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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
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Hopeless sons of clay, love not ye, 653.
Horace whom I hated so, 545.
Horatio, as just a man, 137.
I knew him, 144.
in my mind’s eye, 128.
thrift, thrift, 128.
to what base uses may we return, 144.
Horatius kept the bridge, 604.
Horde, one polished, 560.
Horizon, clouds along the, rolled, 613.
I saw her just above the, 409.
the, obeys me, 998.
Horn, blast of that dread, 490.
of the hunter, 861.
one blast upon his bugle, 492.
Pan lends his pagan, 331.
the lusty horn, 71.
thrice yon moon had filled her, 306.
Triton blow his wreathed, 477.
voice of that wild, 490.
Horns, blown through the conchimarian, 636.
Horrible discord, brayed, 236.
imaginings, 116.
light-house of hell, 591.
object, can there be a more, 585.
shadow hence, 122.
Horrid grind, one demd, 701.
Horror, nodding, 243.
of falling into naught, 298.
of his folded tail, 251.
secret dread and inward, 298.
Horrors, hail, 223.
on horror’s head, 154.
supped full with, 125.
Horse, anger is like a full hot, 98.
call me, 84.
cart before the, 18.
dark, 626.
give me another, 97.
gray mare the better, 17.
little dearer than his, 669.
look a gift, in the mouth, 11.
lost for want of a shoe, 360.
made fat by the king’s eye, 915.
my kingdom for a, 98.
of that colour, 75.
one, was blind, 510.
philosophy is a good, 401.
racer and hack traced to our, 605.
ride a free, to death, 978.
scarce would move a, 416.
short, soon curried, 12.
sick as a, 379.
something in a flying, 468.
starveth, while grass groweth, 14.
talks of his, 61.
that which is now a, 158.
the taxed, 462.
to the water, 14.
trumpet sounds to, 296.
Horses, between two, 93.
Italy a paradise for, 192.
not best to swap, 661.
oats food for, 187.
Horseback, beggar on, 190.
sits on his, 78.
Horsed, heaven’s cherubim, 118.
Horse-leech hath two daughters, 1021.
Horsemanship, noble, 86.
Horsemill, perpetual rack or, 188.
Hortensius, his friend, 559.
Hose a world too wide, 69.
in darning ragged, 758.
Hospitable thoughts intent, 235.
Hospitality, given to, 1036.
sitting with gladness, 644.
Host, a fearless, no slave, 580.
himself a, 337.
mingling with the vulgar, 342.
of the Garter, 45.
reckoning without their, 12.
that led the starry, 233.
universal, up sent a shout, 224.
ye heavenly, 278.
Hosts of error, 843.
Hostages to fortune, 165.
Hostess’ door, at mine, 78.
without their, 32.
Hostile empires, two everlasting, 583.
Hot and rebellious liquors, 67.
cold moist and dry, 229.
hammer your iron when it is, 895.
haste, mounting in, 542.
heat not a furnace too, 98.
in a moment, little chimney, 646.
in the mouth, 75.
temper leaps o’er a cold decree, 61.
Hound, hold with the, 33.
or spaniel, 148.
run with the, 12.
Hour, await the inevitable, 384.
before the worshipped sun peered forth, 104.
bounties of an, 306.
busy with the crowded, 617.
by his dial, 68.
by Shrewsbury clock, 88.
catch the transient, 366.
cloud which wraps the present, 380.
delight my private, 241.
evening’s calm and holy, 488.
ever thus from childhood’s, 526, 778.
every, of light and dark a miracle, 744.
for a dark, 120.
for one short, 554.
friendliest to sleep, 235.
I have had my, 274.
if we do but watch the, 555.
improve each shining, 302.
in a sunny, fall off, 526.
insects of the, 410.
lives its little, 573.
luckless from that, 228.
make the coming, o’erflow, 73.
may lay it in the dust, 541.
nothing can bring back the, 478.
now ’s the day and now ’s the, 450.
of blind old Dandolo, one, 545.
of ease, tanned reaper in his, 751.
of glorious life, one crowded, 493.
of might, in their, 526.
of night, the cheerless, 568.
of that Dundee, single, 474.
 

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