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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
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Marden, roared at, Nantucket’s sunk, 724.
Mare, grey, the better horse, 17.
Marge, into the sunset’s turquoise, 850.
Margin, meadow of, 442.
of fair Zurich’s waters, 865.
Marginal sand-beach, 817.
Mariana, this dejected, 49.
Mariners of England, ye, 514.
Marivaux, romances of, 387.
Mark Antony, who lost, the world, 280.
death loves a shining, 309.
fellow of no, nor likelihood, 86.
hits the, 161.
measures not men my, 401.
miss the, 439.
now how a plain tale, 85.
of virtue, 63.
push beyond her, 675.
the archer little meant, 492.
the marble with his name, 322.
the perfect man, 1011.
well experienced archer hits the, 161.
Marks, death aims at fairer, 203.
of honest men, titles are, 310.
Marked him for her own, 386.
him for his own, 208.
Marked-down quarry, 838.
Market, knowledge is bought in the, 727.
town, fellow in a, 432.
Marketh the going of time, 664.
Marlborough’s eyes, from, 365.
Marle, over the burning, 224.
Marlowe’s mighty line, 179.
Marm Hackett’s garden, over old, 724.
Marmion, last words of, 490.
Maro sings, scenes that, 421.
Marred the lofty line, 489.
young man married is, 73.
Marreth what he makes, 327.
Marriage an open question, 619.
and hanging go by destiny, 192.
curse of, 154.
is a desperate thing, 195.
mirth in funeral dirge in, 127.
of true minds, 163.
tables, furnish forth the, 128.
Marriages, why so few, are happy, 291.
Marriage-bell, merry as a, 542.
Married, he is dreadfully, 787.
in haste, 295.
live till I were, 51.
man, Benedick the, 50.
most, man I ever saw, 787.
to immortal verse, 249.
Marrow of tradition, 510.
Marry a rich woman, as easy to, 698.
ancient people, 222.
every woman should, 628.
proper time to, 417.
whether it was better to, 946.
whom she likes, a woman, 698.
widow of doubtful age will, 698.
Marshal’s truncheon, 47.
Marshallest me the way, 119.
Marshes how candid and simple, ye, 817.
Martial airs of England, 533.
cloak around him, 563.
outside, swashing and, 66.
Martin Luther sang, sing as, 697.
Martyr, fallest a blessed, 100.
like a pale, 775.
Martyrs, blood of the, 942.
noble army of, 1042.
worthy of the name, 447.
Martyrdom of fame, 552.
of John Rogers, 873.
she knew the life-long, 648.
Marvel how men toil and fare, 822.
of bloom and grace, 857.
Marvels here, to find the Orient’s, 650.
Marvellous boy, Chatterton the, 470.
mercies, 805.
things appear, 904.
Mary go and call the cattle home, 727.
hath chosen that good part, 1034.
image of Bloody, 593.
kept the belt of love, 770.
kind and true, my, 638.
my sweet Highland, 450.
red was on your lip, 637.
Mary-buds, winking, 159.
Maryland my Maryland, 813.
Mask, he shows as he removes the, 697.
of woe, 799.
Masque of Italy, the, 544.
Masquerade, truth in, 560.
Masquerades as cream, skim milk, 801.
Mass enormous, a, 341.
live as models for the, 709.
of matter lost, in the, 342.
of millinery, 677.
of things to come, 102.
Masses of our countrymen, 698.
Massachusetts, there she is, behold her, 532.
Mast, bends the gallant, 537.
like a drunken sailor on a, 97.
nail to the, her holy flag, 688.
of some great ammiral, 224.
Masts crack, 37.
Master a grief, every one can, 51.
Brook, think of that, 46.
of all good workmen, 853.
of his fate, man is man and, 678.
of his time, every man be, 121.
of my fate, I am the, 829.
spirits of this age, 112.
such, such man, 21.
the eternal, found, 366.
under heaven, no more subtle, 681.
Masters, I have to tell a tale, 790.
noble and approved good, 149.
of assemblies, 1024.
of the things they write, few are, 195.
of their fates, men are, 110.
spread yourselves, 57.
we cannot all be, 149.
Master’s requiem, chants the, 615.
spell, kindled by, 455.
Masterdom and sway, 117.
 

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