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Housetops, preach ye upon the. 426
Housewife, gentle, mars the household,
769

that's thrifty, 333
Housewives, bare walls make giddy. 759
Housewives affairs have no end, 379
Hover a moment. 91
How and when and where. 443
are the miehtv fallen ! 412
^ you get it is the question, 660
Howards, blood of all the. 247
Howitt, Mary, 447
Howl, an imitative. 189
Hub of the solar system. 166
Hue. angry and brave, 162
Huertar el porco, y dar los pies por

JH08. 873
HtievoB, al freir de lot, 754
Huoieia kat nous, 480
Hull. Halifax, and hell. 359
Hum of human cities, 53

of men, 52. 221

of mighty workings. 181
Human actions. 23

affairs a laughing-stock. 665

affairs, despise. 673

affairs, divine power plays with. 579

affairs, mockery of. 648

breast, the same heart beats in, 5

contrivances, 38

cattle, 63

effort. 33

face divine. 214

form divine. 256

life, pathos and sublime of. 46

natur low. isn't. 143

nature, divinity of our. 670

nature, more of fool than wise. 10

nature, noblest product. 2

nature, weaknesses of. 142

nothing, foreign was to him. 375

power, not by. 612

race dares all things. 495

race, though you despise the. 675

shape, his soul into a, 87

sound, hearing. 36

sound, no touch of, 3

species, how divided. 187

spirit, the. 384

sufferings touch the heart. 687

things subject to decay. 124

to step aside is, 43

wants, man's rights as to. 39

was ever heart more. 166
Humane yet Arm. 375
Humani. nihil, 375 note

nihil a me alienumputo, 554
Humanities, the fair. 87
Humanity always a conqueror, 333

be our goal. 735

but one race. 228

duty's basis is, 22

embrace of catholic. 400

erect himself above. 105

great men unable to set aside. 717

heavily charged with. 717

imitated, 316



Humanity, intense. 267

mankind not to be reasoned out of.

22
no. no religion, 790
popular. 1
ribald libels on. 69
sad music of. 396
suffering, sad, 194
steer, 305
traitor to, 197
wearisome condition of, 164
with all its fears. 194
within us. 389
Humble because of knowledge. 187

heart, nought greater than an

honest. hu9
hearts, 803

the more noble the more, 860
tranquil spirit. 107
who would please. 259
Humbled, minds lifted up must be. 526
Humbleness, whispering. 283
Humbles and exalts, at once it. 410
Humblesse. no man in. can him acquite.

76
Humbly, born, and bred hard. 80
not too. 52
speak nothing. 180
Humbug in a Pickwickian point of view.
110
or humdrum, 116
the ogre, 372
Humdrum, lawsuit country. 63
Humility, a long lesson in. 18
foundation of virtues. 803
great in his. 329
may clothe an English dean. 95
pride that apes, 86
so many Christians want. 168
thank my God for my. 299
the highest virtue. 370
too much, is pride. 873
Humour, career of his, 280

of it. 277
Humours, diversity of. 770
in all thy. 2
of mankind, 223 note
stillest, the worst. 851
turn with climes. 248
Hnncamunca's eyes, 132
Hundred, might tell a. 312
rode the Six. 365
years hence, a. 813
Hunger and cold betray, 803
and delay stir up bile. 536
and want, convicted of. 338
broke stone walls, 302
despises not common food. 571
disappointed. 645
drives out force. 882
for forbidden food. 697
for more. 510
hang. 788

increases with the store. 123
instructor of many. 473
is bitter. 92
is insolent. 256
is the best sauce. 803
makes beans sweet. 803
obliged by. 250
of ambitious minds. 345
over-feeding has destroyed more

than. 594
pinch, admonition of the, 31
sharpens understanding, 531



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Hanser, mrfeit ilajn more than, 861

