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this is all remains of theel..182 9 r, goes to sleep during a...785 Ý our sole reply shall be......469 i Remedied-are not to be r.*... 72 i r. is as the heart in which..522 reply to calumny and......553 Remedies-extreme r. are....440 g sit Remorse and Grief ......299 u that deign'd him no reply..621 8

r. are past, the griefs are..508 r Remote-r. from man, with..567 the R. Churlish; the*...... 27 remedies are worse ......725 i r., unfriended, melancholy.532 i theirs not to maker., theirst. 6 a remedies is a beef-steak ...552 1 Removal-r. of that which is.133 | Replying-r. shrilly to the*...169 1 remedies which will benefit441 p | Remove-drags at each r. a... 2n | Report-enemies carry a r.....740 o

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found out the remedy* ....518 ll cause of strife remov'd sot.438 6 how he may report**.......436 c r. can be nothing less than.565 g Remover-bends with the r.*.317 if my gossip Report*. .....281 a remedy for time misspent..313 p Removeth-who often r. is.... 76 ill report while you live*..184 b r. for wrongs is to forget...781 p | Renewed-oft r., seem'd oft...523 w killed with r. thatold man**171 n r. is worse than the disease.505ffl r. by repeated exercises....14 men but by report..........287 12 time is the greatest r.......746 r Renounce-renounce, refrain.782 7 own report & linguist*......353 ; unkindness has no r. at....627 : Renovation-capable of....... 64 b r. elsewhere whatever is....740 1

without a remedy ..........765m Renown-and to win r.*......639 h r. me and my cause aright*.436 k Remember-briefly thyself r.*381 h but deathless my renownt.2011 report they bore to heaven.547 p bubblings ne'er remember.396 gained so much renown....276 p rumor--the report of evil..740 r don't you r. sweet Alice....879 8 give infamy renown....... 14 sell me your good report*..279 d I'll r. thee, Glencairn.......879 O here's health and r. to his..615 12 Reports-bring me no more r. *436 I remember, I remember...380 0 is bought endlesse r........351 e innocence despises falso r..681 b I remember, I remember...613 k renown and grace is dead*.350 g Repose-action; beauty is r...101 k I remember the roses......218 e r. is like the summer.......766 k ah! can I e'er know repose.42 it r. whan it passed is ......387 y shall forfeit fair renown...547 8 as if drinking its repose.... 16 e Oh I still remember me....202 some, for r., on scraps.....514 n between truth and repose.. 91 p pray, love, remember*......237 1 when their renown is heard.443 n breast the curtain of r.. .. 88 h remember Barmecides.....525 b wight of high renowne..... 23 8 calm their repose...........624 n r. happy days in misery....780 a Renowned-no less r. than**..470 dissolve in soft repose......560 1 r. me the more of sorrow*.570 a Rent-her rent is sorrow......297 el finds but short reposet.....272 2 r. my birth you see........ 59 r 1 r. the envious Casca made* 126 m foster-nurse of nature is r.* 523 x r. only such as theses...... 16 m | Rental-the rental of half....643 c from wasting by repose....523 u r. such things were*.......381 k Rents-anticipated rents and.142 8 given us this repose........739 h r. that there is a God.......725 & Repaid-can be repaid.........548 y gives the world repose.....118 6 r. the benefits we have.....508 Repair-in constant repair....264 t he content with soft repose.802 ; remember thee! yea*......381 O instant of r. and health*...441 a manners had not that r. t...378 w r. what the Lord hath*.....594 v times to r. our nature*.....523 y men have ever loved r......523 % remember you handsomely 180 k Repairs-r. his drooping**....576 k provide more heart's r......304 b some I remember.........

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without a sigh r. thee.....531 m Repeal-r. of bad or obnoxious487 k there is great repose.......722 h Remembered-cups freshly*..409 9 Repeated-repeated and .....598 k to break r. till dawn of day.136 u mistakes remember'd......255 6 repeated too often becomes.790 C toils of honour dignify r...523 1 r. joys are never past...... 61 8 Repeating-in the last r.*.....281 b uncurtain'd that repose....136 g r. tolling a departed*.......415 b repeating us by rotett...... 122 u virtue, but repose of mind.633 0 sorrows r. sweeten..........569 n r. your ultimate word...... 169 k wakes from short repose... 88 n Remembering-r. happiert....570 g Repeni-adventure too little.. 89 weary body, longing for r..561 d

soul r. my good friends....381 2 do not repent these things*.149 v wish to break the soft r....523 w Remembers-r. the heavens...371 k first to repent and regret...657 n with comforting repose*...523 y Remember'st-r, not the* .. .363 k grieve, yet not repent......523 g worship of the world, but..535 j Remembrance-dearest r.l. ..334 e honest man does not r.....803 8 Reposing-r. himself in the...481 j

