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row to, 842

some' distant, 140
some false impossible. 5
stops with the, 54
the dull, tame. 260
the pebbled, 327
the sounding, 244
the spicy, 215
unknown and silent, 187
upon the further, 128
what, without our blood. 645
where is that radiant. 159
wild and willowed. 272
Shores never to return to sight, 578
undreamed, 290 , , .

when mortals knew only their own.
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Shorn, went home. 31
Short and the lon^ of it. 278

cut. often a wron? cot. 749

day. work moch. 855

find it wondrooi. 148

if seyere, 675

measures, life perfect in, 180

thoogh. too long. 96

waj by a long wandering. 6

where he falls. 79
Shortest ladies love longest men. 137

way commonly the n>alest. 8
Shot at for sixpence a day. 109

harder to be. 165

heard round the world. 129

to keep ont of. 471

withont paying his. 16
Should not. who doth what he. 794
Shoulder according to burden. 785

to the wheel, 843
Shoulders, heads beneath their. 323
Shout and reyelry. 222

that tore hell's concave. 212

the inhuman, 54
Shooting, who do nothing, jtake to. 868
ShoTC his SaTiour from the wall. 81
ShoTcl scoffs at poker. 862
Show, a fleeting. 230

the form it seemed to hide. 273

which passeth. 311
Shows, outward. 284
Shower, a coming. 353

a golden. 140

a momentary. 20
Showers, after sharpest, 190

after soft. 215

bring down its, 231



fragrance after. 215
suck th "



the honied. 224

the sweetest, 240

with his softe. 76
Showery, flowery. 128
Shown, which was to be. 659
Showy effects in great enterprises, 563
Shrew, better be. than sheep. 761

eyery man can tame a. 774

was she. a terrible. 341
Shriek, a solitary, 61
Shrine and stone, between, 763

at His, the watchful Islamite. 4
Shrouding-sheet, eke a. 380
Shrugged, they were never fain that. 868
Shudder, I. as I tell it. 554
Shuddering in the gloaming light. 3
Shun me, thought he would. 19

what a man should constantly. 655
Shunned nor sought, not to be. 350
Shut or open, door either. 149

out. quite. 214

to, excelled her i>ower, 214

to, the stable door, when the horse
is stolen, 812

your mouth, open your eyes. 506
Shutters, close the. 99
Shy and lowly, sweetest flower is, 396
Si Peu Que Rten, 672 note
Siamese boys. 18
Sibyl, contortions of. 41
Sicilian tyrants, the. 568
Sick and needy, provideth for the. 438

body, the sours prison. 13

how oft they have been. 97

leisure to be. 294

man who has a remedy in his sleeve,
722



Sick, say Fm. 250

physic that sickens the. 171
Sickened at all triumphs. 79
Sickens at another's praise. 80
Sickly body, sickly mind. 749
Sickness and sorrows come and go. 48

chamber of. temple of devotion. 854

hunger, and want, 338

mind reacts on itself in. 561

rages. 241
Side, all on one. like Bridgnorth elec-
tion. 754

all on one, like Takeley Street, 7S4

friendship not all on one. 781

get hold of people on their best. 722

saddle, a bonny. 47

to side, shift from. 348

to side, we shift from. 387
Sides, hear both. 474

man may wear it on both. 301

much might be said on both. 2

much to do on both. 314

two. to everv question. 866

who concludes without hearing
both. 652

who governs should examine both.
701
Sidelong glanced. 273
Sidera jeriam, vertice, 686
Sidney bowed his head. 400

lord of the stainless swonL 356

warbler of poetic prose. 100
Sidney's sister. 179
Sieves, needs four. 794
SioAn adunatos, 476
Sigh, a groan, and so away. 237

