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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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Mount to its summit round by round, 730.
Zion city of the great king, 1012.
Mountain and lea, o’er, 637.
brought forth a mouse, 912.
by Nebo’s lonely, 726.
each cloud-capt, is a holy, 595.
haunt dale or piny, 504.
in its azure hue, robes the, 512.
land of the, 489.
like the dew on the, 491.
nymph sweet liberty, 248.
of a mole-hill, 863.
pendent rock a forked, 158.
rolling his stone up the, 644.
see one, see all, 189.
side, from every, 654.
small sands the, 311.
tops, tiptoe on the misty, 108.
was in labour, 902.
waves, march is o’er the, 514.
Mountains, bind him to his native, 394.
Delectable, 266.
faith to remove, 1037.
far-hidden heart of the, 767.
Greenland’s icy, 536.
high, are a feeling, 543.
interposed make enemies, 418.
look on Marathon, 557.
Mont Blanc is the monarch of, 553.
of truth, 997.
will be in labour, 892.
woods or steepy, 40.
Mountain-height, freedom from her, 573.
winds swept the, 568.
Mountain-piling, they set about their, 704.
Mounted in delight, 470.
Mounteth with occasion, courage, 78.
Mounting barbed steeds, 95.
in hot haste, 542.
up to God, 769.
Mourn, countless thousands, 446.
her, all the world shall, 101.
lacks time to, 606.
love is doomed to, 869.
the unalterable days, 616.
who thinks must, 289.
Mourns the dead, he, 307.
nothing dies but something, 558.
vile man that, 316.
Mourned and yet shall mourn, I, 744.
by man, 482.
by strangers, 335.
her soldier slain, 427.
honoured and forever, 341.
revered and, 342.
the dame of Ephesus, so, 295.
the loved the lost, 545.
Mourners go about the streets, 1023.
Mournful heart and let, sleep, 685.
midnight hours, 645.
numbers, tell me not in, 638.
rhymes, ring out my, 676.
rustling in the dark, 641.
truth, this, 366.
Mournfully oh mournfully, 587.
Mourning, house of, 1022.
lightest heart makes heaviest, 653.
oil of joy for, 1026.
Mournings for the dead, 642.
Mouse, as a cat would watch a, 293.
killing a, on Sunday, 1048.
mounting brought forth a, 912.
not even a, 527.
of any soul, 336.
with one poor hole, 206, 336, 887.
Mouses wit not worth a leke, 4.
Mousing owl hawked at, 120.
Mouth, an thou ’lt, I’ll rant, 145.
and the meat, God sendeth, 11, 20.
butter would not melt in her, 292.
close, catches no flies, 973.
even in the cannon’s, 69.
familiar in his, 92.
filled her, with lying words, 598.
gaping, and stupid eyes, 273.
ginger shall be hot i’ the, 75.
given two ears but only one, 628.
her, is a honey-blossom, 809.
like kisses from a female, 554.
look a gift horse in the, 11, 211.
most beautiful, in the world, 353.
of babes and sucklings, 1010.
of hell, into the, 671.
out of thine own, 1034.
purple-stained, 575.
to water, made his, 212.
which hath the deeper, 93.
whose haughty valor, sweet, 613.
wickedness sweet in his, 1009.
with a red, 803.
with open, swallowing a tailor’s news, 80.
Mouths a sentence, as curs, 412.
enemy in their, 152.
familiar in their, 92.
in a glass, made, 147.
of men, in the, 162.
of wisest censure, 152.
what in other, was rough, 732.
without hands, 273.
Mouth-filling oath, 86.
Mouth-honour, breath, 124.
Movable types, device of, 584.
Move, all things work and, 717.
easiest, those, 324.
in peace, worlds that, 843.
on a rigorous line, 753.
Moves a goddess, 337.
as I move, 767.
in a mysterious way, God, 423.
Moved, a woman, 73.
it, so sweetly to the west, 579.
to smile at anything, 111.
Movers and shakers of the world, 820.
Moveth o’er the dial-plate of time, 649.
Moving accidents, 150.
push on keep, 457.
seems asleep, tide as, 685.
Moving-delicate and full of life, 53.
Mown clear space for liberty’s, 788.
grass, like rain upon the, 1013.
Much an expedient as lighting, 693.
 

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