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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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Man, bad, never for good service, 411.
be fully persuaded, let every, 1037.
be occupied, let every, 460.
be vertuous withal, if a, 4.
bear his own burden, 1038.
before thy mother, 199.
before your mother, 424.
begins to see that the leaves, 648.
being in honour, 1012.
below, God above or, 315.
Benedick the married, 50.
best good, 279.
best-humoured, 400.
better spared a better, 87.
beware the fury of a patient, 269.
bewrayed by his manners, 29.
blind old, of Scio’s isle, 550.
bold bad, 27, 98.
brave, chooses, 733.
brave, draws his sword, 339.
breathes there the, 488.
brick-dust, 363.
broken with the storms of state, 100.
Brutus is an honourable, 113.
builds himself, 309.
but a rush against Othello, 156.
by, is cursed away, 723.
by man was never seen, 715.
by which the bark of, could navigate, 597.
can boast that he has trod, 571.
can die but once, 90.
can feel, the worst that, 341.
can work, when no, 1035.
cannot be as he would be, 890.
cannot lose the past nor future, 935.
canst not be false to any, 130.
caverns measureless to, 500.
cease ye from, 1025.
cheated only by himself, 618.
child is father of the, 469.
childhood shows the, 241.
Christian faithful, 96.
civilizers of, 625.
clever at envying a, 885.
clever, by nature, 457.
close buttoned to the chin, 422.
clothe a, with rags, 1020.
complete, hero and the, 299.
conference maketh a ready, 168.
could ask no more of Fate, 738.
crime of being a young, 376.
crossed with adversity, 44.
cruelty and ambition of, 27.
cruelty to load a falling, 101.
dare do all that may become a, 118.
debtor to his profession, 164.
delights not me, 134.
depressed with cares, 348.
destructive, smiling, 281.
devil in the heart of, 218.
diapason closing full in, 271.
die better, how can, 604.
dies, how a, 371.
diligent in business, 1020.
diseases crucify the soul of, 188.
distracted melancholic, 180.
do but die, what can an old, 592.
Man does, ’t is not what, 708.
doth not live by bread only, 1005.
drest in a little brief authority, 48.
dull ear of a drowsy, 79.
dwells apart though not alone, 749.
dwells, narrow the corner where, 936.
dying, to dying men, 858.
ear of, hath not seen, 58.
eloquent, that old, 252.
England expects every, 446.
enough for, to know, 319.
ever saw, nor no, 72.
every, has his fault, 109.
every woman should marry and no, 628.
exceeding poor, 62.
expatiate o’er this scene of, 314.
extremes in, 322.
eye of, hath not heard, 58.
false man smiling, 281.
falsely luxurious, 355.
familiar beast to, 45.
famous, is Robin Hood, 473.
fashion wears out more apparel than the, 52.
fear may force a, 11.
fell into his anecdotage, 628.
first, is of the earth earthy, 1038.
first years of, 368.
fittest place for, to die, 716.
flattered to tears this aged, 575.
fond precociously of stirring, 593.
for himself, every, 20, 191, 973.
foremost, of all this world, 114.
forget not though in rags, 391.
forget the brother resume the, 343.
frailty of a, 164.
free as nature first made, 275.
from heaven proceed the woes of, 344.
fury of a patient, 269.
gently scan your brother, 448.
give every, thy ear, 130.
gives what the gods bestow, 346.
God or devil, every, 268.
goeth forth unto his work, 1015.
goeth to his long home, 1023.
good easy, when he thinks, 99.
good great, 502.
good meets his fate, 307.
good name in, and woman, 153.
good, never dies, the, 496.
good old, 52, 67.
good or ill of, 930.
good, yields his breath, 496.
goodliest of men, 232.
grace of God to, 861.
great city has greatest, or woman, 742.
great to little, 394.
greater love hath no, 1035.
had fixed his face, as if the, 468.
half part of a blessed, 78.
hand against every, 1004.
hanging the worst use of, 175.
happy, be his dole, 46.
happy dole, happy, 11.
happy, ’s without a shirt, 8.
 

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