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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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Little, lay up little upon a, 880.
learning dangerous, 323.
leaven leaveneth, 1038.
light, a little warmth a, 789.
longer, wait a, 718.
love me, love me long, 16, 41, 202.
lower than the angels, 1010.
man, there was a, 519.
man wants but, 308, 402.
minds, little things affect, 627.
month, a, 128.
more than a little is too much, 86.
more than kin, 127.
needed to make a happy life, 940.
of this great world can I speak, 150.
one become a thousand, 1026.
one’s chair, sits in my, 733.
one’s cradle, lies in my, 733.
one-horse town, 795.
play, a little work a, 789.
said is soonest mended, 200, 973.
sand-piper, 792.
saw the, that is good, 743.
shall I grace my cause, 150.
sleep a little slumber, 1017.
soul let us try, 519.
talk too much and think too, 268.
things affect little minds, 627.
things are great to little man, 394.
time, within a, 790.
to earn and many to keep, 727.
too wise never live long, 172.
town of Bethlehem, 791.
trust that when we die, 789.
valiant great in villany, 79.
we fear, little care we, 697.
we see in nature that is ours, 476.
window where the sun, 592.
wise the best of fools, 177.
Live above the fog, men who, 730.
again in minds made better, 730.
all the days of your life, 293.
alone, why should we fear to, 569.
alway, I would not, 587, 1008.
and learn, 976.
and see, this life we, 810.
but linger, do not, 188.
by bread alone, man shall not, 1030.
by bread only, man doth not, 1005.
by one man’s will, 31.
cleanly, leave sack and, 88.
dare to die bear to, 318.
disgraced, better not to live than, 883.
for evermore, life shall, 675.
good men eat to, 924.
good world to, in, 279.
in brass, men’s evil manners, 100.
in deeds not years, 721.
in hearts we leave behind, 516.
in peace, adieu, 334.
in pleasure when I live to thee, 359.
in snuff, rather than, 26.
in teaching me the way to, 610.
it matters not how long you, 899.
lands where the Jumblies, 703.
living we fret dying we, 713.
means to, 43.
Live, means whereby I, 65.
more virtue than doth, 178.
not in myself, I, 543.
obedient to the law, 783.
on hope, 822.
one day asunder, 279.
or die sink or swim, 530.
past years again, none would, 276.
peaceably with all men, 1036.
pure speak true right wrong, 677.
save that I think, would not, 682.
so may’st thou, 240.
so wise so young never, long, 97.
taught us how to, 313.
teach him how to, 425, 960.
that was indeed to, 799.
through all things, 783.
thus let me, 334.
till I were married, 51.
till to-morrow, 423.
to be in awe of such a thing, 110.
to be the show and gaze, 126.
to eat, bad men, 924.
to fight another day, 216, 403.
to, is Christ, 1039.
to please must please to live, 366.
together, and as brothers, 645.
too much in a circle, all of us, 627.
true as I, 173.
Unblemish’d let me, 333.
unnumbered years, names that shall, 726.
unseen unknown, let me, 334.
we, but a world has passed away, 809.
we must eat to, 363.
we never live but hope to, 985.
well what thou liv’st, 240.
while ye, 790.
while ye may happy pair, 233.
while you live, 359.
with love alone, give me to, 611.
with me and be my love, 40.
with the gods, 939.
with thee and be thy love, 25.
with them less sweet, 521.
with your inferiors, is to, 698.
within our means if we borrow, 787.
without him, tried to, 175.
without poetry, 779.
without thee I cannot, 569.
Lives a prayer, making their, 649.
all that, must die, 127.
along the line, 316.
and dies in single blessedness, 57.
and sacred honour, 434.
as he ought to do, 184.
buying men’s, 493.
contentedly, 424.
fair weather, 847.
fortunes and, vote away, 768.
had all his hairs been, 156.
how a man, 371.
join, oft a scar two, 708.
longer, competency, 60.
may last but never, 860.
most who thinks most, 721.
nine, like a cat, 16.
 

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