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maketh wretch or happie....h 266 Written-written on the world .m 45 most w, men are cradled...m 408 written thoughts with the..o 297 let the w. man outlive*.....u 341 ever w.out of reputation.... y 359 wretched he forsakes........ 392 written more than other..... 1350 w. giv'st wish'd repose......p 389 it is written on the rose.....k 152

O wretched state*..........cc 384 wicked man who has written,j 337 Wretchedness-from its own w..351 whatever hath been written. 299

state of human w...........u 344 Wrong-if I am w.,0 teach my..h 20 Wring-to those tbat wring*.. aa 328 can't be w. whose life is in the.g 20 Wrinkle-w's which thy glass*...17 do wrong to none*. ........... 44

wrinkles and not dimples...z 266 by going wrong all things.. grew a w. on fair Venus..... 215

condemn the wrong..

.2 49 let old wrinkles come*...... 265 yet the wrong pursue........I 49 thick rows of wrinkles......d 304 our country.right or wrong.m 70

stamps the wrinkle deeper..s 394 ten censure wrong for one...u 76 Wrinkled-like my own..........6 we wrong with mournful....n 80

smoothed his w. front*.....m 459 'tis even wrong to say a......k 80 Writ-so holy w. in babes hath* j 218 seen the day of wrong*. Write-so old, I can write a letter l34 how easily things go wrong..e 118 write his own dispensary...

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always in the wrong........w 104 virtues we write in water*..e 360 we are both in the wrong. to write and read comes by*.d 102 you are in the wrong*. write mine epitaph* .j 104 oppress'd with wrongs*. i 121 he writes verses*... ....7 163 always in the wrong ......... 122 many a verse I hope to write.e 336 hold the memory of a w.. the angel says: “ Write"....h336 w's darker than the death...d 332 w's to make his barrenness.x 336 early to do wrong...

..1 288 invoked, sit down to write.p 337 his wrongs his outsides*....a 451 I never dare to w. as funny.m 203 you have a w. sow by the ear.f 412 cease to write and learn to..w 420 the heart hath treble w.*....v 414 and w. whatever time shall..t 179 kings to govern wrong......m 367 to read, wherein to write....1198 answering one foul wrong*...2219 oh, wisely write............p 196 to bear love's wrong*.. ..f 247 to w. at a loose rambling....i 298 cradled into poetry by w....m 408 no man can write anything.u 298 inured to stand and suffer w,f 439 a man may w. at any time.. i 299 sometimes a place of wrong.i 347 w. much and to w. rapidly..m 299 remedy for every wrong..... 348 into thine heart and write..o 299 w., because of weakness.....

.9 489 he who writes prose builds..t 299 inflicts no sense of wrong

j 315 why did I write .... ...j 300 engaged in opposing w..... f 492 write till your ink be dry*..0 300 wrongs, unredressed.. to write better only must....t300 do ourselves this wrong.....u 345 who can write so fast........y 300 w. forever on the throne....v 444 if you would learn to write .d 306

to wrong the wronger till*...C 427 yet write, O write me all....c316 clearing thorny wrongs..... 483 w's well who w's with ease..d 316 heaviest w's get uppermost.u 483 write to the mind and heart.n 297 | Wrong-doing-of our own w-d..k 349 is vain who writes for praise.o 343 Wronged-blood of the w. and..p 388

time w. no wrinkle on thy...f 423 if thou but think'st him w*..t 63 Writer-sacred w's will enter... f37 wronged orphan's tears......e 458

writers cannot them digest... i 76 if he wrong'd our brother...h 479 regard the writer's end.......t 76 Wrote-it with a second hand..t 164 & great writer possesses.....h 407 w. her name upon the stand.t 164 the writer is always greater .s 237 Wroth-to be w. with one we...0 240 w's, especially when they... a 298 weakness to bo wroth... ....e 462 that writer does the most...e 298 Wrought-w, he not well*...... 314 the writer, like a priest......0 298 te w. better that made*.... 314 one writer, for instance.....e 299 a little model the master w..k 381 if I were a writer of books... 299 more things are w. by.......t 345 80 must the writer ..........0300 Wye-from the banks of Wye*..c 366 turn to w's of an able sort...v 353

