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unbelieving I, 660

void of rancorous, 272

where I, 208

who cannot. 355

whom all. is not safe. 696

without reason, people, 726

you. 'tis delicious to. 228
Hates, extinction of unhappy. 5

feuds and feeble. 4

me for nought. 793

nation, nation. 4

no one. a true man, 452

shadows of. 4
Hated all for love of Jesus, 265

all, much he. 255

me without a cause. 430

of his subjects is not a kinsr. 796

with the gall of gentle souls. 26
Hateful as the gates of Hades. 471
Hater, a good, 178
Hatin' each other for the love of Qod,

191
Hatred, a healthy, 72

and envy, honest man must endure,

do not go further with your, 697

for hatred, 732

never vanquish me by, 620

open. loses revenge. 569

reaped unequivocal, 188

theological, 624

to avoid, is to triumph. 624

truths that soften. 400

undying. 558

unleavened. 56

wrongs, and fears, 270
Hatreds of long duration. 624
Hatter, who's your, 465
Hatton. Christopher. 153 note
Haunted me the morning long, 361

the place is. 168
Have and to hold. to. 438

better to, than to wish. 762

more men, the more they want. 553

not. want not, care not, 599

those that. 361

what he hath not. who would. 800

what we would have, 279

what we, we prise not. 280
Haven, a glorious, 73

I have found the. 568
Haven's found, mine. 48
Haves, the. and the Have-nots. 865
Havoc and spoil. 214

cry, 303
Havocs, noble, he had made, 167
Hawk and buszard, between, 763

as the. pursues the doves. 700



Hawk from a handsaw. 314

ffentle, half mans herself. 857
hated because ever armed. 624

sometimes has, and aometimea hs
hunger has. 884
Hawks, not allured with empty hand.
887

or horses, more delight than. 327
Hawking, first point of. 857

full of displeasures, 876

royal sport. 208
Hawthorn in the dale. 221

time, 357
Hay and corn, time to cock your. 812

flowers in May. fine cocks of. 779

make, as best you mav. 823

make, while the sun shinea. 822

the new-mown, 360

upon his horn. 540
Hasard. all is on the. 304

as great a share of. 213

hope and. 211

let us face the. 674

of the die. 300

utmost edge of, 219
He, that unfortunate. 287
Head, a good, will get itaelf haU. 743

a main in his, 110

aibhes, all the body is worse. 881

almost turns. 4

alone remained. 101

and feet keep warm, 858

and tail, cut off. and throw the rtst
away. 768

big. little wit. 739

bowed his coinelv. 205

disease worst which proceeds from
the. 701

error of, 231

fantastically carved. 295

fat, lean brains. 739

good, cannot lie, 743

arrown grey in vain. 331

hands, wings, or feet. 214

hang the pensive, 224

hath no, needs no hat, 796

hath not where to lay his. 426

hazardous to the weak. 22

heart may give a lesson to. 100

is afflicted, if the, 674

is not more native to the heart 311

its. stretches to heaven. 648

leads the, 88

mickle, little wit, 826

never make a clear, 237

no bigger than his, 306

no, needs no heart, 885

nor feet, neither, 599

O good grey, 365

off with his. 81

one, cannot hold all wisdom. 837

one, ^iven for many, 698

or tail, and without, 86

repairs his. 224

sacred, 223

scald man's, soon broken, 748

Bcrat^ your, with your own naila
889

some less majestic, 54

stand on your, 118

statuaries loved to copy, 202

strikes with tongue, must ward with,
864

that is royal, 229

that one small, 147



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Head, the enbtle, contriving, 6

they bowed the, 341

thy reverend. 93

thy slumber less, 330

to heel. 483

to shake his sapient. 5

turnin' for oounael to the tail. 198

to contrive mischief. 142. 173

what a whirlwind is her. 63

who has not. should have legs. 885

whole is sick. 419

wise, makes close mouth. 750

witless, makes weary feet, 750

work and long poses. 452

you could not tell which was the,
23
Heads, four, under one hood, 875

hide their diminished. 214

little, contain sense, 819

our, are right in vain. 409

so many, so many wits. 849

two, better than one, 875

which are aching for them, 348
Headache, crown cures not, 862

little children, 819
Heady not strong. 252
Healed, not so soon, as hurt, 837
Healing, ill, an old sore, 813

