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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
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Love, bashful sincerity and comely, 52.
be free free love, let, 680.
be now no passages of, 679.
be younger than thyself, let thy, 75.
beggared, 834.
begins to sicken, when, 114.
better than secret, 1021.
better to, in the lowliest cot, 750.
bow before thine altar, 392.
brief as woman’s, 138.
Briton even in, 485.
bud of this, 106.
burns with one, 339.
business that we, 158.
but her forever, 452.
but love in vain, 261.
but on condition, can we, 713.
but one day, I dearly, 285.
but only her, 547.
can burn or blot it God is, 691.
can die, they sin who tell us, 508.
can hear the rustling of a wing, 784.
can hope where reason despairs, 377.
can never lose its own, 651.
can scarce deserve the name, 549.
canst thou not wait for, 814.
change old, for new, 25.
cherish and to obey, 1043.
choose by another’s eyes, 57.
clothed, if not so pure a, 680.
common as light is, 566.
could teach a monarch, 387.
could thou and I with fate, 849.
course of true, 57.
dallies with the innocence of, 75.
deceives the best, 346.
deep as first, 673.
deep hymn of gratitude and, 595.
denied, a, 847.
dispute and practice, 221.
divine all love excelling, 860.
dream in joy and wake in, 578.
each in my, alike, 102.
each time we, we turn, 776.
ecstasy of, 133.
endures no tie, 272.
evangel-poem of comrades and, 741.
everlasting, 280.
exalts the mind, how, 273.
exempt from the militations, 793.
familiar beast to man and signifies, 45.
fasting for a good man’s, 70.
flowers and fruits of, 555.
fools’ experiments, I, 663.
for Charlotte, Werther had a, 697.
free as air, 333.
friendship constant save in, 51.
friendship that like, is warm, 523.
from love made manifest, 710.
gather the rose of, 202.
God from necessity is, 695.
God gives us, 667.
God, the world and, 793.
gods no, for the souls, 728.
goes in with folly’s dress, 834.
gold and pleasure, youth, 662.
greater, hath no man, 1035.
Love greater than his power, 793.
greatest pain it is to, 261.
hail wedded, 234.
hapless, 367.
harvest-time of, 508.
hath lowly haunts, for, 611.
he bore to learning, 397.
he may live without, 780.
he spake of, 482.
he was all for, 436.
her, to know her was to, 455.
her, to see her was to, 452.
her was a liberal education, to, 297.
him at his call, 470.
him ere he seem worthy, 471.
him not, sour to them that, 101.
his, was like the liberal air, 803.
how should I know your true, 405.
I fear to, you sweet, 841.
I have it not, 834.
I, my fellow-creatures, 800.
I would that thee I had, 790.
if I have freedom in my, 260.
if love be perfect, as, 679.
if there’s delight in, 294.
if thou wert all, 570.
in a dream of, melted away, 895.
in a hut, 574.
in every gesture dignity and, 237.
in heavenly spirits, is there, 28.
in idleness, ’t is, 611.
in such a wilderness, 516.
in the beginning, no great, 45.
in your hearts as idly burns, 213.
infinite, 805.
is a beautiful dream, 837.
is a boy by poets styled, 213.
is blind and lovers cannot see, 62.
is dead, 770.
is doomed to mourn, 869.
is ever the beginning, 582.
is flower-like, 503.
is for the best, free, 680.
is God’s essence, 793.
is grown to ripeness, when, 667.
is heaven and heaven is love, 487.
is, if I know what true, 680.
is indestructible, 508.
is left alone, and, 667.
is light from heaven, 549.
is like a landscape, 181.
is like a red red rose, my, 451.
is like a rose, 776.
is loveliest in tears, 491.
is nature’s second sun, 35.
is never cold, when, 718.
is not love which alters, 163.
is strong as death, 1024.
is sweet given or returned, 566.
is that orbit of the soul, 756.
is the ambassador of loss, 841.
is the fulfilling of the law, 1037.
is the gift God has given, 488.
is the sweetest thing on earth, 826.
is there, 835.
it would conceal, 502.
knightly, is blent with reverence, 729.
 

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