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Killibeate, the. 111
Killin', ninepunce a day for, 197
Killing himself with efforts. 558

nine years a, 324
Kills a reasonable creature. 226

the imafire of God. 226
Kiln calls the oven burnt-house. 862
Kin, a little more than, 311

folk canna help a* their. 779

makes the whole world, 301

pity and need make all flesh. 4
Kind, and she was. 341

as she is fair. 277

be. O Change, 235

coarsely, 176

deeds, with coldness still returning,
401

he was so, 359

hearts are more than eoroneta. 361

heaven, 2

means, by. if you can, 676

thy crime was to be, 59

we cannot be, 367
Kinder und Narren, 766
Kindles, hand that. 56
Kindlier nature, man of, 402
Kindly hand, gifts given with a. 489



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Kindly uie 'em«they rebel, 164
Kindneu, a cup o\ 46

and of love, acts of, 395

begets kindneu, 480, 814

cannot be boueht, 814

comes o' will, 814

breaks no bone, 777

deeds of. 238

frive him all, 305

in another's trouble, 150

indigestible, 371

knows no repentance, 480

little deeds of, 447

more than enough. 668

nobler than revenge, 287

not in ane side o' the house, 814

nothing so popular, 605

o'eroomes a dislike, 814

one, requires another, 837

or knavery, 240

persistent, conquers. 706

produces kindness. 499

save in the way of. 376

that bringing up called. 591

will creep. 814
Kindnesses written in dust. 809
Kindred, betrayed by one's. 781

dear, to. 69

drop, not a, 65

poor have no. 833
King, a, and an augur. 665

abuse the. who flatter. 326

and his faithful subjects. 40

and the Inquisition. 737. 887

as easily as a. 303

bein^ safe, they are agreed, 663

by blood a. 367

can do no wrong, 859. 665

can do nothing but by law. 605

can make a belted knight 47

cannot deceive or be deceived, 665

cannot make a gentleman, 40

cares awake a, 24

conscience of the, 315

destined to perish. 658

dish for a. 290

doth hedge a. 318

enjoys his own again, till the. 444

every inch a. 306

exists for the kingdom. 665

follow the, 368

from an anointed, 292

God bless the. 51

God save our gracious. 69

goes as far as he dares. 859

greater than a. 92

greater than individuals. 665

greater than the. 241

nappy as a. 663

has whispered, know what the, 651

he is, who fears nothing. 665

he is, who will desire nothing. 666

himself has followed. 148

honour the, 436

I served my, 301

I would not be a, 100

is dead, long live the king, 723

lessened my esteem of a. 240

liberty, pleasing under a. 636

Uke. Uke law. 818

long live the. 98

looks he Uke a. 292

Lords, and Commons. 40

loses his right where nothing's to
be had. 882



King, nearest the, nearest the widdie

829
neither, nor people, but both« 600
never diet. 6lS. 859
no time runs against the. 619
observing with judicious eyes. 376
of Arums, 17
of good fellows. 296
of Kiligs. Judgment of the. 369
of Kuigs. ^e more regaL 663
of shreds and patches. 317
of Terrors is the prince of peace. 417
office of a. 219
one. one ruler, 476
pattern for a, 107
people, and law, 642
poet, prophet. 72
reigns and does not govern. 723
reigns, but does not govern. 665
save the. 667
sees thee still. 160
servant of. is king. 863
shake hands with a. 155
should prefer country to childreiL

640
suffer not the old. 186
the name of. 276
the, will consider it. 723
the. wUls it. 723
to be. 308
to have things cheaply, impossibli

for. 240 ^^

to reverence the. 370
too weak, 104

truest liberty under a. 620
under which. 295
well to be born a. 497
were he seven times. 357
what Is a. 258
who loves the law. 100
who would wish to be thy. 271
wishes, the law wills. 878
Kings, a poor man may excel. 543

alone, no more than single men. Bl<

and bears worry their keepers. 814

and the sword of justice. 107

are earth's gods, 326

are like stars. 331

are little in their grandeur. 329

are out of play. 814

barbaric, 212

by grasping more. 107

cannot buy knowledge. 9

come bow to it. bid. 290

court'sey to great, 2%

divine right of, 116. 343

do not trouble about all trifles, ill

note
dread and fear of. 285
fall of many, 310
few. die a natural death. 486
fight for kingdoms. 126
food of. 185

forbidden to have friends. 181
go mad. the Greeks suffer. 517
good of subjeoto the end of. 107
good of subjects their end. 107
grasping more, 107
halls and nalaoes of. 681
haUs of, 495
happiness mixed. 663
have long arms, 815
have long ears. 815
have long hands, 491, 81S
have many ears. 815



