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Palladium of all rights. 181
Palm, an itching. 304

bear the, 303

greased the doorkeeper's, 717

let him bear who deserves, 631

DO pain, 240

the rewards of the. 612
Palmer-worm hath left, that which the

422
Palmistry, he deals in. 258
Palpable, clothing the. 88
Palter with us in a double sense, 311
Paltered with Eternal God. 366
Pan himself. 403
Pane, chi ha, non ha dentt, 795
Panes of quaint device, 182
Panegyric, here provide, 363

needs no, 107
Panem et Circen$eB, 523
Pang, free from a. 228

my bosom dare not brave, 56
Pangs to know, pleasing, 375
PanUr, le pit du. 861
Panjandrum himself, the great. 449
Pansies. that's for thoughts, 318
Pansy freaked with Jet. 224
Panta rhei, 477
Pantaloon, slippered. 286
PanteB kakoi douloi, 477
Pantheism. God is seen God. 34
Pantotfeh unter dcm, 875
Pantry, toom, thriftless guid wife. TiH
Papa is poor, or else his dear. 349

the word, 114
Pope, qui mange du, 794
Paper, a penny. 268

blurrers, the company of. 334

credit, blest, 249

does not blush. 505

endures anything. 889

government, 38

if all the worlde were. 444

portion of uncertain, 60

spare the perishable, 636

that ever blotted. 284

youth and white. 889
Papers, speak from your folded, 166
Papier ist geduldip, 889
Por don on a pardon, 727, 782

neootiit, 601

nohile fratrum, 631
Parade, sic pomp and art. 43

without, 56
Paraded all he did. 628
Par ad is. a sorrowfull, 77
Paradise, an earthly, fiSs

are opening, 153

be found, will, 227

hopes of, 134

if we meet in. 31

must I thus leave thee. 218

of fools, 214

Saint hell gates with, 364
tie gate of, 234



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Paradise, the keys of. 108

thou only bliss of, 99

to wake in. 239

walked in, 3

who will enter. 799
Paradox, an embodied, 89

which comfortB. 32
Paraxon of animals. 314
Paracrraphs of praise, 340
Parallel, none but himself can be his.

Parasites or sub-parasites, 181
Parasite's banquet, 631
ParatuB, ad omnia, 553

in utrumque, 562
Parce, puer, atimulis, 631
Parcel, becoming a, 267
Parcels, good things in small, 786
Parcere suhjectii, 547
Parchment, being scribbled o'er, 297

features bound in stale, 210

wax and. 38

wings. 174
Pard. bearded like the, 286

like spirit, a. 331
Pardon, a good man can. 501

a wrong in which we partake. 726

all but thyself. 781

choicest flower of Tictory. 840

feared, 069

kiss of the sun for. 449

ne'er who have done the wrong. 127

others, not yourself. 657

no, where no fault is. 882

weakness. 1
Pardons revengers of slanders, 840
Pardon's the word, 308
Pardon-mes, these, 321
Pardoned and retain th' offence, 317
Parendo imperaU 503
Parendum tempori, 691
Parent. CTerything dear to its. 480

from the sky, 250

of good, 216

of his country, 631

of things. 631

what authority can you have as a,
698
Parents and children. 9

honour your. 453

justice to. is called piety. 573

let children support, 57/

loTe can last our liyes, 28

love of. the first law. 520

passed into the skies, 102

that I have kind, 359
Parents' errors, the undoing of children,

478
Pares cum paribus, 818
Pari paasu, 631

Paries cum proximus ardet, 597
Paris. Americans when they die, go to,
391

common-sewer of, 175

fair, fantastic, 27

half angel, half grisette, 191

in a bottle. 805

not made in one day, 845

the Judgment of, 584

to Peru. 715

tout. 730
Parish, a terrible. 443

makes the constable. 275

pay is hush money. 343

wide was his. 75



Parishes, estate in two. 773

Park, the, takes away the dwellLngi of

the poor, 484
Parker, Theodore, 192 note
Parla, chi, semina, 799
Parleys, valour that, 875
Parliament, beautiful talk in, 72

house, the, 297

of man, 362

of the unlearned, 631

speaking through reporters, 72

what is said in, 268
Parliaments, the mother of, 23
Parliamentary debate, 56

eloquence, 72

hand, old. 145
Parlour twilight. 99

will you walk into my, 447
Parlous state. 287

Parnassus, number of the elect made
up, 722

step to, 545
Paro la, una, tira Valtra, 837
Parole, telle, 777
Parr, the centenarian, 458
Parritch, the halesome, 42
Parrot, a, may rehearse, 96

