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Perjured, all forsworn. 321
Perjuries, at lovers', 320

hired witnesses sell, 610

Jove laughs at lovers', 636

smile at lovers'. 207
Perjury a virtue when the oath was a
crime, 722

divine punishment for, 636

lovers', 126
Perked up, than to be. 300
Permanent, nought's. 63
Permission, by, not of commandment,

432
Perpetua semper dignissima vita, 640
Perpetual light, enable with. 447

nothing, given us, 701
Perplex and dash. 213
Perplexed in the extreme. 325
Perplexity, coils round in its own, 87
Persecute living saints. 172
Persecution dragged them into fame, 100

religious, 41
Perseverance and obstinacy. 347
Persevere and never fear, 840

God is with those who. 466
Person, like a well-conducted, 372

no sich a. 112

one and the same, 697
Persons do, as unvalued, 312

no regard for, 618

no respect of, 424, 431

no respecter of. 431

spare, publish crimes. 631

to spare, but not faults. 577
Personage, genteel in, 69
Personis, parcere, 631
Perspicacior Lynceo, 553
Perspicuity, the chief thing in use of
words, 636

the chief virtue of a speech, 629
Persuade, though I would, 208
Persuaded, fully, in his own diind, 432
Persuadest me. almost thou. 431
Persuading others we convince our«

selves, 181
Persuasion and belief. 403

and force, 451

better than force, 840

fails, 33

hung upon his lins, 347

of the fortunate, 861

want of, 267
Persuasive, reason so, 375

tongues, 219
Perturbation, polished. 295
Perturbations of the mind. 9
Peru with all her gold. 386
Perverse creatures, 2
Perverseness makes one squint. 841
Perverted by bein^ told badly. 606
Pervioilium Veneris, 48
Peschiera. 83
Pests of society. 268
Petard, hoist with his own, 317
Peter and Peter, difference between, 737
111 call him, 290



Peter in and Paul out, 841

is princeps apostolorum, 443
of the chair gives spring, 514
praise, don't And fault with Paul,

praiseth St., blames not St. Paul,
885

rob, to pay Paul, 770

St., 223 note

St., keeps the door, 444

St., sat by the celestial gate, 59
Peter's keys, 252

pence, scorn of. 362
Petttio principii, 636
Petition, laboursome, 311

me no petitions, 132
Petitions, but such as could not be re*
fused, 640

long, spoil the cause. 68

our undoing, our. 157
Petitioners, save me from my, 122
Petrifies the feeling, 45
Petticoat, beneath her, 351

government. 458

near is my, 766

venerate a, 64
Pettifogger, litigious she, 405
PeuT, sans, et sans reproche, 729
Peut-4tre, un grand, 717
Pfennig, ein, mit lifcht, 761

ist Pfennigs Brvdcr, 840
Phaeton, if alive, would shun the skies.
709

the charioteer, 551
Phalanx, in perfect. 212
Phantasm of a man, 69
Phantasma, like a, 303
Phantasmagorical world of novels, 6
Phantom of delight, 395
Phantoms pass away, 23
Pharaoh, by the foot of, 180
Pharisees, olir academical, 201

scribes and, 79
Pharmacy is folly, 258
Pheasant lords, 363
Phidias, young, 129

Jupiter of, 455
Philanthropy, one part of, 343
Philip and Mary on a shilling, 50

drunk to Philip sober, 454^

fought men, 191

sober, appeal to, 643
Philippi, we shall meet at. 455
Philistines be upon thee. 412
Philoi, tSlou patontes, 479
PhilomathSs, ean, 470
Philomel becometh dumb, 261
Philos, oudeis^ 481
Philosopher, a deep occult, 49

all be that he was a, 74

beard does not make the, 812

like the bee. 12

not wise for himself. 474

nothing too minute to a. 149

ridiculous things said by some, 140

to be cast down, it ill becomes a, 516

traveller who is a, 149

was never yet, 280
Philosophers in the moon, 138

talk like, live like fools, 824
Philosopher's stone, content the tmSi

767
Philosophia vitm dur, 709
Philosophic mind, bring the, 402
Philosophical doubt, 88



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Philosophise. I won't. 63
PhllosophisiDff, he is. I am safe, 667
Philosophy a nandmaid to religioo, 8

