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common q. is of mankind's. 158 opinion with Pythagoras*..198 i glory of the British Qi.. .524 1 do bold things in a q. way..656 €

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q. commands, and we'll. ...367 8 rural q., friendship, books. 112 j when he meant to quail*...534 y queen might don.... .223 t she builds our quiet, as she 86

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to death's own quietness...563 r qualities that meet ortt....286 x thou sat'st a queen..

98 m with a quietness of spirit*.467 g. which constitute the.... 84 y to Mary Q. the praise be...561 b | Quietude-discord to the

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256 e q. with the noblest grace*..283m 'twas Pilate's question put.621 Quiver'd-q. in his heart .....205 sudden and quick in q.*....444 k what question can be here. 69 & Quivering-q. to tell hertt....612 9 thou wilt q. with a man.*..513 Question d-q. me the story*..850 Quivers-q. through thy :

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.260 h opinion with quotations....514 i 9., entreaties, reproaches..724 0 q. are then the windlass....623 z Quote-by delight, we q.......514 quarrels of lovers renew...724 c will answer the questions.135 g grow immortal as they q...514 q. with a drunken man....701 c Quick-as q. as lightning

.805 t occasion serv'd, would q...513 who in quarrels interpose..513 k more than q. words do*....6639 quote Horace, Juvenal.....5167 Quarries-rough q., rocks*....607 j quick hand in writing. ..759 1 those who never quote in...513 : Quarry-an unseen quarry

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virtue, though in r., will...110 1 r. bursts like magic on.....515 r beauteous race the last. .229 d Rail-chance to nod I'll r.and*377m rainbow galaxies of earth's 220 h beheld when the r. begun..460 9 drunkards most devoutly r.180 n rainbow in the morning....515 n bird r. quicken and wheel..542 * rail against her beautyt....388 k rainbow shines to cheer us.577 8 follow and r. in shifting ....460 9

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they r. reviled; as often.... 27 the r. based on ocean ......515 i girt to run a race....... 98 o Railed-r.on Lady Fortune*. .2569 trickling rainbow of July..459m glory of his race...... 203 / Raillery-r. is a mode of ....795 n unto the rainbow*. I am the last of my race....764'? setting raillery aside.......680 1 Rainbowed-r. out in tears....296 % imperial r. from womant...656 Railroad coppers on the r....328 8 Rain-drop-down comes r-d... 57 life's uncertain race........ 75 u Raiment-house and r, and...617 every dewdrop and r-d......154 à lord of human race.........354 u in homelye r. drest..... ..107 h rain-drop upon his heart...209 k love whose race is run. .....570 n raiment blood-dyed and....165 0 Rain.drops-like diamonds all 393 0 not boast a generous race..320 e serves for food and r. ......360 a the r-d.s' showery dance...-514 Q noteless as the r. from.....310 6 splendid r. of the spring...539m listen to the r-d. falling.....540 of a time-honour'd racel...566 h wear them like his raiment*628 n Raiping-raining the tears of*592 one half the human races..488 k woman in white r. graceful160 n Rains-come when the rains. .890 our hemisphere he ran his.585 j your raiment all red........637 n it rains, and the wind isg..515 a race of man is foundt......871 e Rain a little rain will ill....514 p more the rains falls........616 O r. of Shakespeare's mind...550 g and a weeping rain.........151 d rains fall, suns risett.......248 1 r. that led to glory's goalı.. 97m and cloud will turn to rain 9605 d rains have been productive.179 į rose in a mist when his race586 e a scarlet rain.....

222 d rains might rust or 263 2 so lose the race..

