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like little. 351
Michael Angelo for breakfsst, n

Angelo. Italy from destgnf by. »

Angelo. motto, 736
Michal. dear. 28
Michel. Saint. 871
Miching mallecho. this is. 316
Mickle. mony pickles make ». K*
Microcosm of a public school n<

woman a. 138
Microscopes, gas. 111
Microscopic for defect. 239
Midas, food for. 284

rocked the cradle. 170
Midas-eared Mammonism. 71
Middle age of man, 63 ^,

age. on his bold visage, 271

ages, 14 note

affes, the barbarous, 63

(class) excellent. 459 _

class we must look, to the. **^

course is beet. 468

course safest, 561. 586

course, steer a. 207

state, grant me a. 204

state, life's, 101

times of the world. 14
Middlesex, an acre in. 202



Juries. 210
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MiddUng pace, a 90

Midnight, and yet no eye. 341
chime, the. 167
chimes at, 295
crew. 162

iron tongue of, 283
not to be a-bed after. 288
oil, 260 _

on her starry throne. 329
out of his bed at. 293
shout and revelry. 223
the dead of. 16



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Midniffht. thy dark penoU, 408

yet not a nose, 336
Midnight's starry heaven, 188
Hid-noon, risen on, 216
Midst of the matter, 561
Midsummer madness, 289
Mien, the distant. 55

the elder lady's, 271
Mieux sera, 866

tout est pour le, 730
Miffht, a handful of. 826

do it with thy, 418

have been, 157

have been, it, 389

have-been, my name is, 266

have been, we, 188

is ricrht, 826

is, where, the right is, 357

lawless, 20

not always right, 826

overcomes right, 826

resisting, 124^

that makes a title. 104

the measure of right. 588
Mightiest in the mightiest. 285
Might'st have been, what thou, 270
Mighty by sacrifice, 187

fallen, how are the, 412

mean and, 307

men shall be mightily tormented.
423

shrine of the, 54
Mignonette, 100 note
Mild, drawed. 112

mannered away from home, 567
Mildness and self renouncement, 6

ethereal, 372
Mile, every, is two in winter, 775

one Scottish, 360

sad tires in a, 290
Miles, make short the, 823
Miles horridtLS, 682

turpe aeneoB, 695
Militare, vivere est, 710
Military genius wanting in subtlety. 510

gent I see. a. 371

service, religion the bond of, 641

service, the merchant extols, 621

stupidity, 478
Militia est potior, 621
Militia of the pen, black, 410
Milk a he-goat. 593

and water, 67

big drops mingling with the, 189

crying over spilt, 812

not more like to milk. 603

of human kindness, 40. 308

of kindness into curds, 166

on wine or beer. 807

seas of, 238

streams of. 540

turning into sweet, 182

the cow which is near. 478

wash, from your liver, 807

weeping over shed. 812

welcomes wine, 826
Milky way. face like the, 351

way, solar walk or, 245
Mill and Spencer had not said the last
word, 382

cannot grind with water past, 119. 860

clack, in vain is the, 809

first to the. first grinding, 779

gets by going. 860

grinds at my, 791



MiU. in for a. 808

more water glideth by the, 325

much water goeth by the, 828

stone does not become moss-grown,
748 «

turn the, while there is sugar-cane,
822

water that drives the, 150

who avoids the, gets no flour, 650
Mills and wives, 826

of God grind slowly. 196

of the gods, 785
Miller, a Jolly, 21

and yet an honest man, 774

call a man a thief, shall a. 136

draws water to his own mill. 775

he hecht her a heart, 47

honest, has a golden thumb. 794

honest, has hair on his teeth. 774
Millers take the beat grinding, 774

tailors, weavers, 774
Milliner, perfumed like a, 293
Millinery, mass of, 367
Million, pleased not the. 314
Millions, boldly speak ten wrong. 237

died that Csesar might bo great. 65

of spiritual creatures, 215

ready saddled and bridled, 203. 460

richer than. 133

tear-wrung, 59

thanks of, 155

the twenty-seven, mostly fools. 72
Millstone hanged about his neck, 429

the lower, grinds, 860

the nether, 414

who shuns the. 475, 650
Millstones, eyes drop, 299
Milo's end. remember, 114
Milton, 125 note. 152 note