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the mist r. the rains........537 9 Rest-absence of occupation..526 when the end was restt....424 h Resent-sensitive, swift to r.$. 8 ambition has no rest ...... 18 g| work, and r. shall be won..666 ; Resentment-envy, or r. led..124 j and disorder'd rest......... 326 e work first, and then rest...667 h

laying aside his r. ..........789 n at length possess quiet r....739 e Rested-field that has r.gives. 739 d

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sleep is well resigned.......160 T for weary feet, the gift of..526 t madness withouttuition or.349 j Resist-if we r. our passions...465 n gets him to r., crammed* ..526 p O unconfined restraint.....561 m

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generally pleases the rich. .682 | Richard-conscience avaunt...572 8 r., the other to the left.... 694 * grow r. in that which never 338 O Richard ! O my king.....534 u r. there is none to dispute..566 g how poor, how rich.........373 i Rid-to mend or be rid on't*..350 t right to be in this world...,184 if I could be rich....... .223 m Ride-and ride in blood......639 a r. to defend them in the....529 if thou art r., thou art*....642 v he will ride & gallop........503ff seem hardly right, Johntt.637 ? I trust no rich man........ .718 r. more than thou goest* ...511 9 | seizes the r., and holds it...652 O its tone could reach the R. 484 T 'tis time to run, 'tis time...540 ? some day R. ascend his.....267 d make rich the ribs* .......211 m Rider-proud r. on so proud.* 21 d so things seem r, no matter 144 e makes men r, in greatest... 112 1 steed that knows his rider]459 e still in the right to stayt...489 many of the r. are damned*485 c want of a horse the r. is....497ee stronger than the wrong...164 24 men are neither suddenly.501kk | Rides-rides upon the storm..274 e strove for the right.........258 e mind that makes the*......386 g trouble r. behind and.......792 r. sure, was in the right......346 most rich, being poor*...... 84 k Riding-hood-by the r-h.'s....458 k that r. was right, and there.5-29 neither rich nor raret......661 m Ridicule-ever-ready notes of..50 k that right we hold by**... 559 P

to make thee rich*..485 s r. is the test of truth........621 n the right divine of kingst..2 not heard the r. complain. .642 | ridicule often cuts.........740 ther. with two or threeti..559 one rich thing that morn...243 1 subject of ridicule.........733 p the truth is alway right....6238 opinion, shall never be rich.499 T took for truth the test of r.621 u they smile so when one's c. 455 s poor, and content is r*.....485 d with her of r. the test. ...621 u think the last opinion r.I...461 d rebuke the rich offender...450 Ridiculous-aliver., and dead1349 n 'tis thou that spurn'st at*..461 n regular, r. Don Rataplane.. 643 c be never so ridiculous*.....127 m title of present right and...511 3 rich and poor around it....284 g made arms ridiculous**....579 i to see what is r. and not to. 121 r. and poor, through joy...605 p magnificent and ther......101 u to the just right............806 • r. and rare were the gems. 434 jl no spectacle so ridiculous..399 n to the left and righti....... 23 r. a pearl for carnal swine. 621 g | one step above the r........ 75 1 ultimate notion of r. is.....529 R r. as he was, could hardly..643 C r. in the country as*.......102 whatever is, is rightf.......510 i r., from the very want of..642 h sublime to the ridiculous...581 h what r., what true, whatt..623 C r.'in barren fame returnţ..339 a Riddle-glory, jest and r. off..371 v when law can do no right..489 e r., in having such a jewel*.377 k Riddles-r. as any sphinx......31 e rich in their pride..........230 g Rifle-r. and the bayonet-blade635 p wrong conduct appear r....691 a r. man's son inherits carest+642 n rifle in hand I roam'd...... 87 l Righted-British wrangs be r..468 d rich men look sad and*....639 8 Rifleman-by a r, hid in the...442 u Righteous-perils doe enfold..472 ; rich men rule the law......437 ; Rift-little r. within the lutet.408 f Righteousness-inherite r.....342 h rich the treasure, sweet....475 3 | Rifts-rifts of splendor........223 r in such righteousness**....198 r. with the spoils of nature.410 e Rigadoon-and ancient r.l. ....128 b righteousness tried by.....738 h r, with the spoils of time...600 l Right-all right and wrong....707 m the paths of r.**...........451 rocks rich in gems and ... .413 c | always be in the right. .....468 ; Rightness-r. expresses of .... sin but to be rich*.......... 38 t an equal right to live.......347 | Rights-all r. and laws are....775m so rich in many wise. ......425 e & right little, tight..........327 g certain inalienable rights..529 such are the rich*..........257 d & saying oft thought right.606 a Cinderella's lefts and r.....453 h tempts by making r., nott..594 c bato a jot of right**, ......198 c duties as well as its r.......483m the business of the rich....770 a be sure you are r., then go..49511 encroaches upon the r. of..674 g the r., the poor, the great..133 v cannon to right of themf...640 n lest they their r. should.... 15 the vainly rich..............279 h earns the right to begin....635 O natural r. of the colonists..529) think themselves r. with...767 8 equal r. of all men to the...184 o reparation for our r. at....529 we rich men count our.....293 p equal r. to breathe the air..184 o resigns his nativer. for.... 369 who made us rich......... .2331 equal r. to the use of land..338 v r. authorized by Heaven...759 wishes to become rich......739 8 every cranny but ther.....354 ; r. are invaded or seriously.638 9

