|John Bartlett, comp. (18201905). Familiar Quotations, 10th ed. 1919.|
|Soul, measured by my, 303.
medicine for the, 1001.
merit wins the, 326.
most heretofore sin-spotted, 757.
most offending, alive, 92.
mouse of any, 336.
my chastened, 993.
my, had panted, 814.
mysterious cement of the, 354.
never dying, to save, 860.
O my prophetic, 132.
of business, despatch is the, 353.
of cypress with Psyche my, 656.
of goodness in things evil, 92, 773.
of harmony, the hidden, 249.
of man, diseases crucify the, 188.
of man is larger than, 585.
of man is like the rolling world, 775.
of man, portions of the, 731.
of man, such affinity with the, 694.
of music shed, 519.
of music slumbers in the shell, 455.
of Orpheus sing, 250.
of our grandam, 77.
of Richard, 97, 296.
of the age, 179.
of the whole past time, 584.
of this world, time is the, 928.
of truth, 773.
of wit, brevity is the, 133.
one, in two bodies, 948.
palace of the, 221, 541.
perdition catch my, 153.
possest, once my, 794.
profits by what the body suffers, 772.
rapt, sitting in thine eyes, 249.
return unto thy rest my, 497.
saw a glimpse of happiness, 221.
secret, to show, 551.
secured in her existence, 299.
shes dead, rest her, 143.
shining through them, 780.
sighing under a sycamore tree, 406.
sinews of the, 222.
sleep holy spirit blessed, 667.
so dead, man with, 488.
soothed his, to pleasures, 272.
speech is a mirror of the, 900.
stirring in his, 480.
stream which overflowed the, 481.
sweet and virtuous, 204.
swell the, to rage, 272.
take the prisoned, 244.
tell me my, can this be death, 335.
that can be honest, 183.
that eye was in itself a, 550.
that from mans, 791.
that perished in his pride, 470.
that rises with us, 477.
the bodys guest, go, 25.
the desire of the, heaven, 837.
the whiteness of his, 776.
the whole, of a man, 583.
thou hast much goods laid up, 1034.|
|Soul, three books on the, 706.
through my lips, 666.
tilts with a straw, 484.
to dare the will to do, the, 491.
to give the, fit nourishment, 630.
to keep, pray the Lord my, 873.
to soul, intercourse from, 333.
to stray, never taught his, 315.
to-day is far away, my, 751.
transmigration of the, 951.
tumult of the, 481.
two bodies with one, 340.
unborn ages crowd not on my, 383.
unction to your, 141.
under the ribs of death, 245.
uneasy and confined from home, 315.
unlettered small-knowing, 54.
unto his captain Christ, gave his, 82.
unto the lines accords, 205.
vigour is in our immortal, 303.
was immortal, that the, 946.
was like a star, thy, 472.
what will satisfy the, 744.
white as heaven, 197.
whiteness of his, 543.
why shrinks the, 298.
will is free strong is the, 754.
wingèd chalice of the, 770.
with crosses and cares to fret thy, 30.
within her eyes, 554.
yearning of the, sting no more, 756.|
|Souls, above the flight of common, 393.
are ripened in our northern sky, 433.
at home with God, and our, 728.
beyond the reaches of our, 131.
corporations have no, 24.
flow in one down eternitys, 714.
golden silence bid our, be still, 764.
great, are portions of eternity, 731.
have ye, in heaven too, 577.
his memory green in our, 519.
immediate jewel of their, 153.
in prayer, steeped their, 665.
made of fire, 311.
mounting up to God, 769.
my friends and brother, 682.
noble and well-beloved, 804.
of all that men held wise, 217.
of Christian, 793.
of fearful adversaries, 95.
of thought, thoughts that are the, 655.
saw how, of men had grown, 788.
sit close and silently, our, 274.
such harmony is in immortal, 65.
sympathy with sounds in, 421.
that cringe and plot, 734.
that were forfeit once, 47.
thought of thinking, 582.
thoughts as boundless our, as free, 550.
times that try mens, 431.
to souls can never teach, 715.
two, with a single thought, 992.
unbodied dwell, 347.
we loved, to see the, 677.
who have loved, no love for, 728.|