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HYMN BEFORE SUNRISE IN THE VALE OF

It was roses, roses, all the way.......
CHAMOUNI ..............

... 441 | It was a summer evening..............
HYMN TO PROSERPINE..................... 711 I WANDERED LONELY AS A CLOUD.....

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I am poor brother Lippo, by your leave!..... 616 | JACKDAW, THE.......

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I arise from dreams of thee.......
477 Jenny kissed me when we met...

496
I bring fresh showers for the thirsting flowers 478 JOAN OF ARC, From...

523
I dare not ask a kiss..............
222 | JOCK OF HAZELDEAN.......

447
IDEA ...................
143 JOHN ANDERSON My Jo.........

411
IDEAL, OF THE TRUE......................

683 JOHNIE Cock..................
I envy not in any moods........
584 JOHNSON AND GOLDSMITH...

364
If all the world and love were young........ 146 JOHNSON AT SCHOOL. ..........

363
If ought of oaten stop, or pastoral song...... 346 JOHNSON'S CHARACTER......

357
If there were dreams to sell ................ 498 JOHNSON'S FRIENDS.......

364
If thou must love me, let it be for nought.. 632 Just for a handful of silver he left us..... 607
I hate the man who builds his name........ 305
I have had playmates, I have had companions 495 | KAISER DEAD..

ER DEAD............................

655
I have lived long enough, having seen one KATHARINE JAFFRAY.....................
thing, that love hath an end.......... 711 KEATS, THE GRAVE OF.............

480
I heard a thousand blended notes.......... 416 | KENSINGTON GARDENS, LINES WRITTEN IN.... 644
I heard men saying, Leave hope and praying 710 Kentish Sir Byng stood for his king......... 599
I held it truth with him who sings........ 584 KILLIECRANKIE, BATTLE OF.......

.......... 543
I hid my heart in a nest of roses......... King Charles, and who'll do bim right now ? 599
IL PENSEROSO............................ 228 KING JAMES BIBLE, From THE............. 41
IMAGINARY CONVERSATIONS, From.......... 512 King, that bast reign'd six hundred years and
I met a traveller from an antique land...... 476

grown .............................. 536
Impertinence at first is borne............. 305 KNIGHT OF THE BURNING PESTLE, From The 197
I'm wearin' awa', John..................
401 KNIGHT'S TOMB, THE...........

442
In a coign of the cliff between lowland and Kyowx IN VAIN.......................... 694
highland ...........

KUBLA KHAN.....................
IN A DREAR-NIGHTED DECEMBER.

491
IN A GONDOLA..........................

601 LA BELLA DONNA............
IN A LECTURE ROOM........

639 LA BELLE DAME SANS MERCI....
In a somer seson, whan soft was the sonne.. 39 Lady Alice, lady Louise............
INCIDENT OF THE FRENCH CAMP......... 600 LADY OF SHALOTT, THE.........

... 567
INDIAN EMPEROR, SONG FROM............ 283 LADY OF THE LAKE, From The...,

.. 444
INDIAN SERENADE, THE......
477 | LAKE LEMAN, NIGHT ON.

458
IN MEMORIAM, From...
584 L'ALLEGRO ......

227
In somer, when the shawes be sheyne.

LAMENT, A........

482
IN THE GARDEN AT SWAINSTON.............

LAMP OF MEMORY, From THE.......
IN THE SOUTH SEAS, From.................

731 LANDMARK, THE ....................
IN THE VALLEY OF CAUTERETZ..............
587 LAND O' THE LEAL, THE...........

401
In this lone, open glade I lie.............. 644 LAST FIGHT OF THE REVENGE, THE..

208
In those sad words I took farewell.......... 585 LAST WORD, THE..............
INTIMATIONS OF IMMORTALITY FROM RECOL | LEAVE-TAKING, A......,

711
LECTIONS OF CHILDHOOD.......
424 LEGEND OF GOOD WOMEN, From The..

60
In Virgo now the sultry sun did sheene...... LEIR, THE STORY OF KING....
In Xanadu did Kubla Khan................
428 LEOFRIC AND GODivA.........

