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helping one another bear the bnr-
den of six. 869

is always fortunate^ 835

is company in married life. 392

know it, all know it, 870

meet, when shall we, 308

merry boys. 135

not less than. 603

per Gents., money in. 31

per Gents., the. 117

the nsual. 209

things Joined in one, 694
Threes, all good things go in. 753
Three's too many. 838

trumpery, 875
Threefold cord. a. 418
Threescore years and ten, 234. 415
Threshold of the new. 381
Thrice, all things thrive but, 754

is he armed, 297
Thrift a great revenue, 612

practise, or ye'll drift, 842

when too late, 673
ThHU. ah. that's the. 191
Thrive, bold knaves. 125

he that will. 800

if a good man, 804

man cannot, unless his wife let
him, 746

to. man must ask his wife's leave.
746
Thriven, he that hath, 800
Throat, I'll cut your, 135

it cuts its own, 86

or cut a. 61
Throats for pay. cut. 148

wash their, before their eyes, 839
Throne, a doubtful. 368

an ancient, consecrated. 88

begirt th' almighty. 216

brother near the. 250

foundations of, 403

light that beats upon a, 368

nearest place to any. 96

no thorns, no, 240

of Ood in heaven. 333

of grace, except the. 96

of royal state. 212

reversion of a. 254

something behind the, 241

the general Father's. 30

the whisper of the, 366

this royal, 291

without thorn, no, 832
Thrones, dominations. 216

or dominions. 434

states were. 59
Throne's siafety. 230
Throng, mingle with. 237

nor mingled with the, 61
Throttle-valve of crime. 268
Through and through, 237
Throw the halter after the ass, 771

the handle after the bill. 771

the helve after the hatchet, 771

the rope after the bucket. 771
Thrush, the, 341

the wise, 34
Thrushes, fat. for a farthing. 796
Thus taii Charisi, 472



Thule. remotest. 697

the extremity of the world. 601

Ultima, 601. 697
Thumb, a most observing. 333

bite your, at us, 319

turned. 704

turned up. 509

'twixt his finger and his. 293

unto his nose, 17
Thumbs, pricking of my. 310
Thump-thump and shriek-shriek. 29
Thumper, that was a. 147
Thumps upon your back. 101
Thun soil, wat Jeder, 776
Thunder, escaped, fell into the liffhw
ning. 839

heard remote. 213

idle. 121

of his power, 413

they steal my, 449

winter's, and summer's flood. 886

winter's, summer's wonder. 750
Thunderbolt, a harmless, 501

the uncertain. 589
Thunderbolts alarm more than thtj
Strike. 512

his words are. 512

Jupiter's chance. 572
Thundered, the heavens. 567
Thunders in March, when it. 750

never, but it rains. 813

when it. the thief becomes honest,
880

when Jove, 571
Thursday come, and the week gone. 871
Thurtell. trial of, 457
ThusnesB. what is the reason of this.

Thwack, with a terrible. 17

Thyme, a maiden who smells of. 686

pun-provoking, 332

the wild. 282

sweet, 137
Tiberius, saying of. 775
Tihi VTOrit, 643
Tibullus. here lies. 570
Tibur. at. I love Rome. 666
Tickle and entertain us. 97

me. Bobby. 846
Tide bides na man. 870

changeth as the. 75

evidently coming in. 201

he's a-going out with the. 113

in the affairs of men. 304

in the affairs of women. 62

no motion but the moving. 401

this loud stunning. 184

we ride as the. 239

will fetch what ebb brings. 863
Tides seaward flow. 5
Tidings, big with. 342

that bringeth good. 421
Tie, breaks the social. 146

it well and let it go. 870

the sUken tie. 272

what you cannot untie. 770
Ties that stretch beyond the deep. 6t
Tied, both are. 61

up together, have been. 370
Tiger keeps pace with tiger. 563

shun the companionship of. 692

the. 22

the Hyrcan, 309

tiger, burning bright. 22

with tiger, 358



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Tlgen, empty, or the roarinff lea, 322

spring, aa the. 61
Tiffht Uttle island, 109

rope walker, a. 557

^^ tear, 886
Tniaffe, half a. 146
Tim. Tl»er. 17
Timber, like seasoned. 162

wedffed in that, 114
Timbertoes, call me, 198
Timbrel, sound the load. 230
Time, a bastard to the, 290

