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Nutmeg-graters, rough as, 164
Nutmegs and ginger, 136
Nutrimentum spirttus, 620
Nutrition, to draw, 246
Nutu Dei, 620
Nymph, haste thee. 221
Nympholepsy of some fond despair. 53



O Jemmy Thomson. 375 note

O.K. = Orl korrect, 835

O. Sophonisba. 375

Oafs, muddied. 187

Oak and triple brass. 558

English, 273

hardest-timbered. 298

heart of. 737

hearts of. 457

nodosities of, 41

shadow of the British. 39

shake some other, 489

the builder, 344

the hollow. 104

when the ash is before the, 880
Oaks alone are trees, not, 173

fall, reeds stand. 835

from acorns, 131

little strokes fell great, 820

senators of woods, 182
Oakum, for love they pick much. 27
Oar, drip of the suspended, 53

of gain. 131

one in water, one in the shore. 490

spread the thin, 246

wearied at that, 97
Oars and sails, with, 664

feathered his, 109

kept the time, 205
Oath, breaking of an. 49

flew to Heaven's chancery with the.
348

forgive the, 613

is of no moment, 298

mouth-filling, 294

not to be made, not to be kept. 756

some fresh new, 6

taking, the more, the more lying, 88

too hard-a-keeping, 281

unlawful, better broke. 757



Oaths are but words. 49

are straws, 296

are wafers, 135

believed for their, 160

broken by Providence. 49

men are cheated with, 454

men deceived with. 8

omit the. 160

terminate all strife, 96

used as playthings. 95
Oatmeal, literature on. 337
Oats and barley, pat in the clay. 87S

evening, good morning fodder, 773

wild, in tame verse, 26
Obedience, approve first thy. 217

due. 214

learn to oommand through* 87t

makes government. 38

makes slaves, 329

mother of, 104

mother of success, 477

produces success, 471

wife of safety. 477
Obedient, frame the mind to be. 8
Obev, made the world, 126
tis freedom to, 227

who cannot, cannot command* 878
Obeyed, who first well hath. 219
Obeying, govern by, 558
Obeys fiim, though she bends him she^

195
Obiter dicta, 623
Object! Object! Object! 462

too much, 11
Objection taken to the Jud^, 662
Oblations, vain, 419
Oblige her and she'll hate you. 248
Obliged, he ne'er, 250
Obligingness, thy sweet. 237
Ohlitif quid deceat, quid non, 654
Ohlivta juciinda, 622
Oblivion, all. 137

nameless in dark. 216

rasure of. 279

remembrance impossible without. ?l

ruin of. 301

the remedy for injuries, 565
ObUque, all is. 302
Ohras, hijo de tu$, Tib
Ohicura canendo. 579

libenttus creduntur, 613

promenB, 702
Obscure, explaining the, by obscurity. 623

fame, manv hidden by. 594

the palpable. 213

things are more easily believed. SlJ

thin^ brought to light, 702

through brevity, 501
Obscures more than it illumines. 410
Obscurely great, 236
Obscurity and further obscurity. 41

painstaking. 661

this poem loves. 547
Obsequies, celebrates his, 272
Ohsequio vincea, 623
Observance, course of long. 100
Observation, bearings of this, 114

brings wisdom. 673

crammed with. 286

object of. on a large stare. 653

smack of. 290

the most enduring pleasure, 210

with extensive view, 175
Observations which ourselves we
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Obserred of all obienren, 316
Observer, waited dx thousand yean for

an, 460
Obserrer's purpose to espy, 65
Obsta, princlptiij 641
Obstinacy and heat of opinion, 719

and perseverance, 347

in a bad cause, 25

takes his sturdy stand, 95
Obstinacy's ne'er so stiff, 60
Obstinate and fools, rich lawyers, 780

too senseless, 299
Obstruction, lie in cold. 279
Obtain, right you should, 659

they striye to. in order to spend, 646
Obvious because not seen. 527

cause, an, carries its decision, 584
Ocean, a painted. 86

as their road, use the, 381

bed, 224

deep and dark blue, 54

far-si>ooming. 182

for my grave, 127

girdled with the sky. 341

great Neptune's, 309

has her ebbinge. 66

heart of the great, 194

leans against the land, 145

make the mighty, 238

many twinkling smile of. 478 note

of truth lay, 236

the boundless, 199

tide, murmur of the. 20

to the river of his thoughts. 69

unfathomed caves of. 151

unresting, 330

wave, hope to bind the, 264
Ocean's waste, 35
Occatio calva, 664
Occasion bald behind, 94

