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Purloin the psalms, 317
Purpose, flighty, 88
Purpose, infirm of, 85
Purpose, one increasing, 333
Purpose, shake my fell, 83
Purposes, airy, 132
Purse, put money in thy, 107
Purse, who steals my, 108
Pursue the triumph, 182
Push on, keep moving, 266
Pyramids doting with age, 354
Pyramids in vales, 209
Pyrrhic dance, 321
Pythagoras, opinion of, 52
QUAFF immortality, 140
Quality, a taste of your, 97
Quarelets of pearls, 124
Quarrel, entrance to, 93
Quarrel just, hath his, 64
Quarrel in a straw, 103
Quarrel is a pretty quarrel, 256
Quarrel, sudden and quick in, 46
Queen Mab, 78
Question, that is the, 98
Questionable shape, 94
Quickly, well it were done, 83
Quiet, rural, 215,
Quietus make with a bare bodkin,
Quills upon the fretful porcupine,

Quintilian stare, 150
Quips and cranks, 148
Quips and sentences, 33
Quiver, the devil hath not in his,

RABELAIS' easy-chair, 193
Race, boast a generous, 173
Race, forget the human, 311
Race is run, I bow to that whose,

Race not to the swift, 9
Race of other days, 341
Race of politicians put together,

Race, rear my dusky, 333
Rachel weeping for her children,

Rack of a too easy chair, 195
Rack of this tough world, 77
Radish, forked, 61
Rage of the vulture, 313
Rage, swell the soul to, 157
Raggedness, windowed, 75
Rags, the man forget not in, 224
Rail on the Lord's anointed, 66
Railed on Lady Fortune, 44
Rain from heaven droppeth, 41


Raine in th' aire, 25
Rainbow, hue unto the, 54
Rainbow to storms of life, 314
Rake among scholars, 249
Rake, woman is at heart a, 184
Ralph to Cynthia howls, 194
Rank is but the guinea's stamp,

Rapt seraph that adores, 178
Rapt soul sitting, 148
Rapture on the lonely shore, 311
Rapture-smitten frame, 288
Rarity of Christian charity, 328
Rascal naked through the world,

Rat, I smell a, 153
Rather than be less, 134
Rattle, pleased with a, 180
Ravelled sleave of care, 85
Raven-down of darkness, 145
Ravens, he that feedeth the, 44
Ravishment, enchanting, 145
Raw in fields, 160
Ray, with prophetic, 314
Razors cried, 253
Razure of oblivion, 32
Reach of art, 185
Read Homer once, 165
Read, mark, learn, 23
Read to doubt, 298
Reading maketh a full man, 353
Reading what they never wrote,

Ready writer, 5
Rebellion to tyrants, 379
Real Simon Pure, 213
Realm, youth of the, 64
Reap as you sow, 155
Reason, a woman's, 27
Reason for my rhyme, 25
Reason, godlike, 103
Reason is staggered, 365
Reason, how noble in, 97
Reason, noble and most sovereign,

Reason on compulsion, 57
Reason prisoner, takes the, 82
Reason stands aghast, 366
Reason the card, 179
Reason, the feast of, 192
Reason, the worse appear the bet-

ter, 135
Reason with pleasure mixed, 237
Reasons are as two grains of wheat,

Reason's whole pleasure, 180
Reasons why we smile, 347
Rebels from principle, 364
Rebuke, open, 8
Reckoning, so comes a, 201

in hell, 134

Recks not his own rede, 93
Recorded time, 90
Recording angel, 363
Red spirits and gray, 87
Rede, may you better reck the, 261
Reed, not break the bruised, II
Reel to and fro, 6
Reform it altogether, 100
Regent of love-rhymes, 38
Regions change their site, 154
Relic of departed worth, 308
Religion blushing, 196
Religion, humanities of, 285
Remainder biscuit, 45
Remedies lie in ourselves, 50
Remedy, things without, 86
Remember Lot's wife, 17
Remember such things were, 88
Remember thy Creator, 9
Remembered kisses, 334
Remnant of uneasy light, 275
Remorse, farewell, 138
Remote from man, 200
Remote, unfriended, 233
Render to all their dues, 19
Repentance rears her snaky crest,

