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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
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Perish with him the folly that seeks, 649.
with thee, thy money, 843.
Perishable, detach ourselves from all that is, 994.
Perished, friends have, 792.
in his pride, 470.
years that, to make us men, 809.
Periwig-pated fellow, 137.
Perjuria ridet amantum Jupiter, 106.
Perjuries, Jove laughs at lovers’, 106.
Perjury, lovers’, 272.
Perked up in a glistening grief, 98.
Permanent alliances, 425.
forward not, 129.
grandeur of these states religion, 742.
Permit to heaven, 240.
Pernicious to mankind, wine, 338.
weed, 415.
Perpetual benediction, 478.
motion, scoured with, 88.
priesthood, literary men a, 581.
Perpetually, tends to disappear, 773.
Perplex and dash maturest counsels, 226.
Perplexed in the extreme, 156.
morality is, 411.
the wisest may well be, 408.
Perplexes monarchs, 225.
Persecute, makes a faith hated, to, 684.
Persecutes, a perfect faith in him who, 684.
Perseverance better than violence, 912.
Persian carpet, discourse like a, 909.
gulfs, pearls of thought in, 738.
Persians, law of the Medes and, 1027.
Persian’s heaven is easily made, 519.
Person, freedom of, 435.
like a well-conducted, 697.
my idea of an agreeable, 629.
oblong square triangular, 461.
perhaps no, can be a poet, 600.
to deceive is one’s self, easiest, 632.
who agrees with me, is a, 629.
Persons of good sense, 982.
no respect of, place nor, 75.
there is no respect of, with God, 1036.
two distinct, 186.
Personage, genteel in, 285.
less imposing, 527.
this goodly, 479.
Personally defeated our principles never, 634.
Persuade, tongue to, 255.
Persuaded in his own mind, 1037.
whom none could advise thou hast, 26.
Persuading, fair-spoken and, 101.
Persuasion flows from his lips, 338.
holds aloof, 882.
of whatever state or, 435.
on his tongue, want of, 746.
ripened into faith, 481.
tips his tongue, 297.
Persuasive sound, 339.
Persumin’, or don’t ’ould be, 736.
Pertains to feats of broil, 150.
Perturbed spirit, rest, 133.
Peru, from China to, 365, 403.
Perverts the prophets, 539.
Pesteringly fond, inalterably and, 684.
Pestilence and war, 229.
like a desolating, 567.
seals that close the, 562.
that walketh in darkness, 1014.
Petal of a flower, tip-tilted like the, 678.
Petals, her lips the, 809.
Petar, hoist with his own, 141.
Peter, by robbing, he paid Paul, 14, 957.
denyed his Lord, 872.
feared full twenty times, 468.
I’ll call him, 78.
Peter’s dome, that rounded, 614.
keys, 331.
Peterkin, quoth little, 507.
Petition me no petitions, 362, 1054.
Petrified truth, this is, 795.
Petrifies the feeling, 448.
Petticoat, her feet beneath her, 256.
tempestuous, 201.
Pettiest form of his kind, 820.
Petty pace, creeps in this, 125.
Phalanx, in perfect, 225.
the Pyrrhic, 557.
Phantasma, like a, 111.
Phantom moon, ghastly, 743.
of delight, she was a, 474.
the awful, 797.
treacherous, men call liberty, 747.
Phantoms of hope, 367.
Phaon was not there, if, 665.
Pharisees, our academical, 600.
Pherecydes, stories about, 945.
Phials hermetically sealed, 291.
Phidias carves it, wisdom, 620.
his awful Jove young, 614.
Philanthropists in time of famine, 612.
Philip and Mary on a shilling, 215.
drunk, appeal from, 999.
receiving news of success, 917.
when arbitrator, 917.
Philips whose touch harmonious, 367.
Philippi, I will see thee at, 115.
Philistines be upon the, 1006.
opponent of the children of light, 755.
Phillida, my Phillida, 815.
Phillis, neat-handed, 248.
Philologists who chase a panting syllable, 416.
Philosopher, a trifling handful O, 765.
and friend, 320.
and never earth’s, 726.
can scorn, scarce the firm, 356.
great memory does not make a, 607.
he was a, 1.
muscular training of a, 931.
never yet that could endure the toothache, 53.
Philosophers have judged, as wise, 214.
sayings of, 212.
will put their names to their books, 188.
 

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