by the hand. 360

calls, when fair. 266

obedient to, 8

ply to the, 40
Occasions and causes, 296
Occasionem cognosce, 623
Occidere qui nolunt, posts volunt, 531
Occidit spea omnia, 623
Occupacioun. for lakke of. 164
Occupation, absence of. 97

disperses vices, 606

loathing of. 628
Occupations, love our, 112

in this world. 348
Occurred to everyone, has not. 670
Ochlof astathmStotaton pragmCt 477
Odor Euro, 669

Octave 'twixt the dream and deed, 191
Oculii alliciendui amor, 607
Odds, any lot at. 299

for high and low. 290
Ode, vede, tace, 800
Oderint dum metuant, 623
Odes, quoted, 364
Odisse quern ItBBeris, 643
Odium redditur, pro gratia, 499

theologicum, 624
Odour, as a sweet. 124

stealing and giving. 288

vessel retains the, 658
Odours crushed are sweeter, 264

Sabean. 215

virtue like, 9

when sweet violets sicken, 33*-
Odyssey, Iliad and the. 87



(Edipus. I am Davus, not. 514

man's reason his best. 25
O'erflowing. though not full, 252
O'ershot myself, I have. 304
(EuvreB, fiU de bob, 775
Off with his head. 118
Offence, an, like a good deed. 671

every nice, 304

harshness gives, 244

i' the world, no. 316

is rank. my. 317

is. where the, 318

magnified the, 126

no. taken, where none meant. 833

one. hang twice for. 830

propriety avoids. 573

scorn to take. 244

what dire, 244

what seems to your feelings no. 658

with or without. 62
Offend. I'll not willingly. 386

one of these little ones. 429

who fears t', 81
Ojfende, chi, non perdona mai, 861
Offended, him have I, 303
Offender, a most notorious. 338

love the, 253

never pardons, 861
Offending, head and front of my. 322
Offer much, one way of denying. 872

never refuse a good. 831
Offers should not, 265
Offered (bodin) geir stinks. 764
Offering, little, makes a good price. 820
Offerir molto d apegie di negare, 872
Oiferta, a tal aanto, tal, 818
Office, a losing, 294

beginning of, is best. 565

clear in nls great. 308

discontent on bestowal of. 730

dog obeyed in. 306

firodlike. 339

insolence of. 315
. makes the man. 861

proves the man. 468

shows the man. 580

teaches the man, 861

the end of, deteriorates. 565

the sad. 694

unpaid, makes thieves. 875
Officer, art thou. 296

of mine, 323
Officious in contriving, 91

innocent, sincere. 176
Ojficium colore et facere, 638
Offspring, none presumed to prefer
others'. 602

of revolt. 95

of very voung, or very old. 861

source or human. 215

we are his. 480

we are thy. 470

without, 679
Oirreish. at the root of it. 114
on and the twopence, without the. 337

and work, lost both. 624

in smooth, rasor best is whet, 406

lingering, with boiling, 145

nddnight, 141, 260

of Joy for mourning, 421

on the flre, 754

our wasted. 97

smoother than, 624

to the citv of olives. 871
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Ointrnpot. mollified with. 419
Olbos ou hehaios. 475
Old a head, with bo. 284
a Jadffe of thinss, 686
affe and experience hand in hand,

263
affe and time teach mnch. 469
age, care of. to die well. 492
age coveted by all, 835
age does not come alone. 480
age is confident again, 3/7
age is Blow, 1
age of Tithonns, 484
age, serene and bright. 401
all things that grow, grow, 510
and agLr jorn. 112
and yoi / on our last cruise, 349
as he feels, man as. 746
as they feel, men as. 826
as they look, women as, 826
authors, 12
because they're. 258
bird not taken with a new net. 835
birds hard to pluck. 835
birds not caught with chaff, 835
birds sing, as the. 758
children when, our fear, 238
confess that I am, 306
continue brisk and fine, 108
customs best, 835
disrespect to. gross impiety, 510
early, be. to be old late, 836
faced, peaking, sister-turned-mother,

