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better, 681
Emperor's beard, to quarrel o%er the.

873
Empire, always an enlarger of. 673

and liberty, 558

and little minds. 38

born to, 711

c'est la paiw, 718

ever-widening. 370

first step to. 41

foreign, unstable. 489

frlory and, 104
ncrease of, 207

is power in trust, 128

must extend, 219

mysteries of, 493

of himself, the, 331

overcharged people unfit for. 11

rod of, 161

staff of crooked, 15

survey our, 55

that is peace, 718

the course of, 21
Empires dissolve. 385

natching vain. 213

game was. 59

not maintained by cowardice. 611

the day of. 74

the rise of. 23

unimagined, 187

wane and wax, 274
Employment, land of little, 318

in seeking, luck is everything, 79

is enjoyment. 772

pleasantness of. 6
Employments, brave. 160

now various bis. 99
EmpoinOt qui trop, 753
Empress and floure of floures. 78

of the soul. 243
Emprise, bent on bold. 375
Emptiness at the heart of all things. 391

perpetual. 398

what, in men's affairs. 621
Empty bag will not stand. 755

big and. 763

casks make most noise, 772

chambers, foolish maids, 772

hand, allure not hawks with. 88V

purse fills the face with wrinkles.
755

vessel, the. 296

vessels. 175

vessels make most noise. 772

vessels, the Lord blesses even, 514
Emulating, love of. 487
Emulation a whetstone, 564

in the learned, 246

is a virtue, 772

produces emulation, 487
Enable with perpetual light. 438
Enamoured, hung over her. 216
Enchanted isles and rifted rocks. 822

whate'er she said. 264
Enclosure, he has broken the, 506



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Bncouraere the others, to, 727
Encourager les autreB, pour, 727
Gnd, a challenge to his, 103

'a made a finer. 296

all comes to. except God's goodness.
753

all. the be-all and the. 308

and found no. 213

appeared no. 218

best in either till his. 205

clasp her in the. 26

consider the. 767

consider their latter. 412

crowns all, 301. 856

crowns the work, 856

each works its, 246

eTerythinff hath an, 776

fear of his hearers, lest he shonld
make an. 181

forsake me in the. 114

from their, we happy call. 93

he made a ^ood, 3i8

here is mv journey's, 325

in the. thines will mend. 809

in the. we shall find out, 809

in ylew, who keeps one, 30

is at hand. 539

is hard to reach. 356

is not yet, 428

Justifies the means. 856

longest day must have. 859

look to the. 539

make me to know mine. 415

minutes hasten to their. 327

must justify the means, 259

my last. 411

myself, manlike, 363

o' a feast. 761

of a long life, look to the, 475

of anything, better is the, 418

of controversy, 533

of every deede. 75

of hunger, cold and crime. 189

of my labours, 539

of things, knowledge of, withheld,
664

of this day's business, 304

or object, what. 511 note

praises the life, 856

praises the work, 856

remember always your, 687

remember the, 423, 450

remember the last, 424

remember thy, 424

seek not to discover your, 694

that crowns us, 163

the manner and the, 108

thy good, 37

to seek to know the, 687

we know not vet their. 355

who desires the. desires the means,
854
Ends and expectations, worthy, 9

neglecting worldly, 276

odd old, 299

thou aim'st at, 301

virtuous, by virtuous means, 177

weU. aU^B well that, 754
Endanger his body for a girl, 277
Ende gut, alles gut, 856
Endearments, Jars, 382
Endeavour, all thy good, 224

heart riven with vain. 397

passionate bright. 35
Ending of the day. 235



Ending should here have. 225

to these also God will give an, 514
Endless toil, 339
Endragt maaht magt, 875
Endurance, all our, failed, 495

every lot overcome by. 628

is easy, 34

is godlike. 194
Endure and persist, 635

first, then pity, 246

gently to bear and. 678

ffrievouB to, sweet to remember, 645

It behove us to, 632

more able to. 400

who can. can dare, 728

with moderation* the last resource,
531
Endured heat and cold, he has, 594

much have I. 593

not to be. 288
Endures, he that. T99

who. is not overcome, 795
Enemies, among, choose the least. 835

careful in choice of. 391

fall, if. let friends perish, 635

good. 136

frunsnot of his, 37
earn from, 89
little, 819

mountains make. 98
naked to mine. 301
no man without, 833
our. will tell the rest. 448
reconciled, take heed of. 852
rnnning upon. 658
shall lick the dust. 415
too sparing. 2
Enemy, a friend may be made of an. 532
a wise, better than an ignorant

