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knows no friendship, 358

nothing unless lasting, 453

point of all my. 300

remember his. 88

say where, lies. 247

sensb of. keeps a nation great. 384

substance of his. 135

thrust upon them. 289

vice of, 179
Grecian bend, 115

chisel, ne'er did. 270
Greece. 54 note

conquered her conqueror. 54i

fair. 52

fulmined over, 220

in early. B&

the isles of. 61
Areed is rich, shame poor, 528

of brutes, resolute. 350

that coveted. 234>
Greedy folk have long arms, 788

man. God hates, 744
Greek, above all. 251

all things have to be in, 626

among Greeks, 567

and Latin, the two languages. 599

authors. 609

Calends, 485

deep in, 34

he could speak, 48

laudation in. of marvellous efficacy,
731

quoting from the. 467

race faithless. 589

source, words distorted from a, 530

still less (skiU) in, 101

to me, 303
Greeks bringing gifts, 656

broken by bondage. 545

joined Greeks, when, 191

last of the. 455

that never were. 32
Greekling will attempt anything. 646
Green, clothed in brightest, 396

grassy turf, 20

in my eye, h65

in youth. 255

of medderland. 380



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Greeo, perished Id the. 367

thought io a ^een shade, 205

trip npon the. 326

wood makes hot fire, 788

wounds kept, 9
Green's forsaken. 464
Green-dense, 32
Greenhouse, loves a, 99
Greenland's icy mountains, 158
Greenileeyes. tune of. 278

was all my Joy, 442
Greenwich fair, 110
Greet, better bairns, than bearded men,

761
Greetings where no kindness is. 396
Greirory VII.. dying words of, 5z0
Grellet. Stephen. 448
Grenadier, a Hamoshire, 445
Orea venalium, 546
Grey and green, the worst medley, 788

Dluest of things. 355

but not with years, 56

from griszle to, 340

my gallant. 270

too lovely to be, 5
Greyhound in our hand, 269
Greyhounds in the slips, 296
Greystock. family motto. 711
Grief, a glist'ring. 300

a petrifaction. 34

all. softened bv time. 619

and unrest, 131

and willow-tree. 444

antheming a lonely. 182

appeased oy tears, 629

at length he has emptied the cup of,

can find, 238

claimed his right, 271

companion of pleasure, 570

day lessens. 519

decay, makes all, 259

decreases, when it has nothing to

increase it, 522
divided made lighter. 788
ever born can die. no. 235
everyone can master a. 280
fellowship in, 339
fellowship of. 227
Alls the room up. 291
finds some ease, 346
folly to tear one's hair in. 684
for one so dear, 656
forestall his date of, 222



Grief, near to gladness. 534

never mended bones. 110

no greater, than to remember days
of Joy. 73

not for every, to the physieiAn, 783

not to be expressed, 134

nothing speaks oar. 103

once told. 234

one who can divine a. 5

oppressed, minds with. 120

our joy attends. 192

past. 290

pleased with grief's society. 327

she died out of nure. pure, 442

should not exceed the wound, 63$

smiling at, 289

suages grief, 203

that does not speak, 310

that fame can never heal. 7

there is a limit to. 522

time and thinking core. 870

'tis unmanly, 311

to reopen unspeakable. 664

to resist. 622

treads upon the heels of pleasure, 90

which can resolve, is lignt, 576

without oommonit^. 171

words thorns to. 356
Griefs are med'cinable. 307

outteth in half. 11

great Joys like, 205

great, make us hard, 724

little, are loud, 819

little, make us tender, 724

private, 304

to rest, laid all. 342

with bread are less. 753
Grief's best music. 803

no comfort. 810
Grievance, good, worth more than bai



pay. 743
( do"



save his father. 254
na '



