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Qualities, good, immortal, 679
Quality, a man of. 90

meets, compliments pass. 880

men of, 104
Quantum of the sin. 45

tantum, 690

valere potest, 702
Quarles. Pope on. 252
Quarrel, be not first to, 759

beware of entrance to a, 312

can end a. 794

in a false. 281

is a very pretty quarrel. 333

pick a. with one who is exhausted,
483

two to make a, 813

when two, both are in the wrong,
882

with a man that hath a hair more.
321
Quarrels about the syllable " IIoc," 714

God curses. 783



Quarrels, head is full of. 321

interpose, who in. 141

of friends. 332

running from. 834

short if the wrong were on one sid«,
724
Quarrelling, bitter. 490

days without. 679
Quarrelous as the weasel. 307
Quarry, sagacious of his. 218
Quean, flaunting, extravagant. 333
Queen for life. 248

for one day. 729

his own. pleases a king. 685

I would not be a. 300

save the. 667

she looks a. 255

that island. 360
Queens are generally prosperous. 63

§ueensberry. cautious. 45
ueer. are so. 165

talk so very. 18
Queja buena. 743
Quench or allay. 93
Querulous creatures, we are. 87
Quest, this fatal. 369
Question, a foolish. 393

a vexed. 646

both sides of a. 391

is difficult, 178

others abide our. 4

to settle a. by free discussion. 201

two sides to every. 866
Questions, abstruse, 454

are never indiscreet. 392

ask me no. 148

engaged in settling difllcult. 625

hard are those. 410
Questioner is a talker. 635
Questioning, my too much. 73
Questionings, obstinate. 402
Ouerelis exanimas, 513
Out s'excuse, s'accuse, 795
Quick at meat, quick at work. 843

enough if good enough, 843

enough if safe enough, 668

enough if well enough, 668

in correcting error. 14

in deciding, in danger of mistaking
480

in everything. 640

steps over mirv ground. 843

to touch the. 475
Quicker by taking more time. 843
Quickly accomplished quickly dies. 658

good and, seldom meet. 785. 828

well it were done. 308
Quickness, with too much. 248
Quicksands, life hath. 193

pf ];>olitics. 226
Ouicquid agunt homines, 653
Quid haheas, tantum rogant, 614

pro QUO, 655
Quiddities, where be his. 318
Quiet, alta, 523

gentium^ 603

rerum, 681

tecura, 551
Quiet along the Potomac, 460

best work done on the. 854

children, have done some ill, 879

desire for, grew into a tumult. 48S

is sometimes unquiet, 567

life, anything for a. 111. 211. 757

mind, that hath a. 380



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Quiet people dangerom, 724

power effects more than Tiolent. 634
study to be. 435, 690
the most profitable thinsr. 473
to quick bosoms is a hell. 52
what you wish to keep. 660

8uieta non movere, 683. 816
uietness and confidence, in. 420
is best, 843
Quill hath a eood tongrue, 863
Quinsy, the silver, 454, 468
Quinapalus. what says, 288
Quintilian lamented by Yirffil. 594

stare and ipasp, 224
Quintus Maxlmns, 698
Quip, modest. 287
Quips and cranks. 221
and sentences. 280
)uire. the full-yoiced. 221
Juirks. of music. 249
Juiaquilia, omnia, 247 note
Juitada la causa, se quita el pecado, 883
juits his place, he. 793
Juiver, empty her whole, 126
full of them, his. 415

8 Quixote, 63 note
Quod neque eat, neque fuit, noque
tuturum, 556
uomodo habeas, illud refert, 660
notation, art of. 118
classical, 177
Quotations of quotations, 192
preserved by, 118
unreliable, 192
▼erlfy your, 441
Quote, still easier to. 21

think they are immortal as they,

405
till one compiles, 118
Quoted, respectfully, 138
Quousque tandem, 661



B, the canine letter. 681
Kabbi, called of men, 427
Babble, a miscellaneous, 219

scorn the ill-conditioned, 583

to captivate the. 485
Babelais' " Great Perhaps," 70
Baoe. a homeless. 183

a servile, 352

distinctions of, 343

he ran his, 352

is not to the swift, 418

is run by one and one. 186

is won, 103

mixed with every. 103

O purblind. 368

O unhappy, 621

of other days. 346

remains Immortal. 544

that loved not thee. 174

to lose the. 95

triumphant. 158

twice runs nis. 92
Bacehorses never last long, 782
Bachegdtter, die, 734
Bachel weeping for her children. 426
Kaeine passera comme le caf4, 729