like the, thinks the more. 869
Pars magna fui, quorum, 646

mei multa superstes erit, 632
Parsimonia, magnum vectigal, 612
Parsimonious, age is, 108
Parsimony, worst profusion, 201
Parsley, no need of. 493
Parson knows enough. 101

there goes the, 94
Parsons, souls* waggoners. 840
Parson's nose, tickling a, 320

saw, the, 282
Part, can so gently. 305

contained in the whole. 562

great, of me shall survive me, 632

nor lot, neither, 430

of all that I have met. 362

seen, imagined part, 404

she hath done her, 217

take this in good, 379

'tis hard to. 16

to love and then to. 85, 86

to meet again. 140

where is the greater, there is ihm
whole, 696

whereof I formed a great, 646
Parts, all his gracious, 291

man of, 101



plays many. 286

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Paria tueri, 600
Partage de Montgomerie, 754
Parte inaudita altera, 652
Parted, and then we. 258

the way we. 355

when we two, 59
Parthenon, proudly wears the, 129
Parthians, more lying than. 631
Partial for the observer's sake. 248
Partiality, all. being laid aside, 626

misdirected, 640
Particularise, why should I. 679
Parties, Carlyle on, 70

die of their own lies. 462

I shall offend all. 62

names of. 121

the two great, 130

to waver between two, 763

two. divide the world, 361



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PartiM work tofether, S61
Partinor an image of death, 188

endless, 137

is such sweet sorrow, 320

was all sob and siffh, 258

was well made. 304
Partington, the excellent Mrs., 336
Partir d poinU 877
Partisan, no fiery, 390
PartiUons. thin. 44, 128

what thin. 245
Partner, authority impatient of a. 617

Mr. Jorkins. I hare a, 113

of my sonl, 266
Partnership, leonine, 676
Partridge, always, 730

breeders. 363

if the, had the woodcock's thigh, 806

in the pnttock's nest. 297
Parturiunt montei, 632
Party all Mulligans, a, 372

attachment to any, 334

being of no. 62

best, he serres his, 157 *

conquers in the strife, 871

diTisions, 37

gare up, to, 147

EoTemment impossible without, 117
e forsook, the. 123

honesty, is expediency. 83

la the madness of many, 257. 353.
461

none was for a. 202

patriotism of no, 338

puHling sons of, 375

strife, forms of, 367

to unite with, or make one, 70

true to one. 197

writer, qualifications of a, 257
Party's call, at my, 143
Parva componerB maQnii, 675

non contemnendo. 632
Parvo netciet utt, 651
Parvum parva decent. 632
PaBt le premier, qui coUte, 818
Pasquils. ribald libels. 69
Pass, all things. 189

and are put to our account. 636

away, these things. 548

I'll tell thee as we. 321

let that. 277

nor turn my face, 31

oh. let him. 307

the world's four parts. 263

this way again. I shall not. 448
Passage, desired to fret a. 139

money, madness to lose your. 544

perillus maketh port pleasaunt, 448

to a welcome grare, 382
Passages that lead to nothing. 153

that strike your mind. Sf
Passed by on the other side, 428

forth pacientliche. 190
Passenger, forlorn ana wandering, 222
Passes, all. breaks, wearies. 730

eyerything, except what is well done,
777
Passeth it away, so soon, 439
Paatihus sequia, 673

mquia. haudt 549
Pa88im» 9ic, 678

Passing of the sweetest soul, 366
Passion and prejudice, 388

and pride. 25^

curb your, 639



Passion debases, and also rateea. 711

his own fatal. 685

in disputes, 26

is the gale, 246

is undone, by. 246

leads, where. 199

may I goTern my, 257

one master. 246

pain, or pride. 360

shall hare spent, when his. 368

BO confused. 284

strong in death, 848

the ruling. 248

to inspire, hopeless, 371

true loTe consists not in. 217

unnecessary in a good cause, 85

whirlwind of your. 315
Passions, act from the, 116

are likened best. 262

are no more, when, 381

big. 403

calms the ruflBed, 238

consenting. 254

exaggerated virtues and Tices, 739

free, from all. 106

in excess are female, 57

judge aright of. 106

lost in wayward. 373

make and unmake. 714

men of like, 431

of the mind, 238

orators who always persuade, 784

path of the. 714

rise, never let your angry, 386

serving, the greatest slavery, 847

so potent. 43

the elements of life, 845

the voice of the body, 719

their human, 152

time physician of our, 870

two master. 66
Passion's slave, is not, 316
Passive thing, that. 87
Past, and to come, seem best, 295