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Kinn hare many ean and eyea. 594

naye their good points. 714

he shall stand before, 417

I pity, 95

I trust not, 256

in awe, keep. 105

in the hearts of. 285

it makes gods, 299

JoTe, sovereign of. 663

last argument of. 697

lays his icy hand on, 334

learned Justice, 246

leavings excel lords' bounty, 815

let, yield before songs, 505

lovers of low company, 39

men made for. or kings for men. 68

mostly rapscallions, 83

of Brentford. 98

of modern thought, 5

our temperate, d65

people's silence the lesson of, 723

poor magnificence of. 374

pride of, 245

puller-down of, 298

reported of as in heaven. 653

right divine of, 252

senates, courts, and. 66

sprung from ancient. 495

struck anointed. 289

suspect good men. 663

the breath of, 42

the fall of. 23

the life of. 4

the power of. 339

the sport of. 339

the wrath of. 255. 546

they are no, 107

to calm contending. 327

to ruin, 122

to steer an equal course, 121

true strength of guilty. 6

try men with drink. 663

'twere good that, 269

tyrants from policy. 39

upon their coronation day. 123

wnat friends have not courage to
recommend to, 467

wise by association with the wise, 478

would not play at, 100
King's a king, 120

evil, 663

example more powerful than edicts,

example rules the community, 663

name, 299

remembrance, fits a. 313

right oreferred to a subject's. 647
Eings^ caff, better than others' corn. 814

cheese goes half in parings. 745

riches their subjects hearts. 629
Kinedom and the power. 241

for a horse, 300

for a man. 300 note

insecure without law and religion,
696

mind to me a, 128

was too small, 294

you are in your. 562
Kingdom's safeguards, not armies. 612
Kinsrly action to help the fallen. 663

line, longest, 274
Kingship, giver of, 159

nobility and, 83
Kinsfolk, many, few friends. 824. 781
Kinsmen bade her give her hand. 269



Kipling, Tommy's laureate, 380

EUrk, rives the. to thatch the choir. 793

yairnis na dignity. 199

yard, mends not the, 818
Kirtle, near the, nearer the sark. 766
Kiss, a clinging, 369

a long. long. 61

a sigh, and so away. 103

ae fond, 46

again with tears, 364

and be friends, 815

and part. 120

if you'll blow to me a. 336

Uke Dian's, 193

lisping lass is good to. 746

long as my exile. 302

me, and be quiet. 226

me and say good-bye. 189

more. one. 46 note

of peace. 630

of the sun for pardon. 449

one fond. 119

one long. 361

snatched hasty, 374

the books outside. 95

the child for the nurse's sake, 824

the girls. 31

the oppressor's hand. 557

the parson's wife. 800

the place to make it well. 359

them all at once. 62

to choose, half a. 290

to convey from my Ups. 207

trait'rous, 18

waste his whole heart in a. 363
Kisses, dear as remembered. 364

from a female mouth. 56

I do not care for nnsnatched. 497

stolen, 173. 851

you've forgotten my. 355
Kissed each other's cheek. 144

his soul awav. 387

thee ere I killed thee. 325
Kisseth everything it meets. 7
Kissing goes by favour. 815

her that tauf ht me, 357

meant for, 298

Steele on, 347

the inventor of, 447
Kitchen, caught by savour of his, 603

communities begin with their, 767

fat, lean legacy. 741

fires, two on one hearth. 875

little, makes a largo house. 745

make a fire in the. 444

taste better than smell. 863

thoughts of the. 684
Kite, his paper, may" fly. 332

lark's leg worth the body of a, 837

will never make a good hawk. 740
Kites and crows, city of. 302
Kitten, and cry mew. 293
Kleef, Jan Van. van de /amilie, 738
KlUgste, der, gieht rach, 888
Knacks, those pretty. 108
Knave and an honest man, distinguish
between, 692