29
few know how to be, 727
flsh, old oil; and an old friend, 835
folk, cold folk. 889
friend in a new house, 756
friends to trust. 12
from death of the. 390
gentleman wagt^Ies his head, 349
grow, in ever learning, 661
heads on young shoulders. 889
heard in days of. 237
I giow. ever learning, 469
I had supposed it something, 623
in good time, become, 585
is better.. 705
knave is no babe, 756
love everything that is, 148
maids lead apes in hell. 836
malice kinder to what is, 638
man, a bed full of bones, 756
man among boys, 567
man. an. just beginning to live. 654
man. broken, 301
man eloquent. 224
man. engaged in elementary learn-
ing. 695
man grows. 258
man. he will be talking, 280
man in a house. 756
man learning an alphabet. 721
man, many disadvantages attend

an, 594
man. to advise an, 474
man twice a child. 756
man young, to make an. 361
man's saying rarely untrue. 756
man's staff, the. 861
men are testy. 331
men fear all things. 13
men feel young men's knocks. 889
men bo to death. 12
men have grey beards, 314



Old men honourable. 356

men know young men fools. 74, 80

men, subject to this vice. 295

men twice children, 836

men, we, sometimes out of ov
senses, 642

min agreeable, is the. Ill

mind with youthful body, 469

more beautiful for being. 199

never any man was yet so, 106

none so. but think they havt i
year's life, 602

nor young, not, 56

not yet so. 284

old. very old man, 360. 458

reverence due to tuinga, 493

ring out the, 367

seldom, that will not be a child. 3S!

sir, you are. 306

tales of. 234

things all are over old. 397

things always in good repute. 7SS

things are passed away. 433

thoughts. Old aspirations, 3SS

times., old manners. 148

times were changed. 271

to be young, be old young. 836

to learn, too. 208

'un. thinking of the. 112

ways. I love the good. 378

we grow, with the silent years, 691

we praise the years of. 574

wine and an old friend. 835

wine to drink. 12

woman, world is an. 71

women of botli sexes. 348

wood best to barn. 12, 588

wood, old friends, old wine. 83S

words, new dressing. 327

you never can be. 327
Oldest man ne seemed. 395
Olere "bene, nil olere, 584
Olet lucemam. 624

non "bene, qvi bene temper, 610

recte. ubi nihil olet, 593
Olive, call me not. till you see me
gathered. 842

plants round about thy table. 4i5

grove of Academe. 220
Olla male fervet, 624

no hay. Bin tocino, 738, 833
" Ologies.'*^ servants instructed in the. It
Omelettes, cannot make, without break*

ing egn. 888
Omen, absit, 484

be averted, may the. 484

birds of ill. 583
Omens are something. 624

happy or evil. 500
Omissions to supply. 34
Omne immen9um, 710
Omnes aliquid, nemo tati$, 515

non omnia po8$umtL», 613

tendimus hue, 692
Omnia non efse fortuita, 644

orta oecidunt, 510

vincit amor, 627
Omnium in omne$, 498

in omnia, jut, 573

regnator, 663
On dit, touvent arand menteur, 848
On, Stanley, on f 270
Once, better, than never, 762

does not make custom. 836

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Once not enough to hare teen him. 601

to err but. 211

to every man and nation. 197
One and inseparable, 387

and none is all one. 836

eyed in the country of the blind,
498

eyed place, a. 155

flag, one land. 166

horse town. 82

if everyone would mend. 806

Just suited to our mind. 67

man as good as another. 371

man is no man. 470. 698. 836

minute gives invention. 90

object is insufficient. 603

of these days. 838

out of many. 698

should die for many, better that. 694

thing at once, 335

time is no time. 836

two so become, as they both become
two. 26

voice of. voice of no one. 864

we are, 3

will not, what, another will. 878
One's too few. 838

too few. three's too many. 876

unlucky, two's lucky, 464
Onion, tears live in an. 305
Only one, thou wast my, 694
Onomata ta, kai ta vragmata. 476
Onomatopoeia, examples of. 644. 645
Ono8 en pithekoiB, 475
Onset, the word of. 397
Onu8 prohandi, 628
Onward in faith. 340

press bravely. 389

upward. 48
Oozing out. I feel it. 333
Open and shut, year does nothing but.
865

all things should be laid. 626

doors, do not delight him. 615

hand, and brow, 269

left, to judgment, 576

mouthed, justice should be, 211



night and day. 126
dnea.