a little* and depth in. 10

belief in possibilities. 26

calm lights of. 1

cannot worthilT be praised, 619

could And it. if. 314

divine. 142. 212. 366

dreamt of in your. 313

false. 213

Eoide of life. 709
ang up. 321

history is not a. 22

I ask not proad. 66

in thee, hast any. 287

is a good horse. 148

is doubt. 727

life's guide. 623

lumber of schools, 353

made Plato noble. 637

moral, 11

natural. 11. 14

passions leading to. 714

raving. 631

sister of. 188

sweet. 287

sweet milk. 321

swim with bladders of. 263

teaching by examples, 268

the mother of sciences. 14

to ridicule, is to be a philosopher,
729

touch of cold. 182

track of sag^. 73

who obeys. Is free from trouble. 619

will clip an angel's wings, 182
Phis awry. 18
Phlegmatic sleeps, 854
PhocTon on public applause. 454
Phoebus rises after the clouds, 688

po<t nuhila, 639. 688

said things worthy of. 636
Phoebus' wain. 222
Phoenicians complaining of guile, 451

invented written characters, 636
Phosphor, bring back the day, 636

sweet. 260
Photography, colourless. 265
Phrase, a vile, 314

and fame, full of. 5

•• I told you so." 64

measured. 395

would be more german. 319
Phrases, a torturer of. 274

homely, 195

sech es strikes, 198

taffata, 282

to cull flt. 80
Phrygian Turk, base. 277
Phrygians were wise too late, 673
PhuseU t«, pan to polu polemton, AT!
Phylacteries, make broad their, 427
Phyllida. my Phyllida. 118
Phyllis is my only joy. 275

the neat-handed. 221
Physic, church, army. 102

Soverned by the eye. 876
tiat sickens, 171
to the dogs. 310
Physician, after thirty, every man a, 775
better known to myself than to a.

699
cannot always cure, 611
city whose governor is a. 770



Physician, cure thyself. 586

cures, nature makes well. 586

deceive not thy. 802

fear kills more than the. 778

happy, called at the end. 789

hath his favourite disease. 132

hath the thanks, 784

heal thyself. 428. 472

honour a, 424, 803

more danger from the. 638

need not a. 426

no good, who has not been sick. 831

of others, the. 468

of others, you abound in ulcers, 489

old, young lawyer. 756

owes all to the patient, 861

superfluous among the healthy. 687

Ukee the fee. 784

the beloved. 435

who pays the. does the cure. 885
Physicians, all fancy themselves, 539

attend to their profession. 659

in health, more, than drunkards, 866

killed by. 455

many, a bad sign. 824

many, are murderers. 190

manv things of many, 428

mend or end us, 63

the best. 854

the difficulty of the, 511

the reproach of. 629

visits of many, have killed me. 477
Physician's aphorism, the. 71
Physiognomy, knowledge from, 533
Piano, ehi va, va lontano, 884

chi va, va $ano, 777
Piccadilly, peccadilloes of all. 168

rough as our own. 449
Pick a nole, easily can. 757

axe and a spade. 380

of the basket. 861
Picking and stealing, 438
Pickle thou hast left us. in what a. 43
Picklock that never fails. 206
Pickwickian sense, in its. 110
Pictura pa$eit inant. 492
Picture In every wave. 231

is a dumb poem, 696

look here, upon this. 317

not unlike you. 547

of the sense. 241

of what, a worthy subject. 622

placed the busts between, 79

she is a handsome. 207

striking, is not the. 444

take your hand from the, 585

that which a. cannot express, 13

who looks at an American. 337
Pictures, a pleasure from, 201

dead speakers, 840

for the page atone, 252

good furniture. 267

my eyee make, 86

taste, 149
Pie, a finger In the. 790
Piece, a faultless. 243

oi him, a, 311
Pier, from this here. 18
Pierce thee to the heart, 407
Pierian spring. 243
PietatiSt tante, imago, 676
Piety, a man full of. 707

and godliness, pretence to, 50

and valour. 121

by natural, 39f



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PletT. fonndation of all Tirtnes. 636