Qas her ebbings. 66

hath two tongues, 326

I'll ne'er impart, a, 333

imnarts. finds medicine who his, 344

in ner face, 562

instructor of the wise. 57

is itself a medicine, 96

is past, 3b

is proud. INO

led him astray. 344

lies onward. 327

light if capable of counsel. 788

limits to the longest. 120

makes one hour ten. 291

manliness of. 147

misspent, indeed. 102

modes, shapes of. 311

most detestable of things, 487

music allays. 4

my particular. 322



Grieve down this blow, 88

down, what does not man. 88

least who lament most, 570

make the judicious, 316

people pretend to. 354
Grieved for those he left behind, 66

I speak it. 376
Grieves alone, who, 788

too much who grieves too soon, (
Griffith, honest chronicler as, 301
Grin, a universal. 99

intelligence from ear to ear, 447

so merry, every. 393

to court a. 99

to sit and. 165

vanquish Berkeley with a. 24

when he laughs, 405
Grind, demd horrid. Ill

the faces of the poor, 420
Grinders cease, the, 419
Grindings, two. out of one sack. 774
Grinned horrible. 214
Grist to your mill, all bring, 753
Grisxled here and there, 269
Groan, pray, sue and, 281

sit and hear each other. 182

so in perpetuity, 308
Groans, a bridge of. 15

sovereign of sighs and. 281
Groaning much. 593
Groat, he that cannot change a. 884

ill-saved that shames, 858
Grocer died, born a man. a. 6
Grog, only grog. 109



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Oto$$ und leer, 763
Orosse Seelen dulden still, 734
GrossnesB, losine all its, 39
Grote'i, Mrs.. Bayin&r. 449
Ground, a little patch of, 318

a piece of, not too large, 552

call it holy, 159

classic. 2

every rood of, 146

flew up and hit me, 25

haunted, holy. 52

is bed to the weary, 537

lay him i' the cold. 318

much, between, 854

on the cold, 106

place is holy, 360

safer than lofty towers. 696

still to qnit the. 241

the hard, cold. 268

'tis holy. 152

to a more removed, 313

wandering on enchanted, 183

which gives pleasure. 557
Grounds more relative. 315
Groundlings, split the ears of the, 315
Groundsel speaks what it heard at the

hinges, 858
Grove of chimneys for me, 233

organ breathes in every, 168
Groves, flrst temples. 35

whose rich trees, 215
Grow, but not the wiser, 243

double, surely you'll, 400

wiser, without his books, 100
Grows in Paradise our store, 184

with his growth. 246
Growed, 'speot I, 351
Growing youth has a wolf in his

stomach, 744
Growling will not make the kettle boil,

788
Growth, the nobler, 16
Grudge, feed fat the ancient, 283

not, 788
Grudging, mischief of, 234

the expense. 377
Grumble at. nothing to. 143
Grumbling, itch of, 501

makes the loaf no larger. 788
Grundy, Mrs.. 235
Gryll be Gryll. let, 345
Guard, better suffer once, than be ever
on one's, 587

dies, but does not surrender. 720

on my. against all things, 606
Guards himself, God guards him who.
784

up, and at 'em, 460
Ouaraati hen, o^'ardati tutto, 763
Guardian of the public peace, 403
Guerdon, the fair, 223
Querra cominciata, inferno $catenato,

882
Ouerre, droit de, 715
Guessed right, once I. 448
Guesser, public a bad. 108
Guest a keen, 294
, nobler, 376



all-approving, 56
an immortal, 232



. 232

most meet, for such a, 380

poor nigh-related. 86

speed the going. 251

■peed the parting, 2d7

that never drinks to his host. 813



Guest, unbidden, 297

unwelcome after three days, 555

well filled, yield his place like a. 50S
Guests, goodlier, are past away, 370

smell at three days old. 779

uninvited, 678
Guide I seek, no other, 219

philosopher, and friend. 247

posts and landmarks, 38

Providence their, 219

thee, his gentle spirit. 264

unsavoury. 322
Guides, cannot master the subtleties, 82

there is a hand that, 365

who neither lead nor tell the way,
90

ye blind, 427
Guided by the wiser, mans right to

be, 70
Guile, Phoenicians complaining of. 451

to eschew falsehood and. 20
Guilt, a great comfort to be free from*
701

a man conscious of, 605

always Jealous, 788

and shame, 229

be thou my pilot. 206

defeats my strong intent, 317

greater according to rank, 624
e invites, who overlooks cripie, 561

he that knows no, 207

how near, without actual, 647

is the source of sorrow. 266

never rational, 41

no, without intention, 587

of giving pain, 232

punishes its author, 533

rebellion, fraud. 1

to the victor, 200

was my grim chamberlain, 170

will raise phantoms. 159

yoked to, 35
Guilt's in that heart, 229
Guiltier than him they try. 278
Guilty always imagining punishmsa^
633

blind counsels of the. 620

danger of protecting the, 609

flourishing, 671

God discovers the. 664

make mad the, 314

men never wise, 41

mind, terror haunts the. 191

thing, started like a. 311

waste of time to inquire who wer«,
694

we mourn the, 204

who spares the. threatens the inno-
cent. 589
Guinea, a thousand times genteeler. 379