will pass like coffee, 729
Eaciness of his ffood Qualities. 456
Back of a too easy chair, 262

of thi« tough world. 307



Racks, gibbets halters, 237
Radiant with ardour divine, S
Radical, be very. 7

every man sometimes, 131
Radicalism endeavours, what. 343
Radish, like a forked. 295
Radix malorum, 76
Rag, my, is dear to me. 716

the bloomin' old, 186
Rags are abominable, 826

are as filthy. 421

no scandal like. 131

though in. 3
Rage and fire and fury. 1

and tears, 563

can such exist In such timid orea^
tures. 689

impatiently doth. 277

inextinguishable. 216

no. like love to hatred turned. 91

o'ercomes its. 93

strong without. 107

supplies arms. 544

swell the soul to. 125

weakness veiling. 209

without Just. 2^
Ragged coat may cover an honest man,
748

men dare not say everything. 637
Bail again, we must not. 386

against all the first-born. 286

at heaven to be considered wise. 700

is unconstitootional. Ill

sure refuge, to. 125

to, like bread-women, 473
Bailer, blustering, 348
Railroad, going by. 267

only a device, 267
Railway stations, 267
Rain, a poor man's, 747

at night, 747

before seven. 843

for morning, leave not your Journey
780

from heaven, gentle, 285

I'll make it. 882

infiuenoe. 221

it raineth every day. 289

no wind but brings. 879

not able to command. 240

on Good Friday. 843

or no rain. Jove cannot please all.
476. 569

pack when it begins to. 306

ruined with. 354

small, lays great dust. 849

soaks up the. 93

some, some rest. 849

the dismal, 336

though it. throw not away thy
watering-pot, 755
Rains, dripping, 98

if it, well, 805

never, but it pours, 813

new life blossoms from the. 732

on all alike. 880

where God wills in summer, 879

whether Jove, or not. he cannot
please aU. 476. 569
Rainbow at eve. 806

colours of the, 222

comes and goes. 402

in the morning. 464. 748

in the sky. 394

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Rainbow to thy sieht. 65

triumphal arch, 66
Raindrop, each, makes some floweret,

204
Rained and then it anew. 446
Rainy days will surely come, 446

when it's not too. 56
Raise, my Ood shall. 262

myself, to, from the ground, 692
Raised hiiph, that their fall may be
greater, 693

the higher to fall the lower. 471

up, brought low. I am. 517
Raison du plus fort^ 721
Rake among scholars. 202

at heart a. 248

better with the. 790

little for the. after the bissome. 866

many bring the. 823

near the scythe. 814

oftener with the. 790

reformed, the best husband. 748
Raleigh, brave. 251
Ramblers, such holy. 269
Eampantt mediocre et. 725
Rancorous hate, void of. 272
Rancour, ciyil rage and, 338

grows, gradual, 374

households', 321

of your tongue, 237

will out, 297
Range, wanting the mental. 369
Rani, a heavy burden. 546

and valour worthless without
wealth. 529

guilt greater according to, 624
as its bores. 115

is a great beautifier, 201

is but the guinea stamp, 47

is good, 389

my offence is. 317

nor sex, confined to. 273

shines in the second, eclipsed in the
first. 728

with proper regard to. 667
Ranks, upwards from the. 87
Ransom, nath paid his. 220

worth a king's. 205
Rant as well as thou. 319

tear and. 50
Raphaels, talked of their, 147
Rapier rust. 281
Raptor, et quo nescio, 661
Rapt soul, 221
Rapture, fine careless, 34

of the forward view. 210
Raptures, for him no minstrel, 272
Bara avis, 661

juvant, 661
Rare, good men are. 661

is dear, every day is cheap, 625

things please us, 661
Raree-show of Peter's successor. 30
Rarity enhances pleasures. 711
Earo et perpauca loquens, 518
Rascal, nothing more like an honest

man, 834
Rascals severally, worthy in the mass,

724
Rash, too, too unadvised. 320
Rashly, neither, nor timidly. 601

nothing. 479
Rashness a quality of youth. 691

better soldier than. 296

for Judgment. 681



Rashness good to few. 633

hope in. 565

in place of valour. 642

reckless and insane, 637

when unnecessary. 452
Bast' ich, so rost' ich, 736. 844

macht Rost, 844
Rat. anything like the sound of a. SI

how now. a, 317
RaU instinctively had quit it. 276

let's sing of, 150

there be land. 283
Rat's head worth more than lion's tail.