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asked one another the r...364 i same reason that makes us. 101 8 Recklessly-departs r. flying..602 a but good sense and reason.538 n slow reason feebly climbs..517 u Recklessness-Aing them into.149 h brightning Reason's lamp..517 a stronger far than reason...348 a Reckon-do but r. by them...664 g capability and god-like r.*.517 p takes the reason prisoner*.321 ) r. on from smiles to smiles.628 C confidence of reason give1.148 n teach thy necessity to r.*..414 k Reckoned-as 'tis no better r.* 642 u darkens R., confounds.....358 that men by reason.........227 h love that can be reckoned*.364 direct his ways by plain r..654 h the bounds of reason*. .863 i Reckoning-a trim r.*. ......306 y epicurianism of reason....764 e theirs not to reason whyt.. 6 a comes a r. when the... ..527 C extremes does perfect r....786 Y. ther, firm, the temperate 1.661 d dreadful r., and men.. .527 C feast of r. and the flow off.517 j the sleep of reason....... 7758 r. kind of dead reckonings....399m follow reason... ...808 p to r, against the reasons...517 0 no r, made but sent*. ...188 force of r., can persuade...188 0 'twixt that and r. what.....32 n oh, weary reckoning* for smiles from r. flow**...564 1 we love without reason.....786 i r. his skill with opportunity 593 for that very r. it is said... 120 g what r, could not avoid....692 r. when the banquet's o'er.331 a give aught other r. why....118

to the end of reckoning*...623 p. good book kills reason**

while Reason drew the plan 517 8 Recks-r. not his own rede*...451; have r. for my rhyme......477 x who mix'd reason with.....208 a Recognise-r. his own work... 474 he undertakes with reason.628! will stand for a reason.....737 y Recognizes and r. ever and9.413 higher faculty than reason.197 i Reasonable it is r. or just....127 k Recoil-with impetuous r. **..299 ! how noble in reason*......372 r. man being reasonablel.....325 o Recoils-back on itself r.**.. .528 k if rebel sense would r.'s....597 8 Reasoned-r. high of**........109 0 Recollection-affection and r.. 40 ? I have good reason..... ..807 r Reasonest-Plato, thou r. well 315 ! recollection lives regret....237 J indu'd with sanctity of r.**.517 Reasoning-empty r.on policy435 recollection of past labors..719 in erring reason's spitet....510 i his pride in reasoningt.....517 k that's my earliest r.........380 9 in mine own reason .259 12 in us a reasoning soul. .809 the recollection of a dream.381 é in reason, nor in love.......522 a reasoning and belief no less. 336 x Recollections-music revives..408 C instinct and r. how can.....324 o r. of the strongest is always786 g Recommendation-is a silent..494 r in strictest reason.

the men of reasoning.... 270 ; Recompense-heaven did a r. 41 ? its root in reason, is. ..-.357 8 Reasonings-all the r. of men.660 Y love and look for r......... 68 0 knowing other r. though** 39 e Reasons-good r., must of*...517 in our chastisement or r......582 u knowledge, use and reason.337 e heard of reasons manifold.357 0 study's god-like r.*.

.5808 lamp our angel R. holds...517 a r. are two grains of wheat*.517 O thy true love's r..* .3811 law that is not reason...... 438 d reasons are unknown.......674m toil without r. tears all in... 8n let's r. with the worst*.....517 1 r. make strong actions.*...517 9 Reconcilement-fondling r....724 b loath to prove r. with* .....665 % r. to himself best known...646 d true reconcilement grow**.295 e love repine and r. chafe....622c r. why we smile and sigh...567 d Reconciles and r. by mystic..358 9 love's reason's without r.*.363 1 reasons were as plentiful*.517m Reconciling-r. all the place..611 a mantle their clearer r.*....130 8 the reasons of the case.....438 d Record-fine stands in record* 208 g may r. concerning them....793 o victories over their r.. 26 r leaves somewhere a r.$.....318 v may r. war with rhyme....477 d who r. wisely is not. .517 : record of intuitions which.. 65 n men have lost their reason*.331 your own r. turn into*......382 8 record of that hour..

237 1 monarch r. sleeps this.....159 u Rebel-if r. sense would... ..597 & r. of the action fades. neither rhyme nor reason..517 g rebel against anything.....518 record of the years of man.617 not r. makes faith hard....348 a use 'em kindly, they rebel.420 c their record with a curse...123