Jingling of the. 362

or note, not a, 16
Guineas, the nice yellow, 47
Guitar, touched his, 19
Quia, eamut quo ducit, 674

inaenio$a, 564
Gulf fixed, a great. 429

profound. 213
Gull, one cheat can, 32
Gullet like a goose's neck, wished for
a, 718

should have a hook in his, 64
Gum. medicinable. 325

plum-tree, 314
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GmnB, odorous, 215
Oan. as sure as a. 758

^ddy son of a. 352
Guns, but for these Tile. 293

the thnnderinff. 43

that go boom. Doom, 143
Ounaikoa horkeua, 475

kakSa kakion outi gignetaU 479
OunS, kakon deinon, 476
Gaooer, a blind. 132

he that asked the master. 136
Gunpowder, printing and Uie Protestant

religion, 70
Gunshot of his enemies, 37
Gurnet, I am a soused. 294
Gutter Lane, all voeth down, 753
Qyaria. hrevibua, aionum, 495
Gyler is begyled, 150



Baaat verkwiat, 789

Habeas Oorpus. a stringent curb. 203

Habere oportet, 697

Habiliments, honest, mean, 288

Habit causes love. 508

character is. 479

costly thy, 312

does not make the monk, 858

fixed as a, 237

ffreat is the force of. 581

holy, oleanseth not foul soul, 744

is overcome by habit. 506

is second nature, 788

is ten times nature, 388

learn a bad. 815

more things done through, than
reason. 637

or some darling sin. 237

overcome by habit. 508

rules the herd. 399

ten times nature. 788

will lead you to it again. 508
Habits at first cobwebs. 788

man a bundle of, 823

pursuits become. 484

well pursued. 232
Hahita tecum, 690
Habitation, a local, 282
Habitations, received into new, 592
HahuiBse, et nihil habere, 590
Hackneyed on business, 97
Had I wist, beware of, 763

I wist is a poor man. 763
Hades' gate ever open. 535
Hadrian to his soul. 492
Hadrian's death. 455
Hxrea vivacior, 643

vix gaudet tertius, 515
Hasrct, aemper aliquid, 495
Hxreticua in Orammatica, 548
Hags, black and midnight. 310
Haggard, if I do prove her, 324
Haggards ride no more, 449
Hail and farewell. 561

brings frost. 788

fellow, well met. 788
Hair, a. has its shadow, 531, 773

and hair. 788

cut. get your, 466

distinguish and divide a. 49

even a. has its shadow. 702

folly to tear one's. 684

it hangs by a. 515



Hair, long dishevelled. 386

long, little wit. 820

looping up her, 209

ninth part of a. 294

not the value of a. 396

of a woman. 173

of her streaming. 241

on, keep your, 465

quarrel about goats', 490

sacred, dissever. 245

stood on end. my, 623

the floral, 356

there's. 466

'tis with a single. 244 not§

with a single. 244

with his human, 29
Hairs, gray, with sorrow. 411

my silver, 163

of your head are all numbered. 431

to split, 873

white. 295

white, sign of age. not wisdom. 477
BairOn hairoumai.^67
Haken werden will, vjos ein, 869
Halcyon days. 297
Half dead to know that I shall die. 366

dearer. 216

denied is half-Justified. 50

dressed, half-drunk le^n over. 6

enough is half fill. 788

is better than the whole. 477

is more than the whole. 520

my better. 335

will never be believed. 255

wisdom half-experience gives. 401
Halfpenny, very little for a. 834
Halfpennies in a purse, draw together.

