601

everybody's, is nobody's. 382, 776

every man hath, 313

everyone to his own, 776

first designed, 237

Eood counsel in, 11
e whose, is against his inclination.
511
Is other people's money. 723
keen-sighted in. 553
little, f reat talkers, 724
lover snaDB. 97



BasineM makes men. 827

man diligent in his, 417

men see others best. 653

minding other people's. 690

no feeling of his. 318

not in, for mere sake of being boay,
599

occupied with other people's. 489

postponed my. for their sport, 640

principles, robs you on, 32

proceeds ill done with others' eyes.
614

seldom, 678

that we love, 305

the cure of melancholy. 47

the. unaccomplished. 662

to do your own, 435

to-morrow. 453

was great, 331

who doth his own, fouls not his
hands. 884

without, debauchery, 804. 887
Businesses, graves of dead. 113

great, turn on a little pin, 787
Bussy. Ck>unt de, 24 note
Bust, animated, 151

the tardy, 175
Bust as those with nothing to do. £04

bustlini; days, 374

companies of men, 205

hum of men. 221

too. gets contempt. 871

when a man's. 30

will have bands. 764

without any sort of business, 729

write on the doors that he is.
560
Busy-bodies. 645

idle bodies. 804

Zeus hates. 449
Busy-body, a, is ill-natured. 596

nothing more unseemly than an
aged, 616

the world's, 72
But. a, in everything. 866

if it were not for the. 866
Butcher, a ram to kill a, 812

with an axe, 297
Butchers and cooks, 189
Butchers' Latin motto. 627
Butchered to make a Roman holiday.

Butt for all, 137
Butta una fardola, 889
Butter and eggs, 64

Eold in the morning, 764
e needs much, 789

in a lordly dish, 412

in the cow's horn. 764

mad twice a year, 764

nae. '11 stick to my bread. 829

their bread on both sides. 198

utter contempt upon. 191

what will not be, 852

who can think. 237

would not melt in his mouth, 204,
764
Butter's spread too thick, 119
Buttercup, little, 143
Butterfiy. breaks a, 250

flits like a stray thoucht. 203

I'd be a, 19

the pride of a, 104
Button in the hat, a, 165

not the Tery, 314



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fiatton, not worth a, 749

up one cause of vexation, 348
Bnttons, a soul above, 89. 749

of a Roman's breeches. 393
Buttoned to the chin. 101
Button-maker, an eminent, 89
Buy all things, you will "have to sell all
things, 626

better, than borrow. 761

dear, to. is not bounty, 871

good cheap, they, that brings
naething hame, 868

he that blames would, 793

ken when to, 814

what ye dinna want. 764

when it is market time, 764

when someone wants to sell, 812
Buyer beware, let the, 504

should know all the seller knows,
626

timely, 378
Buyers, more foolish, than sellers, 866
Buying, a passion for, 526

a revenue not to love, 611

and selling, winning and losing, 764

cheaper than asking, 764
Buys what he cannot pay for, 794

what he does not want, 794

who, needs a hundred eyes. 884
Buxom, blithe, and debonair, 221
Buzzard's sword, a young. 756
Buzzards are all gentlemen. 23
Buzzing in my brain, 92
By and by never comes. 591

the street of, 831
Bygones, let, be bygones, 816
Byron. Burns better educated than, 71

lines on, 90

the voluptuary, 384

thou art gone, 265
Byway of his own, a, 73
Byword, their song, yea I am their, 414



Ca ira, 713

Cabals, in dark. 375

Oabanis, Dr.. 70

Oabined. cribbed, confined. 53. 309

Cabinet, court, camp. 89

Cabbage, served twice is death. 470

served up again, 610

warmed-up, 623
Cabbages and kings, 119
Cackle, never, till your egg is laid, 830
Cacodmmon evocare, 642
Cacoethea carpendi, 501

loquendi, 602

tcribendij 502, 692 4

Cade, soul of, 297
Cadence sweet, 100

the harsh, 124
Cadendo, non vi sed axpe, 546



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