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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
Page 290
 
 
Science, new, that men lere, 6.
of, and logic he chatters, 609.
of our law, the lawless, 670.
of purer, holier laws, 728.
one, will one genius fit, 323.
professors of the dismal, 583.
proud, never taught to stray, 315.
sort of hocus-pocus, 350.
star-eyed, 513.
will turn upon its error, 998.
Sciences, all the abstruse, 556.
books must follow, 168.
Scilurus on his death-bed, 917.
Scio’s rocky isle, old man of, 550.
Scion of chiefs and monarchs, 547.
Scipio buried by the upbraiding shore, 545.
Scipio’s ghost walks unavenged, 298.
Scoff, fools who came to, 397.
Scoffer’s pen, product of a, 479.
Scolding from Carlyle, 690.
Scole of Stratford, 1.
Scope of my opinion, 126.
Scorch, bright suns may, 610.
Score and tally, no books but the, 94.
Scorn all burning hot, said I in, 843.
delights, 247.
for the time of, 155.
in spite of, 225.
laugh a siege to, 125.
laugh thee to, 1029.
laughed his word to, 415.
not the sonnet, 485.
of consequence, 666.
of eyes reflecting gems, 96.
of scorn the hate of hate, 665.
read to doubt or read to, 494.
to laugh to, 71.
what a deal of, looks beautiful, 76.
Scorns of time, whips and, 135.
Scorned, no fury like a woman, 294.
slighted, disappointed woman, 296.
Scornful jest, most bitter is a, 366.
Scorning the base degrees, 111.
too fond for idle, 653.
Scorpion died of the bite, 400.
Scot and lot, 178.
Scots, a few industrious, 37.
what hae wi’ Wallace bled, 450.
wham Bruce has aften led, 450.
Scotch nation void of wit, 389.
understanding,459.
Scotched the snake, 121.
Scotchman, left to a beggarly, 370.
much may be made of a, 371.
Scotchman’s noblest prospect, 370.
Scotia’s grandeur springs, 447.
Scotland at the Orcades, 318.
stands, where it did, 124.
Scotland’s strand, fair, 452.
Scoundrel and a coward, 370.
last refuge of a, 372.
maxim, 357.
Scoundrels, a healthy hatred of, 583.
Scoured with perpetual motion, 88.
Scourge inexorable, 226.
of God, him that was the, 571.
of war, pray this mighty, 661.
Scourge, whose iron, 382.
Scourged to his dungeon, 572.
Scours the plain, Camilla, 324.
Scout, the blabbing Eastern, 243.
Scowl and pout, in vain I, 720.
of cloud, sky what a, 713.
Scraps of learning dote, on, 310.
stolen the, 56.
Scratch, engraving is the art of, my head with lightning, 796.
Scratched, a little, ’t will serve, 56.
Screw your courage to the sticking place, 118.
Scripture authentic, 310.
elder, writ by God, 310.
the devil can cite, 61.
Scroll, charged with punishments the, 829.
of twice three thousand years, 785.
Scruple of her excellence, 46.
Scule, sad time twa bairns at, 587.
Sculptured in stone on poet’s pages, 709.
marble, although no, 531.
Scurry, some right, 772.
Scutcheon, honour a mere, 87.
Scuttled ship, that ever, 557.
Scylla and Charybdis, 1002.
your father, 64.
Scyllam, incidis in, 64.
Scythes of truth had mown, where, 788.
S’death I’ll print it, 326.
Sea, alone on a wide wide, 498.
and the rains and the sun, 818.
as now we sail the, 767.
as stars look on the, 632.
bass eternal of the, 788.
beheld and fled, the great, 261.
best thing between England and France, 612.
between the one and the other a, 631.
boisterous captain of the, 392.
by the deep, where none intrude, 547.
Christ was born across the, 748.
cloud out of the, 1007.
come o’er the moonlit, 636.
compassed by the inviolate, 665.
could navigate the, of life, 597.
desert of the, 1025.
disturbs the Sabbath of that deeper, 700.
down to a sunless, 500.
dreary, now blows between, 500.
far on the wild-raging, 590.
far-heard whisper o’er the, 498.
first gem of the, 522.
footsteps in the, 423.
fountain stream and, 496.
give a thousand furlongs of, 42.
glad waters of the dark blue, 550.
go down to the, in ships, 1015.
good to sail upon the, 845.
grew civil at her song, 57.
he governs land and, 731.
his deeds inimitable like the, 36.
hollows crowned with summer, 681.
 

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