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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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Adversity, good things that belong to, 164.
hard upon a man, 585.
is not without comforts, 164.
of our best friends, 982.
sweet are the uses of, 67.
test of strong men, 899.
tries friends, 899.
what way to endure, 890.
Adversity’s sweet milk, 108.
Advice, and with my, 590.
cannot inspire conduct, 982.
Creator not taking, 954.
few profit by, 894.
nothing given so profusely as, 981.
’t was good, 444.
Advices, lengthened sage, 451.
Advise another, easy to, 943.
whom none could, 26.
Ae, twa bairns and but, heart, 587.
Ægroto dum anima est, 349.
Aeon, an, or two, 853.
Aerial, upon rock, 480.
Aery-light, his sleep was, 234.
Afar from the great sea-deeps, 820.
Afeard, soldier and, 124.
Affair, consider what precedes in every, 932.
this world is a strange, 983.
Affairs of love, office and, 51.
of men, the gods superintend the, 946.
of men, tide in the, 115.
ridiculous in serious, 921.
Affect little minds, little things, 627.
study what you most, 72.
Affects to nod, 271.
Affected to be zealously, 1038.
Affecting, natural simple, he was, 399.
Affection cannot hold the bent, 75.
hateth nicer hands, 27.
my fond, thou hast seen, 589.
never was wasted, 643.
preferment goes by letter and, 149.
strong to me-wards, 202.
talk not of wasted, 643.
Affections dark as Erebus, 66.
mild, of, 335.
on things above, 1039.
run to waste, 546.
Affectionate, compassionate, great individual, 745.
Affinity with the soul of man, such, 694.
Afflicted or distressed, 1042.
Affliction may smile again, 54.
tries our virtue, 380.
Affliction’s heaviest shower, 482.
sons are brothers, 447.
Affluence to poverty, 796.
Affrighted nature recoils, 411.
Affront, fear is, 313.
me, a well-bred man will not, 415.
Afire with God, every bush, 659.
Afloat the peerless cup, 704.
Afraid, and the just man is, 578.
be not, it is I, 1032.
whistling to keep from being, 277.
Afric maps, geographers in, 289.
Afric’s burning shore, 388.
sunny fountains, 536.
Africa and golden joys, 90.
After death the doctor, 205.
heaven on our dull side, 680.
its life, fleeing to ocean, 716.
looking before and, 142.
me the deluge, 205.
the revel was done, 781.
the verb to love, 868.
the war aid, 205.
times, light for, 507.
times, written to, 253.
us the deluge, 999.
which was before come, 212.
you with equal force grace, 743.
After-loss, drop in for an, 162.
Afternoon, custom of the, 132.
multitude call the, 56.
of her best days, 97.
sunshine, time asleep in, 776.
After-times every poet hopes that, 653.
Afton, flow gently sweet, 449.
Again, come never back, 596.
cut and come, 444.
not look upon his like, 128.
oh to be home, 724.
the shadow moveth o’er, 649.
Against me, not with me is, 1034.
sleep, who can wrestle, 696.
Agamemnon, brave men before, 555, 892.
Agape, cried one, 798.
Agate-stone, no bigger than an, 104.
Age ache penury, 49.
actions of the last, 258.
against time and, 24.
and body of the time, 137.
and clime, in every, 349.
and dust, pays us with, 26.
and hunger, 69.
be comfort to my, 67.
beautiful and free is their old, 471.
begins anew, the world’s great, 566.
best in four things, 171.
best vaticum of old, 948.
cannot wither her, 157.
come to thy grave in full, 1008.
comes on apace, 428.
companions for middle, 165.
crabbed, and youth, 163.
cradle of reposing, 328.
dallies like the old, 75.
disgrace of wickedness added to old, 921.
each, is a dream that is dying, 820.
every, has its pleasures, 986.
father of all in every, 334.
frigid theories of a generalizing, 628.
golden, which exists only in, 603.
grow dim with, 299.
he that dies in old, 942.
he was not of an, 179.
heritage of old, 626.
in a full, come to thy grave, 1008.
in a good old, 1004.
in a green old, 341.
 

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