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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
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Verse, the subject of all, 179.
the varying, 329.
the, you grave for me, 830.
thy rare gold ring of, 712.
unpremeditated, 238.
who says in, 329.
whose prose is grand, 734.
will seem prose, 280.
Verses, false gallop of, 70.
quire of bad, 603.
rhyme the rudder is of, 211.
Versed in books, deep, 241.
Very energy of thought, 607.
like a whale, 139.
thing I should not know, 803.
Vessel, one, unto honour, 1036.
the gilded, goes, 383.
wife the weaker, 1041.
Vessels large may venture more, 300.
Vestal modesty, pure and, 108.
Vestal’s lot, blameless, 333.
Vesture of decay, this muddy, 65.
Vesuvian Bay, far away sailing the, 751.
Veteran, superfluous lags the, 365.
Veterans rewards, the world its, 321.
Vex not his ghost, 149.
the brain, researches, 443.
Vexation of spirit, 1022.
Vexing the dull ear of a drowsy man, 79.
Viaticum of old age, 948.
Vibrates in the memory, music, 567.
Vibrations, to deaden its, 644.
Vicar of the Almightie Lord, 6.
Vice, amusements prevent, 371.
by action dignified, 106.
distinction between virtue and, 370.
encourage no, 398.
end in sight was a, 707.
gathered every, 332.
good old-gentlemanly, 556.
is a monster, 317.
is sold, almost every, 178.
itself lost half its evil, 410.
of fools, never-failing, 323.
of old age, a common, 891.
of republics, envy the, 642.
pays to virtue, the homage, 981.
prevails, when, 298.
some tincture of, in the best virtue, 963.
that reverend, 85.
virtue itself turns, 106.
Vices disguised, virtues are, 980.
Hannibal had many, 186.
ladder of our, 643.
of the saints, virtues of society are, 620.
our pleasant, 149.
small, do appear, 148.
wallets for our, 902.
Vicious and virtuous, 318.
Vicissitudes in all things, 889.
man used to, 368.
of fortune, 430.
of sects and religions, 168.
of things, the sad, 379, 393.
Victim must be found, 801.
Victims play, the little, 381.
priests altars, 323.
Victor exult, shall, 514.
from vanquished issues, 678.
Victors, to the, belong the spoils, 864.
Victories, after a thousand, 161.
go forward and give us, 661.
of right, 786.
peace hath her, 252.
Victorious ill, the hate of, 785.
o’er a’ the ills o’ life, 451.
wreaths, bound with, 95.
Victory, a Cadmean, 999.
follows in its train, 460.
grave where is thy, 335, 1038.
if not, is yet revenge, 226.
it was a famous, 507.
made red by bloody, 634.
of endurance born, 573.
or death, resolved on, 990.
or Westminster Abbey, 446.
undone by another, 171.
vain, makes not thy, 790.
win, they only the, 746.
won, life’s, 757.
Vienna, congress of, dances, 989.
looker-on here in, 49.
View, imagine so absurd a, 778.
keep probability in, 349.
landscape tire the, 358.
me with a critic’s eye, 459.
morose or desponding, 603.
not fair to outward, 586.
order gave each thing, 98.
that mocks me with the, 394.
with extensive, 365.
Views as fast as they appear true, 661.
new, as fast as true views, 661.
of Christian duty, men whose, 730.
of happiness, distant, 181.
of themselves, interested, 304.
Viewless voiceless turner of the wheel, 816.
winds, imprisoned in, 48.
Vigil long, patient search and, 555.
Vigils keep, poets painful, 331.
Vigilance, eternal, 1047.
go forward and give victories, 661.
Vigilant, be sober be, 1041.
Vigour, dies in youth and, 341.
from the limb, 542.
is in our immortal soul, 893.
press with, on, 359.
relents, my, 408.
Vile, durance, 450.
guns, but for these, 83.
hold to stay him up, 79.
ill-favoured faults, 46.
man that mourns, 316.
nought so, that on the earth doth live, 106.
only man is, 536.
squeaking of the fife, 62.
Vilest deeds like poison-weeds, 836.
sinner may return, 303.
Village bells, music of those, 422.
 

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