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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
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Merit, candle to thy, 362.
displays distinguished, 358.
endless, in a man’s knowing, 583.
envy will pursue, 324.
heaven by making earth a hell, 540.
raised, by, 226.
sense of your great, 423.
spurns that patient, takes, 135.
wins the soul, 326.
Merits, careless their, 396.
dumb on their own, 454.
handsomely allowed, 374.
to disclose, no further his, 386.
Mermaid, things done at the, 196.
Meroe Nilotic isle, 240.
Merrier man, a, 55.
more the, 19.
Merrily shall I live now, 43.
Merriment, flashes of, 144.
Merry and wise, 9, 37, 450, 875.
as a marriage-bell, 542.
as the day is long, 50.
boys are we, three, 184.
dancing drinking time, 272.
eat drink and be, 1023.
feast, great welcome makes a, 50.
fool to make me, 71.
heart goes all the day, 77.
heart hath a continual feast, 1018.
I am not, 151.
in hall where beards wag all, 21.
let’s be, 199.
meetings, changed to, 95.
monarch scandalous and poor, 279.
month of May, 175.
roundelay, 25.
swithe it is in hall, 21.
when I hear sweet music, 65.
Merryman and Doctor Quiet, 293.
Message of despair, 513.
Messes, herbs and other country, 248.
Messmates hear a brother sailor, 860.
Met face to face, 798.
hail fellow well, 290.
her, know how first he, 697.
if we had never, 589.
in thee to-night, are, 792.
night that first we, 588.
no sooner, but they looked, 71.
part of all that I have, 668.
the day and the way we, 806.
’t was in a crowd, we, 588.
Metal, breed for barren, 61.
flowed to human form, 329.
more attractive, 138.
not the king’s stamp makes better the, 282.
of a man tested, 740.
rang true, 737.
sonorous, 224.
Metamorphosis, in a state of, 942.
Metaphor, betrayed into no, 528.
Metaphysic wit, high as, 210.
Meteor flag of England, 515.
harmless flaming, 224, 261.
like a fast-flitting, 561.
ray, fancy’s, 447.
streamed like a, 383.
Meteor streaming to the wind, 224.
Method in madness, 133.
in man’s wickedness, 197.
of making a fortune, 387.
Methought I heard a voice, 119.
Metre ballad-mongers, 85.
of an antique song, 161.
Mettle, a lad of, a good boy, 84.
grasp it like a man of, 313.
Mew, be a kitten and cry, 85.
the cat will, 145.
Me-wards, affection’s strong to, 202.
Mewing her mighty youth, 255.
Mewling and puking, 69.
Micawber I never will desert Mr., 701.
Mice and rats and such small deer, 147.
best-laid schemes o’, 446.
desert a falling house, 905.
feet like little, 256.
fishermen appear like, 148.
Miching mallecho, this is, 138.
Mickle is the powerful grace, 106.
Microcosm of a public school, 626.
Microscopic eye, 316.
Midas me no Midas, 1054.
Midday beam, at the full, 255.
sun, under the, 244.
Middle age, companions for, 165.
of the night, vast and, 128.
of the woods lived, in the, 703.
on his bold visage, 491.
tree, tree of life the, 232.
wall of partition, 1039.
Middlesex, an acre in, is better than, 604.
Midnight brought on the dusky hour, 235.
crew, Comus and his, 383.
dances and the public show, 335.
dead of, the noon of thought, 433.
flower, pleasure like the, 520.
gravity out of bed at, 85.
hags, secret black and, 123.
heard the chimes at, 90.
hours, mournful, 645.
in the solemn, centuries ago, 699.
iron tongue of, 59.
murder many a foul and, 383.
oil consumed, 348.
once upon a, dreary, 655.
revels by a forest side, 225.
shout and revelry, 243.
stars of, shall be dear, 469.
wind doth sigh, the, 587.
Mid-noon risen on, 235, 476.
Midshipmite, a bo’sun tight and a, 800.
Midst of cheerless gloom, from the, 725.
of life we are in death, 1043.
Midsummer, as the sun at, 86.
madness, this is very, 76.
Midway between earth and heaven, 798.
Midwife, she is the fairies’, 104.
Mien carries more invitation, 297.
monster of so frightful, 317.
such a face and such a, 269.
 

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