BweeteoB beans, 534

teaches, 593

teaches many things. 478

the best appetiser, 505

thy sauce, make. 378

was my mother. 536
Hunffry as a church mouse, 768

as hawks, 382

bellies have no ears, 804

man, do not run up asainst a, 529

man is an an^y man. 745

man sees far, 745

mouth, every, 34

no one so laughable as when, 666

nothing amiss to the. 834
Hunt and vote. 59

everything's a, 32

in the sea, to, 559
Hunts in dreams, 362
Hunter, a mighty, 252

follows what flees, 703

of shadows, 39 note
Hunters, all not, that blow the horn. 753
Hunting and law full of trouble, 876

barKing dog seldom good at, 759

he loved, 326

run, life a. 390

something, passion for. Ill
Huntsman, a cassockcd, 94

rest! thy chase is done, 271
Hupnos kasignStoa Thanatots, 471
Hurle burle swyre, 819
Hurlyburly's done, when the, 308
Hurry, aye in a. aye ahint. 759

done in a, never done well, 878

good only for catching fleas, 834

he sows, 349

in your fist, keep your, 814

is slow, 538

leave to slaves, 36 note
Hurt, a little. I'm, but yet not slain.
441, 442

easy to, 811

one always knocks the spot that is.
726

to, even a bad brother, 601

us, but not harm. 4
Hurtles in the darkened air, 153
Husband, a heavy, 2ti5

already seeks a, 571

and wife, and lover, 209

and wife, that monstrous animal,
133

bad, cannot be a good man, 739

be a good, 759

by her, stays, 217

cools, till a, 249

frae the wife, 44

good, a good wifa, 743

food works in her, 217
am thine, 370
in second, 316
is, as the. 362
lover in the. 200

not at home, nobody at home, 806
of my heart. 183
serve as master, beware of as

traitor, 729
the, last to know, 516
to save her poor, 35
twice as old as wife, 143
Husbands, careless of pleasing their. 594
love your wives, 435
maids want nothing but. 822



Husband's heart, level In her, 288
Husbanded, and so, 303
Husbandman happy as a king. 663

happy beyond measure. 621
Husbandmen but understood, if. 163
Husbandry, danger of lateness in. 664

dulls the* edge of, 312

good, good divinity. 786

governed by chance. 665

In heaven, 308
Hush and heod not. 189

money, parish pay is. 343

my dear, lie still and slumber, 387

thee, my baby, 273

was so profound. 191
• Hushed be every thought that sprincL

402
Husks that the swine did eat. 429
Hussar, the young. 58
Hussy, careless, makes mony thierok

740
Eutteron proteron. 480
Huxley's epitaph, 446
Hyde Park, all desert beyond. 131
Hydra, as many mouths as. 323

more prodigious than. 26

to crop the, 172

you are wounding a. 480
Hydras and Chimeras. 213
Hymen was not present. 614
Hyperbole allowable in love. 10

speaking in perpetual. 10
Hsrperboles, three-piled. 282
Hypercritical, the, does ill. 559
Hypocrisy and nonsense. 49

can discern, 214

cant of. 347

cold, 1

organised, 117

the homage vice pays to virtiie. 719

to chant thy praise. 63

to whip. 281
Hypocrites the real atheists. 13
Hypothesis. I had no need for that. 7!^
Hypotheses, the teacher's Inllabirs. Vi

I do not fashion. 555



I.H.S., Jeaus ^ominum Salvator, 571
I am, therefore all things are, 526

and my kin^, 525

dare not wait upon I would, 3M

should not have thought it. S66

told you so. 64
111 go myself, and 111 see to it. 807
Iambic, wholesome. 334
Iambics march. 86
Iambus, an. 688

Jatre. therapexuon teauton, 478
Jatreion psuchSs, 472
JatTOB alldn, 468
Ice, a sea oi melting, 207

bears before Christmas, if. 806

bears w}ien it cracks, 880

ferns, fine as. 363

mast high. 85

on summer seas. 368

thick-ribbed. 279

to starve in. 213

trust not one night's, 874
Iceland is the best land. 804
Icicle, chaste as the. 302
Idea, most frightful. 833

one dear, 830



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Ideas, early, not usually true, 343

number of the (greatest, 267

ten thousand ereat, 375

the greatest. 267
Ideal, nurse a blind, 364
Idem, alter, 491
Idiosyncrasy. I hare no, 26
Idiot race, 46
Idiots, embryos and, 214
Idle, all the day, 427

better be, than do wrong, 640

better, than ill-employed, 761

better, than work for nought. 762

bodies, busybodies. 804

brain, never, but bred idle thought.
378

brain, the devil's workshop, 755

folks nave most labour, 815

happiest when I am, 25

hour, charmer of an, 25

hour, never have an, 830

industry, 630

life, eschew the, 378

man, busy in the evening, 809

men tempt the devil. 855

no deity stands by the. 630

singer of an empty day. 234

that may be better employed. 801

that might be better employed, 791

whom the world calls, 99
Idleness, a day in. 457

a period of, 748

and love. 630

banish. 484

breeds evil thoughts, 678

busily employed in. 694

injuriousness of, 630

mother of want, 474

no goodness comes of. 836

nurse of sin, 344

of heaven, 581

overthrows all, 48

penalties of, 252

refuge of weak minds, 78

shipwrecks chastity, 630

the devil's bolster, 804
Idler, every man an. 178

is a watch. 97

young, old beggar, 751
Idlers, game-preservers, 72
Idling, to enjoy, 174
Idol for the saint, worship the, 389