514
I plucked pink blossoms from mine apple tree 701 LETTERS FROM TEIGNMOUTH, From...
I sat with Love upon a woodside well...... 693 Let us go hence, my songs ; she will not hear 711
I send my heart up to thee, all my heart.... 601 LEVANA AND OUR LADIES OF SORROW........ 519
Is it, then, regret for buried time.......... 586 Life of Life, thy lips enkindle.............. 478
Is it this sky's vast vault or ocean's sound.. 695 LIFE OF SAMUEL JOHNSON, From THE...... 363
ISLES OF GREECE, THE............... ..... 465 Light SHINING OUT OF DARKNESS.......... 391
I sprang to the stirrup, and Joris, and he.. 606 LINES COMPOSED A FEW MILES ABOVE TINTERN
Is there for honest poverty................ 414

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A BBEY .............................. 416
Italia, mother of the souls of men.......... 715 LINES ON THE MERMAID TAVERN............ 490
ITE DOMUM SATURAE, VENIT HESPERUS...... 640 LINES ON THE MONUMENT OF GIUSEPPE MAZZINI 715
I thought of Thee, my partner and my guide 427 LINES PRINTED UNDER THE ENGRAVED PORTRAIT
I thought once how Theocritus had sung.... 632 | OF MILTON........................... 285)
IT IS A BEAUTEOUS EVENING, CALM AND FREE 427 LINES WRITTEN IN EARLY SPRING........... 416
It is an ancient Mariner........

... 429 LINES WRITTEN IN KENSINGTON GARDENS.... 644
It keeps eternal whisperings around........ 492 | LIVES OF THE ENGLISH POETS, From The.... 360
It little profits that an idle king............ 577 LOCHINVAR .......

443
I TRAVELLED AMONG UNKNOWN MEN........ 418 LOCKSLEY HALL ...........................

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Lo I the man, whose Muse whilome did maske 127 | MY HEART LEAPS UP WHEN I BEHOLD....... 422
LONDON, 1802 .........................

............. 427 | MY HEART'S IN THE HIGHLANDS........
LONDON COFFEE HOUSES........
541 MY LAST Duchess.........

600
LONDON IN 1685......................... 539 My lov'd, my honour'd, much respected friend! 401
Lords, knights, and 'squires, the numerous My lute, awake, perform the last ............ 125
band .......

303 My soul is an enchanted boat.............. 478
Lost LEADER, THE........

607 My spirit is too weak-mortality............ 492
Loros-EATERS, THE ...........

572
LOUSE, TO A........

407 | NATURAL HISTORY OF SELBORNE, From The 384
Love in my bosom, like a bee...............

145 | NATURAL MAGIC IN CELTIC LITERATURE...... 659
Love is and was my lord and king.......... 587 NATURAL SUPERNATURALISM...

529
LOVE IS ENOUGH, From .................... 705

705 NED SOFTLY................
Love, that is first and last of all things made 720 NEW YEAR'S Hymn....

598
LOVESIGHT
693 NIGHTINGALE, ODE TO A.......

488
Loving in truth, and fain in verse my love to Nightingales warbled without..

.... 588
show ............................... 1421

142 Nobly, nobly Cape Saint Vincent to the
LUCASTA, TO, GOING TO THE WARS.... 220 Northwest died away.................. 608
LUCY GRAY....................

419 | NONNE PREESTES TALE, THE................ 53
LYCIDAS ..........

230 No, no, go not to Lethe, neither twist........ 490

No, no, poor suff'ring heart, no change
MAC FLECKNOE.......
280 endeavour ............

286
MAID OF ATHENS, ERE WE PART....

451 | NORTHERN FARMER (OLD STYLE)....... .. 592
MAN, From AN ESSAY ON.......