843
Halifax and HeU. 359



gooid, 787
A\ bin



Hall binks are sliddery. 788

do in hill (or hole) as you would iiL
770

?:ood cheer in the, 379
t is fair in. 811
Halls, her marble. 193

I dwelt in marble. 35
Hallow all we find. 183
Hallowed and so gracious, 311

down to earth's profound. 67

place, a, 12
Hallea, langage dea, 721
Halter, horse that draws his. 859

made of silk. 81

no man e'er felt the. 377

now fitted the. 259

the conjugal, 684

the matrimonial. 503
Halters, racks, gibbets, 237
Halves, give not by. 208

never do things by. 830
Hame, ilka thing pleases when WilUe'i

at, 47 note
Hamilton. Alex., 74 note
Hamlet, disgusts this refined age. 131

is still. 20
Hammer and anvil, between. 763

and anvil ever in his ears. 424

better to be. than anvil. 882

going, pray to God. but keep the.
784

in praying, use your. 842

when a. strike vonr fill. 882
Hammers fell. no. 158
Hammered out to suit. 87



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Hampden family, 705

irillaflre. 152
HamB, wltn moat weak. 314
Hamua, semper tihi pendeat, 604
Hand, a hard. 297

a taming. 236

a Tanished. 363

afrainst erery man, 411

and month, lonp lost between. 867

at Uberal as the light. 96

bless the, 242 note

cold, warm heart, 740

dare not write what it has dared to
do. 659

do not offer yonr. to everyone. 598

doth not do all the mouth speaks. 865

finest, of any woman. 347

ffentle Abra's. 258

had you stretched your, 364

hard with labour. 239

here's a. 46

here's my. 276

his tremblinflr, had lost. 272

I love so well. the. 282

in hand through life. 92

tust raised, licks the, 245
iss the, they wish cut off. 824
let this pressure of. say the inex-
pressible. 735
lick yet loathe the. 51
made by man's, can be OTerturned

by it, 878
makes feeble. 270
moved by an unseen. 367
no rude, deface it, 397
one, washes another, 837
open. 269
open as day. 295
plucked by his. 384
quickly to your hat. slowly to your

purse, 843
reef, and steer. 109
right, to me as a god. 518
rubs hand. 585
still adore the. 242
sweeten this little, 310
that gives the blow, 242
that made us, 2
that rocks the cradle, 380
the dyer's, 327
the steering. 356
they gied him my. 18
thy sword shall wield. 35
to bless. 79

to execute mischief. 142. 173. 181
to the outside of his. 290
upon the Ocean's. 242
washes hand. 480
waved her lily, 141
which doth oblige, to hate the, 107
who shuts his. 162
with a short. 501
with one. 242
with rosy. 216
worse than a bloody. 332
you cannot sec. 376
Handt. a general should have clean. 457
and feet. with. 584
and hearts, 150
are not more like, 312
before lips, 356
fearful hearts and faint. 423
folding of the, to sleep. 416
have Duilt. what, hands can pull
down. 736



Hands have met. our. 169

hearts of old gave. 324

I warm'd both, 188

in coffers. 830

into Thy, 561

little, were never made, 386

many, light work. 824

many, no brains. 860

of Esau. 411

of invisible spirits. 194

off you. scarce able to keep my. 710

pure, not full, 644

so vile. 229

that cast the sea-king's sceptre. 236

that their, may undergo harsh
strokes. 694

to do. for idle. 386

to holy. 103

to join right. 518

true of his two. 189

with clean. 578

with one of his. wrought. 413
Handel, he to, 834
Handel s sake, for, 100
Handful bigger than the hand. 105 note
Handicraft, be not ashamed of your. 759

those who have learnt no. 628
Handicrafts, without, a city cannot be

inhabited. 424
Handkerchief, he had no little. 18
Handkerchiefs, moral pocket. 110
Handle and help. 32
Handling, abides no, 295
Handmaid to religion, 8
Handsome at twenty, 796

born, born married, 847

is as handsome does, 149

is that handsome does, 788

persons worst, 540

when young, the devil. 855

wretched to be over. 608
Bandwerk hat goldenen Boden, 873
Hang a man twice for one offence, 830

a man. when he says he'll. 143

and draw, first. 822

him anyhow, 82

in our powers to. 137

the man over again. 17

wrong fler. far better. 113

yourself, 665

yourself, go and. 533
Hanged, born to be, 789

by the neck, 688

for very honest rhymes, 251

to order anyone to be. 584

told that his father was. 800

who is born to be. 796
Hanging and wiving. 284, 789

if you like not. drown. 208

is too good, 37

the worst use. 404 ,, .
Hangit or noon, rises early that is. 793
Hangman, when it comes home to him.

