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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
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Trouble, war is toil and, 272.
why all this toil and, 466.
Troubles, against a sea of, 135.
of the brain, the written, 125.
peck of, 977.
we’ve a whole lot of, 843.
Troubled air, meteor to the, 383.
let not your heart be, 1035.
like a fountain, 73.
waters, fish in, 283.
with thick-coming fancies, 125.
Troublesome disguises, 234.
Troublest me, thou, 97.
Troubling, wicked cease from, 1008.
Trousers, one’s best, to fight for freedom in, 996.
steam-engine in, 461.
Trowel, laid on with a, 66.
Troy, Astyanax the hope of, 338.
divine, tale of, 250.
fired another, 272.
half his, was burnt, 88.
heard, doubted, 558.
laid in ashes, 280.
ringing plains of windy, 668.
where is, 352.
Troy’s proud glories, 337.
Truant, aged ears play, at his tales, 55.
husband should return, 556.
Truckle-bed, honour’s, 212.
Trudged along unknowing, 273.
Trudgin’ my weary way, 825.
True, always think what is, 762.
Amphitryon, 277.
and honourable wife, 112.
apostles of equality, 755.
are you good men and, 51.
as fate, 182.
as steel, 58, 107.
as the dial to the sun, 215.
as the needle to the pole, 306.
battled for the, 675.
beginning of our end, 59.
blue, Presbyterian, 210.
dare to be, 205.
easy to be, 859.
enabled me to remain, 581.
eyes too pure and too honest, 780.
faith and willing hands, 730.
friend is forever a friend, 760.
good to be honest and, 450.
hearts lie withered, 521.
hope is swift, 97.
humility is surely ours, 809.
humility the highest virtue, 680.
I have married her, 149.
if England to itself rest, 80.
if your heart be only, 809.
it ’s, I’ve got no shirts to wear, 800.
knight’s pastime, toil is the, 728.
leisure one with true toil, 716.
like the needle, 389.
love, course of, never did run smooth, 57.
love is, if I know what, 680.
love is like ghosts, 981.
love tho’ given in vain, 680.
True man’s apparel, every, 49.
my Mary kind and, 638.
nature the first cause of the, 941.
nothing, but heaven, 524.
patriots all, 445.
perfection, praise and, 66.
pleasure of life is to, 698.
pride were not also, as if, 713.
rest, and that is, 716.
right wrong, live pure speak, 677.
so tender and so, 380.
strange but, 560.
tender and, Douglas, 38.
this is not my, country, 742.
’t is pity and pity ’t is ’t is true, 133.
to all always open always, 754.
to be simple modest manly, 738.
to God who ’s true to man, he ’s, 733.
to one party, 735.
to the kindred points of heaven, 485.
to thine own self be, 130.
toil, true leisure one with, 716.
too good to be, 284.
use of speech, 403.
views, as fast as they appear, 661.
way to be deceived, 981.
whatsoever things are, 1039.
while we’re Britons, 867.
wit, the well of, 772.
Truer name is Onward, death’s, 685.
truth obtainable, is no, 714.
Truest language, flowers are love’s, 660.
the, hearts that ever, 580.
warrior, this was the, 726.
True-fixed and resting quality, 112.
Truepenny, art thou there, 132.
Truly civilized man, the, 826.
longed for death, has ever, 666.
loved never forgets, 520.
write his single day, none, 685.
Trump, shrill, 154.
Trumps, if dirt was, 510.
Trumpery, with all their, 231.
Trumpet give an uncertain sound, 1037.
moved more than with a, 34.
shifted his, 400.
sound the, beat the drums, 281.
sounds to horse, 296.
the thing became a, 485.
Trumpets, never heard the sound of, 920.
silver snarling, 575.
Trumpet-tongued, angels, 118.
Truncheon, the marshal’s, 47.
Trundle-tail, tike or, 148.
Trust a little, that when we die, 789.
all and be deceived, better, 686.
all power is a, 626.
but put your money in, 692.
government is a, 517.
her not she is fooling thee, 648.
in all things high, 673.
in God, 843.
in God and do the right, 702.
in God is our, 517.
in God, put your, 598.
 

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