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COLLECTION Identifier: First-line index

English-language manuscript verse in the Houghton Library circa 1000-1820,

First-line index to English-language verse in manuscripts held in the Houghton Library that date from the Anglo-Saxon period to the nineteenth century.

Dates

  • 1987.

Language of Materials

Index is in English.

Conditions Governing Access

There are no restrictions on physical access to this material. Collection is open for research.

Extent

1 collection

This first-line index to English-language verse in manuscripts held at the Houghton Library, Harvard University includes verse, dating from the Anglo-Saxon period to the nineteenth century, and poems written by authors born before 1800 (such as John Keats) in manuscript anthologies, commonplace books, and cother collections, as well as single sheets.
How to use this index: Poems are cited by first line as it appears in the manuscripts as given as well as when it is incomplete and ends imperfectly. When the first line of a partial poem is not metrically complete, the citation also includes the next succeeding line. Poems found incomplete in Houghton manuscripts are thus marked in the index. First lines are alphabetized word for word, including definite and indefinite articles. For alphabetization, the first line is usually spelled according to modern orthography; exceptions are Anglo-Saxon verse, where the aesc, eth, thorn, and yok have been transliterated, and Middle English and Scots, which have been copied as they appeared in the manuscripts.

Each first line is followed by a Houghton manuscript call number, followed (when applicable) by a roman numeral to indicate the volume of the manuscript in which the poem appears. The remaining number indicates the folio, folder, or page in that manuscript. For example, "A Belgian Hanks of noted rank (incomplete) MS Eng 612, ii, 56v" means that a partial extract, beginning with that line, will be found in volume ii, folio 56v of MS Eng 612. However, some Houghton manuscripts are not foliated. For loose leaves, the location of a verse within a manuscript cannot be specified. For bound but unfoliated manuscripts, Seng himself counted the foliation.

This index includes manuscripts in the Library's collection that were cataloged at the time Peter Seng compiled it (about 1980). The index has not been maintained.

All items described in this index are cataloged in detail in individual records in HOLLIS or in other collection finding aids in OASIS. Search in HOLLIS or OASIS by call number to retrieve these descriptions.

Arrangement

Organized in the following series: I. First line index; and II. Register of manuscripts.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Manuscripts acquired from various sources at various times.

Processing Information

Compiled by: Peter J. Seng, 1987.

This finding aid has been improved immeasurably by the diligent efforts of Katherine Chase and Diane Booton. The difficult task of correcting call numbers in the original index was accomplished by Karen Nipps, Joseph Zajac, and Bonnie Salt.
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A baker in the town o' Ayr
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MS Eng 1491 (3), 12
A band of gypsies all in a road (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxvii, 825
A barren soil where nature's germs confined (incomplete)
hou01423c00144
MS Eng 1274, ch. 8
A beautiful creature with her parents did dwell
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, v, 117v
A beauty smoother than an ivory plain
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 65
A beauty smoother than the ivory plain
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 72v
A beauty's birthday, heaven and earth
hou01423c00205
MS Eng 723.1 (4)
A bed of roses! Castlereagh's in fun
hou01423c00021
MS Eng 569.65, 35v
A Belgian Hanks of noted rank (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 56v
A better mason than Lammikin
hou01423c00500
MS Eng 1486 (3), 60
A bill upon my grave I see
hou01423c00035
MS Eng 247.5, 32
A bitter death, a suffocating death (incomplete)
hou01423c00144
MS Eng 1274, ch. 72
A bold intruder with a brazen face
hou01423c00013
MS Am 1177, 2
A bold virago, stout and tall
hou01423c00136
MS Eng 1132, 5
A bone, God wot, sticks in my throat, without I have a draught
hou01423c00001
MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. iii, p. 53v
A bonny lad there was
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A bonny lass is my delight
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 99
A bonny May went up the street (incomplete)
hou01423c00344
MS Eng 862, 271
A bonny young lassie there lives in this town
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 173v
A brazen tow'r, guarded with strong-barr'ed doors
hou01423c00467
MS Eng 640, 29
A bribe! The worth of three kingdoms I defy (incomplete)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, ii, 5
A brutish indolence many men doth bind
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 101v
A burning blush o'er all my face has got (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 49v
A cadger braw came to this town
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 81
A Calliconian next appears (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 80
A captive sad, in sorrow bowed (incomplete)
hou01423c00023
MS Eng 569.66, 48
A caudle for the gentleman; He'll did o' th' pip else (incomplete)
hou01423c00087
Autograph file, A: Washington Allston, iii, 33v
A certain man called Adam
hou01423c00035
MS Eng 247.5, 24v
A certain old cook called his dog cuckold
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 33v
A chance religious minstre wife (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, ii, p. 238
A change in all ensues, the winter's cold
hou01423c00031
MS Am 1919, 27
A cheerful answer glads a troubled heart
hou01423c00400
MS Eng 639, 4v
A child knew well a jar that stood
hou01423c00212
MS Thr 198, folder 39
A child of art, assuming nature's hue
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, tipped in at folio 14
A church bell tolls a melancholy sound
hou01423c00191
MS Keats 3.5, p. 19
A city set upon a hill
hou01423c00035
MS Eng 247.5, 21
A clerk there was of Oxenford also (incomplete)
hou01423c00099
MS Typ 560, 21v
A cobbler and a curate once disputed
hou01423c00224
MS Eng 121, 2v
A cobbler there was, and he lived in a stall
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A cock laird so cadgie
hou01423c00029
MS Eng 512, 55v
A coke they had with hem for the nones (incomplete)
hou01423c00099
MS Typ 560, 29v
A collar, a collar, our king 'gan cry (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxix, 998
A common fame doth Preston fill: the court
hou01423c00044
MS Eng 699, 27
A company of guards we found
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 20
A conscience clear is worth a world of treasure (incomplete)
hou01423c00001
MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. i, p. 81 tipped in
A cornice round the gateway goes (incomplete)
hou01423c00023
MS Eng 569.66, 60v
A country lass, for such was she here
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 50v
A country state
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 48v
A courtier's tongue for flattery
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 98
A crop of honor 'tis he reaps
hou01423c00050
MS Eng 645, 19
A crown of ivy! I submit my head
hou01423c00234
MS Keats *EC8.K2262. 817p(D), leaf preceding the title-page
A curse attends that woman's love
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 50v
A damsel, I'm told, of a delicate mold
hou01423c00029
MS Eng 512, 65v
A deeper peace than in the deserts found (incomplete)
A dialogue I chance to hear as I a-musing stood
hou01423c00026
MS Eng 834, folder 1
A doleful time of weeping tears
hou01423c00001
MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. ii, p. 167
A due reflection on our state
hou01423c00490
MS Eng 680, 58
A dusty wife's daughter
hou01423c00445
MS Eng 1491 (3), 23v
A face deformed a vizard fair doth hide
hou01423c00395
MS Typ 14, 91
A fair country and vines also (incomplete)
hou01423c00101
MS Eng 265.6, v. 4
A fair maid sat in her bower door
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 64v
A fair maid went into the corn (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxii, 233
A fair there is whose well-earned happy lot
hou01423c00200
MS Eng 1316, 1
A fairer face of evening cannot be (incomplete)
hou01423c00417
*EC8. W8915.838s, p. 34
A fairer person lost not heaven; he seemed (incomplete)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, ii, 94v
A famous assembly was summoned of late
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 26
A famous poetess has lately writ
hou01423c00435
MS Eng 633, 75v
A farmer there lived in the North Country
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxi, 79
A fast rays it drives into a stound (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
A fellow that was troubled with a wife (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 49
A fencer and a roaring boy late meeting
hou01423c00035
MS Eng 247.5, 44v
A firm accord in forces that are weak
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 99v
A fisherman he had been in his youth (incomplete)
hou01423c00144
MS Eng 1274, ch. 130
A flower was offered to me
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A foe's miscarriage speak not, tho' you know
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 99v
A fool and knave with diff'rent views
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 14v
A founder of new fashions The revolution of all shapes and habits (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2 (twice)
A fox, in life's extreme decay
hou01423c00057
MS Eng 1038.2, 34v
A fox may steal your hens, sir
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A frankeleyn there was in his companye (incomplete)
hou01423c00099
MS Typ 560, 25v
A Freeman and yet no man
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 13
A freeman yet no man
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 86v
A Frere there was, a wanton and a mery (incomplete)
hou01423c00099
MS Typ 560, 17v
A friend o' mine came here yestreen
hou01423c00500
MS Eng 1486 (3), 10
A friend sequester'd in a land remote
hou01423c00490
MS Eng 680, 10v
A frog he would a-wooing go, heigh ho, said Rowly
hou01423c00212
MS Thr 198, folder 140
A gallant younker in this land
hou01423c00001
MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. ii, p. 126
A gard'ner of peculiar taste
hou01423c00057
MS Eng 1038.2, 52v
A garrison? What else dost thou not here
hou01423c00050
MS Eng 645, 13v
A generous friendship no cold medium knows (incomplete)
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A gentle Manciple there was of the temple (incomplete)
hou01423c00099
MS Typ 560, 43v
A gentleman came o'er the sea
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, i, 17
A giant, sprung from the giant-race, who took (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 114v
A glorious, new, prophetic star
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 86v
A glorious people vibrated again (incomplete)
hou01423c00337
*EC8. Sh445. 929n, 19v
A godly maiden with one of her society
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 54v
A good man many wrongs and failings brooks
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 102
A good man there was of Relygyoun (incomplete)
hou01423c00099
MS Typ 560, 37v
A good persuasion more and more improve
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 98v
A good specimen gives his own history (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
A good wyfe there was besyde Bathe (incomplete)
hou01423c00099
MS Typ 560, 35v
A governor so just, so rare
hou01423c00212
MS Thr 198, folder 32
A great lord of late fell out with a thing
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 16v
A great man living holds much ground; the brim
hou01423c00494
MS Eng 606, 14v
A Grecian scoff is a wracking wheel (incomplete)
hou01423c00117
MS Eng 1167, 7
A grove I reach'd, where tuneful throstles sung (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 135v
A haunting music, sole perhaps and lone (incomplete)
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A heavy-laden cable-train
hou01423c00126
Autograph file, B: William Horace Brown, 1
A hell on earth, the afflicted mind dismayed (incomplete)
hou01423c00464
MS Eng 631, 3
A herald of arms there was sent
hou01423c00001
MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. i, p. 7v tipped in
A high desire, no speed, too early brings
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 96v
A homely hut, a rural cave
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 7v
A horse chewing on the bridle in the stable is but idle
hou01423c00001
MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. iii, p. 25
A huge fellowThat prose compound cannot but defile (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
A hundred and one by fifty divide
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A hungry vulture fastening on his prey
hou01423c00020
MS Eng 569.68, 6v
A husband and a wife oft disagreeing
hou01423c00224
MS Eng 121, 6
A jolly shepherd that sat on Zion hill
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A juggler long through all the town
hou01423c00057
MS Eng 1038.2, 46
A knight, landed knight came from the North Land
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxi, 25
A Knight there was and that a worthy man (incomplete)
hou01423c00099
MS Typ 560, 7v
A lad and a lass met on the green
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 212v
A laddie and a lassie dwelt in the south country
hou01423c00450
MS Eng 1497, ii, 159v
A lady lately that was fully sped
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 55
A lady looked out at her castle wa'
hou01423c00500
MS Eng 1486 (3), 51
A lady once lived but a mile from an oak
hou01423c00411
*82-408, 130
A lady that a kiss doth take
hou01423c00018
MS Eng 1323, 47
A Lancashire farmer who had a fair wife
hou01423c00445
MS Eng 1491 (3), 33
A lass that was loaden with care
hou01423c00029
MS Eng 512, 36v
A lassie was laden with care
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 185v
A lassie went out in an evening clear
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A laystall this, Apollo spoke the word
hou01423c00494
MS Eng 606, 42v
A leaden sword within a golden sheath
hou01423c00395
MS Typ 14, 71
A life replete with grief the gods decree (incomplete)
hou01423c00464
MS Eng 631, 7v
A linnet's nest with anxious care
hou01423c00212
MS Thr 198, folder 34
A lion tired with state affairs
hou01423c00057
MS Eng 1038.2, 13v
A little black thing among the snow
hou01423c00117
MS Eng 1167, 54
A little did my mother ken (incomplete)
hou01423c00489
MS Eng 1470, 123
A little learning, twenty grains of sense
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 118v
A little longer yeta little longer
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A little shallop floating near the shore (incomplete)
hou01423c00144
MS Eng 1274, ch. 127
A little shallop, floating there hard by (incomplete)
hou01423c00144
MS Eng 1274, ch. 103
A little time I dwell below
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 32
A little 'tis, a poor man's want sustains
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 99v
A load of guts wrapt in a sallow skin
hou01423c00435
MS Eng 633, 81v
A long, long kiss, a kiss of youth and love (incomplete)
hou01423c00144
MS Eng 1274, ch. 83
A long preludium, where the matter's full
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A louse without license a man does molest
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 12
A lovely being, scarcely formed or moulded (incomplete)
hou01423c00144
MS Eng 1274, ch. 63
A lovely flower cropped in its prime
hou01423c00017
MS Am 929, 86v
A lovely maid to a friar came
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A lover ne'er despairing
hou01423c00029
MS Eng 512, 8
A lover's passion rightly to declare
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 99
A lowly cottage, underneath a hill
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 81v
A lusty swain was cleaving of a block
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 34v
A maid called Peggie
hou01423c00445
MS Eng 1491 (3), 61
A maid is like the golden oar
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 48
A man had some few days been ill
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 132
A man I sing whom memory reveres (incomplete)
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A man of bus'ness won't till ev'ning dine (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 122v
A man so lost In the wild ways of passion, that he's sensible (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
A mangled corse. She must not know my fate (incomplete)
hou01423c00042
MS Eng 265.2, folder 1
A marbled Caesar pinnion'd to a throne (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 52
A Marchaunt there was, with a longe berde (incomplete)
hou01423c00099
MS Typ 560, 19v
A merchant of London, as many report
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 111
A mighty lion, lord of all the wood
hou01423c00089
MS Eng 266, 79
A mighty lion, lord of all the wood (incomplete)
hou01423c00464
MS Eng 631, 20
A mighty spire whose top doth pierce the sky
hou01423c00395
MS Typ 14, 7
A mighty window hollow in the center
hou01423c00446
MS Eng 630, 3
A milder horror let the muse explore
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 18
A mirror that the toilette graced
hou01423c00212
MS Thr 198, folder 39
A mist arose, as from a scummy marsh (incomplete)
hou01423c00144
MS Eng 1274, ch. 95
A mistress I've lost it is true
hou01423c00107
MS Eng 692, 56
A mittimus, a warrant, a release
hou01423c00387
MS Eng 228, 4
A modish upstart pesterer of the town
hou01423c00035
MS Eng 247.5, 74
A moment, doubtful of the sound (incomplete)
hou01423c00074
MS Eng 265.1, folder 9
A moment more Our feet were soft in flowers. Hurry o'er (incomplete)
hou01423c00179
MS Keats 3.2, 238
A monk there was, faire for the maistrie (incomplete)
hou01423c00099
MS Typ 560, 15v
A monkey, to reform the times
hou01423c00057
MS Eng 1038.2, 20v
A monster in the course of vice grown old
hou01423c00034
MS Eng 768 (vol. 2), 19v
A mother dead! and am I from the throne
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 57
A mother who vast pleasure finds
hou01423c00057
MS Eng 1038.2, 4v
A mystery Somewhat above our art (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
A new Nercissus I admire
hou01423c00446
MS Eng 630, 21v
A Newcastle man with a Hall man fell in
hou01423c00212
MS Thr 198, folder 47
A noble young squire that liv'd in the west
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 100
A novice gallant that beyond the seas
hou01423c00035
MS Eng 247.5, 3v
A nymph and a swain to Apollo once prayed
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 63v
A nymph whenas the summer beams
hou01423c00001
MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. ii, p. 138
A page, a knight, a baronet, and an earl
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 10
A palace that is more uneasy far (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 74
A pale dream came to a lady fair
hou01423c00338
MS Eng 258.3, 4
A paltry wretch he had, half-starved
hou01423c00136
MS Eng 1132, 3
A paper book is sent by Boyle
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 129
A papist dwelling to a Brownist near
hou01423c00224
MS Eng 121, 2v
A peace, a peace, whilst every one doth seek
hou01423c00050
MS Eng 645, 14v
A petty sneaking knave I knew
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A pilgrim truly here I am
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 47v
A pin who long had served a beauty
hou01423c00057
MS Eng 1038.2, 23
A place there is most solemn to the sight
hou01423c00405
MS Eng 623
A plain built house, after so long a stay
hou01423c00070
MS Thr 32, 1
A plain there was, called life, extended wide
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 122
A pleasant grove In which were oakis great, straight as a line (incomplete)
hou01423c00054
MS Eng 731, folder 275, 30
A poet, starving in a garret (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 97
A sailor courted a farmer's daughter
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, v, 90v
A sailor courted a lovely damsel
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, v, 66v
A single rose is shedding there (incomplete)
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, v, 87
A poet's rage And stretched metre of an antique song (incomplete)
hou01423c00181
MS Keats 3.3, p. 51
A politician is the devil's quilted anvil (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 5v
A poor court-bankrupt, outwitted and lost (incomplete)
hou01423c00280
MS Keats 2.24.2
A poor man's name choose rather to abide
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 101v
A poor old man weighed down with years
hou01423c00303
MS Eng 971, 2
A pow'r so vast and so egregious (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 40
A power that never ceased to abide in him (incomplete)
hou01423c00304
MS Eng 327 (4), p. 2
A pox of the fooling and plotting
hou01423c00435
MS Eng 633, 58v
A pox on the times, let them go as ye will, tho' the taxes are grown so heavy
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 28
A pox upon Britain took George for their king
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, vi, 33
A primrose by the river's brim
hou01423c00363
MS Eng 1461, 69
A prince, within the circle of whose mind (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 86
A proper new ballad which without any fail
hou01423c00001
MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. i, p. 43 tipped in
A proud and spangled sir (incomplete)
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MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
A proud and spangled sir, That looks three handfuls higher than his foretop (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
A queen, great Dima's daughter, Priam's wife (incomplete)
hou01423c00464
MS Eng 631, 13v
A rake, by every passion ruled
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MS Eng 1038.2, 36
A rattling, roaring Willie
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MS Eng 1497, ii, 98v
A raw young fellow; One never train'd up in arms, but rather fashion'd (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 34
A reverend and esteemed divine (incomplete)
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MS Am 2349, ii, p. 238
A reverend sage, of learning most profound
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MS Typ 14, 12v
A robe of seeming truth and trust
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MS Am 1428 (168)
A rogue that played then more false pranks (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 43
A rueful will! Behold too lost to sense (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
A sacrifice to thee, O Lord, is due
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MS Eng 625, 209
A sail! a saila promised prize to hope (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1274, ch. 65
A satyr once did run away for dread
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MS Eng 1494, 6
A seaman of Dover, whose excellent parts
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A second part I bring you here
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MS Eng 895, 73
A secret seldom seen, that women counsel keep
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MS Eng 686, 14
A sensitive plant in a garden grew
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*EC8. Sh445. 929n, 1
A Sergiaunt of Lawe, ware and wyse (incomplete)
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MS Typ 560, 23v
A sessions was held the other day
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MS Eng 703, 70
A shoemaker (an odd conceited clown)
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MS Eng 247.5, 42v
A shipman was there, wonning fer by west (incomplete)
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MS Typ 560, 31v
A sickly taper, glimmering feeble rays (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, i, 8
A sickness sore that doth in secret wound
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MS Typ 14, 96
A silly John, surprised with joy
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A silly poor shepherd
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MS Eng 520, 42
A silly shepherd lately sat
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MS Eng 1495, 11v
A simple solitary flower
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MS Eng 1461, 201
A skillful leader, stout, severe
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MS Eng 1132, 3
A slender Young waiting damsel to attend her (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1132, 5
A slow tongue betokens modesty
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MS Eng 686, 12v
A snake which used in privacy to dwell
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MS Eng 611, i, 12v
A snarling cur did in the manger lie
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MS Typ 14, 36
A sneaking cur, the master spies
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MS Eng 1038.2, 31v
A soldier must be stout and void of fear
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MS Eng 614, 100
A soldier should his enemy prevent
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MS Eng 247.5, 4v
A solemn feast great Jupiter did make
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MS Typ 14, 9
A solemn hush of spirit, he beholds (incomplete)
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MS Eng 947, a.l.s. to Cottle
A Sompnour there was with us in that place (incomplete)
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MS Typ 560, 47v
A star of late appeared in Virgo's train
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MS Eng 686, 52
A stone is found, which is not dear
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MS Eng 1488, 51
A storm that doth all things prostrate (incomplete)
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MS Eng 265.2, folder 4
A strange erratum in all the editions
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A stranger coming to the town
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MS Eng 686, 33v
A striking clock the hour declares (incomplete)
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MS Eng 265.6, v. 4
A suit, ye gods, since ye alone can tell
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MS Am 1369, 1
A sword and a charm, two good essentials
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MS Thr 198, folder 40
A sword is waving o'er the land
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MS Eng 1227, 57v
A table richly spread in regal mode (incomplete)
hou01423c00308
MS Lowell 6, 2
A tale it is such as bears (incomplete)
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MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
A tale which may content the minds (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
A temper not too soon offended
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MS Keats 3.13, i, 16
A thankful heart hath earned one favor twice (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 139
A thirsty dog to Nilus runs to drink
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MS Typ 14, 38
A thousand and six and sixty years
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MS Eng 628, 52v
A thousand deaths I'd rather choose to die (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 98v
A thousand years five hundred and four score
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MS Eng 757, 2v
A tower of brass, doors strongly barred (incomplete)
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MS Eng 631, 5v
A trader on the sea to riches grew
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MS Am 567, 22
A tragical story I have to relate
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 93v
A treat so copious, so immense a mind (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 64
A trifling story you'll hear
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MS Eng 512, 38
A trinitarian to a Johnian said
hou01423c00015
MS Eng 569.63, 33v
A troop of soldiers in Edinburgh
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MS Eng 1491 (3), 50v
A truce, ye devils, take possession
hou01423c00212
MS Thr 198, folder 40
A true friend's love must like a chimney be
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 13
A true friend's love must like a privy be
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 13
A trumpeter the captain's captive led
hou01423c00395
MS Typ 14, 76
A tumor's raised in counsels rumps
hou01423c00050
MS Eng 645, 37
A [ ] upon a straw
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MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. iii, p. 4v
A very pretty fancy, a brave gallant show
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 27v
A victory! . . . It will pluck out all grey hair (incomplete)
hou01423c00144
MS Eng 1274, ch. 33
A virgin fair and pure four lustre's old
hou01423c00387
MS Eng 228, 4
A virgin most pure as the prophet doth tell
hou01423c00473
MS Eng 1507, Christmas carrols, 1767, 9
A virgin most pure as the prophets doth tell
hou01423c00474
MS Eng 1507, Christmas carrols, [ca. 1777], 4
A virgin most pure the prophet doth tell
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MS Eng 1507, John Webb: his book, 1777, 9
virgin once there was, whom heav'n design'd (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 101v
A virgin once was walking along
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 28
A virgin unspotted the prophet foretold
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MS Eng 1507, Christmas carrols, [ca. 1777], 27
A virgin's life who would be leaving
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MS Eng 612, ii, 49
A virtuous lady, sitting in a muse
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MS Eng 686, 34v
A virtuous young lady ingenious and fair
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 5v
A vizor and a mask are whispering rooms (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 3
A waving sea of heads was round me spread (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 98
A weary body's blithe when the sun gangs down
hou01423c00450
MS Eng 1497, i, 14v
A wedding, a wedding, a wedding ye kenn'd
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 222v
A wee bird cam to our ha' door
hou01423c00450
MS Eng 1497, i, 50v
A well-spent hour gives every one content
hou01423c00047
MS Eng 520, 106
A while rash fair, forget your gay delights
hou01423c00026
MS Eng 834, folder 2
A wife's like a guinea in gold (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 18v
A wig that's full, ane empty scull
hou01423c00029
MS Eng 512, 68v
A windmill fair that all things had to grind
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MS Typ 14, 36v
A wolf with hunger fierce and bold
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MS Eng 1038.2, 24
A woman at St. James's
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MS Eng 616, i, 14
A woman's goodness when she is a wife (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2 (twice)
A woman's rule should be in such a fashion (incomplete)
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A woman's ware, like china
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 14
A wonder, world! be't for thy eight enrolled
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MS Eng 699, 26
A word is ringing through my brain
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MS Am 1428 (168)
A word must be added, and then I have done
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MS Eng 926, 57
A word once said, Adam was made
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MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. i, p. 40
A word once spoke
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MS Eng 639, 20
A wound full of measure
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MS Eng 686, 49
A yeoman had he and servants no mo (incomplete)
hou01423c00099
MS Typ 560, 11v
A young cook married was on Monday last
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MS Eng 686, 33v
A young L. gained my heart
hou01423c00029
MS Eng 512, 92v
A young man came to my bower door
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A young physician (incomplete)
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MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
A young physicianThat letting God alone, ascribes to Nature (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
A youth once free and happy, now a slave
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MS Eng 602, 57
A youthful prince in prime of lusty years
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MS Typ 14, 15v
A zealous locksmith died of late
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MS Eng 686, 54v
A' the skippers of bonny Lothain
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MS Eng 1498, 18
A' ye who daily sigh and pray (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, ii, p. 238
Abhorred silence first invades the ear (incomplete)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 65
Abhorred the man, whom fate ordains, in spite
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MS Eng 611, ii, 103
Abou Ben Adhem (may his tribe increase!)
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Autograph file, H: Leigh Hunt, 1
About the age of twenty-six
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 219v
About the arrow swift Echeneis slow doth fold
hou01423c00395
MS Typ 14, 74
About the time that I shall be (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 26v
About this Sir Isaac folks made a great pother
hou01423c00015
MS Eng 569.63, 35v
About Yule when the wind blew cool
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Above his neighbors he exalts his horn (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, ii, 70v
Above my happy place prepare
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 41
Above the sylphs their gaudy camps unfold (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 90
Above these petty lamps which gild the night (incomplete)
hou01423c00020
MS Eng 569.68, 6
Abroad after misses most husbands will roam
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 4v
Absence, hear my protestation
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Absence, hear thou my protestation
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Absence of occupation is not rest (incomplete)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 81
Absence renews the matrimonial bond
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 15
Abstemious thou those cheaper dainties choose
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 115
Abstinence sows sand all over
hou01423c00117
MS Eng 1167, 53
Accept, dear sire, this humble tribute paid
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 125
Accept, my lord, this glittering thing
hou01423c00026
MS Eng 834, folder 3
According to the flesh, this woman Ruth
hou01423c00358
MS Typ 49, 30v
Accordingly up starts the shade (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 81
Accordingly we walked and prattled (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 78v
Accurst be thy wreathThou ill-titled the brave
hou01423c00039
MS Eng 926, 79
Achitophell led on the black forlorn
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MS Eng 1143
A-courting I went to my love
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 32
Actaeon here, unhappy man behold
hou01423c00395
MS Typ 14, 26v
Adam had fallen twice if instead of an apple
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 21v
Adam, the godliest of men since born (incomplete)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 64v
Add all to man that man's perfection makes
hou01423c00471
MS Eng 602F, 66v
Adieu, adieuO kind and mild
hou01423c00348
MS Am 1301.2, opening 61
Adieu, adieu, O let me, let me go
hou01423c00040
MS Eng 1107, folder 1
Adieu, madam, my mother dear
hou01423c00472
MS Eng 1500, 19
Adieu, vain life, thou childish bubble, blown (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 55v
Adieu ye pleasant sports and plays
hou01423c00029
MS Eng 512, 55
Adieu, ye pleasures of the sylvan scene (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 65
Admire, all weakness wrongeth right
hou01423c00049
MS Eng 757, 87
Admire those shining lamps that hang above (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 75v
Admired in Germany, adored in France
hou01423c00033
MS Eng 768 (vol. 1), 42v
Adored ghost, or what e'er does remain
hou01423c00025
MS Eng 703, 20v
Adorned with all that's splendid here below
hou01423c00026
MS Eng 834, folder 4
Adsoe, adsoe!
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 42
Advantages of ancestry and birth
hou01423c00456
MS Eng 584, 28v
Adventures rueful, marvellous and deep (incomplete)
hou01423c00314
MS Eng 1260 Folder 47
Adversity's termed, rightly, wisdom's school
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 98
Advice, Cosmelia, by the wise is lov'd
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 77
Ae misty noon I laid me down
hou01423c00472
MS Eng 1500, 43
AEneas bears his father out of Troy
hou01423c00395
MS Typ 14, 84
Affection when I know it, is but there (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
Afflictions though they seem severe
hou01423c00014
MS Eng 1143
Afric is all the sun's; and, as her earth (incomplete)
hou01423c00144
MS Eng 1274, ch. 38
Aft hae I heard o' an auld man
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 106
Aft owre the bent, with heather blent (incomplete)
hou01423c00503
MS Eng 1486 (4), 25
After dark vapors have oppressed our plains
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After death nothing is and nothing death
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After drought cometh rain, after pleasure
hou01423c00001
MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. iii, 4v
Aftir him regnid his son full right (incomplete)
hou01423c00437
MS Eng 534 (twice)
Aftir him regnid his son thanne (incomplete)
hou01423c00437
MS Eng 534
Aftir him regnid thanne (incomplete)
hou01423c00437
MS Eng 534
Aftir him regnid thanne his son (incomplete)
hou01423c00437
MS Eng 534
Aftir him regnid the thirde Harry (incomplete)
hou01423c00437
MS Eng 534
After I've beat thee into one main bruise (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
After our loves, to that blest place we'll go (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 26
After so many sad complaints to us
hou01423c00125
MS Eng 808 (8), 3
After so many sad mishaps
hou01423c00465
MS Eng 636F, 77v
After the creed, O holy pastors say
hou01423c00385
MS Eng 159, 31
After the hottest day comes languidest (incomplete)
hou01423c00292
MS Keats 2.25
After the pangs of a desperate lover
hou01423c00029
MS Eng 512, 33v
After thinking this fortnight of Whig and of Tory
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After those reverend papers, whose soul is
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After was not sae sweet as she (incomplete)
hou01423c00489
MS Eng 1470, 288
Aftir William regnid another (incomplete)
hou01423c00437
MS Eng 534
After writing Poor Jack, and Poor Tom, with a zeal
hou01423c00212
MS Thr 198, folder 53
Again I stopagain the toil refuse
hou01423c00228
MS Eng 802, 1
Again miscreants the Emperor Sigismonde
hou01423c00409
MS Eng 766, 385
Again the birds on bush and tree
hou01423c00030
MS Eng 1504, 20v
Again the year's decline, midst storms and floods
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Again to them he lovingly doth write
hou01423c00358
MS Typ 49, 124
Against a cocoa trunk (incomplete)
hou01423c00074
MS Eng 265.1, folder 8
Against an elm a sheep was tied
hou01423c00057
MS Eng 1038.2, 12
Against such odds if Edward could succeed (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 103v
Against the charms our ballocks have
hou01423c00465
MS Eng 636F, 38v
Against the multiplicity of watches (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2 (twice)
Ah balmy peace, thy tranquil power
hou01423c00440
MS Mus 237, ii, 13v
Ah! beauteous nymph, whoe'er thou art
hou01423c00039
MS Eng 926, 53
Ah Blessed Jesu! how couldst thou
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 84
Ah! can I e'er forget the happy hour
hou01423c00440
MS Mus 237, i, 5
Ah charity! our helpless nature's pride
hou01423c00021
MS Eng 569.65, 25
Ah, Cloe, resolvetime hastily flies
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 27
Ah cruel fate! all this thou didst foreshow (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 76v
Ah dearest love! sweet home of all my fears (incomplete)
hou01423c00271
MS Keats 2.30
Ah death! ah death! thou hast cut down
hou01423c00021
MS Eng 569.65, 15
Ah, fleeting spirit! wand'ring fire
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 87v
Ah, foolish swain, what frenzy haunts thy mind (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 101
Ah, gentle, fleeting, wavering sprite
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 42
Ah gentle wind, if e'er thou didst suspire
hou01423c00028
MS Eng 626, 22
Ah hapless book! whose harlot leaves admit
hou01423c00021
MS Eng 569.65, 24
Ah, happy are we anchorites that know
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 79v
Ah happy book! whose ready leaves admit
hou01423c00021
MS Eng 569.65, 24
Ah how sweet it is to love
hou01423c00460
MS Eng 586, 236v
Ah, learn from me the fate of earthly things
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 44v
Ah, let no more the tear-swol'n eye
hou01423c00039
MS Eng 926, 5v
Ah loved and lost! This dear regret
hou01423c00039
MS Eng 926, 78v
Ah, lovely appearance of death
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Ah, madam, is your lifePeace, I am not at leisure now to lose (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 44
Ah me, alas, I'm almost wild
hou01423c00212
MS Thr 198, folder 4
Ah me! howsoe'ereach prospect changed and fled (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 32
Ah! me, my soul, where shall I find relief?
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 72
Ah! me! Sir Herbert Jenner, Sir Herbert Jenner Fust
hou01423c00024
MS Eng 569.67, 6
Ah, might I dream in some soft hour (incomplete)
hou01423c00023
MS Eng 569.66, 43
Ah mother dear, when we were thine
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xviii, p. 27
Ah my dear brother, though you're gone
hou01423c00017
MS Am 929, 98
Ah! my dear Lord, whose changeless love
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 123
Ah no! Had I ne'er been deceived
hou01423c00107
MS Eng 692, 42
Ah! now you've hit the way with ease
hou01423c00011
MS Am 1369, 6
Ah! Phillis why are you less tendre
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 57
Ah poor conceit pull down delight, thy pleasant days are done
hou01423c00441
MS Eng 1495, 20v
Ah, poor Olinda, never boast
hou01423c00471
MS Eng 602F, 44v
Ah, Posthumous, our years hence fly
hou01423c00028
MS Eng 626, 30
Ah Rawleigh, when thy breath thou didst resign
hou01423c00401
MS Eng 624, 51
Ah! see Johnnie Fa, sirs, pursued by the fair
hou01423c00450
MS Eng 1497, ii, 152
Ah! Sheelah in sorrow
hou01423c00480
MS Eng 1505, 14
Ah, shepherd, gentle shepherd, spare
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 85
Ah, tell me no more my dear girl with a sigh
hou01423c00021
MS Eng 569.65, 3
Ah! 'tis too much relentless fate
hou01423c00014
MS Eng 1143
Ah, though I own no oath of love
hou01423c00107
MS Eng 692, 48
Ah, were her love like mine
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 64
Ah! what could he do in this pitiful plight
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 99
Ah what rapture now fills my soul
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MS Mus 237, ii, 13v
Ah! wherefore yields it to a foul constraint (incomplete)
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*EC8. W8915.838s, p. 395
Ah! who can e'er forget so fair a being?
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MS Keats 3.12, 28
Ah! why so brief the visit? short his stay?
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MS Am 1817.2 (20), 4
Ah! woe is me! poor silver-wing
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MS Keats 3.6, p. 61
Ah, wretch, in thy Corinna's love unblessed
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MS Eng 626, 55v
Aid me, Bellona; what strange news is this
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Aid me, ye muses, while I loud complain (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, iii, 106v
Airs that wander and whisper 'round
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MS Am 1622, folder 21
Alas, dear Patrick, every year
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MS Keats 3.13, i, 31v
Alas, for shame, how dare I sue
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MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. ii, p. 166
Alas! for the bright promise of our youth
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MS Keats 3.13, i, 7v
Alas! how light a cause will move
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Ms Am 1034, 25
Alas, how long shall I bewail
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MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. i, p. 62
Alas! how soon did man, created pure (incomplete)
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*EC8. W8915.838s, p. 362
Alas! how unworthy am I
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MS Thr 198, insert at p. 120 of bound volume following folder 142
Alas, I am content, resolve thou then
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MS Eng 703, 11v
Alas, I die, and dare not tell wherefore
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MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 266
Alas! I now am weary grown
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Alas! my good friends, all the talents are gone
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MS Eng 569.63, 3
Alas, no longer now appear
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MS Eng 611, i, 4
Alas! poor Bell! and shall thy coat
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MS Eng 692, 46v
Alas, poor face (How do I grieve thy wrong and me thy case
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MS Eng 686, 37v
Alas, quoth Mar, and woe is me
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MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 98
Alas, sweet youth, what is thy blood so stayed
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MS Eng 686, 81
Alas that it should e'er have been
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MS Eng 630, 4v
Alas! the great As dead
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MS Eng 569.65, 36
Alas, thou know'st, Valeria, woman's heart (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, ii, 101
Alas! what drove him mad? . . . I cannot say
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MS Eng 1274, ch. 92
Alexis shunned his fellow swains,
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MS Eng 512, 78v
All arts and sciences he knew (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, ii, 40
All born on earth must die. Destruction reigns
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MS Eng 611, i, 36
All cannot rule, for many rulers bring (incomplete)
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MS Eng 631, 1v
All compliance apart
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MS Eng 834, folder 5
All crimes are judged like fornication, while rich we're honest no doubt
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MS Eng 1038.1, 10v
All dainty meat I do defy
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MS Eng 686, 79v
All dead! and all my trophies! work for groves (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, iii, 33
All except trivial points, grew out of date (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, ii, 54v
All flesh is frail, and subject to decay
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MS Eng 612, ii, 12
All flesh is grass and withereth like the hay
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MS Typ 14, 93
All friendship is a mutual debt
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MS Eng 1038.1, 10v
All gentle folk who owe a grudge
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MS Keats 3.10, (26)
All gentlemen and yeomen good
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxv, 592
All glory to th'Eternal Three
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MS Eng 614, 122v
All goostly songis and ympnes that be songe
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MS Eng 1482, Harl 2255, 17
All graces of thy sex in thee I find
hou01423c00405
MS Eng 623
All hail, great lady, may your life be long
hou01423c00405
MS Eng 623
All hail, sweet poet, full of more strange fire
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MS Eng 966.1, 24
All hail, sweet poet, more full of more strange fire
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All hail, sweet poet, more full of more strong fire
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All health to her in whose bright form we find
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MS Eng 768 (vol. 1), 31
All human things are subject to decay
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MS Eng 636F, 84
All humble worth she strove to raise (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, ii, 94
All in the downs the fleet was moored
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MS Eng 512, 47v
All in the town of London
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MS Eng 624, 27v
All in vain imploring hands (incomplete)
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MS Eng 265.2, folder 4
All is silent, all is still!
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MS Eng 935, urn, 44v
All kings and all their favorites
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All men are Philosophers to their inches (incomplete)
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MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
All my endeavors, all my hopes, depend
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All my senses stand amazed
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MS Eng 1495, 23
All myn herte I gave unto his holde (incomplete)
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MS Typ 560, 35v
All nature's charms in Sunderland appear
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MS Eng 768 (vol. 1), 41v
All night he wakes, and sighs, and wears away (incomplete)
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MS Eng 616, i, 23
All other books bear an uncertain rate (incomplete)
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MS Eng 616, i, 32
All other loves are mere catching of dottrels (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
All pictures thats painted with sense and with thought
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All praise to him who hath now turned
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All praise to thee, my God, this night
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 12
All science buried, sails and cities lost (incomplete)
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MS Am 1448 (nos. 20-63), 52
All seems infected, that the infected spy (incomplete)
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All sorrows are forever gone
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MS Thr 198, folder 90
All spices, perfumes, and sweet powders
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MS Eng 1132, 5
All thanks be to God
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MS Eng 616, ii, 47v
All that have eyes, now wake and weep
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All that is perfect which th' heaven beautifies
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MS Eng 266, 63v
All that was mortal near this hillock lies
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MS Eng 1323, 21
All that which Egypt whilom did devise
hou01423c00089
MS Eng 266, 66
All th' autumnal scenes are past
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MS Eng 926, 24v
All the distinctions of this little life (incomplete)
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MS Eng 680, verso of final leaf
All the great products which from God do flow
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MS Eng 625, 152
All the long night with cold and hollow blast
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 56
All the news that's stirring now
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All the perfections of both sexes joined
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MS Eng 703, 49v
All the rich treasure, Alexander left (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, iii, 26v
All things are hushed, the sun's meridian ray (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 68v
All this with indignation have I hurled
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MS Eng 636F, 47v
All tho' that been enemies to the king
hou01423c00409
MS Eng 766, 387v
All thy werkes and excede (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1482, Add. 29729, 127v
All times their scenes of pompous woes afford (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 74
All to the Swan, beside the Change
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MS Eng 629, 117
All upstarts, insolent in place
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MS Eng 1038.2, 29v
All wailing with unutterable woes (incomplete)
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MS Eng 265, 23v
All war on all, the butchers of each other (incomplete)
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MS Eng 569.68, 7
All we have is God's, and yet
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MS Eng 631, 54
All women are like tricks by slight of hand (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 67v
All you in Kilultagh that are not combined
hou01423c00405
MS Eng 623
All you maidens fair, pray a while draw near
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, i, p. 135
All you that are to mirth inclined
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All you that delight in a frolicsome song
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All you that delight in a jest that is true
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MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 137v
All you that delight to be merry, come see
hou01423c00346
MS Eng 785, 43v
All you that do to love belong
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MS Eng 1491 (3), 74v
All you that have a jovial mind
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 191v
All you that know men and for virgins would pass
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All you that lovers be, and love the amorous trade
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 32v
All you that with good ale do hold
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MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. i, p. 43
All you who delight in stories so bright
hou01423c00487
MS Eng 1501, 3v
All you who wish to see fine sight
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MS Eng 1038.1, 76
All your resources! mighty phrase
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All's common now, since commonwealths bear sway
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MS Eng 645, 83v
Almighty God, from whom all mercies flow
hou01423c00405
MS Eng 623
Almighty judge, how shall poor wretches brook
hou01423c00464
MS Eng 631, 38v
Almighty Master (on whose power divine)
hou01423c00385
MS Eng 159, 3
Almighty Saviour, when I see
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 85
Along the banks when Babel's current flows
hou01423c00114
MS Am 1448 (nos. 20-63), 62
Alphonso comes; like nature's god, he shows (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 9v


Alr-Ay
Already the fond thing obeyed is
hou01423c00212
MS Thr 198, folder 40
Although I be but a country lass
hou01423c00029
MS Eng 512, 53v
Although, Lucilius, I confess it true
hou01423c00405
MS Eng 623
Although the king yclept most Christian be
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 14
Although the world erst vexed my mind
hou01423c00049
MS Eng 757, 195
Although this book doth bear no author's name
hou01423c00358
MS Typ 49, 127
Although thy hand, and faith and good works too
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Although thy store be small for to begin
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MS Typ 14, 42
Am I to leave this haven of my rest (incomplete)
hou01423c00144
MS Eng 1274, ch. 126
Amaze us not with that majestic frown
hou01423c00471
MS Eng 602F, 10
Ambition is The only god he serves, to whom he'd sacrifice (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 99v
Ambition, stooping popularly low (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 124v
Amid the desolation of a city
hou01423c00336
MS Eng 822, 4
Amidst the heroes which did grace the days
hou01423c00405
MS Eng 623
Amidst the storms of raging AEolus
hou01423c00035
MS Eng 247.5, 13
Amidst the waves a mighty rock doth stand
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 73
Among boorys, beerys, and leonnys (incomplete)
hou01423c00406
MS Eng 1482, Harl 2255, 146v
Among the broom unseen
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Among the humbler worthies at our feet (incomplete)
hou01423c00375
MS Eng 327
Among the many warm addresses
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 54
Among the men coquettes we find, who court by turns all woman kind
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MS Eng 1038.1, 50v
Among the Presbyterian race
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MS Eng 1491 (3), 18v
Among the race of England's modern peers
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MS Eng 633, 57
Among the rest a shepherd, though but young (incomplete)
hou01423c00188
MS Keats 3.12, 29
Among the sweet pleasures of a happy life
hou01423c00190
MS Keats 3.4, 7
Among the woes of those unhappy wights
hou01423c00441
MS Eng 1495, 41
Amongst the loud congratulating choir
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*EC65. Se 785. 715e, flyleaf preceding title-page
Amongst these there a barber was (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 61
Amount, my soul, from earth awhile
hou01423c00001
MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. i, p. 90
Amyntas, come away
hou01423c00387
MS Eng 228, 9
An adieu should in utterance die
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 8
An aged crone who scarce can draw her breath
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 97
An aged dame in reverence of the dead
hou01423c00395
MS Typ 14, 17
An aged oak, with hoary moss o'erspread (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 112
An aged saying, and a true (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
An aged tree whose sap is almost spent
hou01423c00395
MS Typ 14, 37v
An album's like the dream of hope
hou01423c00137
MS Eng 601.66, 8
An artist painted time and love
hou01423c00078
MS Eng 1094, 49
An earl to wander O'Hannon was doomed (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, ii, p. 238
An early offer of him to your sight
hou01423c00438
MS Eng 540
An end of this book, or of this rude work
hou01423c00409
MS Eng 766, 470v
An epigram should be, if right
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, ii, 25
An Haberdasher there was and a Carpenter (incomplete)
hou01423c00099
MS Typ 560, 27v
An herb I sing whose worth to tell
hou01423c00405
MS Eng 623
An hideous dragon, dreadful to behold (incomplete)
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An honorable sale of Dunkirke was made
hou01423c00401
MS Eng 624, 25
An idler is a watch that wants both hands (incomplete)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 81
An infant when it gazes on the light
hou01423c00446
MS Eng 630, 18v
An Irishman of late
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An isle there is by surging seas embrac'd (incomplete)
hou01423c00464
MS Eng 631, 15v
An my good lord has been at hame (incomplete)
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, vi, 7
An oak from age to age had stood
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MS Eng 1323, 20
An obscure topic, double light is necessary (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
An old and thoughtless clown had lost his way
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*82-408, 150v
An old felt hat upon his head (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. i, p. 7v
An old maid early e'er I knew
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An old man's rehearsal what brave days he knew
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MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. iii, p. 22v
An old woman clothed in gray
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 60v
An orator, 'bove Tully, thou'lt be said
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 97
An owl of grave deport and mien
hou01423c00057
MS Eng 1038.2, 45v
An sae ye've treated me (incomplete)
hou01423c00498
MS Eng 1470, 10
An' sae ye've treated me, Jamie
hou01423c00500
MS Eng 1486 (3), 11
An usurer who made his god his gold
hou01423c00395
MS Typ 14, 70v
Ance I gaed out in an evening
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MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 213
Ancestral tendencies far down descend
hou01423c00169
MS Am 1817.2 (20), 12
And after this the gathering clouds amain (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 24
And all my knowledge is that joy is gone (incomplete)
hou01423c00144
MS Eng 1274, ch. 121
And all who since, in mild benighted days (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 47
And am I invited where
hou01423c00137
MS Eng 601.66, 7
And are you really, truly, now a Turk (incomplete)
hou01423c00144
MS Eng 1274, ch. 59
And art returned again with all thy faults
hou01423c00127
MS Eng 1278, folder 12-17. no. 14
And art thou soon to leave
hou01423c00422
MS Am 988, 8
And as a man would say in a word of two syllables nothing (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
And bless'd, forever bless'd, be Delia's heart (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 49
And canst thou leave thy Nancy
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 40
And canst thou, mother, for a moment think
hou01423c00446
MS Eng 630, 48v
And come to such a ghost as I am now (incomplete)
hou01423c00179
MS Keats 3.2, 238
And cramm'd 'em till their eyes did ache (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 63v
And crook the pregnant hinges of the knee (incomplete)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 80
And did the omnipotent eternal mind
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And dignity and folly we attain
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MS Eng 116.6, vi, 8
And do thou, vacation, deign (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, i, 112v
And does my Harriet still adhere (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, v, p. 177
And drinks, I may with justice say (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, ii, 74v
And ever he rode hinderest of the rout (incomplete)
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And first one universal shriek there rushed (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1274, ch. 29
And first the fears that trouble him within (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 84
And for because you shall not think that I (incomplete)
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MS Eng 265.6, v. 2 (twice)
And for his fee each man was willing (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 45
And (for my faith) lay this into your breast (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 4v
And force them as it were in spite
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, ii, 16v
And from that hour did I, with earnest thought (incomplete)
hou01423c00144
MS Eng 1274, ch. 9
And glory in the cross of Christ Jesu (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. i, p. 73 tipped in
And haply there the spirits of the blest (incomplete)
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*EC8. W8915.838s, p. 72
And hark! the signals round the coast
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MS Thr 198, folder 91
And has the vow of mortal love been breathed upon thine ear
hou01423c00422
MS Am 988, 5
And hast thou left us then, dear soul, must we
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 69
And here and there a solitary tree (incomplete)
hou01423c00045
MS Eng 265, 15v
And here and there I had her (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 70v
And here I ought to invoke some muse (incomplete)
hou01423c00212
MS Thr 198, folder 35
And here, methought, the praetor of the town (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 63v
And here might Pegasus his wings extend (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 69
And his legs carried it like a long fork
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And his scorched ribs the hot contagion fry'd (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 101v
And howsoever be it, well or ill (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2 (twice)
And I am willing to be thought (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
And I am willing to be thought A fool, that they more wisdom may be taught (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
And I do pray thee by thy utmost aim (incomplete)
hou01423c00179
MS Keats 3.2, 238v
And I Plied him cup after cup, until the drink (incomplete)
hou01423c00144
MS Eng 1274, ch. 112
And Ida green Is now the court of Paphos queen (incomplete)
hou01423c00346
MS Eng 785, 15v
And, if his praise can bring you all a-bed (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 6v
And if she comes, she shall not scape (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 125v
And in that spot the most endowing boon (incomplete)
hou01423c00179
MS Keats 3.2, 238
And is this all that earthly eye shall see
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MS Eng 1461, 77
And is this summer? and a sunshine day
hou01423c00405
MS Eng 623
And it was well built without and within (incomplete)
hou01423c00486
MS Eng 1470, 28
And jealous of the listening air (incomplete)
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EC. C 6795.817s (c) (formerly 19478.65), 13
And Jock, be kind to Jenny
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, v, 47
And joy's wild gleams light-flushing o'er thy face (incomplete)
hou01423c00085
MS Eng 947.2, 18
And kindly heat doth by desire
hou01423c00016
MS Eng 1015, 122v
And let some strange mysterious dream (incomplete)
hou01423c00098
MS Typ 603, folder 4
And let thy patriarch's desire
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MS Eng 966.4, 86
And like a lobster boiled, the morn (incomplete)
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MS Keats 3.13, ii, 17
And little Sir Hugh was there (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xviii, p. 20
And long may joys reciprocal succeed (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 68v
And look again shall music swell the breeze (incomplete)
hou01423c00446
MS Eng 630, 12
And love the high embowed roof (incomplete)
hou01423c00098
MS Typ 603, folder 4
And make a viler noise than swine (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 62v
And may our sweet affections (like the spheres) (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 3v
And may your piercing wit shine always bright (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 71v
And men possessed so shun all right of water (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
And men possessed so, shun all sight of water (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
And missing thee, I walk unseen (incomplete)
hou01423c00098
MS Typ 603, folder 4
And must it be to death then, must I go
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MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 229
And must our deaths be silenced too! I guess
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MS Eng 624, 68
And now around the busy change a show'r
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 21
And now at once, adventuresome, I send (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1274, ch. 17
And now, declining with his sloping wheels (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 134v
And now has my whole wretched life been free (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 102
And now he staggers, as the spirit flies (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 114v
And now Highgate and Cambridge both contend
hou01423c00405
MS Eng 623
And now his limbs were lean, his scattered hair (incomplete)
hou01423c00144
MS Eng 1274, ch. 91
And now I'm in the world alone (incomplete)
hou01423c00144
MS Eng 1274, ch. 6
And now it's time for their officious haste
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MS Eng 636F, 91v
And now, my noble friend, proceed no farther (incomplete)
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MS Eng 619, 2
And now my wand'ring thoughts are not confin'd (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 50
And now on fancy's easy wing convey'd (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 46v
And now she beginneth to see
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MS Eng 540
And now, ten days in tedious travel past (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 39
And now the ruler of the golden day (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 60
And now the scorching sun was mounted high (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 135
And now th'illusive flame, oft seen at eve (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 27v
And now to be brief we'll pass over the rest
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 67v
And now to heaven's Eternal King
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MS Am 1448 (nos. 20-63), no. 48
And now, transported o'er so vast a plain (incomplete)
hou01423c00052
MS Eng 233.1, 26
And O contemptible physic! that dost take
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
And, O it was a pheasant cock (incomplete)
hou01423c00344
MS Eng 862, 205
And O! what numbers shall I find to tell (incomplete)
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 50v
And oft I thought (my fancy was so strong) (incomplete)
And oh! that quickening of the heart, that beat (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1274, ch. 60
And on the silly poor harper's wife (incomplete)
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MS Am 2349, xxvii, 804
And on the sand would I make signs to range (incomplete)
hou01423c00144
MS Eng 1274, ch. 58
And over them triumphant Death his dart (incomplete)
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MS Keats 3.13, i, 14
And part for from them sweetest melodies (incomplete)
And really if a man wont let us know (incomplete)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 81
And regions desolate they passed (incomplete)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, ii, 16v
And shall then another embrace thee, my fair
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 245
And she began to moan and sigh Because he mused beyond her, knowing well (incomplete)
hou01423c00144
MS Eng 1274, ch. 113
And she forgot the stars, the moon, the sun (incomplete)
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And since I have no flying wings (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1494, 12
And since this life our nonage is
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MS Eng 966.4, 85v
And since thou so desirously
hou01423c00006
MS Eng 966.4, 86v
And sithin regned his son Richard
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MS Eng 534
And smirking parsons did abound (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, ii, 46v
And smooth dissimulation skilled to grace (incomplete)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, ii, 5
And snorting with erected main (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1274, ch. 17
And so good morrow to ye, good master lieutenant (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, ii, 98v
And so, sir, in politest fashion
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MS Thr 198, folder 40
And still her waist he held as fast
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MS Eng 247.5, 9
And still one son another saw (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1470, 84
And sure one cause of Adam's fall was this (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 76v
And the illustrious Zodiac
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MS Eng 966.4, 86
And the nature of the onion is to draw tears
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MS Eng 265.6, v. 2 (twice)
And the pearliest dew not brings From woodbine hedges such a morning feel (incomplete)
hou01423c00179
MS Keats 3.2, 238v
And the slope sun behind the Jura range (incomplete)
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MS Eng 569.68, 8
And the slope sun behind the Dura ranges (incomplete)
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MS Eng 569.68, 8
And their baked lips, with many a bloody crack (incomplete)
hou01423c00144
MS Eng 1274, ch. 116
And then he went on shore without delay (incomplete)
hou01423c00144
MS Eng 1274, ch. 52
And then the liveries I know it is rude to
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MS Eng 935, urn, 28
And there he lived long unknown (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. i, p. 7v tipped in
And therefore thus bespoke the squire (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 61v
And they hae brocht her to a bed (incomplete)
hou01423c00466
MS Eng 1444, 27v
And this for keeping of tame owls in cities (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2 (twice)
And tho' the separation may seem terrible (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 54
And tho' your glorious beauty should descend (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 28v
And thou art gone, most lov'd, most honor'd friend
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MS Eng 1094, 59
And thou, Dalhousy, the great god of war (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 100v
And thou hast walked about (how strange a story)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 65v
And thou, in jokes who so replete art
hou01423c00212
MS Thr 198, folder 40
And though I can confound 'em in my anger (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 54v
And though wit never can be learn'd (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 66
And through thy bitter agony
hou01423c00006
MS Eng 966.4, 88
And 'tis a horrid scandal, I declare (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 94
And to be brief, let's pass o'er the rest (incomplete)
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 17v
And under the caves (incomplete)
hou01423c00144
MS Eng 1274, ch. 120
And was not Pharaoh a pitiful rascal
hou01423c00015
MS Eng 569.63, 11
And we prolonged calm talk beneath the sphere (incomplete)
hou01423c00144
MS Eng 1274, ch. 44
And what, [if Duddon's spotless] flood [receive] (incomplete)
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And what is death, That dreadful evil to a guilty mind (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 103
And well did sacred Providence foresee (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 68v
And well I know thy tender love
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 117v
And what is love? It is a doll dressed up
hou01423c00179
MS Keats 3.2, 75
And what will not that wicked woman dare (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 21
And when again your dewiness he kisses (incomplete)
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MS Keats 2.8.3, 1v
And when black shade invests the sleepy sky (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 80
And when Lord Garrick he got home
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxvii, 823
And when Lord Garrick he got there (incomplete)
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And when the sun begins to fling (incomplete)
hou01423c00098
MS Typ 603, folder 4
And whilst that universal choir
hou01423c00006
MS Eng 966.4, 87
And why, sir must they so? The why is plain as way to parish church (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2 (twice)
And will this wicked world never prove true
hou01423c00001
MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. ii, p. 128 tipped in
And will thou go, great Duke, and leave us here
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And wilt thou yet be found
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 107v
And yet I would not have it, clip it not (incomplete)
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Anellus sends his corn unto the mill
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MS Typ 14, 47v
Angel of Dullness, sent to scatter round (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 47v
Angela the old Died palsy twitched, with meagre face deform (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1274, ch. 82
Angels with pleasure view thy matchless grace (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 86
Anger and wrath my bosom rends
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Annie's steed was silver shod (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1496, 2
Another act was also made (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 39v
Another conquest shall our last succeed
hou01423c00494
MS Eng 606, 34v
Another praised a universal slop
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 65v
Another year is numbered with the past
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 1v
Answer me thou intelligence that dost move
hou01423c00025
MS Eng 703, 4
An't thou wert mine own thing
hou01423c00029
MS Eng 512, 34
Apollo and his tuneful maids
hou01423c00360
MS Eng 1502 (1), folder 3, 2
Apollo, god of harmony divine
hou01423c00107
MS Eng 692, 10
Applaud (oh muse) a soul so nobly great (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 67v
Applaud the fair, and let her stay (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 59v
Apply this engine to the spongy door (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 103
Apply thyself to some more useful thing (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 101
Approach and read, for thou canst read, the lay (incomplete)
hou01423c00107
MS Eng 692, 46v
Approach ye mean coquettes, and view her well
hou01423c00033
MS Eng 768 (vol. 1), 35
Aproche nere and loke up merily (incomplete)
hou01423c00099
MS Typ 560, 3v
Are all things in their preparation
hou01423c00346
MS Eng 785, 36
Are his wits safe? Is he not light of brain?
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
Are not the joys of morning sweeter
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Are there not here a thousand things
hou01423c00410
*82-408, 179v
Are these thy palms? Oh queen of love! (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 104v
Are women fair, yea wondrous fair to see to
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 42v
Are ye fluster'd? You told me late your grief of loving (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 60
Argue no more, you are but one (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 39
Arise, dear youth, all charming and all good
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 113
Arise, eternal God of Hosts
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 42
Arise, my fair one, to these wild scenes haste
hou01423c00054
MS Eng 731, folder 165
Arise, my muse, and take thy lyre
hou01423c00456
MS Eng 584, 66v
Arise, my muse, awake thy sleeping lyre
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 51v
Arise, sweet messenger of the morn
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 69
Arms, trumpets, fearful Fragors yelling cries (incomplete)
hou01423c00464
MS Eng 631, 16
Around, around, in ceaseless circles wheeling (incomplete)
hou01423c00144
MS Eng 1274, ch. 86
Around these injured walls is writ
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 15v
Arrived at grave and gray fourscore
hou01423c00039
MS Eng 926, 59v
Art, hand, what still can form the artful piece
hou01423c00442
MS Eng 1490, 114
Art thou a maid, Mall Herbert, still
hou01423c00025
MS Eng 703, 74
Art thou a thing of mortal birth
hou01423c00446
MS Eng 630, 44v
Art thou the fatal hall of state
hou01423c00325
MS Am 1972, 5
Artful her bosom heav'd, her rolling eyes
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 122
Arts all will pine now honors must go down
hou01423c00050
MS Eng 645, 10v
As a fierce lioness of Libyan race (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 103v
As a kind lady when her lover's gone
hou01423c00429
MS Eng 613, 37v
As a louse, as we mark, hath a list on his back
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 13v
As a war-horse, while to the field he's bred (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 45
As a young eagle whom his mother's wing (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 63
As a young stag the ticket past
hou01423c00057
MS Eng 1038.2, 20
As active as a modern ape (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 57
As all is dullness when the fancy's bad (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 60v
As Amoret with Phillis sat
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 22
As an entail upon the gown (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 46
As an unpractic'd sermon, in a storm (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 4v
As appetite is wont to dream Of meats and drinks, nature's refreshment sweet (incomplete)
hou01423c00308
MS Lowell 6, 2
As apt to destroy as to preserve
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
As at noon Dulcina rested
hou01423c00402
MS Eng 628, 167
As at the close of an hot summer's day (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 136
As boyish as apes till twenty and one
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 38v
As careful mothers in their beds do lay
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 52
As Celia near a fountain lay
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 41v
As Chloe in her easy chair
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 20
As clever Tom Clinch, while the rabble was brawling
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 131
As Cloe came into the room t'other day
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 37
As close together kept those two (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 43
As Colon drove his sheep along
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As couchful fishers at the benty brook (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 135v
As country vicars, when the sermon's done (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 27v
As crafty harlots use to shrink
hou01423c00465
MS Eng 636F, 55
As cunning hucksters, subtly to be seen
hou01423c00491
MS Eng 674, 7
As Cupid in Cythera's grove
hou01423c00057
MS Eng 1038.2, 18v
As Cupid took his bow and bolts
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 39
As Damon late with Cloe sat
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MS Eng 1491 (3), 71v
As dark as pitch
hou01423c00050
MS Eng 645, 1v
As dear to me as are the ruddy drops (incomplete)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 80v
As doth a mother wild (incomplete)
hou01423c00180
MS Keats 3.1, 8
As down the torrent of an angry flood
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MS Eng 586, 237v
As due by many titles I resign
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As faith that sanctified the warrior's crest (incomplete)
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As float the clouds, romantic fancy pours (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, i, 9v
As foreign Indian plants will sometimes live
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MS Eng 584, 23v
As from the darkening gloom a silver dove
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As from the trees that did in Eden stand (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, ii, 66v
As ghosts are said at night's deep noon to stray (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, iii, 133
As gold from copper wears away
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MS Eng 1015, 110
As he lay on his bed that very night
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MS Eng 895, 21
As he that sees a star fall, runs apace
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As he went along the strand (incomplete)
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MS Eng 265.2, folder 16
As he, who by a sudden fright (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, ii, 46
As health and strength the brightest charms dispense (incomplete)
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MS Eng 616, i, 5
As Hermes once took to his feathers light
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As honest Jacob on a night
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MS Eng 1471, iii, 117v
As honest thrifty Matty Grey (incomplete)
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MS Am 2349, iii, p. 8
As I beneath a mirtle shade lay musing, Silvia the fair in mournful sounds
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MS Eng 1038.1, 24
As I came by Strathboggie's yetts
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MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 116v
As I came by the Bunche's park
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MS Eng 1470, 268
As I came down the street yestreen
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MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 113v
As I came down yon bonny burn side
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MS Eng 1491 (3), 93v
As I came in by Aberdeen
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MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 198
As I cam in by Dunidier
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As I came in by Diram
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MS Eng 1471, v, 55
As I came in by Glasgow town
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As I came in by Peterhead
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MS Eng 1491 (3), 52v
As I came in by Poultry fair
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MS Eng 1471, v, 47v
As I came in by Tanzie's wood
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MS Eng 1471, v, 73v
As I came in by the Duke of Athole's gate
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MS Eng 1471, i, 175
As I came in yon bonny burn side
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MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 51
As I gaed down, and farther down
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MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 207
As I gaed down yon field so green
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MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 175
As I gaed out ae morning
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MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 181
As I gaed out in a May morning (incomplete)
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As I gaed out to tak a walk
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MS Eng 1471, vii, 128
As I gaed up to England
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MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 200v
As I lay in my bed, sleep full unmeet (incomplete)
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MS Keats 3.12, 52
As I lay musing all alone
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As I lay upon a nyght
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MS Eng 534
As I looked o'er my father's castle wa'
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As I lookit o'er my father's castle wa'
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MS Eng 1497, ii, 132v
As I me went this andrys day
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MS Am 2349, xxii, 188
As I my flocks lay keeping, mine eyes fell a sleeping
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MS Eng 686, 63v
As I on New Year's Day
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MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. ii, p. 152
As I out of a casement sent
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MS Eng 686, 63
As I roved out one evening in the pleasant month of May
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MS Am 2349, i, p. 39
As I stood on the pier of Leith
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MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 170v
As I walk'd down and farther down
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MS Eng 1491 (3), 28v
As I walked forth one summer's day
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MS Eng 895, 53
As I walked out one morning in May
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MS Am 2349, xxvii, 790
As I walked out one pleasant morning
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MS Am 2349, ii, p. 161
As I wandered in the forest
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MS Eng 1167, 72
As I wandered through the forest
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MS Eng 1167, 54
As I was going to Luller Fair
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MS Eng 895, 14
As I was walking forth alone
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MS Eng 1486 (3), 43v
As I was walking me alone
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MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 204v
As I was walking mine alane
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MS Eng 1500, 15v
As I was walking on yon plain
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MS Eng 512, 18
As I went by a jail-house door
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MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 84v
As I went down by the Duke of Athole's gates
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MS Eng 1471, i, 174
As I went forth to view the spring
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MS Eng 1107, folder 2
As I went out in a morn of May
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MS Eng 1471, i, 183
As I went out in an evening clear
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As I went out to take the air
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MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 127
As I went up the haughs of New
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MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 122
As if hypocrisy and nonsense (incomplete)
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MS Keats 3.13, ii, 16v
As in a forest when the tim'rous deer (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, ii, 62v
As in a garden, where gay flow'rets bloom
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MS Eng 612, ii, 13v
As in his cart great Jonathan surveyed
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MS Eng 629, 12v
As in large troops And multitudinous, when winter reigns (incomplete)
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MS Keats 3.2, 70v
As in romance to some distinguish'd fair
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MS Am 1919, 46v
As in the bosom of the earth the tender flowery bread
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MS Eng 757, 109v
As in the days of Yore was odds
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MS Eng 636F, 135
As in the devil no virtues bide
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MS Eng 1015, 77v
As in the morning, when the world was made
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MS Eng 625, 193v
As in the sea, Egypt's and India's boast
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MS Eng 629, 12
As in those nations where they yet adore
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MS Eng 1035, 9v
As in times past the rustic shepherds meant (incomplete)
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MS Eng 540
As inward love breeds outward talk
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MS Eng 1490, 79v
As is the fragrant flowers in the field
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MS Eng 676F, 4
As it befell upon a time
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MS Am 2349, xxvii, 800
As it befell upon one time
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MS Am 2349, xxvii, 802
As it fell on a light Holy day
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MS Am 2349, xxiii, 365
As it fell out on a Holly day
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MS Am 2349, xxiii, 367
As it fell out on a long summer's day
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MS Eng 1497, i, 160v
As it's in nature with those loving husbands (incomplete)
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MS Eng 265.6, v. 2 (twice)
As Jack above a draper's shop
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MS Eng 692, 20
As John and William were coming home one day
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MS Am 2349, xxiii, 256
As Jupiter's all-seeing eye
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MS Eng 1038.2, 11
As late I lay in slumber's shadowy vale
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MS Eng 947.8, Effusion 2
As late I rambled in the happy fields
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As love alone can exquisitely bless (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 99
As many days as the good year doth keep
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MS Eng 699, 31
As May Robb's ae daughter
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MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 169
As me in storms, a sinking bark to free (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, iii, 20v
As men in summer fearless pass the ford
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MS Eng 266, 62
As much beauty as preserves affection
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MS Keats 3.13, i, 15v
As musing I ranged in the fields all alone
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MS Eng 629, 41
As my blood cools, my frighted sense looks home (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, iii, 33
As near to peace with easy steps you move (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, i, 64
As negro Cuffee in the market stood
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MS Eng 623
As Nero once with harp in hand surveyed (incomplete)
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MS Eng 624, 25v
As new made pilots when they first take sea (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, iii, 15
As newly wak'd from all my dreams of glory (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, ii, 100
As nipt and wither'd by unfriendly skies
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MS Eng 680, 38v
As no tricks on the rope, but those that break (incomplete)
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MS Eng 616, i, 50v
As northern winds the other day
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MS Eng 895, 43v
As o'er the checkered landscape fancy strays (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, i, 71
As o'er the cold sepulchral stone (incomplete)
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MS Eng 822.1, folder 13
As o'er the plain, amid the land-clad denes
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MS Eng 569.65, 23
As o'er the plain amid the sand clad denes
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MS Eng 569.65, 23
As o'er the swelling ocean's tide
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MS Eng 629, 42v
As of the faction's downfall Pr sings
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EC7. M3436 Z 722c, 124v
As on the sand of Afric's burning plains (incomplete)
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MS Keats 3.13, i, 26v
As on the sleepy margin of a brook (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, i, 126v
As one that strives being sick (and sick to death)
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MS Eng 626, 4v
As one who after long and far spent years
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MS Keats 3.5, p. 22
As one who travels on, and fainting still (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, i, 64
As opposite as are the poles
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MS Eng 645, 45v
As our king lay musing on his bed
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As past the pebbly beach the boat did flee (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1274, ch. 73
As Patie came down from the glen
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MS Eng 1471, v, 121v
As Phillis sat in desert groves adorned
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MS Eng 628, 199
As pilgriMS Through devotion To some shrine pursue their way
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MS Eng 1038.1, 5
As polished parsons, without blushing (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, ii, 46v
As Pricket o'er the course did trip
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MS Eng 645, 45
As rare to fear, as seldom to be seen
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MS Eng 1494, 4
As Reynard was stealing One day to a village
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MS Eng 611, i, 134
As Roger walked the fields one day
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MS Eng 612, ii, 31
As said the prophet, Habakkuk
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MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. iii, p. 4
As St. James says, show me thy faith
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MS Eng 1507, Christmas carrols, 1767, 25
As she lookit o'er her father's castle wa'
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MS Eng 1497, ii, 25
As Sherlock at Temple was taking a boat
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MS Eng 629, 106
As Sherlock was pleading for bribes and for pensions
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MS Eng 629, 106v
As simple birds are caught in fowler's net (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, i, 135v
As sits the sad turtle alone on a spray
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MS Eng 1038.1, 10
As snow in salmon, at the tepid touch
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MS Eng 611, i, 8v
As some fond virgin, whom her mother's care
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MS Eng 768 (vol. 1), 82
As some huge cedar on a mountain's brow (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, iii, 114v
As some old admiral in former war
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MS Eng 636F, 5
As soon as the wind it came kindly about
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MS Eng 629, 5v
As sore some wonder at the cause of thunder (incomplete)
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As Sparabella pensive lay
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MS Eng 895, 61v
As spring the winter doth succeed
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As that brave son of Aeson, which by charms
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MS Eng 266, 61
As that old married pair, Mother Church and the State
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Autograph file, M: Thomas Moore, 1
As the devil was marching o'er Englands fair isle
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MS Eng 1471, vi, 47v
As the faint traveller, when night invades (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, iii, 109v
As the fair bud that in some garden grows (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, ii, 108v
As the fool thinks (incomplete)
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MS Am 2349, ii, p. 230
As the gay hours advance, the blossoms shoot (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, iii, 106v
As the gay rose, when winter storms are past
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MS Eng 611, i, 103
As the ignorant savage will sell his own wife
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As the king lay musing on his bed
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As the snail, whose tender horns being hit (incomplete)
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MS Keats 3.3, p. 51
As the sweet sweat of roses in a still
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As Thewlis passed the way
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MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. i, p. 23
As they came in by the Eden side (incomplete)
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MS Eng 862, 176
As Thomas lay on Huntlie Banks
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MS Eng 1497, ii, 42
As though the fanning wings of Mercury (incomplete)
hou01423c00198
MS Keats 2.8.2, 1v
As through Newmarket I passed of late
hou01423c00050
MS Eng 645, 81v
As to her virtues, being wise (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 44
As to the Christian creed, if true (incomplete)
hou01423c00144
MS Eng 1274, ch. 78
As to Trinity Hall
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MS Eng 116.6, folder vi, 8
As toil and fatigue make the body inert
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MS Thr 198, folder 57
As toiling reapers in some spacious field (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 115
As torn with inward gripes, and torturing pain (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 98
As t'other day in harmless chat
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 44
As two fair cedars on the mountain's brow (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 120v
As two great fleets of potent neighbors strive
hou01423c00050
MS Eng 645, 77
As unthrifts grieve in straw for their pawned beds
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MS Eng 966.1, 47v
As vice's clamorous voice you hourly hear
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 102v
As virtuous men pass mildly away
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As vital gales Through the weeds whisp'ring in the heat of day (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 30v
As vulgar females scarce are women call'd (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 64v
As wand'ring clouds, which teem with bounteous show'rs
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 13
As was thy joy now is and ever shall
hou01423c00406
MS Eng 1482, Harl 2255, 148
As Watkins walked by the way
hou01423c00504
MS Eng 1503 (1), 92
As we lay musing on our beds
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxix, 1054
As weary pilgrim, now at rest
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As welcome as the gentry's to the town (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, I, 5
As when a bird that hovers o'er the seas (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 37
As when the blust'ring wind rolls from the north (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 102v
As when a flock of linnets, if perchance (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 112
As when a ghost, enlarged from realms below (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 69v
As when a hill, deceptive of the eye (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 32
As when a lion in the gloom of night (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 115
As when a lion in the toils is cast (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 99v
As when a sort of wolves infest the night
hou01423c00025
MS Eng 703, 72v
As when high heaven on some aspiring wood (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 99v
As when Hyperion with victorious light (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 68
As when in some huge forest, hidden flames (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 115
As when loud Boreas blows his stiffest gales
hou01423c00006
MS Eng 966.4, 233
As when proud Caucasus the heav'ns sustains
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 89v
As when proud Lucifer aimed at a throne
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As when the lark, ambitious of the skies (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 125v
As when the lily mingles with the rose (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 62v
As when the people of the northern zone
hou01423c00213
MS Eng 1104, 11v
As when the Pleiades arise (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 119
As when the sun bears from our eyes the light (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 114
As when the sun, which for full six month's time
hou01423c00467
MS Eng 640, 43
As when the winds, ascending by degrees (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 5v
As when the winds their airy quarrel try
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As wise physicians by their skill
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 69
As wishing can neither procure nor prevent
hou01423c00470
MS Eng 676F, 40v
As with a child or such a thing
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MS Eng 645, 21
As ye have herd accomplished the gladness
hou01423c00406
MS Eng 1482, Harl 2255, 91
Ascend three thrones, great captain and divine
hou01423c00050
MS Eng 645, 91v
Asias strong supports my father's fame (incomplete)
hou01423c00464
MS Eng 631, 13
Ask me not, friend, what I approve or blame
hou01423c00213
MS Eng 1104, 9
Ask me not, I calmly, I
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 71v
Ask not fair Eliza's story
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MS Eng 834, folder 7
Ask not the thing to grant you would detest
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 97
Askest thou if in my youth I have mounted, as others have mounted
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Autograph file, L: Walter S. Landor
Askest thou what it is to be
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MS Eng 722, 12
Asleep! O sleep a little while, white Pearl
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Ass in a lion's skin
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MS Eng 265.1, folder 32, 1v
Assault glass windows, which like crystal rock (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 85
Asses here to be let for all purposes right
hou01423c00107
MS Eng 692, 27v
Asses milk, half a pint, take at seven or before
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 46v
Assist me now, you doleful dames
hou01423c00504
MS Eng 1503 (1), 88
Assist me, Stanhope, while I sing
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Assit, ye gods, since ye alone can tell
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MS Am 1369, 1
Astronomy, hail, science heavenly-born (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, i, 22v
At a tavern one night
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 63
At Ardagh at last when we came to the scratch (incomplete)
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MS Am 2349, ii, p. 229
At Barton's feet the god of love
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MS Eng 768 (vol. 1), 32v
At beltane quhen ilk bodie bownis
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MS Eng 1497, i, 54v
At break of day poor Celadon
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MS Eng 895, 35v
At Change you ventur'd to buy Southsea hops (incomplete)
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MS Eng 616, i, 30
At Coleshill, seat of noble peer
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MS Eng 834, folder 64
At court when none but knaves and fools prevail
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[ ] at do know what to true love belongs
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MS Eng 895, 7v
At Emmaus when Christ our Lord appeared
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MS Eng 629, 43
At five this morn when Phoebus rais'd his head
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MS Eng 636F, 69
At Hackney-School the awkward thing is bred (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, ii, 69v
At James's, Putney, there's a hole to start in
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MS Eng 645, 30
At last 'tis plain, some whigs are as of yore
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 133
At length by so much importunity prest (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 28v
At length by work of wondrous fate
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MS Eng 686, 12v
At length, my friend, kind destiny prepares
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MS Eng 1492, 1
At length, my soul, thy fruitless hopes give o'er (incomplete)
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 26v
At length the muse her destined task resumes
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MS Eng 611, i, 52v
At length the winter's surly blasts are o'er
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 96
At length this oak all cankered round
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MS Eng 629, 75
At midnight once the storming army came P. S.
At midnight when the bear again
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MS Eng 629, 33v
At midnight when the fever raged
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MS Eng 676F, 26
At my heart there is a pain
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MS Eng 1495, 16v
At my low cottage on a cheerful morn (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 16v
At my queen's head shall my next thunder fly (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 29v
At night as round the hall we sat, with good brown bowls to cheer our souls
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MS Eng 1038.1, 25
At night I dream in some soft hour
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MS Eng 569.66, 43
At noon on a sultry summer's day
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MS Eng 512, 15
At once consenting nations lift their eyes (incomplete)
hou01423c00114
MS Am 1448 (nos. 20-63), 52
At once from hence my lines and I depart
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At once the sun and Carlisle took their way
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MS Eng 768 (vol. 1), 35
At St. Osey's by the mill
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MS Eng 895, 77v
At setting day and rising morn
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MS Eng 895, 5
At Sweden's court served Karine
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxi, 60
At table, if I ask for veal
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 90
At the Angel in Yarmouth, a singular inn
hou01423c00021
MS Eng 569.65, 17v
At the brow of a hill a fair damsel did dwell
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 4v
At the close of the year
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 217v
At the close of this train hurried in some sweet misses (incomplete)
hou01423c00137
MS Eng 601.66, 22
At the due sacrifice of the Paschal lamb
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At the false oaths that lovers feign
hou01423c00400
MS Eng 639, 20v
At the foot of a willow, close under a shade
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 72
At the large foot of a fair hollow tree
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 127v
At the mid hour of night, when stars are weeping, I fly
hou01423c00317
Autograph file, L: Lowell - Thomas Moore , 2
At the round earth's imagined corners blow
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At the sight of my Phillis, from every part
hou01423c00125
MS Eng 808 (8), 61
At the silence of twilight's contemplative hour (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, v, p. 177
At the tree I will suffer with pleasure
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 49v
At this was many grieved, as many misbelieved
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, v, 152
At threescore winters end I died
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, ii, 7v
At thy shrine, daughter of the graces
hou01423c00440
Mus 573.86, i, 29
At view of Thracian fowl and loud alarms (incomplete)
hou01423c00464
MS Eng 631, 7
At which, struck with a panic feat (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 47
At Willie's wedding on the green
hou01423c00450
MS Eng 1496,6F, ii, 166
Attempt, young prince, the moral lay
hou01423c00057
MS Eng 1038.2, 7v
Attend and prepare for a cargo from Dover
hou01423c00026
MS Eng 834, folder 8
Attend, O Delia, nor thy ear refuse
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 13
Attend to a ditty, uncommonly pretty
hou01423c00039
MS Eng 926, 65
Attend, ye virgins that in heav'n had birth
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 19v
Atween mydnyht and the fresh morwe gray
hou01423c00406
MS Eng 1482, Harl 2255, 88
Augustus Caesar having brought the world to quiet peace
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Auld gudeman ye're a drunken carl, drunken carl
hou01423c00450
MS Eng 1497, i, 33
Auld Lowrie Soopit's house
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, iii, 11
Auld wife, auld wife (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxvi, 715
Auld wife, auld wife, will ye gang a-shearing
hou01423c00450
MS Eng 1497, i, 164
Aurora now, not as she wont to rise (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 116v
Aurora's golden rays renewed the light (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 133
Auspicious morn, cam'st opportune, unsought
hou01423c00169
MS Am 1817.2 (20), 3
Autumn retires before the wintry year
hou01423c00023
MS Eng 569.66, 42v
Autumn! woo'ed by every swain
hou01423c00039
MS Eng 926, 24
Avaro, who would skin a flint
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 112
Ave Maria! blessed be the hour
hou01423c00446
MS Eng 630, 35
Avernus call'd; a name impos'd of right (incomplete)
hou01423c00335
EC.J 7882. Zz 629l, last flyleaf
Awa' Peter Busby (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, ii, p. 230
Awa' with your slavery hiremen
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, v, 43v
Awake, AEolian lyre, awake
hou01423c00068
MS Eng 116.6, folder vi, 20
Awake, awake, O arm o' the Lord, awake
hou01423c00470
MS Eng 676F, 5
Awake from sleep and watch awhile (incomplete)
hou01423c00001
MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. i, p. 62 tipped in
Awake from sleep secure, when peril doth appear
hou01423c00395
MS Typ 14, 93v
Awake, my lute, arise, my string
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 49
Awake, my St. John! quit all meaner things
hou01423c00052
MS Eng 233.1, 1
Awake, my soul, and with the sun
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Awake, my soul, to sound his praise
hou01423c00114
MS Am 1448 (nos. 20-63), 62
Awake, O gratitude! now let the tears
hou01423c00137
MS Eng 601.66, 12
Awake, poor soul, and come away
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 46v
Awake, thou fairest thing in nature
hou01423c00029
MS Eng 512, 26v
Awake, ye woeful wights
hou01423c00001
MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. iii, p. 17
Away! away! my breath was gone
hou01423c00144
MS Eng 1274, ch. 20
Away, away, now James the Grant (incomplete)
hou01423c00501
MS Eng 862.1, 4v
Away the fair detractors went (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 93v
Away they rode, and better they rode
hou01423c00489
MS Eng 1470, 15v
Away, thou changling, motley humorist
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Away, thou fondling motley humorist
hou01423c00002
MS Eng 966.3, p. 1
Away with this legal fruition
hou01423c00125
MS Eng 808 (8), 73
Away, you prating woman, you are blind
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, I, 14
Away, you rover, for shame, give over
hou01423c00029
MS Eng 512, 16v
Ay! at set of sun The breeze will freshen when the day is done (incomplete)
hou01423c00144
MS Eng 1274, ch. 43
Ay! but to die and go, alas (incomplete)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 24v
Ay! but to die and go we know not where (incomplete)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, ii, 93v
Ay, concerning his being sent, I know not whither (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2 (twice)
Ay! poor Archie Allan(I hope he's nae poor)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, i, p. 23
Ay, speak to me today
hou01423c00363
MS Eng 1461, 186
Ay, up with the tent pegs
hou01423c00363
MS Eng 1461, 190
Ay wakin', oh wakin', ay an' wearie
hou01423c00500
MS Eng 1486 (3), 33v
Ay, we like the ocean patriarch roam
hou01423c00144
MS Eng 1274, ch. 66