a ffentle deity. 480

act of, 10

after Ion?, thinn are presumed to
be done in form, 532

all, right for speakinsr right, 475

all things haye, time has all things,
626

all things produced and Judged by.
480

and counsel, 163

and money, 840

and place, bound to, 254

and Place, bourne of. 371

and the hour, 308

and the place, 34

and thinking cure grief, 670

and tide, surge of. 64

and tide wait for no man, 870

as this, in such a. 304

at a lucky. 518

at last sets all things eyen. 57

backward and abysm of, 276

break the legs of. 165

breaks youth, 870

brings truth to light, 467

busiest find most, 335

but the impression stronger makes.
46

by heart-throbs, 15

by losing present, we lose all. 765

by the forelock. 450. 852

can do no wrong. 93

cannot make valid. 658

coming, a Kood. 866

conquers all, 252

consecrates. 88

cormorant, devouring. 281

correct old. 246

corridors of. 193

could not onill him. 166

covers and uncovers. 870

cures affliction. 870

cures more than the doctor. 870

destroys all things. 870

devourer of things, 692

dissolves aU. 473

do not trust to. 610

do thy worst, old. 327

does not lessen, what is there that,
514

does not produce wisdom. 564

driveth onward. 361

dune at ony, dune at nae. 878

elaborately thrown away, 410

enough, take. 51

ever new. 691

flies. 670. 870

flies. Death urges. 407

foolish thing is. ^4

for aU. 180

for all things. 866

for him. merged into eternity. 71

for thee to be gone. 691

8x



Time, forefinger of all. 364
from us. we push. 406
gentle. 260
give, to time, 736
glides and deceives, 574
gUdes by. 691

glides by like a stream. 495
goes by turns. 343
good, lost on a bad matter, 873
good, only comes once, 866

Ereat saving of, 551
alf as old as, 37
happiness takes no account of. 789
happy he who has well employed

his, 537
has made this question without

question. 84
hath a taming hand. 236
hath laid hishand. 195
hath spoken, when, 339
heals all. 870
how omnipotent is, 407
how small a part of. 381
I forget all. 215
if he have lost no. 11
inseparable propriety of. 8
in such a JUBtllng. 294
in time. take. 852
irrecoverable, flies, 543
is a noiseless file, 870
is eternity, 227
is Ood's and ours. 870
is man's angel, 733
is money, 870
is not here, 341
is out of Joint, 313
is short, remember your. 524
is still a-flying. 163
is the great teacher. 870
is the nurse. 277
it will happen and go. in its. 866
it will last my, 69
know your, 616
labour was to kill the, 375
last syllable of recorded, 310
lasy foot of. 287
leaden-footed. 331
life made of. 138
like an ever-rolling stream. 386
loss of. most grieves. 73
losse of, 75
lost, never found. 821
lost returns not. 587
made for slaves. 36
makes all but true love old. 67
makes all grief. 259
makes love pass. 718
melodies of, 167
noble miser of his. 399
no duty without. 267
no, like, the present, 867
no touch of, 36
noiseless foot of, 142. 288
nor place did then adhere. 308
nothing more precious. 867
nothing more precious than. 87u
now is the accepted. 433
obey, we must, 252
of, Vm heir, 456
part of eternity. 692
passes as we speak. 668
passes so slowly, 683
past never returns. 554
past, not to be recalled. 7St
past, redeem. 120



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TlflM. pi
play



pbjtieUo of PL

* * • with the. 295



870



play the fool

pi— iw eome, triee all. 290

qoafliMr and oDthiDking. 126

rodaemliif the. 434

return, bid. 292

returned the oompUment. 56

ripens. 596

roue hie oeaeeleee oonree, 271

mlee matters well. 723

of. the rr«ateet sacrilloe.



Moiifloe



serres for the matter, 306

shall tea«h all thinn. 377

shall tnm. when. 10

shaU nnfoid. 305

shipwreck of. 7

short in proportion to happlnees,

690
silent tonehes of. 40
slips qniokly by. 701
so ffraoions is the. 311
softens aU rrief . 619. 870
spares nothint done withont him.