magical boon a writer....... a 354 Writhe-error, wounded, w. in p 443 Yarn-of a mingled yarn*......235 Writing-an art of writing...... 15 Yarrow-genuine image, Y.....t 262

true ease in w. comes.......c 102 | Yawn-thy everlasting yawn...0 205 and all kinds of writings....i 102 Year-set is the sun of my years..k 6 writing comes by the grace..t 298 do not count man's years....u 5 his writing becomes easier..n 299 backward, 0 tide of the years..g 5 writing, or in judging ill...g 300 life's year begins and closes...n 6 masterpiece is writing well.p 300 rust of twice ten hundred y's.h 13 writing an exact man....... 237 the years we wish ........

how many years ago ...... f34 years leave us and find....... 45 sorrow comes with years......t 54 along the waste of years. ..p 58 all-devouring years.

jf 59 tender years can tell*........ 95 the year's fair gate.. Christmas comes but once a y.s 57 comes again ere the y. is o'er. 81 no winter in thy year..... .k 23 through the noon of the y... 30 hopes of future years.....

70 her years were ripe......

f 486 or else years are in vain.....8 107 foredates its hundred years.b 148 pansies while the y. is young.) 148 the boyhood of the year......1373 saddest of the year..........

..f 375 the year's in the wane......a 376 J's must pass before a hope.n 201 we live in deeds not years...n 230 on the bosom of the year. ... 156 thought of other years...... 160 the slumber of the year.....p 160 the year grows rich as it....0 182 for years beyond our ken...d 210 y's had made me love thee..d 175 the y. goes wrong, and tares, o 175 by the flight of years........ u 175 the rolling y. is full of Thee.y 180 heaven's eternal y. is thine..k 193 year were playing holidays* k 197 our y's of fading strength... 231 as the slow y's darklier roll..mn 220 from year to year*.

..........6 235 pass some few years.........j 236 we let the years go..........2261 cuts off twenty years of my* c 409 year after year returning....9270 y's that through my portals f 269 six hundred pounds a year..e 463 the year smiles as it draws..y 465 send you each year..........f316 glad y. that once had been... 316 better fifty years of Europe. f 500 dim with the mist of years.. i 342 year in and year out, keeps..p 422 y's steal fire from the mind..A 43 day to childhood seems a y..i 423 muffled tramp of years..... 9 423 as the year at the dying fall..s 425 days will finish up the year*.1 426 how many y's a mortal man*.1426 moments make the year.... v 442 eternal years of God are hers.p 443 broken-hearted to sever for y's j326 a gleam on the years........ 326 minute and not for the year.(330 crowding y's divide in vain. 396 and charging them years... f 124 y's, steal something ev'ry...p 425 whose waves are years.......1427 in the thousand y's of peace. 428 youth of the year! celestial. . 372 winter rules the year........6378 60 rolls the changing year...1370 is the man of years..........16 255 difference in years..........e 257 years have not seen......... j 168 the year smiles as it draws..n 372 the mellow year is hasting.. f 273

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Yearning-with strong y.......a 279 young dandelion on a......a 140 rashness attends youth..... j 486 Yell-overboard with fearful y..s 381 best married that dies y*...258 nature of tender youth......k 486 what mean those yells and.

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211 hope will make thee young.x 201 y. what man's age is........1 486 Yelled-y. out like syllable*...m 397 could ever have been young.b 158 with y. as with plants .....0 486 Yellow-the sear, the y. leaf*.....87 young without lovers....... 234 y, holds no society with... 486

yellow to the jaundiced eye.h 412 Bacchus ever fair and young.d 468 O happy, unown'd youths...8 486 bright and y., hard and cold.h 181 young fellows will be young.6 486 youth on the prow, and..... 486 acacia waves her y. hair....ch 434 both were young and one...e 486 insect-y. are on the wing..u 486 favourite flowers of y. hue...g 131 when I was young? Ah......l 486 youth! youth! how buoyant.b 487 led yellow autumn,wreath’d.g 375 which always find us y

