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Mora dat vires. 596

periculum habet. 520
ssBpe sanavitt 660
Moral, everything's got a. 118

for a wit. too. 251

let us be. 112

like all morals, 62

pamphlet has a. 142

none, till all are, 343

reform unless, unavailing. 71

to point a, 175
Morals, deficiency in. 651

guardian of. 513

man of. 93

place fortified by good. 675

the last thing asked about. 643
Moral's true. the. 125
Moralised his song. 250
Moralist, no sterner. 61

the rustic, 152
Morality, a standing Jest. 80

expires, 252

spectacle ridiculous, 202

was made for man, 410

what is absolute, 343
Morhi tristisque aenectus, 629
More and more and more. 119

has asked for. 111

he cast way. 37

Henry. 341 note

I dare not say. 326

is meant. 221

is meant than meets the eye, 221

knave than fool, 204

men have, more they want, 553

now love the, 235

of that, no. 293

only a little, 163

Bir Thomas. 12, 463

the merrier, 860

things shewed unto thee than men
understand, 423

thought they might get, 341

to that which had too much, 286

you have, the more you want. 860
Mores et studia, 629

hominum inapexit, 595

mendoaos, 611
Mori, ne moriare, 651

neceaae eat, 553

Quam foBdari, 684

atantem, 615

timore mortia, 778
Morimur quotidie, 661
Morior, anxiua, 711
Morituri morituroa aalutant, 592

te aalutant, 497
Morn, a shining, showery, 22

and cold indifference, 266

each, are born anew. 407

fair laughs the, 153

from black to red. 49

genial. 65

her rosy steps. 216

in russet mantle. 311

Incense-breathing, 151



Morn of life was spent, 160
on the Indian steep. 222
opening eyelids of the. 210, 223
rosy-fingered. 257
suns that gild the vernal, 105
■weet is the breath of. 215
the dewy. 53
the meek-eved. 373
those angel faces. 236
to noon. 212
will never rise, 105
Morning, a bit in the. 740
air so refreshing. 116
at odds with, 309
at. where we were at night. 341
brings toil. 496
dreams come true, 597
early i' the, 157

every, brought a noble chance. 370
fair. 220

friendlv to the Muses. 496
has gold in mouth, 856
hour has gold in its mouth. 860
I awoke one. 64
many a glorious. 327
of the times, 362
purple. 131

somewhere, always, 195
the sons of the. 168
with the. cool reflection. 274
with the. cool repentance. 274
wore to evening, 366
Mornings are mysteries. 380

cloudy. 767
Morrison's Pill for Society. 71
Morrow, bitterly thought of the. 393
in midnight, budding. 182
not lawful to know. 653
to make, but not to share the. 387
trust little to the. 668
Mora, eita, venit, 554

ultima linea rerum, 592
Morsel, from a. a morsel, 164

upbraided, never killed, 757
Mort, quand on eat, c'eat pour lono'

tempa, 728
Mortal, all men think all men. 406
be. that thou could'st. 393
every body is, 624
frame, whatever stirs this. 84
he's more than, 243
her last disorder, 148
know thyself, 377
man, so fond. 221
raised a, 125

singly, collectively immortal, 679
sleep and lust prove man, 746
sorrow and disease touch every, 592
to assist mortal, Godlike for. 518
touch, by a mere. 101
your lot is. 682
Mortals know, greatest good that. 2
to command success. 1
you give lasting existence to, 622
Mortals' actions shall perish. 592
Mortality, my sentence. 218

sad, 103
Mortality's strong hand, 291

♦oo weak, 237
Mortar, bray a fool in a. 417
Morte jungi, quam vita distrahi, 696
Mortia imago, 658

terrore carentem, 641
Mortuum, malle eue, quam vivere, bVr
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If 08 est. uU 7(10