at least, is secure. 387

be the past, let the. 735

dead, bury its dead, 193

events, memory of, 604

good fortune is remembered. 500
eaven powerless against the, 186

is in its grave. 28

let's consider the. 170

proclaims our future, 357

remembrance of things, 327

study, if you would divine the
future. 851

summon from the shadowy, 194

the dreadful, 361

the faultful, 365

the future, are a dream, 159

thy low-vaulted, 166

to lament the. 37

unsighed for. 395

we should not worry about the. 717

who ever saw old age, which did not
praise the, 728

woman with a. 457
Pasthry thot aggravates. 111
Pastors are alike. lOi

as some ungracious, 312
Pasture, break a. will make a man, 464
Pastures, fields, chieftains, 585

good, fat sheep. 786

new, 224

to be down in, 414



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Pat, now might I do It, 317
Patoh and loner sit, 840

better a, than a holf, 826
was worn, while the, d62
Patches, purple. 563
Pate, beat your. 255
the learned, 302
Pates, lean, 281
Patenottre de singe, 727
Pater /amtltaa, 632

familias, Bemel tcurra, nunquam,

652
PatriaB, 711, tee 465
Paternity, research into, forbidden, 721
Paternoster built churches, 840
Patemoater, saherlo como su, 792

the monkey's, 727
Path, beaten, the safest, 853
every, hath a puddle. 775
formerly a, now a high road, 530
is plain, thy, 340
left'st the right, 270
of rays, golden, 228
public, none forbidden the, 602
thither our, 30
well begun, tread the, 657
Paths, to attempt the unknown, 673
Paths koina pantOn, 473

mathOB, 477
Pathos and sublime, 46

of human life, 3o4
Patt natse, 632

Patience a great part of Justice, 632
a remedy for all suffering, 612
a tired mare, 296
abuse our, 661
abused becomes fury, 644
abused becomes madness, 632
and shuffle the cards, 738, 840
and sorrow, 306
oonguers the world, 840
genius is protracted, 782
grows not in eyery garden, 840
hath such mild composure giyen. 401
he that hath. 796
how poor that have not, 324
in adversity, 808
in mean men, 291

in your, possess ye your souls, 429
is a stout horse, 840
is bitter, its fruit is sweet, 720
is sorrow's salve, 80
key of content, 840
key of Paradise, 840
lasteth, fury wasteth as, 782
must be hen, 209
of Job, 436
of the ox, 185
on a monument, 289
passes science, 727, 840
perforce, medicine for a mad dog.

840
plaister for all sores, 840
preaches, 161
render him with, 225
stubborn, 213
surpasses learning, 840
the art of hoping, 720
the beggar's virtue, 208
the greatest prayer, 840
the virtue of an ass. 150
thou rose-tipped cherubin, 324
though God take the sun from

heaven. 869
time, and money, 840



Patience to speak. 280
wears out stones, 840
which means almost power, 27
with poverty, 840
Patient cures the doctor's complaint,
636
God help the, 483
in a day, despatched the, 140
inattention, 209
kill the, 11.
man, a, 107
man s a pattern, 107
only owes money to the physician,

861
the, conquer, 632
thoueh sorely tried. 194
unruly, makes harsn physician, 511
we must be, 318
who can be, 799
Patines of bright gold, 285
Pat 17118, in, 492

Patior telit vulnera facta meia, 649
Patmos strand, weak on, 32
Patria mea totua mundua, 615

uhi bene, ibi, 696
PatrisB idoneuB, 546
Patriarchal grace, 42

rule the best government, 377
Patrimony, a. utterly demolished. 633

a second, 554
Patriot is a fool, 251
name, one, 229
never, not a fool, 122
the flaming, 181
Patriots are grown too shrewd, 100
at Madrid. 229
country, 59
dear to God. 225
in peace, 124
we, true, 19
who risked a cause, 27
Patriot's all-atoning name, 122
blood, 66
boast, 145
heart, a, 404
Patriotic principles, flghts on, 328
Patriotism of no party. 338

refuge of a scoundrel, 176
Patron, a wretch who supports, 178
above a, 250
and the gaol, 175
genius useless without a, 603
Patrons, he has enough, who doe*
rightly. 708
insolence of, 590



right-doer has enough. 668
tronage, mud of English. 3r
the whole art of life, 329