how beautiful is youth .....C 487 autumn, nodding o'er the y.q 376 so wise, so young, they say*.r 487 rise, O youth, and wrestle..d 487 Yellow-bird-y-b., where did you.e 34 aged and yet y., as angels...j 354 y comes but once in &......f 487 Yoeman-a iolly y., marshall....6 14 if ladies be but y. and fair*.a 477 whose y. has paused not....h 487

fight boldly, yoeman*. .h 459 young as beautiful.........W 478 youth, that purguest with... i 487 Yes-a maiden's yes.....

spurned by the young......g 424 the summer of your youth. j 487 her yes said once to you

to be young is to be as one..a 487 lovely time of youth is......k 487 Yesterday-to-day is not y ..9 45 Younger-let thy love be y*...W 246

the youth of the soul is.....I 487 of cheerful yesterday's. .k 67 younger man of the two....g 487 eternity is youth......

1487 these are my yesterday's.....n 78 Your-but your's gives most....134 youth is a continual. ..m 487 families of yesterday.. .......4 86 I am yours forever*.. ...6 249

age and youth cannot*. ..0 487 y., the word of Cæsar*......4 118 Yourself-may to y, be true...6 251 youth is full of pleasance*... 487 but yesterday had finished..o 138 is unbelief in yourself...... f 449 youth like summer morn*..0 487 yesterday brown was still..' 279 Yourselves-your empires fall. . 1 366 youth like summer brave*..0487 of y. and to-morrow.. .....e 265 Youth-gulf-stream of our youth.g6

youth is full of sport*.......0 487 whose y's look backward....9 327 thy youth hath fled.

.fo youth is nimble* yesterday I loved...... .b 424

for the flush of youth.. .86 youth is hot and bold*......0 487 and to-morrow think on y.. .6 424

the feats of youth.

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y. is wild and age is tame*..0 487 this day was y. to-morrow..g 425 a happy youth, and.

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youth I do adore thee*. .....0487 to-morrow shall be y........9 425 ere youth itself be past.

he wears the roses of youth*p 487 to-morrow, to-day, y........8 425

youth soon is gone ..........9 45 very May-morn of his y*....9 487 wise lived yesterday........e 429

thou hast nor youth*.......U 235 youth that means to be*.....8 487 Yet-"but yet” is as a goaler* jj 496

life with wiser youth.......h 408 hail, blooming youth*. thanks of millions yet to be.w 347 resembling strong youth*...0 409 y. should be a sayings-bank.u 487

heart that not yet, never yet.v 413 spirit of y. in everything....r 270 Youthful-promises of y. heat..s 5 Yew-the eugh, obedient to the.j 433 ingenious y, of nations.....v 303 there no yew, nor cypress...k 441 I've done it from my youth. f 189

Z. slips of yew silver'd in*.....l 441 y. makes so fair, and passion f 146 Zeal-whose zeal outruns his..o 156

this lonely yew tree stands.n 441 youth of the year, celestial..r 372 want of z. in its inhabitants. a 488 Yield-must not yield up, till...n 73

y, to fortune and to fame....c 260 your z. outruns your........ 488 yields the cedar to the axe's..q 84

the prime of youth*.....

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through zeal knowledge is..c 488 and sigh, and yield*...

........h 361 muse imparts in fearless y..u 336 through lack of z. knowledge.c 488 man yields to death.........0 407 hope and y. are children..... 201 holy mistaken z. in politics.d 488 not yield up till it be forced. y 408 out thy y. with shapeless*..p 205 his zeal none seconded...... f 488 yield thy husbandman.....a 295 where the y. pined away....c 157 zeal moved thee.... shall not say I y., being*.....v 383 great is y.-equally great. .n 186 build me altars in their z.... 488

y. to Christian intercessors*u 384 the noble youth did dress*..i 210 zeal is very blind............ i 488 Yielding-y. to another when*..e 51 of y. the seeming length...h 231 I have more zeal than wit...j 488 Yoette-O lovly river of Yotte..i 365 a kiss of youth and love..... 220 my God with half the zeal*. .f 251 Yoke-must make the y. uneasy.e 257 said youth, one day.

