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"Sweetness and light," 659*.
Switzerland, Invasion of, 440*.
Sword of King David, 103t.
Sylvanus, 230*.
syne, since, 4051.

Synonyms In early prose style, 1111.

Tabard, i3", 7026 line 30.
tale, number, 227".
Tanaquil, 12V.
Tara Hill, 495*.
Tartarus, 253 line 858.
Tasso, 460".
Taurus, 3431, 578'.
teen, grief, 166".
Telegraph, 521*.
tell, count, 227".

Tempe. A vale in Thessaly, near Mt. Olympus.

482(1, 4896 line 7.
Templars, 542s.

Temple, The, 50", 293", 542s. 561".
Tethys, 131".
Thalia, 2275.
Thammuz, 239TM.

thane, war-companion, retainer, 3 line 234.

that = that which, what, 212'.

that pleonastic (when that = when, because that

= because, etc.), 43'.
that serving to repeat a preceding connective,
207".

Theatre, Customs of Elizabethan, 197*.
Thebes, Walls of, 1576 line 26, 173", 530". Cp.
569t.

Theocritus, 231* 6321.

Third Estate, 535*. Sec Estates.

tho, then, 136".

thorough, through, 483».

thou in familiar address. 165".

Thresholds, Blessing of, 438*.

Thrones, 139u.

Timotheus, 2836s.

Titan, 240 line 510;== the sun, 221f.
Titans, 236t.

to intensive: to-burst, burst to fleets, 936 line
814.

Toad-eater, 371".

Tophet = hell 535s, 626'. See 239. lines 402-405.

Touchstone, 1331.

Tournament, 97".

Transubstantlatlon, 278".

Travellers' Insurance, 182*.

Trelawny, Sir Jonathan. 499*.

Triple Alliance, 278".

Triton, 2312*

Triumphal processions, 228°, 512*, 514".
Trosachs, 445".
Troubadours, 488'.
Tullerles, 532'.
Tully, 293".

Tussaud, Madame, 565".
Twelfth-day, 98".
Twelve good rules, 375s.
Tyler, Wat, 59a.
Typhon, 226", 236t.
Tyrlan purple, 287*.

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INDEX TO TITLES AND FIRST LINES

A11.Ii Ben Adiiem

Absalom And Achitophel, From

Across the empty garden-beds

Addison, The Character Of

Address To The Deil

Address To The Unco Guid

Adonais, From

After-thought

Afton Wateb

Aoincourt

Aolaura, Bono From

A golden gllllflower to-day

A good sword and a trusty hand!

Ah! County Guy, the hour Is nigh

Ah, did you once sec Shelley plain

Ah fading Joy! how quickly art thou past.

Ah, Sunflower

Ah, Sunflower, weary of time

Ah what avails the sceptred race

Alastor

Alexander's Feast

Alfred, From The Proverbs Of Kino

A little soul scarce fledged for earth

All along the valley, stream that flashest

white

All human things are Bubject to decay

All is Well

All Nature seems at work. Slugs leave their

lair

All service ranks the same with God

All tho bells of heaven may ring

Althea, To, From Prison

A Man's A Man For A' That

Amoretti, From

Ancren Riwle, From The

And all Is well, tho' faith and form

And now Love sang; but his was such a song.

And the first gray of morning

Anglo Saxon Chronicle, From The

Apolooy, An

A povre wldwc somdel stopc In age

Apple Gathering, An

Arcadia, From The Countess Of

Pembroke's

Areopagitica, From

Arraignment Of Paris, Sono From The....
Art thou poor, yet hast thou golden sluml>ers?
Arthur Makes The Saxons His Tributaries

As I gaed down the water side

As I In hoary winter's night

A simple child

Ask me no more where Jove bestows

A Slumber did my spirit seal

A Sonnet Is a moment's monument

As ships, becalmed at eve, that lay

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Astrophel And Stella, First Sono 144

