|John Bartlett, comp. (18201905). Familiar Quotations, 10th ed. 1919.|
|Night, watchman what of the, 1025.
what is the, 123.
when deep sleep falleth, 1008.
where ignorant armies clash by, 753.
windy, a rainy morrow, 162.
wings of, 41.
witching time of, 139.
with sudden odour reeled, 686.
with this her solemn bird, 233.
womb of uncreated, 227.
world in love with, 107.
would not spend another such, 96.
yes I answered you last, 658.
yield day to, 93.|
|Nights, all white and still, sech, 736.
and days to come, all our, 117.
and solemn marches fill the, 748.
are longest in Russia, when, 47.
are wholesome, 127.
awake, lie ten, 51.
dews of summer, 426.
forty days and forty, 1004.
profit of their shining, 54.
such as sleep o, 111.
three sleepless, I passed, 465.
through long long wintry, 703.
to waste long, in pensive discontent, 29.
with sleep, winding up, 92.|
|Nights black arch, 451.
black mantle, 967.
blue arch adorn, 424.
candles are burnt out, 108.
dull ear, piercing the, 92.
high mysteries, priestess of, 613.
Plutonian shore, on the, 613.
work, his days work and his, 805.|
|Night-cap decked his brow, 401.|
|Night-dress, lectures in her, 594.|
|Nightfall and the light, between the, 805.|
|Night-flower sees but one moon, 521.|
|Nightingale dies for shame if another bird sings, 188.
man who imitated the, 912.
no music in the, 44.
roar an t were any, 57.
the wakeful, 233.
to act the part of a, 929.
was mute, the, 622.|
|Nightingales high note, 551.
hymn in the dark, the, 681.
song in the grove, 428.|
|Nightly dreams, all my, 655.
pitch my moving tent, 497.
to the listening earth, 300.|
|Night-wind bewaileth the fall of, the, 715.
blew cold on my desolate, 613.|
|Nil tam difficilest, 203.|
|Nile, allegory on the banks of the, 440.
dam up the waters of the, 596.
dogs drinking from the, 901, 905.
outvenoms all the worms of, 160.
show me the fountain of the, 619.
to eat the lotus of the, 651.
where is my serpent of old, 157.|
|Nilotic isle, 240.|
|Nimble and airy servitors, 253.
and full of subtle flame, 196.|
|Nimbly and sweetly recommends itself, 117.
capers, in a ladys chamber, 95.|
|Nine days wonder, 6, 16.
lives like a cat, 16, 877.
moons wasted, 149.|
|Nineteen or twenty short summers ago, 750.|
|Ninety-eight, to speak of, 866.|
|Ninny, Handels but a, 351.|
|Ninth part of a hair, Ill cavil on, 85.|
|Niobe, like, all tears, 128.
of nations, 546.
with claspèd hands, new, 763.|
|Nipping and an eager air, 130.|
|Nips his root, 99.|
|Nisi suadeat intervallis, 1049.|
|No better than you should be, 197.
day without a line, 906.
love lost between us, 178.
matter what you do, 809.
mebby to mean yes an say, 736.
more like my father, 128.
more of that Hal, 85.
reckoning made, 107.
sooner looked but they loved, 71.
sooner met but they looked, 71.
sooner sighed but asked the reason, 71.
wisdom like frankness, 627.|
|Noahs ark, hunt it into, 416.
ark, mouldy rolls of, 268.|
|Nobilitas sola est atque unica virtus, 406.|
|Nobility, betwixt the wind and his, 83.
idleness is an appendix to, 187.
is the only virtue, 907.
my, begins with me, 919.
of ascent and descent, 795.
our old, 726.|
|Nobilitys true badge, mercy is, 103.|
|Noble and approved good masters, 149.
and well-beloved souls, 804.
army of martyrs, 1042.
bloods, the breed of, 110.
by heritage generous and free, 285.
deed is wrought, whereer a, 646.
every, crown is and, 583.
face, hills of manhood a, 664.
in a death so, 242.
in reason, 134.
living and the noble dead, 476.
mind, loyal nature and of, 681.
mind oerthrown, 136.
minds, divine insanity of, 747.
negligences, teach his, 288.
of every, work silent part is best, 746.
of natures own creating, 358.
origin, gift of, 474.
shame, ashamed with the, 729.
thought, whereer is spoken a, 646.
thoughts, never alone with, 34.|