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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
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Halcyon days, 93.
Half a candle, two old chairs and, 703.
believed, who never doubted never, 721.
broken-hearted, 539.
dust half deity, 554.
exceeds the whole, 879, 944.
hidden from the eye, 469.
his Troy was burnt, 88.
in shade and half in sun, 523.
knows everything, 604.
made up, 95.
my better, 34.
our knowledge we snatch, 320.
part of a blessed man, 78.
slave and half free, 660.
so good a grace, 47.
so sage as he wrote, truths, 726.
the creeds, faith in, 676.
the power that fills the world, 645.
the wealth bestowed on camps, 645.
the world knoweth not how the other half liveth, 957.
too civil by, 440.
Half-brother of the world, 721.
Half-gods go, when, 615.
Halfpenny loaves for a penny, 94.
Half-pennyworth of bread, 85.
Half-shirt is two napkins, 87.
Half-shut eye, before the, 357.
eyes, sees with his, 326.
Half-world, now o’er the one, 119.
Hall, cottage or come they from, 660.
Douglas in his, 490.
his, the azure dome, 617.
merry in, where beards wag all, 21.
merry swythe it is in, 21.
never stept thro’ a prince’s, 682.
or bower, never heard in, 243.
Halls, dwelt in marble, 561.
of dazzling light, 865.
of death, the silent, 572.
of night, dim, 613.
sweep through her marble, 645.
Halloing and singing of anthems, 88.
Halloo your name, 75.
Hallowed is the time, 127.
relics should be hid, 251.
thing, poet’s mistress is a, 665.
Hallucination, universal, 838.
Halt between two opinions, 1007.
to learn to, 915.
Halter draw, felt the, 440.
in hope one will cut the, 222.
now fitted the, 288.
threats of a, 436.
Halves, I’ll go his, 958.
Hame, late in a gloamin’ Kilmeny came, 868.
Hamlet, as he could have written, 585.
at the close of the day, 428.
king father, I’ll call thee, 130.
now the king drinks to, 145.
rude forefathers of the, 384.
tragedy of, with the prince of Denmark being left out, 494.
Hammer, no sound of, 421.
nor axe, neither, 1007.
Hammer, smith stand with his, 80.
your iron when it is hot, 886.
Hammers, aprons rules and, 159.
closing rivets up, 92, 296.
no, fell, 535.
Hampden, some village, 385.
Hand, adore the, 289.
against every man, 1008.
and glove, 413.
and heart, I give my, 530.
and heart open and free, 102.
angry wafture of your, 112.
bird in the, 15, 926.
books to hold in the, 375.
cheek upon her, 105.
cloud like a man’s, 1007.
findeth to do do it, 1023.
foot and, go cold, 23.
for hand foot for foot, 1005.
forget her cunning, 1016.
freeman with unpurchased, 689.
glove upon that, 105.
God’s right, and left, 721.
handle toward my, 119.
has brushed them, no friendly, 296.
hath made our nation, thy, 689.
head and heart go together, 747.
her ’prentice, 446.
his red right, 227.
hold a fire in his, 81.
I argue not against heaven’s, 252.
imposition of a mightier, 600.
in hand, 50, 240, 362, 973.
in hand in the golden, 599.
in hand, with the sea-breeze, 841.
in thy right, carry gentle peace, 100.
larger heart the kindlier, 676.
led by the Almighty’s, 261.
length of days in her right, 1017.
let not thy left, know, 1030.
licks the, just raised, 315.
lifted in awe, 311.
like the dyer’s, 163.
may no rude, deface it, 469.
misery is at, 955.
morn with rosy, 235.
mortality’s strong, 80.
nature’s sweet and cunning, 74.
not able to taste, 58.
of little employment, 143.
of steel, 798.
of war, 81.
one flag one heart one, 690.
open as day for melting charity, 90.
put in every honest, a whip, 155.
riches and honour in her left, 1017.
Satan was now at, 228.
sweet lips soft, 577.
sweet Roman, 76.
sweeten this little, 124.
sworn foe to tyrants, 459.
that dealt the blow, 514.
that fed them, bite the, 411.
that gave the blow, 277.
that gives the blow, 289.
that hath made you fair, 49.
that made us is divine, 300.
that rocks the cradle, 731.
 

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