319 Not a drum was heard, not a funeral note.... 494
Many a hearth upon our dark globe sighs after Now fades the last long streak of snow...... 586

many a vanish'd face.... ......... 597 | NUTBROWN MAYDE, THE.................... 80
MARCHING ALONG.....................

599 NYMPH'S REPLY TO THE SHEPHERD, THE 146
MAROON, THE..........

731
MARY IN HEAVEN, To..........

412 lo blithe New-comer! I have heard........ 422
Mary! I want a lyre with other strings 394 Obscurest night involved the sky........ 394
MAUD, SONG FROM.

588 OCEAN, THE................
MAZZINI, LINES ON THE MONUMENT OF

0 days and hours, your work is this...... 586
GIUSEPPE ............................ 715
ODE, AN...........................

304
MEASURE FOR MEASURE, SONG FROM .......... 147 ODE (How sleep the brave)................. 346
MEDIAEVAL AND MODERN WORKMEN, THE... 681 ODE ON A GRECIAN URN.................... 489
MELANCHOLY, ODE ON......

490 ODE ON INTIMATIONS OF IMMORTALITY FROM
MEMORABILIA ............

RECOLLECTIONS OF EARLY CHILDHOOD... 424
MEMORIAL VERSES ...
643 ODE ON MELANCHOLY....

490
MEMORIES .......
291 | ODE ON ST. CECILIA'S DAY

305
MERMAID TAVERN, LINES ON THE.........

490 ODE TO A NIGHTINGALE.......
METELLUS AND MARIUS.....
.. 512 ODE TO DUTY....

423
MILTON ................................. 596 ODE TO EVENING........
596

346
MILTON, LINES PRINTED UNDER THE ENGRAVED

ODE TO THE WEST WIND................... 476
PORTRAIT OF........... ...........
285 OENONE ......................

569
Milton ! thou should'st be living at this hour 427 Of Heaven or Hell I have no power to sing.. 705
MINSTREL BOY, THE

495 Or His LOVE THAT PRICKED HER FINGER.... 125
MODERN PAINTERS, From....

683 Of man's first disobedience and the fruit.... 234
MONNA INNOMINATA.

701 Of old sat Freedom on the heights.......... 574
MONOCHORD, THE.......

965 of old, when Scarron his companions invited 379
MOORE, To THOMAS......

453 Of such is the kingdom of heaven.......... 719
Morning and evening ................

.......

695 OF THE CROSS OF OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST.. 63
MORNING DRUM-CALL ON MY EAGER EAR, THE 735 OF THE PARADISE TERRESTRIAL............. 67
Morning, evening, noon and night...........

608 OF THE TREES THAT BEAR MEAL, HONEY, WINE
MORNING OF Christ's NATIVITY, ON THE.... 223 AND VENOM .................

.. 66
MORTE DARTHUR, From LE......

96 Oft I had heard of Lucy Gray............. 419
MORTE D'ARTHUR ..

. 574 OFT IN THE STILLY NIGHT......
MOUSE, TO A .....

406 Oh, talk not to me of a name great in story 453
MRS. UNWIN, To.......

. 394 OHTHERE'S NARRATIVE..................... 27
Much have I travelled in the realms of gold . . 492 | Oh, to be in England...................... 608
Muses, TO THE.......

398 Oh, young Lochinvar is come out of the west 44?
Music, when soft voices die...
when soft voices die................. 482 | OINA-MORUL .......

..................... 351
My boat is on the shore....

509
My first thought was, he lied in every word.. 624 | OLD FAMILIAR FACES, THE..........

495
My good blade carves the casques of men..... 573 | old father Ocean calls my tide....

286
My hair is gray, but not with years......... 453 | OLD MORTALITY, From..........

500
My heart aches, and a drowsy numbness pains 488 OLNEY HYMNS, From..........

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O mighty-mouth'd inventor of harmonies.... 596 | PRAISE OF His Love, A.......
0 mortal man, who livest here by toil...... 344 PREFACE TO AN EDITION OF SHAKESPEARE'S
ON A GIRDLE..................