q not r. that governs love....786 h wilful disobedience and r..*157 g weep to r. and blush to..... 16 s not to ask the reason why* 420 i Rebelling-not deserver......518 8 Recorded-no life of a man...346 n now tell me the reason..... 12 e Rebellion-r. in this land shall*518 d Records-all trivial fond r.*...381 o obedient to reason.. .798 1 r. must be managed with..608 C r. that defy the tooth of ....604 b or r. foil'd would not in... 597 8 rebellion to tyrants is......518 € Recover-though you r., he...440 T other but a woman's r.*....517 p. Rum, Romanism, and R....482 h Recovered and forthwith r..180 d our r. runs another way...158 d unthread the rude eye of*..518 e Recovery-cry“no r."*. 491 h paths which Reason shuns.476 a Rebellious-most r. must bow.388 9 Recreant-r. who proved his..687. perfection of reason.... .437 0 Rebels-cruelty to be humane.761 soldier a mere recreant*....444 j play with r. and discourse* 277 none rebels except subjects 626 0 Recreation-innocent r. than.. 19 g prompt and r. strong*.....606 h subjects are rebels from...481 n of r, there is none so free... 19 C r. almost with a man*

worst of rebels never arm, .518 a the busie man's best R..... 68 O r., and not passion, impels.717 Rebounds-hard unless it r.... 4 Recreations-and several r.... 14m r. but from what we know1.517 i Rebuff and one refusal no)..662 i country hath his r.....

.383 0 reason does not rule........787 one refusal no rebuff ......353 0 diverse r. and exercises.... 14 1 r. for the faith that is. r. for their law refuse**...517 | Rebuking-be thou in r. evil. .343 X Recreators-r. and amusers... 66m

recreations they like best.. 14 n ...398 Rebuker. the rich offender.. 450 r., however able, coolt.....517 h Recall-as to r. a word once...664 y Recruited-r. by a bitter......725 h r. is left free to combat it ..460w cannot recall their giftst...592 Rectifies-winds up and r... reason is the life of the.....437 0 cans't not recall, redeem...601 Rectitude-conscious of r.....802 C reason is the mistress.

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750 o reason is upright stature..517 ! recall the delight ever...... 638 deeds of daring rectitude...318 r. of the ant laboriously...754 d which is past is beyond r...685 | Red-a subtle r. of life is... 618 7 r., or with instinct blesti...173 e Recant-ease would r. vows**.419 i flames so r. in Sansavineg..649 p r. progressive, instinct.....517 u Recanting-r. goodness, sorry* 73 gloomed swarthy red.... reason rules the mind.. ..470 Recede-to sigh, yet not r.....523 g glow'd celestial rosy red**..564 r.'s light with falling ray... 8+ Receipt-r. to make sorrow...3408 let's be red with mirth* .884 d reason's hand the reins.....203 v Receive-and ask till yer.....308 j making the green one red*.404 c r. stands aghast at the......5:28 e receive than to do a wrong.749 g morn from black to red....

...584 p. r. stands on its squarest...476 n tor. honestly is the best...5948 red or white as snow.. ..233d r.'s whole pleasure all thet.475 wax to receivel

streaks of r, were mingled.196 e r. that in man is wise ands.378 e wer. but what we give....526 x Red-bird-r.-b. come his.... ..240 C r. the card, but passiont. ..349m Received-r. it disclose it.....679 O Redbreast-r. loves to build... 55 ) reason thus with life*. .350 8 Receives-much r. but nothing 319 n r. oft at evening hours..... 55 i r. to dread the thunder.....609 receives more than he gives 272 s redbreast sacred to the.... 56 d r. why asses had ears...... 19 h who much receives, but.... 79m redbreast sit and sing......110 h reason why I loved him....361 6 Receiveth-thy capacityr.as* 364 1 robin r.-b., and the wren... 56 e r. will our hearts should*..639m Recesses-r. of my spirits.... 634 v robin redbreast till of latet. 56 a reason would despair... ..360 i Rechabite-R. poor Will must.641 g Red'ning-in r. tide it gush'd.649 Ç received nor rhyme nor r...477 X Recitative-ar. from Tancredi 32 p Red-hot-r.-h. with drinking*.826 j rhime us to reason....... 254 0 | Reck-better reck the rede... 7° Rede-better reck the rede.... 7 rhyme nor r. can express*.362 y Reckless-incens'd that I am*.518 h recks not his own rede*....451 j

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late redeem thy name. 409m Regard-and regard of laws..534 h relics of the ancient saints. 344m not to redeem his time but.142 8 manner in which we r. it...587 m Relief-bloom in sweet relief..103 d upon the cross suffer to r..166 c popular regard pursue.....261 a fly for relief and lay. 138 d

will be mortal to redeem**.518 Regardless-r. of our own....676 ! find relief in music.. 405 d Redeemer-to soothe the dear 55 k Regards-virtue alone has....468 1 for this r. much thanks* . Redemption everlasting r.*..518 k Regent-God bless the Regent.535 k give her Lord relief..

