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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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Wise do never live long, so, 97.
dreams, fly with thy, 342.
exceeding, fair spoken, 101.
excel, arts in which the, 279.
father knows his own child, 62.
follies of the, 365.
folly to be, 382.
fool doth think he is, 71.
for cure on exercise depend, 270.
good to be merry and, 9, 37, 450.
great men are not always, 1009.
he bids fair to grow, 898.
healthy wealthy and, 360.
hearts better than wilderness of fools, 747.
histories make men, 168.
how cautious are the, 345.
if you are wise, be, 887.
I’m growing, 719.
in his own conceit, 1020.
in show, 252.
in some, 790.
in their own craftiness, 1008.
in your own conceits, 1036.
is he that can himselven knowe, 4.
little, the best fools be, 177.
little too, 172.
made lowly, 475.
man is at home, the, 617.
man is strong, 1020.
man poor like a sacred book, 181.
man, silence an answer to a, 916.
man, to discover a, 951.
man’s son, every, 75.
men avoid the faults of fools, 911.
men fools, as maketh, 791.
men, logical consequences beacons of, 762.
men profit more by fools, 911.
men’s counters, words are, 200.
no man is born, 976.
passiveness in a, 466.
person and a fool, difference between, 888.
pound foolish penny, 186.
saws and modern instances, 69.
so young never live long, so, 97.
son maketh a glad father, 1017.
spirits of the, sit in the clouds, 89.
swift is less than to be, 341.
teach a monarch to be, 387.
the great and, decay, 810.
the only wretched are the, 287.
the reverend head, 303.
through excess of wisdom, the, 620.
through time, 337.
to learn God-like to create, 720.
to resolve patient to perform, 342.
to talk with our past hours, 307.
to-day, be, 306.
type of the, 485.
well to be merry and, 875.
what is it to be, 319.
wine can of their wits the, beguile, 345.
with speed be, 311.
words of the, 1024.
world of ours, and this, 678.
Wisely, charming never so, 1013.
one that loved not, 156.
whatever you do do, 988.
who reasons, 320.
worldly, be, 203.
Wiser and better grow, 858.
being good than bad, 711.
for his learning, no man is, 195.
in his own conceit, 1020.
in their generation, 1034.
second thoughts are ever, 885.
than a daw, no, 93.
than the children of light, 1034.
Wisest brightest meanest of mankind, 319.
censure, mouths of, 152.
man could ask no more, 738.
man who is not wise, 472.
may be perplexed, the, 408.
men not the greatest clerks, 3, 17.
men, relished by the, 389.
of men, Socrates the, 241.
to entrap the, 63.
virtuousest best, 238.
Wish and care, man whose, 334.
and, that thou wert by, 597.
faith I, you’d take, 590.
her stay, who saw to, 237.
his religion an anxious, 581.
is like a prayer with God, 659.
is woman to win, all your, 697.
not what we, 390.
now obey thy cherished secret, 745.
that failed of act, my, 651.
was father to that thought, 90.
Wishes, all their country’s, 389.
in idle, fools supinely stay, 444.
lengthen like our shadows, 309.
never learned to stray, their sober, 385.
soon as granted fly, whose, 488.
stilled, be my vain, 862.
Wished devoutly to be, 135.
she had not heard it, 150.
Wishing, content myself with, 376.
of all employments, 308.
Wishings, good meanings and, 205.
Wist, beware of had I, 9.
Wit, a man in, 335.
among lords, 369.
and gay rhetoric, 246.
and wisdom are little seen, 312.
and wisdom born with a man, 195.
brevity is the soul of, 133.
brightens, how the, 324.
cause that, is in other men, 88.
dulness intuitive declares, dull, 729.
eloquence and poetry, 260.
enjoy your dear, 246.
fault of a penetrating, 982.
for so much room there is no, 222.
hast so much, 300.
her, was more than man, 270.
high as metaphysic, 210.
in a jest, whole, 196.
in the combat, whose, 519.
in the fountain of, 892.
in the very first line, 399.
 

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