friend. 729
an, hath done this, 426
being dead, rejoice not over thy, 423
despise not your. 769
devised of the. 300
disaffection amone the. 605
does not sleep. 755
every man his own. 775
evil to trust the. 658
fear an, however insignificant. 565
greatest man can have, 105
he is very poor who has no, 590
how goes the. 262
in a man's own breast, 546
in his breast, man carries his, 775
Invention of, 81 note
Is at hand, 538

lives, war not done while my. 864
make none thy. 161
man his own. 666
mercy to an, 13
my deadliest, 342
no Uttle, 836

no man's but his own, 833
one. compared with ten friends. 836
one. too much. 836
open, better than false friend. 756
our friend the. 458
so curst, finding their, 326
speak nothing of your. 850
tne wise learn from their. 468
to exult over an. 338
valour or fraud in an. 522
well to be taught by an. 569
who has no. has no friend. 650
who has one. 129



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Energetic the InaotiTO hate the. 623
Energy and perseyerance greater among
the wretched, 638

dlTlne. 251
Enfant prodigue, 730
EnfanU et fous, 766
Engaging wight, he was a most. 375
Engendered, it is. 323
Engine, devilish iron. 344

that two-handed. 224
Engine's clock. 29
Engines, great, move slowly. 8

yon mortal. 324
England. 66 note

a happir land. 80

bonnd in, 292

did I know till then, nor, 394

doos make the most onpleasant
kind, 198

expects, 460

flght. thus did. 387

full of sin. 160

further off from, 118

hath need of thee, 398

how can I help. 34

if an earthquake engulfed. 175

is windy, 492

keep but faith with. 357

knowledge of, 41

meteor flag of. 66

my England, 160

never did, and never shall, 291

Oh. to be in. 34

on thy knees. 236

purgatory of men. 772

slaves cannot breathe in. 98

some love, 365

the girdle of. 399

the heart of, 120

the men of. 39

the paradise of women. 772

the people of. 235

the workshop. 117

this realm, this. 291

to itself do rest but true, 291

to tread the grass of. 398

unrivalled for sporting, 116

was merry England, 270

what she will, be. 80

what should they know of. 186

what will they say in. 460

whole, keep our noble. 365

win, he that would. 800

with all thy faults. 98

with our. all is well. ^84

yet shall stand. 357
England's commercial prosperity. £6

green and happy land. 22

happy ground, 359

head and heart, 118

heart, old. 387

history the history of progress, 202

praise, our noble. 203

right, for. 270

true men are we, 387
English a dumb people, 71

as she is spoke, 458

boldness, how I love, 728

child, a happy, 358

cool and quite. 64

dead, our. 296

described by Voltaire, 459

energy, comprehensive. 114

Goddam. I love the. 729

gratitude, 107



English have many false ideas. 267

heart, if ever from an. 269

is ungrammatic, 30

legs, one pair of, 296

mad. Allah created the. 186

make it their abode. 381

oak. 273

only free during elections, 722

race best at weeping, worst at
laughing, 459

rather foul mouthed. 158

soil, no right on, 185

stupidest m speech. 72

take their pleasures sadly. 459. 722

the king's, 277

-trick of our. 295

undeflled. 345

way of grumbling. 107

way. the. 107

winter, 64

wisest in action. 72

wut's good's all, 198
Englishmaking. in. was the best. 199
Englishman acknowledge he is happy.

firmest in his shoes. 131
flattered, is a lamb. 74

genial. 365
e remains an. 143
heterogeneous thing, an. 106
I'm an. 92

ill-natured thing, an. 106
in the wrong, never find an. 328

toys of every. 189
[nows not when a thing is well. 748

last great, 36$

ne'er wants his own good word, 107

peculiarity sure to betray an. 22

threatened, a lion, 74

wife of every, is counted blessed. 772
Englishman's house is his castle, 747
Englishmen, absurd nature of. 240

are ne'er contented. 107

despise restraint, 107

does not travel to sec, 348

good ale. the drink of. 22

ne'er contented. 107

trim, correct. 265
Engross, when he should, 250
Enigmas, a body of. 26
En^oy thyself, one commandment. 410
Enjoyed, nothing is, 374