Report me right, 105
Reputation dies, 189
Reputation in the cannon's mouth,

Resignation slopes the way, 235
Resolution, native hue of, 99
Resolved to ruin, 158
Respect upon the world, 39
Rest her soul, she's dead, 104
Restive sloth, 74
Retired leisure, 148
Retirement, rural quiet, 215
Retirement urges sweet return, 142
Retort courteous, 48
Revelry by night, 308
Revelry, midnight shout and, 144
Revenge is virtue, 211
Reverence, none so poor to, 72
Revolts from true birth, 79
Rhyme nor reason, 47, 389
Rhyming peer, 190
Rialto, in the, 40
Rialto, under the, 315
Riband in the cap of youth, 104
Ribs of death, 146
Rich and rare, 300
Rich and strange, 26
Rich gifts wax poor, 99
Rich man enter the kingdom, 15
Rich men rule the law, 234
Rich, not gaudy, 93
Rich soils to be weeded, 353
Rich with the spoils of time, 228


Riches, neither poverty nor, 8
Riches of Heaven's pavement, 133
Riddle of the world, 179
Rides in the whirlwind, 171
Rigdom Funnidos, 204
Rigged with curses dark, 147
Right divine of kings, 194
Right, his can't be wrong whose

life is in the, 180
Right, I see and approve the, 387
Righteous forsaken, 5
Righteous overmuch, 9
Righteousness and peace, 5
Righteousness exalteth a nation,

Ringing grooves of change, 333
Rings, all Europe, 150
Ripe and ripe, 45
Ripe scholar, 69
Ripest fruit first falls, 55
River glideth at his own sweet will,

River of his thoughts, 316
Rivets, hammers closing, 63
Rivulet of text, 257
Road, a rough, a weary, 261
Roam, where'er I, 233
Roar gently as any

Robbed, he that is, 110
Robbed that smiles, 107.
Robbing Peter he paid'Paul, 350
Robes and furred gowns, 76
Robes loosely flowing, 118
Rock aërial, 277
Rock from its firm base, 296
Rock the cradle of reposing age,

Rocket, rose like a, 367
Rocks, caves, lakes, 137
Rod and thy staff, 5
Rod of empire, 228
Rod of iron, 22
Rod reversed, 146
Rod, spare the, 154
Roderick, a friend to, 296
Rogue, every inch not fool is, 159
Roll darkling down, 219
Roll of common men, 58
Roll on, thou ocean, 311
Rolls of Noah's ark, 158
Roman fame, above all, 192
Roman holiday, 310
Roman senate long debate, 170
Roman, than such a, 73
Romans call it stoicism, 170
Romans, countrymen, and lovers,

Romans, last of all the, 73

Roman, noblest, 73
Rome falls, falls the world, 310
Rome, more than the Pope of, 153
Rome, palmy state of, 91
Rome, when at, do as Romans do,

Romeo, wherefore art thou, 78
Ronne, to waite, to ride, to, 25
Roof fretted with golden fire, 97
Room, ample, and verge enough,

Room, who sweeps a, 122
Root of all evil, 21
Root of the matter, 4
Root that takes the reason, 82
Root, the axe is laid to the, 16
Rose, blossom as the, II
Rose by any other name, 78
Rose distilled, happy is the, 35
Rose in aromatic pain, 177
Rose is fairest, 296
Rosebuds, gather ye, 124
Roses from your cheek, 223
Roses in December, 317
Roses, the scent of the, 301
Rosemary for remembrance, 104
Ross, the man of, 185
Rot and rot, 45
Rotten in Denmark, 94
Rough as nutmeg-graters, 214
Rough-hew them how we will, 105
Round unvarnished tale, 106
Roundabout, this great, 252
Rout on rout, 137
Rowland for an Oliver, 379
Rub, ay, there's the, 98
Rubies, where grew the, 123
Rubies, wisdom priced above, 4
Ruddy drops, dear as, 227
Rude am I in my speech, 106
Rude forefathers of the hamlet, 228
Rude militia, 160
Ruffles when wanting a shirt, 239.
Ruin lovely in death, 208
Ruin, majestic though in, 136
Ruin or to rule the state, 158
Ruin upon ruin, 137
Ruin's ploughshare, 210
Rule, absolute, 138
Rule Britannia, 217
Rule them with a rod of iron, 22
Rule, the good old, 270
Rules him, never shows she, 184
Ruling passion conquers reason,

Ruling passion strong in death, 183
Rumination, often, 47
Run a muck, 192
Run that readeth, he may, 12
Rural quiet, 215

