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Spectator, a mere. 33
Spectator eleoant, 616
Spectre in a world of spectres. 6f

of a murdered man. 125
Speculate even on famine. 726
Speculations, of all. 231
Speculum, tanqvam in, 566
Speech, a knavish. 317
a stately. 395

afterwards, make your. 716
and life please you. him whose. S2i
as the life, so the. 475
be alway with grace. 435
be short, let thy. 424
better than letter. 11
blossom into. 32
complacent, 102

concerning evil, a mitigation. 5S7
contemptible, his. 434
created thought. 330
daylight of honest. 209
dead without a willing hearer. 349
deceives more than looks. 543
English stupidest in. 72
flow of. fatal to many. 693
foolish, against powerful

504
forgotten like a maiden, 258
gentleness of. 685
given to conceal the mind, 339
his, flowed sweeter than honey, *
I thought of, in the cab, 372
if you look for a good. 295



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Speech li a physician. 492

is ffiven to all. 509

is of time. 71

is silver. 850

law and mle of. 672

liberty of. 8

manner of his. 305

many^ harmed by, 380

more have repented, than silence.
828

mnsic of. 101

no ffods love idle. 356

none comparable with silence. 69

of the clear. 232

picture of the mind, 850

power of. 304

rare is their. 662

ready, flowed fair, 271

mde am I in my. 322

roles of. 673

sae smooth his. 210

slow in. 576

snch man. snch style of, 646

that Christian, 342

the poetrv of, 53

thousrht deeper than, 103

to all, sone to the few, 337

tme nee of, 148

wed Itself with. 366

wise thinirs bound np in short. 764

with horrid, 314
Speeches, long, suit long ears. 198

sowed doubtful, 188
Speed add wings, to thy, 213

fury of his. 327

is delay, in desire. 531

nothing safer in civil strife, 605

safety In, 130

teach me. 291

the soft intercourse. 253
Speedy carriage, make. 378
Rpeir not. they are as wise that, 792
Speirein ison en pontS, 474

te cheiH dci, 479
Speirs mickle. they that. 868
Bp*ill better than they pronounce. 82

that charms, 238

that on all souls fell. 356

the srentle. 238

which no one can. 341
Speller, fancy of the. 111
Spejn, prxter, quidanid eveniat, 656

pretio non emo, 526, 682

BalutiB in attdacta. 697
Spend and Ood will send. 850

conld moderately, 242

five and. 783
en when to, 814

knows not how to, 372

little, pay cash. 850

no good, but if it be. 346

spare to, spend to spare, 850

wherewith to, 18

while thou hast wherewith to, 328
Spender, $pander, e tparagnar, 862

to a good. God is treasure, 871
Spenders, great, bad lenders, 787
Spending. In. lies the advantage. 809
Spendit, little good soon, 819
Spends more than he is worth, who.
885

who, more than he should. 885
Spenser, a little nearer. 19

Raleigh to. 262

repowned. 19



Spenser's magical song. 35
Spent, ill got. ill. 807

little good soon, 745

naught's had. all's. 309
Speranaa omnia homini dum vivit, 883
Speransa, lasciate ogni, 737
Sperare timenti, liceat. 679
Spemere malignum vutgut, 683
Spemitt QUod petiit, 654
Spea cenatica, 682

dum anima est, 883

69 temeritate, 565

oregio, 683

mihi semper adest, 631

nulla ulterior. 542

Quoque minor, hoc m^gia eupit, 704

sihi quisque, 683

ulla videndi. 600

vestraa uritts. 705
Speude hradeds, 478
Sphalmata t6n tekontOn, 471
Sphere, all quit their. 245

gird the, 217
Spheres, an echo of the, 64

music of the. 26

the harmonious, 67

the tuned, 305

to shake the. 125
Spiacente a Dio, 736
Spice and salt that season. 301

saved by, 252
Spices stimulate appetite. 485
Spider, he spun it out of himself like

a. 525
Spiders, half-starved, 80

rationalists like, 12
Spider's touch, the. 245
Spies, ears and eyes of princes. 850

not single. 318
Spin and reel, man cannot at same
time, 746

thy future. 257
Spinning, let every girl mind her, 737

weeping, deceit. 75
Spinoza. Novalis on. 734
Bpi re-steeples, 88
Spires, whose silent finger. 403

