|John Bartlett, comp. (18201905). Familiar Quotations, 10th ed. 1919.|
|Endless night, closed his eyes in, 382.
pain, the weariness the, 648.
there is, merit in a mans, 583.
voyage gone, one on an, 765.|
|Endow a college or a cat, 322.|
|Endurance, foresight, 475.
is godlike, and patient, 643.
is the crowning quality, 732.
victory born of, 573.|
|Endure, human hearts, 367.
the like himself, 53.
the toothache patiently, 53.
we first, then pity, 317.|
|Endures and waits, labors and, 647.
for a breath, love that, 805.
forever, but surely God, 738.
no tie, love, 272.|
|Endured, tolerable and not to be, 52.
what cant be cured must be, 190, 959.|
|Enduring as marble, 978.|
|Enemies, fallen amongst, 920.
naked to mine, 100.
of nations, mountains make, 418.
of truth, 217.
shall lick the dust, 1013.
though lions to, lambs to friends, 627.
truly civilized man has no, 826.
unhappy lot which finds no, 896.|
|Enemy dies, no tears are shed when an, 896.
faints not nor faileth, the, 726.
good bye to peace, priest for, 630.
hate thine, 1030.
he who has one, 953.
hunger, if thine, 1036.
in their mouths, 152.
is loose on the other side, 820.
love your, bless your haters, 682.
nearest and dearest, 174.
thing devised by the, 98.
to life, cares an, 74.
to mankind, 76.
we have met the, 864.
weak invention of the, 296.
you are now my, 361.|
|Enemys dog, mine, 148.|
|Energies of our system will decay, the, 828.
that can not die, 814.|
|Energy and sleepless vigilance, with, 661.
divine, march and, 329.
of thought which keeps thee, 607.|
|Enforced ceremony, 114.
|Engaged in opposing wrong, 693.|
|Engine, two-handed, 247.|
|Engines, great, move slowly, 170.
you mortal, 154.|
|Enginer hoist with his own petar, 141.|
|England, best thing between France and, 612.
be what she will, 413.
expects every man to do his duty, 446.|
|England hath need of thee, 472.
high-road that leads to, 370.
martial airs of, 533.
men of light and leading in, 410.
meteor flag of, 515.
never shall lie at the proud foot of a conqueror, 80.
not three good men unhanged in, 84.
old, on the lee, 537.
old, is our home, 629.
roast beef of, 363.
royal navy of, 392.
slaves cannot breathe in, 418.
stately homes of, 569.
this realm, this, 81.
to his Italy, linking our, 712.
true to itself, 80.
with all her faults, 413.
with all thy faults, I love thee, 418.
wooden walls of, 1053.
world or in France or in, 93.
ye gentlemen of, 176.
ye mariners of, 514.|
|Englands greatest son, 671.
noblest heritage, names that are, 726.
sun was slowly setting, 831.|
|English, abusing the kings, 45.
air, sweet as, 672.
ballad-singers joy, 473.
dead, close the wall up with our, 91.
empire of the sea to the, 580.
gun, who never lost an, 671.
legs, one pair of, 91.
nation, trick of our, 88.
style, to attain an, 369.
undefyled, well of, 28.|
|Englishman acknowledge he is happy, 698.
he is an, 800.
says nothing if he has nothing to say, 374.
stands firmest in his shoes, 619.
the dying, 462.|
|Engraving is the art of scratch, 747.|
|Enigmatical sort of calamity, 952.|
|Enjoy, can neither when we will, 753.
delight with libertie, 30.
her while shes kind, 274.
nought better than to, 709.
or even, without a certain, 600.
them that create and them that, 997.
there is much to, 786.
we prize not whiles we, 53.
your dear wit, 246.|
|Enjoyed, with more spirit chased than, 62.|
|Enjoying, think it worth, 272.|
|Enjoyment, variety is the mother of, 626.
you were made for, 746.|
|Enmities of twenty generations, 602.|
|Ennoble sots, what can, 319.|
|Ennobling dull pomp the life of kings, 754.|
|Enormous faith of many, 318.
times, corrector of, 199.|
|Enough for man to know, 319.|