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zeal and duty are not slow ..1324 thrust thy neck into a y.*..n 257 youth, hope, and love........1 233 lest zeal, now melted*.......8 324 who scorn's the Saviour's y.y 204 to me the hours of youth...w 233 shew their zeal, and hide...k 488 who best bear his mild yoke.k 180 a youth of frolics....

. 234 zeal, then, not charity...... 1 488 y. of our own wrong doing.. k 349 for all thy blessed youth*... u 235 we do that in our zeal our..m 488 even such a yoke as yours..g 221 in youth it sheltered me....0 432 your peaceful zeal shall find n 488

bow beneath the same yoke.x 267 than a youth is not for me*w 497 may too much zeal be had...€ 358 Yoked-are y. with a lamb*.... 258 youth and pleasure sport....t358 Zealot-faith let graceless z's....g 20

he that is go y. by a fool*....e 247 a beard is more than a y.*..t321 Zealous-spirit, 2., as he seemed e 488 Yonder-y. comes the powerful.o 410 youth and pleasure meet....v 302 Zed-zed ! thou unnecessary*.d 500 Yonker-trimm'd like a y.*....Y 277 y., our joys, our all we have.r 425 Zenith-wisdom mounts her z..c 265 Yorick-"alas, poor Yorick"...1293 y., health, and hope may....z 442 I find my zenith*. .........d 166 York-by this sun of York*....e 408 would not be that youth....a 329 vary their hues and all the z. 1 410 Young-to make an old man y...) 19 a youth of labour with...... i 395 Zephyr-zephyr with aurora....d 16 when hope was young....... k 31 the happiest youth*...

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flowers the wanton z's choose.b161 had its head bit off by its y* .j 32 shalt flourish in immortal y.r 398 they are as gentle as z'g*.

...3178 protective of his young..... ** 33 y. and health her eyes....... 473 to young z's warm caresses.u 151 to be y. was very heaven....m 35 what he steals from her y...425 soft the zephyr blows.......0488 whom God loves, die young..k 81 the flourish set on youth*...t 426 as the zephyr's swoon......p 488 the young may die............ 82 'tis not what our y. desires.a 486 faint the flagging z. springs.q 488 the gods love dies young.....W 82 y. dreams a bliss on......... 486 lulled by soft zephyrs thro'.r 488 rears her young on yonder... i 25 y. is to all the glad season...g 486 balmy zephyrs, silent since..8 488 whom the gods love die y..m 117 I approve of a y, that has... i 486 the zephyrs gently play ..... 488

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PAGE. PAGE. Afflicted-gods spare the a.....h 503 Applaud-I a. myself at home..c 563 Ability-e. without education..b 509 afflicted person is sacred....i 503 Apprehension-a's are greater.j 524

easily rise whose abilities...t 554 fate awaits the afflicted......v 523 a. of coming evil......... 1.1 524 Able-who has been a. to learn.r 507 Affliction-a's to which we are.g 503 well founded apprehensions m 562 Abode-he chooses his abode...s 552 best remedy against a.......549 Approve-I see and a. better....r 509 Absent-he hurts the absent....r 526 Affront-everything as an &.... 566 I see and approve the right.g 535 Absurd-nothing so absurd....a 503 Afraid-a. of nothing rushes...6 559 Arbitrary-a. will of another..,6 529 Abuse-you a. another person..h 507 Agamemnon-lived before A...m 550 Armed-to him who is armed..j 526 Accomplish-we a. more by...m 568 that you know Agamemnon.j 575 Army-an army abroad is of...k 557 Accord-come of their own a... 674 Age-for age to apply....