723
spirit of the. 291
steals on onr yonth, 164
stirrinf as the. 291
stopped, if. 354
strencthens Jndcments. 689
sorest poison Is, 130
sorrenderinf onto. 241
take no note of. bnt from iu loss,

406
takes them home, 355
tancht by. 257
teaehes all thinct. 870
that takes on trust. 262
the abyss of. 342
the ancient, 10

the author of all authors. 7. 14
the arenfrer. 53
the beautifler of the dead. 53
the best eounsellor. 870
the chief boi of health, 854
the olook-eetter, 290
the comforter, 53
the corrector, 53
Ihe •• Deep Voice." 274
the essence of the contract/ 692
the foot of, 344
the frand instructor, 40
the rreat consoler, 870
the rreat discorerer, 870
the rreat innorator. 586
the rreat physician, 115
the rreat preacher, 870
the rre^test innoTator. 10
the moTinff, 396
the seeds of. 308
the soul of business, 843
the spoils of, 151
the sturdy pedestrian, 210
the thief of. 406
thus I pass the, 677
tide of. 360
to be bom. a. 418
to chooscjjs to saTe. 11
to come. 875
toiled after him. 176
too much in studies. 11
too swift. 240
tooth of. 279
train, and tide, 870
trieth the troth. 378



Time trieth truth, 870
undermines us, 870
unimscinable touch of. 400
wastea is existence. 406
we should use. 701
what rreater crime than loss of*

what will not. 841

what's. 30

while we haTe, 438

while we speak, will hare fled. 524

whirliciff of. 289

who best use. haTe none to spare.
869

who has. let him not wait. 867

wiU away, 852

wiU have it so. 189

WiU run back. 225

will soften. 870

wipes out fancies. 629

wise men know their. 780

writes no wrinkle. 54

ylost. 78
Times are bad. not the«, 20

are bic with tidincs. 342

are dead, true old. 370

ask counsel of both, 10

be compliant with the. 691

chanre and we in them. 691

daOy ehante. 350

ereryone puts his fault on the. 776

ridd7-paoed. 288

hard, when were not. IS^

newspaper, an open Forum. 72

no character or rlory in his. 27

O. O manners. 62^

old. were chanced. 271

other, and other men. 340

other, other manners. 839

pass slowly for me. 588

so written to after. 225

that try men's souls, 339

these pursy. 317

tide of. 303

to go with the. 473

when old are rood. 59

why slander we the. 20

will not mend. the. 444
Time's dcTourinr hand. 83

dominion, out of. 3

furrows on another's brow. 408

rreat wilderness. 230

noblest oflsprinr. 21

silent sickle. 121

subjects, 29d
Timely happy, \imely wise. 183
Timent ettam qui timenttir, 650

qum Unsere, 678
Timid man calls himself cautious. 693

man's mother does not weep. 693

ncTer set up trophy. 693

see danrers not exisUnr. 635
r<mor morUM morte pejor, 693

omnif ahetto, 565
Timore mortiM mori, 638
Tinkled in the close. 124
Tintinnahula dicat ptd$ari, 704
TinU of life. the. 385
Tip. schoolboy's. 371

tilted like the peUl. 368
Tippenny, wi*. 44
Tipsy dance, and jollity. 222
Tir'd eyeUds. 361
Tire the nlrfat in thourht, 260
Tired woman's epitaph. 446



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Tiro, temper, 501

temper honua homo, 672
** TU so." when I haTe potitlTely tald.

314
Tit bits, another enjoys the. 625

for tat ii fair play. 871
Titan commands the swift hours, 672
Tithe and be rich. 871

of mint, 427

plff's tall. 320
Tithes. Oowper on. 101

discord's torches. 64

pay Jnstly thy. 378

talk was now of. 353
Titian, worth of. 124
Title, gained no. 249

Ion£ and dark. 122

of T. K.. 24

pages, reads only, 60

prond o' the. 110

rejoice In a. 644

the man. not his. 405

yet so mean, never. 332
Titles. American love of. 371

are shadows. 107

hlffh though hU. 272

in England. 113

terminate in prescription. 40

the most solid of all. 41
Titled knaye. 44
Tittle-tattle, that abominable. 63
Titns. saying of the Emperor. 490
Toad eating animal, a. 157

or asp. worse than. 224

sqnat like a. 215

ngly and venomous. 286
Toady itself. 17
Toast pass, let the. 333

the standing. 109
Toasts. 463
Tobacco. 25

a branch of drunkenness. 174

deTllish and damned. 48

divine. 48. 345

for thy sake. 187

lines on, 346

(pernicious weed). 97

sublime. 57

that tawny weed. 181

the tomb of love. 115
Tocherless dame sits long at hame. 749
Tocino del Paraiao, 759
To-come, for you the. 191
Tocsin of the soul. 62
Tod. quickly, quickly with Ood. 843
To-day. give me; take to-morrow. 470,
613

