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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
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Book only read perhaps by me, 470.
or friend, with a religious, 174.
read you like a, 815.
security in an old, 740.
so fairly bound, 107.
so unconning, O little, 6.
that is not, a year old, never read, 620.
what to put first in a, 985.
when a nobleman writes a, 374.
who reads an American, 462.
words printed in a, 1009.
Books a university, 585.
and dreams are each a world, 477.
and money placed for show, 215.
are a substantial world, 477.
are sepulchres of thought, 640.
assume the care of, 310.
authority from others’, 54.
by which the printers lost, 222.
cannot always please, 444.
can not learn men-from, 626.
comments on, 965.
deep versed in, 241.
forefathers had no other, 94.
he comes not in my, 198.
in her mind the wisest, 261.
in the running brooks, 67.
knowing I loved my, 42.
like proverbs, 266.
lineaments of gospel, 23.
men that will make you, 974.
must follow sciences, 168.
next o’er his, 331.
not in your, 50.
of honour razed from the, 161.
of making many, 1024.
of nature, 970.
old manners old, 401.
on the soul, I have written three, 706.
or work or healthful play, 302.
our forefathers had no other, 94.
philosophers will put their names to their, 188.
preserved and stored up in, 254.
some are lies, 446.
some, to be tasted, 168.
speaks about his own, 625.
spectacles of, 277.
stuffed with stoical reasonings, 930.
sweet serenity of, 643.
tailsmans and spells, 422.
tenets change with, 321.
that nourish all the world, 56.
the value of many, 997.
they read, their, 866.
to hold in the hand, 375.
toil o’er, 348.
up and quit your, 466.
upon his head, so many, 457.
we may live without, 779.
were woman’s looks, my only, 522.
which are no books, 509.
wiser grow without, 422.
you need, Homer all the, 280.
Bookful blockhead, 325.
Bookish theoric, 149.
Bookmen, you two are, 55.
Booms adown the glooms, 833.
Boot, appliances and means to, 89.
Boots displace, dares this pair of, 388.
hauled on his, and roared, 724.
it at one gate, what, 242.
Booted and spurred, 868.
Bootless bene, good for a, 479.
Bo-peep, played at, 202.
Border, let that aye be your, 448.
Bore a bright golden flower, 245.
every hero becomes a, at last, 619.
his banner to the very front, 814.
his part, 803.
my point, thus I, 84.
the world, him who, 483.
without abuse, 676.
Bores and bored, the, 560.
through his castle wall, 82.
Boreas, blustering railer, 860.
Born across the sea, Christ was, 748.
better ne’er been, 494.
better to be lowly, 98.
blessed who ne’er was, 289.
cry for being, 170.
days, in my, 973.
dreamer, out of my due time, 789.
follow the king else wherefore, 677.
for an hour, 850.
for immortality, 484.
for success, 616.
for the universe, 399.
great, some are, 76.
highest calamity to be, 922.
house where I was, 592.
how happy is he, 174.
in a bower, 588.
in a cellar, 294, 391.
in a wood to be afraid of an owl, 292 in Arcadia, I too was, 979.
in bed in bed we die, 980.
in better days, 341.
in silent darkness, 39.
in sin, Adam’s sons, 190.
in the garret, 552.
knew that before you were, 902.
or taught, happy is he, 174.
poet is made as well as, 179.
so, men are to be, 207.
that ever I was, 133.
to be a slave, 413.
to blush unseen, 385.
to die that were not, 562.
to do, the thing that I was, 39.
to inquire after truth, 964.
to set it right, 133.
to the manner, 130.
under a rhyming planet, 54.
Borne, all things can be, 783.
and yet must bear, 566.
away with every breath, 554.
before her on a shutter, 697.
down by the flying, 489.
his faculties so meek, 118.
like thy bubbles, onward, 547.
Borrow its mirth, 835.
live within our means if we, 787.
the name of the world, to, 166.
 

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