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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
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Polished manners, 422.
razor, satire is like a, 350.
through act and speech, 767.
Polite learning, men of, 284.
never mentions hell to ears, 322.
Politeness, pine-apple of, 440.
Political bands, dissolve the, 434.
cave of Adullam, into his, 700.
fault, it is a, 991.
Politician, coffee makes the, wise, 326.
not a, other habits good, 787.
that would circumvent God, 143.
Politicians, whole race of, 290.
whom democracy has degraded into, 628.
Politics and morality, treat apart, 812.
conscience with, 442.
the purification of, 785.
Poll, all flaxen was his, 142.
and his heart was true to, 809.
just rubbed his auld, 590.
talked like poor, 388.
Pollertics like my religion, my, 787.
Pollutes whate’er it touches, power, 567.
Pollutions, safe from sin’s, 642.
sun through, 169.
Pomegranate from Browning, some, 658.
Pomp, all his, without his force, 412.
and circumstance, 154.
and glory of this world, 99.
blot out vain, 941.
candied tongue lick absurd, 137.
dull, the life of kings, 754.
give lettered, 649.
of age, monumental, 479.
of power, 384.
speulchred in such, 251.
take physic, 147.
to flight, puts all the, 333.
worthless, of homage, 571.
Pomps and vanity, 1042.
Pompey’s shade, great, 298.
Pompous in the grave, 219.
Pond, mantle like a standing, 60.
Pondered weak and weary, while I, 655.
Ponderous and marble jaws, 131.
axes rung, no, 535.
form was, and his step, 646.
gate of the west, 817.
woe, though a, 289.
Pontic sea, like to the, 155.
Pool, fringed, 777.
mantle of the standing, 147.
Poop was beaten gold, 157.
Poor a thing is man, how, 39.
always ye have with you, 1035.
and content is rich enough, 153.
annals of the, 384.
but honest, my friends were, 73.
Christ himself was, 190.
considereth the, 1012.
creature small beer, 89.
destruction of the, 1017.
exchequer of the, 81.
give the rest to the, 956.
Poor, grind the faces of the, 1025.
he that considereth the, 1012.
he that hath pity upon the, 1019.
he was rich and she was, 720.
how many, I see, 301.
human heart, and also my, 722.
I am stale, 160.
I rich they, 22.
in thanks, I am even, 134.
indeed, makes me, 153.
indeed must thou be, 731.
infirm weak and despised, 147.
laws grind the, 395.
lean lank face, in my, 660.
little one-horse town, 795.
lone woman, 89.
love their country and be, 336.
make no new friends, 637.
man has grudge against poor man, 879.
man laughs loudest of all, 690.
man’s garden grow more than herbs, 630.
must be wisely visited, 687.
naked wretches, 147.
old man, sorrows of a, 433.
pensioner, 306.
prophets apostles all, 190.
rich gifts wax, 136.
richest was, and the poorest, 642.
scandalous and, 279.
that found’st me, 398.
that have not patience, 152.
that lack ablution, 845.
the hungry, 797.
the offering be, though, 525.
though much they have, 22.
to do him reverence, 113.
to slight the, 345.
Tom, heaven be thy aid, 578.
Tom’s a-cold, 147.
too, for a bribe, 387.
wanders heaven-directed to the, 321.
wants that pinch the, 424.
weak palsy-stricken, 575.
when that the, have cried Cæsar wept, 113.
wise man like a book, 181.
without Thee we are, 421.
woman, marry rich woman as, 698.
Poorest lived in abundance, 642.
man in his cottage, 365.
Poor-house, over the hill to the, 825.
Pope of Rome, no more than the, 212.
Popery, inclines a man to, 222.
Popish liturgy, 365.
Poplar pale, edged with, 251.
Poppies of Cathay, and drink the, 651.
overcharged with rain, 338.
pleasures are like, 451.
Poppy nor mandragora, 154.
Poppy-seeds of slumber deep and calm, 764.
Population, agricultural, bravest, 905.
Populous city pent, long in, 239.
Porcelain clay of humankind, 277.
of human clay, 558.
 

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