youth is not rich in time...673 a every one is in the right....765 e rights of the father of three178 Richer-quiet mind is r.......111 C faith that R. makes Might..163 u [the blacks] had no rights .560 C

r. than Peruvian mines.....652 e firmness in the right....... 86 n2 the rights of man...........529 C Riches-all ther, of this..... 642 e first a right to life..........529 they their r. should lose...484 h bear'st thy heavy r. but*...642 v for r. is right since God....529 g we hold like rights ........238 collected r. from every.....428 i faith that R. makes Might..529 j. who invades our rights.....6:25 t get r. first, get wealth**.... 13 1 from that r. to part an**...376 Rigmarole-the learn'd call r.. 573m glory of r. and of beauty...750 k generalities of natural r....529 d Rigol-this golden r. hath*....562 to heaven had looked upon r..643 d God defend the right*......498 9 Rigour-'tis r. and not law*...328 heavens all riches flowt....642 k guarantee for being right.. 79 O Rill-household r, murmurs. . 415 k if your riches are yours....500 d he alone, does right .......593 c in every rill a sweet........652 € infinite r. in a little room...642 o Heaven aid the right.......640 k music in the gushing of al. 404 g influence of riches.........739 p if I am right thy gracet....4896 reed-encircled r., oozes..... 21 is proud of r. is a fool... ..643 e I know it was right.........264 g sunshine broken in ther...581 d is the greatest riches..... ..642 I see the r. and I approve.. 82 k the lately torpid rill. .......28 I've all but riches bodily...642 d it must be right............290 g Rills-a thousand rills their pray'st thou for r.? Away..869 h I would rather be r. than..5:29 € gurgling r. the lonely..... 413 riches are deservedly......740 d life, I'm sure was in the r..197 n gush the summer rills...541 r. are mine, fortune is in**. 131 life is in the rightt..........349 i primroses by shelter dr....218 ! riches are now given to.....176 9 maintain the right.........807bb | Rím-round his couch'sgolden585 r. are possess'd, but nott...6422 might makes right.........688 a Rime-winter's frost and r...614 r. either serve or govern....739 Q might was the measure of r.740 g Rind-on the crust or r........347 r. fineless is as poor as*. ..485 d mindful of r. and wrong....725 8 rind of some sweet future.,351 r. give us let us thent......642 8 notion of the rule of right..462 rynd is tough..... r. have wings, and grandeur133 h of r. and wrong he taught..449 within the infant rind"... 223 riches he can ne'er enjoyt..387 k

o be i' th' right...621 h 1 Ring-a bright gold r. on her..434 i riches ignorance of wealth.314 g our country, r. or wrong...468 i and a ring of wire.......... 18 e r. of Heaven's pavement**.369 k right and forward..........807 a ring, two watches........234 r. purchased wisdom yet...651 right as a trivet............503 v belt of an amethyst ring....541 S r. spring from economy....102 n right by force of beauty... 83 o curfew must notr, to-night. 417 righteousnesse than r......342 h right cannot be changed...682 i decoy'd into that fatal.r....129 f sleepe, ther richesse, and..563 ; right cannot be found......675 ) flower, a broken ring. 8a that riches grow in hell**..642 9 r. is more beautiful than...101 ; no park-no ring-D:6.... .395 i 'tis the very r. of thyself*..663 8 r. man to fill the right.....581 of gold, a paltry riage......434 #

we care not for money, r...649 u r. of an excessive wrong...500 T our ring of wedded love....313 Richest-r, man in all the.....534 8 r. of labor to its own.......338 vl ring, bluebells, a ring ........238

r, man in Christendom.....787 e r. of war for conquerors...684 o ring happy bolulis, acrosst...41 €

