|John Bartlett, comp. (18201905). Familiar Quotations, 10th ed. 1919.|
|Go by, the silent stars, 791.
call a coach, 285.
call it madness, 456.
cant remember how they, 778.
dine and dress, let the world, 611.
down to the sea in ships, 1015.
forget me, 563.
forth under the open sky, 572.
his halves, Ill, 958.
into it baldheaded, 735.
little booke, 6.
lovely rose, 220.
no more a-roving, 553.
on forever, but I, 670.
poor devil get thee gone, 378.
shall I bid her, 406.
small I know but wherever I, 750.
soul the bodys guest, 25.
that the devil drives, 18.
to grass, 198.
to the ant thou sluggard, 1017.
we know not where, 48.
where glory waits thee, 519.
where he will the wise man, 617.
whither thou goest I will, 1006.
with fainting steps they, 398.|
|Goads, words of the wise as, 1024.|
|Goal, do not turn back just at the, 897, 915.
faltering feet come surest to the, 834.
of ill, final, 675.
the grave is not its, 638.
ye win, till the, 686.|
|Gobble, for I, 998.|
|Gobble-uns ll git you, 833.|
|Goblet, found growing on the wild, 635.
|Goblin damned, 130.|
|God a necessary Being, 266.
a zeal of, 1036.
above or man below, 315.
all mercy is a God unjust, 308.
Almighty first planted a garden, 167.
Almightys gentlemen, 268.
alone was to be seen in heaven, 553.
an animal immortal, 950.
an atheist half believes a, 308.
an attribute to, 64.
an honest, 784.
and do the right, trust in, 702.
and Mammon, cannot serve, 1030.
and nature with actors fill, 194.
and woman, faith in, 775.
and your native land, 561.
answers sudden on some prayers, 659.
as lightning does the will of, 538.
assumes the, 271.
at all, who think not, 242.
attribute to, 64.
be for us, if, 1040.
beginning mean and end, 721.
bless no harm in blessing, 351.
bless the king, 351.|
|God bless the man who first, 720.
bless us all, 351.
blesses still the generous, 650.
bosom of his, 386.
bosom of, the seat of the law, 31.
builds a church to, 322.
built a church to, 415.
but surely, endures forever, 738.
called mind fate and Jupiter, 950.
calm on the bosom of thy, 570.
conscious water saw its, 258.
could hardly love and be wise, a, 894.
could have made a better berry, 157.
dear to, and famous to all ages, 254.
declare the glory of, 1011.
devote ourselves to, 703.
disposes, man proposes but, 7.
doorkeeper in the house of my, 1013.
dreadful as the Manichean, 421.
due reverence to, 170.
erects a house of prayer, wherever, 286.
eternal years of, 573.
every common bush afire with, 659.
every, did seem to set his seal, 140.
excellent angler now with, 208.
farthest from, 283.
fast by the oracle of, 223.
favours the heaviest battalions, 987.
fear of, before their eyes, 1036.
feared, and eschewed evil, 1008.
fills him, the fire of, 679.
first planted a garden, 167.
follows nature up to natures, 304.
fools call nature what I call, 712.
freedom to worship, 570.
friendship is as, 847.
from thee we spring, great, 367.
from whom all blessings flow, 278.
fulfils himself in many ways, 681.
further from, 12.
gave the increase, 1037.
give each moment to, 359.
give us men time demands, 730.
give us peace not such as lulls, 739.
gives us love, 667.
gives virtue to every man, 421.
gives wind by measure, 206.
glad that he thanks, 370.
grace is given of, 727.
grace of, to man, 861.
grant you find one face, 729.
greater than, 793.
had I but served my, 100.
had made, as if some lesser, 681.
had sifted three kingdoms, 646.
has given you one face, 136.
has not the figure of man, 951.
hath a temple, where, 192.
hath joined together, 1032.
hath made man upright, 1023.
hath made them so, 301.
hath made this world so fair, 497.
hes true to, whos true to man, 733.
heavens declare the glory of, 1011.|