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Patronise Providence, 70
Patte de velours, 715
Pattenmakers' motto, 662
Patter, unintelligible. 144
Pattern, made him our, 33
Pauci contra tot millia, 654
Paul has served us with a text, 99

high esteem with, 225

observes, as. 96

St.. fought with bea#td, 92
Paul's holy pen, 80

sketch the ruins of St.. 202

will not always stand, 840
Paunches, fat, 281
Pauper, he's only a, 236

whom nobody owns, 236
Paupers, three million, 72



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Pauper pudor, 628

turn, fateor, 686

ubique jacet, 561, 633
PaupertB eat numerare pgcut, 633
Paaperism, clamorous. 377
Paup0Tta$, infelix, 607

omnet artes perdoeet, 633

omnium artium, repertris, 633
Paupertate ambitioBa» 551
Pauvre homme, le, 7^2
Payement, faithleu to the fuddled foot,
373

riches of heaTen's. 212
Pavements fanged with murderoos

stones, 87
Paw of hireling woWes. 224
Pax hello paritur, 631

Cererem nutrit, 633

et quies, 562
Pay, a person who can't, 114

and oe cured. 840

and prey, a pain to. 810

bad. poisons trust. 874

beforehand, work will be behind. 840

best succeed who best can, 79

for it and take it. 878

if I can't. I can owe. 164

impossible without taxes. 603

me what thou owest. 427

more than your learning's worth,
889

no gentlemen ought to, 178

none would, all would know, 616

once, never crave, 836

pleasure and good, 95

till they come tb, 107

well when served well, 840

who cannot, let him pray, 794

without going in, you may, 24
Payer, good, master of another's purse,

743
Paying, repugnance to, 371
Paymaster, bad, get what you can from,

782
Payment in advance, evil payment, 840

painful is all, 63

this, satisfactory, 547
Paynim voice to prayer, 67
Pays another, 256

he that takes and he that, 101

the best, I scent which, 198
Pays hon, mauvais chemin, 865

et maison faite, 780
Pea, gives a, to get a bean, 889
Peace, a crowd dangerous to, 695

a long, 294

a moth of, 323

a wretched, worse than war, 690

above earthly dignities, 301

and be wise, 356

and ease. 232

and health, 153

and honour, 341

and quiet ever have, 225

and rest can never dwell, 211

any, better than civil war. 565 note

arm thee in, 766

be to my sable shroud, 223

be with you. 634

be within thy walls. 415

becomes men, anger beasts, 502

begins where ambition endtf. 408

bleeds, and hope expires, 407

blessings of, 667

breeds oowards. 307



Peace brings good rolera, 662
carry gentle, 301
celestial, 66

certain, better than ▼ictory hooti
for, 586 ^^

depart in, 428
disarmed, is weak. 741
ef you want, 198
for men so old to keep the. 319
friend of Ceres, 620
friends to. 95
go in, 484
God blesses. 783
God gave her, 360
God give us. 518
had Zimri. 413
hath her victories. 224
her perfect, 265
how to live in. 496
I labour for. 439
if you wish for. 807
Uls of long, 619
impossible without arms, 603
in, provide for war, 643
in tny breast. 320
in war. 633

inglorious arts of, 205
it's interest that keeps, 869
its ten thousands, 26/
let us brins. 66

make a solitude and call it. 681
maker, the onlv. 287
makers, blessed are the. 425. 498
meek-eyed, 225

more happy than lives on land. S66
more powerful than war, 634
more sweet than music. 357
my everlasting. 170
never lamb more gentle in, 291
no. unto the wicked. 421
not thus doth, return. 341
nothing brings, but yourself. 131
nurse of Geree. 633
of God. 434

of mortal war. one makes. 797
of the nature of a conquest. 295
on earth. 428
patched-up. 521
peace, is what I seek, 5
piping time of, 298
plenty the child of. 260
preparing for the land of, 238
produced by victory. 705
produced by war. 631
retrenchment, and reform. 461
should most endeavour, 218
slept in. 301
sloth not. 213
soft phrase of. 322
source of social life. 374
the final aim of war. 733
the nurse of drones. 207
the object of war. 498
the worst, preferable to war. 56S
thousand years of, 367
to be found, if there's. 231
to corrupt, 218
to end my days, in. 257
to impose conditions of. 547
to this house. 633
too busy for my. 406
unaccomplished. 564
universal, 362

