|John Bartlett (18201905). Familiar Quotations, 10th ed. 1919.|
|Coventry Kearsey Deighton Patmore. (18231896)|
| The sunshine dreaming upon Salmons height|
Is not so sweet and white
As the most heretofore sin-spotted Soul
That darts to its delight
Straight from the absolution of a faithful fight.
| Life is not life at all without delight.|
| Victory in Defeat.|
| To have nought|
Is to have all things without care or thought!
| Legem Tuam Dilexi.|
| For want of me the worlds course will not fail;|
When all its work is done the lie shall rot;
The truth is great and shall prevail
When none cares whether it prevail or not.
| Magna est Veritas.|
| None thrives for long upon the happiest dream.|
| Tired Memory.|
| The flower of olden sanctities.|
|Edward Hazen Parker, M.D. (18231896)|
| Lifes race well run,|
Lifes work well done,
Lifes victory won,
Now cometh rest.
| Funeral Ode on James A. Garfield.|