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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
Page 268
 
 
Prose, warbler of poetic, 421.
what others say in, 329.
words in best order, 505.
Proselytism, the power, 995.
Proserpina, O, for the flowers now, 77.
Proserpine gathering flowers, 232.
Prospect less, approaches make the, 181.
of belief, within the, 116.
of his soul, into the eye and, 53.
pleases, though every, 536.
Scotchman’s noblest, 370.
so full of goodly, 253.
some have looked on a fair, 468.
Prospects all look blue, 800.
brightening, 396.
distant, please us, 181.
gilded scenes and shining, 299.
in view are more pleasing, 402.
Prosper, surer to, 226.
treason doth never, 39.
Prospering, we shall march, 707.
Prosperity, a jest’s, lies in the ear, 56.
all sorts of, 986.
any nor all of their, 743.
could have assured us, 226.
education an ornament in, 948.
in the day of, 1022.
is not without many fears, 164.
makes friends, 899.
man that hath been in, 5.
the blessing of the Old Testament, 164.
things which belong to, 164.
within thy palaces, 1016.
Prosperous to be just, 733.
Prosperum ac felix scelus, 39.
Prostitute, puff away the, 274.
Prostrate city is thy seat, a, 610.
the beauteous ruin lies, 453.
Protecting power, 862.
Protection of habeas corpus, 435.
of vultures to lambs, 442.
Protest of the weak, 717.
too much, the lady doth, 138.
Protests too much, the lady, 138.
Protestantism of the Protestant religion, 408.
Protestants or Papists believe in the essential articles, 370.
Proteus rising from the sea, 477.
Protracted life is woe, 365.
Proud and mighty have, all the, 358.
conceited talking spark, 390.
ever fair and never, 151.
for a wit, too, 399.
grief is, 79.
his name, though, 488.
in humility, 188.
in that they are not proud, 188.
instruct my sorrows to be, 79.
knowledge is, 422.
labour is independent and, 532.
man, but man, 48.
man’s contumely, 135.
me no prouds, 108.
of the earth, 614.
on his own dunghill, 14.
Proud philosophy, I ask not, 516.
possession of eternal things, 855.
scene was o’er, the, 331.
science never taught to stray, 315.
setter up of kings, 95.
shall be, all the, 335.
spirit of mortal be, 561.
to importune, too, 387.
too, to be pleased with them, 746.
tops of the eastern pines, 81.
tower in the town, from a, 654.
waves be stayed, 1009.
world, good bye, 615.
Prouder than rustling in silk, 159.
Proud-pied April, 163.
Prove, all the pleasures, 40.
all things, 1039.
an aspiration, 812.
their doctrine orthodox, 210.
wit to be witty, who can, 729.
Proved, by sorrow tried and, 788.
true before, was, 215.
Provençal song and dance, 575.
Proverb and a by-word, 1007.
Proverbs, books like, 266.
patch grief with, 53.
Proverbed with a grandsire phrase, 104.
Providence alone secures, 417.
behind a frowning, 423.
even God’s, seeming estranged, 595.
fashioned us holler, 735.
foreknowledge, will and fate, 228.
I may assert eternal, 223.
in the fall of a sparrow, 145.
is with the last reserve, 1003.
rubs which, sends, 401.
their guide, 240.
to demonstrate a, 929.
trust, let us to, 727.
ways of God are full of, 935.
Provident fear, early and, 411.
Providently caters for the sparrow, 67.
Provoke a saint, ’t would, 321.
Provokes the caper, while his off-heel, 442.
Provoketh thieves, beauty, 66.
Prow, youth on the, 383.
Prudence points the way, 860.
Prudent man looketh well, 1018.
Prudes for proctors, 672.
Prunello, leather or, 319.
Prunes and prism, 701.
Pruning-hooks, spears into, 1024.
Prussia hurried to the field, when, 489.
Psalmist of Israel, the sweet, 1007.
Psalms, purloins the, 539.
songs be turned to holy, 25.
Psalter, and the full heart ’s a, 595.
Psyche, with, my soul, 656.
Psychological moment, 836.
Public amusements, friend to, 371.
calm, peace what I seek and, 754.
credit, dead corpse of, 531.
duty, above the fog in, 730.
feasts, wedlock compared to, 176.
flame nor private, 332.
haunt, exempt from, 67.
honour is security, 875.
 

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