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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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Fast bind fast find, 10.
by a brook, 428.
by the oracle of God, 223.
hold, that which is, 1039.
in fires, confined to, 131.
rising from affluence, 796.
some break their, 263.
spare, 249.
till he is well, 768.
too late who goes too, 898.
Fast-anchored isle, 418.
Fasten him as a nail, 1026.
Fast-flitting meteor, 561.
Fast-flying cloud, 561.
Fasting for a good man’s love, 70.
Fat and greasy citizens, 67.
contentions, 253.
dividends, incarnation of, 564.
fair and forty, 495.
feed, the ancient grudge, 61.
I am resolved to grow, 275.
is in the fire, 9.
laugh and be, 858.
liberal soul shall be made, 1018.
men about me that are, 111.
more, than bard beseems, 357.
must stand upon his bottom, 265.
oily man of God, 357.
one of them is, and grows old, 84.
oxen, who drives, 375.
things, feast of, 1026.
waxed, and kicked, 1006.
weed on Lethe wharf, 131.
Fatal and perfidious bark, 247.
bellman, the owl, 119.
circumference, 785.
gift of beauty, the, 545.
hands, their, 229.
shadows that walk by us, 183.
so sweet was ne’er so, 156.
word farewell, 551.
Fate, all are architects of, 647.
and care, thou dost mock at, 617.
and wish agree, did my, 489.
await no gifts have conquered, 754.
binding nature fast in, 334.
cannot harm me, 461.
conspire, thou and I with, 849.
cowards mock the patriot’s, 866.
cries out, my, 131.
customary, of new truths, 762.
did, begin, 806.
display, thy future, 344.
each cursed his, 860.
eagle’s, and mine are one, 219.
eternal doom of, 29.
fixed, freewill foreknowledge, 228.
forced by, 274.
gave me whate’er else denied, 739.
hanging breathless on thy, 641.
has wove the thread of life, 343.
he either fears his, too much, 257.
heart for any, 639.
heart for every, 553.
heaven hides the book of, 315.
I am the master of my, 829.
itself could awe the soul of Richard, 296.
Fate laughs at probabilities, 632.
limits of a vulgar, 382.
man is man and master of his, 678.
man is never wide of his, 616.
man meets his, 307.
man the fool of, 346.
no armour against, 209.
no man appears to tell their, 344.
no one is so accursed by, 640.
of a woman long to be patient, 646.
of mighty monarchs, 356.
of Rome, big with the, 297.
proud captain of thine own, 829.
seemed to wind him up, 276.
sits on these dark battlements, 456.
soothe the hurts of, 798.
stamp of, 337.
struggling in the storms of, 336.
take a bond of, 123.
things produced by, 951.
to bear is to conquer our, 515.
torrent of his, 366.
true as, 182.
unchallenged, 774.
where the good man meets his, 307.
why should they know their, 381.
wisest man ask no more of, 738.
with a heart for any, 639.
Fates and destinies, 62.
men are masters of their, 110.
of mortal men, the, 341.
wills and, so contrary run, 138.
Fate’s remote decrees, 343.
Fateful lightning, He hath loosed the, 747.
Father Abram, 62.
all the world and one’s, 983.
and mother, honour thy, 881.
and my friend, my, 278.
antic the law, 83.
craves a booby son, booby, 310.
feeds his flocks, 392.
have a turnip than his, 375.
her, loved me, 150.
hoarding went to hell, 95.
I like the lad who when his, 720.
I scarcely dare to pray, 779.
lies, full fathom five thy, 42.
mother brethren all in thee, 338.
my, made them all, 421.
no more like my, 128.
of a family, 934.
of all in every age, 334.
of the man, the child is, 469.
Son and Holy Ghost, 278.
thy will not mine be done, 630.
to that thought, wish was, 90.
was before him, happy that his, 293.
William, you are old, 506, 781.
wise, knows his own child, 62.
wise son maketh a glad, 1017.
Fathers, ashes of his, 604.
have eaten sour grapes, 1027.
sins of the, 885.
where are thy, 1028.
worshipped stocks, our, 252.
Father’s brother, my, 128.
face, features of my, 552.
 

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