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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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On ye brave, 515.
Once a year, Christmas comes but, 20.
and nothing first, all at, 691.
have a priest for enemy, 630.
I thought so, now I know it, 350.
in doubt, 153.
loved poet sung, notes thy, 335.
man can die but, 90.
more, telling battle was on, 751.
more unto the breach, 91.
more upon the waters, 542.
my soul possest, 794.
to be resolved, 153.
to every man and nation, 732.
upon a midnight dreary, 655.
went to pieces all at, 691.
One all together, and the loved, 714.
and all, 792.
and inseparable, 533.
and the other a sea, between the, 631.
as the sea, 496.
breath attunes the spheres, with, 722.
bright hour to waste, nor suffer, 696.
brotherhood makes all men, 582.
clear call for me, and, 685.
country one constitution, 531.
day in the country, 777.
day, that shall we know, 769.
down eternity’s river, flow in, 714.
fair daughter and no more, 134.
fair spirit, with, 547.
fell swoop, 124.
flag one land one heart, 690.
foot fust, stood a spell on, 736.
forty feeding like, 469.
full peal of praise, is, 678.
God grant you find, face, 729.
God one law one element, 677.
golden hour, 766.
good sir I owe you, 454.
great law, 797.
half, never say, my love for thee, 605.
her heart’s adrift with, 765.
I fill this cup to, 608.
is n’t loved every day, 779.
kind kiss before we part, 859.
led astray, like, 250.
little hour, 775.
little sand-piper, 792.
man among a thousand, 1022.
man can do, so much, 263.
man’s poison, 199.
man’s will, to live by, 31.
man’s wit, 1053.
many must labour for the, 551.
mind in an house, 1043.
more unfortunate, 595.
mouth, two ears but only, 628.
nation evermore, 690.
near one is too far, 708.
of her, within, 297.
old jug without a handle, 703.
on God’s side is a majority, 699.
on which, he felt the wust, 736.
One pure delight, life then seemed, 597.
science only, 323.
seated, day at the organ, 761.
sharp stern struggle, 771.
small ant-heap, 843.
step enough for me, 607.
that feared God, 1008.
that hath, unto every, 1033.
that loved not wisely, 156.
that was a woman, 143.
that would circumvent God, 143.
that would peep and botanize, 471.
thet fust gits mad ’s ’most, 737.
thing, the man who seeks, 780.
thought of thee, 333.
truth is clear, 316.
unquestioned text we read, 691.
what are his qualifications, 768.
where every, goes in his turn, 742.
who fed on poetry, as, 631.
with true toil, true leisure, 716.
One’s own self, easiest to deceive, 632.
sphere, fitting of self to, 716.
One-eyed blinking sort of place, 816.
One-horse town, this poor little, 795.
One-hoss shay, wonderful, 691.
Only a baby small, 856.
a little while now, 804.
a look and a voice, 644.
a signal shown, 644.
a worm again, 803.
Onset, word of, 474.
Onward, death’s truer name is, 685.
in the way, walks, 686.
steer right, 252.
upward till the goal ye win, 686.
Onwards unswerving, ’t is, 716.
Ooze of the silent river, 857.
Oozing out, my valour is, 441.
Opaceous earth, round this, 237.
Ope, murder hath broke, 120.
my lips, when I, 60.
the sacred source, 382.
Open and free, hand and heart, 102.
as day and the hearts, 642.
as day for melting charity, 90.
eye, alle night with, 1.
eye and ear, we lack but, 650.
hands, stretch forth your, 790.
locks whoever knocks, 123.
outlets to the Divinity, 994.
rebuke is better, 1021.
stand our gates, 798.
to all always, always true, 754.
yield, try what the, 315.
Opened and blazed with thunder, 680.
new fountains in the human heart, 597.
Opening bud to heaven conveyed, 500.
eyelids of the morn, 247.
flower, every, 302.
paradise to him are, 386.
Openings, spots of sunny, 536.
Open-wood-fire, what is more cheerful than an, 799.
Operation, by mere mechanic, 215.
it requires a surgical, 450.
 

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