in His wings. 422
Heals, Ood, physician hath the thanks,

784
Health and high fortune, 274

and intellect, the two blessings, 480

and money go far, 801

and peace attend. 200

and sickness double enemies, 801

better than wealth, 801

care for your, 513

comeliness and, 167

deny, he that will this, 444

fame, peace, 100

giving, a godlike oiBce, 553

grant me but, 348

if well with your, wealth can add
nothing, 633

is the second blessing, 382

life is not life without, 481

much interested in her own, 392

O blessed, 620

peace and, 153

peace and competence. 247

poverty mother of, 841

prodigal of, 105

sign of, will to be cured, 631

some men employ their, 97

surest road to, 79

the chief box of, 854

to the sick man, 84

unbought, 124

unbought, a divinity, 640

we wish him. 184

without money, 801

without pence, 801
Healths, drink one another's, 174

five fathom deep, 320

give our friends a title, 380

half-a-doEen, 135
Healthy body, a, 13

know not their health, 71

physician superfluous among the. 687
Heap, of many things comes a great,
515

on more wood. 270

pleasant to take from a great, 685
Heaps of miser's treasure, '" ''



a gre

I, 222



Hear a little and speak much, 201

all parties, 801

both sides, 474

every man, 350

first, speak afterwards. 738

harp a king had loved to. 271

I. but keep sUent, 496

me, you will, 117

say something we want to, 590

see, and be sOent, 496

still stood fixed to, 217

swift to, 436

the other side, 496

what he does not wish, 675

what signifies me, 21

who will not. must feel, 885
Heard in days ox old. 237

it, but he heeded not, 54
Hearer, a willing and prepared, 349

carries away his, 672

charmed, thought it was his own,
375

wise, though the speaker a fool, 869
Hearers could not cough. 181

not want attentive. 172
Hearer's mind, entwined himself

around. 56
Hearing ill. ill rehearsing. 808

on the prudent side, no, 95

worth the, 209

zealous in, 684
Hearsay is half lies, 801

wounds by. 280
Hearse, underneath this sable, 179
Heart, a bitter, 32

a cruel, 256

a gentle, 291

a gentle, is tied with an easy thread,

a good, helps in misfortune, 561
a good, rids work, 834
a good, the best remedy, 854
a great deal to a faint, 684
a heavy. 282

a humble and a contrite, 186
a naked human, 407
a sinful, 270
a soft. 680

ache, big children, 819
ache, end the. 315
afire, sparks fly out, 881
and hope, a jot of, 225
and mind, to improve, 509
and not the brain, 194
argues not the mind. 5
as sound and free, 163
as well as want of. 169
at leisure from itself, 383
be at the root, though my. 362
be light, no sky heavy if the. 80
beak from out my, 242
beat in my brain, 27
beating of my own, 211
blithe, a blomand visage, 740
break, a great deal of. 278
break, full of, 196
build on the human, 28
burst his mighty. 304
can ne'er a transport know. 200
comes from the. goes to the, 877
cracks a noble, 319
crammed with arrogancy, 300
did break, some, 366
discontent at, 1
. do as he is disposed in his, 43t



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Heart, do not eat your. 609
doth ache, 37
except the. 42

faint, ne'er won fair lady. 777
feelinn of men's. 5
feels Ice, 31

from the bottom of the. 568
full, lied never. 742
ffiTO me back my, 59
ffire not to despair. 5
good, better than heads, 201
irrown cold, a, 331
half, is no heart, 788
hard, worse than a bloody hand. 332
has ears. 858
has its reasons, 722
hath ne'er within him bomed. 272
head. hand. 368
her innocent, 230
her. is one. 384
heresy of, 390
his eyes were with his, 64
human, is the mirror. 69
humblest of, 77
I know, his, 218

imbued with sense of rirtue, 663
in his, my heart, 265
in it. with my. 276
inmost cupboards of her, 371
innocent, brittle thin^, 201
is dead, my veins are cold. 272
is deceitful above all. 421
is hieh, my. 350
is idly stirred, 401
is in his boots. 802
is in his hose, 802
is set. as min'. 76
It nerves my, 271

ioy can hardly reach the, 43
:nowoth his own bitterness. 416
knows its own bitterness. 774
Inneuor is not in your, 5
leads yet chills the vul^rar, 55
leal and lovine. 47
leaps up, my, i94
let me wring your, 317
look then into thine, 192
madness of the, 56
man's, deviseth his way, 416
may give a lesson, 100
measure men round the. 825
mighty, is lyiufr still. 397
miss the old, 259
music in their. 184
must rule, 106