auld, is nae bairn. 756

if ye would know a. 806

more, better luck. 860

on honesty's plain rule, 96

once, always knave. 836

playing the. 240

slipper and subtle. 323
Knaves alL sjrant. 315



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Knaves and fools divide the world. 815

fall out. when. 880

little better than false. 280

misbegotten. 293

repose and ratten, 238

starve not in the land of fools. 80

these kind of. 306

untaught. 293

whip me such honest. 322
Knaves success entices many. 686
Knavery may serve. 802
Knee, fought on his. 441

hinges of the. 316

religion not in the. 175

strike below the. 272

the civility of my, 25
Knees, bow, stubborn. 317

down on your, 287

supple, feed arrogance. 851

wealcest saint upon hia. 94
Kneel, cannot choose but. 182
Kneeling ne'er spoiled silk stocking. 161
Knell is rung. 88

that summons thee. 309

the shroud, the mattock. 407
Kneller, Sir Godfrey, 1, 124
Knew all his shapes. 273

you once. I. 3l
Knife, eats peas with a. 144

even, carry your, 765

leaves me under the, 543

licks his. 790

one. keeps another in sheath, 838
Knight, a belted, 47

a gentle. 344

a more deserving, 126

a noble, 274

a veray parflt gentil. 74

a worthy, 405

and B.A.. 31

better, than servant, 882

brought out a noble. 370

carpet, so trim, 269

died a gallant, 270

Ood's, 354

he was a gentyll, 441

her own true, 68

is a much stronger Tory, 2

never was, like Lochinvar, 270

of no bad repute. 600

•acred name of. 297

sire was a. 273

the youthful. 344
KnighU, carpet, 142

flower of, 355
Knights' bones are dust, 86
Knitting and withal singing. 334
Knock, and it shall be opened, 425

as you please, 255
Knocked at his wife's head, 170
Knocker, tie up the, 250
Knocks boldly who brings good news,

792
Knot, for a vile, a tool to match, 584

who tieth not a. 799
Knots, fools tie, 780
Know all except myself, 716

all, pretend to, 651

all ye need to, 182

and be known. 89

and love virtue. 231

anyone, it requires long time to, 452

anything better, if you. 676

be ignorant of what you do not, 694

better than we do. 130



Know everything. 231

everything, to. not allowed* 600

her was to love, 264

him now. we, 368

how little mortals. 409

is not to know, unless it is known, 669

it is not safe to. 105

me. not to, 216

me when we meet. 285

more they, worse they be, 190

never let nim. 188

never, till you have tried. 889

not what tney do. 429

nothing, the happiest life. 606

ourselves, teach us to. 106

safety for young men to, 616

that which they know not. 9

then thyself. 245

things which never happened, 651

thirst to, 385

this only, to, 220

thyseU. 450. 469

thyself, a precept from heaven. S24

to esteem, to love. 86

to know no more, 215

what can we, 106

what shall be, useless to. 599

what we are, we, 318

what we, we speak. 660

what you. avails nothing. 660

wiser than we, 130

you know, want to, 114

you yourselves do, 304

yourself. 450, 616. 716

yourself (ken yoursel'). 814
Knoweth, man is but what he. 9
Knowing, be more, than yon seem. SI

nothing, everything believe. 79

nothing is the sweetest life. 471

whatever was not worth the. 197
Knows, builds better than he. 129

he knows little. 792

it as well as his Lord's Prayer. 791

melody sweeter than he, 129

most doubts not, 33

most, says least, 885

most, who, 73

the world, but not himself. 716

this, almost everyone. 670

who. knows. 652
Knowledge a rich storehouse. 7

action not. 173

all valuable, 38

and wisdom far from being one. IM

antidote to fear, 129

better than valour. 473

book of, 214

bought in market, 83

by suffering, 28

cannot go beyond experience. 198

clears perturbations, 9

comes, 362

desire of, 347

duly weiffhed, 266

folly, unless grace guide it. 815

frow, let, 366
alf our, 248
has its value, 721 ^_^

hath clipped the lightning. 377
he that increaseth. 418
high, to pursue. 73
highest perfection of. 107
human kingdom of, 9
in the making. 226
is a steep, 833