unjust, preferable to Just war. IX
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Peace was the prize. 121

we all entreat for. 617

weapons bodes. 877

wearied into, 121

when armed, he loved. 640

when there is no peace. 421

where there is. God is. 883

which made thy reign, 123

which the world cannot give, 437

who desires, make ready for war,
649

who will not have, 799

win or buy, 267

with cudgel in hand, 840

with honour, 462
Peaceably with all men. live. 432
Peaceful services not rewarded by titles,

113
Peacefully then shall my bones rest, 622
Peach, a. for your enemy. 840

underside of a ripe. 35
Peacock, when the, loudly bawls. 881

whose eyes incline to nis tail, 170
Peacocks with their splendid eyes. 167
Peaks, on purple, a deeper shade. 271
Pear, after a, wine or the priest. 840

on a Catherine, 351

year, a dear year, 747
Pears spoil the voice, 757
Pearl, bright orient, 328

dropped like, 210

from the dunghill, 585

ignoring the, 556

laid up. many a fair. 156

no radiant. 105

of great price, 426

sand were, 277

with orient. 216
Pearls at random strung. 179

before swine, 425

that were hit eyes. 276

who would search for. 125
Pearson, Bishop, 21
Peasant, happier he. the. 153

in fine breeches. 847

may believe, 161

sleeps, 24

the toe of the, 318
Peasants, stupidest, get biggest pota
toes, 819

would be kings. 806
Peasant's ear, tuned to please a, 271
Peasantry, a bold, 146
Pebble, finding a smoother, 236
Pebbles on the shore. 220

unnumbered idle. 306
Pecado nuevo, a, penitencia nueva, 775
Peccantium eat pcsna peccasse, 641
Peccare nefaz, 650
PeceM, quien, huiere, 888
Peek of dirt (or ashes) every one must

eat a. 775
Pectora caeca, 622
Pecudum ai more pererrant, 655
Peculiar people, a. 436
Pecunia amitaa, 637

collecta, 558

domitrim fati, 511

primum, quarenda, 620

regimen omnium, 634

regina, 529
Pecuniam accipere docuimus. 6^4
Pecue numsrare, 633

99rvum, 621
Pedagogorum, teeptra, 538

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Pedantry of cold mechanic battle. 397
Pedants, learned. 49

shall not tie my strains. 393
Pedant's wand, a. 363
Pedes capiat primum, 582

lanatOB hahent, 520

quod eat ante, 659
Pedtbua illotis, 558
Pedigree in steers and horses. 541

pnilosophr does not regard. 683

tatents distributed without regard
to, 724

wi' a lang. 236

without. 462
Pedigrees, what do. avail, 683
Peep and botanise. 401

that, and that mutter, 420
Peer, impudence and money make a,

money makes a, 107

of all their fathers, 357

wary was that noble, 344
Peers are not always generous, 97

judgment of their, 608

play with your, 841

rhyming, 80
Peerage out, justle, 123

study the, 392
Peevish and jealous, 46

that way, 277
Pegasus, thought it, 18f
Peitharchia, 471
Pelf, anything for, 168

knowledge, fame or. 246
Pelion upon Olympus. 634
Pella, the young man of, 698
Pelting each other, 96
Pen. a flowing. 513

as others do their sword. 237

dipping his, into his mind. 479

glorious by my. 227

governs me. my. 348

is full as harmless. 275

knife, saw me take out my, 352

kniorhts of the, 372

made from angel's wing, 91

mightier than the sword, 200

militia of the, 410

of a ready writer, 415

proclaims the man, 684

sharp as a. 2%

should fail to guide the. 102

such virtue hath my, 327

take your, write quickly. 686

through everything, moist, 112

with hammer, and chisel, and. 186

write, 281

write with a goose, 289
Pens, break the, 542

dangerous tools, 359

quirks of blaEoning, 323
Penalties, equal, for crimes, 487
Penalty, offence not wiped out by the,
655

