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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
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Pangs of despised love, 135.
of fair hopes crost, 794.
of guilty power, 367.
the wretched find, 549.
which it hath witnessed, 481.
Pansies for thoughts, 142.
Pansy for lovers’ thoughts, 35.
freaked with jet, 248.
Pant for you, till we meet shall, 859.
Pants for glory, 329.
for twenty-one, 329.
Pantaloon, lean and slippered, 69.
Panted, my soul had, 814.
Panteth, as the hart, 1012.
Panting syllable, chase a, 416.
time toiled after him in vain, 366.
Paper bullets of the brain, 51.
credit, blest, 322.
he hath not eat, 55.
portion of uncertain, 556.
that ever blotted, 64.
Papers in each hand, 326.
speak from your folded, 689.
Paper-mill, thou hast built a, 94.
Paradise, and walked in, 694.
beyond compare, 497.
drunk the milk of, 500.
flowers worthy of, 232.
for horses, Italy a, 192.
for women, England a, 192.
heavenly, is that place, 871.
how grows our store in, 569.
in this fool’s, 444.
must I thus leave thee, 239.
O Paradise, O, 717.
of fools, 231, 1050.
only bliss of, 419.
opened unto you, 1028.
spirit lies under walls of, 751.
thought would destroy their, 382.
to him are opening, 386.
to lighten earth from, 806.
to what we fear of death, 49.
Paradisiacal pleasures, 387.
Paragon, an earthly, 160.
of her gentle sex the seeming, 608.
Parallel, admits no, 352.
none but himself his, 352.
Parallels, for a seine, 796.
Parcel of their fortunes, 158.
Parcel-gilt goblet, 89.
Parchment should undo a man, that, 94
Pard, bearded like the, 69.
Pard-like spirit, 565.
Pardon father I beseech, thy, 994.
in the degree that we love, 982.
or to bear it, 423.
something to the spirit of liberty, 408.
they ne’er, 275.
Pardons, the offender never, 206.
Pardoned all except her face, 559.
Parent from the sky, keep one, 328.
knees, a new-born child, 438.
of good, 235.
of invention, necessity the, 441.
the people’s, 343.
Parents passed into the skies, 423.
were the Lord knows who, 286.
Parfit gentil knight, a veray, 1.
Paris, for French of, 1.
good Americans when they die go to, 692.
good talkers only found in, 955.
Parish church, plain as way to, 68.
me no parishes, 1054.
wide was his, 2.
Park where the peach-blossoms grew, 822.
Parliament, a, speaking through reporters, 584.
Parlour, is it a party in a, 468.
will you walk into my, 629.
Parlous boy, 96.
Parmaceti for an inward bruise, 83.
Parmenio and Alexander, 918.
Parole of literary men, 374.
Parson bemused in beer, 326.
forty, power, 559.
owned his skill, in arguing the, 397.
there goes the, 416.
Part, a kick in that, 214.
act well your, 319.
acting a silent desperate, 746.
and meet, 807.
art and, 1044.
authors essayist play your, 683.
believe it, I do in, 127.
each minute and unseen, 642.
every man must play a, 60.
for my own, 111.
hard to, when friends are dear, 433.
hath chosen that good, 1034.
he bore his, 803.
immortal, of myself, 152.
it is the meaner, 791.
love and then to, 502.
master-stroke is nature’s, 617.
my soul’s better, 338.
of a hair, ninth, 85.
of all that I have met, 668.
of being, hath a, 544.
of his religion, he made it, 291.
of noble work silent, is best, 746.
of sight, became a, 549.
of valour, the better, 87.
of wisdom, 420.
so he plays his, 69.
then we twa did, 587.
time when darkies have to, 764.
to heaven gave his blessed, 100.
two lives that once, are as ships, 631.
us now, shall a light word, 653.
vital in every, 236.
we know in, 1037.
words of doom ye must, 613.
Parts, all his gracious, 79.
allure thee, if, 319.
man of sovereign, 55.
mark of virtue in his outward, 63.
of an infinite plan, 804.
of good natural, 972.
of one stupendous whole, 316.
one man plays many, 69.
 

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