so long, 274
Enjoying, worth, 125
Enjoyment, a limit to, 377

according to age. 65/

in yourself, not in flavour, 612

serene, 227

true to seek fame, 669
Enjoyment's gale, before, 45
Enlargements too, made, 254
Enlarging as thv flow, 243
Enmities mortal, friendships eternal.
592

unspoken and hidden, 688
Enmity, calm, 40

cease, let, 424

proof against their, 320

to bo at 299
EnnemU, nos amis, nog, 458
Ennoble sots, or slaves, 247
Ennui, frdre du repos, 723
Enough as good as a feast. 21, 773

better than too much, 773

for all. God supplies, 518



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EnoQffli fortnne ^tm no one. 781

fflVen with ipariDff hand, 693

ne has nothing who has not. 792

he who desires what is. 617

Ho there, that is. 624

is a plenty. 379

is enough. 773

more ^han, 668

neyer. where nonght leares. 868

not. if nothing over. 868

of this. 571

who has. 160
EnquBrre, trop, n'est pas horit 873
Enqnire not too onrionsly. 318. 466

wisely, thon dost not. 418
Enqniry. the cold. 340

too mnoh is bad. 873
.Enraged, when yon are. 332
EnBefgne fait la chalandise, 718
Ensiflrn. her tattered. 165

the imperial. 212
Ensky'd and sainted. 278
Enslave their children's children. 197
Ensnarer. sweet the pipe of the. 539
Entangle, words migntily, 8
Entangles herself in over-wiseness. 261
Entendeur, d hon, aalut, 743



Enter, bnt this warning hear. 73
for here too are god
now. ye cannot. 370



568



Enterprise, examined, goes on boldly,
755

that hath a stomach. 311

the glorious. 211
EnterpriscB. great. 2

of great pith. 315
Enterprising, vields to the. 165
Entertain, tickle and. 97
Entertainment, one of the principal

features in my. 25
Enthusiasm and superstition. 335

genius of sincerity. 201

martyr to mild. 29

nothing great without. 130

put down. 382
Entrance hall the ornament of the
house. 705

wisdom at one. 214
Entreaty, now with, now with bitter

words. 619
Entwined himself around the hearer's

mind. 56
EnUwei und qehiete, 734
Enumerat miles vulnera, 598
Enviable, no state is. 209
Envied, better be. than pitied. 761

for good deeds. I would be. 480

rather be. than envy, 585
Envies, who. is inferior. 650
Envieth. he that is below. 444
Envious, the. grows thin. 568

misery to oe. 585
Envy a kind of praise. 142

above all. 155

an enemy to honour, 555

and calumny. 331

and wrath shorten life. 424

argument to, 494

be absent, let, 484

better worth having than compas
sion, 468

brave or fortunate men bear, 568

companion of srlory, 528, 568

dashes its teeth against solids. 542

death eztinguisheth. 9

3J



Envy, death shuts the gate of. 348
oisparages genius, 564
does not enter empty house, 773
has no holidays, 13, 773
I do not. but wonder. 611
I do not honour. 480
ignoble mind slave to. 246
may hate. 80

natural to the wretched. 528
never dies. 773
never enriched. 773
no worse torment than. 568
proved weakness. 9
strikes high, 686

the discharge of the cuttlefish, 550
the living, not the dead, doth bite.

196
thinks nae good. 822
time transported with. 92
to appease, by abandoning virtue,

to wake my. 15

vice of republics, 193

virtue conquers, 708

will merit, 244

withers, base. 372
Envy's a coal. 15

frown. 19
Epainos, hsdiston akousma, 472
Epea pteroenta, 471
Ep4e, oonne, point querelleur, 744
Ephesian dome, fired the. 81
Ephesus, the d&me of, 81
Epic, thundrous, 364
Epicharmus. maxim of. 474
Epictetus. Plato. Tully. 99
Epicure, the judicious. 188
Epicurean and Stoic severe. 220
Epicurus excelled in geuius, 544

golden sayings of, 540

mind and genius of, 710

owne sone. 76

saying of. 514. 854 note
Epicurus' sty. fattest hog in. 205
Epicurus's flock, a pig of. 527
Epidemic terror. 149
Epilogue, good play needs no. 287
Epinqles, a quatre, 713
Epistle, a she. 64
Epistola non eruhescit, 527
Epitaph, believe a woman or an. 58

