|John Bartlett, comp. (18201905). Familiar Quotations, 10th ed. 1919.|
|Memory thy lamp, O, 770.
to convict of plagiarism, a, 376.
to keep good acts in, 171.
to, thou art dear, 597.
too good, 997.
vibrates in the, music, 567.
wakes the bitter, 231.
warder of the brain, 119.
Washingtons awful, 507.
watches oer the sad review, 513.
will bring back the feeling, 875.|
|Men, a man that died for, 811.
able to rely upon themselves, 438.
about me that are fat, 111.
above that which is written, 1037.
above the reach of ordinary, 470.
adversity is the test of strong, 197.
after the manner of, 1036.
aged, full loth and slow, 492.
all, are created equal, 434.
all, are liars, 1015.
all things to all, 1037.
and manners, cities of, 668.
and women merely players, 69.
are April when they woo, 71.
are better than their theology, 618.
are but children of a larger growth, 275.
are fit for, which ordinary, 146.
are free to think and act, 797.
are never so likely to settle, 603.
are not flattered by being, 662.
are polished, 767.
are used as they use others, 877.
are we and must grieve, 471.
are you good, and true, 51.
as He died to make, holy, 748.
as he wrote down for, 726.
as maketh wise, fools, 791.
as maketh young, mad, 791.
at most differ as heaven, 679.
bad, live to eat and drink, 924.
below and saints above, 487.
beneath the rule of, 631.
best of, that eer wore earth, 182.
betray, finds too late that, 403.
bodies of unburied, 181.
busy companies of, 263.
busy haunts of, 570.
busy hum of, 249.
by losing rendered sager, 554.
by whom impartial laws were given, 313.
call treasure the gods call dross, 738.
callen daisies in our toun, 6.
can counsel and speak comfort, 53.
can not learn, from books, 626.
cause that wit is in other, 88.
cheerful ways of, 230.
circumstances the creatures of, 626.
claret for boys port for, 374.
clever, are good, 578.
company of righteous, 884.
comprehend all vagrom, 52.
condemned alike to groan, 381.
contending with adversity, 190.
cradled into poetry, 566.
crowd of common, 209.|
|Men, cuckoo mocks married, 56.
daily do not knowing what they do, 52.
dare do what men may do, 52.
dear to gods and, 347.
decay, wealth accumulates and, 396.
December when they wed, 71.
deeds are, 206.
deep, natural philosophy makes, 168.
desire to be immortal, all, 694.
die but sorrow never dies, 824.
do not your alms before, 1030.
doubt, till all, 332.
down among the dead, 860.
draw, as they ought to be, 399.
drink, reasons why, 979.
dying man to dying, 858.
endure, hope of all ills, 261.
equal in presence of death, 894.
erring, call chance, 245.
evil that, do, 113.
eyes of, are idly bent, 82.
far from the ways of, 345.
fates of mortal, 341.
favour the deceit, 276.
few, admired by their domestics, 964.
fill every beaker up my, 610.
first produced in fishes, 925.
foolery of wise, 66.
for the use and benefit of, 266.
from a former generation, 530.
from the chimney-corner, 34.
God give us, time demands, 730.
gods and godlike, 541.
gods superintend the affairs of, 946.
good, eat and drink to live, 924.
good will toward, 1033.
goodliest man of, 232.
gratitude of, 466.
gratitude of most, 982.
great nature made us, 733.
great, not always wise, 1009.
great, not great scholars, 692.
greatest clerks not the wisest, 17.
greatest, oftest wrecked, 240.
happy breed of, 81.
have died not for love, 71.
have done on rafts, as, 685.
have dulled their eyes, 834.
have lost their reason, 113.
have their price, all, 304.
hearts of oak are our, 388.
heaven hears and pities, 343.
heights by great, reached, 643.
histories make, wise, 168.
honest in the sight of all, 1036.
hopes of living to be brave, 254.
ignorance plays the chief part among, 944.
impious, bear sway, 298.
in dungeons dreamed, 798.
in faces of, I see God, 742.
in great place, are servants, 165.
in obedience, supreme powers keep, 193.
in the brains of, 111.|