ye distant, 152
Spirit, a fairer, 376

a rarer, 305

a soaring, 396

a wounded, who can bear. 417

a, yet a woman too, 395

alacrity of, 299

born to bless. 230

constraineth me, 414

drown my manly. 284

gone, great. 305

humble, tranquil, 107

I hear some gentle. 134

in, and in truth. 430

Indeed is willing. 428

let th' ungentle, learn, 232

present in, 432

pure as hers. 230

ready, the fiesh weak. 683

rest perturbed. 313

shall return to God, 419

so still and quiet. 322

that quickeneth, 430

the accusing, 348

the immense and brooding, 187

the strongest and the fiercest. 21S

thou gentle. 91

thy unbound. 102



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Bpirit. undaunted. 297

walks, of day deceased, 406

world, the. 195
BpiriU. black, and white. 310

choice and master. 303

from the land of. 86

I can call. 293

no revenue, but thy good. 316

of most erected. 219

raise no more than you can conjure
down. 844

rushed together. 362

the drooping. 93

think not my. 228

when they please. 212
Spiro, dum, spero, 883
Spit him like a pliver. 42

in his loof. a man may. 746

in his nieye. a man may. 746

little god of love turn the. 444
Spite. O cursed. 313

thus far have we answered. 547
Spiteful, not humour to be. 611

songs die out, 503
Spitting in church, 849
Spleen, cooked his. 364

only seizes the lazy, 352

the sophist's. 182

to mankind. 255

wit and mirth and. 2
Splendid shiUing. 241
Splendida facta, 538
SplendiduB non tumptuosus, 526
Splendour and fame, children of. 386

of a sudden thought. 32

shattered. 52

stays, but the. 355
Splenetic and rash, 319
Splitting words. 553
Spoiled the Egyptians. 411
Spoiler, a cruel. 238
Spoils of Nature. 25

of time. 151

the splendid. 683

to the victors. 458
Spoke on't. and not have. 305
Spoken, beauty and grace of what Is.
592

is spoken. 751

micUe. part mon spill. 815

not easy to be. 601

to the purpose, a labouring man has
often. 477

well, that is well taken. 853
Spoletino, d, 792
Spolia optma. 683
Spondee, definition of. 576 note
Sponge. I do not drink more than a. 718

over it. 829
Spontaneous^ things please most, 545
Spoon, a long-shfl^ted. 793

behoveth nim a ful long. 76

he must have a long. 793
Spoons, after eating, 752

let UB count our, 176
Sport an hour, to. 231

animals never kill for. 139
hand-in-hand with science. 363
not for gain but. 161
of men. circumstances seem the. 62
that wrinkled care derides. 221
'tis royal. 208

turn serious matters to. 570
with Amaryllis. 223
Sports and Journeys, men known in, 809



Bporta hardy, or contest bold. 271
SporuB tremble, let. 250
Spot is cursed, the. 395

is most seen on fineBt cloth. 749

of earth supremely blest, 226

out damned. 310
Spota in your feasts of charity, 436

not take offence at a few. 705

of kindred. 631

quadrangular. 99
Spouse, children of the present, 257
Spout and spout. 230

at whales, 819
Sprat to catch a herring. 889

to catch a mackerel. 744. 876
Sprats, weavers' beef. 877
Spread, throughout the world dispersed,

399
Spretm injuria fornix, 584
Spring, a voung man's fancy. 362

beautiful spring. 92

best of the year. 540

brings flowers. 638

cold becomes milder in. 643

come gentle, 372

comes slowly up. 85

does not always flourish, 703

follows winter. 673

has no second. 241

heat returns to the bones in, 704

here is continual. 551

in, the year is in greatest beauty,
619

nearer to the. 123

pebbly. 87

perpetual. 703

sweet, 162

the dead. 235

the infants of the. 312

the soote season. 351

the voice of. 159

time's harbinger. 137

unlocks the flowers. 158

untasted. 1

white foam of the. 384

would be but gloomy. 232
Springs, poisoned. 237
Springe, woodcock to mine own. 319
Sprites and goblins, one of. 289
Spriting gently, do my. 276
Spun, that which will not be. 853
Spur a willing horse. 770

and bridle, reason between the. 844

folly to kick against the. 566

in the head worth two in the heels.
749

of action, 87

of all great minds. 74

of noble minds. 89

one who is running, to. 513

to prick the sides, no. 308
Spurs, flrst part of armour, 850

he that nath love. hath. 884

seldom rides tynes the, 846

spare the. 631

speed is in the. 754
Spurned in vain. 240
Spurred boldly on. 123
Spurring, bloody with. 292
Spy. not so much a, 30
Spying all, 273

