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whilst they are fresh, bind the. 507
Bosebery, Lord, and the "clean slate."

Bosebnd, set with little wilful thorns.

363
Bosebnds. before they be withered. 423

leather ye. 163
Rosemary, there's. 318
Ross, the Man of. 249
Rot and rot. we. 286
Bot, heute. morgen tot, 735
Rote, words learned by. 96
Roniph exterior, renins under a. 495

to common men, 363
Roughness breedeth hate. 10

of men who have risen, 495
Round, a perfect. 32

fat, oily. man. 375

the trivial. 183

the upmost. 303

weary, mortal, 42
Roundabout, this great. 102
Rounded off. finished and. 657
Roundelay, merry. 240
Rousseau's last words. 718
Rout on rout. 214

pleasures of having a. 171

ruled by the. 762
Roving, we'^ll go no more a. 60
Royal race, heirs of more than. 183

relationship. 564
Rub. there's the, 315
Rubicon, crossing the. 570

passing the. 455
Rubies, above. 414

better than. 416

erow. where the. 162

her price is far above. 418
Ruhigo xngeniU 488
Ruby, rins that looked like a. 144
Rudder, who will not be ruled by. 864
Rude, and scant of courtesy. 272

magnificence, remains of, 269
Rudeness is a sauce, 303
Rudyards cease from Kipling. 449
Rue and thyme, baith in ae garden, 845

euphrasy and, 218

have not much to. 384

nought shall make us. 291

with a difference. 318
Jtuet, il scsiit toutes les. 518 note
BuflBes when wanting a shirt. 147
Bain, adorner of the (Time). 53

due to yourself, 635

ever struggling with, 467

fiercely drives ner ploughshare, 410

finds, when he wants help. 652

irathers. as it rolls. 374

going to, silent work, 785

made his way by. 544

majestic though in. 213

no necessary adjunct. 220

on themselves, 221

rang, 364

red, 370

road to. In good repair. 862

seed of. in himself. 5

seise thee. 153

spectacle of, 219

spoil and. 214

the beauteous. 407



Ruin, the gods bring you to, 518

to abandon affairs to. 547

upon ruin, 214

vanished, the, 255

whom Jupiter wishes to, 648

wild waves of, 330

yet what ruin ! 54
Ruins beauteous in decay, 43

broken by what they fall on. 56)

men moralise among. 116

of the noblest man. 303

strike him undismayed, 558
Ruin's ploughshare. 43
Ruined fortunes repel friends. 554

tell them they are. 235
Ruts, auo moriture, 657
Rtitt Uium, 503
Ruttura \evat Fortuna, 653
Rule, a little, 128

better, than be ruled by the rout.
762

Britannia. 375

by daring to be first. 56

declared absolute. 215

desire to. the most vehement pas-
sion. 513

he cannot, who fears odium, 624

invent by. 176

leu her will. 218

no. which does not fail, 856

no. without exception. 856

none can. except he can be ruled.
602

of not too much. 218

of rules and law of laws. 713

of the path. 446

of the road. 446

one who can. 368

proves the man, 468

reason to, 123

temperate, endures, 707

the good old, 397

the land, they who. 398

without exception, a. 726
Rules and models, 158

false. 223

in obeying, a matron, 503

long is the way by, 578

never shows she. 249

of civil government. 220

perplexing. 243
Ruled, we are, not by chance but Qod,

620
Ruler and a Judge, who made thee a.
430

if merely a, command, 675

none sins while a, 468
Rulers should be actuated by Justice.

not by anger. 629
Ruling passion conquers, the. 249

passion strong in death. 248
Rum and true religion. 60
Rumbold. Richard. 460
Rumor quilibeU 485
Rumour, a distillation of, 71

a great traveller, 845

a noisy, 536

did not esteem, above public safety,
698

flies through the small town, 536

has a hundred tongues, 578

is a liar, 845

nothing swifter than, 618. 845

obtains strength by people's fearf,
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Bamonr talk withoat author. 666

