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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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Minds led captive, 240.
little things affect little, 627.
made better by their presence, 730.
marriage of true, 163.
of old, the mighty, 506.
of some of our statesmen, 518.
powers which impress our, 466.
so many men so many, 890.
that have nothing to confer, 487.
time demands strong, great hearts, 730.
Mind’s construction in the face, 117.
eye Horatio, in my, 128.
Minden’s plain, on, 427.
Mindful what it cost, ever, 465.
Mine, a desert pathway yours or, 683.
be a cot beside the hill, 455.
be the breezy hill, 428.
bright jewels of the, 569.
but all I see is, 765.
eye seeth thee, 1010.
eyes have seen the glory, 747.
fairy of the, 245.
father thy will not be done, 630.
it was, 782.
own, do what I will with, 1032.
soul of all things make it, 753.
what is yours is, 50.
Mines for coal and salt, 563.
Mingle in its care and strife, to, 696.
mingle mingle, 173.
Mingled pains and joys to me, 683.
yarn, 74.
Minions of the moon, 82.
Minister of minister, 839.
one fair spirit for my, 547.
so sore, no, 328.
thou flaming, 156.
to a mind diseased, 125.
to himself, the patient must, 125.
Ministers of grace defend us, 130.
of love, all are but, 501.
Ministering angel, 144, 490.
Minnows, Triton of the, 103.
Minor pants for twenty-one, the, 329.
Minstrel lead, Mercy this, 473.
raptures swell, no, 488.
ring the fuller, in, 676.
Minstrelsy, brayed with, 109.
Mint and anise, tithe of, 1032.
of phrases in his brain, 54.
Minuet in Ariadne, 441.
Minute, Cynthia of this, 321.
forgot in the hatred of a, 654.
of heaven, one, 526.
speak more in a, 107.
suppliance of a, 129.
too soon, came a, 592.
Minutes count by sensations, 627.
in forty, 58.
make the ages, 760.
we reckon hours and, 586.
what damned, tells he o’er, 153.
Minute-hand, his conversation shows not the, 376.
Miracle, every hour of light and dark a, 744.
if a Redeemer came, 848.
Miracle instead of wit, 311.
Miracles are past, 73.
of precocity, 904.
Miraculous organ, with most, 135.
Mire, in the, 793.
learning will be cast into the, 410.
water never left man in the, 109.
Mirror, honest wife’s truest, 463.
in that just, 309.
of all courtesy, 98.
of constant faith, 342.
of friendship, 881.
of the soul, speech, is a, 900.
thou glorious, 547.
up to nature, to hold the, 137.
warped, to a gaping age, 564.
Mirrors of the gigantic shadows, 568.
Mirth and fun grew fast and furious 451.
and innocence, 554.
and laughter, 557.
and tears, humblest, 468.
bards of passion and of, 577.
can into folly glide, how, 492.
displaced the, 122.
far from all resort of, 250.
he is all, 51.
in funeral dirge in marriage, 127.
limit of becoming, 55.
May’s new-fangled, 54.
mixed wisdom with, 399.
must borrow its, 835.
of children with high spirits, 632.
of its December, 608.
of others only saddens, times when, 632.
string attuned to, 584.
that after no repenting draws, 252.
there’s small sincerity of, 585.
with songs of sadness and of, 647.
Mirthful maze, through the, 395.
Misapplied, virtue turns vice being, 106.
Misbegotten knaves, 84.
Misbeliever, you call me, 61.
Miscarriage in war, a second, 919.
Mischief, beauty is an ivory, 947.
for idle hands, 302.
hand to execute any, 255.
in every deed of, 430.
it means, 138.
neglect may breed, 360.
place which has done man, 901.
Satan finds some, 302.
smile with an intent to do, 186.
the very virtuous do, till the, 698.
Mischievous thing spoken unawares, 919.
Miser, honesty dwells like a, 72.
joy may be a, 763.
Miser’s coins, the hours are as a, 798.
pensioner, to be a, 475.
treasure, unsunned heaps of, 244.
Miserable comforters are ye all, 1009.
have no other medicine, 48.
night, I have passed a, 96.
sinners, mercy upon us, 1042.
to be weak is, 223.
 

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