pro lege, 692

regit teqem, 76fl

8UU8 cuique, 661
Moses, a modern. 175

comes when the tale of bricks U
doubled. 512. 881

the chivalroas Captain. 727
Mote may choke a man. 747
Motes, as thikke as, 75

that people the sunbeams. 221

th' unnumbered, 358
Moth and rust. 425

candle singed the. 284

for the star, desire of the. 331

like a. 141
Moths, maidens like. 51
Mother, a youns. 371

an aged. 157

an oleit. 769

ask my. if my father be a thief. 759

at length abandon your. 689

came into mine eyes, 296

devotional as that of. 242

didna speak, 18

diligent, laey daughter, 769

how's your. 465

hearts beset. 265

husband's, the wife's devil, 859

in Israel. 412

indulgent, makes a frowsy daugh-
ter. 745

is a mother still. 85

know you're out, does your. 465, 491

light-heeled, heavy-heeled daughter,
745

like, like daughter. 818

lives, while thy wife's. 142

meets on high, when a. 342

my. 359

O the love of a. 726

of aU Uving. 411

of God appears to fools, 626

pitiful maKCB a scald head. 745. 769

■aith not " Will you." 857

■ays. not as thy. 812

sister-turned, 29

the great sweet, 354

the weeping. 683

then up and spak' the young bride's
mother, 442

there was no. 262

thou sole and only, 356

to recognise your, 563

weeps more for an only child, 541

who boasts two boys, 34

who'd give her booby, 141

wi' her needle. 42

wife, and queen. 360

wit. an ounce of. 756

with such a, 365

worth a hundred schoolmasters. 837
Mothers, wives, and maids, 33

women become like their. 392
Mother's, all the. 299

blessing, a child may have too
much. 740

breath, a, 250

care, no. 268

heart always with her children, 861

principles, imported by her. 669

report biassod. 812

sake, child dear for, 85
Motherv, beer will grow, 170
Motherhead. who will not hear. 799



Motherhood, womanlinefls. S3 ,

Motion, in his. like an angel aingt. 28S

of one's own. 515

sensible warm. 279

swifter at the end. 593

swoln, oonvnlsive. 56
Motive power, the first. 641

take away the. the sin is ffone. 883
Motley rout, all its. 102
Motley's the only wear. 286
Motto for Bdinhurah Review, 337

our national. 115
Uouche, une, t'a piqu4, 731
Mould. Nature hath lost the. 443

Nature made him and broke tka
737

of form. 315

of Uving. 66

of the same. 206

our past lives. 4

so soft a. 127

th' ethereal. 213
Moulds, round, tenpenny. 17
Moulder piecemeal. 54
Moulin, qui premier arrive au, 779
Mounseer. a darned, 144
Mountain and river, good neigh boo rt,
747

dale or piny. 87

each cloud-capped. 168

every, has its valley. 775

is past. the. 720
* the higher, the deeper vale. 858

was in labour. 481

will not mingle with mountain. 47S

will not mix with mountain. 591
Mountains are a feeling. 53

are in labour. 632

freedom is on the. 732

his native. 145

in the morning. 809

interposed. 98

men meet sooner than. 886

monarch of, 57

never great. 781

shadows from the lofty, S82

shadows from the tall. 530

the wooded. 567

try and trust move. 875

(voice) of the. 398

where they see, 409
Mountaineer, freedom of a. 397
Mountebank, a. 279

impudent, 3
Mounted, man well, is ever choleric. 7«
Mounting in hot haste. 52
Mounts above me. he. 127
Mourn for any overmuch. 367

most ostentatiously, rejoicers. 631

thousands. 42

who thinks must. 258
Mourned, by strangers. 253

man who never. 408
Mournera go about the streets. 419
Mourning, after all. one drinks. 7S2

for his washerwoman. 791

hath oftener left me. 401

the house of. 418
Mournings for the dead. 194
Mouse, a church. 758

a. in tar. 596

a wyly, 335

an absurd. 632

become my heir. 804

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Moose does not tfttst one hole. 596

escaped feels the taste of the bait,
856

in the cat's ear, 810

in the pot. better than no flesh. 762

maenanimons, 295

no house without. 832

perishes by his own token. 682

that always trusts, 254

that has But one hole. 810. 861
Mouth and the spoon, between the. 867

an thou'lt. 319

close, oatcheth no flies. 740

every lady drew up her. 149

for a ripe cherry. 888

hand wiser than. 865

honour. 310



keep your, and your friend. 814

" , if Vo . "::

no, which does not return. 867



rou, 315



oath that will rin round in. 6

of a sleeping fox, 809

one. doth nothing without another.
838

one rosy, 62

out of thine own. 429

pretty pouting, 167

red splendid kissing, 355

slave is the open. 209

shut, eyes open. 814

shut, flies flie not into a. 809

that lies. 861

to stop every man's, 789

which can sound great things. 564

wise head makes close. 750
Mouths a sentence. 79

an enemy in their. 323

he who sends, will send meat. 784

of men. in the. 327

of men, living in the, 711

stop two. with one morsel, 814

thousand various, 214
Mouthed, first, last swallowed. 317
Moutonf, retoumons d nr«. 729