960 Rombel
Bamoors. a ffood oonscieiice langbt at
falte. 608

added to feart. 702

doubtful. 490

men's natural tendency to foment,
666
Bun amuck and tilt. 250

him in. 466

ill that canna gang. 790

it down. 353

that he may. that readeth. 422

to. a small matter; wo must start,
877

who would. 242
Runic rhyme. 242
Running is no use; start in time. 729

slow. from. 170

what use. when on wrong road, 878
Runs far that never turns. 810

for ever will run on. 93

his race, twice. 92

may read, he that. 101

may read. who. 183
Rupert, believe the experienced. 534

of iebate. 117. 200
Jlura patema, 498
Rural life, pleasures of the. .'^73

sights and sounds. 98
Hu80 centre ruse, 770
Hushing, where are you, 657
Russell. Jjord John. 337
Russell's milder blood. 400
Russia, a night in. 278

overgrown barbarian, 360
Russian bear, the rugged. 309

Magna Oharta. 722
Rust and moth doth corrupt. 438

critics in. 2

his good sword, 86

much, needs a rough flic. 828

of the mind. 488

of the whole week. 2

the sacred. 249

unburnished, to. 362

wastes more than use. 845
Rustic life and poverty. 68

roughness. 494
Rusticity, a reflned, 400
Rustics, amazed the gating. 147
Rusty bars, crash of. 91
Ruts beautiful, make the cart. 349



S.P. = sine prole, 679

S.P.Q.n., 672

S.T.T.L. - Sit tfhi terra lovis, 676. 680

6's. proverb of the three, 862

the lover's four. 862
Sabbath, backs his rigid. 168

day. hallow thus the, 84

day, our. 346

day, reverence for the. 58

drawler, 360

night is the. 50

of eternal rest. 350

the poor man's day. 150

was made for man. 428

well spent, a. 448

who ordained, 165
Rabbaths. will be soon our, 94
Sabbathless Satan. 187



Sahe, quien mot, mai caUa, 885

Sabean odours. 215

Sabine Jar, the. 521

Sahio, solo, tolicito, tecreto, 862

Sable silvered. 312

Sables, a suit of. 316

Habrina fair, 223

Sacan, add, v non "pon, 765

Sacco pieno ritaa I orecchio, 743

vuoto non sta ritto, 754
Sack, a bad. which can't be patched. 810

and sugar. 293

bad, will abide no clouts. 743

bind the. before full. 763

broken, will l)old no porn. 740

carry his own. to the mill, 816

everyone thinks his own heaviest,
776

full, raises its ear, 743

full, will take a clout. 743

intolerable deal of. 293

meal not from your own, 611

nothing out of the. but what was
in. 866

old. asketh patching. 756

one grain flUs not a. 837

purge and leave. 294

to sow with the. 479

tsring the. before full. 811
Sacred hunger. O, 345

matters held in common. 687

matters, play with, 579

things and common. 543

when absurdities become. 50
Sacrifice and labour without pause. 399

thine ancient. 186

to the Graces, 451
Sacrilege, consecrated. 117
Sacristan, he says no word. 17
Sad and bitter to some, may be sweet
to others. 489

and mad and bad. 31

bad. mad. glad. 355

because it makes us smile. 63

by flu. 88

decision, a. makes him sad. 649

fancies we do then affect, 401

hated nought but to be. 42

impious to be. 408

mind foree a merry face. 74

never to be. live rightly. 708

no dog so. but will wag his tail. 867

nobody should be. but I, 291

so. so strange. 364

too solemn. 344

why I am so. 283

words become a sad countenance. 694
Saddened and dimmed descending years.

Sadder and a wiser man. 85
Saddest things to beauty, turned. 36

when I sine. 25
Saddle, better lose, than horse, 762

great In the. 48

on the wrong horse. 770
Sadducee. marked as a. 17

to shame the doctrine of the. 52
Sadly, musing full. 344

sweet, how, 231
Badness and gladness succeed one
another, 845

and longing. 193

dewy, of the time. 167

most humorous. 287

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SmvloT atmU lusuria, 619
SmvU inter se convenit ursis, 563
Safe, are they, 55

at home, when yon sit, 234

hy taking care. 504

commonwealth shonld be. 627

fearing things which are. 627

is distastef nl. 565

let others seek what 9s. 696

things, fearing eyen. 696
Safeguarded others, who has. 656
Safer being meek. 32
Safety from the Deity. 483

of all before that of individnals. 575

the mother of. 40

the one, to hope for none, 697

this flower, 293
Saffron to Oicia. 871
Sagacious of his qnarry. 218
Sagacity understands the notions and