Oarlyle's paraphrase of. 70

held, faith and morals which. 398

mute, inglorious. 152

the divine, 402

the path of. 404

the prince of poets. 61

the sightless. 399

thou snouldst be living, 398

with his death and sin, 410
Milton's faith. 357

golden lyre, 3

kindred, 383
Minaret, cupola or. 270
Mince this matter. 323
.Mind, a blameless. 566

a good, possesses a kingdom. 587

a grateful, 214

a great, despises great things. 581

a great, is calm, 581

a great, speaks with more ease, 5&2

a healthy, in a healthy body, 629

a man's, is himself, 587

a miracle of. 90

a, moves the mass. 587

a quiet. 380

a sick, cannot bear harshness, 587

a troubled, 135

a well-balanced, 684

a well-regulated. 674

ages with the body. 645

an even, in adverse circumstances.
487

an evenly-balanced, 659. 671

an evil, bides its teeth. 583

bad. bad disposition, 583

banquet of the. 257



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Mind, be of resolate, 694
be ye all of one, 436
bettering of my, 276
body, or estate, 437
cannot follow it. 73
commands and obtains, 492
conquer your, 695
conscious of rectitade, 587
culture of, 492

discipline strengthens the, 522
diseased, minister to a, 310
diseases of the, 591
does not know what the mind is, 646
each man has his own turn of, 685
ennobles, not blood, 860
equality is seated in the, 21
farewell the tranquil, 324
food of the. 522. 630
frame the, to be pliant and obedient,

8
free from fear of death. 641
free from insolent triumph, 487
good, good find. 786
grew worse and worse. 394
grows and ages with the body, 51S
guanoed her, 116
nappy in the present. 574
haunts the guilty, 298
hidden in the, 614
his wavering, 492
I want to light up my own, 32
ill suits a manly, 256
is born with the body, 545
is free, 120
is in the dishes, 492
is its own place, 212
is pitched, as the, 100
is the man, 9
just suited to our, 67
lust infirmity of noble. 223
lay aside their rustic, 634
let extend thy, 219
look to the, not the appearance, 469
loves free space, 860
magic of the. 55

make allowance for a wounded. 631
makes noble. 492
man's unconquerable, 398
march of the human, 38
Meccas of the. 155
miserable state of, 10
nature's first great title. 106
never spoke out his, 557
not in my perfect. 307
not to be onanged. 212
nothing great but. 155
nurture your, 116
O, what a noble, 315
of diviner pattern, 564
of man. nature of, 7
only centres in the, 14^
ordains, what the. it achieves, 653
outbreak of a fiery, 313
pain of, worse than of body, 522
perfect, is a dry light, 579
reacts m sickness, 561
recesses of the. 588
relax your. 662
release the. 681
remains unconquered. 587
remains unshaken. 587
resolved, hath no cares, 862
resolute, free, 342
restrain your, 507
reverting to things of earth, 73



Mind, rule your. 492. 569

should not be orer-elated nor offr
depressed, 515

sins, not the body. 587

so various the human. 104

strength of. 887 note

talking with my. 29

that boildB for aye. 396

that cannot yield. 256

that fixed* 211

that maketh good or ill, 345

that very fiery particle, 63

the desires of tne, 7

the dupe of the heart, 719

the force of the, 710

the human, in mins, 106

the ignoble. 246

the wheels of oar. 8

think, and ne'er disclose her, 311

thy manly, 136

to a resolved, 136

to me a kingdom is. 128, 443

to me an empire, 343

troubled, eye blind. 856

turned inward. 402

unburdened plays, 687

undisturbed, 578

untutored, 245

weak in. 559

wealth expels not tumu1t« of. 611

where is most, is least fortune. 69f

with even. 521

with love o'erfiowinif. 397

wise man master of nis. 492

would we were all of one, 308
Minds affected by our affairs, 643

aloof from other, 360

all things can cormpt perverted, G(

and manners preserved in poe^
writings. 600

are many, 236

are not ever craving, 103

by nature great. 266

evil, change good, 330

gems of noble, 26

great, think alike, 787

honest, and active men, 139

ignoble, 164

improvement, the, 351

innocent and quiet. 196

many, one heart, 824

men s capacious, 104

mighty, in stunted body, 564

mortal or immortal, 212

of all men, 2

of old, mighty. 340

of men, how wretched the. 628

BO divided, 135

terrified by hope and fear, 681

that have nothing to confer. ^

twins in, 547

unsound, if you feed, yon poiB*
875

weak, led captive. 219

wedlock of. 580
Mind's the standard of the man. 387
Mine, and I will have it, 284

