|John Bartlett, comp. (18201905). Familiar Quotations, 10th ed. 1919.|
|Calfs-skin on those recreant limbs, 79.|
|Call a coach, go, 285.
a spade a spade, 919.
back yesterday, 81.
evil good good evil, 1025.
for me, and one clear, 685.
for the robin-redbreast, 181.
it by some better name, 524.
it holy ground, 570.
me a spade, dont, 293.
me early mother dear, 667.
my brother back to me, 571.
my own, that I may, 689.
no faith false, 786.
nothing, but coach coach, 285.
our own, nothing can we, 1013.
shapes that come not at an earthly, 482.
the breezy, 384.
the cattle home, 727.
these delicate creatures ours, 154.
thing they, a conscience, 595.
things by their right names, 457.
to him, I may not, 821.
to-day his own, he who can, 273.
us to penance, 226.
you that backing your friends, 84.|
|Calls back the lovely April, 161.|
|Called about him everyone, 700.
him dead, 779.
many are, 1032.
the new world into existence, 464.|
|Caller, him who calleth be the, 285.|
|Calling, in his, let him nothing call but coach, 285.
|Calm, a magic power to, the breast, 607.
after a storm comes a, 284.
and proud possession of eternal things, 855.
and silent night, 699.
day of slumberous, 575.
familiar talk, 341.
heaven so clear earth so, 725.
here find that, 367.
is in that balm, all our, 654.
lights of philosophy, 297.
of idle vacancy, 376.
on the bosom of thy God, 570.
on the listening ear, 695.
peace is what I seek and, 754.
poppy-seeds of slumber deep and, 764.
so deep, I never felt a, 470.
soul of all things make mine, 753.
the troubled breast, 637.
the water is, and still, 580.
thou mayst smile, 438.
tracts of, from tempest, 677.|
|Calms after tempest, 151.|
|Calmer of unquiet thoughts, 207.|
|Calmly bear, can every anguish, 665.|
|Calmness made, keeps the law in, 476.
to remember, 777.|
|Calumnious strokes, 129.|
|Calumny, shalt not escape, 136.|
|Calvin and oatmeal, land of, 459.|
|Calvinistic creed, a, 365.|
|Cambuscan bold, story of, 250.|
|Cambyses vein, 85.|
|Came, I saw, I conquered, 921.
never, a minute too soon, 592.
peeping in at morn, 592.
prologue, excuse, 239.
saw and overcame, 90.
through, out of the skies as I, 759.
to the making of man, 804.
wonder why either of us, 837.|
|Camel, cloud in shape of a, 139.
death kneel at thy gate, 829.
like a, indeed, 139.
swallow a, 1032.
through the eye of a needle, 1032.
to thread the postern, 82.|
|Camilla scours the plain, 324.|
|Camomile the more it is trodden, 32.|
|Campaspe, Cupid and, 31.|
|Camping-ground, fames eternal, 866.|
|Camps and courts, wealth bestowed on, 645.|
|Can have no lack of good society, 644.
it be that this is all, 548.
it till this outworn earth, 683.
neither when we will enjoy, 753.
not feel the sun, 717.
not order rain or shine, 719.
such things be, 122.
this be death, 335.
till we, and do obey, 760.
we love but on condition, 713.|
|Canadian hills, cold on, 427.|
|Candid and simple and nothing-with-holding, 817.
flame ardent temperature, 827.
friend, the, 464.
where we can, be, 315.|
|Candied tongue, let the, 137.|
|Candle, bright, of the Lord, 597.
from their torches I light my, 192.
hold a, 351.
in the sun, 191.
light such a, 871.
looking in the daytime with a, 949.
of understanding, 1028.
out out brief, 125.
poor sport not worth the, 206.
scarcely fit to hold a, 351.
shall never be put out, 871.
throws his beams, 66.
to my shames, 62.
to the sun, 265, 311.
to thy merit, thy modestys a, 362.
two old chairs and half a, 703.|
|Candles are all out, 119.
are out, when the, 925.
be out all cats be grey, 11, 976.
nights, are burnt out, 108.
of the night, 66.|
|Candle-light, by yellow, 829.
colors seen by, 658.|
|Candy, glorified, 509.|
|Cane, conduct of a clouded, 326.|