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Women, pleasing punishment of, | Word at random spoken, .450.
25.

choleric, in the captain, 23.
these tell-tale, 70.

every whispered, 481.
weak, went astray, 242.

fitly spoken, 556.
wish to be who love their for teaching me that, 38.
lords, 341.

He was the, 143-
words are, 320.

no man relies on, 234.
Women's eyes are books, 31.

of Cæsar, 86.
weapons water-drops, 120.

of promise to our ear, 99.
Won, grace that, 187.

once familiar, 502.
how fields were, 345.

reputation dies at every, 284
unsought, 188.

so idly spoken, 505.
woman therefore to be, 65. spoken in due season, 554.
Wonder grew, still the, 346.

suit the action to the, 112.
how the devil they got there, that must be, 476.
286.

to aid the sigh, 414.
of an hour, 469.

to the action, 112.
of our stage, 145.

to throw at a dog, 39.
on the white, of dear Juliet's torture one poor, 225.
hand, 80

vncreating, 293.
where you stole 'em, 245.

whose lightest, 106.
without our special, 95.

with this learned Theban, 121.
Wonderful is death, 493.

Wordes, finden, newe, 3.
most wonderful, 42.

Words all ears took captive, 45.
Wondering for his bread, 363. apt and gracious, 30.
Wonders to perform, 369.

are like leaves, 281.
Wondrous kind, 338.

are men's daughters, 320.
pitiful, 124.

are thedaughters of earth, 320.
sweet and fair, 168.

are things, 488.
Won't, if she, 260.

are wise men's counters, 151,
Wonted fires, in our, 334.

are women, 320.
Woo, April when they, 43.

as in fashions, 281.
her, and that would, 125.

be few, let thy, 558.
Woo'd, therefore to be, 65.

deceiving in, 204.
Wood, deep and gloomy, 406.

familiar as household, 64.
impulse from a vernal, 417.

fine, 245,
to find them in the, 514.

flows in fit, 223,
Wood-bine well-attired, 200.

from all her, and actions, 188.
Woodcocks, springes to catch, 104. give sorrow, 97.
Woodman spare that tree, 512.

immodest, 232.
Wood-notes, native, 202.

move slow, 282.
Wood-pigeons breed, 327,

no, can paint, 379.
Woods against a stormy sky, 497. no, suffice, 480.
and pastures new, 200.

of his mouth, 548.
in the pathless, 475.

of learned length, 346.
or steepy mountains, 15.

of the wise, 560.
senators of mighty, 498.

of tongue or pen, 525.
stoic of the, 442.

of truth and soberness, 572.
whispered it to the, 188.

report thy, 194.
wild in, 228.

so nimble, 148.
Wooed, would be, 188.

that Bacon spoke, 290.
therefore to be, 65.

that burn, 330.
Wooer, thriving, 248.

that weep, 330.
Woof, weave the, 331.

thou hast spoken, .495.
Wooing in my boys, 599.

though ne'er so witty, 13.
the caress, 495.

two narrow, hic jacet, 13.
Wool, all cry and no, 214.

without knowledge, 545.
Word and a blow, 230, 613.

'words, words, 108.
and measured phrase, 405.

worst of thoughts the worst
as fail, no such, 505.

of, 127.

Wore a wreath of roses, 502.
Work, at his dirty, again, 286.

for man to mend, 224.
goes bravely on, 248.
nor device, 559.
of faith, 575:
of polished idleness, 395.
of their own hearts, 494.
to sport as tedious as to, 54.
together for good, 572.
under our labour grows, 189.

who first invented, 429.
Workes of Nature, 11.
Working out a pure intent, 413.

out salvation, 218.
Working day world, 39.
Works, son of his own, 8.

these are thy glorious, 185.
World an idler too, 362.

and its dread laugh, 309.
and woridlings base, 62.
another and a better, 396.
around, heard the, 204.
balance of the old, 398.
banish all tine, 56.
bestride the narrow, 82.
brought death into the, 170.
but two nations bear, 219.
calls idle, whom the, 362.
can give, joy the, 483.
cankers of a calm, 58.
cast out of the, 13.
children of this, 570.
contagion to this, 114.
creation's heir the, 342.
daffed the, 53.
dreams books are each a, 418.
falls, when Rome falls, 475.
fashion of this, 574.
fever of the, 406.
foolery governs the, 152.
foremost man of all this, 86.
forgetting by the world for-

got, 293
good deed in a naughty, 38.
governed by little wisdom,

152.
grew pale, 317.
had wanted an idle song, 285.
has nothing to bestow, 315.
him who bore the, 414.
his honours to the, 73.
how wags the, 40.
I hold the, but as the world,

34.
I have not loved the, 473.
if all the, were young, 13.
in love with night, 79.
in the universal, 65.
into this breathing, 68.

