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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
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Illusion given, for man’s, 524.
Illusion that times that were, 698.
Illusions of youth, 791.
Illusive dream, 767.
light, 767.
Illustrious acts high raptures do infuse, 220.
predecessor, 364, 408.
spark, the parson, 416.
Image, cherished thine, 869.
in her eyes reflected, beholds her, 756.
made in His, a mannikin, 657.
of bloody Mary, 593.
of eternity, time is the, 946.
of God in ebony, 222.
of good Queen Bess, 593.
twofold, we saw a, 481.
Images and precious thoughts, 481.
in golden coats, like, 86.
Imaginary joys pursues, 391.
Imagination, abhorred in my, 144.
all compact, are of, 59.
boast, can, 355.
bodies forth the forms of things, 59.
cold and barren, 408.
comparisons of a disturbed, 412.
gifted with an egotistical, 626.
golden age which exists only in, 603.
indebted to his, for his facts, 443.
into his study of, 53.
like the wings of an ostrich, 600.
of a feast, bare, 81.
so fair to fond, 482.
solitude needful to the, 739.
such tricks hath strong, 59.
that minister of ministers, 839.
to sweeten my, 148.
trace the noble dust, 144.
travelling is to regulate, 375.
Imaginations are as foul, 138.
Imaginative literature, whole range of, 699.
Imagine why or whence, you can’t, 609.
Imagining fear in the night, 59.
Imaginings, horrible, 116.
Imbower, high over-arched, 224.
Imitated humanity abominably, 137.
Imitates nature, art, 305.
Imitation is the sincerest flattery, 863.
Immediate jewel of their souls, 153.
Immemorial elms, 673.
year, of my most, 656.
Immense and silent moon, 743.
Atlantic, 819.
pleasure to come, 380.
Imminent deadly breach, 150.
Immodest words, 278.
Immoral thought, not one, 377.
Immortal, all men desire to be, 694.
as they quote, 310.
beauty awakes, 428.
blessing from her lips, 108.
crown, 359.
dead who live again, those, 730.
fame gives, 311.
fire, spark of that, 549.
Immortal, garland is to be run for, 254.
gods I crave no pelf, 109.
gods, must toil who serves the, 647.
hate and courage, 223.
I am, 857.
it was thy kiss that made me, 857.
longings in me, 159.
mind remains, the, 341.
names, one of the few, 562.
noon, heaven’s, 566.
part of myself, have lost the, 152.
reign, where saints, 303.
scandals fly, 858.
sea, sight of that, 478.
song, wanted one, 267.
souls, such harmony is in, 65.
that the soul was, 946.
though no more, 541.
verse, married to, 249, 481.
with a kiss, make me, 41.
youth, 814.
youth, flourish in, 299.
Immortals never appear alone, 502.
Immortality, all all for, 742.
alone teach this mortal, 765.
born for, 484.
good hastening towards, 743.
he ne’er is crowned with, 574.
longing after, 298.
of the human soul, 663.
quaff, and joy, 235.
think there is nothing but, 745.
to die aspiring, 37.
Immovable, infixed to pine, 228.
Imparadised in one another’s arms, 233.
Impartial laws were given, by whom, 313.
Impeachment, own the soft, 441.
Impearls on every leaf, 235.
Impediment, marched on without, 97.
Impediments, admit, 163.
in fancy’s course, 74.
to great enterprises, 165.
Impending doom, defied all portents of, 613.
Imperceptible water, 593.
Imperfect offices of prayer, 479.
work, nature abhors, 818.
Imperfections on my head, 132.
pass my, by, 459.
Imperial ensign high advanced, 224.
fancy, his, 457.
oxlips and the crown, 78.
theme, swelling act of the, 116.
Tokay, humble Port to, 380.
votaress passed on, 58.
Imperious Cæsar dead, 144.
mouth whose haughty, sweet, 613.
Impetuous and near, 824.
Impiety of the pious, 773.
Impious in a good man, 308.
men bear sway, 298.
Importance, matters of, 943.
Important day, the great the, 297.
Imports the nomination, what, 145.
Importunate, rashly, 595.
Importune, too proud to, 387.
 

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