revenoriB d noSt 729
Move, one false. 837

yet it does, 737
Moved, see him as he. 368
Movere Camarinamt 502
Moves me more perhaps than folly

ought. 97
Much, able to do too, 659

has the boy borne and done. 594

how. matters not, 654

in Uttle. 595

is she worth, 159

never cost little, 738

no man thinks his own too. 832

of a muchness. 128

to be loved, much hated. 65

to do, so, 367

who has. would have more. 705

who seek, want much. 593
Muck and money. 829

rake, with a. 37

where there is. there is luck, 883
Mucksv. out of the. 839
Mud chokes no eels, 829

feet out of the, 534

one sees the, 189

stream that ends in, 197

trodden down like, 266
Muddy, his brain grows. 91

water, tickled best in. 50
Muffled drum, nought left him but. 62



Muder, ei de vidrio, la, 751
Mulberries not good, says the fox. 858
Mules boast their ancestors were horses,

829
Mulier formoaa, 517
Mulon pheugdn, 475
MUller und B&cker, 774
Multa agendo nihil agens, 545

et prasclara, minantis, 495
Multitude, a swinish. 39

always in the wrong. 114

divided in opposite courses. 669

enemy of reason. 26

inaudible to the. 403

is foolish. 41

many-headed monster. 208

most unstable and senseless. 477

of sins. 436

speak after the fashion of the. 578

the giddy. 206

to persuade a. 172

we two are a. 616

which no man could number, 437
Multitudes, in the valley of decision,

oppressed with. 180. 256

safer with. 237
Multitude's views neither bad nor good,

603
Multitudinem decern faciunt, 694
Multum in parvo, 595

legendum, non multa, 595
Mumble, let her maunder and. 69
Mumbling of the fame. 250
Mum's the word, 829
Mummers, grave, 252
Mundanum, inquit, 680
Mundi, libertas ultima. 577
Uunditiis capimur, 595

simplex, 678
Mundo toti genitum, 601
Mundum, Cato contra, 504
Mundua acena, 595

furiotut, 871

vult decivi, 695
Munera nonaum intellecta, 622
Munificent, not enough to be liberal.

but. 26
Murder, do no contrived, 322

kind o' low for, 197

love and, will out. 821

masked and cloaked, 67

may pass. 126

midnight, 153

most foul. 313

one. made a villain. 257

one to destroy, is, 406

ranks any man with, 5

though it have no tongue. 315

thousands, to. 406

vanity like. 94

we call it. 6

will out. 90, 829

wol out, 76, 77
Murder's out of tune, 325
Murderer's son. the first. 100
Murdering, noble art of. 372
Murmur Uke a shell, 349

no complaining, 237

not a word of, 56

of the ocean-tide. 20

of their bourg. 368
Murmurs, died away in hollow, 88

unruly, 256

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Mnrmuren nerer fat, 852
Hurmarings of the orowd, 670
Muro, pro, audacia, 495
Muroip intra, et extra, 557
Murui aheneut, 550. 596
Musa vetat moH, 520
MusaB coUmu» aeveriorei, 609

inanea deaere, 542
Mu$ca hahet splenem, 874
Hase, commerce with the. 404

honours useless without the. 607

not a weeping:. 60

rise, honest. 249

the.jriTer of consolation, 545

the Tefith. 4

the thankless. 223

the worst-natured. 263

though hamely in attire, 44

weds the sacred. 80

worst-humoured, 147
MuBes, forsake the uselesa, 542

the sacred. 674

the stricter. 609 _ ^ .„.