in. walks to-morrow. 88

Uve. 611

live in. not for. 820

must borrow of to-morrow, 831

my turn, yours to-morrow, 662

nor cared beyond, 163

when God says. 879

worth two to-morrows. 138. 838
To-days and yesterdays, our, 194
Toe of libertine excess. 98

the light fantastic. 221
Toga, race wearing the, 644
Tooa, cedant arma, 604

verba, 704
Toil and trouble, 310

and trouble, why all this. 400

change of. 233

eheaper than the trodden weed. 68



Toil, end and the reward of, 20

envy, want. 175

feeding on others'. 206

for what untoiling. you obtain. 374

govern those who. 146

he that will not live by. 185

heavier. 152

long pedigree of. 193

many faint with. 329

more through. 269

not, neither do they spin. 425

of, no end to know. 339

profuAe of. 105

robust for, 66

sleep after. 344

that is oft in vain. 235

that some may rest, millions. 384

the. the pains. 80

verse sweetens. 142

what, do I undergo to please you,
461

who livest here by, 374

who seeks with padnful. 344

winding up days with. 2%
Toiling, reloicinfT. sorrowing. 193

upward in the night, 195
Toils, his wants, were all forgot. 272
Tokens, words are but. 8
Told badly, anything may be perverted,
if. 605

I cannot tell who. 299

I tell what I have been. 663

the sexton, they went and. 169

there is no more to be. 577
Toledo, to match my. 207

trusty. 49
Tolerable and not to be endured. 280
Tolerance, cant of. 382
Toleration good for all, 40
Toll for the brave. 101
Telle memor, 52
TolliB ad astra, urhem, 666
Tom Fool to bed. to light. 266

loves me best that calls me. 164

o' Bedlam, like. 306

or Jack, hails you. 101

the second, 124
Tom's a-cold. 306

no more. 63
Tomb, a glorious. 199

asleep within the. 22

awakes from the, 20

carved on the. 165

content to die for such a. 188

cowardice to seek the. 7t4

gates of my. often knocked at. 549

mockery of the, 56

now suffices for him. 686

or else a glorious. 298

superfluous honours of the. 607

the universe a. 26

threefold, 19

upper chamber to a. 410

write upon his. 96
Tombs, hark from the. 387

I'll take a turn among the. 387

of such as cannot die. 102
Tombstone, defacing a, 21
Tommy ain't a bloomin' fool, 186

'ow's yer soul, 186 %

this, an' Tommy that. 186
Tomnoddy, my Lord. 17
To-morrow, and to-morrow. 310

avoid inquiring about. 655

come never, 813



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To-morroir oomefl nerer, 879

defer not till. 81

do thy worst, 126

I five tratt. 552

leaTe. till to-morrow, 816

my spirit wrettlet with, 466

Derer oomet, 474

nerer leaTe that till, 138

nerer pot ofl till, 78. 831

no, when a friend aski, 879

Done can promiee himself, 603

not too late, 4

of yours, when is that, 618

the deTil says, 879

we joamey on the vast sea. 621

we shaU (Ue, 420

we will beUere. 610

who knows if we shall haye, 657

will be better, hope promises that.
610

yesterday's, spent, 671

966 aUo Morrow
To-morrow's sun may neyer rise, 91

wiser than, 244
Tone, and future bland, 271

makes music. 873

of languid nature. 98
Tones, some softened, 23

those prophet, 90
Tonys ana the bones, 282
Tongue, a gentle, 677

an eyil, an eyil mind, 577

an understanding, but no, 312

battles of the, 629

be silent, 577

belieye not each aoousing. 334

best tells his own story, 238

breaketh bone, 864

can no man tame, 436

cannot hold his. 793

death and life in the, 592

dropped manna, 213

ezoellent with his, 677

face glyes. leaye to speak, 9

first yirtue to kepe thy, 77

first yirtue to refrain. 77

first yirtue to restrain the, 703

fiuency of, 95

for a bad« the scissors, 780

glye thy thoughts no, 312

glyen, to the poor and subject man,

grows older, 864

grows sharper with use, 174

has sworn it. the mind is unsworn,

472
held not her. 666
honey, heart of gall, 744
ill, may do muon, 755
inflnite graoiousness of thy. 78
keep thy. and thy friend. 814
kepe wel thy. 77
like a button-stick, 186
long, sign of a short hand. 746
magic of his, 374
man is taken by the. 757
many are the fnends of the golden,