spare your, 99

tne world's great, 243

world's chief. 350
Idols, changing ever its worthless. 85
Idolatry, mad, 301
If and But. man who invented. 733

is the only peacemaker. 287

virtue in, 287

with an. Paris might be put in a
bottle, 805
Ifs and ans. if, 805

and buta. so many. 805

I hate your, 347
Ignave, ne quid, faciamus, 598
Ignis fatuus of tne mind. 263
Ignorance, a childish. 169

a feeble remedy, 564

and pride, swoln with, 51

argument to, 494

blind and naked. 369

boldness a child of. 10

burst in, 312

causes suspicion. 11

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Ignorance, comfort flows from. 2^9
consciousness of. prevents error. 589
crime of voluntary. 176
drink to heavy. 363
Gothic. 133
heavenly. 64



I pity his. 111

is bliss, where, 153



is lavish of her shades. 408

maker of hell, 383

mother of devotion. 807

never settles. 117

no darkness but. 289

no excuse. 556

not ashamed to confess. 613

not innocence, 33

of fact excuses, 556

of law no excuse, 556

of what I do not know, 600

return to pristine. 149

sedate. 175

self-loved, 330

the curse of God. 297

thy choice. 20

to make gain of another's. 602

well for men to be in. 594

worlds of. 108

you learn your. 620
Ignorant about themselves, men. 594

are slaves. 252

carriage, 295

confound the. 314

conscious that you are. 115

hath eagle's wings. 859

he alone is. of everything, 857

imagines he knows, 792

man, nothing more unjust than. 553

miraculously. 82

of evils, rather be. 810

of what he is daily employed in. 695

when, relate as if you knew well. 645

why be, rather than learn. 513
Ignorantly in unbelief. 435
IgnoBce, ut ahsolvaris, 699
JgnoBcere pulchrum, 706
Jgnoscito axpe alteri, 781
Jgnoto Deo, 517. 557
lonotos fallit, 708
Jonotum pro maonifico, 624
Jgnotus moritur Bihi, 558
JZfa ducat, ne, 681
Iliad and the Odyssey. 87

in a nutshell. 561

of woes, 108. 472
Ilias kakdn, 472

malorum, 689
Ilium, fuit, 543

shall be no more. 471
ni. always for. 272

at ease with nought to do. 273

beneath the sun. for every. 447

better suffer, than do. 762

captain, 327

comes by ells. 807

comes from ill. 235

disposed, the. feed on their own dis-
position, 583

do. and doubt a' men, 771

ever to do, 211

favoured thing, an, 287

fears no manner of, 239

feel the. yet shun the cure. 259

final goal of. 366

fortune, who has not known. 375

from movth falls into our bosom. 859



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HI. good heart that layi no. 813

sot, ill spent. 807

sot. thinsa, 298

gotten ffooda, a third heir rarely
enjoys. 515

he cannot cure. 5

if thou do na. do na ill like. 806

in rather doins, than well. 727

it costs more to do. 810

kenned better than good nnkenned,
762

land, soon well. 815

lonff trains of. 67

lock stirring, no. 284

natured ana ill-bred. 121

natures, the more you ask them. 808

news are swallow-winged. 207

news is winged, 123

nothing becomes him, 281

now, bat not so hereafter. 614

of him that does. 104

of one. comes many. 835

restraint from. 107

seems, where no. 214

that comes alone is good. 826

when I did. I heard it ever. 879

who wishes, never wants a cause.
583

whose only cure. 259

will be wanting, may. 484

will beginning of mmonr. 666

will never said well. 808
nis. bear those, we have. 315

cannot reach, no one whom. 473

have no weight. 199

o* life, yictorions o'er all the. 44

shuns fancied. 175

what mighty. 238

when nae real. 43
Illegitimate not counted as children.

