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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
Concordance Index
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Man, happy the, 273.
has business and desire, 132.
has not, a microscopic eye, 316.
he felt as a, 428.
he is oft the wisest, 472.
he that hath no beard is less than a, 50.
he was a good and just, 1034.
he’s true to God who’s true to, 733.
healthy wealthy and wise, 360.
hearty old, 506.
heaven had made her such a, 150.
her wit was more than, 270.
here lies a truly honest, 259.
highest style of, 308.
his prey was, 333.
honest as any, living, 52.
honest is aboon his might, 111.
honest is the only perfect, 183.
honest, the noblest work, 319.
how poor a thing is, 39.
I love not, the less, 547.
I pray for no, 109.
I see the steady gain of, 650.
ignorance of the law excuses no, 195.
impious in a good, 308.
impossible to be cheated, 618.
in all the world’s new fashion, 54.
in ignorance sedate, 366.
in prosperite, 5.
in the bush with God, 615.
in the distant future will, 663.
in the mind of, 467.
in the mire, 109.
in the street does not, 618.
in wit a, 335.
inclines to popery, 222.
intimates eternity to, 299.
is a bundle of relations, 618.
is a knot of roots, 618.
is a noble animal, 219.
is accommodated, 89.
is as heaven made him, 974.
is as true as steel, 107.
is born unto trouble, 1008.
is dead, when honor dies the, 649.
is found, the race of, 338.
is his own star, 183.
is little to be envied, that, 369.
is man and master, 678.
is mighty, they say that, 731.
is nature’s sole mistake, 802.
is not a fly, 316.
is not man as yet, 704.
is one world, 205.
is the gowd for a’ that, 452.
is the nobler growth, 433.
is thy most awful instrument, 482.
is vile, and only, 536.
is worth something, 706.
judgment falls upon a, 195.
justice the great interest of, 531.
kindest best conditioned, 64.
knows not for what he was made, 941.
laborin’, an’ laborin’ woman, 735.
large-hearted, 658.
laugh if such 327.
Man lay down his life for his friends, 1035.
let him pass for a, 61.
let no guilty, escape, 752.
let no such, be trusted, 66.
let not, put asunder, 1032.
let the end try the, 89.
life of a, a poem, 582.
life of a, faithfully recorded, 582.
life of, a point of time, 915.
life of, less than a span, 170.
life of, solitary, 200.
like to a little kingdom, 111.
little round fat oily, 357.
little worse than a, 61.
living dead, 50.
look sad, near to make a, 59.
looked honest enough, 796.
lot assigned to every, 936.
lot of, but once to die, 204.
low sitting on the ground, 28.
lust in, no charm can tame, 858.
made of a cheese-paring, 90.
made the town, 417.
made us citizens, 733.
makes a death, 308.
makes his own stature, 309.
maketh glad the heart of, 1015.
man’s inhumanity to, 446.
many million ages to making of, 774.
mark the perfect, 1011.
marks the earth with ruin, 547.
marry any sort of white, 698.
master of his time, 121.
may be in good spirits, any, 702.
may do, strange what a, 698.
may fish with the worm, 141.
may last but never lives, 860.
may learn a thousand things, 710.
may see how this world goes, 148.
meaning in saying he is a good, 61.
measure of the height of, 905.
meets his fate, when the good, 307.
meets his Waterloo, every, 699.
melancholic distracted, 180.
memory of, runneth not, 392.
merciful (righteous), 1018.
might know the end, that, 115.
mildest mannered, 557.
mind of desultory, 417.
mind the standard of the, 303.
mine equal my guide, 1012.
misery acquaints a, 43.
more sinned against, 147.
most married, I ever saw, 787.
most senseless and fit, 51.
mounts through all the spires, 616.
must judge for himself, 663.
must mind his belly, 371.
must play a part, every, 60.
my foe, to make one worthy, 327.
nae, can tether time or tide, 451.
nature formed but one such, 552.
nature made thee to temper, 280.
never falls so low that, 694.
never is but always to be blest, 315.
never stept, a princelier-looking, 682.
never was so wise a, before, 646.


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