a humorous. 281

a long. long. 102

a sob. a storm, a. 4

a tear so sweet. 20

for those who love me. 60

from Indus to the Pole. 253

hushed be that. 334

in thankins God. 26

is the swora of an angel-king. 22

meet us with a. 105

no more, ladies. 280

prompu the eternal. 247

scorn to have a. 332

so piteous. 313

strains that. 204

that rends. 148

too deep or a. kiss too long. 203

tribute of a. 152

while some. 231

with pleasure. 144

would sometimes Intervene. 20

yet feel no pain. 231
Sighs, a Jworld of. 323

all the broken, 208

and groans, sovereign of. 281

for her alone he. 548

heart-sore. 277

interwove with. 212

no. but of my breathing. 284

the language of the heart. 276

thrice did swallow. 268

woman not won by. 52
Sights, easy. 351

not such sorrowful. 351 noU
Sighed and looked. 125

from all her caves. 214

loved but they, 287

to many. 51
Sighing, lover without. 4



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Bifrhini; of no avail. 812

sorrowful, of the prisoners. 439
Siffhi. a splendid. 51
became a part of. 54
get ont of my, 'iti
eleamed upon my. 395
hence and avoid my, 305
it is not yet in. 330
man's, hath lion's strength. 863
of you good for sair een, 749
out of. out of mind. 839
oat of my, 291
sank from, before it set. 390
smell, taste, joys of,. 407
swim before my. 253
the finest, 36
the keenest sense. 485
things out of. 350
to dream of, 85

to make an old man young. 361
Bights, longer we live, the more strange,
868
present time requires not such. 612
unholv, 221
Sigismund above grammar, 526
Sign brings custom, 718
in this, conquer, 560
nothing without reading. 77X
of the cat's foot, 875
outward and visible. 438
post dauber, 124
that Shakespeare knew, 357
Signs and wonders. 428

of an immortal man. 167
of the times. 427
written. 551
Signet sage, 264

sage, slightly pressed its. 271
Bigniors. grave and reverend, 322
Silence a virtue of the wise, 723
after grievous things. 356
all. slowly. 369
almost pain, 390
answers much. 848
and darkniss. mind nourished by,

678
and modesty useful in conversation,

be their doom. 216

comes by wisdom. 852

compulsory, wretched. 590

conceals folly. 684

expressive. 3/4

foster-child of. 182

froze me into, 302

gives consent. 848

gratitude of true affection. 333

great souls endure in, 734
harms none. 666

has its prayers and language, 737
has slight merit. 533
his mother-tongue. 148
f *5i® crow could have fed in, 688
in, 686

in love bewrays, 262
in woman, 180
is eloquence. 524
is golden, 850
is most noble, 356
is of eternity, 71
is the soul of war. 259
is wisdom. 848

keep, or say something better. 850
like a poultice. 165
loses many friendships. 59
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Silence, majestio. 158
may be eloqjaent, 90
more unkind than, 340
mother of truth, 116
no speech comparable with, 69
no wisdom to, 833
occasional flashes of. 337
of the upper shelf. 201
our safest eloquence, 518 note
passion for. 662
perfected herald of joy, 280
seldom doth harm, 848
speaks the mind, 138
stands for wisdom in a foolish man.

688
sweet voice into, 390
take pity, and keep, 590
tenable in your, 312
that is in the starry sky, 395
that spoke, 256

the best ornament of women. 469
the rest is, 319
the reward of, sure, 696
the virtue of fools, 14
the wit of fools. 723
then, is eloquent. 512
they wonder in. 589
to break the deep, 654
to nijBrht and. sink for evermore, 65
uttering love, 358
was pleased. 215
well-timed, 6'n
when they bawl, 367
will never betray. 848
will sit drooping. 319
women's bent ornament. 848
, worth two shekels, 850
Silent, a bad cause should be. 583
a wise man is sometimes. 644
about myself. 670
all were with one accord. 509
always when you doubt, 244
and so they praise sufficiently, 688
class, talents of the, 62
each, upon his guard. 271
face often speaks, 667
fool counted wise when. 742
fool wise according as he is. 742

Breat griefs are, 819
' you had beru. 622

impossible to be. 41

live and be. 792

man is thought disagreeable. 637

suers receive more than askers. 501

sullen peoples. 186

that ye may hear. 303

things which should be kept. 618

to make another, be, 489

upon a peak in Darien, 181

who is, is strong, 652
Silent enim leoes, inter arma, 882
Silentia, ipsa, terrent, 555
Silently steal away, 193

we seemed to speak, 169
SOeU qui, est firmus. 652
Bilk and velvet let the Are out, 848

from the yellow bee, 330

halter made of, 81

unpaid-for. 307
Silks and satins put out the Are, 848
Silkworm, so spins the, 252
Siller, a' complain o' want o*. 741
count, after a' your kin, 767
God send me more, 784
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Siller in hif parse, who has. 795
Billy bairns eith to learn. 848

