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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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Mortals share, every grief that, 803.
the barrenest of all, 583.
the spirit of, 561.
to command success, not in, 297.
to the skies, raise, 532.
what fools these, 58.
Mortality, child of, 434.
gladly would I meet, 239.
is too weak to bear them, 281.
kept watch o’er man’s, 478.
o’ersways their power, 162.
thoughts of, 222.
to frail, 170.
weighs heavily on me, 577.
Mortality’s strong hand, 80.
Mortar, bray a fool in a, 1021.
Moses, Pan lends his pagan horn to, 331.
Moss and flowers, azure, 565.
and through brake, through, 506.
grew gray, 779.
rolling stone gathers no, 14.
Mosses cling, on old decay greenest, 650.
Moss-beds, purpled the, 570.
Moss-covered bucket, 537.
Mossy marbles rest, the, 688.
stone, violet by a, 467.
Most beautiful verb in the world, 868.
dangerous of all spells, 632.
gifted poet, this the, 726.
he serves me, 339.
mutable, woman is various and, 684.
of heaven he hath in him, 721.
unkindest cut of all, 113.
wondrous book bright candle, 597.
Mote of the air, 832.
Motes that people the sunbeams, 249.
Moth, desire of the, for the star, 567.
Moths, maidens like, 540.
that a garment fret, 844.
Mother Earth, common growth of, 468.
father brethren all in thee, 338.
happy he with such a, 673.
heart within me, 811.
honour thy father and, 881.
in Israel, I arose a, 1006.
is a mother still, 502.
man before thy, 424.
man before your, 199.
meets on high her babe, 508.
mother, mak’ my bed, 770.
my, says I must not pass, 803.
of all living, 1004.
of arts and eloquence, 241.
of devotion, ignorance the, 275.
of dews, morn appears, 355.
of enjoyment, variety is the, 626.
of folly and crime, debt the, 628.
of form and fear, 39.
of good fortune, 977.
of invention, necessity the, 305.
of safety, provident fear, 451.
of the day, night is, 650.
of them all, highest virtue, 680.
so loving to my, 128.
the holiest thing alive, 502.
Mother to her daughter spake, 874.
tongue, 419.
wandered with her child, 568.
was weeping, its, 590.
who ’d give her booby, 348.
who ran to help me? my, 535.
who talks of her children, 625.
whose, was her painting, 160.
wit, nature by her, 29.
Mothers and wives, men with, 594.
maids must be wives and, 686.
milky, 27, 494.
Mother’s breath, extend a, 328.
glass, thou art my, 161.
grave, botanize upon his, 471.
house, daughter am I in my, 853.
lap, 239, 240.
pride a father’s joy, 492.
Mother-land which gave them birth sweet, 682.
Motion and a spirit, 467.
between the acting and first, 111.
clear without strife, brook’s, 716.
in his, like an angel sings, 65.
in our proper, 226.
money sets the world in, 898.
of a hidden fire, 497.
of a muscle, 465.
of his starry train, 485.
pulling the cords of, 940.
scoured with perpetual, 88.
this sensible warm, 48.
two stars keep not their, 87.
Motions of his spirit dull as night, 66.
of the sense, 47.
Motionless as ice, 473.
in the, fields of upper air, 580.
torrents silent cataracts, 501.
Motive guide original and end, 367.
Motives of more fancy, 74.
Motive-hunting of a motiveless malignity, 505.
Motley fool, 67.
rout, 424.
Motley’s the only wear, 68.
Mottoes of the heart, 514.
Mould, a man of giant, 767.
ethereal, 226.
light shaft of orient, 570.
mortal mixture of earth’s, 243.
nature lost the perfect, 552.
nature’s happiest, 388.
of a man’s fortune, 167.
of form, glass of fashion, 136.
of such firm, 684.
verge of the churchyard, 593.
Moulded on one stem, two lovely berries, 58.
out of faults, best men are, 50.
scarcely formed or, 560.
shall a nation be, 806.
Moulder piecemeal on the rock, 549.
Mouldering urn, 428.
Moulding Sheridan, 552.
Mouldy rolls of Noah’s ark, 268.
the world would grow, 684.
Mount Abora, singing of, 500.
Casius old, 228.
 

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