Astrophel And Stella, Sonnets From 142

As two whose love, first foolish, widening

scope 694

A sunDy shaft did I behold 442

As you came from the holy land 140

As You Like It, Sonqs From 147

Atalanta In Calydon, From 710

At Bablloyne whilom fll It thus CO

At Flores In the Azores Sir Richard

Grenville lay 590

A thing of beauty Is a joy forever 483

At the midnight In the silence of the sleep-
time 631

Auld Lano Syne 411

Ai Ld Robin Gray 399

Austerity Of Poetry 643

Autumn, To 490

Avenge, O Lord, thy slaughtered saints,

whose bones 233

Awake, Aeolian lyre, awake 340

Awake, my St. John! leave all meaner things 310

Away, haunt thou not me 630

Baby's Death, A 719

Isallad Of Dreamland, A 718

Banks Doon, The 412

Bannockbuiin 4ia

Bastille, Storming Of The 532

Battle Of Beal' An Duine, The 443

Battle Of Blenheim, The 493

Battle Of Brunanburh, The 20

Battle Of Hastings, The S54

Battle Of Killiecrankie 543

Beautiful Evelyn Hope Is dead! 610

Beogar Maid, The 571

Behold her, single In the field 422

Be It right or wronge, thes men amonge 80

Beowulf, From 1

Better Answer, A 304

Between the green bud and the red 713

Bible, From the Wyclif and the Kino James 41

Blessed Damozel, The 686

Blindness, On His 234

Blow, blow, thou winter wind 147

Blue Closet, The 701

Bonnie Gporge Campbell 79

Bonny Dundee 448

Boot, saddle, to horse and away! 599

Borough, From The 395

Boy And The Angel, The 008

Break, Break, Break 583

Bright Star! Would I Were Stedfast As

Thou Abt 493

Bring the bowl which you boast 449

Britons Seek Succor From The Romans,

The 20

Brunanburh, The Battle Of 20

Brynhild, The Passing Away Of 703

Burial Of Sir John Moore, The 494

Burning Babe, The 143

But be contented: when that fell arrest 144

By An Evolutionist 597

Caedmon, The Story Of 21

Calm was the day, and through the trembling

air 13')

Canterbury Tales, From The 43

Caitain, The 5S9

Captain, or Colonel, or Knight In arms 233

Care-charmer Sleep, son of the sable night... 142

Carthon, From 352

Castaway, The 394

Castle Of Indolence, From The 344

Ca' The Yowes 400

Cavalier Tunes 5911

Celia, To 149

Celtic Literature, Natural Magic In 639

Chalk, From, On A Pikce Of 609

Chamouni, Hymn Before Sunrise In The

Vale Of 441

Chapman's Homer, On First Looking Into 402

Charge Of The Light Brigade, The 58.)

Charles II, Coronation Of 272

Charles, Return Of King 271, 274

Charles II, The Death Ok 270

Chaucer, On 288

Cherry-rips 148

Chesterfield, Letter To Lord 357

Cheviot, The Hunting Of The 73

Child, Upon A 719

Childe Harold, From 457

"childe Roland To The Dark Tower Came" 624

Child In The House, The 723

Child Of Quality Five Years Old, To A. ... 303

Child's Laughter, A 710

Chillon, Sonnet On 453

Chillon, The Prisoner Of 453

Christ, From The 24

Christabel, Part First 436

Christmas Tree, A 551

Chronicle, From The Anglo-saxon 25

Chronos, Chronos, mond thy pace 286

Citizen Of The World, From The. 368

Cllomenes, Song From 286

Cloud, The 478

Cloud Confines, The 602

Club, The 292

Coliseum, The 462

Come away, come away. Death 147

Come back to me, who wait and watch for you 701

Come, dear children, let us awny 641

Come, gentle Spring, ethereal mildness, come.. 342

Come Into the garden, Maud 58?

Come live with me and be my love 146

Come unto these yellow sands 170

Complete Angler. From The „ 264

Compleynt Of Chaucer To His Purse, The 62

Composed Upon Westminster Bridge 426

Comrades, leave me here a little 578

Confessions Of An English Opium-eater,

From 516

Constantinople, The Fall Of 381

Contemplate all this work of Time 58/

Contented Wi' Little And Cantie Wi' Mair 413

Coquette's Heart, A 300

Coronach 444

Corinna's Goinq A-maying 221

Cotter's Saturday Night, The 401

County Guy 448

"Courage!" he said, and pointed toward the

land 572

Coverley, Sir Roger De, At Church 295

Cowley, The Death Of 276

Creep Into thy narrow bed 656

Criticism, From An Essay On 307

Cromwell, To The Lord General 233

Crossing The Bar 598

Cuckoo Song 36

Cuckoo, To The 422

Culture And Human Perfection 650

Cymbeline, Song From 148

Cyriack Skinner, To 234

Cyrlack this three years' day these eyes

though clear 234

Daisy, To A Mountain 407

Dante, To 596

Dear Cloe, how blubbered Is that pretty face! 304

Dear Native Regions 415

Dear Thomas, didst thou never pop 304

Death-bed, The 498

Decline And Fall Of The Roman Empire,

From The 381

Deep on the convent-roof the snows 572

Db Juventute, From 564

Delia, To 142

Deor's Lament 18

Departure Of iTSNEAs From Dido 126

Descend, ye Nine! descend and sing 305

"Describe the Borough."—Though our Idle tribe 393
Description Of Spring, Wherein Each Thing