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Knowledge is dangeroui. if a little, 173

is ourselTes to know. 247

is power, 15. 696. 815

is proud. 100

is strong. 266

is sympathy. 383

jealons religion adverse to. 9

leads to woe. 20

like a headstrong horse. 261

madness, without sense. 815

makes one laugh. 815

man without. 173

man's soyereignty. 9

mines of. 227

no burden. 815

no. no sin. 883

no other power. 7

not In oraer. 344

nothing, unless someone knows you
know. 669. 699

of himself, no man has mastered
the. 736

of man as the waters. 7

of two kinds. 177

our. is ignorance. 669

our soundest, to know that we know
him not. 518 note

perfection of. 107

provoked by liberty of speech. 8

pnfleth up. 432

pursuit of under difSculties. 24

seas of. 108

so vast. 43

that deepens pain. 236

the beginning of all. 71

the book of. 148

the key of. 429

the wing wherewith we Hy. 297

tree of. 57

unseen, useless. 669

without justice, 669

wonderful sweetness in. 589

words without, 414
Known, needs only to be. 124

of all. but unknown to himself,
716

one. you have known all. 698

so much, wish I had not. 348

to be for ever. 93

to himself, every man. 774

to men too well, to himself un-
known. 558

to profess that nothing can be. 607
Koina ta t6n phildn, 473
K6In, 87

KoloiOB para koloid. 467
Koran, carnage and the. 230

S notations from the. 466
usko, 65
Krambe, dw, 470
KtSma 68 aei, 473
Kiiche, fette, magere Erhschaft, 741
Kunst, /letter ist die» 734
Kutist macht Quntt, 757
Kynde witt (oommonsense). 189



L.S.jXocaB signu, 578

La Place, reply of. to Napoleon. 729

hdhitur et lahetur, 668

Labor ineptiarum, 685

limm, 677

omnia vineitt 674



Labor omnibut idem, 628

viam fecit, 681
Lab orate est or are, 574. 842
Laborat qui, orat, 650
Labor eu, jucundt acti. 571
Laborious ease. 99
Laborum certa requies, 664
Labour, a youth of. 146

all things full of. 418

all this, was wasted. 555

and are heavy laden. 426

and diligence, genius is. 782

and intent study. 225

and pleasure, kinship of. 574

and sorrow, their strength then but.
439

and to wait, learn to. 193

and virtue, learn from me, 520

as long lived. 815

beguiUng the. 591

better owe to. 187

carpet-dusting not the imperative,
26

dignity in. 351

dire it is, and weary woe. 375

done, and all my. 358

effects of unremitted. 40

endure, old age comes. 524

freedom, hand-in-hand with, 390

gods sell all things for. 480, 520

habit teaches. 581

has a bitter root. 815

his business. 80

honest. 107. 377

I could live for months without. 25

immoderate, exhausts. 630

in all. there is profit. 416

in vain. 434

is but refreshment. 227

is there good without, 491

is to pray. 650 note .

itself a deUght. 573

itself a pleasure. 574

leisure the reward of. 816

lessened by seal for knowledge, 557

little. Uttle gains. 163

little, much health, 745

made for honest, 386

makes us insensible to sorrow, 574

man born to, 554

manual, 145

music solace of, 574

must be to pervert, 211

no period of rest from, 618

nobUity of, 193

not disigraceful. 471

nothing given except with, 607

nothing with. 160

of doing nothing. 347

of love. 435

of love, your work and. 435

over, honour remains. 676

overcomes all things, 574

reputation not equal to. 547

soon, we labour late, 44

talent for, 782

that proceedeth of love, 438

the best appetiser, 629

the end of, 350

the endless, 21

the same, to all, 628

they who always. 40 , ^^

unavailing without talent, 597

nnrejoicing, 234

warms, 815



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Labour, we delight in. 309

what profit hath man of all hia.

what regloii U not full of our. 646

with difflcnlty and. 214

without pains and, 3

seal diminishing the. 684
Labours accomplished, 485

and prays, who. 651

and thnres. he that. 797

children sweeten. 9

remembrance of past. 685

restored to greater, 612

tire, no, 175

who. prays. 650
Labour's batn. sore. 309

done. 103
Laboured more abundantly 433
Labourer is worthy of his hire. 428
Labourers are few. 426
Labourer's task is o'er, 128
Labouring man has often spoken to the
purpose, 477

man, sweet to the. 37

people, why poor. 40
Labuntur anni, 626
Labyrinth, bellowing of the. 593
Lace, daubed with gold. 353
Laces, tying up her. 209
Lachen una Weinen in einem Sack, 845