desires of the crowd. 500
Sage entend A demi-moU 751

he looks. 16

in May. eat. 800

jnst less than. 228

pour lea autros, 716

the sainted. 152

thought as a. 20

will saye. 800

without hardness, will be. 5
Sages, said by ancient. 241

would haye died to learn. 184
Sagen und Thun, 845
Said and done. 519

easier, than done. 772

finer than what he. 133

is unsaid. 609

it that knew it best. he. 10

least, soonest mended. 815

little, is soonest mended. 393. 815

much, many haye. all something,
none enousrh. 515

nothing unsaid left to be. 607

so. it was so. if I. 149

so much, and done so little. 207

sooner, than done. 850

though he little. 94

too often, neyer. 620
Sail, crowd the. 45

direct my. 320

must shift his. 135

out-fly the nimble. 256

sea-mark of my utmost. 325

this quiet. 53

to. in an egg-shell. 813

white and rustling. 104
Bails, add. to your oars. 664

and oars. with. 702

draw in your. 662

filled. 220

ripped. 102

to fate, to glye the. 514

warily, set thy. 342
Bailing, hard, where there's no wind.

813
Bailor, hear a brother. 348

lass that loyes a. 109

like a drunken. 299

men. yery odd that. 18

no man will be a. 176

speaks of winds. 598

the first. 558

the shipwrecked. 682

true-hearted. 109

white complexion a disgrace to a, 502



Sailors find a mistress. 141

5:et money like horses. 338
oys and sorrows of. 52

should neyer be shy. 143
Sailor's chief pleasure to see land. 617

sheet anchor. 109
Saint, a self-elected. 168

aboye. designed a. 105

abroad, deyil at home. 748

accents of an expiring. 348

Augustine. 223 note

by sayage, and by sage. 247

cheated when the danger is past,
769

forgotten, the riyer past. 862

he weren't no. 157

his own candle to eyery. 871

Hubert's breed. 270

in crape. 248

like, like offering. 818

like some lone. 203

liyes of many divers , 78

Luke's summer, see under St. Mar-
tin. Weather Proyerbs. p. 1226

Martin's summer. 297

Michel, shells to those from. 87]

nor sophist-led, 5

out-prays a. 121

provoke, 'twould a. 248

run mad. 251

savage, sage. 30

seem a. 299

she'll not appear a. 406

sustained it, 254

the grey-haired. 184

to an expiring. 273

to corrupt a. 292

who grieves at sin is a. 139

without miracles has few pilgrims.
863
Saints above, men below and. 272

all are not. that go to church. 753

are more stiff-necked. 50

gloomy sullen. 123

Heaven's. 27

his lot is among the. 423

in heaven, it frets the. 27

on earth not saints in Heaven. 25

plaster. 186

relics of the ancient. 7

self-constituted, 168

the death of his. 415

to do us good. 33

who taught and led. 376

will aid if men will call. 85

ye fearful. 94
Saint's day over, farewell the saint. 862
Sainted, ensky'd and, 273
Saintly show, 215
Salad, and eggs, and lighter fare. 258

days. 305

good, prologue to bad supper. 744
Salary which does not give salt, 667
Sale, better good, nor good ale. 762

expose for, 703

freedom of. 461
Sale-room, babble of. 72
Salis, plus, Quam sumptus, 609
Sally, none like pretty 69
Salmon and sermon. 845

dear as. 769

it was the. 110
Salt after the rice is eaten. 752

before you trust, eat a peck of,
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Salt cellar, the family. 710
he has. 547
no. in him. 468
not worth hit. 667 noU
of the earth. 425
on a woman's tail. 49
seasoned with, 435
spice and. 301

spilt. ncTer all gathered. 850
sun and. nothing more useful. 608
tears trickle, 4
the best savour. 854
the pale spectrum of the. 27
trust none till you have eaten, C02
trust none till you have eaten a

peck of, 553
water girdle, 307 ^ ^

waves dashing o'er him. 199
with a grain of. 512
Raltpetre. villainous. 293
SaluM inempta, 640
popult. 667

populi tuprema lex, 275
$olo Deo, 681 . ^ .,»

Salutations, be free with. 667

full of gentle, 348 ,
Salute afar, they that know one

another. 868
Balutlng, without, any, 484
Salva fide, 525 , ,«.