World is a stage, 41.

is a theatre, 164.
is all a fleeting show, 458.
is given to lying, 59.
is mine oyster, 21.
is too much with us, 410.
is surely wide enough for thee

and me, 326.
its veterans rewards, 278.
knows nothing of its greatest

men, 515
light of the, 566.
man is one, 156.
must be peopled, 26.
naked for all the, 61.
naked through the, 130.
ne'er saw, 235
not in the wide, 454.
of death, back to a, 431.
of happy days, 69.
of sighs, for my pains a, 124.
of vile ill-favoured faults, 21.
of waters, 179.
pendent, 24.
pomp and glory of this, 72.
peace to be found in the, 458.
rack of this tough, 122.
riddle of the, 272.
round the habitable, 228.
say to all the, 87.
service of the antique, 40.
shot beard round the, 527.
sink, let the, 155.
slide, let the, 140, 607.
slumbering, 261.
so fair, 438.
start of the majestic, 82.
statue that enchants the, 309.
steal from the, 295.
stood against the, 86.
substantial, 418.
syllables govern the, 152.
syrups of the, 128.
that nourish all the, 31.
the flesh and the devil, 579.
the whole, kin, 74.
this bleak, alone, 455.
this great, 123.
this little, 52.
three corners of the, 51.
thus runs the, away, 114.
to darkness, leaves the, 332.
too glad and free, 509.
too much respect upon the, 34.
too noble for the, 75.
too wide, 41.
unintelligible, 406.
uses of this, 101.
visitations daze the, 515.
was all before them, 191.

World was guilty of a ballad, 29.

was not worthy, 576.
was sad, 439.
when all the, dissolves, 15.
witch the, 58.
with all its motley rout, 370.
without a sun, 439.
working-day, 39.
worship of the, 493.

worth the winning, 221.
World's altar-stairs, 523.

tired denizen, 469.
Wordlings do, testament as, 39.
Worldly ends, neglecting, 17.

goods, with all my, 579.

Worth, stones of, 135.

the candle, 156.

this coil, 49.
Worthy of his hire, 570.

of their steel, 449.
of your love, 418.

world was not, 576.
Wot not what they are, 29.
Would I were dead now, 508.

it were bed-time, 59.
not live alway, 544.

that I were low laid, 49.
Wouldst not play false, 89.

wrongly win, 89.
Wound, earth felt the, 189.

wise, be not, 154:
Worlds, allured to brighter, 345.

crush of, 251.
exhausted, 318.
not realized, 422.
should conquer twenty, 165.

so many, 523.
Worm, bit with an envious, 76.

darkness and the, 264.
dieth not, 570.
in the bud, 47.
sets foot upon a, 365.
that hath eat of a king, 116.
the canker and the grief, 485.

the smallest, will turn, 67.
Worms have eaten men, 43.

of Nile, 133.
Worn out with eating time, 229.
Worn-out word, alone, 505.
Worse appear the better, 174.

change for, 140.
for wear, not much the, 368.
greater feeling to the, 52.
remains behind, 116.
than a crime, 394.

truth put to the, 208.
Worship God he says, 390.

of the great of old, 484.
of the world, 493.
to the garish sun, 79.

too fair to, 499.
Worst of slaves, 338.

of thoughts, 127.
of words, 127

speak something good, 155.
Worst-natured muse, 234.
Worth a thousand men, 449.

by poverty depressed, 318.
celestial, 268.
conscience of her, 188.
in anything, what is, 216.
makes the man, 274.
prize not to the, 27.
sad relic of departed, 469.
slow rises, 318.

grief of a, 59.
stain like a, 353.
that never felt a, 77.
tongue in every, 86.

with a touch, 303.
Wounded in the house of my

friends, 565.

spirit who can bear, 554.
Wounds of a friend, 556.

wept o'er his, 345.
Wrack, blow wind come, 99.
Wracks, a thousand fearful, 69.
Wraps the drapery of his couch

about him, 513.
the present hour, 337.

their clay, 339
Wrath, infinite, 181.

