An Index of
Kipling's Verse


By titles

by John Walker



[April 8 2004]


John Walker is continuing his audit of Kipling's verse, published and unpublished. The aim is to make the Verse Indexes in the New Readers' Guide as complete and accurate as possible, both for students of the verse, and for users of the Guide who simply wish to trace a poem, or a line. Before using the Indexes it may be helpful to read the attached note of guidance .

There are over 2000 items in the current list. It includes the O.R.G. number (in more or less chronological order) Title, First Line, Collection(s), Page Number in Rutherford (RUTH), and Page Number in the Definitive Edition (DV) of the verse. As before, we are presenting the list by title (below) and there is also a version arranged by first lines . We are also working on a list arranged by date of writing or first publication, not as straightforward an issue as it sounds. We will be adding links to those poems that are so far covered in the Guide. Later on we plan to offer a fuller version for serious students of the verse. It's worth bearing in mind that if you are using MS Internet Explorer as your browser you can use Edit/Find above (or Ctrl+f) to search for a word in the table.

The table is a large file, which may take a minute or two to load, depending on the speed of your connection to the Internet. It is a working document, and John Walker is keen to have comments, corrections, queries, or suggestions. Please email to jwawalker@another.com .

Click here for a list of the main collections, which explains the abbreviations used in the fourth column.



O.R.G.
Number
TITLE(S)
FIRST LINE
COLLECTED IN
RUTH.
Page
DV
Page
219 (Certain) Maxims of Hafiz (I); SEE; Certain Maxims of Hafiz (I) If it be pleasant to look on, stalled in the packed serai E.V.(1900) (23 MAXIMS) ,I.V(1919),SUS/BUR(1938-41),D.V.(1940)
60
219 (Certain) Maxims of Hafiz (II); SEE; Certain Maxims of Hafiz (II) Yea, though a Kafir die, to him is remitted Jehannum E.V.(1900) (23 MAXIMS) ,I.V(1919),SUS/BUR(1938-41),D.V.(1940)
61
219 (Certain) Maxims of Hafiz (III); SEE; Certain Maxims of Hafiz (III) Blister we not for bursati? So when the heart is vexed E.V.(1900) (23 MAXIMS) ,I.V(1919),SUS/BUR(1938-41),D.V.(1940)
61
219 (Certain) Maxims of Hafiz (IV); SEE; Certain Maxims of Hafiz (IV) The temper of chums, the love of your wife, and a new piano's tune E.V.(1900) (23 MAXIMS) ,I.V(1919),SUS/BUR(1938-41),D.V.(1940)
61
219 (Certain) Maxims of Hafiz (IX); SEE; Certain Maxims of Hafiz (IX) If He play, being young and unskilful, for shekels of silver and gold E.V.(1900) (23 MAXIMS) ,I.V(1919),SUS/BUR(1938-41),D.V.(1940)
61
219 (Certain) Maxims of Hafiz (V); SEE; Certain Maxims of Hafiz, (V) Who are the Rulers of Ind - to whom shall we bow the knee? E.V.(1900) (23 MAXIMS) ,I.V(1919),SUS/BUR(1938-41),D.V.(1940)
61
219 (Certain) Maxims of Hafiz (VI); SEE; Certain Maxims of Hafiz (VI) Does the woodpecker flit round the young ferash? - Does the grass clothe a new-built wall? E.V.(1900) (23 MAXIMS) ,I.V(1919),SUS/BUR(1938-41),D.V.(1940)
61
219 (Certain) Maxims of Hafiz (VII); SEE; Certain Maxims of Hafiz (VII) If She grow suddenly gracious - reflect. Is it all for thee? E.V.(1900) (23 MAXIMS) ,I.V(1919),SUS/BUR(1938-41),D.V.(1940)
61
219 (Certain) Maxims of Hafiz (VIII); SEE; Certain Maxims of Hafiz (VIII) Seek not the favour of women. So shall you find it indeed. E.V.(1900) (23 MAXIMS) ,I.V(1919),SUS/BUR(1938-41),D.V.(1940)
61
219 (Certain) Maxims of Hafiz (X); SEE; Certain Maxims of Hafiz (X) With a 'weed' among men or horses verily this is best E.V.(1900) (23 MAXIMS) ,I.V(1919),SUS/BUR(1938-41),D.V.(1940)
62
219 (Certain) Maxims of Hafiz (XI); SEE; Certain Maxims of Hafiz (XI) Pleasant the snaffle of courtship, improving the manners and carriage E.V.(1900) (23 MAXIMS) ,I.V(1919),SUS/BUR(1938-41),D.V.(1940)
62
219 (Certain) Maxims of Hafiz (XII); SEE; Certain Maxims of Hafiz (XII) As the thriftless gold of the babul, so is the gold that we spread E.V.(1900) (23 MAXIMS) ,I.V(1919),SUS/BUR(1938-41),D.V.(1940)
62
219 (Certain) Maxims of Hafiz (XIII); SEE; Certain Maxims of Hafiz (XIII) The ways of a man with a maid be strange, yet simple and tame E.V.(1900) (23 MAXIMS) ,I.V(1919),SUS/BUR(1938-41),D.V.(1940)
62
219 (Certain) Maxims of Hafiz (XIV); SEE; Certain Maxims of Hafiz (XIV) In public Her face turneth to thee, and pleasant Her smile when ye meet E.V.(1900) (23 MAXIMS) ,I.V(1919),SUS/BUR(1938-41),D.V.(1940)
62
219 (Certain) Maxims of Hafiz (XIX); SEE; Certain Maxims of Hafiz (XIX) My son, if I, Hafiz, thy father, take hold of thy knees in my pain E.V.(1900) (23 MAXIMS) ,I.V(1919),SUS/BUR(1938-41),D.V.(1940)
63
219 (Certain) Maxims of Hafiz (XVI); SEE; Certain Maxims of Hafiz (XVI) My son, if a maiden deny thee and scufflingly bid thee give o'er E.V.(1900) (23 MAXIMS) ,I.V(1919),SUS/BUR(1938-41),D.V.(1940)
63
219 (Certain) Maxims of Hafiz (XVII); SEE; Certain Maxims of Hafiz (XVII) If we fall in the race, though we win, the hoof-slide is scarred on the course E.V.(1900) (23 MAXIMS) ,I.V(1919),SUS/BUR(1938-41),D.V.(1940)
63
219 (Certain) Maxims of Hafiz (XVIII); SEE; Certain Maxims of Hafiz (XVIII) By all am I misunderstood!' if the Matron shall say, or the Maid E.V.(1900) (23 MAXIMS) ,I.V(1919),SUS/BUR(1938-41),D.V.(1940)
63
219 (Certain) Maxims of Hafiz: Uncollected; SEE; Certain Maxims of Hafiz: Uncollected Hearts that be seared by passion, and hocks that the iron sears E.V.(1900) (23 MAXIMS) ,I.V(1919),SUS/BUR(1938-41),D.V.(1940)

125 (Sonnet) On Being Rejected of One's Horse Give me my rein, my sais! Give me my rein! E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 239
909 1857 - 1907; SEE; Veterans, The Today, across our fathers' graves Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
305
83.1/744.1 A new song, sirrah?'; SEE; Epigraph to 'Echoes' A new song, sirrah? E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 223

A weed, one weed, and only one had I' A weed, one weed, and only one had I RUTH (1986) 222
888 A.D. 1200; SEE; Tree Song, A Of all the trees that grow so fair S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
497
957 A.D. 1800; SEE; 'Poor Honest Men' Your jar of Virginny S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
551
364.2 About a Certain Peacock (Disputed) In an ornithological Hades (O.R.G.)

735 Absent-Minded Beggar, The When you've shouted 'Rule Britannia', when you've sung 'God save the Queen' F.N.(1903), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
459
216 Accompanying a Sketch by John Lockwood Kipling (An Afridi) [Lines from 'Arithmetic on the Frontier'] With home-bred hordes the hill-sides teem (O.R.G.)

1096 Actors (in Holy Trinity Church, Stratford-On-Avon); SEE; Epitaphs of the War: Actors' Memorial Epitaph, 1914-1919, Stratford-upon-Avon We counterfeited once for your disport Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1009 Advice to a New Workman; SEE; Mary's Son If you stop to find out what your wages will be Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
373
391.1 After (Disputed) After the daybreak the blistering sun (O.R.G.)

117 After Long Years; SEE; Locked Way, A Open the Gate! E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 136
700 After Retrocessional; SEE; Recessional God of our fathers, known of old F.N.(1903), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
328

After the Fever (Title duplicated) Let the worst come now, and I shall not fear RUTH (1986) 146
135 After the Fever (Title duplicated); OR; Natural Theology in a Doolie Let us begin, and carry up this corpse RUTH (1986) 266
499 After the Promise; OR; Day is Most Fair, The [Lines in 'The Finest Story in the World'] The day is most fair, the cheery wind SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 138
988 After the War; SEE; American Rebellion (After), The The snow lies thick on Valley Forge H.E. (1911), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
726
1190 Ah! Jesu-Moder Pitye My Oe Peyne [Lines in 'Dayspring Mishandled' ] Ah! Jesu-Moder, pitie my oe peyne I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1194 Ah, Would Swift Ships had Never Been; OR; Greek Song [Lines in 'The Manner of Men'] Ah, would swift ships had never been about the seas to rove SUS/BUR(1938-41)

943 Ai Lumai - Luladia [Lines in 'A Priest in Spite of Himself'] Ai Lumai, Lumai, Lumai! Luludia! SUS/BUR(1938-41)

1196 Akbar's Bridge [With 'The Debt'] Jelaludin Muhammed Akbar, Guardian of Mankind I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
779
698.1 Aladdin Now has Won (Got) his Wife [Lines in 'Slaves of the Lamp' Parts I and II] Aladdin now has won (got) his wife SUS/BUR(1938-41)

825 All Arms; SEE; Return, The Peace is declared, an' I return I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
485
751 All the World Over, Nursing Their Scars; OR; Sons of the Laurel; OR; Pity Poor Fighting Men All the world over, nursing their scars S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

208 Alnaschar So runs the telegram. Prepare RUTH (1986) 346
1127 Alnaschar and the Oxen [With 'The Bull That Thought'] There's a pasture in the valley where the hanging woods divide I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
759
355 Alone upon the Housetops; SEE; Love Song of Har Dyal, The Alone upon the housetops to the North S.B.(1912),I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
637
674 Always More and Never Less [Lines in 'Captains Courageous'] Always more and never less SUS/BUR(1938-41)

475 American Critics We are 'insincere' they tell us (O.R.G.)

987 American Rebellion (1776) (Before), The; OR; 'Twas not While England's Sword Unsheathed Twas not while England's sword unsheathed H.E. (1911), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
726
988 American Rebellion (After), The; OR; After the War; OR; Song of Valley Forge, The The snow lies thick on Valley Forge H.E. (1911), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
726
515 American Song [Heading to 'Namgay Doola'] There came to the beach a poor exile of Erin SUS/BUR(1938-41)

608 American, An If the Led Striker call it a strike S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
184
327 Amir Ali Loquitur They speak of "Congress" meeting. they have asked me to "preside" (O.R.G.)

102 Amour de Voyage; OR; 'And I was a man who could write you rhyme'; OR; Les Amours de Voyage 1 And I was a man who could write you rhyme E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 173
713 An Almanac of Twelve Sports: Archery; SEE; Verses on Games: Archery The child of the Nineties consider with laughter I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

717 An Almanac of Twelve Sports: Boxing; SEE; Verses on Games: Boxing Read here the moral roundly writ I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

714 An Almanac of Twelve Sports: Coaching; SEE; Verses on Games: Coaching The Pious Horse to church may trot I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

708 An Almanac of Twelve Sports: Coursing; SEE; Verses on Games: Coursing Most men harry the world for fun I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

712 An Almanac of Twelve Sports: Cricket; SEE; Verses on Games: Cricket Thank God who made the British Isles I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

719 An Almanac of Twelve Sports: Final; SEE; Verses on Games: Final Now we must come away I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

711 An Almanac of Twelve Sports: Fishing; SEE; Verses on Games: Fishing Behold a parable. A fished for B I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

716 An Almanac of Twelve Sports: Golf; SEE; Verses on Games: Golf Why Golf is Art and Art is Golf I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

707 An Almanac of Twelve Sports: Hunting; SEE; Verses on Games: Hunting Certes, it is a noble sport I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

706 An Almanac of Twelve Sports: Prelude; SEE; Verses on Games: Prelude Here is a horse to tame I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
358
709 An Almanac of Twelve Sports: Racing; SEE; Verses on Games: Racing The horse is ridden - the jockey rides I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

710 An Almanac of Twelve Sports: Rowing; SEE; Verses on Games: Rowing The Pope of Rome he could not win I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

715 An Almanac of Twelve Sports: Shooting; SEE; Verses on Games: Shooting Peace upon Earth, Goodwill to men' I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

718 An Almanac of Twelve Sports: Skating; SEE; Verses on Games: Skating Over the ice she flies I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1013 An Old Song Re-sung; SEE; Farewell and Adieu Harwich (Greenwich) (English) (Norwich) Ladies Farewell and adieu to you Harwich Ladies I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

316.2 An' Since 'Twas Very Clear, etc. [Lines in 'The Story of the Gadsby's'] An' since was very clear we drank only ginger beer (O.R.G.)

599 Anchor Song ['Envoy' (L'Envoi) to 'Many Inventions'] Heh! Walk her round. Heave, ah, heave her short again! S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
111
929 And Gallio Cared for None of These Things'; SEE; Gallio's Song All day long to the judgment-seat S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
542
102 And I was a man who could write you rhyme'; SEE; Amour de Voyage And I was a man who could write you rhyme E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 173
260 And the Ploughman Settled the Share; SEE; What the People Said By the well, where the bullocks go D.D.& O.V.(1886), E.V.(1900),,I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
66
461.1 And the Wild Plums Grow in the Jungle [Lines in 'Without Benefit of Clergy'] And the wild plums grow in the jungle, only a penny a pound SUS/BUR(1938-41)

587 And There was No More Sea; SEE; Last Chantey, The Thus said the Lord in the Vault above the Cherubim S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
160
347 And They were Stronger Hands Than Mine [Dedication (L'Envoi) to 'Soldiers Three'] And they were stronger hands than mine I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)

287 And Why Should We Beat our Heads [Lines in 'The Writing of Yakub Khan'] And why should we beat our heads against the rock, for we only spill our brains SUS/BUR (1938-41)

122 Anglo-Indian Rhymes: 'I had a little husband'; SEE; Nursery Rhymes for Little Anglo-Indians, (V) I had a little husband E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 230
122 Anglo-Indian Rhymes: 'Jack's own Jill goes up the Hill'; SEE; Nursery Rhymes for Little Anglo-Indians (VI) Jack's own Jill goes up the Hill E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 232
122 Anglo-Indian Rhymes: 'Mary, Mary, quite contrary'; SEE; Nursery Rhymes for Little Anglo-Indians, (VIII) Mary, Mary, quite contrary E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 232
122 Anglo-Indian Rhymes: 'See-saw, Justice and Law'; SEE; Nursery Rhymes for Little Anglo-Indians, (X) See-saw, Justice and Law E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 231
122 Anglo-Indian Rhymes: 'Sing a Song of Sixpence'; SEE; Nursery Rhymes for Little Anglo-Indians, (XI) Sing a Song of Sixpence E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 231
122 Anglo-Indian Rhymes: 'Ta, Ta, Big Prince'; SEE; Nursery Rhymes for Little Anglo-Indians: (XII) Ta, Ta, Big Prince (O.R.G.)

122 Anglo-Indian Rhymes: Uncollected; OR; Nursery Rhymes for Little Anglo-Indians: Uncollected; OR; 'Little Joe Fayrer' Little Joe Fayrer sat with his bearer (O.R.G.)

122 Anglo-Indian Rhymes: 'With a lady flirt a little'; SEE; Nursery Rhymes for Little Anglo-Indians (XIV) With a lady flirt a little E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 230
122 Anglo-Indian Rhymes; Uncollected; SEE; Nursery Rhymes for Little Anglo-Indians: Uncollected Twinkle, twinkle, little star (O.R.G.)

660 Angutivan Tina'; SEE; 'Angutivaun Taina' Our gloves are stiff with the frozen blood S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
667
660 Angutivaun Taina'; OR; 'Angutivan Tina' [Lines in 'Quiquern'] Our gloves are stiff with the frozen blood S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
667
603 Animals Went in Two by Two, The [Lines in 'Her Majesty's Servants'] Oh, Noah he built himself an ark SUS/BUR(1938-41)

530 Answer, The (An) A Rose, in tatters on the garden path S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
373
286.1 Anthony Dawking [Lines in 'Mr. Anthony Dawking'] Anthony Dawking is my name (O.R.G.)

975 Anvil, The (Norman Conquest 1066); OR; Anvil, The; OR; William (the Conqueror's)Work (Song); OR; Making of England, The; OR; Willliam's Work England's on the anvil - hear the hammers ring H.E. (1911), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
713
975 Anvil, The; SEE; Anvil, The (Norman Conquest 1066) England's on the anvil - hear the hammers ring H.E. (1911), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
713
1233 Appeal, The If I have given you delight SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
827
103 Appropriate Verses on an Elegant Landscape The fields were upholstered with poppies so red E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986)

463 Are Koko; SEE; Oh, Crow Oh crow! Go crow! Baby's sleeping sound SUS/BUR(1938-41)

30 Argument of a Projected Poem to be called 'The Seven Nights of Creation'; OR; Fragment of a Projected Poem Lo! what is this I make! Are these his limbs S.B.L.(1881), E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 89
216 Arithmetic on the Frontier A great and glorious thing it is D.D.& O.V.(1886), E.V.(1900),,I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
45
166 Army Headquarters Ahasuerus Jenkins of the "Operatic Own" D.D.& O.V.(1886), E.V.(1900),,I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
5
986 Army Musket 1700-1815, The; SEE; 'Brown Bess' In the days of lace-ruffles, perukes and brocade H.E. (1911), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
724
875 Army Reform - After the Boer War; SEE; Song of the Old Guard, The Know this, my brethren, Heaven is clear S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
313
697 Arrah, Patsy (Patrick) [Lines in 'Slaves of the Lamp' Part I] (Not Kipling) Arrah, Patsy, mind the baby! Arrah, Patsy, mind the child! (O.R.G.)

362 Arry and the Markiss So you think, you old bloke, you can lord it, and come with your patter and chaff (O.R.G.)


As far as the East is set from the West' As far as the East is set from the West RUTH (1986) 177
134 As one who throws Earth's gold away in scorn' As one who throws Earth's gold away in scorn RUTH (1986) 265
256 As the Bell Clinks' As I left the Halls at Lumley, rose the vision of a comely D.D.& O.V.(1886), E.V.(1900),,I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
52
918 As the Land of Little Leisure [Lines in 'A Conclusion'] As the Land of Little Leisure SUS/BUR(1938-41)

945 Astrologer's Song, An [With 'A Doctor of Medicine'] To the Heavens above us S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
590
1197 At His Execution [With 'The Manner of Men'] I am made all things to all men- I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
781
397 At the Back o' the Knightsbridge Barracks; OR; Oh Do Not Despise the Advice of the Wise [Lines in 'My Great and Only'] At the back of the Knightsbridge Barracks SUS/BUR(1938-41)

200 At the Bar Help for a Councillor distressed - a spotless spirit hurt! RUTH (1986) 338
153 At the Distance Can she stay? Here's the chestnut behind us - he's trying to pass to the right RUTH (1986) 300

At the End of a Year This is the end of a year RUTH (1986) 208
622 At the Hole Where He Went in [Heading to 'Rikki-Tikki-Tavi] At the hole where he went in S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)


Attainment, The; OR; Escaped! Peace for a season - in the heart of me RUTH (1986) 148
987 Twas not While England's Sword Unsheathed; SEE; American Rebellion (1776) (Before), The Twas not while England's sword unsheathed H.E. (1911), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
726
82 Au Revoir; OR; Song of St. Valentine, A; OR ; To A.E.W.; OR; Valentine, A What Song shall we sing to the Swallow RUTH (1986) 212
536 Auchinleck's Ride [Heading to 'The Naulahka', Chapter I] There was a strife 'twixt man and maid S.B.(1912), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

941 Aurettes and Lees [Lines in 'Brother Square-Toes'] Aurettes and Lees SUS/BUR(1938-41)

1222 Australian Armistice Day Ode; SEE; Ode - Melbourne Shrine of Remembrance So long as memory, valour, and faith endure SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
189
43 Auto-da-Fé, An And did you love me then so much RUTH (1986) 79
428 Ave Atque Vale The master-race of the world to a master-ruler of men (O.R.G.)

36 Ave Imperatrix From every quarter of your land E.V.(1900),L.S.T.(VARIES), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986)
169
1161 Awakening, The (Not Kipling) Text not available (O.R.G.)

1198 Azrael's Count [With 'Uncovenanted Mercies'] Lo! The Wild Cow of the Desert, her yeanling estrayed from her I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
789
670 B. E. L.; SEE; Mystery Poem, A There were five liars bold (O.R.G.)

609 Back to the Army Again' I'm 'ere in a lousy ulster and a broken billycock 'at S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
430
904 Baden-Powell on S.S. Armadale Castle (or Dunedin Castle); SEE; This is the Ocean Bright and Clear This is the ocean bright and blue (clear) (O.R.G.)

1106.2 Baldwin's Swine Some to Women, some to Wine (O.R.G.)

455 Ballad [Heading to 'The Light that Failed' , Chapter XII] There were three friends that buried the fourth S.B.(1912),I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

435 Ballad [Heading to 'The Man Who Was'; OR; Heading to 'The Light That Failed', Chapter XII] The Earth gave up her Dead that Tide SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)

217 Ballad of Ahmed Shah This is the ballad of Ahmed Shah RUTH (1986) 353
77.1 Ballad of Bitterness, A How shall he sing of Christmas fun RUTH (1986) 206
331 Ballad of Boh Da Thone, The; OR; Burma War (1883-5), The Boh Da Thone was a warrior bold B.R.B.&O.V(1892), I.V.(1919),SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
255
384 Ballad of East and West, The; OR; Kamal [Heading to 'The Ballad of East and West'] Oh, East is East and West is West, and never the twain shall meet B.R.B.&O.V(1892), I.V.(1919),SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
234
297 Ballad of Fisher's Boarding-House, The Twas Fultah Fisher's boarding-house D.D.& O.V.(1886), E.V.(1900),,I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
40
379 Ballad of Indian Ink, A Text not available (O.R.G.)

946 Ballad of Minepit Shaw, The [With 'A Tree of Justice] About the time that taverns shut S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
660
425 Ballad of the "Clampherdown", The It was our war-ship Clampherdown B.R.B.&O.V(1892), I.V.(1919),SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
138
695 Ballad of the Bell Buoy, The; SEE; Bell Buoy, The They christened my brother of old F.N.(1903), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
294
520 Ballad of the 'Bolivar', The Seven men from all the world back to (the) Docks again B.R.B.&O.V(1892), I.V.(1919),SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
137
149 Ballad of the Breakup, A; SEE; Carmen Simlaense I've danced till my shoes are outworn E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 292
495 Ballad of the 'Bus, The When the chocolate 'bus rolled westward-ho (O.R.G.)

68 Ballad of the King's Daughter, The; OR; Old Ballad If my Love come to me over the water E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 68
405 Ballad of the King's Jest, The [Heading to 'The Naulahka', Chapter XVI; OR; Heading to 'Beast and Man in India, Chapter X] When spring-time flushes the desert grass B.R.B.&O.V(1892), I.V.(1919),SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
247
382 Ballad of the King's Mercy, The Abdhur Rahman, the Durani Chief, of him is the story told B.R.B.&O.V(1892), I.V.(1919),SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
243
417 Ballad of the Red Earl, The; OR; Red Earl, The Red Earl, and will ye take for guide I.V.(1919),SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
230
937 Ballad of the Ski, The [Inscription in 'The Seven Seas'] Two strips of bright and finished wood / board (O.R.G.)

473 Ballad of the Yellow Pi Dog, The His standing (slouching) figure I espy (O.R.G.)

181 Ballad. By an Em-n-nt L-d The Baboo's in my hand (O.R.G.)

264 Ballad; SEE; Old Barrack-Room Ballad Jain 'Arding was a sergeant's wife SUS/BUR (1938-41)

294 Ballade of Bad Entertainment, A; OR; Ballade of Dak Bungalows, A A wanderer from East to West E.V. (1900),O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 394
9 Ballade of Bitternesse, A; SEE; De Profundis The cup is devoid of its coffee RUTH (1986) 66
218 Ballade of Burial, A If down here I chance to die D.D.& O.V.(1886), E.V.(1900),,I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
31
294 Ballade of Dak Bungalows, A; SEE; Ballade of Bad Entertainment, A A wanderer from East to West E.V. (1900),O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 394
399 Ballade of Eternal Youth Victims of life's hard storm and stress (O.R.G.)


Ballade of Indian Tea, A I wander East, I wander West RUTH (1986) 464
220 Ballade of Jakko Hill, A One moment bid the horses wait D.D.& O.V.(1886), E.V.(1900),,I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
50
461 Ballade of Lobsters, A Will you take a little action now? (O.R.G.)

389 Ballade of Pantomime Fresh young faces with eyes cast down (O.R.G.)

392 Ballade of Photographs, A Behold, O Fortune-favoured one RUTH (1986) 451
393 Ballade of the Last Suttee, The; SEE; Last Suttee, The Udai Chand lay sick to death B.R.B.&O.V(1892), I.V.(1919),SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
238
728 Ballade of the Learned Lipsius, The Text not available SUS/BUR(1938-41)

386 Ballade of the Vacuus Viator I saunter down through Regent Street (O.R.G.)

391 Bang Upon the Big Drum; OR; So They Sent a Corp'ril's File [Lines in 'The Incarnation of Krishna Mulvaney'] So they sent a corp'ril's file SUS/BUR(1938-41)

1128 Banquet Night' [With 'In the Interests of the Brethren'] Once in so often,' King Solomon said I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
750
514 Baron, The [Heading to 'The Return of Imray'] The doors were wide, the story saith S.B.(1912),I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

247 Barrack Room Ballad An' when the war began, we chased the bold Afghan SUS/BUR(1938-41)

252 Barrack Room Ballad; OR; The Taking of Lungtungpen So we loosed a bloomin' volley SUS/BUR (1938-41),D.V.(1940)

301 Barrack Room Ballad; OR; Troopin (Part of) [Heading to 'The Big Drunk Draf''] We're goin' 'ome, we're goin' 'ome (O.R.G.)

596 Barrack-Room Ballad [Heading to 'My Lord the Elephant'] Less you want your toes trod off S.B.(1912), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

441 Barrack-Room Ballad [Heading to 'The Light that Failed', Chapter II] Then we brought the lances down, then the bugles blew SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1171 Bastard King (of England), The (Disputed) Oh, the minstrels sing (O.R.G.)

1083 Batteries out of Ammunition; SEE; Epitaphs of the War: Batteries out of Ammunition If any mourn us in the workshop, say Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

39.2 Battle of Assaye, The Save (See) where our huge sea-castles from afar S.B.L.(1881), E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 162
188 Battle of Assye, The The man was a man you could follow to the death (O.R.G.)

345 Battle of Navarino, The; OR; Navarino; OR; That Day at Navarino (Disputed) Our vanship was the Asia SUS/BUR (1938-41)

230 Bay of Naples, The (Disputed) Oh, radiant Bay of Naples, by the tourist much admired (O.R.G.)

1121 Be Fit; SEE; Preface to Land and Sea Tales To all to whom this little book may come I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
737
1018 Be Well Assured that On Our Side; SEE; Song in Storm, A Be well assured that on our side Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
148
899 Bee-boy's Song, The [With ' Dymchurch Flit'] Bees! Bees! Hark to your bees! S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
593
865 Beef when You are Hungry [Lines in 'A Tour of Inspection'] Beef when you are hungry SUS/BUR(1938-41)

927 Bees and the Flies, The [With 'The Mother Hive'] A farmer of the Augustan Age S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
543
807 Before a Midnight Breaks in Storm' [Dedication to 'The Five Nations'] Before a midnight breaks in storm I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
293
984 Before Edgehill (Fight); SEE; Edgehill Fight (Civil Wars 1642) Naked and grey the Cotswolds stand H.E. (1911), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
722
1037 Beginnings, The [With 'Mary Postgate'] It was not part of their blood I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
673

Beleaguered City, A The Stranger and the Resident RUTH (1986) 210
695 Bell Buoy, The; OR; Ballad of the Bell Buoy, The They christened my brother of old F.N.(1903), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
294
992 Bells and Queen Victoria, The; OR; Bells and the Queen, The Gay go up and gay go down H.E. (1911), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
731
992 Bells and the Queen, The; SEE; Bells and Queen Victoria, The Gay go up and gay go down H.E. (1911), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
731
467 Belts There was a row in Silver Street that's near to Dublin Quay B.R.B.&O.V(1892), I.V.(1919),SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
414
1002 Benefactors, The [Heading to 'The Edge of the Evening'] Ah! What avails the classic bent Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
340
358 Beoni Bar [Heading to 'The Rout of the White Hussars'] It was not in the open fight S.B.(1912),I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

507 Beside the Idle Plough [Lines in 'At Sunset' (JLK)] Beside the idle plough (O.R.G.)

339.2 Betrothed, The; OR; Meditation of William Kirkland, The Open the old cigar-box, get me a Cuba stout D.D.& O.V.(1886), E.V.(1900),,I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
47

Between the gum-pot and the shears'; SEE; Inscription in Presentation Copy of 'Echoes' (VII): A. Macdonald Between the gum-pot and the shears RUTH (1986) 250
492 Between the Lines of a Certain Manifesto Fellow countrymen (and Fenians), though at first with your opinions (O.R.G.)

440 Big Barn Stories [Heading to 'The Light that Failed', Chapter I] So we settled it all when the storm was done S.B.(1912),I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

990 Big Steamers; OR; Modern War Oh, where are you going to, all you Big Steamers H.E. (1911), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
728
683 Bill 'Awkins 'As anybody seen Bill 'Awkins?" S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
444
637 Birds of Prey' March; OR; Troops for Foreign Service March! The mud is cakin' good about our trousies S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
432
1199 Birth of the Tempest, The; SEE; Coiner, The Against the Bermudas we foundered, whereby I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
778
747 Birthday Greeting(s) to (Mr.) Percival Landon (, A) Tell the smiling Afric morn (O.R.G.)