Squadron in the field, never set. 32S
Squadrons bright. 225

God for the big. 715
Squalls, look out for. 821



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ftqaare man in a ronnd hole, 749

my trial. 222

person in the round hole. 337

quite out of. 345

to make a matter. 561
Bqnat. though something. 6
Bqueakinflr. the vile. 284
Bqueamisn. no use in being. 31
Squeezing, not the smallest intention of.

Squire and his relations. 112

Squirrel, the joiner, 319

Sta bene, chi, 817. 848

Stab. no. the soul can kill, 262

Stahat Mater, 683

Stahit quocunque jeceris, 683

Stall be crooked, if the. 806

of life. 353

old man's, knocker at death's door,
861

old man's, rapper of death's door.
756
Stag at eve. 270

Irst catch the. 779
Stags led by a lion. 540
Stage, all the world's a. 286

but echoes back. 176

but on the. 125

drive thee off the. 691

frets his hour upon the. 310

he was natural, on the, 147

if this were played upon a, 289

life is a. 478

me in their eyes. 278

on a large. 653

poor, degraded. 346

strutting on a petty, 403

the world is a, 738

veteran on the, 175

where every man must play. 283

wonder of our, 180
Stages, in our later, 241

where'er his, 332
Stager, an old Parliament. 145 note
Staggered that stout Stagirite. 187
Stagyrites. filled with. 229
Stain, in thine honour, leave not a. 424

incapable of. 213

know not any. 189

like a wound. 39
Stair, as he comes up the. 210
Stake, ill. standeth longest. 755

that cannot stand one year. 810
Stakes, no. no draw. 465
Stale device. 1

flat, and unprofitable, 311

oath that is not. 6
Stalk about. 1

withering on the, 396
Stamford fair, bullocks at. 295
Stamp, not the king's, makes the metal,

405
Stand and wait, who only, 224

give me but a place to, 470

he scarce could, 120

here I. 735

or fall, with dignity may, 398
Standard, measure by his own, 588
Standers-by ace more than gamesters.

821
Standeth, he that thinketh he, 652

let him that thinketh he. 433
Standing, long, and little offering. 820
Stands not surely, he. 793
Stanhope's pencil writ, with, 410



Stanza, each exalted, 244

who pens a. 250
Star, brisrht particular, 288

but the twinkling of a. 50

Chamber matter, a. 277

does not know a. 130

fair as a. 394

fixed as a. 399

follow but thy. 73

for every state. 392

gone like a, 265

grapples with his evil, 366

his. outshines the rest. 588

in bigness as a, 214

influence of malignant, 19

like a falling. 212

like a shooting, 292

like as a. 457

man is his own. 134

might soil his. 45

of dawn, a later, 394

perfect as a. 336

-pictured Nature's ceiling. 67

snail rise a, 180

that ushers in the even. 328

that's fallen. 67

the evening. 218

the northern. 303

the wat'ry. 289

thy soul was like a. 398

to every fixed. 281

to guide the humble, 204

twinkle, little. 359
Stars, a thousand eyes. 23

a wise man will rule the, 668

and stripes, 120

as the. are far from earth. 537

began to blink. 394

blesses his. 1

blossomed the lovely. 194

but not the. 32

by rugged ways to the, 634

cruel, calls the. 495

cut him out in little, 321

fairest of, 216

fell like, 227

govern men, 495
alf -quenched, like, 330
have no rest. 104
he reads the, 346
hide their diminished heads. 214
I strike the. 686
in empty night. 227
in their courses, 412
kinship with the. 209
lamps numberless. 36
music of their motion. 210
no easy way to the. 611
of evening, the. 158
of fflory, 120
of heaven are free, 385
oX morning, dewdrops. 216
one sees the. 189
send their snout to the. 506
(sterres) shone the. 76
surveyed, some who have, 266
the primrose, 159
the sentinel. 67
the way to the. 580
thus the journey to the. 677
to heaven. 871 note
to the heavens, to lend, 681
two in one sphere, 294
unutterably bright. 329
voice of the. 712