649
Illness, from rreat. great health. 755

without iuness, 720
Illogical opinion. 21
Jlludi, Quid turpiuB quam, 655
Illusion, for man's, 230

nothing but. true, 166
Image, a two-fold. 403

and superscription, 427

of the king. the. 370

your, in my closing eyes. 127
Images, lifelike. 233

made gods by the worshipper, not
the maker, 649
Imaginary, all our wants. 268
Imagination bodies forth. 282

doctors and. 79

droops. 61

K.llops. 719
^ study of, 280

in a ferment, 182

indebted to. for facts. 333

man calls his, 267

of a boy, healthy, 182

produces the event. 541

rules the race, 713

rules the world. 453

the mightiest lever, 399

to sweeten my. 306

wanders far afield, 409
Imaginations are as foul, 316
Imaginative. I am. idle was I never.

190
Imagined, false things may be. 267
Imagining is not measure. 877



Imaginings, horrible. 308
Jmitari gaudia fal»a. 549
Imitation, endless. 402

no man great by. 176

the sincerest flattery. 89
Imitative creature. 88

strokes. 98
Imitator, the skilful, 665
Imitators, servile herd, 621
Immediately, if not sooner. 808
Immoderate is unsafe, 653

things, of short duration. 558
Immoral, I'm going to be, 63
Immorality, habits blemished by. 611

misery not the cause of. 69
Immortal, better part of you is. 631

collectively. 679

man is. till his work is done. 447

only our rood qualities. 679

seek not thinn. 558

something still survives. 194

though no more, 52

to things. 93
Immortals never appear alone. 8S
Immortalities, moments like. 57
Immortality, clothed in. 592

converse with. 399

death followed by. 610

his. 156

longing after. 1

of the soul. Oicero on the. 675
Immota martens, 698
Immovable, infixed. 213
Impar tibi, 607

Imparadised in one another's arms. 21a
Jmparo. ancora, 736
Impart our woes. 105
Impeachment, the soft. 333
Impearls on every leaf. 216
Impenitent, no power can absolve. 73
Imperans honesta, prohibem contrariA*

528
Imperat, qui bene, 649

qui, nUi paret. 569
Imperfection ceaseth. where. 15
Imperfections on my head. 313
Imperial lot. our high. 385

principles, enslaves you on. 328

works. 249
Imperially, learn to think, 74
Imperii capax, nisi imperaiset, 582
Jmpartosa ret timor, 664
Imperium et libertcu, 117, 558

flagitio qumtitum, 602
Impertinence, fond. 217
Imperturbable, quite English. 64
Impiety, devout. 155
Impious, because they did it. 49

men bear sway. 1

to be sad. 408
Implume hipes, 492
Important always, not. 101

things which seemed. 620
Importunate, rashly. 167
Importune, too proud to. 153
ImpoB animi, 527. 659
Imposed on. wish to be. 94
Impossible, believable because. 51f

believes the. 27

certain because, 505

everything is. 274

law forces no one to the, 576

no one bound by the. 833

none bound by the. 603

not a lucky word. 70



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Impossible, nothing. 834

nothincr. to a willing heart. 883

Tien d\ 834

what's, can't be. 89

will now be accomplished. 626
Impotent and loud. 124
Jmpressione, uomo di nWmo, 779
Impressions, first, are lasting. 779
Imprisoned wranglers, the. 99
Imprisonment, dare to do something

worthy of, 495
Impromptu, wit's tonchatone. 719
Impudence and money, 107

gift of, 135

Ignorance mother of. 807

in a bad cause, 597

is a goddess, 472

starve for want of. 125
Impulse, a thing of. 62

becomes reason. 659

ill-considered. 626

manages badly, 583

of the moment. 6

of unrestrained. 532

one, from a vernal wood. 400

pupil of, 147
Impulses of deeper birth. 401
Impunitv. none provokes me with. 602
In. one is, the other out. 80
Inability suspends law. 559
Inactivity, wise and masterly, 204
Inanet quantum est in rebus, 621
Inattention, with patient, 209
Incapable of doing aught. 273
Incense, a little, puts a lot of things
right, 731

breath all. 53

is an abomination, 419

of the court, 692

of the God of Wine, 25

smoke, stupefying. 31
Incensed, he's flint, 295
Inch breaks no squares. 755

deep, knee-deep. 289

give him an. 783

in a miss as good as an ell. 747

too short as bad as an ell. 747
Inches, comes by ells and goes by. 807

God does not measure men by. 783

within two, of death. 115
IncidenU well linked. 96
Jneivere jaia serum est, 523
Inclination, each has his own. 589

to sin entails penalties. 632

treacherous. 43

vanquish your. 695

where there is, there is a way. 883
Inclinations, our. are alike. 521

to be subdued by discipline. 618
Incline, would Desdemona seriously, 323
Inclusion of one. exclusion of other. 563
Incoherent story, the. 449
Income tax return, a false, 144

twenty pounds. 113
1neomm.oda vitm, 523
Incomplete, the. 33
Incomprehensible, beautiful when. 130

for 'tis, 86
Inconcinna, gravisque, 494
Incongruous things of past. 83
Inconsolable to the minuet in Ariadne,

