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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
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Heritage, the sea, our, 537.
Hermes unsuspected dying, I see, 742.
Hermit, a sceptred, 865.
dwell a weeping, 390.
dwell, shall I like a, 26.
man the, sighed, 513.
of Prague, the old, 77.
of the dale, gentle, 402.
Hermitage, take that for an, 260.
Hero and the man complete, 299.
as in life a friend, 340.
every, becomes a bore at last, 619.
he who aspires to be a, 374.
made by murder of millions, 425.
perish or sparrow fall, 315.
see the conquering, 281.
to his valet, no one is a, 926.
Heroes as great have died, 340.
hail ye, heaven-born band, 465.
if we will, Gods are we, 754.
of old, my peers the, 711.
these, are dead, 784.
to believe in the heroic makes, 628.
Herod, out-herods, 137.
Heroic deed, counsel and, 456.
enterprise is gone, 409.
he who would write, poems, 580.
his whole life a, poem, 580.
poem a biography, 582.
stoic Cato, 559.
to believe in the, makes heroes, 628.
Heroism feels and never reasons, 621.
is the triumph of the soul, 994.
Herostratus lives, 219.
Herring, nor good red, 13.
Herrings, Douglas in red, 563.
Herte, seson priketh every gentil, 2.
Herveys, men women and, 461.
Hesitate dislike, 327.
Hesperides to fairyland, 850.
Hesperus that led the starry host, 233.
Heterodoxy another man’s doxy, 1050.
Hew and hack, somebody to, 211.
Hexameter, in the, 504.
Hey-day in the blood, 140.
Hic jacet, its forlorn, 469.
these two narrow words, 27.
Hid, murder cannot long be, 62.
universe, what a, 848.
Hidden and intimate things, 997.
soul of harmony, 249.
Hide her shame, 403.
man within him, 49.
myself in thee, let me, 432.
offences to bare to, 101.
the fault I see, to, 334.
their diminished heads, 231.
those hills of snow, 49, 184.
thou wear a lion’s, 79.
your diminished rays, 322.
Hides a dark soul, 244.
a shining face, 423.
beauties while she, reveals, 378.
from himself his state, 365.
what they are, 664.
Hideous, makes night, 331.
making night, 131.
Hideth his sharp ribs, labor pining, 696.
Hiding-place, dark and lonely, 501.
Hied me off to Arcady, 795.
Hierophants of inspiration, 568.
Hies to his confine, erring spirit, 126.
High above her head, bearing, 704.
ambition lowly laid, 487.
and fair, make thy castles, 646.
and haughty yearning, where the, 756.
and low barometer, 797.
and low, death makes equal, 9.
and low, till nature, 685.
and palmy state of Rome, 126.
cause to suffer, for a, 746.
characters cries one, 257.
converse, hold, 356.
descent, no record of her, 763.
erected thoughts, 34.
estate, fallen from his, 271.
friendship, condition which, demands, 619.
hope for a low heaven, 54.
hopes, stirred up with, 254.
instincts, 478.
life, high characters from, 320.
lineage, a damsel of, 678.
mountains are a feeling, 543.
mysteries, priestess of night’s, 613.
of the most, cometh healing, 1029.
on a throne of royal state, 226.
over-arched, 224, 239.
prize the world holds on, 746.
spirits jar our quiet mood, children with, 632.
thinking and plain living, 472.
thought and amiable words, 681.
to Him no, no low, 316.
High-blown pride broke under me, 99.
High-born Hoel’s harp, 383.
Higher law than the Constitution, 606.
levels rise, hearts to, 646.
than himself, see nothing, 694.
Highest and best, loving and serving, 716.
form of government, 773.
human nature is divine, 683.
on the tree, the ripest peach is, 833.
peppered the, 399.
stand level with the, 798.
summit of art, 995.
thing is truth, 4.
virtue, true humility the, 680.
Highgate Hill, as I came down the, 855.
Highland Mary, spare his, 649.
Highlands, my heart’s in the, 450.
High-lived company, 402.
Highly fed and lowly taught, 73.
what thou wouldst, 117.
Highness’ dog at Kew, 334.
High-road to England, 370.
Highway is unfeatured air, my, 725.
Highways, rivers are, 985.
Hill apart, sat on a, 228.
as it hurried down the, 750.
by the wind-beaten, 515.
city that is set on an, 1030.
cot beside the, 455.
 

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