223 PLAYS, From The.......
ON A PIECE OF CHALK, From .....

669 PREFACE TO THE ENGLISH DICTIONARY, From
Once did She hold the gorgeous east in fee... 427 THE ................................ 307
ON CHAUCER..

288 | PREFACE TO THE FABLES, From THE.
ON EDUCATION............................ 253

259 PRELUDE OF SONGS BEFORE SUNRISE... ... 713
On either side the river lie................. 567 PRELUDE, From THE...............

420
One word is too often profaned.....

482 PRINCESS, SONGS FROM THE............ 583
ON FIRST LOOKING INTO CHAPMAN'S HOME 492 PRISONER OF CHILLON, THE........

455
On His BLINDNESS..................... 234. PROGRESS OF POESY, THE...........

349
On Linden, when the sun was low........ 494 PROLOGUE TO THE CANTERBURY TALES
On Scotia's plains, in days of yore........ 399 PROMETHEUS UNBOUND, Songs FROM...

478
Ox SEEING THE ELGIN MARBLES............ 492 PROSPECTUS TO THE TATLER....

290
ON THE EXTINCTION OF THE VENETIAN

PROSPICE ......
REPUBLIC ........................... 427 PROTHALAMION ..

139
ON THE GRASSHOPPER AND CRICKET......492, 496 PROUD MAISIE....

448
ON THE LATE MASSACRE IN PIEDMoxt....... 233 PROVERBS OF KING ALFRED, From The...... 35
ON THE Loss OF THE ROYAL GEORGE...... 392
ON THE MORNING OF CHRisT'S NATIVITY..... 223 QUA CURSUM VENTUS......

........ 639
ON THE RECEIPT OF MY MOTHER'S PICTURE.. 392
ON THE SEA.............................. 492 RABBI BEN EZRA....

...... 626
On the sea and at the Hogue, sixteen hundred RAPE OF THE LOCK, THE.......

310
ninety-two ........................... 629

RECUYELL OF THE HISTORIES OF TROY, From
OPIUM-EATER, From CONFESSIONS OF AN

THE ................................ 95
ENGLISH ....... ............... 516 REFLECTIONS ON THE REVOLUTION IN FRANCE,
o that those lips had language! Life has

From .............

388
passed .........
392 REQUIEM ...............

735
Others abide our question. Thou art free... 642 REQUIESCAT ..........

644
0 thou that rollest above........
352 RETALIATION, From....

379
0 Thou! whatever title suit thee......
404 RETREAT, THE.......

223
OSSIAN'S ADDRESS TO THE SUN......... 352 REVENGE, OF ..........

217
OUR BALL............................
497 REVENGE, THE.....

590
0 WERT THOU IN THE CAULD Blast........ 414 | REVENGE, THE LAST FIGHT OF THE..

208
o what can all thee, knight-at-arms........ 1 RICHES, OF.........................

216
O wild West Wind, thou breath of Autumn's RIDDLES, From CYNEWULF'..........
being .......

476 RIME OF THE ANCIENT MARINER, THE.....
O world! O life! O time!...

482 | Ring out, wild bells, to the wild sky..... 586
O, yet we trust that somehow good...

58+ | RIZPAH ............................. 594
0 ye wha are sae guid yoursel'........ 405 Roast PIG, A DISSERTATION UPON..... 506
O ye, all ye that walk in Willowwood. 694 ROBIN HOOD AND THE MONK..........

69
OZYMANDIAS
476 | ROBINSON CRUSOE, From..........

326
Roman Virgil, thou that singest..

596
PAINS OF OPIUM, THE.............
516 ROMAN WALI, THE......

: 20
PARABLE OF A MAN'S LIFE, A.......