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ring in the valiant mant... 41 C Lord has risen to-day ......165 / longr, down the lifted face.590 d ring out old shapes oft..... 41 d Lord is risen to-day ........165 h princess of r., how I love ..530 m ring out the darkness oft..

risen far above him........819 o r. are roads that move and.787 | ring out their delight......

risen three fingers well.....247 s rivers cannot quench* .....213 r. out the narrowing lustt. 41 d | ris'n who is the First and... 164 8 rivers to the ocean .........185 Z ring out the old, ringt..... 41 e Rises-everything r. but to ...682m rivers wove their charms ..147 X r. out the thousand warst.. 41 he rises early to do wrong .416 g see the r., how they run....529 1 ring out, wild bells tot.... 41 with him rises weeping* ...235 n shallow r. to whose falls ...529 n r. out, yo crystal spheres**406 e who riseth from a feast* ...211 r stained earth's silver rivers. 94 b r. under the load of sorrow*467 % Rising-and so he'll die and r.*378 9 the r. did the trees excel...613 e r. with a soft, melodious..449m better than early rising....300 a through the rivers wade... 453 c ruby from the horizon's r.9.585 1 foretells a bright r. again..586 e two ways the rivers leap8..529m there's a r. upon your hand.663 b her r. sweet, with charm** 400m River-ways-freighted are. ..394 the ring of moderation.....389 b in his r. seem'da pillar... **153 il Rivets-hammers closing r.* .639 0

your ring first, and here*..435 a more worshipped the r.... 670 7 oaths like r. forced into....419 6 Ring-dove-soft r-d.'s cooing..415 1 r. all at once was as the** .573 c Rivulet-met above the.......395 e Ringers-good r., pull your.... 39 v rising o'er the eastern hills.398 e r. of text shall meander.... 68 h

r. ran by two, by three..... 39 v rising with Aurora's light..480 | waves of the r. glancing....322 p Ringing-merry bells below...135 i ways of rising in the world.790 | Rivulets-myriads of r.t ......412 u Ringlets-wanton r, loop......291 i Rite-burial rito be read......137 il r. dance their wayward 1 ..413m Rings-about with tiny rings.238 observe the rite of May*...393 h r. from the mountains ....162 n

caps, and golden rings*.... 24 i Rites-all respect and r. of *..633 1 trace these briny r. to......592 ! clasps her r. on every hand 238 till love have all his rites* ..602 w Road-a broad and ample r.**.576 s green and silky rings.......236 e Ritual-whatever tongue or r. 489 along an agreeable road....772 more wide the floating r. 1..171 a Rival-allowable in deceiving.762 9 any r. you can't go amiss..321 rich rings which on his..... 205 b and rival Orpheus' straint. .557 m climbing a difficult road....707 a r. put upon his fingers*....869 s as the rival of the author ..124 , death's a pleasant r. that...632 o the bell never r. of itself...675 g jealous lookout as a rival. .208 0 fringing the dusty roadtt..228 e their eyes seem'dr. from..766 e O rival of the rose... .....240 C is no expeditious road......463 u

weareth a hundred rings...648 9 rival in the light of dayt...815 k life's dark r, his sordid way.643 b Ring-ting-r-t! I wish I were..289 the bard, the rival bard's.,173 w no flowery road leads to....770 e Riot-blaze of r. cannot last*..173 O the rival of the earth 1......211 d on a lonesome road ........208 r.

without any danger of a r.1.621 j without rival to shine...... 79 p r. wind up-hill all the way..607 g Riotous -in a riotous unrest..647 u Rivals-not r. in commandi...627 3 rough, & weary road........346

r. with her abundance**...593 j r. opium and his brides 1...456 Y rough is the road, your....484 k

when riotous guilty living. 8 hl witlings sneer and rivals... 13 d take the same road ........689 p Ripe-busy when the corn is. .768 u River-Alph, the sacred r. ran.580 O the end of my road.........374 her years were ripel. .......671 W a r. at my garden's end....652 ? the r. is long from the..... r. for exploits and mighty*.673 g a river for his guide........740 h the unfrequented road.....245 k r. in wisdom was he, buts..651 a a r. rushing swiftly toward.606 v | this quiet wood road.......229 we ripe and ripe*...........350 e a rushing river.............213 k | upon the desert road.......107 p

