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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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Die a more painful death, 998.
all alone we, 569.
all shall, 89.
all that lives must, 127.
and endow a college, 322.
and go we know not where, 48.
and there an end, 122.
as much beauty as could, 178.
aspiring, immortality to, 37.
at the top like that tree, 294.
bear to live or dare to, 318.
because a woman’s fair, 199.
before I wake, if I, 873.
better, how can man, 604.
but first I have possessed, 549.
but fools they cannot, 308.
but once, a man can, 90.
but once, we can, 298.
by inches, 283.
cannot but by annihilating, 236.
cowards may fear to, 26.
fall mad if they do not, 584.
for her is serving thee, to, 689.
for him to-morrow, I’ll, 770.
for love, 73.
for our country ’t is a bliss to, 340.
for the truth he ought to, 617.
free men, we will, 436.
freedom or leave to, 756.
greatly think or bravely, 335.
harder lesson how to, 425.
hazard of the, 98.
here in a rage, 292.
hope nor quits us when we, 318.
immortality teach mortal how to, 765.
in a great cause, who, 555.
in an inn, 379.
in scenes like this to live and, 522.
in the last ditch, 1046.
in you rich sky, they, 672.
informs me I shall never, 299.
is cast, the, 913.
it must couple or must, 750.
it taught me how to, 610.
landing on some silent shore, 295.
leisure as to, 921.
lest pleasureless ye, 790.
let us do or, 183.
let us, to make men free, 748.
look about us and to, 314.
lot of man but once to, 204.
lot of man to suffer and to, 342.
love on till they, 527.
many times, cowards, 112.
men, but sorrow never dies, 824.
names that were not born to, 562.
nature broke the, 552.
nobly to do nobly to, 682.
nor all of death to, 496.
not born to, 562.
not willingly let it, 253.
O last regret regret can, 676.
of a rose in aromatic pain, 316.
or the world, old men must, 684.
or unknown, 333.
out late then, war will, 683.
resist fight if need be to, 746.
Die, since I needs must, 25.
taught them how to, 314.
taught us how to, 313.
teach him how to, 314.
teach men to, 960.
that the thing we love must, 713.
the day when I must, 769.
there let me sing and, 558.
these things can never, 819.
thoughts that shall not, 481.
to, is gain, 1039.
to-morrow we shall, 1025.
to-night, if I should, 838.
to save charges, 188.
to, to sleep no more, 135.
unlamented let me, 334.
wandering on as loth to, 484.
we can not, 783.
when all fair things, to, 588.
when beggars, 112.
when brains were out, 122.
who tell us love can, 508.
with decency, 280.
with harness on our back, 126.
without or this or that, 322.
without thee I dare not, 569.
young, whom the gods love, 558.
Dies a wave along the shore, so, 434.
alas how soon he, 366.
an honest fellow, 184.
and makes no sign, 94.
but never surrenders, 1002.
good man never, 496.
he that, pays all debts, 43.
hurra for the next that, 756.
in single blessedness, 57.
meaner part that, 791.
nothing, but something mourns, 558.
Died as if overcome with sleep, 879.
as one that had been studied, 117.
at night the wind, 792.
away, has never, 651.
away in hollow murmurs, 390.
away, the alien firelight, 725.
content, 993.
for liberty, 784.
for men, 811.
had no poet and they, 330.
heroes as great have, 340.
if I had thought thou couldst have, 563.
in bed they, 792.
last night, I only, 798.
liked it not and, 175.
of no blast he, 276.
since Cleopatra, 158.
the dog it was that, 400.
the lilacs bloomed and, 646.
the music has, away, 746.
to make men holy, as He, 748.
who, overwhelmed in the strife, 745.
Diet, be sober in your, 350.
doctor quiet and doctor, 293, 872.
me with, the gods will, 160.
Dieth, the noise of tempests, 700.
Dieu mésure le froid, 379.
Differ, agreed to, 506.
as heaven and earth, men, 679.
 

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