21
Rose ........

461
PARADISE Lost, From........ ...
234 RONDEAU ...........

496
HRASE OF THE SCRIPTURES, From The.. 18 Rosalind's MADRIGAL...

145
PASSIONATE SHEPHERD TO His LOVE, THE.... 146 Rose A

495
PATIENT GRISSELL, SONG FROM .....
148 Roses at first were white.....

222
PATRIOT, THE..................

623 Rough wind, that moanest loud. .........
Peace; come away : the song of woe.

585 ROUNDABOUT PAPERS, From ................. 504
PEARL, From THE........

... 37 | Row us out from Desenzano, to your Sirmione
PHILOMELA .......

row! .......

596
PIED PIPER OF HAMELIN, THE.....
603 | RUBÁTYÁT of OMAR KHAYYÁM....

633
PIERS THE PLOWMAN. From The Vision Of 39 RULE, BRITANNIA.

345
PILGRIMS, THE........................... 716
PILGRIM'S PROGRESS, From THE..

267 | Said Abner, At last thou art come.......... 609
PILGRIM TO PILGRIM............
146 RUNES FROM THE Christ.....

24
Piping down the valleys wild...
398 SAILING OF THE SWORD, THE......

703
PIPPA Passes, SONGS FROM...
598 SAINT AGNES' Ev

572
PLAGUE, THE GREAT........

275 St. Agnes' Eve-Ah, bitter chill it was!... 483
PLAN OF AN ENGLISH DICTIONARY, From The. 35. ST. CECILIA'S DAY, ODE ON....

305
POET AND THE ROSE, THE
.......... 305 / ST. CECILIA'S DAY, SONG FOR.....

282
POPULARITY ................

....... 623 SARTOR RESARTUS, From................... 526
POPULAR PASTIMES........................
276 SAUL..........

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SAVANNAH-LA-MAR .......

522 STANZAS WRITTEN ON THE ROAD BETWEEN
Say, is it day, is it dusk in thy bower..... 692 FLORENCE AND PISA.................... 453
Say not the struggle nought availeth...... 640 Stern Daughter of the Voice of God!.

423
SCHOOL MASTER, From THE........

122 STONES OF VENICE, From THE......... . 677
Scots, wha hae wi' Wallace bled........ 413 | STRANGE FITS OF PASSION HAVE I KNOWN ... 418
SEA, ON THE.........
492 Strew on her roses, roses.

. 644
Season of mists and mellow fruitfulness... 490 STUDIES, OF......

• 212
SEASONS, From THE..
342 | Summer is y-comen in....

. 36
SECULAR MASQUE, THE.........
286 | Sunset and evening star....

698
See the chariot at hand here of Love...... 150 SUSPIRIA DE PROFUNDIS, From..

519
SELF-DEPENDENCE ...

643 Sweet and low, sweet and low.............. 583
SEVEN LAMPS OF ARCHITECTURE, From...... 674 Sweet Auburn! loveliest village of the plain 373
SHAKESPEARE ......

642 | Sweet day, so cool, so calm, so bright........ 220
SHAKESPEARE, ON.......

'Sweet, thou art pale'.........

701
SHAKESPEARE, TO THE MEMORY OF MY BELOVED SWEETNESS AND LIGHT, FROM......

. 656
MASTER WILLIAM .......

191
SHE DWELT AMONG THE UNTRODDEN Ways... 418 Take, 0, take those lips away... ........... 147
She sat and sewed, that hath done me the TALK AT THE CLUB, 1778.................. 366
wrong .................................

125 | TAM O' SHANTER.......................... 408
SHE WALKS IN BEAUTY..

452 TATLER, From THE............290, 291, 296, 298
SHE WAS A PHANTOM OF DELIGHT.

423 Tears, idle tears, I know not what they mean 584
She wept, sweet lady.......

691 Tell me not, sweet, I am unkind............ 220
SHIPWRECK, THE.....

TEMPEST, THE....

............. 164
Should auld acquaintance be forgot.

411 Thanks, my Lord, for your venison, for finer
SIGURD THE VOLSUNG, From.......

705 or fatter............. ........... 377
SILENT NOON............................. 693 That's my last Duchess painted on the wall.. 600
SILENT TOWER OF BOTTREAU, THE........... 500 That son of Italy who tried to blow........ 643
SIMILE, A.........

