|John Bartlett, comp. (18201905). Familiar Quotations, 10th ed. 1919.|
|Cold marble leapt to life, 564.
marble, sleep in dull, 99.
monument slab of marble, 660.
neutrality of a judge, 411.
night-wind blew, on my desolate, 613.
obstruction, to lie in, 48.
on Canadian hills, 427.
peaks of two eternities, 784.
performs the effect of fire, 228.
that moderates heat, 978.
the changed perchance the dead, 545.
the great white, walks abroad, 846.
t is bitter, 126.
waters to a thirsty soul, 1020.
where love is never, 718.
why you look so, 815.
words congealed by, 924.|
|Colder, the heart of friendship, 608.
those wild words of doom, 613.|
|Coldest that ever turned up ace, 159.|
|Coldly furnish forth, 128.
heard, so, 631.
sweet so deadly fair, so, 548.
thinkst I speak too, 523.|
|Coldness dwells within thine heart, 653.
still returning, 466.|
|Cold-pausing caution, 447.|
|Coleridge, mortal power of, 486.|
|Coliseum, when falls the, 546.
while stands the, 546.|
|Collar, braw brass, 447.|
|Collection of books a university, 585.|
|College joke to cure the dumps, 290.
or a cat, endow a, 322.|
|Collied night, lightning in the, 57.|
|Collier and a barber fight, 363.|
|Collop of thy own flesh, 14.|
|Cologne, wash your city of, 503.|
|Colonnades, through the green, 817.|
|Coloquintida, bitter as, 151.|
|Colossal, on a more, scale than ever before, 826.|
|Colossus bestride the world, 110.|
|Colour comes and goes, 815.
horse of that, 75.
imbues with a new, 545.
of virtue, blushing is the, 283.|
|Colours a suffusion, 502.
blent, enough that Raphaels, 763.
coat of many, 1007.
have faded, 853.
idly spread, mocking the air, 80.
of the rainbow, 244.
seen by candle-light, 658.
that are but skin-deep, 282.
under whose, he had fought so long, 82.|
|Coloured like dawn, dewy as morning, 751.|
|Colouring, take a sober, 478.|
|Colourless photography of a printed record, 827.|
|Columbia happy land, 465.
sons of, 863.
to glory arise, 862.|
|Columbus sails it, wisdom, 620.|
|Column pointing at the skies, 322.
rising towards heaven, 529.
thou nameless, 546.
throws up a steamy, 420.
where Londons, 322.|
|Combat deepens, the, 515.
whose wit in the, 519.|
|Combed their beautiful hair, 781.|
|Combination and a form, 140.
of circumstances, 494.|
|Combine, when bad men, 408.|
|Combustion and confused events, 120.|
|Come after you with equal grace, 743.
again, cut and, 444.
and fled, seven long years, 868.
and men may go, 670.
and trip it as you go, 248.
as the waves come, 493.
as the winds come, 493.
avoid what is to, 141.
blessed darkness bring thy balm, 764.
bring thy balm for eyes grown, 764.
by their deserts, and they, 698.
forth into the light, 466.
gentle spring, 355.
hitherto shalt thou, 1009.
home to mens bosoms, 164.
if it be now t is not to, 145.
immense pleasure to, 380.
in our time to, 108.
in the evening or morning, 714.
into the garden Maud, 677.
jump the life to, 118.
leave to those to, the house itself, 745.
like shadows so depart, 123.
live with me and be my love, 40.
lovely and soothing death, 744.
men may, 670.
never back again, 596.
oer the moonlit sea, 636.
of things to, 102.
of waiting for some one to, 648.
oh! wherefore, ye forth, 604.
one come all, 491.
out my lord it is a, 684.
past and to, seems best, 89.
peace and rest at length have, 594.
perfect days, if ever, 734.
rest in this bosom, 522.
then expressive silence, 357.
they from cottage or come, 660.
thou monarch of the vine, 158.
time, when darkies have to part, 764.
to forty year, wait till you, 697.
to good, it cannot, 128.
to me come to me, crying, 636.
to the bridal chamber, 562.
to the sunset tree, 570.
to this, that it should, 128.
unto these yellow sands, 42.
wander with me, 637.
what come may, 116.
what may I have been blessed, 549.
what will and must, 783.
when it will come, 112.|