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Stars, wandering, 436

were more in fault than they. 259

which gi^e little light, 8

you chaste, 325
Stare, look big and. 380

returned the Chief his haughty, 271

said, " Where I can, air," 64

stony British. 368
Stare super viaa antiquaa, 683
Starers, stupid, 247
Btares and listens, 33
Staring, made others stare, 90
Starkey, T., 23 note
Starlight, glittering. 215
Start at the right moment, 877

early, easy stages. 772

in time, the thing is to, 729

not so wildly. 316
Starts, wild by. 88
Starve before he stole. 186

good men. 125

joyless dignity to. 338

right merrily. 375

with nothing. 283
Starving populace knows no fear, 604

upon the very verge of, 149
Stat Jortuna domus, 544

nomini8 umbra, 683
State, a pillar of, 213

a thousand years scarce serve to
form a, 52

and the family at war. 228

arguments of, 289

but a golden prison, 262

education the greatest gift to the.
658

for every star, 392

founding a firm, 205

health of the whole. 312

high and palmy, 311

is enviable, no, 209

lifeblood of the, 181

no assistant to a. 314

O ship of, 194

prudent man mav direct a. 201

saves or serves the. 365

strange eruption to our. 311

the. does not exist for the Prince,
641

the last, of that man. 426

the man who meddles with a, 80

the reeling, 95

the, that is myself, 7i9

to ruin or to rule the. 122

what constitutes a. 179

whole machinery of. 24

wise man is the, 130
States move slowly, 8

only lost through timidity, 726

surveyed, 256

unseen, were better, 237
State's decrees, a mighty. 366
State super via», 683 note
Statements interesting but tough, 83
Statesman and buffoon, 122

lawyer spoiled the, fl6

too nice for a, 147

yet friend to truth. 249
Statesmen and poltticians, 116

at her council, 360

guard us, 365

village, 147

who have pulled ruin on the state.
27
Statesmen's kindnesses, 172



Station, a private. 1
Stations, know our proper. 111
Stationers' Company, motto. 704
Statistics, Carlyle on, 70

passion for. 150
Statius, 77 note
Statuam statui ex auro, 555
Statue, dotes on a gilded, 196

?:rows, the more the. 456
s then beautiful. 130

like repose. 3

rather it should be asked* why I had
no. 451

that enchants the world. 373

why he had no. 12

worthy of a wretched. 542
Statues in the market place, 467

meal from, 533

moulder into worth. 448

must come down. many. 388

which give life to the dead. 563
Stature, each man makes his own. 409
Status QUO, 683

Stay a little that we may make an end
the sooner. 11

and news will find yon, 8S0

awhile, that we may end Boooer. 828

he that can. obtains. 776

I must not. 376

little while we have to. 133

must you? Can't you go? 450

never continueth in one, 458

oh! stay. 228



they make long. 237
to wish her, 217



traveller. 679. 683
Stayed, too late I, 344
Stays, he that, does the basinem. 799
Steadfast and unmovable. 91
Steal, a flco for the phrase, 277

a pin. who will. 800

he gangs early to, 790

from the world. 253

myself from life, 257

no more, learned to. 96

not this book for fear of shame. 466

not this book, mine honest friend.
466

the goose, give the giblets in alma.

the pig, and give the feet to God. 873

to be sure they may, 333

to. one bean from a thousand peeks.
596

us from ourselves. 127, 251
Stealing and lying are neighbonrt. 848

ducks. 463

friar preached against, 857

should not be sullied with the crime
of. 82
Steals an egg, who, 799

for others, who, 799
Steam engine in trousers. 337

unoonquered. 105
Steamers, coffee on board. 372
Stedfastnesse. wed thy folk to. 78
Steed, like a hot. 268

my bonny white, 272
Steeds, flery-footed, 321

eave o'er, 270
Steel, a good piece of, wcrth a penny.
744

as with triple, 213

clad in complete. 222

foemen worthy of their, 271



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Bteel, if. hpd never been discoYered, 488

in complete. 312

repreM the mischief with cold. 509

with hoops of. 312
Bleep, wild and stormy. 66
Bteeple, a-cawiog from a. 168
BteAF a middle course, 207

right onward. 225

thy conrse^teadily, 342
Bteerage of my course, the, 320
Bteers mate at the helm. 220

whom Qod. 801
Steersmen, grow good. 210
Stenapmoi, 475
Stenches, two-and-seventy, 87
Step above the sublime, 239

