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INDEX TO THE FIRST LINES.
A city clerk, but gently born and bred, 152.
little Anne? 220.
sleep, my sister dear! 540.
DAGONET, the fool, whom Gawain in his mood,
and the best, 868.
BANNER of England, not for a season, O banner
of Britain, hast thou, 509.
EH? good daäy! good daäy! thaw it bean't not
Caress'p or chidden by the slender hand, 25,
mooch of a daäy, 86o.
Glory of warrior, glory of orator, glory of song,
Like souls that balance joy and pain, 115.
this is the seventh nig
ley dimm'd in the gloaming, 3.
MANY a hearth upon our dark globe sighs after
many a vanished face, 788.
time about now, 545.
Näy, noä mander o' use to be callin' 'im Roa,
Roä, Roä, 785
Had the fierce ashes of some fiery peak, 853.
yer Honour? last year, 543.
church of old, 530.
I BUILT my soul a lordly pleasure-house, 43.
ing over the sand? 533.
father dead, 518.
O BLACKBIRD! sing me something well, 60
winds were dead, 865.
LADY Clara Vere de Vere, 48.
paced these sandy tracts, 548.
Once in a golden hour, 230.
purblind race of miserable men, 347.
thou so fair in summers gone, 563.
seen him before, 507.
coon'd last night, 504.
well for him whose will is strong. 229.
young Mariner, 806.
he past away, 526.
PELLAM the King, who held and lost with Lot,
QUEEN GUINEVERE had fled the court, and sat,
RALPH would fight in Edith's sight, 866.
SEA-KINGS' daughter from over the sea, 218.
start aside? 859.
That is his portrait painted by himself, 876.
Heavy Brigade! 556.
of Homer! 237.
and the plains, 234.
heads together, 877.
Time shall last!' 562.
ULYSSES, much-experienced man, 802.
Vex not thou the poet's mind, 14.
WaÄit till our Sally cooms in, fur thou mun a'
sights to tell, 494.
and sea, 492.
come right,' 490.
sweet summer hours'? 862.
fountain ? 810.
When cats run home and light is come, 9.
fashion d and worship a Spirit of Evil, 503,
you sear? 798.
your deeps and heights? 868.
You ask me, why, tho' ill at ease, 63.
mother dear, 49.
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