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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
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Happiest dream, none thrives for long on, 757.
Happiness, a lifetime of, 838.
and peace, drowning would be, 701.
below, virtue alone is, 319.
depends as nature shows, 413.
distant views of, 181.
domestic, thou only bliss, 419.
fireside, 455.
glimpse of, saw a, 221.
lies in superfluities, 924.
man’s, to do proper things, 941.
nineteen six result, 701.
of men consists in life, 996.
of the greatest number, 1048.
of the rational animal, 941.
our being’s end and aim, 318.
our pastime and our, 477.
produced by a good inn, 372.
pursuit of, 434.
spectacle of human, 462.
that makes the heart afraid, 592.
their harmony fortells, world of, 655.
thought of tender, 476.
through another’s eyes, 71.
too familiar, 483.
too swiftly flies, 382.
virtue sufficient for, 946.
was born a twin, 557.
we prize, if solid, 362.
what right have we to, 995.
Happy accident, 174, 402, 978.
am I from care I’m free, 875.
as a lover, 476.
as kings, 829.
be, and live within our means, 787.
because God wills it, 734.
children you will rise, 696.
constellations, 238.
could I be with either, 348.
days, a world of, 96.
days appear, how short our, 749.
earthlier, is the rose distilled, 57.
families resemble one another, 996.
few, we band of brothers, 92.
fields farewell, 223.
folk, to, 790.
for him his father was before him, 293.
he whose name has been well spelt, 559.
he with such a mother, 673.
hills pleasing shade, 381.
homeward course to run, 802.
I and wretched he, if, 719.
is he born or taught, 174.
is the blameless vestal’s lot, 333.
is the man who hath never known, 632.
land, would not seek the, 717.
little, if I could say how much, 51.
make Englishman acknowledge he is, 698.
make two lovers, 330.
man be his dole, 46.
man happy dole, 11.
man that hath his quiver full, 1016.
Happy man’s without a shirt, 8.
mixtures of happy days, 554.
never so, as we suppose, 980.
no one can be, till all are happy, 773.
pair live while ye may, 233.
soul all life, sleep, 685.
soul that all the way, 259.
that have called thee so, 508.
the man and happy he alone, 273.
the man whose wish, 334.
time, I think upon that, 597.
to the unhappy owe, what the, 343.
to think more, thou hadst, 589.
visions of my youth, the, 662.
walks and shades, 239.
was it for that son, 95.
who in his verse, can steer, 985.
why so few marriages are, 291.
world, where all things live, 797.
years, ah, 541.
Harass the distrest, 366.
Harbinger, spring-time’s, 199.
Harbingers of blood and death, 126.
to heaven, 221.
Harbour bar is moaning, and the, 727.
give, in life did, 178.
ship of state to, sweep, 739.
Hard a keeping oath, sworn too, 54.
buffoonery, earn his nuts by, 729.
crab-tree, 211.
it is for the rich, how, 684.
it is to make an Englishman, how, 698.
long is the way and, 227.
nothing so, but search will find it, 203.
their lot, how, 860.
though, be the task, 758.
times were not, and money scarce, 621.
to bear, pain is, 794.
to catch and conquer, 772.
to part when friends are dear, 433.
to please everybody, 898.
to please, uncertain coy and, 490.
way of transgressors is, 1018.
word, remember that, 684.
Hardens all within, 448.
Hardest-timbered oak, 94.
Hardly a word to say, 770.
Hard-seeming world, this gross, 682.
Hardship, life of danger and, 537.
Hardships prevent melancholy, 373.
Hardy as the Nemean lion’s nerve, 131.
plant, error is a, 695.
Hare, hold with the, 12.
mad as a March, 18, 976.
to run with the, 33.
to start a, 84.
Harebell, hope is like a, 776.
Hare-brained chatter of frivolity, 626.
Hark from the tombs, 303.
hark my soul angelic, 717.
hark the lark, 159.
the shrill trumpet sounds, 296.
they whisper, 334.
 

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