1129 Birthright, The [With 'The Propagation of Knowledge'] We have such wealth as Rome at her most pride I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
761
462 Bitter Waters [Heading to 'Without Benefit of Clergy'] Before my Spring I garnered Autumn's gain S.B.(1912),I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

544 Blackbeard [Lines in 'The Naulahka', Chapter XIII] Beat off in our last fight were we? S.B.(1912), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

484 Blind Bug, The [Dedication to Barrack Room Ballads, and to Walcott Balestier] Beyond the path of the outmost sun through utter darkness hurled (To those who are cleansed) B.R.B.&O.V(1892), I.V.(1919),SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)

401 Blue but Comely She knows about the Apteryx (O.R.G.)

275 Blue Roses; OR; Misunderstood Roses red and roses white S.B.(1912),I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41),D.V.(1940)
633
98 Boar of the Year, The; OR; Ride of the Schools, The In the shade of the trees by the lunch-tent the Old Haileyburian sat E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 248
989 Boats of Newhaven, The; OR; French Wars, The; OR; French Wars (Napoleonic), The The boats of Newhaven and Folkestone and Dover H.E. (1911), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
727
592 Bobs'; OR; Our Bobs There's a little red-faced man I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
395
303.2 Bombaystes Furioso; OR; Oh! What Will Your Majesty Please to Wear [Heading to 'Bombastes Furioso'] Oh! What will Your Majesty please to wear RUTH (1986) 399
1081 Bombed in London; SEE; Epitaphs of the War: Bombed in London On land and sea I strove with anxious care Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1217 Bonfires on the Ice; SEE; Bonfires, (The) We know the Rocket's upward whizz SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
350
1217 Bonfires, (The); OR; Bonfires on the Ice [With 'The Pleasure Cruise'] We know the Rocket's upward whizz SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
350
1155 Book of Words: Dedication to 'The First Sailor' Home came the ships bearing message by sulphur and smoke of the battle SUS/BUR(1938-41)

1155 Dedication to 'The First Sailor'; SEE; Book of Words: Dedication to 'The First Sailor' Home came the ships bearing message by sulphur and smoke of the battle SUS/BUR(1938-41)

1158 Book of Words: Fiction Gold and Gems we may steal - melt down, and re-sell them SUS/BUR(1938-41)

1158 Fiction; SEE; Book of Words: Fiction Gold and Gems we may steal - melt down, and re-sell them SUS/BUR(1938-41)

1159 Book of Words: School Experiences How shall we learn to judge men - the subtlest of all things created? SUS/BUR(1938-41)

1159 School Experiences; SEE; Book of Words: School Experiences How shall we learn to judge men - the subtlest of all things created? SUS/BUR(1938-41)

1156 Book of Words: Virtue of France, The Closer than kinship it is to have loved and suffered together SUS/BUR(1938-41)

1156 Virtue of France, The; SEE; Book of Words: Virtue of France, The Closer than kinship it is to have loved and suffered together SUS/BUR(1938-41)

1157 Book of Words: Waking from Dreams Truly the Gods oppress us damnably - SUS/BUR(1938-41)

1157 Waking from Dreams; SEE; Book of Words: Waking from Dreams Truly the Gods oppress us damnably - SUS/BUR(1938-41)

1154 Book of Words: When the Pigs Begin to Fly [Lines in ''The First Sailor'] When the Pigs begin to fly SUS/BUR(1938-41)

1154 When the Pigs Begin to Fly; SEE; Book of Words: When the Pigs Begin to Fly When the Pigs begin to fly SUS/BUR(1938-41)

808 Boots We're foot-slog-slog-slog-sloggin' over Africa I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
473
289 Border Cattle Thief, The; SEE; Lament of the Border Cattle Thief, The O woe is me for the merry life B.R.B.&O.V(1892),I.V.(1919),SUS/BUR (1938-41),D.V.(1940)
268
1229 Bouvier de Brie; SEE; There's a Gentleman of France There's a gentleman of France SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

754.2 Bow Legged Jonny (Jannie); OR; Johnny Bowlegs; OR; Johnny with the Limping Leg (Lame Leg); OR; Pack Your Kit and Trek Ferrira (Vat Jougoed en Trek) Pack your kit and trek, Ferriera (Vat jou goet en trek, Ferreira) SUS/BUR(1938-41)

925 Boy Scouts' Patrol Song, A; OR; Patrol Song, A These are our regulations I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
273
1029 Brahman Who Steals, The [Lines in 'A Retired Gentleman'] The Brahman who steals SUS/BUR(1938-41)

1150 Brazilian Snake-Farm, A; SEE; 'Poison of Asps' Poison of asps is under our lips'? I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
811
763 Bridge-Guard in the Karroo Sudden the desert changes F.N.(1903), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
205
44 Brighton Beach A flash in your eye for a minute RUTH (1986) 109
673 Bring Forth the Chart [Lines in 'Captains Courageous'] Bring forth the chart, the doleful chart SUS/BUR(1938-41)

894 British-Roman Song, A [With 'A Centurion of the Thirtieth'] My father's father saw it not S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
547
809 Broken Men, (The) For things we never mention I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
96
947 Brookland Road [With 'Marklake Witches'] I was very well pleased with what I knowed S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
491
986 Brown Bess'; OR; Army Musket 1700-1815, The In the days of lace-ruffles, perukes and brocade H.E. (1911), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
724
537 Buck and the Saw, The [Lines in 'The Naulahka'] Beware the man who's crossed in love SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

523 Buddha at Kamakura; OR; 'Buddhist Invocation' [Lines in 'Kim'] O ye who tread the Narrow Way (To Him the Way - the Law - Apart) F.N.(1903),I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
92
523 Buddhist Invocation'; SEE; Buddha at Kamakura O ye who tread the Narrow Way (To Him the Way - the Law - Apart) F.N.(1903),I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
92
249 Budget Estimate, A Don't knight him yet! He read it through RUTH (1986) 371
508 Buffaloes and Pigs; OR; Pigs and Buffaloes [Heading to 'Beast and Man in India', Chapter VII] Dark children of the mere and marsh S.B.(1912),I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

665 Bugler, The I don't know 'oo you are nor where - (O.R.G.)

480 Bunkum Bacterium, The Twas a little bacillus (so little, I vow) (O.R.G.)

321 Burden of Nineveh, The [Lines in 'The Burden of Nineveh] Small parsons crimp their eyes to gaze (O.R.G.)

1126.1 Burden, The One grief on me is laid I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
766
783.1 Burial in the Matoppos, April 10th, 1902; SEE; Burial, The When that great Kings return to clay F.N.(1903), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
209
783.1 Burial, The; OR; C. J. Rhodes; OR; Cecil (J.) Rhodes; OR; Burial in the Matoppos, April 10th, 1902 When that great Kings return to clay F.N.(1903), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
209
331 Burma War (1883-5), The; SEE; Ballad of Boh Da Thone, The Boh Da Thone was a warrior bold B.R.B.&O.V(1892), I.V.(1919),SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
255
468 Bushman's Daughter, The There was a girl, and a naughty little girl (O.R.G.)

772 But a Man Who, etc.; SEE; Juggler's Song, The When the drums begin to beat S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
664
394/743 But Who Shall Chronicle the Result [Heading to 'From Sea to Sea' , Chapter XXVIII; OR; Lines in 'From Sea to Sea, Vol II] But who shall chronicle the result (the ways) SUS/BUR(1938-41)

869 Butterflies; OR; Kaspar's Song in 'Varda' [With 'Wireless'] Eyes aloft, over dangerous places S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
634
244 By Honours I dare not take my walks abroad, my friends I dare not see RUTH (1986) 365
705 By Means of a Grating [Lines in 'How the Whale Got his Throat'] By means of a grating SUS/BUR(1938-41)

1232 By Sight and not by Sound By Sight and not by Sound SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

349 By the Hoof of the Wild Goat'; OR; Fall of the Stone, The; OR; From the Unpublished Papers of McIntosh Jellalddin By the hoof of the wild goat uptossed S.B.(1912),I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
629
309 By the swirling Sutlej Water'; SEE; New Songs and Old (III) By the swirling Sutlej water RUTH (1986) 403
260 By theWell Where the Buffaloes Go; SEE; What the People Said By the well, where the bullocks go D.D.& O.V.(1886), E.V.(1900),,I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
66
783.1 C. J. Rhodes; SEE; Burial, The When that great Kings return to clay F.N.(1903), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
209
1218 Cain and Abel: Western Version, 1934; OR; Cattle Song, 1934, A Cain and Abel were brothers born SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
580
790 Camel, The; SEE; Just So Verses (II): Camel's Hump, The The Camel's hump is an ugly lump S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

753 Can Curl but Can't Swim [Lines in 'The Beginning of the Armadilloes'] Can curl but can't swim SUS/BUR(1938-41)

752 Can't Curl but Can Swim [Lines in 'The Beginning of the Armadilloes'] Can't curl, but can swim SUS/BUR(1938-41)

867 Captive, The; OR; From the Masjid-al-Aqsa of Sayyid Ahmed Wahab [With 'The Captive'] Not with an outcry to Allah nor any complaining S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
532
877 Capture of the Snark, The Will you listen awhile, without laughter or smile (O.R.G.)

15 Caret Something wanting in this world S.B.L.(1881), E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 88
149 Carmen Simlaense; OR; Ballad of the Breakup, A I've danced till my shoes are outworn E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 292
756 Carol, A; OR; Old Lincolnshire Carol [Heading to 'A Burgher of the Free State'] Our (The) Lord Who (that) did (gave) the Ox command S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
510
2.1 Carolina, The Aurora rose in a cloudless sky RUTH (1986) 477

Caroline Taylor Caroline Taylor for Conscience sake RUTH (1986) 462
1218 Cattle Song, 1934, A; SEE; Cain and Abel Cain and Abel were brothers born SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
580
104 Cavaliere Servente (In the Manner of Dante Gabriel Rosetti); OR; Lady Laments the Loss of her Lover under the Similitude of a Lapdog, A Alas for me, who loved my bow-wow well! E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 247
46 Cave! Lilies be plenty with us RUTH (1986) 75
783.1 Cecil (J.) Rhodes; SEE; Burial, The When that great Kings return to clay F.N.(1903), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
209
549.2 Cells I've a head like a concertina, I've a tongue like a button-stick B.R.B.&O.V(1892), I.V.(1919),SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
404
1109 Cemeteries in France of British Dead in World War 1 I plough deep said the car (O.R.G.)

494 Censor's Task, The The enumerating gentlemen of eighteen eighty-one (O.R.G.)

1130 Centaurs, The [With 'The United Idolators'] Up came the young Centaur-colts from the plain they were fathered in I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
752
219 Certain Maxims of Hafiz (I); OR; (Certain) Maxims of Hafiz (I) [Lines in 'The Naulahka' ] If it be pleasant to look on, stalled in the packed serai E.V.(1900) (23 MAXIMS) ,I.V(1919),SUS/BUR(1938-41),D.V.(1940)
60
219 Certain Maxims of Hafiz (II); OR; (Certain) Maxims of Hafiz (II) [Lines in 'The Naulahka'] Yea, though a Kafir die, to him is remitted Jehannum E.V.(1900) (23 MAXIMS) ,I.V(1919),SUS/BUR(1938-41),D.V.(1940)
61
219 Certain Maxims of Hafiz (III); OR; (Certain) Maxims of Hafiz (III) [Lines in 'The Naulahka'] Blister we not for bursati? So when the heart is vexed E.V.(1900) (23 MAXIMS) ,I.V(1919),SUS/BUR(1938-41),D.V.(1940)
61
219 Certain Maxims of Hafiz (IV); OR; (Certain) Maxims of Hafiz (IV) [Lines in 'The Naulahka'] The temper of chums, the love of your wife, and a new piano's tune E.V.(1900) (23 MAXIMS) ,I.V(1919),SUS/BUR(1938-41),D.V.(1940)
61
219 Certain Maxims of Hafiz (IX); OR; (Certain) Maxims of Hafiz (IX) [Lines in 'The Naulahka'] If He play, being young and unskilful, for shekels of silver and gold E.V.(1900) (23 MAXIMS) ,I.V(1919),SUS/BUR(1938-41),D.V.(1940)
61
219 Certain Maxims of Hafiz (V); OR; (Certain) Maxims of Hafiz (V) [Heading to 'The Naulahka', Chapter III] Who are the Rulers of Ind - to whom shall we bow the knee? E.V.(1900) (23 MAXIMS) ,I.V(1919),SUS/BUR(1938-41),D.V.(1940)
61
219 Certain Maxims of Hafiz (VI); OR; (Certain) Maxims of Hafiz (VI) [Lines in 'The Naulahka'] Does the woodpecker flit round the young ferash? - Does the grass clothe a new-built wall? E.V.(1900) (23 MAXIMS) ,I.V(1919),SUS/BUR(1938-41),D.V.(1940)
61
219 Certain Maxims of Hafiz (VII); OR; (Certain) Maxims of Hafiz (VII) [Lines in 'The Naulahka'] If She grow suddenly gracious - reflect. Is it all for thee? E.V.(1900) (23 MAXIMS) ,I.V(1919),SUS/BUR(1938-41),D.V.(1940)
61
219 Certain Maxims of Hafiz (VIII); OR; (Certain) Maxims of Hafiz (VIII) [Lines in 'The Naulahka'] Seek not the favour of women. So shall you find it indeed. E.V.(1900) (23 MAXIMS) ,I.V(1919),SUS/BUR(1938-41),D.V.(1940)
61
219 Certain Maxims of Hafiz (X); OR; (Certain) Maxims of Hafiz (X) [Lines in 'The Naulahka'] With a 'weed' among men or horses verily this is best E.V.(1900) (23 MAXIMS) ,I.V(1919),SUS/BUR(1938-41),D.V.(1940)
62
219 Certain Maxims of Hafiz (XI); OR; (Certain) Maxims of Hafiz (XI) [Lines in 'The Naulahka'] Pleasant the snaffle of courtship, improving the manners and carriage E.V.(1900) (23 MAXIMS) ,I.V(1919),SUS/BUR(1938-41),D.V.(1940)
62
219 Certain Maxims of Hafiz (XII); OR; (Certain) Maxims of Hafiz (XII) [Lines in 'The Naulahka'] As the thriftless gold of the babul, so is the gold that we spread E.V.(1900) (23 MAXIMS) ,I.V(1919),SUS/BUR(1938-41),D.V.(1940)
62
219 Certain Maxims of Hafiz (XIII); OR; (Certain) Maxims of Hafiz (XIII) [Lines in 'The Naulahka'] The ways of a man with a maid be strange, yet simple and tame E.V.(1900) (23 MAXIMS) ,I.V(1919),SUS/BUR(1938-41),D.V.(1940)
62
219 Certain Maxims of Hafiz (XIV); OR; (Certain) Maxims of Hafiz (XIV) [Lines in 'The Naulahka'] In public Her face turneth to thee, and pleasant Her smile when ye meet E.V.(1900) (23 MAXIMS) ,I.V(1919),SUS/BUR(1938-41),D.V.(1940)
62
219 Certain Maxims of Hafiz (XIX); OR; (Certain) Maxims of Hafiz (XIX) [Lines in 'The Naulahka'] My son, if I, Hafiz, thy father, take hold of thy knees in my pain E.V.(1900) (23 MAXIMS) ,I.V(1919),SUS/BUR(1938-41),D.V.(1940)
63
219 Certain Maxims of Hafiz (XVI); OR; (Certain) Maxims of Hafiz (XVI) [Lines in 'The Naulahka'] My son, if a maiden deny thee and scufflingly bid thee give o'er E.V.(1900) (23 MAXIMS) ,I.V(1919),SUS/BUR(1938-41),D.V.(1940)
63
219 Certain Maxims of Hafiz (XVII); OR; (Certain) Maxims of Hafiz (XVII) [Lines in 'The Naulahka'] If we fall in the race, though we win, the hoof-slide is scarred on the course E.V.(1900) (23 MAXIMS) ,I.V(1919),SUS/BUR(1938-41),D.V.(1940)
63
219 Certain Maxims of Hafiz (XVIII); OR; (Certain) Maxims of Hafiz (XVIII) [Lines in 'The Naulahka'] By all am I misunderstood!' if the Matron shall say, or the Maid E.V.(1900) (23 MAXIMS) ,I.V(1919),SUS/BUR(1938-41),D.V.(1940)
63
219 Certain Maxims of Hafiz: Uncollected; OR; (Certain) Maxims of Hafiz: Uncollected [Lines in 'The Naulahka'] Hearts that be seared by passion, and hocks that the iron sears E.V.(1900) (23 MAXIMS) ,I.V(1919),SUS/BUR(1938-41),D.V.(1940)

47 Change A changed life and a changed hope RUTH (1986) 117
1131 Changelings, The [With 'Sea Constables'] Or ever the battered liners sank I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
749
810 Chant(-)Pagan; OR; English Irregular, Discharged Me that 'ave been what I've been I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
461
783.2 Chantey of the Nations, The (Not Kipling) Sons of the Blood' (O.R.G.)

246 Charm of the Bisara, The [Heading to 'The Bisara of Pooree'] Little Blind Fish, thou art marvellous wise SUS/BUR (1938-41),D.V.(1940)

948 Charm, A [Prelude to 'Rewards and Fairies'] Take of English earth as much S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
500
1124 Chartres Windows Colour fulfils where Music has no power I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
803
158.2 Children of Nature [Lines in 'That Boy Again'] Children of Nature (O.R.G.)

1038 Children, The [With 'The Honours of War'] These were our children who died for our lands: they were dear in our sight I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
522
902 Children's Song, The [With 'The Treasure and the Law'] Land of our Birth, we pledge to thee S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
573
652 Chil's Song; OR; Rann's Song [Lines in 'Red Dog'] These were my companions going forth by night S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
532
798 China-Going P. and O.s; SEE; Just So Verses (VII) China-going P. & O.'s S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

48 Chivalry(?) Is a woman but man's plaything, fairest woman in her pride? RUTH (1986) 54
1125 Choice of Songs, A; SEE; Glories, The In Faiths and Food and Books and Friends I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
813
1028 Choice, The; OR; Hymn of the Free People To the Judge of Right and Wrong Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
186
672 Cholera Camp; OR; Infantry in India We've got the cholerer in camp - it's worse than forty fights; S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
440
541 Chorus from the Libretto of Naulahka [Lines in 'The Naulahka', Chapter VIII] When a Lover hies abroad S.B.(1912), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

779.1 Christmas Greeting, A In every land are cheer and mirth (O.R.G.)

215 Christmas in India; OR; Latter Day Carols Dim dawn behind the tamarisks - the sky is saffron-yellow D.D.& O.V.(1886), E.V.(1900),,I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
54
893 Cities and Thrones and Powers' [Prelude to 'Songs From Books'; OR; With 'A Centurion of the Thirtieth'] Cities and Thrones and Powers S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
487
1151 City and a Silence, A; SEE; Open Door, The England is a cosy little country I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
811
924 City of Brass, The' In a land that the sand overlays - the way to her gates are untrod Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
315
176 City of Delhi is Hushed and Still, The (Disputed) The City of Delhi is hushed and still (O.R.G.)

644 City of Sleep, The; OR; Over the Edge of the Purple Down Over the edge of the purple down S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
611
105 City of the Heart, The I passed through the lonely Indian town E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 225
984 Civil Wars, The; SEE; Edgehill Fight (Civil Wars 1642) Naked and grey the Cotswolds stand H.E. (1911), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
722
419 Cleared' Help for a patriot distressed, a spotless spirit hurt B.R.B.&O.V(1892), I.V.(1919),SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
227
1107 Clerks and the Bells, The; OR; Oxford in 1920 The merry clerks of Oxenford they stretch themselves at ease I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
798
566 Coastwise Lights, The Our brows are bound with spindrift and the weed is on our knees; S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
171
175 Code of Morals, A Now Jones had left his new-wed bride to keep his house in order D.D.& O.V.(1886), E.V.(1900),,I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
12
1199 Coiner, The; OR; Birth of the Tempest, The [With 'A Naval Mutiny'] Against the Bermudas we foundered, whereby I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
778
949 Cold Iron [With 'Cold Iron'] 'Gold is for the mistress - silver for the maid - S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
508
811 Columns Out o' the wilderness, dusty an' dry I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
466

Come under the Punkah, Maud'; SEE; Music for the Middle-Aged (extract) (I) Come under the Punkah, Maud RUTH (1986) 220
1039 Comforters, The [With 'The Dog Hervey'] Until thy feet have trod the Road I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
615
106 Commonplaces Rain on the face of the sea E.V.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 121
757 Commonwealth of Australia, The; SEE; Young Queen, The Her hand was still on her sword-hilt, the spur was still on her heel F.N.(1903), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
187
160 Compliments of the Season, The He came in the winter midnight RUTH (1986) 307
831 Composite Columns; SEE; Stellenbosch The General 'eard the firin' on the flank I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
477

Concerning a Jawáb By all the mighty Oaths that Love can frame RUTH (1986) 383
196 Concerning Some Sour Cream Many a deep sea rolls between us (O.R.G.)

348 Confession(s) [Heading to 'The Bronckhorst Divorce Case' ] Is not the dawning very slow to rise (In the daytime, when she moved about me) S.B.(1912),I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940),RUTH (1986) 166 506
49 Conspiracy Two that shall plotte together RUTH (1986) 107
361/470.2 Conundrum of the Workshops, The When the flush of a new-born sun fell first on Eden's green and gold D.D.& O.V.(1886),D.D.& O.V.(1886)

16 Conventionality Passion and Fire - bah! are they ever linked with beauty? S.B.L.(1881), E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 91
209 Convert, The [Heading to 'Lispeth'] Look, you have cast out Love! What Gods are these PTFTH; S.B.(1912);I.V.(1919);D.V.(1940)

260 Corn and Cattle; SEE; What the People Said By the well, where the bullocks go D.D.& O.V.(1886), E.V.(1900),,I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
66
470.1 Corn and the Cattle, The The corn and the cattle are all in my care' SUS/BUR(1938-41)

381/739 Could I but write the things I see' [Heading to 'From Sea to Sea' Chapter XV] Could I but write the things I see SUS/BUR (1938-41)

1113 Counting-out Song, A What is the song the children sing I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
744
954 Country Dance, A; SEE; Looking-Glass, The (A) Queen Bess was Harry's daughter. Stand forward partners all! S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
609

Cousin's Christmas Card, A As coming from an Eastern Land RUTH (1986) 204
1003 Covenant, The; OR; Ulster, 1914 We thought we ranked above the chance of ill Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
320
1059 Craftsman, The Once, after long-drawn revel at The Mermaid Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
348

Craven, A I who was crownèd King am now bereft RUTH (1986) 155
17 Credat Judaeus Three couples were we in the lane S.B.L.(1881), E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 60
17 Credat Judaeus (A, B &C) I wanted them walks so bad (Watch them dearest) S.B.L.(1881), E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986)


Creed, A; SEE; In the Beginning Woe is, and pain, and men grow old thereby RUTH (1986) 139
50 Crossing the Rubicon A cry in the silent night RUTH (1986) 53
521 Crowned Coeval with Monadnock's Crest [Lines in 'In Sight of Monadnock'] Crowned coeval with Monadnock's crest SUS/BUR(1938-41)

732 Cruisers As our mother the Frigate, bepainted and fine F.N.(1903), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
141
545 Crystals of Iswara, The [Heading to 'The Naulahka', Chapter XIV] Because I sought it far from men S.B.(1912), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

926 Cuckoo Song Tell it to the locked-up trees S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
499
191 Cupid's Department Perched upon the Simla Ridge, as the clocks were warning ten RUTH (1986) 330
1200 Curé, The [With 'The Miracle of St. Jubanus'] Long years ago, ere R-lls or R-ce I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
785
107 Cursing of Stephen, The I turned the pages of the baby's book E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 233
263 D.C.'s Story, The; SEE; Municipal It was an August evening and , in snowy garments clad D.D.& O.V.(1886), E.V.(1900),,I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
20
974 Dane-Geld (A.D. 980-1016); OR; What Dane-Geld Means It is always a temptation to an armed and agile nation H.E. (1911), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
712
408 Danny Deever What are the bugles blowin' for?' said Files-on-Parade B.R.B.&O.V(1892), I.V.(1919),SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
397
623 Darzee's Chaunt (Chant) [Lines in 'Rikki-Tikki-Tavi] Singer and tailor am I- S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
670
1015 Dawn off the Foreland; SEE; Mine Sweepers Dawn off the Foreland - the young flood making I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
631
979 Dawn Wind, The; OR; Fifteenth Century, The At two o'clock in the morning, if you open your window and listen H.E. (1911), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
717
499 Day is Most Fair, The; SEE; After the Promise The day is most fair, the cheery wind SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 138
1167 Day of the Dead, The; SEE; Memories Though all the Dead were all forgot I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
821
9 De Profundis; OR; Ballade of Bitternesse, A The cup is devoid of its coffee RUTH (1986) 66
939 Dead King, The; OR; Edward VII Who in the Realm to-day lays down dear life for the sake of a land more dear? Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
224
722.1/910 Dealer in Brains, A; OR; In the Iroquois; OR; Inscription to Major J. B. Pond In the 'Iroquois' at Buffalo that partnership broke up (O.R.G.)

Dear Auntie, your parboiled nephew' Dear Auntie, your parboiled nephew reclines with his feet on a chair RUTH (1986) 190
748 Death of General Joubert, The; SEE; General Joubert With those that bred, with those that loosed the strife F.N.(1903), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
242
1060 Death-Bed, A This is the State above the Law Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
286
967 Declaration of London, The We were all one heart and one race Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
307
704 Dedicated to the Memory of the late W. Hallet-Phillips; SEE; Feet of the Young Men, The Now the Four-way Lodge is opened, now the Hunting Winds are loose- F.N.(1903), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
270
84 Dedication (I); SEE; Who is the Public I Write For? Who is the Public I write for? RUTH (1986) 250
83.2 Dedication (II); SEE; Though the 'Englishman' Deride It Though the 'Englishman' deride it RUTH (1986) 250

Dedication (Inscription) to A.M. D.D. R.K.; SEE; Inscription in Presentation Copy of 'Echoes' (VII): A. Macdonald Between the gum-pot and the shears RUTH (1986) 250

Dedication (Inscription) to my very noble and approved good Masters; SEE; Inscription in Presentation Copy of 'Echoes' (VIII): Common Room of U.S.C. Placetne, Domini? -in far Lahore RUTH (1986) 250
87 Dedication (IV); SEE; The Memory of a Maiden's Sympathy The memory of a maiden's sympathy RUTH (1986) 250
85 Dedication (V); OR; To Our First Critics Send We These To our first critics send we these RUTH (1986) 250
92 Dedication (VI) ; SEE; Wop of Asia, that Lordly Beast, The The Wop of Asia - that lordly Beast RUTH (1986) 250
51 Dedication of This Book which is Written to a Woman, The; OR; Dedication, (A); OR; Dedication to Sundry Phansies What have I more to give thee, who have given thee all my heart? RUTH (1986) 116
340 Dedication to Professor and Mrs. S. A. Hill; SEE; To These People Peace upon Earth to people of good will' RUTH (1986) 442
527 Dedication to 'Soldiers Three'; SEE; When Earth's Last Picture is Painted When Earth's last picture is painted and the tubes are twisted and dried I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
226
51 Dedication to Sundry Phansies; SEE; Dedication of This Book which is Written to a Woman, The What have I more to give thee, who have given thee all my heart? RUTH (1986) 116
51 Dedication, (A); SEE; Dedication of This Book which is Written to a Woman, The What have I more to give thee, who have given thee all my heart? RUTH (1986) 116
720.2 Dedication, The Let the grown-up people slide (O.R.G.)

568 Deep-Sea Cables, The The wrecks dissolve above us; their dust drops down from afar- S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
174

Dekho! Look Here! Dekho! Look here! RUTH (1986) 261
201 Delilah Delilah Aberystwith was a lady - not too young- D.D.& O.V.(1886), E.V.(1900),,I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
7
257 Departmental Delirium I had finished my 'Departmental', and I slept the 'sleep of the just' (O.R.G.)

1114 Departure, A [With 'The Parable of Boy Jones'] Since first the White Horse Banner blew free I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
742
684 Derelict, The I was the staunchest of our fleet S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
149
97 Descent of the Punkah, The Yes, lay the jharun coats aside RUTH (1986) 259
836 Deserters of the Boer War; SEE; 'Wilful-Missing' There is a world outside the one you know I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
482
723 Destroyers, The The strength of twice three thousand horse F.N.(1903), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
143
485 Devil of Chance, The; OR; Pines of the Cemetery, The; OR; Pines of Simla Cemetery, The [Lines in 'Mrs. Hauksbee sits it out'] Lie still, lie still! O earth to earth returning SUS/BUR(1938-41)

490 Devil's Brew, The The Devil was merry, and Earth was old (O.R.G.)

40.2 Devonshire Dialect; SEE; Donec Gratus Eram So (Es) long as 'twuz ('twas) me alone S.B.L.(1881), E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 160
210 Diana of Ephesus Ephesus stands - you may find it still SUS/BUR(1938-41) 368
762.1 Diego Valdez; SEE; Song of Diego Valdez, The The God of Fair Beginnings F.N.(1903), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
153
1201 Dinah in Heaven [With 'The Woman in His Life'] She did not know that she was dead I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
771
587 Dipsy Chantey, The; SEE; Last Chantey, The Thus said the Lord in the Vault above the Cherubim S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
160
812 Dirge of Dead Sisters Who recalls the twilight and the rangèd tents in order I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
218
655 Dirge of the Langurs; OR; Night We Felt the Earth Would Move, The [Heading to 'The Miracle of Purun Bhagat'] The night we felt the earth would move S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

6.2 Disappointment One day whilst full of burning thought RUTH (1986) 63
1202 Disciple, The [With 'The Church that was at Antioch'] He that hath a Gospel I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
774
Discovery We found him in the woodlands - she and I RUTH (1986) 143
1053 Dismissal, The [Lines in 'The Dismissal'] We have showed thee, O Man SUS/BUR(1938-41)

183 Distress in the Himalayas There's wailing on the Camel's Back RUTH (1986) 321
154 Divided Allegiance My Love is beautiful as day RUTH (1986) 194
140 Divided Destinies, (The) It was an artless Bandar and he danced upon a pine D.D.& O.V.(1886),I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
34
1115 Doctors; OR; Man Dies Too Soon Man dies too soon, beside his works half-planned SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
565
641 Dolls' House, The; OR; To Helen The Villa belongs to one Helen; (O.R.G.)


Dominant Power, A A strong man pacing over burning sands RUTH (1986) 118
40.2 Donec Gratus Eram; OR; Devonshire Dialect So (Es) long as 'twuz ('twas) me alone S.B.L.(1881), E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 160
1009 Don't Stop; SEE; Mary's Son If you stop to find out what your wages will be Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
373
1023 Doorkeepers of Zion, The'; SEE; Zion The Doorkeepers of Zion SUS/BUR(1938-41)
91
562 Dove of Dacca, The The freed dove flew to the Rajah's tower- B.R.B.&O.V(1892), I.V.(1919),SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
254
1144 Downs, the Weald, and the Marshes, (On) The; SEE; 'Very Many People' On the Downs, in the Weald, on the Marshes I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
813
69 Drawing-Room Song; SEE; How the Day Broke The night was very silent, and the moon was going down E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 100
676 Dreadnought, The; OR; Liverpool Packet, The; OR; To the West of Bilbao [Lines in 'Captains Courageous'] There is a crack packet - crack packet of fame SUS/BUR(1938-41)

1152 Drop in Traffic, A; SEE; 'Such as (are) in Ships' Such as in Ships and brittle Barks I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
810

Duet from the 'Pinafore' Kind public, I've important information RUTH (1986) 188
83.1/744.1 Duke, The; SEE; Epigraph to 'Echoes' A new song, sirrah? E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 223
182 Dulce+B558 est deSeepeere in loco; SEE; Fair Play The jharan-coated subalterns RUTH (1986) 318
3 Dusky Crew, The Our heads were rough and our hands were black S.B.L.(1881), E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 45
985 Dutch in the Medway, The (1664-1672) If wars were won by feasting H.E. (1911), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
723
813 Dykes, The We have no heart for the fishing, we have no hand for the oar- I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
305
858 Early Chinese; SEE; Muse Among the Motors, The: Arterial Frost upon small rain - the ebony-lacquered avenue POEMS (1929), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
677
999.2 Earth's Grasp Holdeth [Lines in 'The Uses of Reading'] There stood courts of stone SUS/BUR(1938-41)

159 East and West (Eastern version) That nightey time begin chop-chop (O.R.G.)

159 East and West (Western Version) The shadders o' night weur a comin' down swift (O.R.G.)

1014 East Coast Patrols of the War; SEE; Lowestoft Boat, The In Lowestoft a boat was laid I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
653
671 Eathen, The; OR; Heathen, The The 'eathen in 'is blindness bows down to wood an' stone S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
451
171 Echo from Old Calcutta, An Mrs. Grand - Bon jour mon cher (O.R.G.)

18 Echo, An Let the fruit ripen one by one S.B.L.(1881), E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 88
83.1/744.1 Echoes' - Dedication; SEE; Epigraph to 'Echoes' A new song, sirrah? E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 223
93.1 Echoes', A Broadsheet Between the gum-pot and the shears (O.R.G.)

950 Eddi's Service [With 'The Conversion of St. Wilfred'] Eddi, priest of St. Wilfrid S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
513
984 Edgehill Fight (Civil Wars 1642); OR; Edgehill; OR; Civil Wars, The; OR; Before Edgehill (Fight) Naked and grey the Cotswolds stand H.E. (1911), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
722
984 Edgehill; SEE; Edgehill Fight (Civil Wars 1642) Naked and grey the Cotswolds stand H.E. (1911), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
722
939 Edward VII; SEE; Dead King, The Who in the Realm to-day lays down dear life for the sake of a land more dear? Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
224
237 E'en Now the Heron Treads; SEE; Song of an Outsider, The E'en now the heron treads (breasts) the wet RUTH (1986) 193
805 Egg-Shell, The [Heading to 'Their Lawful Occasions'] The wind took off with the sunset S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
646

El Dorado; OR; He Done His Level Best A golden place - whose portals shine RUTH (1986) 168
509 Elephant, The [Heading to 'Beast and Man in India', Chapter IX] The torn boughs trailing o'er the tusks aslant S.B.(1912),I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

982 Elizabeth and Her People; SEE; 'Together' When Horse and Rider each can trust the other every-where H.E. (1911), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
720
1220 Elizabethan Poem(s); SEE; Pageant of Elizabeth, A Like Princes crowned they bore them SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
611
881 Elsinore; OR; First Air Chantey, The; OR; Oldest of our Chanteys, The [Lines in 'With the Night Mail'] Mother Rugen's tea-house on the Baltic SUS/BUR(1938-41)

1121 End, The; SEE; Preface to Land and Sea Tales To all to whom this little book may come I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
737

Ending, An Oh Dearest! the best I have ever written RUTH (1986) 141
1061 En-Dor The road to En-dor is easy to tread Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
366
838 Engineer, The; SEE; Muse Among the Motors, The: Justice's Tale, The With them there rode a lustie Engineere BOMBAY EDITION (1914), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
678
982 England At War; SEE; 'Together' When Horse and Rider each can trust the other every-where H.E. (1911), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
720
585 England's Answer Truly ye come of The Blood; slower to bless than to ban S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
178
493 English Flag, The Winds of the World, give answer! They are whimpering to and fro- B.R.B.&O.V(1892), I.V.(1919),SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
221
810 English Irregular, Discharged; SEE; Chant(-)Pagan Me that 'ave been what I've been I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
461
1165 English Way, The After the fight at Otterburn I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
822
1054 Entered Apprentices' Song, The Great Kings, Dukes and Lords (O.R.G.)