57 L glorious King of R.. .165 0 moon (sweet r. of the sky) 398 I. her works in high relieff...452 / our great r. from above**.. 94 ? Regerminate-another year r.235 Ý is there no relief for lovet..542 p

without r. all mankind**...518 i Regime-days of the old r.....327 C 'tis a poor relief we gain.. .156 Redress-prayers do...... .388 e Regimen-too strict ar.......295 O wherever sorrow is, relief*.570 i

r. of unexamined wrongs...548 Regiment-r.'s in 'ollow.......443 k Relies-whose word no man r..533 seek how to rtheir .354 o Regiments-Both R. or none.. 91 i Relieve-and relieve us, poor.3098 things past r. are now*. .506 2 Region-soul in some region..377 9 thus to r. the wretched.... 41 k to prick us to redress*.

.547 t survey the r., and confessť.571 v to relieve the oppress'di... 60 Redundant-they grow r..

through what r. enchanted.374 a Religion-a book of religion...539 € Reed-and reed that bends....656 v what region of the earth,..676 h about again to our r. 520 v

cork and bending reedt. 18 h Regions-force whole r. in....476 € adversity reminds men of..675m drank this with a reed out.163 d frozen regions of the north.344 g Christian religion doth .....519 n he is a thinking reed..

regions under earth*.......300 n established a r. without....519 katydid works her...

the regions above the moon651 s first element of religion. ...520 man is but a reed, the..

those spacious r. where.. ..186 i first run all religion down..520 d music in the sighing of ar 140.29 Registered-is r. in Heaven ..133 ?

unknown r. dare descry.... 6m his religion at best is an....520 smote with r. by striking.. 92

in r. what damned error* ..145 vernal-scented reed. 222 r. in heav'n ere time. ......150 o life and religion are one....521 ! what the balmy reed**. 618 a Regret-first to repent and r..657 n look'd on no r. scornfully..519 &

wilt thou have pipe and r...893 n love is made a vaguer.t.. 866 k many evils has religion....738 9 Reeds-a fringe of reeds......233 r. old age a regret....

91 men's minds about to r....472 2 all among the r. and rushes.539 r saw nothing to regrett. 183 1

men will wrangle for r.....5201 built among the reeds 99 C

then judge of my regret...374 g morality withoutr. is only $399m house is built with reeds... 55 a Regrets-a harvest of barren. 13 h my religion is to do good...469 9 tall flowering-r. which. ...240 6 Regularity-r. abridges all.... 9

nature and religion are....285 g Reef-round the coral reeft... 92 & Rehearse-r. his worthy praise316 8 one r. is as true as another.5208

the r. of Norman's Woes...552 9 rehearse your parts*. 423 b part of his religion. .... Reeling-r. through endless...162 i rote a parrot may rehearse.589 a plantation of religion......521 c Reels-Scotch r. avaunt! and].128 b their own works rehearse..478

P pledged to R., Liberty......486 n Refined-above their peers r..429 y Rehearsed-he talked, wrote..581 d really but of one religion...519 €

and his taste is refined.....516m or suddaine is rehearsed...349 v religion, blushing, veils her1521 & Refinement-r. a science.. ...478 Reign-bounds his narrow'd r.369 r. consists in the pious.....745 C

refinement on the principle.519 r. herd would wish to reign...212 d r. does not censure or......520 n too great r. is false......... 101 m here may we r. secure**.... 13 k r. has nothing more to.....522 | wealth is a great means of.642 live and reign since I.

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r. has so seldom found. . .520m Refines how the style r.f.....407% r. in hell than serve in**... 13 i r., if in heavenly truths....520 O

love sincere refines upon...357 k r. in this horrible place.. ...566 8 religion is no way of life...521 1 Reflect-learn'd r. on what1...518 0 r. is worth ambition**..... 13 k religion it was fit.. ..157 0 Reflection-a soul without r...518 g sweet arts of Thy reign....386 at the age of reflection.....451

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982 r. most prevalent in our....5195 leisureforr. upon subjects.518 n Reigned-to have wrought or.386 r. religion's all. Descending.522 y reflection of thy nature....418 c Reignest-r.in thy golden hall.398 o r. spawn'd a various rout..520 d

r. on those kinds of objects143 įReigns-chaos that r, here**.. 77 a religion stands on tiptoe...521 Reflections-bear all r..