by step. 851

by step, and word by word, 186

by step, goes a long way, 777

•aame Dunetings, 67

-dame, false as a. 301

-dame, ruled by his. 799

greatest, is out of doors. 858

nath its value, each. 399

mind the. 466

more true, 270

on the stair, thy small. 226

over the threshold, is hardest. 818

the first, is troublesome, 812
Bteps. in all her, 217

to retrace one's, 535

with unequal. 549. 673
Stephen. L.. on genius, 782
Stepmother, stony-hearted. 489 note

take heed of a, 852
Btepping-stone, good fortune a, 536

stones, may rise on, 366
Sterilem duxi vitam juvenilem, 549
Stern joy which warriors feel, 271

saints and tortured. 272
Sternhold, out-sternholded, 141
Stet processus, 684
Stew in their own grease, 458
Steward, and he's a, 302

for the poor, 249
Stewards of the mysteries, 432
Stick, a crooked, cannot b» made
straight, 475

any, to beat a dog. 757

at nothing. 257

best end of the. 790

no argument like that of the, 826

press a, it seems a youth, 842

some will, 841
Sticks, little, kindle. 819

s6mething always. 495
Stiffer, no combatants are, 101
Stiff-necked people, 411

saints are more, 50
StUl, better to sit. 269

extolled for standing. 95

him. who hath none to, 749

small voice, 412

they come, cry is. 310
Stillness, a solemn. 151

and the night. 285



deep as death. 66
the. is te'rrifyine. 555



when they brawl. 367 noU
Stilly night, oft in the, 231
Stilo inverto, 684
Stilts, on Bible. 168
Stima, chi non bo, vien atimato, 844
Sting, honey lent, without the, 375

fi in the taU, 863

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Bting, leaves no. behind. 264
Stings, endure the. 93

nasty long, 18
Stinks, and several. 87
Stipendio, pro, 491
Stir it and stump it, 144

the fretful, 396

you, what should not be stirred. 467
Stim, eine offene, 734
Stirrup and the ground, between the, 447

as guid may noud the. 758
Stitch In time saves nine. 749

stitch, stitch. 169
StO, dot mot pou, 470
Stock, lock, and barrel, 450
Stocks and subscriptions poured, 249

learns how. will fall, 259
Stockish, hard, and full of rage, 285
Stoic, like a, 208

of the woods, 65

severe. 220
Stoic's pride, the. 245
Stole *em, I wonder where he. 353
Stolen, heart of a maiden is. 228

kisses. 851

waters are sweet. 416
Stoles, nice white, 17
Stomach cannot be hid, 821

carries the feet, 738, 863

has no ears, 863

is not good, 350

none bigger than another by a span,
725 note

sharp, short devotion, 748

the starving, 36 ^ , ,«#»

your, holds no more than mine, 589
Stomachs, rich folks seek, 841
Stone at your door, a, 804

blossoming in, 195

bread and a. 490 note

dropping water wears the, 684

fling but a. 154

found, no dog comes, 880

God in the. 34 _ ^ ^ ^^^

if I had not lifted the. 805

In a well is not lost. 749

let him first oast a. 430

lytll tryfellinge, 232

no man can stay a, 751

no, without name, 618 „ ^,

not in your way, need not offend, 863

of Sisyphus. 497

of stumbling, 420

oft-moved, gathers no moss, 748

operation for the, 337

raise thou the, 385

rugged, grows smooth, 748

scorpion under every, 685

stumble twice against the same. 470

tell where, I He. not a. 253

that is rolling. 378. 379

the conscious, 129

the drop hollows out the, 646

the white. 23

this is the famous. 162

to emulate in, 269

to make two hits with one. 872

to turn every. 625

two hits with one. 814

unmoved as. by his words. 600

walls do not a prison make. 196

walls, hunger will break. 804

we raised not a. 393

which the builders refused. 415

will he give him a. 425



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stone, wltbont a. 253
Stones and tayings they will remember,
162

be speaks. 574

in piled. 225

inestimable, 299

more the very. 304

sermons in. 286

thrown' only at frnitful trees. 851

who is silent, gathers. 797

who remove, bruise their flneers, 886

will immediately cry out. 429

worthless, 816
Stonehenge. 120 nots
Stony limits. 320

the. from their hearts. 218
Stood, sulfioient to have. 214
Stool, with a three-legged. 287
Stools, between two. 763

