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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
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Nature, the breeze of, 480.
the vicar of the Lord, 6.
this fortress built by, 81.
’t is their, too, 301.
to advantage dressed, 323.
to write and read comes by, 51.
tone of languid, 417.
under tribute, laid all, 457.
unjust to, and himself, 307.
use can almost change the stamp of, 141.
voice of, cries, 385.
war was the state of, 407.
weaknesses of human, 430.
wears one universal grin, 362.
what I call God and fools call, 712.
what is done against, 927.
what we owe to, 339.
what, wishes should be said, 802.
who can paint like, 355.
whole frame of, 300.
whose body, is, 316.
wild abyss the womb of, 229.
wills, death a thing that, 941.
youth of primy, 129.
Natures, same with common, 313.
Nature’s advent strung, harp at, 651.
bastards not her sons, 246.
chief masterpiece, 279.
cockloft is empty, 222.
copy is not eterne, 121.
daily food, human, 474.
end of language is declined, 310.
evening comment, 483.
funeral cries, sad sounds are, 729.
God, through nature up to, 320.
good and God’s, 705.
grace, rob me of free, 357.
happiest mould, 388.
heart beats strong, 664.
heart in tune, 587.
journeymen, 137.
kindly law, 318.
laws lay hid in night, 330.
own creating, noble of, 358.
own sweet cunning hand, 74.
part, the master-stroke is, 617.
patient sleepless Eremite, 578.
prentice hand, 446.
second course, 120.
second sun, love is, 35.
soft nurse, gentle sleep, 89.
sole mistake, 802.
sternest painter, 540.
sweet restorer balmy sleep, 306.
teachings, list to, 572.
walks, eye, 375.
works, universal blank of, 230.
Naught a trifle, think, 311.
availeth, say not the struggle, 726.
but misery brings, 588.
but the nightingale’s song, 428.
but vanity in beauty, see, 730.
but weakness in fond caress, 730.
can me bereave, 357.
horror of falling into, 298.
in this life sweet, 184.
in world or church or state, 738.
Naught my sighs avail, 869.
saith the buyer it is, 1019.
venture naught have, 21.
woman’s nay doth stand for, 163.
Naughty night to swim in, 147.
world, good deed in a, 66.
Nausicaa, heaven of charms divine, 343.
Nautilus, learn of the little, 318.
Navee, rulers of the Queen’s, 801.
Navies are stranded, when, 493.
Navigate, bark of man could, 597.
the azure, 767.
Navigators, winds and waves on the side of the ablest, 430.
Navy, load would sink a, 99.
of England, royal, 392.
Nay he shall have, 9.
turn not away that sweet head, 605.
woman’s, doth stand for naught, 163.
Nazareth, good thing out of, 1034.
Ne supra crepidam, 907.
Neæra’s hair, tangles of, 247.
Near and far ray on ray, till, 713.
as, the ocean’s edge as I, 722.
he comes too, 193, 350.
he seems so, 676.
is God to man, so, 616.
port is, the bells I hear, 744.
the sacred gate, and, 696.
to be thought so, will go, 53.
to kerke the, from God more farre, 29.
Nearer and a broader mark, 776.
gaining the crown, 758.
leaving the cross, 758.
my father’s house, 758.
my God to thee, 630.
the bound of life, 758.
the crystal sea, 758.
the great white throne, 758.
Nearing the solution of some theme, 839.
Neat not gaudy, 510.
repast light and choice, 252.
still to be, still to be drest, 178.
Neat’s leather, ever trod on, 110.
leather, shoe of, 213.
Neat-handed Phillis, 248.
Nebo’s lonely mountain, by, 726.
Nebulous star we call the sun, 672.
Necessary being, God a, 266.
end, death a, 112.
harmless cat, 64.
to invent God, 986.
Necessitatem in virtutem, 3.
Necessite, maken vertue of, 3.
Necessity, beautiful, 695.
children of, 793.
has no law, 959.
hostile empires, and free will, 583.
is the argument of tyrants, 453.
knows no law, 897.
militations of, 793.
nature must obey, 115.
never refuses anything, 897.
of mortal passions, 926.
 

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