112
Hangrman's whip. 45
Hanna. in tongue a. 445
Hannibal knows how to gain a victory^
455

unable to utilise victory. 706
Hansom cabs, 116 note
Hap and a halfpenny, 789

and mishap, 789

harder, did never, 441
nae man makes his ain, 829
Happen, things you dare not hope for, 647



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Happen to one, what may, may to all. 513

where thlnn can, 262

wish for what does. 882
Happened, what has. not valued, 613
Happens, the unhoped for. 566
Happier than I know. 217
Happiest if ye seek no happier state. 215

of men. 64
Happiness a disposition to, 232

and misery ^o to those who have
too much, 721

belongrs to the contented, 472

born a twin. 61

caused by yirtne or by riches. 701

ever within reach, 736

fixed to no spot, 247

for the greatest numbers, 173

future by past, 121

riTcn to all, 710

neaTen wills our, 409

height of human. 136

human, how sad a sight, 406

hunting after, 168

I have known, 735

I will rival Jove in. 514

if so, farewell to. 676

ignorant of, 157

independent, 402

is added life. 343

is but a name, 43

is no laughing matter, 388

is transient. 475

made to be shared, 721

makes for, 6

of the greatest number. 21

of the wicked disperses. 721

only path to. 342

our being's end, 247

passes everyone once, 866

pursuit of. 174

slumbered long in. 339

supreme. 479

taste. 95

that makes the heart afraid. 168

the greatest. 173 note

through another's eyes. 287

too swiftly flies. 153

true, to seem worthy of. 528

'twill bring. 64

unexpected, the more welcome. 567

we find our. 395

what Earth calls. 409

who talks much of his. 799
Happy, alas, too. 537

all alone for hours. 35

all have the power to be, 597

all that makes a Just man, 208

as a lover, 400

before death, call no man, 476

before his death, no one called. 697

beware, ye. 682

by compulsion, 85

by report. 10

could I be with either, 141

does not need to be happier. 498

duty of being. 349

except that you were absent. 533

he is. who can use God's gifts. 614

he is not. wh« envies a happier. 616

hours together, 232

I hope she is. 25

in his children. 789

in nothing else so. 292

is he born and taught, 404

little, if I could say how much, 280



Happy, live, 524

make us. 33

makes a nation, 220

man be his dole, 278

man. happy dole, 789

man. no hour strikes to the. 789

many, who seem to be struggliog.
595

may you and your home be. 680

mind must be great. 410

more, if less wise, 57

no man. before dead and buried, St9

no one altogether, 574

no one to be called, while alive, 661

none, till all are. 343

none, without health, 620

only are the truly great, 406

or unhappy, people never so mock
as they fancy. 726

persons never there, and yet they
are, 25

sufBce to make us. 87

tears a luxury to the. 230

than wise, better to be. 810

that thinks himself so. 791

to be. is dangerous. 350

to make men. 103. 251

without thinking too much. 791
Harangue, the clear. 94

tu ferat aprds ta, 716
Harbour after shipwrecks. 639

bar be moaning. 185

bar only grains of sand. 377
Harbours open. bid. 249

seek safe, 6%
Hard and hard do not make a wall. 5S4

r>t, soon gone, 789
never think I have hit. 176

it is. but endurance makes thion
lighter. 524

it is. but so is the law. 524

naught excellent unless, 346

nothing's so. but search will find it
out. 163. 196

things are compassed. 208

though my hap be. 350

what is, is softened with dilBoiiltr.
477

with hard. 789
Hardens a' within. 45
Harder to hit, 220
Hardiness, hardness mother of. 307
Hardness, sage without. 5
Hardy as the Nemean lion's nerve. 313
Hare, a sleeping, 473

as food. 567

cannot catch a. with a tabret. 881

drumming not the way to catch a.
771

first catch your, 779

holds with the, 793

little dogs start the. 819

March. 118

the Ufe of a. 576

there goeth the. 883

to hunt with a tabor. 873

to start a, 293
Hares, finds yon. 302

run after two. 806

who chases two. catches neither. 524
Hark! they whisper. 253
Harm him as little as vou may. 382

to win us to our. 308

watch, harm catch. 789

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Barmef, Alderman, 17
Harmes two, of, 77
Harmleas art, his. 271
Harmonies divine, 330

