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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
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Prodigal excess, to our own, 483.
how like the, 62.
the soul lends the tongue vows, 130.
within the compass of a guinea, 536.
Prodigal’s favourite, to be a, 475.
Prodigality of nature, framed in, 96.
Prodigious ruin, one, 337.
Produce its hundredfold, catch and, 694.
Product of a scoffer’s pen, 479.
Profane, hence ye, 262.
no divine ordinances, 398.
Profaned the God-given strength, 489.
Profanely, not to speak it, 137.
Profession, debtor to his, 164.
of the truth, 996.
Professions, the most dangerous of, 812.
Professor of our art, 274.
Professors, respectable, of the dismal science, 583.
Profit and title I resign, 349.
by the folly of others, 906.
countenance and, 164.
no, where is no pleasure, 72.
of their shining nights, 54.
Profitable, revenge is, 430.
Profited, what is a man, 1032.
Progeny of learning, 440.
Progress, calls each fresh link, 817.
long-continued slow, 663.
man’s distinctive mark, 711.
their mazy, 382.
Progressive renunciation, 995.
virtue, 355.
Prohibited degrees of kin, 215.
Project crossed, thus their, 860.
Projects, multitude of, 895.
young men fitter for new, 167.
Prolific mother of folly and crime, 628.
Prologue, excuse came, 239.
is this a, or the posy of a ring, 138.
Prologues, happy, 116.
like compliments, 387.
Promethean fire, 56.
heat, where is that, 156.
Promiscuously applied hands, 548.
Promise hope believe, we, 551.
keep the word of, 126.
most given when least said, 38.
never, more than you can perform, 897.
of celestial worth, 311.
of supply, eating the air on, 88.
of your early day, 535.
to come for I said, 605.
to his loss, though he, 1043.
who broke no, 323.
Promises of youth, 368.
oft fails where most it, 73.
Promised on a time, 30.
Promise-keeping, precise in, 47.
Promontory, earth seems a sterile, 134.
see one, see all, 189.
with trees upon ’t, 158.
Promotion cometh neither from the east nor west, 1013.
Promotion, none will sweat but for, 67.
Prompter’s bell, slow falling to the, 697.
Prompting of nature, 904.
Prompts the eternal sigh, which, 318.
Pronounce, foreigners spell bette than they, 796.
it Vinchy, 796.
Pronouncing on his bad, before, 581.
Proof, give me ocular, 154.
of genius, a great poem is, 600.
of the pudding, 975.
sweetness yieldeth, 484.
’t is a common, 111.
Proofs of holy writ, 154.
Proosian, a French or Turk or, 800.
Prop, staff of my age my very, 62.
that doth sustain my house, 65.
Propagate and rot, 317.
Propensities, ruined by natural, 411.
Propensity of nature, 253.
Proper hue, love’s, 238.
man as one shall see, 57.
mean, the, 987.
men as ever trod, 110.
study of mankind is man, 317.
time of day, no, 595.
time to marry, 417.
Property has its duties, 589.
of easiness, 143.
of friends is common, 947, 949.
private, 809.
public, 809.
Prophesy in part, we, 1037.
never, onless ye know, 737.
Prophet, in the name of the, 517.
not without honour, 1031.
of the soul, I like a, 614.
Prophets and apostles all poor, 190.
do they live forever, 1028.
is Saul also among the, 1006.
of the future, 561.
perverts the, 539.
Prophet’s vision, thine was the, 647.
word, sounds like a, 562.
Prophet-bards foretold, by, 695.
Prophetic cell, priest from the, 251.
of her end, 306.
ray, tints to-morrow with, 550.
soul, O my, 132.
strain, something like, 250.
Propontic and the Hellespont, 155.
Proportion, curtailed of fair, 95.
in small, we just beauties see, 180.
law and the, 1031.
preserving the sweetness of, 178.
Propose, why don’t the men, 588.
Proposes, man, but God disposes, 7.
Propriety, frights the isle from her, 152.
of speech, 169.
Proprium humani ingenii, 275.
Prose and poetry, definition of, 505.
is grand verse, whose, 734.
more attainable in, 657.
no ’t is not even, 734.
or rhyme, unattempted in, 223.
run mad, not poetry but, 327.
verse will seem, 280.
 

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