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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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Glooms, the beetle booms adown the, 833.
Gloomy and peculiar, 865.
as night he stands, 345.
Glorie, thin be the, 3.
Glories float between earth and heaven, 631.
in the dust shall lay, 337.
like glow-worms, 181.
of our blood and state, 209.
past, all their, 561.
Glorified candy, 509.
Glorify, a God to, 860.
himself, malign opponent and, 626.
what else is damned, 354.
Glorious and free, 522.
by all that’s good and, 554.
by my pen, 257.
by my sword, 257.
concentration of courage, 994.
eye shines on me still, thy, 613.
in a pipe, tobacco, 555.
in arms, 55.
morning, full many a, 161.
song of old, that, 695.
summer, 95.
Tam was, 451.
uncertainty of the law, 350.
war, circumstance of, 154.
works, these are thy, 235.
Gloriously drunk, 421.
Glory, air of, walking in an, 263.
and good of art, 712.
and grace, 857.
and peace, he died in, 571.
and shame of the universe, 985.
and the dream, 477.
breathes, no keener hunter after, 679.
but his country’s good, no, 571.
desire of, 933.
dies not, the, 862.
do not seek, 460.
excess of, obscured, 225.
first in place first in, 344.
from defect arise, so may a, 711.
from his gray hairs gone, 649.
full meridian of my, 99.
full-orbed, 507.
go where, waits thee, 519.
guards with solemn round, 866.
his food was, 606.
hoary head is a crown of, 1018.
honour praise and, 303.
in a sea of, 99.
is in their shame, whose, 1039.
jest and riddle of the world, 317.
leads the way, 281.
left him alone with his, 563.
no path of flowers lead to, 983.
no sound can awake him to, 623.
not hate but, 338.
nothing so expensive as, 460.
of a capacious mind, 342.
of a creditor, 46.
of an April day, the uncertain, 44.
of God, heavens declare the, 1011.
of the coming of the Lord, 747.
Glory of the Creator, 169.
of the fray, 846.
of the stars, 835.
of the sun will be dimmed, 828.
of the times, were the, 1029.
of the winning, 772.
of this world, vain pomp and, 99.
one shame and one, 735.
or the grave, rush to, 515.
passed from the earth, 477.
path of duty the way to, 671.
paths of, lead to the grave, 384.
peep into, 264.
pursue, and generous shame, 382.
Rome in the height of her, 533.
set the stars of, 573.
share the, the many’s eyes, 104.
shows the way, 281.
sons of France, awake to, 990.
that was Greece, 656.
that we wrestle so, oh, 665.
the robings of, 766.
this, and this grief, 741.
this gain of our best, 39.
to God in the highest, 1033.
to wandering eyes, gladness and 623.
track the steps of, 552.
trailing clouds of, 477.
trod the ways of, 100.
vain pomp and, 99.
visions of, 383.
waits ye, this goin’ ware, 735.
what a strange, burst, 848.
who pants for, 329.
who walked in, 470.
with a, in His bosom, 748.
Glory’s lap, low they lie in, 496.
morning gate, 694.
page, rank thee upon, 518.
thrill is o’er, 519.
who sleep on, brightest, 580.
Gloss of art, than all the, 398.
Glove, hand and, 413.
O that I were a, 105.
Glow changeless through joy, 611.
my heart has learned to, 346.
Glows in every heart, 310.
in the stars, 316.
with one resentment, 339.
Glowered amazed and curious, 451.
Glowing like chrysophrase, 635.
more fervent, 827.
Glow-worm lend thee her eyes, 202.
shows the matin to be near, 132.
Glow-worms, glories like, 181.
Glozed the tempter, 239.
Gluts twice ten thousand, 577.
Gluttony, swinish, 246.
Glynn, the wide sea-marshes of, 817.
Gnat, strain at a, 1032.
Go ahead, be sure you are right then, 1044.
and do thou likewise, 1034.
and I’ll not, 792.
boldly forth my simple lay, 437.
bow thy head in gentle spite, 755.
by, must ye, 790.
 

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