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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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Loke who that is most vertuous, 4.
London bridge, arch of, 602.
habitation of bitterns, 602.
has all that life can afford, 373.
monster, 261.
the clearing-house of the world, 799.
London’s column pointing, 322.
lasting shame, 383.
Lone and high, 847.
lorn creetur, I am a, 701.
unmated creature tired and, 717.
Lonely fire, I sit beside my, 777.
grave, there lies a, 726.
men, there’s too much beauty for, 850.
mountain, by Nebo’s, 726.
now Mary, I am very, 637.
paths, 775.
places, crying solitary in, 837.
so, it was, 499.
want retired to die, 366.
word, flowering in a, 682.
Lonesome October, night in the, 656.
road, like one on a, 499.
Long, a fool his whole life, 697.
after it was heard no more, 473.
ago, in the olden time, 655.
ago, the golden time of, 803.
ago, were the truths of, 651.
and dreary winter, oh the, 646.
be the day never so, 19.
bright tresses, 781.
brought too, a day, 592.
choosing and beginning late, 238.
contention cease, let the, 754.
day’s, toil is past, 594.
dull and old, 454.
farewell, I’m bidding you a, 638.
gun-deck two hundred feet of hell, 748.
has it waved on high, 688.
heat of the, day and wish, 753.
home, man goeth to his, 1023.
how, the sorrowful, 749.
I stood there wondering, 656.
in populous city pent, 239.
is the way and hard, 227.
it sha’ n’t be, 353.
lank and brown, 498.
leagues apart descried, scarce, 727.
live our noble king, 285.
live the king, 417, 1052.
long ago, 588.
long thoughts, thoughts of youth are, 646.
long wintry nights, through, 703.
love me little love me, 16, 41, 202.
may it wave, 517.
merry as the day is, 50.
mysterious exodus of death, 647.
night away, passed the long, 758.
none thrives, upon happiest dreams, 757.
of ages, gone by, 587.
on all things all day, 679.
short and the, of it, 45.
sigh too deep or a kiss too, 759.
since, which I have loved, 607.
Long, that life is, 309.
the shadows that I feared so, 748.
time ago, 610.
to be patient and silent, 646.
Long-drawn aisle, 384.
out, linked sweetness, 249.
Longed for death, has ever truly, 666.
Longer disgised, fack can’t be no, 787.
wait a little, 718.
Longest kingly line, 494.
Longing after immortality, 298.
at strife, 857.
eyes I wait, with, 696.
feeling of sadness and, 641.
for the secret of the sea, 640.
lingering look behind, 385.
more wavering, 75.
to be mated, has such, 750.
why thus, 731.
yet afraid to die, 640.
Longings after something lost, 819.
immortal, 159.
Longitude for a seine, meridians of, 796.
Long-lasht eyes abased, her, 512.
Long-levelled rule, 244.
’Longside of some pious gentlemen, 811.
Long-tailed words, 462.
Look a gift horse in the mouth, 11, 211.
amaist as weel’s the new, 447.
and a voice, only a, 644.
before and after, we, 565.
before you ere you leap, 214, 975.
behind, spare not nor, 622.
beneath the surface, 939.
beyond the heights, 784.
brighter when we come, 556.
drew audience, his, 227.
ere thou leap, 9.
forward not back, 867.
give me a, give me a face, 178.
here upon this picture, 140.
in my face, 769.
in the chronicles, 72.
into happiness through another man’s eyes, 71.
into the seeds of time, 116.
into thy heart, 34, 638.
lean and hungry, 111.
like the innocent flower, 117.
longing lingering, 385.
men met with erected, 269.
no larger than the cat, 682.
not thou upon the wine, 1020.
older, all thoughts and things, 608.
on her face and you’ll forget, 325.
on it lift it bear it, 686.
on sech a blessed cretur, 736.
or listen, fur’z you can, 736.
out and not in, 867.
out upon the stars my love, 608.
proudly to heaven, 514.
round the habitable world, 274.
so dull so dead in, 88.
that threatened insult, 410.
the same by day, will not, 658.
 

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