old man's silly old trade, 41, 463

trade, thy own, 41
BUrer and sold have I none. 430

bonny, ik soon spendit. 764

cord be loosed, 419

for a handfnl of. 33

llnins on the nicrht, 222

mantle, threw her, 215

mine, benrar with a. 82

of Pope's ringing line, 200

qninsy, 468

requires a sold mine to ran a, 82

spoon in the month, born with a,
871

the house lanffhs with. 665

time hath to, turned. 240
Similar, nothlnir. is the same, 606
S^nilarity of manners makes friend-
ship, 638

of studies. 670

the mother of friendship, 475
Simile, no, runs on all fours. 619

that solitary shines, 251
Similes are like songs, 258

play with, 395

unsaroury, 292
Similia aimOibus, 818
Similitude, the first. 27
Similitudo morum, 486
Simple, blessed that we are not. 290

in her elegance. 678

race, a, 272
Simpleness and duty. 283

and merit, 280
Simples, to be out for the. 783
Simplieitas prudens, 678

raristima. 488

tancta, 622
Simplicity a firrace, makes. 180

a rare thing. 488

blessed is, 498

holy. 622

in his. sublime, 368

not abundance. 526

of character, 233

of mind. 403

of the Three per Cents.. 117, 275

the seal of truth. 732

unadorned, 530
Simulator atque disiimulator, 512
Sin. a godUke. 122

as It were with a cart rope, 420

better beware of, than flee death,
587

confessed, half forgiyen. 741

could blight, ere, 84

each man shall bear his own. 234

falter not for. 48

fear nothing but, 778

for me to sit and grin. 165

fresh, fresh penance, 775

greater in proportion to rank. 648

he that is without, among you. 430

his darUng, 86

his fayourite, 340

in secret, 79

in state. 248

in the blossoms of my, 313

is, in itself, excusable, 136

is in being found out. 863

lawful to none, 634

lay not this, to their charge, 430

meroy emboldens, 302



Bin my tia, S8S

nu more too hard for mortals. S7f

no thunderbolt for eyery. 676

of the many is unpunished. 653

old. new shame, 756, 836

once with impunity, grant me to.
618

one little drop of. 183

she who does not, because it is ua*
safe, 676

sheU of. 69

sinless child of. 62

slough and crust of. 362

starye thy. 164

the good hate. 624

unsinning, 33

want of will to, differs from want
of knowledge. 695

who forbids not. encourages. 651

with gold, plate. 307
Bins against nimseli. eyeryone. 677

and debts, mair than we think. 781

armed against them. 342

commit, the oldest. 295

debts, years, and foes. 781

like to our shadows. 351

little, make room for great. 128

negligences, and ignorances. 437

not known till acted. 848

our compelled, 279

remembered, be all my. 315

they are inclined to. 49

they loye. few loye to hear the. 336

thinkin' on their. 43

who denies, does not purge him-
self. 614

youuff men's, we pay for when old.

Sin's reward is death. 530

Sincere, blush at being thought. 409
his soul. 152
thought, in eyery thought. 2S4

Sinceritas, ad pemiciem solet agu 701

Sincerity a dangerous thing. 391
faithfulness and. 777
in a sad, 129

Sine dta, 679

qua non. 679

Sinews bought and sold. 98

Sinful, hence, whoso is. 470

Sinfulness greater than their use. 464

Sing as I shall please. I will. 393
oecause I must. 366
before breakfast, cry before nigkt.

806
by the way. 623
can, and won't sing, 854
I can't, 25

man neyer meant to. 189
of loye. may not. must not. 273
on our journey, let us. 502
one can speak, seyon can. 838
that they, and that they loye. 3S1
the sayagencss out of a bear. 334
though I shall neyer hear thee. 3fi
to dance, 218

to myself and the Muses. 502
unbladen, I do not. 612
unto the Lord, let us. 703
when men, at (work). 21
who doth, so merry a note. 894
would, but hath no song. 203

