|John Bartlett, comp. (18201905). Familiar Quotations, 10th ed. 1919.|
|Nothing is law that is not reason, 278.
is so galling to a people, 603.
is so hard but search will find it out, 203.
is so useless as a general maxim, 600.
is there to come, 261.
is unnatural, 441.
knew when to say, 836.
learned nothing and forgotten, 1003.
like being used to a thing, 441.
little is better than, 896.
long, everything by starts and, 268.
must be done too late, 906.
new except what is forgotten, 1003.
of him that doth fade, 42.
of nothing comes, 767.
passages that lead to, 386.
profits more than self-esteem, 238.
risks nothing gains, 21.
says, when nothing to say, 374.
secretly, do, 883.
so becomes a man as modest stillness, 91.
so difficult but it may be found out, 890.
so expensive as glory, 460.
so precious as time, 959.
starve with, 60.
succeeds like success, 1050.
that he did not adorn, 367.
that is can pause or stay, 647.
the sweet do, 934.
the world knows, of its greatest men, 606.
t is not for, we life pursue, 276.
t is something, 153.
to do but work, 838.
to have a thing is, 866.
to him falls early, 183.
to this, but, 378.
to wail or knock the breast, 242.
to wear, really and truly Ive, 763.
to write about, 934.
triumphs for, 160.
true but heaven, 524.
we desire, so much as what we ought not to have, 897.
will come of nothing, 146.
wise for saying, 60.
wise men say, in dangerous times, 196.
zealous for, 373.|
|Nothings, such laboured, 324.|
|Nothingness, day of, 548.
pass into, 574.|
|Nothing-withholding and free, 817.|
|Noticeable man, 472.|
|Notion, blunder and foolish, 448.|
|Notions fudge, we call old, 739.
of Deity, down with ridiculous, 765.|
|Notorious by base fraud, 901.|
|Nought but a lovely sighing, 577.
is everything, 517.
shall make us rue, 80.
so vile that on the earth, 106.
to have, is to have all things, 757.|
|Nouns, whose verbs and, do more agree, 813.|
|Nourish all the world, 56.|
|Nourisher in lifes feast, 120.|
|Nourishment called supper, 54.
to give the soul fit, 630.|
|Novelist realist rhymester play your, 683.|
|Novelty, pleased with, 417.|
|November, no leaves no birds, 595.|
|Novembers surly blast, 446.|
|Novice she could say, what to a, 720.|
|Now and forever, 533.
came still evening on, 233.
eternal, does always last, 261.
gold hath sway we all obey, 652.
I know it, thought so once, 350.
I lay me down to sleep, 873.
if it be, t is not to come, 145.
is the accepted time, 1038.
s the day, now s the hour, 450.|
|Noyance or unrest, 357.|
|Nude, to keep one from going, 838.|
|Null, splendidly, 677.
the evil is, 710.|
|Nulla dies sine linea, 906.|
|Nullum magnum ingenium, 267.
quod tetigit non ornavit, 367.|
|Number, blessings without, 302.
happiness of the greatest, 1048.
of things, the world is full of, 829.
our days, teach us to, 1014.
stand more for, than accompt, 48.|
|Numbers, add to golden, 182.
good luck in odd, 46.
lisped in, 327.
lived in Settles, 331.
luck in odd, there is, 590.
magic, and persuasive sound, 294.
round, are false, 375.
sanctified the crime, 425.
stream in smoother, 324.
success does not depend upon, 634.
tell me not in mournful, 638.
there is divinity in odd, 46.
warmly pure, 389.|
|Nun, the holy time is quiet as a, 470.|
|Nunnery, get thee to a, 136.|
|Nunquam se minus otiosum, 455.|
|Nuptial bower, led her to the, 237.|
|Nurse a flame, if you, 516.
contemplation, her best, 244.
for a poetic child, 489.
natures soft, 89.
of arms and land of scholars, 395.
of manly sentiment, 410.
of young desire, 427.
to rear to watch, to, 749.|
|Nurses, wives are old mens, 165.|
|Nurses arms, puking in the, 69.|
|Nursed a dear gazelle, 526.|
|Nursing her wrath, 451.
there was lack of womans, 653.|
|Nurture your mind with great thoughts, 628.|
|Nutbrown ale, the spicy, 249.|