1193.2 Enthroned Above Caesar [Lines in 'The Church that was at Antioch'] Text not available SUS/BUR(1938-41)

19 Envy, Hatred and Malice Let us praise Such an One S.B.L.(1881), E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 91
337 Epic of Darjeeling, An Zeus, by whatever name agnostic poets invoke thee' (O.R.G.)

760 Epigram on an Inkpot Beyond the trench's outer bink (brink or shelf) (O.R.G.)

83.1/744.1 Epigraph to 'Echoes'; OR; 'A new song, sirrah?'; OR; Old Song; OR; Prelude; OR; Old Play; OR; Duke, The; OR; 'Echoes' - Dedication A new song, sirrah? E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 223
1126.2 Epitaph of the1914-18 War Eastern Africa War Memorial If you fight for your country (O.R.G.)

944 Epitaph on Mr. Cormell; OR; Price's Memorial Who with the toil of his today bought for us tomorrow (O.R.G.)

1227 Epitaph on the Bust of Sir John Bland-Sutton, Bart (1855 - 1935) A seeker after knowledge that should avert or mitigate pain SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1096 Epitaphs of the War: Actors' Memorial Epitaph, 1914-1919, Stratford-upon-Avon; OR; Actors (in Holy Trinity Church, Stratford-On-Avon) We counterfeited once for your disport Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1083 Epitaphs of the War: Batteries out of Ammunition; OR; Batteries out of Ammunition If any mourn us in the workshop, say Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1081 Epitaphs of the War: Bombed in London; OR; Bombed in London On land and sea I strove with anxious care Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1094 Epitaphs of the War: The Bridegroom; OR; Bridegroom, The Call me not false, beloved, Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1094 Bridegroom, The; SEE; Epitaphs of the War: The Bridegroom Call me not false, beloved, Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1074 Canadians (At Sudbury, Ontario); SEE; Epitaphs of the War: Canadians (At Sudbury, Ontario) We giving all gained all Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1074 Epitaphs of the War: Canadians (At Sudbury, Ontario); OR; Canadians (At Sudbury, Ontario) We giving all gained all Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1084 Epitaphs of the War: Common Form; OR; Common Form If any question why we died Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1084 Common Form; SEE; Epitaphs of the War: Common Form If any question why we died Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1090 Epitaphs of the War: Convoy Escort; OR; Convoy Escort I was a shepherd to fools Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1090 Convoy Escort; SEE; Epitaphs of the War: Convoy Escort I was a shepherd to fools Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1070 Epitaphs of the War: The Coward; OR; Coward, The I could not look on Death, which being known Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1070 Coward, The; SEE; Epitaphs of the War: The Coward I could not look on Death, which being known Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1085 Epitaphs of the War: A Dead Statesman; OR; Dead Statesman, A I could not dig: I dared not rob: Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1085 Dead Statesman, A; SEE; Epitaphs of the War: A Dead Statesman I could not dig: I dared not rob: Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1089 Destroyers in Collision; SEE; Epitaphs of the War: Destroyers in Collision For Fog and Fate no charm is found Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1089 Epitaphs of the War: Destroyers in Collision; OR; Destroyers in Collision For Fog and Fate no charm is found Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1088 Epitaphs of the War: A Drifter off Tarentum; OR; Drifter off Tarentun, A He from the wind-bitten north with ship and companions descended Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1088 Drifter off Tarentun, A; SEE; Epitaphs of the War: A Drifter off Tarentum He from the wind-bitten north with ship and companions descended Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1098 Epitaphs of the War: Edinburgh University War Memorial; OR; Edinburgh University War Memorial They turned without fear or question from these Gates of Learning to those of the Grave (O.R.G.)

1098 Edinburgh University War Memorial; SEE; Epitaphs of the War: Edinburgh University War Memorial They turned without fear or question from these Gates of Learning to those of the Grave (O.R.G.)

1063.2 Epitaphs of the War: Equality of Sacrifice; OR; Equality of Sacrifice I was a Have-not Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
386
1063.2 Equality of Sacrifice; SEE; Epitaphs of the War: Equality of Sacrifice I was a Have-not Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
386
1063.1 Epitaphs of the War: Equity of Service; OR; Equity of Service I was a Have Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
386
1063.1 Equity of Service; SEE; Epitaphs of the War: Equity of Service I was a Have Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
386
1067 Epitaphs of the War: Ex-Clerk; OR; Ex-Clerk Pity not! The Army gave Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1067 Ex-Clerk; SEE; Epitaphs of the War: Ex-Clerk Pity not! The Army gave Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1076 Epitaphs of the War: The Favour; OR; Favour, The Death favoured me from the first, well knowing I could not endure Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1076 Favour, The; SEE; Epitaphs of the War: The Favour Death favoured me from the first, well knowing I could not endure Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1072 Epitaphs of the War: A Grave Near Cairo; OR; Grave Near Cairo, A Gods of the Nile, should this stout fellow here Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1072 Grave Near Cairo, A; SEE; Epitaphs of the War: A Grave Near Cairo Gods of the Nile, should this stout fellow here Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1069 Epitaphs of the War: Hindu Sepoy in France; OR; Hindu Sepoy in France This man in his own country prayed we know not to what Powers Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1069 Hindu Sepoy in France; SEE; Epitaphs of the War: Hindu Sepoy in France This man in his own country prayed we know not to what Powers Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1097 Epitaphs of the War: Journalists; OR; Journalists We have served our day Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1097 Journalists; SEE; Epitaphs of the War: Journalists We have served our day Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1075 Epitaphs of the War: Memorial in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario; OR; Memorial in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario From little towns in a far land we came Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1075 Memorial in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario; SEE; Epitaphs of the War: Memorial in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario From little towns in a far land we came Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1080 Epitaphs of the War: Native Water Carrier (M. E. F.); OR; Native Water Carrier (M. E. F.) Prometheus brought down fire to men Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1080 Native Water Carrier (M. E. F.); SEE; Epitaphs of the War: Native Water Carrier (M. E. F.) Prometheus brought down fire to men Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1087 Epitaphs of the War: Obedient, The; OR; Obedient, The Daily, though no ears attended Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1087 Obedient, The; SEE; Epitaphs of the War: Obedient, The Daily, though no ears attended Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1066 Epitaphs of the War: An Only Son; OR; Only Son, An I have slain none except my Mother. She Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1066 Only Son, An; SEE; Epitaphs of the War: An Only Son I have slain none except my Mother. She Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1073 Epitaphs of the War: Pelicans in the Wilderness; OR; Grave near Halfa. A The blown sand heaps on me, that none may learn Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1073 Pelicans in the Wilderness; SEE; Epitaphs of the War: Pelicans in the Wilderness The blown sand heaps on me, that none may learn Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1078 Epitaphs of the War: R. A. F. (Aged Eighteen); OR; R. A. F. (Aged Eighteen) Laughing through clouds, his milk-teeth still unshed Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1078 R. A. F. (Aged Eighteen); SEE; Epitaphs of the War: R. A. F. (Aged Eighteen) Laughing through clouds, his milk-teeth still unshed Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1092 Epitaphs of the War: Raped and Revenged; OR; Raped and Revenged One used and butchered me: another spied Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1092 Raped and Revenged; SEE; Epitaphs of the War: Raped and Revenged One used and butchered me: another spied Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1086 Epitaphs of the War: Rebel, The; OR; Rebel, The If I had clamoured at Thy Gate Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1086 Rebel, The; SEE; Epitaphs of the War: Rebel, The If I had clamoured at Thy Gate Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1079 Refined Man, The; SEE; Epitaphs of the War: Refined Man, The I was of delicate mind. I stepped aside for my needs Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1079 Epitaphs of the War: Refined Man, The; OR; Refined Man, The I was of delicate mind. I stepped aside for my needs Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1093 Epitaphs of the War: Salonikan Grave; OR; Salonikan Grave I have watched a thousand days Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1093 Salonikan Grave; SEE; Epitaphs of the War: Salonikan Grave I have watched a thousand days Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1064 Epitaphs of the War: Servant, A; OR; Servant, A We were together since the War began Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1064 Servant, A; SEE; Epitaphs of the War: Servant, A We were together since the War began Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1071 Epitaphs of the War: Shock; OR; Shock My name, my speech, my self I had forgot Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1071 Shock, SEE; Epitaphs of the War: Shock My name, my speech, my self I had forgot Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1082 Epitaphs of the War: The Sleepy Sentinel; OR; Sleepy Sentinel, The Faithless the watch that I kept: now I have none to keep Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1082 Sleepy Sentinel, The; SEE; Epitaphs of the War: The Sleepy Sentinel Faithless the watch that I kept: now I have none to keep Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1065 Epitaphs of the War: A Son; OR; Son, A My son was killed while laughing at some jest. I would I knew Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1065 Son, A; SEE; Epitaphs of the War: A Son My son was killed while laughing at some jest. I would I knew Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1077 Epitaphs of the War: The Beginner; OR; Beginner, The On the first hour of my first day Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
684
1077 Beginner, The; SEE; Epitaphs of the War: The Beginner On the first hour of my first day Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
684
1091 Epitaphs of the War: Unknown Female Corpse; OR; Unknown Female Corpse Headless, lacking foot and hand Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1091 Unknown Female Corpse; SEE; Epitaphs of the War: Unknown Female Corpse Headless, lacking foot and hand Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1095 V.A.D. (Mediterranean); SEE; Epitaphs of the War: V.A.D. (Mediterranean) Ah, would swift ships had never been, for then we ne'er had found Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
392
1095 Epitaphs of the War: V.A.D. (Mediterranean); OR; V.A.D. (Mediterranean) Ah, would swift ships had never been, for then we ne'er had found Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
392
1068 Wonder, The; SEE; Epitaphs of the War: The Wonder Body and Spirit I surrendered whole Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1068 Epitaphs of the War: The Wonder, The; OR; Wonder, The Body and Spirit I surrendered whole Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

643 E's Going to Do Without Them; SEE; We're Going to Do Without Them E's (we're) goin' to do without 'em SUS/BUR(1938-41)


Escaped!; SEE; Attainment, The Peace for a season - in the heart of me RUTH (1986) 148
108 Estunt the Griff And so unto the End of Graves came he E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 245
662 Et Dona Ferentes In extended observation of the ways and works of man F.N.(1903), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
287
472 Evarra and His Gods [Heading to 'Evarra and His Gods'] This is the story of Evarra - man B.R.B.&O.V(1892), I.V.(1919),SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
338
266 Excellent Reason, An In farthest Ynde, by ancient Ravi's shore (O.R.G.)

152 Exchange (A Personal View of a Public Question) I am a man of culture small RUTH (1986) 299
7 Excursion, The A college cap is perched upon my head RUTH (1986) 64
524 Exiles' Line, The Now the new year reviving old desires I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
163
1203 Expert, The [With 'Beauty Spots'] Youth that trafficked long with Death I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
784
422 Explanation, An Although, as I fancy you know, I'm familiar with phrases that pain and annoy (O.R.G.)

184.2/403 Explanation, The; OR; Legend of Love and Death, The; OR; Tragedy of Love and Death, The Love and Death once ceased their strife B.R.B.&O.V(1892), I.V.(1919),SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
371
814 Explorer, The Tthere's no sense in going further - it's the edge of cultivation," I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
103
1040 Fabulists, The [With 'My Son's Wife'] When all the world would keep a matter hid I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
545
52 Failure One brought her Fire from a distant place E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 98
81 Fair Mistress, To my lasting sorrow' Fair Mistress, To my lasting sorrow RUTH (1986) 219
182 Fair Play; OR; Dulce est deSeepeere in loco The jharan-coated subalterns RUTH (1986) 318
1191 Fairest of Darkie Daughters [Heading to 'The Woman in His Life'] Fairest of darkie daughters SUS/BUR(1938-41)

767 Fairies Siege, The; OR; Siege of the Fairies,The I have been given my charge to keep S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
520
749 Faith Cup of the White Man, The; SEE; Song of the White Men, A Now, this is the cup the White Men drink I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
282
214 Faithful Soul, The In the nethermost silo of Sheol, where Lawyers and Editors fry RUTH (1986) 349
204 Fall of Jock Gillespie, The This fell when dinner-time was done- D.D.& O.V.(1886),I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
64
349 Fall of the Stone, The; SEE; 'By the Hoof of the Wild Goat' By the hoof of the wild goat uptossed S.B.(1912),I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
629
1013 Farewell and Adieu Harwich (Greenwich) (English) (Norwich) Ladies; OR; Harwich Ladies (1914-1918); OR; An Old Song Re-sung Farewell and adieu to you Harwich Ladies I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1018 Fate's Discourtesy; SEE; Song in Storm, A Be well assured that on our side Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
148
704 Feet of the Young Men, The; OR; Dedicated to the Memory of the late W. Hallet-Phillips Now the Four-way Lodge is opened, now the Hunting Winds are loose- F.N.(1903), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
270
970 Female of the Species, The When the Himalayan peasant meets the he-bear in his pride Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
367
979 Fifteenth Century, The; SEE; Dawn Wind, The At two o'clock in the morning, if you open your window and listen H.E. (1911), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
717
451 Fight of (at) Heriot's Ford, The; SEE; Heriot's Ford What's that (yon) that hirples (follows) at my side? S.B.(1912),I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
662
815 Files, The Files I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
351
908 Fires, The [Prelude to 'Collected Verse'] Men make them fires on the hearth I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
82
881 First Air Chantey, The; SEE; Elsinore Mother Rugen's tea-house on the Baltic SUS/BUR(1938-41)

685 First Chantey, The Mine was the woman to me, darkling I found her: S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
159
799 First Friend; SEE; Just So Verses (VIII) Pussy can sit by the fire and sing S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

109 Flight of the Bucket, The H'm, for a subject it is well enough! E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 226
1169 Flight, The; OR; Haste When the grey geese heard the Fool's tread SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
562
1041 Floods, The [With 'My Son's Wife'] The rain it rains without a stay I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
498
669.1 Flowers, The Buy my English posies! S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
190
1164 Flying East to West at (Over) 1000 Miles per Hour; SEE; Hymn of the Triumphant Airman Oh long had we paltered I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
817
606 Follow Me 'Ome' There was no one like 'im, 'Orse or Foot S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
446
226 Foot-service to the Hills; SEE; Overland Mail, The In the name of the Empress of India, make way D.D.& O.V.(1886), E.V.(1900),,I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
33
54 For a Picture; OR; Venus Meretrix This much am I to you RUTH (1986) 73
994 For All About the Shadowy Kings [Lines in 'A History of England'] For all about the shadowy kings SUS/BUR(1938-41)

1010 For All We Have and Are'; OR; No Easy Hope For all we have and are Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
329
651 For Our White and Excellent Nights [With 'Red Dog'] For our white and our excellent nights, for our nights of swift running S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)


For the devil that was in your heart'; SEE; Les Amours de Voyage 4 For the devil that was in your heart - called out to the devil in mine RUTH (1986) 175
320.1 For the Ju-bi-lo Cleared off You Know, (First three lines) [Lines in 'The Fountain of Honour'] The last jam-tart in the larder (O.R.G.)

320.2 For the Ju-bi-lo Cleared off You Know, (Four more lines) [Lines in 'The Fountain of Honour'] Two K.C.S.I.'s (O.R.G.)

243 For the Women [Heading to 'The Naulahka', Chapter X] We knit a (the) riven land to strength by cannon, code and sword E.V.(1900),O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 363
602 For to Admire' The Injian Ocean sets an' smiles S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
457
476 Ford o' Kabul River Kabul town's by Kabul river- B.R.B.&O.V(1892), I.V.(1919),SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
423
529 Foreloper, The; SEE; Voortrekker, The The gull shall whistle in his wake, the blind wave break in fire S.B.(1912), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
555
339.1 Fortune's Work Who Can Tell, Fowl Get up and Kick You Well [Lines in 'The Christening of a Bridge'] (Disputed) A Fortune's worth who can tell (O.R.G.)

928 Four Angels, The [With 'With the Night Mail'] As Adam lay a-dreaming beneath the Apple Tree S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
672
1204 Four-Feet [With' The Woman in His Life'] I have done mostly what most men do I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
773
1215 Fox Meditates, The; SEE; Fox-Hunting When Samson set my brush afire I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
819
1215 Fox-Hunting; OR; Fox Meditates, The When Samson set my brush afire I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
819
30 Fragment of a Projected Poem; SEE; Argument of a Projected Poem to be called 'The Seven Nights of Creation' Lo! what is this I make! Are these his limbs S.B.L.(1881), E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 89
878 Fragment' of Unknown Origin; SEE; Pro-Consuls, The The overfaithful sword returns the user Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
107
276 Frame and the Picture, The; SEE; Old Song, An So long as 'neath the Kalka hills D.D.& O.V.(1886), E.V.(1900),,I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
58
1001 France [Prelude to 'France at War'] Broke to every known mischance, lifted over all Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
291
951 Frankie's Trade [With 'Simple Simon'] Old Horn to All Atlantic said: S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
663
1177 Freer Verse: Horace. Book I, Ode 13 Our sense of decency awakes (O.R.G.)

1178 Freer Verse: Horace. Book I, Ode 22 The Pure and Perfect Bore (O.R.G.)

1179 Freer Verse: Horace. Book I, Ode 24 They pass - they pass - and all (O.R.G.)

1175 Freer Verse: Horace. Book I, Ode 5 What shady cell receives you (O.R.G.)

1176 Freer Verse: Horace. Book I, Ode 9 Tis cold! Heap on the logs - and lets get tight! (O.R.G.)

1181 Freer Verse: Horace. Book II, Ode 10 Every word of this is true (O.R.G.)

1187 Freer Verse: Horace. Book II, Ode 20, also Book III, Ode 30 Gods! What a breath I have blown (O.R.G.)

1180 Freer Verse: Horace. Book II, Ode 8 You have lied to the Dead beneath (O.R.G.)

1183 Freer Verse: Horace. Book III, Ode 13 A Singer spoke to a wayside well (O.R.G.)

1184 Freer Verse: Horace. Book III, Ode 16 Every time that I am short (O.R.G.)

1185 Freer Verse: Horace. Book III, Ode 17 What profit in a Poet's calling? (O.R.G.)

1182 Freer Verse: Horace. Book III, Ode 7 Asterie, Gyges comes home (O.R.G.)

1187 Freer Verse: Horace. Book IV, Ode 12 Thirst is summer-time's companion (O.R.G.)

1188 Freer Verse: Horace. Book IV, Ode 13 This Thing was born of dirty spite (O.R.G.)

989 French Wars (Napoleonic), The; SEE; Boats of Newhaven, The The boats of Newhaven and Folkestone and Dover H.E. (1911), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
727
989 French Wars, The; SEE; Boats of Newhaven, The The boats of Newhaven and Folkestone and Dover H.E. (1911), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
727
491 Friendly Line, A Dear Sister: Greeting! And how do you fare? I was talking only to-day (O.R.G.)

1147 Friends, The; OR; Trip South, A I had some friends - but I dreamed that they were dead- I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
808
755.1 From Stormberg's Midnight Mountain [Heading to 'The Outsider'] From Stormberg's midnight mountain SUS/BUR(1938-41)

180 From the Dusk to the Dawn; OR; Stone's Throw Out on Either Hand, A A stone's throw out on either hand S.B.(1913) ,I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41),D.V.(1940)

880 From the Empire and the Century; SEE; Heritage, The Our Fathers in a wondrous age S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
565
857 From the Greek Anthologies; SEE; Muse Among the Motors, The: Sepulchral Swifter than aught 'neath the sun the car of Simonides moved him POEMS (1929), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
677
155 From the Hills; OR; What Makes My Heart to Throb and Glow? (North India version) Skin may be scorching, and brain may be batter RUTH (1986) 189
867 From the Masjid-al-Aqsa of Sayyid Ahmed Wahab; SEE; Captive, The Not with an outcry to Allah nor any complaining S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
532
349 From the Unpublished Papers of McIntosh Jellalddin; SEE; 'By the Hoof of the Wild Goat' By the hoof of the wild goat uptossed S.B.(1912),I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
629
20 From the Wings We are actors at the side-scenes ere the play of life begins S.B.L.(1881), E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 95
21 Front Door, The I stand and guard - such ones as say S.B.L.(1881), E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 54
203 Further Information; OR; Lord Dufferin's Staff don't kiss And don't they really kiss you?' No! RUTH (1986) 334
533 Future of Pasteurism, The (Disputed) Lieutenant Pore A'Countant (O.R.G.)

421 Fuzzy-Wuzzy' We've fought with many men acrost the seas B.R.B.&O.V(1892), I.V.(1919),SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
400
746 G.W. Steevens Memorial Lines; OR; Steevens G.W. Through War and Pestilence, Red Siege and Fire SUS/BUR(1938-41)

486 Galley-Slave, The Oh gallant was our galley from her carven steering-wheel D.D.& O.V.(1890), E.V.(1900), I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
73
929 Gallio's Song; OR; 'And Gallio Cared for None of These Things' [With 'Little Foxes'] All day long to the judgment-seat S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
542
1099 Gehazi Whence comest thou, Gehazi Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
242
748 General Joubert; OR; Death of General Joubert, The With those that bred, with those that loosed the strife F.N.(1903), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
242
667 General Sir Arthur Victorious Jones General Sir Arthur Victorious Jones (O.R.G.)

221 General Summary, A We are very slightly changed D.D.& O.V.(1886), E.V.(1900),,I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
4
550 Gentlemen-Rankers; OR; Gentlemen-Songsters; OR; Whiffenpoof Song, The To the legion of the lost ones, to the cohort of the damned B.R.B.&O.V(1892), I.V.(1919),SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
424
550 Gentlemen-Songsters; SEE; Gentlemen-Rankers To the legion of the lost ones, to the cohort of the damned B.R.B.&O.V(1892), I.V.(1919),SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
424
264.1 Germ Destroyer, A [Heading to 'A Germ Destroyer'] Pleasant it is for the Little Tin Gods SUS/BUR (1938-41),D.V.(1940)

1205 Gertrude's Prayer [With 'Dayspring Mishandled'] That which is marred at birth Time shall not mend I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
771
1100 Gethsemane The Garden called Gethsemane Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
98
222 Giffen's Debt (Not Griffen's Debt) Imprimis he was 'broke'. Thereafter left D.D.& O.V.(1886), E.V.(1900),,I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
78
469 Gift of the Sea, The The dead child lay in the shroud B.R.B.&O.V(1892), I.V.(1919),SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
374
315.1 Gipsy (Gypsy) Song [Lines in 'The Gipsy Trail'; OR; Heading to 'Poor Dear Mamma'] The wild hawk to the wind-swept sky SUS/BUR (1938-41)

534 Gipsy Song; SEE; Gipsy Trail, The The white moth to the closing bine I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
181
534 Gipsy Trail, The; OR; Gipsy Song The white moth to the closing bine I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
181
1132 Gipsy Vans [With 'A Madonna of the Trenches'] Unless you come of the gipsy stock I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
760

Given from the Cuckoo's Nest to the Beloved Infant - Greeting I sit in the midst of my study RUTH (1986) 113
801 Gloria' Work with the hope that lures us on (O.R.G.)

1125 Glories, The; OR; Choice of Songs, A [Preface to 'A Choice of Songs'] In Faiths and Food and Books and Friends I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
813
993 Glory of the Garden, The Our England is a garden that is full of stately views H.E. (1911), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
732
505 Goat, The; OR; Goats and Sheep; OR; Sheep and Goats [Heading to 'Beast and Man in India', Chapter V] They killed a child to please the Gods S.B.(1912),I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

505 Goats and Sheep; SEE; Goat, The They killed a child to please the Gods S.B.(1912),I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

388.2/742 God Made the Pine [Lines in 'From Sea to Sea', Chapter XXVI] (Disputed) God made the pine SUS/BUR(1938-41)

503 Gods in London, The [Heading to 'The Children of the Zodiac'] In the hush of an April morning, when the streets are velvety still (O.R.G.)

1058 Gods of the Copybook Headings (Margins), The; OR; Maxims of the Market Place As I pass through my incarnations in every age and race I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
793
316.3 Good People All [Lines in 'The Story of the Gadsby's'] Good people all SUS/BUR(1938-41)

237 Goosey Pool; SEE; Song of an Outsider, The E'en now the heron treads (breasts) the wet RUTH (1986) 193
600.2 Gosse Poem No. 1: Prologue to a Catalogue of a Portion of the Library of Edmund Gosse Men say 'tis wondrous strange to see (O.R.G.)

600.3 Gosse Poem No. 2 Dear Mr. Gosse - Your Winged Horse Dear Mr. Gosse; your winged hosse (O.R.G.)

768 Gow's Watch (I) Act II Scene 2 [Heading to 'Kim', Chapter X] Your tiercel's too long at hack, Sir. He's no eyass S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
617
769 Gow's Watch (II) Act IV Scene 4 [With 'The Prophet and the Country'] The Queen's host would be delivered me today I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
617
770 Gow's Watch (III) Act V Scene 3 [With 'A Madonna of the Trenches'] Here's earnest of the Queen's submission I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
617
538 Grand Master's Defence, The [Heading to 'The Naulahka', Chapter IV] Your patience, Sirs; the Devil took me up SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1073 Grave near Halfa. A; SEE; Epitaphs of the War: Pelicans in the Wilderness The blown sand heaps on me, that none may learn Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

285 Grave of the Hundred Head, The There's a widow in sleepy Chester D.D.& O.V.(1886), E.V.(1900),,I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
56
1056 Great-Heart Concerning brave Captains I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
577
1051 Greek National Anthem (Translated), The We knew thee of old I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
93
1194 Greek Song; SEE; Ah, Would Swift Ships had Never Been Ah, would swift ships had never been about the seas to rove SUS/BUR(1938-41)

Greeting What comfort can I send thee sweet RUTH (1986) 122
863 Guardsman, The [Lines in 'The Army of a Dream'] (Disputed) Oo is it mashes the country nurse SUS/BUR(1938-41)

460 Gunga Din You may talk o' gin and beer B.R.B.&O.V(1892), I.V.(1919),SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
406
259 Hadramauti Who knows the heart of the Christian? How does he reason? S.B.(1912),I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41),D.V.(1940)
535
412 Had'st Thou Not Called it Love [Lines in 'One View of the Question'] Hadst thou not called it love, I had said it were a drawn sword SUS/BUR(1938-41)

816 Half-Ballade of Waterval When by the labour of my 'ands I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
478
254 Half-Way House, The I know them of old - I've been here before (O.R.G.)

333 Hans Breitmann as an Administrator (With All Apologies to C.G. Leland) Hans Breitmann vent to India RUTH (1986) 424
890 Harp Song of the Dane Women [With 'The Knights of the Joyous Venture'] What is a woman that you forsake her S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
528
1013 Harwich Ladies (1914-1918); SEE; Farewell and Adieu Harwich (Greenwich) (English) (Norwich) Ladies Farewell and adieu to you Harwich Ladies I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

53 Haste (Title duplicated); SEE; The Flight So the end came RUTH (1986) 50
1169 Haste; SEE; Flight, The When the grey geese heard the Fool's tread SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
562
1148 Have You no Bananas; SEE; Song of Bananas, A Have you no Bananas, simple townsmen all? I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
809
He Done His Level Best; SEE; El Dorado A golden place - whose portals shine RUTH (1986) 168
454 He Must be a Man of Decent Height [Lines in 'The Light that Failed', Chapter XI] He must be a man of decent height SUS/BUR(1938-41)

1008 He That Died O' Wednesday' He that died o' Wednesday (O.R.G.)

178 Heading to ' The Plea of the Simla Dancers' Too late, alas! the song (O.R.G.)

210 Heading to ' Venus Annodomini' And the years went on, as the years must do (O.R.G.)

175 Heading to 'A Code of Morals' Lest you think this story true (O.R.G.)

259 Heading to 'A Friend's Friend' Wherefore slew you (I) the starnger? He brought me dishonour (O.R.G.)

168 Heading to 'A Legend of the Foreign Office' This is the reason why Rustum Beg (O.R.G.)

167 Heading to 'A Study of an Elevation, In Indian Ink' This ditty is a string of lies (O.R.G.)

166 Heading to 'Army Headquarters' Old is the song that I sing (O.R.G.)

110 Heading to 'At the End of the Passage' The sky is lead and our faces are red (O.R.G.)

140 Heading to 'Beast and Man in India', Chapter III His hide is very mangy (O.R.G.)

201 Heading to 'Delilah' We have another Viceroy now, those days are dead and done (O.R.G.)

523 Heading to 'Kim', Chapter II For whoso will, from Pride released SUS/BUR(1938-41)

523 Heading to 'Kim', Chapter III [Lines from 'Buddha at Kamakura'] Yea, voice of every soul that clung SUS/BUR(1938-41)

780 Heading to 'Kim', Chapter IV Good Luck, she is never a lady SUS/BUR(1938-41)

762 Heading to 'Kim', Chapter VI [Lines in 'Diego Valdez'] Now I remember comrades (O.R.G.)

772 Heading to 'Kim', Chapter XI Give a (the) man who is not made SUS/BUR(1938-41)

767 Heading to 'Kim', Chapter XV I'd not give room for an Emperor SUS/BUR(1938-41)

186 Heading to 'Pagett, M.P.' The toad beneath the harrow knows (O.R.G.)

174 Heading to 'Pink Dominoes' They are fools who kiss and tell (O.R.G.)

170 Heading to 'Public Waste' Walpole talks of 'a man and his price' (O.R.G.)

293 Heading to 'Struck Ile' Peace, peace such a small lamp illumines on the highway (O.R.G.)

297 Heading to 'The Ballad of Fisher's Boarding House' That night when through the morning chains (O.R.G.)

1129 Heading to 'The Birthright' The miracle of our land's speech - so known SUS/BUR(1938-41)

109 Heading to 'The Flight of the Bucket' Pre-admonisheth the writer (O.R.G.)

1126 Heading to 'The Gardener' One grave to me was given SUS/BUR(1938-41)

1133 Heading to 'The Janeites' Jane lies in Winchester - blessed be her shade SUS/BUR(1938-41)

177 Heading to 'The Last Department' Twelve hundred million men are spread (O.R.G.)

141 Heading to 'The Legend of the Lilly' This is a simple legend (quite as truthful as the rest) (O.R.G.)

173 Heading to 'The Man Who Could Write' Shun - shun the Bowl! That fatal, facile drink (O.R.G.)

263 Heading to 'The Municipal' Why is my District death-rate low (O.R.G.)

243 Heading to 'The Naulahka', Chapter X Ye know the Hundred Danger Time (O.R.G.)

172 Heading to 'The Post That Fitted' Though tangled and twisted the course of true love (O.R.G.)

197 Heading to 'The Song of the Dancer' With a form as wasted and worn, a spirit weary and weak (O.R.G.)

202 Heading to 'The Vindication of Grant Duff' So are they all, all honourable men (O.R.G.)

1035 Hear the Truth Our Tongues are Telling [Lines in 'The Village that Voted the Earth was Flat'] The Village that voted the Earth was flat SUS/BUR(1938-41)

671 Heathen, The; SEE; 'Eathen, The The 'eathen in 'is blindness bows down to wood an' stone S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
451
1042 Helen All Alone' [With 'In the Same Boat'] There was darkness under Heaven I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
612
226 Her Majesty's Mail; SEE; Overland Mail, The In the name of the Empress of India, make way D.D.& O.V.(1886), E.V.(1900),,I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
33
451 Heriot's Ford; OR; Fight of (at) Heriot's Ford, The [Heading to 'The Light That Failed', Chapter X] What's that (yon) that hirples (follows) at my side? S.B.(1912),I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
662
880 Heritage, The; OR; From the Empire and the Century Our Fathers in a wondrous age S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
565
1226 He's the Man that wrote the Jungle Books He's the man that knows the private soldier's life SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

681 Hih! Yih! Yoho! Send Your Letters Raound [Lines in 'Captains Courageous'] Hih! Yih! Yoho! Send your letters raound SUS/BUR(1938-41)

110 Himalayan Now the land is ringed with a circle of fire E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 243
1172 His Apologies' Master, this is Thy Servant. He is rising eight weeks old I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
816
111 His Consolation (Title duplicated) So be it; you give me my release E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 145

His Consolation (Title duplicated); OR; Their Consolation Alas! Alas! it is a tale so old RUTH (1986) 147
1017 His Morning Hope [Lines in 'Sea Warfare'] His morning hope, his evening dream SUS/BUR(1938-41)

1207 His Mother's Son; SEE; Mother's Son, The I have a dream - a dreadful dream- I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
777
1195.4 His Speech is a Burning Fire [Lines in 'Uncovenanted Mercies'] His speech is a burning fire SUS/BUR(1938-41)

1033 Holy War, The A tinker out of Bedford Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
289
517 Home The Lord shall change the hearts of men (O.R.G.)