811
Ratas Qu^issas, max reficit, 579
Rath, outer, 788

weniger, und viele Hdndc, 816
Rathen ist nicht swinaen, 767
Ratio et oratio, 662. 68u
Ratiocination, pay by. 49
Rational, guilt never. 41
Rationalists like spiders. 12
Rationi te sub j ice, 677
Rattle his bones. 236

honour is a babv's, 262

pleased with a. 246
Rave, if you did not begin to. 689
Raven, a white, 510

and the ape thincke, 232

bring up a. it will peck out yoar
eyes, 764

for a dove. a. 282

locks were like the. 46

of the House of (Commons. 202

roup like. 127
Ravens feed, doth the. 286

he pardons, but storms at doves. 514

shall pick out his eyes. 386
Raw into the world, he came. 4S8
Rawhead and Bloody-bones. 275
Ray, conquering, may chase. 260

of rays, 113

the short-lived, 94
Rasor against whetstone. 616

best is whet. 405

hew blocks with a. 353

keen. 226
Rasors up and down, cried. 393
Rasor's edge, on the. 471
Re est opus, 604

incerta, 490
Reach, a man's, 31

still cut of. 248
Reaci. a god, who could but. 123

as you. it seems to grow your owm-

books and men. 347

first, despise afterwards. 575

foolish parents taught me to. 581

he that runs may, 101. 422 note

I wlU be. 63

in the temper that he wrote, 264

lest they should be read. 575

mark, learn. 437

much and deeply, 60

much had he, 4

much, not many, 595

not to contradict, 11

sensible men to, 89

slow, learn to. 380

so may we. 810

the wnole if you would onderstaod.

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throughout the whole world. 686
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Read, what is twice. 178

while I. I assent. 524

who is ruled may. 186
Reader, how like I thee? 735

reads no more. last. 165

the good. 130
Readers, be content with few, 666

sleep, to (five their. 252
Reading as was never read. 252

converse with the wise. 14

culture is. 6

curst hard. 334

machine, a. 197

maketh a full man. 11

proportion in. 6

■eeine by proxy, 344

the mind's exercise, 347

what they never wrote, 98

without thinking, 237
Reads, who often, 103

whom none, is not a writer, 614
Ready, booted are not always. 868

money is Aladdin's lamp, 63

we always are. 139
Real is His song. 28
Reality without appearance. 733
Realms yet unborn. 346
Reap, if we faint not. 434

some toil, some, 468

where I, thou shouldst but glean, 170
Reaper, whose name is Death. Iv3
Reaping where thou hast not sown, 428
Reaps above the rest, 262

