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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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Gain, seem here no painful inch to, 727.
set it down as so much, 891.
the bliss of thy desire, to, 802.
the coast of bliss, 597.
the heavens, to, 794.
the timely in, to, 121.
the whole world, 1032.
to die is, 1039.
turns his necessity to, 476.
unbribed by, 863.
unvexed with all the cares of, 348.
Gains, base, the same as losses, 880.
counts his sure, 496.
for all our losses, there are, 763.
nothing risks nothing, 21.
that make our griefs our, 682.
Gained from heaven a friend, 386.
how little I have, 651.
my experience, 70.
Gaining the crown, nearer, 758.
Gait and every motion, 485.
laxer in their, 510.
when his veering, 485.
Gaiters, lax in their, 510.
Galaxy that milky way, 236.
Gale, catch the driving, 318.
down he bears before the, 580.
note that swells the, 386.
partake the, 320.
passion is the, 317.
sail with gentle, 354.
scents the evening, 447.
so sinks the, 434.
the lightning and the, 688.
wafted by thy gentle, 455.
Gales and gentle airs, 238.
that from ye blow, I feel the, 381.
Galilean lake, pilot of the, 247.
Galileo with his woes, 545.
Gall enough in thy ink, 76.
Galls his kibe, 143.
the infants of the spring, 129.
Gallant band, we went a, 662.
fisher’s life, 209.
gay Lothario, 301.
Gallantry, conscience with, 442.
Galled jade wince, let the, 138.
Gallery critics, 419.
in which the reporters sit, 603.
Galley, what the devil did he want in that, 984.
Galligaskins long withstood, 859.
Galling to a people, nothing is so, 603.
Gallop of verses, 70.
Gallops, time, 70.
Gallows, thief to the, 213.
Gallows-tree, under the, 184.
Gals acts so or so, to say why, 736.
Gamaliel, feet of, 1035.
Gambol from, which madness would, 141.
Gambols, where be your, 144.
Game above the prize, to love the, 846.
is up, 160.
little pleasure of the, 287.
of goose royal, 398.
rigour of the, 508.
Game, war is a, 421.
was empires, whose, 555.
Gamester and poet, 388.
Gang a kennin wrang, 448.
aft a-gley, 446.
Ganymede, the matchless, 340.
Gaol, we who lie in, 836.
Gaping age, mirror to a, 564.
mouth and stupid eyes, 273.
Garden and greenhouse too, 420.
bird-cage in a, 180.
come into the, Maud, 677.
God first planted a, 167.
God the first, made, 261.
in her face, there is a, 871.
in her looks, 261.
in the poor man’s, 630.
is a lovesome thing, 777.
of cucumbers, lodge in a, 1024.
of girls, the rosebud, 677.
of liberty’s tree, 516.
over old Marm Hackett’s, 724.
was a wild, the, 513.
we turn a cow out of a, 371.
Gardens trim, that in, 249.
Garden’s end, river at my, 289.
Gardener, the grand old, 667.
Gardeners, no ancient gentlemen but, 143.
Garish day, eyes grown weary of, 764.
eye, day’s, 250.
sun, worship to the, 107.
Garland and singing robes, 253.
green willow is my, 9.
immortal, is to be run for, 254.
of the war is withered, 159.
to the sweetest maid, 314.
Garlands dead, whose, 523.
would grace a summer’s queen, 492.
Garment of praise, 1026.
out of fashion, 160.
Garments fair, 993.
gray thy veiling shadows, thy, 764.
of the night, trailing, 645.
stuffs out his vacant, 79.
Garmented in light, 567.
Garners be full of fruit, 879.
Garnish, eye of heaven to, 79.
Garret, born in the, 294, 552.
jewels into a, 170.
living in a, 391.
Garrick is a salad, our, 399.
Gars auld claes, 447.
me greet, it, 451.
Garter, familiar as his, 91.
mine host of the, 45.
Garters gold amuse, 318.
Garth did not write his own Dispensary, 325.
Gas, an expedient as lighting by, 693.
Gashed with honourable scars, 496.
Gasping its life out, faction, 788.
Gate, and near the sacred, 696.
camel death kneel at thy, 829.
it matters not how straight the, 829.
lark at heaven’s, 159.
of breath, 805.
of Eden, Peri at the, 526.
 

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