divinest, 233
Harmonious sisters. 225

sonnds still delightful to me. 192
Harmony, a note most full of. 26

difflcnlt to restore, 519

disposed to, 187

few such swains for, 26

foretells. 242

from heavenly. 125

hidden sonl of, 221

is in immortal souls. 285

not understood. 245

order, or proportion, 26

queen of. 399

sweet, amouiT these wheels. 73

touches of sweet. 285

with me. no one so much in. 689

world made by. 150
Harness, dead in his. 424

him that erirdeth on his. 412

on our back, with, 310
Harney. J. M.. 264 note
Haroun Alraschid. good, 360
Harp a kinir had loved to hear. 271

if his weak, 23

of Orpheus, 225

of thousand strings. 387

on the frayed strrncr. 235

set my. to notes of woe. 225

sin^ to one clear, 366

take thy. 169

that once. 228

the sole companion, 19
Harps upon the willows, 416
Harper, as a. lays his open palm, 195
HarpiuiT on my dau^rhter. 314
Harpocrates, 529

and Venus, 686
HarHs, Mrs., 112
Harry, bluff, 362

I saw younff, 294
Harsh and crabbed, not, 222

thin^ soothingly, to say, 478

towards hei^eli, 265
Harshness, tis not enough. 244
Hart gegen hart, 789
Hart panteth. as the. 415
Harumfrodite, kind of a giddy. 186
Harvest, a wet. 805

an unsatisfactory, 557

home, stubble land at. 293

is past, 421

Joy in. 420

laughs with a, 175

mar so fair an. 167

of a quiet eye. 401

share my, 170

time, in, 379

time of Love. 342

truly is plenteous, 426

who has a good. 795
Harvests, good, make men prodigal. 786
Hash of men's buszums, 25
Hashed this, you have, you must

swallow it, 696
Eassen und Neiden, 735
Bast, ohne, aher ohne Raat, 736
Eaate administers all things badly. 514
comes not alone. 789
flery-red with, 292
fool, is no speed, 828

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Haste, his headless, 344

in judgment is criminal. 560

is of the devil. 789

is prodigal, 789

makes puppies blind, 502

makes waste, 140, 787, 886

maketh waste, 789

manages things badly. 583

more, less speed, 828

nothing in, but catching fleas, 834

repent in, 90

sword of heaven not in, 73

to an ill way. 822

trips up its own heels, 789

with leisure. 828

without, without rest. 736
Hasten deliberately. 478

slowly, 538

to a conclusion, 11
Hasteth well that wisely can abide, 76
Hastiness, man created of. 466
Hasty counsel, repentance follows. 703

counsels rarely prosper, 640

Justice not just, 613

man never wanted woe, 744

men seldom want woe, 757

to outbid, be not, 759
Hat, all his troubles under one. 879

civility of. at devotion, 25

fashion of his. 279

he brushes his, 280

is going round. 165

is not made for one shower, 744

lies beneath your, 237

live by pulling off the, 154

not mucn the worse for wear. 98

old three-cornered, 165

the man in the white, 465

the same old. 465

upon your brows, 310

was a beaver, 16

what a shocking bad, 465

where did you get that, 466
Hats, English, very ugly, 729

white, ^65
Hatches, his body's under. 109
Hatchet, handle after, 486
Hatchets to the fallen tree, 881
Hatching vain empires, 213
Hatchment, trophy, sword nor, 318
Hate at first sight. 129
and love, I, 624
and mistrust, 383
and pain, 331

anyone we know, hardly, 158
as soon as. in me. 330
as though you might have to lova

490
cannot wish thee worse. 229
celestial. 255
could supple, 237
dissembled. 123
easier to, 21
false love turns to. 369
found only on the stage. 62
heaps of. 262

hem that my vices tellen me. 75
him. I do not. as much as I ought,

69
if I can, I will. 623
immortal. 211
in the like extreme, 257
Juno's unrelenting. 126
let them, as long as they fear, 623
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Hate, man is, 390

many will, if vou love yourself. 694

moat deadly. 292

norer understand the folks they. 198

no reason for your. 208

nor love thy life nor. 218

of hate. 360

of those below. 53

pnblic. 108

repaid their, 330

roughness breedeth, 10

ruling principle of. 59

sweetest thing:, next to love. 194

that is fanned. 380

that which we fear. 305

thee, hearts that. 301

they attack this one man with. 696



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