........... 304 That time of year thou may'st in me behold. 144
Since brass. nor stone, nor earth, nor boundless That which her slender waist confined. ...... 223
sea .......

............ 143 The Assyrian came down like the wolf on the
Since there's no help, come let us kiss and I fold .......

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| The blessed da mozel leaned out....

686
SIR GALAHAD........

The curfew tolls the knell of parting day.... 347
SIR PATRICK SPENS..........

The day is dark and the night..

692
SIR ROGER AT CHURCH...

295 The embers of the day are red.............. . 735
SISTER HELEN...........

688 The glorious image of the Maker's beauty....
SITE OF A UNIVERSITY..

The harp that once through Tara's halls.... 495
SKY-LARK, TO A.......

424 | The isles of Greece, the isles of Greece...... 466
SKYLARK, To A......

470 | The king sits in Dumferling toune.......... 77
So all day long the noise of battle rollid... 574 The Lord let the house of a brute to the soul
"So careful of the type ?"' but no..

585 of a man...............

.......... 597
SOHRAB AND RUSTUM............

645 THE LOVER COMPLAINETH THE UNKINDNESS
Soldier, rest! thy warfare o'er....

444 OF HIS LOVE.......................... 125
SOLITARY REAPER, THE.......
422 THE LOVER HAVING DREAMED............

• 125
SONG .....................
397 The merchant, to secure his treasure.......

304
SONG FOR MUSIC.........

703 The minstrel-boy to the war is gone...... 495
Song FROM CLEOMENES........

286 The morning drum-call on my eager ear.. 735
SONG FROM SHAKESPEARE'S CYMBEL

346 'The Perse owt off Northombarlonde....... • 73
SONG OF THAMESIS.........

286 The poetry of earth is never dead........ 492
SONG OF THE BOWER, THE............ 692 | There is a bird, who, by his coat..... 392
SONG OF THE SHIRT, THE..................
499 There is a garden in her face.........

148
SONG OF THE WESTERN MEN, THE....

499 | There lies a vale in Ida, loveller....... • 569
SONGS BEFORE SUNRISE, PRELUDE OF......... 713 | There lived å lass in yonder dale....

79
SONGS OF INNOCENCE, INTRODUCTION TO...... 398 | There lived a wife at Usher's Well....
SONNET, THE............................. 693

693 There's nought but care on ev'ry han'.......
SONNETS FROM THE PORTUGUESE............

632 There was a Boy : ye knew him well, ye cliff.. 421
So sang he; and as meeting rose and rose..

694 There w

There was a time when meadow, grove, and
Souls of Poets dead and gone............. 490 stream............................... 424
SO WE'LL GO NO MORE A ROVING............ 452 The sea is calm to-night..........

............... 656
SPANISH ARMADA, DEFEAT OF......

663 The skies have sunk, and hid the upper snow. 640
SPANISH ARMADA, THE SAILING OF THE.... 662 The soote season that bud and bloom forth
SPECTATOR, From The........ 292, 295, 300, 301 brings..............

126
SPEECH AT BRISTOL, From THE............. 387 The splendour falls on castle walls......... 583
SPLENDOUR FALLS, THE.................... 583 The time araws near

583 | The time draws near the birth of Christ...... 585
Stand still, true poet that you are !.......... 623 The wind flapped loose, the wind was still.... 692

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The wish, that of the living whole........... 585 | 'Twas at the royal feast for Persia won...... 283
THE WORLD Is Too MUCH WITH US......... 427 TWELFTH NIGHT, SONG FROM................ 147
The world's great age begins anew........... 481
The year's at the spring....................

599 ULYSSES..
ULYSSES.....

577
THISBE OF BABYLON, MARTYR, THE STORY OF. 60 Under the greenwood tree......

147
This feast-day of the sun, his altar there..... 695 Under the wide and starry sky......... 735
This is the month, and this the happy morn.. 223 UNIVERSAL PRAYER, THE......