333
Inconstant person, no. 613
Inconvenience, light, is to be borne. 576
Inconvenient, nothing allowable. 606



Incorporate two In one. 321

Incorruptible, the sea-green, 71

Increase, he must. 429

Increased in wisdom and in stature. 428

Incredulity, vulgar, 274

Incredulus odi, 660

Inculto suh corpore, 495

Ind, Ormus ana of. 212

to Ind. from. 360
Inde faces ardent, 601
Ind4pendance, I'injustice A la fin pro-

duit, 719
Independence, a rocky island without
beach. 453

Britons prize, 146

of principle. 89

the Declaration of, 79

thy snirit. 338
Inderpendunt. ef this ain't to be. 198
Index, a daub at an. 148

expurgatory. 563

Lihrorum prohibitorum, 663 note

of the mind. 142

the soul's. 92

thunders in the. 317
Indexes to perfection, 149
India. 65 note
' knelt at her feet. 357
Indian, lo. the poor. 245
Indifference and hypocrisy. 410

cold. 266

sweet. 35
Indifferentism, mild, 29
Indigestion, sows hurry and reaps. 349
Indignatio^ facit, versum, 535
Indignation can no longer tear my
heart. 697

makes poetry. 535
Indignities lead to dignities. 10
Indignity, this harsh. 282
Indirect way often best. 667
Indiscretion, green, 138
Indispensable, no man, 833
Individual always mistaken. 130

could resent, no. 352

injustice to an. 181

is fooUsh. 41
Individuals form communities. 117

king greater than. 665

not to find fault with. 603
Individuality, whatever crushes. 211
Jndocilis pauperiem pati, 579
Indolence taken for patience, 809

was called wisdom, 700
Indolent ability does not rise. 637
Indulgence destroys vigour, 591

his weak. 218

Nature's wise, 241
Indulgent, not your worth, but that I

was, 614
Industria, ex, 532

omatur aonis, 560
Industry duly rewarded, 650

fortune's right hand. 809

God arives all things to. 784

is a loadstone. 48

makes all easy. 848

mother of fortune, 809

much, and little conscience, 828

no true, without fear of God. 188

nobility abateth, 10

nothing impossible to. 450. 664

of artificers. 9

parent of success. 809

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Industry, we flourish by. 564

will improve talents, 263
Inelesanoe of poverty. 22
Inepte, nil molitur, 650
IneauaJities and unfairnesseB. 83

llfe'i. 61
ln§rtia, itrenua no< exercet, 684
Jnertneu. power of. 708
Inevitable, folly to fear the. 685
Inexorabile fatum, 537
InfAme, icrasei I', 715
Infamia minor veto, 578
Infamy never groundless. 41

prefer, to taxation, 337

to die and not be missed. 391
Infant crying in the ni^rht. 366

mewlins and puking. 286

phenomenon. Ill

prattling on his knee. 42
Infants, clamorous, 98

stransre names to helpless. 102
Infant's breath, regular as. 86
Infants' skulls, hell paved with. 802

slumbers, like, 183
Infantine, somewhat of the, 33
Infatuation precedes destruction, 809
Infected, all seems. 244
Inferior, so live with an. 677

who is free. 218
Inferiors, live wits your, 371
Inferius quo nihil ease poteat, 609
Infidelity, indifference half. 40
Infidels adore. 244
Infinite riches in a little room. 204

what you see as good as. 71
Infinitum, proceed ad. 353
Infinity, grasp, 123
Infirm of purpose. 309
Infirmities, his friend's. 304
Infirmity, it is mine own. 439

of noble mind. 223
Infiuence. corrupt, 38

their selectest, 217

una wed by, 351
Information flow, in full fair tide. 80

only ask for. 113

to give, is your office, 478

where we can flnd. 177
Informers, men invented for the public

ruin. 616
Infortune, worst kind of, 77
Infra dig-* 564

ut 700
Infrequent, Deorum cultor, 631
Infringement of human. 242
Ingenia in occulto latent, 667, 700