nearest the, nearest the mouth. 829
never has ached with a. 355
new opened, my, 300
not at peace till it rests in Thee. 537
not opinion, is man's honour, 732
O hardness of the human, 621
of a maiden, 228
of God takes in, 199
of heart, my, 316
of lead. 252
of living mould, 66
of man shuts out, 199
on heart. 28
one, one hand, 355
one, one way. 509
open my. 34
open not thine, 423
promised what the fancy, 263
rotten at the. 283
runs away with his head. 89



Heart, tae tme his. SIO

sees further than the head. 651

sighing of a contrite, 437

BO manly, 269

■oft with pity. 239

something must hare to cherish. 19i

soothe or wonnd a. 274

stain, away, ne'er carried a, 231

stands armed. 326

stout. 269

stout, to a stey brae, 843

susceptible to Cupid, 591

tale of many a human. 85

that has truly loved. 228

that is soonest awake. 228

that lives alone. 401

that rugged. 20

that was humble. 231

that watches and receives. 406

that which oometh from the, 853

the brave imoetnous. 5

the o'erfraugnt. 310

the saddest. 269

the same in every human breast S

the world hath stung, 55

thinketh, tongue speaketh, 878

thou hast a, 91

though unknown, responds. 193

throbs, count time by. 15

through good, and our Lady's graea
272

to conceive, 181

to eat thy, 346

to heart and mind to mind, 272

too great for what contains it, 38S

undermine the, 351

unspotted, 297

untainted, 297

untravelled, 145

vibrates my fond, 60

was at the sea, 18

was formed for softness. 55

was hot within him, 195

was kind. 109

was like to break. 18

what a, 58

what takes our, 258

when the little, is big. 18

which others bleed for. 91

whole and soul-free. 349

whole. I'll warrant him. 287

will break yet brokenly live on, 51

will never ache. 355

wise, like a mirror, 858

with strings of steel. 317

world of the, 231
Hearts ache, when parents', 879

admission to, 1

and intellects. 679

and sentiments were free, 36

are great, our, 368

are more than coronets. 361

at leisure. 394

be true and fast. 4

broken, die slow. 66

conquer willing. 219

ensanguined. 99

for falsehood framed, 333

good. 136

grew soft. 234

hands not. 324

if wrong our, 409

improvident, indecent. 27

Just as pure and fair, 144

lift up your, 688



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Hearts, masten of all. 183

may agree. 801

O blind, 622

of all yearn after it, 73

of EnffliBh oak, 273

of oak, 139

onr hopes, our prayers, 194

paved with broken, 196

■o brave, 229

steeped in sail, 561

that feared. 236

that love, 230

the states of, 105

the yearning. 235

to feeling, pensive, 44

to stay. 50

to steal away yonr. 304

tonch them bat rightly, 264

two fond, 16

two, that beat as one, 196

unkind, I've heard of. 401

walk up and down in the. 187

was her favourite suit. 187

whose, are dry as summer dust, 402

whose, are fresh and simple, 195

within. 27

ye tender, 332

you hard, 302
Heart's ease, can never beat, 303

his mouth, 302

letter read in the eyes, 858

undoing, my. 229
Heartily, as unto the Lord. 435
Hearth, no more shall gladden our
domestic, 73

of your own and a good wife, 744

of your own is worth gold, 744
Hearthstane, a clean, 262

his clean. 42
Hearthstone of home, 233

my own, 129
Heat breaks no bones. 789, 801

in inverse proportion, 226

in proDortion to want of knowledge,

ma'am, it was dreadful. 337

nor cold remains always in sky. 886

where is that Promethean, 325

with mild, 369
Heath-flower, ne'er from the. 270
Heathen and publicati. an. 438

machine for converting the, 70

no blinkard, 354
Heaven, a Persian's, 230

a time ordains. 225

above like the. 238

above, the, 349

adorned the happy land, 2

and earth, more thlners' in. 313

and earth shall pass away. 272

and hell, friends in, 811

and hell, marriage an image of, 347

and home, kindred points of, 395

alone is given away, 197

all of, 2

all the way to, 103

aU to, 179

appeared so blue, 370

around us, 229

as near by sea as land, 801

before mine eyes. 221

begins where imperfection oeaeeth*

beholding, 230
below, a^itUe, 386



Heaven, blessed part to. 301
breathe in. secure, 384
call, to witness, 686
cancelled from, 216
candidate of, 124
chased them up to, 100
commences, his, 146
crosses, ladders to. 768
earth here with, 33
fall, let, 538
from earth so far. 217
further off from, 169
gase at. 659