996 Home This is the prayer the Cave Man prayed (O.R.G.)

1048 Horace, Bk. V. Ode 3; SEE; Translation, A There are whose study is of smells I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
588
1108 Horace, Book V Ode 13; SEE; Lollius Why gird at Lollius if he care SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
800
1140 Horace, Book V, Ode 17; SEE; To the Companions How comes it that, at even-tide I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
751
1137 Horace, Book V, Ode 20: The Portent; SEE; Portent, The Oh, late withdrawn from human-kind I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
758
1139 Horace, Book V, Ode 22; SEE; Survival, The Securely, after days I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
756
282 Horses, the Horses, the Fat Horses, The [Lines in 'The Vengeance of Lal Beg'] The horses, the horses, the fat horses SUS/BUR (1938-41)

1116 Hour of the Angel, The [With 'Stalky'] Sooner or late - in earnest or in jest- I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
740
724 Houses, The; OR; In the House Militant; OR; Song of the Dominions, A Twixt my house and thy house the pathway is broad Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
179
664 How Breitmann Became President on the Bicycle Ticket Der Americanische bolitig (O.R.G.)

324 How doth the festive Heatherfledge (2nd Verse Item) [Lines in 'That District Log Book'] How doth the festive heatherfledge (O.R.G.)

55 How it Seemed to Us A grey flat lying out against the sea RUTH (1986) 115
744.2 How Many Hams Have Twenty Pigs?; SEE; Of Swine All things were made in seven days (O.R.G.)

410 How May the Merchant Westward Fare [Lines in 'One View of the Question'] How may the merchant westward fare SUS/BUR(1938-41)

69 How the Day Broke; OR; Drawing-Room Song The night was very silent, and the moon was going down E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 100
70.1 How the Goddess Awakened Where the reveller laid him, drunk with wine E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 70
400 How We Shall Live Then - Perhaps In the near-approaching future that the poet's eyes descry (O.R.G.)

561 Humpty Dumpty in the Far East (Title duplicated) Hamti-Damti chargya chutt! SUS/BUR(1938-41)

561 Humpty Dumpty in the Far East [Lines in 'The Potted Princess'] (Title duplicated) Bugle baita nuddie kannra SUS/BUR(1938-41)

615 Hunting Song of the Seeonee (Seeone) Pack [Lines in 'Mowgli's Brothers'] As the dawn was breaking the Sambhur belled S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
667
1101 Hyaenas, The After the burial-parties leave Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
318
663 Hymn Before Action; OR; Little Sermon, A The earth is full of anger S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
325
1223 Hymn of Breaking Strain The careful text-books measure SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
384
1028 Hymn of the Free People; SEE; Choice, The To the Judge of Right and Wrong Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
186
1164 Hymn of the Triumphant Airman; OR; Flying East to West at (Over) 1000 Miles per Hour Oh long had we paltered I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
817
895 Hymn of the XXX Legion: circa A.D. 350; SEE; Song to Mithras, A Mithras, God of the Morning, our trumpets waken the Wall! S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
523
1206 Hymn to Physical Pain [With 'The Tender Achilles'] Dread Mother of Forgetfulness I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
787

I Believe Oh! Love what need is it that thou should'st die? RUTH (1986) 143
369 I cannot write, I cannot think'; SEE; To Mrs Hill from Me, A Journalist Unkempt and Inky I cannot write, I cannot think RUTH (1986) 456
1195.2 I Have a Song to Sing, Oh! [Lines in 'Uncovenanted Mercies'] I have a song to sing, oh! SUS/BUR(1938-41)

487 I Have Eaten Your Bread and Salt [Prelude to 'Departmental Ditties'] I have eaten your bread and salt D.D.& O.V.(1890), E.V.(1900), I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)

1234 I Hold it Truth with Him Who Sang I hold it truth with him who sang SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

351 I Kissed Her in the Kitchen [Lines in 'Brugglesmith'; OR; Lines in 'The Drums of the Fore and Aft'] I kissed her in the kitchen and I kissed her in the hall SUS/BUR (1938-41)

762.2 I know the Teuton and the Gaul I know the Teuton and the Gaul (O.R.G.)

426 I Know Thy Cunning [Heading to 'From Seas to Sea', Chapter XXXV ] I know thy cunning and thy greed SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)

500 I Saw a Ship A'sailing [Lines in 'The Disturber of Traffic'] I saw a ship a-sailing SUS/BUR(1938-41)


I thank you Mrs. Colvin' I thank you Mrs. Colvin RUTH (1986) 450
388.1/741 I walked in the lonesome even' [Heading to ' From Sea to Sea', Chapter XXVI; OR; Lines in 'From Sea to Sea', Chapter XXVI] I walked in the lonesome even SUS/BUR(1938-41)

624 I will Remember What I was [Lines in 'Toomai of the Elephants'] I will remember what I was - I am sick of rope and chain S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

86 I Wrote You Verses Two Years Syne; OR; Inscription in Presentation Copy of 'Echoes' (III): Flo Garrard; OR; Dedication (III); OR; Inscription to F.G. from R.K I wrote you verses two years syne RUTH (1986) 250
86 Inscription in Presentation Copy of 'Echoes' (III): Flo Garrard; SEE; 'I Wrote You Verses Two Years Syne I wrote you verses two years syne RUTH (1986) 250
86 Dedication (III); SEE; 'I Wrote You Verses Two Years Syne I wrote you verses two years syne RUTH (1986) 250
86 Inscription to F.G. from R.K; SEE; 'I Wrote You Verses Two Years Syne I wrote you verses two years syne RUTH (1986) 250
223 Ichabod Get a nervous lady's pony - get the oldest you can find RUTH (1986) 343
952 If- [With 'Brother Square-Toes'] If you can keep your head when all about you S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
576
919 If We Only Understand (Disputed) There are gems of wondrous brightness (O.R.G.)

919 If We Only Understood (Disputed) If we knew the cares and trials (O.R.G.)

804 If You are Going to Marry Me' [Lines in 'The Harbour Watch'; OR; Lines in 'Their Lawful Occasions'] (Disputed) If you're going to marry me, marry me, Bill SUS/BUR(1938-41)

1106.1 Ille Autem Iterum Negavit; SEE; Song at Cockcrow, A The first time that Peter denièd his Lord Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
326
22 Illusion, Disillusion, Allusion Fairest of women is she S.B.L.(1881), E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 92
436 I'm Sorry for Mr. Bluebeard [Lines in 'The Man Who Was'] I'm sorry for Mister Bluebeard SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)

158.1 Imp of All Mischief [Lines in 'That Boy Again'] Imp of all mischief, heaven alone knows how (O.R.G.)

406 Imperial Rescript, An Now this is the tale of the Council the German Kaiser decreed B.R.B.&O.V(1892), I.V.(1919),SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
284
354.2 Imperious Wool-Booted Sage (Another version) Imperious wool-booted sage (O.R.G.)

354.1 Imperious Wool-booted Sage'; or; Verse Without a Title Imperious wool-booted sage RUTH (1986) 435
260 In a Good Season ; SEE; What the People Said By the well, where the bullocks go D.D.& O.V.(1886), E.V.(1900),,I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
66
70.2/773 In a High Art Study' In a high art study (O.R.G.)

532 In a Very Short Time You're Released From Cares [Lines in 'My First Book (Story)'] In a very short time you're released from all Cares SUS/BUR(1938-41)

281 In Answer We are friends.' Exactly so (O.R.G.)

610 In August was the Jackal Born [Lines in 'The Undertakers'] In August was the jackal born SUS/BUR(1938-41)

353 In Durance [Heading to 'False Dawn'] To-night God knows what thing shall tide S.B.(1912),I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1014 In Lowestoft a Boat was Laid'; SEE; Lowestoft Boat, The In Lowestoft a boat was laid I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
653
864 In Memoriam - Joseph Chamberlain; SEE; Things and the Man Oh ye who hold the written clue Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
210

In Memoriam July - August 1883 If I have held my peace so long RUTH (1986) 195
736 In Memory of an Almost Fatal Error Our cheeks turn pink whenever we think (O.R.G.)

387 In Partibus The 'buses run to Battersea SUS/BUR(1938-41) 470
661.2 In Quebec; SEE; There Once was a Small Boy in Quebec There was a small boy in Quebec (O.R.G.)

442 In Seeonee [Heading to 'The Light that Failed', Chapter IV] The wolf-cub at even lay hid in the corn S.B.(1912),I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

543 In Seonee (Seeone) [Heading to 'The Naulahka', Chapter XII] This I saw when the rites were done S.B.(1912), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

542 In Shadowland [Heading to 'The Naulahka', Chapter IX] We meet in an evil land S.B.(1912), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

132 In Springtime; OR; Springtime in India My garden blazes brightly with the rose-bush and the peach (O.R.G.)
78

In the Beginning; OR; Creed, A Woe is, and pain, and men grow old thereby RUTH (1986) 139

In the Case of Rukhmibhaio Gentlemen reformers with an English Education RUTH (1986) 373
380 In the City of Berlin There were passengers thirty and three RUTH (1986) 466
661.1 In the Days of Old Rameses [Lines in 'The Ship that Found Herself'] In the days of old Rameses - are you on? SUS/BUR(1938-41)


In the Hall; SEE; Parting (Title duplicated) The last five minutes were worth the price RUTH (1986) 153
724 In the House Militant; SEE; Houses, The Twixt my house and thy house the pathway is broad Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
179
722.1/910 In the Iroquois; SEE; Dealer in Brains, A In the 'Iroquois' at Buffalo that partnership broke up (O.R.G.)

837 In the Manner of the Earlier English; SEE; Muse Among the Motors, The: Advertisement, The Whether to wend through straight streets strictly BOMBAY EDITION (1914), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
678
271 In the Matter of a Prologue For past performances, methinks, 't were fit RUTH (1986) 375 168
597 In the Matter of One Compass When, foot to wheel and back to wind (O.R.G.)

518 In the Microscopical Hinterland In the microscopic hinterland of a cramped sub-continent (O.R.G.)

531 In the Neolithic Age In the Neolithic Age savage warfare did I wage S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
342

In the spring time, Oh my husband'; SEE; Music for the Middle-Aged (extract) (III) In the springtime, Oh my husband RUTH (1986) 221
10.1 Index Malorum The wild waves beat upon the shore RUTH (1986) 76
151 Indian Delegates, The Delegates we RUTH (1986) 293
112 Indian Farmer at Home, The ; OR; Raiyat at Home, The Hoots! toots! ayont, ahint, afore E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 225
874 Indian Frontier, 1904; SEE; Runners, The What is the word that they tell us now-now-now S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
109
239 Indian Paper's Definition of a Junior Civilian; SEE; Plaint of the Junior Civilian, The I have worked for ten seasons or more E.V.(1900),O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 359
240 India's Teaching Mild and loving, gentle native (O.R.G.)

146 Indignant Protest, An The journalists of Southern Ind RUTH (1986) 281
672 Infantry in India; SEE; Cholera Camp We've got the cholerer in camp - it's worse than forty fights; S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
440
56 Inoeritum Text not available (O.R.G.)

88 Inscription in a Copy of 'Echoes'; OR; To Mr. W.C. Crofts And so, like most young poets, in a flush (O.R.G.)

790 Inscription in a volume of Outward Bound Edition [Lines from 'The Camel's Hump is an Ugly Hump'] The cure for this ill is not to sit still (O.R.G.)


Inscription in Copy of 'In Black and White': Presented to Mrs. Hill; OR; 'To Mrs 'Ill at Belvidere' To Mrs 'Ill at Belvidere' RUTH (1986) 456
93.2 Inscription in Copy of 'Plain Tales From the Hills': Presented to Mrs. Hill Between the gum-pot and the shears RUTH (1986) 395
84 Inscription in Presentation Copy of 'Echoes' (I): The Mater; SEE; Who is the Public I Write For? Who is the Public I write for? RUTH (1986) 250
83.2 Inscription in Presentation Copy of 'Echoes' (II): Edith Macdonald Though the 'Englishman' deride it RUTH (1986) 250
87 Inscription in Presentation Copy of 'Echoes' (IV): Evelyn Welford; SEE; The Memory of a Maiden's Sympathy The memory of a maiden's sympathy RUTH (1986) 250
85 Inscription in Presentation Copy of 'Echoes' (V): Miss Winnard and the Miss Craiks; SEE; To Our First Critics Send We These To our first critics send we these RUTH (1986) 250
92 Inscription in Presentation Copy of 'Echoes' (VI): Margaret Burne-Jones; SEE; Wop of Asia, that Lordly Beast, The The Wop of Asia - that lordly Beast RUTH (1986) 250

Inscription in Presentation Copy of 'Echoes' (VII): A. Macdonald; OR; Dedication (Inscription) to A.M. D.D. R.K.; OR; 'Between the gum-pot and the shears' Between the gum-pot and the shears RUTH (1986) 250

Inscription in Presentation Copy of 'Echoes' (VIII): Common Room of U.S.C.; OR; Dedication (Inscription) to my very noble and approved good Masters; OR; 'Placetne, Domini? -in far Lahore' Placetne, Domini? -in far Lahore RUTH (1986) 250
87 Inscription to Evelyn from R.K.; SEE; The Memory of a Maiden's Sympathy The memory of a maiden's sympathy RUTH (1986) 250
722.1/910 Inscription to Major J. B. Pond; SEE; Dealer in Brains, A In the 'Iroquois' at Buffalo that partnership broke up (O.R.G.)

92 Inscription to Margaret Burne-Jones from Ruddy and Trix; SEE; Wop of Asia, that Lordly Beast, The The Wop of Asia - that lordly Beast RUTH (1986) 250
84 Inscription to The Mater from Ruddy; SEE; Who is the Public I Write For? Who is the Public I write for? RUTH (1986) 250
817 Instructor, The; OR; Non-commissioned Officer of the Line At times when under cover I 'ave said I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
472
365 Irish Conspiracy, The I went (wint) to ould Mulvaney wid the Friday's Pioneer RUTH (1986) 452
1050 Irish Guards, The We're not so old in the Army List Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
196
782 Islanders, The No doubt but ye are the People - your throne is above the King's F.N.(1903), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
301
590 It is a Way We Have in the Army [Lines in 'An English School'] (Not Kipling) It's a way we have in the Army SUS/BUR(1938-41)

1166 It is not Gems (Guns) or Armament; SEE; Teamwork It is not guns or armament (O.R.G.)

678 It's Six and Twenty Sundays [Lines in 'Captains Courageous'] It's six an' twenty Sundays sence las' we saw the land SUS/BUR(1938-41)

280 Itu and his God Itu, who led the Oash Gul to war RUTH (1986) 386
795 I've Never Sailed the Amazon; SEE; Just So Verses (VI) I've never sailed the Amazon S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

686 Jacket, The; OR; Royal Horse Artillery Through the Plagues of Egyp' we was chasin' Arabi S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
449
983 James I. (1603-1625); OR; King James I. The child of Mary Queen of Scots H.E. (1911), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
721
39.1 Jam-Pot, The; OR; Worst of It, The The Jam-pot - tender thought E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 151
113 Jane Smith I journeyed, on a winter's day E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 237
1133 Jane's Marriage [With 'The Janeites'] Jane went to Paradise: I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
757
311 Je suis pandu et sans'; SEE; New Songs and Old (V) Je suis pandu et sans (Je suis pauvre et sans resource) (O.R.G.)

969 Jester, The There are three degrees of bliss S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
584
1163 Jews and Arabs; OR; Jews In ancient days and deserts wild (O.R.G.)

1163 Jews; SEE; Jews and Arabs In ancient days and deserts wild (O.R.G.)

332 Job Lot, A They really were most merciful RUTH (1986) 421
4 Job's Wife Curse now thy God and die, for all is done RUTH (1986) 49
1005 Jobson's Amen [Heading to 'A Return to the East'] Blessèd be the English and all their ways and works. Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
502
698 John Short Will Ring the Curtain Down [Lines in 'Slaves of the Lamp' , Part II] John Short will ring the curtain down SUS/BUR(1938-41)

754.2 Johnny Bowlegs; SEE; Bow Legged Jonny (Jannie) Pack your kit and trek, Ferriera (Vat jou goet en trek, Ferreira) SUS/BUR(1938-41)

754.2 Johnny with the Limping Leg (Lame Leg); SEE; Bow Legged Jonny (Jannie) Pack your kit and trek, Ferriera (Vat jou goet en trek, Ferreira) SUS/BUR(1938-41)

912 Jubal and Tubal Cain Jubal sang of the Wrath of God S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
554
273 Jubilee Ode (Disputed) Fifty times the punkah's moan has sounded (O.R.G.)

260 Jubilee Ode; SEE; What the People Said By the well, where the bullocks go D.D.& O.V.(1886), E.V.(1900),,I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
66
587 Judgement of the Sea, The; SEE; Last Chantey, The Thus said the Lord in the Vault above the Cherubim S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
160
772 Juggler's Song, The; OR; But a Man Who, etc. [Heading to 'Kim', Chapter XI] When the drums begin to beat S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
664

Juldee Ao! Juldee Ao! To the Simla dâk gharri'; SEE; Music for the Middle-Aged (extract) (II) Juldee Ao! Juldee Ao! To the Simla dâk gharri RUTH (1986) 221
424 Jump to a Conclusion, A An agitator - let us call him a (O.R.G.)

657 Jungle Law [Heading to 'The Undertakers'] When ye say to Tabaqui, 'My Brother', when ye call the Hyaena to meat S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

649 Jungle Saying [Heading to 'The King's Ankus'] These are the Four that are never content, that have never been filled since the Dews began S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1117 Junk and the Dhow, The [With 'An Unqualified Pilot'] Once, a pair of savages found a stranded tree I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
738
789 Just So Verses (I): When the Cabin Port-Holes [With 'How the Whale Got his Throat'] When the cabin port-holes are dark and green SUS/BUR(1938-41)
604
789 When the Cabin Port-Holes; SEE; Just So Verses (I) When the cabin port-holes are dark and green SUS/BUR(1938-41)
604
790 Just So Verses (II): The Camel's Hump; OR; Camel, The [With 'How the Camel Got his Hump'] The Camel's hump is an ugly lump S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

790 Camel's Hump, The; SEE; Just So Verses (II) The Camel's hump is an ugly lump S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

792 Just So Verses (III): I am the Most Wise Baavian [With 'How the Leopard Got his Spots'] I am the Most Wise Baviaan, saying in most wise tones S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

792 I am the Most Wise Baavian; SEE; Just So Verses (III) I am the Most Wise Baviaan, saying in most wise tones S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

793 Just So Verses (IV): I Keep Six Honest Serving Men [With 'The Elephant's Child'] I keep six honest serving-men S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

793 I Keep Six Honest Serving Men; SEE; Just So Verses (IV) I keep six honest serving-men S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

791 Just So Verses (IX): This Uninhabited Island [With 'How the Rhinoceros got his Skin'] This Uninhabited Island SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

791 This Uninhabited Island; SEE; Just So Verses (IX) This Uninhabited Island SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

794 Just So Verses (V): This is the Mouth- Filling Song [With 'The Sing-Song of Old Man Kangaroo'] This is the mouth-filling song of the race that was run by a Boomer S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

794 This is the Mouth- Filling Song; SEE; Just So Verses (V) This is the mouth-filling song of the race that was run by a Boomer S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

795 Just So Verses (VI): Rolling Down to Rio; OR; I've Never Sailed the Amazon [With 'The Beginning of the Armadilloes'] I've never sailed the Amazon S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

795 Rolling Down to Rio; SEE; Just So Verses (VI) I've never sailed the Amazon S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

798 Just So Verses (VII): The Riddle; OR; China-Going P. and O.s [With 'The Crab that Played with the Sea'] China-going P. & O.'s S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

798 Riddle, The; SEE; Just So Verses (VII) China-going P. & O.'s S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

799 Just So Verses (VIII): Pussy can Sit by the Fire and Sing; OR; First Friend [With 'The Cat that Walked by Himself'] Pussy can sit by the fire and sing S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

799 Pussy can Sit by the Fire and Sing; SEE; Just So Verses (VIII) Pussy can sit by the fire and sing S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

800 Just So Verses (X): There Never was a Queen Like Balkis [With 'The Butterfly that Stamped'] There was never a Queen like Balkis S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

800 There Never was a Queen Like Balkis; SEE; Just So Verses (X) There was never a Queen like Balkis S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

797 Just So Verses: Merrow Down , (II): Of All the Tribe of Tegumai [With 'How the Alphabet was Made'] Of all the Tribe of Tegumai S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
597
796 Just So Verses: Merrow Down, (I): There Runs a Road by Merrow Down [With 'How the First Letter was Written'] There runs a road by Merrow Down S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
597
1052 Justice Across a world where all men grieve Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
393
1024 Jutland; SEE; Verdicts, The Not in the thick of the fight SUS/BUR(1938-41)
142
775 Kabir; SEE; Prayer, The My brother kneels, so saith Kabir I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
673
384 Kamal; SEE; Ballad of East and West, The Oh, East is East and West is West, and never the twain shall meet B.R.B.&O.V(1892), I.V.(1919),SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
234
869 Kaspar's Song in 'Varda'; SEE; Butterflies Eyes aloft, over dangerous places S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
634
761 Kimberley Memorial, 1901; SEE; Sons of the Land This for a charge to our children in sign of the price we paid SUS/BUR(1938-41)

278 Kind Sir, O' Your Courtesy [Lines in 'The Hill of Illusion'] Kind Sir, o' your courtesy SUS/BUR (1938-41)

980 King and the Children, The; SEE; King's Job, The Once on a time was a King anxious to understand H.E. (1911), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
718
1225 King and the Sea, The; OR; To the King and the Sea After His Realms and States were moved SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
825
547 King Anthony; SEE; Kingdom, The Now we are come to our Kingdom S.B.(1912), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
494
525 King Euric For hope of gain, or sake of peace (O.R.G.)

1110.2 King George's Visit to War Cemeteries in France; SEE; King's Pilgrimage, The Our King went forth on Pilgrimage I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
805
953 King Henry VII. and the Shipwrights [With 'The Wrong Thing'] Harry, our King in England, from London town is gone S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
657
983 King James I; SEE; James I. (1603-1625) The child of Mary Queen of Scots H.E. (1911), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
721
192 King Solomon's Horses The black Egyptian coursers of the sands RUTH (1986) 328
632.1 King, The; OR; Romance Farewell Romance!' the Cave-men said; S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
376
733 King, The; SEE; Old Issue, The 'Here is nothing new nor aught unproven,', say the Trumpets F.N.(1903), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
296
547 Kingdom, The; OR; King Anthony [Heading to 'The Naulahka', Chapter XVIII] Now we are come to our Kingdom S.B.(1912), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
494
980 King's Job, The; OR; Tudor Monarchy, The; OR; King and the Children, The Once on a time was a King anxious to understand H.E. (1911), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
718
1110.2 King's Pilgrimage, The; OR; King George's Visit to War Cemeteries in France Our King went forth on Pilgrimage I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
805
868 King's Task, The; OR; Saxon Foundation, The [With 'The Comprehension of Private Copper'] After the sack of the City, when Rome was sunk to a name H.E. (1911), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
648
529 Kipling's Lost Poem; SEE; Voortrekker, The The gull shall whistle in his wake, the blind wave break in fire S.B.(1912), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
555
727 Kitchener's School Oh Hubshee, carry your shoes in your hand and bow your head on your breast F.N.(1903), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
202
457 Kizilbashi [Heading to 'The Light That Failed', Chapter XIV] Yet at the last S.B.(1912),I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

37 Knight Errant, The Ridest a light of chivalry RUTH (1986) 130
114 Kopra-Brahm Cosmic force and Cawnpore leather E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 240
279 La Chanson Du Colonel [Lines in 'The Hill of Illusion'] Pendant une annee toute entiere SUS/BUR (1938-41)

269 La Nuit Blanche; OR; Natural Phenomena I had seen, as dawn was breaking D.D.& O.V.(1886), E.V.(1900),,I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
28
1231 Labouring Text not available (O.R.G.)

413 Ladies, The [Heading to 'The Courting of Dinah Shadd'; OR; Lines in 'The Ladies'] I've taken my fun where I've found it B.R.B.&O.V(1892), I.V.(1919),SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
442
305 Lady Dufferin's Fund for Medical Aid to the Women of India; SEE; Song of the Women, The How shall she know the worship we would do her? D.D.& O.V.(1886), E.V.(1900),,I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
46
104 Lady Laments the Loss of her Lover under the Similitude of a Lapdog, A; SEE; Cavaliere Servente (In the Manner of Dante Gabriel Rosetti) Alas for me, who loved my bow-wow well! E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 247
99 Laid Low He wandered by the L-wr-nce H-ll RUTH (1986) 260
883 Lalage; SEE; 'Rimini' When I left Rome for Lalage's sake S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
550
289 Lament of the Border Cattle Thief, The; OR; Border Cattle Thief, The O woe is me for the merry life B.R.B.&O.V(1892),I.V.(1919),SUS/BUR (1938-41),D.V.(1940)
268
288 Lament of the C.I.E., The Kismet! My fate has reached me! Though I for my part have done (O.R.G.)

76 Lament, A Old days are passing! all things have an end (O.R.G.)

1043 Land, The [With 'Friendly Brook'] When Julius Fabricius, Sub-Prefect of the Weald I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
601
115 Land-Bound Run down to the sea, O River E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 153
116 Laocoön Under the shadow of Death E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 229
302 Last Call, The - A Legend of '93 It was a Lady and her Knight - and sick at heart was she (O.R.G.)

587 Last Chantey, The; OR; Dipsy Chantey, The; OR; Judgement of the Sea, The; OR; And There was No More Sea Thus said the Lord in the Vault above the Cherubim S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
160
177 Last Department, The None whole or clean,' we cry, 'or free from stain D.D.& O.V.(1886), E.V.(1900),,I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
21
1118 Last Lap, The [With 'The Burning of the Sarah Sands'] How do we know, by the bank-high river I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
741
1134 Last Ode, The [With 'The Eye of Allah'] As watchers couched beneath a Bantine oak I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
765
433 Last of the Light Brigade, The There were thirty million English who talked of England's might I.V.(1919),SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
200
3 Last Rhyme of True Thomas, The The King has called for priest and cup S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
377
393 Last Suttee, The; OR; Ballade of the Last Suttee, The Udai Chand lay sick to death B.R.B.&O.V(1892), I.V.(1919),SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
238
1135 Late Came the God' [With 'The Wish-House'] Late came the God, having sent his forerunners who were not regarded- I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
753
215 Latter Day Carols; SEE; Christmas in India Dim dawn behind the tamarisks - the sky is saffron-yellow D.D.& O.V.(1886), E.V.(1900),,I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
54
549.1 Law and the Lady, The; SEE; My Lady's Law The Law whereby my lady moves S.B.(1912), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
635
346 Law of Libel, The [Song from Libretto of Naulahka; OR; Heading to 'The Naulahka', Chapter VII] To the State of Kot-Kumharsen where the wild dacoits abound RUTH (1986) 438
605 Law of the Jungle, The Now this is the Law of the Jungle - as old and as true as the sky; S.B.(1912), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
558
270 Lay of the Great Commission, The Now shake the brazen cymbals (O.R.G.)

75 Lay of the Plains, A Over my head the punkah swings (O.R.G.)

131 L-d D-ff-r-n's Clôture; OR; Lord Dufferin's Clôture Oh drop your notes' the Viceroy said RUTH (1986) 264
8 Legend of Devonshire, A There were three daughters long ago (Three daughters lived once long ago) S.B.L.(1881), E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 62
184.2/403 Legend of Love and Death, The; SEE; Explanation, The Love and Death once ceased their strife B.R.B.&O.V(1892), I.V.(1919),SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
371
1044 Legend of Mirth, The [With 'The Horse Marines'] The Four Archangels, so the legends tell I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
516
1/1020 Legend of the Cedar Swamp, The Darkness lay thick where e'er we trod RUTH (1986) 478
168 Legend of the F.O. , A; SEE ; Legend of the Foreign Office, A Rustum Beg of Kolazai - slightly backward Native State D.D.& O.V.(1886), E.V.(1900),,I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
8
168 Legend of the Foreign Office, A; OR; Legend of the F.O. , A Rustum Beg of Kolazai - slightly backward Native State D.D.& O.V.(1886), E.V.(1900),,I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
8
141 Legend of the Lilly, The; SEE; Mare's Nest, The Jane Austen Beecher Stowe de Rouse D.D.& O.V.(1886),I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
39
144 Legend of the Pill, The; OR; 'One final - Oh my Muse Mendacity!' One final! - Oh my Muse Mendacity! RUTH (1986) 283
1136 Legend of Truth, A [With 'A Friend of the Family'] Once on a time, the ancient legends tell I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
762
504 Legends of Evil, The (Parts I and II) This is the sorrowful story B.R.B.&O.V(1892), I.V.(1919),SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
354
504 Legends of Evil, The, Part II [Heading to 'Beast and Man in India', Chapter IV] Twas when the rain fell steady (O.R.G.)

527 L'Envoi to 'Barrack--Room Ballads'; SEE; When Earth's Last Picture is Painted When Earth's last picture is painted and the tubes are twisted and dried I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
226
229 L'Envoi to 'Departmental Ditties'; OR; To Whom It May Concern; OR; 'The Smoke Upon Your Altar Dies' The smoke upon your Altar dies D.D.& O.V.(1886), E.V.(1900),,I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
81
57 L'Envoi to Sundry Phansies Rhymes, or of grief or of sorrow RUTH (1986) 111
527 L'Envoi to 'The Seven Seas'; SEE; When Earth's Last Picture is Painted When Earth's last picture is painted and the tubes are twisted and dried I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
226
318 L'Envoi to The Story of the Gadsbys; SEE; Winners, The; OR; Moral, The What is the moral? Who rides may read S.B.(1912),I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41),D.V.(1940)
530
102 Les Amours de Voyage 1; SEE; Amour de Voyage And I was a man who could write you rhyme E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 173

Les Amours de Voyage 2; OR; 'When the decks were very silent' When the decks were very silent RUTH (1986) 174

Les Amours de Voyage 4; OR; 'For the devil that was in your heart' For the devil that was in your heart - called out to the devil in mine RUTH (1986) 175
58 Les Amours Faciles A woe that lasts for a little space RUTH (1986) 116
764 Lesson, The Let us admit it fairly, as a business people should F.N.(1903), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
299
23 Lesson, The (Title duplicated) We two learned the lesson together S.B.L.(1881), E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 55
312 Let the Ice Crash'; SEE; New Songs and Old (VI) Let the ice crash! Here's to each mash RUTH (1986) 403
314 Letter from Rudyard to Mrs. Hill Do you suppose this unfortunate (O.R.G.)


Letter of Halim the Potter to Yusuf His Father and Master Craftsman in the walled city of Lahore; written on the fifth day of the month of the Scales; SEE; Letter of Halim the Potter, The Halim the Potter from the rainy Hills RUTH (1986) 269

Letter of Halim the Potter, The; OR; Letter of Halim the Potter to Yusuf His Father and Master Craftsman in the walled city of Lahore; written on the fifth day of the month of the Scales Halim the Potter from the rainy Hills RUTH (1986) 269
429 Letter to a Noble Lady, A Your godson, my dear Lady Bridget (O.R.G.)


Letter Written up in the Attic, The I bear a mark from your hand my Love RUTH (1986) 135
184.1 Levée in the Plains, A; OR; Levéety in the Plains Come here, ye lasses av swate Parnassis! D.D.& O.V.(1886), E.V.(1900),,I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940) 322
184.1 Levéety in the Plains; SEE; Levée in the Plains, A Come here, ye lasses av swate Parnassis! D.D.& O.V.(1886), E.V.(1900),,I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940) 322
306 Liberavi Animam Meam'; OR; Tommy Dodd My name is Tommy Dodd RUTH (1986) 400
818 Lichtenberg; OR; New South Wales Contingent Smells are surer than sounds or sights I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
476
540 Lie, The; OR; Op.3; OR; Lyric of Lies [Heading to 'The Naulahka', Chapter VII] There is pleasure in the wet, wet clay S.B.(1912), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

445 Life of the Nilghai, The [Lines in 'The Light that Failed', Chapter VIII] The life of the Nilghai SUS/BUR(1938-41)

261 Life's Handicap: Stopped in the Straight [Heading to 'In the Pride of his Youth'] Stopped in the straight when the race was his own S.B.(1912),I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41),D.V.(1940)

1149 Light and Power; SEE; Song of the Dynamo How do I know what Order brings I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
810
726.1 Limerick, 'Cantab'; SEE; There Once Was a Writer Who Wrote There once was a writer who wrote (O.R.G.)

632.2 Limitations of Knowledge, The (Not Kipling) The secrets of the sea are his - The mysteries of Ind (O.R.G.)

639 Liner She's a Lady, The The Liner she's a lady, an' she never looks nor 'eeds- S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
158
866 Lines for a Sundial; OR; Lines to Time I have known Shadow (Also Time running into years) (O.R.G.)