those old maid tabbies, the, 175
Muses' patrimony, 48
Mushroom, grew like a. 686

kind, of the. 644

men, 525

men. little. 191

of the race of the, 643
Mushrooms, friends bke. 781

Nero's remark as to. 469
Music, a Jackdaw in, 604

and devotion. 26

and perfume tjiat die not, 365

and sweet poetry, 328

arose with its voluptuous swell. 63

be the food of love, if, 288

breast that, cannot tame. 16

breathed melodiously. 234

bright. 356

cadence yet of its. 356

can soften pain. 252

cannot melt. 20

caused by emptiness. 251

ceasing of eiQuisite, 194

danceth without. 797

discord in, 345

divinity in. 26

does all our. 238

dwells lingering. 400

dying, let me have. 182

enervates. 627

even in beauty. 26

exalts each joy. 4

feedeSi that disposition it flndeth. 9

finds its food in. 192

fled is that. 182

ereat strokes make not sweet, 787,

858
greatest strokes make not. 858
has charms. 91, 154
heavenly maid. 88
I shall hate sweet. 354
in all things, 64
in its roar, 54
in my heart I bore. 397
in Nature, no. 167
in sweet. 300
in them, all their. 166
incentive to love, 663
Instinct with. 394
is. how Bour sweet, 292
tot me die to the sound of. 45i



Music, like softest. 320

made of divers voices. 73

man that hath no. 285

may make one. 366 ,

medicine for a sad mind. 596

medicine of the mind, 192

melted in the throat. 126

moody food, 305

most eloquent, 316

mute, make the. 369

no, more for him. 265

no truer truth. 34

not for the doctrine, but the. 243

of a distant drum. 133

of all noises the least disa^reeabK
448

of its melodies, 240

of men's lives. 292

of my loves, your reed make, 622

of speech. 101

of the heart. 398

of the spears. 231

of the spheres. 720

of their motion. 210

of those village bells. 100

planet-like, 334

raise and quell, cannot, 125

reasonable good ear in. 282

should never be dated. 148

slumbers in the shell, 264

solace of labour. 574

sphere^lescended maid« 88

spheres make. 67

still sweet fall of. 65

stream of. 152

sweeter for tuning. 8

sweeter than their own, 401

that gentlier on the spirit. 361

that would charm for ever. 396

the chosen, liberty. 398

the creation of man, 157

the greatest good. 2

the mosaic of the air. 205

the soul of. 228

the sound of. 285

the universal speech. 736

the universal tongue, 264

to the heart, 264

to the wind, 394

uninformed by art, 124

unnoticed of no account. 479

waste their. 151 note

well set to. 2

when soft voices die, 331

where there is, there can be nothioi
bad. 883

who hears. 33 ^

will not cure toothache. 829

with her silver sound. 322
Music's golden tongue. 182

melting fall, 152

the cordiaL 238 ^ , ^

Mutica, donde hay, no puede haher efts

mala, 883
Musical and low, 197

as is Apollo's lute. 222

as the chime of tinkling rills. §4

most melancholy. 221

thought. 72

trifles. 704 ^

Musician on the lake. 129
Musicians, best of all. 196

disease of, 179

have no gold. 322

know. we. 32



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Ifniloians, noise of. when tnnios. 8
Musician's ounnin^, 30
Musinf? on companions. 269

while I was, 415
Musique, c'eit le ton qui fait, 873
Musk-roses, sweet. 282
Muss ist eine harte Nuss, 829
Milsiigoang ist det TeufeU Ruheharik,

755
Must is a hard nut. 829

is a king's word, 829

is no master, 825

it must be done, it, 68

we must do the thing we, 203
Mustard after the meal, 752

without beef, 851
Mutability, as Juan mused on, 64

nought may endure but, 330
Ifut rerloren, alias verloren, 738 Tiot«
Ifutatio soli caslique, 595
Mutatis mutandis, 596
Mutatur in horas, 662
Mutatus ah illo, quantum, 549

in melius, solum, 681
Mute and broken-hearted, 211

and magnificent, 123

long since, 182

natures that are, 209

so near to. 210
Muthos akephalos, 467
Mutiana cautio, 596
Mutiny, to rise and. 304
Mutius, cunning of. 596
Muttering a crime in a plebrian. 630

French expression for, 727
Mutters, the magician, 860
Mutton, a Joint of, 295

loves, that eats the wool, 793

one shoulder of, draws another. 757

with the usual trimmings. 111
Muzzle the ox, 412

' Myriad-minded Shakespeare, Our/ 83
Myriads, ever-moving, 184

though bright, outshine. 211
Myrtles brown. 223
Myself. God defend me ftrom. 783

I live not in. 53
Mysteries, heavenly. 493

religious, and ancient awe. 496

stewards of thy, 437
Mysterious way. moves In a, 94
Mystery, a main, in names. 181

