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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
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Power, a magic, to calm the breast, 607.
a witty beauty is a, 772.
above can save, the, 342.
alas naught but misery, 588.
an unwearied, 414.
and effect of love, 191.
and pelf, 488.
balance of, 304.
beauty hath strange, 242.
behind the eye, 620.
behind the throne, 364.
breathe secret of your, 846.
but his attribute, 793.
daughter of Jove relentless, 382.
day of thy, 1015.
earthly, show likest God’s, 64.
force of temporal, 64.
forty parson, 559.
genius hath electric, 610.
gray flits the shade of, 541.
great, make me always think, 762.
greatest not exempted from her, 31.
heaven upon the past has not, 274.
human, which could evade, 555.
in excess, desire of, 165.
intellectual, the, 465, 480.
is a trust, all, 626.
is passing from the earth, 477.
knowledge is, 168.
lay down the wreck of, 571.
like a desolating pestilence, 567.
love greater than his, 793.
not now in fortune’s, 212.
o’er true virginity, 245.
of beauty I remember, the, 272.
of grace, 513.
of proselytism, 995.
of public plunder, cohesive, 529.
of thought, the, 551.
of words, graced with the, 330.
pangs of guilty, 367.
pomp of, 384.
seeds of godlike, are in us, 754.
shadow of some unseen, 564.
should take who have the, 473.
some novel, 676.
talent in a man’s, 740.
taught by that, 402.
thank the eternal, 380.
that fills the world with terror, 645.
that hath made us a nation, 517.
that pities me, 402.
the giftie gie us, wad some, 448.
to assume a pleasing shape, 135.
to broaden the mind, 936.
to charm insanity, 620.
to charm, nor witch hath, 127.
to love, lose the, 717.
to persuade, 942.
to say behold, 57.
to thunder, flatter Jove for his, 103.
to will, work or lose the, 717.
to wound, her very shoe has, 378.
untold, with love and, 715.
upon the past, heaven has not, 274.
wealth excludes but one evil, 373.
whence has come thy lasting, 810.
Power which erring men call chance, 245.
while Thee I seek protecting, 862.
within, the ruling, 936.
Powers, our misshaping vision of the, 682.
plow deep and straight with all your, 622.
struggle of discordant, 409.
supreme, keep men in obedience, 193.
that be, 1036.
that be, o’er lesser, 731.
that will work for thee, 471.
we lay waste our, 476.
which impress our minds, 466.
Power’s employ, in some unknown, 753.
Powerful as truth, nothing so, 534.
grace that lies in herbs, 106.
Practical force, the mightiest, 826.
Practice becomes second nature, 893.
in little things, 929.
is everything, 944.
is the best instructor, 896.
of a wise man, 207.
of all physicians, beyond the, 693.
success in, 816.
Practices, long train of these, 364.
to deceive, 490.
Practised falsehood, 232.
what he preached, 860.
Prague, old hermit of, 77.
Prague’s proud arch, 513.
Prairie’s midst, she lights her fires in every, 725.
Praise, all his pleasure, 305.
and true perfection, 66.
arise, let the Creator’s, 302.
be to you, O hills, 846.
beat high for, 519.
blame love kisses, 474.
blessings and eternal, 477.
come to bury Cæsar not to, 113.
damn with faint, 327.
dispraised no small, 240.
efforts of race due to love of, 747.
Father Son and Holy Ghost, 278.
for the sure-enwinding arms, 744.
from a friend, 339.
from Sir Hubert Stanley, 457.
garment of, 1026.
God from whom all blessings flow, 278.
great men’s, 834.
him all creatures here below, 278.
I’ll sing thee a song in thy, 449.
if there be any, 1039.
love of, howe’er concealed, 310.
none named thee but to, 562.
of those about to marry, 949.
only to be praised, we, 981.
poets lose half the, 221.
pudding against empty, 330.
silence muse His, 357.
skies were purple and breath was, 599.
sound of woman’s, 604.
 

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