1032 Lines for King's College Hospital Our children give themselves that we may live (O.R.G.)

591 Lines from Ave Imperatrix; SEE; One School of Many One school of many, made to make SUS/BUR(1938-41)

1231 Lines in 'A Displaie of New Heraldrie' By Sight and not by Sound (O.R.G.)

998 Lines in 'As Easy as A.B.C.' Once there was The People - Terror gave it birth (O.R.G.)

? Lines in 'Baa, Baa Black Sheep' And next came on the lovely Rose (O.R.G.)

???.2 Lines in 'Birthday Book' 21st November Verily there is no life (O.R.G.)

215 Lines in 'Christmas Joys' Let us honour, O my brothers (O.R.G.)

1190 Lines in 'Dayspring Mishandled' And if perchance thou fall into his honde I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1190 Lines in 'Dayspring Mishandled' For what his woman willeth to be don I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

262 Lines in 'In the Pride of his Youth' If a youth would be distinguished in his art, art, art (O.R.G.)

1168 Lines in 'Lady Who Recited Verse' Recitation resembles a breach (O.R.G.)

258 Lines in 'Life's Handicap': Ride With an Idle Whip… Ride with an idle whip S.B.(1912),I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41),D.V.(1940)

966 Lines in 'Marklake Witches' (Disputed} I have given my heart to a flower SUS/BUR(1938-41)

328.2 Lines in 'O Baal, Hear Us!' From the land where philosophers plenty be (O.R.G.)

1057 Lines in 'On the Gate' To Him Who bade the Heavens abide, yet cease not from their motion SUS/BUR(1938-41)
767
1233 Lines in 'Something of Myself' I hold it true (O.R.G.)

159.1 Lines in 'That Boy Again' Forth we go in the grass and heather (O.R.G.)

1193 Lines in 'The Church That Was at Antioch' From the Shark and the Sardine - the clean and the unclean SUS/BUR(1938-41)


Lines in 'The Church that was at Antioch' Enthroned above Caesar and Judge of the Earth (O.R.G.)


Lines in 'The Church that was at Antioch' Ha-ow - In the nets or on the line (O.R.G.)


Lines in 'The Incarnation of Krishna Mulvaney' Bang upon the big drum, bash upon the cymbals SUS/BUR(1938-41)

438.2 Lines in 'The Lamentable Comedy of Willow Wood' I am lost to faith, I am lost to hope (O.R.G.)

999 Lines in 'The Uses of Reading' Earth's grasp holdeth (O.R.G.)

1035 Lines in 'The Village that Voted the Earth was Flat' Hear the (ther) truth our tongues are telling SUS/BUR(1938-41)

119 Lines in 'The Woman in his Life' Oh! show me a liddle where to find a rose (O.R.G.)

527 Lines in 'What the People Said' And the ploughman settled the share (O.R.G.)

291 Lines on Buying a Railway Guide; SEE; To Persons About to Take Furlough The learning of Bradshaw is wide (O.R.G.)

737 Lines to Julia Marlowe; SEE; Neighbour Kipling When skies are grey instead of blue (O.R.G.)

866 Lines to Time; SEE; Lines for a Sundial I have known Shadow (Also Time running into years) (O.R.G.)

511 Listen in the North, My Boys [Lines in 'The Mutiny of the Mavericks'] Listen in the north, my boys, there's trouble on the wind (Hurrah! hurrah! it's north by west we go) SUS/BUR(1938-41)

633.2 Little Jack Horner [Lines in 'Wee Willie Winkie'] Chota Jack Horner (O.R.G.)

122 Little Joe Fayrer'; SEE; Anglo-Indian Rhymes: Uncollected Little Joe Fayrer sat with his bearer (O.R.G.)

663 Little Sermon, A; SEE; Hymn Before Action The earth is full of anger S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
325
676 Liverpool Packet, The; SEE; Dreadnought, The There is a crack packet - crack packet of fame SUS/BUR(1938-41)

24 Lo! As a Little Child [Prelude to Schoolboy Lyrics] Lo! as a little child S.B.L.(1881), E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 84

Lo! I am crowned' Lo! I am crowned RUTH (1986) 167
117 Locked Way, A; OR; After Long Years Open the Gate! E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 136
194 Logical Extension, A A horse? My charger's back is galled RUTH (1986) 331
1108 Lollius; OR; Why Gird at Lollius; OR; Horace, Book V Ode 13 Why gird at Lollius if he care SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
800
1119 London Stone; OR; London Town (Title duplicated) When you come to London Town I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
804
118 London Town There's no God in London E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 242
1119 London Town (Title duplicated); SEE; London Stone When you come to London Town I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
804
502 Long Trail, The There's a whisper down the field where the year has shot her yield B.R.B.&O.V(1892), I.V.(1919),SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
165
954 Looking-Glass, The (A); OR; Country Dance, A [With 'Gloriana'] Queen Bess was Harry's daughter. Stand forward partners all! S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
609
427 Loot If you've ever stole a pheasant-egg be'ind the keeper's back D.D. (1890),B.R.B.&O.V(1890), I.V.(1919),SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
410
131 Lord Dufferin's Clôture; SEE; L-d D-ff-r-n's Clôture Oh drop your notes' the Viceroy said RUTH (1986) 264
203 Lord Dufferin's Staff don't kiss'; SEE; Further Information And don't they really kiss you?' No! RUTH (1986) 334
101 Lord Ripon's "Goodnight" Adieu! the Land of Palms (O.R.G.)

95 Lord Ripon's Reverie I shall leave it in a little - leave it ere my term has run RUTH (1986) 255
72 Lord Ripon's Soliloquy (on His Little Bill) Drop it, or not drop it, that is the qusetion (O.R.G.)

1011 Lord Roberts; OR; When the Master Gunner Died He passed in the very battle-smoke Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
204
145 Lost Leader, A George Samuel, Marquis of Ripon, is sadly in need of a chit RUTH (1986) 278
563 Lost Legion, The There's a Legion that never was 'listed B.R.B.&O.V(1892), I.V.(1919),SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
195
267 Love Among the Ruins; SEE; Tale of Two Cities, A Where the sober-coloured cultivator smiles D.D.& O.V.(1886), E.V.(1900),,I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
76
371/738 Love and Let Love, and So Will I [Heading to 'From Sea to Sea', Chapter VIII] (Disputed) Love and let Love, and so will I (O.R.G.)

355 Love Song of Har Dyal, The; OR; Alone upon the Housetops Alone upon the housetops to the North S.B.(1912),I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
637

Love that Died, The Look! It was no fault of mine. Read a story plainly writ RUTH (1986) 367
224 Lover's Litany. The Eyes of grey - a sodden quay D.D.& O.V.(1886), E.V.(1900),,I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
30
1014 Lowestoft Boat, The; OR; 'In Lowestoft a Boat was Laid'; OR; East Coast Patrols of the War In Lowestoft a boat was laid I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
653
225 Lucifer Think not, O thou from College late deported D.D.&O.V(1886),E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 342
621 Lukannon'; OR; Song of the Seal-Rookeries, Aleutian Islands I met my mates in the morning (and oh, but I am old!) S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
589
540 Lyric of Lies; SEE; Lie, The There is pleasure in the wet, wet clay S.B.(1912), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

765 M.I.; OR; Mounted Infantry of the Line I wish my mother could see me now, with a fence post under my arm F.N.(1903), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
463
998 MacDonough's Song' [With 'As Easy as A.B.C.'] Whether the state can loose or bind I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
561
833 Made Yeomanry Towards End of Boer War; SEE; Two Kopjes Only two African kopjes I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
470
326 Madrigal Were I her glove (O.R.G.)

901.1 Magna Charta [Lines in 'The Treasure and the Law'] Magna Charta was signed by John S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

977 Magna Charta 15th June 1213; SEE; Reeds of Runnymede, The At Runnymede, at Runnymede H.E. (1911), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
715
119 Maid of the Meerschaum, The Nude nymph, when from Neuberg's I led her E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 244
975 Making of England, The; SEE; Anvil, The (Norman Conquest 1066) England's on the anvil - hear the hammers ring H.E. (1911), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
713
292 Man and the Shadow, The If it were mine to choose E.V. (1900),O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 390
1115 Man Dies Too Soon; SEE; Doctors Man dies too soon, beside his works half-planned SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
565
1030 Man Does Not Remain in the World [Lines in 'A Retired Gentleman'] Man does not remain in the world SUS/BUR(1938-41)

653 Man Goes to Man [Lines in 'The Spring Running'] Man goes to Man! Cry the challenge through the jungle! S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

173 Man Who Could Write, The Boanerges Blitzen, servant of the Queen D.D.& O.V.(1886), E.V.(1900),,I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
17
1209 Man who is Kindly of Heart to his Neighbour, The; SEE; Neighbours The man that is open of heart to his neighbour I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
784
464 Mandalay; OR; On the Road to Mandalay By the old Moulmein Pagoda, lookin' lazy at the sea B.R.B.&O.V(1892),E.V. (1900), I.V.(1919),SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
418
612 M'Andrew's Hymn; SEE; McAndrew's Hymn Lord, Thou hast made this world below the shadow of a dream S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
120
322 Manly Protest, A I am honly a waiter as waits on the Heighty (O.R.G.)

783.3 Marching Orders (Not Kipling) Ere's luck to the bloomin' reg'ment! (O.R.G.)

883 Marching Song of a Roman Legion of the Later Empire; SEE; 'Rimini' When I left Rome for Lalage's sake S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
550
141 Mare's Nest, The; OR; Legend of the Lilly, The Jane Austen Beecher Stowe de Rouse D.D.& O.V.(1886),I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
39
1111 Marines, The (Disputed) The day was far spent like our men (O.R.G.)

856.2 Married Drives of Windsor, The (Act III Scene 1); SEE; Muse Among the Motors, The: Marrèd Drives of Windsor, The. Act III When that I had and a little tinny car- BOMBAY EDITION (1914), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
691
856.1 Married Drives of Windsor, The, Act I; SEE; Muse Among the Motors, The: Marrèd Drives of Windsor, The, Act I Here's all at an end between us, or I'll never taste sack again BOMBAY EDITION (1914), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
691
819 Married Man, The The bachelor 'e fights for one I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
474
687 Mary Gloster, The' I've paid for your sickest fancies; I've humoured your crackedest whim S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
129
688 Mary, Pity Women!' You call yourself a man S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
455
1009 Mary's Son; OR; Advice to a New Workman; OR; Don't Stop [Heading to 'Egypt of the Magicians, Article VII] If you stop to find out what your wages will be Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
373
338 Masque of Plenty, The How sweet is the shepherd's sweet life! D.D.& O.V.(1886), E.V.(1900),,I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
35
1122 Master-Cook, The; SEE; Prologue; to the Master Cook's Tale With us there rade a Maister-Cook that came I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
739
548 Maternity Hospital; SEE; Nursing Sister, The Our sister sayeth such and such S.B.(1912), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
636
420 Matter of Habit, A If you sit at home reading the Queen (O.R.G.)

78 Max Desmarets his Valentine How shall a ghost from the Père-la-Chaise RUTH (1986) 213
923 Maxim, A My son, when at even thou feedest (O.R.G.)

616 Maxims of Baloo [Heading to 'Kaa's Hunting'] His spots are the joy of the Leopard, his horns are the Buffalo's pride S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1058 Maxims of the Market Place; SEE; Gods of the Copybook Headings (Margins), The As I pass through my incarnations in every age and race I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
793
80 May Voyage, The Mariners we RUTH (1986) 217
612 McAndrew's Hymn; OR; M'Andrew's Hymn Lord, Thou hast made this world below the shadow of a dream S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
120
339.2 Meditation of William Kirkland, The; SEE; Betrothed, The Open the old cigar-box, get me a Cuba stout D.D.& O.V.(1886), E.V.(1900),,I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
47
668 Memorabilia Yalencia; SEE; Mulvaney Regrets Attind ye lasses av Swate Parnasses (O.R.G.)

1167 Memories; OR; Day of the Dead, The Though all the Dead were all forgot I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
821
1000 Men Are Not Moved to Higher Things [Heading to 'The Benefactors'] Men are not moved to higher things SUS/BUR(1938-41)

446 Men of the Sea, The (I) [Lines in 'Mother O' Mine'] Ye that bore us SUS/BUR(1938-41)

447 Men of the Sea, The (II) [Lines in 'Mother O' Mine'] Ye that love us SUS/BUR(1938-41)

635 Men that Fought at Minden, The' The men that fought at Minden, they was rookies in their time S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
438
586 Merchantmen, The King Solomon drew merchantmen S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
151
1031 Mesopotamia They shall not return to us, the resolute, the young Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
300
59 Message, The; SEE; Page's Message, The Spare neither lie, nor deed, nor gold RUTH (1986) 80
253 Mess-Room, The He drank strong waters and his speech was coarse S.B.(1912),I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41),D.V.(1940)

368 Michigan Twins, The; OR; Rudyard Kipling; OR; My Sons in Michigan Wise is the child who knows his sire' (O.R.G.)

1015 Mine Sweepers; OR; Dawn off the Foreland; OR; Sweepers; OR; Trawlers [With 'The Auxiliaries II'] Dawn off the Foreland - the young flood making I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
631
636 Miracles, The I sent a message to my dear S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
88
595 Miriam Cohen; SEE; Prayer of Miriam Cohen, The From the wheel and the drift of Things S.B.(1912), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
614
1195.3 Misery Me! Lackaday-Dee! [Lines in 'Uncovenanted Mercies'] Misery me! Lackaday-dee! SUS/BUR(1938-41)

25 Missed There is one moment when the gods are kind S.B.L.(1881), E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 97
162 Missing Letters (I): From (Name Illegible) to Lall Molum Chose in London Text not available (O.R.G.)

163 Missing Letters (II): From Lall Molum Ghose in London Text not available (O.R.G.)

164 Missing Letters (III): From (Name Illegible) to Lall Mohum Ghose in London Text not available (O.R.G.)


Missing Word, A The bold buccaneer, who had scuttled too soon RUTH (1986) 310
11 Mistake, A Of the two hundred fellows at School RUTH (1986) 77
275 Misunderstood; SEE; Blue Roses Roses red and roses white S.B.(1912),I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41),D.V.(1940)
633
991 Modern Machinery; SEE; Secret of the Machines, The We were taken from the ore-bed and the mine H.E. (1911), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
729
990 Modern War; SEE; Big Steamers Oh, where are you going to, all you Big Steamers H.E. (1911), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
728
71 Modus Vivendi, The A happy life's the aim of every man (O.R.G.)


Mon Accident! Child of sin, and a broken vow RUTH (1986) 144
100 Moon of Other Days, The Beneath the deep verandah's shade D.D.& O.V.(1886),I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
63
318 Moral, The; SEE; Winners, The What is the moral? Who rides may read S.B.(1912),I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41),D.V.(1940)
530

Morning Ride, A In the hush of the cool, dim dawn when the shades begin to retreat RUTH (1986) 175
611 Morning Song in the Jungle One moment past our bodies cast S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
632
439 Mother o' Mine [Dedication to 'Mother O' Mine'] If I were hanged on the highest hill S.B.(1912),I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

634 Mother-Lodge, The There was Rundle, Station Master S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
444
1207 Mother's Son, The; OR; His Mother's Son [With 'Fairy Kist'] I have a dream - a dreadful dream- I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
777

Mountain Morality, A; SEE; Over the Khud That's where he fell RUTH (1986) 305
765 Mounted Infantry of the Line; SEE; M.I. I wish my mother could see me now, with a fence post under my arm F.N.(1903), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
463
648 Mowgli's Song Against People [Lines in 'Letting in the Jungle'] I will let loose against you the fleet-footed vines S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
640
619 Mowgli's Song at the Council Rock [Lines in 'Tiger! Tiger!'] The song of Mowgli - I, Mowgli, am singing. Let the Jungle listen to the things I have done S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

381.1 Mr. Haggard and Mr. Lang; SEE; Verses from a Letter to Andrew Lang I reside at Table Mountain and my name is Truthful James RUTH (1986) 467
638 Mulholland's Contract The fear was on the cattle, for the gale was on the sea S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
127
760.2 Mulligan Guards, The [Lines in 'Kim'] (Not Kipling) We crave your condescension (O.R.G.)

668 Mulvaney Regrets; OR; Memorabilia Yalencia Attind ye lasses av Swate Parnasses (O.R.G.)

263 Municipal; OR; D.C.'s Story, The It was an August evening and , in snowy garments clad D.D.& O.V.(1886), E.V.(1900),,I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
20
120 Murder in the Compound, A At the wall's foot a smear of fly-flecked red E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 187
837 Muse Among the Motors, The: The Advertisement; OR; In the Manner of the Earlier English Whether to wend through straight streets strictly BOMBAY EDITION (1914), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
678
837 Advertisement, The; SEE; Muse Among the Motors, The: The Advertisement Whether to wend through straight streets strictly BOMBAY EDITION (1914), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
678
856.2 Muse Among the Motors, The: An Unrecorded Trial Where's our red rear-lamp? Where's Bardolph? BOMBAY EDITION (1914), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

856.2 An Unrecorded Trial; SEE; Muse Among the Motors, The: An Unrecorded Trial Where's our red rear-lamp? Where's Bardolph? BOMBAY EDITION (1914), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

858 Muse Among the Motors, The: Arterial In youth by hazard I killed an old man POEMS (1929), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

858 Arterial; SEE; Muse Among the Motors, The: Arterial In youth by hazard I killed an old man POEMS (1929), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

858 Muse Among the Motors, The: Arterial; OR; Early Chinese Frost upon small rain - the ebony-lacquered avenue POEMS (1929), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
677
858 Arterial; SEE; Muse Among the Motors, The: Arterial Frost upon small rain - the ebony-lacquered avenue POEMS (1929), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
677
862 Muse Among the Motors, The: The Ballad of the Cars Now this is the price of a stirrup-cup' POEMS (1929), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
687
862 Ballad of the Cars, The; SEE; Muse Among the Motors, The: The Ballad of the Cars Now this is the price of a stirrup-cup' POEMS (1929), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
687
850 Muse Among the Motors, The: The Beginner, The (Title duplicated) Lo! What is this that I make - sudden, supreme, unrehearsed- BOMBAY EDITION (1914), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

850 Beginner, The (Title duplicated); SEE; Muse Among the Motors, The: The Beginner Lo! What is this that I make - sudden, supreme, unrehearsed- BOMBAY EDITION (1914), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

854 Muse Among the Motors, The: The Bother Hastily Adam our driver swallowed a curse in the darkness BOMBAY EDITION (1914), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
685
854 Bother, The; SEE; Muse Among the Motors, The: The Bother Hastily Adam our driver swallowed a curse in the darkness BOMBAY EDITION (1914), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
685
841 Muse Among the Motors, The: The Braggart Petrolio, vaunting his Mercedes' power BOMBAY EDITION (1914), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
680
841 Braggart, The; SEE; Muse Among the Motors, The: The Braggart Petrolio, vaunting his Mercedes' power BOMBAY EDITION (1914), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
680
851 Muse Among the Motors, The: Carmen Circulare (After Q.H. Flaccus) Dellius, that car which, night and day BOMBAY EDITION (1914), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
677
851 Carmen Circulare; SEE; Muse Among the Motors, The: Carmen Circulare Dellius, that car which, night and day BOMBAY EDITION (1914), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
677
862 Muse Among the Motors, The: A Child's Garden Now there is nothing wrong with me POEMS (1929), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
689
862 Child's Garden, A; SEE; Muse Among the Motors, The: A Child's Garden Now there is nothing wrong with me POEMS (1929), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
689
859 Muse Among the Motors, The: The Consolations of Memory Blessed was our first age and morning-time POEMS (1929), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
679
859 Consolations of Memory, The; SEE; Muse Among the Motors, The: The Consolations of Memory Blessed was our first age and morning-time POEMS (1929), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
679
848 Muse Among the Motors, The: Contradictions The drowsy carrier sways BOMBAY EDITION (1914), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
683
848 Contradictions; SEE; Muse Among the Motors, The: Contradictions The drowsy carrier sways BOMBAY EDITION (1914), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
683
846 Muse Among the Motors, The: The Dying Chauffeur Wheel me gently to the garage, since my car and I must part BOMBAY EDITION (1914), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
686
846 Dying Chauffeur, The; SEE; Muse Among the Motors, The: The Dying Chauffeur Wheel me gently to the garage, since my car and I must part BOMBAY EDITION (1914), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
686
849 Muse Among the Motors, The: Fastness This is the end whereto men toiled BOMBAY EDITION (1914), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
683
849 Fastness; SEE; Muse Among the Motors, The: Fastness This is the end whereto men toiled BOMBAY EDITION (1914), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
683
860 Muse Among the Motors, The: The Four Points Eer stopping or turning, to put foorth a hande POEMS (1929), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
679
860 Four Points, The; SEE; Muse Among the Motors, The: The Four Points Eer stopping or turning, to put foorth a hande POEMS (1929), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
679
844 Muse Among the Motors, The: The Idiot Boy He wandered down the mountain grade BOMBAY EDITION (1914), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
682
844 Idiot Boy, The; SEE; Muse Among the Motors, The: The Idiot Boy He wandered down the mountain grade BOMBAY EDITION (1914), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
682
847 Muse Among the Motors, The: The Inventor Time and Space decreed his lot BOMBAY EDITION (1914), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
686
847 Inventor, The; SEE; Muse Among the Motors, The: The Inventor Time and Space decreed his lot BOMBAY EDITION (1914), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
686
838 Muse Among the Motors, The: The Justice's Tale; OR; Engineer, The With them there rode a lustie Engineere BOMBAY EDITION (1914), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
678
838 Justice's Tale, The; SEE; Muse Among the Motors, The: The Justice's Tale With them there rode a lustie Engineere BOMBAY EDITION (1914), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
678
853 Muse Among the Motors, The: Lady Geraldine's Hardship I turned - Heaven knows we women turn too much BOMBAY EDITION (1914), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
684
853 Lady Geraldine's Hardship; SEE; Muse Among the Motors, The: Lady Geraldine's Hardship I turned - Heaven knows we women turn too much BOMBAY EDITION (1914), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
684
845 Muse Among the Motors, The: The Landau There was a landau deep and wide BOMBAY EDITION (1914), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
682
845 Landau, The; SEE; Muse Among the Motors, The: The Landau There was a landau deep and wide BOMBAY EDITION (1914), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
682
856.1 Muse Among the Motors, The: The Marrèd Drives of Windsor, Act I; OR; Married Drives of Windsor, The, Act I Here's all at an end between us, or I'll never taste sack again BOMBAY EDITION (1914), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
691
856.1 Muse Among the Motors, The: Marrèd Drives of Windsor, The, Act I; SEE; Muse Among the Motors, The: The Marrèd Drives of Windsor, Act I Here's all at an end between us, or I'll never taste sack again BOMBAY EDITION (1914), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
691
856.2 Muse Among the Motors, The: The Marrèd Drives of Windsor, Act III; OR; Married Drives of Windsor, The (Act III Scene 1) When that I had and a little tinny car- BOMBAY EDITION (1914), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
691
856.2 Marrèd Drives of Windsor, The. Act III; SEE; Muse Among the Motors, The: The Marrèd Drives of Windsor, Act III When that I had and a little tinny car- BOMBAY EDITION (1914), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
691
855 Muse Among the Motors, The: The Moral; OR; Song of the Motor, The You mustn't groom an Arab with a file BOMBAY EDITION (1914), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
690
855 Moral, The; SEE; Muse Among the Motors, The: The Moral You mustn't groom an Arab with a file BOMBAY EDITION (1914), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
690
840 Muse Among the Motors, The: The Progress of the Spark; OR; XVIth Circuit This spark now set, retarded, yet forbears BOMBAY EDITION (1914), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
680
840 Progress of the Spark, The; SEE; Muse Among the Motors, The: The Progress of the Spark This spark now set, retarded, yet forbears BOMBAY EDITION (1914), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
680
857 Muse Among the Motors, The: Sepulchral; OR; From the Greek Anthologies Swifter than aught 'neath the sun the car of Simonides moved him POEMS (1929), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
677
857 Sepulchral; SEE; Muse Among the Motors, The: Sepulchral Swifter than aught 'neath the sun the car of Simonides moved him POEMS (1929), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
677
839 Muse Among the Motors, The: To a Lady, Persuading Her to a Car Love's fiery chariot, Delia, take BOMBAY EDITION (1914), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
679
839 To a Lady, Persuading Her to a Car; SEE; Muse Among the Motors, The: To a Lady, Persuading Her to a Car Love's fiery chariot, Delia, take BOMBAY EDITION (1914), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
679
842 Muse Among the Motors, The: To Motorists Since ye distemper and defile BOMBAY EDITION (1914), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
681
842 To Motorists; SEE; Muse Among the Motors, The: To Motorists Since ye distemper and defile BOMBAY EDITION (1914), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
681
843 Muse Among the Motors, The: The Tour; OR; Tour (Juan Before J.P.'s), The Thirteen as twelve my Murray always took BOMBAY EDITION (1914), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
681
843 Tour, The; SEE; Muse Among the Motors, The: The Tour Thirteen as twelve my Murray always took BOMBAY EDITION (1914), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
681
852 Muse Among the Motors, The: 'When the Journey was intended to the City' When that with meat and drink they had fulfilled BOMBAY EDITION (1914), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
681
852 When the Journey was intended to the City'; SEE; Muse Among the Motors, The: 'When the Journey was intended to the City' When that with meat and drink they had fulfilled BOMBAY EDITION (1914), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
681

Music for the Middle-Aged (extract) (I); OR; 'Come under the Punkah, Maud' Come under the Punkah, Maud RUTH (1986) 220

Music for the Middle-Aged (extract) (II); OR; 'Juldee Ao! Juldee Ao! To the Simla dâk gharri' Juldee Ao! Juldee Ao! To the Simla dâk gharri RUTH (1986) 221

Music for the Middle-Aged (extract) (III); OR; 'In the spring time, Oh my husband' In the springtime, Oh my husband RUTH (1986) 221
1022 My Boy Jack' Have you news of my boy Jack?' Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
216
978 My Father's Chair; OR; Parliaments of Henry III, 1265 There are four good legs to my Father's Chair H.E. (1911), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
716
414 My Girl She Gave Me the Go On(e)st'; SEE; Private Ortheris's Song My girl she give me the go onest SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
427

My Hat A youth but late returned from School RUTH (1986) 51
549.1 My Lady's Law; OR; Law and the Lady, The [Heading to 'The Naulahka', Chapter XXI] The Law whereby my lady moves S.B.(1912), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
635
1192.2 My Love She Gave Me a Kiss on de Mouf My love she gave me a kiss on de mouf SUS/BUR(1938-41)

478 My New-Cut Ashlar' My new-cut ashlar takes the light S.B.(1912),I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
511
137 My Rival I go to concert, party, ball D.D.& O.V.(1886),I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
22
935 My Son Text not available (O.R.G.)

368 My Sons in Michigan; SEE; Michigan Twins, The Wise is the child who knows his sire' (O.R.G.)

83.2 My Very Noble and Approved Good Masters [Heading to 'Placetne Domini'; OR; Dedication in 'Echoes'] My very noble and approved good masters E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986)

670 Mystery Poem, A; OR; S-S. Lahn; OR; B. E. L. There were five liars bold (O.R.G.)

1208 Naaman's Song [With 'Aunt Ellen'] Go, wash thyself in Jordan - go wash thee and be clean!' I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
776
73 Native Hue of Resolution, The Hamlet, thou shouldst be living at this hour (O.R.G.)

642 Native-Born, The We've drunk to the Queen - God bless her! S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
192
1026 Nativity, A The Babe was laid in the Manger Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
217
269 Natural Phenomena; SEE; La Nuit Blanche I had seen, as dawn was breaking D.D.& O.V.(1886), E.V.(1900),,I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
28
1102 Natural Theology I ate my fill of a whale that died Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
343
135 Natural Theology in a Doolie; SEE; After the Fever (Title duplicated) Let us begin, and carry up this corpse RUTH (1986) 266
1192 Natural Theology: Chorus We had a kettle; we let it leak SUS/BUR(1938-41)

119 Natural Theology: Conclusion This was none of the good Lord's pleasure (O.R.G.)

1102 Natural Theology: Material I run eight hundred hens to the acre Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1102 Natural Theology: Mediaeval My privy and well drain into each other Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1102 Natural Theology: Pagan How can the skin of a rat or a mouse hold Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1102 Natural Theology: Progressive Money spent on the Army or Fleet Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

345 Navarino; SEE; Battle of Navarino, The Our vanship was the Asia SUS/BUR (1938-41)

870 Necessitarian, The [With 'Steam Tactics'] I know not in Whose hands are laid S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
582
737 Neighbour Kipling; OR; Lines to Julia Marlowe When skies are grey instead of blue (O.R.G.)

1209 Neighbours; OR; Man who is Kindly of Heart to his Neighbour, The [With 'Beauty Spots'] The man that is open of heart to his neighbour I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
784
959 Neolithic; SEE; Song of the Men's Side Once we feared The Beast - when he followed us we ran S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
668
1025 Neutral, The; OR; Question, The Brethren, how shall it fare with me Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
327
750 New 'Auld Lang Syne', A Be welcome to our hearts to-night, Oh Kinsmen from afar SUS/BUR(1938-41)


New Departure, A He had said, in a Viceregal homily RUTH (1986) 184
930 New Knighthood, The [With 'A Deal in Cotton'] Who gives him the Bath? S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
524
360 New Lamps for Old When the flush of the new-born sun fell first on Eden's green and gold D.D.& O.V.(1886), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 445
483 New Learning, The On psychical phenomena she spoke out with decision (O.R.G.)

310 New Songs and Old (IV); OR; 'An I Had Been at Simla a Week' An' I had been at Simla a week an' something more RUTH (1986) 402
310 An I Had Been at Simla a Week'; SEE; New Songs and Old (IV) An' I had been at Simla a week an' something more RUTH (1986) 402
311 New Songs and Old (V); OR; 'Je suis pandu et sans' Je suis pandu et sans (Je suis pauvre et sans resource) (O.R.G.)

307 New Songs and Old (I); OR; 'Was gay - night and day' Was gay - night and day (O.R.G.)

308 New Songs and Old (II); OR; 'The cus-cus tattie's soothin'' The cu-cus tattie's soothin' RUTH (1986) 403
309 New Songs and Old (III); OR; 'By the swirling Sutlej Water' By the swirling Sutlej water RUTH (1986) 403
312 New Songs and Old (VI); OR; 'Let the Ice Crash' Let the ice crash! Here's to each mash RUTH (1986) 403
313 New Songs and Old (VII); OR; 'Should mere acquaintance be forgot' Should mere acquaintance be forgot (O.R.G.)

818 New South Wales Contingent; SEE; Lichtenberg Smells are surer than sounds or sights I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
476
238 New Year Resolutions I am resolved - throughout the year RUTH (1986) 357
5 Night Before, The; OR; Thoughts of a Felon Awaiting Execution I sneered when I heard the old priest complain S.B.L. (1881), RUTH (1986) 47

Night of Power, The In the beginning when the earth was new RUTH (1986) 388
614 Night Song in the Jungle [Heading to 'Mowgli's Brothers'] Now Rann (Chil), the Kite, brings home the night S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

655 Night We Felt the Earth Would Move, The; SEE; Dirge of the Langurs The night we felt the earth would move S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

213 Nightmare of Names, A It was a wearied journalist who sought his little bed RUTH (1986) 347
879 No 5 Grahamstown Memorial to the Fallen They came of that same stubborn stock that stood (O.R.G.)

1010 No Easy Hope; SEE; 'For All We Have and Are' For all we have and are Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
329
283 Noel! Noel! Noel! [Lines in 'A Merry Christmas'] Noel! Noel! Noel!' (O.R.G.)

1221 Non Nobis Domine!' Non nobis Domine! SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
512
817 Non-commissioned Officer of the Line; SEE; Instructor, The At times when under cover I 'ave said I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
472
976 Norman and Saxon (A.D.1100); OR; Norman and Saxon; OR; Norman Baron, The My son,' said the Norman Baron, 'I am dying, and you will be heir H.E. (1911), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
714
976 Norman and Saxon; SEE; Norman and Saxon (A.D.1100) My son,' said the Norman Baron, 'I am dying, and you will be heir H.E. (1911), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
714
976 Norman Baron, The; SEE; Norman and Saxon (A.D.1100) My son,' said the Norman Baron, 'I am dying, and you will be heir H.E. (1911), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
714
1019 North Sea Patrol, The; OR; Where the East Wind is Brewed Fresh [Lines in 'Sea Warfare'] Where the East wind is brewed fresh and fresh every morning I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
665
423 Northern India Transport Train; SEE; Oonts Wot makes the soldier's 'eart to penk, wot makes 'im to perspire? B.R.B.&O.V(1892), I.V.(1919),SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
408
677 Now Aprile is Over and Melted the Snow [Lines in 'Captains Courageous'] Now Aprile is over an' melted the snow SUS/BUR(1938-41)

121 Nursery Idyls (I): 'A little sigh, a little shiver' A little sigh, a little shiver E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 238
121 Nursery Idyls (II): 'Daffodils in English fields' Daffodils in English fields E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 238
121 Nursery Idyls (III): 'In England elm-leaves fall' In England elm-leaves fall E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 238
121 Nursery Idyls (IV) ['Here's a mongoose'] Here's a mongoose E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 239
121 Nursery Idyls (V); OR; 'Tara Chand is the gardener's mate' Tara Chand is the gardener's mate E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 239
300 Nursery Rhyme [Heading to 'The Education of Yotis Yeere', Part II] Dribble-dribble - trickle-trickle (O.R.G.)