be rugged, though the. 136

is yours, 279

on fiame, 83

they are, I will say. 629
Mines and caves, 7

one yard below their, 317
Miner, the fettered. 548
Minerva, a sow to, 699



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Minerra, baskets of, 612

the deadly ffift of. 523

no favourable, nothing said or done,
694

unwillinff, 668
Minervam, iu», 688
MiDirle, in one another's beinr, 332

mlnsle, 310

shades of Joy and woe, 274
Minffling in wild disorder, 273
Miniature, a lock of hair, 258
Minima de malts. 835

omnia reges non curant, 515 not9
Minion, curled, 4
Minions too ffreat, 104
Minister, an upriirht. 89

by the weakest, 288

every tune of every, 87

hanff it the. 443

maul a, 352

one fair spirit for my, 64

or pendulum. 181

to a mind diaeased, 310
Ministers are mortal, 124

are seldom true. 200
Mininterium triite, 694
Ministry, merit of a. 181
Minnow, lose a. to catch a salmon. 889

lost to catch a salmon, 744
Minor pants for twenty-one, 251
Minor, st, esse voluit, 675
Minors protected by law, 661
Minstrel, ethereal, 395

lead this. 397

raptures, for him no, 272

sin? us now. 241

was infirm and old. 271
Minstrels of the morn. 374
Minstrel's strain, 269
Minstrelsy, wine and, 269
Minute, supnliance of a. 312

thousandth part of a. 287
Minutes bring: us more. 242

Just fifteen. 98

thus the little. 238

yet what. 57
MirahiU dictu, 589
Miracle, a lover true. 91

instead of wit. 410

never wrought to convert an atheist.
7

of men. 220, 296

of mind. 90

of symmetry. 361
Miracles, age of. is ever here, 732 not9

are to those who believe. 826

for them are wrought, 234

no longer any, 732

saint without, has few pilgrims, 863
Miracula ruirrdhant, 700
Miraculi causa, 507. 606
MiroT magis, 611
Mirror, as in a, 689

before the laughing. 209

best, an old friend, 853

its warped, 346

of self love. 206

pride grows by the. 669

reflects, without being sullied. 858

thou glorious. 54

vex you to look in your, 692

what has a blind man to do with
a, 479

what you see in. Is not in, 879

woman's heart like a, 722



Mirrour of alle curtesie. 75
Mirth, an ounce of, 19

and innocence, 57

and laughter. 61

and no madness. 335

and spleen, 2

and tears, her humblest, 396

and wit and gaiety, 93

and youth and warm desire, 225

can conquer fortune's spite, 80

can into folly glide. 273

limit of becoming, 281

losinff some hue of his, 209

mixed wisdom with, 147

not a string attuned to, 168

prolongeth life. 379

that does not make friends ashamed,
382

that no repenting draws, 224

that smile, that harmless. 73

thy, refrain, 271

to simulate, with sad mind, 549

unseasonable, turns to sorrow, 459

use you for my. 304

very tragical, 283

wicked, 136

you have displaced the, 309
Misanthropic hate, 51
Misanthropy, gloomy. 263 note
Misapply whatever he shall write, 207
Miscellany, piebald, 364
Mischance, never come, 316
Mischief, hand to execute any, 173

he hath done, 98

in every deed of, 142

it means, 316

mortals bend to, 245

mother of, 861

no, but a woman is one. 867

the very virtuous do, 371

thou art afoot, 304

who hinders not. 796
Mischiefs, beget new, 104

caused by words, 40

come by the pound, 826
Misconstruction, corrupted bv a. 211
Misdeeds return to their author, 666
Misdeeme, as fond men, 346
Miser wants what he has. 689

when I forbid you to be a. 610
Miser's death his only good deed, 497

existence not life, 497

treasure, 222
Miserable have no other medicine. 279

me, 215

none, unless so apprehended, 137

to be so cruel, 27
Miserere, Domine, 259
Miseria prohat fortes, 556
Misericors, contra se tp«e, 607
Miseries, mother of. 339
Miseris succurrere disco, 612
Misery acquaints a man, 276

and man, 256

cheers e'en the face of, 94

distant, 142

had worn him, 322

half our, 232

in. to recall happinoss, 737

is at hand, when, 73

not the cause of immortality, 69

of spirit, 241

pompous. 24

public, 154

steeped to the lips In. 194



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Miiery still deliffbU to trace. 192