better have a bad. 314

by Shenstone, 550

let no man write my, 340

no man can write my. 340 not6
Epitaphs, curious. 445. 446

talking of. 16

worms and. 292
Epitome, mankind's. 122
Eppur at muove, 737
Equal, all men created. 174

be found, when shall his. 647

fane of God. where all are. 168

in the church, all. 161

love makes all. 821

nothing, to you. has arisen. 607

to all the others, 566

to his business, 631

we are all born, 625
Equality, true standard of, 21
Equals, friendship with none but. 74

judgment of our. 572
Equanimity, each should endure with.

685
Equator, speak disrespectfully of the, 337



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EquiUbrinm. In. 559. 560
Equipaffe. conduct and. 69
Equity and utility. 40

followa the law. 488

in ail thinfiTS. 561

in law. 561

is a rofuish thinir. 275

ahines by her own liirht. 488
Equivocation of the fiend. 310

or &mbi|:uity of words. 8

will undo us. 318
Erdn ek tou hordn, 470
Erase often. 666
Era 80 que ae era, 816
Erasmus on Batavian ffrace. 117

Scaliffer on. 675
Eroles' ycin. 282
Erebus, dark as. 285
Erect countenance, man riven an, 630

himself, above himself. 105
Eremites and friars. 214
Ergon d'ouden oneido8, 471
Erin, exile of. 67

go braffh. 337

•ffo-braffh. anthem of. 67
Erin^s honour. 228
Eripe te morse, 527
Eris erin antiphuteuei, 477
Ermined knaves. 389
Err. best may. 1

but once is to be undone. 211

in thiuffs too high, 217

it is human to. 627. 555

natural for man to. 553

nature of man to. 512

of my own freewill. 675

safer to. on the merciful side. 69i

the most may. 122

to. is human. 244

too wise to. 128
Errs in her own grand way. 364

none^ for himself alone. 602

who sacrifices self. 200
Err are humanum est, 527
Errat eruditus, cum, 364 note
Erratas. freed from. 68

without. 393
ErreurB.les plus courtes, aont les meih

leures, 724
Error, a fool perseveres in. 553

a hardy plant. 377

acquires honour. 14

affects men differently. 557

all men liable to. 192

by his own arms. 220

causas hahet honestas, 676

defended only by error. 176

giant, darkly grand. 264

nappy in. 537

in endless. 246

is immense. 268

is prolific. 637

labyrinths and wilds of. 100

leads, whither. 654

Uves. 91

man the child of. 823

may be tolerated. 174

no anguish like. 201

no vehement. 139

not every, folly. 613

O hateful. 305

of head. 231

of the mind, a most pleasing 688

of the mind, most delightful, 638

of the moon. 325



Error, one thing to show. 192

only a fool perseveres in. 518

popular. 37

rashly charged the troopa of. 25

scab of. 383

sometimes sets us right. 15

the last. 428

unu8 utrique, 557

who errs quickly is quick in oor*
reoting. 14

with an honourable cause. 675

wounded. 35
Errors, a tragedy of. 384

amusing with numerous. 149

like straws. 125

reasoned. 173

some female. 244

they defend their. 38

think not of his. 88

to prosper by others'. 673 note

which, seem. 243
Error's poisoned springs. 237
Err oris nebula, 627
Erroure. dampnable. 164
Ersch. fuU loud in. 127
Eruption, bodes some strange. 311
Erysipelas. 556
Esau's hands. 122
Esca malorum voluptas, 711
Escadrons, Dieu pour les gros, 715
Escape, no hope of. 601
Escaped, he has. 484
Eschewed what cannot be. 278. 877
Escurial. thou art to me the. 829
Espoir, l\ est ma force, 803
Espoused, my. 216
Esprit d'escalier, 718

son, hrille aum d4pens de sa m^motre,
726
Esq.. title of. 240
Esse quam videri, 527

quam videri bonus, 504
Essence pure. 212

the ethereal. 57
Essex. Earl of. 12. 13
Est il possible f 566 note
Established once for all. what is to be,

