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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
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Rider, steed that knows its, 542.
Ridicule, sacred to, 328.
the test of truth, 581.
truth the test of, 444.
Ridiculous affairs, serious in, 921.
down with, notions of Deity, 765.
excess, wasteful and, 79.
in serious matters, 921.
no spectacle so, 601.
sublime to the, 431.
Riding o’er the azure realm, 383.
on the rail, pleasant, 720.
Rift within the lute, 679.
Rigdom Funnidos, 285.
Rigged with curses dark, 247.
Right, always do what is, 762.
and good, cleaving to the, 686.
and wrong he taught, 860.
as a trivet, 864.
as God gives us to see the, 662.
be sure you are, 1044.
born to set it, 133.
by chance, a fool now and then, 414.
by force of beauty, seems, 659.
cried served him, 720.
divine of kings, 332.
fierce for the, 803.
firmness in the, 662.
following him that sets thee, 940.
form of war, 112.
good will, who strike with, 846.
hand and left, God’s, 721.
hand forget her cunning, 1016.
hand, his red, 227.
hands of fellowship, 1038.
his conduct still, 399.
his life I’m sure was in the, 260.
honorable gentleman is the first, 700.
I see the, and I approve it too, 295.
in every cranny but the, 424.
is right since God is God, 717.
is right to follow, 666.
laws of, 996.
little tight little island, 863.
makes might, faith that, 661.
man in the right place, 724.
mind, clothed in his, 1033.
names, call things by their, 457.
never reasons and is always, 621.
of all, duty of some, 505.
of an excessive wrong, 712.
on, I only speak, 114.
onward steer, 252.
or wrong, our country, 863.
over old Marm Hackett’s garden, 724.
rather be, than president, 517.
slender guarantee for being, 693.
sorry for your heaviness, I am, 6.
the day must win, 717.
the love of the, 785.
the passionate love of, 786.
the victories of, 786.
the wrong, others shall, 651.
there is none to dispute my, 416.
through present wrong the eternal, 649.
to begin doing well, earns the, 709.
Right to dissemble your love, 445.
to set, sun has a, 787.
trust in God and do the, 702.
until it is settled, 835.
upon the earth, his or her, 742.
was right, 444.
way, one must do good in the, 812.
well how meek, ye know, 679.
whatever is is, 316.
whose life is in the, 318.
wise world is mainly, 678.
words, how forcible are, 1008.
wrong follow the king, 677.
Rights, blacks had no, 863.
dare maintain, their, 438.
equal power to maintain their, 634.
men who know their, 438.
of a man, how he lies in his, 709.
of man, called the, 409.
property has its duties as well as, 589, 627.
reparation for our, 364.
unalienable, 434.
Righteous altogether, judgments of the Lord, 661.
are bold as a lion, 1021.
cause, armor of a, 843.
die the death of the, 1005.
forsaken, not seen the, 1011.
hath hope in his death, 1018.
judge art thou, the only, 741.
man regardeth the life of his beast, 1018.
or unrighteous judgment, 807.
overmuch, be not, 1022.
perils doe enfold the, 27.
shall flourish, 1014.
to make them, 807.
Righteousness and peace, 1013.
exalteth a nation, 1018.
sun of, 1028.
word of, 1040.
Rightful voice to say, 802.
Rightly settle a question, 603.
to be great, 142.
Rigid plowmen bear in mind, 622.
Rigorous law, 890.
line, more on a, 753.
Rigour of the game, 508.
of the statutes, 47.
Rill, by cool Siloam’s shady, 535.
nor yet beside the, 386.
sunshine broken in the, 526.
the sun-loved, 771.
Rills, thousand, 382.
Rim, the sun’s, dips, 498.
Ring happy bells, 676.
in the Christ that is to be, 676.
in the nobler modes, 676.
in the thousand years of peace, 676.
in the valiant man, 676.
my when he made Old Hundred, 736.
of verse, thy rare gold, 712.
on her wand she bore, 520.
out my mournful rhymes, 676.
out old shapes of foul disease, 676.
out the darkness of the land, 676.
out the narrowing lust of gold, 676.
 

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