Arrogant-is not only a. but....b 564 Accusation-a false a. when....g 509 in old age we are too much.m 503 Art-by art, sails and oars......c 505 Accused-man should not be a.q 540 appropriately at a ripe age..o 516 art directs the light chariot.c 505 Accustom-a. yourself to what.d 327 this unfeeling age of ours.. w 520 greater proficient in his art. 530 Achieved-have not ourselves a.2 556 no age is shut against.......f 631 an art in knowing a thing...t 541 Acknowledged-no one ever a..n 571 & wornout body to old age... 539 than those finished by art.,0 550 Acquitted-guilty man is ever a.q 514 bent old age will come...... 542 the first art to be learned...k 562

that he should be a.........9 540 before old age I took care...p 544 the arts which belong to....g 570 Act-have decided, a. promptly.b 507 and consolation of age.......8 565 as if it were an art.......

h 571 Activity-by its very activity..p 562 Agreeable-useful with the a..U 565 | Artificer-every one is the a.... v 561 Admiration-lost in idle a......6510 Agreeing-agreeing to differ....c 504 Ascent-the ascent from earth .e 535 Admire-cease to a. the smoke.m 510 | Aid-fly away without aid..... 508 Ashamed-I am not ashamed as.a 537

admire those who attempt...b 526 Air-reascend to the upper air.8 542 begin to be ashamed of what.e 564 Admonished-being a. learn..... 541 should be written on air.... i 545 ashamed of what she ought.e 564 Advantage-our a's fly away...q 508 Alarm-our a's are more than..c 525 I am not ashamed that these.h 564

bring many advantages.....u 510 Alcides-do you seek a's equal.e 510 Ashes-covered by deceitful a..g 519

of what advantage is it....... 556 Alone-would be left quite a... i 539 Ask-when you ask for it.......9 562 Adversary-its a. is appointed..g 543 Alps-rush over the wildest A..h 539 Aspiring-when you are a......f 504 Adversity-a. usually reveals...f 512 Altercation-in excessive a.....r 511 Associate-impatient of an a...n 529

be calm in adversity .......m 512 | Ambition-when once a. has... i 504 Astonishment-produce a...... 536 cast down by adversity..

......n 513 Amusement-in our a's a......k 504 Attempt-who a. great things..b 526 adversity exacts it..........p 525 Ancestor-your remote a's.....g 556 Attend-a. to serious matters..p 506 lightens a. by sharing.......g 529 Ancestry-the records of our a. f 533 Attention-gives too little a....v 574 seen in adversity.. ......p 529 Anger-anger is the desire of..n 504 Authority-a. is strengthened.w 558 a. reminds men of religion..o 549 anger is a short madness....p 504 our minds by high a...i....n 570 in adversity it is easy ....... 549 racked by wine, and anger..q 504 Autumn-a. is the harvest...... 516 adversity with moderation..n 556 anger passes away in time..t 504 Avail-what does it avail you.. a 552 tried by adversity has good. 559 anger, though concealed....u 504 Avarice-you wish to remove a.d 505 easy in a. to despise

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minds such anger entertain.x 504 avarice the mother of all.....e 505 most acutely feel adversity.m 566 anger that is felt towards...p 526 blinded by avarice, they live.g 505 adversity tries men but.....n 572 anger belongs to beasts.... f 553 avarice, everything.

.........h 505 adversity reveals the skill...c 573 wine and anger to reveal it.k 563 Avoid-what you can not a.....h 525

became wiser by adversity..n 574 Angry-angry words suit the..b 503 carefully avoid in thyself....1 535 Advice-whatever a. you give...9531 Animal-even the mute a's.....f 529 Avoided-what should be a.....r 543

superfluous a. is not........d 549 Annoyance-become an a...... 529 Advise-a. well before you......6 507 | Annoying-nothing is more a..d 508

B. Affability-gentleness and a....i 531 Animosity-excite great a's....0511 Bacchanal-live like bacchanals h 517 Affair-means are great a's......j 527 Ant-ants do not bend their.. 8 549 Back-our own behind our b's..c 510

human a's as she pleases.... i 528 Anxiety-8. mingled with the..q 518 look back upon the past.....d 568

as regards human a's.. .k 528 Anxious-to be a. to crush.....d 571 Backward-not allowed to go b.m 572 Affection-when founded on a..m 523 Anything-much of a. is bad..b 564 Bad-the most are bad..

greater than true a.... .m 546 Appearance-first a. deceives.. i 517 who spares the bad...... ..e 541 bane of all true affection....$ 546 a's deceive many...... ...m 517 Badly-if matters go on badly..h 508 then affection for kindred...1 575 false appearances refuses....c 549 Bald-a b. man who pretends..k 517

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CIRCUMSTANCE.