B
B. from small means soon raised his estate
hou01423c00044
MS Eng 699, 25v
B. hath heretofore for usury
hou01423c00044
MS Eng 699, 25v
Ba, ba, black sheep, have you any wool (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
Baber to whose stupendous nat'ral parts
hou01423c00435
MS Eng 633, 67v
Babie Blair lookit our her window
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, i, p. 43
Babie Blair lookit o'er her window
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Bacchus one day gaily striding on his never failing tun
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 25
Bachelors in every station
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, v, 125
Bachelors of every station
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Bake Venus' doves in pies: drown Chloris' Chloe (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
Balaw, my boy, lies still and sleep
hou01423c00450
MS Eng 1497, i, 16
Balou, my babe, lie still and sleep
hou01423c00029
MS Eng 512, 49
Balliardo. a rich thriving cit (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 56
Banish sorrow, grief's a folly
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 14
Bards of passion and of mirth
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Baron of Breckley are ye in there
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, v, 193
Baron o' Breachell are ye within
hou01423c00502
MS Eng 1498, 56
Base mercenary scribblers did employ (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 67
Base metal hanger by your mistress' thigh
hou01423c00465
MS Eng 636F, 41v
Bassus, hath winter to the Sabine fire
hou01423c00056
MS Eng 899, 55
Batter my heart, three personed God, for you
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Bauld Rankin was as gude a mason
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, i, 159v
Be content, be content wi' me ladie
hou01423c00489
MS Eng 1470, 306
Be kind my dear Chloe, let's kiss and let's love
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 27v
Be kind to me as lang's I'm here
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, v, 61v
Be merry man, the devil's dead
hou01423c00400
MS Eng 639, 24v
Be prudent, ladies, marry while you may
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 93
Be righteous first thyself, and on this score
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 97v
Be still the unimaginable lodge (incomplete)
hou01423c00141
MS Eng 743, ch. 130
Be still, ye winds, and attentive of swains
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 7
Be true, all ye lovers, whate'er you endure
hou01423c00012
MS Am 573.2, 6
Be vile, as is thy name; now I have swore
hou01423c00050
MS Eng 645, 23v
Be wise as Somersett, as Somers, brave
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Be wise today, 'tis madness to defer (incomplete)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 17v
Beale, coming where the covenant was a-giving
hou01423c00050
MS Eng 645, 18
Bear me, ye friendly pow'rs, to gentler scenes (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 108v
Beau flower, Beau flower
hou01423c00363
MS Eng 1461, 240v
Beaumont arise, slumber no more in clay
hou01423c00050
MS Eng 645, 18v
Beaumont! it was thy wish that I should rear (incomplete)
hou01423c00417
*EC8. W8915.838s, p. 8
Beauteous Aminta in as early light (incomplete)
hou01423c00083
MS Eng 870, folder 37A
Beauteous virgins of ev'ry station
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 115v
Beautiful ladies, great and small
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, v, 207
Beauty, a doubtful good, the grace (incomplete)
hou01423c00464
MS Eng 631, 11
Beauty and virtue your protection claim (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 116
Beauty and wit strove each in vain
hou01423c00033
MS Eng 768 (vol. 1), 32v
Beauty had many charms in store (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 56
Beauty is barren, oft good husbands say
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Beauty is nature's quaint disguise
hou01423c00465
MS Eng 636F, 127
Beauty is proper to exalt the fancy (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 50v
Beauty nor fame can now the genius fire (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 66
Beauty That asks but to be censured by the eyes (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
Beauty, thou dear deceitful glitt'ring toy
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 17
Beauty which all men admires
hou01423c00028
MS Eng 626, 80
Because a kick in that part more (incomplete)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, ii, 17v
Because I did not scowl temptation from my presence (incomplete)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, ii, 8v
Because I think, my lord, he is no man (incomplete)
hou01423c00144
MS Eng 1274, ch. 102
Because I was happy upon the heath (incomplete)
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Because Lorenzo came not, oftentimes (incomplete)
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Because they come scratching
hou01423c00010
MS Am 567, 23
Before creating nature willed
hou01423c00014
MS Eng 1143
Before he went to feed with owls and bats
hou01423c00188
MS Keats 3.12, 69v
Before he went to live with owls and bats
hou01423c00192
MS Keats 3.6, p. 62
Before I die, fair dame, of me receive my last adieu
hou01423c00443
MS Eng 1494, 4
Before I sigh my last gasp, let me breathe
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Before the sixth day of this next New Year
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 75
Before this urchin well could go
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 75
Before thine eyes is treason drawing out (incomplete)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, ii, 8v
Before this world's great frame, in which all things (incomplete)
hou01423c00464
MS Eng 631, 23v
Before we saw thy play, dear Tom, we thought
hou01423c00125
MS Eng 808 (8), 84
Before you go to prison
hou01423c00440
MS Mus 237, ii, 26
Before you judge, vouchsafe to understand (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2 (twice)
Begin, my tongue, some heavenly theme
hou01423c00368
Autograph file, W: Isaac Watts, 2
Begin thy morning's work with God
hou01423c00035
MS Eng 247.5, 19v
Begin we now a second time
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Behold a sage! immersed in thought profound (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 70v
Behold and listen while the fair
hou01423c00033
MS Eng 768 (vol. 1), 45
Behold as rueful Radcliffe died
hou01423c00001
MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. iii, p. 58
Behold, delightful spring resumes her reign
hou01423c00039
MS Eng 926, 23
Behold, great prince, here lie the unconquered pair
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 17
Behold, here's a ditty, 'tis true and no jest
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Behold here's a ditty, the truth and nae jest
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, v, 100
Behold, I ask, and seek, and pray
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 39v
Behold, O God, what cruel foes
hou01423c00114
MS Am 1448 (nos. 20-63), 62
Behold our Saviour crucified
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Behold the blast that blows
hou01423c00443
MS Eng 1494, 7
Behold the crafty fox
hou01423c00395
MS Typ 14, 25v
Behold the fall of almost all
hou01423c00001
MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. iii, p. 28v
Behold the forst trees, a beauteous scene (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 43
Behold the fruits of drunkenness and play
hou01423c00395
MS Typ 14, 27v
Behold the man! Inhuman Pilate! no
hou01423c00456
MS Eng 584, 91
Behold the man: yea, God and man
hou01423c00400
MS Eng 639, 19v
Behold the morning sun arise
hou01423c00429
MS Eng 613, 38
Behold the sun, arrayed with glory, rise
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 41v
Behold the sweet flowers around
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 20
Behold the throne of grace
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, ii, 42
Behold the virgin lie Naked and only covered by the sky (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 99v
Behold the world, how it is whirled round (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2 (twice)
Behold this northern star's auspicious light
hou01423c00033
MS Eng 768 (vol. 1), 34
Behold those fair eyes in whose sight
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 96
Behold us, Lord, and let our cry
hou01423c00114
MS Am 1448 (nos. 20-63), 62
Behold we come dear Lord to thee
hou01423c00494
MS Eng 606, 100
Behold yon isle, by palmers, pilgrims trod (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 47
Being surfeited now with this dull recreation (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 85v
Believe not him who love hath made so wise
hou01423c00008
MS Eng 966.2, 8
Believe not him whom love hath made so wise
hou01423c00005
MS Eng 966.5, 78v
Believe not him whom love hath left so wise
hou01423c00006
MS Eng 966.4, 193v
Believe your glass, and it will tell you (dear)
hou01423c00004
MS Eng 966.7, 44v
Belinda's blessed with every grace
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 63
Bellay, first garland of free poesy
hou01423c00089
MS Eng 266, 67
Bellowing there groaned A noise, as of a sea in tempest torn (incomplete)
hou01423c00179
MS Keats 3.2, 70v
Beloved Chloe, ask you why
hou01423c00039
MS Eng 926, 30v
Below the feet of Pat. [Parliament] the Earl
hou01423c00014
MS Eng 1143
Below this marble monument is laid
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 35
Ben, do not leave the stage
hou01423c00028
MS Eng 626, 45v
Beneath a ledge in stormy weather
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 53
Beneath an aged oak's embow'ring shade (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 118
Beneath an hawthorn's bush secreted shade
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 86v
Beneath in the dust
hou01423c00034
MS Eng 768 (vol. 2), 22
Beneath the white-thorn, lovely May
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Beneath the white thorn stood in May
hou01423c00117
MS Eng 1167, 65
Beneath this stair lies all that's good and great
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
Beneath this stone lies all that's good and great
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
Beneath this stone lies Catherine Gray
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Beneath this stone twelve sparrows lie
hou01423c00107
MS Eng 692, 55v
Bertram he was an archer bauld
hou01423c00488
MS Eng 1470, 110
Beseeching God to bless and sanctify (incomplete)
hou01423c00358
MS Typ 49, 77
Beseems it me to offer such persuasion (incomplete)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, ii, 9
Beside the fruitful shore of muddy Nile
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Bessy Bell and Mary Gray
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Betime, when sleep is sweet, the chatt'ring swallow cries
hou01423c00395
MS Typ 14, 41v
Better kye there's nae i' the braes (incomplete)
hou01423c00030
MS Eng 1504, 12
Better to doubt all that's doing
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 4v
Betrayed me, how can this be (incomplete)
hou01423c00489
MS Eng 1470, 267
Between Adam and me the great difference is
hou01423c00015
MS Eng 569.63, 11
Betwixt two foxes a crowing duck
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 86v
Betwixt two friars a maid in her smock
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxii, 213
Beware a speedy friend, the Arabian said
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, ii, 4
Beware all ye huntsmen who follow the gun
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, ii, p. 107
Beware, fair maids, of musky courtiers' oaths
hou01423c00004
MS Eng 966.7, 18
Bewilder'd in this world of sin
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 58v
Bewilder'd thus amidst a maze (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 25v
Beyond the old pillars many have travelled
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Bibbity, wobbity, we, we, we
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MS Thr 198, folder 40
Bid her make haste, and let her understand (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, iii, 30
Bid the frozen poles delight
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MS Eng 703, 37
Big with the thoughts of pleasure down I came
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Bishop for up goes so that game is done
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MS Eng 645, 12
Bishops and priests, how blest are ye, if deep (incomplete)
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Bitter chill it was (incomplete)
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MS Keats 1.80, 1
Bitter shame hath spoiled the sweet word's taste (incomplete)
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MS Keats 2.15, 1v
Black maid, complain not that I fly
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MS Eng 703, 60v
Blame not thy wife for what thyself hath wrought
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MS Eng 686, 85
Blame not your Arminda, nor call her your grief
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MS Eng 808 (8), 17
Blame not your wife for your unhappy course
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MS Eng 686, 102
Blasted with sighs and surrounded with tears
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Bless, dear Lord, each lab'ring servant
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MS Eng 613, 22
Bless me, a packet'tis a stranger sues (incomplete)
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MS Eng 731, folder 275, 8v
Bless me!when I reflect on former days! (incomplete)
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MS Eng 616, i, 9
Blessed are they be poor in spirit
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MS Eng 247.5, 24
Blessed be the God, whose tender care
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MS Eng 611, iii, 41v
Blessing and glory, power and fame
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MS Am 1448 (nos. 20-63), no. 48
Blessings be with them and enduring praise (incomplete)
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MS Eng 601.66, 34
Blest are your north parts, for all this long time
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Blest as the immortal gods is he
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Blest Bard, to whom the muses weeping gave
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Blest be the God, whose tender care
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MS Eng 614, 126v
Blest be the heart of sympathetic mold
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MS Eng 734, 195
Blest be the hour and blest the minute
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MS Eng 834, folder 10
Blest be the Lord, who still provides
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MS Eng 614, 42
Blest be the man whose cautious feet
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Autograph file, W: Isaac Watts, 19
Blest be thy name who didst restore
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MS Am 1007, 44
Blest be thy name, immortal king
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MS Eng 611, iii, 42v
Blest Hymen, hail that memorable day
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MS Am 1448 (nos. 20-63), no. 20
Blest may your marriage prove! I joy'd at none
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MS Eng 612, ii, 129
Blest pair of swans, oh may you interbring
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Blest with such candor, and such learned skill (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, ii, 66v
Blest with what are seldom joined
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MS Eng 926, 54v
Blest with your charms
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MS Thr 198, folder 90
Blind beauty, if it be a loss
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MS Eng 626, 15
Blind fortune, if thou want'st a guide
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MS Eng 1107, folder 4
Blind Israelites, can ye no longer boast
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MS Eng 159, 14v
Blind queen of chance, to lovers too severe (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1312, 47v
Blind, with his deep seeing eyes (incomplete)
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MS Keats 3.13, ii, 93v
Blink over the burn, sweet Betty
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MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 201v
Blissed braunche that sprong out of Jesse
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MS Eng 1482, Harl 2255, 88v
Blithe, blithe, and merry was she
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MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 167v
Blithe Jocky young and gay is all my heart's delight
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MS Eng 1038.1, 12v
Blithe were the days when he fied wi' my father
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MS Eng 1486 (3), 56
Blithesome is the poet's lay
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MS Eng 926, 73v
Blow, blow, thou summer breeze
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MS Eng 611, i, 6v
Blow, blow, thou winter wind
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MS Keats 3.13, ii, 32
Blow, ye bleak winds, around my head
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MS Eng 895, 68v
Blue! 'Tis the life of heaventhe domain
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Blush not, dear Andrews, nor disclaim
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MS Eng 834, folder 11
Blythe was the day when he fee'd wi' my father
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Boast not your empire, if you prize it (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, ii, 130v
Bold without rashness, without fury, warm
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MS Eng 584, 27v
Boldly to turn each leaf and fix your sight
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MS Eng 228, 4v
Bonaparte he would set out
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MS Am 1622 (178), 1
Bonny Annie Livieston went out to see the play
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MS Eng 1470, 7v
Bonny Annie Livingstone
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MS Eng 1497, ii, 127v
Bonny Annie Liviston
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MS Am 2349, v, p. 80
Bonny Baby Livingstone
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MS Eng 1471, v, 181
Bonny Barbara Livingston
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MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 46
Bonny Catherine Ianferry
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MS Eng 1471, v, 161
Bonny Catherine Jaffray, that dainty maid so fair
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MS Eng 862, 105
Bonny Cathrin Jaffray, that proper maid sae fair
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MS Eng 1498, 41v
Bonny Jocky, braw Jocky
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MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 114v
Bonny lass, come my road
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MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 116v
Bonny lass, come my way
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MS Eng 1471, v, 74
Bonny lass, come my way, come my way (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1471, v, 41
Bonny May to the ewe buchts is gane (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1470, 107
Bonny Meggie, braw Meggie
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MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 111v
Born in a garret, in the kitchen bred
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MS Keats 3.13, i, 21v
Born to a triple empire, I submit
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MS Eng 629, 51
Borne up the branching bay, as first he hails (incomplete)
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MS Am 1448 (nos. 20-63), 52
Both cream o' the poets and of clergy, he
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MS Eng 645, 90v
Both day and night, O God, my sighs
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MS Eng 614, 95v
Both fresh and green the laurel standeth sound
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MS Typ 14, 61v
Both God and Satan by my bedside stand
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MS Eng 606, 94
Both heavwen and earth today (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, ii, 60v
Both parents and lovers, I pray now attend
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MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 150
Both parents and lovers I pray you attend
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MS Eng 1471, v, 113v
Both robbed of air, we both lie in one ground
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Both skilled to sift the patient's worth, or want (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, ii, 65
Both time and death contended late
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MS Eng 247.5, 44
Both, to our grief, have been too long your tools (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, ii, 67
Both when and what to do without directions (incomplete)
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MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
Bought in and sold, received and paid (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, ii, 80v
Bound to thy service with incessant [care] (incomplete)
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Branches in branches twined composed the grove (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, ii, 102
Brass was feeble to resist
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MS Eng 1132, 4
Brave boys prepare, ah cease fond wife to cry
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MS Eng 1038.1, 4v
Brave captain, though thine honor gained increase
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MS Eng 645, 67v
Brave Galla late a lofty prelate wedding
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MS Eng 121, 6
Brave Lewie Roy
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MS Eng 1486 (3), 30
Breathe from the gentle south, O Lord
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MS Eng 614, 129
Bred in the school of Mars, he did appear
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MS Eng 645, 87
Bright as Pheab in her glory
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MS Eng 895, 41v
Bright Chloe's adorned with ev'ry grace
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MS Eng 895, 87
Bright Cynthia's power's divinely great
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MS Eng 629, 23
Bright god od day, whose genial power (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, i, 137v
Bright honor all your glorious (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, iii, 19
Bright Phoebus has mounted the chariot of day
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MS Eng 1038.1, 43v
Bright shone the ether, and the radiant sun (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, i, 88
Bright Sol had drove the sable clouds away (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, i, 75
Bright soul, instruct us mortals how to mourn
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MS Eng 624, 71
Bright spark, shot from a brighter place
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MS Eng 631, 29v
Bright star! would I were steadfast as thou art
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MS Keats 3.6, p. 60
Bring forth the horse! the horse was brought (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1274, ch. 17
Britannia, now aghast, beheld her fate
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MS Eng 895, 99
Britannia's boast, her glory and her pride
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MS Eng 569.63, 1v
Britons may rejoice
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MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 194
Broiling is best, bear witness gods and men
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MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
Broken in pieces all asunder
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MS Eng 631, 30v
Brother beloved, if health shall smile again
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MS Keats 3.4, 7
Brother, I ever deemed your wisdom greater
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MS Eng 702, 12
Brother, I thank you that you let me have
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MS Eng 703, 17v
Brother, soldier, drink about
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MS Thr 198, folder 5
Bruce Robert he has wedded a wife (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1444, 29
Buchan forest, as we heard
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MS Eng 1470, 60
Buchan is bonny and there lies my love (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1498, loose leaf at end
Buda and Rhodes proud Solyman had torn
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MS Eng 631, 67v
Builds far more durable his splendid throne (incomplete)
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MS Am 1448 (nos. 20-63), 52
Bullets that wound like Parthians as they fly (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, ii, 99v
Bum a lery, owaen bow
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MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 211v
Burd Ellen sits in her bower window
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MS Eng 1470, 109
Burd Ellen stands in her bower door (incomplete)
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MS Am 2349, xxvii, 879
Burd Helen was her mother's dear
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Burney! beneath the venerable roof
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MS Eng 926, 31v
Busk ye, busk ye, my bonny Mary Clark
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MS Eng 1497, ii, 44
Busk ye lasses busk ye braw
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Buss ye bonny Marie Hamilton
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MS Eng 1470, 204
Bustards, pheasants, wood cocks, widgeons
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MS Keats 3.13, i, 63
Busy old fool, unruly sun
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Busy, curious, thirsty fly, drink with me and drink as I
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But above all, drink was his chief delight (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, iii, 84
But age, alas, that all woll envenyme (incomplete)
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But ah! how short a date on earth is giv'n (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, iii, 115v
But ah, how wildly does he rove (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, ii, 58
But as I am now here, just in the mid way (incomplete)
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MS Eng 265.6, v. 2 (twice)
But can I leave my pretty hussies
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MS Eng 1038.1, 52
But Chloe, so lively, so easy, so fair (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, ii, 96v
But conscience, conscience, who can bide it (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, ii, 38v
But custom maketh blind and obdurate
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MS Eng 1274, ch. 126
But death in season did appear (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, ii, 41v
But do you knmow what fooling is? true fooling? (incomplete)
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MS Eng 265.6, v. 2 (twice)
But emancipation come, ha, ha
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MS Eng 1038.1, 73
But even my dreams betray'd my privacy (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, iii, 101v
But fate that gives a mortal taste (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, ii, 58
But fate, that oft takes pride t'annoy (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, ii, 58
But feast tonight! tomorrow we depart (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1274, ch. 68
But first I must put off These my sky robes spun out of Iris' woof (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, i, 130v
But for to leave yon church for to dance (incomplete)
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MS Eng 534
But for to quench that heat again
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MS Eng 645, 54
But four teeth Elia had which, coughing, she
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MS Eng 645, 26
But from that filthy whore of Rome (incomplete)
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But from the pail, behold, the milky herd (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, i, 91
But great peril is that man in (incomplete)
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MS Eng 515, 1
But hadst thou waited, fair lady (incomplete)
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MS Am 2349, xxii, 202
But hark! what a confounded noise
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MS Thr 198, folder 40
But hear we him whom men do call divine (incomplete)
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MS Eng 631, 8
But here at lady, with less noise and pain (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, iii, 71
But here like to a second course's charm
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MS Eng 645, 90v
But here 'tis fit I choose a nobler verse
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MS Eng 633, 35v
But hold, fond grief, thou must forbear a while (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, iii, 78v
But how? at the door is placed as curb o'er us
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MS Thr 198, folder 40
But how did she her sentence, sir, receive (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, iii, 32
But hunger forces men to eat
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MS Eng 612, iii, 133
But I am patience, hither and thither (incomplete)
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But I am proof against their flashy stuff (incomplete)
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MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
But if thou would'st be seen, as well as read (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, iii, 13v
But, if without a cause I now complain (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, ii, 12
But if you must be foolishly severe (incomplete)
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MS Eng 616, i, 51
But in the soul's December (incomplete)
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MS Keats 3.13, note at front of book
But in this thankless world, the givers (incomplete)
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MS Eng 584, 43
But, is Artesia safe? what, not a word? (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, iii, 43v
But lapped and lulled in sweet deliciousness (incomplete)
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MS Keats 3.2, 238
But leave we worlds that less conspicuous shine (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, i, 21v
But let me trace, O thou Omnipotent
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MS Eng 159, 16v
But lo! yon evening-star just 'gins to rise (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, i, 62v
But love, thy nature, is divine and pure (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, iii, 22v
But, madam, do you know what 'tis to die (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, iii, 14v
But man, unlike his maker, bears too long (incomplete)
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MS Eng 615, i, 75v
But me far other, heavier cares o'erspread (incomplete)
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MS Am 1448 (nos. 20-63), no. 29
But midst the crowd, the hum, the shock of men (incomplete)
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MS Keats 3.13, i, 22v
But Mr. Farmer says the frost
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MS Eng 742, item 81, 2
But more the hollow sound the wild winds form (incomplete)
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MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
But must friends part awhile
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MS Eng 645, 60v
But never did a harmless village maid (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, ii, 62v
But now again my spirits sink, I raise them high with wine
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MS Eng 1038.1, 51v
But now my true love's dead and gane to his green turf bed (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1470, 80
But now, the rising cloud a tempest breeds (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, i, 92v
But now the sun withdraws his fiery ray (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, i, 88v
But now to thee, fair bride, it is some wrong
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But oh! th'enchanting blessings who can show (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, i, 99v
But on a stound what wonder though things roll (incomplete)
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MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
But orderly to end where I begun (incomplete)
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MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
But peasants of a rustic mold (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, ii, 61
But pleasures are like poppies spread
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But plett a wand o' bonnie birk (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1470, 284
But, reader, prithee lend thine ear (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, ii, 41
But, see! in mild, resplendent majesty (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, i, 24
But see! my fairest, see this flow'r (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, iii, 114
But see! the night displays her starry train (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, iii, 106v
But, see! the victor has recalled from far (incomplete)
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MS Thr 9, 1v
But see! where now, thy own best parallel (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, i, 30v
But Shakespeare's self transgressed; and shall each elf (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, iii, 134
But she, whose nice ill-natur'd wit (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, ii, 57
But since my thoughts in thinking still are spent (incomplete)
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MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
But, sir, report speaks loudly of her virtue (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, iii, 7
But spak a wife with wrinkled eild (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1471, vii, 127v
But still my lips refuse to say farewell
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MS Eng 601.66, 17
But stopp'd (I say) and, seeing no ill (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, ii, 46v
But tell me, critics, if you please (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, ii, 80v
But tell me yet what followed on that "but" (incomplete)
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MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
But that he knew this was the better way (incomplete)
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MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
But that he knew this were the better way (incomplete)
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MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
But that sad ship is as a miracle (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1274, ch. 107
But that thou art true wisdom, Lord
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MS Eng 625, 205v
But the truth of this weakness is easily guessed at
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MS Eng 895, 99
But then methought I heard a voice exclaim
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MS Eng 934, 94
But then no armies dragged their array
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MS Eng 569.68, 1v
But then no armies dragged their long array (incomplete)
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MS Eng 569.68, 1v
But this is only sweet and delicate (incomplete)
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MS Eng 265.6, v. 2 (twice)
But tho' I love, 'tis with so pure a flame (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, iii, 27
But those that write in rhyme, still make (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, ii, 62v
But thou, Oh hope, with eyes so fair
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MS Thr 198, folder 29
But thou, should tempting villainy present (incomplete)
hou01423c00492
MS Eng 555, 20
But 'tis a mighty trying hardship sure (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 101v
But to us most of all That nearest stood to my high cedar's fall (incomplete)
hou01423c00438
MS Eng 540
But undiscerning Muse, which heart, which eyes
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But us'd with art and rightly understood (incomplete)
hou01423c00490
MS Eng 680, 58
But vain the gushing tear, and querulous breath
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 93
But valor the stronger grows
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 51v
But weleawey so is myn herte wo (incomplete)
hou01423c00099
MS Typ 560, 3v
But what is she that shines above the rest (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 8
But when the sun with fervid ray (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 127
But when upon your face I think (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 137
But when will sublunary creatures dare (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 7
But whence these hidden, sad, presaging tears (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 118
But where, now where, without the body's aid (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 121v
But whether his soul's gone to heaven or hell
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But who is this that cometh here
hou01423c00438
MS Eng 540
But why this fury? all that ere was writ
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But with a soul that ever felt the sting (incomplete)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, ii, 30
But women now feel no such fire (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 92v
But wouldst thou treat this celebrated ground (incomplete)
hou01423c00352
MS Eng 934, 53
But ye flesh-flies, Nothing but noise and nastiness (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
But yet I never made a noise
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 61v
But you are overblest, plenty this day
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But you, too bounteous, sow your wit so thick (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 16
But ye flesh this, Nothing but noise and nastiness (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
Buz, quoth the blue fly (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 140v
By a blunder for which I have only to thank
hou01423c00108
Hew 1.3.1, 1st series, p. 236
By a pratt'ling stream on midsummer's eve
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 22
By a' the plagues thats on the earth
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By all love's soft yet mighty powers
hou01423c00465
MS Eng 636F, 39
By Arthur's dale as late I went
hou01423c00503
MS Eng 1486 (4), 11v and 66
By beauty lifted high in youth
hou01423c00039
MS Eng 926, 73
By bolder steps we win the race
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 9
By bonny Arbuthnot there runs a clear stream
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, v, 61
By children's birth and death I am become
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By cruel blows I'm sent to sleep
hou01423c00013
MS Am 1177, 12
By custom doomed to folly, sloth, and ease
hou01423c00405
MS Eng 623
By earthly troubles, sorrows, sickness and pain
hou01423c00400
MS Eng 639, 19v
By Enfield lanes, and Winchmores verdant hill
hou01423c00137
MS Eng 601.66, 31
By fair daylight my fairer Kala rose
hou01423c00387
MS Eng 228, 8v
By fortune cross'd, and love betray'd
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 49
By fulsome flatt'ries they were made as bright (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 66
By God! Madam, you're painted
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 54v
By heaven, I'll tell her boldly that 'tis she
hou01423c00464
MS Eng 631, 78
By keeping oft promise comes credit in pearls
hou01423c00049
MS Eng 757, 84v
By keeping oft promise comes credit in practice
hou01423c00049
MS Eng 757, 84v
By lying pamphlets labored to delude
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 68
By merit ancient wits their fame obtain'd (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 21v
By miracles exceeding power of man
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By murmuring of wind-shaken reeds rude swains (incomplete)
hou01423c00464
MS Eng 631, 3
By my assistance merchants speak
hou01423c00013
MS Am 1177, 12
By name that Theobaldus high That Greff was of Campanie
hou01423c00394
MS Eng 1032, 2
By night when others soundly sleep
hou01423c00119
MS Am 1007, 33
By night when others soundly slept
hou01423c00120
MS Am 1007.1, 25
By our first strange and fatal interview
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By our seven gates that do let in
hou01423c00346
MS Eng 785, 31
By parents' too severe commands (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 56
By Pladd my dog, who caught me many a sheep (incomplete)
hou01423c00400
MS Eng 639, 22
By reason of two and power of one
hou01423c00001
MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. iii, p. 9
By shining light of wannish Cynthia's rays
hou01423c00395
MS Typ 14, 32
By swallow's note the spring we understand
hou01423c00395
MS Typ 14, 88
By the chaste splendors of the moon I swear (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 10v
By the leued wode rode Bevolyne (incomplete)
hou01423c00437
MS Eng 534
By the merry landes dale
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxv, 547
By the mole on youe boobies so round and so white
hou01423c00445
MS Eng 1491 (3), 79
By these two trees which here grow upright
hou01423c00409
MS Eng 766, 390
By this the sun had o'er the welkin spread (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 37v
By this time Madge his wife was come (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 47
By thy command the moon, as daylight fades (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 112
By thy looks, Hecuba, Helen, by thy song
hou01423c00028
MS Eng 626, 47v
By Tweed's dear streams I lay reclined (incomplete)
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, vii, 130v
By two black eyes my heart was won
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 62v
By virtue hid, behold, the iron hard
hou01423c00395
MS Typ 14, 65v
By virtue's precepts to control
hou01423c00020
MS Eng 569.68, 8
By west of late as I did walk
hou01423c00001
MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. iii, p. 26
By what I saw I am undone, and would no longer live
hou01423c00405
MS Eng 623
By what thou writ'st me and by what I hear
hou01423c00405
MS Eng 623
By which 't would daily greater grow (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 39
By women won we're all undone
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 5v
By you (my heart) and by your alliance
hou01423c00438
MS Eng 540
By your honor's command
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 71v
Byron, how sweetly sad thy melody
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Ca' the ewes to the knowes
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Calina, you see
hou01423c00125
MS Eng 808 (8), 50
Call it not daybut rather
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MS Eng 1461, 190
Call me but yours, my title is most high
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MS Eng 686, 83
Called to the temple of impure delight (incomplete)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13 i, 81
Calling to mind, mine eye went long about
hou01423c00443
MS Eng 1494, 10
Calm on the bosom of thy God
hou01423c00216
MS Eng 1227, 90v
Calm was the ev'ning and clear was the sky
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 52v
Calvary mount is my delight
hou01423c00001
MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. i, p. 69
Calypso in her caves constrain'd his stay (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 134v
Camelions feed on light and air
hou01423c00337
*EC8. Sh445. 929n, 14
Camilla-like in gentle disposition
hou01423c00039
MS Eng 926, 46
Can a pure village maid love a rover like me
hou01423c00212
MS Thr 198, folder 7
Can death be sleep, when life is but a dream
hou01423c00190
MS Keats 3.4, 4
Can God forget his children dear
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 60v
Can I again that form caress
hou01423c00107
MS Eng 692, 39v
Can I or toil or hunger fear
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 4v
Can it be true? So fragrant and so fair
hou01423c00410
*82-408, 180
Can love be controlled by advice (incomplete)
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Can Matilda bid me yet
hou01423c00190
MS Keats 3.4, 14
Can much, and have? a chair with comely grace too
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
Can Nature in her brumal hue
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 59
Can that great soul, then, condescend so low (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 52v
Can thence no thought to that fair seat descend (incomplete)
hou01423c00114
MS Am 1448 (nos. 20-63), no. 25
Can there be anything more mean
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Can there be truth in that I hear of traitors (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 51v
Can this be Highgate? is it still the same
hou01423c00405
MS Eng 623
Can this be true that I am told
hou01423c00471
MS Eng 602F, 23v
Can words the pain express, which absent lovers know
hou01423c00039
MS Eng 926, 10v
Can ye dance the shaking of the sheets
hou01423c00001
MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. i, p. 111
Can you tell me why
hou01423c00024
MS Eng 569.67, 81
Canst be idle, canst thou play
hou01423c00464
MS Eng 631, 32v
Canst thou, by any art of thine
hou01423c00039
MS Eng 926, 69v
Canst thou not minister to a mind diseased (incomplete)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 67
Can't you see by my hunch, sir
hou01423c00212
MS Thr 198, folder 40
Care, away go thou from me
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 258v
Care that is entered once into the breast (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2 (twice)
Care, thou canker of our joys
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 32
Careful observers may foretell the hour
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Carlisle's a name can every muse inspire
hou01423c00033
MS Eng 768 (vol. 1), 34
Carnegie and Carnicholas were twa unlucky lads
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, v, 42v
Cast cross or pile, draw cuts that we may see
hou01423c00050
MS Eng 645, 9
Cast down your eyes as in deep thought (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 38v
Cast o'er yon trackless waste thy wand'ring eye (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 17v
Cast off by day and deemed of little use
hou01423c00013
MS Am 1177, 2v
Cast on yourselves but an impartial eye (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 6, 5v
Cat! who has past thy grand climacteric
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Catch me a star that's falling from the sky
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 53v
Catch then, O catch the transient hour (incomplete)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 73
Catch'd all diseases, took all physic (incomplete)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, ii, 17v
Cato and Chloe, combined well together
hou01423c00013
MS Am 1177, 8
Caught from the early sobbing of the morn (incomplete)
hou01423c00198
MS Keats 2.8.2, 1
Caught in the center of a soundless field
hou01423c00100
MS Eng 988
Cauld blows the wind frae east to west
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 54
Cease, ambition, to inspire
hou01423c00114
MS Am 1448 (nos. 20-63), no. 38
Cease cruel tyrranizing
hou01423c00029
MS Eng 512, 10
Cease, Fidelia, cease complaining
hou01423c00114
MS Am 1448 (nos. 20-63), no. 38
Cease, mortals, cease; as I'm a sinner
hou01423c00212
MS Thr 198, folder 40
Cease warring thoughts, and let his brain
hou01423c00346
MS Eng 785, 8v
Cease your funning, force and cunning, never shall my heart trapan
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 49v
Cedars, and yews, and pines, whose tangled hair (incomplete)
hou01423c00144
MS Eng 1274, ch. 88
Change, o change your fatal bows
hou01423c00346
MS Eng 785, 43
Change thy stale promise. Break thy word, for he
hou01423c00387
MS Eng 228, 16v
Charity bids us hope, that she'll among those virgins be
hou01423c00017
MS Am 929, 87
Charles to the altar led the lovely Jane
hou01423c00018
MS Eng 1323, 41v
Charley Stuart and his men, they stood in a row
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 165
Charlie Adamwhat's come o'er him
hou01423c00480
MS Eng 1505, 44
Charlie is my darling, my darling, my darling
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Charlie MacPherson that braw highland lad
hou01423c00466
MS Eng 1444, 23v
Charlotte said to her husband one day
hou01423c00039
MS Eng 926, 47
Charming creature, every feature
hou01423c00029
MS Eng 512, 7v
Charming Phillis I'll prove constant
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 14v
Charming woman can her converts make
hou01423c00015
MS Eng 569.63, 1
Charon, Charon, come away
hou01423c00125
MS Eng 808 (8), 25
Chaste Diana, queen of night
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 16v
Chaste Dian's crescent on her front displayed
hou01423c00202
Autograph file, C: Philip Dormer Stanhope, 1
Chaste love, let me embrace thee in mine arms
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Checker'd your native month appears
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 114v
Cheer thee, my gentle love
hou01423c00440
MS Mus 237, i, 27v
Cheer up, Moylagh, and bid good luck good morrow
hou01423c00405
MS Eng 623
Cheer up, my lads, let us push on the fray
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 6
Cheerfull cooks make every dish a feast (incomplete)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 80
Chide not thy sprouting lip, nor hit
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 71
Chief of organic numbers
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Chil' Brenton has sent o'er the fame
hou01423c00497
MS Eng 1486 (1), 16v
Child Maurice was the earl's son
hou01423c00450
MS Eng 1497, i, 84
Child Noryce was a clever young man
hou01423c00344
MS Eng 862, 279
Child Nourice stood in stable door
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 79
Child of my heart, whose ever gentle mind
hou01423c00039
MS Eng 926, 4
Child Sir Hugh was an ae ane son (incomplete)
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Chloe, in verse by your command I write
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Chloe, whwn I view thee smiling
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 55
Chloe, when pleas'd, with all the world may vie
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 113v
Chloris! I swear by all I ever swore
hou01423c00107
MS Eng 692, 40
Choridon, unhappy swain
hou01423c00441
MS Eng 1495, 25v
Chosen vessels Made by contact. as men get measles
hou01423c00136
MS Eng 1132, 4
Christ Church a match before the king
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 22v
Christ of the thief which on the right hand was
hou01423c00409
MS Eng 766, 47
Christ's picture humbly worship thou
hou01423c00027
MS Eng 749, 124v
Christ shed his blood upon the rood
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Christ, thy church's Light and Rock
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 42v
Christian, when of troubles thinking
hou01423c00010
MS Am 567, 21v
Christmas is my name
hou01423c00001
MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. iii, p. 26v
Chrysippo is, dear sir, allowed
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 87
Circles are prized not that abound
hou01423c00471
MS Eng 602F, 23
Clad all in ice, and yet she burns all hearts
hou01423c00025
MS Eng 703, 35
Clarendon had wit and sense
hou01423c00401
MS Eng 624, 55
Clarinda, dearly loved, attend
hou01423c00034
MS Eng 768 (vol. 2), 81v
Clarinda in whose beauteous face is seen
hou01423c00031
MS Am 1919, 49v
Clark Colven and his gay ladie
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Clavers and his Highland men
hou01423c00450
MS Eng 1497, i, 21
Clement, must my pen produce
hou01423c00039
MS Eng 926, 62
Clement, thou perpetual craver,
hou01423c00039
MS Eng 926, 62
Clement, when engaged in eating
hou01423c00039
MS Eng 926, 61v
Clement's tongue is ever going
hou01423c00039
MS Eng 926, 61v
Clerk Colvin and his lady gay
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Clerk, read again the indictment to us
hou01423c00212
MS Thr 198, folder 40
Clerk Sandy an' his true love
hou01423c00489
MS Eng 1470, 65
Cloris, I burn, behold and view
hou01423c00125
MS Eng 808 (8), 71
Close wrapt in partsand smock thy leures are
hou01423c00494
MS Eng 606, 8
Closing the precious book which long has fed (incomplete)
hou01423c00417
*EC8. W8915.838s, p. 425
Cobbe is a preacher: but of what degree
hou01423c00044
MS Eng 699, 28v
Cobb's complete minister. Who made him so
hou01423c00044
MS Eng 699, 28v
Colburne's gang who go about with bellowses
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
Cold and peevish is the weather
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 225
Cold-blooded Cruelty! first fiend of hell (incomplete)
hou01423c00114
MS Am 1448 (nos. 20-63), 54
Collins, farewellno more with thee the day
hou01423c00045
MS Eng 265, 66v
Columns and labor'd urns but vainly show
hou01423c00492
MS Eng 555, 22
Comarnad is a very bonny place
hou01423c00502
MS Eng 1498, 49
Come a' ye wooing blades
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 108
Come all ye brave Gordons, thro' Scotland's wide border
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 173v
Come all ye constant lovers, and to me lend an ear
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 148
Come all ye fair and tender ladies
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, i, p. 84
Come, all ye husbands, lewd and wild
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 18v
Come all ye jolly bachelors
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 199v
Come all ye jolly sailors bold
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Come all ye natives of Scotland's isle
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MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 227v
Come all ye pretty maidens
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MS Am 2349, i, p. 85
Come all ye seamen bold
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MS Eng 1471, ii, 144
Come all ye sparks and Spaniards
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Come all ye sparks of Spaniards
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MS Am 2349, xxix, 1052
Come, all ye true topers, the toast as ye pass
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MS Thr 198, folder 20
Come all ye youths that yet are free
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Come all ye youths whose hearts e'er bled
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MS Eng 895, 64
Come all ye chiefs and loyalists
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MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 178
Come all ye nymphs, and every swain
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MS Eng 602F, 45
Come all you wan lovers who wan with despair
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MS Eng 895, 76v
Come, all you young men that make it your sport
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MS Eng 895, 78v
Come and listen to my ditty
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MS Eng 895, 98v
Come ashore, Jackie Tar, and your trousers on
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MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 102v
Come away
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MS Eng 631, 38
Come away, come, sweet love
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MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 265
Come brethren of the water
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MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. ii, p. 179
Come, brother soldiers, join the army
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MS Thr 198, folder 8
Come, buy my mares, come buy, come buy
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MS Eng 1260 Folder 47, folder 47
Come, cheer up, sir; we'll urge his punishment (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, iii, 38v
Come, christians all, behold the lamb
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MS Eng 1507, John Webb: his book, 1777, 2nd following 26
Come, come away, come, come away
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MS Thr 198, folder 88
Come, come away to the Temple Hall
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MS Eng 834, folder 12
Come, come, it is at last agreed
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MS Eng 629, 30v
Come, come, my good shepherds, our flocks we must shear (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1038.1, 41
Come, come, oh come, confess to me
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MS Mus 237, i, 10
Come, come, ye jovial sportsmen all
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MS Eng 1038.1, 74v
Come, courage lads, and drink away
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MS Thr 198, folder 32
Come, cut again, the game's not done
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MS Eng 633, 66
Come (dearest Julia) thou and I
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MS Eng 631, 96
Come, dearest Lsoryelour, come away
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MS Eng 926, 82
Come, doleful muse, come help me to bemoan
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MS Eng 639, 7v
Come down, come down, my Lady Ogilvie (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1470, 6
Come, Echo, I thee summon
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Come, fair one, be kind, you never shall find, a fellow so fit for a lover
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MS Eng 1038.1, 27v
Come, fates, I fear you not, all whom I owe
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MS Eng 966.1, 36
Come, for the woodman's jaded arm gives o'er (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, i, 93
Come forth thou unbaptized soul
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MS Eng 686, 15
Come, fierce resolves, take thou the van
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MS Eng 630, 9v
Come, gentle sleep, attend thy votary's prayer
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MS Keats 3.13, i, 37
Come, gentle Sylvia, and with pleasure view
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MS Eng 926, 23v
Come, gentlemen, let's up now (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, iii, 140v
Come hear my relations in deep lamentation
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MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 189
Come, hearties, work away
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MS Thr 198, folder 90
Come here, come here, you freely feed, and lay your head low on my knee
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MS Eng 1486 (2), 36
Come here, come here, ye freely feed
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MS Eng 1486 (1), 44
Come here, my sweet and pretty creature
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MS Eng 895, 87
Come here, ye afflicted, of ev'ry degree
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MS Eng 895, 3v
Come hither all sweet maidens, soberly
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Come hither, good people, both aged and young
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MS Eng 1491 (3), 70v
Come hither, my boy, tell me what thou seest there
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Come hither my country squire, take friendly instructions from me
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MS Eng 1038.1, 38
Come hither, my sparrows
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MS Eng 1167, 53
Come hither, read my gentle friend
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MS Eng 686, 10v
Come hither, Sir John, see, my picture is here
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MS Eng 1323, 69
Come hither you Tories and Jacobites now
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MS Eng 1143
Come, holy celestial dove
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Come, Holy Ghost, all-quick'ning fire
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MS Eng 614, 125
Come, Holy Ghost, my soul inspire
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MS Eng 614, 130
Come, Holy Ghost, set to thy seal (incomplete)
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MS Eng 616, ii, 46
Come, Holy Ghost, thine influence shed
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MS Eng 616, ii, 46
Come, Holy Spirit, come
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MS Eng 616, ii, 38v
Come, honest sexton, take thy spade
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MS Eng 584, 39v
Come, Isaac, come, my boy, and let me see
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MS Eng 569.63, 33
Come kiss wi' me, come clap wi' me
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MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 170v
Come knock your heads against this stone
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Come, ladies, shall we talk a round? as men (incomplete)
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MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
Come, Laura, joy of rural swains (incomplete)
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MS Eng 616, i, 61v
Come, lay by your cares and then hang up your sorrow
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MS Eng 540
Come learn by this, ye bachelors
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MS Eng 1038.1, 40v
Come leave off your tittle tattle (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1470, 33
Come, Leila, fill the goblet up
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MS Keats 3.13, i, 27
Come, let us join a joyful tune
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Autograph file, W: Isaac Watts, 13
Come let us rejoice, merry boys, at his fall
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MS Eng 768 (vol. 2), 25v
Come, let us view the hosts above
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MS Eng 614, 43
Come listen to me, I'll tell some news
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MS Eng 629, 109v
Come listen to my merry strains
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MS Eng 1471, vii, 181v
Come listen ye tories and jacobites now
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Autograph file, D: John Digmore, 2
Come listen, young lovers, and you'll find
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MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 134v
Come, listen young lovers awhile and you'll find
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MS Eng 895, 16v
Come, live with me and be my love
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Come, Lord, from above
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MS Eng 616, ii, 48v
Come, Lord, the drooping sinner cheer
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, ii, 47
Come, love, let us join
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MS Eng 612, ii, 90v
Come, love, lets walk into the spring
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MS Eng 628, 166v
Come, love we God of might is most
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MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. iii, p. 35v
Come, madam, come; all rest my powers defy
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Come mourn, come mourn with me
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Come, my Cordelia, lets not leese
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MS Eng 645, 63v
Come, my dear Molly, and sit down by me
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MS Eng 1471, v, 18
Come, my lads, with souls befitting
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MS Eng 834, folder 13
Come, my Phillis, let us improve
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MS Eng 808 (8), 93
Come, my soul, thy suit prepare
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MS Eng 616, ii, 40v
Come nobles and gentlemen and listen all
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MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 197v
Come, O thou traveller unknown
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MS Eng 630, 32v
Come on, and seize the trembling fair
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MS Thr 198, folder 90
Come on, good fellows, make an end
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MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. ii, p. 144
Come on, jolly lads, to the drum head repair
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MS Thr 198, folder 6
Come, on my knee, love, take thy seat
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Come on, ye critics, find one fault who dare
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MS Eng 624, 44
Comw on, you critics, find one fault who dares
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MS Eng 636F, 130v
Come, painter, spread the canvas wide and fair
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 97
Come, prithee, leave this reading; let me hear
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MS Eng 159, 24v
Come riddle my riddle, dear mother, he says
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxiii, 337
Come, Roger and Nell, come, Simkin and Bell
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MS Eng 895, 78
Come, Rosalind, O come and see
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MS Eng 895, 37v
Come, Saviour, Jesu, from above
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Come, says Aaron unto Moses
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MS Eng 586, 246v
Come, see who can catch me
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MS Eng 895, 69
Come, smiling angel, Patience, from thy seat (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, i, 8v
Come, sweet companion of each mournful hour
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MS Eng 926, 14v
Come, take up your burden, you dogs, and away
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MS Eng 512, 82v
Come taste my friend! the joys retirement brings (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, iii, 107v
Come then, my friend, my Genius come along
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MS Eng 233.1, 8
Come, then, oh, come, ere winter wakes to pour (incomplete)
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MS Eng 731, folder 126
Come, thou poet, free and brown
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MS Keats 4.7.1
Come we shepherds who have seen
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Come, with our voices let us war
hou01423c00028
MS Eng 626, 81
Come, ye graces, come away
hou01423c00346
MS Eng 785, 15v
Come ye hither, all whose taste
hou01423c00464
MS Eng 631, 35v
Come, ye lovers of peace, who are said to have sold
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 84
Come, ye swarms of thoughts, and bring
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MS Eng 626, 13v
Come, ye weary sinners, come
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 88v
Come, you lusty northern lads
hou01423c00344
MS Eng 862, 51
Come, young men and maids
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MS Eng 895, 32v
Come, youthful muse, who erst in college dark
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Comin' by the kirk. gawn by the steeple
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MS Eng 1497, ii, 125
Coming a tender girl from school
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 33
Commerce! thou mad'st the stars thy pilot's boast
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MS Am 1369, 13v
Commit thou all thy griefs
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 121
Compassion in the world again is bred
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Compassionate Bridegroom, my shepherd and friend
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MS Eng 616, ii, 39v
Compound for sins they are inclined to (incomplete)
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MS Keats 3.13, ii, 16
Compounds are made of many things we know
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MS Eng 1015, 122v
Concealed beneath the underworld (incomplete)
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MS Am 2349, xviii, p. 27
Condemned to hope's delusive mine
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MS Eng 926, 55
Confined to sit in silence, here I waste (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, i, 34
Conqueror, Deliverer, Friend of human-kind
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MS Eng 265.2, folder 9
Conrad! Albert! help, help, what can I do (incomplete)
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MS Keats 2.24.3
Conrad! what tidings? Good, if I may guess (incomplete)
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MS Keats 2.24.1
Conscience in Sandwich Haven once was drowned
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MS Eng 699, 27v
Conscience, thou terror of irresolute minds (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, ii, 53v
Conscience to all men does appear (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, ii, 38v
Conscience, what art thou? thou tremendous power (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 96
Consider, gracious prince, and you, my lords (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, ii, 102v
Consider who must drink that drink, and then
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MS Eng 1501, 5v
Conspicuous wouldst thou be? to many known
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 99
Constables and beadles both (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, ii, 80
[C]onstantinopolum Relics whar he fand (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1032, 1v
Contemplate when the sun declines
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MS Keats 3.13, i, 6
Content (my companion of late)
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MS Eng 676F, 41v
Contentment, parent of delight (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, i, 120v
Content's a kingdom where the soul dilates
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MS Eng 614, 74v
Continual toil and labor is not best
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MS Typ 14, 50
Cook-Laurel would needs have the devil his guest
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MS Eng 540
Cope loves a Monk, Monk loves a Cope again
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MS Eng 645, 95v
Cope sent a challenge frae Dunbar
hou01423c00450
MS Eng 1497, i, 26v
Corinna, you infect my heart
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MS Eng 602F, 65v
Corne swore his wife no fellow had; yet sped
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MS Eng 228, 26v
Corporal Kill-sin Cantaway
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MS Eng 1132, 4
Corpses are cold in the tomb
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Cost on the dead, 'tis folly to bestow
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MS Eng 614, 100
Cosway, Frazer and Baldwin of Egypt's lake
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Could but our tempers move like this machine
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Could Grecian masters from the shades return
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MS Eng 768 (vol. 1), 37v
Could I but unthink the thought (incomplete)
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MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
Could my Clidamira! you
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MS Am 1919, 40v
Could not the angel's charge (weak woman) turn
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MS Eng 159, 20
Could Samson e'er have been so strong
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MS Eng 645, 57
Could such a tyrant E'er be the father of a queen, adorn'd (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, iii, 41v
Could we judge here, most virtuous madam, then
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MS Eng 631, 94
Could you a virgin's beauty but regain (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 97
Could youth, could innocence, could virtue save
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MS Am 1448 (nos. 20-63), 62
Courage, my lord. Let not your fancy scan
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MS Eng 645, 7v
Count not on hopeWe never can take leave, my friend, of life (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, ii, 100v
Courts have their harlotry and vices (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, ii, 74
Coward death, thy Stygian dart
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MS Eng 703, 39
Cowden Nelsey, cowden Nelsey
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MS Eng 1497, ii, 132
Coxton has but ae hoggie
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MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 102
Coy Celia, dost thou see
hou01423c00028
MS Eng 626, 65
Cr____ loves artists as he loves his meat
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Creator spirit, by whose aid
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MS Eng 768 (vol. 1), 48v
Creature so strange, so wretched one as I
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MS Eng 628, 160v
Critics avaunt, for you are fish of prey (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, iii, 49v
Cromek loves artists as he loves his meat
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MS Eng 1167, 77
Crowded on his mind In swift succession, numberless; but still (incomplete)
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MS Eng 947.8, Critique of poems...Watts
Crown me a cheerful goblet, while I pray
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MS Eng 601.66, 10
Cruel since that thou dost not fear the curse
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Cruel, since thou dost fear the curse
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MS Eng 686, 51v
Cry a reward to him who shall first bring (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1274, ch. 70
Crystalline Brother of the Belt of Heaven (incomplete)
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MS Keats 3.3, p. 52
[___]cte brede but a qu[___] Tua hennes at anes he[___]tt wase he
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MS Eng 1032, 1
Cuckolds and misers here are plenty (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, ii, 82v
Cullies from Bath and Tunbridge now repair
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MS Eng 611, ii, 77v
Culloden is lost! and the clans are away
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MS Am 2349, ii, p. 49
Cupid, although a child's, so strong
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MS Eng 645, 31
Cupid, that sly, that artful boy
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MS Eng 926, 32v
Cupid, wheresoe'er thou be
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MS Eng 785, 44v
Cupid, youthful god of love
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MS Am 1919, 20v
Curb that impetuous tongue, nor rashly vain (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, ii, 60
Curs'd be those dull, unpointed, doggerel rhymes
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Curse on the day when thou wast born (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1470, 83
Curse on the sound! the temple and the temple
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MS Eng 768 (vol. 2), 31
Curse on those critics, ignorant and vain
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Curst be the hand that shot the shot (incomplete)
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MS Am 2349, i, p. 125
Custom, alas! does partial prove
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MS Eng 629, 22v
Custom at masquerades agrees
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MS Eng 611, ii, 13v
Cut off my head and singular I act
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MS Eng 569.67, 85
Cut off my head and singulars act
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MS Eng 569.67, 83