616
Estate, fallen from his high. 125

squandered my. 178
Estates of the realm. 458
Esteem, built upon. 382

himself, who does not. gains esteem.
844

it lessened my. 240

must merit our. 258
Esteems himself, man's value as he. 844
Esterhaxy. to see. 17
Estimated, we do not like being. 726
Ssto perpetua, 529



ft tu. Brute. 531
tat, r ' '



aw,y, l\ c'est moi, 719
Eternal punishment. 233

things better than things iransA-
tory. 640

whatever has knowledge is. 653

with the. to be deemed. 213
Eternities, conflux of two. 70

every day the confluence of two. 71

two. 230
Eternity for bubbles. 99

image of. 54. 330

in bondage. 1

in form of. 686

is not as men believe. 236



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Eternity if written in the skies. 410

miirnty affes of. 238

palsoe of. 222

pleasing dreadful thought, 1

shadows of. 379

threshold of. 339

too short to speak thy praise, 408

wander through, 213

wanderers o'er, 53

who can mention without solecism.
25
Eternity's too short, 2

Sther. an ampler. 395
thos Hhot poluchronion, 479
Etna, leapt into burning. 493

Ston College, 152
trangeTt plus je vis. plus i*aimai ma
vatrie, 727
Eudaimonia, 472
Eulen nach Athen tragen, 871
Eulogy, honest. 96
Sumentdes stravere torum, 614
Euphelia serves to grace. 259
Euphrasy, purged with, 218
EuphronouBi Bummachei tuch9, 781
Europe, fifty years of, 362

nation in. 17

rings, all, 225

round, sauntered. 252

the eye, the soul of, 365

the glory of extinguished. 39

the one voice in, S65
Eutuchia poluphiloB, 471
Evaait, erupit, 484
Eve, at the ear of, 215

dewy, 212

fairest of her daughters. 215

our grandmother. 281

span, when, 879
Even, grey-hooded, 222

now we are. 835

stillness as of, 336

sweet approach of, 214
Ev4nement, ce n'ost pas un, 714
Eveninff brings a' hame. 856

cool to a glorious, 380

crowns the day, 856

flowers, 217

life's cool. 251

may bring forth, what the, 656

mild, grateful. 2i5

never an ill day that had good, 868

on. came, 215

pensive, 397

praises the day. 856

red and morning grey. 773

shades prevail. 2

turns the blue vault grey. 95
Evenings full, when winter, 239
Evensong, at length cometh, 859

ringeth to. 157. 860
Event, a Prometheus after the. 478

after the. 532, 886

calls for action, 496

far-off, divine. 367

happeneth. one. 418

in course of completion. 504

leave the, 342

never in man's power. 163

not an. a piece of news, 714

the, is schoolmaster of fools, 531

upon which it is difficult to speak.
41

was dire, 212
Events, a great train of. 582



Events, eanses of. more interesting, 67S
coming. 66
footsteps of, 671

Geatest, produced by accidents, 480
bve controlled me. 192

in which I had great part, 646

spirits of great, 88

sure signs precede sure, 505
Eventide, may hap ere, 235
Ever. I go on for, 363
Evermore and longer, 160

shall be. we. 359

so it shall be. 234
Everybody knows everybody, where. 813

what belongs to, 877
Everyone is master, when, 819
Everyone says, what, 877

to their liking. 444
Everyone's mind, he has more than



ayone. 716
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Everything, a little of. nothing at ail.
731

every land does not produce. 613

is as you take it. 776

is my cousin. 129

looking into. 89

you ought to be, 143
Everywhere, nowhere to be found, or.
247

out of the. 203

who dwells. 657

who is. is nowhere, €20, 796
Eve's family, one of. 167
Evidence, it's not. 111
Evil, a necessary. 473

a smaU, a great good. 474

abhor Uiat which is. 431

after the. a good time. 752

avoid, it will avoid thee. 759

be not overcome of, 432

be thou my good. 215

bear with, and expect good. 760

days, fallen on. 216

do. that good may come. 431

endure this, lest a worse come. 552

evanescence of. 343

feet run to. 421

flieth home. 768

for another, who prepares, 677

fortune, a good spirit in. 501

fronted ceases to be evil, 70

good, call, 420

good from. 86

good, seeks through, 390

gotten. 807
alf-cured, whose cause we know.
80
is advantageous, if. he errs who does



rieht. 512
is easils



jily stifled at its birth, 624

is good perverted. 195

is soon learnt. 853

is thine eye. 427

let no one speak, 474

like a rolling stone. 376

man, no, happy, 602

manners live in brass, 301

men and cowards, earth maintains,

692
mixed with good. 687
must come of evil. 341
neighbour to good, 530
no. without compensation, 619
none altogether, 377
none great which is the last, 618