go not laughing to, 826
arbingers to, i39
heart is in, 158
hell I suffer seems a, 215
his blissful soul was in, 3
in a sedan, no going to, 867
in her eye. 217
in the scowl of, 68
intercourse witn, 528
invites, hell threatens, 407
is above all, 801
is all the happier, 205
is fer (far), 160
is love, 272
is not always, 242
is overflowing, 85
is shut up, 413
is there care in, 344
is won I 230
it came, from, 342
itself, we attempt, 607
itself would stoop, 223
leave her to, 313
leave the rest to, 340
light of, 211

merit, by making earth a hell. 51
mild be the doom of, 65
more sweet, and, 384
more .than all in, '55
must be in, 33
mutual love compared to, 98
my dearest foe in, 311
nor let us lose our, 334
not grim, 34
not scorned in, 102
of hell, 212
of hell, make a. 282
offspring of, 214
on eartn, 215
opened wide. 216
or hell, gees to, 275
or to hell, to, 809
populace of, 33
pursue, more than, 248
refuse to hear, 20
regarding, as a rotten boroagh, 168
rest in, 660
roars above, 95
send Uiy soul to, 298
serve In, 212

soon sets right all other matters, 30
that bends, 242
that frowns on me, 300
the floor of, 285
the serene of, 341
the vision sent, 93
those who win, 34
too high, 217
'twas whispered in, 449
upon earth, 9
wages of work, in, 72
was aU tnwqiilllity. 230



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HeaTen was in him. 382

were not heaven. 351, 381

what pleases, 274

who spits against. 843

will bless your store. 235

will most incorrect to. 311

with iU new day, 29
Heayens above, in the, 242

are jnst, 298 ^ ^

declare the irlory of Ood. 414

he is covered by the, 606

fall, let the, 666

look bright. 229 , ^ .,.

man made to contemplate the, 630

scale the. 99

should fall, what if the. 655

spangled, 2

the starry, 16

to suit the tastes, 230 . ^ ,,,

we will attempt the way of the, 665
Heaven's eternal year. 124

gate. at. 307 note

gate stands ope, 161

own heart, 358

own light. '^7

poouliar care, 339 » ,^

Heavenly things, contemplation of, 627

things, gaie on. 673
Heaviness foreruns the good event. 295

that's gone. 276
Heavy. Milton a little. 61
llr»»r<»w to me, 713
llohrldoi. in dreams behold the, 444
ll«M'tio of a fool. 408
jlirtor. and Troy's misfortunes, 649
tttviUm to hlmf what's, 314
UtHiirt', another may not look over. 838

hoiween keeps friendship green. 744

jtlm in from the assault of harm. 5

low, easily leapt over, 746
nv^atft'hog has one resource, 494

n»llfMi up the wrong way. 171
)«M(tfr>h<>frs dressed in lace. 165
,(< iltfnfow. set him before a, 35
J.M».-»fon akouama epainos, 472
IIoimI. take, doth surely speed. 852

tnke. is good rede. 862

t(M) much, is loss. 873

who for himself will take no. 396
\\pc\. a shaft i' the. 57

tread each other's, 407
Hoels. high and low, 352

out at. 306
llenp, Uriah. 113
Hoidelburg tun. like the. 763
Heifer dead, finds the. 2V7

plowed with my. 412

when they give you a, 881
Height, fortune 8 highest. 350

no man can see over his own, 832

so hard is. Z41
Heights, great, are hasardous, 22

in other lives. 31

the Kiddy, 245

wina ye up the. 30
Heir, because he had no. 170

follows heir. 636

Ood makes the. 548

next^ always luspeoted and hated,

of all the ages. 362

the l«witimate. 548

the third. <s36

third, never enjoys ill-got tea goods.



