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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
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Trust in money, put not your, 692.
in princes, put not your, 1016.
in Providence, put your, 313.
let us to Providence, 727.
magistracy is a great, 411.
no agent, 51.
no future howe’er pleasant, 639.
no man on his oath, 109.
no man without a conscience, 379.
old friends to, 171.
somehow good will be, 675.
soothed by an unflatering, 572.
takes in, our youth, 26.
that all is best, to, 715.
we are unfit for any, 760.
woman’s faith and woman’s, 494.
Trusts, offices are public, 529.
public, 1051.
Trusted, let no such man be, 66.
Trustees of posterity, youth of a nation, 628.
officers of government are, 517.
Trustful birds have built their nests, 822.
Trusty drouthy crony, 451.
Truth, acknowledgment of, 996.
and beauty grow, 823.
and daylight meet, 255.
and noonday light to thee, 719.
and pure delight, heirs of, 477.
and repose, choice between, 621.
and shame the devil, 85, 958.
and soberness, words of, 1035.
at His requiring taught, 650.
authority and show of, 52.
basis of every, 409.
be in the field, so, 255.
be one, though, 846.
beauty and, are worthy to be sought, 816.
born to inquire after, 964.
bright countenance of, 253.
but O the, 772.
by Him who was the, 684.
cannon-balls may aid the, 718.
champion of the, 814.
change lays not her hand upon, 806.
crushed to earth, 573.
denies all eloquence to woe, 551.
desire of fame and love of, 681.
divorcing themselves from, 584.
doubt, to be a liar, 133.
eloquent man not speaking the, 585.
enemies of, 217.
fancy deemed was only, 662.
fiction lags after, 408.
forever on the scaffold, 732.
from his lips prevailed, 397.
from pole to pole, spread the, 300.
great is, and mighty, 1028.
great ocean of, 278.
has never been contained in one creed, 832.
has such a face, 269.
hath a quiet breast, 80.
he ought to die for, 617.
he who has, at his heart, 746.
her glorious precepts draw, 863.
Truth, His, is marching on, 747.
his utmost skill, 174.
I will be harsh as, 633.
impossible to be soiled, 253.
in action, justice is, 624.
in every shepherd’s tongue, 25.
in masquerade, 560.
in simple nakedness, white, 678.
in the light of, 475.
in the strife of, 732.
in wine there is, 905.
increase to her, 378.
is always strange, 560.
is beauty beauty is truth, 576.
is communicated to men, 996.
is generally best vindication, 660.
is great and shall prevail, 757.
is its handmaid, 460.
is precious and divine, 213.
is the handmaid of justice, 460.
is the highest thing, 4.
is the secret of eloquence, 995.
is truth, 49.
is within ourselves, 704.
lay in a holy book, Mohammed’s, 665.
lend her noblest fires, 540.
lie which is half a, 671.
lies deep down, 952.
lies like, 125.
makes free, whom the, 421.
man never harmed by, 940.
may be, tell how the, 487.
may bear all lights, 581.
mercy and, are met together, 1013.
miscalled simplicity, 162.
mountains of, 997.
mournful, 366.
must be sought with positivists, 765.
nature is styled, 941.
never yet fell dead, 694.
not to be spoken at all times, 966.
nothing so powerful as, 534.
nothing so strange as, 534.
obtainable, is no truer, 714.
ocean of, all undiscovered, 278.
of a song, swear to the, 287.
of history, 910.
of truths is love, 722.
on the scaffold, 732.
one, is clear, 316.
one way possible of speaking, 712.
or the satisfaction of intellect, 657.
pardon error but love, 987.
patriot, 863.
purity and, eternal joy, 280.
put to the worse, 255.
quenched the open, 491.
ridicule the test of, 581.
sanctified by, 483.
scythes of, had mown, 788.
seeming, 63.
severe by fairy fiction drest, 383.
shall be thy warrant, 25.
shall ever come uppermost, 718.
shall make you free, 1035.
simple, his utmost skill, 174.
so pure of old, kept thy, 252.
 

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