D
Dame Jane, a sprightly nun, and gay
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MS Eng 1491 (3), 79v
Dame Nature one day in a comical mood
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MS Thr 198, folder 56
Dame Nature, skillful grown by practice long
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MS Eng 703, 17v
Dame Winefruit in haste made a vow to be chaste
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MS Eng 686, 138
Damn that opinion which will not allow
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Damn with faint praise, assent with civil leer (incomplete)
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MS Keats 3.13, i, 78v
Damon languished at my feet (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, ii, 95v
Damon my beauty doth adore
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MS Eng 626, 64v
Damon, that author of so great renown
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Damon, why will you die for love
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 51
Dance not, sing not, fiddle not, flute not
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, ii, 39v
Dance round his Europe and again excite (incomplete)
hou01423c00114
MS Am 1448 (nos. 20-63), 52
Danger has been my mistress; death, I've met (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 5
Dark as that man who at Mohammed's door
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MS Eng 265.2, folder 4
Dark o'er the desert waste the low'ring clouds
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MS Eng 926, 16
Darwent! what scenes thy wandering waves behold (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, v, p. 179
David ne'er touch'd the hark like thee
hou01423c00048
MS Eng 1502 (3), 118v
Davie Gordon in Kirktown
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 197v
Days of my youth! ye have glided away
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 27v
Dead be my heart to all below
hou01423c00368
Autograph file, W: Isaac Watts, 18v
Dead is the summer's flowery pride (incomplete)
hou01423c00489
MS Eng 1470, 35v
Dead must his heart be, when the blooming year
hou01423c00363
MS Eng 1461, 69
Deaf to reproach I boldly stray
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MS Eng 623
Deal healy wi' me, Robie
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 116
Dear bard, your verses on our senses creep
hou01423c00048
MS Eng 1502 (3), 114
Dear Barton I vow
hou01423c00114
MS Am 1448 (nos. 20-63), no. 24
Dear Betsy, the joy of my eyes
hou01423c00114
MS Am 1448 (nos. 20-63), no. 41
Dear, blessed child, who is so stayed and bent (incomplete)
hou01423c00358
MS Typ 49, 4
Dear brother, or sir, for I'm sure we are kin
hou01423c00405
MS Eng 623
Dear Caleb, what the devil ails ye
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 106v
Dear Charles, I've thought you even from a child
hou01423c00039
MS Eng 926, 42
Dear Charlotte, how awkward life seems without thee
hou01423c00039
MS Eng 926, 56
Dear Chloe, while the busy crowd (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 137
Dear Chloe, while thus beyond measure
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 75v
Dear Christ, my poor and pensive breast
hou01423c00001
MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. ii, p. 160
Dear Colin prevent my warm blushes
hou01423c00029
MS Eng 512, 81v
Dear friend, have ye heard the fantastical chimes
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 104v
Dear friend, I fain would try once more
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Dear friends, if you'll be ruled by me
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 80
Dear, give me a thousand kisses
hou01423c00028
MS Eng 626, 19
Dear, I to thee this diamond commend
hou01423c00224
MS Eng 121, 2
Dear John, if you are not belied
hou01423c00462
EC7. Ox250.702p (originally ML 15.2F), item 4
Dear Kitty! now my counsel take
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 74
Dear lad, wha' linkan o'er the lee
hou01423c00059
MS Eng 793, 1
Dear love, continue nice and chaste
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Dear love, for nothing less than thee
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Dear Lucy, why think I'm deceiving
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Dear Madam! oh, how great the pity
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 13v
Dear maid! no prattler at a mother's knee (incomplete)
hou01423c00086
MS Eng 947, A.L.s. to Allsop
Dear Mirtillo, fair and bright
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 38
Dear Mrs. Anne, I'm certain you'll find true
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 93
Dear mistress, wheresoever you do rest
hou01423c00028
MS Eng 626, 2v
Dear mother, dear mother, the church is cold
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Dear offspring of my thoughtless years
hou01423c00039
MS Eng 926, 1
Dear Reynolds, as last night I lay in bed
hou01423c00179
MS Keats 3.2, 65
Dear, rip my heart and see
hou01423c00028
MS Eng 626, 2
Dear Savior, oh! what ails this heart
hou01423c00456
MS Eng 584, 40
Dear sir, as you are
hou01423c00107
MS Eng 692, 32
Dear sir, I acknowledge I'm really a fash
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 223
Dear sir, not for your name to tunes will sound
hou01423c00387
MS Eng 228, 26
Dear son, What is it? By your father's love I sue (incomplete)
hou01423c00285
MS Keats 2.24.7, 1
Dear, throw that flattering glass away
hou01423c00028
MS Eng 626, 2
Dear Tommy, talk not of the seas
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 82
Dearest, I'm convinced: thou art a gem (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 29v
Dearest, I'm dying! bend thee down
hou01423c00422
MS Am 988, 14v
Dearest Mira, since thou hast
hou01423c00028
MS Eng 626, 23
Death and this man were long at a stand
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Death, be not proud, though some have called thee
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Death came unto a usurer
hou01423c00035
MS Eng 247.5, 11
Death doing us a turban'd masquerade (incomplete)
hou01423c00144
MS Eng 1274, ch. 33
Death ends both scorn and pride (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 33
Death heretofore the look'd for close
hou01423c00346
MS Eng 785, 45
Death I recant and say, unsaid by me
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Death in the shape of a thin poet's come
hou01423c00438
MS Eng 540
Death is a hero, whose relief is sure (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 53v
Death is the last of ills that he can do (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 27
Death on a solemn night of state
hou01423c00057
MS Eng 1038.2, 51v
Death once a tyrant, now a conquered slave
hou01423c00405
MS Eng 623
Death shant have power our souls to disunite (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 25v
Death, thou art welcome; come whene'er thou wilt
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 30
Death throws me here beneath this stone
hou01423c00034
MS Eng 768 (vol. 2), 25
Death, to all troubles, gives a gentle end (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 21v
Death we should prize as the best gift of nature (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 4
Death! well, and what is Death, hoary philosophers (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 54
Death, who cannot change prerogatives with thee
hou01423c00040
MS Eng 1107, folder 5
Deceit to secrecy confin'd (incomplete)
hou01423c00117
MS Eng 1167, 54
Deep from within she seems half way (incomplete)
hou01423c00461
EC. C 6795.817s (c) (formerly 19478.65), p. 18
Deep in a desert-vale, a palace frowns (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 7
Deep in an unctious vale twixt swelling hills
hou01423c00465
MS Eng 636F, 20v
Deep in the shady sadness of a vale
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Deep lamenting loss of treasure
hou01423c00441
MS Eng 1495, 10v
Deferor tempestas hospes quo me cunque rapit
hou01423c00074
MS Eng 265.1, folder 14
Deign at my hands this crown of prayer and praise
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Deign at my hands this crown of praise and prayer
hou01423c00006
MS Eng 966.4, 80
Delicate hands and heads will never appear
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Delights so sweet the spring and grottos give (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 4
Deliver us through thy descent
hou01423c00006
MS Eng 966.4, 87v
Deluded mortal, turn and view thy store
hou01423c00490
MS Eng 680, 45
Deluded mortals, whom the great
hou01423c00033
MS Eng 768 (vol. 1), 70
[Departed ages] shedding where he flew
hou01423c00417
*EC8. W8915.838s, p. 301
Depending on no cultivator's care (incomplete)
hou01423c00024
MS Eng 569.67, 23
Depending seemingly on air
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 77
Descended from an ancient line
hou01423c00467
MS Eng 640, 15
Desire to have doth make us much endure
hou01423c00395
MS Typ 14, 10v
Despair is all folly: hence melancholy
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 3
Despair leads to battle, no courage so great
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 8v
Despairing beside a clear stream
hou01423c00029
MS Eng 512, 43v
Desponding Phillis was endued (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 97
Destruction's Empire shall no longer last (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 99v
Diana, if your eyes can look so low
hou01423c00025
MS Eng 703, 35
Dick Melvin, Dick Melvin, now since ye are gone
hou01423c00445
MS Eng 1491 (3), 52
Did ancient Socrates his fame advance
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 21
Did Ben now live, how would he fret and rage
hou01423c00491
MS Eng 674, 7v
Did but thy dowry answer thy desert
hou01423c00036
MS Eng 702, 5
Dis Caelia's person and her mind agree
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 22
Did Jesus teach doubt? or did he
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Did they add to the pains they've endured ten times more (incomplete)
hou01423c00212
MS Thr 198, folder 27
Did they together testify of time (incomplete)
hou01423c00304
MS Eng 327 (4), p. 5
Did ye ever hear o' guid Earl o' Bran
hou01423c00489
MS Eng 1470, 61
Did ye ever hear of a loyal Scot
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Did ye ever travel 'twixt Berwick and Lyne
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, i, 44
Did ye see e'er a shepherd, ye nymphs, pass this way
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 10v
Did you ever hear of a royal Scot
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Did you hear of Sir James the Rose
hou01423c00344
MS Eng 862, 65v
Didst thou, O magistrate, see
hou01423c00074
MS Eng 265.1, folder 5
Didst thou the milk of some fierce tigress suck
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 25
Dinna ask me gin I love thee
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 102v
Discolor'd, pale, as bastard pearl (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 61
Discord and plots which have undone our age
hou01423c00456
MS Eng 584, 38v
Disdainful Chlona, canst thou destrise
hou01423c00125
MS Eng 808 (8), 68
Disease and sin with wild unmanly rhyme
hou01423c00387
MS Eng 228, 2-leaf sheet
Disgraced, undone, forlorn, made Fortune's sport
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 28
Dissolved in sleep, one silent night I lay
hou01423c00470
MS Eng 676F, 42
Distended with the waters in 'em pent (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 101
Distill me this water
hou01423c00016
MS Eng 1015, 17
Distrust and darkness of a future state
hou01423c00471
MS Eng 602F, 4
Divideand partthe severed world in two (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 101v
Divide my times, and rate my wretched labors
hou01423c00443
MS Eng 1494, 18
Divine command long since did dedicate
hou01423c00405
MS Eng 623
Divine S. John to Patmos Ile exiled
hou01423c00358
MS Typ 49, 130
Divinely has blest Providence design'd (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 67v
Do anything but love; or, if thou lovest
hou01423c00422
MS Am 988, 17v
Do but be in my house as busy as a bee (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
Do but consider this small dust
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Do, happy birds, my suit renew
hou01423c00125
MS Eng 808 (8), 64
Do I regret the past (incomplete)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 58v
Do not fright me, gentle Dobbin
hou01423c00018
MS Eng 1323, 19
Do not, most fragrant earl, disclaim
hou01423c00494
MS Eng 606, 85
Do the fresh streams pay tribute to the seas
hou01423c00050
MS Eng 645, 77
Do they themselves who undertake for hire (incomplete)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 28
Do ye forget the blows, the buffets vile (incomplete)
hou01423c00144
MS Eng 1274, ch. 16
Do you see this rope's end
hou01423c00212
MS Thr 198, folder 90
Do you see yon little boy (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xviii, p. 27
Do you see yon little boy playing with the ball (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xviii, p. 31
Doctissime Apollo
hou01423c00032
Autograph file, D: John Digmore, 2
Doctor, your epigram is true
hou01423c00015
MS Eng 569.63, 2v
Does a monarch reside in that gingerbread toy
hou01423c00190
MS Keats 3.4, 5
Does Halsted wear its native face
hou01423c00039
MS Eng 926, 39
Does lov'd Emilia trembling wait her doom (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, v, p. 177
Does not the hen call in his light, and day
hou01423c00464
MS Eng 631, 107
Dolefu' rings the bell o' rain
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 166v
Donald Cooper comes at e'en
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 171
Donne, the delight of Phoebus and each muse
hou01423c00008
MS Eng 966.2, 1
Doomed, as I am, in solitude to waste (incomplete)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, ii, 30
Doon Decside rade Inveray whistling and playing
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, i, p. 67
Dorinda and her spouse were joined
hou01423c00021
MS Eng 569.65, 4v
Dorset no gentle nymph can find
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Dost thou think I have forgot my valiant leader (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 9
Dost thou desire a good man to be styled
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 98
Dost thou inquire what thou shouldst chiefly shun
hou01423c00405
MS Eng 623
Dost thou know what reputation is (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 5
Doth G. write? surely there's somewhat in't
hou01423c00044
MS Eng 699, 27
Dot'st thou on wealth, thou seemst by heaven decry'd
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 102v
Down by a crystal river side
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Down by a river side
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, ii, p. 84
Down by this smooth stream's wandering side
hou01423c00442
MS Eng 1490, 79
Down by yon crystal river side
hou01423c00445
MS Eng 1491 (3), 20
Down by yon fallow land
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, v, 22
Down, down, my heart, and do not swell
hou01423c00025
MS Eng 703, 15
Down, down, thou fair infectious charm of beauty (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 8
Down ffrom hevyn ffor alle his deyite (incomplete)
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Down in a garden sat my dearest love
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 47v
Down in yon garden sweet and gay
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 86v
Down in yon meadow a couple did tarry
hou01423c00450
MS Eng 1497, i, 35
Down in yonder garden gay
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Draw hither a while my little dear thing
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 202
Draw near, good friends, and list a while
hou01423c00001
MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. iii, p. 49v
Dreaming last night of Mistress Farley
hou01423c00465
MS Eng 636F, 53
Dreaming on nought but idle poetry (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2 (twice)
Dreams are the stories of the right: They be
hou01423c00385
MS Eng 159, 7
Dried carefully on the cooler side of sheaves
hou01423c00179
MS Keats 3.2, 239
Droop not so much, my dear, flag not thy wing
hou01423c00400
MS Eng 639, 4v
Drunk as a diagon, sure is he
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 246v
Dryden has long extended his command (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 15v
Dryden in rhyme cries, "Milton only planned"
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Dub, dub, dubba dub, says the drum in the morning (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 84v
Dugal Quin came to the town
hou01423c00502
MS Eng 1498, loose leaf at end
Duke Hamilton wagered a wager
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 92v
Duke Hamilton was as brave a lord
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, vi, 35
Duke Hamilton was as fine a lord
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 94v
Dukes and lords a-hunting gane (incomplete)
hou01423c00466
MS Eng 1444, 27v
Dullness! whose good old cause I yet defend (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 46


E
E! quoth the Tod 'tis a braw light night
hou01423c00489
MS Eng 1470, 126v
Each crowded street had stirring of its own (incomplete)
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Each day thou liv'st, be wiser on that score
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 99v
Each drew his pen in rhyme or prose (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 74v
Each fancy cit who strolls from town
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 94v
Each girl when pleased with what is taught (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 94v
Each look of yours has in it ev'ry grace
hou01423c00471
MS Eng 602F, 7
Each man is in his spectre's power (incomplete)
hou01423c00117
MS Eng 1167, 7
Each one is blest that fears the Lord
hou01423c00400
MS Eng 639, 11
Each placed on the table a goblet of gold (incomplete)
hou01423c00314
MS Eng 1260 Folder 47, folder 47
Each rival now may his Sir Isaac boast
hou01423c00015
MS Eng 569.63, 34
Each thinks himself a sharper most profound (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 6v
Each to the other did confus'dly prate (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 64v
Each whoremaster his cuckold thus o'erpowers (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 137
Each woman is a brief of womankind
hou01423c00002
MS Eng 966.3, 113v
Each woman wise her husband rules (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 130
Eager he looked: another train of years (incomplete)
hou01423c00114
MS Am 1448 (nos. 20-63), 52
Earl Bicket's sworn a mighty aith
hou01423c00489
MS Eng 1470, 178
Earl Brand's a-wooing gane (incomplete)
hou01423c00489
MS Eng 1470, 67
Earl Walter stroked his milk white steed
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xviii, p. 29
Early to rise if thou thyself address
hou01423c00400
MS Eng 639, 19v
Earth goeth upon earth as mold upon mold
hou01423c00016
MS Eng 1015, 124v
Earth has no plague like love to hatred turned (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 50
Earth raised up her head
hou01423c00117
MS Eng 1167, 56
Earth trembled, and heaven's closing eye
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MS Eng 584, 40
Ease would recant Vows made in pain as violent and void (incomplete)
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MS Keats 3.13, ii, 94v
Easing my body t'other day
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East Muir King and West Muir King
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MS Eng 1444, 22
Echo, I ween, will in the woods reply
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MS Eng 768 (vol. 2), 52
Edinburgh Castle, town, and Tower (incomplete)
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MS Am 2349, xxvi, 632
Edward, lo! to sudden fate
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MS Eng 116.6, folder vi, 20
Edward the ffirst regnid tha trwli (incomplete)
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MS Eng 534
E'en now while I write time steals on thy youth (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1323, 18 tipped in
E'er yet to heaven my infant thought could reach
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MS Eng 569.65, 10
Egbert, a young and valiant hero
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MS Eng 926, 27
Ego ros campi in the field
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MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. iii, p. 46
Ego sumI am Iuvenisa young man
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MS Eng 1471, iii, 91
Eight callow infants filled the mossy nest (incomplete)
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MS Keats 3.13, i, 65
Either heaven with lightning strike him dead (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1260 Folder 47, folder 47
Either this awful volume lies (incomplete)
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MS Eng 630, 19v
Eliah worketh wonders with his word
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MS Typ 49, 47v
Elijah's example declares
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MS Eng 614, 134v
Ellen, close those laughing eyes
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MS Keats 3.4, 13v
Embraces! Love! and kindness! what are these (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, iii, 13
Empire, the daughter and the sire divide
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MS Eng 768 (vol. 1), 31v
Encaged within thy aviary
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MS Eng 569.65, 21
Encinctured with a shrine of leaves (incomplete)
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MS Eng 947, a.l.s. to Reynolds
Encompass'd with clouds of distress
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MS Eng 616, ii, 42v
Endless her praise would be, could I design (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, ii, 65v
England, lament, and at your great Duke's fall
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MS Eng 686, 74
England no more of jealousies shall know (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, iii, 86
England rejoice and wipe away your tears
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MS Eng 247.5, 75
Enjoy thy bondage, make thy prison know
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MS Eng 1278, folder 11
Enoch first with a benign cheer
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MS Eng 766, 389v
Enough for me, if to some feeling breast (incomplete)
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MS Keats 3.13, i, 67
Enough, my muse, of earthly things
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Enquire her health; I fear she's in distress (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, iii, 31
Enslav'd to sense, to pleasure prone
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MS Eng 614, 109
Envy will merit as its shade pursue (incomplete)
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MS Am 505, 5
Envy's a grief no kiness [sic] can assuage
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MS Eng 614, 100
Enwrapt in ease my muse in calm repose
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MS Eng 680, 28
Ere Europe's peace is broken quite
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MS Eng 629, 38
Ere I go hence and be no more
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MS Eng 626, 32v
Ere I sleep, for every favor
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MS Eng 616, ii, 45v
Ere yellow autumn from our plains retir'd
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MS Eng 611, i, 95
Ere yet the day is dawning
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MS Thr 198, folder 9
Ereenia lifted Kalyal from the bank (incomplete)
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MS Eng 265.1, folder 11
Error and lust, guides of adulterous men
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MS Eng 686, 12v
Escaped from my guardian's tyrannical sway (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, ii, 107v
Escaped with life in tatters
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MS Thr 198, folder 70
Eschew the idle life (incomplete)
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MS Eng 265.6, v. 2 (twice)
Essex and Warwick, God you save and bless
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MS Eng 228, 5v
Eternal, and omnipotent unseen
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MS Keats 3.13, ii, 15v
Eternal Beam of light divine
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MS Eng 614, 122
Eternal Father, hear
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MS Eng 611, iii, 36
Eternal God (for whom who ever dare
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MS Eng 966.5, 30
Eternal God, preserver of all those
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MS Eng 676F, 8
Eternal power! whose high abode
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Autograph file, W: Isaac Watts, 19v
Ethereal fire! thy bounties last I praise
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MS Eng 611, i, 20
Ethmian Castle in on a rock
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MS Eng 1496, 4v
Etrurian domes, Pelasgian walls
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MS Eng 601.66, 5
Etterick forest's a pleasant land
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MS Eng 1500, 44
Europe enraged to see the flames of war
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MS Eng 606, 29v
Even as the wax doth feed and quench the flame
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MS Typ 14, 73
Even in the name of him, whose mighty power
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MS Eng 247.5, 18
Even such is time which takes in haste
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MS Eng 628, 199
Even such is time which takes in trust
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MS Eng 1490, 105
Even yet I tremble, like the wretch who stands (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, iii, 42v
Ever eating, never cloying
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MS Am 1177, 13
Ever faithful friend, facetious Gray
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MS Am 1369, 14
Ever let the fancy roam
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Ever such is time, which takes in trust
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MS Keats 3.13, ii, 37
Every crime Has in the moment of its perpetration (incomplete)
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MS Keats 3.13, ii, 8v
Every day prepare So fancy to the musing poet's eye (incomplete)
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MS Eng 629, on half-title page "Class First. Miscellaneous Sonnets. Part I"
Every part with white was hung (incomplete)
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MS Eng 265.6, v. 4
Ev'n as an aged oak Push'd to and fro, the labor of the storm (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, ii, 97v
Ev'n now invention flags; the wearied muse
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MS Eng 612, ii, 112
Exalted passion! pure, ethereal flame
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MS Eng 680, 52v
Exalted Socrates! divinely brave (incomplete)
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MS Eng 615, i, 75v
Examine, princely shepherd, here
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MS Eng 785, 9v
Excellent Brutus, of all human race (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1312, 14v
Except the lord do build the house
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MS Eng 639, 10v
Excuse me, Eliot, if here I name thee
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MS Eng 1278, folder 12-17, no. 13
Excuse me now my dearest dear
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MS Eng 1491 (3), 94
Excuses all but bootless are
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MS Eng 645, 7
Expose no single fop, but lay the load (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, ii, 60v
Extravagance, like popery, he hates (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, ii, 70v
Eyes I have, and yet I've none
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MS Eng 768 (vol. 1), 47v


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Fa, me, sol, la, me, sol, give me thy hand
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MS Eng 686, 76
Fade, flowers, fade; nature will have it so
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Fain would I have a pretty thing
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MS Eng 1503 (1), 89
Faint amorist: what dost thou think (incomplete)
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MS Eng 616, i, 1
Faint gleams the evening radiance through the sky
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MS Eng 265, 25
Fair and foolish, little and loud
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MS Eng 686, 32v
Fair and good liquor, 'tis by all agreed
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MS Eng 611, ii, 78
Fair angel of England, thy beauty most bright
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MS Eng 895, 53v
Fair Annie an' sweet Willie
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MS Eng 1470, 77
Fair As summer skies, when not a cloud deforms (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, i, 10
Fair as the blushing grape she stands
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MS Eng 768 (vol. 1), 36
Fair as the dawning light! auspicious guest
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MS Eng 612, ii, 111
Fair boy, why shunn'st thou me
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MS Eng 703, 60v
Fair Cloris in a pigsty lay
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MS Eng 636F, 43
Fair Dunch's eyes such radiant glances dart
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MS Eng 768 (vol. 1), 36
Fair Eleanor being growing up a young lady
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MS Am 2349, xxiii, 333
Fair fa' you Donald Downie (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1505, 28
Fair, fairer than the fairest
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MS Eng 1495, 8v
Fair flower of Harrington's renowned race
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MS Eng 121, 7
Fair France the arrow, Dale gave them the bow
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MS Eng 586, 153v
Fair, great, and good, since seeing you, we see
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Fair Helen was long the delight of the young
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MS Am 1745.3, 4
Fair, if you could always charm (incomplete)
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MS Eng 870, folder 37A
Fair in a morn, oh fairest morne, was it ever morn so fair
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MS Eng 1495, 17v
Fair Iris I love, and I hourly die
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MS Eng 895, 61
Fair Isabel of Roch royal
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MS Eng 512, 73
Fair Isabel, poor simple Isabel
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Fair ladies, number five
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MS Eng 768 (vol. 1), 68
Fair ladies, trusty squires, and powder'd beaus (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, i, 90
Fair Lady Anne sat in her bower
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MS Eng 1497, i, 97v
Fair lady Isabel sits in her bower sewing (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1471, vi, 4
Fair lady, lay your costly robes aside
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MS Eng 512, 86
Fair lady, who I thing [sic] do know my case
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MS Eng 628, 168
Fair maid whose foot the margin roves
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MS Eng 569.68, 8v
Fair Margaret of Gregour was the flower of her kin
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MS Eng 1498, 50
Fair Margret was a young lady
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MS Eng 1504, 3v
Fair Marjorie sat i' her bower door
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MS Eng 1470, 99
Fair princess you confound me. Am I fair (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, ii, 98v
Fair, royal maid, permit a youth undone
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Fair Sally loved a bonny seaman
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MS Eng 895, 80v
Fair shepherdess, why dost thou weep
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MS Eng 645, 70v
Fair soul, which wast not only as all souls be
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Fair stranger, winged maid, where dost thou rest
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MS Eng 631, 108v
Fair was my mistress, and fine as a bride
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MS Eng 808 (8), 38
Fair written name, but deeper in my heart
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MS Eng 768 (vol. 1), 39
Fairest and latest of the beauteous race
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MS Eng 768 (vol. 1), 33v
Fairest Clariza, when you read
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MS Eng 808 (8), 55
Fairest creature, dearest Nancy
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MS Eng 895, 11
Fairest of all the virgin throng
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MS Eng 895, 5
Fairest of the fairy train (incomplete)
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MS Am 2349, v, p. 177
Fairest of the virgin train
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MS Eng 1038.1, 23
Fairfax the valiant, and the only head
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MS Eng 636F, 73v
Faith can raise earth to heaven or draw down
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MS Eng 631, 44v
Faith, gentlemen, we do not blame your wit
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MS Eng 686, 24v
Faith I believe, and 'tis no sin at all
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MS Eng 645, 6v
Faith, thou art comical
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MS Thr 198, folder 40
False glozing pleasures, casks of happiness
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MS Eng 631, 35
False love, and hae ye played me this (incomplete)
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False on his deanery, false, nay more, I'll lay
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MS Eng 686, 6v
Fame is at best but an inconstant good
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MS Am 1369, 13v
Fame, let thy trumpet sound
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MS Eng 834, folder 42
Fame, like a wayward girl, will still be coy
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Fame, thou art false and tellest lies
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MS Eng 703, 4v
Famed for contemptuous breach of sacred ties
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MS Keats 3.13, i, 16
Famed Orpheus' lyre could stop the rivers' course
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MS Eng 692, 23v
Famed Stymphal I have heard thy birds in flight
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MS Eng 626, 48v
Fanatics have their dreams, wherewith they weave (incomplete)
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Fancy, sprightly nymph, whose dress
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MS Eng 612, ii, 115v
Fancy's mimic work, ten thousand shapes (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, i, 8v
Fancy, fairer than a flower
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MS Eng 1038.1, 34
Fanshaw's princess posted after (incomplete)
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MS Eng 633, 15v
Far and near The dreadful tempest swells. Lo! from the east (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, i, 40v
Far down in the lowlands of Scotland, I've heard
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MS Keats 4.3.26, 1
Far from strife and love's alarms
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MS Thr 198, folder 44
Far from the reach of mortal grief
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Autograph file: Hannah More, 1v
Far from the sun and summer gale
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MS Eng 116.6, folder vi, 20
Far from the world, on a strange soil
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MS Thr 198, folder 32
Far happier are the dead, methinks, than they (incomplete)
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MS Keats 3.13, ii, 7v
Far happier were the meanest peasant's lot (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, i, 124v
Far has great George already fixt renown (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, ii, 69
Far in, a lonely cell is found (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, i, 71v
Far in a vale adorned with fairest flow'rs
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MS Eng 926, 25
Far in a wild, unknown to public view
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MS Eng 680, 14v
Far in the covert of a bushy wood (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, i, 123
Far lovelier, and his heart could not sustain (incomplete)
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MS Am 1622 (212), 1
Fare thee well, my native cot
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MS Eng 1486 (3), 27v
Fare you well, my old daddy! farewell
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MS Eng 895, 3v
Fare well, fair Arminda my joy and my grief
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MS Eng 808 (8), 16
Fare well, Thomas, I wend my way (incomplete)
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MS Am 2349, xxii. 193
Farewell, brave prince, O may you never cease
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MS Eng 623
Farewell, dear Molly, for I must leave
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MS Eng 895, 82
Farewell, dear Revechia, my joy and my grief
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MS Eng 808 (8), 39
Farewell, false love, thou oracle of lies
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Farewell, farewell all hope of bliss
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MS Eng 1038.1, 3
Farewell. farewell, fair Anne, he cries (incomplete)
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MS Am 2349, xxiii, 297
Farewell! farewell! the word you hear
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MS Am 1428 (168)
Farewell, great painter of mankind
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MS Eng 692, 22v
Farewell, love, and all soft pleasure
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MS Eng 512, 8v
Farewell, lovely Nancy, I find we must part
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MS Eng 1470, 100
Farewell, mother, tears are streaming
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MS Am 988, 27
Farewell, my dear Nancy, for now must I leave
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MS Eng 1471, v, 25v
Farewell, my useless scrip, and poor unheeded flocks
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MS Eng 512, 13v
Farewell sweet scenes of first delight
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MS Am 988, 7
Farewell, thou fields of Irwin's vale (incomplete)
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MS Am 2349, v, p. 177
Farewell, thou noble Scot. I leave
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MS Eng 723.1, (5)
Farewell to the smiles of dear England's daughters
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MS Keats 3.4, 13v
Farewell, vain world. I have known enough of thee
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MS Eng 629, 38
Farewell, vain world! and thou its vainest part (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, i, 103v
Farewell, ye forests and delightful hills (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, i, 77
Farewell, ye gilded follies, pleasing troubles
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MS Eng 606, 94v
Farewell ye green fields, ye sweet groves
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MS Eng 1038.1, 33v
Farewell, ye naiads of the stream
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MS Eng 569.65, 28
Farewell, ye nymphs who range the humble plains
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MS Eng 629, 68
Farmer Sod had three daughters, Bet, Nancy, and Sue
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MS Thr 198, folder 21
Fast by a fountain sweet and clear,
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MS Eng 1495, 9
Fat thumping roasted fowls, with each a pound (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, ii, 69v
Fate doth his escape intend For fear the stock of Dardanus should end (incomplete)
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MS Eng 631, 13v
Fates guide us, unto fates yield we (incomplete)
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MS Eng 631, 16v
Father, behold with gracious eyes
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MS Eng 614, 90
Father, father, have you found my golden ball (incomplete)
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MS Am 2349, xxiv, 397
Father, forgive thy froward child
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MS Eng 611, iii, 40
Father, I long, I faint to see
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Autograph file, W: Isaac Watts, 11v
Father, I stretch my hands to thee
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MS Eng 614, 94v
Father, in me reveal thy son
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MS Eng 614, 90
Father of all, in every age
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MS Eng 768 (vol. 2), 28v
Father of heaven, and him by whom
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Father, of Jesus Christ, my lord
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MS Eng 614, 90
Father of Jesus Christ the just (incomplete)
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MS Eng 614, 89v
Father of light and life, thou God supreme
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MS Keats 3.13, ii, 46
Father of light, from whom proceeds
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MS Eng 614, 116v
Father of mercies, now vouchsafe relief
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MS Eng 623
Father, part of his double interest
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Father. Son, and Holy Ghost
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MS Eng 616, ii, 52
Father, why do the warriors troop
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Autograph file, H: James Hogg, 1
Father, why Innocent? when most men know
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MS Eng 645, 83v
Fear, a wild-visaged man with starting eye (incomplete)
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MS Eng 947, A.L.s. to Cottle
Fear not, dear love, that I'll reveal
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Fear not the anger of the wise to raise (incomplete)
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MS Keats 3.13, i, 79v
Fear waits on those who do love's stings approve
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MS Eng 645, 62
Fear, with its host of follies, errors, woes (incomplete)
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MS Am 1448 (nos. 20-63), 52
Fee simple and a simple fee
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MS Keats 3.13, i, 54v
Feed on my lips, sweet love
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MS Eng 686, 79
Fell meagre death as soon deprives
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MS Eng 639, 20
Few are the lover's joys, many his sorrows are
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MS Am 1919, 5v
Few things surpass old wine; and they may preach (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1274, ch. 37
Ffareth gentlemen, I do not blame your wit
hou01423c00402
MS Eng 628, 174
Fie, flattering fortune, look thou never so fair
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MS Eng 765, 74v
Fie, scholars, fie; have you such thirsty souls
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MS Eng 631, 101v
Fierce bulls when Venus' stings incite (incomplete)
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MS Eng 631, 14v
Fierce darts the sun his scorching rays (incomplete)
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MS Eng 265, 2
Fierce, wan And tyrannizing was the lady's look (incomplete)
hou01423c00144
MS Eng 1274, ch. 115
Fighting for God, France must desert her prince
hou01423c00494
MS Eng 606, 34v
Fill for me a brimming bowl
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Fill the cup, Philip, and let us drink a dram
hou01423c00001
MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. iii, p. 1
Fill the glass, let hautboys sound
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MS Eng 768 (vol. 1), 39v
Fill the glasses around, let full bumpers be crowned
hou01423c00014
MS Eng 1143, n.f.
Fill'd with the first faint odor (incomplete)
hou01423c00086
MS Eng 947, A.L.s. to Cottle
Fine lace and linen, sir
hou01423c00034
MS Eng 768 (vol. 2), 57v
Fine madam's tongue 'gainst plural livings moves
hou01423c00387
MS Eng 228, 26v
Fine women and devils compleat in their way
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 6v
Fire, fire, fire! That drawer is on fire
hou01423c00363
MS Eng 1461, 237
First and above the rest I love my God
hou01423c00025
MS Eng 703, 16v
First born of chaos, who so fair didst come
hou01423c00464
MS Eng 631, 83v
First he the grim Cleonia lion slew (incomplete)
hou01423c00464
MS Eng 631, 9v
First I went to warm myself in Lady Betty's chamber because I was cold,
hou01423c00018
MS Eng 1323, 59
First I will with Westmorland begin
hou01423c00435
MS Eng 633, 82
First, I'm of various size and hue
hou01423c00018
MS Eng 1323, 48
First the great gods thy utmost rev'rence claim
hou01423c00490
MS Eng 680, 74
First the sweet speaker Wi Williams I saw
hou01423c00458
MS Eng 585, 111
First the sweet speaker, Williams I saw
hou01423c00435
MS Eng 633, 21
First there came shipmen and that not a few (incomplete)
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, v, 41
First thou must bid good company adieu
hou01423c00036
MS Eng 702, 13
First when Henry came to Clatt
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 125
First when I came to Aberdeen
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 171v
First when I came to Logie house
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 163v
First when I came to town
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 164v
First worship God, he that forgets to pray
hou01423c00464
MS Eng 631, 111
Fismenus non nasatus was (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
Fitly to you, my mother, do I bring
hou01423c00042
MS Eng 265.2, folder 3
Fitzhandynge rose, he rose like bright sun in the morn
hou01423c00149
MS Eng 506, 14v
Five books are for us prepared
hou01423c00436
MS Eng 1488, 41
Five times the moon her horns hath filled with light the earth to spread
hou01423c00049
MS Eng 757, 111
Flashes of fire they departed from on high (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 64
Flat contradictions wage in Bolton war
hou01423c00033
MS Eng 768 (vol. 1), 32
Flattering Damon, pray give o'er
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 40
Flavia, the least and slightest toy
hou01423c00033
MS Eng 768 (vol. 1), 50
Flaws in his friends he found, and then withdrew
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 78
Flee youthful lusts; the great apostle said
hou01423c00429
MS Eng 613, 37
Flesh is the cause of dangerous debate
hou01423c00016
MS Eng 1015, 18
Flora, a nymph of high desert
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 14v
Flora, goddess sweetly blooming
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 41v
Florella first in charms and wit
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 77v
Florella, tho' my longing eyes
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 19v
Florus to you, with whom tho' never seen
hou01423c00031
MS Am 1919, 25
Flow, Welsted, flow! like thine inspirer beer (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 47v
Fly, flattering fortune, look thou never so fair
hou01423c00027
MS Eng 749, 81
Fly, O fly then, my sweet Willie (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xviii, p. 32
Fly, O fly, thou lazy groan
hou01423c00028
MS Eng 626, 75
Fly, prince, from hence into a kinder clime (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 30
Fly, scholars, fly, have you such thirsty souls
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 18v
Fly, thou pretty active part
hou01423c00035
MS Eng 247.5, 67
Foe to loud praise and friend to learned ease
hou01423c00411
*82-408, 145
Folks talk of supplies
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 123
Follies, if uncontrolled, of every kind (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 96
Follow, we're by justice spurred
hou01423c00212
MS Thr 198, folder 40
Folly and vice are easy to describe
hou01423c00491
MS Eng 674, 14
Fond fancy's scum, and dregs of scattered thought (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2 (twice)
Fond grief at good men's graves a riddle found
hou01423c00387
MS Eng 228, 21
Fond man, be wise, strive not above thy strength (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 138v
Fond man, thou hopes to catch a face
hou01423c00125
MS Eng 808 (8), 102
Fond woman, thou wouldst have thy husband die
hou01423c00002
MS Eng 966.3, 62v
Fond woman, which would have thy husband die
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Fond woman, which wouldst have thy husband die
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Fondler and mourner of "The two Gazelles"
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Autograph file, L: W. S. Landor, 1
Fool that I was! to shun each warm address
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 89
Fool'd Tantalus in days of old
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 50
Fop Corner now is free from Civil Bar (incomplete)
hou01423c00125
MS Eng 808 (8), 5v
For a couple of years in the columns of Puff
hou01423c00333
MS Eng 936 (v.1), 77
For a German laird to danton me
hou01423c00450
MS Eng 1497, ii, 140v
For all our slips in memory and tongue
hou01423c00039
MS Eng 926, 37v
For all the shipwrecks and the liquid graves
hou01423c00399
MS Eng 634, 8
For an odd creature, full of creeks and windings
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
For anything I see, he's in his right wits (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
For as each man is brave, till put to rout (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 50
For as when the Creator made the earth (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 68
For as with equal rage and equal might (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 5v
For beauty hath a living name (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2 (twice)
For conscience like a fiery horse
hou01423c00492
MS Eng 555, 25
For deepest woes old Harpax scorns to feel
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MS Eng 569.63, 2
For did ye murmur then my Trullibubs
hou01423c00074
MS Eng 265.1, folder 15
For ease the harassed seaman prays
hou01423c00039
MS Eng 926, 76
For empires, let th' ambitious sue to Jove (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 26v
For every hour that thou wilt spare me now
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For every hour that thou wilt spare to me
hou01423c00004
MS Eng 966.7, 36v
For every ill beneath the sun
hou01423c00410
*82-408, 10v
For female ills which Pennington indites
hou01423c00107
MS Eng 692, 47v
For fishing, fowling, cocking, grousing
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, ii, p. 138
For fortune's favors you your riches bring
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For freedom's battle once begun (incomplete)
hou01423c00144
MS Eng 1274, p. 441
For God's sake hold your tongue, and let me love
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For gold you sacrifice your fame
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 7v
For golden fees each sold his silver tongue (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 65
For half an hour he feeds, and when he 'as done (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 72v
For him, also, I poured out many tears
hou01423c00438
MS Eng 540
For Hudibras wore but one spur (incomplete)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, ii, 16v
For I am not without authority in my jeopardy, which I derive inevitably from the glory of the name of the Lord (incomplete)
hou01423c00349
MS Eng 719, frag. B ("For" portion)
For I have slain one of the courteousest knights (incomplete)
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, vi, 13
For I, poor man, joined woe unto my name (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
For I will teach, if possible, the stones (incomplete)
hou01423c00144
MS Eng 1274, ch. 129
For idle stories very well agree (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 101v
For if a humble bee should kill a whale (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2 (twice)
For I'll lay my life the pledge o' that (incomplete)
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, vi, 11v
For in that mighty multitude
hou01423c00074
MS Eng 265.1, folder 4
For know, by lot from Jove, I am the pow'r (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 130
For let him do, or counsel all he can
hou01423c00206
MS Thr 39, 21v
For lo my Jonah how he slumpt
hou01423c00017
MS Am 929, 90
For love had, like the canker worm
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 76v
For love's sake kiss me once again
hou01423c00028
MS Eng 626, 79v
For many an excellence admired thou art
hou01423c00078
MS Eng 1094, 64
For many days through various towns they passed (incomplete)
hou01423c00020
MS Eng 569.68, 7v
For many unsuccessful years
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 63v
For marriage is a matter of more worth (incomplete)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, ii, 122v
For most men (till by losing rendered sager) (incomplete)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 81
For much the truth most urgently required (incomplete)
hou01423c00304
MS Eng 327 (4), opposite p. 1
For my first twenty years since yesterday
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For my own sake fain I wou'd all believe (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 31
For my part, sir, The more absurd, 't shall be the better welcome (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2 (twice)
For news at court if that you ask
hou01423c00400
MS Eng 639, 21v
For none could yet your matchless paintings view (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 97
For oft we find that storms and sorrows prove (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 91
For our long biding here
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 171
For praise, the gadfly of the mind (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 80
For prowess' sake the Troyans died
hou01423c00049
MS Eng 757, 165
For prudent as the noted sage was known (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 62
For rhetoric, he could not ope (incomplete)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, ii, 16
For rhyme the rudder is of verses (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 61v
For scarce a man of all the crew (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 42v
For sin he doth reprove both prince and priest
hou01423c00358
MS Typ 49, 76
For Sir John Forster, I dare well say (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, ii, p. 121
For still does madness roam on guilt's bleak dizzy height (incomplete)
hou01423c00086
MS Eng 947, A.L.s. to Cottle
For stones of wisdom let us search
hou01423c00030
MS Eng 1504, 14
For such great overthrows A candle burns too bright a sacrifice (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2 (twice)
For sure, sometimes an oath
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
For that fair blessed mother-maid
hou01423c00006
MS Eng 966.4, 85v
For the Danes are of the children of Zabulon (incomplete)
hou01423c00349
MS Eng 719, frag. B ("For" portion)
For the few hours of life allotted me (incomplete)
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For the first twenty years, since yesterday
hou01423c00002
MS Eng 966.3, 64v
For the increase of wool, By flaying of live horses, and new covering them (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
For the most loved are they
hou01423c00426
Ms Am 1034, 45v
For then the Ceylon diver held his breath (incomplete)
hou01423c00275
MS Keats 2.17.2
For there's Bishop's teign
hou01423c00247
MS Keats 1.24, 1
For this is being a friend just in the nick
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For this what reason can there be (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 102v
For tho' Chineses go to bed (incomplete)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, ii, 18
For those that needs will taste of parents' joys (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 77v
For time but holds His moiety in truth till joy shall lead (incomplete)
hou01423c00304
MS Eng 327 (4), p. 7
For 'tis the mind that animates the face (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 113v
For 'twas the eye that first discern'd the food (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 81
For twelve honest men have determined his cause
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 88v
For want of practice or for want of skill
hou01423c00015
MS Eng 569.63, 11v
For Warwick she keeps two stallions in pay
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For wha ere had a leader luve (incomplete)
hou01423c00466
MS Eng 1444, 27v
For when tempestuous winds surprise (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 73v
For who would lose Though full of pain, this intellectual Being (incomplete)
hou01423c00431
MS Eng 615, i, 70v
For why such raptures, flights, and fancies (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 94v
For why, who writes such histories as these (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
For wisdom's pow'r (since after all (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 129v
For women, with a mischief to their kind (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 14v
For ye, blest youths, I wake the patriot strain
hou01423c00476
MS Am 2374, 2v
For you and for you, who for yoy my Johnie lad
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, vii, 126v
For you must know strange things in pulpits (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2 (twice)
For your gaping gulf, and your gullet wide (incomplete)
hou01423c00144
MS Eng 1274, ch. 49
For your sake Lady Margery (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xviii, p. 27
For youth's amusement you was made
hou01423c00013
MS Am 1177, 12v
Forbear the meanness of the poor to upbraid
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 97
Forbear, vain man, to launch with reason's eye (incomplete)
hou01423c00490
MS Eng 680, back cover
Fore now I've been offered both money and beer
hou01423c00212
MS Thr 198, folder 23
Forget thee! O never! the flame in my heart
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 54v
Forgetful what from him I still received (incomplete)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, ii, 94v
Forgetting, that in times of yore (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 79
Forgive me if your looks I thought
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Forgive, sweet girl, these thoughts that rise
hou01423c00114
MS Am 1448 (nos. 20-63), no. 46
Forgive, ye fair, nor take it wrong
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Formed with such strong propensity to prate
hou01423c00107
MS Eng 692, 22
Forth from the dark and dismal cell
hou01423c00125
MS Eng 808 (8), 41
Forth from the furies of this place
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 256
Fortune and hope adieu, I'm safe ashore
hou01423c00411
*82-408, 132
Fortune and hope, farewell! I've found a port
hou01423c00107
MS Eng 692, 49
Fortune assist me, and propitious be (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 19
Fortune favors the brave, old proverbs say
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Fortune, I pray thee, do my love protect
hou01423c00036
MS Eng 702, 10
Fortune is sweet, Fortune is sour
hou01423c00326
Autograph file, P: John Howard Payne, 1
Fortune never fails, if she bid take place
hou01423c00004
MS Eng 966.7, 45v
Foul fa' the breast first treason bred in
hou01423c00450
MS Eng 1497, i, 114v
Fountain of being, source of Good
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 109
Four and twenty gay ladies
hou01423c00450
MS Eng 1497, ii, 22
Four and twenty handsome youths
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 21
Four and twenty Highlandmen came all from Carrie said
hou01423c00344
MS Eng 862, 113
Four and twenty highlandmen they gaed to the market
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, v, 46v
Four and twenty noblemen
hou01423c00502
MS Eng 1498, 8
Four and twenty trumpeters all in a row
hou01423c00483
MS Eng 1506, 14
Four seasons fill the measure of the year
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Four things in drinking breed one discontent
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 11v
Four things in heart
hou01423c00035
MS Eng 247.5, 31v
Four years twice told I dwelt in darkestcell
hou01423c00017
MS Am 929, 91
Frail glass! thou mortal art as well as I
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, ii, 4
Frail in ambition how weak the foundation
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 11v
Francis, the first French king that bore that name
hou01423c00035
MS Eng 247.5, 40v
Frank, I return thy hounds with thanks
hou01423c00050
MS Eng 645, 27
Frankly forgive, but always with this care
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 99
Free from sorrows, pain and care
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 3v
Free from the lust of wealth, and glittering shares (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 106v
Frenzied with new woes Unused to hand, by hard compulsion bent (incomplete)
hou01423c00144
MS Eng 1274, ch. 3
Fresh clad from heaven in robes of white
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, ii, 37v
Fresh morning gusts have blown away all fear
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Fret not thyself because of them
hou01423c00400
MS Eng 639, 13
Fridays of everyweek, the proverb says
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 75v
Friend! dear departed Saint! I do thee wrong
hou01423c00461
EC. C 6795.817s (c) (formerly 19478.65), 2nd front fly-leaf
Friend of my soul! This goblet sip
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 25
Friendliest of men, Aders! I never come
hou01423c00078
MS Eng 1094, 30
Friends were quite hard to find, old authors say
hou01423c00117
MS Eng 1167, 77
Friendship, esteem, I thought, were manly virtues (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 14
Friendship, like love, is but a name
hou01423c00057
MS Eng 1038.2, 54v
Friendship, mysterious cement of the soul (incomplete)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 60v
Friendship! which still enlarged with years and sense (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 87
Frets make best music; strings the higher racked (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2 (twice)
Froggy he's a wooing ride
hou01423c00488
MS Eng 1470, 59
Frolic and gay, for pleasure born
hou01423c00405
MS Eng 623
From a reflecting mind and sorrowing heart (incomplete)
hou01423c00304
MS Eng 327 (4), last page
From a sensual, proud, atheistical life
hou01423c00465
MS Eng 636F, 131v
From art and science true contentment springs (incomplete)
hou01423c00019
MS Am 505, 5
From being anxious or secure
hou01423c00006
MS Eng 966.4, 87
From cloister's cells when pedantry and pride
hou01423c00068
MS Eng 116.6, folder vi, 8
From courts and cities frequent he retir'd (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 123
From Cowper's Task, all Cooper's task succeed
hou01423c00015
MS Eng 569.63, 1v
From creeping moss to soaring cedar thou (incomplete)
hou01423c00094
MS Eng 1312, 14v
From Crist's byrth complete nyen hundred yere
hou01423c00390
MS Eng 530, 4v
From Dumnottan to Aberdeen (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxvi, 673
From Dunkirk in France in the month of September
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, v, 95
From England's happy and unequal state
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 8
From fading leaves, you see how time resumes (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 94v
From false assumption rose, and fondly hailed (incomplete)
hou01423c00417
*EC8. W8915.838s, p. 362
From flower to flower flit honey bees
hou01423c00446
MS Eng 630, 1v
From foes that round us rise
hou01423c00114
MS Am 1448 (nos. 20-63), 62
From frozen climes and endless tracks of snow (incomplete)
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From grave lessons and restraint
hou01423c00029
MS Eng 512, 58v
From heavy dreams fair Helen rose
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From high Olympus and the realms above
hou01423c00462
EC7. Ox250.702p (originally ML 15.2F), item 10
From hunting whores and haunting plays
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From inland led by fame we came to see
hou01423c00491
MS Eng 674, 14v
From Katheryn's dark was launched a prink
hou01423c00402
MS Eng 628, 164v
From me this mass of all productive earth
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 5
From mirth, that seems a harmless thing
hou01423c00212
MS Thr 198, folder 57
From Mohawk's mouth far toward the rising sun (incomplete)
hou01423c00114
MS Am 1448 (nos. 20-63), 52
From needing danger, to be good
hou01423c00006
MS Eng 966.4, 87v
From North, East, West, South (the solution's made)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 20
From Nottingham town that prince of renown
hou01423c00487
MS Eng 1501, 14v
From one that languisheth in discontent
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 56
From rite and ordinance abased they fled (incomplete)
hou01423c00417
*EC8. W8915.838s, p. 413
From scourging rebellion and battling proud France
hou01423c00405
MS Eng 623
From Senegal's and Gambia's winding wave (incomplete)
hou01423c00114
MS Am 1448 (nos. 20-63), 52
From sluggish sleep and slumber (incomplete)
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From Spey to the border was peace and good order
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, v, 87v
From splendid woe, from pomp and noise
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 14v
From steep to steep the troops advanced with pain (incomplete)
hou01423c00054
MS Eng 731, folder 275, 11
From such a force whose excellence
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 59v
From such fond dreams my soul awake
hou01423c00020
MS Eng 569.68, 8v
From sweet, bewitching tricks of love
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 30
From tempting Satan to tempt us
hou01423c00006
MS Eng 966.4, 87v
From the baptismal vow through weal and woe
hou01423c00412
Autograph file, W: William Wordsworth, 1
From the black regions of eternal night
hou01423c00039
MS Eng 926, 16v
From the deep vaulted den of endless night
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From the first circle I descended thus (incomplete)
hou01423c00179
MS Keats 3.2, 70v
From the first moment that I saw your face
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 23
From the gaze of lost Alcanzor
hou01423c00039
MS Eng 926, 10
From the heavens there hath descended
hou01423c00441
MS Eng 1495, 4v
From the hot odors of her spicy nest (incomplete)
hou01423c00025
MS Eng 703, 3
From the low vale on darkling fancy's wing (incomplete)
hou01423c00144
MS Eng 1274, no. 44
From the prince to the peasant look carefully down
hou01423c00429
MS Eng 613, 89
From the wise court, and dull well-meaning town
hou01423c00491
MS Eng 674, 1
From thence Ise went, and I saw my Lord Mayor (incomplete)
hou01423c00001
MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. ii, p. 132v
From thence to Westminster I went
hou01423c00001
MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. ii, p. 132
From these temptations me retrieve
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 14v
From time of Brute auctors do specefye
hou01423c00406
MS Eng 1482, Harl 372, 51
From villages remote and shires
hou01423c00136
MS Eng 1132, 4
From Virgin's womb this day to us did spring
hou01423c00001
MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. i, p. 110
From whence that decency of mind (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 92v
From worldly cares and wanton love's conceit
hou01423c00441
MS Eng 1495, 49
From yonder heath-clad hill, Far as my straining eye could shoot its beam (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 101v
From your charming voice and eyes
hou01423c00137
MS Eng 601.66, 17
Fu' laith, fu' laith, was our braw scots lords (incomplete)
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, i, 147
Full forty years and something more
hou01423c00487
MS Eng 1501, 13
Full many a dreary hour have I past
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Full many a tedious hour, with care oppressed (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 12v
Furies the steps of incensed lovers guide (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 29
Furl we the sails, and pass with tardy oars (incomplete)
hou01423c00417
*EC8. W8915.838s, p. 367
Fy, father, fee him, quo' she (incomplete)
hou01423c00489
MS Eng 1470, 22
Fy, let us a' to the bridal
hou01423c00033
MS Eng 768 (vol. 1), 57


