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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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Before we’ve fought the Bear, 867.
you could say Jack Robinson, 1045.
Beg, Homer himself must, 189.
or borrow or get a man’s own, 279.
they poor I rich they, 22.
Begs the simplest questions, 849.
Began best can’t end the worst, 711.
Beget a kindness from him, was to, 684.
Beggar maid, loved the, 105.
may crawl at his side, 664.
no, thou that thou, 829.
on horseback, 190.
that I am I am poor in thanks, 134.
that is dumb may challenge double pity, 25.
Beggars die, when, 112.
in the streets mimicked, 601.
must be no choosers, 197.
should be no choosers, 14.
Beggared all description, 157.
by the strumpet wind, 62.
love, 834.
Beggarly account of empty boxes, 108.
elements, weak and, 1038.
last doit, 421.
Scotchman, 370.
Beggary in the love, 157.
Begging bread, nor his seed, 1011.
the question, 1045.
Begin, finish what I, 651.
way that boys, 697.
Beginning, a loving heart is the, 583.
and the end, 1041.
bad, bad ending, 884.
good end good, 13.
hard, 11.
is ever the, of knowledge, 582.
late, choosing and, 238.
mean and end to all things, 721.
never ending, still, 272.
no great love in the, 45.
of a feast, 87.
of a fray, 19.
of our end, the true, 59.
of the end, 808.
of years, the, 804.
Beginnings, friendships from, 889.
Begone dull care, 870.
Begot, by whom, 335.
how nourished how, 63.
of nothing but vain fantasy, 105.
Begotten of a summer dream, 865.
Beguile her of her tears, 150.
light of light, 54.
the thing I am, 151.
the time look like the time, 117.
Beguiled by one, 155.
Begun, between things ended and, 745.
for, wonder what I was, 875.
things bad, 121.
Behaviour, check to loose, 297.
during good, 1047.
upon his good, 559.
Behind him lies, for it, 686.
spare not nor look, 622.
the western bars, 823.
the world, powers, 682.
Behind, worse remains, 141.
you, if you had any eye, 76.
Behold, hath power to say, 57.
our home, survey our empire, 550.
the upright man, 1011.
we live through all things, 783.
Beholds her image in her eyes reflected, 756.
Beholding heaven, 526.
myself all rosy red, 998.
Being, beauty its own excuse for, 615.
but a knave I hate thee, 678.
God a necessary, 266.
God-given rights inherent in that, 634.
great, he was gentle, 679.
hath a part of, 544.
holiest end of woman’s, 686.
intellectual, 227.
momentary taste of, 954.
of an accommodatin’ character, 787.
one principle of, 940.
overthrown, overthrown from, 678.
pleasing anxious, 385.
scarcely formed, a lovely, 560.
shot my, through earth, 501.
Beings, reasoning, 937.
Being’s end and aim, our, 318.
Belated peasant, 225.
Belerium, from old, 333.
Belgium’s capital had gathered there, 452.
Belgrade, by battery besiege, 875.
Belial, sons of, 224.
Belief ripened into faith, 481.
too great for our, 717.
within the prospect of, 116.
Beliefs, lifeless old, 996.
Believe a man repents, will not, 678.
have heard and do in part, 127.
it because it is impossible, 942.
oft repeating they, 288.
some make believe what they, 962.
to, in the heroic makes heroes, 628.
yet they, me who await, 754.
Believes his own watch, each, 323.
the impossible, whose loves, 659.
Believed, who never doubted never half, 721.
Believers, speak long enough he will get, 830.
Believing as I do that man, 663.
hath a core of unbelieving, 816.
with true, 686.
Bell, and the sexton tolled the, 595.
as a sullen, 88.
book and candle, 971.
church-going, 416.
each matin, knells us back, 500.
in a cowslip’s, I lie, 43.
merry as a marriage, 542.
silence that dreadful, 152.
slow falling to the prompter’s, 697.
strikes one, 306.
tocsin of the soul, the dinner, 559.
Bells and the Fudges, 602.
chime, the sweet, 597.
do chime, think when the, 205.
 

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