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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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Face divine, human, 230.
excuse in her, 239.
familiar with her, 317.
features of my father’s, 552.
finer form or lovelier, 490.
garden in her, there is a, 871.
give me a look give me a, 178.
God grant you find one, 729.
God has given you one, 136.
hides a shining, 423.
hills of manhood a noble, 664.
in his morning, 397.
in many a solitary place, 468.
in my poor lean lank, 660.
in the moon, 952.
in the sweat of thy, 1004.
is as a book, 117.
it, fearlessly, 780.
labour bears a lovely, 182.
like a benediction, 971.
like a blessing, 971.
like the milky way, 256.
look in my, 769.
look on her, and you’ll forget, 325.
magic of a, 200.
man had fixed his, as if the, 468.
mind’s construction in the, 117.
music breathing from her, 550.
music of her, 259.
never cie did see that, 23.
no odious furrows in my, 445.
nose on a man’s face, 44, 192, 958, 971.
nose upon his, 415.
ocean on whose awful, 635.
o’er which a thousand shadows go, 486.
of heaven, 823.
of heaven so fine, 107.
of joy we wear a, 471.
of terror, a, 835.
of the dead, on the, 766.
one beloved, on earth, 552.
pardoned all except her, 559.
princely counsel in his, 227.
saw the manners in the, 367.
shining morning, 69.
shyned bright, her angels, 27.
some awful moment, 476.
spit in my, 84.
stirred with her dream, 558.
ten commandments in your, 93.
that launched a thousand ships, 41.
that makes simplicity a grace, 178.
that’s anything but gay, a, 697.
to feel the mist in my, 711.
transmitter of a foolish, 354.
truth has such a, 269.
umbered, see the other’s, 92.
visit her, too roughly, 128.
wave with dimpled, 867.
Faces, death an angel with two, 835.
dusk, with turbans, 240.
in, of men and women I see God, 742.
none alike, 218.
of the poor, grind the, 1025.
sea of upturned, 493, 531.
that he hath not seen, 834.
Faces, the old familiar, 509.
those angel, smile, 607.
Facility of the octosyllabic verse, 550.
Facing fearful odds, 604.
Fack can’t be no longer disgised, 787.
Fact, nobler than any, 651.
the ugly, 776.
Facts and the laws, 859.
and told each other, 825.
angularity of, 618.
are stubborn things, 392, 986.
for poor men’s, 36.
imagination for his, 443.
Faction gagged and bound, clamorous, 788.
Faculties, benumbs all his, 369.
hath borne his, 118.
our, work together in harmony, 826.
to bear every event, 928.
Faculty divine, visions and, 479.
every, contemplates certain things, 930.
infinite in, 134.
that forms thy judgment, 936.
Fade, all that’s bright must, 522.
as a leaf, we all do, 1027.
away, in sleep they, 685.
away, which was the first to, 778.
dazzle as they, 492.
gods, 814.
made to, and fall away, 653.
may flourish or may, 396.
nothing of him that doth, 42.
thy eternal summer shall not, 161.
Fades a summer cloud, so, 434.
in his eye, 298.
Faded flower, ’t is but a little, 766.
like the morning dew, 513.
on the crowing of the cock, 127.
things, we fondly cherish, 823.
Fading are the joys we dote upon, 281.
bowers summer stands, in her, 763.
honours of the dead, 487.
in music, a swan-like end, 63.
never, serenity of countenance, 299.
when all fair things are, 588.
Faery elves whose midnight revels, 225.
lands forlorn, 575.
Fagot, gone smiling to the, 798.
Fagots and fagots, there are, 983.
Fail, if this, 245.
if we should, 118.
no such word as, 631.
nor fall, never to, 931.
not ashamed to, 366.
not for sorrow, 686.
of win, and all I, 651.
they never, who die in a great cause,555.
we will not, 118.
world’s course will not, 757.
Fails, oft expectation, 73.
Failed of act, my wish that, 651.
sunrise never, 792.
the bright promise, 535.
who strove and who, 746.
 

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