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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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Lest pleasureless ye die, 790.
we forget, 852.
Let all rich men remember, 684.
dearly or let alone, 204.
down the curtain, 956.
each man think himself, 721.
each try by great thoughts, 721.
for life or years, 204.
head to be, unfurnished, 210.
her down the wind, 153.
him go abroad, 372.
him go to the devil, don’t, 372.
him now speak, 1042.
him that thinketh, 1037.
in the foe, 242.
it be let it pass, 1000.
knowledge grow, 673.
love be free, 680.
me hide myself in thee, 432.
me see, the difference, 719.
Newton be, God said, 330.
no guilty man escape, 752.
no such man be trusted, 66.
not the heavens hear, 97.
not your heart be troubled, 1035.
others hail the rising sun, 387.
our ship of state to harbor, 739.
the children play, 762.
the end try the man, 89.
the long contention cease, 754.
the past be past, and, 685.
the thick curtain fall, 651.
the toast pass, 442.
the world go dine and dress, 611.
the world slide, 9, 72, 198.
them loiter in pleasure or, 660.
there be light, 770, 1004.
there be no strife, 1004.
those love now, 306.
thy words be few, 1022.
us all to meditation, 94.
us be happy and live within, 787.
us be merry, 199.
us call thee devil, 152.
us consider the reason, 278.
us die to make men free, 748.
us do or die, 183, 450.
us eat and drink, 1025.
us have peace, 752.
us sit upon the ground, 82.
us talk of graves of worms, 82.
us to providence trust, 727.
us worship God he says, 447.
who will be clever, 727.
your loins be girded, 1034.
Lets in new light through chinks, 221.
me, I’ll make a ghost of him that, 131.
Lethe wharf, fat weed on, 131.
Letter, preferment goes by, 149.
the, killeth, 1038.
Letters Cadmus gave, the, 558.
heaven first taught, 333.
man of, 601.
man of the world among men of, 601.
republic of, 364.
Letting I dare not, 118.
Level at, his eye doth, 161.
so sways she, 75.
with the highest, 798.
Levels, hearts to higher, rise, 646.
Levellers wish to level down, 370.
Lever han at his beddes hed, 1.
of all things, mind is the, 530.
Leviathan, canst thou draw out, 1010.
where the vast, sleeps, 820.
Levy, malice domestic foreign, 121.
Lewd fellows of the baser sort, 1035.
Lexicography, lost in, 368.
Lexicon of youth, in the, 631.
Lexington and Bunker Hill, there is, 532.
Liar, doubt truth to be a, 133.
of the first magnitude, 294.
quite picturesque, 796.
Liars, all men are, 1015.
ought to have good memories, 264, 907, 960.
Libanus, like a cedar in, 1014.
Liberal air, his love was like the, 803.
education, men of, 284.
of good natural parts and of a, 972.
soul shall be made fat, 1018.
to love her was a, 297.
Libertas et natale solum, 290.
Liberties, he takes the strangest, 720.
people never give up, 411.
Libertine, puffed and reckless, 129.
the air a chartered, 91.
Liberty and glory of his country, 529.
and union now and forever, 533.
angels alone enjoy such, 260.
binds in chains and calls them, 817.
cradle of American, 534.
crimes in the name of, 990.
crust of bread and, 328.
devotes the national domain to, 606.
enjoy delight with, 30.
essential, 359.
eternal vigilance is the price of, 1047.
exists in wholesome restraint, 531.
fountain of human, 530.
God gave us at the same time, 434.
hour of virtuous, 298.
I must have withal, 68.
is in every blow, 450.
is to be subserved, 744.
mountain nymph sweet, 248.
my spirit felt thee, 501.
O, while Goddess, 798.
one of the most valuable blessings, 978.
or death, give me, 430.
price of, 1047.
principles of human, 530.
spirit of, 408.
sweet land of, 654.
that little achieved through, 714.
they died for, 784.
to that only which is good, 858.
treacherous phantom men call, 747.
tree of, 990.
university should be place of, 625.
when they cry, 252.
Liberty’s tree, garden of, 516.
 

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