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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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Hour of virtuous liberty, 298.
oft in the tranquil, of night, 597.
one golden, 766.
one little, 775.
one self-approving, 319.
pensioner on the bounties of an, 306.
rose that lives its little, 573.
this consecrated, 862.
time and the, 116.
to hour we ripe and ripe, 68.
to open for the world a purer, 725.
to waste, nor suffer one bright, 696.
torturing, 226, 382.
troublesome insects of the, 410.
upon the stage, frets his, 125.
weep for the, 520.
when God sends a cheerful, 252.
when lovers’ vows, 551.
with beauty’s chain, 525.
wonder of an, the, 541.
wraps the present, 380.
Hours and minutes, we reckon, 586.
are as a miser’s coins, 798.
blossomed for a few short, 653.
do with all the days and, 686.
I once enjoyed, peaceful, 422.
mournful midnight, 645.
not till the, of light return, 753.
of bliss, winged, 514.
of dew, 814.
of ease, to, 455.
of ease, woman in our, 490.
of time, creeping, 68.
of vision, golden, 826.
on angel wings, 450.
peace of mind joy for weary, 630.
set apart for business, 362.
seven, to law, 438.
six, in sleep, 24.
some wee short, 446.
steal a few, from the night, 521.
unheeded flew the, 464.
waked by the circling, 235.
wise to talk with our past, 307.
with flying feet, 542.
your labor is for future, 622.
Hour’s converse, 775.
talk withal, never spent an, 55.
Houris, lying with, 387.
House and home, out of, 89.
appointed for all living, 1009.
babe in a, 695.
be divided against itself, 1033.
brawling woman in a wide, 1019.
chimney in my father’s, 94.
clouds that loured upon our, 95.
dark, and long sleep, 600.
daughter of my, 542.
daughters of my father’s, 76.
fare you well, old, 825.
get out of my, 977.
ill spirit have so fair a, 43.
is to be let for life, 204.
leave to those to come the, itself, 745.
like a miser in a poor, 72.
little pleasure in the, 427.
House, man’s, his castle, 24.
mansions in my Father’s, 1035.
moat defensive to a, 81.
my whinstone, my castle is, 585.
nae luck about the, 426.
nearer my father’s, 758.
not made with hands, 825.
of every one as his castle, 24.
of feasting, 1022.
of Lords, honoured at the, 330.
of mourning, better go to the, 1022.
of my friends, 1028.
of my God, 1013.
of Pindarus, 252.
of prayer, wherever God erects a, 286.
on another man’s ground, 45.
one mind in an, 1043.
paths to the, I seek to make, 745.
peace be to this, 1034.
prop of my, 65.
rejects him, fired that the, 326.
return no more to his, 1008.
set thine, in order, 1026.
shot mine arrow o’er the, 145.
so fair a, 43.
sole daughter of my, 542.
to lodge a friend, 289.
treasure, land slipped from my hold, 785.
when we see the figure of the, 88.
where I was born, 592.
you take my, when you take the prop, 65.
Houses fer asonder, 2.
mended, old, 296.
of peace are you, not, 743.
plague o’ both your, 107.
seem asleep, the very, 470.
thick and sewers annoy, 239.
Household, ways of her, 1021.
words, familiar as, 92.
Houseless heads, 147.
Housetop, corner of the, 1019.
House-tops, moon beautiful over the, 743.
Housewife that’s thrifty, 442.
Hover, about the spot ofttimes I, 696.
How are the mighty fallen, 1007.
art thou fallen, 1025.
blest is he, 396.
full and rich a world, 848.
hard it is for the rich, 684.
he will talk, 281.
I pities them, 510.
it talked, Lord, 197.
little I have gained, 651.
not to do it, 701.
pleasant it is to have money, 726.
shall I charm the interval, 686.
shall I go, 795.
sweet the truth those blessed, 717.
they ring out their delight, 655.
vast the unattained, 651.
Howards, blood of all the, 319.
Howe’er it be it seems to me, 667.
Howling of the wolf, 38.
Howls along the sky, 392.
 

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