TOW an eternal, 139 note

where once possessed. 120

wide sea of, 330
Misery's darkest carern, 176
Uisfortane, a thousand kinds of, 689

enters, lore flies out, 880

is asleep, when. 880

is friendlesg. 469

made the throne. 266

make ready against. 662

makes us wise. 141

one, draws on another, 826, 827

to portend. 352

which comes alone, blessed the, 827
Misfortunes all due to our being unable
to be alone, 730

another's. 257

children make, more bitter. 9

come by forties. 826

come on horseback. 826

come on wings. 826

easy to bear others'. 811

like the owl. 79

never come singly, 826

of others should not give pleasure,
684

others' hang by a hair. 811
Misfortune's book, sour, 322

eaBtern blast. 44

wheel. 66
Misgiving which precedes belief. 339
Mishaps elicit the renources of a host,

and of a leader, 509
Misd mnSmona «iimpo»t<5, 474
Misquote, enough of learning to, 68
Mlsreckoning no payment. 827
Misrepresentation by commentators. 352
Miss, a good marksman may. 743

is as good as a mile. 747

thee, everywhere, we. 226
Missed me with a fair amount of skill,
380

silly body that's never. 801
Misses, he. who overshoots. 853

not of hits, account kept of. 864
Mlpslon. never have a. 113
Miasionary. I would eat a. 446
Miot resembles the rain. 193
Mistake, he who never made a, 335
Mistakes, caused by pride. 267

his way. still, 101

learn by other men's. 886

life very dull without, 391

shortest are best. 724

two. not allowed in war, 499

who makes none, makes nothing, 241
Mistier it [theology] seems. 190
Mistress. I the. and you the lady. 805

like, like Nan. 818

of herself, 249

euch, such Nan. 378

wealth a bad. 13
Mistress's eye keeps all clean. 860
Mistrust, more shameful to. than tp be

duped. 716
Misunderstanding brings lies, 827
Misused, so oft. 274
MitiM foriB, 567

Mitred dulness learns to feel. 205
Mitres, shower down thy, 348
Mixed, all things are. 260

inexplicably. 55

with every race. 103
Hispah, 411



Moan, a sigh, a sob. 4

cast away. 318
Mob. clamour of the. 639

has many hands, no brains, 860

hates those who are condemned. 695

of gentlemen, 251

our supreme governors, 381

the, follows after fortune. 695
Mobs, the taste of. 251
Mob's Judgments worthlees, 608
Mock at sin. tools make a. 416

the wretched, easy to. 535
Mookerr. all things a, 627

of human affairs, 648

of woe. 253

often poverty of wit, 720

over slaves. 231

the fume of little hearts. 370

unreal. 309
Mocking's catching, 846
Mocks, ne never. 370
Mode, die, ist weihlichen OetehlecU, 734
Moderata duranU 690. 707
Moderate, a few things suffice the. 633

in mean estate live. 218

nothing, is pleasing to the crowd, 14

things are sure. 686
Moderation a sort of treason. 38

and dignity confound their attack.
694

difficult in transient pleasure. 519

even in excess, 114

f:ood in rulers. 617
n all things, 591, 827

In prosperity, 604

is best. 474

managing property with. 631

nature prescribes. 547

of a man, 5

of the weak is mediocritj. 720

placing all my glory in. 250

preferable to excess. 581

should guide the legislator. 719

things in, had. 590

to both sides. 581

virtue is in. 561

what is without, cannot be dealt
with by. 645
Modern, abused because. 564

saint, artful woman. 259
Modes of faith. 246
Modest dogs miss meat. 827

kindly, all-accomplished. 368

man is thoni^ht reserved. 637

means, despises. 687

men are dumb, 89

quiet, neat. 99

to women, be, 372
Modeste, modice at, 590
Modesty, a candle, 132

a very good thing, 461

ancient. 571

banished, never returns. 644

becomes a young man. 487

blush of, 317

blushing. 530

cannot be taught. 644

does not survive innocence. 41

forbids what laws allow. 659

goes when wine enters. 881

has died out. 467

lost, nothing refused. 603

mixed with ereatness. 7

O. O piety, 6z2

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Modesty personified. 144
^ reputation of, 690

