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Woe, Sume degree of, 195

succeeds woe, 196

Teach me to feel another's, 114
Woeful ballad, With a, 164
Woes, Exempt from, 196

For other's, 196
Solitary, 196
Wolf from the door, The, 196

Never trouble the, 196

on the fold, Like the, 9 Wolfish den, A, 196 Woman, A, 196

A cunning, 196
A perfect, 198
An excellent thing in, 184
Any other, 198
appears, When a, 197
Believe a, 47
Done by, 199
either, Nor, 108
Hand upon a, 198
He cannot a, 174
- How divine a thing a, 198

in love, A, 198
in our hours of ease, 197
in this humour, 201
is at heart, Every, 197
is the lesser man, 199
lovely woman, 197
moved, A, 196
oweth to her husband, 43
rules us still, 197
scorned, A, 197
She's a

200
- smiled, Till, 198

that deliberates, 198 that seduces, 'Tis, 198 Thy name is, 197 Trust not a, 199

Voice of a good, 197 · What is, 196

What will not, 199 - When lovely, 199 - whose form, 197 - will or won't, 199

Without a, 199 Woman's at best, 199 · breast, Feeble, 101

eyes, In, 198 - looks, 197 - noblest station, 197 - only virtue, 198 - plighted faith, 199 reason, A, 145 - whole existence, 101 — will, A, 200 Women, A bevy of fair, 14

and brave men, Fair, 148

Women, As for the, 200

Especially to, 148
have no characters, 200
like princes, 200
must weep, 200
pardoned, The, 200

Passing the love of, 101
Stormy, 200
Two, 200

Words are, 204
Women's weapons, 200
Won, A battle, 11

Baffled oft is ever, 60
fair lady, Ne'er, 50
In this humour, 201
So fairly, 201
To be, 200
Wonder grew, The, 201

how the devil, 149
made religion, 201
Nine days', 201
of our stage, 157
Wonderful is death, 35

Their unanimity is, 4 Wonderful, 201 Wonderfully made, Feart illy and,

104 Wonders, The magic, 201

to perform, His, 201
Won't, Will or, 199
Woo the angel virtue, 147

When they, 201
Wood, Impulse from a vernal, 49

- Land of shaggy, 21
Wooden wall, The, 201
Woodman, Forth goes the, 201

spare that tree, 201 Woodnotes, His native, 158 Woods, Senators of mighty, 129 Wooed, In this humour, 201

Therefore to be, 200 Woof, Weave the, 188 Word, A choleric, 15 - and a blow, A, 202 at random spoken, A, 157 But one, 202 - for word, 203

had breadth, The, 30 - He was the, 202

is as good, Your, 202 Life's last, 34 no man relies on, Whose, 86 - Not a, 202

of promise, Keep the, 41 Suit the action to the, 2 - Teaching me that, 202 - That fatal, 53

Alone,” That worn-out, 5

are ...

206

Worl, The bitter, 54

The ghost's, 202
Words, An exchequer of, 203

counters, 202
are grown, 203
- are like leaves, 203
— are men's daughters, 204
- are the daughters, 203

are things, 202
are wind, 202
as fashions, In, 203
beget anger, 204
carne first, 202
can paint, No, 203
Deeds not, 36
fly up, My, 203
Give sorrow, 68, 161
Good, 202
Household, 203
Immodest, 203
move slow, The, 209
My empty, 203
Oaths are but, 129
of learned length, 7
of Marmion, The last, 23
of Mercury, The, 203
of tongue, Sad, 202
- once spoke, 203
Report thy, 202
Soft, 161
that burn, 53
though ne'er so witty, 102
Wiredrawing his, 192
words, 204
Work, At his dirty, 38

First invented, 204
goes bravely on, 204
Men must, 200
of God, The noblest, 107
Tibet, 204

work, work, 204
Worked and sung from morn, 116
Working-day world, This, 205
Works all her folly up, 113

· Authors steal their, 9
- These are thy glorious, 133

- Thy glorious, 204 World, A better, 206 A busy talking, 206

a fleeting show, 206 A mad, 204 away, So runs the, 207 Bestıide the narrow, 28 Books.

are a substantial, 16 but as a huge inn, 205

Come the three corners of the, :16 - dissolves, When all the, 73 - enjoy, The, 206

World falls, When Rome falls the

150
- Glory doth this, 205
has nothing to bestow, 71
I hold the, 205
In a naughty, 36
- In the ring of the, 45
In this vicious, 181
in thy ever busy mart, 207
in vain had tried, The, 40
- Inhabit this bleak, 73

is too much with us, 206
knows nothing, The, 113
Let the great, 205
like this, Fear not a, 56
Man is one, 109
New, 126

Not loved the, 205
Now a, 64

O what a, 205
Peep at such

a, 206
slide, Let the, 188
Such stuff the, 206
- surely is wide enough, 37

Syllables govern the, 168
Ten to the, 78
The new,
The pendant, 38
The rack of this tough, 63
The uses of this, 58
This bad, 205
- To know the, 206
Το
peep

at such a, 148
To spite the, 205
too wide, A, 165
Trust this, 205
unknown, 204
was all before them, 206
was made for Cæsar, This, 81
was not worthy, The, 206
was sad, The, 198
What is the, 206
What is this, 207
What would the, 25
Working-day, 205
World's a stage, All the, 164
- a theatre, The, 165

at an end, 206
mine oyster, The, 207

altar-stairs, The, 165
- noise, This, 205

open view, To the, 113 Worldly, Be wisely, 207

- life, Most loathed, 36
Worm dieth not, 207

Fish with
i' the bud, Like a, 101
is your only emperor, 207

a, 207

Worm, Sets upon a, 62

the canker, The, 34 - The smallest, 207

The spirit of the, 207 Worms, Let's talk of, 67

of Nile, All the, 159 Worse a place, No, 208

appear the better reason, 51
confounded, Confusion, 28
Doth make the fault the, 55
From bad to, 207