823
music of the, 106
must yen! his, 302
no yenom like that of the, 867
none eyer repented holding his, 833
not of steel, but it cuU, 864
not understanded of the people. 438
of eyery mortal man. 106



Tongue, of inflnite. 296

often outruns the sense. 477

or swords, 230

outyenoms, whose, 307

persuasion on his, 267

put chidns on your. 707

readiness of, in proportion to A
man's absurdity, 700

rolled under the. 160

sae sUd a, 262

sarcastic leyity of, 55

slipperiness of the, 579

stopped his tuneful, 254

stroke of a, 424

talks at head's cost, 864

tame, is a rare bird. 749

that hath a. 277

that moyes. no. 289

the candied. 316

the magic of the. 201

the only uniyersal. 264

the rank, 32

the rattling. 283

to restrain the, 578

to wound. 229

too huge for mortal. 181

trippingly on the. 315

troll the. 218

turn seyen times before talking, 871

turns to the aching tooth, 864

unfaithful. 18 note

whateyer comes to one's. 653

who has a. can go to Rome, 796

who hath a. can find his way. 795

who strikes with his, 799

with a tang, 276

women's chief weapon, 887
Tongues, arts, and arms. 21

enchantiuf , 219

enyious. 301

eyil, 216

eyil. prick more, 868

foolish, talk by the doien. 780

if I had a hundred. 613

of men and of angels. 433

old maids'. 733

rank, 57

ten, and ten mouths, 476

the strife of, 414

whispering, 86
Tonsure, one who has reoelTed the. 853
Too late, a day, 36

late, an age, 217

late, no more. 266

much is a pride. 379

much is not enough. 873

much, no thine, 474

much of one thing good for nothing,
873

much, who does, does little, 873

too will in two, 873
Tool that knayes do work with, 48
Tools, do not play with edged. 770

ill labourer quarrels with his. 755

jesting with edged, 832

only fools lend their working. 378

what is a workman without. 877

work without, 830
Tooth, an aching. 19

for a tooth. 425

for the age s, 290

is not so keen, 287

of cankering eld. 332

of time, 410

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Toothache, feela not the. 308

that oonld endure the. 280
Toothed, quickly, and opiokly go. 843
Toothpick, to onew a. 576
Top. near the, near a fall, 643

now at the, then at the bottom. 781
Topics, fashionable, 149

words dealing with pnblic. 530
Topless towers of Ilium. 205
Topsy, I 'speot I growed. 351

tnrvy. from my, 209
Torches, like a light to others. 448
Tories call me Whig. 250

own no argument but force. 26

stern and unbendinf . 202
Torment, a delicious, 130

oneself, to, in rain, 599

your soul, why, 484
Torments are when young. 238

may in length of time. 213
Tormentor of himself, 470
Torn A^ar* one. another not wanting.

Torrena vBthorum, 563
Torrent of a downward age. 373

should like the. 244

the loud. 145
Torrent's smoothness, 65
TortiZlat, no •« hacen, fin romper

huevoB, 888
Torture, a continued, 208

and time, which shall tire, 63

kept for. 231
Tortures tried, by, 254
Tory, stronger in country, 2

wise, and a wise Whig. 177
Tossed about but not submerged, 634
Tola jactariM in urbe, 534
Total, sum, of all sums total. 689
Totidem verhit, 693
TotioM quotiea, 693
Totters, all that, does not fall. 730
Totum triduum, 550 note
Touch me. better for you not to. 587

me not. 609

not; taste not. 434

of a yanished hand, 363

pot. touch penny, 807

8ut it to the, 227
tie finishing, 534

wounds recoil at a, 687
Touchstone, 680

gold. the. 139

man s true, 137
Touchy, testy, pleasant fellow, 2
Tou^h, ma'am, is J. B.. 114
Touoourt verdriXt 730
Tour, a bitter sarcasm against the

grand, 439 note
Tout paste, tout caate, tout laste, 730
Toyes. the slithy. 119
Tow enough, gie him. and he'll hang
himsel'. 783

