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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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Father’s house, chimneys in my, 94.
house, daughters of my, 76.
house, many mansions in my, 1035.
house, nearer my, 758.
joy mother’s pride, 492.
spirit, I am thy, 131.
Fathered, so, and so husbanded, 112.
Father-in-law, fine thing to be, 454.
Fatherly, I cannot lift it up, 733.
Fathom five, thy father lies full, 42.
five, under the Rialto, 554.
line could never touch ground, 84.
Fathomless universe, praised be the, 744.
Fatigued with life, 513.
Fattest hog in Epicurus’ sty, 393.
Fault against the dead, 127.
at all, who hath no, 679.
condemn the, and not the actor, 47.
every man has his, 109.
excusing of a, makes it worse, 80.
grows two thereby, 205.
he that does one, 301.
I see, hide the, 334.
in great matters, 910.
is not in our stars, 110.
it has no kind of, 801.
just hint a, 327.
of a penetrating wit, 982.
of angels and of gods, 335.
of fools, wise men avoid the, 911.
on one side, 982.
one loves him better for all his, 401.
political, 991.
proudly clung to their first, 704.
rich without a, 337.
seeming monstrous, 70.
their stars were more in, 287.
to heaven to nature, 127.
who hath, he is all, 679.
Faults, all his, observed, 115.
be blind to her, 287.
England with all her, 413.
England with all thy, 418.
if he had any, 399.
in vain you quote my, 511.
lie gently on him, 100.
men moulded out of, 50.
thou hast no, 295.
to be conscious of no, 585.
to scan, careless their, 396.
to see all others’, 319.
world of vile ill-favoured, 46.
Fault-finding critic, regarded his, 723.
Faultily faultless, 677.
Faultless body, 342.
in his dealings, he was, 609.
monster, 279.
piece to see, thinks a, 323.
Favour is deceitful, 1021.
must come to this, 144.
Favours are denied, when, 362.
call, nor for her, 333.
given, pleased with, 362.
hangs on princes’, 99.
lively sense of future, 304.
sweet and precious, 451.
Favoured land, somewhere in this, 856.
Favourite has no friend, 381.
sin, his, 507.
to be a prodigal’s, 475.
Favourites early death, heaven gives its, 546.
Fawn at his feet, 780.
Fawne and crouch, 30.
Fawning, thrift may follow, 137.
Fayre and fetisly, spake ful, 1.
Fear above, all doubt beyond all, 691.
adored through, 421.
and bloodshed, 476.
and o’er the buried land of, 749.
and sorrow, pine with, 29.
as love casts out, 679.
bid farewell to every, 303.
boys with bugs, 72.
cannot taint with, 124.
death in every hedge, 969.
death, men, 164.
each bush an officer, 95.
early and provident, 411.
from hope and, set free, 806.
God honour the king, 1041.
God nothing else to fear, 391.
hope and longing at strife, 857.
in that, doubteth thee, 760.
in the night, imagining some, 59.
is affront, 313.
is as bad as falling, the, 160.
is sharp-sighted, 971.
little care we little we, 697.
may break faith, 807.
may force a man, 11.
mother of form and, 39.
never, want of persuasion, 746.
no, in love, 1041.
not and be just, 100.
not guilt, those who, 413.
not to touch the best, 25.
o’ hell’s a hangman’s whip, 448.
of death, 897.
of God before their eyes, 1036.
of kings, 64.
perfect love casteth out, 1041.
so hate casts out, 679.
strange that men should, 112.
that reigns with the tyrant, 642.
the lightest heart, I, 653.
thy nature, yet do I, 117.
to be we know not what, 276.
to die, cowards may, 26.
to fall yet fain would climb, 26.
to live alone, 569.
white with the, of the foe, 748.
Fears and saucy doubts, 122.
do make us traitors, 123.
faith triumphant o’er our, 641.
God and knows no other fear, 391.
his fate too much, 257.
hope when it dawns from, 491.
humanity with all its, 641.
humble cares and delicate, 469.
more, than wars or women have, 99.
no, to beat away, 482.
of all the years, 792.
of the brave, 365.
 

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