ruins at court, 827

sets off honour, 827

the beauty of woman, 827

the bounds of. 322

the. citadel of beauty, 467
- too much, 148

' was such, his, 94

which knows no return, 635

will ruin you, 635

will there abound. 143

wore enough for, 36

useless to a man in want, 704
; Modum, quicguid excesait, 653

gervare, 604, 673
- Modus in rehus, 528

nisi adsit, 564

Vivendi, 591
MoBur«, lea femmet font les, 724
Moit moi dis-je, et c'cat assez, 725
Molaases, slick as. 198
Mole projected. 249
Mole Tuit sua, 708
Moles and to the bats. 420

comfortable. 4
Af oles rudis, indigestaque, 666
Molino, tutto tira Vacque al auo, 775
Moloch, horrid kin?. 212
Moltke. motto of. 734
Moment dies a man, every. 363

improve each, 177

is our aim. the present, 20

it happens in a. 809

more. Qod gives what he has long
denied. 514

parted from eternity, 232

precise psychological, 391

show, how little can a, 404

who seizes on the, 733

world crowded in a, 159

worth of a. 406 note
Moments big as years, 182

God works in, 785

make the year. 406

which he calls his own, 264

worth jpurchasinpr. 133
Momento fit cinis, diu sylva, 604
Monarch drank, that happy hour, 271

of all I survey. 101

peasant, the. 161

the throned. 285
Monarchs and war. 51

must obey. 124

perplexes. 212

seldom sigh. 270
Monarchies ended by poverty, 724

wciflrht of mightiest. 213
Monarchy and liberty, formerly insepar*
able. 664

consists in such base things, 95

tempered by ballads. 720

the natural form of rule. 734

trappings of a. 177. 226
Monarque, le grand, 722
Monastery, near the. last at mass, 861
Monday for wealth, Tuesday for health,
827

hanging of his cat, on, 461

I drive the coach, 132

is parson's holiday, 353

the key of the week. 827
Monday's child is fair in face, 464
Mone sale, 591
Monere et moneri, 530



Money a good passe^vpartout, 785
a good servant. 827
a queen, 529
all things obey, 634
all things vain without, 484
and learning, love of, 860
answereth all things, 419
bagf argument to the, 494
begone, 484

borrowed soon sorrowed, 827
breeds money, 827
buys lands. 887
can do, what, 706
chokes many, 671
comes withal, so, 288
commands or obeys, 558
commonly less than is supposed, 736
contxoUer of fate. 511
cost me much, 240
cures melancholy, 827
desire for. to be shunned. 634
devotion to. vice of age, 709
does more, 821

does not go as far as it did, 827
easier to get than keep, 811
finds friends, 664
finishes the man, 784
for that which is not bread. 421
get money, still. 251*
getting an innocent employment. 176

go before, if. 278
eads to get. 131
if you would know the value of. 807
is blood and life. 479, 531
is Uke muck. 10. 844
is money's worUi. 827
is mourned with real tears. 582
is omnipotent. 760
is the foremost thing. 620
is their plough. 76
is. to know what, borrow some. 887
it takes a wise man to spend. 742
less, than people imagine. 866
lost is mourned with gecuine tears,

637
lost, nothing lost, 738
love of (Cupiditas). 76
love of, grows with. 511
make, honestly if you can, 663
makes the man. 827
makes the mare to go. 827
man without, is worthless. 763
masters all. 827
means content. 287
mong'ring brood. 181
must shine with use. 619
no, no Swiss, 833
none of us have any idea of. 113
not in the house. 675
not scarce, when was. 129
only blockheads do not write for,

177
only lost through want of money,

827
or women, dally not with, 769
other people's, 723
public* is like holy water, 843
purse full of other men's. 852
put not trust in, but money in trust,

843
ready, 772

ready, a ready medicine, 844
ready, nothing more eloquent, 844
ready, will away. 844
refused loses brightnesi, 828



