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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
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Knowledge, end of life not, but action, 762.
ever the beginning of, 582.
evergreen tree of, 440.
from ignorance, 710.
great step to, 627.
grow from more to more, let, 673.
hath won God out of, 818.
he that hath, 1019.
he that increaseth, 1022.
helps us to die a more painful death, 998.
humble because of, 853.
if a little, is dangerous, 762.
in excess, desire of, 165.
increaseth strength, 1020.
is bought in the market, 727.
is but sorrow’s spy, 207.
is of two kinds, 372.
is ourselves to know, 320.
is power, 168.
is proud, 422.
is the one only good, 946.
is the only fountain, 530.
lost by incredulity, 910.
manners must adorn, 353.
more than equivalent to force, 368.
multiplieth words without, 1009.
night unto night showeth, 1011.
not according to, 1036.
of divine things, 910.
of what is excellent, 913.
out-topping, 752.
shall be increased, 1027.
spirit of, 1025.
sweet food of sweetly uttered, 34.
the beginning of all, 583.
the fountain of human liberty, 530.
too high the price for, 313.
true, leads to love, 465.
under difficulties, 528.
we must snatch half our, 320.
what is, but grieving, 780.
Known, best thoughts which he hath, 749.
much have I seen and, 668.
the barber’s shear, never has, 697.
to be forever, 260.
too late, 105.
Knuckle-end of England, 459.
Kosciusko fell, shrieked as, 513.
Krysis is onto us, that a, 787.
Kubla Khan, 500.
Laborin’ man an’ woman, 735.
Laborious at the first ascent, 253.
days, to live, 247.
Labour and intent study, 253.
and sorrow, their strength is, 1014.
and the wounds are vain, the, 726.
and to wait, learn to, 639.
bears a lovely face, 182.
capital solicits the aid of, 532.
cheers the tar’s, 555.
Chinese cheap, 813.
ease and alternate, 355.
even in the meanest sorts of, 583.
for his pains, 378, 970.
Labour for my travail, I have had my, 101.
good week’s, 174.
hard, difficulty and, 230.
he who first shortened the, 584.
in his vocation, 83.
is but a sorrowful song, 717.
is done, 765.
is for future hours, your, 622.
is independent and proud, 532.
is the lot of man, 339.
life is in, 996.
many still must, for the one, 551.
mountain in, 892.
902.
of an age in piled stones, 251.
of love, 1039.
only is earnest, deemest thou, 841.
pauperism feasteth while honest, 696.
the brow of, 844.
we delight in physics pain, 120.
what to speak, 168.
why should life all, be, 667.
work under our, grows, 238.
youth of, with age of ease, 396.
Labours and endures and waits, but, 647.
and peregrinations, 170.
mourn, our fruitless, 344.
the line too, 324.
to tax our, 413.
Labour’s bath, sore, 120.
Laboured not for myself, 1029.
nothings, such, 324.
Labourer is worthy of his hire, 1034.
Labourers are few, 1031.
Labouring incessant, 356.
man, sleep of a, 1022.
Laburnum’s dropping gold, 570.
Labyrinthine ways of my own mind, 841.
Lacedæmonians and the enemy, 920.
Lack but open eye and ear, 650.
I have they, 22.
of argument, 91.
of good society, no, 644.
of kindly warmth, 109.
of listeners are not said, for, 749.
of many a thing, 161.
of wit, plentiful, 133.
of woman’s nursing, there was, 653.
Lacked and lost we rack the value, 53.
Lackest, mind not what thou, 940.
Lack-lustre eye, looking on it with, 68.
Lad and all the sport is stale, 728.
of mettle a good boy, 84.
when all the world is old, 728.
who when his father, I like the, 720.
Lads and lassies in their best, 632.
Ladder by which we rise, build the, 730.
Jacob’s, 612.
of our vices, 643.
who ascended Fame’s, 723.
young ambition’s, 111.
Laden life, 786.
Ladies, a lion among, 58.
be but young and fair, 68.
 

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