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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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Hunger, food that appeases, 978.
if thine enemy, feed him, 1036.
is the teacher of arts, 305.
obliged by, 326.
two weak evils age and, 69.
Hungry as the grave, 356.
judges, 326.
lean-faced villain, 50.
look, a lean and, 111.
poor, the, 797.
rooster don’t cackle, 828.
savage anti-everythings, lean, 690.
sinner, the, 560.
Hunt for a forgotten dream, 472.
in fields for health unbought, 270.
it in the dark, 416.
Hunts in dreams, like a dog, 669.
Hunter after glory, no keener, 679.
and the deer a shade, 443.
514.
home from the hill, 830.
horn of the, 861.
mighty, prey was man, 333.
Hunting amusement of English gentlemen, 376.
labour of savages of North America, 376.
which the devil designed, 272.
Huntsman his pack, as a, 399.
Hurly-burly’s done, when the, 115.
Hurrah for the next that dies, 756.
Hurried down the hill, as it, 750.
Hurry, in haste but never in a, 359.
Hurrying shapes, two, 798.
Hurry-scurry helter-skelter, 506.
Hurt cannot be much, 107.
he that sweareth to his own, 1010.
more afraid than, 11.
of the inside, 212.
past all surgery, 152.
that honour feels, 669.
Hurts of fate, soothe the, 798.
Hurtles in the darkened air, 384.
Husband and wife and lover, 771.
cools, ne’er answers till a, 321.
for her, was far, 590.
frae the wife despises, advices the, 451.
lover may be lost in the, 377.
she commandeth her, 222.
such duty woman oweth to her, 73.
truant, should return, 556.
Husband’s eye, lovely in her, 465.
heart, level in her, 75.
Husbanded and so fathered, 112.
Husbandman, life of the, 612.
Husbandry, dulls the edge of, 130.
in heaven there’s, 119.
Hush me, time cannot, 857.
more dead than any sleep, 770.
my dear lie still, 302.
still small voice in autumn’s, 650.
Hushed an air, so soft so, 725.
be every thought, 484.
in grim repose, 383.
in the alabaster arms of death, 813.
Husks, fresh life withers and bursts, 760.
Huswife’s wool, tease the, 246.
Hut, he made him, a 391.
love in a, 574.
of stone, I only want a, 689.
that dear, our home, 362.
Huzzas, loud, 319.
Hwang, in the reign of the emperor, 822.
Hyacinthine locks, 232.
Hyaline, buckets star-gemmed lilyshaped, 635.
streams, fresh from the, 636.
Hydras and Chimæras dire, 228.
Hyena, voice of the, 38.
Hymn affords, fineness which a, 205.
I sing the, of the conquered, 745.
in the dark, the nightingale’s, 681.
its low perpetual, 731.
of the low and humble, 746.
of the wounded the beaten, 745.
rich in deep, of gratitude, 595.
to his own death, 63, 80.
Hyperion to a satyr, 128.
Hyperion’s curls, 140.
Hypocrisy, an organized, 624.
is the homage, 981.
of a bishop, 688.
Hypocrites, cant of, 378.
Hypocritic tear, 571.
Hyrcan tiger, 122.
Hyssop, from the cedar to the, 604.
Hysterica passio, down, 146.
I am here, I shall remain here, 1000.
am immortal, 857.
am no orator, 114.
am not the thing you kiss, 782.
am Sir Oracle, 60.
am the state, 1000.
came I saw I conquered, 921.
have nothing I owe much, 956.
know not I ask not, 522.
love it I love it, 724.
my lords embody the law, 801.
myself caused the sun to rise, 998.
remember I remember, 591.
Iago, the pity of it, 155.
Ice, be thou chaste as, 136.
fortune’s, to virtue’s land, 267.
in June, seek, 539.
in skating over thin, our safety, 621.
motionless as, 473.
starve in, 228.
thick-ribbed, 48.
to smooth the, 79.
Iceland, no snakes in, 373.
Icicle, chaste as the, 103.
Icily regular splendidly null, 677.
Iconoclast, what if some unshamed, 788.
Icy and chill, winds whistle shrill, 697.
hands, death lays his, 209.
Idea, he had only one, 371, 627.
of an agreeable person, my, 629.
of eternal punishment, 812.
of her life shall sweetly creep, 53.
possess but one, 371.
teach the young, 355.
Ideas, dead, 996.
 

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