Bingen so wel, 77

Singer keeps his shop in his throat M
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Binirer of an empty day, 234
passes, the, 210
the anguish of the, 392
Binders, first of earthly, 209
God sent his. 194

hard to persnado. hard to stop. 627
let the singinff, 69
sweetest of all. 195
the Tice of. 627
Binffinff an allurine art, 664
as they shine. 2
boys, six little. 17
face. 136

ffood. wearisome. 786
he sifirhed in hia. 444
lanehingr. ogling. 244
praise thy. 165
still dost soar. 331
throats, of all the, 209
waves of thy sweet. 330
Ringing-robes about him, 225
Bingist. not a success as a. 25
Single men in barricks, 186
nothing in the world is, 332
when a man's. 879
Singly mortal. 679
Sings and he sings. 84
of himself, he. 569
them over. he. 290
who. frightens away ills. 738
who. drives away troubles. 829
worst, who. begins first, 651
Singula, qum non prosunt, 645
Bingdlar. taste for the. caused by

satiety. 718
Singularity. love of. 73

trick of. 289
Sink, ambition is to. 100
better to, 54
now we, 408
or soar. to. 57
or swim, 848
Sinking, alacrity in. 278
Sinne, forsaketh. 76
Sinned against than sinning, 306

having, the chief punishment of

sinners. 641
I have. 634
Sinner it or saint it. 248
one sin will destroy a. 37
you're the. oilers. 198
Sinners all. we are. 297

miserable. 437
Sinning, when will you cease your. 457
Sips often, he that. 95
Sire was a knight, thy. 273
Sires disgrace, most their, 256
Siren trnprobo, Desidia, 709
Siren song of ambition. 39

that lures. 61
Sirens sing sweetest. 120
Sirmond. Father. 3 note
Sis, quod, e8»e velis, 660
Sister, my sweet. 59

no friend like a. 265
Sisters and his cousins. 143
resemblance as of. 534
the weird, 310
three, the. 283
Sister's fame, careless of her. 96

shame. 54
Sisterly salutes. 168
Sisyphus before our eyes. 679

stone of. 497
Bit down in a storm. 449



Sit down now. I will. 117
in your place. 848
still, better, than rise and fa*. 762
Sitiunt ipai fontea, 540
Sits and sings. 93

full still that hath a riven breech.
793
Bittine still, indomitably. 383
Six of one. half-a-dozen of the other.

848
Sixes and sevens. 759
Sixpence. I give thee, 68

wife and. 797
Sixteen, punchy concern of, 17
Sixty, after, every man a physician. 775
Size, those of the largest. 119
Skating over thin ice. 130
Skeleton, hiding the. 209

in every house. 866
Skcllington. the Living. 110
Sk€n9 pa$ ho bios, 478
Skies, bargain for the, 95

commercing with the. 221, 528 note

common people of the. 404

echoes in God's, 259

I'll meet the raging of the. 68

illumined the eastern. 3

late may you return to the. 672

rush into the. 245

thy sullen, 98

watcher of the. 181
Skiff, a skiff, call a. 765
Skill, a barbarous. 93

all things, but appetite, require. 754

and confidence unconquered, 848

comes of doing. 130

comes so slow. 106

equal to the subject. 698

she has been obtained by my. 494

stroni^er than strength. 848

the dialect and different. 328

to woo. scanty. 265
Skimble-skamble stuff. 294
Skin and Bone^ 51

can the Ethiopian change his. 421

don't sell the, till you have caught
the fox. 765

fair, covers crooked mind. 741

for skin. 413

keep in your. 564

nearer is my. 766

of my teeth. 413

sleeping in a heal. 811

whiter, than snow, 325
Skittles. I'll loore him on to. 51
Skldra malthakds legein, 478
Skulk away, in action. 88
Skull, pivot of his. 396
Skulls, dead men's. 299
Sky. admitted to that eaual. 245

and sea on all sides, 506

and stars, point to, 88

and the ocean. 86

blue ethereal. 2

blue rejoicing, 84

chambers of the. 346

change their, not disposition, 506

fall, if the. 806

forehead of the morning. 224

from a cloudless, the bolt may
strike, 732

imbrued with colour, 31

itself, attempt the. 545

pilgrim of the. 395

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Bky. ihootins at the. 560

tears of the. 78

the blue, bends over all. 8S

the broad blae. 199

the soft blae. 396

under an alien. 186

under the cold. 685

uplifted to the poreflt, 400
Rkyey influences. 2/9
Blackness breeds worms. 161
8iain. deep- brooding o'er the. 272

