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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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Ladies, fond of the company of, 376.
good night sweet, 142.
intellectual, lords of, 555.
make nets and not cages, 291.
of St. James’s, 815.
over offended, 297.
sigh no more, 51, 405.
whose eyes rain influence, 249.
Ladies’ love, unfit for, 272.
Lady Disdain are you yet living, 50.
doth protest too much, 138.
faint heart ne’er won fair, 975.
fair, 852.
Fortune, railed on, 68.
garmented in light, 567.
he’s dead and gone, 405.
here come the, 107.
is in the case, when a, 349.
married to the Moor, 477.
Moon where are you roving, 665.
of the Mere, 472.
protests too much, 138.
so richly clad, 499.
sweet arise, 159.
weep no more, 405.
who lent his, to his friend, 559.
Lady’s fan, brain him with his, 84.
Ladyship, humorous, 79.
Lady-smocks all silver white, 56.
Lags the veteran, superfluous, 365.
Laid low in my grave, 78.
me down with a will, 830.
on with a trowel, 66.
Lair, rouse the lion from his, 495.
Lake, looks at the stars above, 809.
or moorish fen, 244.
pilot of the Galilean, 247.
silver, on thy fair bosom, 580.
swan on still St. Mary’s, 474.
swan swims on a, 593.
thou in thy, dost see, 756.
where drooped the willow, 610.
Lake-lily is an urn some nymph, 704.
Lamb, go to bed with the, 454.
God tempers the wind to the shorn, 379.
one dead, is there, 641.
skin of an innocent, 94.
the frolic and the gentle, 486.
to the slaughter, as a, 1026.
Una with her milk-white, 477.
wolf dwell with the, 1025.
Lambs, such protection as vultures give to, 442.
to their friends lions to enemies, 627.
Lambe them lads, 495.
Lambent gleam, 832.
Lame and impotent conclusion, 151.
feet was I to the, 1009.
man, living with a, 915.
Lamely and unfashionable, 95.
Lament for Madam Blaize, 400.
Lamp, arguments smelt of the, 914.
ere Homer’s, appeared, 414.
holds out to burn, 303.
my love in heaven hangs out, 831.
no, so cheering, 522.
of experience, 429.
Lamp that lighted the traveller, 522.
thy, O Memory, 770.
ungirt loin and the unlit, 707.
unto my feet, 1015.
Lamps, heaven’s distant, 642.
in a green night, golden, 262.
in sepulchral urns, 415.
shone o’er fair women, 542.
Lancaster, time-honoured, 80.
Land and sea, he governs, 731.
be of good cheer I see, 949.
beside, no, 78.
bowels of the, 97.
darkness of the, 676.
deal damnation round the, 334.
flight for such a, 489.
flowing with milk, 1005.
French have the empire of the, 580.
from out of foreign, 261.
hail to the, whereon, 580.
I do not own an inch of, 765.
I’m going to, in the, 638.
ill fares the, 396.
in No-man’s, 798.
into the silent, 777, 991.
is holy where they fought, 634.
just the same as on the, 724.
light that never was on sea or, 475.
madden round the, 326.
my native, good night, 540.
my own my native, 488.
ocean leans against the, 395.
o’er all the pleasant, 569.
of bondage, out of the, 493.
of brown heath, 489.
of Calvin and oat-cakes, 459.
of counterpane, 829.
of darkness, 1008.
of dreams I long to go, into, 844.
of drowsyhed it was, 357.
of Eldorado, 855.
of faery, 848.
of fear, and o’er the buried, 749.
of Git-Thare, 839.
of heart’s desire, 849.
of joy lies all before, the, 686.
of liberty, sweet, 654.
of lost gods and godlike men, 541.
of Moab, a vale in the, 726.
of palm and southern pine, 672.
of palm, of orange blossom, 672.
of pure delight, 303.
of scholars nurse of arms, 395.
of such a, 798.
of the cypress and myrtle, 549.
of the free, 516, 517.
of the leal, in the, 458.
of the living, 1009.
of the mountain, 489.
of the pilgrims’ pride, 654.
one heart one hand, one, 690.
or water, travel by, 293.
plenty o’er a smiling, 385.
rare bird in the, 956.
rent with civil feuds, 533.
seek the happy, 717.
set out to plant a wood, 289.
shakes the turrets of the, 689.
 

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