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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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Presence of body, 509.
of mind, 889.
of the passenjare, 796.
shall my wants supply, his, 300.
whose, civilizes ours, 415
Present, desponding view of the, 603.
fears less than imaginings, 116.
help in trouble, 1012.
in spirit, absent in body, 1037.
joys therein I find, 22.
things seem worst, 89.
thou, to my mind, 596.
wrong the eternal right, through, 649.
Presents endear absents, 509.
Presentment, counterfeit, 140.
Preservative of all arts, 1044.
Preserves us a nation, made and, 609.
President, ever expected me to be, 660.
rather be right than, 517.
Press down upon the brow of labor, 844.
freedom of the, 435.
not a falling man too far, 99.
the, is the fourth estate, 585.
the people’s right maintain, 863.
with vigour on, 359.
Pressure, his form and, 137.
of taxation, 462.
Presto pass your joys are withered, 609.
Presume not God to scan, 317.
Pretender, God bless the, 351.
Pretty boy, my, 803.
chickens, all my, 124.
creature drink, 472.
everything that, is, 159.
Fanny’s way, 305.
feet like snails, 202.
looks, puts on his, 79.
page with dimpled chin, 697.
Sally, there’s none like, 285.
to force together thoughts, 500.
to walk with, 256.
Preudent course is steadied, my, 735.
Prevail, oars alone can ne’er, 416.
or not, none cares whether it, 757.
truth is great and shall, 757.
Prevailin’ weakness of public men, 787.
Prevaricate, thou dost, 211.
Prey at fortune, 153.
expects his evening, 383.
fleas that on him, 290.
the destined, 838.
to dumb forgetfulness, a, 385.
to hastening ills, a, 396.
was man, his, 333.
where eagles dare not perch, wrens make, 96.
Priam’s curtain, drew down, 88.
powers and self shall fall, 337.
Price, all men have their, 304.
for knowledge, too high the, 313.
of chains and slavery, 430.
of liberty, 1047.
of wisdom is above rubies, 1009.
pearl of great, 1031.
Prices, all have, 559.
Prick the sides of my intent, 118.
Pricks, kick against the, 1035.
me on, honour, 87.
Pricking of my thumbs, 123.
on the plaine, 27.
Prickles on it, leaf had, 245.
tormenting himself with his, 593.
Pride aiming at the blest abodes, 316.
alone, stands in his, 652.
and fraud and blood, men of, 826.
and haughtiness of soul, 298.
at bottom of all great mistakes, 746.
blend our pleasure or, 472.
coy submission modest, 232.
crueltie and ambition of man, 27.
day in its, 528.
father’s joy mother’s, 492.
fell with my fortunes, 66.
goeth before, 13, 38.
goeth before destruction, 1018.
high-blown, broke under me, 99.
humbled out of, 963.
idleness and, 361.
in Casey’s bearing, 856.
in reasoning pride, 315.
in their port, 395.
of former days, 519.
of kings, 314.
of place, towering in her, 120.
of sway, peace and, 339.
peasantry their country’s, 396.
pomp and circumstance, 154.
rank pride, ’t is, 298.
spite of, 316.
that apes humility, 501, 507.
that licks the dust, 328.
that must be yours, solemn, 660.
that perished in his, 470.
that puts the country down, 406.
the vice of fools, 323.
to relieve the wretched, 396.
vain the chief’s the sage’s, 330.
were not also, as if true, 713.
will have a fall, 13.
withered in their, 704.
Priest for enemy good bye to peace, 630.
hearing the holy, 31.
no Italian, shall tithe, 79.
pale-eyed, 251.
rich without a fault, 337.
Priests altars victims, 333.
by the imposition of a mightier hand, 600.
tapers temples, 333.
Priestcraft and superstition, main pillars of, 634.
Priestess of night’s high mysteries, 613.
of the wise, a gentle, 855.
Priesthood, literary men a perpetual, 581.
Priestlike, moving waters at their, task, 578.
Primal duties shine aloft, 481.
eldest curse upon ’t, 139.
Prime, April of her, 161.
 

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