ffrievous ways to have thee, 364

he that is in battle. 442

slew the. 125

to stab the. 572
Slander, devised this. 325

foulest whelp. 242

half the world loves. 788

homage of vice to virtue. 848

in the dark. 257

leaves a score. 848

meanest spawn. 363

squint-eyed. 20

stoutly. 502

the civic, 367

to speak no. 370

trump of. 253

who spake no. 368

whoso edge is sharper. 307

whose stinff is sharper. 289

worst of poisons. 164
Riandcrs. pardons revengers of. 840
Hlanderous as Satan. 278

tongues. 281
Blate. a clean. 688

clean its. 265
Rlattorn. Lady. 333
Slaughter, as an ox goeth to the. 416

man arrayed for mutual. 399
Slave, a rogue and neasant. 314

born to be a. 9$

departs, as the. 65

for over, ho will be a. 674

free to fear, rejoice, and lament. 495

freed, thinks himself a nobleman,
847

I would not have a. 98

makes man a. 267

of love, of hate. 265

that pays. 2%

trade. 388

was not born a little. 358

wreaking vengeance on freemen. 599
Slaves, all bad men are. 453. 4//

all fools are. 684

born. 29

branded in the bone and blood. 29

cannot breathe in England, 98

creed of. 242

mechanic. 305

ne'er shall the tons of Columbia be,
239

of centuries. 206

of the lamp. 4

we are. 58

who dare not be. 197

wholly or wholly free, 123

worst of, 140
Slavery, a bitter draught. 348

dwells even under marble. 688

grows in every soil, 38

more enchain themselves to, 633

O men. made for. 621

sold to. 322

voluntary, most disgraoeful. 617



Slavery, will jon endure^ 711

Slaving, cogging, oosening, 325

SUvish lldeUty. 14 noU

Slayer of gentyl women. 78

Slaying, oi thy. nowise are we fain. 234

Slays, who. shall be slain. 798

Sleep (see Drummond). 120

a deathlike. 219

a short death, 138

a wink of. 89

after luncheon bad. 610

always, let me, 85

an act or two. 301

and a sleep, between a. 356

and death, twins. 74

and feed, to. 318

and idle hours. 622

and not to know it. 171

and silence, f riendlieet to. 216

and soft forgetful ness. 403

balmy. 406

before midnight, 837

before you fight. 4

beholds me from afar. 354

better than medicine, 848

brings back the day's wishes, 627

brother of doAth. 471

came at length. 273

care-charmer. 105

careKsharming. 135

certain knot of peace, 335

comes of moderate eating, 817

comfortably only when at sermon.
718

counterfeited death, 258

cousin of death. 268

day out of countenance. 305

death and his brother, 329

death's ally, 343

death's brother. 50

deep, falleth on men. 413

deep, falleth upon men, 414

disperser of care. 681

disports with shadows, 66

do I. 157

dwell upon thine eyes. 320

everlasting night of. 680

flattering truth of, 322

full many a fathom deep. 66

full of sweet dreams, 182

hath its appointed. 330

He giveth his beloved. 28. 415

he who first invented, 452

hiffh up, 817

I. out my heart waketh, 419

I can get nane. 46

I shall either, or laugh. 583

if an endless. He wills. 446

in your cloak, when you. 390

is a death. 26

is awful. 61

is sweet, 37

it is a gentle thine. 65

kinsman to death. 367

lesser mystery of death, 480

lighUy. sup lightly, 817

like death. 26

likeness of death. 684

long, does not become a man of
counsel. 476

Macbeth doth murder. 309

medicine ihee to that sweet, 324

midday. 679

no chance of, with a wife, 672

oo more, 309



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Bleep nurse of onr life. 160

O gentle. 295

o' niffhts. such as. 303

of a labouriDK man, 418

of rustics, 681

of the just, 456. 715

on, 199

on either ear, 562

out of doors, one does not ask leave
to, 727

out the thought of it, 290

over it. 848

pretended, 793

prologue to his, 323

rest of nature, 681

rock thy brain. 316

rounded with a, 276

seven hours enough for, 673

shall obey me, 341

shake off this downy, 309

shuts up sorrow's eye, 282

six hours to, 674

some must, 316

sound and peaceful, 199

that dreamless, 59

that knows not breaking. 271

the best cure for trouble, 462

the blessedness of, 85

the friend of woe. 342

the innocent, 309

the poppied, 354

the soft, long. 355

the sooner to, 185

the 'sun up. 380

thegither at the foot. 46

third of life passed in. 64

this self-same thing called, 348

thou ape of death. 307

threatened not in vain, 243

timely dew of, 215

to all. I do not. 613

to mine eyes. I will not give. 415

to snatch a little. 705

undisturbed. 176

upon ale. 131

was aery-light. 216

which makes night short. 681

which will not be commanded. 57

while sluggards. 138

who can wrestle against. 378

wild trash of. 409

will never lie. where care lodges, 321

yet a little, a little slumber. 416
Bleep's natural brother, 74
Sleepers, great. 137
Bleeping enough in the grave. 138. 867