nursing her, 385.
sun go down upon your, 575.

turneth away, 553.
Wreath of roses, she wore a, 502.
Wreathed smiles, 201.
Wreaths, brows bound with vic-

torious, 68.

that endure, 410.
Wrecks of matter, 251.
Wrens make prey, 283.
Wretch condemned, 349.

excellent, 127
hollow-eyed, 25.

tremble thou, 120.
Wretched are the wise, 243, 329.
Wretches hang that jurymen may

dine, 284.
poor naked, 120.
Wring under the load of sorrow,

28.
your heart, 115.
Wrinkle, time writes no, 476.
Wrinkled Care derides, 201.
Writ by God's own hand, 266.

proofs of holy, 128.
stolen out of holy, 69.
what is, is writ, 476.
your annals true, 75.

Write about it, goddess, 292. Years steal fire from the mind,
and read comes by nature, 27.

470.
as funny as I can, 536.

thought of our past, 421.
in rhyme, 215.

thousand, scarce serve, 470.
me down an ass, 28.

vale of, declined into the, 128.
pen devise wit, 29.

we spend our, as a tale, 549.
the vision and make it plain, Yellow melancholy, 47.
565.

plain, nodding o'er the, 309.
well hereafter, hope to, 207. primrose was to him, 409.
with a goose pen, 47.

to the jaundiced eye, 283.
with ease, 384.

Yesterday, families of, 240.
Writer, pen of a ready, 548.

when it is past, 549.
Writers against religion, 351. Yesterdays, cheerful, 425.
Writing an exact man, 136.

have lighted fools, 98.
easy, 's curst hard reading, Yielded, by her, 182.
384.

with coy submission, 182.
true ease in, 282.

Yoke, part of Flanders hath re-
Written out of reputation, 240.

ceived our, 168.
to after times, 206.

Yorick, alas poor, 118.
wise above that which is, 573. York, this sun of, 68.
Wrong, always in the, 223, 232.

You beat your pate, 297.
both in the, 301.

meaner beauties, 141.
condemn the, 585.

Young and now am old, 547.
dally with, 432.

and so fair, 506.
forever on the throne, 539. as beautiful, 263.
his life can't be, 273.

desire, nurse of, 357.
sow by the ear, 612.

Fancy's rays, 388.
these holy men, 467.

fellows will be young, 358.
they ne'er pardon who have idea how to shoot, 308.
done the, 228.

if ladies be but, 40.
treasures up a, 485.

men think old men fools, 602.
Wronged orphans' tears, 146.

men's vision, 222.
Wrongs of night, 154.

must torture, 245.
unredressed, 423.

Obadias, 600.
Wroth with one we love, 432.

so wise so, 69.
Wrought and afterwards he to be, was very heaven, 425.
taught, 2.

when my bosom was, 442.
in a sad sincerity, 527.

Youth, a happy, 418.
Wry-necked fife, 36.

did dress themselves, 6r.

friends in, 431.
Xerxes did die, 6oo.

home-keeping, 19.
in
my

hot, 487.
Yarn, is of a mingled, 45.

is vain, 431.
Yawn, everlasting, 292.

joy.of, 384
Ye antique towers, 328.

lexicon of, 505.
distant spires, 328.

liquid dew of, 103.
gods it doth amaze me, 82. mewing her mighty, 208.
mariners of England, 441.

of frolics, 278.
Year by year we lose, 503.

of labour, 344
heaven's eternal, 226.

of the realm, 67.
mellowing, 199.

on the prow, 331.
moments make the, 267.

rebellious liquors in my, 40
rule the varied, 309.

remember thy Creator in the
saddest of the, 514.

days of thy. 560.
starry girdle of the, 440.

riband in the cap of, 117.
Years, dim with the mist of, 469. steals from her, 325.
following years, 290.

spirit of, 132, 135.
live in deeds not, 516.

that fired the Ephesian dome,
love of life increased with,
379.

Youth to fortune, 335.

248.

Youth, to many a, and many a Youthful poets fancy when they
inaid, 201.

love, 257,
to whom was given, 405. Zaccheus he did climb the tree,
vaward of our, 60.

600.
waneth by encreasing, 140.

Zeal of God, 572.
wears the rose of, 131.

Zealots, graceless, 273.
Youthful poets dream, such sights Zenith, dropt from the, 173.
as, 202.

Zigzag manuscript, 362.

THE END.

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