122 Nursery Rhymes for Little Anglo-Indians (I); OR; Anglo-Indian Rhymes: 'Ba-Ba-Babu, have you got your will?' Ba-Ba-Babu, have you got your will?' RUTH (1986)

122 Anglo-Indian Rhymes: 'Ba-Ba-Babu, have you got your will?'; SEE; Nursery Rhymes for Little Anglo-Indians (I) Ba-Ba-Babu, have you got your will?' RUTH (1986)

122 Nursery Rhymes for Little Anglo-Indians (II); OR; Anglo-Indian Rhymes: 'Ellis and Glynn! Ellis and Glynn!' Ellis and Glynn! Ellis and Glynn! (O.R.G.)

122 Anglo-Indian Rhymes: 'Ellis and Glynn! Ellis and Glynn!'; SEE; Nursery Rhymes for Little Anglo-Indians (II) Ellis and Glynn! Ellis and Glynn! (O.R.G.)

122 Nursery Rhymes for Little Anglo-Indians (IV); OR; Anglo-Indian Rhymes: 'Hush-a-by, Baby' Hush-a-by, Baby E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 230
122 Anglo-Indian Rhymes: 'Hush-a-by, Baby'; SEE; Nursery Rhymes for Little Anglo-Indians (IV) Hush-a-by, Baby E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 230
122 Nursery Rhymes for Little Anglo-Indians (VI); OR; Anglo-Indian Rhymes: 'Jack's own Jill goes up the Hill Jack's own Jill goes up the Hill E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 232
122 Nursery Rhymes for Little Anglo-Indians (XIV); OR; Anglo-Indian Rhymes: 'With a lady flirt a little' With a lady flirt a little E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 230
122 Nursery Rhymes for Little Anglo-Indians, (V); OR; Anglo-Indian Rhymes: 'I had a little husband' I had a little husband E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 230
122 Nursery Rhymes for Little Anglo-Indians, (VIII); OR; Anglo-Indian Rhymes: 'Mary, Mary, quite contrary' Mary, Mary, quite contrary E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 232
122 Nursery Rhymes for Little Anglo-Indians, (X); OR; Anglo-Indian Rhymes: 'See-saw, Justice and Law' See-saw, Justice and Law E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 231
122 Nursery Rhymes for Little Anglo-Indians, (XI); OR; Anglo-Indian Rhymes: 'Sing a Song of Sixpence' Sing a Song of Sixpence E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 231
122 Nursery Rhymes for Little Anglo-Indians: (IX); OR; Anglo-Indian Rhymes: 'Sammy, Browney Bunting' Sammy Browney Bunting (O.R.G.)

122 Anglo-Indian Rhymes: 'Sammy, Browney Bunting'; SEE; Nursery Rhymes for Little Anglo-Indians: (IX) Sammy Browney Bunting (O.R.G.)

122 Nursery Rhymes for Little Anglo-Indians: (XII); OR; Anglo-Indian Rhymes: 'Ta, Ta, Big Prince' Ta, Ta, Big Prince (O.R.G.)

122 Nursery Rhymes for Little Anglo-Indians: Uncollected; OR; Anglo-Indian Rhymes; Uncollected Twinkle, twinkle, little star (O.R.G.)

1120 Nurses, The [With 'The Bold 'Prentice'] When, with a pain he desires to explain to the multitude (his servitors), Baby howls I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
743
548 Nursing Sister, The; OR; Maternity Hospital [Heading to 'The Naulahka', Chapter XX] Our sister sayeth such and such S.B.(1912), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
636
328.2 O Baal, Hear Us! [Heading to 'The Naulahka', Chapter XIX] Moralists we D.D.&O.V(1886),E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 408
489 O.R.G. Number unused O.R.G. Number unused O.R.G. Number unused

556 O.R.G. Number unused O.R.G. Number unused O.R.G. Number unused

758 O.R.G. Number unused O.R.G. Number unused O.R.G. Number unused

759 O.R.G. Number unused O.R.G. Number unused O.R.G. Number unused

787 O.R.G. Number unused O.R.G. Number unused O.R.G. Number unused

788 O.R.G. Number unused O.R.G. Number unused O.R.G. Number unused

903 O.R.G. Number unused O.R.G. Number unused O.R.G. Number unused

1162 O.R.G. Number unused O.R.G. Number unused O.R.G. Number unused

1189 O.R.G. Number unused O.R.G. Number unused O.R.G. Number unused

79 O.U.S.C. Singeth Sorrowfully, An; SEE; On Fort Duty There's tumult in the Khyber E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 215
250 Oatta's Story [Heading to 'His Chance in Life'] Then a pile of heads he laid SUS/BUR (1938-41),D.V.(1940)

471 O'Brien the Benefactor Oh, wanst I was a tinant, an' I wisht I was one still (O.R.G.)

1222 Ode - Melbourne Shrine of Remembrance; OR; Australian Armistice Day Ode; OR; Ode - Victoria; OR; Victoria Centenary Celebration So long as memory, valour, and faith endure SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
189
1222 Ode - Victoria; SEE; Ode - Melbourne Shrine of Remembrance So long as memory, valour, and faith endure SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
189
1048 Ode I; SEE; Translation, A There are whose study is of smells I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
588
1048 Ode III; SEE; Translation, A There are whose study is of smells I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
588
878 Ode VI; SEE; Pro-Consuls, The The overfaithful sword returns the user Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
107
290 Odium- cum-Dignitate' Awake, fellow citizens awake! (O.R.G.)

797 Of All the Tribe of Tegumai; SEE; Just So Verses: Merrow Down , (II) Of all the Tribe of Tegumai S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
597
510 Of Animal Calls; OR; Beasts are Very Wise, The [Heading to 'Beast and Man in India', Chapter XIII] The beasts are very wise S.B.(1912),I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)


Of Birthdays For us Life's wheel runs backward. Other nests RUTH (1986) 326
744.2 Of Swine; OR; How Many Hams Have Twenty Pigs? All things were made in seven days (O.R.G.)

397 Oh Do Not Despise the Advice of the Wise; SEE; At the Back o' the Knightsbridge Barracks At the back of the Knightsbridge Barracks SUS/BUR(1938-41)

315.2 Oh my love she wears a white ca-mil-er' [Lines in 'The Story of the Gadsby's'] Oh! my love she wearsa white ca-mil-er (O.R.G.)

680 Oh! Double Thatcher [Lines in 'Captains Courageous'] Oh, Double Thatcher, how are you SUS/BUR(1938-41)

303.2 Oh! What Will Your Majesty Please to Wear; SEE; Bombaystes Furioso Oh! What will Your Majesty please to wear RUTH (1986) 399
356 Oh! Where Would I Be When My Froat Was Dry (Barrack-room Ballad) [Heading to 'The Madness of Private Ortheris'] Oh! Where would I be when my froat was dry SUS/BUR (1938-41)

463 Oh, Crow; OR; Are Koko [Lines in 'Without Benefit of Clergy'] Oh crow! Go crow! Baby's sleeping sound SUS/BUR(1938-41)

731 Oh, Prout he is a Noble Man; OR;Our Heffey is a Noble Man [Lines in 'The Impressionists'] Oh, Prout he is a nobleman, a nobleman, a nobleman (Our Heffy is a nobleman) SUS/BUR(1938-41)

1192.1 Oh, Show Me a Liddle where to Find a Rose [Lines in 'The Woman in His Life'] Oh, show a liddle where to find a rose SUS/BUR(1938-41)

1193.1 Oie-Eaah! From the Shark and the Sardine [Lines in 'The Church that was at Antioch'] Oie-eaah! From the Shark and SUS/BUR(1938-41)

496 Old Ballad [Heading to 'The Last Relief'] He rode to death across the moor SUS/BUR(1938-41)

206 Old Ballad [Heading to 'The Other Man'] When the Earth was sick and the Skies were grey S.B.(1912) 8 LINES,I.V(1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41),D.V.(1940)

68 Old Ballad; SEE; Ballad of the King's Daughter, The If my Love come to me over the water E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 68
264 Old Ballad; SEE; Old Barrack-Room Ballad Jain 'Arding was a sergeant's wife SUS/BUR (1938-41)

264 Old Barrack-Room Ballad; OR; Ballad; OR; Old Ballad Jain 'Arding was a sergeant's wife SUS/BUR (1938-41)

436.1 Old English Army in the East; SEE; Troopin' Troopin', troopin', troopin' to the sea D.D. (1890),B.R.B.&O.V(1890), I.V.(1919),SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
420
926.1 Old English Song; OR; With Mirth Thou Pretty Bird [Lines in 'The House Surgeon'] With mirth, thou pretty bird, rejoice SUS/BUR(1938-41)

733 Old Issue, The; OR; King, The 'Here is nothing new nor aught unproven,', say the Trumpets F.N.(1903), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
296
551 Old Johnny Grundy (Disputed) Old Johnny Grundy had a grey mare (O.R.G.)

756 Old Lincolnshire Carol; SEE; Carol, A Our (The) Lord Who (that) did (gave) the Ox command S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
510
820 Old Men, The This is our lot if we live so long and labour unto the end I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
321
886 Old Mother Laidinwool [Lines in 'Dymchurch Flit'] Old Mother Laidinwool had nigh twelve months been dead S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
599
83.1/744.1 Old Play; SEE; Epigraph to 'Echoes' A new song, sirrah? E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 223
268 Old Shikarri, The Go, stalk the red deer o'er the heather S.B.(1912),I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41),D.V.(1940)

438 Old Song [Heading to 'The Light That Failed', Chapter XIII; OR; Lines in 'The Lamentable Comedy of Willow Wood'] The sun went down an hour ago (O.R.G.)

276 Old Song, An; OR; Frame and the Picture, The So long as 'neath the Kalka hills D.D.& O.V.(1886), E.V.(1900),,I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
58
83.1/744.1 Old Song; SEE; Epigraph to 'Echoes' A new song, sirrah? E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 223
1036.1 Old Volunteer, The (Not Kipling) I can hear the bugle calling and it don't want me (O.R.G.)

881 Oldest of our Chanteys, The ; SEE; Elsinore Mother Rugen's tea-house on the Baltic SUS/BUR(1938-41)

1006 Oldest Song, The These were never your true love's eyes I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
158
802 Oldham There was a young person of Oldham (O.R.G.)

231 On a Game of Euchre; SEE; 'There once were four people at Euchre' There once were four people at Euchre RUTH (1986) 467
199 On a Recent Appointment Oh! know ye not the rocket's flight RUTH (1986) 336

On a Recent Memorial Verbum sap. - Oh, wise Bengalis, it is very sad to find RUTH (1986) 263
79 On Fort Duty; OR; O.U.S.C. Singeth Sorrowfully, An There's tumult in the Khyber E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 215
755.2 On the Road to Bloemfontain [Lines in 'The Outsider'] Is on the road to Bloemfontein SUS/BUR(1938-41)

464 On the Road to Mandalay; SEE; Mandalay By the old Moulmein Pagoda, lookin' lazy at the sea B.R.B.&O.V(1892),E.V. (1900), I.V.(1919),SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
418
144 One final - Oh my Muse Mendacity!'; SEE; Legend of the Pill, The One final! - Oh my Muse Mendacity! RUTH (1986) 283
591 One School of Many; OR; Lines from Ave Imperatrix [Lines in 'An English School'] One school of many, made to make SUS/BUR(1938-41)

343 One Viceroy Resigns; OR; One Word More So here's your Empire. No more wine, then? Good D.D.& O.V.(1886), E.V.(1900),,I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
69
343 One Word More; SEE; One Viceroy Resigns So here's your Empire. No more wine, then? Good D.D.& O.V.(1886), E.V.(1900),,I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
69
598 Only Son, The She dropped the bar, she shot the bolt, she fed the fire anew S.B.(1912), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
639
453 Only Son, The [Heading to 'The Light That Failed', Chapter XI] The lark will make her hymn to God S.B.(1912),I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
541
598 Only Son, The [Lines in 'In the Rukh'] The Only Son lay down again and dreamed that he dreamed a dream SUS/BUR(1938-41)

423 Oonts; OR; Northern India Transport Train Wot makes the soldier's 'eart to penk, wot makes 'im to perspire? B.R.B.&O.V(1892), I.V.(1919),SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
408
540 Op.3; SEE; Lie, The There is pleasure in the wet, wet clay S.B.(1912), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1151 Open Door, The; OR; City and a Silence, A England is a cosy little country I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
811
409 Oppression and the Sword Slay [Lines in 'One view of the Question'] Oppression and the sword slay fast SUS/BUR(1938-41)

774 Oregon Legend [Heading to 'Kim', Chapter IX] S' doaks was son of Yelth, the wise SUS/BUR(1938-41)


Ornamental Beasts, The Our drains may reek - we do not care RUTH (1986) 216
592 Our Bobs; SEE; 'Bobs' There's a little red-faced man I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
395
871 Our Fathers Also' [With 'Below the Mill Dam'] Thrones, Powers, Dominions, Peoples, Kings S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
546
955 Our Fathers of Old' [With 'A Doctor of Medicine'] Excellent herbs had our fathers of old- S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
563
731 Our Heffey is a Noble Man; SEE; Oh, Prout he is a Noble Man Oh, Prout he is a nobleman, a nobleman, a nobleman (Our Heffy is a nobleman) SUS/BUR(1938-41)


Our Lady of Many Dreams (New Style) Trees to the very water's edge RUTH (1986) 133
123 Our Lady of Many Dreams (Old Style) We pray to God, and to God it seems E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 131
185 Our Lady of Rest The wind in the pine sings Her praises E.V.(1900),O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 324
1224 Our Lady of the Sackcloth There was a Priest at Philae SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
514
696 Our Lady of the Snows A Nation spoke to a Nation F.N.(1903), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
182
352 Our Present Financial Position Twas a voice that did cry from the clouds near the sky (O.R.G.)


Out of Sight Out of thy sight - away from thy lips' smiling- RUTH (1986) 176
905 Out of the Weald, the Secret Weald [Inscription in 'Puck of Pooks Hill'] Out of the Weald, the secret Weald (O.R.G.)

1012 Outlaws, The Through learned and laborious years Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
322
654 Outsong in the Jungle: Bagheera; OR; Outsong, The: Bagheera [Lines in 'The Spring Running'] In the cage my life began S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
527
654 Outsong in the Jungle: Baloo; OR; Outsong, The: Baloo [Lines in 'The Spring Running'] For the sake of him who showed S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
526
654 Outsong in the Jungle: Kaa; OR; Outsong, The: Kaa [Lines in 'The Spring Running'] Anger is the egg of Fear S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
526
654 Outsong, The: Bagheera; SEE; Outsong in the Jungle: Bagheera In the cage my life began S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
527
654 Outsong, The: Baloo; SEE; Outsong in the Jungle: Baloo For the sake of him who showed S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
526
654 Outsong, The: Kaa; SEE; Outsong in the Jungle: Kaa Anger is the egg of Fear S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
526
644 Over the Edge of the Purple Down; SEE; City of Sleep, The Over the edge of the purple down S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
611

Over the Khud; OR; Mountain Morality, A That's where he fell RUTH (1986) 305
26 Overheard So the day dragged through S.B.L.(1881), E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 93
226 Overland Mail, The; OR; Her Majesty's Mail; OR; Foot-service to the Hills In the name of the Empress of India, make way D.D.& O.V.(1886), E.V.(1900),,I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
33
370 Owl, The Men said, but here I know they lied RUTH (1986) 459
506 Oxen, The [Lines in 'At Sunset' (JLK)] Between the waving tufts of jungle grass S.B.(1912),I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1107 Oxford in 1920; SEE; Clerks and the Bells, The The merry clerks of Oxenford they stretch themselves at ease I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
798
1146 P.L. Ob. Jan. 1927; SEE; Song in the Desert, A Friend, thou beholdest the lightning? Who has the charge of it I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
807
754.2 Pack Your Kit and Trek Ferrira (Vat Jougoed en Trek); SEE; Bow Legged Jonny (Jannie) Pack your kit and trek, Ferriera (Vat jou goet en trek, Ferreira) SUS/BUR(1938-41)

1220 Pageant of Elizabeth, A; OR; Elizabethan Poem(s); OR; Pageant of Parliament, A Like Princes crowned they bore them SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
611
1220 Pageant of Parliament, A; SEE; Pageant of Elizabeth, A Like Princes crowned they bore them SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
611
59 Page's Message, The; OR; Message, The Spare neither lie, nor deed, nor gold RUTH (1986) 80
60 Page's Song, The Spring-time, shall it bring thee ease RUTH (1986) 99
186 Pagett M.P. Pagett, M.P., was a liar, and a fluent liar therewith,- D.D.& O.V.(1886), E.V.(1900),,I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
26
821 Palace, The When I was a King and a Mason - a Master proven and skilled- I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
385
560 Palms, The [Heading to 'A Matter of Fact'] And if ye doubt the tale I tell S.B.(1912), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

786 Pan in Vermont It's forty in the shade to-day the spouting eaves declare I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
356
679 Par Derriere Chez Ma Tante [Lines in 'Captains Courageous'] Par derriere chez ma tante SUS/BUR(1938-41)

255 Parable of Chajju Bhagat, The [Heading to 'Tod's Amendment'] The World hath set its heavy yoke S.B.(1912),I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41),D.V.(1940)

631 Parade-Song of the Camp Animals: All the Beasts Together Children of the Camp are we S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

628 Parade-Song of the Camp Animals: Cavalry Horses By the brand on my withers, the finest of tunes S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

630 Parade-Song of the Camp Animals: Commissariat Camels We haven't a camelty tune of our own S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

627 Parade-Song of the Camp Animals: Gun Bullocks Those heroes in their harnesses avoid a cannon-ball S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

629 Parade-Song of the Camp Animals: Screw-Gun Mules As me and my companions were scrambling up a hill S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

626 Parade-Song of the Camp-Animals: Elephants of the Gun Teams We lent to Alexander the strength of Hercules S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
574

Parallel, A A has a wife who loves him much RUTH (1986) 319
978 Parliaments of Henry III, 1265; SEE; My Father's Chair There are four good legs to my Father's Chair H.E. (1911), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
716

Parting Hot kisses on red lips that burn- RUTH (1986) 111

Parting (Title duplicated); OR; In the Hall The last five minutes were worth the price RUTH (1986) 153
822 Parting of the Columns, (The) We've rode and fought and ate and drunk as rations came to hand I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
468
179 Parturiunt Montes We are going to retrench! Yes! we're going to retrench RUTH (1986) 315
431 Patriot's "Pome", The Ye shanties so airy of Tipperary (O.R.G.)

925 Patrol Song, A; SEE; Boy Scouts' Patrol Song, A These are our regulations I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
273
65 Paul Vaugel; SEE; Story of Paul Vaugel (Vangel), The This is the story of Paul Vaugel RUTH (1986) 101
823 Peace of Dives, The The Word came down to Dives in Torment where he lay I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
278
1210 Penalty, The; OR; Song for Singing, A [With 'The Tender Achilles'] Once in life I watched a Star I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
788
97.1 Pensioner's Prospects, A Text not available (O.R.G.)

350 Peora Hunt, The [Heading to 'Cupid's Arrows] Pit where the buffalo cooled his hide S.B.(1912),I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

242 Personal Responsibilities Nay, not 'mechanical', my Lord RUTH (1986) 361
701 Pharoah and the Sergeant Said England unto Pharaoh, "I must make a man of you F.N.(1903), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
198
956 Philadelphia [With 'Brother Square-Toes'] If you're off to Philadelphia in the morning S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
585
367 Physical Training (Disputed) Fizzicle traynin' indeed! I'd like to fizzic the mug (O.R.G.)

784 Picket's Song, The [Lines in 'The Comprehension of Private Copper'] E sent us 'is Blessin' from London Town SUS/BUR(1938-41)

896 Pict Song, A [With 'The Winged Hats'] Rome never looks where she treads S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
548
973 Picts' Work, The; SEE; Pirates in England, The (A.D. 400-600) When Rome was rotten-ripe to her fall H.E. (1911), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
711
136 Picture in Smoke, A Blue eyes and the smile of a baby (O.R.G.)

922 Picture Puzzle, A; SEE; Word-Picture Puzzle Dear Walton, your mullet (O.R.G.)

824 Piet; OR; Regular of the Line I do not love my Empire's foes I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
479
508 Pigs and Buffaloes; SEE; Buffaloes and Pigs Dark children of the mere and marsh S.B.(1912),I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1007 Pilgrim's Way, A [Heading to 'Up the River'] I do not look for holy saints to guide me on my way Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
371
2.2 Pillow-fight, The The day was ended and a crowd of boys RUTH (1986) 46
485 Pines of Simla Cemetery, The; SEE; Devil of Chance, The Lie still, lie still! O earth to earth returning SUS/BUR(1938-41)

485 Pines of the Cemetery, The; SEE; Devil of Chance, The Lie still, lie still! O earth to earth returning SUS/BUR(1938-41)

174 Pink Dominoes Jenny and Me were engaged, you see D.D.& O.V.(1886), E.V.(1900),,I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
18

Pious Sub's Creed, The I do believe in Afghan Wars RUTH (1986) 178
973 Pirates in England, The (A.D. 400-600); OR; Picts' Work, The; OR; Saxon Invasion When Rome was rotten-ripe to her fall H.E. (1911), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
711
751 Pity Poor Fighting Men; SEE; All the World Over, Nursing Their Scars All the world over, nursing their scars S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)


Placetne, Domini? -in far Lahore'; SEE; Inscription in Presentation Copy of 'Echoes' (VIII): Common Room of U.S.C. Placetne, Domini? -in far Lahore RUTH (1986) 250
239 Plaint of the Junior Civilian, The; OR; Indian Paper's Definition of a Junior Civilian I have worked for ten seasons or more E.V.(1900),O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 359
1211 Playmate, The; OR; 'She is not Folly' [With 'Aunt Ellen'] She is not Folly - that I know I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
775
178 Plea of the Simla Dancers, The What have we ever done to bear this grudge?' D.D.& O.V.(1886), E.V.(1900),,I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
51
806 Ploughman, The (Disputed) In the Market-place for the world to flout (O.R.G.)

1160 Poem About a Dog, A; SEE; Supplication of the Black Aberdeen I pray! My little body and whole span I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
814
373 Poems on Fruit Plates: Apples; SEE; Verses on Fruit Plates: Apples By cause of us Eden was lost RUTH (1986) 460
374 Poems on Fruit Plates: Berries; SEE; Verses on Fruit Plates: Berries We be gamins of the Wood RUTH (1986) 460
375 Poems on Fruit Plates: Grapes; SEE; Verses on Fruit Plates: Grapes Wee have sett, sith Time began RUTH (1986) 460
376 Poems on Fruit Plates: Peaches; SEE; Verses on Fruit Plates: The Peach Ye Garden's royal Pride am I RUTH (1986) 460
377 Poems on Fruit Plates: Plums; SEE; Verses on Fruit Plates: Plums Children of ye Garden We RUTH (1986) 460
378 Poems on Fruit Plates: Watermelon; SEE; Verses on Fruit Plates: The Watermelon I sprawl in the sunshine and grow RUTH (1986) 460
1174 Poet's Practice He writeth best who cribbeth best (O.R.G.)

1150 Poison of Asps'; OR; Brazilian Snake-Farm, A Poison of asps is under our lips'? I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
811
957 Poor Honest Men'; OR; A.D. 1800 [With 'A Priest in Spite of Himself'] Your jar of Virginny S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
551
522 Poor Jock's Yarn (Disputed) I was walking on the famed Apollo Bunder (O.R.G.)

1137 Portent, The; OR; Horace, Book V, Ode 20: The Portent [With 'The Prophet and the Country'] Oh, late withdrawn from human-kind I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
758
872 Poseidon's Law [With 'Bonds of Discipline'] When the robust and Brass-bound Man commissioned first for sea S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
651
138 Possibilities Ay, lay him 'neath the Simla pine- D.D.& O.V.(1886),I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
43
172 Post That Fitted, The Ere the steamer bore him Eastward, Sleary was engaged to marry D.D.& O.V.(1886), E.V.(1900),,I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
11
931 Power of the Dog, The' [With 'Garm'] There is sorrow enough in the natural way S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
591
916 Prairie, The I see the grass shake in the sun for leagues on either hand S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
501
595 Prayer of Miriam Cohen, The; OR; Miriam Cohen From the wheel and the drift of Things S.B.(1912), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
614
775 Prayer, The; OR; Kabir; OR; Song of Kabir, A [Heading to 'Kim' Chapter XIV] My brother kneels, so saith Kabir I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
673

Preadmonisheth ye Ghoste of Desmarets; OR; Speaketh Ye Ghost of Desmarets In the Paris of the Empire, in the days of long ago RUTH (1986) 202
1121 Preface to Land and Sea Tales; OR; To All to Whom This Little Book May Come; OR; End, The; OR; Be Fit To all to whom this little book may come I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
737
971 Prehistoric; SEE; River's Tale, The Twenty bridges from Tower to Kew H.E. (1911), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
709
83.1/744.1 Prelude; SEE; Epigraph to 'Echoes' A new song, sirrah? E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 223
1045 Press, The [With 'The Village That Voted the Earth was Flat'] The Soldier may forget his Sword I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
534
944 Price's Memorial; SEE; Epitaph on Mr. Cormell Who with the toil of his today bought for us tomorrow (O.R.G.)

414 Private Ortheris's Song; OR; 'My Girl She Gave Me the Go On(e)st' My girl she give me the go onest SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
427
61 Pro Tem. Make we a fire in the dark RUTH (1986) 74
878 Pro-Consuls, The; OR; Ode VI; OR; 'Fragment' of Unknown Origin The overfaithful sword returns the user Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
107
776 Prodigal Son, The [Heading to 'Kim', Chapter V] Here come I to my own again S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
579

Profession of Faith, A Each day watched die together binds us fast RUTH (1986) 118
340 Professor and Mrs. S. A. Hill To these people (O.R.G.)

274 Prologue for a Theatrical Performance; SEE; Prologue, A So please you, gentlefolk, a drama slight RUTH (1986) 380
274 Prologue, A; OR; Prologue for a Theatrical Performance So please you, gentlefolk, a drama slight RUTH (1986) 380
1122 Prologue; to the Master Cook's Tale; OR; Master-Cook, The [With 'His Gift'] With us there rade a Maister-Cook that came I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
739

Promise, A Thy woe is mine - for thou hast held my heart RUTH (1986) 140
897 Prophets at Home; OR; 'Prophets have Honour All Over the Earth' [With 'Hal o' the Draft'] Prophets have honour all over the Earth S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
554
897 Prophets have Honour All Over the Earth'; SEE; Prophets at Home Prophets have honour all over the Earth S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
554
170 Public Waste By the Laws of the Family Circle 'tis written in letters of brass D.D.& O.V.(1886), E.V.(1900),,I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
14
887 Puck's Song [Prelude to 'Puck'; OR; Lines with 'Weland's Sword'] See you the ferny ride that steals S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
488
260 Punjab Peasant's Point of View; SEE; What the People Said By the well, where the bullocks go D.D.& O.V.(1886), E.V.(1900),,I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
66
754.1 Put Forth to Watch, Unschooled, Alone {Lines in 'The Way that He Took'] Put forth to watch, unschooled, alone I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

932 Puzzler, The [With 'The Puzzler'] The Celt in all his variants from Builth to Bally-hoo S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
533
124 Quaeritur (Title duplicated) Dawn that disheartens the desolate dunes E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 241

Quaeritur (Title duplicated) Is Life to be measured by grains RUTH (1986) 106

Quantities of 'Em Oh! Do you know the Muses nine RUTH (1986) 377
964 Queen's Men, The; OR; Two Cousins, The [With 'Gloriana'] Valour and Innocence S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
610
402 Queen's Peace, The; SEE; Running of Shin Dand, The There's a convict more in the Central Jail SUS/BUR(1938-41)

548 Queen's Song from Libretto of Naulahka, The [Heading to 'The Naulahka', Chapter XX] Our little maid that hath no breasts S.B.(1912), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

416 Queen's Uniform, The; SEE; Tommy I went into a public-'ouse to get a pint o' beer B.R.B.&O.V(1892), I.V.(1919),SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
398
694 Quest, The The Knight came home from the quest I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
521

Quest, The In years long past we met a while and vowed RUTH (1986) 120
363 Question of Givens, The Sir, with the scalpel and delicate knives RUTH (1986) 447
45 Question, A; OR; By the Sea Bring me a message of hope O sea! RUTH (1986) 98
45 By the Sea; SEE; Question, A Bring me a message of hope O sea! RUTH (1986) 98
1025 Question, The; OR; Neutral, The Brethren, how shall it fare with me Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
327
161 Quid Pro Quo, The He was aware' - Oh great and good RUTH (1986) 308
933 Rabbi's Song, The (2 Samuel xiv. 14) [With 'The House Surgeon'] If thought can reach to Heaven S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
592
12 Rabid Effusion in the Style of "The Hunting of the Snark" (by Lewis Carroll), A You'll find it in bed-bugs, in beetles, in Buns (O.R.G.)

1138 Rahere [With 'The Wish-House'] Rahere, King Henry's Jester, feared by all the Norman Lords I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
754
938 Rahere's Saxon Rhyme [Lines in 'The Tree of Justice'] Well wist Wal-wist where lay his fortune SUS/BUR(1938-41)

112 Raiyat at Home, The; SEE; Indian Farmer at Home, The Hoots! toots! ayont, ahint, afore E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 225
304 Ramrod Corps, The [Heading to 'In the Matter of a Private'] Hurrah! hurrah! a soldier's life for me SUS/BUR (1938-41)

652 Rann's Song; SEE; Chil's Song These were my companions going forth by night S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
532
366 Rape of the Breeches, The What dire offence from homely causes spring (O.R.G.)

27 Reading the Will (The) Here we have it, scratched and scored S.B.L.(1881), E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 86

Reaping, The Hush - What appeal RUTH (1986) 155
1046 Rebirth [With 'The Edge of the Evening'] If any God should say I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
583
934 Recall, The [With 'An Habitation Enforced'] I am the land of their fathers S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
487
1103 Recantation, A; or; To Lyde of the Music Halls What boots it on the Gods to call? Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
369
700 Recessional; OR; After Retrocessional God of our fathers, known of old F.N.(1903), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
328
62 Reckoning Count we the Cost - the sun is setting fast RUTH (1986) 68
1145 Rector's Memory, A; OR; St. Andrews, 1923 The Gods that are wiser than Learning SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
799
417 Red Earl, The; SEE; Ballad of the Red Earl, The Red Earl, and will ye take for guide I.V.(1919),SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
230
977 Reeds of Runnymede, The; OR; Magna Charta 15th June 1213; OR; Runnymede At Runnymede, at Runnymede H.E. (1911), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
715
766 Reformers, The Not in the camp his victory lies F.N.(1903), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
319
824 Regular of the Line; SEE; Piet I do not love my Empire's foes I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
479

Rejection We will lay this thing here' RUTH (1986) 112

Reminiscence, A; SEE; To You A memory of our sojourn by the Sea RUTH (1986) 70
28 Requiescat in Pace A new-made grave, for the damp earth stood S.B.L.(1881), E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 58
63 Resolve I said to myself - 'I will dream RUTH (1986) 110
907 Result, The (Disputed) A gilded mirror and a polished bar (O.R.G.)

873 Return of the Children, The [With 'They'] Neither the harps nor the crowns amused, nor the cherub's dove-winged races S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
596
825 Return, The; OR; All Arms Peace is declared, an' I return I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
485
143 Revenge - A Ballad of the Fleeter Two lovers to one maid. Aye! It was so RUTH (1986) 279
227 Reverie of "Pounchall" (Disputed) What's this notice posted here? (O.R.G.)

936 Rewards and Fairies [Introduction to 'Rewards and Fairies'] To see what they should see SUS/BUR(1938-41)

882 Rhodes Memorial, Table Mountain As tho' again - yea even once again SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
210
228 Rhodian Portrait, A When first the Rhodian's mimic art arrayed (O.R.G.)

