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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
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Place, no, like home, 568.
no respect of, 75.
of dream, a, 798.
of festivity, pleasant, 544.
of light, university should be, 625.
of my birth, came to the, 550.
of rest, where to choose their, 240.
of thine, that there abides a, 753.
or time, not to be changed by, 224.
our champion waiting in his, 650.
pensive though a happy, 482.
pride of, 120.
right man in the right, 724.
stands upon a slippery, 79.
sunshine in the shady, 27.
that has known him, 1008.
thereof shall know it no more, 1008.
those who have the second, 291.
towering in her pride of, 120.
when virtuous things proceed, 73.
where he is not known, 372.
where honour ’s lodged, 214.
where the tree falleth, 1023.
which ’t is not good manners to mention, 287.
worship the gods of the, 193.
Places all alike distant from heaven, 190.
do not grace men, 923.
fill up their proper, 265.
lines in pleasant, 1010.
men grace the, 923.
other graces follow in proper, 265.
shall be hell, all, 41.
strange, crammed, 68.
the eye of heaven visits, 80.
which pale passion loves, 184.
Place-expectants, gratitude of, 304.
Plagiarè, among authors, 253.
Plagiarism, memory to convict of, 376.
Plague, every one has his particular, 916.
my wife is my particular, 916.
of all cowards, 84.
of both your houses, 107.
of sighing and grief, 85.
the inventor, return to, 118.
upon such backing, 84.
us, instruments to, 149.
Plagues and common dotages, 188.
of heaven, 464.
that haunt the rich, 424.
Plain and flat, 734.
and simple faith, 114.
and to the purpose, 51.
as a pack-staff, 172.
as a pike-staff, 351, 986.
as way to parish church, 68.
blunt man, 114.
brownstone will do, a very, 689.
Camilla scours the, 324.
here as on a darkling, 753.
in dress, be, 350.
knight pricking on the, 27.
living and high thinking, 472.
loveliest village of the, 395.
nodding o’er the yellow, 356.
Plain of Marathon, 369.
over the great gromboolian, 703.
stretched upon the 539.
tale shall put you down, 85.
thou ’lt hear, 793.
when he wastes the, 807.
Plains of windy Troy, ringing, 668.
silver-mantled, 695.
tolerant, 818.
Plainness of speech, use great, 1038.
Plaintive martyrs, 447.
some sweet, melody, 587.
Plaited cunning hides, what, 146.
Plan, not without a, 314.
parts of an infinite, 804.
that admits no modification, 896.
the simple, sufficeth them, 473.
Plans, pilfers wretched, 412.
Planet, born under a rhyming, 54.
swims into his ken, when a new, 576.
Planets, as easily have created the, 585.
guides the, 456.
in chime, sun with his, 664.
in their turn, all the, 300.
not more numerous than the, 625.
then no, strike, 127.
Planned, perfect woman nobly, 475.
Plant, error is a hardy, 695.
fame is no, 247.
fixed like a, 317.
himself on his instinets, 617.
of slow growth, confidence is a, 364.
that grows on mortal soil, 247.
while the earth bears a, 863.
Plants, aromatic, 398.
children like olive, 1016.
suck in the earth, 260.
Planted a graden, God Almighty, 167.
Apollos watered I have, 1037.
of the tree I, 544.
Planting, wheat for this, 646.
Plaster saints, 852.
Platform, upon the, 129.
Plato, taught of the rule of, 254.
thou reasonest well, 298
Plato’s retirement, 241.
Play, a little work a little, 789.
and make good cheer, 20.
and sit like flowers on thy grave, 762.
at cherry-pit, 76.
better at a, 519.
false, wouldst not, 117.
good as a, 1048.
has never ceased to, 651.
healthful, 302.
heart ungalled, 138.
holdeth children from, 34.
in the plighted clouds, 244.
is done, the, 697.
is the thing, 135.
life’s poor, is o’er, 318.
me no plays, 1054.
on give me excess of it, 74.
out the play, 85.
pleased not the million, 134.
 

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