Often times a great deal, 48 - remains behind, 31

than the dark, 25
than the disease, 147
Worship God, Freedom to, 60

of the world, 87
Stated calls to, 26

This hour they, 207
Worshipper, Nature mourns her, 138
Worst, Do thy, 174

Doubt the, 13 Matters at, 208 speak something good, The, 134 Worth makes the man, 208 - no worse a place, 208

Slow rises, 208
Than 'twas, 208
two of that, 175
What is, 208
· What it's, 208
Worthier, Would it were, 209
Worthy peer, A, 166

World was not, 206
Would, Wait upon I, 33
Wound, That never felt a, 154

The private, 208
Willing to, 208

with a touch, 153
Wounds are mortal, When, 208

Faithful are the, 61
Wracks, A thousand fearful, 42
Wrang, Gang a kennin', 23
Wranglers, The imprisoned, 208
Wrapt him in religion, 147
Wrath, Infinite, 74

- Nursing her, 32 Wreath, A rosy, 208 Wreaths of victory, 181

that endure, 51

With victorious, 39 Wreck behind, Leave not

a,

148 of matter, The, 81

The battle's, 18 Wretch condemned with life to part

77 - Is a 198 - to wer, Leaves the, 62

Wretched are the wise, 80

- have no friends, 208 - men, Most, 210

The only, 193
Wretches hang, 85
Wrinkle, Time writes no, 130
Wrinkled front, Smoothed his, 39

skin and grey hairs, 23 Wrinkles wont flatter, 208 Writ in water, Name, 187

- What is, 209
- your annals true,
Write and read, He can, 209

and read, To, 110
at all, One does not, 209
comes by nature, To, 209
I lived to, 209
me down an ass, 9
our benefits, 210

Shame to, 209
— so fast, Who can, 209

with ease, Yon, 209 Writer, Pen of a ready, -35 Writers, Tell prose, 11 Writing an exact man, i 45 - Easy, 209 Manner of, 209 One omits, 209 - True ease in, 209 – well, 209 Written out of reputation, 147

- Something so, 210 Wrong, A place of, 142

Always in the, 106
He can't be, 94
Right or, 29
sow by the ear, 162
The multitude always in the, 120

Who have done the, 59
Wrote to live, And, 209

What they never, 145 Wroth with one we love, 61 Wrought by want of thought, 48 - in a sad sincerity, 166 - Too finely, 18 with human hands, 30

To

govern, 149

Y

Yankee, 210
Yarn, Of a mingled, 94
Yawn, Thy everlasting, 80
Ye mariners of England, 111
Year, Ruler of the inverted, 192

The old, 210
He that dies this, 38

Year, To rule the varied, 192

to year, From, 55
Years, Ah ! happy, 18
- following years, 211
Moments make the, 175
Of many, 211
of peace, 14
steal fire, 211
The man of, 192

The vale of, 211
Yellow, All looks, 211

As all looks, 49
Bright and, 65
- Jack, 211
- leaf, Days in the, 34
- leaf, The, 155

Primrose, A, 141 Yesterday come back, 211 - Families of, 52

The word of Cæsar, 20 Yesterdays have lighted fools, 174 Yore, We have been glad of, 63 Yorick, Poor, 211 York, By this sun of, 39 You and me, Like, 40

have displaced the mirth, 39

write with ease, 209 Young barbarians, 11

chickens, Like, 31
Die, 211
England, 211, 212
fellows, 211
idea, Teach the, 212
Ireland, 212

Young men, 211

So, 193
Younger, Made youth, 212
Youth, Crabbed age and, 3
- delight, Gives his, 24

Had been friends in, 61
-Home-keeping, 213
it sheltered, In, 201
- In the lexicon of, 50
- is vain, 61
- May-morn of his, 213
- of frolics, 212
of nations, 213
on the prow, 119
ornament to (bashfulness), 11
-Splendour to, 23
The aspiring, 52
The fiery vehemence of, 1841

The rose of, 212 - Thoughtless, 212 to fortune.

unknown, 212 younger, Made, 212 Youthful poets dream, As, 158

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man, 212

- man married, A, 111

man's fancy, In the spring a, 111

END OF ANALYTICAL INDEL

AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF

POPULAR QUOTATIONS AND FAMILIAR PHRASES

FROM THE

LATIN, FRENCH, AND OTHER LANGUAGES,

With their Signification and Translation into English.

[Abbreviations :-(Lat.) Latin–(Fr.) French—(It.) Italian-(Gr.) Greek.]

A.

A bas (Fr.), down; down with.
Ab extra (Lat.), from without.
Ab initio (Lat.), from the beginning.
Ab intra (Lat.), from within.
Ab origine (Lat.), from the beginning.
Ab ovo (Lat.), from the egg; from the beginning.
Absente reo (Lat.), the person accused being absent.
Ab urbe condita (Lat.), from the founding of the city-i.log

Rome.
À

compte (Fr.), on account; in part payment. Ad aperturam (Lat.), at the opening; as the book opens. Ad captandum vulgus (Lat.), to catch the rabble. Ad eundem (Lat.), to the same degree-gradum being un

derstood. Ad extremum (Lat.), to the extreme. Ad finem (Lat.), to the end. Ad Græcas Calendas (Lat.), at the Greek Calends; never,

as the Greeks had no Calends. Ad infinitum (Lat.), to infinity.

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