Weinen, Lust und Schmert, 735
Lack of money. 199
Lackey, hell locked against a, 879
Lacrtma?. inde irse et, 563

volvuntur inanes, 687
Lacrumula, una faUa, 697
Lacrymm rerum, BunU 687
Lacrymia, nemo me decoret» 711 note
Lad, a dear-loved. 43

unhappy, may make good man, 748
Lads and girls, golden. 307

will be men. 815
Ladder, begin at lowest step of the. 851

of our vices we can frame a. 195

turns his back, unto the. 303
Laddie's dear sel' he lo'es dearest o' a',

46
Lade nicht Alles in ein Schiff, 770
Ladies be but young and fair. 286

boys, and maidens. 585

intellectual, lords of. 60

of both sexes. 114

of St. James's. 118

whose bright eyes, 221

whose smile embroiled. 384
Ladies' hearts he did trepan. 42

man. 644
Lady, beloved and lovely. 191

doth protest too much. 316

every, would be queen. 248

excellent and aged, 702

faint heart, fair. 137

gay, hath got the. 328

frentle. 225
nsult to call her a young, 349
long did I love this. 208
of incisive features, 210
ought not to drink. 17
some men must love my. 281
strange riddle of a, 49
thy. constant, kind and dear. 271
you a. and I a lady. 805
Lady's head-dress. 2

in the case, when a. 142

grace, our. good heart and, 278



Ladyship, her humorous. 290
Lady-smocks all silver white. 282
La;tt, prater Bolitum, dulcedine, 604
LaiiBer le jeu tant qu'il est beau, 881
LaiBBeg faire, laiBBea pasBer, 721
LaktiMetn, proa kentra, 478
Lake. Just kissed the, 271

reflected on the, 158
Lalage already seeks a husband. 571
Lamb. C. epitaph. 73

as soon goes the. as the old sheep. 7SI
brought to the slaughter. 421

B) to bed with the. 783
e who made the. 22

Mary had a litUe. 446

of God. behold the. 525

one dead, is there, 194

pet, a cross ram. 747

the trembling. 2^

to snatch from the wolf. 579

to the slaughter, as a. 421

wolf shall dwell with the. 421
Lambs could not forgive. 112

to see the young. 386
Lamb's skin comes as soon to markft.

758
Lame goeth as far as the staggerer. Sal

live with the. you learn to limp. 6?4

man, if you live near a. 675

punishment is. 843

who reproves the. 104
Lameness a memento of valour. 661
Lament by Nature's ordinance. 5M

she is pleased if thou. 444
Laments of no avail, 655

truly, who laments alone. 557
Lamentation, no, can loose. 5

put away excessive, 638

the fool makes. 721

with a long, 356
Lamented, by none more, 594

to be. rather than defended. S16
Lamenting, he was left. 68
Lammas, after, com ripens by m^

752
Lamp, light your, before dark. BIT

of sane benevolence. 209

of the world. 358

slaves of the, 4

smell of the. 454

smelU of the. 473. 579. 624

the bridal, 217

to light another's, from your o«a
654

unto mv feet. 415
Lamps are burned, when all our. VH

frosty. 210

in noisome air. 86

in sepulchres. 253

numberless. 36

those glorious. 266

to be passed on. 473
Lancashire law, 465
Jjancaster. time-honoured. 291
Lancelot brave, not even. 369

not. nor another, 370
Land, a blatant. 368

adieu my native. 192

an unknown. 692

and the pleasant. 238

back turned to the promised, tn

being on. settle. 760

bowels of the. 299

chosen and onainless. 357

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Land, each, fosten its own art. 479
every, hia own to a brave man. 468,

625
every, to produce all it reqniret, 628
fiffht for sach a, 269
flowing with milk and honey. 411
for. takes a fool by the hand. 823
forget, not vet may the. 356
gay sprightly, 145
gives one position. 392
God and yonr native. 155
good, bad travelling. 865
greater dangers remain by. 622
has but his own. 358
he that buys. 794
I see. 469