Openea, she, but to shut, 214
Opening da^, it is our, 15
Opera nequtaquam petit, 629
Operam perdidi, 624
Operoae nihil agendo, 488

nihil agunt, 629
Opes patiuntur Btultitiam, 684
Ophirs of fabulous ore. 384
Ophthalmoa batileOa, 476
Opie, John, 457
Opinio verxtate major, 629
Opinion determined by feelings, 343

freely is his own. 208

gains strength when adopted by a
second mind, 456

good, safer than money. 500

governs all mankind. 51

governs mankind. 839

greater than truth. 629

beat of. is stupidity. 719

hi; sole. 96

in good men. 226

man who never alters, 22

mighty in war. 354

mistress of fools. 839

nine parts in war, 354

of himself, man's too high. 716



Opinion one man entertains, 239
people of sense are of our, 726
plague of, 301

plant an. they seem to eradicate,
849

aieen of the world, 839
aves of, 157

still of his own. 50

that high and mighty dame, 172

the last. 244

was his law. 301

where general, usually correct. 6
Opinions, between two. 412

golden. 308

new, always suspected, 192

not other men's. 88

our. at variance, 664

should be free. 80

so many men, so many, 661, 849

stifl in. 122

such absolute. 168
Opinion's but a fool. 326
Opinione auam re, smpiui, 637
Opium, subtle and mighty. 108

world of novels and of, 6
Opptda moliri, 543
Opportunism, see Occasion
Opportunity is bald behind, 664

do not lose. 664

dust of servile, 399

is worth expecting. 504

Jove cannot recall. 526

know your. 473

let us seise, 661

makes the thief. 839

man who loses. 228

never had mortal man such, 62

of the evening, 672

often lost by pausing, 616

recognise your. 623

seize an, 623

take advantage of, 503

thy guilt is great, 327
Opportunities, hell roofed with lost,
802

keep yourself from, 839

wise man will make. 11
Oppose everything and propose nothing.
462

with firmness. 89
Opposed may beware, that the. 312

not, does not imply permitted. 601
Opposing host, the faint. 374
Opposition, a formidable. 116

duty of, to oppose. 462

I strive against, 608
Oppress, to, is harsh, 706
Oppression and sword-law. 218

bitter, to make. 314

he who allows. 105

makes the wise man mad, 29

sword against. 339
Oppression's tall, 167
Oppressors, rigour of. 41
Oppressor's wrong, the, 315
Opprohria jingere smvus, 646
Opprohrium medieorum, 629
Opse the6n aleousi muloi, 785
Optat arare eahallm, 629
Optimistic sophistries. 4
Opu8, hoe, hie labor est, 535

exegi, 571

propositum perflce, 643

quod bene fertur, 576

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Or va pi8 que devant, 827

Oracle, equiyocal utterance of* 556

I am Sir. 283

no truth at all i' the. 29Q

thoo art my. 694
Oracles are dumb, 225

God's, never lie. 106
Orat et laJioraU Qui, 651
Orate pro nohiSt 629
Orations, make no long. 233
Orator, a good, a bad man. 501

action to the, 14

an almost chilling. 576

despise not a rustic. 467

dramatist-minstrel. 231

eyil. subverts the laws. 629

I am no. 304

I'll play the, 299

is despised. 682

like a rough. 207

three qualities of, 694

too green. 326
Orator bonus, apemitur, 682

MaiduM, 676
Oratorea fimus, 597

Orators make up for depth by length,
714

of loTe. 105

seditious. 8

the famous. 220

we are made. 597
Oratory, holy, 369
Orb in orb. 217

that tho'u behold'ft, 285
Orcades. at the. 246
Orchard, easy to rob an. 811
Order changeth. the old. 361. 368

gave each thing view. 300

governs the world. 354

m variety, 252

is heaven's first law. 247

prescribed, let us follow the, 670
Orders, give, and do it. 807
Ordinary circumstances of life. 2
Ore rotundo, 629

tenui, 629
Organ, mellering to the, 113

most miraculous, 315

the pealing. 221

the silent. 129
Organs, majestic solemn. 252
Origin of all from the gods. 683

our. what matters ft. 402
Original and end. 178

great, 2

no great men are. 131

perused mankind in the, 4

thus in the, 677
Orion. 39 note

bands of. 414
Orisons, nymph, in thy. 315
Orlando, molti parlan di, 824
Ormus. wealth of, 212
Ornament, deceived with, 284

of a meek and quiet spirit, 436

virtue better without. 13

we are captivated bv. 496
Omamenta amhitiota, 490
Omata, nimia, 676
Ornateness goes with greatness. 384
Omavit, nullum tetigit quod non, 619,