foundation of virtaes. 708

guise of persecution, 41

more prone, to, 350

no, but amongst the poor, 262
Piff, a parlour boarder of a, 169

beautiful to a pijr, 494

in a poke. 378, 830, 871

loses not nis alms, who gives to his,
790

loTe not a gaping. 284

roast. 188

teaching Minerra, 688

who has only one. 796

why they killed the, 113

with vast celerity, 86

young, grunts like the old sow, 865
Pigs fly tail first, 841

^row fat, where lambs starve, 841

into the clover, to turn, 873

little, eat ereat potatoes, 819

might fly, 841

old. have hard snouts. 836
Pig's tail, cannot make a horn of a, 835

tail, cannot make a shaft of a, 835

when the, proffered, 881
Pigging together, 38
Pigmies, weak, 207

see Pygmiei
Pigmy body* fretted the, 122
Pigeon, a love-sick. 86. 340

livered, I ani. 314

shot at the, 793
Pigeons, roasted, do not fly. 763
Pike, better the head of a. 811
Pike B head better than sturgeon's tail,

761
Pilate. Jesting, 9
Pile that ne'er decays, 404

this tall. 91
Pilfers wretched plans, 79
Pilgrim blood, their, 197

grey, a. 88

panting, 232

steps, with. 220
Pilgrims are we all. 190

Ood knows who are the best. 784
Pilgrimage, a weary, 340

froeth, he that on, 798
on gen folk to gon on, 74
Pill, death in every. 140
Pilli. apothecaries sugar, 757

are to be swallowed. 841
Pillar of a people's hope, 366

to post, 782
Pillars of government, 10

with antiqua. 221
Pilot, a daring. 122

of the Oalilean lake, 223

so expert, what, 220

that weathered the storm. 68

thou desperate, 322

'tis a fearful night, 19

to see my, 370
Pilotage, learning. 210
Pin a day. a, 185

a day is a groat a year. 747

forst her not a. 442

pricks, policy of. 462

see a. and let it lie. 846

stay not for th' other. 161

who takes not up a, 799

who will not stoop for a, 800

who will steal a. 800
Pinch, a lover's, 305



Pinch of need, helped me at, 272

they brought one. 279
Pindaric book-keeper, 41
Pine the huge, more often shaken, 667

the sayling, 344
Pines, silent sea of, 85

thunder-harp of. 336
Pined, long she. 66
Pink of courtesy, 321

of perfection, 148
Pinks are sweet, 464
Pious are the care of the gods. 613

exercises, 209

only when I'm bilious, 168

uses, for, 561

who can say I am not. 168
Pip, pip, 466
Pipe, break in the. 83

for Fortune's finger, 316

glorious in a. 57

no longer, no longer dance. 832

too low. pitch the, 361

when the. is foul within. 443
Piped unto you, we have. 426
Piper, in the house of the. 809

that want« nether chaps. 861

who pays the. calls the tune, 886
Pipers playing, 236
Pippins, old, toothsomest, 388
Piracies should not be sullied. 82
Pirate an enemy to the human race. 637
PiBcari in aere, 559
Ptscis, non eat, homo est. 612
Pisintry, charming, 191
Pistol, that cocking of a. 62
Pit, digged a. for my soul, 421

he that diggeth a, 418

law a bottomless. 4

monster of the. 251

rules the. 124

they'll fill a. 294

whoso diggeth a, 417
Pits of 'Ell. deepest, 380
Pitch and toss, dreary, 170

he that toucheth. 423

my moving tent. 227
Pitcher goes so often to the water, 861

hand the, 17

strike stone, or stone strike pitcher,
884
Pitchers have ears, 288

little, long ears. 819
Pith is good In all plays, 841
Pities another, who, 798
Pitiful as she is fair, 154