another, 332
Reason, a certain Lord Ohief Justice. 80

all in accordance with. 730

an ignis fatuus, 263

and authority, 662

and calm judgment, 662

and love, 282

and speech, 662

and speech, bond of society. 6C0

appear the better, 213

as our guide, 176

avails more than force, 638

beam of sober. 264

between the spur and bridle, 844

blest with plain. 254

contrary to, contrary to law. 659

deceives not nor is deceived. 603

doth buckle and bow, 7

feast of. 250

few have. 80

flow, smiles from, 217

follow, 729

for my rhyme, 346

for taking the lamb. 865

for your nate or love, 208

he that dare not. 121

hearken to, 801

how noble in. 314

If you will not hear, 807

in roasting eggs, 868

is deceitful. 528

is my aurury, 496

let appetites be subject to, 493

makes laws obligatory. 721

man without, a beast in season. 746

manhood's, 5

men have lost their, 304

more than fifty years of, 401

not force, subauos youth. 662

not law if against. 84

not passion moves, whom, 520

nothing to be done without. 606



Reason now, formerly impnlse, 659

of unreason, 390

overpowers the soberness of. 397

passion, answer one aim, 247

rather than authorities, 611

refuses homage to a Qod who ii
understood. 377

sanctity of, 217

seven men that can render a, 417

shall reign, 189

slowly climbs, 409

stands aghast, 173

strength without, falls. 708

subject yourself to. 677

the best CEdipns, 25

the card. 246

the faith of. 87

the lamp of life, 675

the persuasive. 662

the twinkling lamp. 91

the verray straighte line, 164

the voice of, 38

thou vain impertinence, 443

to contradict, 70

to restrain. 246

▼irtne, and religion, the enemy of
26

weaves, what. 246

whether with, 246

wbimsey not, 151

who fetter, 243

why I cannot tell, 609
Reasons, a thousand, thousand, 375

five, why men drink, 3

not unpiausible. 222

wisely, who, 248
Reason's garb, 213

garb, pranked in, 223

the rightful empress, 243

whole pleasure. 247
Reasonable, he who is allowed more

than is, 612
Reasonableness, sweet, 6
Reasoned high, 213

out of humanity, 22
Reasoners, plausible. 158
Reasoning at everv stop. 101

men's life needs. 475
Rebellion, foul, dishonouring word. 230

fraud, and Gsesar. 1
Rebels from principle. 39

in Oork. 229

the race of, 50
Rebuild, a whole age to. 90
Rebuke of one. at the, 420

open. 417

■hould have more salt than sugar,
844
Behut asper egenis, 495

tecundia insolescere, 662

tervate tecundis, 524
Recall it, to, will be impossible, 571
Recant, to, 630
Receive and not to give. 131

him, Christ. 365
Received him not, his own, 429

worthy of all men to be. 438
Receiver also a thief. 468

no, no thief, 833

worse than the thief. 862
Receivers, no. no thieves, 806
Recentium incuriosi. 705
Recht geht vor Macht, 826

ieh thue, und Bcheue keinen Feind,
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Recitation, sabject for a. 655

Recite badly, and the work is yonrt. 649

them, dread that they'll. 60
Reciter, the harsh. 564
Reckless of sorrow, sin. or scorn. 188

the more, the safer they were. 648
Reckon without your host, 770
Reckoning, after, one must drink. 752
feast making merry till the. 826

ill at. 281

made. no. 313

small sum will paj short. 749

spoils the relish. 862

the dreadful. 141

to th' end of the. 270
Reckonings short, long friends, 847
Recluse, good fellow and, 390
Recognise me. nor could you. 601
Recoil that we may leap better. 877

to leap better. 716
Recoils back on itself. 217
Recollection, to live twice by, 552
Recommendation, letters of. 12
Recommends a man. who. 89
Reconcile, trying to. things utterly op-
posed. 635
Record, photography of a printed. 265

weep to, 65
Records, all trivial fond. 313

that defy time, 410
Recorder, good, sets all in order. 744
Recorders, flutes and soft, 212
Recording Angel dropped a tear, 348
Recover, seldom or never, 305
Recreation, calm, quiet, innocent. 382

should be given the mind, 579
Recrudescit amor, 604
liecta prava faciunU 551
Recte Vive, 708
Recti, mens 8ihi conscia, 587
Rectum facere, sua sponte, 552
Reculer pour mieux sauter, 716. 877
Recurret, tamen usque. 598
Red and bad, 464, 777

and sear, 269

as a rose, 85

celestial, rosy. 217

he wexe all, 76

is wise. 463

love's proper hue, 217

man. with a, 463

man. with a. rede thy rede, 887

right hand, 213

streaks of. 351

to-day, dead to-morrow. 871

to-day, to-morrow dead, 735

White, and Blue. 460
Red's brazen, 464
Redbreast, sacred. 373
Rede, may ye better reck the. 45

recks not his own, 312
Redeat, repetatque relic ta, 652
Redeemer livcth. my, 413
Redekunst, dea Teufels, 734
Redemption, everlasting. 230
Redihis non morieria, 556
Redit in prmcordia virtus, 661
Redressing human wrong, 368
Reduced one way, made up another. 658
Reduction on taking a quantity, 144
Redundancy does not invalidate, 615
Reed, a broken, at best, 407

a bruised, 420

shaken by the wind, 426

this broken. 420



Reed, thii bruised. 413
Reeds become darts. 844

querulous. 384

stand, oaks fall. 835
Reeling and writhing. 118
Reelings, such drunken. 97
References, verify your, 441
Refined, nothing more, 606
Refinements, on vain, 81
Refiection. cool, with the momlDe. 274
Reform it altogether, 316

remorse begets, 100

to innovate is not to. 40

to stop the progress of. 336

unavailing, eicept moral. 71
Reformed that indifferently. 316
Reformers are bachelors, 228