I would not change my native, 386
iU fares the. 146
in which he died. 226
leave our native. 616
learn to labour with. 190
like master, like. 818
little, well tilled. 745
living he was the. 187
love of one's, is sweet, 738
loved her for her. 269
my own. my native. 272
native, all affections summed up. in

love of. 503
Nature has made no one lord of

this piece of. 643
never lost for want of heir. 815
no maiden. 355
not afraid to die for his. 612
o' the leal. 236
of brown heath. 272
of lost gods. 52
of meanness. 58
of my sires, 272
of the free. 68
of the mountain. 272
of war and crimes. 52
of Wordsworth. 384
on ^he. settle. 836
on this delightful. 215
one foot on. 886
plenty o'er a smiling. 152
powerful in arms, rich in soil. 692
rats and water rata. 283
ready made, buv, 780
reposed, her, 360
smoke of our own. 632
soil of our native. 681
sooner die on the. 170
splendid and a happy. 147
that pave you birth. 236
that has taught us. 231
the better. 159
the happy. 2
the indignant, 341
the silent, 265
they love their, 155
to that loved, 41

to watch from, difficulties at sea. 685
trade of owning. 72
we from our fathers had in trust,

398
where sorrow is unknown. 102
who buys, buys war. 196
who has. has labour. 796
who has. has quarrels. 796
worth of. is according to a man's

worth. 747
IJands, all. open to brave men. 660
best compost for the. 163

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lAUds. in heathen. 561

other, beneath another sun, 373

rich in, and money, 521

very rich in. 521

why change for other. 653
Landing-place, he gained the. 272
Landlady, after him hurried. 16

and Tam grew gracious. 44
Landlord. Quick, makes careful -tenant,

748
Landlord's laugh, 44
Landmark, the ancient, 417
Landscape and landscape, 130

glimmering. 151

scowls o'er the darkened. 213

tire, when will the. 128
Lane, long, that has no turning, 810
Lang syne, was made, 42
Lange iat nicht ewig, 780

leben heiat viele UherUhen, 735
Language a poor lantern. 349

a various, 35

all metaphors, 71

best my true tongue could teU me,
208

boast of their, 162

Ohatham's. 98

command of. 202

command of a kind of. 202

dress of thought. 177

heart doth need a, 87

his great. 33

I Uke our. 162

is fossil poetry. 130

is painful. 157

keep yourself from licence in. 648

not good that all understand not,

not powerful enough, 111

•of the cultivated class. 704

of the heart. 250

or abuse, bad, 143

quaint and olden. 192
Languages, especially the dead. 60

great feast of. 281

mortals have many, immortals, one.
477

of a moiety of. 515

of earth are many. 594

the two. 599

worth as many men as you know.
661
Languid, art thou. 236
Languor is not in your heart. 5
Lanky man is lasy. 464
LamaB, las cafiaB se vuelven, 844
Lad mi piateue, 473
liaodiceans, church of the. 436
Lap. as in my mother's. 218

into thy mother's, 218
Laptui calami. 574

lingum, 574
Largiri de alieno, 535
Lark, even the, is melodious. 471

hark, hark. the. 307

is so brimful of gladness. 84

leg of a. better than kite's body,
745

more blithe, no. 21

musical to the uninstructed. 567

now leaves. 105

one leg of a. 837

pilgrim of the sky, 395

rise with the. 173. 783

shrill sweet. 167



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Lark linffinff till hia heayen fllls. 209

that tirra-lirra chants. 290

the beay, 75

the holy, 26

up Ivringi the, 372
Larks, as. live by leeks. 822

to fall ready roasted. 716
Lash of his own stubborn tail. 121

the age. 254
Lass, a man may kiss a bonny. 46

a penniless, 236

drink to the, 333

honest man may like a. 45

prey upon the. 154

wi* a tocher. 47

wi' the weel-stockit farms. 47
Lasses, a' are ffuid. 739

brittle ware. 783

he dearly loved the. 45

little, amaze, 819

then she made the. 45
Lassie, what can a young, 46
Lasso rixam quxrit 483
Last and shine, shall. 23

come, worst served. 815

comer, to the. the bones, 816

each day as if thy. 120

for ever, 529

he that comes, 794

not least, 346

not least in love, 303

of the Romans, 305

shuU the door, 794

stage, things are come to the, 703

to arrive are best loved, 859

to come, when wanted most, 396



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