look asks enough, 747

'twas wondrous, 323
Pity, a tear for. 295

akin to love, 841

and love are twins, 127

and need, 4

and ruth, 224

crown of all virtues. 77

enters at an iron gate, 327

foolish, spoils a city. 780

gave ere charity. 146

heart to. 79

is love. 172

it is to slay the meanest thing. 167

leads to woman's love, 136

love and have no. 127

love, nor fear, 298

love s pale sister, 179

me then, 327

melts the soul, 125



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Pity mixed with regard. 841

most doth show herself alive, 73

most, thing I, 33

never leaves the gentle breast. 333

of it. O lago. the. 324 |

of the brave. 109 r

others that others may not pity you,
640

opes the door. 200

private, 108

servant unto love. 105

some touch of, 298

swells the tide of love. 407

taught by fellowship. 84

tear of, 20

the angel, 105

the head, 30

the Infinite. 334

them, I learn to, 147

they that ha'n't. 109

thine own life, 234

'tis one that can speak so well, 206

'tis, 'tis true, 313

touched, soul that, 65

uncapable of, 284

with, came love also, 78

you, I, and vex myself, 695
Pity's akin to love, 339

fountain, 189
Placatur donie Jupiter ipse, 595
Place, a jolly, 395

all things have their. 747

and means for every man. 288

and power. 229

and wealth, get. 251

blinking sort o', 155

fault not of man, but. 612



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for everything, 747

for lovers. 231

God meant for thee, 376

hope he's in a better, 352

I fill up a. 285

I set out for, seldom go to the. 348

is silent and aware. 34

let each keep its, 679

like home, 239

no, for theoe, 611

or time, changed by. 212

sit in your. 848

the genius of the. 544

thereof shall know it no more. 415

things move calmly in, 10

too noble for this. 290
Places, all, 291

earth's high, 383
PlacenU *ihi nimis. 594
Placuisse nimis, 558
Plagiary, accounted, 226
Plagiarist, remark to a. 623
Plague and quarrels. 834

rage of poison and of. 4
Plagues, of all. 107

of all the. 150
Plaided warriors of the North. 271
Plain and the coloured. 391

and to the purpose. 280

blunt man, 304

dealing fellows, give us your, 443

living and high thinking. 398

man in his plain meaning, 284

is a Jewel, 257, 405

is kicked out. 779

is the best. 260. 841
Plainness art could never mend, 96

the better way, 350



Plaintive voice alone she hears, fTi
Plan, but joined in the. 101

not without a, 245
^ the simple, 397
Plans, poor man is all. 862
Planet, a three-halfpenny, 799

made him for some other. 87

some happier, 229

spliU his stick. 129

to stop the. 264
_, under a rhyming. 281
PlaneU. 33

circle other suns, other. 245. 25f

instruct the, 246
iPlant, noble, suits not stubbom grooad.
747

of slow growth, 241

often removed cannot thrive. 747
Plants, dried. 555

earth maintains health-giring and
injurious. 692

stones, and their true qualities 321
Planted a garden. God Almighty U

I have. Apollos watered. 432*
Plaster as large as the sore. 825

thick. 841
Plate by plate, the armour is made. 851

and truth both dear to me. 468

I would rather err with^ 5X7

is a friend, 491

lend an ear to, 363

on pleasure. 711 note

thou reasonest well, 1
, Tully preached, 99
Plato's definition of man. 451, 49a

door, inscription on, 467

retirement. 220
Play, all, and no work, 754

at playing, 187

better at a, 231

better than a. 456

good as a, 757
as produced contention. 579

he that writ this, 50

is best, when the, leave. 881

is gnde. gie o'er when the. 78S

is played out, 371

last act crowns the. 260

last commends the. 163

na. where one greets. 812

not for gain. 161

out the play, 293

pleased not the million, 314

such a senseless, 97

the less, the better. 859

time for, is come, 626

to you, death to us. 191

two pleasures in. 64

up. and play the game. 236

upon me, you cannot, 316

upon me. you would, 316

with the devil, 778

women, and wine, 841
Plays, a mode in. 125

nis men, 166

make mankind no better. 58

only heathenism learnt from. 13S

round the head. 247

the old, 131
Play's the thins, 315
Played enough, eaten and drunk

enough. 580
Player may instruct a priest. 735

that struts, poor. 310



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Players, men and women merely. 286
Playing and joking should not be oyer
done, 598

know what I was, 259

the purpose of, 316
Playmates, I have had. 187
Playtime of the others. 28
Plead, lament, and sue, 270
Pleader of successful causes, 594
Pleading spoke, when he, 375
Pleasant hast thou been unto me, 412

the, and seryiceable in life, 571

too, to think on, 351
Pleasantness, ways of, 416
Please all and himself too, 790

all, Jove cannot. 476

all may, 232

all the world, one cannot, 832

all, to, vain labour, 543

by whatever gift you can, 644

everybody, that would, 790

it will, ten times repeated, 516

learn to. 258

man. let that which has pleased'
Ood. 637

many, she desires guilt who desires
to, 594

natural to, 122

over much, desire not to, 513

to, forget yourself, 700

too much, to, 558

we that live to. 176
Pleased, all seemed well, 216

all things, 263

and yet I'm sad, 389

easily, 374

great men, to have, 641

to the last, 245

us less, had he, 2

who are, must always please, 374

willing to be, 254

would be, and please, 237

you, a great matter that I have. 582
Pleases all the world, but not himself
717

he is unhappy whom no one, 590

many, what, needs guarding, 581

them, nothing right but what. 607

them, they only see what. 587
Pleaseth, fair is that which. 777
Pleasing, always would be, 141