651
Oro i che oro vale, 827
Oros orei ou mignutai, 475
Orphan, a trampled. 362



Orphans, never had to dear a lorn,

299
Orphan's head, surgeon practisefl on tU,
739

tears, wronged. 208
Ortes and dorgs, 113
Orthodoxy kept alive by Indillereoet,

410
Orthographer, he is turned, 280
Of et offam, inter, 867

magna sonaturum, 564
Of fa, tero venientihus, 673

tarde venientihus, 690
Ossa upon Pelion. 559
Ost una West, daheim doM BetU 771
Ostent. in a sad. 284
Ostentation, formal, 318

the maggot. 282
Oturus, tanquam, 490
Othello's occupation's gone, 324
Other, there was no. 262
Others, all came from, and will go to.
753

who does nothing for. 736
Others' business pleases ua most. 489
Otium cum dignitate, 630

des corpori, 662
Otter, fish in the house of an, 811
Ought, is. but it hadn't. 157

we do not what we. 5

when thou dost purpose. 160
Oughts nothing without strokes, 831
Outr dire iza partout, 845
Ounce of mirth, 19
Our Lady's grace, through, 272
Ourselves, betrayed by. 90

in, that we are tnus, 323

we wish things better with, thai
with others. 625
Outalissi's soul, 66
Out of sight, out of mind. 83

to Bet some men put, 106

within would fain go, 106
Outlived thyself. 736
Outside, a clinquant, 196

martial. 285
Outspokenness wrested to its own i»

struction. 701
Out-topping knowledge. 4
Out-vote them, we cannot, 177
Outwit another, you may, but not aO

others. 726
Ouvrier, d', fait de main, 728
Ova eras pullis meliora, 486
Oven comes to the dough, when tka
812

if the mother had not been in tha
806
Ovens, old. soon hot. 836
Overcome but half his foe, 211

not to be. 211
Overdone worse than underdone. 839
Over-good, not, 406
Overlap business, never. 461
Overpowers the achievementa of oihera

699
Overt, all are ill. but over the vaU»

754
Ovo prognatus eodem, 503
Owe. a heroic virtue to. 716

no man anything. 432

pay what you, 840

you one. 89

yourself, remember to whom yoa
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Owes not any man, 193

nothing, nappy who, 471, 637
Owing, first oomes, then lying, 779
Owl. a groat for an, 801

moping, 151

Bongs, sadder than, 64

the wailing. 151 note

you may lore a screaming. 404
Owl s eyes, ignorant hath, 859
Own. but mine. 287

do what he Ukes with his. 746

do what I will with mine, 427

I dinna ken. 262

I scarcely call those things our,
596

seemed too much our, 159

what he wrote was all his, 108
Oz, a pack-saddle on an, 501

a strange, gazes out of doors, 501

a weary, treads more firmly, 501

before, take heed of an, 852

born to labour, 492

desires the horse's trappings. 629

eyed Juno. 469

fall, if the. whet your knife. 881

go, where shall the, but he must
labour, 882

has spoken, 501

has trodden on my tongue, 469

in his tongue, 501

is made from a calf, 533

is stricken down. 684

knoweth his owner. 419

muzzle the mouth of the. 432

old. makes straight furrow. 756

patience of the labouring. 185

stalled, and hatred therewith, 416

taken by the horns. 757

the thirsty, walks. 864

tired, treads surest. 864

to the water, no good leading an,
838

young learns to plough from the
old. 483
Oxen, nature draws more than, 829

old. have stiff horns. 836

unmanageable, brought in time to
plough. 691

where no. the crib is clean. 882

who drives fat. 177
Oxenforde. a clerk ther was of. 74
Oxford, of whom the poet said. 275

sent a troop of horse to. 26

sent, troops he to. 376 note

spires of. 397

Street. London. 489 note

University, motto. 522
Ov. voVt et te taia, 800
Oyster, a too long opened. 30

an uncommon fine. 110

bold man that first ate an. 800

man that first ate an. 354

may be crossed in love, 333

solitary as an. 112

the pearl of his, 355

'twas a fat. 255

world's mine. 278
Oysters, four young, 119

he had often eaten. 143

how do you after your. 803

how should we do for. 445

not good in a month with "r" in
it. 839

poverty and. 110
07Btermongers' Company, 372



P, as if going to pronounce the letter,

to pronounce the letter, 114 note
P.D., Post Diluvium, 639
P'g and Q's. mind your. 826
Pabulum Acheruntis, 630