a sense of. 168

heart of my. 316

my life has its, f25

of mysteries, 274

or doubt, I love not, 273

true, the visible, 391

will lead millions, 268
Mystic, wonderful, 368
Mythology, a respectable, 382



N

Naces, no con quien, 763
Nachgehen stillt alien Krieg, 783
Nachher ist jeder klua, 776
Ndchste das Liehste, 829
Nad, desque, llor4, 758
Nae better than he should be, 43
Naebody, I'll care for, 46
Naething is a man's truly, 829

thinking upon, 16
Nag, gait of a shuffling, 294



Nag, inch of a, worth a span of an

aver. 755
Nager entre deux eaux, 763
Naiad of the strand. 270
Nail drives out nail. 606

for want of. the shoe is lost, 780

one drives out another, 838

to oar coffin, care adds a. 393
Nails, iron, that scratches a bear, 793

lives on cutting, 465

with my, 297
Naked, command me to strip, when. 616

every day he clad, 148

none can strip the, 602

you cannot strip the. 888
Nakedness of the indigent. 149
Namby-pamby madrigals. 143
Name, a, and an omen, 609

a clumsy, 368

a deathless, 196

a distinguishing mark, 609

a far-babbled. 234

a good, 237, 417

a great example, 121

a, if the party had a choice, 170

a lasting. 120

a lost good, 141

a wounded. 319

an empty, 497

an everlasting, 421

an ill, not cured. 856

and door, all, 191

and memory, my, 13

at which the world grows pale, 176

behind them, left a. 424

contest what deserves the, 409

died without a. 353

dien when a man is best of. 75

distinguished and venerable. 506

fascination of a, 100

filches from me mv good, 324

fool that writes his, on a wall. 750

fortune of our, falls, 623

get a good, and sleep, 782

giving a. a poetic art. 71

good, better than golden girdle. 743

good, better than oil. 743

good, better than precious ointment,
418

good, better than riches, 743

good, endureth for ever. 424

good, in man or woman, 324

good, keeps its lustre. 743

good, remember to preserve. 627

good, sooner lost than won, 743

good, unstained, 636

graved in the white stone, 23
reek or Roman, 121
he that hath an ill, is half-hanged,

782
his empty, 234
how cursed is his. 386
I claim the measure of my, 675
I know these things better than my,

693
I've forgotten your. 366
ill-starred. 273
in my ear, his, 330
in whatever, he rejoices, 658
is great, your, 323
is never heard, 19
it who can, 368
led all the rest, 173
let be my, 368
liveth evermore, 424



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Name, love hanss abont your, 358
love my lord and not bis. 368
mafrio of a. 65
make us all a. 126
my good. 405

my. sball fill all lands. 675
no blot on bis. 66
not a studied. 350
notbing but a. 93
of Jesus sounds. 236
of names. 356

our. may be miied witb theirs. 540
Pbcebus. what a. 58
preserves bis. for erer. 483
raised ber face at that. 486
ready ere I called her. 258
rich enough if I preserve my good,

526
shadow of a miebty. 683
shall hear my. 20
shall never pass away. 21
io great a. my book not without so,

625
spared the. 352

spread through the world. 609
stained his, 43
superstition of a. 687
tender of her own good, 96
terror of the Roman. 692
terror of your. 707
that keeps the name of ibis country

respectable, 38
that withering. 230
the hideous. 214
the ill he cannot cure a. 5
the nothing of a. 59
thy. conspicuous and sublime, 399
thy. shall endure. 672
to be washed out. 356
to such a. 365
unmusical, a, 302
wad be unlawfu'. to. 44
we will not ask ber. 68
weak witness of thy. 225
what's in a. 320
whistling of a. 247
whistlings of a. 92
with a terrible. 341
wither, let my. 728
without an echo. 236
Names, bright with. 357
bring back the old. 87
called them by. 31
commodity of good, 292
doth forget men's, 290
fair, and famous, 355
familiar in his mouth, 296
forgot their, 120
honourable, to dishonourable things.

