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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
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Hand that rounded Peter’s dome, 614.
that rules the world, is the, 731.
then join in, 426.
thunder in his lifted, 267.
time has laid his, gently, 644.
time hath a taming, 607.
time’s devouring, 352.
to execute, 255, 430.
to take occasion by the, 665.
touch of a vanished, 670.
unblessed thy, 346.
upon a woman, man that lays his, 463.
upon many a heart, 643.
upon the ark, to lay their, 418.
upon the ocean’s mane, 598.
upon thy mane, 548.
wash this blood from my, 120.
waved her lily, 348.
whatsoever thou takest in, 1029.
white wonder of dear Juliet’s, 108.
with my heart in ’t, 43.
withhold not thine, 1023.
wrenched with an unlineal, 121.
writ by God’s own, 310.
you cannot see, 314.
Hands, a baby’s, 807.
across bloody chasm, clasp, 698.
are blue, and their, 703.
are the hands of Esau, 1005.
as if to bless, 855.
at the piping of all, 578.
by angel, 574.
by foreign, 335.
death lays his icy, 209.
entire affection hateth nicer, 27.
establish the work of our, 1014.
fatal, their, 229.
former times shake, 212.
from picking and stealing, 1042.
hath not a Jew, 63.
his two good honest, 842.
honest hearts and chainless, 579.
little folding of the, 1017.
many, make light work, 17.
mischief for idle, 302.
mouths without, 273.
never made to tear each other, 302.
new Niobe with claspèd, 763.
not hearts, 155.
of fellowship, the right, 1038.
of the sisters death and night, 744.
promiscuously applied, 548.
shake, with a king, 563.
stretch forth your open, 790.
that might have swayed, 384.
their knell is rung, by fairy, 389.
then take, 42.
to smite, 805.
to valour given, 574.
true faith and willing, 730.
two, upon the breast, 765.
washing with invisible soap, 593.
watch that wants both, 415.
wave their, for a mute farewell, 749.
were made before knives, 293.
wings or feet, 230.
with aching, and bleeding feet, 753.
Hands, with his two happy, 31.
with your, and your feet, 604.
Handel’s but a ninny, 351.
sings it, wisdom, 620.
Handful, just take a trifling, 765.
of meal in a barrel, 1007.
of silver, just for a, 707.
Hand-in-glove, were, 293.
Handiwork, showeth his, 1011.
Handle not taste not, 1039.
one old jug without a, 703.
toward my hand, 119.
Handles, everything hath two, 932.
Handmaid of justice, truth the, 460.
Hand-saw, hawk from a, 134.
Handsome, everything about him, 53.
in three hundred pounds a year, 46.
is that handsome does, 401.
than homely, I’d rather be, 827.
wee thing, 450.
Handy-dandy, change places and, 148.
Hang a calf’s skin, 79.
a doubt on, nor loop to, 154.
out our banners, 125.
over, larks at their matins, 749.
sorrow care will kill a cat, 177.
the pensive head, 248.
themselves in hope one will come and cut the halter, 222.
together, we must all, 361.
upon his pent-house lid, 116.
us every mother’s son, 57.
Hangs a tale, thereby, 68, 73.
between earth and heaven, 798.
his head for shame, 866.
on Dian’s temple, 103.
on prince’s favours, 99.
upon the cheek of night, 105.
Hanging and marriage go by destiny, 192.
and wiving go by destiny, 10, 63.
his cat on Monday, 1048.
in a golden chain, 230.
was the worst use man could be put to, 175.
Hangman of creation mark, 449.
Hangman’s whip, fear o’hell, 448.
Hank of hair, 852.
Hannah’s at window binding shoes, 765.
Hannibal had mighty virtues, 186.
was a very pretty fellow, 295.
Hans Brietmann gife a barty, 759.
Haphazard, let no act be done at, 937.
Hapless love, pangs of, 367.
Happen more beautiful that death, nothing, 742.
Happens at all, whatever, happens as it should, 937.
least expected generally, 628.
Happened in his berth; death which, 595.
once, this could but have, 711.
Happier in the passion we feel, 981.
one its course is run, yon, 751.
than I know, feel that I am, 237.
things, remembering, 669.
 

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