Rural sights, 243
Russia, a night in, 30
Rustic moralist, 229
Rustling in unpaid-for silk, 74
SABBATH, who ordained the, 344
Sack, intolerable deal of, 57
Sack, leave, 60
Sacrifice, turn delight into a, 122
Sad by fits, 231
Sad stories of the death of kings,

Sad vicissitudes of things, 167
Sadder and a wiser man, 282
Safety, pluck this flower, 57
Sage he stood, 136
Sage, he thought as a, 242
Sage's pride, 193
Sail, set every threadbare, 344
Sailing on obscene wings, 283
Saint in crape and lawn, 183
Saint sustained it, 198
Saint, 't would provoke a, 183
St. John mingles with my bowl,

Saints, his soul is with the, 284
Sally in our alley, 204
Salt of the earth, 13
Salvation, no relish of, 102
Samphire gatherers, 76
Samson, the Philistines be upon

thee, 2
Sang, it may turn out a, 260
Sans teeth, sans eyes, 46
Sapphire blaze, 226
Sappho loved and sung, 320
Sapping a solemn creed, 303
Satan exalted sat, 134
Satan finds some mischief, 212
Satan, get thee behind me, 15
Satan, so call him now, 140
Satanic school, 281
Satire in disguise, 387
Satire or sense, 191
Satire's my weapon, 192
Saucy doubts, 86
Sauntered Europe round, 195
Savage wild in woods, 160
Savage woman, 333,
Saviour's birth is celebrated, 91
Saw the air too much, 99
Scandal about Queen Elizabeth,

Scarfs, garters, gold, 180
Scars, he jests at, 78
Scent of the roses, 301
Scent the morning air, 95
Sceptre, a barren, in my gripe, 86
Schemes o' mice, best laid, 260
Scholar, a ripe and good one, 69


Scholar among rakes, 249
Scholar and a gentleman, 261
Schoolboys at warning, 261
Schoolmaster abroad, 371
Science, falsely so called, 21
Science frowned not on his birth,

Science, glare of false, 242
Science, O star-eyed, 288
Scio's rocky isle, 314
Scoff, came to, 236

pen, 277
Score and tally, 64
Scorn delights, 147
Scorn, fixed figure for the time of,
Scorn, he will laugh thee to, 13
Scorn, laughed his word to, 248
Scorn looks beautiful, 52
Scotched the snake, 86
Scourge inexorable, 135
Scraps of learning dote, 210
Scraps, stolenthe, 39
Screw your courage, 84
Scripture, the devil can cite, 40
Scylla, your father, 41
S'death, I'll print it, 190
Sea, alone, alone, on a wide, 282
Sea, first gem of the, 302
Sea, into that silent, 282
Sea, light that never was on, 276
Sea, like ships that have gone down

at, 299
Sea, mysterious union with the,

Sea of pines, 284
Sea of troubles, 98
Sea of upturned faces, 297
Sea, swelling of the voiceful, 286
Sea, sunk in the flat, 145
Sea, the dark blue, 314
Sea, the open, 330
Sea-change, suffer a, 26
Sea-maid's music, 36
Seals of love, 32
Search of deep philosophy, 128
Sea's a thief, 81
Seas incarnadine, 85
Season, to everything a, 8
Seasoned timber, 122
Seasons and their change, 139
Seasons return with the year, 138
Seat, ascend to our native, 135
Seated hearts, 82
Sect, slave to no, 182
Second childishness, 46
Secret of a weed's plain heart, 345
Secret things belong unto the Lord,
Secrets of my prison house, 94

Sedge, kiss to every, 27
See her was to love her, 263
See my lips tremble, 196
See oursels as others see us, 260
See the conquering hero, 166
See through a glass darkly, 20
See two dull lines, 211
Seed begging bread, 5
Seeds of time, 81
Seek and ye shall find, 14
Seems, madam, I know not, 91
Sees God in clouds, 177
Sees with half-shut eyes, 189
Seigniors, grave and reverend, 106
Seldom he smiles, 70
Seldom shall she hear a tale, 224
Self-slaughter, canon 'gainst, or
Sempronius, we'll do more, 169
Senators of mighty woods, 325
Sensations felt

in the blood, 272
Sense, fruit of, 186
Sense, one for, 154
Sense, want of decency is want of,

