|John Bartlett, comp. (18201905). Familiar Quotations, 10th ed. 1919.|
|Men in the catalogue ye go for, 121.
in the mouths of, 162.
in these degenerate days, 337.
it aint by princerples nor, 735.
Ive studied, from my, 772.
judge, by their success, 981.
justifiable to, 242.
justify the ways of God to, 223.
let us die to make, free, 748.
literary, a perpetual priesthood, 581.
live peaceably with all, 1036.
lived like fishes, 264.
lived to eat, 946.
lives of great, all remind us, 639.
lodging-place of wayfaring, 1027.
logical consequences beacons of, 762.
looks through the deeds of, 111.
made, and not made them well, 137.
makes all, one, 582.
man of letters amongst, 601.
masters of their fates, 110.
may come and men may go, 670.
may live fools, 308.
may read strange matters, 117.
measures not, 401, 408.
melancholy, are the most witty, 189.
mens, gentle or simple, 730.
met each other with erected look, 269.
midst the shock of, 541.
might be better if we, 721.
modest, are dumb, 454.
most infamous, 413.
most, were bad, 944.
most wretched, 566.
moulded out of faults, best, 50.
must be taught, 325.
must die or the world, old, 684.
must work, 727.
my brothers, 669.
my giant arms upbear, and, 725.
nation of gallant, 409.
nobleness that lies in other, 731.
nor wrong these holy, 540.
of Boston, solid, 432.
of culture true apostles, 755.
of few words are the best, 91.
of high degree and low degree, 1013.
of honour and of cavaliers, 409.
of inward light, 214.
of light and leading, 410.
of most renowned virtue, 255.
of musty morals, 798.
of polite learning, 284.
of pride and fraud and blood, 826.
of sense approve, 324.
of the same religion, sensible, 629.
of these degenerate days, 337.
of wit will condescend, 290.
old, shall dream dreams, 1028.
only disagree of creatures rational, 227.
ought to investigate things, 945.
poet still more a man than are, 581.
possess a poison for serpents, 904.
power makes slaves of, 567.
prevailin weakness of, 787.
proper, as ever trod, 110.|
|Men propose, why dont the, 588.
put an enemy in their mouths, 152.
quit yourselves like, 1006.
quotation the parole of literary, 374.
remember, let all rich, 684.
rich, rule the law, 395.
rise on stepping stones, 673.
roll of common, 85.
ruined by their propensities, 411.
sailors are but, 61.
saw how souls of, had grown, 788.
say nothing in dangerous times, wise, 196.
schemes o mice and, 446.
science that, lere, 6.
shallow, believe in luck, 621.
shame to, 227.
she takes the breath of, away, 658.
shiver when thou art named, 354.
should fear, strange that, 112.
shut doors against a setting sun, 109.
sicken of avarice, old, 173.
sin without intending it, 937.
smile no more, 348.
so are they all honourable, 113.
so many minds, so many, 890.
so, were developed from monkeys, 605.
Socrates the wisest of, 241.
some to business take, 321.
some to pleasure take, 321.
speak after the manner of, 1036.
speak with the tongues of, 1037.
spirits of just, made perfect, 1040.
stand before mean, 1020.
strength of twenty, 108.
such, are dangerous, 111.
superiority of educated, 948.
suspect your tale, 349.
talk only to conceal the mind, 310.
tall, had empty heads, 170.
tall, sun-crowned, 730.
tears of bearded, 489.
tell them they are, 381.
that be lothe to departe, 288.
that can render a reason, 1020.
that fishes gnawed upon, 96.
that perished to make us, 809.
the value of many, 997.
the workers ever reaping, 669.
the worlds great, 692.
think all men mortal, 307.
think, what you and other, 110.
this blunder find in, 437.
thoughts of, are widened, 669.
three good, unhanged, 84.
three sorts of wise, 877.
tide in the affairs of, 115.
titles are marks of honest, 310.
to be of one mind in an house, 1043.
tongues of dying, 81.
treacherous phantom, call liberty, 747.
truths which are not for all, 987.
twelve good, into a box, 528.|