|John Bartlett, comp. (18201905). Familiar Quotations, 10th ed. 1919.|
|Penury and imprisonment, 49.
repressed their noble rage, 384.|
|People, all of the time, can not fool all, 662.
all of the time, fool some, 662.
all sorts of, 118.
all with one accord, 400.
are good, the, 861.
arose as one man, 1006.
at leaving unpleasant, 556.
bells I hear, all exulting, 744.
blossoms armies, 846.
by the people for the, 661.
confidence in justice of the, 661.
fond of ill-luck, 612.
formed two nations, privileged and, 627.
good for good-for-nothing, 659.
government from and for the, 626.
government of all the, 694.
government of the, 661.
in the gristle, 408.
indictment against a whole, 408.
inured, weep a, 602.
judge men by success, 981.
last, I should choose, 440.
made for the, by the, 532.
never give up their liberties, 411.
nothing is so galling to a, 603.
of the skies, common, 174.
perish where there is no vision, 1021.
pleurisy of, 199.
saying to the, do not weep, 742.
snatched my crown, 793.
some of the time, all the, 662.
the sunbeams, motes that, 249.
the, will come to their own, 811.
they that marry ancient, 222.
thy people shall be my, 1006.
who would have been poets, 505.
whose annals are blank, 584.
with all their rights in their hands, 634.|
|Peoples disappear, 841.
great and small, all the, 682.|
|Peoples government, 532.
parent he protected all, 543.
right maintain, 863.
will, based upon her, 665.|
|Peopled sphere, or pain in every, 683.
the world must be, 51.|
|Peopling the grasses with joy, 851.|
|Peor and Baälim, 251.|
|Pepper his cabbage, 898.|
|Peppercorn, I am a, 86.|
|Peppered the highest, who, 399.
two of them, I have, 84.|
|Perch, gravely got down from his, 723.
where eagles dare not, 96.|
|Perchance the dead, 545.
to dream, to sleep, 135.|
|Perched and sat, 656.
upon a bust of Pallas, 656.|
|Percy and Douglas, song of, 34.|
|Perdition catch my soul, 153.|
|Peregrinations, labours and, 170.|
|Peremptory tone, with a, 415.|
|Perfect as love if love be, 679.
chrysolite, one, 156.
day, from darkness to the, 821.
day, lead me O Lord till, 761.
day, unto the, 1017.
days, then if ever come, 734.
faith in him who persecutes, 684.
love casteth out fear, 1041.
man, mark the, 1011.
music unto nobler words, like, 685.
poem the crystalline revelation, 636.
pursuit of, pursuit of light, 755.
so hate if hate be, 679.
ways of honour, 101.
witness of a perfect faith, no, 684.
woman nobly planned, 475.|
|Perfected, a woman, 731.|
|Perfectest herald of joy, 51.|
|Perfection, fulness of, 78.
nestles the seed, 742.
of reason, 24.
perishes, whats come to, 707.
pink of, 401.
praise and true, 66.
realize our, 836.|
|Perfections, his sweete, 23.|
|Perfectly free moral happy, 773.|
|Perfidious bark, that fatal, 247.|
|Perform, an ability that they never, 102.
patient to, 342.|
|Perfume and suppliance of a minute, 129.
on the violet, to throw a, 79.
puss-gentleman thats all, 415.
scent of odorous, 242.|
|Perfumes of Arabia, 124.
of the vanished day, 993.|
|Perfumed like a milliner, 83.|
|Perhaps no person can be a poet, 600.
the king would change, 719.
the wind wails so in winter, 729.
turn out a sermon, 448.
turn out a song, 448.|
|Peri at the gate of Eden, 526.
beneath the dark sea, 526.|
|Peril in thine eye, 105.
moment of sweet, 780.
poison to his mind and, to his body, 606.|
|Perils do environ, what, 27, 211.
doe enfold, how many, 27.
of actual existence, sordid, 836.
safe through a thousand, 497.|
|Perilous edge of battle, 224.
shot out of an elder gun, 92.
stuff which weighs upon the heart, 125.|
|Perilously sweet, 780.|
|Periodical fits of morality, 601.|
|Periods of time, in, 228.|
|Perish, all of genius which can, 552.
in its fall, 453.
no seed shall, 814.
that thought, 296.
where there is no vision, the people, 1021.|