554
learned their, 195
lovelier than their. 363
may live. 227

not. give confidence in things. 476
not scrupulous about. 104
perish, let our, 728
poetry a giving of. 71
sball sound. 24j
strange. 102
that men forget. 357
that must not wither. 53
that we love, 340
the immortal. 155
to invent most serious. 329
twenty more such. 267



Names, unpronounceable, 157

victorious. 126

will hallow song. 52

woundy luck in. 181
Nameless here for evermore. 242
Naming of one. the exclusion of the

other, 534
Nan for Nicholas. 818
Nancy. I would I were with. 465

lang-tochered. 46
Nantei, rari, 493
Naphe kai memnas* opistctti. 474
Naples, paradise of Italy. 136

see. and die. 846
Napoleon. 342

and yet disbelieve. 31

could not dine twice. 725

except. 62

sayings of. 452
Napoleon s death not an event, 714
Narcissi, fairest among them alU 331
NarrahiU, non est ultra. 577
Narrando, male, 605
Narratt quisauis, talia, plura tacct, 611
Narrative old man. 256
Narren hauen HaUser, 780
Narrow way, wanderer from the, 94
Narrower by going farther. 168
Naicentes morimur, 597
Naici miserum, 597
Sascimur poetm, 597
Nash, Beau. 79

Naso parum prudens, 494 not9
Nassau. Bourbon or. 259
Naaum habere, 610
Natale solum, 604
Nati meliorihus annis, 581

natorum. 530
Natio comada est, 597
Nation, a noble and puissant. 226

an ancient, 121

an old and haughty, 222

be moulded, a, ZbS

better one suffer than a. 122

boutiquiire, 731

exists in the king, 720

hates nation, 4

institutions create a, 117

la orande, 720

made and preserved us a, 184

makes a happy, 220

muti plied the, 420

never ruined by trade. 138

nothing without sentiment. 139

of amateurs. 265

one. evermore. 166

original friends o' the. 198

swoln with ignorance. 51

the finest. 191

the. is like a comedy. 597

to despair, reduce a, 181

well gagged. 358

which has no history, 789

sret. a. 365
Nations are as a drop of the bucket. 420

barbarous, 124

by our religion we have subdued all.
636

consensus of opinion in all, 635

enemies of, 98

enlarged schoolboys, 139

fierce contending. 1

have their infancy, 268

law of. 41. 572. 615. 659

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Nations, most advanced, navigate. 129

queen of. 350

rage, why do the. 648

slowly wise, 175

the courtesy of, 285

unborn, 243
Nation's care, burden of a, 268

glory or its grief, 67

institutions and beliefs, 343

tears, 228
National debt a national blessing. 387

downfall, road to, 145
Nationless, tribeless and. 330
Native air, to breathe his, 253

heath, foot is on my, 274

here, though I am, 312

land, earth except his, 68

land, good-night. 51

like Colchester, 170

place, considerable in his, 176

shore, by their, 101

sod, the virtue of the, 199

soil, charm of our, 604
Nativity, at my, 293
Natum, me nunc denique, 641
Natura ahhorret vacuum, 597, 829

hominum novitatii avida, 528

juhet, sic, 677

naturans, 597

aanat. 686
Naturm deui humanaa, 670
Natural, I do it more, 288

longing to appear, 729

more than, 314

only the, leads to good, 736

or unnatural, 149

what is, becomes a man, 556

what is, is not disgraceful, 476
Naturalistic hypothesis, 16
Naturam expetlaa furca, 598
Nature, see Human nature

a common vice of. 507

a restorative to wearied, 50

a' thy shows and forms, 44

abhors a vacuum, 697. 829

abhors annihilation, 697 note

above all art, 105

accuse not, 217

admits no lie, 72

all, exists in smallest things, 693

all. under tribute, 155

all-0ufflcing, 329

almost lost in art, 89

alone knows what s^ie wants, 734

always does contrive, 144

and nature's laws. 254

and wisdom, 40

and yourself, to. appeal. 448

art the perfection of. 25

at one glance. 257

be your teacher, 400

before one touch of, 89

bids, live as. 674

book of, ever open, 373

borrows the cry of faith, 27

buUt by, 291

cannot miss, 126

caused, 697

causing nature. 697

comes back in a gallop. 829

oomes by. 280

consult nature herself about, 15

course of. the art of God. 410

definition of the law of, 625

did lament. 223



Nature divides and unites. 732

does least, where, man docs most,

884
does not make leaps. 598
does nothing in vain. 598
draws more than ten teams. 829
effects of, not brought to light by

disputation, 9
ever nnconquered, 620
fate, fortune, all are God, 698
formed but one such man, 59
foster-nurse of, 306
fountains of justice in, 8
free to all, 155
from her seat sighing, 218
gay, all, 269

general smile of, 372
iod's handmaid, 173
goes against his, 87
good, the fool's defence. 332



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