|John Bartlett, comp. (18201905). Familiar Quotations, 10th ed. 1919.|
|Spider-like we feel the tenderest touch, 274.|
|Spies, sorrows come not single, 142.
thee waving here, she who, 755.|
|Spigot wield, wilt thou the, 45.|
|Spills itself in fearing to be spilt, 142.|
|Spin, loiter in pleasure or toilfully, 660.
toil not neither do they, 1030.|
|Spins, Lord Fanny, 328.|
|Spinner, blind, 779.|
|Spinning sleeps on her soft axle, 237.|
|Spinsters and knitters in the sun, 75.|
|Spires whose silent finger, 481.
ye antique towers ye distant, 381.|
|Spirit, and it saith to my, 715.
Brutus, will start a, 110.
calms, nought so much the, 556.
chased, are with more, 62.
clear, doth raise, 247.
Creator drew his, 270.
ditties of no tone, 576.
doubtful public, 411.
dull as night, 66.
ere my fainting, fell, 553.
exhilarate the, 417.
extravagant and erring, 126.
fair, rest thee now, 570.
fairer, or more welcome shade, 313.
for my minister one fair, 547.
full of, as the month of May, 86.
giveth life the letter killeth, 1038.
God the Son God the, 303.
haughty, before a fall, 1018.
he that ruleth his, 1019.
hies to his confine, 126.
his great Creator drew his, 270.
humble tranquil, 182.
I am thy fathers, 131.
ill, have so fair a house, 43.
indeed is willing, 1033.
independence, thy, 392.
lies, with dreamful eyes my, 751.
meek and quiet, 1041.
mellows, the, 768.
motions of his, are dull as night, 66.
no, dares stir abroad, 127.
not of the letter but the, 1038.
of a youth, morning like the, 158.
of counsel and might, 1025.
of health or goblin damned, 130.
of heaviness, 1026.
of judgment, some shallow, 93.
of knowledge, 1025.
of liberty, pardon something to the, 408.
of life, 857.
of man is divine, all save the, 549.
of mankind, free, 572.
of mortal be proud, 561.
of my dream, change oer the, 553.
of rebellion, 995.
of self-sacrifice, 475.
of the Lord, 1025.
of the summer-time, 770.
of wine, O thou invisible, 152.
of wisdom, 1025.
of youth in everything, 163.|
|Spirit, one of the flesh and one of the, 731.
or more welcome shade, 313.
present in, 1037.
rest, give my, 794.
rest perturbed, 133.
shall return unto God, 1024.
sister, come away, 334.
sits in a foggy cloud, 123.
so profound, he felt with, 471.
speaks to my, of thee, 552.
strongest and fiercest, 226.
that could be moved to smile, 111.
that dost render birth, 653.
that loved thee, wounded the, 869.
the accusing, 379.
the least erected, 225.
to bathe in fiery floods, 48.
unwearied, best conditioned and, 64.
vanity and vexation of, 1022.
walks of every day deceased, 307.
which is able to raise mortals, 532.
which would drag angels down, 532.
winged, is feathered oftentimes, 36.
with one fair, 547.
wounded, who can bear, 1019.|
|Spirits, any man may be in good, 702.
are not finely touched, 46.
black and white, 173.
can either sex assume, 224.
choice and master, 112.
clad in veils, 715.
deified by our own, 470.
from the vasty deep, 85.
from their urns, 554.
light, wins from toil, 387.
love in heavenly, 28.
of great events, 504.
of just men made perfect, 1040.
of the wise sit in the clouds, 89.
our actors were all, 43.
stories from the land of, 502.
twain have crossed with me, 992.
vital in every part, 236.|
|Spirits yearning cry, 819.|
|Spiriting gently, do my, 42.|
|Spiritless, so faint so, 88.|
|Spirit-small hand, 708.|
|Spirit-stirring drum, 154.|
|Spiritual, a life that shall be, 745.
creatures, millions of, 234.
grace, inward and, 1042.|
|Spit in my face, 84.
orators when out will, 71.
upon my Jewish gaberdine, 61.|
|Spite, bow thy head in gentle, 755.
death aims with fouler, 203.
in erring reasons, 316.
in learned doctors, 564.
O cursed, 133.
of all my grief revealing, 875.
of all their friends could say, 702.
of criticising elves, 412.
of his teeth, 8.
of nature and their stars, 211.
of scorn, thrice in, 225.|