dreadful thought. 1

way is not the right. 260
Pleasure, a brief and not a true. 501

a drop of. 179

a little, 355

a man devoted to, 554

a man of, 160

after pain. 125

all his, praise. 239

and action, 324

and good pay. 95

at the helm. 153

bodies given to, 594

bought with pain, 682

brings as surely in her train. 94

calls for Love. 3

come what will, 96

compassed round by. 402

ease, content. 247

egg laid by. 94

fly. it will follow. 779

fly. that bites. 779

for the sake of giving. 645

friend of, 88



Pleasure goes, disgrace remains. 676
greatest evil or good, 246
he that loves, 205
her charmed cup, 265
house, lordly, 364
in, beware of misfortune, 732
in excess, not even. 375
in her power, 239
in poetic pains, 98
incentive to evil, 451
inciter to vileness. 711
is as great, 50
is forgotten, grief is remembered.

is labour too, 95

is lord, where. 585

is man's chief good. 409

less, and less pain. 618

Ues behind, 74

life of, unpleasing, 149

looking forward to. also a. 734

love of, 267

man of, a man of pains, 409

means, know what, 95

men prone to. 553

men seldom give, where not pleased.

178
mingle cares with, 567
mixed reason with, 147
my. had I seen, 370
never without repentance, 831
no commerce with virtue. 612
no deadlier pest than sensual. 617
no profit where no. 287
no sterner moralist. 61
no unalloyed, 617

not pleasure if Joined to ill con-
science. 711
nothing gives, but what gives pain.

729
nothing long, which gives endless.

608
of having it over. 171
of standing on vantage ground of

truth, 9
of the greatest number. 201
out of extreme ^ain. 354
patrons of, 400
safe, is less valued, 646
seldom found where sought, 178
short, long lament. 847
short, parent of sorrow, 501
softener of early man's disposition.

500
sorrow follows, 711
spoilt by remembrance of danger.

590
stock of harmless. 177
such as leaves, 264
that reeling goddess. 99
the aim of all, 342 .
the bait of evil. 711
the most delicious, is to causa

pleasure, 722
thou doubtful. 151
though on. she was bent, 97
to everyone his own. 685
to frown at. 409
to give, to a select few. 586
turn all to, 154
unseduced bv. 20
unpursued, 401
upon the heels of, 90
wealth or. 106
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Pleasure, wild ineffable. 191

without one. 363

youth calla for, 3
Pleasures all abjure. 217

and palaces. 239

and woes, 229

are like poppies, 44

bitterness in, 586

but fantastical, 50

empty. 588

inelegant, 516

less, make our scanty, 44

look not on. 161

might me move, 261

none compare with intellectual, 645

of life, most enduring: of. 210

of the mighty, the tears of the poor,
861

purest of, 11

sadly, take their, 459, 723

schooling in the, 209

some, live a month, 97

sting, vain, 179

the sex pursue, 248

to use present, so as not to mar
future. 678
Pleasure's a sin. 60

a siren, 61

devious way, 42

footsteps. Death treads in, 408
Pleasureless and painless, 358
riebcB minuta, 649
Plebs ventosa, 611
Pledge of a better time, 496

of good faith, 485
Pledges now, now pleads. 400

of the former vows, 257
Pledged him once, 17
Pleiades, sweet influences of the, 414
Pleiads, that appear to kiss. 3%
Plenty and peace, 307

corrupts the melody, 361

has made me poor, 566

is na dainty, 841

is. where, there is swelling, 697

made him poor, 344

our disease, 123

penniless amid, 581

the child of peace, 260

to eet. 111

with full horn, 571
Flenw* vit30 conrtra, 513
Pleon hSmisu pantos, 477
Pleugh or cart, at, 44
Pleut, i7. Id oiL Dieu veut, 879
Pliant and obedient, 8
Flip, jc, et ne romvBjpat, 718
Pliny on Death and Tides, 113 not9
Plod, she will, 296
Plodders, continual, 281
Ploratur lacrimis amisBa pecunia verii,

