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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
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Force is no remedy, 700.
knowledge more than equivalent to, 368.
mightiest practical, 826.
more by art than, 341.
of beauty, seems right by, 659.
of nature, 271.
of temporal power, 64.
shall have spent its novel, 669.
to shape it, but had not, 681.
who overcomes by, 225.
youth full of grace, fascination, 743.
Forces, opposing and enduring, 607.
Forced by fate, 274.
from their homes, 395.
Forcible are right words, 1008.
Feeble, 89.
Forcibly if we must, 516.
Fordoes me quite, makes me or, 156.
Forefathers had no other books, 94.
of the hamlet, 384.
our rude, 778.
think of your, 458.
Forefinger of all time, 672.
of an alderman, 104.
Foregone conclusion, 155.
Forehead lowers, instantly your, 377.
of the morning sky, 248.
of the skies, 967.
the godlike, 486.
Foreheads villanous low, 43.
Foreign aid of ornament, 356.
hands, by, 335.
Foreigners spell better, 796.
Foreknowledge absolute, 228.
will and fate, 228.
Forelock, from his parted, 232.
time by the, 30.
Foremost fighting fell, 542.
files of time, 669.
man of all this world, 114.
Foresaw, sees what he, 476.
Foresees, till all that it, it finds, 647.
Forespent night of sorrow, 258.
Forest by slow stream, 504.
flowers of the, 393.
met a fool in the, 67.
primeval, this is the, 642.
the leaves, sweeps from the, 715.
Forests are rended, when, 493.
Foresters, Diana’s, 82.
Foretold by prophet-bards, 695.
Forever and a day, 71.
and forever farewell, 115.
and on earth will, be, 583.
bright, a quenchless star, 596.
dear forever kind, 340.
death and that vast, 727.
fallen, arise or be, 224.
fare thee well, 552.
fortune wilt thou prove, 358.
from the land he loved, stains, 788.
God is not mocked, 811.
his time is, 260.
honoured, forever mourned, 341.
known, to be, 260.
now and, 533.
singing as they shine, 300.
Forever still forever, 552.
that no man lives, 806.
thou art gone and, 491.
’t is a single word, 778.
true friend, a friend, 760.
upward, 857.
yesterday and to-day and, 1040.
Forfeit, all the souls that were, were, 47.
fair renown, 488.
Forgave the offence, 273.
Forget all time, with thee, 233.
and forgive, 148.
and smile, 777.
as to, what human frailty, 579.
at times with advantage, 895.
bid me, 844.
but I’ll not, you darling, 638.
can this fond heart, 589.
courage to, 777.
dream that I, 805.
expedient sometimes to, 895.
good to forgive best to, 713.
knew we should both, 806.
lest we, 852.
me, go, 563.
men’s names, 68.
my sovereign, when I, 426.
never never can, 587.
nor, that sunrise never failed, 792.
old Ireland, I’ll not, 638.
taught me at last to, thee, 869.
that I remember, 805.
the human race, that I might, 547.
thee never till nature, 685.
thee O Jerusalem, 1016.
thou shalt not, 844.
thyself to marble, 249.
Forgets herself and all her loves, 685.
the truly loved never, 520.
Forgetful, be not, to entertain strangers, 1040.
Forgetfulness, not in entire, 477.
of grief, 790.
prey to dumb, 385.
steep my senses in, 89.
sweets of, 428.
Forget-me-nots of the angels, 642.
Forgetting, a sleep and a, 477.
could be willed, with me if, 772.
more and more, 772.
the world, 333.
Forgive, best to forget, good to, 713.
divine to, 325.
forget and, 148.
our enemies, 171.
our friends, 171.
the crime, 464.
Forgiven by Christ in heaven, the sin, 723.
Forgiveness, awkwardness has no, 620.
is better than revenge, 944.
to the injured, 275.
Forgot, and all the rest, 161.
as soon as shed, 381.
by the world, 333.
for which he toiled, 161.
in the hatred of a minute, 654.
 

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