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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
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Forgot, propos’d as things, 325.
should auld acquaintance be, 449.
thou art not, 652.
when by thy side, 563.
Forgotten dream, hunt for a, 472.
dreams, glimpses of, 666.
even by God, 704.
lore, curious volume of, 655.
my kisses, 806.
nothing and learned nothing, 1003.
nothing new except what is, 1003.
the inside of a church, 86.
the names of their founders, 222.
Forked mountain, 158.
radish, like a, 90.
Forks, fingers made before, 293.
Forlorn hope, 969.
Form and fear, mother of, 39.
and feature, outward, 503.
and moving, admirable in, 134.
cliff that lifts its awful, 397.
combination and a, 140.
divine, the human, 344.
doth take, the bodie, 29.
finer, or lovelier face, 490.
glass of fashion and mould of, 136.
had yet not lost, 225.
of government, the Republican, 773.
of life and light, 549.
of manliest beauty, 436.
so fair that like the air, 608.
soft metal flowered to human, 329.
soul is, 29.
spoiled the, 964.
teemed with human, 394.
was ponderous and his step, 646.
we are borrowers, to use or, 699.
Forms of ancient poets, 504.
of government, fools contest for, 318.
of hairs or straws or dirt, 327.
of things unknown, 59.
that once have been, 641.
unseen their dirge is sung, by, 389.
vents in mangled, 68.
Formed by thy converse, 320.
Former times shake hands, 212.
Formulas, clear myself of cants and, 583.
Forrest, flowres that grew in, 28.
Forsake me, do not, 278.
not an old friend, 1029.
Forsaken, not seen the righteous, 1011.
when he is, 592.
Forsworn, that so sweetly were, 49.
Forted residence, 49.
Fortells, happiness their harmony, 655.
Forth on, bold and, 109.
stretch, your open hands, 790.
we went a gallant, 662.
wherefore come ye, in triumph, 604.
your rout send, a joyous shout, 605.
Fortress built by nature, 81.
mighty, is our God, 956.
my refuge and my, 1014.
Forts, no need of arsenals and, 645.
Fortuitous circumstances, 494.
concourse of atoms, 284.
occurrence, 403.
Fortune and to fame unknown, 386.
architect of his own, 167.
carves out his own, 971.
crested, 424.
Dame, is a fickle gipsy, 609.
diligence mother of good, 477.
easy to get a favour from, 895.
favours and blessings of, 923.
flatters, when, 895.
forever, wilt thou prove, 358.
gives us birth, 340.
hath divers ways, 35.
hostages to, 165.
I care not, 357.
is blind, though, 167.
is like glass, 895.
is on our side, when, 895.
is unstable, 952.
leads on to, 115.
leaves some door open, 971.
means to men most good, 79.
method of making a, 387.
most dejected thing of, 148.
mould of a man’s, 167.
not easy to keep a favour from, 895.
not satisfied with one calamity, 895.
not with the faint-hearted, 883.
out of suits with, 66.
railed on Lady, 68.
reigns in gifts of the world, 66.
slings and arrows of outrageous, 135.
to prey at, 153.
tugged with, 121.
vicissitudes of, 430.
well-favoured man is the gift of, 51.
wishes to destroy, whom, 899.
Fortunes battles sieges, 150.
before you, than, 76.
carry Cæsar and his, 914.
he will vote away, 768.
lest it may mar your, 146.
lives and sacred honour, 434.
manners turn with, 321.
my pride fell with my, 66.
parcel of their, 158.
ready to try our, 90.
virtues to sustain good, 980.
Fortune’s buffets and rewards, 137.
cap, button on, 133.
champion, thou, 79.
cup, the dregs of, 341.
finger, pipe for, 138.
ice prefers to virtue’s land, 267.
power, not now in, 212.
sharpe adversite, 5.
Forty days and forty nights, 1004.
fat fair and, 495.
feeding like one, 469.
fool at, is a fool indeed, 311.
knows it at, 307.
minutes about the earth, in, 58.
parson power, 559.
pounds a year, rich at, 396.
stripes save one, 1038.
year, wait till you come to, 697.
years old, 692.
Forty-odd befell, at, 595.
Forward and frolic glee, 491.
 

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