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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
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Pleasure of life is to, true, 698.
of love is in loving, 981.
of the game, the little, 287.
of the time, spoils the, 122.
praise all his, 305.
reason’s whole, 319.
she was bent, though on, 417.
smile in pain frown at, 309.
stock of harmless, 369.
sure in being mad, 277.
sweet the, 271.
take, some men to, 321.
to be drunk, it is our, 362.
to come, immense, 380.
to deceive the deceiver, 983.
to the spectators, 604.
treads upon the heels of, 295.
unseasoned by variety, 896.
was the chief good, 952.
well-spring of, 695.
when I live to thee I live in, 359.
when I play not, 25.
with pain for leaven, 805.
youth and, 542.
youth love gold and, 662.
Pleasures and palaces, 568.
are like poppies, 451.
banish pain, 303.
calm, 357.
catastrophes due to love of, 747.
doubling his, 455.
every age has its, 986.
hovered nigh, 357.
in the vale of pain, 492.
lie thickest where no, 865.
now, what are, 844.
of the Mahometans, 387.
of the present day, 359.
of the spheres, 526.
pretty, might me move, 25.
prove, all the, 40.
soothed his soul to, 272.
Pleasure-dome, stately, 500.
Pleasure-house, lordly, 666.
Pleasureless ye die, lest, 790.
Pledge, never signed no, 735.
of a deathless name, 643.
our sacred honour, 434.
Pleiades, sweet influences of, 1010.
Plenteous, harvest truly is, 1031.
Plentiful as blackberries,85.
lack of wit, 133.
Plenty comes and goes, 785.
o’er a smiling land, 385.
of the kind, yet there is, 666.
Pleurisy of people, 199.
Plighted clouds, play in the, 244.
Plodders, continual, 54.
Plods his weary way, 384.
Plot me no plots, 1054.
of state to make a bank, 263.
this blessed, this earth, 81.
we first survey the, 88.
Plots, a man of, 678.
Plough deep while sluggards sleep, 360.
following his, 470.
for what avail the, 617.
Plough the sea, those who, 898.
the watery deep, 337.
who steer the, 614.
Ploughman homeward plods, 384.
Ploughshare o’er creation, 309.
stern Ruin’s, 448.
unwilling, 486.
Ploughshares, swords into, 1024.
Plover, muskets aimed at, 439.
Plow deep and straight with all, 622.
Plowmen, ye rigid, bear in mind, 622.
Pluck blackberries, sit round it and, 659.
bright honour from the moon, 84.
from memory a rooted sorrow, 125.
out the heart of my mystery, 139.
this flower safety, 84.
up drowned honour, 84.
your berries, I come to, 246.
Plucked his gown, 397.
Plume a eu d’avantage sur l’épée, 189.
is trailing in the dust, thy, 623.
of amber snuff-box, 326.
to fledge the shaft, 518.
Plumes her feathers, she, 244.
Plumed like estridges, 86.
troop farewell, 154.
Plummet, deeper than e’er, 43.
Plummets, deeper than all, sound, 807.
Plump Jack, banish, 85.
Plumpy Bacchus, 158.
Plums, life ’s a pudding full of, 802.
Plunder, power of public, 529.
Plunge, Festus I, 704.
Plunged along the shore, waves that, 758.
in, accoutred as I was, I, 110.
Plutarch, no such person as, 916.
Plutarch’s men, one of, 738.
Plutonian shore, on the night’s, 613.
Pluto’s cheek, drew tears down, 250.
Po, or wandering, 394.
Pocket, little in one’s own, 975.
not scruple to pick a, 282.
smiles while it picks yer, 350.
stole and put it in his, 140.
Poem, himself to be a true, 253.
his whole life a heroic, 580.
is a proof of genius, a great, 600.
life of a man a, of its sort, 582.
perfect, the crystalline revelation, 636.
rhymed or unrhymed, 5.
round and perfect as a star, 775.
with music or with, 241.
works and does some, 583.
Poems, for ye are living, 647.
would write heroic, 580.
Poesy, heavenly gift of, 270.
seeds of, by heaven sown, 347.
some participation of divineness, 169.
Poet be, joyful let the, 725.
cannot die, the, 670.
dies, when the, 488.
God is the perfect, 704.
has grudge against poet, 879.
hopes that after-times, every, 653.
 

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