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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
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Parts, pawing to get free his hinder, 236.
Partake the gale, 320.
Parted, double cherry seeming, 58.
I remember the way we, 806.
never met or never, 452.
when we two, 539.
where we, in sorrow, 613.
Parthenon, Earth proudly wears the, 614.
Partial evil universal good, 316.
for the observer’s sake, 320.
Participation of divineness, 169.
of office, 435.
Particle, that very fiery, 560.
Particular hair, each, 131.
star, a bright, 73.
tear, orb of one, 163.
Parties, I name no, 198.
Parting day dies like the dolphin, 545.
day, knell of, 384.
day linger and play, 529.
guest, speed the, 346.
is such sweet sorrow, 106.
of the way, 1027.
pang, dismissed without a, 296.
was well made, 115.
Partings, such, break the heart, 540.
Partington, Dame, 462.
Partition, middle wall of, 1039.
union in, 58.
Partitions, what thin, 267, 316.
Partly may compute, we, 448.
Partners at the whist-club said, 609.
Party, gave up to, 399.
he serves his, best, 755.
honesty is party expediency, 804.
in a parlour, is it a, 468.
is the madness of many, 336.
who has, first of new, 700.
Pass, and the sun himself will, 683.
and turn again, I keep and, 617.
away, even this shall, 794.
by me as the idle wind, 114.
for a man, let him, 61.
in the night, ships that, 644.
into nothingness, 574.
let him, 149.
let it be let it, 1001.
my imperfections by, 459.
never never comes to, 454.
on the ocean of life we, 644.
presto, your joys are withered, 609.
so it came to, 404.
this way again, will not, 839.
Passage, act of common, 160.
bird of, cuckoo is a, 906.
each dark, shun, 311.
of an angel’s tear, 576.
to fret a, 221.
Passages of love, now no, 679.
that lead to nothing, 386.
Passed about the kitchen grate, she, 758.
in music out of sight, 669.
long long night away, 758.
them in rich disdain, 803.
to bright unclouded day, 725.
Passenger pukes in, sea the, 559.
wandering, 243.
Passenjare, in the presence of the, 796.
Passeth all understanding, 1039.
show, that which, 127.
Passing all wisdom or its fairest flower, 622.
fair, is she not, 44.
rich with forty pounds, 396.
speak each other in, 644.
strange, ’t was, 150.
sweet is solitude, 416.
sweet, your song is, 791.
the love of women, 1007.
thought, like a, 447.
through nature to eternity, 127.
tribute of a sigh, 385.
well, daughter which he loved, 134.
Passion, bards of, and of mirth, 577.
catching all, 163.
chaos of thought and, 317.
dies, till our, 182.
driven by, 447.
for a maid, the maiden, 681.
haunted me like a, 467.
is power, 851.
is the gale, 317.
leads, where, 860.
may I govern my, 858.
one, doth expel another, 36.
only I discern infinite, 708.
or the excitement of heart, 657.
places which pale, loves, 184.
put me into a towering, 145.
ruling, 321, 322.
sad as a wasted, 729.
something with, clasp, 645.
spent its novel force, 669.
that insane and awful, 599.
to light the fires of, 648.
to tatters, tear a, 137.
vows with so much, 281.
we feel, happier in the, 981.
what is, but pining, 780.
whirlwind of, 137.
woman in her first, 557.
women love in their first, 982.
Passions, all, all delights, 501.
are likened best to floods, 25.
fly with life, all other, 508.
necessity of mortal, 926 never let such angry, rise, 302.
noblest, to inspire, 377.
to be relished, 960.
when struggling, lower, 607.
Passion’s slave, man that is not, 138.
Passionate intuition, 481.
love of right, 786.
simple sensuous and, 254.
Passion-waves are lulled to rest, 562.
Passiveness, in a wise, 466.
Past again, only breed the, 684.
all surgery, 152.
and to come seems best, 89.
anticipate the, 440.
at least is secure, 532.
be past, and let the, 685.
 

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