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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
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Peaks of two eternities, 784.
wrapped in clouds, 543.
Peal of praise, wood-world one, 678.
Peals of laughter, shout back our, 756.
Pealed, southern stars a music, 686.
Pealing anthem, 384.
Pearl and gold, barbaric, 226.
chain of all virtues, 182.
double row of orient, 871.
for carnal swine, too rich a, 213.
heaps of, 96.
if all their sand were, 44.
in a woman’s eye, 35.
in your foul oyster, 72.
many a fair, laid up, 182.
no radiant, 424.
of charity, the Christian, 651.
of great price, 1031.
quarelets of, 201.
sowed the earth with orient, 234.
threw a, away, 156.
to gold, 855.
Pearls at random strung, orient, 437.
before swine, 1030.
did grow, asked how, 201.
of thought, 738.
puddly thoughts to orient, 969.
row of orient, 871.
that were his eyes, 42.
who would search for, 275.
Pearly barge, the moon dips like a, 850.
Pears from an elm, 977.
go to a pear-tree for, 898.
Peasant, some belated, 225.
toe of the, 143.
Peasantry, country’s pride, 396.
Pease, like as one, is to another, 32, 959.
Pebbles, children gathering, 241.
on the rolling beach, 767.
Pebbly spring, stream or, 504.
Peck at, for daws to, 149.
of salt, 971.
of troubles, 977.
Peculiar and indescribable charm, 814.
graces, shot forth, 235.
grand gloomy and, 865.
Pedagogue, the jolly old, 786.
Pedants much affect, learned, 210.
Pedestaled in triumph, 712.
Pedigree, lass wi’ a lang, 458.
Peep and botanize upon his mother’s grave, 471.
into glory, 264.
of day, 202.
to what it would, 142.
wizards that, 1025.
Peeping in at morn, came, 592.
Peer, King Stephen was a worthy, 152, 406.
rhyming, a, 326.
Peers, delight of battle with my, 668.
my, the heroes of old, 711.
walks among his, unread, 749.
will take his place, in the, 768.
Peering, deep into that darkness, 656.
Peerless cup afloat of the lake-lily, 704.
Pegasus, turn and wind a fiery, 86.
Pelf, I crave no, 109.
Pelion, from Ossa hurled, 893.
nods with all his wood, 344.
on the top of Ossa, 958.
Ossa on, 1001.
Pellucid streams, 482.
Pelops’ line, Thebes or, 250.
Pelting of this pitiless storm, 147.
Pembroke’s mother Sidney’s sister, 179.
Pen and ink, never saw, 77.
becomes a torpedo, 369.
devise wit write, 55.
famous by my, 257.
glorious by my, 257.
in hand, foolish without, 374.
is the tongue of the mind, 975.
mightier than the sword, 631.
nose sharp as a, 91.
of a ready writer, 1012.
of iron, written with a, 1027.
poet’s, turns them to shapes, 59.
product of a scoffer’s, 479.
such virtue has my, 162.
traced with his golden, 726.
was shaped, 484.
worse than the sword, 189.
Pens a stanza, who, 326.
quirks of blazoning, 151.
Penalties of idleness, 332.
Penance, call us to, 226.
in their strange, 775.
Pence bestowing honour pudding, 609.
take care of the, 352.
Pendent bed and procreant cradle, 117.
rock a towered citadel, 158.
world, 48, 230.
Pendulum betwixt a smile and tear, 546.
Penelophon O king quoth she, 405.
Penetrable stuff, made of, 140.
Penned it down, so I, 265.
Penniless lass, a, 458.
Penning bows, ’tis, 387.
Penny for your thoughts, 16, 292.
in the urn of poverty, 598.
of observation, by my, 55.
saved is a penny got, 363.
saved is twopence dear, 363.
seven halfpenny loaves for a, 94.
wise pound foolish, 186.
Pension list is the roll of honour, 804.
or lose his, 290.
Pensioner on the bounties of an hour, 306.
to be a miser’s, 475.
Pensive beauty, like, 513.
discontent, waste nights in, 29.
gaze, do probe my heart with, 845.
poets painful vigils keep, 331.
smiles, like sweet strains or, 614.
through a happy place, 482.
Pent, here in the body, 497.
long in populous city, 239.
Pentameter, in the, 504.
Penthouse lid, hang upon his, 116.
Pent-up Utica, 439.
 

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