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Gae fetch to me James Pringle in hast (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxix, 1082
Gae fetch to me James Pringle wi' haste
hou01423c00489
MS Eng 1470, 103
'Gainst lust, the rash coquettes their forces bent (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 122v
'Gainst toping and topers those wise ones inveigh
hou01423c00212
MS Thr 198, folder 67
Galla, too soon yield not, love tired, when nothing raseth joy
hou01423c00044
MS Eng 699, 10
Gallants adieu, tho 't goes against my heart
hou01423c00491
MS Eng 674, 8
Gallants, if you a sober song can bear
hou01423c00487
MS Eng 1501, 17
Gallants, to you we make the first address
hou01423c00491
MS Eng 674, 16
Gallants, you have so long been absent hence
hou01423c00125
MS Eng 808 (8), 14
Gat na ye your kail yestreen
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 189
Gather your rosebuds while you may
hou01423c00438
MS Eng 540
Gay looks the earth, the skies serenely fair (incomplete)
hou01423c00429
MS Eng 613, 37v
Gems, had I gems to send, would seem
hou01423c00018
MS Eng 1323, 34
Generous, gay, and gallant nation
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 31
Genial suns and vernal show'rs
hou01423c00039
MS Eng 926, 66v
Gen'rous he rises in the crown's defence (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 60
Gentle breath of melting sorrow
hou01423c00039
MS Eng 926, 78
Gentle cupid, seek my lover, waft a thousand sighs from me
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 37
Gentle, hear me, charming fair
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 67
Gentle Jesus, lovely lamb
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, ii, 39
Gentle Johnnie Agilvee, the knight o' Inverwharity
hou01423c00466
MS Eng 1444, 34
Gentle nature I would fain
hou01423c00039
MS Eng 926, 74
Gentle Phillis has a heart
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 40
Gentlemen, my husband and I have had a dispute (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 106v
Gentles, Apollo Starveling is my name
hou01423c00026
MS Eng 834, folder 17
Gentlest air, thou breath of lovers
hou01423c00033
MS Eng 768 (vol. 1), 51v
Gently stir and blow the fire
hou01423c00029
MS Eng 512, 84
Gently touch the warbling lyre
hou01423c00029
MS Eng 512, 76v
Geordie sits on Charlie's throne
hou01423c00488
MS Eng 1470, 44v
Geordie Sukely is my name (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxvii, 856
George Brown is grown quite grave, they say
hou01423c00015
MS Eng 569.63, 3v
Get me some of your father's gold (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxi, 26
Gibbon plied his lash of steel (incomplete)
hou01423c00117
MS Eng 1167, 7
Gil Brenton has sent o'er the fame, he's woo'd a wife and brought her hame
hou01423c00477
MS Eng 1486 (2), 41
Gilbert, a meddling, luckless swain
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Gilderoy was a bonny boy
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Gilderoy was as brave a boy (incomplete)
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, vi, 8
Gill Morice was an Earl's son
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxiii, 373 and 377
Gin living worth could win my heart
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Gin thou wert my ain thing
hou01423c00445
MS Eng 1491 (3), 68v
Gin ye but kent how fine a thing
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, vii, 165
Gin ye had been where I hae been
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 179
Give every man thine ear, but few thy voice (incomplete)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 79
Give God, thy great creator, homage due (incomplete)
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 8
Give him strong drink, until he wink
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 14v
Give it me in a breath! They that think long, small expedition win (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, U (twice)
Give me a form, give me a face
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 11
Give me a golden pen and let me lean
hou01423c00188
MS Keats 3.12, 48v
Give me a son. The blessing sent
hou01423c00057
MS Eng 1038.2, 10
Give me back the calm, contented mind
hou01423c00045
MS Eng 265, 60
Give me, great God, said I, a little farm (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 25
Give me in summer sultry heat
hou01423c00013
MS Am 1177, 12v
Give me the eyes that look on mine
hou01423c00303
MS Eng 971, 9
Give me the hero greatly brave
hou01423c00212
MS Thr 198, folder 57
Give me the man that's learn'd without pretense
hou01423c00470
MS Eng 676F, 31v
Give me your patience, sister, while I frame
hou01423c00254
MS Keats 1.32, 1v
Give o'er, ye dull sots
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Give over, foolish heart, and make haste to despair
hou01423c00125
MS Eng 808 (8), 52
Give over this humming
hou01423c00109
MS Eng 935, Urn, 60
Give pensions to the learned pig
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Give place, you ladies, and be gone
hou01423c00001
MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. i, p. 67
Give sorrow words, the grief that does not speak
hou01423c00039
MS Eng 926, 15
Give way to pleasure, it soon will revive you
hou01423c00029
MS Eng 512, 9
Glad sight it is when new with old
hou01423c00379
MS Eng 327(6)
Gladsome spring brings on the year (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 71
Glenkindy was the best harper (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxiii, 316
Glenkinnie was once a gude harper
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, iii, 65
Glorious exploit! Ne'er since the blue ocean heaved
hou01423c00410
*82-408, 176v
Glorious God! on thee we call
hou01423c00024
MS Eng 569.67, 35v
Glorious the names that [remaining words lost in binding]
hou01423c00137
MS Eng 601.66, 5v
Glory and honor have a claim
hou01423c00212
MS Thr 198, folder 57
Glory and loveliness have passed away
hou01423c00188
MS Keats 3.12, 3
Glory to God that treads the sky
hou01423c00368
Autograph file, W: Isaac Watts, 5
Glory to God, who gave the word (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 42
Gnawed by the gout, and tortured by the stone
hou01423c00020
MS Eng 569.68, 7v
"Go ahead" says the motto, "quite different" say we
hou01423c00024
MS Eng 569.67, 4
Go and catch a falling star
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Go, bid the fair Artesia to attend me (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 44
Go break me up the brazen doors of dreams (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2 (twice)
Go bring in haste the two wild colts (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxix, 1094
Go bring me pen, and ink, and paper (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 45
Go, clear my fame, for greater 'tis in life (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 139v
Go! fair example of untainted youth
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 110v
Go fetch me some of your father's gold
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxi, 19
Go, fetch to me yon twa wild steeds (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxix, 1094
Go, fool, and teach a cataract to creep (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 97
Go forth anon thou short dite
hou01423c00406
MS Eng 1482, Add. 29729, 129v
Go gently, muse, to her that I adore
hou01423c00035
MS Eng 247.5, 66
Go, happy paper, by command
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 62
Go, hunt the stinking fox, and when th'hast been
hou01423c00040
MS Eng 1107, folder 5A
Go, hunt the whiter ermine when th'hast been
hou01423c00040
MS Eng 1107, folder 5A
Go, Julia yet it grieves my heart
hou01423c00314
MS Eng 1260 Folder 46, folder 47
Go, mighty prince, and those great nations see
hou01423c00485
EC7. M3436 Z 722c, 116
Go, muse, into the bower
hou01423c00025
MS Eng 703, 14
Go muse unto the bower, whereas the mistress dwells
hou01423c00441
MS Eng 1495, 3v
Go muse unto thy bower, whereas thy mistress dwells
hou01423c00441
MS Eng 1495, 26
Go no more a rushing, maids in May
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxiii, 249
Go, perjured man, and if thou e'er return
hou01423c00028
MS Eng 626, 74
Go pety quaver and war wher thou appere (incomplete)
hou01423c00406
MS Eng 1482, Harl 372, 51
Go, pious fool, with prayers and groans atone
hou01423c00002
MS Eng 966.30. 1v
Go recruit me Chesire and Lancashire (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxii, 202
Go, rose, my Chloe's bosom grace
hou01423c00114
MS Am 1448 (nos. 20-63), no. 50
Go saddle me my bonny brown (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxvii, 824
Go, simple poet, hide your head
hou01423c00011
MS Am 1369, 4
Go sordid earth, and hope not to bewitch
hou01423c00028
MS Eng 626, 56v
Go soul, the body's guest
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, ii, 32v
Go, sparkling ring, my fair one's finger bind (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 103v
Gospotless honor and unsullied truth
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, ii, 37
Go, thou gentle whispering wind
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Go, thou gentle whistling wind
hou01423c00028
MS Eng 626, 74v
Go virgin kid, with lambent kiss
hou01423c00107
MS Eng 692, 47
Go, walk the horses, wait me on the hill
hou01423c00484
MS Eng 1483, 3
Go worship at Emmanuel's feet
hou01423c00429
MS Eng 613, 61
God against nature three wonders hath wrought
hou01423c00001
MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. iii, p. 9
God bless me, and my husband Davy Dee
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 16v
God bless our gracious sovereign, Anne
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God both of seas and land
hou01423c00050
MS Eng 645, 78v
God departeth his gyfftys dyversly
hou01423c00406
MS Eng 1482, Harl 2255, 142
God, guide my head
hou01423c00330
MS Eng 247, 153
God help us all, God help us all
hou01423c00001
MS Eng 1503 (3), iii, 24
God in thy name thou make me safe and sonde
hou01423c00406
MS Eng 1482, Harl 2255, 146v
God is my helpere and ay shall be
hou01423c00406
MS Eng 1482, Harl 2255, 148
God moves in a mysterious way
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 128v
God ne'er necessitates to good or ill
hou01423c00456
MS Eng 584, 80v
God of all consolation, take
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 91
God of Love, that hear'st the prayer
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 89v
God of mercy and compassion
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 133
God of my life, what just return
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 116
God of my life, whose gracious pow'r
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, ii, 49
God of the golden Bow
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God of the meridian
hou01423c00181
MS Keats 3.3, p. 54
God of the nymphs and nimble fawns
hou01423c00405
MS Eng 623
God prosper long our gracious K-
hou01423c00154
TS 934.5 (I:75), facing printed p. 74
God prosper long our gracious king
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 111v
God prosper long our noble king
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"God save the King!" and kings (incomplete)
hou01423c00144
MS Eng 1274, ch. 129
God that schope both sea and sound
hou01423c00438
MS Eng 540
God that sittis in trinite
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxix, 999
God thee endow with crown of glory
hou01423c00409
MS Eng 766, 388v
God with one view beholdeth in all places
hou01423c00035
MS Eng 247.5, 29v
God works wonders now and then
hou01423c00034
MS Eng 768 (vol. 2), 21v
God's dear son without beginning
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Goddess, to urge me on, forbear
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 57v
Godelman calls the devil an expert physician (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
Godolphin's easy and unpracticed air
hou01423c00033
MS Eng 768 (vol. 1), 37v
Gold hath no lustre of its own
hou01423c00020
MS Eng 569.68, 8
Gold is so ductile, learned chemists say
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 53
Good brother mouse, creep out thy house
hou01423c00494
MS Eng 606, 10v
Good Christian people all, I pray
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 30v
Good folk, for love or hire
hou01423c00025
MS Eng 703, 27v
Good humor always teaches charms to last (incomplete)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 80v
Good Jove! What a pretty foolish thing it is to be a poet (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
Good Kosciusko, thy great name alone
hou01423c00188
MS Keats 3.12, 50v
Good madam, when ladies are willing
hou01423c00029
MS Eng 512, 82
Good Massa, kind Buddy he pull from a bottom
hou01423c00212
MS Thr 198, folder 90
Good morrow, Dolly, I salute thee
hou01423c00125
MS Eng 808 (8), 104
Good morrow, good St. Valentine
hou01423c00200
MS Eng 1316, 3
Good morrow, gossip John
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Good morrow my neighbors all (incomplete)
hou01423c00437
MS Eng 534
Good muse work me a sleep
hou01423c00441
MS Eng 1495, 2v
Good nature and good sense must ever join (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, ii, 38v
Good night? ah no, the hour is ill
hou01423c00337
*EC8. Sh445. 929n, 49
Good nurse, thy counsel I confess is true (incomplete)
hou01423c00464
MS Eng 631, 7
Good people, I pray now draw near
hou01423c00445
MS Eng 1491 (3), 86
Good people of England, give ear to my song
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MS Eng 629. 99v
Good reader, if you e'er have seen
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MS Eng 692, 39
Good reader, sir, what e'er ye be
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MS Am 2349, xxii, 213
Good sir, the kindness which to me you show'd (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, iii, 72v
Good unto all the miser does refuse
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MS Eng 614, 97v
Good we must love, and must hate ill
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Good wits, 'tis said, have still bad memorys
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MS Eng 625, 207
Gorgons and hydras and chimaras dire (incomplete)
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MS Eng 265, 8
Gowd rings I can buy Thomas (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1470, 213
Grace, virtue, valure, wit, experience, learning, love
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MS Eng 1495, 15
Gracious Spirit, Dove divine
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MS Eng 614, 128
Grant me, my God, a life well spent
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MS Eng 614, 55v
Grant mercy, Ihu of thi grete loue (incomplete)
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MS Eng 534
Grateful are these solar beams; And when the winds are hushed, 'tis sweet to view (incomplete)
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MS Eng 731, folder 161
Grave in his words, wise, thoughtful, slow
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MS Eng 584, 80v
Gravity does the magistrate support
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MS Eng 614, 99
Great as a goddess and of form divine
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MS Eng 768 (vol. 1), 34v
Great Babylon her haughty walls will praise
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MS Eng 266, 59
"Great books great evils are," 'tis said (incomplete)
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MS Eng 616, i, 44v
Great captain Joshua, great in faith and courage
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MS Typ 49, 21
Great Charles, who full of mercy wouldst command
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MS Eng 624, 50
Great chere made our Host us everychone (incomplete)
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MS Typ 560, 51v
Great Cinthia and this sovereign herb we owe
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MS Eng 602F, 26
Great father of the skies whose boundless sway
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MS Eng 768 (vol. 2), 26
Great God, attend to my complaint
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MS Am 1448 (nos. 20-63), 62
Great God, how infinite thou art
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MS Eng 862, 10v
Great God, indulge my humble claim
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MS Eng 614, 93
Great God is but one
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MS Eng 569.65, 13
Great God of music, whose all-powerful art
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MS Eng 640, 23
Great God! on what a slender thread
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MS Eng 614, 93
Great God, that art all eye; who first gave sight
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MS Eng 228, 24
Great Henderson the Scot is gone
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MS Eng 645, 12v
Great king, when of thy death
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MS Eng 247.5, 20v
Great God of love, how busy still thou art
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MS Eng 966.5, 159
Great lord of love, how busy still thou art
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MS Eng 966.2, 25
Great love, inspire him
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MS Thr 39, 11
Great men and fools do often me inspire
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Great minds to strokes of fortune never yield
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MS Eng 629, 131v
Great monarch of the world from whose power springs
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MS Eng 606, 91
Great news! bloody news! cried a newsman (incomplete)
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MS Eng 265.2, folder 16
Great on the bench, great in the saddle
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MS Eng 1132, 3
Great Pow'r! at whose almighty hand
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 20v
Great Prince and so much greater as more wise
hou01423c00401
MS Eng 624, 17
Great sir, disdain not in this piece to stand
hou01423c00464
MS Eng 631, 65v
Great sire, while Marlborough's auspicious name
hou01423c00494
MS Eng 606, 36
Great Socrates but vainly try'd (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 74v
Great spirits now on earth are sojourning
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Great Strafford, worthy of that name, though all
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Great (the earnest of malicious fate (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 3v
Great things are done when men and mountains meet
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Great was the fest in Athenus that day (incomplete)
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MS Am 2349, xix, pp. 125, 129, and 131
Greatness, thou gaudy torment of our souls (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, iii, 13v
Greedy lover, pause a while
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MS Eng 703, 65
Green grows the July flower
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, v, 13
Greenlaw, Greenlaw is a bonny place
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, vii, 124
Grey light was creeping up the East (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, v, p. 177
Grief and sorrow, get you gone
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MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 226v
Grief like a canker, works into the heart (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 41v
Griev'd to behold in youth's enchanting bloom
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MS Eng 680, 57v
Grieve not, oh daring prince! that noble heart (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 134v
Grim death, th'inevitable lot
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 21
Grim reader! did you ever see a ghost (incomplete)
hou01423c00144
MS Eng 1274, ch. 61
Grosvenor has a dog and his dog's name is Snivel
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MS Eng 265.1, folder 6
Grown fat and pursy, by retail
hou01423c00136
MS Eng 1132, 5
Grown old in love from seven till seven times seven
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Grumble, rumble, roo
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MS Thr 198, folder 40
Guardian angels, now protect me
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MS Eng 895, 14v
Guards, to confinement the offender bear (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 12v
Gud e'en, gud e'en, says Chickmakin
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MS Eng 1497, ii, 58v
Gude Earl Brand I long to see
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxi, 60 and 62
Gude Lord Graeme is to Carlisle gane
hou01423c00489
MS Eng 1470, 196
Gude Lord Graham is to Carlisle gane
hou01423c00450
MS Eng 1497, i, 173v
Gude Lord Scroop's to the huntin' gane
hou01423c00489
MS Eng 1470, 192
Gude save our lawful King and from danger set him free
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MS Eng 1470, 44
Guess I can what thing it is
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MS Eng 626, 82v


H
Ha! ha! ha! I'm full of wine (incomplete)
hou01423c00144
MS Eng 1274, ch. 112
Ha, ha, you think you think you have kill'd my fame
hou01423c00464
MS Eng 631, 80
Ha, then you have never thought what 'tis to die! is't not a dreadful thing (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 31v
Ha! there, there, O thou innocence (incomplete)
hou01423c00284
MS Keats 2.24.6
Had Bossu never writ the world had still (incomplete)
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Autograph file, W, 1
Had Cain been a Scot God would have altered his doom
hou01423c00015
MS Eng 569.63, 2
Had Danae the young, the fair (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 109v
Had I a heart for falsehood formed
hou01423c00114
MS Am 1448 (nos. 20-63), no. 26
Had I a man's fair form, then might my sighs
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Had I Apellees pencil, and could draw
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MS Eng 645, 26v
Had I but the wings of a dove
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 69v
Had James or John or Richard been your name
hou01423c00015
MS Eng 569.63, 34v
Had Juno and Pallas invited
hou01423c00039
MS Eng 926, 34v
Had Neptune, when first he took charge of the sea
hou01423c00438
MS Eng 540
Had not the Lord been on our side
hou01423c00470
MS Eng 676F, 10v
Had Villars in his camp a nymph so fair
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 7
Hadst thou like other sirs and knights of worth
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MS Eng 966.7, 99v
Hadst thou lived in days of old
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Hail Albion, native country! but now chang'd (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 124v
Hail! Alpha, and Omega, hail!
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 33v
Hail! ancient book, most venerable code
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 84
Hail, angry maidat sight of this don't frown
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 16
Hail, Bishop Valentine, whose day this is
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Hail Columbia! Happy land!
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MS Am 1163.1, 1
Hail Columbia! patriot nation
hou01423c00325
MS Am 1972, 39v
Hail, excellent young man! hail, noble youth
hou01423c00039
MS Eng 926, 20
Hail, genial goddess, blooming spring
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 105v
Hail, gentle muse of sorrow! solitude
hou01423c00039
MS Eng 926, 14
Hail! gentle piety, unmingled joy (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, ii, 38v
Hail glorious soul to whom the crown is given
hou01423c00494
MS Eng 606, 9v
Hail! great Apollo, bending to thy shrine
hou01423c00039
MS Eng 926, 83v
Hail, happy bride, for thou art really blest
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 10
Hail, happy warrior, hail! whose climes have won
hou01423c00465
MS Eng 636F, 121
Hail holy Sitha, maide of gret vertu
hou01423c00406
MS Eng 1482, Harl 2255, 116v
Hail Jordan! famed Britannia's brightest boast
hou01423c00039
MS Eng 926, 20v
Hail, Liberty! a glorious word (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 48v
Hail lofty hill, Thee whom great nature bid arise (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
Hail lovely snowdrop, flowered wild
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 66
Hail! lovely songster of the grove
hou01423c00446
MS Eng 630, 5
Hail Mary, mother of thy Father
hou01423c00028
MS Eng 626, 16
Hail May, lovely May! how replenished my pails
hou01423c00139
MS Eng 776, 12v
Hail night! whose shade the sleeping world entombs
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 21
Hail, Phillis, brighter than a morning sky (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 77
Hail pity, sweet dejected maid
hou01423c00039
MS Eng 926, 13
Hail, poet laureate of this barren isle
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Hail, queen of hearts, to whose true English praise
hou01423c00026
MS Eng 834, folder 3
Hail Queen of Peace, the nation's best defence
hou01423c00494
MS Eng 606, 62v
Hail sister springs
hou01423c00464
MS Eng 631, 45
Hail, solitude, where innocence does shroud (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 71v
Hail, thou enlivening world of human joy
hou01423c00115
MS Eng 734, 115
Hail to that silver hand
hou01423c00050
MS Eng 645, 29
Hail to the myrtle shade
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 22
Hail! to the opening of the thirteenth year
hou01423c00039
MS Eng 926, 33v
Hail to the roseate sweets of day
hou01423c00440
MS Mus 237, ii, 3
Hail to thee blithe spirit
hou01423c00337
*EC8. Sh445. 929n, 23
Hail to thy spirit, young, angelic bard
hou01423c00225
Autograph file, H: William Hayley, 2
Hail tuneful pair, say by what won'rous charms
hou01423c00494
MS Eng 606, 25v
Hail vertuous jasper, most stedfast and our feith
hou01423c00406
MS Eng 1482, Harl 2255, 140
Hail, vulgar goddess, of the foul-mouthed race
hou01423c00026
MS Eng 834, folder 20
Hail, wedded love! by gracious God design'd (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 6
Hail Woodstock! hail ye celebrated glades (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 100
Half-clothed and dirty does the miser go
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 86
Half-ignorant, they turned an easy wheel (incomplete)
hou01423c00144
MS Eng 1274, ch. 26
Hang the trade of versifying
hou01423c00125
MS Eng 808 (8), 63
Hangman, hangman, howd yo hand (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxiv, 399
Happier thy fortunes! like a rolling stone (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 47v
Happiest of the Spanish race
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 37v
Happy for man that the slow circling moons (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 35
Happy, great prince, and so much happier thou
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Happy, happy glowing fire
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Happy hours, all excelling
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 43v
Happy hours, all hours excelling
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 2v
Happy is England! I could be content
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Happy, merry as a king (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 101
Happy pair Free from care
hou01423c00012
MS Am 573.2, 5v
Happy that bard!Blest with uncommon art (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 32
Happy the babe that is in Christ
hou01423c00410
*82-408, 12v
Happy the bonds that hold ye
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
Happy the bonds that hold ye Sure they be sweeter far than liberty (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
Happy the man that all his days hath spent
hou01423c00028
MS Eng 626, 50v
Happy the man that can this world disdain
hou01423c00405
MS Eng 623
Happy the man! Who nescious of restraint
hou01423c00031
MS Am 1919, 35v
Happy the man who void of cares and strife
hou01423c00033
MS Eng 768 (vol. 1), 24
Happy the man who, with a mind serene
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 115v
Happy the man whose reason-tutored soul
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 7v
Happy were he could finish forth his fate
hou01423c00438
MS Eng 540
Happy's the man then that shuns the great (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 69
Happy's the man whom no foul quarrels call
hou01423c00429
MS Eng 613, 37v
Happy's the nation by a prince (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 58v
Harbor not within thy breast
hou01423c00400
MS Eng 639, 10
Hard fare will famish love; if not, then will (incomplete)
hou01423c00464
MS Eng 631, 10v
Hard seemed the task imposed on Abraham
hou01423c00405
MS Eng 623
Hard ye tell of the silly blind harper
hou01423c00472
MS Eng 1500, 32v
Hardness is headstrong, and will not be hampered
hou01423c00001
MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. iii, p. 41
Hark, all around the welkin rings
hou01423c00475
MS Eng 1507, John Webb: his book, 1777, first following 26
Hark, and I will tell you how
hou01423c00029
MS Eng 512, 19
Hark and yese hear, and a story I'll tell
hou01423c00445
MS Eng 1491 (3), 36
Hark, away, 'tis the merry toned horn, calls the hunters all up in the morn
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 13v
Hark, Devereux, hark! methinks I hear
hou01423c00136
MS Eng 1132, 7
Hark, hark, how each orb his time doth keep
hou01423c00401
MS Eng 624, 71v
Hark, hark how in every grove
hou01423c00028
MS Eng 626, 65v
Hark, hark! O'er the plains how the merry bells rings
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 16
Hark! hark! Vespers are stealing
hou01423c00207
MS Am 1428 (168)
Hark how the birds do sing
hou01423c00464
MS Eng 631, 33v
Hark, how the birds melodiously do sing
hou01423c00400
MS Eng 639, 4
Hark! how the jolly huntsman's cries
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 122v
Hark! how the renovating spring (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 123v
Hark, how the sacred thunder rends the skies
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Hark how the trumpet soundeth to battle
hou01423c00029
MS Eng 512, 27
Hark how the woods with music ring
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 37v
Hark! I hear the echoes call (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 126v
Hark! in his fields, when now the distant sounds (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 61
Hark, neighbor, hear, a wee and speak there (incomplete)
hou01423c00466
MS Eng 1444, 44v
Hark, neighbor here, a wee an' spent
hou01423c00466
MS Eng 1444, 32v
Hark, news, O envy, thou shalt hear descryed
hou01423c00005
MS Eng 966.5, 79v
Hark she is called, the parting hour is come
hou01423c00464
MS Eng 631, 48
Hark! the hollow moaning wind
hou01423c00107
MS Eng 692, 53v
Hark! the hollow woods resounding
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 17
Hark, the mavis' e'enin sang
hou01423c00130
Autograph file, B: Robert Burns, 1v
Hark! thro' the dawn a heavenly music breaks (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 3v
Hark, through the sacred silence of the night
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 117
Hark! 'tis the funeral trumpet's tone (incomplete)
hou01423c00078
MS Eng 1094, folder 3
Hark! 'tis the nightingale, love's lonely bird (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 31v
Hark! 'tis the rushing of a wind that sweeps (incomplete)
hou01423c00144
MS Eng 1274, ch. 81
Harlequin, stop: where are you running
hou01423c00212
MS Thr 198, folder 40
Harley, the nation's great support
hou01423c00442
MS Eng 1490, 111
Has honest pride no just resentment left (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 100v
Hast thou a charm to stay the morning star
hou01423c00081
MS Lowell 8, 1
Hast thou departed
hou01423c00030
MS Eng 1504, 21
Hast thou from the caves of Golconda, a gem
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Hast thou no friend so kind, to let thee know
hou01423c00458
MS Eng 585, 187
Hast thou not, gentle reader, oft times known
hou01423c00363
MS Eng 1461, 70
Hast thou not read in ancient story
hou01423c00485
EC7. M3436 Z 722c, 119v
Hast thou seen with flash incessant
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, ii, 2v
Haste, Caelia, haste, and let us leave the town
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 10v
Haste, great commander, to our longing isle
hou01423c00485
EC7. M3436 Z 722c, 1
Haste, haste, sweet stranger! From the peasant's cot (incomplete)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 28v
Haste, haste, ye nymphs, with curious fingers ply (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 3
Haste, O my soul, exulting rise
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 54
Haste, Phylander, to Fidelia
hou01423c00114
MS Am 1448 (nos. 20-63), no. 38
Haste thee, harsh verse, as fast as thy lame measure
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Hate me, (dear soul) and say no more you love
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 95v
Hate reigns in all the portions of the year (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 8
Hated by fools and fools to hate
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, ii, 13v
Hatred eternal furious revenging
hou01423c00044
MS Eng 699, 30v
Haut, if the country do as well allow
hou01423c00025
MS Eng 703, 25v
Have I renounced my faith, or basely sold
hou01423c00004
MS Eng 966.7, 64v
Have not a heart so cruel as to scorn
hou01423c00330
MS Eng 247, 179
Have they e'er wasted idle sums of gold (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 133v
Have you beheld a wight bestride
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MS Eng 629, 63v
Have you heard of a lord of noble descent
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MS Eng 633, 81
Have you not in a chimney seen
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MS Eng 636F, 42
Have you not marked the Princess? You have: with what a beam of majesty (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 97
Have you not seen at country wake
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 106
Have you observed the poisoning breath
hou01423c00050
MS Eng 645, 20
Have you read the extempore verses by Tupper
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, ii, 124
Have you seen the morning sun
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MS Eng 895, 62v
Having with much attention read
hou01423c00151
MS Eng 1279 (1-4), 1
Hawkie is a swan cow (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1471, vii, 126
Hay Marshall was a gentleman
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MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 232
Haydon! forgive me that I cannot speak
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Haydon, let worthier judges praise the skill
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He added not, but o'er his manly breast (incomplete)
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MS Eng 619, iii, 110
He and the parson now grow wondrous great (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, ii, 70v
He bids them of false teachers to beware
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MS Typ 49, 121
He breathes. Bow him gently, my lord. There's hope of life enough to quit the trouble
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MS Eng 1489, 2
He calls the gods the lovers naked sprawl
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MS Eng 686, 58v
He came not, yet she lingered on the spot
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MS Am 988, 3
He came too late, neglect had tried
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MS Am 988, 18v
He comes, he comes, the hero comes
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MS Eng 834, folder 21
He comforts Judah, over pressed with woes
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MS Typ 49, 70
He counsels us, be sober, watch, and pray
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MS Typ 49, 128v
He deserves small trust
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MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
He deserves small trust Who is not privy counsellor to himself (incomplete)
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MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
He dies! 'Tis well she do not advertise (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1274, ch. 71
He doth bewail th'oppression of the poor
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MS Typ 49, 73v
He drinks wine, ale, or beer
hou01423c00036
MS Eng 702, 26
He ended frowning, and his look denounced
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MS Keats 3.13, ii, 94v
He envies not the grandeur of the great
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MS Eng 613, 37
He felt assured Of happy times, when all he had endured (incomplete)
hou01423c00144
MS Eng 1274, ch. 22
He fills the good with hope, the bad with fear
hou01423c00358
MS Typ 49, 74v
He first to Rokeby louted low (incomplete)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 65
He fix'd his wishes on some humbler maid (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 5
He from aerial treasures downward pours (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 113
He from loose vapors with an icy chain (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 113
He frowned Dark at that man who at Mohammed's door (incomplete)
hou01423c00042
MS Eng 265.2, folder 4
He gives the furious whirlwind wings to fly (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 113
He gives the word: the blust'ring winds arise (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 42v
He, had he limbs like Tarquin would invade ye
hou01423c00037
MS Thr 21, leaf 2
He had worn gunpowder in his hollow tooth for the toothache (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
He happy is that hearkeneth not unto th'ungodly wight
hou01423c00049
MS Eng 757, 113
He has no faith in physic; he does think (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
He has no faith in physic; he doth think
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
He has observed the golden rule
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He has ta'en the table wi' his hand (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxvii, 788
He held himself for an exempted (incomplete)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, ii, 19v
He holds no man can be a poet (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2 (twice)
He humors each man's mind
hou01423c00036
MS Eng 702, 19
He is a cock would
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He is a cook, and a cold one too
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MS Eng 686, 35v
He is dying and not dead, that would have all slain
hou01423c00016
MS Eng 1015, 75v
He is either himself a devil frae hell (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxvii, 788
He is, himself, a beast or worse
hou01423c00050
MS Eng 645, 19v
He is not happy, whom men happy deem
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 97v
He is not out, but holds up still one eye
hou01423c00050
MS Eng 645, 20v
He is stark mad who ever says
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He is that he is:What he might beif that he might, he is not (incomplete)
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MS Eng 265.6, v. 2 (twice)
He is to weet a melancholy carle
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He is weill kend Johne of Syde (incomplete)
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MS Am 2349, xxvii, 789
He knew that wine (to love best aid) (incomplete)
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MS Eng 616, i, 63
He knew the seat of paradise (incomplete)
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MS Keats 3.13, ii, 16
He leads an army in his tender years (incomplete)
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MS Eng 631, 10
He like the dog had had his day (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, ii, 58
He lived, he fought For truth and wisdom; foremost of the brave (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1274, p. 435
He lives, propitious Powers, he lives
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MS Thr 198, folder 50
He 'mongst the Cossacks had been bred
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MS Eng 1132, 5
He, not unlike the great ones of mankind (incomplete)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, ii, 4v
He now so formal grows, the whole machine (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, ii, 71v
He poison first to speckled serpents gave (incomplete)
hou01423c00464
MS Eng 631, 1v
He raised the low and fortified
hou01423c00136
MS Eng 1132, 4
He reaps in harvest who in seed-time sows
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 75v
He roared so loud and looked so wondrous grim (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 100
He sayd Robin Hod (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxv, 570, 571, 572, 573
He schawed up, he shawed me down (incomplete)
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, vii, 50
He shall be hanged in flitches, the dogs shall eat him in Lent (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
He shows Christ died and from the grave arose
hou01423c00358
MS Typ 49, 129
He snatched the bolt from heaven's avenging hand
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MS Keats 3.13, ii, 46
He speaks of Israel's and of Judah's crimes
hou01423c00358
MS Typ 49, 72
He steals his resolution from his fear (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, i, 133
He steps full stately on the street (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxix, 1093
He still excogitates
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MS Eng 702, 20
He stopt, it surely was a groan
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MS Eng 265.1, folder 24
He suffer'd for his sire, who durst provoke (incomplete)
hou01423c00464
MS Eng 631, 9
He summons straight his denizens of air (incomplete)
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MS Eng 731, folder 275, 4
He swears that he will beat
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MS Eng 702, 21
He tells misgoverned Israel their sins
hou01423c00358
MS Typ 49, 68
He tells the Jews why they have plagued been
hou01423c00358
MS Typ 49, 75v
He tells them that their whole salvation's cause
hou01423c00358
MS Typ 49, 119v
He thanketh God his labor's not in vain
hou01423c00358
MS Typ 49, 123
He that a cuckold is, let it not grieve him
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 17v
He that buys land buys stones
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 38v
He that cannot choose but love
hou01423c00005
MS Eng 966.5, 81
He that daily spies (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
He that daily spies Twin babies in his mistress' Geminis (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
He that defers this work from day to day (incomplete)
hou01423c00094
MS Eng 1312, 14v
He that desires to pass the surging seas
hou01423c00395
MS Typ 14, 52
He that did first this way of writing grace
hou01423c00471
MS Eng 602F, 20
He that drinks shall thirst no more (incomplete)
hou01423c00030
MS Eng 1504, 13v
He that first ascends to a mountain's top (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2 (twice)
He that for every trifle mourns
hou01423c00035
MS Eng 247.5, 32v
He that gets kisses with a pleading tongue
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 59
He that hath but spirit enough
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 47
He that hath love and judgment too
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
He that hath seen a great oak dry and dead
hou01423c00089
MS Eng 266, 65v
He that is wise will keep his joys concealed
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 12
He that loves a rosy cheek
hou01423c00025
MS Eng 703, 29
He that much pains doth on his ground bestow
hou01423c00056
MS Eng 899, 3
He that takes pleasure
hou01423c00330
MS Eng 247, 28v
He that to 's own fraternity is base (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 67v
He that weds a beauty, soon will find her cloy
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 2v
He that when he lusts dare swear
hou01423c00028
MS Eng 626, 79v
He that will win a widow's heart (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 1
He that will write an epitaph on thee
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 86
He the more fortunate, yea he hath finished (incomplete)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, ii, 19v
He tin, hard brass, rich gold and silver cast (incomplete)
hou01423c00464
MS Eng 631, 14
He to the forest sped Or roamed at large the lonely mountain's head (incomplete)
hou01423c00045
MS Eng 265, 15
He took a sword in every hand (incomplete)
hou01423c00489
MS Eng 1470, 143
He twizled a' her petticoat
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 184
He usury doth hate
hou01423c00036
MS Eng 702, 22
He wandered high, he wandered low
hou01423c00500
MS Eng 1486 (3), 32v
He wasbut is no more
hou01423c00494
MS Eng 606, 16v
He was my friend, the truest friend on earth
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 129
He was of that noble trade
hou01423c00136
MS Eng 1132, 4
He was to weet a melancholy carle
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He, when deep-rolling clouds blot out the day (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 112v
He whirled upon the inky pool (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxviii, 911
He who a drunkard's wrongs returns with blows
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 96v
He who beneath thy shelt'ring wing resides
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 25v
He who binds himself to joy
hou01423c00117
MS Eng 1167, 53
He who comes hither with design to hiss
hou01423c00125
MS Eng 808 (8), 33
He, who exactly in 's eternal glass
hou01423c00405
MS Eng 623
He who has travelled life's dull round
hou01423c00446
MS Eng 630, 11v
He who in this unconsecrated ground
hou01423c00042
MS Eng 265.2, folder 11
He who lived with great glory
hou01423c00402
MS Eng 628, 179
He, who prefers the golden mean
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 111
He who the chemist's stone pursued
hou01423c00212
MS Thr 198, folder 40
He who would, in this month, be warm within
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 75v
He, whose lustful lawless mind
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 79v
He whose stomach suffers pain
hou01423c00039
MS Eng 926, 62v
He wishes here his head a fountain deep
hou01423c00358
MS Typ 49, 63v
He with desires by moderation sway'd (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 63
Health-giver to the world, grow infant, grow (incomplete)
hou01423c00464
MS Eng 631, 3v
Health, strength, wit, valor, worldly wisdom, pelf
hou01423c00358
MS Typ 49, 60v
Health to thee, good apple tree (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2 (twice)
Hear him, ye Senates! hear this truth sublime (incomplete)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, ii, 6v
Hear me, O God
hou01423c00025
MS Eng 703, 63
Hear me, thou sinner's friend
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 45
Hear much, but little speak, a wise man fears (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, ii, 38v
Hear, speak, and do well, the Apostle saith
hou01423c00358
MS Typ 49, 128
Hear us, O hear us Lord, to thee
hou01423c00006
MS Eng 966.4, 88v
Hear you how poor Tom the cook is taken, all his joints (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 54
Hear you! in whose grave heads, as equal scales (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 46
Heard you not lately of a man
hou01423c00028
MS Eng 626, 71
Heard ye e'er of the silly blind harper
hou01423c00472
MS Eng 1500, 34v
Hearest thou the festival din
hou01423c00336
MS Eng 822, folio 2 of first manuscript
Hearing that you have left the courtFor that (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 8
Hearken and I'll tell
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 62v
Hearken thou craggy ocean pyramid
hou01423c00188
MS Keats 3.12, 67
Heaven contained virgins oft, and will do more (incomplete)
hou01423c00094
MS Eng 1312, 15
Heaven from all creatures hides the book of fate (incomplete)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, ii, 9v
Heaven that to merit does reward bestow (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 66v
Heaven's circumference Is not enough for him to hunt and range (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
Heav'n, is this Arresia? Behold her boasted love, her vows all broken (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 42
Heav'n, that has plac'd this island to give law (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 85
Heavy exaction causeth great distress
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 100
Heigh ho, what shall a shepherd do
hou01423c00346
MS Eng 785, 7
Heigh ho! who's above (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, ii, p. 227
Heir is ane coird baith great and lang (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxvi, 711
Heir is the coirdis baith grit and lang (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxvi, 711
Helena grew up a pretty fine girl (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxiii, 331
He'll tell of hapless Parcy Reed (incomplete)
hou01423c00344
MS Eng 862, 75
Help! help! th' unpracticed conqueror cries
hou01423c00012
MS Am 573.2, 5v
Help me, each harmonious grove
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 34
Help me, wonder! here's a book
hou01423c00028
MS Eng 626, 66v
Help to a friend in his distresses show
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 100v
Hence all visions of the world's delight
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 34v
Hence, all ye vain delights
hou01423c00025
MS Eng 703, 34
Hence all ye vain delights (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, v, p. 177
Hence, avaunt ('tis holy ground)
hou01423c00083
MS Eng 870, folder 52
Hence Burgundy, Claret, and Port
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Hence let him feel his sentence
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 8
Hence shall thy beauties, when no more appear (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 115v
Hence shalt thou quickly to the watery vast (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1274, ch. 116
Hence that fantastic wantonness of woe
hou01423c00082
MS Lowell 20 (43), 15
Hence, to this very day we find (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 44v
Hence, vain intruder, haste away
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MS Eng 703, 30v
Henceforth my follies and neglects shall cease
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 95
Hendon, a true bred cur
hou01423c00212
MS Thr 198, folder 31
Her anger looks with so much innocence (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 29
Her cheeks now glow with fragrant fire (incomplete)
hou01423c00464
MS Eng 631, 7v
Her chiefest care is this
hou01423c00036
MS Eng 702, 25
Her crabbed looks, the parish knows it (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 74v
Her daddie forbad, her minnie forbad
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Her eye betrayed No recognition, save that hurriedly (incomplete)
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MS Eng 947.8, Critique of Poems...Watts
Her face, her tongue, her witty
hou01423c00443
MS Eng 1494, 16
Her face toward the earth (incomplete)
hou01423c00074
MS Eng 265.1, folder 10
Her form was lovely [lowly ?] and amazing fair
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MS Eng 966.4, 21
Her gracious stars the lady blest (incomplete)
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Her hair like golden threads played with her breath (incomplete)
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MS Keats 3.13, i, 30
Her horse was of the dapple gray (incomplete)
hou01423c00489
MS Eng 1470, 212
Her judgment ripen'd, and her sense refin'd
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 15
Her lungs and liver into powder dried (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2 (twice)
Her maiden eyes divine Fix'd on the floor saw many a sweeping train (incomplete)
hou01423c00259
MS Keats 1.80, 1
Her maiden eyes incline Still on the floor, while many a sweeping train (incomplete)
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Her majestic beauty Increased and brighten'd by the tumults round her (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 32
Her mother died when she was young
hou01423c00501
MS Eng 862.1, 4v
Her pleasure is her trade, her trade her gain
hou01423c00036
MS Eng 702, 16
Her soul is marble, and she can't be moved (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 20
Her tongue, much like a hackney, goes all places (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
Her voice is low and gives a [sic] Apollo's sound (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 81v
Her will be done, but I have sworn to love
hou01423c00443
MS Eng 1494, 3
Herbs, woods, and springs, the power that in you lies (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
Here a poor minister of Christ doth lie
hou01423c00401
MS Eng 624, 70
Here am I a valiant Scot
hou01423c00502
MS Eng 1498, 43
Here beauty, youth, and noble virtue shin'd (incomplete)
hou01423c00471
MS Eng 602F, 2v
Here both the assured in this pit
hou01423c00127
MS Eng 1278, folder 10
Here Brawn the quondam beggar lies
hou01423c00460
MS Eng 586, 153
Here closely list, here end the female strife
hou01423c00033
MS Eng 768 (vol. 1), 40v
Here Cornlay lies in cold clay clad
hou01423c00034
MS Eng 768 (vol. 2), 25
Here do repose, but in lamented waste
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Here draw Oenone in the lonely grove (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 72
Here entomb'd lies good Sir Harry
hou01423c00435
MS Eng 633, 59v
Here every tribe is numbered by their names
hou01423c00358
MS Typ 49, 49v
Here free from pain, secure from misery, lies
hou01423c00068
MS Eng 116.6, folder vi.8
Here, freed from pain, secure from misery, lies
hou01423c00068
MS Eng 116.6, folder vi.20(a)
Here Genius in a later hour
hou01423c00048
MS Eng 1502 (3),, 7
Here Hanno stands, and looks into the sky
hou01423c00395
MS Typ 14, 62v
Here he that dwells in heaven doth deride
hou01423c00358
MS Typ 49, 55
Here I lies
hou01423c00107
MS Eng 692, 56v
Here I must tell the praise of worthy Whittington
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 26
Here Icarus, with mounting up aloft
hou01423c00395
MS Typ 14, 59v
Here idle beauty her still vigils keeps
hou01423c00048
MS Eng 1502 (3),, 44
Here Idleness doth weep amid her wants
hou01423c00395
MS Typ 14, 46v
Here in cool grot and mossy cell (incomplete)
hou01423c00083
MS Eng 870, folder 51
Here in the tuneful groves and flow'ry fields
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 35
Here is a pennyworth of wit
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 27
Here is my journey's end, here is my butt (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2 (twice)
Here is no more news than virtue; I may as well
hou01423c00006
MS Eng 966.4, 69v
Here is not more news then virtue; I may as well
hou01423c00002
MS Eng 966.3, 18
Here is one leaf reserved for me
hou01423c00422
MS Am 988, 26v
Here Ismael! read the foulest treasons (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 5
Here it comes sparkling (incomplete)
hou01423c00010
MS Am 567, 22v
Here it is was sisters seven (incomplete)
hou01423c00448
MS Eng 1496, 3v
Here it was sisters seven
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, v, 185
Here Jonah tells the Ninivites except
hou01423c00358
MS Typ 49, 70v
Here Lais fine doth brave it on the stage
hou01423c00395
MS Typ 14, 47
Here Latimer and Ridley in the flames
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 3v
Here lay the ruins of an ample bowl (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 64v
Here lie I must
hou01423c00034
MS Eng 768 (vol. 2), 23v
Here lies a bill on purpose drawn
hou01423c00494
MS Eng 606, 41v
Here lies a lawyer, and an honest man
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 13v
Here lies a piece of Christ, a star in dust
hou01423c00492
MS Eng 555, 26
Here lies a woman, no man can deny it
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 32v
Here lies Dick Primer. O cruel death
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 10v
Here lies Dr. Hollard, doctor of the chair
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 10v
Here lies Dr. Ward, whom you knew well before
hou01423c00021
MS Eng 569.65, 11v
Here lies enshrined in this foul lining
hou01423c00450
MS Eng 1497, ii, 75
Here lies father Sparges
hou01423c00034
MS Eng 768 (vol. 2), 25
Here lies Fuller's earth
hou01423c00034
MS Eng 768 (vol. 2), 20v
Here lies Gresham under ground
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 13v
Here lies he, underneath this stone
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 32
Here lies he was dyed-in-grain
hou01423c00050
MS Eng 645, 52
Here lies his corpse who, while he drew his breath
hou01423c00017
MS Am 929, 90v
Here lies Hobbinol, our pastor while e'er
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 70v
Here lies honest Ned
hou01423c00107
MS Eng 692, 22v
Here lies hot-headed, rash Thurot
hou01423c00026
MS Eng 834, folder 22
Here lies inter'd Martin Hericord
hou01423c00034
MS Eng 768 (vol. 2), 24v
Here lies James Jackson
hou01423c00021
MS Eng 569.65, 45v
Here lies John, Duke of Marlborough
hou01423c00034
MS Eng 768 (vol. 2), 23v
Here lies John Pie
hou01423c00034
MS Eng 768 (vol. 2), 22v
Here lies John Trot, the friend of all mankind
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Here lies little Patty, a yard deep or more
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 25
Here lies my wife, there let her lie
hou01423c00034
MS Eng 768 (vol. 2), 25v
Here lies old Blunt, who had in horseflesh skill
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 64
Here lies one here
hou01423c00034
MS Eng 768 (vol. 2), 21v
Here lies one More, and no more than he
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 54
Here lies one, proper and well-shapen
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 17v
Here lies one, the more the witty
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 17v
Here lies Parker Hall, and what is more rarish
hou01423c00107
MS Eng 692, 37
Here lies poor Col at length, and without screaming (incomplete)
hou01423c00086
MS Eng 947, A.L.s. to Reynolds
Here lies poor Johnsonreader, have a care
hou01423c00015
MS Eng 569.63, 24v
Here lies, removed from blood and slaughter
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 53v
Here lies Rousseau, a friend of truth and fiction
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 13v
Here lies Sidney, he whom perverted law
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 3
Here lies slit no saucy knave
hou01423c00190
MS Keats 3.4, 42v
Here lies the body of Richard Okes
hou01423c00034
MS Eng 768 (vol. 2), 24
Here lies the body of Sir John Guise
hou01423c00034
MS Eng 768 (vol. 2), 24
Here lies the body of R[obart] H[annah]
hou01423c00030
MS Eng 1504, 13
Here lies the body R Ha
hou01423c00030
MS Eng 1504, 12
Here lies the fairest bud of hope
hou01423c00021
MS Eng 569.65, 36v
Here lies the knowing head, the honest heart
hou01423c00464
MS Eng 631, 116
Here lies the parents' hopes and fears
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 96v
Here lies the ruined cabinet
hou01423c00464
MS Eng 631, 95v
Here lies the sacred bones
hou01423c00401
MS Eng 624, 24
Here lies the wife of Master Ford
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 30
Here lies thy urn: Oh, what a little blow
hou01423c00127
MS Eng 1278, folder 12-17, no. 16
Here lies Tom Thynne of Long Leet Hall
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 48
Here lies unpitied both by Church and state
hou01423c00026
MS Eng 834, folder 23
Here lies wise and valiant dust
hou01423c00025
MS Eng 703, 76
Here lieth buried honest Ned Hyde
hou01423c00401
MS Eng 624, 24v
Here lieth of error the prince, if ye will ken
hou01423c00409
MS Eng 766, 141v
Here lieth Penelope or the Lady Rich
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 53v
Here lieth Palabaseen of Babram
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 14
Here man is showed, it is the Almighty's will
hou01423c00358
MS Typ 49, 14v
Here Mary and old Zacharias sings
hou01423c00358
MS Typ 49, 102
Here naked love doth sit with smiling cheer
hou01423c00395
MS Typ 14, 74v
Here Nemesis and hope our deeds do rightly try
hou01423c00395
MS Typ 14, 73v
Here Nemesis, the goddess just, doth stand
hou01423c00395
MS Typ 14, 18
Here Niobe, sad mother, makes her moan (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 99v
Here Ocnus still the rope doth turn and wind
hou01423c00395
MS Typ 14, 68v
Here old John Randal lies
hou01423c00034
MS Eng 768 (vol. 2), 24v
Here on this little hillock, in times long since gone by
hou01423c00207
MS Am 1428 (168)
Here on this tablet lie
hou01423c00025
MS Eng 703, 64
Here Parsons lies, after life's busy stage
hou01423c00212
MS Thr 198, folder 19
Here pause a while, whoe'er thou art (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, v, p. 177
Here rests a poor unfortunate youth
hou01423c00107
MS Eng 692, 3v
Here rests a woman good without pretence
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 92
Here restsand let no saucy knave
hou01423c00015
MS Eng 569.63, 24
Here Sarum lies, of late as wise
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 23v
Here Sarum lies, of late so wise
hou01423c00460
MS Eng 586, 205
Here she lies whose spotless fame
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 68v
Here silken twine, there locks you see
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 61
Here Simon lies, who hate man begun
hou01423c00047
MS Eng 520, 84v
Here six foot deep in his last sleep
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Here take away the beef and cale
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 15
Here take my picture, though I bid farewell
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Here, take this Earcup. spread this up and down
hou01423c00435
MS Eng 633, 35
Here, take this, Marcup; spread this up and down
hou01423c00458
MS Eng 585. 175
Here Tantalus, as poets do divine
hou01423c00395
MS Typ 14, 83
Here then let Pegasus more lofty fly (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 67
Here to her chosen all her works she shows (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 46
Here two rich ravished spirits kiss and twine
hou01423c00387
MS Eng 228, 2v
Here undernead dis laid stean
hou01423c00411
*82-408, 124v
Here was I to seek one whom I did not find
hou01423c00016
MS Eng 1015, 75v
Here we meet, too soon to part
hou01423c00184
MS Keats 4.20.8, i, 31
Here, when the golden autumn's ripened stores
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 70v
Here, where by all, all saints invoked are
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Here, whereby all saints invoked are
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MS Eng 966.1, 30v
Here, worthy of a better chest
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 18
Here wretched mortals have not leave alone
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 19v
Here you may see the turns of fate
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 159v
Here you may see where without speech or sense
hou01423c00044
MS Eng 699, 34
Here's a health to the king whom the crown does belong to
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Here's a health to the stars and the good people
hou01423c00480
MS Eng 1505, 42v
Here's a house to be let, for the steward hath swore
hou01423c00494
MS Eng 606, 7
Here's a lady lain down to sleep
hou01423c00450
MS Eng 1497, i, 4
Here's Mr. Winter, collector of taxes
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 54
Here's no more news than virtue, I may as well
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Here's to thee, my boy (incomplete)
hou01423c00488
MS Eng 1470, 82
Here's to thee, old apple tree (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
Herewith you see a goodly ship to drown
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 73
Hermes flew down from heaven with hue and cry
hou01423c00028
MS Eng 626, 22
Hermit hoar in solemn cell
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 30
Heroic nymph, in tempests the support
hou01423c00471
MS Eng 602F, 7v
He's a blockhead who wants proof of what he can't perceive
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He's a man ev'ry inch, I assure you
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 47
He's blest whose sins have pardon gain'd
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 13v
He's cautious, sir, he's subtle, he's a courtier
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 96v
He's gi'en to her a silver wand (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxi, 118
He's tane table wi' his feet (incomplete)
hou01423c00483
MS Eng 1506, 9
He's taen the table wi' his foot (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxvii, 788
H'exhorteth them to patience in their pain
hou01423c00358
MS Typ 49, 75
Hey, for the birds o' Benothie (incomplete)
hou01423c00466
MS Eng 1444, 28
Hey ho, what shall I do, my mother will never abide it
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 97
Hey, how, the lang saddle
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 173v
Hey, my Eppie
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 112v
Hey my Tibby, and how my Tibby
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 104
Hey tuttie tattie
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 179
Hey tuttie taitie, hey toutie lolis (incomplete)
hou01423c00466
MS Eng 1444, 35
Hey trafuddle, trafuddie
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 170
Hey! why and wherefore is this clatter
hou01423c00212
MS Thr 198, folder 40
Hey, Willie Wine, an' hey Willie Wine
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Heyl gloryous virgyne, ground of all our grace (incomplete)
hou01423c00406
MS Eng 1482, Addit. 29729, 130v
Hic conditur Joannes Ovis
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, i, 122
Hid in the tangles of Neaera's hair (incomplete)
hou01423c00096
MS Eng 731.8, 28
Hide not thy love, and mine shall be
hou01423c00028
MS Eng 626, 11
Hie Marshall was a gentleman (incomplete)
hou01423c00466
MS Eng 1444, 42v
Hie sits our king in Dumfermline
hou01423c00466
MS Eng 1444, 4
Hie to Ambraeia since unequal fires (incomplete)
hou01423c00464
MS Eng 631, 14v
High AEtna hollow is throughout, alone (incomplete)
hou01423c00464
MS Eng 631, 6
High from the trackless air ambition viewed
hou01423c00072
MS Eng 265.3, 33
High in the midst is bright Loretta seen (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 88v
High Marshall was a gentleman
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, vi, 38
High minds of native pride and force (incomplete)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 70
High on a hill a goodly cedar grew
hou01423c00089
MS Eng 266, 78v
High on the hill a goodly cedar grew (incomplete)
hou01423c00464
MS Eng 631, 19
High on yon hill when the sheep got their fill
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, vi, 43
High thoughts are kindled as I gaze
hou01423c00363
MS Eng 1461, 236
High up on Highlands
hou01423c00500
MS Eng 1486 (3), 21v
High virtue never sinks to hell (incomplete)
hou01423c00464
MS Eng 631, 9v
Highmindedness, a jealousy for good
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Him for an happy man I own
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 88
Him Isis early bless'd with calm retreat (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 134
Him scorn opposed, an Amazonian fair (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 122v
Him thought, he by the brook of Cherith stood (incomplete)
hou01423c00308
MS Lowell 6, 2
Himself who conquers after great things done
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 98
Hinton, old friend, accept from me
hou01423c00018
MS Eng 1323, 18 tipped in
His angle rod made of a sturdy oak
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 5
His being was in her alone
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 19
His courser to the door bound he (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xviii, p. 30
His eyeballs burn, he wounds the smoking plain (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 97v
His eyes dance rapture, and his bosom glows (incomplete)
hou01423c00085
MS Eng 947.2, 18
Her figure tall and worn with care (incomplete)
hou01423c00101
MS Eng 265.6, v. 4
His horse must needs be skewbald, as is he
hou01423c00387
MS Eng 228, 16
His means are little And where those littles are, as little comforts (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2 (twice)
His mind with his sweet harp he solac'd, brought (incomplete)
hou01423c00464
MS Eng 631, 10
His motion works, and beats the oozy mud (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 100v
His newes approacheth never but at feasts
hou01423c00036
MS Eng 702, 18
His own estate's too narrow for his mind
hou01423c00456
MS Eng 584, 35v
His person tall, his love-inspiring face (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 62v
His precepts bring, Whose yoke is easy and his burden light (incomplete)
hou01423c00471
MS Eng 602F, 6v
His rest disturbed by noise each morn
hou01423c00107
MS Eng 692, 24
His sadness is a kind of mirth So mingled as if mirth did make him sad (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
His servants God preserves though they in danger fall
hou01423c00395
MS Typ 14, 74
His studie was o' the beaten goud (incomplete)
hou01423c00466
MS Eng 1444, 40v
His sword is his best friend
hou01423c00036
MS Eng 702, 17
His time was quickhis touch was neat
hou01423c00107
MS Eng 692, 20v
His time was short, his touch was sweet
hou01423c00021
MS Eng 569.65, 35v
His useless steed brave Albion wields no more (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 69
His well-proved codes the healing science aid (incomplete)
hou01423c00114
MS Am 1448 (nos. 20-63), 52
His wife was not unworthy praise (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 7
His word goes current now the city round (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 71
His words were few, but of important weight (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 81v
Hit wes upon a scere thorsday that ure louerd aros (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxii, 144
Hither, dear husband, turn your eyes
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 51
Hither from Mexico I came
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 120v
Hither, the gray and shapely church beside
hou01423c00169
MS Am 1817.2 (20), 13
Ho. Ho. The jet black crow
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, ii, 126
Hoarse on the bosom of the breathing blast
hou01423c00045
MS Eng 265, 50
Hobson lies here amongst his many betters
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 79
Hold, Belphegor; Pluto ordains
hou01423c00212
MS Thr 198, folder 40
Hold fast thy crown and sceptre Charles
hou01423c00494
MS Eng 606, 7v
Hold, friend Concannon, by your leave
hou01423c00021
MS Eng 569.65, 9
Hold, Matthew Prior, by your leave
hou01423c00021
MS Eng 569.65, 8v
Hold, sir, enough, I must your victim fall (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 14
Hold thy hand! health's dear maintainer (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
Hold up, hold up, your hands on high (incomplete)
hou01423c00445
MS Eng 1491 (3), xxiv, 398
Hold your hand, Lord Judge, she says (incomplete)
hou01423c00489
MS Eng 1470, 240
Holy Ghost dispel our sadness
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 127v
Holy saints Edward and Saint Lowice
hou01423c00409
MS Eng 766, 384v
Holy Savior, Son of man
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 44v
Honestly done, however, though the stuff
hou01423c00401
MS Eng 624, 65v
Honesty is like a stock of money laid to sleep
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 33
Honor calls me from thy arms
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 8
Honor is never truly gained
hou01423c00330
MS Eng 247, 170v
Honor is so sublime perfection
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Honor plays a bubble's part, Ever bilked and cheated
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 8v
Honor thy king, be good to thy power
hou01423c00016
MS Eng 1015, 77
Honor's a sacred tie, the law of kings
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 13v
Hope comes again, to this heart long a stranger
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, ii, 40
Hope fed the wound, and absence knew no cure (incomplete)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 28v
Hope, of all ills that men endure
hou01423c00464
MS Eng 631, 82v
Hope whose weak being ruin is
hou01423c00464
MS Eng 631, 81v
Hope ye, my verses, that posterity
hou01423c00089
MS Eng 266, 66v
Horn, having settled all things thus (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 43
Horn was, besides, of temper hot (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 43
Horne to the gospel clerk a long time was
hou01423c00044
MS Eng 699, 26v
How am I fall'n, since I beheld him first (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 42
How are thy servants blest, O Lord
hou01423c00470
MS Eng 676F, 16v
How as occasion stirred her, how she started (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
How beautiful, if sorrow had not made (incomplete)
hou01423c00144
MS Eng 1274, ch. 41
How bent is your brow, my lady Elspat (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, v, p. 82 and p. 177
How better than they are, are all things made (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
How bless'd with Chloe t'other day
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 113
How blest am I, from all contentions freed (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 75
How blest are beggar lasses
hou01423c00445
MS Eng 1491 (3), 73
How blest are the days o' lang syne when a laddie (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, ii, p. 238
How blest has my time been
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 70v
How blest was the created state
hou01423c00465
MS Eng 636F, 37v
How brent is your brow, my lady Elspat
hou01423c00497
MS Eng 1486 (1), 46v
How brents your brow my lady Elspat, how golden yellow is your hair
hou01423c00477
MS Eng 1486 (2), 26
How calm the evening! see the falling day
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 106
How can a conscience quiet be
hou01423c00016
MS Eng 1015, 77v
How can I be sad on my wedding day
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 185
How can I help thy husband's copying me
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How can I then return in happy plight (incomplete)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, ii, 24v
How can that kingdom be or great or free
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 8v
How can you be so teasing
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 4
How chang'd is Rome from that which Rome has been
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 73
How charming are those pleasant pains
hou01423c00125
MS Eng 808 (8), 48
How charming is divine philosophy (incomplete)
hou01423c00300
MS Keats 1.5
How chrams the trumpet's breath, the brave with hope possessed
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 9
How come the feeble forte but yields at last
hou01423c00443
MS Eng 1494, 19
How comes it, gentlemen, that nowadays (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 6
How com'st about when sisters are coheirs
hou01423c00050
MS Eng 645, 20v
How could I hope so weak a flame (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 118
How cruel are ye traitors, who lie and swear in jest
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 49v
How cunningly he would seem innocent (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 14v
How dare you, bold Strephon, presume for to prate
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 77
How death comes on, none yet could e'er descry
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 103
How did ye murmur thenmy Trullibubs (incomplete)
hou01423c00074
MS Eng 265.1, folder 15
How dismal is Cyderia's cell
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 108v
How distant virtue dwells from mortal man (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 98v
How do the winds
hou01423c00050
MS Eng 645, 72
How do you like my rug, he said (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xviii, p. 34
How dully all your joys do move
hou01423c00346
MS Eng 785, 16
How faithless does the nymph appear
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 9v
How far are they deceived that hope in vain
hou01423c00471
MS Eng 602F, 56
How fast the dream of greatness slides away (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 21v
How fevered is that (man misled) who cannot look
hou01423c00300
MS Keats 1.5
How fevered is the man who cannot look
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How fleet are all things here below
hou01423c00114
MS Am 1448 (nos. 20-63), no. 50
How fond are men of rule and place
hou01423c00057
MS Eng 1038.2, 25
How full of changes is the state
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 63
How gaily is at first begun
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 41
How giddy is youth! yet above all advice (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 16
How happy a state does the virgin possess
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 30
How happy are some
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 36
How happy are we
hou01423c00029
MS Eng 512, 28
How happy is he born or taught
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How happy seems that rustic boy
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 76
How happy the exchange this saint hath made
hou01423c00405
MS Eng 623
How hard, dear Celia, is the fate
hou01423c00039
MS Eng 926, 3v
How hard is our reason to the future blind
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 22
How hard is the fate of all womankind
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 63v
How has this fatal stroke his people gor'd (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 66v
How have I heard the fair lament
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 13v
How Hobson lays among his debtors
hou01423c00044
MS Eng 699, 33v
How ill repaid are public toils and cares
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 99v
How is it with you, madam? As with one (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 9
How ... judge is man
hou01423c00117
MS Eng 1167, 54
How little does this earth appear
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 56v
How long, how long must I pine for love
hou01423c00029
MS Eng 512, 12v
How long I've fasted, and 'tis hardly four
hou01423c00042
MS Eng 265.2, folder 5
How long must woman wish in vain
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 56v
How long shall death the tyrant reign
hou01423c00368
Autograph file, W: Isaac Watts, 21v
How long shall grief lie smother'd! ah, how long
hou01423c00470
MS Eng 676F, 2
How long will ye, alas, ye blind, in fading dreams delight
hou01423c00049
MS Eng 757, 109v
How lovely is this silent scene
hou01423c00204
MS Eng 723, 1
How lovely is this wilder scene
hou01423c00217
MS Am 1631 (180), 1
How many bards gild the lapses of time
hou01423c00188
MS Keats 3.12, 44v
How many lovers poetry has got
hou01423c00125
MS Eng 808 (8), 28
How many men have found the skill
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 6v
How many of thy captains, Love, complain
hou01423c00028
MS Eng 626, 42v
How many saucy airs we meet
hou01423c00057
MS Eng 1038.2, 40v
How many thousands of my poorest subjects (incomplete)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 29v
How mean that snuff of glory, fortune lights (incomplete)
hou01423c00490
MS Eng 680, verso of last leaf
How melancholy is my case
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 44v
How much of paper's spoiled! what floods of ink
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 90v
How much pure love that hath his birth in heaven (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2 (twice)
How much the wife is dearer than the bride (incomplete)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 65
How nature still, her fav'rite work to grace
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 118v
How noble is his language, never pert (incomplete)
hou01423c00138
MS Eng 852, 1
How now, cousin Peter, why what's this they say of thee
hou01423c00212
MS thr 198, folder 14
How oft, exulting from these banks, I've come (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 92v
How oft has my imagination brought (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 101v
How oft the unwary birds have met
hou01423c00490
MS Eng 680, 49
How oft through this responsive grove
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 15
How pleasing is beauty, how sweet are the charms
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 24
How pleasing is the pain a lover feels (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 8
How rich the wave, in front, imprest
hou01423c00269
MS Keats 2.12, 1v
How sacred and how innocent
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 83v
How sad our state by nature is
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How sad's my state, I know not how
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 48v
How shall bonny Ann lie
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 75v
How shall I praiseI merit none. If thou hast kindness done thee, I have pleasure (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 102v
How shall weak eyes of flesh, weigh'd down
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 118
How short, alas! the longest lives
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 110v
How short and hasty is our life
hou01423c00368
Autograph file, W: Isaac Watts, 11
How silly were our sages heretofore (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 65v
How sits this city, late most populous
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How smoothly the minutes, dear Celadon, flow
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 48v
How soft is the scene
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 102
How speed the outlaws! stand they well prepared (incomplete)
hou01423c00144
MS Eng 1274, ch. 39
How sweet a quietude's in fetters found (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 13
How sweet a thing is death. To all who know
hou01423c00410
*82-408, 39
How sweet is the woodland with fleet hound and horn
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 16
How sweet the name of Jesus sounds
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, ii, 42v
How sweet the plaint of that lone nightingale
hou01423c00200
MS Eng 1316, 4
How sweetly smile the banks of Dee
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 88
How swiftly wasted in a sigh
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 120v
How tall the fir! And yet his root is found
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 18
How Tallboy, Kill-Prick, Suck-Prick, did contend
hou01423c00465
MS Eng 636F, 114
How tedious the loitering minutes roll on (incomplete)
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 9
How terrible is passion! how our reason (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 42v
How terribly triumphant comes the wretch (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 98v
How! the first baut person tis not your due
hou01423c00435
MS Eng 633, 74v
How these antique towers (incomplete)
hou01423c00045
MS Eng 265, 7
How this conv-t-n came about
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 98v
How time turns upside down and fortune sails
hou01423c00050
MS Eng 645, 16v
How transporting is the pleasure when two hearts like ours unite
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 40
How treach'rously do all behave
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 46v
How unequally in some are joined (incomplete)
hou01423c00094
MS Eng 1312, 47
How unhappy is he
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 134v
How vain are all the hopes we center here
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 27v
How vain are all things here below
hou01423c00368
Autograph file, W: Isaac Watts, 8v
How vain are mortal man's endeavors
hou01423c00033
MS Eng 768 (vol. 1), 62
How vain are women in their youthful days (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 88
How vain, Sir knight, is thy affected rage
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 82
How vain the wish our back to fix
hou01423c00363
MS Eng 1461, 238
How vain these tears. Is man decreed
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 118
How vain this tribute; vain, this lowly lay (incomplete)
hou01423c00139
MS Eng 776, 6v
How vainly I purpose when from her I part
hou01423c00405
MS Eng 623
How wanton widow
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 189v
How wayward and perverse a thing is woman (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 13
How we fare, if you would know
hou01423c00050
MS Eng 645, 51v
How weak, alas, is all the pow'r of man (incomplete)
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 9
How widely spread the interests of our theme (incomplete)
hou01423c00417
*EC8. W8915.838s, p. 413
How wondrous few, by avarice uncontrolled (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 107
How wretched is the state that all are in
hou01423c00127
MS Eng 1278, folder 12-17, no. 15
Howe'er to foreign fashion we submit (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 21v
Howl on, ye winds, and beat, ye rains (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, v, p. 177
Hubbert, profane of late, is turned precise
hou01423c00044
MS Eng 699, 25
Hugh, 'twas a gross mistake when men did call
hou01423c00050
MS Eng 645, 15
Hum, my love, lovest thou me
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 73v
Human, human, I say take heed
hou01423c00016
MS Eng 1015, 123
Humid seal of soft affections
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 18v
Humor is now the jest we try things in (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 136
Hunting I reckon very good
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 119v
Huntley man and marshall
hou01423c00502
MS Eng 1498, 44v
Hush, hush! tread softly! hush, hush, my dear
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Hush! tread softly, Our little Enoch sleeps upon you bed
hou01423c00446
MS Eng 630, 10
Huzza to King William and his delicate mate
hou01423c00440
MS Mus 237, ii, 90v
Hyde, though in agonies, her graces keeps
hou01423c00033
MS Eng 768 (vol. 1), 38
Hynde Horn's bound, love, and Hynde Horn's free
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, vii, 60
Hyppolacus' illustrious son replies (incomplete)
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MS Eng 631, 13v


