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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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Fancy’s course, impediments in, 74.
land, a moonlight traveler in, 849.
maze, wandered long in, 328.
meteor ray, misled by, 447.
rays the hills adorning, 447.
Fanes quiver in the air, 610.
Fanny, Lord, spins, 328.
Fanny’s way, pretty, 305.
Fantail, pouter tumbler and, 605.
Fantasies, no figures nor no, 111.
our lightest, 731.
thousand, begin to throng, 243.
Fantasy, nothing but vain, 105.
Fantasy’s hot fire, 488.
Fantastic, alike, if too new or old, 324.
as a woman’s mood, 492.
fickle fierce and vain, 491.
if too new or old alike, 324.
summer’s heat, 81.
terrors never felt before, 656.
toe, light, 248.
toys, painted trifles and, 391.
tricks, plays such, 48.
Fantastical, not in fashion is, 191.
Fantastically carved, 90.
Far above the great, 382.
amid the melancholy main, 357.
and few are the lands, 703.
as angels’ ken, 223.
as the breeze can bear, 550.
as the solar walk, 315.
away, my soul to-day is, 751.
away, owes its charm to the, 631.
back through creeks and inlets, 727.
beneath the good how, 382.
beneath the tainted foam, 578.
down beneath the wild commotion, 700.
far beneath the noise of, 700.
from gay cities, 345.
from home, and I am, 607.
from mortal cares, 534.
from the lips we love, 521.
from the madding crowd, 385.
he seems so near and yet so, 676.
illusive dream, a, 767.
in the stillness a cat, 829.
less sweet to live, 521.
off his coming shone, 236.
on the ringing plains, 668.
on the wild raging sea, 590.
out of reach, the sky, 743.
press not a falling man too, 99.
stretched greatness, 27.
till near and, ray on ray, 713.
when seen from, 664.
Farce is done, the, 956.
played by kings and republics, 963.
Fardels bear, who would, 136.
Fare, brown bread and the gospel is good, 283.
eight-cent, 796.
thee well and if forever, 552.
thee well, isle of beauty, 589.
when you receive a, 796.
you well, old house, 825.
Fared worse, further and, 17.
Farewell a long farewell, 99.
Farewell a word that must be, 548.
and looks around to say, 697.
bade the world, 513.
content, 154.
forever and forever, 115.
goes out sighing, 102.
happy fields, 223.
hope fear remorse, 231.
I am called, 769.
I’m bidding you a long, 638.
I only feel farewell, 539.
if ever fondest prayer, 539.
mercy sighed, 551.
that fatal word, 551.
the neighing steed, 154.
the plumed troop, 154.
the tranquil mind, 154.
to all my greatness, 99.
to every fear, I’ll bid, 303.
to Lochaber, 859.
to thee Araby’s daughter, 526.
wave their hands for a mute, 749.
Farewells to the dying, 642.
Far-heard whisper, 498.
Far-hidden heart of the mountains, 767.
Farm, each reaps on his own, 887.
moderate sized, 879.
of the world, 507.
Farmer, I have fed like a, 293.
Farmers, embattled, 615.
Farmer’s daughter hath soft brown hair, 778.
Far-off bells, 790.
divine event, one, 677.
things, old unhappy, 473.
touch of greatness, some, 679.
unattained and dim, 731
Farther from God near the church, 283.
off from heaven, 592.
Farthing candle to the sun, 311.
Fascinate, blandishments will not, 436.
Fascination of a name, 422.
youth full of grace force, 743.
Fashion, bravery never goes out of, 698.
fantastical that is not in, 191.
garment out of, 160.
glass of, 136.
high Roman, 159.
of a new doublet, carving the, 51.
of his hat, his faith the, 50.
of these times, 67.
of this world passeth away, 1037.
out of the world as out of, 296.
the world’s new, 54.
wears out more apparel, 52.
Fashions, in words as with, 324.
Fashion’s brightest arts, 398.
Fashionable topics, 402.
Fashioned as the artist wills, be, 691.
so slenderly, 595.
us holler, providence, 735.
Fashioneth their hearts alike, 1011.
Fast and loose, 55.
as he can, fine and as, 609.
 

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