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Bane-self-interest is the bane..8 546 Blind-their understandings

as our business prospers....( 528 Banishment-b. more bearable.x 553 everybody in love is blind... attended to business........ 545 Bard-b. to sing their praises..m 550 Blood-be thought of noble b..m 504 Barn-their ways to empty b's.8 549 until it is full of blood ......1653 Base-base to speak one thing..n 517 Bloom-every tree is in bloom.u 542 Cabbage-kills the schoolmaster.€560

scorn even of the base......U 549 Blow-in proportion to the b...d 534 Calamity-the c. of all.......... i 621 Baser-b. to write one thing...u 517 Blush-he blushes all is safe ...g 550 in his c. the scorn even..... 549 Battle-is half the battle.......9 513 | Boar-a boar in the waves.....m 537 c. is virtue's opportunity. urges even the unarmed to b.r 539

wild boar is often held......h 555 Call-scarcely call our own.....1556 Bear-and you will bear it well.d 527 Boaster-what will this boaster.k 570 Calmness-c. best enforces the.g 531 bear with equanimity... .......e 527 Boastful-puts an end to b..... w 524 Calumny-is so swift as С.......

f 507 bear both heat and cold.....n 542 Bodily-impair the b. powers..j 649 honor aid, and c deter....... 509 bears keep a peace...

..d 553 Body-what condition his b....6 508 Came-I c., I saw, I conquered..e 572 Beautiful-appears in a b......k 505 b's are slow of glowth. ......t 508 Camp-c. of those who covet...a 512 more beautiful than virtue.. i 571 b.loaded by the excess......6 622

the followers of the camp...g 573 Beauty-rare is the union of b.b 504

hands over a worn-out body. 539 Capricious-changeable and c.. a 575 the year in its highest b... .u 542 bodies are scarcely healed...6 548 Captive-bound c. at the.......p 531 beauty of mind and body....S 545 in a body in the same state. a 549 Care-oh! the cares of men.....s 505 see the beauty of virtue.....a 572 mind in a healthy body...

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do not care how many.......0507 b. is frail and transitory.....i 572 Bold-fortune helps the bold...8 513 care invokes the thief.......2513 money gives birth and b.....t 573 concealed by a bold front ...k 524 care should be taken that.. ..g 5

510 many beauties in a work....h 575 Boldest-b. in word and tongue.i 514 care should be not to live....544 Bee-honey there are bees......f 503 Bond-the first bond of society.n 547 secret cares torment..

f 566 Begin-begin at the lowest....j 504 Book-the subject of this book..j 506 cares and my inquiries....... 568

to begin is half the work.....l 505 multitude of books distract..l 506 the bitterness of cares...... 574 b. whatever you have to do.m 505 Born-born not for himself ....h 506 Careful-c. attention to one....j 507

whatever begins also ends...g 568 as soon as we are born......h 516 Carriage-journey is as good as c.0510 Beginnest-thou b. better than.q 505 been born to associate.......1523 Carthage-C. must be destroyed.1573 Beginning-the b's of all things.n 505 happened before one was b..a 512 Case-he who decides a case. ...c541

always beginning to live....p 505 Bosom-from the full bosom... 562 Cause-art the c. O reader......k 506 resist b's it is too late....... 505 descendinto his own bosom.u 563 result of trivial causes......p 507 everything that has a b......8 505 find in our own bosoms..... 564 the cause is hidden always beginning to live....0 526 Bought-bought at the expense.d 543 in an easy cause any man...h 519

before beginning a diligent.d 556 Boundless-its progress is b.... i 504 Caution-time for c. is past...... 513 Begun-well b. is half done.....0 505 Bow-Moorish bows and darts . i 509 Cautious-seldom is any one o.. t556 Begs-he who begs timidly...