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MoneyL reputation in it. bnt no. 83

rei^pect according to, 648
-ruins many, 828

rules the world, 785. 827

safe, what matters infamy. 654

sinews of love. 827

sinews of war, 11. 827

skilfullest wanting, is scorned, 795

still get. 180

taken bjr. howerer fortiiled, 606

taken, freedom forsaken, 828, 880

tell, after your father. 852

the best foundation in the world,
737

the lore of. 435

the measure of all things, 827

the potent goddess, 511

the ruling spirit. 634

thou bane. 162

titles and. 113

to despise, is a gain. 634

to have, a fear, to wait, a grief,
844

to throw good, after bad, 873

to want, in midst of wealth. 560

unmakes its makers. 828

use. 160

value of. 138

wants no followers, 862

we have taught them to accept, 634

we're clean out o', 198

well lost, if given to the Judge. 498

what beauty is there in a heap ot.
654

when I gaze at my. 639

who in his pocket hath no, 383

who plays his, 798

will do more than my lord's letter,
828

wisdom, and good faith, 736

without, and without price, 421

your lost, might have lost you, 634
Mongrel grim. 306

puppy, whelp, 148
MouK, habit does not make the, 858

responds as the abbot sings, 818

solitary, that shook, 227

take heed of a, 852
Monks' cowls, hell paved with, 802
Monkey, old. never made pretty face.

Monosyllabic poetry, 165 note
Monotonous, this thine is growing. 83
Monster, a faultless, 329

a frightful, formless. 591

the green-eyed. 324

many-headed. 206, 208

thing, thou many-headed, 271

vice is a. 246

who deli'^hts in war. 255

with no redeeming virtue, 591
Monsters, preferred base, 630

the two greatest. 90

you make of them. 315
Monstra maris, 700
Monstre dans la nature, 730
Monstrosity that numerous piece of. 26
Monstrous, to see him grow so. 169
Mont Blanc, 57
Montaigne, 105 note
Monte, ooni, ha la iua valle, 774. 775
Monies intonai, 567

parturiunt. 632
Montgomery. Alex.. 59 nPts

division, 764



Month, a Uttle, 311

with " r " in it, oysters not good. 839

with " r " in it, water not good. 839
Months, May. mother of, 77

to whom the twelve, 170
Monument, a live-long, 225

from off the. 18

if yon ask for his. 16

if you seek his, 675

of glorious worth, 393

remain a lasting. 261

should hang it o'er his. 873

without a tomb. 180
Monuments a date, gives mortal. 273

and inscriptions perish. 592

of princes. 327

that have forgotten. 57
Monumenta manent, 535
Monumental pile, to earn a, 96
Monumentum mre perenniuM, 533

generi et nbi, 557

requiris, »t, 675
Mood, he that was of mildest, 448

oft in sudden, 55
Moon, a maiden, 364

and the stars. 120

bay the, 304

blow them to the. 317

close by the, 214

does not trouble about the doga, W

dogs baying the. 574

each new. hastens to ita death. 694

Friday's. 464

from the wolves, God saves thej7S4

from the wolves, to keep the. STl

full, brings fair weather. 857

gazed at. fell in the gutter. 888

1' the cold o' the. 32

in my pocket, 34

like the, 76

looks on many brooks, 828

made of grene chee8€v832

maids who love the. 228

maker of poets. 181

may draw the sea. 365

minions of the. 292

new. dangerous to go to sea at, 44i

of moons. 113

philosophers in the, 138

rising in clouded majesty. 215

Saturday's and Sunday's. 464

shoots higher that threatens the, IQ

sits arbitress. 212

swear not by the, 320

sweet regent. 210

takes up the wondrous tale, 8

the, 289 note

the glimpses of the. 312

the new, late yestreen, 441

this fair, 215

to obey the, 289

unmask her beauty to the, 318

very error of the. 325

walk by. 215

what is there in thee. 188

when you see the new. turn yeir
money, 875

whom mortals call the, 331

with how sad steps. O. 336

with the. 241
Moons, no lapse of. 366

two full, a wet month, 813
Moon's unclouded grandeur. 329
Moonbeam dwells at dewy e'en. 47
Moonlight, meet me by. 447



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Ifoonlieht on the troubled, 231

visit it by the pale. 272
Hoonliffht's ineffectual glow, 329
Moonshine's watery beams. 319
Hoor. batten on this. 317

gentle lady married to the, 396
Mop. like unto a trundling. 98
Mope for heaven. 185
Moquer de toua, je me hdte de me, 718



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