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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
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Sway, impious men bear, 298.
little rule a little, 358.
no limit to their, 550.
of magic potent, 482.
peace and pride of, 339.
prevailed with double, 397.
required with gentle, 232.
sweeping whirlwind’s, 383.
thousand chances that may, 579.
with absolute, 858.
Swear an eternal friendship, 462, 984.
by yonder blessed moon, I, 106.
enough to make a deacon, 737.
I eat and eat, I, 93.
I think there is nothing but immortality, 745.
not by the moon, 106.
to me that ve, 579.
to that in France, they’ll, 609.
to the truth of a song, 287.
when you rant and, 274.
Swears a prayer or two, 105.
with so much grace, 281.
Sweareth to his own hurt, 1010.
Sweat but for promotion, 67.
for duty not for meed, 67.
muck of, 402.
of my brows, 971.
of thy face, in the, 1004.
under a weary life, 136.
Sweats to death, Falstaff, 84.
Sweaty haste, 126.
Sweep on you fat and greasy citizens, 67.
ship of state to harbor, 739.
through her marble halls, 645.
Sweeps a room, who, 204.
clean, new broom, 16.
from the forest the leaves, 715.
Sweeping round from place to place, 797.
whirlwind’s sway, 383.
Sweet Afton, flow gently, 449.
Alice whose hair was so brown, 747.
all that’s, was made to be lost, 522.
and bitter fancy, food of, 71.
and cunning hand, nature’s own, 74.
and fair she seems to be, 220.
and fair, so wondrous, 220.
and for love, love, 744.
and musical as Apollo’s lute, 56.
and twenty, kiss me, 75.
and virtuous soul, 204.
and voluble is his discourse, 55.
and white, sunshine not so, 757.
apples anthosmial divine, 635.
approach of even, 230.
are the uses of adversity, 67.
are the words of love, 793.
as English air could make her, 672.
as summer, 101.
as the primrose, 398.
as year by year we lose, 569.
attractive grace, 232.
attractive kinde of grace, 23.
Auburn loveliest village, 395.
beautiful as, 308.
bells chime, last we heard the, 597.
Sweet bells jangled out of tune, 136.
bitter past more welcome is the, 74.
but then how it was, 711.
by distance made more, 477.
childish days, 470.
civilities of life, 273.
closing of an eye, yet the, 700.
content passing all wisdom, 622.
converse of an innocent mind, 577.
counsel together, we took, 1012.
cruelly, are the echoes, 724.
day so cool so calm, 204.
days and roses, 204.
discourse, Sydneian showers of, 259.
disorder in the dress, 201.
every, its sour, 404.
flowers are springing, 524.
food of knowledge, 34.
full of, desolation-balmy pain, 577.
girl graduates, 672.
golden goblet found growing, 635.
good-will, 794.
happy children you will rise, 696.
has its sour, every, 619.
head, turn not away that, 605.
hear melodies are, 576.
I fear to love you, 841.
imperious mouth whose haughty, 613.
in cadence, upon the ear, 422.
in communion, 235.
in discourse more, 228.
in every whispered word, 551.
in faith to muse, 569.
in his mouth, wickedness, 1009.
indifference, 816.
influences of Pleiades, 1010.
is death who puts, and, 680.
is every sound, 673.
is half so, 791.
is pleasure after pain, 271.
is revenge to women, 556.
is solitude, how passing, 416.
is the breath of morn, 233.
is true love tho’ given, 680.
keen smell, 769.
land of liberty, 654.
little cherub sits up aloft, 436.
little fool, 823.
love is dead, 770.
lovely fair and smellest so, 155.
May, 779.
mellifluous milking of the cow, 839.
mother-land which, for that, 682.
milk of concord, 124.
mood, in that, 466.
morsel under his tongue, 283.
not lasting, 129.
notes of the harpers ring, 587.
nothing half so, in life, 521.
peril, 780.
Phosphor bring the day, 203.
plaintive melody, like some, 587.
poison for the age’s tooth, 78.
poison of misused wine, 243.
psalmist of Israel, 1007.
reluctant amorous delay, 232.
repast and calm repose, 386.
 

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