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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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Never loved sae blindly, had we, 452.
mention her, no we, 588.
met or never parted, had we, 452.
more, no more, 715.
never can forget, 587.
read any book that is not a year, 620.
saw his like, I, 679.
say nothin’ without you’re compelled, 737.
says a foolish thing, 279.
shall send our ancient, he, 652.
stept thro’ a prince’s hall, 682.
takes his leave, but, 720.
that dead men rise up, 806.
tell a lie, 943.
the time and the place, 714.
the twain shall meet, 852.
till nature high and low, 685.
to hope again, 99.
use, 801.
was owl more blind, 765.
was seen nor never shall be, 182.
was so wise a man, there, 646.
will desert Mr. Micawber, 701.
wins can rarely lose, who, 650.
would be missed, 801.
would lay down my arms, 364.
yet was a springtime, 811.
you mind, 800.
Never-ending flight of days, 227.
Never-failing friends, 506.
vice of fools, pride the, 323.
Nevermore be officer of mine, 152.
let the great interests, 579.
parted to meet, 613.
quoth the raven, 656.
shall be lifted, 656.
would come again, 648.
New broom sweeps clean, 16.
cost little less than, 296.
departure, 1050.
earths and skies and seas, 722.
ever charming ever, 358.
fangled theories, repudiate these, 625.
fashion, the world’s, 54.
fountains in the human heart, opened, 597.
God granted a heart ever, 754.
is not valuable, what is, 532.
laws, new lords and, 200.
life when sin, of that, 717.
look amaist as weel’s the, 447.
Niobe with claspèd hands, 763.
or old, ale enough whether, 23.
or old, alike fantastic if too, 324.
party who has, first of, 700.
see this is, it may be said, 1022.
Testament, blessing of the, 164.
thing under the sun, no, 1022.
things succeed, 203.
what is valuable is not, 532.
what was, was false, 374.
whole, democratic world, 584.
world into existence, 464.
Zealand, traveller from, 601.
News, bringer of unwelcome, 88.
News, evil, rides post, 242.
from a far country, 1020.
good, baits, 242.
much older than their ale, 397.
on the Rialto, what, 61.
swallowing a tailor’s, 80.
New-born babe, pity like a, 118.
babe, sinews of the, 139.
child, a naked, 478.
in loveliness, 848.
New England, I sing, 725.
lights her fire in every prairie, 725.
the courage of, 599.
weather, variety about the, 796.
New England’s dead New England’s dead, 634.
Newest kind of ways, 90.
works, in science read the, 632.
New-fangled mirth, May’s, 54.
New-fledged offspring, 396.
New-laid egg, as innocent as a, 802.
eggs roasted rare, 274.
New-lighted, herald Mercury, 140.
New-made honour doth forget men’s names, 78.
New-mown hay, 296.
New-spangled ore, 248.
Newspaper, never look into a, 441.
Newspapers are villanous, 441.
Newt, eye of, and toe of frog, 123.
Newton be, God said let, 330.
where stood the statue of, 475.
Next doth ride abroad, 417.
of kin to time, 855.
Niagara stuns with thundering sound, 395.
Nicanor lay dead in his harness, 1029.
Nice of no vile hold to stay him up, 79.
too, for a statesman, 399.
unparticular man, a, 816.
Nicely sanded floor, 397.
Nicer hands, affection hateth, 27.
Niche he was ordained to fill, 421.
Nicht-goun, in his, 695.
Nick, Machiavel, 215.
of time, 257.
our old, 215.
Niece, ten female cousins and a, 799.
Niggardly rich man, 947.
Nigh is grandeur to our dust, 616.
that bring’st the summer, 790.
Nigher, she knowed the Lord was, 736.
Night, a cap by, 397, 401.
across the day beyond the, 670.
an atheist half believes a God by, 308.
and death and hell, despite, 678.
and morning Hannah’s at window, 765.
and storm and darkness, 544.
arriving in day in, to all, 744.
as darker grows the, 399.
at, the wind died, 792.
attention still as, 227.
azure robe of, the, 573.
bed by, chest of drawers by day, 397.
 

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