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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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Head, learned lumber in his, 325.
less beloved, 547.
lodgings in a, 210.
nail on the, 20, 183.
no roofe to shrowd his, 194.
not slape that comes into my, 590.
not where to lay his, 1031.
not yet completely silvered, 419.
of the table, 976.
of things, great, 903.
off with a golden axe, 108.
off with his, 97, 296.
on horror’s, 154.
one small, 397.
plays round the, 319.
precious jewel in his, 67.
repairs his drooping, 248.
seems no bigger than his, 148.
silent doctor shook his, 349.
silvered o’er by time, 419.
so many books upon his, 457.
so young a body so old a, 64.
some less majestic, 547.
stroked with a slipper, 889.
sweet tooth in his, 33.
that wears a crown, 89.
the wise the reverend, 303.
to be let unfurnished, 210.
to contrive, 255, 430.
turn not away that sweet, 605.
turns no more his, 499.
uneasy lies the, 89.
was silvered o’er with age, 348.
what seemed his, 228.
which statuaries loved to copy, 601.
with reading stuff the, 332.
Heads are green hands are blue, their, 703.
beneath their shoulders, 150.
hide their diminished, 231.
houseless, 147.
ignominious, 339.
in the world, heart better than, 632.
nailed by the ears, 214.
never raising, 469.
so many wits so many, 10.
sometimes so little, 222.
tall men had empty, 170.
too little for wit, 222.
touch heaven, hills whose, 150.
two better than one, 12.
Head-stone of the corner, 1015.
Headstrong as an allegory, 440.
Heal a coward heart, to, 807.
the blows of sound, to, 688.
Healer, scorn not death the, 882.
Healing in his wings, 1028.
that night has shed, 824.
thy soft touch of unaware, 764.
of the most High cometh, 1029.
Health, be thou a spirit of, 130.
best physic to preserve, 167.
dainties might hurt their, 398.
good sense and good, 899.
he that will this, deny, 860.
hunt in fields for, 270.
is the second blessing, 208.
my nerves and fibres brace, 357.
Health, peace and, 387.
peace and competence, 319.
unbought, 270.
vital principle of bliss, 358.
while grace affordeth, 22.
Healths five-fathom deep, 105.
Healthful ease, no cheerfulness no, 595.
play, 302.
Healthy and normal as life itself, 826.
hatred of scoundrels, 583.
nature, blessed is the, 582.
wealthy and wise, 360
Heap lay stone on stone, dig and, 753.
misfortunes laid in one, 922.
of dust alone remains of thee, 335.
Heaps of miser’s treasures, 244.
of pearl, 96.
unsunned, of treasure, 244.
Heapeth up riches, 1011.
Hear a voice you cannot hear, I, 314.
be silent that you may, 113.
be swift to, 1041.
beyond the range of sound, 722.
by tale or history, 57.
he that hath ears to, 1033.
heavenly music what is it I, 587.
him crow, thought sun risen to, 730.
him prate, 772.
it not Duncan, 119.
listening still they seemed to, 345.
me for my cause, 113.
me, time will come when you will, 624.
none so deaf that will not, 19, 283.
plain thou ’lt, 793.
port is near the bells I, 744.
so are those who, me, 787.
the mellow wedding bells, 655.
these tell-tale women, 97.
to see to feel to, 541.
thy dusky pinions, oft I, 613.
wail in the wind is all I, 725.
Heard a wise man say, I, 842.
and do in part believe it, 127.
erect beneath the tragic years, 839.
for much speaking, 1030.
I will be, 633.
in days of old, which I, 653.
in her dreams, songs she, 636.
it said full oft, 163.
melodies are sweet, 576.
nations, entranced, 597.
of the wonderful one-hoss shay, 691.
of thee by the hearing of the ear, 1010.
round the world, 615.
so coldly, 631.
the sweet bells chime, 597.
the trailing garments, 645.
the world around, 251.
wail still is, yet its notes, 750.
wished she had not, it, 150.
Hearers, too deep for his, 399.
Hearing ear, the, 1019.
ear the speaking tongue, 619.
of the ear, heard of thee by the 1010.
 

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