Salvation from God only. 681
in God alone, 662
knowledge of sin begins. 565
no relish of. 317
Salve for every sore. 867

seek your, where you got your sore,
846

Salves to ev^rv sore, 345 ,,

Samaritan without the oil. 337
Same, a great task to bo always the.
681
all things always the, 625
ever the, 672
if I be still the. 212
man, always the. 672
persons, tolling same people same

things, 475
things not sweet to all. 613
things, the. a thousand times over,

689
to all men. 627
Simite, clothed in white. 368
Samminiato. lamping. 31
Samphire, one that gathers. 306
Samson hath quit hiraself. 221
SaiitBon's dead. Tam. 43
Snnctum tanctorum, 667
Sand, building on. 559

built his house upon the, 426
doth feed the clay. 881
little grains of, 447
plant seed in the. 653
plough the light. 142
soweth in the. 335
to BOW the, 493
we write in. 381
without lime, 493
woman's faith traced on, 7
Sands, come unto these yellow. 276
dance on the. 326
many, will sink a ship, 824
numbering. 292
of the shore, to steal the. 644
small, make the mountain, 406
•ow not the. 343



Sandwiches of real. 168

Sane spot, every man has a. 349

Sang, perhaps it may turn out a. 4i

Sange, full well she. 74

SanguiM meuSj, 643

Sana phrase, 729

jouci. 729 , ^^

5anto. ad ogni, la tua torcia, 871
5apere aude, 668

Bine pompa, 577
Sapia$, St tapias, 676
Sapiens, ahnormis, 484, 666
sibi qui tmpcrtotus, 657
Sapienti, dictum, satts. 751 _
Sapientiam vino ohumhrari, 661
5aptt, nemo omnibut hori$, 602

Hbi non, 604
Sapiunt altts. desipiuntque sibi, 511
Sapphire-blaxe. the. 152
Sapphires, with living. 216
Sappho, burning, 61
the iEolian, 683
Sard, che, sard, 736. 856
Saragoia. 52 note ^ , , .. »^
Sarcasm, language of the devil. 71
Sardonic laugh. 455
Sarkastikul. this is wrote. 25
Sartor resartus, 668
Sat sapienti, 668
Satan, begone, 493
depart. 702
eialted sat. 212
finds some mischief, 386
get thee behind me, 427
grey spouse of, 357
lieutenants of, 210
trembles. 94
wiser than of yore. 249
Satanic school, the, 342
Satiated with seeinsr thee live. 354
Satiety, feeling of. 116

makes sense despise. 154
occasion of, 12
would kill, 377
Satin, should be writ on. 56
Satire be my song, 58

difficult not to write. 519
flies abroad, 80
has always shone. 121
in disguise. 251 note, 447
like a polished raxor, 226
much food for, 405
pointed. 237
\iB called a. 96
virtue's friend. 80
Satire's my weapon. 250
Satiric rage, 269
thong. 99

touch, by one, 353
Satirical vein, 11
Satirist, an honest, 512
Satisfaciendum, ad, 503
Satisfaction, no, 284
the word is. 237
Satisfied, well paid that is well, 285
Satisfy all the world and his father,
726
nothing can, bnt what confounds.
410
Saturday and Monday, 69
Saturn, land of, 667

legislate for the inhabitaau of, 145
whirls, as. 361
Saturnalia, Roman. 488

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Saturnia regna. redeunU 671
Satumo reqe, 510
Baturn't reign, 510
Satyr. Hyperion u> a, 311
Bauce, a most sharp, 321

better than the fish. 863

seek, where you gat youp ail, 846
Baul among the prophets, 412
Sannter, men who make money rarely.

201
Bausagc to catch flitch of bacon. 876
Sauter du coq A I'dne, 729
Savage, civilised, worst of savages. 733

ran, the noble. 127
Bavageness, a still-lingering. 343

begets savageness, 343

in unreclaimed blood. 313
Ravages, all but. were slaves. 122
Save all. to. we must risk all. 732
Saved, and we are not. 421

ill. that shames. 858

who will not be. 799
Savil. Sir II . 12
Bavin', frae, comes bavin', 781
Saving, little, no sin. 745

more art in. than in gamblin|r. E67
Saviour and deliverer, hailing him as.
513

her sins to her. 167

shove his. from the wall, 81

Btung, with trait'rous kiss, her, 18
Savoir, tc, a son prix, 721
Saw and scorned the petty wile, 273