582
Plot me no plots, 136

signify, what the devil does the.
380

what a noble, 93
Plots and treasons, from, 122

God the best layer of, 466

true or false. 122
Plough before the oxen. 872

deep whilst sluggards sleep. 138, 841

draw, aw that gars the, 877

following his, 395

little land left for the. 571

men who guide. 102



Plough, money is their. 76

not the seas. 343

or not, you must pay ren^ 84!

plots, pleasures, 161

son to the, 856

the light sand. 142

the sands. 872

the sea shore. 653

the water and sow the sands. 877

Tuesday I drive the, 132

up the rich soil of the la ad. 6S2

well and deep, 841

who counts all costs, will not, i9t

with such oxen as he hath, mas
must, 746

would thrive, by the. 138. 794
Ploughman, mair than an honest. 43

on his lees. 747

phrase. 45

speaks of oxen. 598
Ploughs, one. another sows. 838
Ploughshare, died by the. 404

fiercely drives her, 410

stern Kuin's. 43
Ploughshares into swords, 207
Plow, God speed the. 463
Pluck the fruit as it passes. 645

what grows on the public way, S41
Plucked, not harshly. 218

untimely. 328
Piute, petit, abat grand vent, 849
Plum, black, as sweet as a white. 74t

ripens plum, 701

tree, higher the. riper the plum. 851

year, a dumb year. 740
Pluma haud interest, 637
Plumage, strip him of his. 181
Plume. Sir. 245
Plumes, not on downy. 73
Plummet, her damning. 29
Plunder, shared in the. 101

was fUr, 736

what a place for. 736
Plundered, much sought booty Is

quickly. 539
Plundering and blundering. 117
Plunpre, Pestus I. 28
Plurima mortis imaQO, 511
Plus je ne suis ce que i'ai 4t4, 727

vult quam licet, 512
Plutarch. 205 note

citations from. 451
Pluto, the grisly god. 256
Pluto's cheek. 221
Plutonian home, the shadowy. 709
Plutus stood at her font. 170

timidus, 693
Poacher turned inside out, 185
Poachers, keepers are hired. 185 mots
Pocket none, 772

Pockets, the last garment without. 8S9
Pocula Castalia, 706
Podsnappery, 113
Poem, a biting, 611

a common-place, 671

every ancient, sacred, 487

fain would write a, 31

God. not we. the, makes, 369

he that works and does some. 71

himself a true, 226

is as a picture. 700

life of man a, 69

must eternal be. 86

must make his whole life a heroic
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Poem, round and perfect. 336

so many things shine in the. 705
Poems in prose. 108

learned and unlearned write, 659

let others make greater, 582

not enough that they be pretty. 614
^ ye are living, 196
Poena pede claudo, 661
Poenam culpa tecunda ferat, 518

sumere, poena, 649
Poeais, ut pictura, 700
Poesy and light. 54

heaven-bred, 277

Its participation of divineness. 7

nothing so difficult as a beginning
in, 61

the pulse of. 183

the truth is truest. 93

vinum daemonum, 9
Poet, a tight-rope walker. 557

a world in miniature. 456

avoid a raging. 705

bri^vo. 531

breathes in his works. 90

dies, when the, 272

does not work by square. 97

either mad or a. 497 •

envies poet, 472

excelling in merit. 671

filled with divine inspiration, 638

forgive the, 390

f rensv of- a, 544

God is the perfect, 28

God the best. 28

he that works and does. 72

heart of the. 367

historian, and now nothing. 717

I am nae. 44

I do distrust the, 27

is all-knowing. 456

if born not made, 638

like he spoke, 361

no. without unsoundness. 201

not unpleasant to be a, 149

of the cuss-word. 380

of the dawn, 195

on earth, what hath the. 387

our (Shakespeare), 29

prophet, king, priest, 72

shepherds c^l me. 687

so trusted, was ever, 176

wSi°fhi''96^^ ^*^^ "^^^^'^^^ 226
that good*. 345

the lunatic, the lover, and the. 282
the minor. 235
the name of, 511. 564
the truest historian. 139
they are without a divine. 711
they had no, 255
thy onoe-Ioved. 254
to know the. 251
who sings how Greeks. 32
Poets, a thousand, pried at life. 29
absurdity of, 251
allowed to lie, 689
amatory, 62

an absurd generation. 174
and painters, licence of, 58
are all who love, 15
are mad. 48
are prosy. 166
begin in srladness. 395



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