moderate. 139
Refreshment, the most perfect. 6
Refuge, sacred, of mankind. 381

to begin with an Utcungue. 240
Refusal, oetter a friendly. 796

graceful. 631

prompt, 631 note

the great, 737

the language of, 332
Refuse a superior, hard to. 524
Refused, one must be. 328

the gold. 341

what's oft, 103
Refusing, avaricious never wants reason

tor. 601
Regard, some leaf of your. 402
Regarded, each, according to what be

brings, 648
Rege pio, aub, 536
Regefibogen am Morgen, 748
Regent of the night. 210 note

of the sky, 210
Regea, cole nunc, 555
Regi, nullum, tempua occurrit, 619
Regiment from behind, led his. 145
Kegina regi placet, 685
Register! Register! Register! 462
Reg'lar. brought. 112
Regnum haua: stabile, 489
Regret, nurse of. 235

wild with all, 364
Regrets, congratulatory. 117
Regretted, nobody knows why. 383
Regular, icily, 367
Regum, ultima ratio, 697
Reign, by subduing self. 574

oe cannot, who cannot dissemble,
650

I would not resign liberty to. 663

is worth ambition. 212

who o'er the herd would wish to. 271
Reigns, but does not govern. 665

ne, who does what he chooses, 663

stories of. 78

Tom the Second. 124
Reins d'un jour, 729
Reinforcement we may gain, 211
Reins, hold the, more firmly, 631

knows not how to turn the. 569
Reject, fired that the house. 250

what you are not. 665
Rejected, things, afterwards BOiight for.

Rejoice, O Albion ! 241

with them that do rejoiee. 432
Rejoices, poor heart that never. 810
Relate, you. a thing scarcely crttdibU
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Related, to whom. 253
BelatioD. despise not a poor, 769
Helations, chance makes, 723

one true friend better than a hon-
dred, 781
Belationship compels. 479

friendship excels. 640

leads to ill-feeling. 507

to Nero, full of his, 564
Relative nor blood remains, 65
Uelatives. loss of, 647

unfortunate have no. 862
Relaxation breaks the mind, 493
Eelent, not to. 299

'tis cowardly, 299
Relenting fool, 299
Kelevons-nous, 724
Relics of the day. scattered. 93
Relief, for this, much thanks, 311

oh. give, 235

that misery loves, 227
Relioio, lahefacta cadehat, 671

prava, 605
Religion, " a great perhaps," 70

a handmaid to. 8

a stalking-horse, 844

and the love of banners. 641

bears no jesting. 813

becomes every age. 618

bigotry murders, 89

blushing, 252

built upon the rock, 12

cherish, 710

credit, and the eye, 889

crimes cloaked with, 189

Cromwell's, 39

enough to make us hate. 353

foundations of, 9

friend of friendless, 227

from depth of philosophy. 10

grey with age becomes, 88

Harsh, intolerant, 95

hath no landmarks. 377

hides many mischiefs, 205

humanities of old. 87

indifference fatal to, 40

jealous of learning, 9

Justice to Ood, 575
ingdom insecure without, 696
let UB start a, 410
makes excellent fools, 180
man without, 156
man without, a horse witnout

bridle, 554
matters of practical. 83
men carried away in the cause of.

718
Monday, 827

more in walk than talk. 844
much, little goodness, 828
my, tottering, 671
no honour to, 833
no, who has no humanity. 790
none looked on scornfully, 5
not impossibilities enough in, 25
of all men of sense, 460
of an accommodatin' character, 24
of feeble minds, 39
only one, 328
pillar of government. 10
pious worship of gods. 687
pure, 398

pure, and nndeflled, 436
shameful deeds done by, 667
should extinguish strife, 101



Religion sides with poverty. 162
sister of philosophy, 188
to be true, 'tis, 333
to such evil could it prompt, 690

truth, and peace. 218

twin-sister of, 329

nnbelief is a very exacting, 719

anselfishness the only, 410

Toices numbered and not Weighed, 12

well defends, 102

were intended, as if, 49

wrangle for, 89
Religions, nortnern, harsh and bitter,

334
Religion's in the heart, 175

in vogue, if, 185

pride, how poor, 42

self, ^3
Religious and moral principles, 6

animal, man a. 39

disa^eements the worst, 617

factions, old. 40

Ught. dim, 221

persecution, 41

purposes, property for, 663
Relinquish her for ever, 42
Reluctant, amorous delay, 256