oppresens faciliui quam revoca-
veriB, 510
Ingeniis camput, patet, 550
Ingenio auperavit, 544
Ingenium ingens, 495

par materix, 698

rea adversse nndare solent, 509
Ingenuas pectus coluiase per artei, 599
Jngenuum Veritas decet, n58
Ingle, a bleesing. 262
Inglorious arts of peace. 205

strife was not. 212

to the silent grave, 178
Inarata qum tuta, 565
Ingratitude barbs the dart. when. 333

besotted base. 223

rhild of prtde. 809

I hate. 289

marble-hearted fiend, 306



Ingratitude more strong. 304

shown by ungracious thanks. S€f

the world's reward. 862

worst of vices. 787
Ingredient, principal, 235
Inness into the world, 195
Inhabitant below, the poor. 43
Inheritance, a ruinous, 514

acquired by. not by labonr. 664

never ascends, 548

service no, 846
Inhuman ideas, such. 352
Inhumanity, no greater shame thss.

345
Iniquity, I lack, 322

reaped. 422
Initiis valida, sioatio languescunt, 616
Injin's fiesh ana bone. 36
Injure another to benefit himself. 615

power to, but no desire, 609
Injured, natural to hate whom f<3n
have. 643

no one. but by himself. 602

no one should be, 618

one. threatens many that hath. IM

without daring to complain. 5S0
Injures one, who. threatens many. 594
Injuria non fit volenti, 711
Injuriam nescire facere, 707
Injuries, a great mind despises. 581

are writ in brass, 206

from them that have the apper
hand. 12. 565

let some pass unnoticed. 612

made light of. disappear. 565

past, a worthy man forgets. 474

wilful men's schoolmasters. 306

written in marble, 809
Injury, bearing an old. invites a sev.
705

better receive than do. 485

ignorant how to do. 707

intended is injury done, 565

is long to relate. 578

makes a fool of a staid man. 183

may be by force or fraud. 524

may be hindered bv injury. 565

no man should profit by. 607

not done to a consenting partr. ^-^

produces injury. 578

serves as a lesson. 609

sooner forgotten than insult. 78

to prevent unproToked, 670

without loss. 565
Injustice, national, 145

not to punish injustice. 799

of the Just, 157

produces independence. 719

swift, erect. 256

thought used to warrant. 717
Ink. a small drop of. 61

Ball enough in thy. 289
ide in his own. 262

Inn. ease in mine. 294

find in an. a place of rest. 91
from life as from an 532 ^

happiness produced by a good, i^
bence from an, 108
that goes to a good. 790
warmest welcome at an. 332
where travellers bait, 174
world's an. 126

Inn's worst room, 249

Innocence a child. 124
and health. 146



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Innocence aihamed of nothing. 729

better than eloanence, 670

bowert of. 146

darei not. what is it. 135

Folly and. 94

hat a friend in Hearen, 734

iniolyent, 96

is strong. 403

modesty does not sarrlYe. 41

my infant, 268

no courage but in. 339

should be unsuspicious. 188

silence of pure. 289

stumbles on. 49

the best of all things. 133
Innocent and quiet, minds. 348

arch. 360

are gay. 98

as gay. 407

to calumniate the. 708

who spares the guilty threatens the.

Innovate is not to reform. 40
InnoTations. example of time, 10
Innovator, conserrator. or. 71

the greatest. 10
Inopea in divitiiB, 560
Inopia ex eopia, 6iB3

ea hac, quia cajtiam, 664
Inops Quicunque cupit, 672
Inquest of the nation. 41
Inquinari nolo ignavo sanguine^ 535
Inquisition, with the. hush. 737. 887
Inquisitiye. be not. 615

the. always ill-natured, 513
Inquisitor, recording chief. 30
Insania aliena frui, 629
Insanity, a degree of. 176
Inscriptions, lapidary. 176
Inscrutable, invisible. 277

the old man stood. 62
Insect, so grovelling an. 352
Insects of the hour. 39
Inside, sret. and pull the blinds down,

465
Insight, a moment's. 166

makes all others dim. 29
Insignificancy and an earldom. 79
Insinuations, devil's rhetoric. 734
Insipid, life grows, 1

things. 1&
Insolence precursor of destruction. 478



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