|John Bartlett, comp. (18201905). Familiar Quotations, 10th ed. 1919.|
|Noble to be good, t is only, 667.
to be, well be good, 406.
too, for the world, 103.
work of love to do, some, 696.|
|Nobles and heralds, 288.
by the right of an earlier creation, 600.|
|Nobleman writes a book, when a, 374.|
|Nobleness in other men, 731.|
|Nobler growth, man is the, 433.
in the mind to suffer, 135.
loves and cares, 477.
modes of life, ring in the, 676.
race of men, 842.
than any fact my wish, 651.
words, like perfect music unto, 685.|
|Noblest acts the best feels the, 721.
heritage, names that are Englands, 726.
mind the best contentment has, 27.
Roman of them all, 115.
thing, earths, 731.
things, sweetness and light the two, 291.
work of God, an honest man, 319, 447.
work of man, 784.|
|Nobly born must nobly meet his fate, 884.
die for their country, 102.
planned, perfect woman, 475.
to do nobly to die, 682.|
|Nobody at home, theres, 336.
gets old and godly and grave, 848.
has ever expected me to be, 660.
I care for, 427.
never made me, dont think, 700.
which, can deny, 605.|
|Nobodys business, 207.|
|Nod, affects to, 271.
an esteemed persons, 914.
ready with every, to tumble, 97.
shakes his curls and gives the, 337.|
|Nods and becks, 248.
Homer sometimes, 892.
nor is it Homer, 323.|
|Nodded at the helm, Palinurus, 332.
nearly napping, while I, 655.|
|Noddin, nid nid, 458.|
|Nodding horror, 243.
violet grows, 58.|
|Nodosities of the oak, 412.|
|Noise, dire was the, of conflict, 236.
like of a hidden brook, 499.
no, over a good deed, 939.
of endless wars, 229.
of folly, shunst the, 249.
of many waters, 1014.
of sighs, 791.
of tempests dieth, the, 700.
of waters in mine ears, 96.
they that govern make least, 196.|
|Noiseless around me myriads of other globes, 745.
fabric sprung, 535.
falls the foot of time, 464.
foot of time, inaudible and, 74.|
|Noiseless night, the splendid summer of its, 846.
tenor of their way, 385.|
|Noisy keys, over the, 761.|
|Noll for shortness called, 388.|
|No-mans land, 798.|
|Nomen alias quære, 175.|
|Nominated in the bond, 65.|
|Nomination of this gentleman, 145.
to office, 410.|
|No-more, I am also called, 769.|
|Non amo te, Sabidi, 286.|
|Non-conformist, whoso would be a man must be a, 618.|
|None are so desolate, 541.
but himself his parallel, 352.
but the brave deserves the fair, 271.
can truly write his, 685.
can write it for him, and, 685.
ever loved but at first sight, 35.
has begun to think how divine, 742.
knew thee but to love thee, 562.
on earth above her, 455.
other I can love, there is, 680.
resign, few die and, 435.
so blind that will not see, 283, 293.
so deaf that will not hear, 19, 283.
so poor to do him reverence, 113.
take seriously, ape whom, 729.
think the great unhappy but the great, 310.
thrives for long upon, 757.
to praise, maid with, 469.
unhappy but the great, 301.
who dares do more is, 118.
without hope eer loved, 377.|
|Nonsense and sense, through, 269.
now and then, a little, 389.
the corner of, 505.|
|Nook for me, an obscure, 704.
seat in some poetic, 536.|
|Nooks to lie and read in, 536.|
|Noon, blaze of, 241.
heavens immortal, 566.
no sun no moon no, 595.
of thought, 433.
sailing athwart the, 501.
sun has not attained his, 202.
to dewy eve, from, 225.|
|Noonday, clearer than the, 1008.
light, truth and, 719.
that wasteth at, 1014.|
|Noontide air, summers, 227.|
|Noose, necks to gripe of, 440.|
|Noosing a bursting purse, 449.|
|Nor can I, 719.|
|Nor-east to sou-west winds, 797.|
|Normal as life itself, 826.
lurch, a wink and a sly, 723.|
|Norman blood, 667.|
|Norns, dark vistas of the reboantic, 636.|
|North and south clasp hands, 698.
and the south and, 578.
Ariosto of the, 545.
ask wheres the, 318.
fair weather out of the, 1009.
forth in triumph from the, 604.|