Heirs immortal. 243

of heirs without end. S48

unknown, to. 248
Heir's unworthy actions deemed worthy.
563

weeping, masked laughter, S48
Heia anSr oudeis anSr, 470
Hekaa, hoatia alitros, 470
HekUt4i 9 hidista, 472
Helen, like another. 125
Helen's beauty in a brow of Egypt. 20

cheek, 287
Helicon, tea at. 81
HSlix hmUa terpei, 818
Hell, a new. 137

a sweete. 77

and chancery. 802

anteroom of. 185

as the gates of, 256

better to reign in*. 212

broke loose, Z16

contains no fouler fiend. 256

deepest pit of. 127

down to. 29b

fear of. 381

feeUnff . 230

fiend from, IS

fire, he's in danger of, 386

fires of, mix with his hearth. 364

from beneath is moved. 420

has. iU righta. 733

he that is in. 796

his prisons in. 86

hissing hot from, 15

hot from. 303

I suffer, the. 215

in, knows not what heaven is. 79G

it is in suing long to bide. 346

itself should gape, though. 312

made for the inquisitive, 513

making earth a. 51

man vrho has been in. 737

mouth of. 365

myself an. 215

never mentions. 249

no fans in. 866

no. fiercer than failure. 182

nobody will go to. for company. 867

of heaven. 212

of waters. 53

out of. leads up to light. 213

paint the gates of. 364

paved with good intentions. 802

riches grow in, 212

the fear o', 45

the injured lover's. 216

spawn of. 363

stratagems of. 219

strife betwin man and wife it. 92

terrible as, 213

that bigots frame. 329

the gates of. 126

the greatest pain in, 377

the loirds of, ^66

the prisons in. 340

the seas went to. 154

there is a dreadful. 386

threats of. 134

to shun, more than. 248

trembled. 214

upon earth. 48

way to. diiBcult. 864

which way I fly is. 215

wicked people go to. 359

within him. 214^



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Hell's concave. 212

door, when a lackey comes to. 879
Hellespont, passed the. 61
Helm of state. 50

Helmet barred, drank the wine throngh,
272

of Orcns. 629
Helmets, hell paved with. 802
HelD after the battle. 639

oein? shut out. 533

duty to ffive, 552

for all. except the dead, 866

him wno carries his burden, 693

in time, 629

is from the Lord, 497

known as renderer of, 629

mad'st to be my, 218

mickle ado and little. 828

mutual, law of Nature, 829

of man, vain is the, 415, 702

of one we have helped, 27

of weaker hand, need the, 345

one thing asks another's. 490

past, past care, 136

past, past irrief, 290

slow, no help, 848

the time needs not such, 615

there was none to, 421

thi Kynne, 765

which is lone on the road. 802

whom Qod will, none can hinder. 886

yourself, and friends will help, 802
Helped me at pinch of need, 272

over and can't be, 110
Helper, willingr. does not wait to be

called. 750
Helpers, few. many friends. 823
Helping one another, three bear the bur-
den of six. 869

the advantage of, 701
Helps the wicked, who. grieves, 649

those who help themselves, God. 784
Hen. a bad. a bad egg. 583

a crowing. 750

black, lays a white egg, 740

born of a, must scrape. 796

crows, house where the, 810

Our Lady's. 464

our neighbour's, a goose. 839

son of a white. 488
Hens, fat. ill layers. 778
Henniker. punning motto of. 480
Henpecked, emblems of the, 875

you all. 60
Henri IV.. and his confessor. 760

is on Pont Neuf, 843 ^ ^^^
Heraclitus. obscure saying of. 579

principle of. 477

would laugh. 674
n€rahl€8 pros duo, 476
Herald. I wish no other. 301

Mercury, the, 317

only a. 161
Heraldic banners, the. 168
Heraldry, a sillv old trade, 463

our new, 3z4

the boast of, 151
Herb and other country messes, 221

every, reveals a eod, 640

tree, fruit, and flower, 215
Herbs, grace lies in. 321

healing power of, 669
. small, have trrace. 299

stones, and words, virtue in. 876
^frculean. robust but not, 55



Hercules and Lichas. 283

be thy speed. 285

could not contend against two. 476,
598

from his foot. 532

himself do what he may. 319

in vain against. 543

must yield to odds. 298

than I to, 311

this might happen to. 552

to wrest his club from. 506
Herd confused. 219

O servile. 621

the lowing. 151

the venal. 703

who o'er the, would arch, 271
Herds, he that hath two, 795

ill, fat wolves, 808
Herdman's art. faithful. 223
Here and everywhere. 660

and there, cannot be, 678

he has, ends in. 408

it is. better than. Here it ^as, 762

nor there, neither. 325

or nowhere. 550

what you seek is, 659
Here's to thee and me and aw on us, 463
Hereafter, if e'er we meet. 1
Heredity, peculiarities repeated by, 663
Heresies, truths begin as, 173
Heresy, ancient saying is no. 284