325
Thou hast thy calling to some palace-floor.... 632 | UNIVERSITY, SITE OF A........

548
Thou ling'ring star, with less'ning ray....... Unlike are we, unlike, O princely Heart!..... 632
Thou still unravished bride of quietness...... 489 Unstable dream, according to the place...... 125
THREE ENEMIES, THE...................

701 UP AT A VILLA — DOWN IN THE CITY........ 621
Three poets in three distant ages born.. 285 UP-HILL...........

702
THREE YEARS SHE GREW IN SUN AND

Up Johnie raise in a May morning.......... 77
SHOWER.........
418 UPON A CHILD.........

719
THRONE, THE (VENETIAN)..

677 Up with me! up with me into the clouds !.... 424
Thys Morneynge Starre of Radcleves

USHER'S WELL. THE WIFE OF............. 79
rysinge Rale.....
352 UTOPIA, From.............................

110
Tiger, Tiger, burning bright...............

398
TIGER, THE....
398 VAGABOND, THE..... .............

734
Tintadgel bells ring o'er the tide.......

VASTNESS....

597
TINTERN ABBEY, LINES COMPOSED A FEW

VENETIAN REPUBLIC, ON THE EXTINCTION OF. 427
MILES ABOVE........
416 VENICE........

460
'Tis hard to say, if greater want of skill...... 307 Verse, a breeze mid blossoms straying....... 442
'Tis the middle of night by the castle clock... 436 VIRGIL, To......

596
TO
...................................

482 | VIRGINS, TO THE, TO MAKE MUCH OF TIME... 222
TO A CHILD OF QUALITY FIVE YEARS OLD.... 303 VIRTUE...................................

220
TO A FRIEND.........
642 | VISION OF MIRZA, THE.....................

301
TO A LOUSE....................

407 VISION OF PIERS THE PLOWMAN, From The.. 39
TO ALTHEA, FRON PRISON.

VOICE OF TOIL. THE........

........ 710
TO A MOUNTAIN DAISY....

407 VOLPONE ; OR THE Fox, From.............. 192
TO A MOUSE....
TO A SKY-LARK...

424 | WAGES.........

............. 597
TO A SKYLARK.......................

479 Wailing, wailing, wailing, the wind over land
TO AUTUMN..........................

490 and sea.............................. 594
To CELIA...........................

149 | Wake! For the Sun, who scatter'd into flight. 633
To DANTE..

596 WANTING IS- WHAT?.................... 631
To DELIA......... ..........

Was that the landmark? What – the foolish
To draw no envy, Shakespeare, on thy name 191 well.......

694
TO ELECTRA............................... 222 WATERLOO......

457
To fair Fidele's grassy tomb.......
346 WE ARE SEVEN.......

415
TOIL, THE VOICE OF............

.......... 710

| Weary of myself, and sick of asking...... 643
Toll for the brave................

392 Wee, modest, crimson-tipped flow'r....... 407
TO LUCASTA, GOING TO THE WARS

220 Wee, sleekit, cowrin, tim'rous beastie..... 406
TO MARY IN HEAVEN..........

| WESTERN MEN, THE SONG OF THE........ 499
To MRS. UNWIN........

WESTMINSTER BRIDGE, COMPOSED UPON.... .. 425
TO THE CUCK00....

.. 422 WEST WIND, ODE TO THE................... 476
To the Lords of Convention 'twas Claver'se

We watched her breathing through the night. 498
who spoke..............

..... 448 Whan that Aprille with his shoures soote.... 43
To the Lord General Cromwell............. 233 What dire offence from amorous causes
TO THE MEMORY OF MY BELOVED MASTER, I springs............................... 310
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TRAGICAL HISTORY OF DOCTOR FAUSTUS, FROM When Britain first, at Heaven's command....

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TRAVELS OF SIR JOHN MANDEVILLE, From THE. 63 When do I see thee most, beloved one?....... 693
TRISTRAM AND ISEULT....

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TRISTRAM OF LYONESSE, From....

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