|John Bartlett, comp. (18201905). Familiar Quotations, 10th ed. 1919.|
|Rest nowhere, the, 1047.
palace of, 784.
peace and, at length have come, 594.
perturbed spirit, 133.
sit round it and pluck, the, 659.
so may he, 100.
springs from strife, 786.
strength of mind is not, 317.
taste of, 775.
there the weary be at, 1008.
to their lasting, 80.
too much, itself becomes a pain, 346.
veneration but no, 166.
who doth not crave for, 717.
who sink to, 389.
who would not be at, 718.
with our limbs at, 728.
work first and then, 747.|
|Rested under the drums, 219.|
|Resting quality, true-fixed and, 112.|
|Resting-place so fair, no mortal, 546.|
|Restless day, joy is like, 761.
ecstasy, to lie in, 121.
sea, more fickle than the, 791.
soul, love orbit of the, 756.
violence, blown with, 48.|
|Restlessness, round our, His rest, 657.|
|Restorer, natures sweet, 306.|
|Restraint, liberty is wholesome, 531.
luxurious by, 238.|
|Restreine thy tonge, 5.|
|Restriction on the multiplication of the inferior, 773.|
|Resty sloth, 160.|
|Result happiness, nineteen six, 701.
misery, twenty ought and six, 701.
of chance and temperament, 791.|
|Resumption, the way to, 652.|
|Resurrection, hope of the, 1043.|
|Retard, every doubt that can, 622.|
|Reticence behind, 844.|
|Retired into his political cave, 700.
|Retirement, Platos, 241.
rural quiet, 355.
short, urges sweet return, 239.|
|Retiring ebb, neer feels, 155.|
|Retort courteous, 72.|
|Retreat a single inch, I will not, 633.
friend in my, 416.
loopholes of, 420.
make an honourable, 70.|
|Retreats, beauty dwells in deep, 485.
of the ocean, sunless, 524.|
|Retribution and undying pain, seed of, 647.|
|Retrograde, all that is human must, 430.|
|Retrospection to the future, 440.|
|Return, bid time, 81.
I thought she bade me, 380.
no more to his house, 1008.
not till the hours of light, 753.
retirement urges sweet, 239.
there swift, diurnal, 237.
thou art gone and never must, 247.
to Lochaber no more, 859.
to our muttons, 957.|
|Return to our wethers, 957.
to the celestial sphere, I, 742.
unto thy rest my soul, 497.
vilest sinner may, 303.|
|Returning as tedious as go oer, 123.
back to their springs, its waters, 643.
port and hawsers tie no more, 745.
who dreads to the dust, 756.|
|Reveal no secrets, 398.|
|Revel in a summer night, loves to, 654.
of the earth, the, 544.
was done, 781.|
|Revels, midnight, 225.
now are ended, 43.
the winds their, keep, 714.|
|Revelation of the Divine Idea, crystalline, 636.|
|Revelator of the achromatic white light, 636.|
|Revelry by night, sound of, 542.
midnight shout and, 243.|
|Revenge at first though sweet, 238.
back on itself recoils, 238.
capable and wide, 155.
forgiveness better than, 944.
hath stomach for them all, 156.
if not victory, 226.
is a kind of wild justice, 164.
is profitable, 430.
is virtue, with whom, 311.
it will feed my, 63.
malice couched with, 232.
study of, 223.
sweet is, to women, 556.
will most horribly, 93.|
|Revenges, time brings in his, 77.|
|Revenons à nos moutons, 957.|
|Revenue, streams of, 531.|
|Reverberate hills, halloo your name to the, 75.|
|Revered abroad, 447.|
|Reverence is lent to well-established precedent, 840.
knightly love is blent with, 729.
none so poor to do him, 113.
to God, a due, 170.
to yon peeping moon, 173.|
|Reverend head, the wise the, 303.
signiors, grave and, 149.
vice that grey iniquity, 85.|
|Reveries so airy, 419.|
|Reversion in the sky, 335.|
|Reviewers people who have failed, 505.|
|Revisitst glimpses of the moon, 131.|
|Revolts from true birth, 106.|
|Revolution, age of, 435.|
|Revolutions are not made they come, 699.
never go backward, 699.|
|Revolves the sad vicissitudes, 393.|
|Revolving moon, of one, 268.|
|Reward of a thing well done, 619.
of virtue is virtue, only, 619.
though late a sure, 294.
virtue is its own, 206.
virtue to itself a, 207.|
|Rewards, fortunes buffets and, 137.|