I-I'll m
I absolve my lord Yes, I absolve you from your vows and faith (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 10v
I, alas, Have lived but on this earth a few sad years (incomplete)
hou01423c00144
MS Eng 1274, ch. 13
I always seize the topic of the day
hou01423c00220
Autograph file, H: Theodore E. Hook, 1
I always take my judgment from a fool
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I am a balsam wonderful
hou01423c00436
MS Eng 1488, 43
I am a blade of the mumping trade
hou01423c00001
MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. ii, p. 130
I am a guilty, miserable wretch (incomplete)
hou01423c00144
MS Eng 1274, ch. 45
I am a laboring man, And we seldom have leisure to run mad (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2 (twice)
I am a little world made cunningly
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I am a mere combustible fire
hou01423c00436
MS Eng 1488, 42
I am a poor shepherd, yet born of high blood
hou01423c00001
MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. iii, p. 35
I am a prince, and meet you without odds (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 30
I am a saucy scribbler
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 121
I am a young dairy maid, both braw and light
hou01423c00445
MS Eng 1491 (3), 62v
I am a young woman that married lately
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, iii, p. 37
I am an old prophet and newly come over
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 9
I am an unfortunate lover
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 115v
I am Armand the great, did you ever hear of me
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, v, 144v
I am as brown as brown can be
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxix, 1072
I am as sober as your reverence (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 43
I am but a little child
hou01423c00410
*82-408, 26
I am but one who do the world despise (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2 (twice)
I am called arsenic sure
hou01423c00436
MS Eng 1488, 42v
I am called by the name of a Venus-star
hou01423c00436
MS Eng 1488, 48
I am content, nay pleased with my loss
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 80
I am free from men of pleasure's cares (incomplete)
hou01423c00256
MS Keats 1.39, 3
I am gone from the world. You may perceive indeed
hou01423c00016
MS Eng 1015, 111
I am in truth a country youth unused to London fashions
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 39
I am intending for to write
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 154v
I am monarch alone of my shelves
hou01423c00107
MS Eng 692, 45
I am monarch of all I survey (incomplete)
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I am never aloneat early dawn
hou01423c00446
MS Eng 630, 39v
I am no Homer's hero, you all know
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I am no statesman But being set on such a wedding night (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
I am not grieved, my dearest wife
hou01423c00107
MS Eng 692, 37
I am not Of that soft temper, that the eye of beauty (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 8v
I am not what I was, but just the reverse
hou01423c00018
MS Eng 1323, 48
I am now fifteen years of age
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, v, 67v
I am of service to a sow
hou01423c00024
MS Eng 569.67, 80
I am Ormand the brave, did you never hear of me (incomplete)
hou01423c00489
MS Eng 1470, 33
I am pretty and useful in various ways
hou01423c00018
MS Eng 1323, 11
I am resolv'd, I will not stop his journey (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 104
I am Sir Oracle And when I ope my lips let no dog bark (incomplete)
hou01423c00107
MS Eng 692, 35
I am still Old Cleon, fat and unwieldy; I shall never (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 33
I am that champion great of power
hou01423c00001
MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. ii, p. 158
I am the Duke of Athole's nurse
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, vii, 87
I am the king, the prince of drunkards
hou01423c00029
MS Eng 512, 17
I am the man whose eyes have seen
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 35v
I am Tityrus Orpheus
hou01423c00019
MS Am 505, 75
I am two fools, I know
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I am unable, yonder beggar cries
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I arise from dreams of thee
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I asked a thief to steal me a peach
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I asked my dear friend, Orator Prig
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I at Praeneste whilst you plead at Rome (incomplete)
hou01423c00464
MS Eng 631, 6
I bathe in rose dew and ne'er fail
hou01423c00033
MS Eng 768 (vol. 1), 22
I beg you bide at hame, Margaret
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I bless the Lord, because I grow
hou01423c00464
MS Eng 631, 34v
I bought a cock an' he pleased me well
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 150
I bow'd my neck indeed to mighty love (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 24v
I, Britain's kind Egeria, will protect (incomplete)
hou01423c00054
MS Eng 731, folder 275, 3v
I burn, and cruel you in vain
hou01423c00028
MS Eng 626, 10v
I C U R brave Monsieur Carr
hou01423c00402
MS Eng 628, 165
I call myself vegetable
hou01423c00436
MS Eng 1488, 43v
I came from England into France
hou01423c00028
MS Eng 626, 71v
I can conduct you, lady, to a low (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 132v
I can love both fair and brown
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I can no longer hold, my body grows
hou01423c00028
MS Eng 626, 66
I can wear a horn, and blow it not (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2 (twice)
I cannot bend the bow wherein to shoot I sue
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 32
I cannot brook your gadding; you're a fair one (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 32v
I cannot either eat or drink
hou01423c00013
MS Am 1177, 12
I cannot go, nor sit, nor stand, the beggar cries
hou01423c00006
MS Eng 966.4, 217
I cannot live and love thee not
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 6v
I cannot preach nor read but Rainoldes twice
hou01423c00044
MS Eng 699, 30
I cannot stifle this gigantic woe (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 101
I can't put out love's great and sacred fire (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 20v
"I can't say," said the monarch, "that may be" (incomplete)
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I cative curate languishes
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 270
I chanced sweet Lesbia's voice to hear
hou01423c00028
MS Eng 626, 46v
I charge ye a', ye ladies fair
hou01423c00489
MS Eng 1470, 91
I choosed my love at the bonny gates of Gight
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 73
I came from the heaven most high
hou01423c00436
MS Eng 1488, 44
I came, my sweet mistress, your pardon to crave
hou01423c00114
MS Am 1448 (nos. 20-63), no. 40
I came not fondly to upbraid, but show (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 72v
I could not choose but gaze; a fascination (incomplete)
hou01423c00144
MS Eng 1274, ch. 23
I count it long since I received
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 47
I cry your mercypitylove!aye, love
hou01423c00192
MS Keats 3.6, p. 58
I did not know the lord, nor do I strive
hou01423c00004
MS Eng 966.7, 98
I did not know thee, Lord, nor do I strive
hou01423c00002
MS Eng 966.3, 45v
I dinna like the Meg-o-mony-feet
hou01423c00003
MS Eng 966.1, 9v
I do believe her steadfastly, and know her (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
I do believe her steadfastly, I know her
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
I do forswear but yet I do return
hou01423c00035
MS Eng 247.5, 68v
I do not doubt, Roxana, but you will (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 22
I do not feel as if I were a man (incomplete)
hou01423c00144
MS Eng 1274, ch. 46
I doubt the task will be as hard
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 39
I down in a meadow one evening did tarry
hou01423c00029
MS Eng 512, 84v
I drank; I lik'd it not; 'twas rage; 'twas noise (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 63v
I dream'd a dreary dream last night
hou01423c00450
MS Eng 1497, i, 10v
I dream'd I lost a pearl, and so it prov'd (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 74v
I dreamed that as I was wandering by the way
hou01423c00337
*EC8. Sh445. 929n, 18
I dreamt a dream! what can it mean
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I dreamt that buried in my fellow clay
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, ii, 36v
I dreamt that buried in my fellow's clay
hou01423c00470
MS Eng 676F, 20v
I early went with muffled face
hou01423c00034
MS Eng 768 (vol. 2), 35
I' every revolution of the state
hou01423c00411
*82-408, 149
I faint with fear, I blush for shame
hou01423c00443
MS Eng 1494, 6
I fear some planet of a fatal aspect (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 42v
I feared the fury of my wind
hou01423c00117
MS Eng 1167, 57
I fell sick and very, very sick
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, i, 60
I find I have lost
hou01423c00109
MS Eng 935, wreath, 85v
I find, says he, she wants a doctor (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 94
I find your passion for me, is but small (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 22
I first was dead; now this glad vantage have
hou01423c00387
MS Eng 228, 20
I fix mine eye on thine, and there
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I fly all public care and venal strife (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 36v
I forbid ye a', ye gay ladies
hou01423c00500
MS Eng 1486 (3), 65
I forbid ye, maidens a'
hou01423c00450
MS Eng 1497, ii, 63
I forbid ye, maidens a'
hou01423c00450
MS Eng 1497, ii, 63
I forbid ye maidens a' that wear goud on your gear
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxii, 201
I forbid ye maidens a' that wear the goud on your gear
hou01423c00472
MS Eng 1500, 58v
I forbid you a' ye gay ladies
hou01423c00503
MS Eng 1486 (4), 17 and 79
I found it written in old hand
hou01423c00453
MS Eng 1508, 1
I found them blind, I taught them how to see
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I gaed a waefu' gate yestreen
hou01423c00131
Autograph file, B: Robert Burns, 1
I gaed to Newecastle
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 162
I gaed to the market as an honest woman said
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, v, 50v
I gained a boon, my aching head
hou01423c00450
MS Eng 1497, ii, 109v
I give you the end of a golden string
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I go; but first I make this hearty wish (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 6
I grant a virgin's modesty may blush (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 7
I had a Cloris, my delight
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 50v
I had a dove and the sweet dove died
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I had a dove, but the sweet dove died
hou01423c00179
MS Keats 3.2, 187
I had sense in dreams of a beauty rare
hou01423c00055
MS Eng 959, 2
I had three sons a' young stout and bauld
hou01423c00450
MS Eng 1497, i, 93v
I hae a dream baith night an' day
hou01423c00137
MS Eng 601.66, 27v
I hae been at the ware-horse
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 115v
I hae been courting at a lass
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 105v
I hae been east, I hae been west
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 157
I hae courted a lassie a twelvemonth and more
<ptr target="hou01423c00444" xlink:title="MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 4v; " xlink:type="simple"></ptr> <ptr target="hou01423c00488" xlink:title="MS Eng 1470, 41" xlink:type="simple"></ptr>
I hae gotten a braw new gown
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 117
I hae laid a herring in saut (incomplete)
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I hae nae kith, I hae nae kin
hou01423c00500
MS Eng 1486 (3), 54
I hate inconstancyI loathe, detest (incomplete)
hou01423c00446
MS Eng 630, 57
I hate the man who builds his name
hou01423c00057
MS Eng 1038.2, 51
I hate the vulgar dietyes
hou01423c00050
MS Eng 645, 32v
I hate those coward tribes
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 5v
I have a love so fair
hou01423c00402
MS Eng 628, 162v
I have a secret comfort here
hou01423c00107
MS Eng 692, 58v
I have a tow'r in Dalesbury
hou01423c00489
MS Eng 1470, 258
I have been in love myself, but never found yet (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
I have chosen Wednesday, at which I first was born
hou01423c00436
MS Eng 1488, 49
I have done one braver thing
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I have examined and defined
hou01423c00181
MS Keats 3.3, p. 47
I have no humor to adore the face
hou01423c00028
MS Eng 626, 63v
I have no vein in verse, but if I could
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 70
I have sinned against the Lord
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 35
I hear this towm does so abound
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I heard a cow low, a bonny cow low
hou01423c00502
MS Eng 1498, 14
I heard a judge his tipstaff call
hou01423c00107
MS Eng 692, 27
I heard an angel singing
<ptr target="hou01423c00117" xlink:title="MS Eng 1167, 58; " xlink:type="simple"></ptr> <ptr target="hou01423c00117" xlink:title="MS Eng 1167, 69; " xlink:type="simple"></ptr> <ptr target="hou01423c00118" xlink:title="MS Eng 889, 48" xlink:type="simple"></ptr>
I heard the rack As earth and sky would mingle; but myself (incomplete)
hou01423c00054
MS Eng 731, folder 142
I herde a carping of a clerk
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxiv, 477
I here stand keeper while 'tis light
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 61v
I hold as faith
hou01423c00033
MS Eng 768 (vol. 1), 78v
I hold my weary soul in my teeth (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 7
I hold Osorio dear; he is your son
hou01423c00084
MS Eng 947.9, 3
I hope and so do you: but here it lies
hou01423c00392
MS Eng 1085, recto of final leaf
I hope you are contented, gentlemen
hou01423c00491
MS Eng 674, 16v
I in these flow'ry meads would be
hou01423c00442
MS Eng 1490, 80
I knew him for a rogueish boy (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
I knew him in Padua, a fantastical scholar (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 5v
I knew they would perish
hou01423c00422
MS Am 988, 22v
I knew what I did when I first went abroad
hou01423c00212
MS Thr 198, folder 85
I know and own my sin
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 36v
I know each lane, and every alley green (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 132
I know it: and to know it is despair (incomplete)
hou01423c00271
MS Keats 2.30, 3
I know not but good fortune blind may be
hou01423c00469
MS Eng 635F, 2
I know not what to think. Think no more, let the gods play their game out (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 15v
I know, sir, Both when and what to do without directions (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
I know that envy is too base a guest (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 56
I know you'll say my passion's vile and foul (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 138
I know you're mad, that I refuse to go
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 13v
I labor mechanic by night and by day
hou01423c00013
MS Am 1177, 4
I laid me down upon a bank
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I languish and pine (incomplete)
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 87
I laud with all my heart the royal cavalier
hou01423c00044
MS Eng 699, 31
I lately saw what now I sing
hou01423c00034
MS Eng 768 (vol. 2), 73v
I laughed to see a lady out of date (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 87v
I lay sick and very sick
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, vii, 65
I leave mortality and things below
hou01423c00456
MS Eng 584, 88
I led my Silvia to a grove
hou01423c00125
MS Eng 808 (8), 92
I lift my voice up to the Lord
hou01423c00400
MS Eng 639, 19
I like a ship in a storm was lost
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 48v
I, like the fox, shall grieve, whose mate hath left her side
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 50
I, like the shaded nightingale, would sing
hou01423c00137
MS Eng 601.66, 9
I liked but never loved before
hou01423c00471
MS Eng 602F, 12
I little thought that I, O Lord
hou01423c00470
MS Eng 676F, 17v
I lo'e nae a laddie but ane
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 90v
I long to talk with some old lover's ghost
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I look no higher than I can reach (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 4
I look'd around upon the carved sides (incomplete)
hou01423c00260
MS Keats 1.64, 2
I love a lass but cannot show it
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 54v
I love all waste And solitary places; where we taste (incomplete)
hou01423c00144
MS Eng 1274, ch. 111
I love him, I love him, the truth for to say
hou01423c00001
MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. i, p. 49
I love the face where sits
hou01423c00028
MS Eng 626, 6
I love the world, as clients love the laws (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 23
Ilove thee for thy fickleness
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 53
I love thee, O my Lord (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 42v
I lov'd thee once, I'll love no more
hou01423c00438
MS Eng 540
I loved in just proportion as I knew (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, v, p. 177
I made a posy while the day ran by
hou01423c00464
MS Eng 631, 31
I made of my friend my foe (incomplete)
hou01423c00406
MS Eng 1482, Harl 116, 170v
I madly loved and doted blindly
hou01423c00020
MS Eng 569.68, 5
I marched three miles through scorching sand
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 128v
I married my wife in the light o' the moon
hou01423c00450
MS Eng 1497, ii, 147v
I married to a scolding wife (incomplete)
hou01423c00488
MS Eng 1470, 73
I may forget to eat, to drink, to sleep
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I may, I must, I can, I will, I do
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
I met of late upon a horse astride
hou01423c00044
MS Eng 699, 25
I might have lived a noble life
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, ii, p. 232
I might have lived merrily if I had sinned never
hou01423c00001
MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. i, p. 42
I mind and I will, the will that I may
hou01423c00016
MS Eng 1015, 122v
I mock thee not, tho' I be thee am mocked
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I muse the mystery was not made a science (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
I muse what sickness struck him dead
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 18
I must be of the worldbut let me be
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 26
I need no muse to give my passion vent
hou01423c00464
MS Eng 631, 92
I need no trophies to adorn my hearse
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I ne'er did derogate in all my life (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 32
I never knew foundations laid in blood (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 28
I never preferred to hang in my garters (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 60
I never speak but in my sleep
hou01423c00018
MS Eng 1323, 11
I never speak nothing but truth
hou01423c00013
MS Am 1177, 12
I never stooped so low as they
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I never yet in Hippocrene did lap
hou01423c00056
MS Eng 899, 5
I now think love is rather deaf than blind
hou01423c00028
MS Eng 626, 79
I often for my king have stood
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 24
I often wish'd I had a farm
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 25
I once despairedfor fortune chilled
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, ii, 11v
I only remember that our Lord has taught (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 78v
I own, my friend, that to the poor
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 53v
I own my shape is somewhat odd
hou01423c00470
MS Eng 676F, 20
I pass all my days with a lusty yound whore
hou01423c00465
MS Eng 636F, 143v
I pass their warlike pomp, their proud array (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 1
I passed to a very fine room, thro' a porch (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 85
I pity, from my soul, unhappy men (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 61
I pray thee, sweet, to me be kind
hou01423c00028
MS Eng 626, 8
I prithee no more dear importunate wife
hou01423c00021
MS Eng 569.65, 20
I rade to London yesterday
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, vii, 172
I reach all things near me and far off to boot
hou01423c00033
MS Eng 768 (vol. 1), 46v
I rede you yelde up your bond (incomplete)
hou01423c00489
MS Eng 1470, 216
I remember that a smile
hou01423c00025
MS Eng 703, 65v
I rose up at the dawn of day
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I, Rubens, am a statesman and a saint
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I sae bonny, I sae reed (incomplete)
hou01423c00466
MS Eng 1444, 28
I said to my bard with his ribband so blue
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 19v
I said to me heart between sleeping and waking
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 19
I sailed in a tight little schooner
hou01423c00212
MS Thr 198, folder 69
I saw chapel all of gold
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I saw a flow'r whose crimson leaves
hou01423c00010
MS Am 567, 14v
I saw a fury whetting a death dart (incomplete)
hou01423c00144
MS Eng 1274, ch. 86
I saw a monk of Charlemaine
hou01423c00117
MS Eng 1167, 7
I saw a peacock with a fiery tail
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 30v
I saw a young and beauteous maid
hou01423c00422
MS Am 988, 21v
I saw dark clouds in your fierce lover's eyes (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 24v
I saw 'em kindle with desire
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I saw fair Cloris walk alone
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 60v
I saw my love a sailing, down by a river side
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxiv, 388
I saw the lass whom dear I loved
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 47
I saw the man in the moon
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, i, 142v
I saw the new moon late yestreen (incomplete)
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, vi, 13
I saw the rain the water rade
hou01423c00450
MS Eng 1497, ii, 120
I saw the snail draw the whale
hou01423c00486
MS Eng 1470, 49
I saw two Beings in the hues of youth
hou01423c00446
MS Eng 630, 26
I say I will so heed my ways if I sin not with tongue
hou01423c00400
MS Eng 639, 14v
I say you platly, so as it seemeth me (incomplete)
hou01423c00406
MS Eng 1482, Harl 2255, 88
I scarce believe my love to be so pure
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I scarce believed my love to be so pure
hou01423c00004
MS Eng 966.7, 39
I scarcely understand my own intent (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2 (twice)
I' scarlet town where I was born
hou01423c00450
MS Eng 1497, i, 163v
I scorn the blaze of courts, the pomp of kings
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 99v
"I see and hold my peace," a princely posey right
hou01423c00395
MS Typ 14, 44
"I see, I see," the mother said
hou01423c00117
MS Eng 1167, 66
I see no cause but men may pick their teeth (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2 (twice)
I see well what was meant
hou01423c00400
MS Eng 639, 20
I seek not at once in a female to find
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 16
I seem'd to hear Sounds gathering upwards, accents incomplete (incomplete)
hou01423c00144
MS Eng 1274, ch. 44
I seen a silly sight the last night
hou01423c00344
MS Eng 862, 145
I shall not spare when I sever a praise
hou01423c00050
MS Eng 645, 15v
I should have told You, sir, I have discovered the Moor to be a rascal (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 16v
I, silly cross, that here do stand
I sing an old proverb that's very well known
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 65
I sing no harm, good sooth, to any wight
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I sing not of battles that now are to cease
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 8v
I sing of a meeting has happened of late
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 4v
I sing of a tutor renowned
hou01423c00015
MS Eng 569.63, 13
I sing of deadly dolorous debate
hou01423c00089
MS Eng 266, 69
I sing the day, bright with peculiar charms
hou01423c00012
MS Am 573.2, 2
I sing the man in whose dire looks appear
hou01423c00011
MS Am 1369, 6v
I sing the name which none can say
hou01423c00464
MS Eng 631, 58
I sing the praise of a worthy wight
hou01423c00465
MS Eng 636F, 123
I sing the praise of heroes brave
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 61v
I sing the progress of a deathless soul
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I sing the theme of Milton's muse disdained (incomplete)
hou01423c00020
MS Eng 569.68, 3v
I slept in the dark
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I speak softly, because I will not hear myself (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
I spent my time in rioting
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxi, 63
I spied a ship and a ship was she (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxix, 1043
I stayed not there, but down with the tide (incomplete)
hou01423c00001
MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. ii, p. 133v
I stood tiptoe on a little hill
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I stood tiptoe upon a little hill
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I swear by St. George my namesake and saint too (incomplete)
hou01423c00435
MS Eng 633, 28
I tell thee, friend, dissimulation dwells (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 135
I tell you a wonder, deny it if you can
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 10v
I' th' country he deludes the morn (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 78v
I' th' good man's arms, the chopping bastard thrives (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 49v
I that am thine, and thine all
hou01423c00050
MS Eng 645, 8v
I that so oft have [blotted] I am now bid stand
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 53
I think I shall never despair
hou01423c00494
MS Eng 606, 61
I think the soul Hath by inheritance an heavenly power (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2 (twice)
I think, therefore am: Hard state of man
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 5v
I thirst, thou wounded Lamb of God
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 107v
I thought of thee, fair Celandine
hou01423c00338
MS Eng 258.3, 9
I thought upon these things in solitude
hou01423c00352
MS Eng 934, 68
I told you, Mary, told you true (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, v, p. 177
I too was calmthough heavily distressed P.S. (incomplete)
I trow king harri was his eme (incomplete)
hou01423c00437
MS Eng 534
I understood that to this torment sad (incomplete)
hou01423c00179
MS Keats 3.2, 70v
I viewed those artful pictures on the wall (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 28
I wald be very sorry (incomplete)
hou01423c00466
MS Eng 1444, 27v
I walked abroad in a snowy day
hou01423c00117
MS Eng 1167, 54
I walked abroad on a snowy day
hou01423c00117
MS Eng 1167, 73
I wander thro' each dirty street
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I warn ye all, ye gay ladies, that wear scarlet and brown
hou01423c00477
MS Eng 1486 (2), 29
I warn you a' wi' many a groan
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, vii, 193
I was a lady of high renown
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, i, 56
I was angry with my friend
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I was buried near this dike
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I was but seven years auld
hou01423c00502
MS Eng 1498, 16v
I was courted a wife in the bonny woods of Fife
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, vi, 4
I was crossing the Byne water
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 195
I was foretold your rebel sex
hou01423c00025
MS Eng 703, 29v
I was not born to ease nor acres (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 56v
I was twenty years a bachelor
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 180
I wash'd them out and wash'd them in
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I went from England into France
hou01423c00494
MS Eng 606, 6
I went into my closet, and there for to see (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxix, 1019
I went to the garden of love
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I, when entire, in shallow streams reside
hou01423c00046
MS Eng 1502 (2), 74v
I who, for very sport of heart, would race (incomplete)
hou01423c00144
MS Eng 1274, ch. 17
I, who of many villains sung before
hou01423c00435
MS Eng 633, 69
I, who sang of Jack and Dandy
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 41
I will forget that e'er I saw thy face
hou01423c00443
MS Eng 1494, 14
I will have my humors, I'll please all my senses
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 3
I will not seek my father's groves
hou01423c00359
MS Eng 952.1, i, 1
I will sing if ye will hearken
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I will sooner hope to know
hou01423c00025
MS Eng 703, 36
I will strive with things impossible (incomplete)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 64v
I will tell you now the reason
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, iii, p. 39
I will tell you of a farmer
hou01423c00445
MS Eng 1491 (3), 85
I will tell you what Joseph of Arimathea
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I will to dangers, as to conquest run (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 22
I wish I could lie in our ain kirkyard (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxvi, 720
I wish I had a king, brave Wallace, he said
hou01423c00499
MS Eng 1470, 4v
I wish I were where Gowdie rins
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 146v
I wish I were where Helen lies
hou01423c00489
MS Eng 1470, 230
I wish my baby it was born (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxvii, 851
I wish thy lot, now bad, still worse, my friend
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 81v
I wish we had our king, quo' gude Wallace
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I wonder by my troth what thou and I
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I wonder what should Madam Lesbia mean
hou01423c00028
MS Eng 626, 49v
I wonder what those lovers mean, who say
hou01423c00464
MS Eng 631, 78v
I wonder who has been so kind
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 193v
I wonder why Dame Nature thus
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 95v
I would invoke some gentle muse t'inspire (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 98v
I would it were not as it is
hou01423c00443
MS Eng 1494, 5
I would not in my love too soon prevail
hou01423c00399
MS Eng 634, 1
I would not now Wish my wounds balm'd, nor heal'd for any [?] use (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 7
I write the rascal thanks till he and I
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I w'u'dna gie my ain wife
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I yield, I yield, thou god of love
hou01423c00405
MS Eng 623
Ianthe the lovely, the joy of her swain
hou01423c00029
MS Eng 512, 14
I'd call them mountains, but can't call them so (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 100
I'd half a mind to write this work in prose (incomplete)
hou01423c00023
MS Eng 569.66, 44
If a bark be safe moored when the hurricane blows
hou01423c00145
Autograph file, M: Charles Morris, 1
If a girl will onions eat
hou01423c00021
MS Eng 569.65, 35
If a red rose offend thy sight
hou01423c00021
MS Eng 569.65, 36v
If a sound head, warm heart, and a breast humane
hou01423c00492
MS Eng 555, 28
If a truth may be asked, sir, pray what may it mean
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 90
If a virgin, Whose speech was ever yet usher'd with fear (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 35
If Afra's worth were needful to be known
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If all the world and love were young
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 55
If ancient poets Argus prize
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 52v
If antiquity gives to each peerage its station
hou01423c00015
MS Eng 569.63, 3
If any curious Christian should desire (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 71
If any here have ancient records seen
hou01423c00125
MS Eng 808 (8), 78
If any hope, Oenone, you retain (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 73v
If any man England's diadem wear
hou01423c00067
MS Eng 794, 1
If any person should presume to sport (incomplete)
hou01423c00144
MS Eng 1274, ch. 7
If any prying man desire to have
hou01423c00036
MS Eng 702, 11v
If any sick applies to I
hou01423c00021
MS Eng 569.65, 29v
If any so wise is that sack he despises, let him his small beer and be sober
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 28v
If as mine is, thy life a slumber be
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If as the winds and waters here below
hou01423c00464
MS Eng 631, 34
If at his title Tait had dropped his quill
hou01423c00480
MS Eng 1505, 29
If beauty did not blind the eyes it were a blessed thing to see
hou01423c00441
MS Eng 1495, 5
If beauty, innocence, and truth
hou01423c00058
MS Eng 761, 1
If beauty makes her vain
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 64
If Busse be the coy, and Bess is strait
hou01423c00443
MS Eng 1494, 19
If by dull rhymes our English must be chained
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If care enforce complaint, why do I hide my woe
hou01423c00443
MS Eng 1494, 12
If copious wealth, enjoy'd to full content (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 40
If Celia's coyness grieve ye (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 60v
If Chester boast her (flesh and blood) chief men
hou01423c00387
MS Eng 228, 25
If children e'er should bless their eyes (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 134
If Christ thou learn, it's well enough
hou01423c00400
MS Eng 639, 20
If clattering coaches and unceasing noise
hou01423c00054
MS Eng 731, folder 64
If conceived flames shall rise out of nothing (incomplete)
hou01423c00436
MS Eng 1488, 65
If darkest shades could cloud so bright a mind
hou01423c00471
MS Eng 602F, 12v
If day reveals such wonders here below
hou01423c00332
Autograph file, R: Samuel Rogers, 1
If death be the great punishment you mean (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 26
If devout Pawlet Mary
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If each man's fault were on his forehead writ
hou01423c00028
MS Eng 626, 77v
If e'er I grow to man's estate
hou01423c00117
MS Eng 1167, 68
If e'er I murmur at thy chast'ning rod
hou01423c00363
MS Eng 1461, 241
If e'er to writing you pretend (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 2
If e'er you leave us in a lasting peace
hou01423c00401
MS Eng 624, 41
If England will take heed
hou01423c00001
MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. i, p. 64
If every one's internal care
hou01423c00422
MS Am 988, 7
If faithful souls be alike glorified
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If flattering love, if wild despair
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 24
If for a grace or if for some mislike
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 54
If fortune may enforce the careful heart to cry
hou01423c00443
MS Eng 1494, 1
If fortune, wayward dame, should chance to knock
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, ii, 5v
If, friend, a wife you mean to wed
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 82
If friends by flattery be procured alone
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 80v
If great men wrong me, I will spare myself
hou01423c00005
MS Eng 966.5, 101
If Grecians stout did right extoll
hou01423c00438
MS Eng 540
If grief dismiss me not to them that rest
hou01423c00158
MS Eng 947.8, "Sonnet to a Lady"
If griping griefs have harbor in thy breast,
hou01423c00395
MS Typ 14, 31v
If heaven and earth were both not fully bent
hou01423c00441
MS Eng 1495, 22
If heaven be pleased when sinners cease to sin
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 23v
If heaven would a greater blessing give
hou01423c00494
MS Eng 606, 26v
If heav'n the grateful liberty would give
hou01423c00034
MS Eng 768 (vol. 2), 8
If her disdain in you least change can move
hou01423c00003
MS Eng 966.1, 41v
If her disdain least change in you can move
hou01423c00025
MS Eng 703, 20
If her false virtue be not to be sold (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 8v
If himself (I dare avouch it boldly, for I know it) (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2 (twice)
If husbands sit unsteady, Most wives for freaks are ready
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 7v
If hushed the loud whirlwind, that ruffled the deep
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If I can guess, the devil choke me
hou01423c00465
MS Eng 636F, 56v
If I could think how these my thoughts to leave (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2 (twice)
If I e'er grow to man's estate
<ptr target="hou01423c00117" xlink:title="MS Eng 1167, 20; " xlink:type="simple"></ptr> <ptr target="hou01423c00118" xlink:title="MS Eng 889, 13" xlink:type="simple"></ptr>
If I freely may discover
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If I have horns, I on my head
hou01423c00035
MS Eng 247.5, 43v
If I have move to spin (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2 (twice)
If I live to grow old, for I find I go down
hou01423c00029
MS Eng 512, 32
If I mistake me not thou art a kind one
hou01423c00402
MS Eng 628, 172v
If I truly may discover
hou01423c00008
MS Eng 966.2, 21
If I were not of a female sex
hou01423c00436
MS Eng 1488, 50
If I were titled, rich and young
hou01423c00205
MS Eng 723.1 (6)
If I were to choose a woman
hou01423c00043
MS Eng 1035, 13v
If idle travailers ask who lies here
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If idols lurk unseen
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 45
If I'm deceived, I'm pleased with the deceit (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 98v
If in his study Hamon hath such care
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If in his study he hath so much care
hou01423c00002
MS Eng 966.3, 74v
If in that company, or as you march, you see (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 15v
If in this darksome wild I stray
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 104
If it is true as Welshmen say
hou01423c00018
MS Eng 1323, 39
If it is true, what the prophets write
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If it were not for the marten and the swallow
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 13v
If Jove, upon the realm of flowers
hou01423c00446
MS Eng 630, 53
If kings would fight themselves alone (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 47v
If liberty of conscience e'er was good
hou01423c00460
MS Eng 586, 237
If love hears no wholesome advice
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 82
If love loves truth, then women do no love
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 56v
If love loves truth then women do not love
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 268
If love, my lord, is choice, who loves in vain (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 97
If love the virgin's heart invade
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 48
If love's a sweet passion why does it torment
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 58v
If, madam, you cannot divine
hou01423c00039
MS Eng 926, 46
If Mary be the marigold
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 11v
If men will act like a maid smiling over a churn
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If mighty wealth that gives the rules (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 96
If mighty Troy with gates of steel and brass
hou01423c00395
MS Typ 14, 80
If milk white doves acceptance meet
hou01423c00026
MS Eng 834, folder 49
If mine eyes do e'er declare
hou01423c00464
MS Eng 631, 76
If musing those that do behold my woe and rueful state
hou01423c00001
MS Eng 1503 (3), iii, 54
If my dear wife should chance to gang
hou01423c00488
MS Eng 1470, 79
If my rude muse presumeth to display
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 95
If my rude passion harbors a design (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 29
If Narcissus, foolish boy
hou01423c00028
MS Eng 626, 9v
If neither thou art by birth nor fortune blest
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 73
If nimble dancing dowry were, why then
hou01423c00036
MS Eng 702, 11
If nineteen years of marriage ties
hou01423c00114
MS Am 1448 (nos. 20-63), no. 21
If not refresh'd with new deserved praise
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 97v
If of all countries I do take a view
hou01423c00405
MS Eng 623
If of thy foe thou dost a gift receive
hou01423c00395
MS Typ 14, 64
If once the justness of each part be lost (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 61
If one short volume could comprise (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 94
If our hard fortune no compassion draws (incomplete)
hou01423c00431
MS Eng 615, i, 74v
If painful nature bent with ready will
hou01423c00443
MS Eng 1494, 21
If parting be proper, what needeth good will
hou01423c00016
MS Eng 1015, 107v
If perfect joy from perfect beauty rise
hou01423c00033
MS Eng 768 (vol. 1), 42v
If Phoebus his poet's petition would crown
hou01423c00042
MS Eng 265.2, folder 5
If piety to wit be put to school
hou01423c00050
MS Eng 645, 83v
If poets could be born, as oft as you
hou01423c00464
MS Eng 631, 100v
If poets' pens that of mean matters write
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 93v
If poisonous minerals, and if that tree
hou01423c00002
MS Eng 966.3, 97v
If poisonous minerals or if the tree
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If praise they wrote, then ev'ry partial line (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 66
If Rome can pardon sin as Romans hold
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If Rosamond, that was so fair
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If 'round the world's vast circle we should run
hou01423c00467
MS Eng 640, 32
If salt shall lose the savor where's the use
hou01423c00402
MS Eng 628, 201v
If Sylla's ghost made bloody Cat'line start
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If sense I had mine own estate to know
hou01423c00395
MS Typ 14, 92
If seven long years of laboring life
hou01423c00114
MS Am 1448 (nos. 20-63), no. 23
If shadows be a picture's excellence
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 95
If shame can on a soldier's vein-swoll'n front (incomplete)
hou01423c00232
MS Keats 3.11, 3
If she be dead and not alive (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xviii, p. 27
If she be not as kind as fair (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 56
If she breathes on this glass
hou01423c00212
MS Thr 198, folder 40
If she that was fair London's pride
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 12
If stones by Pyrrha cast were changed
hou01423c00445
MS Eng 1491 (3), 94v
If such a one does to or four [?] (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
If swear hadst thou not been forsworn
hou01423c00040
MS Eng 1107, folder 4
[If] that be [reverenced] which ought to last (incomplete)
hou01423c00417
*EC8. W8915.838s, p. 239
If that for oaths mourning doth clothe the land
hou01423c00402
MS Eng 628, 201v
If that from cloute you will take this letter C
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 54v
If that from glove you'll take the letter G
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MS Eng 686, 54v
If that she sighed, he thought him loved of her
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MS Eng 686, 67
If that the Lord had not took part
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MS Eng 639, 17
If that the wind be in the south (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1490, 2
If that you turn this glass, perceive you may
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MS Eng 639, 19v
If the artists breaks my wing
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MS Eng 1488, 43
If the bell have any sides, the clapper will find 'em (incomplete)
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MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
If the blind fury which wars wars breedeth oft
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MS Eng 266, 64v
If the man who turnips cries
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MS Eng 569.65, 35
If the quick spirit of mine eye
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MS Eng 703, 62
If the quick spirit of thine eye
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MS Eng 703, 62
If the treasured gold could give (incomplete)
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MS Keats 3.13, ii, 34
If the watchful eye of care (incomplete)
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MS Am 2349, v, p. 177
If there be any man (ye gods) I ought to hate (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1312, 15
If there be in it a strange mixture of the sweet
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MS Keats 3.13, i, 6
If this place be not Heaven, one thought can make it
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MS Eng 785, 46
If those great heroes of the stage, whose wit (incomplete)
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MS Eng 540
If thou be master-gunner, spend not all
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MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
If thou dost hope with Christ above
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MS Eng 749, 124v
If thou wilt, Lord, extend thy grace
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MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. ii, p. 202
If thus, a man can die
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MS Eng 1038.1, 51v
If to wake and weep are one
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MS Eng 1461, 239
If torn from all we hold most dear
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MS Eng 692, 38v
If trifling hope has any room to plead (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, i, 78v
If truth divine e'er flowed from mortal's pen
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MS Eng 1143
If victory and success season's blessing be
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MS Eng 606, 34
If virtuous love in none be cause of shame (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, iii, 56
If virtuous so, so witty, you, you deem
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MS Eng 228, 17v
If while my passion I impart
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MS Keats 3.13, i, 13
If wisdom, goodness, greatness, deserve rest
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MS Thr 198, folder 18
If with a child or such a thing
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MS Eng 645, 21
If ye wilne for to witte how hit worth shulde (incomplete)
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MS Eng 527F, folder 8, item 4
If yet from spoils of the old world's farthest end
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MS Eng 966.5, 171v
If yet I have not all thy love
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MS Eng 966.5, 154
If yet I have not all your love
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MS Eng 966.4, 210
If you attempt the comic ridicule (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, ii, 89
If you from spoils of th'old world's farthest end
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MS Eng 966.2, 28v
If you have formed a circle to go into
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If you mean to please every body you will
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If you play a game of chance, know, before you begin
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If you please to draw near
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MS Am 2349, xxvii, 790
If you should build a bark of dead men's bones
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MS Keats 3.2, 145
If you trap the moment before it's ripe
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MS Eng 1167, 53
If you do love as well as I
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MS Eng 626, 19v
If you was my first and I was my third
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MS Eng 1323, 21v
If you would know the reason that night that I came here
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MS Eng 1471, v, 8
If you're deceived it is not by my cheat
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MS Eng 602F, 54
If you're honest and true, without guile, without art
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MS Eng 1323, 35v
If youth had hearts of jealousy, let age
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Ignatius laughs, to keep in sight
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MS Eng 611, ii, 15v
I'll at my pleasure rule at large (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, ii, 39v
I'll bring no foreign voyage on this stage
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MS Eng 645, 1
I'll cut it down, I'll down with by this hand (incomplete)
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MS Eng 699, 33
I'll dote no more, nor shall mine eyes
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MS Eng 626, 39
I'll dye my petticoats, I'll dye them so (incomplete)
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MS Am 2349, xviii, p. 27
I'll envy not the man whose barns
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MS Eng 614, 37
I'll fetch the gold, and that she can't resist (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, iii, 61v
I'll gar our gudeman trow
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MS Eng 1444, 30
I'll gaur our gude man trow
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MS Eng 1486 (3), 18v
I'll gie ye gowd and I'll gie ye gear (incomplete)
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MS Am 2349, xxix, 1078
I'll give you a toast which you never refused
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MS Keats 3.4, 4v
I'll go no farther, here let me repose (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, iii, 43
I'll grind you all as small as dust (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, ii, 39v
I'll live still free, and frolic
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MS Eng 612, ii, 60
I'll look out for men that have acres immense
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MS Eng 629, 22
I'll make it heir o' a' my lands (incomplete)
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MS Am 2349, xxiv, 413
I'll mount the cliffs, I'll watch the coast
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MS Thr 198, folder 32


I'll n-I've
I'll o'er the muir to my bonny love
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MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 99v
I'll put on my gown and plaid
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MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 194
I'll put thee to thy oftener what and why (incomplete)
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MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
I'll range around the shady bowers
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MS Eng 512, 39
I'll shut this captive from your eyes Prison and absence will be both your cares (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, iii, 8v
I'll show you the captains of Aubery Vere
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I'll singbawdy, bawdy, bawdy
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MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 161v
I'll sing to my lover all night and all day
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MS Eng 895, 23v
I'll sing you a story, a story anon
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MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 163v
I'll sing you a wee bit sang (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1504, 12v
I'll steer a different course; grow popular (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, iii, 5
I'll tell thee now, dear love, what thou shall do
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MS Eng 966.3, 71v
I'll tell thee now, dear love, what thou shalt do
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I'll tell you a story, a story anon
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MS Am 2349, xxii, 240
I'll tell you a story, a story so merry
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MS Eng 629, 103v
I'll tell you a story as I have done many one
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MS Am 1622 (101), 1
I'll tell you whence the rose did get his red
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MS Eng 686, 87v
I'll to be happy, be content
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MS Eng 612, ii, 76
I'll trace your windings thro' the darkest cell (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, iii, 95
I'll trip upon trenchers, I'll dance upon dishes (incomplete)
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MS Am 2349, xxvii, 807
I'll fares the land, to hastening ills a prey (incomplete)
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MS Keats 3.13, i, 72v
Ill gotten riches gained with wile
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MS Eng 639, 19v
Ill men have a lust t'hear others ruin (incomplete)
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MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
Illit'rate all, from painful study freed (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, ii, 65v
Illustrious acts high rapture do infuse (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, iii, 86
Illustrious James, Albion's great monarch's son
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MS Eng 584, 64v
Illustrious lady, where shall I begin
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MS Eng 623
Illustrious Sun, Immanuel
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MS Eng 614, 68v
I'm a beau, born the fashions to improve
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MS Thr 198, folder 28
I'm a' gang wrang! This lee lang night
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MS Eng 601.66, 27
I'm between black and white
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MS Eng 1323, 31
I'm bound for new Jerusalem
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MS Eng 614, 76
I'm like a skiff on the ocean lost
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MS Eng 1038.1, 50v
I'm made a miter'd peer, meek Mll said
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MS Eng 569.65, 31
I'm pleased and pained since first her eyes I saw (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1312, 47v
I'm sure he's a person of great resolution
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MS Eng 616, i, 33
I'm the joy of the men and the pride of the fair
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MS Eng 629, 31v
I'm told my love has gone to France
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MS Am 2349, ii, p. 26
I'm vat you please, I own no law
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MS Thr 198, folder 30
Image of her, whom I love more than she
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Immensity cloistered in thy dear womb
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Immortal Caesar, dead and turned to clay (incomplete)
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MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
Immortal crowns of ivy are my view
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MS Eng 623
Immutable and faithful God
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MS Eng 611, iii, 44
Impatience changeth smoke to flame
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MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 14v
Impatiently they wait to burst From their confinements, like imprison'd winds (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, iii, 42v
Impendent death, and guilt that threatens hell
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MS Eng 614, 19v
Imperial Juno gave her matchless grace
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MS Eng 768 (vol. 1), 33
Imperial Prince! King of the seas and isles
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MS Eng 624, 10
Imperious lady, let your servant find
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MS Eng 247.5, 76
Impertinence at first is born
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MS Eng 1038.2, 50
Imploring and adoring
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MS Eng 512, 11
Imposed on customers when drunk or mad (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, ii, 67v
Impossibility, there's no such thing
hou01423c00460
MS Eng 586, 238
Improve litigious suits by ill advice (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 65
In a black shade my wand'ring self I found (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 80
In a dark lonely grot
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MS Am 1919, 8v
In a drear-nighted December
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MS Keats 3.12, 70v
In a famous street near Whetstone's Park
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MS Eng 633, 67v
In a few words I'll describe a fanatic knave
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MS Eng 808 (8), 29
In a moldering cave in a desert pretty and bright Genius sat sighing alone
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MS Am 1448 (nos. 20-63), no. 31
In a sweet May morning
hou01423c00344
MS Eng 862, 173
In a wife I would desire
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MS Eng 1167, 53
In acts of worship, when we bring
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 67
In age thus Lais said, "Now Venus take my glass"
hou01423c00395
MS Typ 14, 72v
In all my trials still I see
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 43v
In all the sex some charms I find
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MS Eng 895, 21v
In all thy humors whether grave or mellow
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MS Keats 3.13, i, 54
In Almys dar thow do no thyng (incomplete)
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MS Eng 530, 1
In amaze
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MS Keats 3.13, i, 9
In ancient days when Arthur reigned (incomplete)
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MS Am 2349, v, p. 179
In ancient Greece when Orpheus sung
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MS Eng 692, 24v
In ancient times, in Britain's isle
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MS Eng 895, 26
In ancient times (such times are now no more) (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 123v
In arms and wars, we Amazons delight (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 19v
In Babylon this prophet captive is
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MS Typ 49, 64v
In Bally-Marther's land
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MS Am 2349, iii, p. 33
In Bath a wanton wife did dwell
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MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 5
In battle Hercules wore the lion's skin (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 83v
In beauty faults conspicuous grow
hou01423c00057
MS Eng 1038.2, 18
In bed we laugh, in bed we cry
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MS Keats 3.13, i, 50v
In bold and unexpected enterprise
hou01423c00042
MS Eng 265.2, folder 11
In Brechin did a Webster dwell, John Steinson was his name (incomplete)
hou01423c00477
MS Eng 1486 (2), 55
In Brister town a merchant did dwell
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MS Eng 1143
In Buchan as I walked near
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 186
In Calvinism most deeply learn'd (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 42
In Cannymills there liv'd a miller
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MS Eng 1491 (3), 34
In Christian world Mary the garland wears
hou01423c00305
MS Am 1622 (117)
In churches, when th'infirmity
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MS Eng 966.4, 88v
In cities large 'mid hum and whirl
hou01423c00486
MS Eng 1470, 37
In coining words your own discretion use (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 50v
In Cloris all soft charms agree
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In cold countries husbandmen plant vines (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2 (twice)
In came her sister, stepping on the floor
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MS Eng 862.1, 8v
In commission of peace a most notable man (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 108v
In corners, nooks, and gateways of the town (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 67
In Cortucky cottage there lives a young lassie
hou01423c00466
MS Eng 1444, 34v
In country beauties, as we often see
hou01423c00125
MS Eng 808 (8), 9
In courts and cities, could you so (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 33v
In Crete when Dedinus first began (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. ii, p. 183
In crystal towers and turrets richly set
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MS Typ 14, 19
In Dalkeith town there liv'd a lady
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MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 223v
In day of frolic, mirth, and fun
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MS Eng 569.63, 2v
In days of yore when words did pass for bonds
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MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. i, p. 54
In desert woods with thee, my God (incomplete)
hou01423c00429
MS Eng 613, 73
In different cases oft we find (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 56
In drear-nighted December
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In easy dialogue is Fletcher's praise (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 49v
In elder times an ancient custom was
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MS Eng 121, 6v
In elder time the ancient custom was
hou01423c00437
MS Eng 534
In England 'tis Italians wise (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 129v
In England was young Brechin born
hou01423c00472
MS Eng 1500, 56
In every chance thyself wouldst manly bear
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 100v
In every copse beneath the shade
hou01423c00039
MS Eng 926, 67
In ev'ry revolution of the state
hou01423c00411
*82-408, 150v
In evil hour, and with unhallowed voice
hou01423c00026
MS Eng 834, folder 25
In fading grandeur lo! the trees
hou01423c00490
MS Eng 680, 31v
In fair Hare there are charms
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MS Eng 768 (vol. 1), 38v
In falling out with that or this (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 61v
In famous York city a farmer did dwell
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MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 44v
In feature often neat
hou01423c00036
MS Eng 702, 24v
In field abroad where trumpet shrill doth sound
hou01423c00334
MS Eng 1285, 74v
In field so fresh, in forts so fair
hou01423c00387
MS Eng 228, 10v
In former times I made many learned, for which divine worship I had
hou01423c00436
MS Eng 1488, 45
In former times I've been a-roving
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MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 201
In God the Father I believe
hou01423c00385
MS Eng 159, 30v
In good King Charles's golden days
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In good King Lewis's land
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In guilty night, and hid in false disguise
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MS Eng 602F, 48
In happy hour doth he receive
hou01423c00042
MS Eng 265.2, folder 13
In Harper all the loves and graces shine
hou01423c00033
MS Eng 768 (vol. 1), 38
In haste, O God, attend my call
hou01423c00114
MS Am 1448 (nos. 20-63), 62
In heat of war why doth the fair one rage
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In his handis and in his full power
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MS Eng 540
In infancy our hopes and fears
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 20
In Johnson's fate Acteon's re-occurs
hou01423c00048
MS Eng 1502 (3), 8
In Jon is kine, as I understand (incomplete)
hou01423c00437
MS Eng 534
In July, on St. James's even (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxvi, 673
In life a thousand ills appear
hou01423c00471
MS Eng 602F, 2v
In life, how weak, how helpless is a woman (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 13
In London city was Bichan born, he long'd strange countries for to see
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MS Eng 1486 (2), 20
In London I never know what to be at
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MS Eng 834, folder 26
In London was young Beichan born (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1470, 123v and 125v and 126v
In lonesome cave
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In love and life the present use
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MS Eng 1038.1, 7
In love, to use a little force (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, ii, 59v
In mad extremes the superstitious own
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MS Eng 584, 34v
In Manlius consulship, in better days
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In marble hard our harms we always grave
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MS Typ 14, 96v
In Mathew's gospel Christ doth show
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MS Eng 540
In me all Christians may behold
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MS Am 1177, 13
In melancholy characters we read (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 27
In men this folly we may oft descry
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MS Eng 614, 101
In mercy gracious Lord, thou dost chastise
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, ii, 52
In midnight Ind, beside Hydaspes cool
hou01423c00179
MS Keats 3.2, 196
In midst of age then shortest am I
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MS Eng 686, 79v
In midst of thought I find two things that do me move
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MS Eng 1015, 63
In misery's darkest caverns known
hou01423c00021
MS Eng 569.65, 9v
In mooring sheive and sighe, as one devoyd of help
hou01423c00016
MS Eng 1015, 74v
In Moses time there lived one
hou01423c00013
MS Am 1177, 13v
In most, 'tis true, the human sense (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 65v
In my breast eternal flames
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MS Eng 602F, 69
In my distress I sought the Lord
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In my pleasant native plains
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MS Eng 1038.1, 42v
In my youth I became a bold tramper
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 134
In nature there's no blemish but the mind (incomplete)
hou01423c00272
MS Keats 2.15, 1v
In Neptune's plains the merchant vainly seeks
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 20v
In Newport town this knight was born (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxi, 117
In Newton of Auchiries laird
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MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 168v
In older time an ancient custom was
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MS Eng 686, 17v
In one poor isle, why should two factions be (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 6
In other men we faults can spy
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MS Eng 1038.2, 43
In Oxford now the king is gone
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MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. ii, p. 177 tipped in
In pale and ashy weeds
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 70
In Paradise I am again (incomplete)
hou01423c00466
MS Eng 1444, 34
In Paris, fair town, liv'd great Gallia's lord
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 228
In pimp and politician the genius is the same
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 2v
In pious hymns and consecrated lays
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 50
In pleasant shades by largest beeches spread
hou01423c00026
MS Eng 834, folder 27
In poignant wit is seen (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 31v
In proportion as we think we can Control ourselves, ourselves we shall control (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2 (twice)
In prose thy proud heart burst; and on the breach
hou01423c00387
MS Eng 228, 30
In prosperous state, 'gainst evils most prepare
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 101
In pur[torn away] His ancestors as aforesaid and assorted th[torn] (incomplete)
hou01423c00040
MS Eng 1107, folder 17
In rage of storm and tempest all
hou01423c00001
MS Eng 1503 (3), ii, 156
In rainy days keep double guard (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 120
In reading of thy learn'd praiseworthy pain
hou01423c00397
MS Eng 1221, 2v
In riper life exempt from public haunt (incomplete)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 26
In Rome a nobleman did wed
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 44v
In Rome, I read, a nobleman
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 41
In sad and ashy weeds
hou01423c00402
MS Eng 628, 161
In St. Lucia's distant isle
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 153
In Scarlet Town where I was bound
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In Scarlingtown where I was borned
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 52v
In schomer when the leves spryng
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxv, 578
In Scotland there lived a humble beggar
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In shady woods near purling streams
hou01423c00471
MS Eng 602F, 44
In short, convince you that however wise (incomplete)
hou01423c00179
MS Keats 3.2, 134
In silent night when rest I took
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In sixteen hundred seventy eight
hou01423c00435
MS Eng 633, 80v
In slanting rows, With still approaching step, and level'd stroke (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 59v
In slavish times when Peter ruled the roost
hou01423c00494
MS Eng 606, 51v
In small and little things there is no gain at all
hou01423c00395
MS Typ 14, 48v
In somer when the shawes be sheyn
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxv, 561
In spite of the muses and all they can do
hou01423c00405
MS Eng 623 (twice)
In sportive mood two jovial hunters sat
hou01423c00046
MS Eng 1502 (2), 74v
In stern reproach, demanded where His grateful sense of former care (incomplete)
hou01423c00144
MS Eng 1274, ch. 35
In storms and rain at length the heav'ns forbear
hou01423c00467
MS Eng 640, 16
In storms at sea, when death and danger's nigh (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 29
In such a world, so thorny, and where none (incomplete)
hou01423c00490
MS Eng 680, verso of last leaf
In sultry weather, when the fleas (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 80v
In summer day, when Phoebus fairly shone
hou01423c00089
MS Eng 266, 77
In summer heat and mid time of the day
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 32
In summer time I did prepare
hou01423c00001
MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. iii, p. 50v
In summer time, the morn in prime
hou01423c00487
MS Eng 1501, 10
In summer whan the hay was maun (incomplete)
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, vii, 127
In summer's day when Phoebus fairly shone (incomplete)
hou01423c00464
MS Eng 631, 17v
In sweet retirement, freed from anxious care (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 68v
In sweetest lays Aereal sounds relate Melinda's praise (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 89v
In tears! away! send sorrow to the grave (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 9v
In that, O Queen of queens thy birth was free
hou01423c00005
MS Eng 966.5, 12
In that, O Queen, thy birth was free
hou01423c00004
MS Eng 966.7, 25
In that soft season when the fruitful show'rs (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 115v
In the beauteous meadows ranging
hou01423c00013
MS Am 1177, 4v
In the beginning was th'eternal word
hou01423c00358
MS Typ 49, 105
In the black dismal dungeon of despair
hou01423c00456
MS Eng 584, 14
In the county of Norfolk, that Paradise land
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 71v
In the days of my youth I could bill like a dove
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 50v
In the dead of the night, when with labor oppress'd (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 116v
In the downhill of life when I find I'm declining
hou01423c00014
MS Eng 1143
In the fair promise of the youthful year (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 133
In the fields in frost or snow, watching late and early
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 26
In the fields of Lincoln's Inn
hou01423c00465
MS Eng 636F, 9v
In the garb of sedition all tories to doom
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, vi, 28
In the Highlands, in the Highlands (incomplete)
hou01423c00499
MS Eng 1470, 9
In the hingle on the han'
hou01423c00030
MS Eng 1504, 8v
In the late king perfection did excell
hou01423c00405
MS Eng 623
In the lands where Lord Beichan was born
hou01423c00488
MS Eng 1470, 128
In the lovely months of spring
hou01423c00039
MS Eng 926, 38
In the merry month of May
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In the middle of night by the castle clock (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, v, p. 177
In the pingle or the pan
hou01423c00030
MS Eng 1504, 7v
In the song that you sent are the muses and graces
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 21v
In the soul Are many lesser faculties that serve (incomplete)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, ii, 40v
In the tempest of life when the wave and the gale
hou01423c00426
Ms Am 1034, 60v
In the valley of waters we wept o'er the day (incomplete)
hou01423c00140
MS Am 1631 (52), 1
In the wanton season
hou01423c00001
MS Eng 1503 (3), iii, 30v
In thee, O Christ, is all my hope
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 129v
In thee, O Lord, I put my trust
hou01423c00400
MS Eng 639, 15v
In these lone towers where day by day
hou01423c00020
MS Eng 569.68, 4
In these three wills, the difference is but small
hou01423c00387
MS Eng 228, 4v
In thine own heritage, O God
hou01423c00400
MS Eng 639, 12
In things that no ways remedied can be (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 21
In this grove my Strephon walk'd
hou01423c00029
MS Eng 512, 53
In this mater lat vs not tarye (incomplete)
hou01423c00406
MS Eng 1482, Addit 39729, 129v
In this pillar do I lie
hou01423c00385
MS Eng 159, 21
In this Saint Paul sends the Corinthians word
hou01423c00358
MS Typ 49, 118v
In Thoro town there lives a maid
hou01423c00489
MS Eng 1470, 136
In Thorough town there lives a maid
hou01423c00489
MS Eng 1470, 218
In those disastrous and licentious times
hou01423c00031
MS Am 1919, 18v
In those twelve days and in those twelve days let us be glad
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In thy dear sight my woes shall all decay (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 42
In thy western halls of gold
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In time of old, when smiling fate
hou01423c00050
MS Eng 645, 72
In time of yore when shepherds dwelt
hou01423c00441
MS Eng 1495, 18
In time when princes cancelled nature's law
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 28v
In time of Yore when Brutes were speakers
hou01423c00494
MS Eng 606, 66
In trouble thus, I heard one cry
hou01423c00049
MS Eng 757, 84
In truth is trust, distrust not then my truth
hou01423c00441
MS Eng 1495, 20
In vain are musty morals taught in schools
hou01423c00015
MS Eng 569.63, 1
In vain D'Aiguillon courts the peaceful shade
hou01423c00046
MS Eng 1502 (2), 26
In vain does nature her free gifts bestow
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 79v
In vain I fly from sorrow, that still attends me
hou01423c00029
MS Eng 512, 11v
In vain I try t'expel the tyrant god
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 12
In vain, in vain is delay
hou01423c00029
MS Eng 512, 63
In vain, in vain it is, I find
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 77
In vain, in vain to other scenes I fly
hou01423c00446
MS Eng 630, 40v
In vain, My Cloe, you suggest
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 27v
In vain, my dear muse, you coyly refuse
hou01423c00125
MS Eng 808 (8), 51
In vain my fancy strives to paint
hou01423c00446
MS Eng 630, 19
In vain the fulsome errors of the age
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In vain , the hungry mountaineers (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 119
In vain we fly approaching ill
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 119v
In vain we to that wretch good counsel give
hou01423c00471
MS Eng 602F, 3v
In vain you mention pleasure, to one confined like me
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 38v
In vain you'll strive your destiny to shun (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 23v
In various ways designing mortals move
hou01423c00033
MS Eng 768 (vol. 1), 64
In Venus camp N. long a soldier was
hou01423c00044
MS Eng 699, 26
In verse to ease thy wretched wants I write
hou01423c00435
MS Eng 633, 72
In verse to vaunt my lady's grace
hou01423c00443
MS Eng 1494, 16
In wantonness of spirit, plunging down (incomplete)
hou01423c00144
MS Eng 1274, ch. 2
In wedlock a species of lottery lies
hou01423c00107
MS Eng 692, 41
In what torn ship soever I embark
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In wicked times when wanton wives
hou01423c00494
MS Eng 606, 75
In wild designs is giddy youth absorpt (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 136
In will is choice, in choice is choose
hou01423c00016
MS Eng 1015, 107v
In winter when the rain rain'd cauld
hou01423c00500
MS Eng 1486 (3), 56v
In winter's bright array
hou01423c00014
MS Eng 1143
In winter's realm, beneath the polar bear (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 92
In winter's time when hardly fed the flocks (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 91v
In woods and lofty mountains
hou01423c00013
MS Am 1177, 2v
In Woodstock bower once grew a flower (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xviii, p. 34
In yon green isle, beyond Argyle
hou01423c00486
MS Eng 1470, 42
In your past life ye candid must confess (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 65
In your stern beauty I can see
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 65
In youth exalted high in air
hou01423c00033
MS Eng 768 (vol. 1), 7
Indeed, Anacreon, I was told
hou01423c00471
MS Eng 602F, 47
Indeed I do love thee, my dear little child
hou01423c00039
MS Eng 926, 68
Indeed, I must confess
hou01423c00464
MS Eng 631, 74v
Indeed, I ne'er did see a god till now (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 8v
Indeed, the love you speak of, you will find (incomplete)
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, iii, 17v
Indiff'rent poems are like latter pears
hou01423c00048
MS Eng 1502 (3),, 116
Indulgent Heaven has placed my lot
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 78
Indulgent shepherds on the parched plain
hou01423c00491
MS Eng 674, 11v
Indweller of a peaceful valley
hou01423c00303
MS Eng 971, 1
Infected minds infect each thing they see (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2 (twice)
Infinite wisdom, thee we praise
hou01423c00368
Autograph file, W: Isaac Watts, 14
Ingenious Higgons never sought
hou01423c00471
MS Eng 602F, 39
Ingenious Higgons that ne'er sought
hou01423c00471
MS Eng 602F, 38v
Ingratitude's the worst of ill
hou01423c00050
MS Eng 645, 72v
Innocence does the happy, happy make
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 100v
Inquire for me ere a bargain you make
hou01423c00013
MS Am 1177, 6
Inspir'd by some celestial influence
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 68v
Instead of sad solemnity, and black (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 10
Instinctive sound! I'm now convinced by thee
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 38v
Instructive sound! I'm now convinced by thee (incomplete)
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 108
Insulting tyrant, never boast
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 60
Interval of grateful shade
hou01423c00026
MS Eng 834, folder 28
Intill the burgh o' Aberbrothock
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, ii, p. 19
Into a dream, which if you can afford (incomplete)
hou01423c00050
MS Eng 645, 21v
Into s sweet May morning
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Into what part of nature am I thrown
hou01423c00471
MS Eng 602F, 40
Intruding death with equal freedom greets (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 134
Is friendship then an empty sound
hou01423c00114
MS Am 1448 (nos. 20-63), no. 32
Is in there byri eac bearnum gecythed
hou01423c00420
MS Eng 1481, 9
Is it not a well-writ story (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
Is it presumptuous to congratulate
hou01423c00470
MS Eng 676F, 27
Is it that ape in masquerade (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 87v
Is it the same world we read of before
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, vii, 157
Is it the torrent (incomplete)
hou01423c00489
MS Eng 1470, 35v
Is Kent overcome? their enterprise dispatched
hou01423c00050
MS Eng 645, 17
Is not thy sacred hunger of science
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Is one that truly loves his prince
hou01423c00036
MS Eng 702, 8
Is Pettifogge turned poet Will
hou01423c00405
MS Eng 623
Is righteous Lot from sinful Sodom gone
hou01423c00027
MS Eng 749, 137
Is she not more than fancy can imagine (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 41v
Is she not wondrous fair? Oh, but I see
Is the fish ready? You're a tedious while
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 13v
Is this the great shepherd whom our Savior call'd
hou01423c00385
MS Eng 159, 11v
Is then his fate decreed, sir
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 49v
Is theos burch breome geond Breotenrice
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Is there a bard whom genius fires
hou01423c00057
MS Eng 1038.2, 33v
Is there a charm, ye powers above
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 81v
Is there a heart so cold, so dead
hou01423c00412
Autograph file, W: William Wordsworth, 6v
Is there a spark in earthy mould
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 60v
Is there ever a man in allScotland
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxvi, 706
Is there ho hope, the sick man said
hou01423c00057
MS Eng 1038.2, 32v
Is there no patron to protect the Muse
hou01423c00374
MS Eng 327 (*57M-129)
Is there such healing virtue in a wife (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 9
Is this a holy thing to see
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Is this then your wonder (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
Is this thy plighted faith, is this thy truth (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 12
Is this well done, my lord? 'Twas but the Blair of love as it expired (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 29
Is thy poor bark becalmed, and forced to stay
hou01423c00028
MS Eng 626, 59
Isaac a doctor of no vulgar name
hou01423c00015
MS Eng 569.63, 36
Ise a Highland laddy
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 50
Ise lay down my hat, and Ise went to pray (incomplete)
hou01423c00001
MS Eng 1503 (3), ii, 132v
Isis, the glory of the western world (incomplete)
hou01423c00438
MS Eng 540
Is't not pity then, Men of such eminent virtues should be slaves (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 36
Is't true they use their fingers for a fork (incomplete)
hou01423c00144
MS Eng 1274, ch. 59
It befell at Martinmas
hou01423c00001
MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. iii, p. 41v
It came to pass in tract of time (incomplete)
hou01423c00001
MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. i, p. 7 tipped in
It chanced about the Martinmass
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xviii, p. 28
It chanc'd, as musing once he stray'd (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 104v
It chanced me one day beside the shore
hou01423c00089
MS Eng 266, 3
It chanc'd my husband on a winter's night (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 74
It chanced not long ago as I was walking
hou01423c00401
MS Eng 624, 29
It chanced to be at Michaelman time (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxvi, 744
It doth commend the stamp of ebery coin
hou01423c00050
MS Eng 645, 14v
It fell about a Lammas time
hou01423c00502
MS Eng 1498, 15v
It fell about the Christmas time
hou01423c00502
MS Eng 1498, 13
It fell about the Lamas tide (incomplete)
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It fell about the Lamas time
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It fell about the Martinmas (incomplete)
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It fell about the Martinmas time (incomplete)
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It fell in about the Martinmas time
hou01423c00450
MS Eng 1497, i, 91v
It fell on a day, a bonny summer's day
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It fell on a day, a clear summer day
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, v, 140
It fell on a day, and a bonny summer day
hou01423c00498
MS Eng 1470, 6v and 7v
It fell on a day on a bonny summer day
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, v, 107
It fell on a time an' a Martinmas time
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, ii, p. 188
It fell on a holyday
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 77v
It fell on Wodensday
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 76
It fell once upon a day, Edinburgh, Edinburgh
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 50v
It fell sometime in the land of Beame (incomplete)
hou01423c00489
MS Eng 1470, 211
It fell upon a time that the proud king of France
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxiv, 416
It happened on a summer's lovely morn (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 80
It happened on a winter night
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, iii, 118v
It happened once upon a time
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It is a heart as spotless and sincere (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 12
It is a lofty feeling, yet a kind
hou01423c00234
MS Keats *EC8.K2262. 817p(D), leaf preceding title-page
It is a praise to praise when thou art praised (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2 (twice)
It is a sacred art, whereby
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 77v
It is, and shall be still poor Strephon's prayer
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 13
It is decreed, nor ahall thy fate, O Crom
hou01423c00050
MS Eng 645, 95v
It is enough for me that I do know (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2 (twice)
It is my fair one's voice
hou01423c00212
MS Thr 198, folder 91
It is my passion, Philon, I forget (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 27v
It is not noonthe sunbow's rays still arch (incomplete)
hou01423c00446
MS Eng 630, 23
It is not soit is not so
hou01423c00110
MS Eng 692.1, 17v
It is not that my lot is low
hou01423c00144
MS Eng 1274, no. 45
It is so, and I do not change my mind
hou01423c00405
MS Eng 623
It is the funeral march, I did not think (incomplete)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 57v
It is the last meeting, I know it too well
hou01423c00422
MS Am 988, 10
It is the year's midnight, and it is the day's
hou01423c00005
MS Eng 966.5, 146v
It is reported that a country man
hou01423c00044
MS Eng 699, 29v
It is the beauty, fairest, not thy wealth
hou01423c00035
MS Eng 247.5, 61v
It keeps eternal whisperings around
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2
hou01423c00003
MS Eng 966.1
It like the sun diffusive is (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 57
It makes me smile in scorn That wise men cannot understand themselves (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2 (twice)
It might have been refused, but wherefore barb (incomplete)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, ii, 9
It must be so, Peddle, thou reasonest well
hou01423c00107
MS Eng 692, 12v
It must be so, still there's a rout
hou01423c00011
MS Am 1369, 4v
It once fell out upon a day
hou01423c00488
MS Eng 1470, 129
It place in thy memory dealest
hou01423c00207
MS Am 1428 (168)
It rained so high, it rained so low (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxv, 616
It rains, it rains in fair Scotland
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxv, 610 and 611
It rains, it rains in merry Scotland (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxv, 615
It rains, it rains in old Scotland (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxv, 608 and 609
It seems you are well acquainted with my closet (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 3v
It struck me on reading Sir Walter Scott's novel
hou01423c00024
MS Eng 569.67, 4
It was a bright and cheerful afternoon
hou01423c00336
MS Eng 822, 3
It was a dark and misty night (incomplete)
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, vi, 10
It was a day that sent into the heart (incomplete)
hou01423c00353
MS Eng 722, 6
It was a maid of my country
hou01423c00001
MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. iii, p. 50
It was a May on a midsummer's day
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxv, 614
It was a peck o' meal or mair
hou01423c00450
MS Eng 1497, ii, 162v
It was a time when silly bees could speak
hou01423c00049
MS Eng 757, 86
It was a vision. In the heavy gloom (incomplete)
hou01423c00275
MS Keats 2.17.2
It was a' for our rightfu' king
hou01423c00450
MS Eng 1497, i, 19
It was about the Lamas time (incomplete)
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It was about the Martinmas (incomplete)
hou01423c00499
MS Eng 1470, 3v
It was at dinner as they sat
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, vii, 110
It was in and about the Martinmas time
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It was in a morning right early in May
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 139v
It was in January, all on the eight day
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, ii, 151v
It was into the how o' Byth
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 101
It was on a day, and a fine summer day (incomplete)
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It was on a day, and a fine summer's day
hou01423c00486
MS Eng 1470, in envelope fastened to back cover
It was on a day, when a lovely May
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, vii, 73
It was on a morning early (incomplete)
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It was Pope first in vogue
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, v, 129v
It was so calm, that scarce the feathery weed (incomplete)
hou01423c00144
MS Eng 1274, ch. 98
It was the frog in the well
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 266v
It was the month in which the righteous maid
hou01423c00089
MS Eng 266, 40
It was upon Culloden muir
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 105
It well becomes the glory of the press
hou01423c00050
MS Eng 645, 30v
It's always held a sign of change in weather
hou01423c00005
MS Eng 966.5, 92v
It's beauty gives the assignation there
hou01423c00206
MS Thr 39, 20v
It's for her sake that's far awa'
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, v, 23
It's for our gude and rightfu' king
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 97
It's hae ye heard tell o' the auld harper
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxvii, 803
It's hame, and it's hame, hame fain would I be
hou01423c00500
MS Eng 1486 (3), 13v
It's hard to love but harder to refrain
hou01423c00036
MS Eng 702, 9
It's honor for a man
hou01423c00400
MS Eng 639, 20
It's lang, lang to Lammas
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It's nae lang sin' I, sin' I had a lad of my ain
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 72v
It's no vera lang sin' syne
hou01423c00500
MS Eng 1486 (3), 44v
It's of a fearless highwayman a story I will tell
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, i, p. 72
It's of a yopung lord o' the highlands
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, i, 124
It's of two brothers who were in the army
hou01423c00486
MS Eng 1470, 51
It's there leaved a widow in Westmorland
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, ii, p. 207
It's up in the Highlands along the sweet Tay (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxvii, 857
I,ve been a maid near thirty years (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, ii, p. 238
Ive been a wanton (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, ii, p. 200
I've come to tell you, hentlemen, you may
hou01423c00491
MS Eng 674, 5v
I've fed the altar in my bower
hou01423c00446
MS Eng 630, 20
I've gained the port, farewell fond hope and fortune
hou01423c00034
MS Eng 768 (vol. 2), 21
I've heard the tempest howl and roar
hou01423c00107
MS Eng 692, 41v
I'he heard them lilting at the ewes milking (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxix, 1094
I've lost my mistress, horse, and wife
hou01423c00018
MS Eng 1323, 48
I've picked from poets pericranies
hou01423c00033
MS Eng 768 (vol. 1), 5
I've read of Islands floating and removed
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 5
I've read your enigma and soon I do find
hou01423c00013
MS Am 1177, 12v
I've seen the smiling of fortune beguiling
hou01423c00450
MS Eng 1497, i, 46v
I've seen thee weep to see a sparrow die
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 32
I've thought, the fair Clarissa cries
hou01423c00034
MS Eng 768 (vol. 2), 94


