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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
Concordance Index
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World had wanted many an idle song, 326.
half of the, knoweth not how the other half liveth, 957.
half-brother of the, America, 721.
harmoniously confused, 333.
harmony of the, 31.
has no tyrant like intemperance, 634.
has nothing to bestow, 362.
hath flattered all the, 26.
he gave his honours to the, 100.
he pleases all the, 986.
he that knows not the, 941.
he was for all the, 90.
him who bore the, 483.
his heart was as great as the, 621.
how little wisdom governs the, 195.
how this, goes with no eyes, 148.
I have not loved the, 544.
I hold the, but as the world, 60.
I never have sought the, 374.
if all the, were young, 68.
if God hath made this, so fair, 497.
impossible to please all the, 983.
in arms, against a, 603.
in arms, come the, 80.
in charity with the, 292.
in love with night, 107.
in that new, 670.
in the morning of the, 705.
in the universal, 93.
in this canting, 378.
in this fool’s, to earn his nuts, 729.
in this wintry, 524.
in vain had tried, 526.
in which I moved alone, 564.
incessantly wash this soiled, 744.
inhabit this bleak, alone, 521.
into this breathing, 95.
is a bubble, 170.
is a comedy, 389.
is a nettle, 780.
is a stage, all the, 69, 173, 966.
is a strange affair, 983.
is a theatre the earth a stage, 194.
is a tragedy to those who feel, 389.
is a wheel, the, 629.
is all a fleeting show, this, 524.
is ancient, when the, 169.
is filled with folly, 779.
is given to lying, how this, 88.
is good and the people are good, 861.
is growing old, the, 718.
is grown so bad, 96.
is large when leagues divide, 820.
is mine oyster, 45.
is not thy friend, 108.
is old lad, when all the, 728.
is the hand that rules the, 731.
is this wide, not large enough, 844.
is too much with us, 476.
is turned memorial, 844.
is wearied of statesmen, 628.
is wide enough for both, 378.
it were better for the, 759.
its veterans rewards, 321.
jest and riddle of the, 317.
World knows me in my book, 964.
knows nothing of its greatest men, 606.
knows only two, 178.
let any man show the, 780.
light of the, ye are the, 1030.
lights of the, 414.
limited by ourselves, 997.
little foolery governs the, 195.
little of this great, can I speak, 150.
look round the habitable, 274.
made to be lost, 790.
man is one, and hath another, 205.
man of letters amongst men of the, 601.
man of the, amongst men of letters, 601.
man’s ingress into the, 439.
most beautiful verb in, 868.
must be peopled, 51.
my country is the, 633.
naked through the, 155.
natural and political, 409.
naught in, or church or state, 738.
ne’er saw, monster the, 279.
no copy, leave the, 74.
nourish all the, 56.
now a bubble burst and now a, 315.
of clouding cares, 771.
of death, back to a, 500.
of fire and dew, 849.
of folke, 6.
of fools, my lord it is a, 684.
of happiness their harmony, 655.
of happy days, to buy a, 96.
of one religion, the, 622.
of ours, and this wise, 678.
of pleurisy and people, curest the, 199.
of sighs, for my pains a, 150.
of startling possibilities, 826.
of the powers behind the, 682.
of vile ill-favoured faults, 46.
of waters, the rising, 230.
of woe, aged in this, 542.
one good custom corrupt the, 681.
out of fashion out of the, 296.
peace to be found in the, 518.
pendant hanging in a golden chain, 230.
pomp and glory of this, 99.
prevailed and its dread laugh, 356.
prize the, holds high, 746.
proclaim, to all the sensual, 493.
puritans gave action to the, 699.
queen of the, 862.
quiet limit of the, 668.
rack of this tough, 149.
reckless what I do to spite the, 121.
rewards its votaries, 988.
round about the pendent, 48.
rub, let the, 972.
secrets of the nether, 935.
secure amidst a falling, 300.
send back the song, whole, 695.
service of the antique, 67.
shall mourn her, all the, 101.


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