Senses, steep in forgetfulness, 61
Sentence, he mouths a, 242
Sentiment, pluck the eyes of, 344
Sentinels fixed, 62
Sepulchres, whited, 16
Sermon, perhaps turn out a, 260
Sermon, who flies a, 122
Sermons in stones, 44.
Serpent sting thee twice, 41
Serpent, trail of the, 298
Serpents, be ye wise as, 14
Servant can make drudgery divine,
Service, done the state some, 111
Service sweet for duty, 44
Servile to skyey influences, 31
Servitude, base laws of, 160
Set free imprisoned wranglers, 246
Set terms, 44
Set thine house in order, II
Settle's numbers, lived in, 194
Seven hours to law, 255
Severn, Avon to the, 279
Sex to the last, 160
Shade, a more welcome, 199
Shade, ah, pleasing, 225
Shade, boundless contiguity of, 244
Shade, half in, 303
Shade, hunter, and the deer, a, 289
Shade of that which once was great,

Shade, sitting in a pleasant, 116
Shade softening into shade, 216
Shadow, double, swan and, 270
Shadow, life's but a walking, 90
Shadow proves the substance, 187



Shadows, beckoning, 144
Shadows, best in this kind, 37
Shadows, come like, 88
Shadows of coming events, 290
Shadows, our fatal, 119
Shadows we pursue, 365.
Shadwell never deviates into sense,

Shaft at random sent, 297
Shaft that made him die, 129
Shake hands with a king, 340
Shake my fell purpose, 83
Shake thy gory locks, 86
Shaken when taken, 264
Shakspere, fancy's child, 149
Shakspere rise, 118
Shakspere's magic, 160
Shakspere's name, rival, 288
Shall Î, wasting in despair, 120
Shame, an erring sister's, 312
Shame, blush of maiden, 338
Shame the fools, 190
Shames, thousand innocent, 34
Shape execrable, 137
Shape, if it might be called, 137
Shape, such a questionable, 94
Shape but that, take any, 87
Shapes and beckoning shadows,

Sharper than a serpent's tooth, 75
Shatter the vase, 301
She drew an angel down, 157
She is to blame, 202
She never told her love, 51
She walks in beauty, 318
She was a form of life, 313
She who ne'er answers, 184
Shears abhorred, 147
Sheeted dead, 91
She's beautiful and to be wooed,

Shell, convolution of a, 278
Shell, music slumbers in the, 331
Shepherd, any philosophy in thee,

Shepherd tells his tale, 149
Sheridan, broke the die in mould-

ing, 317.
Shew, under saintly, 138
Shikspur, who wrote it, 265
Ship, idle as a painted, 282
Ship of state, 343
Ship, that ever scuttled, 320
Ships are but boards, 40
Ships dim-discovered, 215
Ships that have gone down at sea,

Ships that sailed for sunny isles,

Shirt and a half in my company, 59

Shirt, sending ruffles when wanting

a, 239
Shock, sink beneath the, 313
Shocks that flesh is heir to, 98
Shoe has power to wound, 223
Shoe pinches, 376
Shoot, to teach the young idea how

to, 215
Shore, duli, tame, 330
Shore, rapture on lonely, 311
Shore, wild and willowed, 292
Short measures perfect life, 118
Shot heard round the world, 339
Shot my arrow o'er the house, 105
Shot, perilous, 63
Should auld acquaintance, 262
Shouldered his crutch, 235
Shout tore hell's concave, 133
Show his eyes, 88
Show, a driveller and a, 219
Show, which passeth, 91
Show, world is all a fleeting, 304
Showed how fields were won, 235
Shreds and patches, 102
Shrewsbury clock, fought by, 60
Shrine of the mighty, 312
Shrines to no code, 340
Shuffled off this mortal coil, 98
Shunn'st the noise of folly, 148
Shut, shut the door, 189
Shut the gates of mercy, 229
Sicklied o'er with pale cast of

thought, 99
Sides of my intent, 83
Sidney, warbler of poetic prose,

Siege to scorn, 89
Sigh, humorous, 38
Sigh no more, ladies. 33
Sigh, passing tribute of a, 229
Sigh, yet feel no pain, 303
Sighed and looked again, 157
Sighed and looked unutterable

things, 216
Sighed to think I read a book, 276
Sighing like furnace, 46
Sight to see, a goodly, 307
Sight, loved not at first, 114
Sight of vernal bloom, 138
Sight, out of mind, out of, 116
Sign, dies and makes no, 64
Silence, come, then, expressive, 216
Silence in love bewrays more woe,

Silence, herald of joy, 33
Silence that dreadful bell, 108
Silence, the wings of, 145
Silence, ye wolves, 194
Silent cataracts, 284
Silent fingers point to heaven, 278

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