J
Jack and Tom went to the sea (incomplete)
hou01423c00489
MS Eng 1470, 128v
Jack and William was gone to school (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxiii, 257
Jack, drink away
hou01423c00125
MS Eng 808 (8), 49
Jack presbyter, and a son of the pope (incomplete)
hou01423c00001
MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. ii, p. 128 tipped in
Jack would live bachelor, yet needs must wive
hou01423c00050
MS Eng 645, 15
James, eating rotten cheese, did say
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 53v
Janglynge longeth to sacrylege (incomplete)
hou01423c00437
MS Eng 534
Jehovah here of nothing all thing makes
hou01423c00358
MS Typ 49, 5
Jenny Black had three sons
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 105v
Jerusalem, my happy home (incomplete)
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Jerusalem, thy joys divine (incomplete)
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Jerusalem's curse is not fulfilled in me
hou01423c00034
MS Eng 768 (vol. 2), 24
Jest on: and think I do but jest in these
hou01423c00387
MS Eng 228, 16v
Jesu, as taught by thee, I pray (incomplete)
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 90
Jesu, at the command
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, ii, 41v
Jesu, dear departed Lord
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 91
Jesu, give mercy to my soul
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 38v
Jesu, if still the same thou art
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 106
Jesu, if still thou art today
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 107
Jesu, my light again I view
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 104v
Jesu, no more, it is full tide
hou01423c00464
MS Eng 631, 54v
Jesu, thy boundless love to me
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Jesus, accept the praise
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 90v
Jesus Christ is risen today, hallelujah
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 33
Jesus, lead me by thy power
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 130v
Jesus, Lord, as me made, and with thy precious blood me bought
hou01423c00001
MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. iii, p. 41v
Jesus, my Lord, attend
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Jesus, my loving spouse
hou01423c00001
MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. i, p. 105
Jesus of Nazareth, King of the Jews
hou01423c00385
MS Eng 159, 3
Jesus, permit thy gracious name to stand (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
Jesus, shall I never be
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 92
Jesus, the all-atoning Lamb
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 105v
Jesus, the all-restoring word
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 130
Jesus, thou all-redeeming lord
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Jesus, thou son of God most high
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 44
Jewry came to Jerusalem
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Jezabel, once queen of Israel
hou01423c00489
MS Eng 1470, 216
Jocky was the blithest lad
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 210v
John Anderson, my jo, cum in as ye gae by
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John Anderson, my jo, John
hou01423c00450
MS Eng 1497, ii, 165
John Edward something funny was
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John Lankin was a good mason
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxiv, 392
John rests below. A man more infamous
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 3v
John the Scot was as brave a knight (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, v, p. 177
Johnie is up to London gane
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, vii, 22
Johnie rose up in a May morning
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Johnie Smith, the fisherman
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, iii, 91v
Johnie's up to England gane
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, i, 162
Johnnie Brad in a May mornin'
hou01423c00466
MS Eng 1444, 42
Johnnie Brad, on a May morning
hou01423c00466
MS Eng 1444, 25
Johnnie Carnegie lies here
hou01423c00034
MS Eng 768 (vol. 2), 20
Johnnie raise up in a May morning
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 48v
Johnnie Scott's a-hunting gane
hou01423c00450
MS Eng 1497, i, 29
Johnny came to our town
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, v, 44
Johnny Cowper had a most beautiful wife
hou01423c00445
MS Eng 1491 (3), 37v
Johnny gane up to fair England
hou01423c00344
MS Eng 862, 150
Johnny got up in a May morning
hou01423c00344
MS Eng 862, 149
Johnny's into England gane three quarter of a year
hou01423c00472
MS Eng 1500, 54v
Johnny's into England gone
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxiv, 412
Johny was as brave a knight
hou01423c00497
MS Eng 1486 (1), 12v
Jolly Shepherd, Shepherd on a hill (incomplete)
hou01423c00001
MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. i, p. 98 tipped in
Joseph an aged man truly
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Joseph was an old man, and an old man was he
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Jove saw the heavens formed in a little glass
hou01423c00028
MS Eng 626, 49
Jove sent thee Paris; what is mine
hou01423c00346
MS Eng 785, 9v
Jove, when he saw my Fanny's face
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 69v
Jove's daughters and the poets have this task
hou01423c00273
MS Keats 2.15.1, 23
Joy may be seen, and grief itself unfold
hou01423c00471
MS Eng 602F, 25v
Joy of my soul, when thou art gone
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 111
Joy to the groves the vernal seasons bring (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 117
Juda is captain
hou01423c00358
MS Typ 49, 25v
Jude bids them in all godliness proceed
hou01423c00358
MS Typ 49, 129v
Judge me not, Lord, in wrathful ire
hou01423c00001
MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. ii, p. 161v
Judge me, O God, and plead my cause
hou01423c00114
MS Am 1448 (nos. 20-63), 62
Judicious zeal New England's Boanerges
hou01423c00017
MS Am 929, 91
Julian, how comes it that of late we see
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Julian, with care peruse the lines I send
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Jursty Forsyth was a maiden in Fife
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, iii, 59
Just as the mariner, 'scaped the wreck of seas (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 41v
Just at the selfsame beat of time's wide wings
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Just so good wives their husbands chide (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 74
Justice long forbearing
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 12
Justice of late have lost her wits
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 53


K
Kadgie wife and kadgie man
hou01423c00450
MS Eng 1497, ii, 65
Kalebordie had a cock (incomplete)
hou01423c00489
MS Eng 1470, 123v and 124
Kateryne with glorious Margarete (incomplete)
hou01423c00406
MS Eng 1482, Harl 2255, 115
Kayser! to whom, as to a second self
hou01423c00158
MS Eng 947.8, To the Young Artist, Kayser
Keen blaws the wind o'er Donacht Head
hou01423c00450
MS Eng 1497, ii, 167
Keen fitful gusts are whispering here and there
hou01423c00188
MS Keats 3.12, 47
Keep on your mask, and hide your eye
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 71
Kehama lights the daleprobatum est
hou01423c00074
MS Eng 265.1, folder 4
Kemble, thou cur'st my unbelief
hou01423c00130
Autograph file, B: Robert Burns, 2
Kemp, Kemp, my Johnnie soutar (incomplete)
hou01423c00466
MS Eng 1444, 34v
Kempy Kaye is a-wooing gane
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, i, 39
Kempy Kay's a wooing gane
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Ken ye aught o' gude Lochiel
hou01423c00450
MS Eng 1497, i, 93
Ken ye where Leader rins sae clear
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Kept cider in their vaults with ill design (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 68
Kill me, but keep off your filthy hands (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 55v
Kill moulis, kill moulis (incomplete)
hou01423c00489
MS Eng 1470, 144
Kind fair! round whom my arms I fling
hou01423c00091
Autograph file, H: William Hayley, 1
Kind loving friends, whoever enters here
hou01423c00035
MS Eng 247.5, 14v
Kind passenger, but read and pay
hou01423c00025
MS Eng 703, 4
Kind pity chokes my spleen, brave scorn forbids
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King Arthur rul'd this land
hou01423c00450
MS Eng 1497, ii, 97
King Charles be thou blest with peace and with rest
hou01423c00504
MS Eng 1503 (1), 147v
King David and the sybil name
hou01423c00456
MS Eng 584, 93v
King David's royal heart is filled with woe
hou01423c00358
MS Typ 49, 38v
King Easter has courted her for her gowd
hou01423c00503
MS Eng 1486 (4), 5v and 51
King George beholding with judicious eyes
hou01423c00032
Autograph file, D: John Digmore, 2v
King Henry was my father, she said (incomplete)
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, i, 91
King Knapperty he's a-hunting gane
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 74
King of number eleven next Monday the box on
hou01423c00045
MS Eng 265, 6v
Kings of their envy cheat a foolish world (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 96
Kiss'd yestre'en. kiss'd yestreen
hou01423c00445
MS Eng 1491 (3), 31v
Kitty, a grateful girl, in doleful dump
hou01423c00054
MS Eng 731, folder 163
Kitty's charming voice and face
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 9v
Klockius so deeply hath sworn ne'er more to come
hou01423c00002
MS Eng 966.3, 75
Klockius do deeply hath vowed ne'er to come
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Knave is at worst of knave When he smiles best (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
Kneller, by Heaven, and not a master taught
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 93
Knew when the moon was in fit mood
hou01423c00136
MS Eng 1132, 3
Knip, knap, a hunting went (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxii, 183
Knoll most famous in Kent still appears (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 69v
Know, Celia, since thou art so proud
hou01423c00025
MS Eng 703, 30
Know, I've prepared thee a secure retreat (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 42v
Know, my Demetrius! Joys are for the gods (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 99
Know then war's my pleasure, am I thus controlled
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 9v
Know thou this truth enough for man to know (incomplete)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, ii, 10v
Knowest thou the land where the lemon trees bloom
hou01423c00446
MS Eng 630, 11
Knowledge by time advances slow and wise (incomplete)
hou01423c00019
MS Am 505, 5


L
Lac'd in her cousins (stays) new appeared the bride (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 98v
Ladies, be firm to passion's tenderest claim (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 40v
Ladiesnot gentlemenLord Ogleby
hou01423c00037
MS Thr 21, 3
Ladies that Brute adores the god of wine
hou01423c00037
MS Thr 21, 2
Ladies that gild the glittering noon
hou01423c00464
MS Eng 631, 93
Lady Annis she sat in her bay window
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxiii, 383
Lady, farewell! the voice you hear (incomplete)
hou01423c00023
MS Eng 569.66, 44v
Lady farewell, whom I in bitterness serv'd
hou01423c00443
MS Eng 1494, 15
Lady, I entreat you, wear
hou01423c00028
MS Eng 626, 36v
Lady, I know not whether You want money, but I have brought you some (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 4v
Lady! it was a lovely land
hou01423c00325
MS Am 1972, 8v
Lady Margaret carries the keys of the cellar
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxvii, 764
Lady Margaret sat in her bower door
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 56
Lady Margaret sits in her bower door
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxi, 48
Lady Margat stand stands in her boor door
hou01423c00344
MS Eng 862, 253bis
Lady Margery was her mother's ain daughter
hou01423c00450
MS Eng 1497, ii, 35v
Lady Margery was the king's ae daughter
hou01423c00489
MS Eng 1470, 139
Lady, thou bear'st no vulgar name
hou01423c00137
MS Eng 601.66, 6
Lady, to thy great injury
hou01423c00025
MS Eng 703, 66v
Lady, wear those bays, you may
hou01423c00025
MS Eng 703, 9v
Lady, what's your face to me
hou01423c00028
MS Eng 626, 66
Lady, your father came unto my hand
hou01423c00035
MS Eng 247.5, 47
Lairds and lords a-hunting gone
hou01423c00489
MS Eng 1470, 24
Lait, lait on sleep as I was laid (incomplete)
hou01423c00489
MS Eng 1470, 239
Lambkin was as good a mason
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Lambkin was as good a mason as ever laid stone
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, v, 127v
Lammikin was as good a mason
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxiv, 394
Lanckin was as guid a mason
hou01423c00502
MS Eng 1498, 38v
Landers Knight he rade a right
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, iii, p. 15
Lang and sma'
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, iii, 91
Lang in te morn or te tay prep [?] was home
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 14v
Language, thou art too narrow and too weak
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Lassie, are ye wauking yet
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 190
Last night I dreamt my Peggy
hou01423c00498
MS Eng 1470, 11v
Last, some there are, who take their first degrees (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 6v
Lat never a man a wooing wend
hou01423c00497
MS Eng 1486 (1), 48
Lat never a man a-wooing wend that lacketh thingis three
hou01423c00477
MS Eng 1486 (2), 38
Late at e'en drinkin' the wine
hou01423c00489
MS Eng 1470, 265
Late at nightthere I spied
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Late in a dear and happy deemed night
hou01423c00025
MS Eng 703, 13
Late in an evening forth I went
hou01423c00450
MS Eng 1497, i, 159
Late in the e'enin' drinkin' the wine (incomplete)
hou01423c00489
MS Eng 1470, 58
Late o'er the fields the yellow autumn smil'd
hou01423c00490
MS Eng 680, 26v
Late prologues have has so much confidence
hou01423c00125
MS Eng 808 (8), 18
Laugh not nor weep: but let thine eyes
hou01423c00348
MS Am 1301.2, opening 27
Laughs not the heart, when giants, big with pride (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 119v
Lavish not wit in verse, to cast away
hou01423c00387
MS Eng 228, 5v
Law, physic, and divinity
hou01423c00401
MS Eng 624, 72
Lay by that load (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
Lay by that load Of scattered thought that clogs and cumbers thee (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
Lay that scarf by. I am a queen, and like myself will die (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 32
Lazy bones, lazy bones, wake up and peep
hou01423c00078
MS Eng 1094, 22
Lead the way, Revenge inspires me, and I'll try to follow (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 54v
Leaky at bottom, if those holes you stop
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 81v
Lean on the bleaky hills, the straying flocks
hou01423c00135
Autograph file, B: Robert Burns, no. 3
Leander on the bay
hou01423c00029
MS Eng 512, 69
Learn by this portrait how the kit-cats toast
hou01423c00033
MS Eng 768 (vol. 1), 42
Learn hope from widowed turtles Or from the melancholy Philomel (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 3
Learn, O learn, fair Anne, he said
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MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 40v
Learn this lesson in wealth and woe
hou01423c00001
MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. iii, p. 1
Learn to make your bed, Annie
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, i, 84
Leave, Chloris, leave the woods, the chase
hou01423c00028
MS Eng 626, 81v
Leave off, I prithee, worsly, do
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 12v
Leave off with pain the blackamoor to scour
hou01423c00395
MS Typ 14, 68
Leave off your ogling, Francis
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Leave tampering or attempting it
hou01423c00387
MS Eng 228, 25
Leave you, laddie, leave you
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 178v
Leaves have their time to fall
hou01423c00422
MS Am 988, 11
Leaves have their time to fall'tis so, of course
hou01423c00024
MS Eng 569.67, 86
Leaving the fear of heaven on the left hand (incomplete)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, ii, 94v
Led by the dark Dominicans of Spain (incomplete)
hou01423c00114
MS Am 1448 (nos. 20-63), 54
Led by the pleasures of the eve
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 10
Led by unerring Nature's voice (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 65
Leila! when e'er I gaze on thee
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 27
Leman, Leman, dawis the day (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, ii, 153
Lemon has whelped, O joyful news
hou01423c00050
MS Eng 645, 52v
Lemona was daughter of Hudda the brave
hou01423c00015
MS Eng 569.63, 16
Lend me but your attentions, and I'll cut (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2 (twice)
Lenten stuff is come to the towne
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Leonell of eyes the left, had given for bodily sight
hou01423c00443
MS Eng 1494, 21
Less pleased am I with Farinelli's note
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 90v
Less pleasure take, brave minds, in battles won (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 85v
Lest curates proud should make a stir
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 113
Lest my ill manners you should speak on
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 114
Let Alexander's discontented soul
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 19v
Let all men know That tree shall long time keep a steady foot (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2 (twice)
Let all rude triumphs cease of Caesar's Rome
hou01423c00050
MS Eng 645, 68
Let Astrape forbear to blaze
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 32
Let barbarous Memphis boast no more her pyramids so wonderful
hou01423c00044
MS Eng 699, 9
Let barefooted beggars still walk in the street
hou01423c00001
MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. ii, p. 177
Let both then meet, for we may find (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 137
Let care be a stranger to each jovial soul
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 55v
Let Christians all with one accord
hou01423c00474
MS Eng 1507, Christmas carrols, [ca. 1777], 25
Let critic wits and fools, for laughter born (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 133
Let Dad be jealous, multiply his cares
hou01423c00206
MS Thr 39, 16v
Let death and fortune threaten, if thy will (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 31v
Let Dew, house of Dew, rejoice with Xanthener a precious stone of an amber color (incomplete)
hou01423c00349
MS Eng 719, frag D ("Let" portion)
Let drudging fools by honesty grow great (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 94
Let Elizur rejoice with the Partridge, who is a prisoner of state and is proud of his keepers (incomplete)
hou01423c00349
MS Eng 719, frag B ("Let" portion)
Let equipage and dress despair
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Let every brisk lover be constant and true
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 64v
Let every wicked graceless child attend
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 101v
Let ever wise and discreet man (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 48v
Let flatt'ry retail, truth deals by the lump
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 23v
Let God a loan, his Christ's he knows
hou01423c00016
MS Eng 1015, 77v
Let good men, for good deeds, covet good fame (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 2v
Let Greece have tales of thundering Joves
hou01423c00387
MS Eng 228, 15
Let heaven and earth for ever keep their bound (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 9
Let heaven and hell and earth this day
hou01423c00212
MS Thr 198, folder 40
Let him who from his tyrant mistress did
hou01423c00025
MS Eng 703, 23
Let hands base things admire, let Phoebus still (incomplete)
hou01423c00464
MS Eng 631, 6
Let it be never said to shame our sex (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 5
Let Linus and Amphion's lute
hou01423c00028
MS Eng 626, 48
Let little Tom great Norfolk's son
hou01423c00458
MS Eng 585, 22
Let lofty Pindus some aspire to praise
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 12
Let Ma[hole in MS] ebai [illegible] the M[?]nk, a beast (incomplete)
hou01423c00349
MS Eng 719, frag C ("Let" and "For" portions)
Let maidens sew, but scholars ply the schools
hou01423c00395
MS Typ 14, 34
Let man's soul be a sphere, and then, in this
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Let martial music sound
hou01423c00440
MS Mus 237, i, 2
Let me enjoy you, for I fain would know
hou01423c00387
MS Eng 228, 9v
Let me go seek some solitary palce
hou01423c00441
MS Eng 1495, 18
Let me not sigh my last before I breathe
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 94
Let me not to the marriage of true minds
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 6v
Let me pour forth
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Let me wander where I will
hou01423c00345
Autograph file, P: Bryan W. Procter, 1
Let men say what they will, it is a food
hou01423c00035
MS Eng 247.5, 61
Let no man think me a fool: if otherwise, yet as a fool receive me (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
Let none presume the hallowed way to tread (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 88v
Let not despair, the worst of foes
hou01423c00212
MS Thr 198, folder 90
Let not kings therefore on a wrong foundation (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 27
Let not makers silver pen
hou01423c00025
MS Eng 703, 35v
Let not that offend you, worthy reader (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2 (twice)
Let other arses have the power
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 88v
Let other beauty have the power
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 88
Let others muse on sublunary things
hou01423c00019
MS Am 505, 48v
Let political fools
hou01423c00031
MS Am 1919, 30v
Let Prior's Muse with softening accents move (incomplete)
hou01423c00054
MS Eng 731, folder 275, 10
Let prudes and coquettes their intentions conceal
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 39v
Let Pulteney speak or Caleb write
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 67
Let rakes for pleasure range the town
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 14v
Let reckless atheists and puff'd libertines
hou01423c00031
MS Am 1919, 23v
Let secret villainy from hence be warn'd (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 52v
Let sighs and groans
hou01423c00212
MS Thr 198, folder 40
Let Talmach preach to his dull simple crowd
hou01423c00435
MS Eng 633, 79
Let tattling gossips hear thee tattling thus
hou01423c00044
MS Eng 699, 30v
Let the best course of life your choice invite (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, ii, 38v
Let the brothels of Paris be opened
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Let the dull town pretend to their silly vanity (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 70
Let the king raze our fane: our bloods be spilt (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 30
Let the night perish, curs'd be the morn
hou01423c00456
MS Eng 584, 24v
Let the Nile cloak his head in the clouds, and defy
hou01423c00114
MS Am 1448 (nos. 20-63), 62
Let the spheres raise their notes and the muses their song
hou01423c00405
MS Eng 623
Let the Whigs repine
hou01423c00435
MS Eng 633, 64v
Let this in all thy studies be thy strife
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 98
Let those who hate the cheerful light (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 6
Let those who weekly from the city's smoke (incomplete)
hou01423c00054
MS Eng 731, folder 159
Let thy desire be chaste and fly from those
hou01423c00036
MS Eng 702, 30
Let us advance the good old cause
hou01423c00435
MS Eng 633, 61
Let us drink and be merry
hou01423c00438
MS Eng 540
Let us, fair queens, now to the temple go (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 26v
Let us no longer now go on
hou01423c00050
MS Eng 645, 25
Let us revel and roar, let us revel and roar, brisk wine is our store
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 29v
Let us take the chair, hark, I hear the treasury coaches
hou01423c00067
MS Eng 794, 1v
Let us with reverence draw nigh
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 56
Let wars and famines be abroad
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 44
Let Will not harm Iam, nor any one he loves
hou01423c00016
MS Eng 1015, 57
Let wisdom rule learning and learning rule man
hou01423c00016
MS Eng 1015, 55
Let worthy minds ne'er suffer in distrust (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 7v
Let Youth avoid the noxious heat of wine (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 63
Let Zeus, pride of Stoic schools (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, v, p. 177
Let's be airy
hou01423c00031
MS Am 1919, 6
Let's be jolly, fill our glasses
hou01423c00029
MS Eng 512, 28v
Let's be jovial, fill our glasses, madness 'tis for us to think
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 24
Let's fairly part, my book: time calls away
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
Let's leave this wonder. No, stay and hear me gently; do not wrong me (incomplete)
hou01423c00438
MS Eng 540
Letters may more than history inclose (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 95
Levite, thou art as well by name
hou01423c00050
MS Eng 645, 95
Lewd Paulus led by Saducees infection
hou01423c00224
MS Eng 121, 4v
Lewis the living genius fed
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 125v
Lewis, this boasted motto now disclaim
hou01423c00504
MS Eng 1503 (1), 34
Licht the burden loves lays on (incomplete)
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, vii, 127v
Lie still, if you're wise
hou01423c00492
MS Eng 555, 26
Life and the scenes that round it rise
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 26
Life! I know not what thou art
hou01423c00083
MS Eng 870, folder 67
Life is a journey from our mothers' wombs
hou01423c00464
MS Eng 631, 44
Life, like a prodigal, gave all his store
hou01423c00471
MS Eng 602F, 4v
Life, priest and poet say, is but a dream
hou01423c00309
Autograph file, L: W. S. Landor, 1
Light-fingered Catch, to keep his hands in ure
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 17v
Light foot, dark violet eyes, and parted hair
hou01423c00188
MS Keats 3.12, 27v
Light into the world now doth spring and shine
hou01423c00409
MS Eng 766, 406
Like a blind Samson finds their strong abodes (incomplete)
hou01423c00114
MS Am 1448 (nos. 20-63), 52
Like a cold fatal sweat which ushers death
hou01423c00399
MS Eng 634, 16
Like a heavenly seraph blest, is that celestial maid (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 59
Like Aesop's fellow slaves, O Mercury
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Like Aesop's fellow slave, O Mercury
hou01423c00006
MS Eng 966.4, 217v
Like amber chafed, when she is near she acts (incomplete)
hou01423c00094
MS Eng 1312, 47v
Like as in villag'd troop of birdlings trim (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 124
Like as the damask rose you see
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 82v
Like as the seeded field green grass first shows
hou01423c00089
MS Eng 266, 66
Like as whilom the children of the earth
hou01423c00089
MS Eng 266, 61v
Like as ye see the wrathful sea from far
hou01423c00089
MS Eng 266, 62v
Like baleful comets flaming in the skies (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 122v
Like Caesar's horse 'twould kneel and stoop (incomplete)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, ii, 16v
Like Cerberus himself pronounce (incomplete)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, ii, 16
Like cranes that with loud clamor fill the skies (incomplete)
hou01423c00464
MS Eng 631, 6v
Like Daphne, coy, I'll fly when you pursue
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 59v
Like dazzling meteors, with false lights awhile
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii. 31v
Like forward boys, awhile in wanton play (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 118v
Like Mary, full of shame
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 35
Like me too, crowds of lookers-on admire (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 68
Like medlars locked for safe when they are gotten
hou01423c00050
MS Eng 645, 16v
Like one who in her third widowhood doth profess
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Like signs of terror on their brows did sit (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 64v
Like snow that falls upon a river (incomplete)
hou01423c00158
MS Eng 947.8, The Union of Novelty and Familiarity
Like some orbs maintain the primum mobile
hou01423c00036
MS Eng 702, 32
Like streams that blend their current silver, such
hou01423c00050
MS Eng 645, 28
Like the effulgence which blazes in glorious streams
hou01423c00446
MS Eng 630, 25
Like the vain curlings of the watery maze
hou01423c00043
MS Eng 1035, 2
Like those in the head of a man just dead
hou01423c00314
MS Eng 1260 Folder 47, folder 46 and 47
Like those which reck o' the palsy, or retain (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
Like to a ship tossed with ungentle wind
hou01423c00036
MS Eng 702, 2
Like to the damask rose you see
hou01423c00025
MS Eng 703, 5
Like to the grass that's newly sprung
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, ii, 12v
Like wand'ring stars to no influence confin'd (incomplete)
hou01423c00471
MS Eng 602F, 2v
Linger a while upon some bending planks (incomplete)
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List again, it may be 'twas the melancholy bird (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 4v
Listen and I will you tell
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, v, 35v
Listen fair ladies unto my miseries
hou01423c00504
MS Eng 1503 (1), 57v
Listen gude people to my tale
hou01423c00489
MS Eng 1470, 272
Listen! I'll try, if my power such is
hou01423c00212
MS Thr 198, folder 40
Listen now and hear me
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 207v
Listen sweet dove, unto my song
hou01423c00464
MS Eng 631, 28
Listen to a true relation
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 68v
Lithe and listen, gentlemen
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 10
Little blossom, partly blown
hou01423c00039
MS Eng 926, 41v
Little John Bottlejohn lived on a hill
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, ii, p. 65
Little ladies, fond of sport
hou01423c00039
MS Eng 926, 48
Little lute, when I am gone
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 33
Little siren of the stage (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 98
Little thinkest thou, poor flower
hou01423c00006
MS Eng 966.4, 194v
Little thinks the townsman's wife
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 64
Little think'st thou, poor flower
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Little wat ye wha's coming
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Live while you live, the epicure would say
hou01423c00492
MS Eng 555, 43v
Lives there a strain, whose sounds of mounting fire
hou01423c00342
MS Eng 1329, 1
Lo! all above the pure, cerulean height
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 21v
Lo, beauty how it fades, and withereth like the grass
hou01423c00395
MS Typ 14, 72v
Lo, by the sentence of prudent Solomon
hou01423c00409
MS Eng 766, 389
Lo! from an acorn grows the lofty oak
hou01423c00490
MS Eng 680, 61v
Lo, he that can be cristes clerc and knowe the knottes of his crede
hou01423c00437
MS Eng 534
Lo, here a riddle to the wise
hou01423c00470
MS Eng 676F, 6
Lo, here Camillus' fact deserving praise for aye
hou01423c00395
MS Typ 14, 95
Lo, here entombed a peerless prince doth lie (incomplete)
hou01423c00438
MS Eng 540
Lo, here I lie, stretch'd out, both hands and feet
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 18
Lo, here I vance with spear and shield
hou01423c00001
MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. ii, p. 140
Lo, here is noted and put in memory
hou01423c00409
MS Eng 766, 374
Lo, here the blessed Son of God and Man
hou01423c00358
MS Typ 49, 79
Lo here the vine doth clasp to prudent Pallas' tree
hou01423c00395
MS Typ 14, 72
Lo, I, chief princess, Dame Sapience
hou01423c00409
MS Eng 766, 389
Lo! I must tell a tale of chivalry
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Lo, in the eye such graces do appear (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 72v
Lo mourns th'imprisoned lark his hapless fate (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 70v
Lo, my feet, At unawares, a rural, still churchyard (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 26
Lo, Nelson's airy seat, whose rising sides (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 90v
Lo next two slip-shod muses traipse along (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 47
Lo, now my love appears
hou01423c00464
MS Eng 631, 41
Lo, on my neck this twist I bind
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 61v
Lo! on the side of yonder slanting hill (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 60v
Lo, rivers, having through large kingdoms passed (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 26v
Lo. shipwrack'd passengers cast on the shore (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 7v
Lo, Sysiphus that rolls the restless stone
hou01423c00395
MS Typ 14, 81v
Lo the Cumaean prophetess was dumb (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 116v
Lo, the fam'd phoenix builds her dying nest (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 83v
Lo, through the azure waves with foaming sway (incomplete)
hou01423c00045
MS Eng 265, 32v
Lo thunder breaks the cloud in twain (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 1
Lo! to new wonders now thy search remove (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 22v
Lo when a ship sails by a fort
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 115v
Lo, when from heav'n increas'd by sudden show'rs (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 138v
Lo! where in yonder glory-fringed sky
hou01423c00021
MS Eng 569.65, 15v
Loath to depart oft bids adieu
hou01423c00400
MS Eng 639, 20
Lock up your doors, and bring the keys to me
hou01423c00125
MS Eng 808 (8), 13
Lodg'd in a cauty cell of nine feet square
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 231
Logan water and Logan braes
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Lollius, with head bent back and close-shut eyes
hou01423c00042
MS Eng 265.2, folder 5
London, no more thy trade or riches boast
hou01423c00033
MS Eng 768 (vol. 1), 43
Long beards heartless
hou01423c00409
MS Eng 766, 202
Long by some fair one was I tricked (incomplete)
hou01423c00212
MS Thr 198, folder 37
Long did fair Phillis love a swain
hou01423c00125
MS Eng 808 (8), 99
Long from the force of beauty's charms long have I wandered
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 63v
Long had the crimes of Spain cried out to Heaven
hou01423c00354
MS Eng 265.5, 2
Long have I been a singing man
hou01423c00001
MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. iii, p. 11
Long in misery, I waited, ere in one extremest fit (incomplete)
hou01423c00144
MS Eng 1274, ch. 12
Long life and pleasant is the people's prayer
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 101v
Long may you live in health and ease
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 137
Long Robin's words are great, 'tis true
hou01423c00107
MS Eng 692, 38
Long time Killula lived in happiness
hou01423c00405
MS Eng 623
Long to her sister's scientific fame
hou01423c00015
MS Eng 569.63, 34
Long-travelled pilgrim! thou hast reached at last
hou01423c00410
*82-408, 174v
Long was I, Lady Lucre, your servingman
hou01423c00404
MS Eng 765, 74v
Long young Jockey joyed and sported
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 32v
Lonsdale! thou ever honored name
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 125
Look back on history's eventful page
hou01423c00045
MS Eng 265, 67
Look down, ye gods, and change me, if you can
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 96v
Look, look from your window, my dear
hou01423c00029
MS Eng 512, 33
Look nature thro', 'tis revolution all (incomplete)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 28v
Look Not on, but in this thee-concerning book (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
Look not too long upon those looks that blinds the overlooker sore
hou01423c00441
MS Eng 1495, 25
Look on embroid'ry, not a sprig that's there (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 130v
Look on the loveliest tree that shades the park
hou01423c00033
MS Eng 768 (vol. 1), 33
Look round the world, behold its varied face
hou01423c00025
MS Eng 703, 17
Look to me, faith, and look to my faith, God
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Look to the East, where Ganges' swarthy race (incomplete)
hou01423c00144
MS Eng 1274, ch. 128
Look up, look round, let things unfold
hou01423c00417
*EC8. W8915.838s, verso of last page of "Notes"
Looking far forth into the ocean wide
<ptr target="hou01423c00089" xlink:title="MS Eng 266, 79; " xlink:type="simple"></ptr> <ptr target="hou01423c00464" xlink:title="MS Eng 631, 20" xlink:type="simple"></ptr>
Lord Abbot! Lord Abbot! I'd fain confess (incomplete)
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Lord Benwall he's a hunting gone / hey down
hou01423c00029
MS Eng 512, 70v
Lord! Charlotte, what have I done
hou01423c00039
MS Eng 926, 52v
Lord Erlinton had ae daughter
hou01423c00489
MS Eng 1470, 56
Lord Erskine, at women presuming to rail
hou01423c00314
MS Eng 1260 Folder 47, folder 47
Lord, fill my soul with innocence; and then
hou01423c00385
MS Eng 159, 14
Lord God of Hosts! of angels and of men (incomplete)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 18
Lord Horne he is a-hunting gane
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 34
Lord, how reformed and quiet are we grown
hou01423c00125
MS Eng 808 (8), 6
Lord, I am not of haught heart
hou01423c00400
MS Eng 639, 18
Lord, I am poor and weak
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 34v
Lord, I believe a rest remains
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, ii, 43v
Lord, I confess my sin is great
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Lord, in thy wrathful ire do not me chasten or correct
hou01423c00400
MS Eng 639, 14
Lord Ingram and chiel Wyet
hou01423c00344
MS Eng 862, 109
Lord Ingram and child Viat
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, v, 165
Lord Ingram and Gil Viett
hou01423c00502
MS Eng 1498, 9v
Lord Ingram sent to Lady Maisry (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxiii, 311
Lord John stands in his stable door (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxiii, 301
Lord Johnie's up to England gone
hou01423c00489
MS Eng 1470, 115 and 276
Lord Johnnie's up to England gane
hou01423c00450
MS Eng 1497, ii, 168
Lord, let my spirit dwell
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, ii, 41
Lord, let the angels praise thy name
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 112
Lord Lovel stands at his stable door
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, vii, 43
Lord Lovel was standing at his stable door (incomplete)
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Lord Lovell he stands at his stable door
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, i, 30
Lord Lovell he stood at his own stable door
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxiii, 346
Lord Lovell he stood at the castle gate
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxiii, 350
Lord Lovell stood at the castle gate
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxiii, 346 and 347
Lord, now my sleep does me forsake
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 13
Lord Revel he stands in his stable door
hou01423c00466
MS Eng 1444, 28v
Lord Robin Hood ranging the forest all round
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxv, 595
Lord Ronald he came to his lady's bower
hou01423c00500
MS Eng 1486 (3), 58v
Lord, take away from my body pain, so shall I be healthy
hou01423c00016
MS Eng 1015, 60
Lord, that sittest in the heavenly consistory
hou01423c00406
MS Eng 1482, Harl 2255, 115v
Lord Thomas and fair Annet
hou01423c00450
MS Eng 1497, I, 73
Lord Thomas he was a bold forester
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxiii, 329
Lord Thomas he was a forester bold
hou01423c00488
MS Eng 1470, 102
Lord Thomas he was a gay good lord (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xviii, p. 27
Lord, 'tis an infinite delight
hou01423c00368
Autograph file, W: Isaac Watts, 7
Lord, to thy flesh and blood when I repair
hou01423c00387
MS Eng 228, 22v
Lord Travell stands in his stable door
hou01423c00483
MS Eng 1506, 4
Lord, view thy servant with a gracious eye
hou01423c00405
MS Eng 623
Lord, what a pleasant life were this
hou01423c00494
MS Eng 606, 100v
Lord, what a wretched land is this
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Lord! what is man! amaz'd I cry
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 121v
Lord, when we see a saint of thine
hou01423c00368
Autograph file, W: Isaac Watts, 4
Lord, who hast formed me out of mud
hou01423c00464
MS Eng 631, 29v
Lord William has gane o'er the sea
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 64v
Lord William was the bravest knight
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Lord William was walkin' i' the garden green
hou01423c00489
MS Eng 1470, 95
Lordings, qd he, now herkeneth for the best (incomplete)
hou01423c00099
MS Typ 560, 4v
Lords of manors this year are determined to spare
hou01423c00021
MS Eng 569.65, 40
Lorraine he stole, by fraud he got Burgundy
hou01423c00011
MS Am 1369, 14v
Lorraine in a day, Burgundy in a week was won
hou01423c00011
MS Am 1369, 14v
Loud Lynus came to me six crowns to borrow
hou01423c00224
MS Eng 121, 6v
Loud tolled the bellman of night
hou01423c00212
MS Thr 198, folder 38
Louisa, serious grown and mild
hou01423c00055
MS Eng 959, 2
Love a woman? You're an ass
hou01423c00465
MS Eng 636F, 126v
Love and folly were at play
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Love, any devil else but you
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Love bade me hope, and I obeyed
hou01423c00465
MS Eng 636F, 37
Love, brave virtue's younger brother
hou01423c00464
MS Eng 631, 56v
Love bred of glances 'twixt amorous eyes
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Love can't permit two rivals in one throne (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 26v
Lovechilled with cold, and missing in the skies
hou01423c00028
MS Eng 626, 80
Love divine, all Loves excelling
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 88 and 132v
Love, how unequal are thy laws
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 23
Love, if a god thou art
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Love in a heart of flesh is apt to faint (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
Love in a heart of flesh is apt to taint
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
Love is a calmer, gentler joy (incomplete)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 19
Love is a flame, the mind illuming
hou01423c00212
MS Thr 198, folder 32
Love is a game at tables, where the die
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 50v
Love, I've loved you passing well
hou01423c00314
MS Eng 1260 Folder 47, folders 46 and 47
Love, jealousy, and spite conspired thy fall (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 33
Love, lift me up upon thy golden wings
hou01423c00464
MS Eng 631, 23
Love, like a prospect, with delight (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 109v
Love, like zeal, should be divine
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 80
Love me not for comely grace
hou01423c00025
MS Eng 703, 26v
Love now is naught but art; 'Tis who can juggle best
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 5
Love, or lust makes man sick, and wine much sicker (incomplete)
hou01423c00144
MS Eng 1274, ch. 1
Love quite distracts her heart, and all my joys (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 32
Love seeketh not itself to please
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Love, that long since hast to thy mighty power
hou01423c00464
MS Eng 631, 21v
Love, the most general conqu'ror here below (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 123
Love! thou art leading me from wintry cold (incomplete)
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Love to faults is always blind
hou01423c00117
MS Eng 1167, 54
Love, whose insinuating tickling dart (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 7
Love with beauty is flying, At once 'tis blooming and dying
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 9
Love with the tresses of thy chestnut hair
hou01423c00028
MS Eng 626, 23v
Loveliest of hills, from crime and care
hou01423c00137
MS Eng 601.66, 5v
Lovely as the Cyprian queen
hou01423c00021
MS Eng 569.65, 3v
Lovely but inconstant zephyr
hou01423c00190
MS Keats 3.4, 69
Lovely hope, the child of pleasure
hou01423c00212
MS Thr 198, folder 57
Lover, Lover, have you found the golden ball (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxiv, 397
Lovers, I beg, lend an ear to this story
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 108
Lovers to gain fair maiden's heart
hou01423c00440
MS Mus 237, ii, 22
Love's a gentle generous passion, source of all sublime delights
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 38v
Love's an idle, childish passion
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 67
Love's burning sighs, which sparkle from desire
hou01423c00443
MS Eng 1494, 6
Love's daring flight is unconfined
hou01423c00125
MS Eng 808 (8), 36
Love's keenest darts are charming Bolton's care
hou01423c00033
MS Eng 768 (vol. 1), 31v
Lovesick all o'er, and little lack of dead
hou01423c00028
MS Eng 626, 74v
Low on the flow'ry bank was Silvia bent
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 4
Lucetta's charms our hearts surprise
hou01423c00107
MS Eng 692, 39
Lucilia comes, ye nymphs and swains prepare
hou01423c00031
MS Am 1919, 22
Lucky Jap o'er the Abbystrand
hou01423c00445
MS Eng 1491, 39
"Lullaby," sing "Lullaby"
hou01423c00439
MS Eng 505
Luther confuted Bellarmine
hou01423c00050
MS Eng 645, 27
Lyre-like attunes the sultry, summer hours
hou01423c00054
MS Eng 731, folder 168
Lythe and listen, gentlemen
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxv, 501


