|John Bartlett, comp. (18201905). Familiar Quotations, 10th ed. 1919.|
|Hill, had climbed the highest, 861.
king of France went up the, 872.
of dream, 837.
on every, they lie, 634.
on the customed, 386.
over the, to the poor-house, 825.
that skirts the down, 428.
yon high eastward, 127.|
|Hills ancient as the sun, 572.
and valleys dales and fields, 40.
cattle upon a thousand, 1012.
craggy, and running streams, 653.
far across the, they went, 670.
happy, pleasing shade, 381.
hewn on Norwegian, 224.
in melancholy gold, bathe the, 613.
look over on the south, 841.
of manhood wear a noble, 664.
of snow, hide those, 49, 184.
of the stormy north, 571.
over the, and far away, 348, 670.
peep oer hills, 323.
praise be to you O, 846.
rock-ribbed and ancient, 572.
strong amid the, 664.
the, are full of marble, 792.
to the reverberate, 75.
where spices grow, 302.
whose heads touch heaven, 150.|
|Hillside, conduct ye to a, 253.|
|Hill-tops far away, oer the, 831.|
|Him, from, that hath not, 1033.
no high no low to, 316.
of the western dome, 268.
that was the truth, by, 684.
who made us, eye of, 691.|
|Himself a host, 337.
from God he could not free, 614.|
|Hind mated by the lion, 73.
rational, Costard, 54.|
|Hinders needle and thread, 594.|
|Hindmost, devil take the, 211.|
|Hindrance and a help, 472.|
|Hinge nor loop, 154.|
|Hinges, golden, moving, 236.
grate harsh thunder, 229.
pregnant, of the knee, 137.|
|Hint a fault, just, 327.
to speak, it was my, 150.
upon this, I spake, 151.|
|Hip and thigh, smote them, 1006.
have ye him on the, 18.
I have you on the, 65.|
|Hippocrene, blushful, 575.|
|Hire, labourer is worthy of his, 1034.|
|His faith might be wrong, 260.
requiring taught, truth at, 650.
smile is sweetened by gravity, 729.
terrible swift sword, 747.
time is forever, 260.
truth is marching on, 747.|
|Hiss for the fly, the Lord shall, 1025.|
|Historian of my countrys woes, 342.
poet naturalist and, 367.|
|Histories make men wise, 168.|
|History, anything but, 304.
bloom upon the stock of, 486.|
|History, dignity of, 304, 603.
ever hear by tale or, 57.
every great crisis of human, 758.
hath triumphed over time, 26.
he has invented, 987.
in a nations eyes, 385.
is philosophy teaching by examples, 304.
is the essence of innumerable, 583.
must be false, 304.
picture of human crimes, 987.
portance in my travels, 150.
rattling good, 816.
register of crimes, 430.
repeats itself, 1000.
strange eventful, 69.
truth of anything by, 910.
what is her, 75.
while we read, we make, 758.
with all her volumes, 546.|
|Historys page, names inscribed in, 726.|
|Hit, a very palpable, 145.
the nail on the head, 183.|
|Hits the mark, 161.|
|Hitch your wagon to a star, 620.|
|Hitches in a rhyme, 328.|
|Hitherto shalt thou come, 1009.|
|Hive for bees, his helmet a, 25.|
|Hiving wisdom, 544.|
|Hoar antiquity, ways of, 403.|
|Hoard is little but our hearts, our, 678.
of maxims preaching, 669.|
|Hoarding went to hell, for his, 95.|
|Hoarse rough verse, 324.|
|Hoarseness of his note, 423.|
|Hoary head is a crown of glory, 1018.
my days but dull and, 264.|
|Hobby-horse is forgot, 138.|
|Hobgoblin, consistency is a, 618.|
|Hobsons choice, 1049.|
|Hocus-pocus science, 350.|
|Hoe, tickle the earth with a, 612.|
|Hoels harp, to high-born, 383.|
|Hog in Epicurus sty, fattest, 393.|
|Hogs eat acorns, greater ease than, 210.|
|Hoist with his own petar, 141.|
|Hold a candle, 351.
an hours converse, 775.
enough, cries, 126.
fast that which is good, 1039.
high converse, 356.
his peace hereafter, forever, 1042.
makes nice of no vile, 79.
me to your deep breast, 794.
scepter of rule is the spade I, 660.
the fleet angel, 362.
the fort I am coming, 867.
the mirror up to nature, 137.
thou the good, 675.
to have and to, 1042.
to thine ear, 793.
with the hare, 12.|
|Holds fast the golden mean, 424.
in itself the seed, 647.
some joy of silence, 865.|
|Hole, Cæsar might stop a, 144.|