fox catches no poultry. 863

hound, not good to wake a. 77

when she died. 169
Bleepit never ane wink. 199
Sleepless themselves. 252
Bleeps as dogs do. 793

enough who does nothing, 793

well, he that, 443

well, he, who is not aware. 498

when a man, his head's in his
stomach. 879
Bleepy Hollow. 457
Bleeve. my heart upon my, 322
Bleight-of-hand, admire his. 50
Blide, ambition loves to, 122

let the world, 164
Blides into verse, 250
Blight, the matter, not the glory, 562
Bling, killing a crow with an empty, 813



Slings and arrows, 315
Blip, better the feet, than the tongue,
762

for ever, giving his enemies the. 347

many a, 'twixt cup and lip, 867

no standing, when you begin to. 128

none so well shod but they, 863
Slipper, fit to wear your. 368

hunt the. 168

under the. 875
Slippery place, stands upon a, 291
Slips of the tongue, 679

that never, 793
Slits the thin-spun life. 223
Bloe-tree white, sow barley, 881
Slop kettle, slavery of. 83
Slope, gently, our passage, 408
Sloth, but most of. 160

cares and woe of. 329

is a foe. 235

makes all things difficult. 848

mother of poverty, 804

never arrived at attainment. 452

peaceful. 213

resty, 307

shameful siren. 709

strenuous, 684

too much study is. 11

turns the edge of wit. 804
Slothful in buainesa. 431

is servant of the counters. 863

man never has time. 749

the way of the. 570
Slough cast off, renewed, with. 619
Sloven, a female. 406
Blow, and come he. 269

and crippled pace, 270

and steady. 192

and steady wins the race. 848

and sure. 848

at meat, slow at work, 843

bellies. 469

catches up the swift. 702

divine wrath is. 575

the growth. 98 •

Slowly but safely. 690 '

goes, goes far. 884
Slowness, beaten the snail in. 705

in granting a favour is unwilling*
ness. 690
Sludge is of all importance to himself,

32
Sluggard, the voice of the, 386

wise in his own conceit. 417
Sluggard's comfort. 69

brow, for. 375
Sluggishly, do nothing. 598
Slugs that come crawling, 18

to despise the worms, 24
Slumber, dreamful, 360

in its bosom. 35

more sweet than toU, 361

one. finds another. 833
Slumbers, golden. 107

light. ^0

sweet Thy mercy send us. 388
Slumber's chain. 231
Slut. I am not a. 287
Sly. caustic, and dry, 17

tough and devilish, 114
SmaU, all is. 266

and great, between the. 101

and the great, made the. 423

man was not so very. 169

matters, 11



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Bm&ll matters, tfreat In. S86

nations, the day of, 74

of bis back. 17

people love to talk of great. 849

tbings make base men proud. 297

thinirs become a sm* *1 man. 632

things best. 131

things, gods neglect. 580

things, grace in. 819

things have grace. 664

tilings, he that contemneth, 424

things, he that despisetb. 130

things not to be despised. 632
Rmallor man. that I had loved a. 369
Smallest portions, nature of everything

best teen in bis. 7
Smart all over, 167

divides not. 219

thev who feel the, 108

to live on this yearth. too. 25
Rmarteth most who hides. 262
Rmatterer, a, 489
Smattering of everything. 110
Smell, ancient and flsh-llke. 276

better not to. than to smell well. 584

does it not. 613

rankest compound of villainous. 278

the best, is bread. 854

well, scented man does not. 610
Smells well when she smells of nothing,

593
Smikron epi tmikrO. 470
Smile, a ghastly. 214

a kind of sickly. 156

and sigh, reasons why we. 184

and smile, and be a villain. 313

and sweetly, 335

as the wind sits. 305

at perils past, 273



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