will first be ripe*...........266 o by a goodly river's side....613 e we keep the road...........127 h Ripened-souls are r. in our...869 gloomily to yon pale river..618 0 | who takes no private roadt.412 c Ripeness-fill all fruit with r..544 C his mane is like a river..... 20 m2 Roads-block the roads and..277 1 Ripening-& r., nips his root*.. 76 if ther. were dry, I am* ....592 k rivers are r. that move and.787

r. through endless years...517 a join the brimming rivert...529 p r. are wet where'erone.....577 3

ther. the swelling of the... 10 n let him drink of the river ..190 p r. on all sides to the grave..689 k Ripens-fortuner, with thy*. .881 1 like a running river be.....403 dl there are fifty r. to town ..521 u Ripest-r. fruit first falls*....266 9 like the foam on the river..354 p Roadside-golden-rod of the..229 / Ripple-r. of wave and hiss...598 O like the r., swift and clear.479 u roadside thicket hiding ....228 h

r. with the ruffling breeze..446 a like the swift r. that glides.746 k waft from the r. bank......244 r. the r. of laughing rhyme...476 m lived on the River Dee.....110 6 | Roam-love to roam o'er the..445 k Rippling-r. through thytt...612 g never seen a river.........191 d o'er sea or land we roam...304 g Rise and employments rise. .114 of the fair rolling river.....531 7 O who would roam.........304 1

and successive rise#........871 e of the river Lee ............531 a r. along, the world's tired].566 e attempt ye still to riset.... 13 9 O lovely river of Yvettes...593 e though we may roam .....804 k but stoop to rise............651 b one sea, one r., and see all. .410 k where'er I roam, whatever.879 v created half to riset ... ..871 v primrose by a river's brim 1239 g where'er we roam, his first.468 n Greentrees r. above them..183 b Rhine, ancient r., thou'rt...632 Roamed-haver. o'er many...379 m I rise and am appeased... 802 r. glidethathisown sweet 1.533 I roam'd apace ............. 87 ! let it rise till it meet.......214 r. river linger to kiss........2281 Roamer-r. is she o'er wall ...648 g let us rise up..............771 C river of feeling overflows.,802 a Roar-and music in its roar...475) likewise with Him maystr.,165 e r. of thy thoughts may roll.7606 and she says roar...........463 C love of God shall r. a star...373 y river of unfailing source...406 r | don't ye hear it roar now...445 n make your courage rise ...648 i river onward glide.........250 h he did not only sigh butr..463 d rise again, with twenty*....124 a river's summer walk.......222 p in my time heard lions r.*..119 8 rise and shine..............232 n river's trembling edge......228 3 | in the song of its roar ......459 rise, happy morn, riset....401 h smooth the gliding riverg..542 0 I will roar you as gently* .. 45 , rise in low estate...........276 g stream is the River Time ..603 8L loosen'daggravated roar...578 rise in majesty to meet tt..418 h swim the river, villain ..... 21 a Roared-roared the dreadful..577 a rise more fresh and bright.250 the brook and river meet&..672 r Roarings-waves in r, roundt. 92 rise to fight again.........121 h the foam on the river......138 h Roast-her that ruled the rost 499 rise to prevent the sun......563 p the river from the lake l....374 n he ruleth all the roste...... 499 9 rise up, rise up, Xarifa.....126 u ther. of his thoughts......655m I learned roast an eggi.......431 1 rise with the lark, and with 48 p the river to pass along.....721 h Rob-not r.me of a treasure..879 g scarce seen, they rise ......157 thou royal r., born of sung.532 h r. me of free nature's ......413 a sets to rise, ascend.........284 p tremulous inland rivertt...612 g robbe Peter and pay Paule 503 x some rise by sin, and some*.556 p we'll to the river* ..........

slays more than you rob* .. 441 m that r. and fall, that swell..352 a River-buds-and starry r.-b..

Robbed-he's not r. at all*....595 k they rise, they break.......190 r starry river-buds. .........250 g | he that is r., not wanting*..595 k to r. with the lark, and go. 507 W River-child-lull its r.-c. tol...374 n r, that smiles, steals* ......595 n we rise betime*..... .....442 n Rivers-as brooks maker......290 t Robber-sing before ther......783m

whence or why they rise...861 s being suffer'd, r. cannot* .. 465 x Kobber-chief-brigand thanj..626b Risen-Christ is risen.........164 T by rivers gallopadedt......610 || Robberies-r. that leave man .558 i

Christ the Lord is risen..... 1666 deepest r. make least din..555 e | Robbers-but for supporting* 70 8 he is risen, a later star of 1.577 j earth's full rivers cannot ..460 h | with robhers' hands my*. .309 ( Jesus Christ is risen to-day.166 C friendship is like rivers....265 o Robbery-thieves for their r. *595

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