no man ever, 287

the air. do not, 315
Saws, drawler of old. 360

full of wise. 286

of books. 313
Saxa cavantur aqua, 654
Saxon phrase, ancient. 193

strength, in. 269
Raxpence, bang went, 458
Say-all-you-know. 234

do as I. not as I do. 770

have something to, 388

I did it. thou canst not. 309

it. I. that is enough. 725

it. if you don't, 806

it myself, though I. 189

it that should not, I, 869

know not what ye. 355

many things, to. and things to the
purpose, differ, 481

no gret things to, 198

nothing good they. 443

nothing, think the more. 845

nothing when you have nothing to
say, 89

•nought-at-all is beaten. 234

one thing, to. and think another.
695

something to remember. 29

well is good. Do well better, 845

well or be still. 845

what I could, 118

what I said, still. 178

what they, does not matter. 656

what they think, people who. 728

what to. and what not to. 518

what you ought. 727

what you think, freedom to. 661

whatever she. 332
Baying, a skin-deep. 343

an old. like an ordinance. 670

everything, there is no time for. 529



Baying, faithful, and worthy of all
acceptation. 435

gangs cheap. 845

goes without. 714

more, no use, 717

no. which has not been said. 618

not worth, is sung. 714

nothing, a time for. 529

one thing, doing another. 845

something, rage for. 176

things which should be said, 518

this is a true, 438

to doing, from, a long step. 845
Sayings all very fine in a book. 714

are all made by men. 155

endure. 870

foolish, of the rich, 857

golden. 540

they will remember, 162

wise, dark sentences. 423

worthy of endless life, 540
Bays just nothing, 241

least, who knows most. 885

no ill, good heart that. 813
Scab of the churches, 404
Scabbed, he calls me., 790
Scabies, occupet extremum, 623
Scaffold high, on the. 19

the crime, and not the. 714
Scald your ain mou' wi' ither folks'

kail. 770
Scalded the goddess's knees. 16
Scale, t'l mondo d fatto a, 865
Scales, topples down the. 364
Scandal, assailed by. 96

fierce to invent. 646

has new minted an old lie. 06

in disguise. 251

of the age. 237

sweetener of a female feast. 406

sweetens, as she sips. with. 264

waits on greatest state. 327

while you dine. 365

will not rub out. 846
Rcandals. dead. 60
Scandalum magnatum, 669
Scapes, hairbreadth. 322
Scar remains, when the wound Is
healed. 531

yet leaves behind a. 237
Scars and wrinkles. 104

he jests at, 320

honourable. 227

the remaining, 86
Scarcity, what can I take from this. 654
Scarecrow for superstitious terrors. 108

of the law. 278
Scarecrows of fools. 173
Scares them, nothing. 95
Scarfs, garters, gold. 246
Scarlet coats that pester humankind,
182

cowards in, 151

though clothed in, 179
Scattered blessings. 2
Scena, magna spcctabere, 653
Scene, each gentle and each dreadful,
20

impatient of a, 230
. the busy, 23

the present; the future lot. 272

upon that memorable. 205
Scenes, gay gilded. 2

hide their Uves behind the. 709

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BcenM. never^to return. 43

Boent. keen, for others^ faalU. 626

of odorous perfume. 200

■weetett flower for, 331
0cepUo Bide, the, 245
Boeptre, a barren, 309

from tyranU. snatched the, 527

her leaden. 406

like a pedant's wand. 363

one thin*, a ladle another, 748

one thins, lute-playing another. 488

■hows the force, 285
Rceptrea crooked atop, 15 not«
Sceptred pall, 221 „ , , -««

Sceptrum. alia ret, alia plectrum, 488.

Schdme dich deinee Handwerk$ nicht,

759
Bchellinff and Plchte. 70
Sohomes o' mice and men, 42
so many, 4
the b<>tt-concerted. 22
Schertando, ma non troppo, 143
Schism, without, 562
Schneider, neun und neujieio, 831
Scholar among rakes. 202 ^^ ^^^

diligent, and the master's paid. 74]

ho was a. 301

the classic. 210

who robs a. robs twenty men. 885
Scholars, hell paTed with skulls of. U02

land of. 146

not specially wise, 580
Schdn al$ fromm, liebcr, 776
School days, in my, 283

days, in my jovful, 187

erecting a graiiimar, 297

inscription in France. 509

microcosm of, 114

much to do that keeps a, 181

teaching better than home- teaching.
522

the Satanic. 342

unwillingly to. 286
Schools, all the learned. 106

Jargon of the. 243

fublio, nurseries of yioe. 133
he mase of. 243

want profoundness. 261

wretched masters of. 623
Schoolboy, cruel as a, 361

knows, every, 353. 389

knows It, erery, 559

Hacaulay's. 458

spot we ne'er forget. 60

tne whining, 286

with his satchel. 22
Schoolboys, enlarged. 139
Schooling, pay more for, than your

learning is worth, 889
Schoolman's subtle art, 250
Schoolmaster is abroad. 24
Schoolmasters' work, sameness of, 475
Schoolmen, cobwebs of. 15

