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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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Take I give it willingly, 992.
I wish you’d, me, 590.
it as it comes, 802.
just, a trifling handful, 765.
knowledge we must snatch not, 320.
mine ease in mine inn, 86.
no note of him, 52.
no note of time, 306.
note take note O world, 154.
O boatman thrice thy fee, 992.
O take those lips away, 49.
physic pomp, 147.
seriously, ape whom none, 729.
some savage woman, 669.
some to pleasure, 321.
the current when it serves, 115.
the good the gods provide thee, 272.
the prison’d soul, 244.
the whole range of imagination, 699.
their grace, from which they, 664.
thine ease eat drink, 1016.
time enough, 351.
to following where He leads, 788.
what they would give, lawyers, 691.
what Thou wilt away, 421.
who have the power, they should, 473.
ye each a shell, 334, 986.
you a button-hole lower, 56.
your place there, creep home and, 729.
Takes his leave, but never, 720.
off his shoes, he who sees, 659.
the strangest liberties, he, 720.
Taken at the flood, 115.
that which he hath shall be, 1033.
to be well shaken when, 454.
Takin’ notes, a chiel’s amang ye, 449.
Taking and in giving, just in, 763.
capacity of, trouble, 584.
what a, was he in, 46.
Taking-off, deep damnation of his, 118.
Tale, a plain, shall put you down, 85.
an honest, speeds best, 97.
as ’t was said to me, 487.
every, condemns me, 97.
every shepherd tells his, 248.
every tongue brings in a several, 97.
hope tells a flattering, 869.
hope told a flattering, 869.
hope whispered, when every, 662.
in everything, find a, 466.
makes up life’s, 502.
moon takes up the wondrous, 300.
must be told by moonlight, 605.
of a tub, some, 958.
of folly, a, 790.
of Troy divine, 250.
of woe, to tell, 790.
old, and often told, 489.
or history, ever hear by, 57.
or song, never yet heard in, 243.
point a moral or adorn a, 365.
round unvarnished, 150.
schoolboy’s, a, 541.
so sad so tender and so true, 380.
tellen his, untrewe, 2.
that I relate, 417.
Tale, that is told as a, 1014.
their music tells, many a, 523.
thereby hangs a, 68, 73, 959.
’t is an old, 489.
told by an idiot, 125.
told by moonlight alone, 605.
told his soft, 295.
twice-told, tedious as a, 79, 345.
unfold, I could a, 131.
untrue, lest men suspect your, 349.
was undoubtedly true, 822.
which holdeth children, 34.
whoso shall telle a, 2.
Tales, aged ears play truant at his, 55.
fear in children increased with, 164.
if ancient, say true, 540.
of ships, 793.
of sorrow done, 396.
out of school, 12.
saddest of all, 560.
that to me were so dear, 588.
Talent does what it can, 781.
doing easily what others find difficult, 995.
his single, well employed, 366.
one, is too much for a cynic, 918.
Talents, Dryden possessed of splendid, 600.
in a man’s power, 740.
Talented-man, sure he’s a, 609.
Talismans and spells, 422.
Talk and never think, 180.
calm familiar, 341.
how he will, 281.
is of bullocks, 1029.
loves to hear himself, 107.
night is crept upon our, 115.
not of wasted affection, 643.
of dreams, true I, 105.
of graves of worms, 81.
of many things, to, 782.
of nothing but business, 1002.
of nothing but high life, 402.
of nothing but his horse, 61.
of the lips, 1018.
one thing think another, 896.
only to conceal the mind, 310.
spent an hour’s, withal, 55.
to conceal the mind, 310.
too much, think too little and, 268.
who never think, they always, 287.
with our past hours, 307.
with, witty to, 256.
with you walk with you, 61.
Talks mighty loud, 828.
of roaring lions, 78.
Talked like poor Poll, 388.
Lord how it, 197.
of me, I believe they, 305.
Talker, he is a; 884.
Talkers, good, only found in Paris, 955.
Talking age, for, 395.
Frenchman always, 374.
good old man, he will be, 52.
spark, a conceited, 390.
Tall ancestral trees, 569.
daughter of the gods divinely, 667.
fellow, many a good, 83.
 

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