to sit on two. 623
Stoop, be maun, that has a low door.
793

to that there, dostest think I'd. 24

to^ when the head is off, 812

wisdom nearer when we. 402

would all but. 243
Stoops, to rise. it. 32
Stop, perwailed on him to. Ill
Btopp St thou me. wherefore. 85
Stops, to know my, 316
Store, amidst our flowing, 123

to review one's, is to mow twice. 872
Storied of old. 222
Stories, certain antient. godly. 423

from the land of spirits. 86

great lords'. 89

of holiness. 78

shorter, must make his. 352

telling, a sign of mediocrity. 719

to delight his ear. 328

to rede ar delitabill. 16

to study old. 652

which teach to sin. 634
Storm, a sob, a, 4

a town, to be a rentleman. 886

after a. a calm. 752

directs the. 2

in a teacup. 749

is up, 304

it cannot calm, brightening the. 231

my injured skiff fears the scene of
the. 530

no. hurts a man who believes. 510

no power to oppose such a. 600

nor war lasts for ever, 752

rides upon the. 94

that frowns or falls. 410

that howls. 338

that stood the. 230
Storms grow stronger as the days grow
longer, 758

make oaks take deeper root. 851

of state. 301

shorter as more powerful. 642

the God of. 165

vows in. 876
Story always old. 32

better, leave a. 382

feigned for pleasure. 127

full of humour, 528

God bless you ! 68

in every breese, 231

in our country's, 227

rough island, 366

ruined by bad telling, 583



Story, shall the good man teach. 29i

teach him how to tell my, 323

telling, first law of. 382

the labyrinths of the. 578

the old. old. 166

to tell my. 319

without head, 467

wrong, believe that. 334

you tell the. prettily, 498
Stout, desperately. 350
Stoutness, no objection to. 144
Strachan. Sir Richard. 460
Straight in the strength of thy spirit
358

on. way must be. 87

to thrusts. I go. 237
Strain again, that, 288

in a sadly pleasing. 252

soft is the. 244

unpremeditated, 375
Strains, mute his tuneful. 274

that might create a soul. 222

that sigh. 204
Straitest sect, the most. 431
Strait-laced, but all-too-full in bud. 363
Strand, maypole in the. 23
Strange all this difference. 255

but true. 64

constancy alone is. 263

this is wondrous. 313

to relate. 79
- 'twas passing. 323
Stranger among strange faces, 377

and ye took me in. 428

disgraceful to turn out a. 696

filled the Stuarts' throne, 271

in a strange land, 411

in this breathing world. 5f
Strangers and pilerims. 435

beiore thee and sojourners, 413

better. 287

gracious and courteous to. 10

he imposes on. 708

honour'd. by. 253

law of keeping out. 9

send them to. and you will see, 590
Stratagems and spoils. 285

God the best deviser of. 466

those oft are, 243
Stratford-atte-Bowe. school of. 74
StratiOtike alogia, 478
Straw buUt citadel, 212

is corn in bad years. 808

is com in ill years, 767

let an ill man lie in thy, 816

man of, wants a woman of gold. 744

man of. worth a woman of gold, 746

master of, eats a servant of steel.
747

one foot in. one in spittle, 796

the last. 859 ^^^

tickled with a. 246

tilts with a, 400

to find quarrel in a, 318

who hath shirts of, 885
Straws, many, bind an elephant, 8S4

to split, 873 , ^^

Strawberries, Dr. Boteler's saying. 381

great ones at the mouth of the pot.
12
Strawbei^ grows underneath the nettlst,

wives. 12 _ , ^^

Stray further, will yon always, 7»
Stream, against the, to strive, 746



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Stream, by haunted, 221

cannot rise above the spring. 863
clear, united. 373 ^ », ««

nelp mvgelf from the grreat, 581
if^fir^J*^^* *^ its sprinsr. 389
}jiH®* **''.U®8 » Ji?lit mill, 145
little, will quench great thirst, 746

SfTiU?2^4?' **^^'°^' '^^' "^

of Time, oft up the, 264

of years, the, 330

or erove, 183

purlincr. 2

sweetness in the, 366

talk was like a. 258

the favouring, 670

the silent, 688

the smooth, 244

which ever elides on, 668
Streams, as shallow. 250

between two, 763



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