subtle, 246

the learning of, 7
Schoolroom's a cell, 153
Schoolrooms, better build. 92
Schuhe, Doktor Luther$, 771
Schuim is geen bier, 782
Schwamm dar fiber, 829
Science, all this, that men lere. 77

and of art. enough of, 400

and in art. 231

antidote of superstition. 835



Science, brlght^yed. m
eyer-brigntening, 370
fails, proud. 410
fair, 152 ^ ^,^

falsely so called, 435
flrst-rate furniture, 166
frowned not. 152
genius married to, 343

glare of false, 20
and-in-hand with. 363
is organised knowledge. 343
is uncertain guess, 258
madness without sense. 756
moTCfl but slowly, 362
no true, without religion. 165
one. will fit one genius, 243
self-destroyed, 58
star-eyed. 65
the eel of. 252
truths of, 362

unfruitful in middle ages. 14
Sciences, and most of all the abstruse,
60
must not foUow books, 13
the mother of. 14
the seyen, 249
Scientia poteftaa est, 596
Scio's rocky isle, 55
Scire tuum nihil est, 699
Scissura non sit, 562
Scoff, fools who came to. 146

they come to. and not to look on,
517
Scoffer's pen. product of a. 402
Scoffing Cometh not of wisdom. 334
Scogan. poet. 180
Scorn and let her go. I can. 393
and wonder of our days. 248
for the time of, 324
intolerant and quiet. 85
O. what a deal of. 289
of all things low, 265
of scorn. 360
sound of public. 218
teach not thy lip such. 298
tempering wrath, 541
the maid repented of her, 16
them, but they sting. 369
to scorn oppose, 381
ye, to be hanged and. 137
Scorned by one that I scorn. 368

by those slaves. 255
Bcorner's words. 57
Scornful, seat of the. 414
Scornfully, looked on no religion, 5
Scorning is catching, 846
Scorpion under every stone. 685
Scorpions, chastise you with. 412

want's fell, 92
Scotch, ardent disposition of the. 635

terrier. 23
Scotched the snake. 309
Scotchman, if caught young, 176
Scotchman s noblest prospect. 176
Scotchmen, men of sense, 192

trying to like, 188
Scotia's food. 42

grandeur springs. 42
Scotland, 58 note

knuckle-end of England. 337
sensible Scotchmen leave. 192
treacherous. 121
where it did, stands. 310
Rcots are steadfast, 68
folks' wooing. 763



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ficota wha hae wi' Wallace bled. 47
Bcotsmen reckon frae an ill hour. 846
Bcott, Sir W., 53 note
Bcottiih man aye wise behind the hand.

748
Bcoundrel, thon lowest. 334
Sconndrels, has crept through, 247

healthy hatred of. 72
Bcourgo. an iron. 397
Scrannel pipes of wretched straw. 224
Scrape, who comes of a hen. must. 796
Scraper, neyer was. braTe. 160 '

Scraping siller. 185
Scraps, stolen the. 281
Scratch my back. 846

people where they itch, 846

with one hand, strike with the
other. 490
Screen, gospel-colours for a. 46
Screw, as arrant a, 17
Bcribblative. Babblative and. 342
Scribbled o'er, 217
Scribbler, who shames a. 250
Scribbling, itch of. 142
Scribe, pen of, 182
Scribenai, cacoethea, 502
Scrihere jusBit amor, 519

opoTtet aqua, 593

versiculoBf 605
Scripture, devil can cite. 283

Fortune hath no name in, 26

lard with. 168

warped from its intent, 94

was his Jest-book, 95

writ by God's own hand, 410

you rule the, 123
Scriptures, and the volume of nature,
15

mighty in the. 431

search the. 430, 670

the book of books. 162
Scrutamini scripturas, 275, 670
Scrutiny, roll back the, 55
Sculpture, shapeless, 152
Sculptured flower, 35
Scum, base, 49
Scurvy, some right, 209
Scutcneon, honour is a mere, 294
Scuttleflsh. disputants put me in mind

of. 3
Scylla and Charybdis, 518, 658
Scythe and spade, crooked, 334

the, feeds the meadow. 863
Sea. a flowing. 104

a soda-water. 449

a sunless, 85

a wave i' the. 290

and air wherever you look. 658

and land, by, 634

being on, sail, 760

bless the narrow. 365

bottom of the, 299

dangers of the. 348

deep as the, 355

dissevered from the boundless, 232

do not go by. if you can by land,
647

escaped from dangers of, 622

fatal to greedy seafarers, 533



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