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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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Wax, moon will, the moon will wane, 647.
my heart is, to be moulded, 978.
to flaming youth, virtue be as, 140.
to receive marble to retain, 554.
Waxed and waned the lilacs, moons, 646.
Way, adorns and cheers our, 399.
all along the pleasant, 795.
as birds I see my, 704.
built in such a logical, 691.
but how carve, 712.
dim and perilous, 465, 480.
eftest, 53.
face is like the milky, 256.
freed his soul the nearest, 367.
glory leads the, 281.
glory shows the, 281.
God moves in a mysterious, 423.
guide my lonely, 402.
heaven’s wide pathless, 250.
home, the next, 204.
home, the shortest, 204.
homeward plods his weary, 384.
I am going a long, 681.
in such a solemn, 688.
let the wicked forsake his, 1026.
life’s common, 472.
lion in the, there is a, 1020.
long is the, and hard, 227.
longest, round, 204.
madness lies that, 147.
man’s heart deviseth his, 1018.
marshall’st me the, 119.
mind my compass and my, 354.
narrow, is the, 1031.
no t’ other side the, 595.
noiseless tenor of their, 385.
of all flesh, 181.
of all the earth, 1006.
of bargain, in the, 85.
of kindness, save in the, 463.
of life, my, 124.
of the wind, 837.
of transgressors, 1018.
on their winding, 536.
one, possible of speaking truth, 712.
our, is where God knows, 805.
out of his wreck, 100.
parting of the, 1027.
permit nature to take her, 966.
pretty Fanny’s, 305.
she dances such a, 256.
small to greater must give, 157.
solar walk or milky, 315.
something given that, 185.
sordid, he wends, 564.
steep and thorny, to heaven, 129.
tenor of his, 425.
that boys begin, this is the, 697.
that leads from darkness, 821.
that milky, which nightly, 236.
the worst, to improve the world, 721.
through Eden took their, 240.
through many a weary, 587.
to be deceived, 981.
to dusty death, 125.
to have a friend is to be one, 619.
Way to heaven, all the, 259.
to heaven led the, 313.
to hit a woman’s heart, 612.
to live, in teaching me the, 610.
to parish church, plain as, 68.
to simplify my, of life, 581.
trudgin’ my weary, 825.
walks onward in the, 686.
we parted, the way we met, 806.
we will precede lead the, 441.
where is the good, 1027.
where prudence points the, 860.
which, I fly is hell, 231.
which, shall I fly, 231.
which, the wind is, 195.
which, they walk, 119.
wide is the gate broad the, 1031.
wisdom finds a, 444.
working out its, 267.
Ways, amend your, 1027.
among the untrodden, 469.
appointed, 779.
are dewy wet, 766.
cheerful, of men, 230.
fortune hath divers, 35.
God fulfils himself in many, 681.
hundred and fifty, 71.
newest kind of, 90.
of glory, trod the, 100.
of God, just are the, 242.
of God to man, vindicate the, 315.
of God to men, justify the, 223.
of heaven, just are the, 344.
of her household, 1021.
of hoar antiquity, 403.
of honour, the perfect, 101.
of men, far from the, 345.
of pleasantness, 1017.
of the gods full of providence, 935.
shadow falls both, 240.
stand ye in the, 1027.
that are dark, 813.
the heart doth reveal, 502.
they know not well the subtle, 617.
to lengthen our days, 521.
torture ten thousand, 270.
travel on life’s common, 472.
wandered all our, 26.
Wayfaring men, 1027.
Wayside ambushings, poisonous counsels, 678.
Wayward and tetchy, 97.
sisters depart in peace, 864.
weak and blind, 994.
We are men my liege, 121.
are ne’er like angels, 182.
are the music-makers, 819.
lack but open eye and ear, 650.
may live without poetry, 779.
must do the thing we must, 760.
never mention her, 588.
seemed to see our flag, 650.
the same as, 853.
Weak against the strong, 717.
and beggarly elements, 1038.
and despised old man, 147.
and weary, while I pondered, 655.
ceaseless devouring of the, 773.
 

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