364.1 Rhyme of Lord Lansdowne, The Why stay you now, my Lord Lansdowne' (O.R.G.)

479 Rhyme of the Three Captains, The At the close of a winter day B.R.B.&O.V(1892), I.V.(1919),SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
332
528 Rhyme of the Three Sealers, The Away by the lands of the Japanee S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
113
98 Ride of the Schools, The; SEE; Boar of the Year, The In the shade of the trees by the lunch-tent the Old Haileyburian sat E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 248
883 Rimini'; OR; Marching Song of a Roman Legion of the Later Empire; OR; Lalage [Heading to 'On the Great Wall'] When I left Rome for Lalage's sake S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
550
826 Rimmon Duly with knees that feign to quake I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
312
1148 Rio; SEE; Song of Bananas, A Have you no Bananas, simple townsmen all? I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
809
658 Ripple Song, A [Lines in 'The Undertakers'] Once a ripple came to land S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
634
971 River's Tale, The; OR; Prehistoric Twenty bridges from Tower to Kew H.E. (1911), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
709
617 Road-Song of the Bandar-Log [Lines in 'Kaa's Hunting'] Here we go in a flung festoon S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
544
972 Roman Centurion Speaks, The; SEE; Roman Centurion's Song, The Legate, I had the news last night - my cohort ordered home H.E. (1911), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
710
972 Roman Centurion, The; SEE; Roman Centurion's Song, The Legate, I had the news last night - my cohort ordered home H.E. (1911), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
710
972 Roman Centurion's Song, The; OR; Roman Occupation of Britain - A.D. 300, The; OR; Roman Centurion Speaks, The; OR; Roman Centurion, The Legate, I had the news last night - my cohort ordered home H.E. (1911), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
710
972 Roman Occupation of Britain - A.D. 300, The; SEE; Roman Centurion's Song, The Legate, I had the news last night - my cohort ordered home H.E. (1911), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
710
38 Romance and Reality Was it water in the woodlands RUTH (1986) 129
189 Romance of the Rains, A (Disputed) Oft did he strive; but strive in vain (O.R.G.)

632.1 Romance; SEE; King, The Farewell Romance!' the Cave-men said; S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
376
913 Romulus and Remus Oh, little did the Wolf-Child care- S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
641
720.1 Rose That Glimmers by the Garden Wall, The (Inscription in Volume I of an Outward Bound edition) The rose that glimmers by the garden walk (O.R.G.)

29 Roses Roses by babies' rosier fingers pressed S.B.L.(1881), E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 89
212 Rosicrucian Subtleties [Heading to 'Consequences'] Rosicrucian subtleties SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V.(1940)

552 Route Marchin' We're marchin' on relief over Injia's sunny plains B.R.B.&O.V(1892), I.V.(1919),SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
426
785 Rowers, The The banked oars fell an hundred strong F.N.(1903), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
282
834 Royal Artillery; SEE; Ubique There is a word you often see, pronounce it as you may I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
483
689 Royal Engineers; SEE; Sappers When the Waters were dried an' the Earth did appear S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
435
686 Royal Horse Artillery; SEE; Jacket, The Through the Plagues of Egyp' we was chasin' Arabi S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
449
368 Rudyard Kipling; SEE; Michigan Twins, The Wise is the child who knows his sire' (O.R.G.)

958 Run of the Downs, The [With 'The Knife and the Naked Chalk'] The Weald is good, the Downs are best- S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
491
892 Runes on Weland's Sword, The [With 'Old Men at Pevensey'] A Smith makes me S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
669
874 Runners, The; OR; Indian Frontier, 1904 [With 'A Sahib's War'] What is the word that they tell us now-now-now S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
109
402 Running of Shin Dand, The; OR; Queen's Peace, The [Heading to 'The Head of the District'] There's a convict more in the Central Jail SUS/BUR(1938-41)

977 Runnymede; SEE; Reeds of Runnymede, The At Runnymede, at Runnymede H.E. (1911), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
715
165 Rupaiyat of Omar Kal'vin, The Now the New Year, reviving Last Year's Debt D.D.& O.V.(1886),I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
25
1104 Russia to the Pacifists God rest you, peaceful gentlemen, let nothing you dismay Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
277
546 Sack of the Gods, The Strangers drawn from the ends of the earth, jewelled and plumed were we S.B.(1912), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
493
553 Sacrifice of Er-Heb, The Er-Heb beyond the Hills of Ao-Safai B.R.B.&O.V(1892), I.V.(1919),SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
263

Saint Valentine His Day; OR; To You Shall I sing you a festive and flippant lay? RUTH (1986) 180
241 Salsette Boat Song [Heading to 'In Error'] They burnt a corpse upon the sand S.B.(1912), I.V(1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41),D.V.(1940)

1216 Samuel Pepys; OR; To the Companions Like as the Oak, whose roots descend SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
349
689 Sappers; OR; Royal Engineers When the Waters were dried an' the Earth did appear S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
435

Satiety Last year's wreath upon our brow RUTH (1986) 159
868 Saxon Foundation, The; SEE; King's Task, The After the sack of the City, when Rome was sunk to a name H.E. (1911), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
648
973 Saxon Invasion; SEE; Pirates in England, The (A.D. 400-600) When Rome was rotten-ripe to her fall H.E. (1911), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
711
1055 Scholars, The 'Oh, show me how a rose can shut and be a bud again!' I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
795
589 School Song [Heading to 'An English School] So Eton may keep her Prime Ministers (O.R.G.)

734 School Song, A [Prelude to 'Stalky and Co.'] 'Let us now praise famous men' S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
556
722.2 School-Boy Etiquette The Song I sing for the good red gold SUS/BUR(1938-41)

488 Screw, The Text not available (O.R.G.)

466 Screw-Guns Smokin' my pipe on the mountings, sniffin' the mornin' cool B.R.B.&O.V(1892), I.V.(1919),SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
403
777 Sea and the Hills, The [Heading to 'Kim', Chapter XIII] Who hath desired the Sea? - the sight of salt water unbounded- F.N.(1903), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
110
620 Seal Lullaby [Heading to 'The White Seal'] Oh! Hush thee, my baby, the night is before us S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

588 Seal Song You mustn't swim- S.B.(1912), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

600.1 Sea-Wife, The There dwells a wife by the Northern Gate S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
94
827 Second Voyage, The We've sent our little Cupids all ashore I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
156
156 Second Wooing, The; OR; Visitation, A There came to me One at midnight, on golden pinions, and said RUTH (1986) 108
330 Second-rate Farce, A; SEE Virginibus Puerisque Who shall restore us the leaves RUTH (1986) 415
991 Secret of the Machines, The; OR; Modern Machinery; OR; Song of the Machines, The We were taken from the ore-bed and the mine H.E. (1911), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
729
601 See My Literary Pants [Inscription in a copy of 'Many Inventions'] See my literary pants! (O.R.G.)

404 Selling 'The Cross' I wint to ould Mulvaney wid the paper in my hand (O.R.G.)

690 Sergeant's Weddin', The E was warned agin 'er- S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
447
915 Servant when he Reigneth, A' Three things make earth unquiet S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
560
828 Service Man, The'; OR; Tommy Atkins; OR; Tommy You was when It Began 'Tommy' you was when it began I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
458
395 Sessions Trial, A (Disputed) I knew the Pathan in Afghanistan before I joined the Police (O.R.G.)

691 Sestina of the Tramp-Royal Speakin' in general, I 'ave tried 'em all- S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
87
803 Settler, The; OR; South African War ended, May 1902 Here, where my fresh-turned furrows run F.N.(1903), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
212
452 Seven Joys of Mary, The; OR; Twin Joys of Mary, The [Lines in 'The Light That Failed', Chapter X] The next good joy that Mary had SUS/BUR(1938-41)

30 Seven Nights of Creation, The [Heading to ''Beast and Man in India', Chapter XVIII] Yussuf the potter told me this today O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 310
726.2 Seven Stages of Sea Sickness Text not available (O.R.G.)

1105 Seven Watchmen; OR; To the Seven Watchmen [Dedication to 'The Years Between'] Seven Watchmen sitting in a tower Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
394

Severance; OR; Woking Necropolis Plight my troth to the dead, Love? RUTH (1986) 158
272 Shadow Houses Not though you die tonight, O Sweet and wail S.B.(1912),I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41),D.V.(1940)

1211 She is not Folly'; SEE; Playmate, The She is not Folly - that I know I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
775
505 Sheep and Goats; SEE; Goat, The They killed a child to please the Gods S.B.(1912),I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

512 Sheepskin an' Bees' Wax [Lines in 'The Mutiny of the Mavericks'] Sheepskin an' bee's-wax, thunder, pitch, and plaster SUS/BUR(1938-41)

554 Shillin' a Day My name is O'Kelly, I've heard the Revelly B.R.B.&O.V(1892), I.V.(1919),SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
429
1016 Ships Destroy (Await) Us Above, The; SEE; 'Tin Fish' The ships destroy us above Poems 1929, I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
648
593 Shiv and the Grasshopper; OR; Song that Toomai's Mother Sang to the Baby, The Shiv, who poured the harvest and made the winds to blow S.B.(1912), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
519
313 Should mere acquaintance be forgot'; SEE; New Songs and Old (VII) Should mere acquaintance be forgot (O.R.G.)

692 Shut-Eye Sentry, The Sez the Junior Orderly Sergeant S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
453
767 Siege of the Fairies,The; SEE; Fairies Siege, The I have been given my charge to keep S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
520

Sign of the Flower, The; OR; Sign of the Withered Violet, The Wait for a little - and if my woe RUTH (1986) 170

Sign of the Withered Violet, The; SEE; Sign of the Flower, The Wait for a little - and if my woe RUTH (1986) 170
205 Signs She loves thee? By what sign? (O.R.G.)

195 Silence is - Golden (?) Silver's down past all quotation (O.R.G.)


Silent Army, The From the corn and the wine of the lowlands (O.R.G.)

193 Simla Exodus, The A damp South wind, a heavy languid air (O.R.G.)

41 Sine Nomin Corpus The seas roll up in wrath upon the shore (O.R.G.)


Sir Galahad Sharpened sword at saddle bow RUTH (1986) 119
444 Sir Hoggie and the Fairies [Heading to 'The Light that Failed' , Chapter V] And you may lead a thousand men SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

443 Sir Hoggie and the Fairies [Heading to 'The Light that Failed' , Chapter VI] I have a thousand men', said he SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
540
778 Sir John Christie [Heading to 'Kim', Chapter VII] Unto whose use the pregnant suns are poised S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

889 Sir Richard's Song [With 'Young Men at the Manor'] I followed my Duke ere I was a lover S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
495
669.2 Sitting Fox (Oh) Our Father came with a word to Sitting-Fox (O.R.G.)

1112 Sleep is Sweet (Not Kipling) Sleep is sweet, undisturbed it is divine (O.R.G.)

885 Slo-Worm, The [Lines in 'The Winged Hats'] (Disputed) If I had eyes as I could see SUS/BUR(1938-41)

898 Smuggler's Song, A [With 'Hal o' the Draft']] If you wake at midnight, and hear a horse's feet S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
655
477 Snarleyow' This 'appened in a battle toa batt'ry of the corps B.R.B.&O.V(1892), I.V.(1919),SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
412
391 So They Sent a Corp'ril's File; SEE; Bang Upon the Big Drum So they sent a corp'ril's file SUS/BUR(1938-41)

666 Soldier an' Sailor Too'; OR; The Royal Regiment of Marine As I was spittin' into the Ditch aboard o' the Crocodile S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
433
430 Soldier, Soldier Soldier, soldier come from the wars B.R.B.&O.V(1892), I.V.(1919),SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
401
211 Soliloquy from the South, A How grand the cannons roared. In every puff (O.R.G.)

539 Solo from Libretto of Naulahka [Heading to 'The Naulahka', Chapter V] Now it is not good for the Christian's health to hustle the Aryan brown S.B.(1912), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

31 Solus cum Sola We were alone on the beach S.B.L.(1881), E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 96
497 Some Notes on a Bill O peruse a simple story - read a parable detached (O.R.G.)


Song (for Music); SEE; Song for Two Voices Follow and faint not, if the road be long RUTH (1986) 152
64 Song (For Two Voices) (Title duplicated) I bound his soul by a word and an Oath RUTH (1986) 107
1106.1 Song at Cockcrow, A; OR; Ille Autem Iterum Negavit The first time that Peter denièd his Lord Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
326
1210 Song for Singing, A; SEE; Penalty, The Once in life I watched a Star I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
788

Song for Two Voices; OR; Song (for Music) Follow and faint not, if the road be long RUTH (1986) 152
1018 Song in Storm, A; OR; Be Well Assured that On Our Side; OR; Fate's Discourtesy [Lines in 'Sea Warfare'] Be well assured that on our side Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
148
1146 Song in the Desert, A; OR; P.L. Ob. Jan. 1927 Friend, thou beholdest the lightning? Who has the charge of it I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
807
344 Song of Addresses, A We represent the ward of Bow Bazar RUTH (1986) 436
237 Song of an Outsider, The; OR; E'en Now the Heron Treads; OR; Goosey Pool E'en now the heron treads (breasts) the wet RUTH (1986) 193
1148 Song of Bananas, A; OR; Rio; OR; Have You no Bananas Have you no Bananas, simple townsmen all? I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
809
762.1 Song of Diego Valdez, The; OR; Diego Valdez The God of Fair Beginnings F.N.(1903), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
153
1123 Song of French Roads, A Now praise the Gods of Time and Chance I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
801
656 Song of Kabir, A [Lines in 'The Miracle of Purun Bhagat'] Oh, light was the world that he weighed in his hands! S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
510
775 Song of Kabir, A; SEE; Prayer, The My brother kneels, so saith Kabir I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
673
1047 Song of Seven Cities, The [With 'The Vortex'] I was a Lord of Cities very sumptuously builded I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
594
1212 Song of Seventy Horses [With 'The Miracle of St. Jubanus'] Once again the Steamer at Calais - the tackles I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
786
82 Song of St. Valentine, A; SEE; Au Revoir What Song shall we sing to the Swallow RUTH (1986) 212
640 Song of the Banjo, The You couldn't pack a Broadwood half a mile- S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
98
584 Song of the Cities, The: Auckland Last, loneliest, loveliest, exquisite, apart- S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
175
570 Song of the Cities, The: Bombay Royal and Dower-royal, I the Queen S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
175
582 Song of the Cities, The: Brisbane The northern stock beneath the southern skies- S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
175
582 Song of the Cities, The: Brisbane: (Alternate version) Me the flood ruined - let me clear my eyes S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

571 Song of the Cities, The: Calcutta Me the Sea-captain loved, the River built S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
175
579 Song of the Cities, The: Capetown Hail! Snatched and bartered oft from hand to hand S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
175
576 Song of the Cities, The: Halifax Into the mist my guardian prows put forth S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
175
583 Song of the Cities, The: Hobart Man's love first found me; man's hate made me Hell; S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
175
575 Song of the Cities, The: Hong-Kong Hail, Mother! Hold me fast; my Praya sleeps S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
175
572 Song of the Cities, The: Madras Clive kissed me on the mouth and eyes and brow S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
175
580 Song of the Cities, The: Melbourne Greeting! Nor fear nor favour won us place S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
175
577 Song of the Cities, The: Quebec and Montreal Peace is our portion. Yet a whisper rose S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
175
573 Song of the Cities, The: Rangoon Hail, Mother! Do they call me rich in trade? S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
175
574 Song of the Cities, The: Singapore Hail, Mother! East and West must seek my aid S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
175
581 Song of the Cities, The: Sydney Greeting! My birth-stain have I turned to good S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
175
578 Song of the Cities, The: Victoria From East to West the circling word has passed S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
175
197 Song of the Dancer What! Eternal condemnation for each innocent gyration RUTH (1986) 333
567 Song of the Dead, The Hear now the Song of the Dead - in the North by the torn berg-edges S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
172
567.1 Song of the Dead, The, Part I We were dreamers, dreaming greatly, in the manstifled town S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

567.2 Song of the Dead, The, Part II We have fed our sea for a thousand years S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

724 Song of the Dominions, A; SEE; Houses, The Twixt my house and thy house the pathway is broad Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
179
1149 Song of the Dynamo; OR; Light and Power How do I know what Order brings I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
810
645 Song of the Engines [Heading to 'The Ship That Found Herself' ] We now held in captivity SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

564 Song of the English, A Fair is our lot - O goodly is our heritage! S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
170
565 Song of the English, A (The) : Prelude (Not Kipling) I have a goodly heritage S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
170
74 Song of the Exiles (By One of Them), The; SEE; Song of the Exiles, The (As Sung by One of Them) That long white Barrack by the Sea E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 198
74 Song of the Exiles, The (As Sung by One of Them); OR; Song of the Exiles (By One of Them), The That long white Barrack by the Sea E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 198
901.2 Song of the Fifth River [With 'The Treasure and the Law'] When first by Eden Tree S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
572
675 Song of the Fishes, The [Lines in 'Captains Courageous'] Up jumped the mackerel with his striped back SUS/BUR(1938-41)

251 Song of the G.R. [Heading to 'The Broken-Link Handicap'] While the snaffle holds, or the long-neck stings SUS/BUR (1938-41),D.V.(1940)

498 Song of the Galley-Slaves [Lines in 'The Finest Story in the World'} We pulled for you when the wind was against us and the sails were low SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
671
1049 Song of the Lathes, The The fans and the beltings they roar round me. Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
310
650 Song of the Little Hunter, The [Lines in 'The King's Ankus'] Ere Mor the Peacock flutters, ere the Monkey People cry S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
616
991 Song of the Machines, The; SEE; Secret of the Machines, The We were taken from the ore-bed and the mine H.E. (1911), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
729
959 Song of the Men's Side; OR; Neolithic [With 'The Knife and the Naked Chalk'] Once we feared The Beast - when he followed us we ran S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
668
855 Song of the Motor, The; SEE; Muse Among the Motors, The: Moral, The You mustn't groom an Arab with a file BOMBAY EDITION (1914), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
690
875 Song of the Old Guard, The; OR; Army Reform - After the Boer War [With 'The Army of a Dream'] Know this, my brethren, Heaven is clear S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
313
960 Song of the Red War Boat [With 'The Conversion of St. Wifred'] Shove off from the wharf-edge! Steady! S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
629
621 Song of the Seal-Rookeries, Aleutian Islands; SEE; 'Lukannon' I met my mates in the morning (and oh, but I am old!) S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
589
298 Song of the Sight-Protector, The Through Captain Cuthbert Larkin's book on 'Bandobast' and 'Khabar' (O.R.G.)

569 Song of the Sons, The One from the ends of the earth - gifts at an open door- S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
175
32 Song of the Sufferer, The; OR; Follicular Tonsillitis His drink it is Saline Pyretic S.B.L.(1881), E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 52
32 Follicular Tonsillitis; SEE; Song of the Sufferer, The His drink it is Saline Pyretic S.B.L.(1881), E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 52
888 Song of the Tree, The; SEE; Tree Song, A Of all the trees that grow so fair S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
497
749 Song of the White Men, A; OR; Faith Cup of the White Man, The; OR; White Man's Song, The Now, this is the cup the White Men drink I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
282
829 Song of the Wise Children When the darkened Fifties dip to the North I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
90
305 Song of the Women, The; OR; Lady Dufferin's Fund for Medical Aid to the Women of India How shall she know the worship we would do her? D.D.& O.V.(1886), E.V.(1900),,I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
46
911 Song of Travel, A [With 'The Road to Quebec'] Where's the lamp that Hero lit? S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
586
988 Song of Valley Forge, The; SEE; American Rebellion (After), The The snow lies thick on Valley Forge H.E. (1911), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
726
593 Song that Toomai's Mother Sang to the Baby, The; SEE; Shiv and the Grasshopper Shiv, who poured the harvest and made the winds to blow S.B.(1912), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
519
895 Song to Mithras, A; OR; Hymn of the XXX Legion: circa A.D. 350 [With 'On the Great Wall'] Mithras, God of the Morning, our trumpets waken the Wall! S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
523
906 Sons of Martha, The The Sons of Mary seldom bother, for they have inherited that good part; Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
382
761 Sons of the Land; OR; Kimberley Memorial, 1901 This for a charge to our children in sign of the price we paid SUS/BUR(1938-41)

751 Sons of the Laurel; SEE; All the World Over, Nursing Their Scars All the world over, nursing their scars S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1027 Sons of the Suburbs, The The sons of the suburbs were carefully bred (O.R.G.)

830 South Africa Lived a woman wonderful I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
207
884 South Africa (Title duplicated) The shame of Amajuba Hill (O.R.G.)

803 South African War ended, May 1902; SEE; Settler, The Here, where my fresh-turned furrows run F.N.(1903), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
212

Speaketh Ye Ghost of Desmarets; SEE; Preadmonisheth ye Ghoste of Desmarets In the Paris of the Empire, in the days of long ago RUTH (1986) 202
328.1 Special Correspondence Simla The sky is an ink-stand upside down (O.R.G.)

968 Spies' March, The There are no leaders to lead us to honour, and yet without leaders we sally; Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
101
132 Springtime in India; SEE; In Springtime My garden blazes brightly with the rose-bush and the peach (O.R.G.)
78
670 S-S. Lahn; SEE; Mystery Poem, A There were five liars bold (O.R.G.)

1145 St. Andrews, 1923; SEE; Rector's Memory, A The Gods that are wiser than Learning SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
799
961 St. Helena Lullaby, A [With 'A Priest in Spite of Himself'] How far is St. Helena from a little child at play?' S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
530
745 St. Patrick's Day; OR; Wearing of the Green, The Oh Terence dear and did you hear the news that going round SUS/BUR(1938-41)

396 Stagger Home Tight About Two' [Lines in 'My Great and Only'] Stagger home tight about two SUS/BUR(1938-41)

187 Stationary Required, a hint for a summer's excursion; RUTH (1986) 325
921 Steam Yacht "Bantam", The; SEE; Summer Excursion He had sailed in the Keldonan, in the Walmer and Keafouns (O.R.G.)

746 Steevens G.W.; SEE; G.W. Steevens Memorial Lines Through War and Pestilence, Red Siege and Fire SUS/BUR(1938-41)

831 Stellenbosch; OR; Composite Columns The General 'eard the firin' on the flank I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
477
180 Stone's Throw Out on Either Hand, A; SEE; From the Dusk to the Dawn A stone's throw out on either hand S.B.(1913) ,I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41),D.V.(1940)

1173 Storm Cone, The This is the midnight - let no star I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
824
65 Story of Paul Vaugel (Vangel), The; OR; Paul Vaugel This is the story of Paul Vaugel RUTH (1986) 101
96 Story of Tommy, The; OR; Story Without a Moral, A This is the story of Tommy, aged twenty and drunk in his cot RUTH (1986) 257
613 Story of Ung, The Once, on a glittering ice-field, ages and ages ago S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
345
169 Story of Uriah, The Jack Barrett went to Quetta D.D.& O.V.(1886), E.V.(1900),,I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
10
96 Story Without a Moral, A; SEE; Story of Tommy, The This is the story of Tommy, aged twenty and drunk in his cot RUTH (1986) 257
914 Stranger, The The Stranger within my gate S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
549
646 Stream is Shrunk, The [Prelude to The Second Jungle Book; OR; Heading to 'How Fear Came'] The stream is shrunk - the pool is dry S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

293 Struck Ile [Lines in 'Struck Ile' ] W-stl-nd, the bank-note man RUTH (1986) 392
167 Study of an Elevation, in Indian Ink Potiphar Gubbins, C.E. D.D.& O.V.(1886), E.V.(1900),,I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
6
526 Stumbling-Block of Western Lore, The [Lines in 'Our Overseas Men'] The stumbling block of Western lore is faith in old arithmetics (O.R.G.)

1016 Submarines; SEE; 'Tin Fish' The ships destroy us above Poems 1929, I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
648
1152 Such as (are) in Ships'; OR; Drop in Traffic, A Such as in Ships and brittle Barks I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
810
126 Sudder Bazar, The The motive that calls for my ditty E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 181
921 Summer Excursion; OR; To B. H. Walton; OR; Steam Yacht "Bantam", The He had sailed in the Keldonan, in the Walmer and Keafouns (O.R.G.)

1195.1 Sun Stands Still in Heaven, The [Lines in 'Uncovenanted Mercies'] The Sun stands still in Heaven SUS/BUR(1938-41)

334 Supplication of Kerr Cross, Missionary, The; OR; Supplivation, The Father of Mercy, who hast made RUTH (1986) 429
1160 Supplication of the Black Aberdeen; OR; Poem About a Dog, A I pray! My little body and whole span I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
814
334 Supplivation, The; SEE; Supplication of Kerr Cross, Missionary, The Father of Mercy, who hast made RUTH (1986) 429
1057 Supports, The To Him who made (makes) the Heavens abide and gave the stars their motion I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1139 Survival, The; OR; Horace, Book V, Ode 22 [With 'The Janeites'] Securely, after days I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
756
832 Sussex God gave all men all earth to love I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
213
1015 Sweepers; SEE; Mine Sweepers Dawn off the Foreland - the young flood making I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
631

Taking a Hint Come let us slate the Magistrate RUTH (1986) 379
267 Tale of Two Cities, A; OR; Love Among the Ruins Where the sober-coloured cultivator smiles D.D.& O.V.(1886), E.V.(1900),,I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
76
139 Tale of Two Suits, The These are the ballads, tender and meek RUTH (1986) 275
142 Tale of Yesterday's Ten Thousand Years, A (The) Oh! Come along ye tuneful 'spins', Melpomene & Co. RUTH (1986) 276
121 Tara Chand is the gardener's mate'; SEE; Nursery Idyls (V) Tara Chand is the gardener's mate E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 239
265 Tarrant Moss I closed and drew for my love's sake S.B.(1912),I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41),D.V.(1940)
494
1166 Teamwork; OR; It is not Gems (Guns) or Armament (Disputed) It is not guns or armament (O.R.G.)

940 Telscombe Tye [Lines in 'Brother Square-Toes'] The moon she shined on Telscombe Tye SUS/BUR(1938-41)

633.1 That Day It got beyond all orders an' it got beyond all 'ope; S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
437
345 That Day at Navarino; SEE; Battle of Navarino, The Our vanship was the Asia SUS/BUR (1938-41)

398 That Millenium Granted a lord is drunk and mad (O.R.G.)

308 The cus-cus tattie's soothin''; SEE; New Songs and Old (II) The cu-cus tattie's soothin' RUTH (1986) 403
10.2 The First Day Back The first day back, ay bitter cold it was RUTH (1986) 56
53 The Flight; OR; Haste (Title duplicated) So the end came RUTH (1986) 50
87 The Memory of a Maiden's Sympathy; OR; Inscription in Presentation Copy of 'Echoes' (IV): Evelyn Welford; OR; Dedication (IV); OR; Inscription to Evelyn from R.K The memory of a maiden's sympathy RUTH (1986) 250
448 The Men of the Sea (III) [Lines in 'Mother O' Mine'] (Disputed) Oh, our Fathers in the Churchyard SUS/BUR(1938-41)

666 The Royal Regiment of Marine; SEE; 'Soldier an' Sailor Too' As I was spittin' into the Ditch aboard o' the Crocodile S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
433
229 The Smoke Upon Your Altar Dies'; SEE; L'Envoi to 'Departmental Ditties' The smoke upon your Altar dies D.D.& O.V.(1886), E.V.(1900),,I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
81
252 The Taking of Lungtungpen; SEE; Barrack Room Ballad So we loosed a bloomin' volley SUS/BUR (1938-41),D.V.(1940)

607 The Three-Volume Novel is Extinct.'; SEE; Three-Decker, The Full thirty foot she towered from waterline to rail S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
330

The years wear by at last' The years wear by at last (O.R.G.)

437 Theebaw, the Burmah King [Lines in 'A Conference of the Powers'] Theebaw, the Burmah king, did a very foolish thing SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)


Their Consolation; SEE; His Consolation Alas! Alas! it is a tale so old RUTH (1986) 147
1062 Their Name Liveth For Evermore' Their bodies are buried in peace but... Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

357 Their Warrior Forces Chimnajee [Lines in 'On the City Wall'] Their warrior forces Chimnajee SUS/BUR (1938-41)

721 Them that Takes (Makes) Cakes [Lines in 'How the Rhinoceros Got His Skin'] Them that takes cakes SUS/BUR(1938-41)

1048 There Are Whose Study is of Smells'; SEE; Translation, A There are whose study is of smells I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
588
535 There is gold in the News they call Daily'; SEE; Verse Letter to Sidney Low There is gold in the News they call Daily RUTH (1986) 469
236 There Once Was a Master Named Osborne There once was a Master named Osborne (O.R.G.)

233 There Once Was a Pekinese There once was a deuce-of-a-Peke (O.R.G.)

661.2 There Once was a Small Boy in Quebec; Or; In Quebec There was a small boy in Quebec (O.R.G.)

726.1 There Once Was a Writer Who Wrote; OR; Limerick, 'Cantab' There once was a writer who wrote (O.R.G.)

231 There once were four people at Euchre'; OR; On a Game of Euchre There once were four people at Euchre RUTH (1986) 467
796 There Runs a Road by Merrow Down; SEE; Just So Verses: Merrow Down, (I) There runs a road by Merrow Down S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
597
286.2 There was a Man whose Name was Saul [Lines in 'Mister Anthony Dawking'] There was a man whose name was Saul (O.R.G.)

232 There Was a Professor There was a professor who led (O.R.G.)


There was a small boy who was proud'; SEE; Verse Fragments and Limericks (IV) There was a small boy who was proud RUTH (1986) 458
234 There Was a Young Lady of Nassik There was a young lady of Nassik (O.R.G.)

235 There was a young man with a story There was a young man with a story (O.R.G.)


There was an Old Man in a Doolie; SEE; Two Limericks on the Madras Scandal (I) There was an old man in a doolie RUTH (1986) 345
942 There was never a Lee to Warminghurst [Lines in 'A Priest in Spite of Himself'; OR; Lines in 'Brother Square-Toes'] There was never a Lee to Warminghurst SUS/BUR(1938-41)

323 There's a District due North of the Jumnear [Lines in 'That District Log Book'] (1st Verse Item) There's a district due North of the Jumnear (O.R.G.)

1229 There's a Gentleman of France; OR; Bouvier de Brie [Heading to 'Teem - A Treasure Hunter'] There's a gentleman of France SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

325 There's a Province that's governed on tick [Lines in 'That District Log Book'] (3rd Verse Item) There's a province that's governed on tick (O.R.G.)

?78 They That Dig Foundations Deep They that dig foundations deep (O.R.G.)

682 They Took the Grandma's Blanket etc.(Disputed) They took the Grandam's blanket (O.R.G.)

450 They're as Proud as a Turkey [Lines in 'The Light that Failed'] They're proud as a turkey when they hold the ready cash SUS/BUR(1938-41)

864 Things and the Man; OR; In Memoriam - Joseph Chamberlain Oh ye who hold the written clue Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
210
1034 Thinking (Disputed) Text not available (O.R.G.)

760.1 This is a Handful of Cardamoms [Lines in 'Kim', Chapter III] This is a handful of cardamoms SUS/BUR(1938-41)

781.1 This is the Blossom of the Fruit This is the blossom of the fruit (O.R.G.)


This is the Doom of the Makers This is the Doom of the Makers (O.R.G.)

904 This is the Ocean Bright and Clear; OR; Baden-Powell on S.S. Armadale Castle (or Dunedin Castle) This is the ocean bright and blue (clear) (O.R.G.)

33 This Side the Styx Naked and shivering, how the oozy tide S.B.L.(1881), E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 85
555 Thomas Atkins; SEE; To Thomas Atkins I have made for you a song B.R.B.&O.V(1892), I.V.(1919),SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
394
891 Thorkild's Song [With 'The Knights of the Joyous Venture'] There's no wind along these seas S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
666
411 Though I was Cast Away by the King [Lines in 'One View of the Question'] Though I was (were) cast away by the King SUS/BUR(1938-41)

83.2 Though the 'Englishman' Deride It; OR; Inscription in Presentation Copy of 'Echoes' (II): Edith Macdonald; OR; Dedication (II) Though the 'Englishman' deride it RUTH (1986) 250
5 Thoughts of a Felon Awaiting Execution; SEE; Night Before, The I sneered when I heard the old priest complain S.B.L. (1881), RUTH (1986) 47
962 Thousandth Man, The [With 'Simple Simon'] One man in a thousand, Solomon says S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
529
654 Three, The [Lines in 'Outsong in the Jungle'] On the trail that thou must tread S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

607 Three-Decker, The; OR; 'The Three-Volume Novel is Extinct.' Full thirty foot she towered from waterline to rail S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
330
900 Three-Part Song, A [With ' Dymchurch Flit'] I'm just in love with all these three S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
490
1213 Threshold, The [With 'Unprofessional'] In their deepest caverns of limestone I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
782
1016 Tin Fish'; OR; Submarines; OR; Ships Destroy (Or Await) Us Above, The [Lines in 'Sea Warfare'] The ships destroy us above Poems 1929, I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
648
390 To a Thoughtful Editor Of all your literary store (O.R.G.)

82 To A.E.W.; SEE; Au Revoir What Song shall we sing to the Swallow RUTH (1986) 212
1036 To All Our People Now on Land To all our people now on land (O.R.G.)

1121 To All to Whom This Little Book May Come; SEE; Preface to Land and Sea Tales To all to whom this little book may come I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
737
921 To B. H. Walton; SEE; Summer Excursion He had sailed in the Keldonan, in the Walmer and Keafouns (O.R.G.)