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EtII. none anddenly, 384

of evila moat evil, 481

on iUelf ahall back recoil. 222

onr irreatest. 246

ont of, good bom. 810

partial, nnivertal good, 245

qnalities, a wiae man corrects, from
another's, S33

reaiatance to, 267

speaking, lying, and slandering, 438

spirit easier called np than allayed
642

spirits enslaved which serve things.
330

tends to disappear. 343

that men do. 303

that they speak, 656

the least, is the least of evils, 525

the report of. less than the tmth,
578

this pleasant, 548

to avoid an evil, 88

to exclude some greater, 21

to find means of. 211

unknown, more feared, 672

who looks for, 789

who thinks, sins. 727

wrought by want of thought. 169
Evils, a whirlpool of. 584

begin in the Lord's name. 561

come spontaneously, 583

cured by contraries, 175

do not yield to, 694

fear of imaginary, 678

have their comfort. 808

imaginary. 148

mostly of our own bringing, 637

necessary, 178

necessary for man to suffer. 632

of two (see Harmes). 77

of two, the less, 835

of two, the less is to be chosen. 515

sum total of our. 547

three. 472

worst of. 216
Evolution is not a cause. 233

not a force but a process, 233
Ewe bears the bell, where the. 810
Ewig-Weihliche, das, 456
E» cathedra, 532

post facto, 532

tempore, 532
Exactitude destroys exactness, 608

la politease dea rois, 719
Exagire, tout ce qu'on, on afaihlit, 726
Exaggerate, I lay myself out to, 376
Exaggerates, one weakens what one. 726
Exalt himself, whosoever shall. 427
Exalted and noble, unfit to attempt any-
thing, 604

bear ourselves the more humbly
when, 648
Examinations are formidable, 89
Examine yourself often. 640
Example, a lesson all can read, 388

accomplishes, 842

better than precept, 777

does the whole. 88

from one. judge all, 511

good, the best sermon, 743

ill, of rulers worse than their sin,
638

let it stand as an. 694

must allure. 350

prince's, 709



Example, showed, his great. 374

take, from others, 566

than reason, we live more by. 5SS

the school of mankind. 40

to deter. 181

to his shape. 75

tormented by fear of my own. 593
Examples, bad. last longer than good
manners, 521

draw when precept fails. 259

evil, in the nousehold. 677

lead us, 163

teaching by. 268

the way short by. 578
Excel, always to, 467

daring to. 81

different methods, different men. 81

things which, are rare, 627

when trying to. it is difflcolt to bt
just. 635

who themselves. 243
Excels another, how one man. 518
Excellence, bright infers not. 217
Excellent, growth of what is. 96

things indifferently, 27

things that are more, 385
Excelling, for the sake of. 480
Excelsior, the strange device. 193
Excepted, excepting what is to be. 533
Exception proves the rule. 856
Exceptions strengthen the rule. 533
Exceptis excipiendis, 533
Excess, all, turns to vice. 625

best things in. are wrong. 79

does hurtful prove. 237

fancy loves. 408

in nothing, 556

is condemned in law. 533

is opposed to nature. 477

nectar poisons in. 808 '

nothing in. 474



of glorv obscured, 212
of wealtl:



1th. cause of. 204

the more it seems, 214

unsafe, 653

wasteful and ridiculous. 291

you go too much to, 702
Excesses of youth, 89
Exchange is no robbery, 777
Excise, a hateful tax. 178
Excitin' to be pleasant, too. 110
Excommunicated eat bread. 869

for jocular words, 676
Excommunication, ban of. 168

sentence of, 630
Excuse an accusation. 795

bad, better than none. 150. 739

came prologue, 218

coy, 223

faults brought their, 259

for writing, 255

himself, pitiable is he who cannot
646

worse by the, 291
Excuses, bad, worse than none, 759

do it, and make. 534

himself, who, 795

idle folk lack no. 804
Execution, rode to his. 307
Executioner, every man his own. 775
Executors, let's choose. 292
Exeter, motto of 672
Exempla domestica, 677

honesta, 575

trahunt, 640



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