inaenii, 522
Pace different, way the same, 545

I don't like the. 337
Pacem, qui deaiderat, 649

si via, para helium, 807
Paciencia v harajar, 738, 840
Pack, a venal. 546

small, becomes a small pedlar, 749
Packing thought close. 202
Packsaadles, cadgers speak of. 765
Pactum non pactum, 630
Pagan spoiled. Christian a, 410

suckled in a creed outworn, 396
Paganini, 33
Page, ah sweet Anne. 278

her ample. 151
Pages dedicated to ladies. 585

my. are full of licence. 574
Pageant, insubstantial. 276
Pageants, ordered all the, 93
Pageantry, antique. 221
Paid, fools and knaves better, 124

he is well, 285

him again, it shall be. 438

him very large, had, 442
Paille, un homme de, vaut une femms

d'or, 746
Pain, a gain to lose, 579

a pleasant, 782

after pain, 84

all that the proud can feel of. 59

and anguish wring. 270

and change, 259

and grief to me, it was, 439

another's. 128

boast of apathy when out of, 81

capacity for. 392

compels all things. 522

doth inherit. 281

fellowship in. 219

fiery throbbing. 176

for another's. 153

forgotten where gain comes. 839

hours of, 67

if great, will be short, 628

is felt, hand is laid where. 864

is lessened by another's. 319

is no evil. 185

is perfect misery. 216

is. where, there will the finger be,
696

joy is almost. 330

makes the innocent lie. 631

music softens. 4

no credence to a mind in. 492

no. no palm. 240

not akin to. 193

our Lady of. 355

parade of, 366

past is pleasure, 839

posting into. 409

short-lived, z70

stranger yet to. 152

superflux of. 354

superior. 152

sweeter for past, 150

that never feels a 200



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Pain that paio to miei, 93

the plea«artf of the, 89

the UQutterable, 143

the years of. 36

think of coming, 234

though fall of. 213

to avoid, by another's example, 637

to be affected by. but to reiist, 622

to prolong a. 276

to am lie at. 409

ua least when keen. 406

who liTes long, knows, 797

with the thousand teeth. 384
Pains and labour, 3

and penalties. 252

forgotten, when gains follow, 781

great, quickly find ease. 787

(rrow sharp. z41
die people take most. 804

men come to greater pains by, 10

naething got without. 829

no. no gains, 833

DO prise without. 832

nothing in respect of this. 346

only for taking. 121

real things. 60

take, and grow rich, 772

than members, body has more, 486

to get, care to keep, 844

wondrous waste of, 79
Fain tant qu'il dure, 772
Painch in, pit their. 43
Paint an inch thick, let her. 318

does he. 31

he best can. 253

like nature, who can, 372

me as I am. 104

mind the, 466

them truest. 2

when you see a woman, 882

with a sword, 637
Painted features of ancestors, 683

meadow. 2

to the eyes. 118

trifles. 3
Painter, a flattering. 147

some great, dips. 331
Painters and noets have leave to lie, 840

dare anything, 636

love their profession. 371
Painting, a little amateur. 348

and flghting. look afar on. 836

can express, more than. 266

displays the mind in a, 688

mute and motionless. 66
Paintings. I have heard of, your. 316
Paints me before, blackens me behind,
884

the dead, 793

the water. 793
Pair, a well-matched, 502. 631

almost equal to three, 631

blest. 215

loving modest. 42

of brothers, a noble, 631
Pakpattan cloth. 754
Palahras, malaa. 824
Palace, pine in a. 391
Palaces, gorgeous, 276

prosperity within thy. 415
Palankin, if all get into the, 805
Palate, reason for existence, 562

who live for their. 652
Palaver, our national. 72
Pale and pettish. 464. 777



Pale and wan, why so. 361

as any clout, 321

beauties. 1

fair but very, 260

fair, not, 85

peevish, 463
Paleness, saintly, 339
Palinodiam caTiere, 630
Palinurus nodded. 252
Pall, in sceptred. 221
Pall Mall GaMstte. the. 371



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