gang with the packet. 817

strong shall be as. 419
Tower, be as a. 73

in an iyy-green jacket. 171

iyy-mantled, 151

name of the Lord a strong, 696

of London. 153 note

stood like a. 212

the strongest. 234
Towers along the steep. 66

cloud-capped, 276

decay, 21



Towers, endorsed with, 219

fall with heayier crash, 505

from a hundred, 362

high, heayier fall of, 667

measured by their shadows, 873

ye antique. 152
Towmont gone to wreck. 43
Town awhDe. walked the. 224

buried in smoke. 372

crier had spoke, the. 315

father and husband to the. 699

little, great renown, 727

man made the, 98

poor little one-horse. 82

when he studies it in, 97

you tell the. 126
Towns. Gain the first builder of, 717

remote from, 146

the sink of humanity, 725

to build. 543
Town's talk, you are. 534

true master. 30
Toy, eternity to ffet a, 327

to toy. from. 373
Toys amuse, will. 406

away, cast their, 95

fantastic, 3

not to meddle with my. 349

of age. 246
Trahalha e teraa, 772
Tract behind, no. 302
TracU. the latent. 245

to the untractable. 170

we distribute. 228
Trade, a good name and a. 876

better than seryice, 750

dreadful, 306

eyery man to his, 775

Geatest meliorator. 129
m a golden foundation. 873
long my. to win her, 208
maxim often heard in, 74
must serye his time to eyery. 58
mystery in the meanest, 866
nation neyer ruined by. 138
of mine, 32

should circularly flow. 121
slighted shepherd's, 223
the mother of money. 873
the soul of. 172
tries character. 335
two of a, 141, 875
useful, a mine of gold. 750
yirtue and a, 876
who has a, may go anywhere, 750

Trades, centre of a thousand, 96

Trade's ending, each, 23

Sroud empire, 176
Ition of the elders. 426

wears a snowy beard. 390
Traduce, man that dares, 95

the good easy to. 535
Traducing, the treasure of fools, 670
Traduttorip traditori, 873
Traflicker, dumb, 350
Tragedies, stage for. 327
Tragedy, a perfect. 2

eyery life a. 6

let fforgeous. 221

to those who feel. 381
Trail of the serpent. 230
Trails, they hunt old. 364
Trailing clouds of glory, 402



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Train young men while pliant. 705
Training, importance of early, 487

takes a deal of. 144
Traitor, a rabtle. 297

hate the. 105

hated of all. 154

to be regarded as an enemy. 642

to humanity. 197
Traiton. fears do make ns. 310

hated even by those they benefit,
642
Trance, no nightly. 225

unimaginable, 87
TranquilUty. divine. 363

looking. 91
TranquilluB in undis, 667
Transcendentalism. 865
Transgressing, kept the law by. 226
Transgressors, the way of. 416
Transient, chaste. 408
Transit gloria mundi, 622
Transition, what seems so is. 194
Translated, thou art. 282
Translation, attempt. 108
Translations, some hold, 172
Translators, traitors. 873
Transmitter of a foolish face. 268
Transplant an aged tree. to. 492
Transportation, as from a seven years .

97
Transnbetantiation. qnarrels as to, 714
Trappi4igs and the suits of woe. 311

of a monarchy. 177. 226

these, to the people. 486
Traps, some with. 280
Trash of sleep. 409
Trau\ schau\ abet wemt 874
Travskil. come unto me all that. 438

had my labour for my. 301

long, thought the. 335

long was my, 208

of his soul. 421
Travel, 10

imparts vigour. 702

some minds improve by. 168

with him. if you want to know a
man. 807



young men should, 60
i veiled among unto
far, observed, 403



Travelled among unknown men. 394



here, he travelled there. 396
Traveller, if he chance to stray. 227

much spends the. 828

prudent, never disparages his own
country, 737

wise, and good road, are two
things, 744

without money sings before the
robber. 502
Travellers, Goldsmith on, 149

have leave to lie, 873

must be content, 286

ne'er did lie, 276
Travellers' tales of prodigies. 700
Travelling a fool's paradise. 130

nothing worth. 349

superstition of, 130
Travels best, he, 211

by that shadowy way. 651

far. he that. 799
_ far. who. spares his steed. 728
Tre. Pol. and Pen. 765
Treacherous weapons, beware of. 658
Treachery, double-tongued. 664

framed of. 281



Treachery lurking lies. 195

under the pretence of duty. 618
Treacle, a patent, 72

flv that sips. 141
Tread again the scene. 227

on olassio ground. 2 _^

the thorns while the shoe is on. 884
. where'er we, 52 _,

Treads on it so light, she. 326



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