|John Bartlett, comp. (18201905). Familiar Quotations, 10th ed. 1919.|
|Praise, swells the note of, 384.
the Frenchman, I, 416.
them most that paint truest, 300.
thirst of, 414.
undeserved is scandal in disguise, 330.
wealth preferring to eternal, 341.
whom there were none to, 469.
wood-world one full peal of, 678.|
|Praises faintly when he must, 327.
sound of ones, 927.|
|Praised be the fathomless universe, 744.|
|Praising God with sweetest looks, 592.
man when he is dead, 885.
most dispraises, 327.
the rose that all are, 588.
what is lost makes the remembrance dear, 74.|
|Prate, hear him, 772.
of my whereabout, stones, 119.|
|Prattle to be tedious, thinking his, 82.|
|Pray, doth late and early, 174.
for no man but myself, I, 109.
for wisdom, 777.
goody please to moderate, 860.
I scarcely dare to, 779.
late and early, 174.
remained to, 397.
that this mighty scourge, 661.
the Lord my soul to keep, 873.
to God, 793.
to love, 793.
we do, for mercy, 65.
with you drink with you nor, 61.
work not can not, 717.|
|Prayer all his business, 305.
ardent, opens heaven, 309.
cursed with every granted, 321.
doth teach us all, 65.
erects a house of, 286.
for others weal, fondest, 539.
four hours spend in, 24.
have steeped their souls in, 665.
heaven sometimes grants before the, 269.
homes of silent, 674.
imperfect offices of, 479.
is of no avail, when, 479.
is the burden of a, 497.
is the souls sincere desire, 497.
making their lives a, 649.
of Ajax was for light, 640.
of devotion, the still, 524.
peoples, the, 268.
swears a, or two, 105.
the fervent, 538.
the impulse to a worldless, 819.
wish is like a, with God, 659.|
|Prayers, child of many, 640.
feed on, 25.
for death, old mans, 883.
God answers sudden on some, 659.
which are old ages alms, 25.|
|Prayer-books are the toys of age, 318.|
|Prayeth best who loveth best, 499.
well who loveth well, 499.|
|Praying to God, 793.|
|Praying to love, 793.|
|Preach a respectable mythology, 832.
a whole year, if I, 439.
humility is a virtue all, 195.
the men of musty morals, 798.|
|Preached as never to preach again, 858.
practised what he, 860.|
|Preaches it, Luther, 620.
wife who, in her gown, 594.|
|Preacheth patience, 205.|
|Preaching, a woman, 371.|
|Precede, lead the way well, 441.|
|Precedes, consider what, 932.|
|Precedent, codeless myriad of, 670.
embalms a principle, 624.
for poor mens facts, 36.
is a king of men, 807.
|Precedents, day supported by, 912.|
|Precept, example more efficacious, 368.
upon precept, 1026.|
|Precincts of the cheerful day, 385.|
|Precious bane, deserve the, 225.
in the sight of the Lord, 1015.
instance of itself, sends some, 142.
jewel in his head, wears a, 67.
life is, so, 798.
life-blood of a master-spirit, 254.
nose, thats his, 593.
odours, virtue is like, 165.
ointment, better than, 1022.
seeing to the eye, it adds a, 56.
soul, damn your, 958.
stone, a gift is as a, 1019.
stone, this, 81.
to me, things most, 124.
treasure of his eyesight, 104.
truth is, 213.|
|Precipitate down dashed, 358.|
|Precise, art is too, 201.
in promise-keeping, 47.|
|Precocity, miracle of, 904.|
|Predecessor, illustrious, 364, 408.|
|Preference, in science read by, the newest, 632.|
|Preferment goes by letter, 149.|
|Pregnant hinges of the knee, 137.
quarry teemed with human form, 394.|
|Prejudice is strong when the judgments weak, 860.|
|Prelate, religion without a, 598.|
|Premier pas qui coûte, 987.|
|Premises are strong when her, 849.|
|Prentice han she tried on man, 446.|
|Preordained from everlasting, 942.|
|Preparation, dreadful note of, 92.|
|Prepare to shed tears, 113.|
|Prerogative of mind, the grand, 534.|
|Presage of his future years, 427.|
|Presbyterian true blue, 210.|
|Presence full of light, 109.
in minds made better by their, 730.
lord of thy, and no land beside, 78.
maiden, scanter of your, 130.
now and in my, 101.|