and schism, 43/

easier kept out^802

of doctrine, 390

school of pride, 802
Heretic to be burned, of a, 615
Heritage, noble by, 69
Hermit, fox has turned, 881

man the, 65

out-weeps a, 121

young, old devil, 751
Hermit's fast, a, 182
Hero and the man complete, 2

and the saint. 94

disappears, the, the man remltins,

every, a bore, 131

in his grave, 228

no, 30

one brave deed makes no, 390

perish, a, 245

the conquering, 191

to his valet, no man a, 832

to his very valet, 56

what he can be, 72

worship, where strongest, 343

your foot is upon a, 683
Heroes are essential men. 27

are much the same, 247

children of, cause trouble, 468

doflcended from heroes, 68

fallen, honour to our, 384

great-souled, 581

have trod this spot, 54

little known, 99

nameless, 353

to begin with, two, 71
Hero's scorn, fires a, 67
Herod, out-herods, 315
Heroic, believe in the, 116

deeds above, 219

poems, who would write must iir%
70
Heroism never reasons, 130
Herring it no dead. de. 278



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HerriDiT. let every, bang by its own tail.
816

must ban? by its own sill. 774

ne'er spake word. 844

nor eood red, 830

I>on<r is wide, 32
Hest, bis God-i?iven, 457
Hesitate. Mars bates those wbo. 468
Heterogeneous thing, that, 106
HeurSka, 471

Heurea, toutes, ne 8ont meure», 753
Hexameter, in the. rises, 86

tbe Homeric. 86
Hey! then ap ifo'we. 261
Hiawatha, song of. 195
Hibemicit ipsis Hihemior, 550
Hie est, dicier, 495

jacet, its forlorn. 397
Hid, lonflvnotbing sooner comes to light.

Hidden, remain, in life. 473
Hide be sold, before be caught tbe beast,
380

bis bate or love. 299

nothing from thy minister. 802

sell not. before catching the fox, 846

their diminished heads. 214

your diminished rays, 249
Hides, be that. 211
Hidin , your better art o*. 43
Hiema, acris, 681
High ambition lowlv laid. 272

and low mate ill. 389

for contempt, too. 92

be that hews over, 796

heaven is for thee too, 217

if this be. 369

life, 'tis from, 248

over, over low. 839

stars give little light because, 8

things, mind not, 432

things two. 217

this gate hangs, 446
Higher, go up. 429

things, love of, 64

things, to, 366

up, the greater fall, 858

will we climb, 227
Highest, needs must love tbe, 370

of reverence, 77

seize what is. 467

to have loved the, 370

to tbe. did still aspire, 344
Highland bog, 265

sang, 42
Highlands, mv heart's in the, 46
Highlanders in hell, 127
Highlandman's pistol, 450
Highway is never about, 859

who BOWS in the, 798
Eikanon, hd olioon ouch, 481
Hile, cada, puta, 737. 817
Hill, a heaven-kissing. 317

dearness in the, 366

no slipping up, 128

of heavenly truth, 224

over dale, over, 2b2

praise the, but keep below, 842

the breexy, 20

tbe cloud-topped, 245

the other side of the, 388

thegither, we clamb the, 46

to charm a weary, 269

went up tne, and then came down
again, Hb9



Hill, yon high eastern. 311
Hills, ah, happy, 152

and far away, over the, 131

beats strong amid tbe. 211

grow dark, 271

of childhood dearest, 389

peep o'er hills. 243

vale discovercth the. 864

where his life rosi*. 5
Himself has said it, 469, 569

no man is born unto. 261

to write of, 92

unto himself he sold, 360

who lives unto. 261
Hin i$t hin, 735
Hind, cots and lodges of tbe. 74

mated by lion. 288
Hindrance and a help, between a. 394
Hindmost, devil take the, 769. 774

SI ague seise the. 623
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Hinaostan, be came from. 371



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