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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
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Qui desiderat pacem, 425.
fugiebat, rursus prœliabitur, 216.
fuit peut revenir aussi, 216.
Quick bosoms, quiet to, 543.
bright things come to confusion, 57.
in quarrel, sudden and, 69.
to haste, the golden moments, 696.
Quickens into deeds, He, 650.
Quickly, well it were done, 117.
Quickness, with too much, 321.
Quicksands, life hath, 640.
Quid velit et possit, 409.
Quiddities, where be his, 143.
Quiddity and entity, 210.
Quiet along the Potomac, all, 766.
and peace, calm, 249.
as a nun, the holy time is, 470.
be, and go a-angling, 208.
breast, truth hath a, 80.
conscience, a still and, 99.
dream, glide through a, 538.
fond and few, sheep, 611.
kiss me and be, 350.
life, anything for a, 1044.
Merryman and Dyet, Dr., 293.
mood, jar on our own, 632.
night, peace divine like, 761.
rich, and infamous, 602.
rural and retirement, 355.
study to be, 1039.
to quick bosoms is a hell, 543.
us in a death so noble, 242.
Quiets of the past, hallowed, 738.
Quietness, ensouled by ancient, 855.
Quietus make with a bare bodkin, 135.
Quill from an angel’s wing, 484.
Quills, stops of various, 248.
upon the porcupine, 131.
upon the porpentine, 131.
Quillets of the law, nice sharp, 93.
where be his, 143.
Quintilian stare and gasp, made, 252.
Quip modest, 72.
Quips and cranks, 248.
and sentences, 51.
Quire of bad verses, 603.
Quiring to young-eyed cherubims, 65.
Quirks of blazoning pens, 151.
Quit oh quit this mortal frame, 334.
your books, up my friend and, 466.
yourselves like men, 1006.
Quite the other way, 829.
Quitting, rest is not, 716.
Quiver, after the soul is gone the limbs will, 375.
as our souls flow in one, 714.
fanes, in the air, 610.
full, man that hath his, 1016.
the moonbeams, 778.
Quiver’s choice, devil in his, 560.
Quixotic sense of the honorable, a, 656.
Quos deus vult perdere, 269.
læserunt et oderunt, 275.
Quotation, classical, 374.
Quote, by delight we all, 620.
grow immortal as they, 310.
Quoter next to the originator, the, 621.
Quoth echo plainly matter-o’-money, 720.
R, months without an, 1049.
Rabelais, quart d’heure de, 348.
Rabelais’ easy chair, 330.
Race, armageddon of the, 650.
boast a generous, 354.
but in the general, 664.
distinctions of, 773.
efforts of, due to love of praise, 747.
forget the human, 547.
friend to human, 346.
heavenly, demands thy zeal, 359.
is a life, 627.
is not to the swift, 1033.
is won, the, 765.
life’s, well run, 757.
limits of its, utmost extremes, 756.
man’s imperial, 326.
of brutes, O great and simple, 680.
of man like leaves, 338.
of other days, 564.
of politicians, 290.
rear my dusky, 669.
runs twice his, 262.
selfishness greatest curse of the human, 693.
slinks out of the, 254.
stars of human, 414.
swiftness in the forward, 572.
that binds its body in chains, a, 817.
the slaughters of the, 816.
there is but one,—huminity, 835.
waste their music on the savage, 311.
woes to thy imperial, 345.
Racer and hack may be traced, 605.
Rachel weeping, 1030.
Rack behind, leave not a, 43.
desire is a perpetual, 188.
dislimns, 158.
of a too easy chair, 332.
of this tough world, 149.
the value, being lost we, 53.
Radiance of eternity, 565.
through the abyss of, 850.
Radiant light, by her own, 244.
marginal sand-beach, 817.
one, my pure and, 857.
pearl, no, 424.
with ardour divine, 754.
with surprise, eyes all, 788.
Radish, like a forked, 90.
Rafael made a century of sonnets, 706.
of the dear Madonnas, 706.
Rafter, we meet neath the sounding, 756.
Rafts of wreck, have done on, 685.
Rag and a bone, to a, 852.
Rags, clothe a man with, 1020.
man forget not though in, 391.
virtue though in, 274.
Rage, deaf as the sea in, 80.
for fame, 431.
heaven has no, 294.
nor know the, that yells, 578.
not die here in a, 292.
 

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