M
Macoc resigns his stagnant world of fen (incomplete)
hou01423c00114
MS Am 1448 (nos. 20-63), 52
Macrinus, let thy birth day happy be
hou01423c00056
MS Eng 899, 15
Mad paper stay, and grudge not here to burn
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Madam, a stranger's purpose in these lays
hou01423c00095
MS Am 1622 (45), 1
Madam, distrust not but that I shall do (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 12
Madam, forbear this too too large expense
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 94
Madam, here whereby all saints invoked are
hou01423c00003
MS Eng 966.1, 30v
Madam, how like the sea, when calm, you show (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 19
Madam, I approach your royal hand (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 16
Madam, I come to make my peace with you
hou01423c00035
MS Eng 247.5, 45
Madam, I doubt your spotless innocence (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 31v
Madam, I pray you, this one thing me show
hou01423c00097
MS Eng 731.1, unnumbered folder
Madam I'm grieved that I was not at home (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 92
Madam, or sure your soul is masculine
hou01423c00387
MS Eng 228, 25v
Madam, our flames a nobler passion rules (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 14v
Madam, said I, but where's the man so just (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 84
Madam, so may my verses pleasing be
hou01423c00004
MS Eng 966.7, 63v
Madam, that flea which crept between your breasts
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Madam! what would your abused fancy get (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 31
Madam, while you are airing in the park
hou01423c00471
MS Eng 602F, 38
Madam, you are above my muse's pitch
hou01423c00026
MS Eng 834, folder 29
Madam, your royal pleasure but relate (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 12
Made to engage all hearts, and charm all eyes
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 29v
Madman I have been called: fool they call thee
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Maggie Mackie made the broth (incomplete)
hou01423c00030
MS Eng 1504, 12
Maiden! that with sullen brow
hou01423c00085
MS Eng 947.2, 4v
Maidens of England, sore may ye mourn
hou01423c00409
MS Eng 766, 179v
Maids like courtiers must be woo'd
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 4
Maids will their smocks turn up above their knees
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 76v
Make all past, present, future, all thine own (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 136
Make big the bonfires, for in this one sun
hou01423c00464
MS Eng 631, 96v
Make no inquiry, reader, who lies here
hou01423c00405
MS Eng 623
Make room for the combat, make room
hou01423c00012
MS Am 573.2, 5v
Make you a why of that
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MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
Making them fly like pigs and hogs (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 73v
Malcolm's barns high and high
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, v, 48
Maledin's barns are leigh an' lythe (incomplete)
hou01423c00030
MS Eng 1504, 12
Man! from himself alone can suffer wrong
hou01423c00026
MS Eng 834, folder 30
Man is a lump where all beasts kneaded be
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Man is the world, and death the ocean
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Man, left up thyn eye to the heuene (incomplete)
hou01423c00406
MS Eng 1482, Harl 2255, 17
Man makes his fate according to his mind (incomplete)
hou01423c00094
MS Eng 1312, 47v
Man say no safe repast no place of rest
hou01423c00040
MS Eng 1107, folder 7
Man shall not quite be lost, but sav'd who will (incomplete)
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MS Eng 615, i, 196
Man to God's image, Eve to man's was made
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Man to redeem and not angel
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MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. iii, p. 8
Man, who man would be, Must rule the empire of himself; in it (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1274, ch. 24
Man worse than worm, in blood first sprawling lies
hou01423c00387
MS Eng 228, 5
Manasseh almost drowned in black despair
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MS Typ 49, 51v
Manhu, manhu, what thing is this
hou01423c00016
MS Eng 1015, 109v
Mankind may walk unmov'd by strife
hou01423c00490
MS Eng 680, 55
Mankind's well nigh divided into these two sorts
hou01423c00493
MS Eng 625, 202
Man's a poor deluded bubble
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MS Keats 3.13, ii, 31
Man's a short-sighted hair-brained wretch that knows
hou01423c00494
MS Eng 606, 29
Man's but a scholar of a larger school
hou01423c00107
MS Eng 692, 38v
Man's dangerous foe it is not hard to find
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 96v
Man's feeble race what ills await
hou01423c00068
MS Eng 116.6, folder 6, 20
Man's life is but vain
hou01423c00442
MS Eng 1490, 82
Man's life is fitly liken'd unto fire (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 82
Man's life's a travail; when we have wearied been
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 96v
Man's thankless heart and God's unmeasured love
hou01423c00358
MS Typ 49, 69v
Man's wisdom great doth far surpass his strength
hou01423c00395
MS Typ 14, 37v
Many a man my first will take
hou01423c00018
MS Eng 1323, 19
Many a time my mither and me (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxiv, 447
Many affect their grief long time to show
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 99
Many are fortunate, but few are blest (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
Many one speaks o' grass, o' grass
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, v, 168v
Many the wonders I this day have seen (incomplete)
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March on, sweet youth, the paths of love
hou01423c00014
MS Eng 1143
March out, God's soldiers, your enemies be sure at hand
hou01423c00001
MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. iii, p. 39
Marianne! Apollo sends
hou01423c00039
MS Eng 926, 48v
Marianne claims the roseate band
hou01423c00039
MS Eng 926, 70
Marianne, I'm glad to see
hou01423c00039
MS Eng 926, 49
Marjorie was her father's dear
hou01423c00489
MS Eng 1470, 71
Mark but this flea, and mark in this
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Mark here, my Mall, how in a dozen lines
hou01423c00224
MS Eng 121, 3
Mark here what sympathy is hatched
hou01423c00050
MS Eng 645, 87v
Mark how each apprehension's on the rack
hou01423c00050
MS Eng 645, 76
Mark! how this marigold conceals (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 118
Mark how those river rocks on either shore
hou01423c00439
MS Eng 505
Mark otherwise the glow-worm's living light
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 20v
Mark wide into the skys, thy body taketh stand
hou01423c00443
MS Eng 1494, 9
Marked you her eye of sparkling blue
hou01423c00446
MS Eng 630, 2v
Marriage (saith one) hath oft compared been
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MS Eng 686, 11
Married, befettered, shackled, caged
hou01423c00212
MS Thr 198, folder 40
Marry, and love thy Flavia, for she
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Marry, Olympia Seems to bear up still. I complain not, sir (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 38v
Mars, shaming to have given so great head
hou01423c00089
MS Eng 266, 61v
Martinmas is now come on
hou01423c00445
MS Eng 1491 (3), 88v
Mary! I almost deemed I loved
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, ii, 13
Mary! I believed thee true
hou01423c00107
MS Eng 692, 40
Mary, mother well thou be
hou01423c00438
MS Eng 540
Mary of Egypt's life, I sing, and crimes
hou01423c00403
MS Eng 836, 3
Mary, sweet namesake of the mother meek
hou01423c00200
MS Eng 1316, 5
Masterless passion sways us to the mode (incomplete)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, ii, 40v
Mat Lewis was little, Mat Lewis was young
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Matchless though black thou art, nature's sweet error
hou01423c00025
MS Eng 703, 37v
May all the blessings light on thee that can (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 77v
May at last my weary age
hou01423c00054
MS Eng 731, folder 58
May Collin was her father's heir
hou01423c00489
MS Eng 1470, 298
May, dearest dear, I must be gone
hou01423c00405
MS Eng 623
May the ambitious favor find
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May the blossoms of winter continue round your haunt
hou01423c00422
MS Am 988, 16
May the bright lamp of virtue thy pathway illume
hou01423c00426
Ms Am 1034, 54
May then the honors you now justly wear (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 67
May then th'eternal on your head decree (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 69v
May's a word 'tis sweet to hear
hou01423c00176
HEW 6.7.1, 1
Me in my glass I call thee, but (alas!)
hou01423c00004
MS Eng 966.7, 9
Me time has crook'd; no good workman
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Mean are all titles of nobility
hou01423c00169
MS Am 1817.2 (20), 10
Meantime, far to the left, great Patience fought (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 122v
Meantime the lyre rejoins the sprightly lay (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 59v
Meanwhile attention loves to mark (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 127
Measure is the soul of a dance, and time the tickle foot thereof (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
Medea, lo, with infant in her arm
hou01423c00395
MS Typ 14, 45
Meet me here with cares and crosses
hou01423c00050
MS Eng 645, 77v
Meet me tonight
hou01423c00207
MS Am 1428 (168)
Melinda, who had never been
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Men are made the victims of your sport (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 57
Men are too much concerned about their meat
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 102
Men are unreasonable creatures
hou01423c00372
MS Eng 1016, 1
Men dig much ground, t'extract a little ore
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 100v
Men have many faults, women have but two (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 13
Men love to sin, but not their sin to show
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 101v
Men of Totness, why so furious
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 56
Men rage against, and hardly do acquit
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 98v
Men singular in art Have always some old whimsey more than usual (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2 (twice)
Men sordidness, call thrift; zeal their mad rage
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 100v
Men travel far great riches to acquire
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 98
Men would have laws suit to their life and way
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 100v
Men write that love and reason disagree
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Men's turning their coats such a practice is grown
hou01423c00146
MS Eng 742, item 41, 2
Mercy and truth mette on an hih monteyn (incomplete)
hou01423c00406
MS Eng 1482, Harl 2255, 21
Mercy does works, wholly divine, affect
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 100v
Mercy he much detests
hou01423c00036
MS Eng 702, 23
Mere airy nothings, when with hazard won
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 13
Merrily danced the quaker's wife
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Messiah! joy of every heart
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 89
Messieurs, les beaux esprits ... our bard has sent
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 48v
Methinks a marble Lies quieter on an old man's head (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
Methinks a marble lies quieter upon an old man's head (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
Methinks I hear her sighs: it must be so (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 10
Methinks I hear some wry-mouthed critic say
hou01423c00491
MS Eng 674, 8v
Methinks it is a noble, sprightly sound (incomplete)
hou01423c00094
MS Eng 1312, 47v
Methinks this poor land has been troubled too long
hou01423c00450
MS Eng 1497, ii, 84v
Mid the realms beyond all space
hou01423c00363
MS Eng 1461, 234
Midnight ... and not one eye (incomplete)
hou01423c00076
MS Eng 265.4, 1
Midst sainted nuns and holy friars
hou01423c00107
MS Eng 692, 35v
Millions there lift at Freedom's thrilling call (incomplete)
hou01423c00144
MS Eng 1274, ch. 85
Milton, thou shouldst be living at this hour
hou01423c00083
MS Eng 870, folder 81 A
Milton to fate had soared, but fate so crossed it
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 8v
Mine, and the poets plague, consume you all
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Mine arm who once in paper puts his thought
hou01423c00334
MS Eng 1285, 73
Mine be a cot beside the hill
hou01423c00410
*82-408, 178
Mine own sweet Nan, if that you can
hou01423c00504
MS Eng 1503 (1), 125
Mine own, when in your closet for devotion
hou01423c00224
MS Eng 121, 4
Mingle not wit with treason rude
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 79v
Minoure, thy name alone goes less
hou01423c00050
MS Eng 645, 17
Minutes seem days, and every hour a year (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 32v
Mirtillo, though my heart should break (incomplete)
hou01423c00471
MS Eng 602F, 45v
Misfortune stands with her bow ever bent (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 96v
Miss Arabella Berdtrane had beauty and good sense
hou01423c00212
MS Thr 198, folder 68
Miss Danae when fair and young
hou01423c00494
MS Eng 606, 32
Mistaken man! Is this the fancy'd all (incomplete)
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 10
Mistaken mortals, strive in vain
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 71v
Mr. Coke, Mr. Coke
hou01423c00015
MS Eng 569.63, 20v
Mr. Mouse would go and ride
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Mrs. Twitchit has but one eye
hou01423c00018
MS Eng 1323, 68
Mistress, your lily hand and rosy hue
hou01423c00036
MS Eng 702, 6
Mitchell, thou Caledonian bard
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 56
Mix with your grave designs a little pleasure (incomplete)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 80v
Moan hither all ye syllables of woe (incomplete)
hou01423c00275
MS Keats 2.17.2
Mock on, mock on, Voltaire, Rousseau
hou01423c00117
MS Eng 1167, 4 and 74
Moist with one drop of blood my dry soul
hou01423c00004
MS Eng 966.7, 54v
Moist with one drop of thy blood my dry soul
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Moll's a girl of discerning
hou01423c00039
MS Eng 926, 48v
Moll, once in pleasant company by chance
hou01423c00460
MS Eng 586, 88
Molly Mizen, Toby's wife
hou01423c00212
MS Thr 198, folder 75
Moments there are in life, alas how few
hou01423c00077
MS Eng 327 (88), 2
Monarch of all, with lovely fear
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 119
Monarchs, thus propt, the shocks of fate defy (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 12v
Money he hugs like any miser (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 80
Money's the life, the spirit of the laws (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 64v
'Mongst which, you, honored matron, who have seen (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 65
Mont Maior a Cartell free (incomplete)
hou01423c00101
MS Eng 265.6, v. 4
Mony a time I rade wi' my brown foal (incomplete)
hou01423c00466
MS Eng 1444, 22v
Moon shines night as day
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, iii, p. 18
More active wealth doth that fair breast contain (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 98v
More blest, nor like this kiss, hath been another
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 44
More bravely British general never fell (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 81v
More had I seenbut now the god of day (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 107
More might be said hereof to make a proof (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
More might be said hereof to such a proof (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
More pleased, my foot the margin roves
hou01423c00020
MS Eng 569.68, 8v
More private conference must end this matter (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 61
More speedy than behooves, death seems to be
hou01423c00405
MS Eng 623
More than kisses, letters mingle souls
hou01423c00004
MS Eng 966.7, 56v
Mortal! that man may'st understand aright (incomplete)
hou01423c00260
MS Keats 1.64, 2
Mortal, that thou maist understand aright
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Mosey was a little man, a clever mare did buy (incomplete)
hou01423c00466
MS Eng 1444, 28
Most blessed Jesu
hou01423c00409
MS Eng 766, 193
Most careful shepherd, when I stray
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 45v
Most cruel mores hath killed the horse
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 13v
Most esteem of jewels for their worth
hou01423c00036
MS Eng 702, 9
Most gracious and omnipotent
hou01423c00464
MS Eng 631, 98
Most gracious God, which by thy providence
hou01423c00405
MS Eng 623
Most gracious, sovereign lord, may't please
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 63
Most holy Paul, mine answer was
hou01423c00017
MS Am 929, 89v
Most men reflect more strictly upon (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 32v
Most precious leaves the mail delights to bring
hou01423c00169
MS Am 1817.2 (20), 7
Most subjects now are grown so trite
hou01423c00026
MS Eng 834, folder 31
Most valiant guard! defenders of this pile
hou01423c00491
MS Eng 674, 17
Most welcome love, thou mortal foe to lies
hou01423c00334
MS Eng 1285, 72v
Most wretched men Are cradled into poetry by wrong (incomplete)
hou01423c00144
MS Eng 1274, ch. 91
Most writers now-a-days are grown so vain (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 37
Mother of errors Rome we well may call
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 76v
Mother of Hermes! and still youthful Maia
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Mother of might and all sad thoughts that love
hou01423c00028
MS Eng 626, 18v
Mount up, Jack, ye hae won the day (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, i, 88
Mountains on whose barren breast (incomplete)
hou01423c00098
MS Typ 603, folder 3
Mourn too, ye rural hinds, that near him dwelt (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 64v
Mow the beard (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 98v
Much gentil blude that wafic day (incomplete)
hou01423c00489
MS Eng 1470, 54v
Much has been said of strumpets of yore
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Much have I travelled in the realms of gold
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Much study many vainly do bestow
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 98v
Muggs had long wished to be a father
hou01423c00231
MS Keats 3.9, 9v
Mumbles a kind of mental orison He knows not wherefore (incomplete)
hou01423c00045
MS Eng 265, 7v
Mumph, frae a Millan, I'll bid you adieu
hou01423c00445
MS Eng 1491, 32
Muse ere we part, let witty Arnold know
hou01423c00387
MS Eng 228, 8
Muse, let us change our style, and live in peace
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Muse of my native land, loftiest muse (incomplete)
hou01423c00178
MS Keats 1.14, 1v
Muses, inspire me with a serious vein
hou01423c00493
MS Eng 625, 207v
Music, how tuneless and how cold
hou01423c00439
MS Eng 505
Music, painting, and poetry, often proclaimed
hou01423c00212
MS Thr 198, folder 27
Music removeth cares, sadness ejects (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
Musician and physician eke
hou01423c00034
MS Eng 768 (vol. 2), 23
Music's soft powers may calm the troubled breast
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 12v
Musing of late in Windsor bower sat
hou01423c00029
MS Eng 512, 29
Musing upon the restless business
hou01423c00389
MS Eng 532, lb
Must I read them again, sir?so here do stand
hou01423c00100
MS Eng 988, 5
Must I, then, only border upon bliss (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 13v
Must thou a faithful lover go
hou01423c00029
MS Eng 512, 12v
Must you needs go? hard heart necessity
hou01423c00028
MS Eng 626, 21v
My auld wife she bangs me
hou01423c00450
MS Eng 1497, ii, 134v
My beehives are furnished with bees
hou01423c00212
MS Thr 198, folder 40
My blessing light upon my wife (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxi, 57
My bonny Liza Baillie
hou01423c00450
MS Eng 1497, i, 48v
My bonny muir hen, my bonny muir hen
hou01423c00500
MS Eng 1486 (3), 13
My bonny wee lassie, why what's a' the matter
hou01423c00500
MS Eng 1486 (3), 22v
My books though small my Rome doth laud, doth love, doth loudly sing
hou01423c00044
MS Eng 699, 9
My boy, a lively creature
hou01423c00363
MS Eng 1461, 64
My bretheren all attend me
hou01423c00504
MS Eng 1503 (1), 95v
My calling is domine, my parsonage fat and fair
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 87v
My charge was this, to translate by and by (incomplete)
hou01423c00179
MS Keats 3.2, 75v
My charming Arabell, to make thee more secure, what would I not endure
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 37
My cheek is pale For one whose cheek is pale: thou dost bewail (incomplete)
hou01423c00144
MS Eng 1274, ch. 22
My Chloe, why do ye slight me
hou01423c00029
MS Eng 512, 52v
My choir is fixed, let good or ill betide
hou01423c00206
MS Thr 39, 29v
My coat shall be the linsey brown
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 88v
My comfort now I hope to find good fare (incomplete)
hou01423c00405
MS Eng 623
My Conorhis cheeks are as ruddy as the morn
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, iii, p. 25
My conscience is of stately mold, fit for the highest station
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 2v
My country o'er the mountains wild
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 91
My days, and weeks, and months, and years (incomplete)
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 1
My days have been so wondrous free
hou01423c00029
MS Eng 512, 42v
My dear and only love, I pray
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My dear Belladine
hou01423c00060
Autograph file, G: John Gay, 1
My dear Mr. Moran
hou01423c00109
MS Eng 935, urn, 4
My dear, though I from you am gone
hou01423c00467
MS Eng 640, 21
My dear Tom Ingoldsby, right merry fellow
hou01423c00108
Hew 1.3.1, 1st series, p. v.v
My dearest friend, I hope my heart
hou01423c00212
MS Thr 198, folder 90
My dearest George! O could I once more view
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 28v
My dearest Lord, farewell, let not a sigh (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 14v
My dere mayster (God his soul' quite) (incomplete)
hou01423c00099
MS Typ 560, 3v
My Dolly was the snowdrop fair
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 81v
My Doris how could you suspect
hou01423c00029
MS Eng 512, 22
My dreams did young and beautiful present (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xix, p. 9
My dull sickly husband, whom late I did wed (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 49
My eldest first, through misery
hou01423c00001
MS Eng 1503 (3), i, 5 tipped in
My eyeballs start, my brain and heart's on fire (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 50v
My eyes furnish light'nings; my wings cloud the air (incomplete)
hou01423c00314
MS Eng 1260 Folder 47, folder 47
My fair, ye swains, is gone astray
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 18
My father built a bonny bower (incomplete)
hou01423c00344
MS Eng 862, 242
My father and Humphrey Hum were like brothers (incomplete)
hou01423c00212
MS Thr 198, folder 12
My father fine would have me take
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 267v
My father he fee'd me far, far frae home
hou01423c00445
MS Eng 1491 (3), 43v
My father he left me three plows and a mill
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, vii, 167v
My father he locks the doors at nicht
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, i, 144v
My father was a noble knight
hou01423c00489
MS Eng 1470, 46
My father was the Duke of York
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My father's the Duke of Argyll (incomplete)
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, vii, 49
My father's twine of life so slightly hangs (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 53v
My first and my last are as like as two peas
hou01423c00024
MS Eng 569.67, 80
My first and second are the lot
hou01423c00107
MS Eng 692, 20
My first and second are the same
hou01423c00018
MS Eng 1323, 68v
My first denotes company
hou01423c00024
MS Eng 569.67, 76
My first doth solace many an ancient dame
hou01423c00024
MS Eng 569.67, 7
My first for pious use renowned
hou01423c00107
MS Eng 692, 53
My first glad fears and joyful tremblings past
hou01423c00387
MS Eng 228, 6v
My first in stately triumph bore
hou01423c00013
MS Am 1177, 11v
My first is an emblem of purity
hou01423c00107
MS Eng 692, 49v
My first is followed by my second
hou01423c00110
MS Eng 692.1, 20
My first is my second, my second my first
hou01423c00048
MS Eng 1502 (3),, 39v
My first is myself in a very short word
hou01423c00018
MS Eng 1323, 31
My first is the hue of the unhealthy state
hou01423c00018
MS Eng 1323, 23v and 35v
My first is the same in Latin as in French
hou01423c00018
MS Eng 1323, 47
My first oft holds the miser's store
hou01423c00013
MS Am 1177, 5
My first on yonder vet'ran tar behold
hou01423c00013
MS Am 1177, 5v
My first than the night is more dark
hou01423c00013
MS Am 1177, 4v
My first unceasingly pervaded
hou01423c00024
MS Eng 569.67, 7
My first you may see at the end of your nose
hou01423c00024
MS Eng 569.67, 5
My first you'll see men often taken
hou01423c00107
MS Eng 692, 31
My first's a nasty, dirty beast
hou01423c00018
MS Eng 1323, 67v
My first's a queen far famed in story
hou01423c00018
MS Eng 1323, 33
My first's a small portion or physical ball
hou01423c00013
MS Am 1177, 5
My first's a word that's sometimes heard
hou01423c00013
MS Am 1177, 4v
My foolish rhymes on wedding days
hou01423c00114
MS Am 1448 (nos. 20-63), no. 22
My fortune and my will this custom break
hou01423c00005
MS Eng 966.5, 83
My frame of nature is a ruffled sea
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 33
My friend and I from home did part
hou01423c00033
MS Eng 768 (vol. 1), 47
My friend, I'll not pretend the least your praise
hou01423c00456
MS Eng 584, 68
My friend, my Celsus! (that's most eloquent
hou01423c00387
MS Eng 228, 29
My friend, said she, 'tis easy to discourse
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 16v
My George, were not the tie
hou01423c00050
MS Eng 645, 55v
My God, be Thou my guide
hou01423c00367
Autograph file, W: Charles Wesley, 1
My God (if I may call Thee mine)
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 124
My God, my God, how often have I thought
hou01423c00493
MS Eng 625, 204
My God, the spring of all my joy
hou01423c00368
Autograph file, W: Isaac Watts, 15v
My goddess, Celia, heavenly fair
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 86
My grateful first the senses charm
hou01423c00013
MS Am 1177, 5
My grieved Muse can no more silent be
hou01423c00405
MS Eng 623
My guardian, bear me on thy downy wing (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 75
My hay is stacking
hou01423c00146
MS Eng 742, item 78, 1v
My head and tail both equal are
hou01423c00018
MS Eng 1323, 41
My head is made of iron (incomplete)
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, vii, 147
My heart aches, and a drowsy numbness pains
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My heart forbodes her dead
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 11v
My heart has thanked thee, Bowles, for those soft strains
hou01423c00158
MS Eng 947.8, Effusion 1
My heart is by love forsaken, I feel the tempest glowing
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 7v
My heart is sad to leave my friends
hou01423c00450
MS Eng 1497, ii, 109
My heart, my blood, my soul, my care
hou01423c00438
MS Eng 540
My heart was so free it roved like a bee
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 49
My heart's affected with a weighty sense
hou01423c00470
MS Eng 676F, 7v
My heart's in the highlands, my heart is na' here
hou01423c00450
MS Eng 1497, i, 3
My home-bred Muse, kind, glorious saint forgive
hou01423c00456
MS Eng 584, 95
My Honome, for features and for face
hou01423c00023
MS Eng 569.66, 103v
My husband builded me a bower
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, vii, 100
My husband built for me a bower
hou01423c00466
MS Eng 1444, 20 and 43
My husband dead! Ye Gods! what is't you mean (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 10
My innocence still wears a robe so white (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 30v
My Johnny ne'er could take delight (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 45v
My L. great G. W. seldom up the stairs
hou01423c00044
MS Eng 699, 28v
My lady desires to speak with you
hou01423c00346
MS Eng 785, 20
My lady hath forsaken me that long hath been her man
hou01423c00504
MS Eng 1503 (1), 52v
My lady liege, said he, What all your sex desires is sovereignty (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 41
My lady reads, with judgement and good taste
hou01423c00169
MS Am 1817.2 (20), 14
My lady's gown there's gairs upon it
hou01423c00450
MS Eng 1497, i, 15v
My Lalage, when I behold
hou01423c00028
MS Eng 626, 59
My lefe chyld I kownsel the
hou01423c00437
MS Eng 534
My life's dear author, may your virtuous soul (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 69
My little dears who learn to read, pray early learn to shun
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, ii, 38
My little sweet darling, my comfort and joy
hou01423c00443
MS Eng 1494, 7
My limbs oft bore me Bounding o'er you blue tide as I have skimm'd (incomplete)
hou01423c00446
MS Eng 630, 9
My loaf in my lap
hou01423c00109
MS Eng 935, urn, 62
My Lord Cloncurry Come here in a hurry
hou01423c00109
MS Eng 935, urn, 53v
My lord, I do confess the gods are with us (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 96v
My Lord Mayor and his aldermen and common council too
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 49
My lord, my dearest lord I see
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 48
My lord, some years disturb'd hath been my ghost
hou01423c00450
MS Eng 1497, ii, 86
My lord, these errors merit our excuse (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 56
My lost William, thou in whom
hou01423c00337
*EC8. Sh445. 929n, 21
My love and I for kisses played
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 81 and 83
My love band me with a kiss
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 265v
My love came to me when I was in drink
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 184v
My love for you shall never know my first
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 53v
My love he built me a bonny bow'r
hou01423c00489
MS Eng 1470, 256
My love increaseth, and more and more will it increase
hou01423c00438
MS Eng 540
My love, no other bound, than you does know (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 22v
My love she lives in Lincolnshire
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 123
My love she's like a pelican
hou01423c00001
MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. i, p. 31 tipped in
My love was born in Aberdeen
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 59
My lovely charmer, will you dance
hou01423c00029
MS Eng 512, 93
My love's hair's o' the bonny, bonny brown
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, v, 46v
My love's like the red, red rose (incomplete)
hou01423c00135
Autograph file, B: Robert Burns, no. 4
My lucky and I gaed to the well
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 104v
My luve she lives in Lincolnshire
hou01423c00466
MS Eng 1444, 18v and 39v
My maidens fair, your sets prepare (incomplete)
hou01423c00466
MS Eng 1444, 21v
My masters, amd friends, and good people draw near
hou01423c00465
MS Eng 636F, 83
My mind is vext and sair perplext
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 183v
My mind to me a kingdom is (incomplete)
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My mistress is more lovely and more fair (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 95
My mistress loves no woodcock
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 33v
My mither mend't my auld breiks
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, iii, 82
My mother groaned, my father wept
hou01423c00117
MS Eng 1167, 57
My mother is a man
hou01423c00013
MS Am 1177, 13
My mother mend'd my auld breeks
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, v, 141
My mother was a proud, proud woman
hou01423c00466
MS Eng 1444, 10v
My mother was a proud woman (incomplete)
hou01423c00466
MS Eng 1444, 40v
My mouth doth water, and my breast doth swell (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
My much loved Charlottine
hou01423c00039
MS Eng 926, 30
My name ingraved herein
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My name is Do and here I lie
hou01423c00034
MS Eng 768 (vol. 2), 21v
My name is Prior. On the Cambridge road
hou01423c00107
MS Eng 692, 14v
My name is William Guiseman
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, v, 27
My name it is bold Captain Grant, I'm bound for to say
hou01423c00486
MS Eng 1470, 91
My name it is Robin Aboon
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, v, 123v
My name, my country, what are they to thee
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, ii, 21
My name's Jocky Miller, I care not who knows it
hou01423c00450
MS Eng 1497, ii, 60
My neighbor though to satisfy desire
hou01423c00050
MS Eng 645, 12v
My next disguise too well you know (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 78v
My noble Hall
hou01423c00050
MS Eng 645, 2v
My noble Deane, there be beneath my praise
hou01423c00387
MS Eng 228, 17
My nose it bleeded three times last night (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xviii, p. 19
My palace stands on yon burn-brae (incomplete)
hou01423c00489
MS Eng 1470, 232
My panting heart beats to Erminia's breast (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 7v
My part is done, and you'll, I hope, excuse
hou01423c00465
MS Eng 636F, 112
My Pegge is a young thing, just entered in her 'teens
hou01423c00029
MS Eng 512, 83v
My Peggy is a saucy hen
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 109
My pen cannot express what my mind doth conceive
hou01423c00016
MS Eng 1015, 88
"My pills," cries Bolus, "all disorders end"
hou01423c00107
MS Eng 692, 24
My poor right hand! how I thy loss bewail
hou01423c00470
MS Eng 676F, 29
My pretty children, hail
hou01423c00363
MS Eng 1461, 63
My prime of youth is but a frost of cares
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My rantin', roarin' Willie
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 208v
My ranting, roaring Pluto
hou01423c00212
MS Thr 198, folder 40
My reverend friend, I heard you say
hou01423c00019
MS Am 505, 90v
My rod and my line, my float and my lead (incomplete)
hou01423c00442
MS Eng 1490, 1v
My Sally's beautiful and bright
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 29v
My sermon o'er, I doffed my gown
hou01423c00141
MS Eng 743, 1
My sins, good Lord, I have in mind
hou01423c00049
MS Eng 757, 84
My sledge and hammer both declined
hou01423c00034
MS Eng 768 (vol. 2), 21
My soul does still enjoy its liberty (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 54v
My soul is darkoh! quickly strung
hou01423c00422
MS Am 988, 24
My soul is with too great a load oppressed (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 25v
My soul, rejoice thou in thy God
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My soul, thy grateful homage pay
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 54v
My soul's full of glory, which fires my glad tongue
hou01423c00014
MS Eng 1143
My spectre around me night and day (incomplete)
hou01423c00117
MS Eng 1167, 2 and 63
My spirit is too weak! Mortality
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My stock lies dead, and no increase
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 109v
My sun is gaen down and my heart it is sair
hou01423c00500
MS Eng 1486 (3), 12
My sweetest sweet and fairest fair
hou01423c00472
MS Eng 1500, 27
My thankful heart with glorying tongue
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My thirsty soul desires her draught (incomplete)
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My thousand lambs wander on yonder hills (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 101
My thoughts you cannot to revenge incline (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 27v
My time, O ye shepherds, was happily spent
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 51v
My times of sorrows and of joy
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 129
My title as a genius thus is proved
hou01423c00117
MS Eng 1167, 77
My title as an [sic] genius thus is proved
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My uncle Leigh is just come down
hou01423c00146
MS Eng 742, item 81, 1v
My warlike first protects Brittania's coast
hou01423c00013
MS Am 1177, 5
My wavering mind is tossed and toiled
hou01423c00049
MS Eng 757, 90
My wife Joan has bid me tell
hou01423c00146
MS Eng 742, item 81, 2
My wife she is the queen of all sluts
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My wounded soul with love, O Lord, and long desire of thee
hou01423c00049
MS Eng 757, 110
Myn auctor, now Bochas writ, no lenger presse (incomplete)
hou01423c00406
MS Eng 1482, Harl 2255, 93v
Myriads of torches fling (incomplete)
hou01423c00074
MS Eng 265.1, folder 4
Myrtle leaf, that ill-besped
hou01423c00085
MS Eng 947.2, 4v


N
N. long time was barren, bore at last a pair
hou01423c00044
MS Eng 699, 25v
Nae heathen name shall I prefix
hou01423c00133
Autograph file, B: Robert Burns, 1
Nail his neck to the cross nail it with a nail
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Naked I came from out my mothers womb (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 82v
Naked she lay, clasped in my longing arms
hou01423c00465
MS Eng 636F, 60v
Named humility and thankfulness
hou01423c00035
MS Eng 247.5, 6
Nan and Frank, two quondam friends (incomplete)
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Nansie's to the greenwood gone
hou01423c00029
MS Eng 512, 41v
Narcissus loved and liked so his shape
hou01423c00395
MS Typ 14, 35v
Nas byrnath Naefre hleothrede Tha hearo yeong cyning (incomplete)
hou01423c00438
MS Eng 540
Nature and art in this together suit
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Nature, and nature's laws lay hid in night
hou01423c00021
MS Eng 569.65, 13
Nature amazed saw man without man's aid
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Nature courts happiness, altho' it be
hou01423c00494
MS Eng 606, 93
Nature depraved, abundance does produce (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 73v
Nature does strangely female gifts dispence
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Nature, for defence, affords
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 33v
Nature has made man's breast no windows (incomplete)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, ii, 17
Nature seeks corruption. Repentance finds grace
hou01423c00016
MS Eng 1015, 75v
Nature, that washed her hands in milk
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MS Eng 626, 64
Nature, to show what she could do
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MS Eng 926, 21v
Nature walkest with me here If thou appear untouched by solemn thought (incomplete)
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*EC8. W8915.838s, p. 34
Nature withheld Cassandra in the skies
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MS Keats 3.2, 140
Nature's chief gifts unequally are carved
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MS Eng 569.63, 1
Nature's great masterpiece, the world's last sage
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MS Eng 623
Nature's lay idiot, I taught thee to love
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Nay, Bullstrodes self at the sound will quail
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MS Eng 935, urn, 48
Nay, Cupid, pitch thy trammel when thou please (incomplete)
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MS Eng 265.6, v. 2 (twice)
Nay, in troth I talk but coarsely (incomplete)
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MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
Nay, let me prove Onetha (incomplete)
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MS Am 35.5, 2v
Nay, old man, go not to the field
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MS Am 1972, 6v
Nay, painter, if thou darest design that fight
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MS Eng 624, 5
Nay, pish, nay phew, in faith, and will you? fly
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MS Eng 686, 35
Nay, prithee, be clear with us, and tell us (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, iii, 15
Nay, smile not to my sullen brow
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MS Am 988, 2
Nay, start not at that skeleton
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MS Eng 584, 14v
Nay, that which worldly art-worms call nonsense (incomplete)
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MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
Nay, that which worldly bookworms call nonsense
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MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
Near Bannockburn proud Edward lay (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1470, 73
Near Port Collina, for devotion framed (incomplete)
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MS Eng 631, 2v
Near Reading there lived a buxom young dame
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MS Eng 1038.1, 69
Near the hill of Benachie
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MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 223v
Near the town of Linlithgow
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MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 144v
Near to Carlisle There dwells a knight
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MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 235
Near Woodstock town, in Oxfordshire
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MS Eng 895, 72v
Neatest of pretty feet, for dancing intended
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MS Eng 1038.1, 65v
Necessity doth urge the popinjay to prate
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MS Typ 14, 41v
Ned's father is a precise Puritan
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MS Eng 699, 26v
Needy knife-grinder, whither art thou going
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Ne'er let soft slumber seize your eyes
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MS Eng 680, 46v
Ne'er yet was a name so bandied by fame
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MS Eng 1038.1, 70v
Negrinus leads a married life
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MS Eng 629, 120
Nelson was once Britannia's god of war (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1274, ch. 74
Never by any painter but by thee (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1470, 37v
Never, dear Faz, torment thy brain
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MS Eng 834, folder 33
Never let your heart despair
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MS Eng 512, 8
Never made man of a woman born (incomplete)
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MS Eng 265.6, v. 2 (twice)
Never think you annoy
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MS Eng 1495, 4
Never was there tale of woe
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MS Thr 198, folder 48
New features speak the warmest heart (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1470, 35v
New paths unfolding seek the north-sea tide (incomplete)
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MS Am 1448 (nos. 20-63), 52
News, ladies, glorious news, 'tis printed too
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MS Eng 629, 112v
News, news, news, news
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MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. iii, p. 4v
Never pain ["seek" deleted] to tell thy love
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Never seek to tell thy love
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MS Eng 1167, 71
Next came a jolly troop of stagg'ring sots (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, ii, 67v
Next Chemia cameshe led (incomplete)
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MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
Next, close to him, crept Avarice the old (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, ii, 124v
Next close to Love, well-suited Marriage came (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, ii, 124
Next comes a little peevish elf (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1502 (3),, 121
Next, in a low-browed cave, a little hell (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, i, 8
Next let the muse remember too (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, ii, 64v
Next morning, ere the sun with sickly ray (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, i, 103
Next see, Lucretian sages, see the sun (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, i, 72v
Next, wretched paupers, shed your briny flood (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, ii, 65v
Nice consciences, my lords, ye ken (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 39v
Night is a free and fetterless thing
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MS Am 567, 3
Night past, and all the shadows fled
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MS Eng 614, 70v
Nights dismal shade[s] once more are fled
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MS Eng 614, 83v
Nine days are passed and yet the wonder's now
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MS Eng 686, 55v
Nine days of dark prognostic had the sun (incomplete)
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MS Am 2349, v, p. 177
Nine days they marched; the tenth effulgent morn (incomplete)
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MS Am 1448 (nos. 20-63), 54
Nine tedious days a doubtful course we steer (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, i, 40
Nine times a mother and not once a wife
hou01423c00020
MS Eng 569.68, 1
No adverse fortune once shall him offend
hou01423c00400
MS Eng 639, 19v
No breath of air to break the wave
hou01423c00446
MS Eng 630, 63
No carpenter could by his trade Got so much coin as to have made gown of so rich stuff (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1107, folder 25
No cloud the azure vault of heaven distained
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MS Eng 934, 58
No comfort yet, oh! who will be so kind (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, ii, 49v
No covert might they find, the open land (incomplete)
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MS Eng 934, 139
No crimes are flattered in my honest page
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MS Thr 5.8, 4v and 7v
No, Cupid, pitch thy trammel where thou please
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MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
No dread of death, if with us die our foes (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1274, ch. 67
No drooping autumn there (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, iii, 81
No flight so lofty but his sense could reach (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 66
No foe so fell nor half so full of spite
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MS Typ 14, 34v
No foe to fortune, who doth on me frown
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MS Eng 639, 22v
No forest, cave, or savage den
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MS Eng 602F, 8
No; fortune without order guides (incomplete)
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MS Eng 631, 2
No, give them grains their fill (incomplete)
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MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
No glory I covet, no riches I want
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 88v
No grief like your so great appears
hou01423c00456
MS Eng 584, 7
No, he had nobler charms my breast to move (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, iii, 12
No jealousy, each takes his neighbor's wife (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
No justice he had, that first did approve
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MS Eng 808 (8), 103
No king, whose minister resigns
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MS Eng 926, 42v
No let, no stay, nor aught perturberance (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2 (twice)
No longer blame those on the banks of Nile
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No longer may the English nation boast
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No longer mourn for me when I am dead
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, ii, 8
No longer quacks disparage
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 102
No loss of sons and daughters, goods and all
hou01423c00358
MS Typ 49, 57
No lover saith I love, nor any one
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No Mll is a mitred peer
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MS Eng 569.65, 31
No man Love's fiery passions can approve
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MS Eng 540
No man stands so secure, but he may fall (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, iii, 29v
No married man, nor no widow's son
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MS Am 2349, ii, p. 232
No marvel that the sun's bright eye
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MS Eng 686, 65v
No mask like open truth to cover lies (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, iii, 52v
No monument of brass or stone
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EC7. M3436 Z 722c, 6
No more can honest maids endure to be (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, iii, 74
No more, good sir, for I have heard enough
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MS Eng 623
No more let fame disturb our ears
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MS Eng 895, 98v
No more, my friend, for see, the sun grows high (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, i, 81
No more of Jove's ungrateful tyranny (incomplete)
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MS Eng 265.6, v. 2 (twice)
No more, Pierian maids
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 16
No more that feeling heart with friendship glows
hou01423c00039
MS Eng 926, 5
No more the arab now command
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MS Mus 237, ii, 36
No more the morn with tepid rays
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MS Eng 616, i, 58
No, no, go not to Lethe, neither twist
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No, no, I'll never believe there's any bliss
hou01423c00035
MS Eng 247.5, 67
No, no, 'tis in vain, in this turbulent town
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 114
No otherwise than rainy cloud first fed
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MS Eng 266, 63v
No owl will live in Crete (incomplete)
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MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
No parent is oblig'd to starve
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 17 and 18
No peace I find, and foes I cannot face or mars doth me deface
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MS Eng 1015, 16
No pearl, no precious stone, no gem of rare affect
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MS Eng 1494, 2
No pleasure 'tis to be oppress'd, confin'd
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 102
No poor Dutch peasant wing'd with all his fear
hou01423c00465
MS Eng 636F, 90v
No power on earth can ever divide
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 50
No, proud insultress, know my love
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MS Eng 808 (8), 69
No ravenous beast so dangerous can be said
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 100
No real style of coloring ever appears
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No respite from my fortunes can I have
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 76v
No scornful beauty e'er shall boast
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 36
No, sirs, to gain a heart, we must not seize (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 102
No sooner does the aged Phoenix die (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 86
No sooner does the glitt'ring sign (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, i, 63
No sottish dealer, whose unjudging eye
hou01423c00054
MS Eng 731, folder 166
No spring nor summer's beauty hath such grace
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No state so sure, no seat within this life
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MS Typ 14, 67
No, those days are gone away
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No, thou art not forgotten
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MS Am 988, 7v
No, thoughtless fair, go flaunt it hence, away
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 17v
No thunder blasts Jove's plants, nor can
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MS Eng 645, 31
No, 'tis not beauty must confine
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MS Eng 645, 31v
No tumbling water ever spake romance (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1274, ch. 54
No want of duty did my mind possess
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MS Eng 966.2, 17
No want of duty did my mind profess
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MS Eng 966.5, 109
No wight in this world that wealth can attain
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MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. i, p. 1
No wonder ladies that at court appear
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MS Eng 768 (vol. 1), 36v
No wonder Scots our kingdom would invade
hou01423c00033
MS Eng 768 (vol. 1), 35v
No wonder she so well indites
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MS Eng 602F, 38v
No wonder sleep from careful lovers flies
hou01423c00025
MS Eng 703, 73
No wonder 'tis that man loves fights
hou01423c00050
MS Eng 645, 51
No wonder 'twere though schools went down
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MS Eng 645, 88
No word of yours the nicest can reprove (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 82v
Noble Sir Arthur a-hunting did ride
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MS Eng 1471, vii, 133v
Nobler joys possess my heart (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 135
Nobles and gentles, by your leave
hou01423c00021
MS Eng 569.65, 9
None but brutes will prize or admire
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 116v
None come into the field to weigh what's right (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 56v
None from a living miser good e'er found
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 98
None without hope e'er loved the brightest fair
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 14
Nor are these cormorants of the parish (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 79v
Nor are you so desirous of the bays (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 71
Nor art nor nature has the force (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 100v
Nor ask me, Richard, what I think
hou01423c00078
MS Eng 1094, 34
Nor Croesus' wealth nor Midas' gold
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Nor did on me alone his bounty fall (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 64
Nor fate, nor muse will help us now, I find (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 78v
Nor happiness, nor majesty, nor fame
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*EC8. Sh445. 929n, 50
Nor is he yet so bold an undertaker (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 6v
Nor love nor fate dare I accuse
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MS Eng 686, 50
Nor meanwhile Is solitude less thy sphere (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 98
Nor the swift fury of the flames aspiring
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MS Eng 266, 62
Nor wearied yet my roving feet (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, i, 127
Nor wicked sway of popular heat (incomplete)
hou01423c00464
MS Eng 631, 11
Nor with their lives do wretched mortals end (incomplete)
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MS Eng 631, 11v
Nor yet perceived the vital spirit fled (incomplete)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 64v
Not a drum was heard, nor a funeral note
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Not a sou had he got, or guinea or note
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MS Eng 569.63, 48v
Not Aladdin magian (incomplete)
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Not a lous had he got or guinea or note
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MS Eng 569.63, 48v
Not a star Shone, not a sound was heard; the very wind (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1274, ch. 80
Not all the brilliant beauties I have seen
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MS Am 1817.2 (20), 5
Not all the laurels Tyn'dates wears (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, iii, 27
Not all the precepts of philosophy
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MS Eng 584, 82
Not but each open street abounds (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, ii, 79v
Not by the course of heaven My frail conjectures of inferior sight (incomplete)
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MS Eng 265.6, v. 2 (twice)
Not content With every good of life to nourish man (incomplete)
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MS Keats 3.13, ii, 122v
Not drunk, yet drunk, by people ta'en yet not
hou01423c00050
MS Eng 645, 35v
Not dying friends with greater grief remove
hou01423c00467
MS Eng 640, 41
Not far from town a country squire
hou01423c00445
MS Eng 1491 (3), 87v
Not farewell! oh speak it never
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MS Am 1428 (168)
Not for ourselves alone we are create
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MS Typ 14, 62
Not for ourselves our vagrant steps we bend (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, i, 108
Not in the land twixt Solway and St. Abbs (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1471, vi, 16v
Not like the bird whose beauteous train
hou01423c00050
MS Eng 645, 55
Not lip-sick-lover-like, with words far sought (incomplete)
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MS Eng 265.6, v. 2 (twice)
Not new-made mothers to their infants bear (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 13v
Not of the fellowship of saints
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MS Eng 1132, 3
Not only base, but foolish, 'tis to show
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 99v
Not only in their lives, but looks were knaves (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 64v
Not rural hind, who in the shade (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 58
Not seeing you as you had promised
hou01423c00438
MS Eng 540
Not she with trait'rous kiss her savior stung
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, ii, 7
Not so enriched,not so adorned, to thee (incomplete)
hou01423c00304
MS Eng 327 (4), p. 5
Not spring nor summer's beauty hath such grace (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
Not that I wish my mistress
Not that in color it was like thy hair
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Not the brave Alexander alone
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MS Eng 602F, 22
Not the brave Macedonian youth alone
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MS Eng 602F, 23
Not the eagle more Loves to beat up against a tyrranous blast (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1274, ch. 100
Not thicker are the stars in th' Milky Way
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MS Eng 585, 5
Not thicker were the stars in the Milky way
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MS Eng 633, 1v
Not this blooming April season
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MS Eng 895, 36
Not thus his matchless wisdom Bacon show'd (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, ii, 71v
Not time, that changes all things here below
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MS Eng 612, ii, 92v
Not to the grave, not to the grave, my soul
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 59
Not unobserved By rural swains, and not unwish'd the guest (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, ii, 135
Not willing terror should his image move
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MS Eng 631, 71
Not Wordsworth's genius, Postalezzie's love
hou01423c00169
MS Am 1817.2 (20), 17
Note well the hour that gave thee birth
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MS Eng 1094, 29
Nothing at present wonted pleasure yields (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, iii, 78
Nothing could force his courage to retire (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, iii, 19
Nothing in this world I want
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 131v
Nothing so strange does to one man befall
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 102v
Nothing, thou elder brother even to shade
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Nought but a name thy moldering corse retains (incomplete)
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MS Keats 3.13, ii, 41v
Nought loves another as itself
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MS Eng 1167, 54 and 72
Now all lay hush'd in solitary night (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 64v
Now all my lads, what all amort
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 45
Now all we see of worth, go all in black (incomplete)
hou01423c00438
MS Eng 540
Now all ye loyal march men, that circle me around
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, i, p. 157
Now all you Scottish nation
hou01423c00501
MS Eng 862.1, 8
Now Allan O Maut was once ca'd Bear
hou01423c00477
MS Eng 1486 (2), 60
Now almost all may weep
hou01423c00001
MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. iii, p. 28v
Now armed for a hunting. You thickets (incomplete)
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MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
Now armed for a hunting match. Yon thicket
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
Now art has lost its mental charms
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Now as in Tullia's tomb a lamp burnt clear
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MS Eng 966.4, 158
Now as in Tullius' tomb one lamp burnt clear
hou01423c00005
MS Eng 966.5, 169v
Now as occasion stirred her, how she started (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
Now Bavius take the poppy from thy brow (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 47v
Now blessings on the man, whoe'er he be (incomplete)
hou01423c00083
MS Eng 870, folder 80B
Now blithe and debonair, I'll relish life (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 134
Now Bn trembles at his coming fate
hou01423c00460
MS Eng 586, 22
Now briskly each his brimmer drink
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 96v
Now brush and faggot fashionable grow
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 78
Now Cambridge is a merry town
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 27
Now carol us and carol we
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Now comes the father of the tempest forth (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 67v
Now country lubbers whet their harvest tools
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 77v
Now Cranmer, Ridley, and King Ned (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 40v
Now Cupid, pitch thy trammel where thou please
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
Now curses on ye all, ye virtuous fools (incomplete)
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Now do the trees mourn for their falling fruit
hou01423c00429
MS Eng 613, 37v
Now down the dusky frescade let me walk (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 44
Now eastward turn: lo, thence serenely bright (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 42
Now ev'ning mildly-still and softer suns (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 9
Now fame, a busy, rattling goody (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 44v
Now fare ye well, Lady Oonzabel (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxiii, 344
Now foolish thought, go on (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2 (twice)
Now for a while sweet Eildon hills farewell (incomplete)
hou01423c00489
MS Eng 1470, 147v
Now for such a stock of pippins
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MS Am 1622 (104), 2
Now for to tell you will I turn
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MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 276v
Now Fortune is part the severest, my passion of mortals sincerest
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 40
Now from your easts you issue forth, and we
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Now gan the sun towards the west decline
hou01423c00025
MS Eng 703, 28
Now, gentles, I take it, here is none of you so stupid (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2 (twice)
Now 'gin the rueful wailings to be heard (incomplete)
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MS Keats 3.2, 70v
Now gloomy winter shows his hoary head
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 58v
Now God preserve the realm
hou01423c00504
MS Eng 1503 (1), 62v
Now had Sol his vigor lost (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, i, 12v
Now had the sun withdrawn his piercing ray (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, i, 79
Now hardly here and there an hackney coach
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 95v
Now I love And so as in so short a time I may (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
Now I must play my part; Nature, in woman, teaches more than art (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 25v
Now I no longer wail my love to tell
hou01423c00169
MS Am 1817.2 (20), 11
Now I shall live indeed not by my skill
hou01423c00471
MS Eng 602F, 14
Now in the areal realms had light and shade (incomplete)
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MS Eng 966.4, 232v
Now in the heavens pale Luna shone
hou01423c00107
MS Eng 692, 50
Now let me borrow For moments few, a temperament as stern (incomplete)
hou01423c00144
MS Eng 1274, ch. 125
Now let my feet unwearied stray (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 70
Now let us all rejoice, sing oceans all
hou01423c00127
MS Eng 1278, folder 10
Now Liddisdale has lyan lang in
hou01423c00450
MS Eng 1497, i, 101v
Now Liddisdale has ridden a rade
hou01423c00450
MS Eng 1497, i, 109v
Now listen a while and let us sing
hou01423c00001
MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. iii, p. 30
Now lonely silence walks the midnight gloom (incomplete)
hou01423c00114
MS Am 1448 (nos. 20-63), no. 36
Now love and Hymen raise the nuptial bed
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 44v
Now, Mary, winter's reign suspended
hou01423c00158
MS Eng 947.8, Epistle from Sara Coleridge
Now may'rs and shrieves all hush'd and satiate lay (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 46
Now meet the dreadful chiefs, with eyes on fire (incomplete)
hou01423c00114
MS Am 1448 (nos. 20-63), 54
Now morn her rosy steps in the eastern clime (incomplete)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 26v
Now morning from her orient chamber came
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Now, my brave friend, both love and honor calls (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, iii, 17
Now night approachedo'er Chinons guarded tower
hou01423c00072
MS Eng 265.3, 75v
Now nights again encroach upon the day (incomplete)
hou01423c00429
MS Eng 613, 38
Now Nisus tow'ring in the liquid air (incomplete)
hou01423c00464
MS Eng 631, 7v
Now, noblest sister, how shall be repayed (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 12v
Now, now the work's done
hou01423c00435
MS Eng 633, 68v
Now, now's the time so oft by truth
hou01423c00028
MS Eng 626, 24
Now our dreaded QueenWhat message from her highness (incomplete)
hou01423c00233
MS Keats 2.28, 1
Now orient Phoebus, with refulgent rays
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 19
Now ponder well, ye parents dear
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 36v
Now reigns the night in her sublimest noon (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 32v
Now rising shades a solemn gloom display (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 119v
Now Robin Whood bold goes Northward behold (incomplete)
hou01423c00487
MS Eng 1501, 16v
Now rosy morn ascends the court of Jove (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 60
Now sable night concludes the day
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 84
Now, said my heavenly teacher, all is clear
hou01423c00352
MS Eng 934, 110
Now she burns as well as I
hou01423c00028
MS Eng 626, 10v
Now she's gone, I am at ease: why, how now, Damocles (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 15v
Now shiv'ring Nature mourns her ravish'd charms (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 26
Now shiv'ring winter fledged with feathered rain (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 91v
Now some small Chatt, and guinea expectation (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 10v
Now sounds the vault of heav'n with loud alarms (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 119
Now steal me some of your father's gold
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxi, 20
Now swelled with pride, he does majestic grow (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 71v
Now that I may give each jocky his style
hou01423c00050
MS Eng 645, 82v
Now that I want a faithful post to her
hou01423c00028
MS Eng 626, 6v
Now that my neighbor's kiln doth burn
hou01423c00400
MS Eng 639, 20
Now that the sable mantle of the night (incomplete)
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 18v
Now the brown woods their leafy load resign
hou01423c00490
MS Eng 680, 55v
Now the shrill corn-pipes, echoing loud to arms (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 69
Now they ring
hou01423c00400
MS Eng 639, 9v
Now this hero they valued not of a pin, sir
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 98v
Now thou hast loved me one whole day
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Now time, insensibly beguiled with talk (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 6v
Now to be brief let's pass by the rest
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, v, 150
Now to the King whose sacred throne
hou01423c00114
MS Am 1448 (nos. 20-63), no. 48
Now to the Lord a noble song
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Autograph file, W: Isaac Watts, 8
Now to the sovereign Lord
hou01423c00114
MS Am 1448 (nos. 20-63), no. 48
Now to your cost you see with grief and tears
hou01423c00494
MS Eng 606, 38v
Now toward solving a puzzle your claimant beseeches
hou01423c00024
MS Eng 569.67, 4
Now 'twas in the month of June or July
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 98v
Now wake, now wake you Rothieway (incomplete)
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, vi, 18
Now was the beauteous summer season past (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 64v
Now watchful o'er the homely couch where Joan
hou01423c00072
MS Eng 265.3, 46v
Now when the winter's keener breath began (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 137
Now when Joseph and Mary was to Bethlehem bound
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Now when the power, who joys to save (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 71
Now why should love a footboy's place despise (incomplete)
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Now wide the prospect breaks upon my view (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 44v
Now Willie's gaen to Melville Castle
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, ii, p. 85
Now with autumnal glooms the mountains frown (incomplete)
hou01423c00490
MS Eng 680, back cover
Now wold I ffayne
hou01423c00409
MS Eng 766, 30v
Now y'have killed me with your scorn
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Noyes flood is past, the oaks appear
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 92v
Nursed on the billow, and cradled in the storm (incomplete)
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MS Keats 3.13, i, 28v
Nurtur'd in a muse's lap (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 140v
Nymph of the downward smile and sidelong glance
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Nymph! with thee, at early morn (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, i, 137v


