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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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Earth, the revel of the, 544.
this blessed plot, this, 81.
this goodly frame the, 134.
this grave this dust this, 26.
this is the last of, 459.
this opacus, 237.
through, sea and air, 501.
tickle the, with a hoe, 612.
tideless and inert, 828.
to earth ashes to ashes, 1043.
to every man upon this, 604.
to highest skie, 30.
to lighten, from Paradise, 806.
to make, happy, 760.
truth crushed to, 573.
unfolds both heaven and, 57.
upon the lap of, 386.
walk the, unseen, 234.
was made so various, 417.
was nigher heaven, when, 705.
way of all the, 1006.
when it is sick, 199.
whereon thy feet do tread, 27.
which, can never tame, 610.
whole, and stars in the sky, 741.
whose table, 555.
with her thousand voices, 501.
with orient pearl sowed the, 234.
ye have left your souls on, 577.
Earths and skies and seas, new, 722.
Earth’s base built on stubble, 245.
biggest country, 737.
bitter leaven, 473.
boastful boys, 614.
breast, at rest in the green, 728.
firmament, stars in, 639.
full rivers, 777.
greatest nation, 737.
green fields and ocean’s, o’er, 717.
is crammed with heaven, 659.
last picture is painted, 853.
noblest thing, 731.
philosopher, and never, 726.
pure ablution round, human shores, 578.
Earthlier happy is the rose, 57.
Earthly bliss, the sum of, 238.
dignities, peace above all, 99.
flowers, hope’s wreaths are made of, 653.
godfathers of heaven’s lights, 54.
hope and heavenly hope, 535.
nothing, bounds her, 524.
nothing, could surpass her, 555.
paragon, 160.
power show likest God’s, 64.
singers, first of, 771.
soil and scath, 821.
Earthquake, gloom of, 564.
shock the ocean storm, 562.
Earthquakes, succeeded or preceded by, 797.
Ease, age of, 396.
and alternate labour, 355.
and speed in doing a thing, 910.
doctrine of ignoble, 840.
done with so much, 267.
flow with artless, 437.
Ease, for aye to dwell, at, 666.
hours of, 455, 490.
I was weary and ill at, 761.
in Casey’s manner, 856.
in mine inn, 11, 86.
in writing comes from art, 324.
live at home at, 176.
mob who wrote with, 329.
never wholly be at, 841.
no cheerfulness no healthful, 595.
of burdens, 972.
of heart her look conveyed, 444.
on the other, and, 694.
peace nor, the heart can know, 389.
ran on with greater, 215.
roots itself in, on Lethe wharf, 131.
studious of, 859.
tanned reaper in his hour of, 751.
things which men confess with, 932.
vaulted with such, to his seat, 86.
with grace, 357.
would recant vows made in pain, 231.
you write with, 443.
Eased the putting off, 234.
Easier for a camel, 1032.
to be played on than a pipe, 139.
Easiest person to deceive is one’s self, 632.
Easily as a king, 110.
Bacon could as, created, 585.
things go wrong, how, 759.
Easiness to the next abstinence, 141.
property of, 143.
East and the west shall blend, 847.
and west, 798.
curtains of the, 785.
golden window of the, 104.
is east, 852.
it is the, and Juliet is the sun, 105.
moon ascending up from, 743.
where the gorgeous, 226.
wind never blow, may the, 207.
Easter-day, sun upon an, 256.
Eastern kings, guilt of, 258.
skies, sun illumed the, 758.
Easy as lying, 138.
if to do were as, as to know, 60.
leap, methinks it were an, 84.
to be true, 859.
to marry a rich woman, as, 698.
writing curst hard reading, 443.
Easy-chair, Rabelais’, 330.
Eat and drink as friends, 72.
and drink, bad men live to, 924.
and drink, let us, 1025.
and eat I swear, 93.
drink and be merry, 1023.
each other, cannibals that, 150.
I cannot, but little meat, 22.
not the heart, 915.
of a king, worm that hath, 141.
or drink, what ye shall, 1030.
paper, he hath not, 55.
some have meat and canna, 452.
the lotus of the Nile, to, 651.
thy cake and have it, 205.
thy heart, 30.
 

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