obedience of provinces, 202

stalked off, 22
Item, quocunque modo, 663

tetigisti, 485
Remains for aye and ever. 258

kind to my, 124
Remark is Just, 242
Remarks by the way, 623
Remedies, efficacious, are painful, 617

ill through, 487

oft in ourselves, 288

new, 10

slower than illnesses, 690

worse than dangers. 546

worse than the offences. 546
Remedy, a doubtful, better than none,
492

against an ill man, 854

against ill fortune. 854

for everything but death. 452. 866

has exceeded the disease, 533

in his sleeve, 722

or none, there is some. 447

the softest, 238

things without all, 309

too late when the evil is rooted. 64 1

worse than disease, 10, 862
Remember, a pleasure to, 597

Elisa. to. 600

frievous things sweet to. 645
cannot but. 310

I remember. 169. 258

if thou wilt. 266

Lot's wife. 429

me. 228

me, when Thou comest, 587

pleasurable perhaps to. 540

prosperity, to, 77

something to. 29

thee, than to, 229

thee, to. more pleasant than to live.
550

this place. I will make you, 534

what I would forget. 587

what ye will, ye may, 234
Remembered, how Rweet to have. 468
Remembering happier things, 362

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Bemembrance* age Ifyes on, 889

earned by desert. 668

impossible without oblivion, 72

in continual, 661

leave a bitter, 494

of his dyiuff Lord. 344

of past labours sweet. 685

of trouble is sweet, 472

says, the things have been, 23

that^s for, 318
Reminding a mindful man makes him

unmindful. 687
Remorse and sorrow. 94

farewell. 215

feel thy pangs. 269

the fatal egg. 94
Remote from man. 239

unfriended. 145

who lives, is a law to himself. 578
Removals, quick, slow prosperings. 843
Remove, by every, 148

my grave at each. 161
Removes, three, as bad as a flre. 138, 870
Removed, tree oft, will not bear, 844
Removeth, oft, sure of a loss, 378
Render to all their due, 377
Rendings, many, many mendings, 824
Renegadoes, double knaves, 123
Renovate dolorem, 564
Renown, examples of, 105

no more of his, 365

on earth. 218
Renowned, victories no less, 224
Renown's all hit and miss, 62
Rent, is sorrow, 260

light. 59

plough or not. you must pay. 841

rent, rent, 59

the murdering. 36

up with. 69

wnyP for, 59
Rents, fair. 461

where the devil are the. 63
Repaired, what cannot be. 176
Repairs not a part, who, 798
Repast, a new, 1

what neat. 224
Repeateth a matter, he that. 416
Repeating oft they believe 'em, 258
Repent, disdains not to, 256

it, I do. 326

the weak a)one. 55

too soon. 11

what's past, 317

whichever you will do you will, 453
Repentance and obedience, 214

can, try what, 317

cool, 274

costs dear, 844

follows hasty counsel, 703

is want of power, 126

just and easy, 379

rears, fierce, 372

sorrowed to, 434

the May of virtues, 844
Repented and reproached, 274

I ne'er, 136

of, the three things to be, 457, 647
note
Repents, who, is almost innocent, 648
Repertrtx omnium artium, 633
Repetit quod nuper omisit, 654
Repetitions, vain, 426
Repine, don't, 112
Replies, acute. 178



Replies, who. multiplies. 6S'i
Reply, I pause for a, 303

in few words, you, 665

nae, best, 829

thelr's not to make, 365

too mad, for, 255
Report, base. 273

common, never quite unfounded. 767

common, of great power, 480

evil, and good, 434

founded on report, 519

gains force as it goes. 590

food, makes men live lon|r. 383
onourable, a second patrimony. 554

increases as it goes, 536

me and my cause, 319

my gossip, 284

never states with precision, 619

obscured by age, m6

of men, to obtain good, 674

swiftest of evil things. 536

the unhappy, spreads, 551

the world's, 305

thy words, 220

whatsoever things are of Kt>od. 434

who hath believed our. 421
Reports, contrary of. is often the tnitlL
722

to scatter doubtful. 682
Reporters, parliament speaking throufh.

72
Reportingly, better than, 280
Repose, best of men have ever loved. 374

courtship of, 56

earned a night's, 193

for us, Ood nas made this. 518

ffood. but boredom its brother, 7S9

indolent, 375

of mind, virtue, 374



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