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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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God, help thyself and, will help thee, 206.
helps them that help themselves, 360.
helps those who help themselves, 265.
her fathers’, before her, 493.
himself scarce seemed to be, 499.
his life a breath of, 721.
I want to be forgotten by, 704.
I would not live, my, 682.
if, in his wisdom have, 769.
image of, in ebony, 222.
in apprehension how like a, 134.
in clouds, sees, 315.
in faces of men I see, 742.
in his works and word, 304.
in the bush with, may meet, 615.
is and all is well, 651.
is God, since, 717.
is in his heaven, 705.
is living working still, 717.
is love, 695.
is love, can burn or blot it, 691.
is near, none but, 497.
is not, 777.
is not mocked forever, 811.
is our refuge, 1012.
is our trust, in, 517.
is overhead, 810.
is the creator of the universe, 951.
is the perfect poet, 704.
is unity, 950.
just are the ways of, 242.
justify the ways of, 223.
knows, our way is where, 805.
let us worship, 447.
living as if there were no, 703.
made all the creatures, 708.
made him let him pass, 61.
made the country, 417.
majesty of, revere, 391.
makes sech nights all white, 736.
man the interpreter of, 780.
man think himself an act of, 721.
marble leapt to life a, 564.
may be had for the asking, 734.
mighty fortress is our, 956.
mills of, grind slowly, 979.
moves in a mysterious way, 423.
my father and my friend, 278.
nature is the art of, 218, 310.
necessary to invent, 986.
never dooms to waste, 703.
never sends the mouth, 11.
no, dare wrong a worm, 616.
noblest work of, 319, 447.
O, a sweet good-will, 794.
obedience to, 1051.
of my idolatry, 106.
of sea, the stern, 253.
of storms, give her to the, 688.
of things as they are, 854.
offers to every mind its choice, 621.
on our side, 506.
on the side of the heaviest battalions, 987.
one law one element one, 677.
God, one of those that will not serve, 149.
one that feared, 1008.
one that would circumvent, 143.
only, he for, 232.
or devil, every man was, 268.
our mind is, 928.
our souls at home with, 728.
out of knowledge, 818.
Pan the awe-inspiring, 480.
passed the days with, 305.
powers ordained of, 1036.
pray to, 793.
put your trust in, 598.
reason and the will of, 755.
reigneth all is well, 691.
remains, 832.
revere the majesty of, 391.
round fat oily man of, 357.
sanction of the, 337.
save the king, 285.
scourge of, 571.
security of a, 164.
send thee good ale enough, 23.
sendeth and giveth, 20.
sends a cheerful hour, 252.
sends his hail, unless, 704.
sends meat, 20.
sent his singers upon earth, 647.
servant of, well done, 236.
service ranks the same with, 705.
shall raise me up, 26.
shoutings of all the sons of, 680.
sifted a whole nation, 266.
so near to man is, 616.
spirit shall return unto, 1024.
stern daughter of the voice of, 475.
sunflower turns on her, 520.
takes a text, 205.
tempers the wind, 379.
temple built to, 206.
that I had loved a, O, 679.
the awful autograph of, 817.
the desire of, 837.
the Father God the Son, 303.
the first garden made, 261.
the only, is in the sky, 817.
the soul, 316.
the Spirit three in one, 303.
the varied, are but the, 357.
the world and love, 793.
thought which keeps thee from thy, 607.
through darkness up to, 675.
thy God my, 1006.
time and, give judgment, 807.
to glorify, a, 860.
to possess, 994.
to ruin designed, 269.
to scan, presume not, 317.
to take in, 734.
to thee only, granted, 754.
up to nature’s, 320.
upon the ocean, is n’t, 724.
vindicate the ways of, 315.
waited six thousand years, 858.
walk with, in the dark, 808.
walks in mine, 777.
 

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