Renews 120

Deserted Village, The 373

Destruction Of Sennacherib, The 452

Diary Of John Evelyn, From The 274

Diary Of Samuel Pepys, From The 271

Dirge, A 483

Discourse, Of 212

Dissertation Upon Roast Pig, A 506

Does the road wind uphill all the way? 702

Don Juan, From 464

Doubt you to whom my Muse these notes

intendeth? 144

Dover Beach 656

Dream-children: A Reverie 501

Dreamland, A Ballad Of 71 s

Dream-pedlary 498

Drink to me only with thine eyes 140

Duchess, My Last 600

Duty, Ode To 423

Earthly Paradise, From The 70"

Karth has not anything to show more fair... 426
Earth, ocean, air, beloved brotherhood! 46P
Ecclesiastical History, From The 20

Education, On 259

Kl Dorado 730

Electra, To 222

Elf.uy On The Death Ok Scots Music 399

Elegy Written In A Country Churchyard. 347

Elene, From The 24

Elgin Marbles, On Seeing The 492

Elia, From r>04

Eli A, From Thb Last Essays Of 509

Endymion, From 483

English Bards And Scotch Reviewers, From 449
English Humourists Of The Eighteenth

Century, From The 059

Epilooue (to Asolando) 631

Epitaph On Robert Canynge 352

Essay On Criticism, From An 307

Essay On Man, From An 319

Eternal Spirit of the chainless Mind! 453

Ethereal minstrel! pilgrim of the sky! 424

Evelyn Hope 616

Evensono 735

Eve Of St. Agnes, The 483

Everlasting Yea, The 526

Everyman 84

Evolutionist, By An 597

Excelente Balade Of Cliakltie, An 353

Fables, From 305

Faerie Queene, From The 127

Fair and fair, and twice so fair 144

Fair stood the wind for France 148

Fall Of Constantinople. The 381

Farewell, A 583

Farewell to the Highlands, farewell to the

North 412

Father of all! In every age 325

Faustus, From The Tragical History Of

Doctor 151

Fear Death?—to feel the fog in my throat.. 620

Fire, The Great 275

First when Maggie was my care 411

Five years have past; five Bummers, with the

length 416

Flow down, cold rivulet, to the sea 583

Flower In The Crannied Wall 597

Flow gently, sweet Afton, among thy green

braes 412

Forsaken Garden, A -717

Forsaken Merman, The 641

Fra Lippo Lippi 616

Fbance: An Ode 440

"fbateb Ave Atqle Vale" 596

FRENcn Revolution, From The 532

Friend, To A 642

Friendship, Of 213

From child to youth; from youth to arduous

man 094

From harmony, from heavenly harmony 282

Frozen Words 298

Full fathom five thy father lies 170

Gardens, From Of 218

Gather ye rose-buds, while ye may 222

Get up, get up for shame, the blooming morn 221

Gllliflower Of Gold, The 702

Girdle, On A 223

Give A Rouse 599

Give place, ye lovers, here before 126

Give to me the life I love 734

Glory of warrior, glory of orator, glory of song 597

Goblin Market 695

Godiva, Leofric And 514

God moves in a mysterious way 391

Goethe in Weimar sleeps, and Greece 643

Goldsmith (in English Humourists) 559

Go, Lovely Rose 222

Gondola, In A 601

Grasshoppeb And Cricket, On The 492, 496

Great Fire, The 275

Grecian Urn, Ode On A 489

Green Grow The Rashes 411

Green little vaulter In the sunny grass 496

Grow old along with me! 626

Gulliver's Travels, From 330

Had I but plenty of money, money enough and

to spare 621

Hall, holy Light, offspring of Heaven first-
born 255

Hall to thee, blithe spirit! 479

Half a league, half a league 589

Hamelln Town's In BrunBwick 603

Hamlet, Song From 147

Happy, those early days, when 1 223

Hnrk! ah, the nightingale 654

Hark, hark, the lark at heaven's gate sings.. 148
Harp That Once Through Taba's Halls,

The 495

Hast thou a charm to stay the morning-stur.. 441

Haunch Of Venison, The 377

Ha! whaur ye gaun, ye crowlln ferlle 407

Heart Of The Night, The 694

He Is gone on the mountain 444

Hellas, Chorus From 181

Hence, loathed Melancholy 227

Hence, vain deluding Joys 228

Her nrms across her breast she la'.d 574

Here's A Health To King Charles 449

Herv£ Riel 629

He that rules only by terror 589

Highland Mary 413

High upon Highlands 79

Hill Summit, The 69">

History Of England, From Macaulay'8 539

Hohenlinden 494

Home Thoughts, From Abboad 608

Home Thoughts, From The Sea 608

Hound And The Huntsman, The 305

House Of Life, From The 693

How do I love thee? Let me count the ways C33

How Roses Came First Into The World.. 64

How Roses Came Red 222

How should I your true love know 147

How sleep the brave who sink to rest 346

How sweet I roamed from field to field 397

How The Earth And Sea Be Of Round Form 64
How They Bbouoht The Good News From

Ghent To Aix 606

Hunting Of The Cheviot, The 73

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