O
O Abelard, ill fated youth (incomplete)
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MS Eng 731, folder 257, 9
O all-creating God
hou01423c00368
Autograph file, W: Isaac Watts, 20v
O all you ladies young and gay
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O Allison gross that lives in yon tow'r, the ugliest witch in the north country
hou01423c00477
MS Eng 1486 (2), 47
O! Alva woods are bonnie (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxix, 1094
O are ye wakein, wakein. wakein
hou01423c00450
MS Eng 1497, ii, 142v
O as the haggis glowr'd
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 90
O ay he sat and ay he drank
hou01423c00489
MS Eng 1470, 40
O balmy sleep, in thee death's image mocks
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 37 tipped in
O Bartledom fair, since thy Lord Mayor has cryed thee down
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 39v
O beauteous sex, to you we're bound to give
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 77v
O Bessy Bell and Mary Gray (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxvii, 834 and 835
O Bessy Bell and Mary Gray, they were twa bonny lasses
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 12v
O blessed glorious Trinity
hou01423c00006
MS Eng 966.4, 85v
O blessed God, O Savior sweet
hou01423c00001
MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. ii, p. 153 tipped in
O blessed lady, Christ's mother dear
hou01423c00409
MS Eng 766, 385v
O Blessed Spirit of eternal love (incomplete)
hou01423c00467
MS Eng 640, 36
O Blessed well of love, O flower of grace (incomplete)
hou01423c00464
MS Eng 631, 25
O blest my fate since that I find
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 57v
O bluid is gude, said Livingston (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxviii, 927
O blush not so! O blush not so
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O blyssed Lord, my lord, O Christ Jesu
hou01423c00406
MS Eng 1482, Harl 2255, 104
O bonny Baby Livingston
hou01423c00477
MS Eng 1486 (2), 63
O breathe in gentle strains, my lyre (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, v, p. 177
O brethren who partakers of my kingdom and my pains
hou01423c00044
MS Eng 699, 7
O Burns thy name will ever charm
hou01423c00480
MS Eng 1505, 6v
O busk ye, busk ye, burd Hamlet (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, ii, p. 9
O by those lights of bonny blue
hou01423c00450
MS Eng 1497, ii, 143
O Christ that art the life and resurrection
hou01423c00405
MS Eng 623
O Christ who did on earth commiserate
hou01423c00405
MS Eng 623
O Cleophel, my rest has pleasant been (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 31
O come all, I pray draw near
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxiii, 263
O come, blest spirit! whatso'er thou art
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O come, Georgiana, the rose is full blown
hou01423c00190
MS Keats 3.4, 35
O come, my dear Emma, the rose is full blown
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O come, my fair Clorinda! for, with thee
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 15
O come, thou melancholy muse
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 97v
O come you from the earth, she said (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxix, 1095
O cruel, cruel case, must I suffer this disgrace
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 51v
O cruel man! whom some fell tigress bore (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 24
O Damon, your sex are deceitful
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 75v
O dear Marg'et, are you within
hou01423c00488
MS Eng 1470, 70
O dear unbelief How wealthy dost thou make thy owner's wit (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2 (twice)
O Death, thou art indeed an awful thing
hou01423c00200
MS Eng 1316, 8
O Delia, when I touch this string
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 101
O Derwentwater's a bonny Lord
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, v, 212
O do not die, for I shall hate
hou01423c00002
MS Eng 966.3, 66
O Dunch, if fewer with thy charms are fired
hou01423c00033
MS Eng 768 (vol. 1), 35v
O Earl Rothes an thou wert mine
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, i, 173
O Earlington he has ae daughter
hou01423c00489
MS Eng 1470, 38
O! early lost! yet steadfast to survey (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 120v
O Errol's place is a bonny place
hou01423c00344
MS Eng 862, 107
O ever-living God, and high creator
hou01423c00459
MS Eng 1493, 4
O faithless world, and the most faithless part
hou01423c00025
MS Eng 703, 19v
O farewell ye bonny bog of Gight
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 174
O father, father, swims a swan
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, vi, 46
O father, O father, what have you done
hou01423c00450
MS Eng 1497, ii, 26v
O! for Elijah's car to wing my way
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 122
O for my ain king, quo' gude Wallace (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxvi, 626
O! for some meat, they sit long. We forgot (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 38
O for the cap and the stoup
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 165v
O fortunate Antonius, o'er whose head (incomplete)
hou01423c00162
Autograph file, B: William Cullen Bryant, 1
O Fortune, how strangely thy gifts are awarded
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 45v
O fye Margret, an' are ye in
hou01423c00500
MS Eng 1486 (3), 25
O gin I was fairly shot o' her
hou01423c00450
MS Eng 1497, ii, 136v
O gin I were where Gawdie rins
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 147
O gin my luve were a' in a stoupie
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 244
O, gin my luve were a red rosie
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 243v
O gin my luvie was a red rose
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, ii, p. 102
O, give me leave to kiss this beauteous hand (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 8v
O gley'd Argyll has written to Montrose
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O glorious mayde, for that heuynesse
hou01423c00406
MS Eng 1482, Harl 2255, 91v
O God above, relent
hou01423c00001
MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. i, p. 18
O God! have mercy on this dreadful hour
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 60
O God! how glorious is thy name
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 83
O God, my God, my all Thou art
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, ii, 49
O God of Gods, in whom combine
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 125
O God of my salvation, hear
hou01423c00114
MS Am 1448 (nos. 20-63), 62
O god, of thy great might, strengthen our frailty so
hou01423c00001
MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. i, p. 31
O God, thy holy name be blessed (we pray)
hou01423c00405
MS Eng 623
O God! what eloquence of mortal sound
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 51
O God, which by thy providence dost call
hou01423c00405
MS Eng 623
O God, whose eyes are flames of fire
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 39v
O Goddess! hear these tuneless numbers, wrung
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O goddis have of me compassion
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MS Eng 540
O golden tongued romance, with serene lute
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O got ye on the sea, sailin' (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxi, 122
O Gracious Jesu, forgeve of the heauene
hou01423c00406
MS Eng 1482, Harl 2255, 105v
O grand bounds the deer o'er the mountain
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 240v
O grant me, heav'n, an innocent retreat
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 46v
O grant that like to Peter, I
hou01423c00270
MS Keats 2.31, 1
O grief hath changed me since you saw me last
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, ii, 94
O happier thou, my friend, with ease content
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 107v
O happiness, say where dost thou reside
hou01423c00490
MS Eng 680, 50v
O! happiness, thou empty name
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 106
O Happy revolution of a day
hou01423c00456
MS Eng 584, 38
O happy swains, too happy if you knew (incomplete)
hou01423c00464
MS Eng 631, 12
O happy swains! who innocently free (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 17v
O hark, and I'll tell you how it come to pass
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 175v
O haste, my lord, the city's in alarm (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 43v
O hear, O hear, and I will you tell
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, vi, 49
O heard ye e'er of a silly blind harper
hou01423c00450
MS Eng 1497, i, 43v
O heard ye of Sir James the Rose
hou01423c00344
MS Eng 862, 159v
O hearken and hear, and I will you tell
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 176v
O heavenly God, O father dear, cast down thy tender eye
O heavenly powers why did you bring to light
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 42v
O heavens, and do I see
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MS Eng 628, 171
O heaven's great power, why do you bring to light
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MS Eng 686, 54
O heavens, great thanks be to you powers divine
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MS Eng 686, 54
O heav'n! by what vain passions man is sway'd (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, iii, 107
O Hesper! thou that dost as far outshine
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MS Keats 3.13, ii, 7v
O high and mighty God
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MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. i, p. 56
O Holy Ghost, whose temple I
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MS Eng 966.4, 85
O holy St. George, O very champion
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MS Eng 534
O horror! That not the fear of him, which binds the devils (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, iii, 6v
O how favored of the Lamb
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MS Eng 614, 35
O how shall I publish or strive to reveal
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MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 228v
O how sick and weary I
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MS Eng 1167, 56
O how unkindly have the heavens dealt (incomplete)
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MS Eng 616, i, 14v
O how weak I've grown and weary
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MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 232
O I am frightened with most hateful thoughts
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O, I cannot, cannot find
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O I maun hae to my supper (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1444, 41v
O if it were my chance, to England to advance
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MS Eng 1471, v, 72v
O Ihu, beginner of all endes (incomplete)
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MS Eng 534
O Ihu criste lorde euerlastynge swetenesse (incomplete)
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MS Eng 534
O Ihu moste verrey large vyne tree (incomplete)
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MS Eng 534
O Ihu myrrour of euerlasting clenesse (incomplete)
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MS Eng 534
O Ihu O king comen of kyng's kynde (incomplete)
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MS Eng 534
O Ihu of heavenly spirytes gouyrnoure (incomplete)
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MS Eng 534
O Ihu of heuene leche with thi greynes of thi corne (incomplete)
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MS Eng 534
O Ihu of mannys hert and mannys mynde (incomplete)
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MS Eng 534
O Ihu, strong lyon, immortal kyng (incomplete)
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MS Eng 534
O Ihu that kyng art most amyable (incomplete)
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MS Eng 534
O Ihu that madest heuenes clere (incomplete)
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MS Eng 534
O Ihu the myrrour of truth, the sygne of unyte (incomplete)
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MS Eng 534
O Ihu, the son of the fader on heyghe
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MS Eng 534
O Ihu verrey welle fulfilled with pyte (incomplete)
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MS Eng 534
O Ihu with thi charitable affecyon (incomplete)
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MS Eng 534
O Imp eterne and issue of immortal majesty
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MS Eng 757, 110
O Inverey came down Dee side whistling and playing
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MS Eng 1486 (2), 59
O it fell out upon a day
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, v, 10
O it's lang, lang since Lammas
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MS Eng 1471, v, 26v
O it's up in the Highlands, along the sweet Tay (incomplete)
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MS Am 2349, v, p. 177
O I've been in Holland, and I've been in France
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, v, 71v
O I've been searching for a treasure
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MS Eng 1471, v, 14
O Jean, says he, I will if you'll prove true
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MS Eng 1471, v, 43
O Jellon Grame sat in Silverwood
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O Jenny, your charms have undone me
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MS Eng 895, 37v
O Johnnie, Johnnie, but love is bonnie (incomplete)
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MS Am 2349, xxvii, 850
O Johnny was as brave a knight as ever sail'd the sea
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MS Eng 1486 (2), 12
O Johny's up thro England gane
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MS Eng 1470, 280
O justice! I suffer now for what hath former been (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, iii, 7
O Katty, O Katty, I'll tell ye what grieves me
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MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 100v
O Kenmore's on and awa' Willie
hou01423c00450
MS Eng 1497, i, 28
O kill in me this rebel sin
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MS Eng 614, 119v
O lady come to the Indies with me
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MS Eng 601.66, 14
O Lady Mary Ann look'd o'er the castle wa'
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MS Eng 1497, i, 13v
O Lambkin was as good a mason
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MS Eng 1471, v, 189
O lapwing, thou fliest about the heath
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MS Eng 1167, 57
O lassie are ye waking yet
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MS Eng 1491 (3), 60
O last and best of Scots who didst maintain
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MS Eng 629, 17
O leave the palm to wither by itself (incomplete)
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MS Keats 2.17.2
O Liberty! thou goddess heavenly bright
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MS Am 1369, 13v
O Life, frail offspring of a day (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, iii, 105v
O light is a free and a fetterless thing
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MS Am 567, 3
O listen a while and I will you tell
hou01423c00445
MS Eng 1491 (3), 30
O listen good people to my tale
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MS Eng 1497, i, 70v
O listen, listen to the voice of love
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MS Eng 1038.1, 23v
O Logan water, Logan braes (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1471, vii, 125v
O London is a dainty town, a great and gallant city
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MS Eng 1038.1, 37v
O Lord for Christ his sake we pray (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. iii, p. 23v
O Lord, my God, my holy king
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MS Eng 676F, 48
O Lord, thou hast our dwelling been
hou01423c00400
MS Eng 639, 15
O Lord, thou hear'st my daily moan
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O Lord! to thee my morning song
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MS Eng 614, 55
O Lord, which didst a heav'nly ark provide
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MS Eng 623
O Lord! wilt thou teach me to pray
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*82-408, 12
O louse, inhabitant of a schoolboy's coat
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MS Eng 768 (vol. 2), 34
O Love how cold and slow to take my part
hou01423c00465
MS Eng 636F, 33v
O Love, how running to thy toils is man
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 61v
O Love in my conceit
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 18
O Love! Oh Death! be it your fate
hou01423c00346
MS Eng 785, 43
O love, thou delights in man's ruin
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MS Eng 1497, ii, 123v
O! Love, thou source of mighty joy or woe (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 116
O Love, whose force and might
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MS Eng 686, 36v
O lovely maid! with ev'ry pow'r to please
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 112v
O lovers all I pray draw near
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O, Madam, be covered, why stand you bare
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MS Eng 686, 76v
O Madam! taste the pleasures of a throne (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, iii, 3
O maid divinely fair! whose every part (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, ii, 4
O man, refrain thy vile desire
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MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. iii, p. 49
O man that runneth here thy race
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MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. i, p. 81
O mangled corse. She must not know my fate (incomplete)
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MS Eng 265.2, folder 1
O mark my way, my doubts remove
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MS Eng 614, 31v
O Mary's red and Mary's white
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MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 87v
O may Britannia's sons thro' ev'ry age (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, ii, 103v
O may our bliss continue thus to roll (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, i, 11
O Melancholy linger here awhile (incomplete)
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O Memory! thou fond deceiver
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 65
O memory, whose tuneful art
hou01423c00467
MS Eng 640, 27
O merciful God, what a prince was this
hou01423c00409
MS Eng 766, 374v
O! merry may the maid be
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MS Eng 1038.1, 60v
O might those sighs and tears return again
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O mighty great and glorious God
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MS Eng 639, 1v
O misery! like to a rusty o'ercharged cannon (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, iii, 5v
O mither dear, these saxteen year
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MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 110v
O mortal man behold and see (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1503 (1), 88
O mother dear, when we were thine
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MS Eng 1498, loose leaf at end
O mother dear, now gae make a bed (incomplete)
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MS Am 2349, i, p. 42
O much lamented maid, at thy blest name
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MS Eng 834, folder 35
O muses, why so mute? when ye are graced
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MS Eng 1497, ii, 75v
O must I still drag on the cumbrous load
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MS Eng 614, 2
O my black soul, now thou art summoned
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MS Eng 966.4, 83
O my bonny bonny Adam Bell
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MS Eng 1038.1, 41
O my Charlie has na shears to sell
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MS Eng 1471, vii, 156
O my dark soul! Is there a mighty God (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, iii, 11v
O my dear Saviour, pray incline
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MS Eng 614, 31
O my dove, smile kindly upon the lovelorn
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MS Eng 952.1, 2
O my fairest mistress
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MS Eng 1497, ii, 131v
O my friend, we'll meet Again, where virtue finds a just reward (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, ii, 101
O my love's black, but what's the matter
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MS Eng 1471, v, 47
O my love's like the red, red rose
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O my Mirtillo! can this forc'd disguise
hou01423c00471
MS Eng 602F, 31
O my soul, my heart doth burn
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MS Eng 686, 52v
O ne'er may we forget (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, iii, 41v
O Nymph of race divine
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MS Eng 512, 7
O Parcy Reed has Crozer ta'en
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MS Eng 862, 77v
O Parcy Reed had Crozer ta'en (incomplete)
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MS Eng 862, 273
O pass'd ye by the bog of Gight (incomplete)
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MS Eng 862, 122
O Peace! and dost thou with thy presence bless
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O penitence! let me truly taste thy cup (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, iii, 6v
O, Polly, you might have toyed and kissed (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1038.1, 48v
O poverty, of pale consumptive hue
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O Power! thou darling mistress of my soul (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, ii, 54v
O Pow'r supreme! eternal God and King
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 85v
O praise the Lord, ye nations all
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MS Eng 639, 18
O present safety to all such as truly honor thee
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MS Eng 757, 112
O pride of women! Ladies think they keep not state enough (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 32v
O quam mirabilior, good Lord, thy works been
hou01423c00409
MS Eng 766, 61
O Queen of heune, of hell, eek emperess (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1482, Harl 2255, 111v
O rattling, roaring Willy, where have thee been so late
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, ii, p. 133
O Reader, if that thou cant read
hou01423c00034
MS Eng 768 (vol. 2), 25v
O! recall not the past, tho' the vision be fill'd
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MS Eng 630, 59
O reverent ruler of the high celestial company
hou01423c00049
MS Eng 757, 112
O Rose the red and white lily
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MS Eng 1486 (1), 29v
O Rose the red and White Lilly their mother dear was dead
hou01423c00477
MS Eng 1486 (2), 8
O rose thou art sick
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O Sandy why leave your Nelly to mourn
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MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 187
O Saviour, first-born son of God
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 32v
O saw ye my bonny Hugh, quo' Susan (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1470, 194
O, say, bonny lass, will you lie in a barrack
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 47v
O! say, dear Molly, what's the cause
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 86
O see for he gangs, and see for he stands
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 58v
O shameful insolence and pride (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 80
O shield her, shield sweet Christabel (incomplete)
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O sick, dear friends, I long time was
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 54
O sing a new song to the Lord
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MS Eng 686, 63v
O sing and be glad! Sing with heart and with voice
hou01423c00078
MS Eng 1094, 69
O Sir! I see 'tis difficult to keep (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 30v
O sir, the queen such manly courage wore (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, iii, 32v
O sleepest thou, wakest thou, Archie laddie (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxvii, 788
O sleeve, O sleeve! I'll study all night, madam (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2 (twice)
O soft embalmer of the still midnight
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O Solitude! best state of life below
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MS Eng 611, i, 20v
O Solitude! if I must with thee dwell
hou01423c00191
MS Keats 3.5, p. 23
O solitude, my sweetest choice
hou01423c00026
MS Eng 834, folder 36
O son of God, who seeing two things
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MS Eng 966.4, 85
O Sorrow Why dost borrow (incomplete)
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MS Keats 1.15, 1
O Soul of nature! great, eternal cause (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, ii, 103
O sovereign Love, to thee I cry
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 118
O spare me, spare me, gentle Phoebus! if indeed
hou01423c00021
MS Eng 569.65, 42v
O spare the fatal subject! Can I bear it! Let me not think; one word (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 41v
O sun, a king of this world
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MS Eng 1488, 41
O surprising lovely fair
hou01423c00029
MS Eng 512, 59
O sweetest sweet and fairest fair
hou01423c00472
MS Eng 1500, 37
O sweetly bright is the morning walk
hou01423c00422
MS Am 988, 16v
O swiftly gar speed the berry-brown steed (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxix, 1094
O teach me, friend, to know wise nature's rules (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 122v
O tell me not that life is flying
hou01423c00325
MS Am 1972, 7v
O, tell me, tell, thou god of wind
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 62v
O that a week could be an age, and we
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O that I had the Thracian poet's harp
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MS Eng 266, 65
O that mine eye might closed be
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O that my father had ne'er on me smiled (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, ii, p. 236
O that rare beauty thou dost show
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MS Eng 703, 19
O that those lips had language! life has passed
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*82-408, 22v
O the blessing, Beyond expressing (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 19v
O the broom, the bonny, bonny broom
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MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 90v
O the devil, the devil, and O the devil, the dee
hou01423c00038
MS Eng 1038.1, 44v
O the faith we seek, we oft ourselves bereave
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 101
O the free lovely impulses (incomplete)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, ii, 19v
O the inconstant And rotten ground of service, you may see
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 5
O the sweet charms of being great (incomplete)
hou01423c00094
MS Eng 1312, 47v
O the trees that do from high and the leaves that do from green
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, ii, p. 90
O the vain cares of men, the vanity
hou01423c00056
MS Eng 899, 6
O there war a troop o' merry gentlemen
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, i, 78
O there was a ladie, a noble ladie
hou01423c00503
MS Eng 1486 (4), 12v and 68
O this is my departing time (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxvii, 807
O thou most high who rulest all
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O thou my soul, thou flickering kindly spark
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 41v tipped in
O Thou, our husband, brother, friend
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, ii, 49v
O thou pale moon! who leads the shining throng
hou01423c00490
MS Eng 680, 68v
O thou that hear'st the prayers of thine
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O Thou that hear'st when sinners cry
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MS Eng 614, 92v
O Thou to whose all-searching sight
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 124
O thou, which for to search the secret parts
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MS Eng 686, 52v
O thou which to search out the secret parts
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O Thou, who all things canst control
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MS Eng 614, 108
O Thou, whose all-creating hands sustain
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 27
O Thou whose face hath felt the winter's wind
hou01423c00181
MS Keats 3.3, p. 25
O thou whose love-inspiring air
hou01423c00158
MS Eng 947.8, To Delia
O Thou whose tender mercy hears
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 133v
O thou whose virtues sanctify thy state (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 109
O throw away thy rod
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 114
O Tibby Hunter's lying sick
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 214
O tight an' bonnie was the bride
hou01423c00030
MS Eng 1504, 17v
O Timeit works miracles, In one hour many thousand (incomplete)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, ii, 20v
O to be in the fair wi' him
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, v, 40v
O tread in virtue's happy road (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 80
O trouble not the sacred rest
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 68
O vain distinction of exalted state (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 100
O Venus, joy of men and gods
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O vulture-witch, hast never heard of mercy (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1274, ch. 124
O waly, waly, my gay goss hawk
hou01423c00489
MS Eng 1470, 300
O Waly, waly, up the bank
hou01423c00478
MS Eng 1471, v, 197
O wally, wally, up yon bank
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O wanton King Edward, thy labor is vain
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 54
O wary wisdom of the man that would
hou01423c00089
MS Eng 266, 64v
O wax! render up thy trust
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 82
O we were sisters seven, Maisry
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MS Eng 1486 (4), 10v and 63
O well, bright dame, may you command (incomplete)
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O well's me o' my gay goss-hawk
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MS Eng 1486 (1), 21
O well's me o my gay goshawk that he can speak and flee
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MS Eng 1486 (2), 22
O were I one of the Olympian twelve (incomplete)
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O wet and weary is the night (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1470, 6
O wha is this at my bower door (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1471, vi, 9
O wha hasna heard o' blythe Bauldy Buchanan
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MS Eng 1504, 19
O wha stans here in this auld service coat (incomplete)
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MS Am 2349, ii, p. 238
O wha will bake my bridal bread (incomplete)
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MS Am 2349, xxiii, 296
O wha will bake my bridal bread, and brew my bridal ale
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MS Eng 1486 (2), 27
O wha will lace my jimpy waist (incomplete)
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MS Am 2349, xxiii, 360
O wha will shoe my bonny foot
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MS Eng 1470, 170v
O wha will shoe my fair foot
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MS Eng 1497, i, 166
O wha will shoe my fu fair foot
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MS Eng 1486 (4), 3 and 45
O wha will shoe my fu fair foot, and wha will glove my han'
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MS Eng 1486 (2), 34
O wha wou'd wish the win' to blaw
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O wha would wish the win' to blaw, or the green leaves fa' therewith
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MS Eng 1486 (2), 24
O whan braes bloom fair to see
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MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 239v
O whare are ye gaun
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O whare are ye gaun, says the fause knight upon the road (incomplete)
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MS Am 2349, v, p. 53
O whare ha'you been, Lord Randal, my son
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MS Am 2349, xxi, 93 and 106
O whare hae ye been aw day, Lord Donald, my son
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MS Eng 1471, vii, 46
O whare hae ye been, Lord Randal, my son
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MS Eng 1470, 97
O whare hae ye been, my dearest dear
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MS Eng 1471, i, 156
O wha's aught a' yon flock o' sheep (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1506, 9
O what a parish! what a terrible parish
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MS Eng 1470, 77
O what a plague is love
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MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 260
O, what a plague is love, how can I bear it
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MS Eng 1107, folder 9
O what a pretty spinner's here
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MS Eng 611, i, 36
O, what a world of doubts and cares
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MS Eng 611, iii, 42
O what can ail thee, knight at arms
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O what did the fray begin about (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1505, 28
O what will I do an she come near me
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MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 170
O what wretched souls are we
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MS Eng 614, 57
O where are you going, says Hosetorn Hose
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MS Eng 1471, v, 53
O where are you going? To Scarbro fair
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MS Am 2349, xxi, 7
O where hae ye been, Lord [...] (incomplete)
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MS Am 2349, v, p. 56
O where hae ye been, Lord Randall, my son
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MS Eng 1497, i, 96v
O where hae ye been, Lord Ronnal, my son
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MS Eng 1497, ii, 135
O where have you been, Tiranti, my son
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MS Am 2349, xxi, 95-96, 98, 100-105
O where is young Jemmy, my dearest
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MS Eng 895, 38
O where will I get a bonny clerk
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MS Eng 1471, v, 222
O where will I lay my head
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MS Eng 1486 (3), 23v
O wherein leems the beer, she said (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1470, 234
O, who will pity my distress
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MS Eng 611, iii, 38v
O who will shoe your foot, my dear (incomplete)
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MS Am 2349, xxiii, 356
O why do I love 'mid the night-dews to wander
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MS Eng 1497, ii, 170v
O why shouldst thou that rul'st the sky
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MS Eng 631, 1v
O will you accept of a penny worth of pins
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MS Eng 1471, vi, 31
O Willie was a gallant squire
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O Willy was as brave a knight as ever sail'd the sea
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MS Eng 1486 (2), 15
O! wondrous art, that grace to shadows gives (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, iii, 115v
O! wond'rous pow'r of mingled light and shades (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, iii, 109v
O! would but heaven to wealthy men reveal (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, ii, 74v
O would mine eyes distill into a flood
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MS Eng 584, 64
O wouldst thou know what sacred charms
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MS Eng 895, 68v
O why is my love so impatient
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MS Eng 895, 38
O wretched man which lovest earthly things
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MS Eng 749, 101
O wretched prince of creatures, man
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MS Eng 623
O wretched synner what so ever thow be
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MS Eng 1482, Addit 29729, 129v
O you best sons of earth (incomplete)
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MS Eng 265.6, v. 2 (twice)
Oaks which extended arms the winds defy (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, ii, 102v
Observe, cries Not, and learn the cause
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MS Eng 776, 20
Observe these rules
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MS Eng 247.5, 16
Och, I am a wild Irishman
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MS Am 2349, ii, p. 217
Ochon! woman, are ye within
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MS Eng 1471, i, 141
Ods, bobs, who called you into court
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MS Thr 198, folder 40
O'er crackling ice, o'er gulfs profound
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MS Keats 3.13, i, 50v
O'er my sins thou sit and moan
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MS Eng 1167, 2
O'er Orleans towers bright beamed the opening morn
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MS Eng 265.3, 168
O'er the wild heath the whistl'ing northeast blows
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MS Eng 926, 15
O'erwhelmed in grief, with horrid thoughts oppressed
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MS Eng 895, 59
O'erwhelmed with sorrow, and sustaining long
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MS Eng 569.65, 29
Oer which the wind may hover till it dozes (incomplete)
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MS Keats 2.8.3, 1v
O'er yonder eastern hill the twilight throws (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, i, 107v
Of a great hero I mean to tell
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MS Eng 633, 15v
Of a great heroine I mean to tell
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MS Eng 585, 84
Of a rich counsellor, I write
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 47v
Of a story, of a story
hou01423c00445
MS Eng 1491, 10
Of a stout cripple that kept the highway
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MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 114
Of a' the maids of fair Scotland
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MS Eng 1497, i, 170v
Of absolute power, the very name I detest
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MS Eng 629, 93
Of all the joys were e'er professed (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, ii, 58v
Of all my father's family, I like myself the best
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MS Eng 512, 31
Of all quality whores, modest Betty for me
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MS Eng 633, 59
Of all the arts by God, by man professed
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MS Eng 623
Of all the birds whose tuneful throats
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MS Eng 1505, 45
Of all the charms the female sex desire (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, ii, 130v
Of all the cheats and shams that have of late
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MS Eng 606, 72
Of all the days that are in the year
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Of all the factions in the town
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MS Eng 606, 48v
Of all the flowers that grace the field
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MS Eng 895, 37v
Of all the fools these fertile times produce
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MS Eng 633, 78
Of all the friends in time of grief
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MS Eng 1038.1, 51v
Of all the gay enjoyments (incomplete)
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MS Eng 616, i, 34v
Of all the girls in our town, or black or yellow or fair or brown
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MS Eng 1038.1, 28v
Of all the girls that e'er was named
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MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 165v
Of all the heavenly gifts
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MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. i, p. 28
Of all the joys we mortals know
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Autograph file, W: Isaac Watts, 12v
Of all the keen conquerors to carpe is our kind
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MS Eng 590, 1
Of all the lords in Scotland fair
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MS Am 2349, xxiv, 436
Of all the meat doth fat increase
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MS Eng 645, 21
Of all the men I ever saw
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MS Eng 834, folder 38
Of all the merry frolics
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Of all the music that I hear (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1471, v, 42v
Of all the northern Scottish chiefs
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MS Am 2349, xviii, p. 29
Of all the plagues mankind possess
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Of all the plagues with which this world abounds
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Of all the pleasures men can have (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1470, 75
Of all the Scottish northern chiefs of high and warlike name
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MS Am 2349, xxvii, 870
Of all the simple things we do, to rub over a whimsical life,
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MS Eng 1038.1, 28v
Of all the sots with which the nation's curs'd
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Of all the trades of London
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MS Eng 629, 122
Of all the treasure which this world doth hold
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MS Am 929, 84
Of all the vermin that did e'er debase
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Of all things, sir, I hate a parasite
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MS Eng 584, 68
Of all trades he is the worst
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MS Eng 702, 24
Of all your games at cards, sir (incomplete)
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MS Eng 616, i, 33
Of Anna's charms let others tell
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MS Eng 629, 83
Of arm in arm, and what is written next (incomplete)
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MS Keats 3.2, 238
Of blasted expectations, and of joys
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MS Am 1919, 41
Of blasted hopes amd of short withering joys
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MS Am 888F, 14
Of Brazen Nose ale let Brazen Nose students tell
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MS Eng 692, 58v
Of buds into ripe flowers, or by the flitting (incomplete)
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Of Catesby, Faux, and Garnet, a story I'll you tell-a
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MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. ii, p. 128
Of civil dudgeon many a bard
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Of English kings here lies the beauteous flower
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MS Eng 766, 256v
Of Englishmen the scourge, of Welsh the protector
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MS Eng 766, 141v
Of fields I write famous for mighty lust
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Of flattering speech with sugared words beware
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MS Typ 14, 30
Of future things we very little know (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, iii, 76v
Of hoods demolish'd, towers laid full low (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, iii, 97v
Of hopes defeated, and short transient joys
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MS Am 1919, 31v
Of H's birth this was the happy lot
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Of kings and keysers great, lo, concord joins the hands
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MS Typ 14, 94
Of late it chanced (which I have proved well)
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MS Eng 247.5, 47v
Of late two dainties were before me placed
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MS Keats 3.10 (26)
Of lingering love misliking grows
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MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. iii, p. 19
Of Linster, fam'd for maidens fair
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MS Eng 612, ii, 30
Of man's pursuits in this wide sea of life
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MS Eng 612, ii, 14
Of many faults rhyme is, perhaps, the cause (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, ii, 61v
Of mercy and of judgement both
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MS Eng 639, 13v
Of Niobe, behold the rueful plight
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MS Typ 14, 23
Of old in Scotland history 'tis said in
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MS Eng 1502 (3), 119
Of old things, ancient best appears
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MS Eng 1015, 122
Of open foes we always may beware
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MS Typ 14, 76v
Of small hounds had she that she fed (incomplete)
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Of swift diseases choak ye dangerous feed (incomplete)
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MS Eng 631, 10
Of that short roll of friends writ in my heart
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Of the gay silvan god that widely roves (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, ii, 6v
Of the lovely twin sisters the pride of the arts
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MS Thr 198, folder 27
Of the various passions such joys that impart
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MS Thr 198, folder 57
Of these, some beaus, and some precise in bands (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, ii, 64v
Of thieves the Cantab has no dread
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MS Eng 692, 56v
Of two fair Richmonds different ages boast
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MS Eng 768 (vol. 1), 41
Of wealth, ye powers, I want but little store
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MS Eng 676F, 30
Of yore, in old England it tires [?] our thought good [indecipherable]
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Autograph file, S: Sir Walter Scott, 1
Of your great hands I ask
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MS Eng 628, 162
Of vernal pleasures, or of rural swains
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MS Am 1919, 28v
Of villains, rebels, cuckolds, pimps, and spies
hou01423c00435
MS Eng 633, 76v
Of wondrous art my muse delighted sings
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MS Eng 612, ii, 80
Of you I say only upholder of my life
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MS Eng 540
Off they've ta'en his jewels fine (incomplete)
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MS Am 2349, xxi, 18
Offspring of a tuneful sire
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MS Eng 768 (vol. 1), 31
Offspring of nature though the child of art
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MS Eng 1323, 31
Oft Faunus leaves Arcadia's plain
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MS Eng 611, i, 138v
Oft hae I kaimed queen Mary's head
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MS Eng 1470, 286
Oft have I played at the cards and the dice
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MS Eng 1498, 28v
Oft have I sat in secret sighs
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Autograph file, W: Isaac Watts, 17v
Oft have I seen in the cold thorny brake (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, i, 133v
Oft have I vow'd ne'er to love one
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MS Eng 1471, v, 9
Oft have I wished a traveller to be
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MS Eng 631, 43v
Oft have you seen a swan superbly frowning
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MS Keats 3.12, 37v
Oft in the stilly night
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MS Am 988, 1
Oft o'er my brain does that strange rapture roll (incomplete)
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MS Lowell 20 (43), p. 3
Oft pining care in rich brocades is dressed
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MS Eng 612, ii, 13
Oft taking physic makes a man very patient (incomplete)
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MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
Oft to my lyre I strive to sing
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MS Eng 692, 49v
Oft to their vanity we owe
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MS Eng 602F, 17v
Oh, assist me, you powers, who have rhymes at command
hou01423c00125
MS Eng 808 (8), 20
Oh, beauteous nymph, do not so much delight (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 100v
Oh! blest with temper, whose unclouded ray (incomplete)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, ii, 11
Oh book! Infinite sweetness! let my heart
hou01423c00464
MS Eng 631, 27
Oh! calumny, thou worst of woes (incomplete)
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 28v
Oh Charity! our helpless nature's pride
hou01423c00021
MS Eng 569.65, 25
Oh Chatterton, how very sad thy fate
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Oh, could I worship might beneath the stars
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MS Am 1745.3, 2
Oh, do not at this small restraint repine (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, iii, 28
Oh, do not die, for I shall hate
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Oh Errol is a bonny place
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MS Eng 1471, iii, 63
Oh! ever skilled to wear the form we love
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MS Eng 926, 82
Oh, eyes leave off your weeping
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MS Eng 1495, 7
Oh, fallen greenhouse, thou art now forgotten
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MS Eng 926, 37v
Oh father, since the fatal day
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MS Mus 237, i, 24
Oh fie! Sir, all my blushes rise (incomplete)
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MS Eng 616, i, 11
Oh, for the poet voice that swells
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MS Eng 601.66, 30
Oh, from these sterner aspects of thy face (incomplete)
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MS Am 2152, 1
Oh gentlest maiden may London shed
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MS Eng 505
Oh, give me rest! My weary feet
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MS Am 988, 8v
Oh, glorious Creator of the skies
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MS Eng 926, 19v
Oh God, which didst from all eternity
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MS Eng 623
Oh, gold! why call we misers miserable (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1274, ch. 5
Oh golden tongued romance with serene lute
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Oh, happiness of life, and innocence (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, iii, 10
Oh Heaven, how gracious had creation been (incomplete)
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MS Eng 265.6, v. 2 (twice)
Oh, Hellespont, deliver me my love
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MS Eng 926, 39
Oh hope, oh comfort of a parent's age (incomplete)
hou01423c00439
MS Eng 505
Oh! how easy is a woman
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MS Eng 616, i, 14
Oh! how I hurried am
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MS Eng 614, 73
Oh! how I love, on a fair summer's eve
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Oh how I should like to see Jane and Letitia
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MS Eng 935, urn, 29
Oh how I tremble for thy virgin heart (incomplete)
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MS Eng 680, 63
Oh! how wretched is my fate
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MS Eng 1260 Folder 47, folder 47
Oh, I hae lost my silken snood
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MS Eng 1486 (3), 37
Oh, I will sing to you a song
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MS Eng 1471, v, 205
Oh, if my verse could lure thee back again
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MS Eng 834, folder 34
Oh! Jemmy's a lad so gay
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MS Eng 895, 78
Oh Kenmure's on an' awa', Willie
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MS Eng 1486 (3), 30v
Oh King, supreme! All-gracious father hear
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MS Eng 926, 19
Oh, Lady Mary Anne looks owre the castle wa'
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MS Eng 1486 (3), 52v
Oh lassie I maun lo'e thee
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MS Eng 1486 (3), 40v
Oh! lead me to some solitary gloom (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, i, 86
Oh, let me not serve so as those men serve
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Oh, let me serve so as those men serve
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MS Eng 966.3, 24
Oh, let me shroud my blushes in your bosom (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, iii, 3v
Oh, let the goblet pass unquaffed
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MS Keats 3.13, i, 24v
Oh, life, thou nothing's younger brother
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MS Eng 584, 89v
Oh, love if a god thou wilt be
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MS Eng 895, 66v
Oh! make me my first, 'tis a rational prayer
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MS Eng 1323, 21v
Oh, man! Most liable to vice, therefore most beast (incomplete)
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MS Eng 616, i, 45
Oh Mary Hamilton to the kirk is gane
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MS Eng 1486 (3), 34
Oh may thy God thy voice in mercy hear
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MS Eng 1461, 204
O memory, thou fond deceiver
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MS Thr 198, folder 32
Oh memory, torture me no more
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MS Am 988, 9v
Oh, mither, I hae a batchelor been
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MS Eng 1444, 30v
Oh most unhappy Dido
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MS Keats 3.13, i, 56v
Oh, my black soul, now thou art summoned
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O my Nassau did you see how I languish
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MS Eng 629, 129v
Oh, my one love's fair as the hill's virgin snows
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MS Am 1972, 27v
Oh! no, we never mention her, her name is never heard
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MS Keats 3.13, ii, 35v
Oh, open the door some pity to share
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MS Eng 1486 (3), 36
Oh, pour upon my soul again
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Autograph file, A: Washington Allston, 1
Oh Randal was a bonnie lad
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MS Am 2349, ii, p. 125, p. 131, p. 132
Oh, sacred innocence, that sweetly sleeps (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, iii, 6v
Oh Satan, to ease me of many strange fears
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MS Eng 606, 43
Oh! say what is this sense of life
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MS Eng 629, 47v
Oh shall I speak, or shall I silent be
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MS Eng 628, 177
Oh, sir, you are lord of the ascendant (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, iii, 4
Oh! sister, sister, take me out again (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1444, 40v
Oh slow to smite and swift to spare
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MS Am 1922 (498), item 20
Oh solitude! if I must with thee dwell
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MS Keats 3.12, 46
Oh sorrow cease, good love begin
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MS Eng 1494, 17
O stately pile, where oft the sprightly muse (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, ii, 63v
Oh strange that death should have indulged the whim
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MS Keats 3.13, i, 54
Oh, Strephon! what makes you so bold
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MS Eng 895, 86
Oh sweet it is in good green wood
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MS Eng 1496, 6
Oh that desire would leave to live that long hath looked to die
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MS Eng 1495, 21v
Oh, that I could a sin once see
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MS Eng 631, 29
Oh! that I could by some new chymic art
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MS Eng 636F, 42
Oh that I could one blemish find
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MS Eng 629, 22v
Oh that I knew how all thy lights combine
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MS Eng 631, 27v
Oh! that mine eyes would melt into a flood
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MS Eng 584, 24
Oh, that some genius whose poetic voice
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MS Eng 1104, 8
Oh! that some welcome blaze of lightning now (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, ii, 55v
Oh, the bibby, bobby fellows, topsy turvy
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MS Thr 198, folder 40
Oh the broom, the bonny bonny broom (incomplete)
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MS Am 2349, xxvii, 876
Oh, the gallant fisher's life
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MS Eng 1490, 80v
Oh! there is A deep sweet feeling in the human heart (incomplete)
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MS Keats 3.13, i, 27 and 79
Oh, there was a bonny wee laddie
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MS Eng 1486 (3), 41
Oh! think what pleasure 'twill afford
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MS Eng 1323, 36
Oh! those were truly golden times
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MS Eng 1323, 22
O thou! by heaven ordained to be
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MS Keats 3.13, ii, 1v
Oh thou great and glorious God
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MS Eng 926, 67v
Oh thou, or what remains of thee
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MS Eng 1279 (1-4), 1
Oh thou sweet smiling power whose gentle sway
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MS Eng 926, 13v
Oh! thou white liver'd meager traitor, Death (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, ii, 51
Oh thou whose name is greatest of all names
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MS Typ 49, 132
Oh time, with wings thou well may'st painted be (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, iii, 82
Oh unbelief! how long hast thou
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MS Eng 614, 49v
Oh, wash that drap frae off your cheek
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MS Eng 1486 (3), 33
Oh weel's me on my ain man
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MS Eng 1486 (3), 26
Oh, welcome the day when our Wodehouse's cause
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MS Eng 569.63, 18v
Oh, whare are ye gaun, says the false knight upon the road (incomplete)
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MS Eng 862.1, unbound leaf at end
Oh, whare away got ye that auld crookit bawbee
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MS Eng 1471, iii, 66
Oh! what a pain it is to see
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MS Eng 895, 62
Oh what care I for James or George (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1500, vi, 4v
Oh what makes you sae dull an' sad
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Oh, where are ye goin', sweet Robin
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MS Eng 1486 (3), 55v
Oh when has the Ecile his home
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MS Eng 1505, 17
Oh, when will Cupid show such art
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MS Eng 686, 63
Oh, where for shelter will the guilty fly (incomplete)
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MS Eng 680, back cover
Oh, where hae ye been a' the day
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MS Eng 1486 (3), 42
Oh where hae ye been, Lord Ronald, my son
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MS Eng 1486 (3), 15v
Oh! where is the voice of summer heard
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*82-408, 35
Oh, who can look on that celestial face
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MS Am 1588 (7), 1
Oh, who'll comb my yellow locks (incomplete)
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MS Am 2349, xxiii, 353
Oh woman, if by simple wile
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MS Eng 692, 39v
Oh, woman, in our hours of ease (incomplete)
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MS Keats 3.13, i, 70v
Oh, wondrous Town, what wondrous ways thou hast
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MS Am 2152, folder 14
Oh would kind heav'n but be so much my friend (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, iii, 98v
Oh, wound us not with this sad tale! forbear
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MS Eng 966.7, 100v
Oh ye commons and peers who are bound by your day
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MS Eng 629, 130
Oh Yellow Grame sat in siller wood
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MS Eng 1486 (3), 62
Ohone! they cried, and shak'd their heads (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, ii, 46v
Old, and abandoned by each venal friend
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MS Eng 926, 59
Old counsellor Double, well-versed in the laws
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MS Eng 629, 126v
Old friends shall still seem near them
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MS Am 1428 (168)
Old Graham he is to Carlisle gone
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MS Eng 862, 58
Old Grahame he is to Carlisle gone
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MS Am 2349, xxvii. 859 and 862
Old Hay to show a most elegant taste
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MS Eng 834, folder 66
Old Haywood writes and proves in some degrees
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MS Eng 121, 3v
Old Jacob's blessed offspring numbered are
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MS Typ 49, 16v
Old Justice Chives, he married two wives
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MS Am 1175.5
Old Meg she was a gypsy
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MS Keats 1.33, 1
Old night had more than half her progress run (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, i, 80v
Old plays, like mistresses, long since enjoyed
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MS Eng 808 (8), 83
Old Proteus, player-like Pallenian (incomplete)
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MS Eng 631, 8v
Old Quibus with yet a colt's tooth
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MS Thr 198, insert at p. 68 of bound volume following folder 142
Old stories tell us There is a month call'd October, which brings in (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, iii, 35
Old times have seen the work of wars debate
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MS Eng 934, 12
Old Toby called his loving son
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MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. i, p. 9
Old Wans Cott is i' the' right, with a hey, with a hey
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MS Eng 633, 75v
Old Zoilus the sourest Dame Critice bore
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Autograph file, John Digmore 18 Oct. 1717, 1
Older and wiser, has long a proverb been
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MS Eng 633, 39v
Older and wiser has long time a proverb been
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MS Eng 585, 198
On a fair mead a dunghill lay
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MS Eng 629, 74
On a hill there grows a flower
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MS Eng 1495, 8
On adamant our wrongs we all engrave (incomplete)
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MS Eng 616, i, 17v
On April th'eleventh, a day so renowned
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MS Eng 629, 127
On Cannock when the sun was low
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MS Eng 569.63, 18
On Carron's side the primrose pale (incomplete)
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MS Am 2349, v, p. 179
On craggy rocks and haughty mountain's top
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MS Typ 14, 90
On earth I am a wondrous salt
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MS Eng 1488, 43v
On either side he could dispute (incomplete)
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MS Keats 3.13, ii, 16
On Epstonstall field was set
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MS Eng 1107, folder 8
On Ettrick banks there lived a man
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MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 192
On fair Asteria's blissful plains
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MS Eng 611, i, 94
On fair Idulia's fertile plain (incomplete)
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MS Eng 616, i, 72v
On golden fleece did Phryxus pass the wave
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MS Typ 14, 71
On him whose very soul was here
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Autograph file, W:William Whitehead, 1
On holy hillys most famous of renown
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MS Eng 1482, Harl 2255, 135
On it most men are born and die
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MS Eng 834, folder 39
On July seventh, the sooth to say
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MS Eng 1497, i, 61
On Lintoc top there is a mist (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1470, 147
On M-ll's head a mitre thrown
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MS Eng 569.65, 31
On misdemeanors why should great ones stand
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MS Eng 228, 8
On parent knees a naked newborn child
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MS Eng 680, 82v
On Pentland hills I sit to weep
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MS Eng 1471, vii, 176
On pleasure's gladsome wing repair
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MS Eng 1143
On Pomery. royal hill, where Romans long (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, i, 61
On resounding pinions borne
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MS Eng 692, 19
On some craggy rock I'm contented to dwell
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MS Am 1177, 11v
On Sunday at six in the street that's called Gerrard's
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MS Eng 629, 21v
On Sunday following not a man (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, ii, 42v
On a bank of a river close under a shade
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MS Eng 1491 (3), 72v
On the blythe beltane as I went
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On the fifteenth of December
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MS Eng 686, 66
On the god's will, with patience, you must wait (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, iii, 21v
On the green my parents ranging
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MS Am 1177, 2v
On the lone, bleak moor
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MS Eng 935, urn, 47v
On the south side o' Perth
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On these, when simply drest, I dine (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, ii, 77v
On this sweet spot my thoughts I'll write
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MS Eng 731, folder 221
On Virgil all the rural muses smile (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, iii, 135v
On yonder tuft of hazel trees
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Autograph file, A: Washington Allston, 1
On Yougies banks in days of yore
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MS Am 2349, ii, 35
Once, and but once found in thy company
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Once, and not far from whence those seats are seen
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MS Eng 555, 20v
Once as I was in my pleasure it is true
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MS Eng 895, 56
Once I did love the fairest lassie
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MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 268
Once foes, perhaps, together now they rest
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MS Eng 569.65, 27v
Once how I doted on this jilting town
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Once I beheld the lovely dame
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MS Eng 834, folder 40
Once I lov'd a charming creature
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MS Eng 1491 (3), 74
Once I would bid the man go hang
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Autograph file, L: W. S. Landor, 1
Once in the flight of ages past
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MS Keats 3.13, i, 63v
Once on a time he turned upholster (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, ii, 80
Once on a time, in sunshine weather
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MS Eng 629, 79v
Once on a time myself and Emeritus
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MS Keats 2.15.1, 25
Once on occasion two good friends of mine
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MS Eng 121, 5
Once more, great prince, in shining arms appear
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*EC7. M3436 Z 722c, 117v
Once more I see thee, Skiddaw, once again
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MS Eng 934, 3
Once more I'll tune the vocal shell
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Once more kick'd out and hurried to the grave
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MS Eng 606, 40v
Once more the gate behind me falls (incomplete)
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MS Eng 870, folder 96
Once musing as I lay, within my loathed bed
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MS Eng 1494, 12
Once there was a jolly kind squire
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MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 49
Once, thou fair tempter of my heedless youth
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MS Eng 611, i, 36v
One calls me friend, yet urges me to pay
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MS Eng 966.7, 18v
One Can change and vary with all forms he sees (incomplete)
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MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
One came to try a friend for twenty pound
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MS Eng 247.6, 1v
One day, sitting in her bower window
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MS Eng 1470, 71
One day the amorous Lysander
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MS Eng 636F, 62
One day, whiles that my daily cares did sleep (incomplete)
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One evening as I lay
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MS Eng 512, 51v
One evening as I walk'd to take the air
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MS Am 1369, 13
One evening at ambrosial feast
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MS Eng 1038.1, 14v
One evening in June as the day did advance
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MS Am 2349, ii, 37
One fatal remembranceone sorrow that throws (incomplete)
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MS Eng 630, 62
One father had 12 sons, and every brother
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MS Eng 686, 60v
One father had twelve sons, these each a race
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MS Eng 768 (vol. 1), 46v
One friend in three choice bodies have I found
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MS Eng 686, 93v
One gapes, a second nods, a third he winks (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, ii, 83
One hand with wings would fly unto the stars
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MS Typ 14, 39v
One hoped by satire, he himself (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, ii, 65
One loves because he hath a mistress fair
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MS Eng 703, 18v
One, making many, brings some unto rest
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MS Eng 1015, 75v
One man alone, the father of us all (incomplete)
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MS Keats 3.13, ii, 29v
One morn before me were three figures seen
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One morn, when hoary winter 'gan his reign (incomplete)
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MS Eng 616, i, 67
One night as I lay on my bed
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One night as I lay on my bed, all on my bed asleep
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MS Eng 1143
One night I chanced to rove (incomplete)
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MS Am 2349, ii, p. 228
One night when Death resembling sleep had clos'd
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MS Am 1919, 2
One only dame did yet remain (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, ii, 130
One popular air so flatt'ry feeds (incomplete)
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MS Eng 631, 15v
One summer eve I marked a little cloud
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MS Am 988, 24v
One summer's eve as Strephon rov'd
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MS Eng 895, 7
One that knows everything that God thought fit
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MS Eng 116.6, folder vi.8
One told a gentleman His son should be a man-killer and be hanged for't (incomplete)
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MS Eng 265.6, v. 2 (twice)
One Tuesday evening we rambled
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MS Eng 1491 (3), 46
One well spent hour In such a tender circumstance for friends (incomplete)
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Autograph file, B: Robert Burns, 1
One whose conversation and sweet temper would drive (incomplete)
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MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
One whose hand will never scant From his poor store of fruits all thou canst want (incomplete)
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MS Keats 4.20.4, 1v
One world suffic'd not the Pellean king (incomplete)
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MS Eng 631, 3v
Only tell her that I love
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MS Eng 512, 11v
Onward, perpetually moving
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MS Keats 3.13, i, 13
Onwards, still onwards see the people fly
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MS Eng 569.67, 6
Open and free, honest in word and thought (incomplete)
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MS Eng 616, i, 6
Open, blest Elisium grove
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MS Eng 785, 46
Open lock To the dead man's knock (incomplete)
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MS Eng 957, 5
Open thy gates, O Hanover! display
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MS Eng 265.2, folder 14
Opening his eyelids with a healthier brain (incomplete)
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MS Keats 3.2, 238v
Opening on Neptune with fair blessed beams (incomplete)
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MS Keats 3.3, p. 21
Oppressed with his corns, he no faster can crawl (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, ii, 84v
Oppressors big with pride, when she appear'd
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MS Eng 602F, 52v
Or as when Nimrod lofty Babel built (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, iii, 95v
Or could say The ship would swim an hour, which by good luck (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1274, ch. 79
Or else a poem, praising to the skies (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, ii, 65v
Or is't the worthy country squire (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, ii, 88
Or let my lamp at midnight hour (incomplete)
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MS Typ 603, folder 4
Or picture out the quaint and curious bending (incomplete)
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MS Keats 2.8.1, 1v
Or rare your vamping valor, goodman Cobbler (incomplete)
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MS Eng 265.6, v. 2 (twice)
Or scorn or pity on me take
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MS Eng 626, 67v
Or scorn or on me pity take
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MS Eng 703, 34v
Order is given for a hunting of Venus
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MS Eng 1488, 40v
Orpheus, the gods' interpreter, from blood (incomplete)
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MS Eng 631, 10v
Others apart, the spacious hall prepare (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, iii, 134v
Others can statutes cast in breathing brass (incomplete)
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MS Eng 631, 3v
Others do deem 't a trick of bliss
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MS Eng 645, 53
Others false tongues can you believe
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MS Eng 895, 63
Others in tented fields rejoice (incomplete)
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MS Eng 616, i, 10
Others may tell how grand, how great
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MS Eng 614, 41
Others on earth o'er human race preside (incomplete)
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MS Eng 731, folder 275, 5
Our author once was one that drove a trade
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MS Eng 808 (8), 12
Our bishops oft pose us to know who they are
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MS Eng 569.63, 2v
Our earth as it rolls through the regions of space
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Our God and physicians are honored alike
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MS Eng 692, 22
Our going out, our coming in
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MS Eng 614, 32v
Our granums of old were so piously nice
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MS Eng 834, folders 41 and 42
Our greatest blessings make the shortest stay
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MS Eng 612, ii, 112
Our gudeman's awa' to the Merse
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MS Eng 1497, ii, 62 and 144
Our Gudeman's aye frae hame
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MS Eng 1504, 5v
Our Jockey sal have our Jenny hope I
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MS Eng 540
Our joys when extended will always increase
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MS Keats 3.13, ii, 32 and 94
Our kyng seyde, what new tydyng (incomplete)
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MS Am 2349, xxviii, 959
Our monarchs whore from France is come
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Our next new play, if this mode hold in vogue
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MS Eng 808 (8), 34
Our parliament is meet on a hellish design
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MS Eng 1497, ii, 91v
Our passion gone, and reason in the throne
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MS Eng 602F, 7
Our passions, like ourselves, are fram'd to die
hou01423c00471
MS Eng 602F, 3v
Our queen's fallen sick, and very sick (incomplete)
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MS Eng 862, 242v
Our queen's sick and very sick
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MS Eng 1498, 21
Our rebel party of late
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Our reverent Dean with his band starched clean
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MS Eng 686, 50
Our Scottishmen are beggars yet
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MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. ii, p. 177 tipped in
Our sensibilities are so acute (incomplete)
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MS Keats 3.13, ii, 6
Our sex are all refin'd, and now (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 59
Our sex may merit censure: But I hope
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 9v
Our shadow flees if we the same pursue
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MS Typ 14, 75
Our shepherd alone
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 33v
Our ship is well fitted and ready to sail
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 18
Our ship sailed to the north country
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MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 196
Our ship she did sail to the north countrie
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MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 208
Our storm is past, and that storm's tyrannous rage
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Our talk grew somewhat serious, as may be (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1274, ch. 63
Our tragic scene, you see, is not yet past (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, iii, 22v
Our voices now unite
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MS Mus 237, ii, 34
Our vows are heard betimes! and Heaven takes care
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MS Eng 584, 17
Our weaker sex glories in a surprise (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, iii, 55v
Our young Henry arm'd with all the arts, That sat with empire, and the gain of hearts (incomplete)
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MS Eng 540
Out bespoke her daughter dear (incomplete)
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MS Am 2349, xviii, p. 27
Out of a fired ship, which by no way
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Out of me alone thou canst not bring
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MS Eng 1488, 42
Out of Venus love make thee a stone
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MS Eng 1488, 41v
Out over the Forth I look to the North
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MS Eng 1486 (3), 36v
Out then spak his auld faither (incomplete)
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Out upon it, I have loved
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MS Eng 703, 68
Over Greatness of bulk or symmetry of parts (incomplete)
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MS Keats 3.13, ii, 122v
Over hills, over dales, over high mountains
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MS Eng 1471, v, 49
Over the great windy waters, and over the clear-crested summits (incomplete)
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Unidentified
Over the hill and over the dale (incomplete)
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Ovid sometimes a Seneca would be (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, iii, 133v
Ovid upon his banishment from Julia (incomplete)
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MS Eng 631, 4
Owld Oliver's gone, owld Oliver's gone
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MS Eng 645, 50v
Oyes henceforwards sit omnibus sit notum
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MS Eng 606, 84v


P
P loved me not as he loved his friends
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Paint, ladies, paint, and laugh, talk loud, and lie
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MS Eng 228, 18v
Painter, you are come, but may be gone
hou01423c00028
MS Eng 626, 69v
Painter, where was 't thy former works did cease
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MS Eng 624, 19v
Palace roof of cloudless nights
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*EC8. Sh445. 929n, 15
Pall the quick sense, and crush th'expected joy (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 10v
Pallas, Juno, Venus, on bushy Ida mount
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MS Eng 1494, 21
Palmira's prospect, with her tumbling walls
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MS Am 1448 (nos. 20-63), 62
Pardon, thou saint, a man in love untaught (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, iii, 8v
Parent of good, whose plenteous grace
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MS Eng 614, 126
Parent of happiness, thou well-wigged god
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MS Eng 703, 64
Parent stream of light divine
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MS Eng 623
Paris Gazette say tho 'tis not your way
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MS Eng 834, folder 43
Parker his speech had scarcely done (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 46
Parsons and lawyers both, you'll find
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 52v
Parting they seem'd to tread upon the air (incomplete)
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Passions are likened best to flows and streams
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MS Eng 686, 11v
Passions are likened best to floods and streams
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 2
Past sorrows, let us moderately lament them (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, iii, 5v
Pastora's come with myrtle crowned
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MS Eng 895, 19v
Patriots informed with Apostolic light (incomplete)
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*EC8. W8915.838s, p. 413
Paul bids, cast off the old man with his vice
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MS Typ 49, 120v
Paul earnestly the master doth request
hou01423c00358
MS Typ 49, 126v
Paul shows to Timothy a bishop must
hou01423c00358
MS Typ 49, 125
Paul to Corinth from Phillipy sends
hou01423c00358
MS Typ 49, 117v
Pause awhile, my pretty muse
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MS Eng 1495, 24v
Pause here and think: a monitory rhyme
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, ii, 21
Pay truly what thou owest
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MS Eng 247, 84v
Peace, and be with your lot contented
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MS Thr 198, folder 40
Peace, fluttering soul! the storm is o'er
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MS Eng 614, 115v
Peace guides her steps as St. John leads the way (incomplete)
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MS Eng 731, folder 275, 9
Peace is the word; a glorious cause for joy
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Autograph file, B: Robert Bloomfield, 1
Peace now and dry your eyes glad tidings do bring
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MS Eng 247.5, 69
Peace, prattler, do not lowre
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MS Eng 631, 32
Peace spreads around her balmy wings (incomplete)
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*82-408, 145v
Peaceful our valley, fair and green
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MS Eng 327 (88), 1
Peacocks and whores are near allied (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, ii, 91
Pembroke, rejoioce at Gibson's faultless lay
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MS Eng 569.65, 3v
People your chains are severing . . . (incomplete)
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*EC8. W8915.838s, p. 109
Perfect and prudent Richard by right the second
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MS Eng 766, 351v
Perfect I was in Adam's loins
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MS Eng 611, iii, 44
Perfection peerless virtue without pride
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MS Eng 1495, 25
Perhaps this little fable may make us merry
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Perhaps you'll find Some pretty stories in the hangings then (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2 (twice)
Permit then before you go
hou01423c00212
MS Thr 198, folder 58
Perseus, last night, as soon as thou wast fled (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 99
Phillis, as her wine she sipp'd
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MS Eng 1491 (3), 78v
Phillis at first seem'd much afraid
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 49
Phillis, be gentle, I advise
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MS Eng 636F, 36v
Phillis fair, and why so coy
hou01423c00050
MS Eng 645, 71v
Phillis, the time is come that we must sever
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MS Eng 808 (8), 44
Phillis, you ask me why I do pursue
hou01423c00125
MS Eng 808 (8), 96
Philo with twelve years' study hath been grieved
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Philomel was a word by a lusty youth
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MS Eng 686, 55
Phoebus, from whom this fair her wit derives
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MS Eng 768 (vol. 1), 40v
Phoebus, of rapid, nor of wild career
hou01423c00039
MS Eng 926, 34
Physician! I fear me he is past my skill (incomplete)
hou01423c00285
MS Keats 2.24.7, 1v
Physician nature! let my spirit blood
hou01423c00187
MS Keats 3.10 (6)
Physician of my sin-sick soul
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, ii, 46
Physicians are like hemp They brook no contradiction (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
Physicians are like kings (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
Physician's vassal kept at first to trot (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 65v
Physics hand Are apt us to destroy as to preserve (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
Picked like a red stag, from the fallow herd (incomplete)
hou01423c00144
MS Eng 1274, ch. 34
Pinch you but in one vice, away you fly (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 10v
Pious Selinda goes to prayers
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 25v
Pity could be no more
hou01423c00117
MS Eng 1167, 54
Pity, kind heav'n, and right an injur'd maid (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 118v
Pity the private cabal
hou01423c00435
MS Eng 633, 69v
Place me, O! place me soon, ye guardian pow'rs
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 116
Placed in the Arab's clime, he would have been (incomplete)
hou01423c00144
MS Eng 1274, ch. 15
Planters uphold are for tobacco made
hou01423c00035
MS Eng 247.5, 61
Players and patentees at law are hot
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 126v
Players, tho' not in favor with the laws
hou01423c00491
MS Eng 674, 13
Plays heightened by gay cloths and gawdy scenes (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, iii, 27
Pleasantest companion this
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 75v
Pleas'd with this flatt'ring thought, the love-sick boy (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 124
Pleasures lie thickest where no pleasures seem
hou01423c00241
MS Keats 6.1
Pleasures like posting guests make but small stay
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 12
Plung'd in the depths from thence, O Lord
hou01423c00400
MS Eng 639, 17v
Poems are climes, faces, and tempers, one
hou01423c00387
MS Eng 228, 26
Poets an hundred voices use to crave
hou01423c00056
MS Eng 899, 35
Poets are supreme heads, and royal things
hou01423c00387
MS Eng 228, 14
Poets come all, and each one take a pen
hou01423c00441
MS Eng 1495, 5v
Poets, lay down your pens, let fancy leave to feign
hou01423c00441
MS Eng 1495, 19
Poets may sing of girls in frocks
hou01423c00021
MS Eng 569.65, 43v
Poets we prize, when in their verse we find
hou01423c00471
MS Eng 602F, 18
Poets, you know, were such faint-hearted wretches (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 67v
Pomona, lovely in each shape or dress (incomplete)
hou01423c00041
MS Eng 265.6, v. 2 (twice)
Pomposo's words are great 'tis true
hou01423c00107
MS Eng 692, 24
Poor Ann's affections Henry won
hou01423c00314
MS Eng 1260 Folder 47, folder 46
Poor Dorothy, confined for life
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 56v
Poor Bardus, you say, scarce a livlihood gets (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 38v
Poor George King to King George presents his petition
hou01423c00039
MS Eng 926, 57v
Poor, ill-instructed, wretched womankind (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 8
Poor is the friendless master of a world (incomplete)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, i, 79
Poor Jeanie's ta'en a sudden tout
hou01423c00445
MS Eng 1491 (3), 56
Poor ladies! tho their business be to play
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 116v
Poor lines, if e'er you fortunately stand
hou01423c00387
MS Eng 228, 11v
Poor, little foal of an oppressed race
hou01423c00080
MS Am 1622 (36), 1
Poor Orra, think of Yanko dear
hou01423c00212
MS Thr 198, folder 32
Poor Pilate, thou art like to lose thy princke
hou01423c00402
MS Eng 628, 164v
Poor Tinga mourn her Peeloboo
hou01423c00039
MS Eng 926, 68v
Poor W-dh-m accustomed to shuffle and cut
hou01423c00015
MS Eng 569.63, 21
Pope called Newton an ape, and the thought was quite new
hou01423c00015
MS Eng 569.63, 34v
Popish confession oft has been
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 233
Pour down, poor eyes, the tears of true distress
hou01423c00441
MS Eng 1495, 25v
Pours through their opening woodlands milder day (incomplete)
hou01423c00114
MS Am 1448 (nos. 20-63), 52
Praise everlasting praise be paid
hou01423c00368
Autograph file, W: Isaac Watts, 6
Praise from the eternal King
hou01423c00456
MS Eng 584, 92
Praise Him, ye seasons! spring with youthful face (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 23
Praise the Lord with awful mirth
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 3v
Praise to the God of all the earth
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 34v
Praise to the God that walks the sky
hou01423c00369
Autograph file, W: Isaac Watts, 2
Prates all the day, then topes 'till he gets drunk (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 48
Pray, neighbor, give ear
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 85v
Pray papa, pray mamma
hou01423c00018
MS Eng 1323, 71 tipped in
Prayer is the soul's sincere desire
hou01423c00446
MS Eng 630, 46v
Preace for the rude volume and commend me
hou01423c00409
MS Eng 766, 1v
Preach faith and justice, bend the sainted knee (incomplete)
hou01423c00114
MS Am 1448 (nos. 20-63), 52
Preferment, like a game at bowls
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 66v
Pregnant again with th'old twins hope and tears
hou01423c00005
MS Eng 966.5, 111
Presumptuous Pan did strive Apollo's skill to pass
hou01423c00395
MS Typ 14, 90v
Pretty Armida will be kind
hou01423c00105
MS Eng 895, 52v
Pretty is the story I hae to tell
hou01423c00466
MS Eng 1444, 16 and 42
Pretty parrot say when I was away
hou01423c00029
MS Eng 512, 50v
Pretty Polly she mounted her milk-white steed
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxi, 23
Pride, dissention and anger destroyeth a house (incomplete)
hou01423c00040
MS Eng 1107, folder 20
Pride for the most part
hou01423c00125
MS Eng 808 (8), 31
Pride, lust, ambition and the people's hate
hou01423c00401
MS Eng 624, 26
Pride (of all others the most dangerous fault) (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 61
Pride soars for seraphim too high
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 77
Pride, vainglory, hope, and fear
hou01423c00028
MS Eng 626, 68
Prince Charlie is comes o'er from France
hou01423c00489
MS Eng 1470, 123v
Prince of the mighty isle
hou01423c00042
MS Eng 265.2, folder 8
Prince, you command in vain, forgave [or "forgone"] my wit
hou01423c00048
MS Eng 1502 (3),, 14
Princes are gods, O do not then
hou01423c00007
MS Eng 686, 68v
Princes, which by the right of true succession
hou01423c00028
MS Eng 626, 22v
Printed both pro and con, no matter what (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, ii, 67
Prithee, Emperor, why dost tarry
hou01423c00107
MS Eng 692, 33
Privet hart, who taught thee so to die
hou01423c00127
MS Eng 1278, folder 10
Proceed as thou hast begun and make what haste
hou01423c00405
MS Eng 623
Proceed, dear Marian, as you've begun
hou01423c00039
MS Eng 926, 47v
Proceeding now, in more majestic steps (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 59
Profit, and love, as different are (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii 58
Prometheus when first from heaven high
hou01423c00443
MS Eng 1494, 6
Promise, deceive, betray, or break your trust (incomplete)
hou01423c00431
MS Eng 615, i, 75v
Promoting concord, and composing strife (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 7
Pronounce our doom, we'll patiently submit (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, iii, 135
Propitious omens point our future joys (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 67v
Propp'd by the shouldering torrents of the air (incomplete)
hou01423c00158
MS Eng 947.8, Critique of poems . . . Watts
Prorogued on prorogation, damned rogues and whores
hou01423c00401
MS Eng 624, 45
Protect us, Lord, from fatal harm
hou01423c00114
MS Am 1448 (nos. 20-63), 62
Protty Well's gane to the pleuch
hou01423c00445
MS Eng 1491 (3), 21v
Proud Asmina, Sylla, Maxius make me room
hou01423c00441
MS Eng 1495, 55
Proud Boreas makes a hideous noise
hou01423c00444
MS Eng 1491 (4), i, 141v
Proud women, I scorn you, brisk wine's my delight
hou01423c00029
MS Eng 512, 28v
Provided thus, they haste away (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 46v
Puer mi! paene puella (incomplete)
hou01423c00018
MS Eng 1323, 40
Pullim and Tompson spare their pains
hou01423c00050
MS Eng 645, 69v
Puppies who I now am leaving
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 31
Pure is the dewdrop in the vale
hou01423c00014
MS Eng 1143
Pure link of bodies, where no lust controls
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Pure substances do always mount aloft
hou01423c00044
MS Eng 699, 29
Purples the East with streaky light (incomplete)
hou01423c00085
MS Eng 947.2, 18v
Put not the women into pulpits (incomplete)
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 39
Pythagoras rose at early dawn
hou01423c00057
MS Eng 1038.2, 41


Q
Queen Bettie kept was with France and with Spain
hou01423c00504
MS Eng 1503 (1), 72v
Queen of darkness, sable night
hou01423c00029
MS Eng 512, 11v
Queen Eleanor was a sick woman
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xxv, 622
Queen Jane was in labor for six weeks or more (incomplete)
hou01423c00455
MS Am 2349, xviii, p. 32
Queen Jeanie was in labor for seven weeks in summer
hou01423c00486
MS Eng 1470, in envelope fastened to back cover
Queen Mab and all her company (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 81v
Quick, waft me hence, some gentle dream (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 62
Quickly lay hold on time while in your power (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, ii, 38v
Quivering fears, heart-tearing cares
hou01423c00442
MS Eng 1490, 81
Quoth a Johnian professor beware of our knight
hou01423c00015
MS Eng 569.63, 33v
Quoth he, that horror's very squeamish
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, ii, 16v
Quoth John to his teacher, "Good sir, if you please"
hou01423c00428
MS Eng 612, ii, 89v
Quoth King Robin, our ribbands, I see, are too few
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 22
Quoth Lewis to James, will you tell me the truth
hou01423c00460
MS Eng 586, 238v
Quoth she, I've heard old cunning stagers (incomplete)
hou01423c00189
MS Keats 3.13, ii, 17
Quoth the Duchess of Cleveland to Councillor Knight
hou01423c00465
MS Eng 636F, 140v
Quoth Walpole to Handel, shall we two agree
hou01423c00407
MS Eng 629, 118v


R
Rafael sublime, majestic, graceful, wise
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Rail on, poor feeble scribbler, speak of me
hou01423c00465
MS Eng 636F, 31
Rail on, poor scribbler, speak of me
hou01423c00405
MS Eng 623
Randall wooes many maids, yet none can win
hou01423c00044
MS Eng 699, 30
Rapt in the fond forgetfulness of life (incomplete)
hou01423c00144
MS Eng 1274, ch. 64
Rarely, rarely comest thou
hou01423c00337
*EC8. Sh445. 929n, 16v
Rash and perfidious Duke, these words disown
hou01423c00494
MS Eng 606, 34v
Rash anglers rue late hours; more cautious, I (incomplete)
hou01423c00425
MS Eng 611, i, 91
Rash, groundless anger, all men scorn and hate
hou01423c00430
MS Eng 614, 100
Rather I choose laboriously to bear (incomplete)
hou01423c00045
MS Eng 265, 23v
Ravishments more keen Than Hermes' pipe, when anxious he did lean (incomplete)
hou01423c00179
MS Keats 3.2, 70v
Ray's wife of Aldivalloch
hou01423c00500
MS Eng 1486 (3), 24v
Read, and pity as you go
hou01423c00028
MS Eng 626, 70v
Read me a lesson, muse, and speak it loud
hou01423c00255
MS Keats 1.36, 1v
Read this (if your new bride will suffer) read (incomplete)
hou01423c00432
MS Eng 616, i, 73
Reader, behold what past times did afford
hou01423c00050
MS Eng 645, 6
Reader, beneath this stone survey
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MS Eng 629, 48
Reader, forbear, come not too nigh
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MS Eng 623
Reader hence! and ask not me
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MS Eng 692, 44
Reader, stand still and see, lo, here I am
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MS Eng 1278, folder 12-17, no. 15
Reader, this rude and humble spot contains
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MS Eng 926, 4
Reader, thou standest upon holy ground
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MS Eng 265.2, folder 11
Reader! tread lightly o'er this sod
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MS Eng 692, 56v
Reading the gospel of our Lord, we find
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MS Eng 629, 121v
Ready to break on the awaken'd mind (incomplete)
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MS Eng 505
Rearing their crests amid the cloudless skies
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MS Eng 1329, 3
Reason is our soul's left hand, faith her right
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Reason's mankind's prerogative, no less (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, iii, 84
Rebellious war all melody destroys (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, iii, 103v
Recall your temper, sir, and blame not Cyrus (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, iii, 7v
Receive, dear friend, the truths I teach (incomplete)
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MS Keats 3.13, i, 16v
Reclining near the sable stream
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MS Eng 569.65, 9
Red Cap he was there (incomplete)
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MS Am 2349, xxix, 1095 and 1096
Redeem'd by Christ! ah happy state
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MS Eng 614, 81
Redesdale and Clerk William (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1471, v, 216
Reflection comes with age: 'Tis our decaying life's autumnal fruit (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, i, 100v
Reft of thy fame, thy well-earned honors shorn
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MS Eng 692, 59v
Refuse not, Lord, with thy dear wounds, sustained for my sake
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MS Eng 757, 111v
Rehearse to me, ye sacred sisters nine
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MS Eng 266, 16v
Rejoice, corn-mongers, that your price doth fall
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MS Eng 699, 30
Rejoice in God, O ye tongues; give the glory to the Lord and the Lamb (incomplete)
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MS Eng 719, frag. A
Rejoice, rejoice, for on this day
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MS Eng 834, folder 44
Rejoice, rejoice, with heart and voice
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MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. i, p. 110
Rejoice, the blessed morn appears
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MS Eng 834, folder 45
Rejoice, the Lord is king
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MS Eng 616, ii, 51v
Rejoice, ye good writers, your pens are set free
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MS Eng 629, 88v
Religion first be made your utmost care
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MS Eng 612, ii, 76
Religious Job when told his children dead
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MS Eng 623
Reluctant call it was; the rite delayed (incomplete)
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Reluctant thus the merchant quits his home
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MS Eng 692, 16v
Remember O thou man
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Remember thee! yes, while there's life in this heart
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MS Keats 3.13, i, 21
Remorse is as the heart in which it grows (incomplete)
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MS Keats 3.13, ii, 8
Remote from cities lived a swain
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MS Eng 1038.2, 6
Remove away that black'ning church
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MS Eng 1167, 54
Repeat, and let the echoes deal it round (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, iii, 133v
Repentance to be true and sound
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MS Eng 639, 20
Report did ring the snow did hide the hills
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MS Typ 14, 20v
Res is a harlot, Public's common
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MS Eng 645, 8v
Resolv'd I go, and certain to prevail (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, iii, 43v
Rest awhile you cruel cares
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MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 264
Restless, I pass the tedious day
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MS Eng 629, 40
Restrain your child, you'll soon believe
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MS Eng 1038.2, 25v
Retirement! thou celestial solacer
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MS Eng 611, i, 23
Return, my thoughts, come home
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MS Eng 1227.1, 1
Return, Redeemer, O return
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MS Eng 611, iii, 34
Return, return you happy men
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MS Eng 785, 46v
Return'd, I'll ne'er believe it; first prove him hence
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MS Eng 631, 88v
Revenge is but a frailty incident (incomplete)
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MS Eng 615, i, 75v
Revenge yourself upon her beauty first (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, ii, 55
Reverend John Style, for style we will not jar
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Reverend John Styles, for styles let us not jar
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MS Eng 686, 25v
Reverend Rector
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MS Eng 834, folder 46
Review at night the actions of the day
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MS Eng 606, 93v
Rex and grex are of a sound
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MS Eng 686, 53
Rich in love alone enjoying (incomplete)
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MS Am 2349, v, p. 179
Richmond has charms that continue our claim
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MS Eng 768 (vol. 1), 41v
Riddle me up, dear mother, he says (incomplete)
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MS Am 2349, xxiii, 334 and 335
Ride up, ride up, Lord Douglas, she says
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MS Am 2349, xxi, 65
Rides Charles i' th' Downes, and do we warp and wend
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MS Eng 645, 19v
Right far too longe as now were to recyte
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MS Eng 540
Right honorable virtuous or divine
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MS Eng 623
Rimesters, get wit ere ye pretend to shew it (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, ii, 55
Ring forth your bells, let morning tunes be spread
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MS Eng 1494, 8
Rise, glorious sun! on this most blest of days
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MS Eng 926, 70v
Rise, heir of fresh eternity
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MS Eng 631, 56
Rise, honest muse, to the great subject soar
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MS Am 1369, 8
Rise, mighty God, maintain thy cause
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MS Eng 611, iii. 41v
Rise, my soul, with ardor rise
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MS Eng 614, 127
Rise, oh my soul, with thy desires to heaven
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MS Eng 613, 6
Rise up, rise up, Leezie Lindsay (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1470, 82
Rise up, rise up now, Lord Douglas, she says
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MS Eng 1497, i, 94
Roam where you will, from pole to pole
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MS Eng 569.67, 78
Rob Roy frae the highlands cam
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MS Eng 1471, i, 177
Rob Roy frae the Highlands came
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Rob Roy from the Highlands cam
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Rob Roy from the Highlands came
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MS Eng 1470, 304
Rob Roy is frae the Highlands come
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MS Eng 1497, ii, 29v
Rob's Jock cam to woo our Jenny
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MS Eng 1497, i, 39v
Robbed the Roman geese of half their glories (incomplete)
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MS Eng 731, folder 146
Robin a Devil he swore a vow
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MS Am 2349, ii, p. 139
Robin for Polly to a wedding ring hath desire
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MS Eng 645, 30
Robin he's gone to the wood
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MS Eng 1444, 26v
Robin Hood in the green wood stood
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MS Eng 1471, v, 96
Robin Hood's to Nottingham gane
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MS Eng 1471, v, 147v
Robin, if thou but kiss or sip
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MS Eng 645, 58v
Robin is my ain gude man
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MS Eng 1486 (3), 43
Robin the outlaw! Is there not a mass
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MS Keats 4.14.17, 1
Robin's made his tes'ment
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MS Eng 1444, 32
Rocked in his cradle by the roaring wind (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1274, ch. 11
Rockius so deeply hath vowed ne'er more to come
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MS Eng 966.7, 24v
Roger told his brother clown
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MS Eng 624, 32v
Roll subtly-surging. Pressing on his steps (incomplete)
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MS Eng 947, A.L.s. to Cottle
Rome's story tells of a triumvirate
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Rooke did as bravely Tholouse boat
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MS Eng 606, 29
Roscius deceased, each high aspiring play'r (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, ii, 113v
Roses unbud, and ev'ry fragrant flower (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, iii, 86
Rossinantte, the bright flower of Iberis' breed (incomplete)
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MS Keats 3.4, 4
Roudesdales an' clerk William
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MS Eng 1444, 14v
Rouse you brave for fame and glory
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MS Eng 512, 9
Roused from their bed, by fancy led
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MS Eng 247.5, 72
Row to me, row to me, says Henry Burgin (incomplete)
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MS Am 2349, xxviii, 923
Row your babbie in a clout
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MS Eng 1497, ii, 119v
Royal virgin! Is that all?By my soul's best joy, ambition (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, ii, 51v
Ruin hath taught me thus to ruminate (incomplete)
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MS Eng 265.2, folder 4
Ruin sieze thee, ruthless king
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MS Eng 116.6, folder vi, 20
Run, Artabasus, run, and kneel before her (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, iii, 10


S
S in childhood on the nursery floor
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[word torn away]s make Christ's (body and soul) you need not doubt
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MS Eng 1107, folder 15
Sabidius, I love thee not, yet cannot tell thee why
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MS Eng 699, 9v
Sabina in the dead of night
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MS Eng 895, 56v
Sach-l the learned
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MS Am 1622 (189), 1
Sacred be the Sabbath, fy on filthy pelf
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MS Eng 686, 16
Sacred devotion, that doth cleanse the mind (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, ii, 52v
Sacred to love and harmony
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MS Eng 808 (8), 40
Sad and fearful is the story (incomplete)
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MS Am 2349, v, p. 177
Sad goddess who with downcast eye
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MS Eng 265.2, folder 12
Sad relic of a blessed soul whose trust
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MS Eng 634, 5v
Sad sings the Philomel forlorn (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, i, 71v
Sad tales befit my woe: I'll tell you one (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, iii, 6
[Sad thoughts, avaunt!] partake we their blithe cheer (incomplete)
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Sad thoughts do haunt me still where e'er I go
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MS Eng 686, 58
Sadly they charm, and dismally they please (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, ii, 99v
Sae bauldly he cam frae the Wast
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MS Eng 1470, 42
Safe on a lady's arm my first will rest
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MS Eng 692, 31
Safely blow the evening breezes
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MS Eng 926, 7v
Safely the mice through yon dark passage run (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, i, 81
Said a cough to a sneeze
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MS Eng 692, 32v
Saint Agnes Eve!Ah, bitter cold it was
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St. Barbara a saint for the mountains; Agatha for the vales
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MS Eng 265.6, v. 2
St. John's long owed Trin: Coll: a spite
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MS Eng 569.63, 35v
S. Mark declares how blest bapti[zer] John
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MS Typ 49, 96
St. Stephen was an holy man
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Salute the last and everlasting day
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Salvation to all that will is nigh
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Sam Splint, Dick Drudge, Ben Bruce, Tom Tow
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MS Thr 198, folder 81
Sandie the Scot was born in Fife
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MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 185
Sandwich in Spain now, and the Duke in love
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MS Eng 624, 10v
Satan, dark origin of ill
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Satan, my foe, full of iniquity (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1503 (3), vol. i, p. 62 tipped in
Satire is grown so dull that fops increase
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MS Eng 633, 65
Satire's despotic now; none can withstand
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Save thine, "incomparable oil," Macassar (incomplete)
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MS Eng 1274, ch. 123
Savor too much of private interest
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MS Eng 602F, 2
Saw ye Johnny cumin' quo' she
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MS Eng 1497, i, 18
Sawney, Sawney, what's the matter
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MS Eng 1470, 53
Say but did you love so long
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MS Eng 703, 68
Say, dearest Stella, why this pensive air
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MS Eng 612, ii, 37v
Say, fluttering heart
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MS Thr 198, folder 32
Say, gentle youth, ye blest Arcadian swains (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, iii, 124v
Say, heaven-born muse, for only thou canst tell
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MS Eng 636F, 114
Say hope is theirs by fancy led (incomplete)
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MS Keats 3.13, i, 17
Say in a dance how shall we go
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MS Eng 626, 48
Say, is there aught that can convey
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MS Eng 680, 31
Say, muse, what poet's this whose envious brain
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MS Am 1369, 9
Say not the wicked are from vengeance free
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MS Eng 614, 102v
Say not you love, unless you do
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MS Eng 686, 87v
Say not your beauty must go soon
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Autograph file, L: W. S. Landor, 1
Say. Silvia, must I speak or die
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MS Eng 1038.1, 19
Say, soldier, which of glory's charms
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MS Thr 198, folder 11
Say, veiled muses, is there left of wit
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MS Eng 623
Say what am I that have the power
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MS Eng 692, 30
Sat. when th'art robb'd of what thy lusts did feed
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MS Eng 614, 98v
Say, whither tend thy vain pursuits, O man
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MS Eng 612, ii, 21v
Say, would one be the darling of the town
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MS Eng 611, ii, 49
Saying moreoverIsabel, my sweet (incomplete)
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MS Keats 2.17.2, 3
Says a beau to a lady, "Pray name, if you can"
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MS Eng 692, 31v
Says a physical sage at a watchmaker's door (incomplete)
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MS Eng 616, i, 12
Says Burke, "The age of chivalry is gone!"
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MS Eng 569.63, 33v
Says Jack to Tom the other day
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MS Eng 692, 51
Says kind Mrs. Thrale, "My dear, tell me now"
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MS Eng 926, 2
Says my uncle, I pray you discover
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MS Eng 629, 46
Says Snape to St. Mary's, "Thanksgiving I crave"
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MS Eng 569.67, 86
Says the Captain so gay as he handed miss down
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MS Eng 692, 20
Says Wright, if but one rogue is among us, it's strange
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MS Keats 3.13, i, 63 tipped in
Scarce had the night with sable shades appeared
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MS Eng 611, i, 19
Scarce had the prancing coursers of the world (incomplete)
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MS Eng 612, iii, 99v
Scarce had the sun by fiery coursers drawn
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MS Eng 834, folder 47
Scenes that soothed Or charmed me young, no longer young, I find (incomplete)
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MS Am 1136 (64), 1
Scented first by heav'nly breath
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MS Eng 612, ii, 118
Scholars should know, all fire in motion lies (incomplete)
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MS Eng 611, i, 99v
Scotland is my native land
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MS Eng 1491 (4), ii, 254v
Scotland, thy weather like a modish wife