under. 685
Penance for contemning love. 277

or for gold, for, 273
Penatea, dtl, 520
Pence, better short of. than sense. 762

eternal want of, 362

free to give their, 76

take care of the. 78. 852
Pendulum, betwixt a smile and tear. S3

vibration of a, 181
Ponelope, the web of. 634



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PenStdn logoi kenoi, 480
Penitepce and prayer. 350
Penlake. Bicliard, 341
Penna, nee tenui, 615
Penny, an ill-wan, 808

and penn^, 840

back again like a bad, 759

can do no more, 199

for a pennyworth, 830

for your, 747

Eoes after penny. 840
eeds not, shall never have, 885
in for a, 808
in the urn. 242
if penny's brother, 840
nae freen like the. 829
nae, nae pardon, 833
no companion like the, 868
no. no paternoster. 833
of obserration, 281
paper, a, 268
piece, not one, 266
saTed, a, 375
■aved, a penny got, 747

aared, twice got, 747
e worse. 17

to spend, lend, and for a friend. 759

who will not keep a. 840

wise, be not. 11

wise, pound foolish. 840

with right, better than a thousand
without. 761
Pense, je, done je ruts, 718

pdchd qui de luy mal» 727
Pens4e d'escalier, 7l8
Pension never enriched youns man, 840

pay to a state hireling. 179
Pent, in populous city, 217
Pentameter, in the, 86
Penury, chill, 151

ragged. 163
People, a head confused. 219

a. may be strong where the laws
are, 555

adulation bad for the, 39

and people, there are. 866

are tne masters. 39

by-and-by will be the stronger, 62

by the. for the. 192

compared with sea, 8

docile to the yoke, 486

every, has its prophet, 775

found jints. frien's done carvin', 198

gathered to his. 411

Esnerally corrupt. 38
ave flattered the. 302
health of the. 667
hiss me. 639
I love the. 278

is but the attempt of many. 29
is the heart of a country, 722
long may you be with your. 673
love to have it so. 421
never desired to please the. 620
not understanded of the, 438
O too credulous. 622
other, are quite dreadful, 392
overcharged, 11
power of the. 577
prince like, 818
shall be my people, 412
Buflrages of the. 593
that he might advance his, 195
the common, 13
the oommon. sometimes err, 567



People, the common, sometimes ess
aright, 567

the, have joy, 724

the lord's delights now tho deligb
of the. 517

the tax-paying, 589

the true legislator. 40

the^ wish to be deceived, 639

think, what the, 38

to worship the, 14

utterly possessed, 622

voice of the, 13

we give ourselves to the, 616

who do not deserve to be spoken to
721

whose common ties are gone. 103

ye are the, 413

yearning to be free, 384
Peoples, new-caught, sullen. 186

there is one voice of the, 711
People's Judgment. 122

love, veneration and the. 403

pious nursery-faith, 88

right remains. 126

right, the. 124

silence the lesson of kings. 723

supremacy. 639

voice, the, 172

whisper hath great might. 480

wrongs his own, 122
Pepper, enjoy the, 118
Peppercorn, I am a, 294
Peppered for this world, 321

the highest, who, 147
Perch, and not their terror, 278

the lawless, 368
Percy and Douglas, the old song of. 334
Perd, quit pdc/ie. 885
Perdere, ne perdiderit, non cetsat, 677

quern Deus vult, 886
Per are, apris, perd on bien, 837
Perdunt operant, 508
Pereant qui ante no8 nostra dis^nnt^

635
Pdrea sont damn4$, dont Jes, 789
Perfect character, a. 80
Perfection cannot 1m^ attained. 686

dead, no more. 367

in this nether world. 98

is no trifle, 451

made for man, 19

pink of, 148

to keep in sight, 384

true, 285

walks slowly. 720
Perfections, his were so rare. 61
Perfer et oodura, 635
Perferre est grave, 576
Perfida, ear a tamsn, 635

tela cave, 658
Performance, silent, 73
Perfume, all. 97

and suppliance, 312
Perhaps, a great, 70. 717

some forlorn. 199
Peri at the gate. 230
PerieoXo, pastato eX, 769
Pertctilum in mora, 769
Periiisem nt'st periiaem, 635
Peril, a' is na tint that's in. 753
Perils do enfold, how many, 344

do environ. 49

past. 273

what mighty, wait. 80
Perilous hour. 230



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Perimus licitia, 636
Period, Tices of the, 709
Periods, deyolved his roanded, 360
Perish resisting. 727

those who have said oar good thlDgs,
635

with me, I desire you to. 662
Perishes, nothing, 15, 626
Perito, in arte sua, credendum est, 775



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