.....e 525 Bowl-inspiring bowl made....x573 Cavil-shall not cavil at a few..h 575 Believe-to b. what if believed.b 506 Boy-must, while a boy .......n 542 Censor-we become censors

believe one who has tried it.r 622 within which dwelle a boy.n 575 Censure-c. pardons crows.....$ 507 men believe the worst.......t 524 Brain-the brain is the citadel.m 549 Certain-nothing as c. except.. u 6:20 you believe that easily. . i 536 Brass-more lasting than brass j 550 Chance-c. affects the one......k 507 b. that each day which......h 560 Brave-no man can be brave....1612 occur by mere chance....... a 508 I believe that man to be.....b 570 brave men ought not. n 613 chance has thrown in........7518

who wish us to believe....m 571 the brave and bold persist...p 513 whatever c. shall bring ......e 527 Believed-he b. that he was....h 506 fortune favors the brave.....r 513 was ever wise by chance...... 574 Bell-the b. never rings of itself.d 503 truly brave who can endure r 549 Change-c. generally pleases...k 508 Belly-b. is the teacher of art..e 551 Bravest-b. men are frightened i 525 he c's squares into circles...g 503 Benefit-a benefit consists not..e 506 Bread-offers b. with the other n 517 by some happy change will..6 557

a benefit is estimated........f 506 Breast-in the inmost breast...8 518 Character-let the c. as it...... k 509 there is no benefit so small. .g 506 a pure and firm breast......a 529 injury done to character... 1609 benefits are acceptable.......$ 538 rages within the breast. ..f 634 c. shapes the fortune........0509

to receive a benefit is to sell.t 564 lives within the breast.. on 563 c. of the nation may be....... 510 Betray-you betray your own..c 524 Breath-survive their breath...r 515 ignorant of a man's c.......4541 Betrayer-a b. of the truth......b 569 Brick-city of b. and he left it .n 510 with unblemished character.d544 Better-make us b.and happier. f 532 Broken-shines she is broken..r 528 character is stained by.. ..f 556

better than the very worst..h 533 more easily broken than.... w 534 his is a trifling character..., 1 568 it is often better not to see..p 539 Brother-crime to injure a b...e 515

should maintain his e....... 570 anything better than this...d 542 a noble pair of brothers......529 Charm-have a secret charm ...c 554 I know all that better than..$ 512 Bud-the bud is easily crushed v 520 Chastity-c. and modesty form.p 547

it is better to receive than...c 571 Bull-does the b. attack its foe..i 513 woman has lost her c......... 571 Beware-then b. of many...... 557 blood of a hundred bulls....d 332 Cheerfully-light which is c... 519 Bigotry-so much evil was b,..c 556 Bulwark-be this thy brazen b.k 511 Chief-the c's contend only....p 511 Birth-b. and ancestry and that l 556 Burden-he who weighs his b...t 612 Child-man is always a child... 535

has not changed your birth.m 561 the b. which is well borne...c 513 is always to be a child Birthday-the b. of eternity ...p 516 Burial-their place of burial...p 511 Children-you may please c.... A 539 Bitter-how bitter it is to reap.9 538 Burn-prepares to b. a house...8 525 their children by severe...... 575 Bitterness-with increased b...e 561 Business-part of every b. is...n 506 better to keep children to.... 575 Black-black look white .......r 517 business of other people....0506 wishes his children to be....r 575 Blame-the b. that is due to a..a 641 sharpest to his own b........t 506 Choice-the c. of two things.... 562

whatever web. in another..p 564, engage in the business...... a 507 Circle-hours fly along in a c... 6 567 Blessed-men are seldom b.....a 528 above nor below his b. ......d 607 Circumstance-change of c's...c 508 Blessing-the b's of health...... 508 you have seen in business... 522 circumstances of other sum.c 512

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