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r. more or less, and glows..487 a religion, the pious worship.520 j cool reflections came.

r., tremendous, o'er the.....546 n religion to make us hate...522 i in vain sedate reflections1..337 Rein-keep a stiff r., and move388w religion to virtue... .5861

to bear all reflections. ....101 a Reined-cannot be r. again*... 17 9 religion were intended.....520 e Reflects-just r. the othert....269W Reins-reason's hand ther.

r. which they professed....520 lover, the thing belovedt. .366 i r. to your inflamed passions677 $ rum and true religion......5:20 Reform-all zeal for a reform.518 t Reinforcement-r. of forty 319 1 Sacred r.! Mother of Form.520 Reformation-myr.glittering*519 a r. we may gain from**.....308 h sure root but in the r.......636 1 plotting some new r........518 u Reinspire-r. him from the... 576 the body of all true r.. ..519 e show'd great reformation..518 v Reject-some r. three dozenj..662 9 than false religion..

.738 Reformed-r. by their... .318 o Rejected-r. several suitors)..114 ) way to plant religion.. Reforms-and r. his plan. .401 p. Rejoice-great men rejoice in.675 n. were of one religion... .520 Refrain-hear the wild r......4083 like grasshoppers rejoice1.650 ? what religion is he of..

522 ; Refraineth-man r. from......593 e malice in men as to rejoice.724 h writers against religion Refresh-invented to r. men's 14 0 r. at friends but newly*....202 ; Religions-of sects and r......519m

refresh the mind of man*..407 p rejoice in the present.......758 8 two possible religions... ..5206

refresh them with new. 4 f rejoice in what is good.....708m Religious-be it r., as it ought.538 i Refreshed-r. where one pure.645 t Rejoices-r. to have made his.748 i casting a dim r. light**. .852 1 Refresher-adorner and r. of..641 e Rejoicing-r. in the East......585 c coward, religious in it* .121 o Refreshing-r, that they......221

9 singing and rejoicing.......479 g if not religious he will be... 82m Refreshment-draught of cool 87 Relate-these unlucky deeds*.392 I know thou art religious*.108 1 fill them full of r.s. 80 Relation-r. of distant misery.587 W religious book or friend....522 R

without r. on the road.....451 g Relations-friends, those r....769 s r. canons, civil laws*.......639 Refuge-nor, from confession583 i relations mingle into bliss.304 r. religious life is a struggle..522 e patriotism is the last r.....468 v Relatives-the hatred of r.

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religious men are at.......109 d Refusal-and one r. no rebuff|662 i Relaxation-indulge in r.. 789 c that we become religious..586 !

ar, of praise is a desire to.486 m r. relieves the mind ....739 unworthy a religious man..520 h

begs timidly courts a r.....678 r Relaxing-mind, relaxing into 515 w when r. sects ran mad he... 89 9 Refusals-scattering r.l. 662 9 Release-before I find r.f... .525 i Religiously-good to dor.....520 60 Refuse-could r. the present..118 9 hour of his great release...617 0 Reliques-that his hallowed**.550

he that made it did r. it....458 1 inhabitants have the.......526 d Relish-I do not relish well*... 28 m one, and one refuse.... .241 k signs the last release.

I have no relish of them*..535 e r. nothing that pleases.....524 2 the prisoner's release

imaginary r. is so sweet*...189 i refuse you for my judge* ..330m Relents-but relents not*. .591 X relish grown callous........215 c

soon have nothing to r. ....181 a Reliance-r. and hope are.....159 i relish of their creature....100 j Refuses-He who r. nothing..181 a Relic-fair Greece! sad r. of..116 g r. of the saltness of time*.. 1180 Befute-who can r. a sneer ...109 1 Relics-crosses, r., crucifixes..587 C relish with content...

..110 Regal-wears the r. diadem**534 7

pure r. of a blameless life..323 s relish with divine delight..274 c SHAKESPEARE * ; Milton **

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