730 To Captain Robley D. Evans- U.S. Navy (Later Rear-Admiral); SEE; Zogbaum Zogbaum draws with a pencil (O.R.G.)

295 To Father and Mother from Ruddy Who wrote it all by himself (O.R.G.)

730 To Fighting Bob; SEE; Zogbaum Zogbaum draws with a pencil (O.R.G.)

641 To Helen; SEE; Dolls' House, The The Villa belongs to one Helen; (O.R.G.)

474 To James Whitcomb Riley Your trail runs to the westward SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
598
1103 To Lyde of the Music Halls; SEE; Recantation, A What boots it on the Gods to call? Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
369
88 To Mr. W.C. Crofts; SEE; Inscription in a Copy of 'Echoes' And so, like most young poets, in a flush (O.R.G.)

369 To Mrs Hill from Me, A Journalist Unkempt and Inky; OR; 'I cannot write, I cannot think'; OR; Inscription in Copy of 'Wee Willie Winkie': Presented to Mrs. Hill I cannot write, I cannot think RUTH (1986) 456
369 Inscription in Copy of 'Wee Willie Winkie': Presented to Mrs. Hill; SEE; To Mrs Hill from Me, A Journalist Unkempt and Inky I cannot write, I cannot think RUTH (1986) 456

To Mrs 'Ill at Belvidere'; SEE; Inscription in Copy of 'In Black and White': Presented to Mrs. Hill To Mrs 'Ill at Belvidere' RUTH (1986) 456
90 To Mrs. ("Ted") Hill Text not available (O.R.G.)

296.1 To Mrs. Hill Would they were worthier (O.R.G.)

85 To Our First Critics Send We These; OR; Inscription in Presentation Copy of 'Echoes' (V): Miss Winnard and the Miss Craiks; OR; Dedication (V) To our first critics send we these RUTH (1986) 250
291 To Persons About to Take Furlough; OR; Lines on Buying a Railway Guide The learning of Bradshaw is wide (O.R.G.)

336 To Save Trouble True patriots, let us now begin RUTH (1986) 432
555 To T. A.; SEE; To Thomas Atkins I have made for you a song B.R.B.&O.V(1892), I.V.(1919),SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
394
319 To the Address of W.W.H [Lines in 'New Songs and Old'] Oh Hunter and Oh blower of the horn RUTH (1986) 404
693 To the City of Bombay [Dedication to 'The Seven Seas'; OR; Dedication to the City of Bombay] The Cities are full of pride S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
179
1140 To the Companions; OR; Horace, Book V, Ode 17 [With 'The United Idolators'] How comes it that, at even-tide I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
751
1216 To the Companions; SEE; Samuel Pepys Like as the Oak, whose roots descend SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
349
133 To the Foe An empire shall by thee be overthrown (O.R.G.)

1225 To the King and the Sea; SEE; King and the Sea, The After His Realms and States were moved SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
825
1105 To the Seven Watchmen; SEE; Seven Watchmen Seven Watchmen sitting in a tower Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
394
594 To the True Romance [Preface to 'Many Inventions'] Through wantonness S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
85
594 To the True Romance [Prelude to 'Many Inventions'] Thy face is far from this our war S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
85
130 To the Unknown Goddess Will you conquer my heart with your beauty, my soul going out from afar? D.D.& O.V.(1886),I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
24
676 To the West of Bilbao; SEE; Dreadnought, The There is a crack packet - crack packet of fame SUS/BUR(1938-41)

340 To These People; OR; Dedication to Professor and Mrs. S. A. Hill Peace upon Earth to people of good will' RUTH (1986) 442
555 To Thomas Atkins; OR; To Tommy Atkins; OR; To T. A. ; OR; Thomas Atkins; OR; Tommy Atkins I have made for you a song B.R.B.&O.V(1892), I.V.(1919),SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
394
555 To Tommy Atkins; SEE; To Thomas Atkins I have made for you a song B.R.B.&O.V(1892), I.V.(1919),SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
394
229 To Whom It May Concern; SEE; L'Envoi to 'Departmental Ditties' The smoke upon your Altar dies D.D.& O.V.(1886), E.V.(1900),,I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
81

To You; OR; Reminiscence, A A memory of our sojourn by the Sea RUTH (1986) 70

To You; SEE; Saint Valentine His Day Shall I sing you a festive and flippant lay? RUTH (1986) 180
1124.2 Toast, A I charge you charge your glasses - (O.R.G.)

127 Tobacco; OR; Unpublished Sonnet by Keats: To a Pipe Sweet is the Rose's scent - Tobacco's smell E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 57
982 Together'; OR; England At War; OR; Elizabeth and Her People When Horse and Rider each can trust the other every-where H.E. (1911), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
720
13.1 Told in the Dormitory (I) The merry devil of some idle mood RUTH (1986) 81
13.2 Told in the Dormitory (II) Another day brought on another night RUTH (1986) 128
13.3 Told in the Dormitory (III) An ending comes to all things, and his tale RUTH (1986) 149
459.1 Tom O' Bedlam's Song [Heading to 'The Light That Failed', Chapter XV; OR; Lines in 'The Propagation of Knowledge'] With a heart of furious fancies SUS/BUR(1938-41)

519 Tomlinson Now Tomlinson gave up the ghost at his house in Berkeley Square B.R.B.&O.V(1892), I.V.(1919),SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
360
828 Tommy Atkins; SEE; 'Service Man, The' 'Tommy' you was when it began I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
458
555 Tommy Atkins; SEE; To Thomas Atkins I have made for you a song B.R.B.&O.V(1892), I.V.(1919),SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
394
306 Tommy Dodd; SEE; 'Liberavi Animam Meam' My name is Tommy Dodd RUTH (1986) 400
828 Tommy You was when It Began; SEE; 'Service Man, The' 'Tommy' you was when it began I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
458
416 Tommy; OR; Queen's Uniform, The I went into a public-'ouse to get a pint o' beer B.R.B.&O.V(1892), I.V.(1919),SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
398
1219 To-Morrow, and To-Morrow, and To-Morrow [Lines in 'Proofs of Holy Writ'] To-morrow and to-morrow SUS/BUR(1938-41)


Toolungala Stockyard Chorus [Heading to 'Thrown Away'] And some are sulky, while some will plunge S.B.(1912),I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

372 Topsail Royal Flying Free, A [Lines in 'The Red Lamp'] A topsail royal flying free SUS/BUR(1938-41)

1214 Totem, The [With 'The Tie'] Ere the mother's milk had dried I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
773
843 Tour (Juan Before J.P.'s), The; SEE; Muse Among the Motors, The: Tour, The Thirteen as twelve my Murray always took BOMBAY EDITION (1914), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
681
296.2 Tracking of Chucker-Butti, The Let Honours, Arts, Matriculations die (O.R.G.)

1021 Trade, The' [Lines in 'Sea Warfare'] They bear, in place of classic names I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
647
184.2/403 Tragedy of Love and Death, The; SEE; Explanation, The Love and Death once ceased their strife B.R.B.&O.V(1892), I.V.(1919),SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
371
157 Tragedy of Teeth, A Lucretia Sempavee Riddens McWhone RUTH (1986) 302
659 Translation from the Esquimaux, A [Lines in 'Quiquern'] The People of the Eastern Ice, they are melting like the snow S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1048 Translation, A; OR; Ode I; OR; Ode III; OR; Horace, Bk. V. Ode 3; OR; 'There Are Whose Study is of Smells' [With 'Regulus'] There are whose study is of smells I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
588
1015 Trawlers; SEE; Mine Sweepers Dawn off the Foreland - the young flood making I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
631
920 Treatment for a Cold Heaven help the Nations of the Continent (O.R.G.)

888 Tree Song, A; OR; Song of the Tree, The; OR; A.D. 1200 Of all the trees that grow so fair S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
497
190 Trial by Assessors (Fragment of an Unpublished Drama)) Sir Assessor - Gangha Singh (O.R.G.)

147 Trial by Judge I am convinced my merits rare RUTH (1986) 286
1226 Tribute to Mrs. Kipling He's the man that wrote SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1147 Trip South, A; SEE; Friends, The I had some friends - but I dreamed that they were dead- I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
808
6.1 Trix on her Twelfth Birthday Therefore while each new day brings some new thought (O.R.G.)

301 Troopin (Part of); SEE; Barrack Room Ballad We're goin' 'ome, we're goin' 'ome (O.R.G.)

436.1 Troopin'; OR; Old English Army in the East Troopin', troopin', troopin' to the sea D.D. (1890),B.R.B.&O.V(1890), I.V.(1919),SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
420
637 Troops for Foreign Service; SEE; 'Birds of Prey' March March! The mud is cakin' good about our trousies S.S.(1896), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
432

Trouble of Curtis who Lodged in the Basement, The Ever so little to shew for it RUTH (1986) 123
725 Truce of the Bear, The Yearly, with tent and rifle, our careless white men go F.N.(1903), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
274
963 Truthful Song, A: The Bricklayer [With 'The Wrong Thing'] I tell this tale, which is strictly true S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
654
963 Truthful Song, A: The Sailor [With 'The Wrong Thing'] I tell this tale, which is stricter true S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
654

Tryst in Summer, The; SEE; Tryst, A The night comes down in rain, grey garmented RUTH (1986) 147

Tryst, A; OR; Tryst in Summer, The The night comes down in rain, grey garmented RUTH (1986) 147
980 Tudor Monarchy, The; SEE; King's Job, The Once on a time was a King anxious to understand H.E. (1911), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
718
452 Twin Joys of Mary, The; SEE; Seven Joys of Mary, The The next good joy that Mary had SUS/BUR(1938-41)

207 Two and One [Heading to 'The Rescue of Pluffles'] Thus, for a season, they fought it fair SUS/BUR(1938-41)

964 Two Cousins, The; SEE; Queen's Men, The Valour and Innocence S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
610
833 Two Kopjes; OR; Made Yeomanry Towards End of Boer War Only two African kopjes I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
470

Two Limericks on the Madras Scandal (I): There was an Old Man in a Doolie There was an old man in a doolie RUTH (1986) 345

There was an Old Man in a Doolie; SEE; Two Limericks on the Madras Scandal (I) There was an old man in a doolie RUTH (1986) 345

Two Limericks on the Madras Scandal (II): There once was a Man of Madras There once was a man of Madras RUTH (1986) 345

There once was a Man of Madras; SEE; Two Limericks on the Madras Scandal (II) There once was a man of Madras RUTH (1986) 345
42 Two Lives Two lives, one sweet and one most sad, I lead; O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 137
198.1 Two Months: June No hope, no change! The clouds have shut us in D.D.& O.V.(1886), E.V.(1900),,I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
80
198.1 Two Months: September At dawn there was a murmur in the trees D.D.& O.V.(1886), E.V.(1900),,I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
81
66 Two Players Two Players playing games against the Gods RUTH (1986) 83
449 Two Potters [Heading to 'The Light that Failed' , Chapter IX] If I have taken the common clay S.B.(1912),I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1153 Two Races; OR; World by Itself, A I seek not what his soul desires I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
812
34 Two Sides of the Medal I will into the world, I will make me a name S.B.L.(1881), E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 85
779 Two-Sided Man, The [Heading to 'Kim', Chapter VIII] Much I owe to the Lands that grew [Something I owe to the soil (land) that grew] S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
587
834 Ubique; OR; Royal Artillery There is a word you often see, pronounce it as you may I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
483
999.1 Ulster The dark eleventh hour Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
232
1003 Ulster, 1914; SEE; Covenant, The We thought we ranked above the chance of ill Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
320
89 Uncle Crom from Ruddy Uncle Crom from Ruddy (O.R.G.)

781.2 Uncollected Matter; OR; 'Verily There is No Life like Life on the Road' Verily there is no life like life on the road (O.R.G.)

1230 Underneath the Kunkar Dry [Lines in 'Quo Fata Vocant'] Underneath the kunker (kunkah) dry (O.R.G.)


Understanding One time when ashen clouds received the sun RUTH (1986) 156
148 Undertaker's Horse, The The eldest son bestrides him D.D.& O.V.(1886),I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
67
434 United Democrat, The Rejoice ye sons of progress, clasp hands and stamp the floor (O.R.G.)


Unpublished Fragment of Pope: An Amateur Our friend just hears that doggrel writing pays RUTH (1986) 57

Unpublished Fragment of Shelley Rather than this should happen, I would see RUTH (1986) 58
127 Unpublished Sonnet by Keats: To a Pipe; SEE; Tobacco Sweet is the Rose's scent - Tobacco's smell E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 57
1141 Untimely [With 'The Eye of Allah'] Nothing in life has been made by man for man's using I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
764
316.1 Up rouse ye then, my merry men [Lines in 'With Any Amazement'] Up rouse ye then, my merry men (O.R.G.)

482 Ure Quod Adorasti Where's your obedience, Biddy O'Flanagan?' (O.R.G.)

342 Utramque partem: A Ballade of Adventure When the rains are done, and our youth uprises (O.R.G.)

341.2 Utramque partem: A Ballade of Sloth When courts are closed and the Law's surprises (O.R.G.)

82 Valentine, A; SEE; Au Revoir What Song shall we sing to the Swallow RUTH (1986) 212
699 Vampire, The A fool there was and he made his prayer I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
220
299 Vanishing Figure, The Helen Montfaucon, née Snape RUTH (1986) 398
647 Veil Them, Cover Them [Lines in 'Letting in the Jungle'] Veil them, cover them, wall them round S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

54 Venus Meretrix; SEE; For a Picture This much am I to you RUTH (1986) 73
1024 Verdicts, The; OR; Jutland Not in the thick of the fight SUS/BUR(1938-41)
142
781.2 Verily There is No Life like Life on the Road'; SEE; Uncollected Matter Verily there is no life like life on the road (O.R.G.)


Verse Fragments and Limericks (I): 'She wandered round the blessed world' She wandered round the blessed world RUTH (1986) 457

She wandered round the blessed world'; SEE; Verse Fragments and Limericks (I) She wandered round the blessed world RUTH (1986) 457

Verse Fragments and Limericks (II): 'I played with a lady at Euchre' I played with a lady at Euchre RUTH (1986) 458

I played with a lady at Euchre'; SEE; Verse Fragments and Limericks (II) I played with a lady at Euchre RUTH (1986) 458

Verse Fragments and Limericks (III): 'I know a young lady from Beavor' I know a young lady from Beavor RUTH (1986) 458

I know a young lady from Beavor'; SEE; Verse Fragments and Limericks (III) I know a young lady from Beavor RUTH (1986) 458

Verse Fragments and Limericks (IV): 'There was a small boy who was proud' There was a small boy who was proud RUTH (1986) 458

There was a small boy who was proud'; SEE; Verse Fragments and Limericks (IV) There was a small boy who was proud RUTH (1986) 458

Verse Fragments and Limericks (V): 'What shall we do with a king who is dead' What shall we do with a king who is dead RUTH (1986) 458

What shall we do with a king who is dead'; SEE; Verse Fragments and Limericks (V) What shall we do with a king who is dead RUTH (1986) 458

Verse Fragments and Limericks (VI): 'And will you give me love for love' And will you give me love for love RUTH (1986) 458

And will you give me love for love'; SEE; Verse Fragments and Limericks (VI) And will you give me love for love RUTH (1986) 458
535 Verse Letter to Sidney Low; OR; 'There is gold in the News they call Daily' There is gold in the News they call Daily RUTH (1986) 469
354.1 Verse Without a Title; see; 'Imperious Wool-booted Sage' Imperious wool-booted sage RUTH (1986) 435
381.1 Verses from a Letter to Andrew Lang; OR; Mr. Haggard and Mr. Lang I reside at Table Mountain and my name is Truthful James RUTH (1986) 467
373 Verses on Fruit Plates: Apples; OR; Verses on Fruits - Apples; OR; Poems on Fruit Plates: Apples By cause of us Eden was lost RUTH (1986) 460
374 Verses on Fruit Plates: Berries; OR; Verses on Fruits - Berries; OR; Poems on Fruit Plates: Berries We be gamins of the Wood RUTH (1986) 460
375 Verses on Fruit Plates: Grapes; OR; Verses on Fruits - Grapes; OR; Poems on Fruit Plates: Grapes Wee have sett, sith Time began RUTH (1986) 460
377 Verses on Fruit Plates: Plums; OR; Verses on Fruits - Plums; OR; Poems on Fruit Plates: Plums Children of ye Garden We RUTH (1986) 460
376 Verses on Fruit Plates: The Peach; OR; Verses on Fruits - Peaches; OR; Poems on Fruit Plates: Peaches Ye Garden's royal Pride am I RUTH (1986) 460
378 Verses on Fruit Plates: The Watermelon; OR; Verses on Fruits - Watermelon; OR; Poems on Fruit Plates: Watermelon I sprawl in the sunshine and grow RUTH (1986) 460
377 Verses on Fruits - Plums; SEE; Verses on Fruit Plates: Plums Children of ye Garden We RUTH (1986) 460
373 Verses on Fruits - Apples; SEE; Verses on Fruit Plates: Apples By cause of us Eden was lost RUTH (1986) 460
374 Verses on Fruits - Berries; SEE; Verses on Fruit Plates: Berries We be gamins of the Wood RUTH (1986) 460
375 Verses on Fruits - Grapes; SEE; Verses on Fruit Plates: Grapes Wee have sett, sith Time began RUTH (1986) 460
376 Verses on Fruits - Peaches; SEE; Verses on Fruit Plates: The Peach Ye Garden's royal Pride am I RUTH (1986) 460
378 Verses on Fruits - Watermelon; SEE; Verses on Fruit Plates: The Watermelon I sprawl in the sunshine and grow RUTH (1986) 460
713 Verses on Games: Archery; OR; An Almanac of Twelve Sports: Archery The child of the Nineties consider with laughter I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

717 Verses on Games: Boxing ; OR; An Almanac of Twelve Sports: Boxing Read here the moral roundly writ I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

714 Verses on Games: Coaching; OR; An Almanac of Twelve Sports: Coaching The Pious Horse to church may trot I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

708 Verses on Games: Coursing; OR; An Almanac of Twelve Sports: Coursing Most men harry the world for fun I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

712 Verses on Games: Cricket; OR; An Almanac of Twelve Sports: Cricket Thank God who made the British Isles I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

719 Verses on Games: Final; OR; An Almanac of Twelve Sports: Final Now we must come away I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

711 Verses on Games: Fishing; OR; An Almanac of Twelve Sports: Fishing Behold a parable. A fished for B I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

716 Verses on Games: Golf; OR; An Almanac of Twelve Sports: Golf Why Golf is Art and Art is Golf I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

707 Verses on Games: Hunting; OR; An Almanac of Twelve Sports: Hunting Certes, it is a noble sport I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

706 Verses on Games: Prelude; OR; An Almanac of Twelve Sports: Prelude Here is a horse to tame I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
358
709 Verses on Games: Racing; OR; An Almanac of Twelve Sports: Racing The horse is ridden - the jockey rides I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

710 Verses on Games: Rowing; OR; An Almanac of Twelve Sports: Rowing The Pope of Rome he could not win I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

715 Verses on Games: Shooting; OR; An Almanac of Twelve Sports: Shooting Peace upon Earth, Goodwill to men' I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

718 Verses on Games: Skating; OR; An Almanac of Twelve Sports: Skating Over the ice she flies I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)


Verses on the Charleville Hotel, Mussoorie (I): 'And there were men with a thousand wants' Ande there were men with a thousand wants RUTH (1986) 451

Verses on the Charleville Hotel, Mussoorie (II): 'A burning sun in cloudless skies' A burning sun in cloudless skies RUTH (1986) 451
1144 Very Many People'; OR; Downs, the Weald, and the Marshes, (On) The [Prelude (Prologue) to 'Sea and Sussex'] On the Downs, in the Weald, on the Marshes I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
813
383/740 Very Sadly Did We Leave It [Lines in 'From Sea to Sea', Chapter XXI; OR; Heading to 'From Sea to Sea' , Chapter XXI] Very sadly did we leave it, but we gave our hearts in pledge SUS/BUR (1938-41)

909 Veterans, The; OR; 1857 - 1907 Today, across our fathers' graves Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
305
245.1 Vibart's Moralities (His Wedded Wife) Cry 'Murder!' in the market-place and each S.B.(1912),I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41),D.V.(1940)

248 Vibart's Moralities [Heading to 'Kidnapped'] There is a tide in the affairs of men I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41),D.V.(1940)

94 Viceroy's Message and the Amir's Reply, The George Samuel, Marquis of Ripon, to the Afghan Chief wrote he (O.R.G.)

1222 Victoria Centenary Celebration; SEE; Ode - Melbourne Shrine of Remembrance So long as memory, valour, and faith endure SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
189
202 Vindication of Grant Duff, The The man who digs himself a tomb RUTH (1986) 340
1142 Vineyard, The [With 'Sea Constables'] At the eleventh hour he came I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
749
330 Virginibus Puerisque; OR; Second-rate Farce, A Who shall restore us the leaves RUTH (1986) 415
1004 Virginity, The [With 'Egypt of the Magicians'] Try as he will, no man breaks wholly loose Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
353
150 Vision of Hamid Ali, The They (This) came to him by night - the ganja (ganga) burnt (Azizun of the Danri Bagh; the Pearl) RUTH (1986) 272
128 Vision of India, A Mother India, wan and thin E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 223
67 Visitation, A Text not available (O.R.G.)

156 Visitation, A; SEE; Second Wooing, The There came to me One at midnight, on golden pinions, and said RUTH (1986) 108
529 Voortrekker, The; OR; Foreloper, The; OR; Kipling's Lost Poem The gull shall whistle in his wake, the blind wave break in fire S.B.(1912), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
555

Voyage, A Our galley chafes against the Quay RUTH (1986) 157
835 Wage-Slaves, The Oh glorious are the guarded heights I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
308
522.1 War-Cry of his State, The [Lines in 'The Naulahka, Chapter XXI] It is not wealth, nor rank, nor state SUS/BUR(1938-41)

307 Was gay - night and day'; SEE; New Songs and Old (I) Was gay - night and day (O.R.G.)

1170 Waster, The From the date that the doors of his prep-school close SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
525
129 Way Down the Ravi River' I wandered by the riverside E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986) 197
965 Way Through the Woods, The [With 'Marklake Witches'] They shut the way through the woods S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
490
335 Way Uv Ut, The' I met wid ould Mulvaney an' he tuk me by the hand RUTH (1986) 431
14 Waytinge (Title duplicated) Waytinge! wearilie waytinge RUTH (1986) 83

Waytinge (Title duplicated) Doubte not that Pleasure cometh in the End RUTH (1986) 69
1143 We and They [With 'A Friend of the Family'] Father, Mother, and Me I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
763
516 Wearing of the Green, The [Lines in 'Namgay Doola'] They're hanging men and women too (Dir hane mard-I-yemen dir) SUS/BUR(1938-41)

745 Wearing of the Green, The; SEE; St. Patrick's Day Oh Terence dear and did you hear the news that going round SUS/BUR(1938-41)

458 We'll Never Come Back Any More, Boys [Lines in 'The Light that Failed', Chapter XIV] We'll never come back any more, boys SUS/BUR(1938-41)

513 We'll Sound The Jubilee [Lines in 'The Mutiny of the Mavericks'] We'll sound the jubilee from the centre to the sea SUS/BUR(1938-41)

385 Well-known Character, A It matters not a single jot whate'er the topic be (O.R.G.)

643 We're Going to Do Without Them; OR; 'E's Going to Do Without Them [Lines in 'The Brushwood Boy'] (Disputed) E's (we're) goin' to do without 'em SUS/BUR(1938-41)

876 Wet Litany, The [With 'Their Lawful Occasions'] When the waters' countenance S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
659
974 What Dane-Geld Means; SEE; Dane-Geld (A.D. 980-1016) It is always a temptation to an armed and agile nation H.E. (1911), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
712
413 What Did the Colonel's Lady Think? [Lines in 'The Ladies'] What did the colonel's lady think? SUS/BUR(1938-41)

284 What Happened Hurree Chunder Mookerjee, pride of Bow Bazaar D.D.& O.V.(1886), E.V.(1900),,I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
15
407 What it Came To Eight of the Land League's sacred band (O.R.G.)

155 What makes my heart to throb and glow?; SEE; From the Hills Skin may be scorching, and brain may be batter RUTH (1986) 189
618 What of the Hunting [Lines in 'Tiger! Tiger!'] What of the hunting, hunter bold? S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

418 What Sir William Thinks Admiral C. is a sensible man (O.R.G.)

260 What the People Said; OR; Jubilee Ode; OR; Punjab Peasant's Point of View; OR; And the Ploughman Settled the Share; OR; In a Good Season ; OR; Corn and Cattle; OR; By theWell Where the Buffaloes Go By the well, where the bullocks go D.D.& O.V.(1886), E.V.(1900),,I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
66

What the Young Man's Heart said to Him Break, ah Break! RUTH (1986) 158
481 What Would You Think What would you think, my liberal dupes (O.R.G.)

997 When a Woman Kills a Chicken, Dynasties and Empires Sicken' [Lines in 'As Easy as A.B.C.'] (Disputed) When a Woman kills a Chicken SUS/BUR(1938-41)

527 When Earth's Last Picture is Painted; OR; L'Envoi to 'Barrack--Room Ballads'; OR; Dedication to 'Soldiers Three'; OR; L'Envoi to 'The Seven Seas' When Earth's last picture is painted and the tubes are twisted and dried I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
226
1110.1 When Ollie Sings When Ollie sings, the amorous Cat (O.R.G.)

557 When 'Omer Smote 'Is Bloomin' Lyre' When 'Omer smote 'is bloomin' lyre B.R.B.&O.V(1892), I.V.(1919),SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
351

When the decks were very silent'; SEE; Les Amours de Voyage 2 When the decks were very silent RUTH (1986) 174
917 When the Great Ark' When the Great Ark, in Vigo Bay S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
553
1011 When the Master Gunner Died; SEE; Lord Roberts He passed in the very battle-smoke Y.B. (1919), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
204
456 When We Go-Go-Go- Away from Here [Lines in 'The Light that Failed' Chapter XII] When we go-go-go away from her SUS/BUR(1938-41)

1019 Where the East Wind is Brewed Fresh; SEE; North Sea Patrol, The Where the East wind is brewed fresh and fresh every morning I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
665

Where the Shoe Pinches The pain of parting - once and once again RUTH (1986) 140
550 Whiffenpoof Song, The; SEE; Gentlemen-Rankers To the legion of the lost ones, to the cohort of the damned B.R.B.&O.V(1892), I.V.(1919),SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
424
995 While Far Below the Roundhead Rode and Hummed a Surly Hymn [Lines in 'A History of England', Chapter VIII] While far below the Roundhead(s) rode SUS/BUR(1938-41)

703 White Horses Where run your colts at pasture? F.N.(1903), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
145
729 White Man's Burden, The Take up the White Man's burden- F.N.(1903), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
323
749 White Man's Song, The; SEE; Song of the White Men, A Now, this is the cup the White Men drink I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
282
303.1 Who Are They that Bluff and Blow [Heading to 'The "Kingdom" of Bombay' ] Who are they that bluff and blow among the mud-banks of their harbour? RUTH (1986) 399
1228 Who Having Found a Ruby Will Tell (Where He Found it)?; OR; Who, Having Bought Red Glass with (His) Blood, Will Tell how He was Cheated? [Lines in 'Foreword to the Publisher'] Who having found a Ruby SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

84 Who is the Public I Write For?; OR; Inscription in Presentation Copy of 'Echoes' (I): The Mater; OR; Dedication (I); OR; Inscription to The Mater from Ruddy Who is the Public I write for? RUTH (1986) 250
1228 Who, Having Bought Red Glass with (His) Blood, Will Tell how He was Cheated?; SEE; Who Having Found a Ruby Will Tell (Where He Found it)? Who having found a Ruby SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

1108 Why Gird at Lollius; SEE; Lollius Why gird at Lollius if he care SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
800
432 Widow at Windsor, The Ave you 'eard o' the Widow at Windsor B.R.B.&O.V(1892), I.V.(1919),SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
413
459.2 Widower, The [Heading to 'The Light That Failed', Chapter XII] For a season there must be pain I.V.(1919),SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
613
558 Widow's Party, The Where have you been this while away B.R.B.&O.V(1892), I.V.(1919),SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
421
836 Wilful-Missing'; OR; Deserters of the Boer War There is a world outside the one you know I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
482
975 William (the Conqueror's)Work (Song); SEE; Anvil, The (Norman Conquest 1066) England's on the anvil - hear the hammers ring H.E. (1911), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
713
975 Willliam's Work; SEE; Anvil, The (Norman Conquest 1066) England's on the anvil - hear the hammers ring H.E. (1911), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
713
318 Winners, The; OR; Moral, The; OR; L'Envoi to The Story of the Gadsbys What is the moral? Who rides may read S.B.(1912),I.V.(1919), SUS/BUR (1938-41),D.V.(1940)
530
780 Wishing Caps, The Life's all getting and giving S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
628
277 Witching of Teddy O'Neal, The Teddy O'Neal went up the Hill RUTH (1986) 384
35 With a Cigar Holder By bearer I beg to remit (O.R.G.)


With a Fan to the Mother This is a fan for my mother RUTH (1986) 351

With a Locket What can I send to a sweet little sister RUTH (1986) 186
702 With a Michnai Ghignai' [Lines in '.007'] With a michnai-ghignai-shtingal! Yah! Yah! Yah! SUS/BUR(1938-41)


With a Study Chair to the Pater Tell mee where is Fancie bred RUTH (1986) 351
981 With Drake in the Tropics (A.D. 1580) South and far south below the Line H.E. (1911), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
719
926.1 With Mirth Thou Pretty Bird; SEE; Old English Song With mirth, thou pretty bird, rejoice SUS/BUR(1938-41)

559 With Scindia to Delhi The wreath of banquet overnight lay withered on the neck B.R.B.&O.V(1892), I.V.(1919),SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
250
1015 With 'The Auxiliaries II'; SEE; Mine Sweepers Dawn off the Foreland - the young flood making I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
631
329 With the Main Guard [Lines in 'With the Main Guard'] If any young man should marry you SUS/BUR (1938-41)


Woking Necropolis; SEE; Severance Plight my troth to the dead, Love? RUTH (1986) 158

Wooing of the Sword, The What will ye give me for a heart? RUTH (1986) 142
92 Wop of Asia, that Lordly Beast, The; OR; Inscription in Presentation Copy of 'Echoes' (VI): Margaret Burne-Jones; OR; Dedication (VI) ; OR; Inscription to Margaret Burne-Jones from Ruddy and Trix The Wop of Asia - that lordly Beast RUTH (1986) 250
922 Word-Picture Puzzle; OR; Picture Puzzle, A Dear Walton, your mullet (O.R.G.)

1153 World by Itself, A; SEE; Two Races I seek not what his soul desires I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
812
39.1 Worst of It, The; SEE; Jam-Pot, The The Jam-pot - tender thought E.V.(1900), O.B. (1900), D.L.(1900), SUS/BUR(1938-41), RUTH (1986)

91 Written at School, R.K. Text not available (O.R.G.)

840 XVIth Circuit; SEE; Muse Among the Motors, The: Progress of the Spark, The This spark now set, retarded, yet forbears BOMBAY EDITION (1914), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
680
77.2 Ye Ghosts of Desmarets Yet I linger for a moment (O.R.G.)


Ye Printer's Devil, Verie Wise' Ye Printer's Devil, very wyse RUTH (1986) 352
501 Ye Towers O' Julia [Lines in 'Brugglesmith'] An' yon's the grave as narrow as my bed SUS/BUR(1938-41)

501 Ye Towers O' Julia [Lines in 'Brugglesmith'] Sweet Thames run softly till I end my song SUS/BUR(1938-41)

501 Ye Towers O' Julia [Lines in 'Brugglesmith'] Ye Towers o' Julia, London's lasting wrong SUS/BUR(1938-41)

625 You Can Work It Out in Fractions [Lines in 'Her Majesty's Servants'] You can work it out by Fractions or by simple Rule of Three S.B.(1913), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)

317 You Don't Want to Fight [Lines in 'The Swelling of Jordan' ] You don't want to fight SUS/BUR(1938-41)

465 Young British Soldier, The When the 'arf-made recruity goes out to the East B.R.B.&O.V(1892), I.V.(1919),SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)
416
757 Young Queen, The; OR; Commonwealth of Australia, The Her hand was still on her sword-hilt, the spur was still on her heel F.N.(1903), I.V. (1919), SUS/BUR(1938-41), D.V. (1940)
187
415 Youth's Daring Spirit, Manhood's Fire [Lines in 'The Courting of Dinah Shadd'] Youth's daring spirit, manhood's fire SUS/BUR (1938-41), D.V.(1940)

1023 Zion; OR; 'Doorkeepers of Zion, The' The Doorkeepers of Zion SUS/BUR(1938-41)
91
730 Zogbaum; OR; To Fighting Bob; OR; To Captain Robley D. Evans- U.S. Navy (Later Rear-Admiral) Zogbaum draws with a pencil (O.R.G.)