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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
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Selves, from our own, our joys must flow, 362.
stepping-stones of their dead, 673.
Semblance, wait for me a little, 932.
Semi-Solomon, a kind of, 604.
Sempronius, we’ll do more, 297.
Senate at his heels, Cæsar with a, 319.
give his little, laws, 327, 336.
long debate, can a Roman, 298.
Senates, cashiering most kings and, 584.
listening, 385.
Senators, green-robed, those, 575.
most grave, 151.
Send back the song, whole world, 695.
our ancient friend, never shall, 652.
thee a shell, 793.
Sends a thrilling pulse through me, 640.
Sendeth sun he sendeth shower, he, 630.
Senior-junior giant-dwarf, 55.
Sensation, count minutes by, 627.
Sensations felt in the blood, 467.
Sense aches at thee, the, 155.
all the joys of, 319.
and nonsense, through, 269.
and outward things, 478.
custom who all, doth eat, 141.
deviates into, 269.
flows in fit words, 268.
from thought divine, 316.
good health and good, 899.
good, the gift of heaven, 322.
if all want, 205.
joys of, lie in three words, 319.
live within the, 567.
men of, approve, 324.
much fruit of, 323.
obstinate questionings of, 478.
of death is most in apprehension, 48.
of future favours, gratitude, 304.
of ills to come, no, 381.
of shame, lost to all, 338.
of the honorable, a quixotic, 656.
of your great merit, 423.
one for rhyme, one for, 213.
palls upon the, 298.
palter in a double, 126.
persons of good, 982.
satire or, 328.
song charms the, 228.
sound an echo to the, 324.
stings and motions of the, 47.
sublime of something, 467.
take care of the, 782.
the daintier, 143.
want of decency is want of, 278.
whose weighty, 268.
with his uncommon, 352.
Senses, impressions through the, 940.
seven, out of his, 493.
steep my, in forgetfulness, 89.
unto our gentle, 117.
Senseless and fit man, most, 51.
Sensibility, wanting, 422.
Sensible and well-bred man, 415.
men are of the same religion, 629.
Sensible men never tell 629.
to feeling as to sight, 119.
warm motion, 48.
Sensuous, simple passionate and, 254.
Sent his singers upon earth, God, 647.
joys and tears alike are, 630.
Sentence, he mouths a, 412.
hungry judges sign the, 326.
mortality my, 239.
my, is for open war, 226.
Sentences, quips and, 51.
Sententious, Cato the, 559.
nurse of manly, 410.
pluck the eyes of, 688.
Sentient beings are doomed to, 663.
Sentimentalist, barrenest of all mortals is the, 583.
Sentimentally disposed to harmony, 509.
stars set their watch, 515.
Sentiments, hearts and, were free, 817.
Sentinels, fixed, 91.
Sentries of the shadowy night, 635.
Separate dying ember wrought, each, 655.
star, each in his, 854.
Separateth very friends, 1019.
September, thirty days hath, 870.
Sepulchral urns, in old, 415.
Sepulchre, quietly inurned in the, 130.
soldier’s, shall be a, 515.
Sepulchres of thought, books are, 640.
the, of mighty dead, 580.
whited, 1033.
Sepulchred in such pomp, 251.
Sequent centuries, nor, 616.
Sequestered vale, 385, 425.
Seraph, as the rapt, that adores, 316.
so spake the, Abdiel, 235.
Seraphs might despair, where, 540.
Serbonian bog, 228.
Sere, leaves were crisped and, 656.
the leaves that are, 715.
the yellow leaf, 124.
Serene amidst alarms, 428.
and bright, old age, 475.
gem of purest ray, 385.
of heaven, breaks the, 507.
Serenely arriving in the day, death, 744.
full the epicure would say, 461.
Serenity, a never fading, 299.
of death, 784.
Sergeant death, this fell, 145.
Series of congratulatory regrets, 626.
Serious ape whom none take seriously, 729.
in ridiculous matters, 921.
smile, make the, 345.
thought, still and, 471.
Seriously, ape whom none take, 729.
Seriphus, if I had been of, 909.
Sermon, perhaps turn out a, 448.
who flies a, 204.
Sermons and soda-water, 557.
in stones, 67.
Serpent, biteth like a, 1020.
like Aaron’s, 317.
 

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