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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
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Conditions, life’s, 815.
under appropriate, 774.
Conduct, advice cannot inspire, 982.
and equipage, 285.
genteel in, 285.
of a clouded cane, 326.
still right, his, 399.
Conductor when you receive a fare, 796.
Confabulate or no, if birds, 417.
Confer, minds nothing to, 487.
Conference maketh a ready man, 168.
Confess, the saints elect, all hearts, 651.
yourself to heaven, 141.
Confession, suicide is, 533.
Confidence, filial, inspired, 421.
however gradual the growth of, 625.
in ultimate justice, patient, 661.
of reason give, 475.
of twenty-one, towering in the, 376.
plant of slow growth, 364.
Confident to-morrows, man of, 481.
Confine, on the very verge of her, 146.
spirit hies to his, 126.
Confines of daylight and truth, 255.
of earth, on the, 862.
of space, whose circle grazes, 756.
on the, of two everlasting, 583.
Confirm the tidings as they roll, 300.
Confirmations strong, 154.
Conflict, dire was the noise of, 236.
heat of, through the, 476.
irrepressible, 607.
the rueful, 473.
Conflicting vague probabilities, between, 663.
Conformity is the virtue in most request, 618.
Confounded, faith is half, 861.
Confused alarms of struggle and flight, 753.
Confusion made his masterpiece, 120.
on thy banners wait, 383.
so quick bright things come to, 57.
worse confounded, 230.
Congenial page of tenth-rate poeticule, 808.
to my heart, 398.
Conger, Antagoras boiling a, 132.
Congratulatory regrets, a series of, 626.
Congregate, merchants most do, 61.
Congregation, devil has the largest, 286.
of vapours, 134.
Congress of Vienna dances, 989.
Conjectures, I am weary of, 299.
Conjure him, in vain did she, 407.
Conjuror—he knew everything, 907.
Conned by rote, 115.
Connubiality, the wictim of, 701.
Conquer a crown, 820.
at the last, love will, 683.
like Douglas, 392.
love, they that run away, 200.
our fate, to bear is to, 515.
she is hard to catch and, 772.
Conquer twenty worlds, 181.
us, pain no evil unless it, 728.
we must, then, 517.
Conquered fate, await no gifts have, 754.
I sing the hymn of the, 745.
Conquering hero comes, see the, 281.
so sharpe the, 6.
Conqueror, came in with the, 72.
every, creates a muse, 220.
great Emathian, 252.
lie at the proud foot of a, 80.
Conquerors, beats all, 181.
crier that proclaims the, 919.
Conquest, ever since the, 279.
of our sovereign might, 29.
of the mind, 345.
Conquests, tramplings of three, 219.
Conquest’s crimson wing, 383.
Conscience avaunt, 296.
bend to our dealings, 739.
coward, 97.
does make cowards of us all, 136.
fierce thing they call a, 595.
guilty, never feels secure, 898.
hath a thousand tongues, 97.
have vacation, 213.
is a sure card, a clere, 33.
is corrupted with injustice, 94.
laws of, 960.
of her worth, 237.
of the king, catch the, 135.
still and quiet, 99.
that spark of celestial fire, 425.
the chancellor’s, 195.
the courage of, 599.
the disease of an evil, 693.
trust no man without a, 379.
wakes despair, 231.
we may live without, 779.
with gallantry, 442.
Consciences, cheveril, 193.
guilty, make cowards, 877.
Conscious stone to beauty grew, 614.
that you are ignorant, to be, 627.
water blushed, 258.
Consciousness remained, a, 481.
Consecrated hour, 862.
Consecration and the poet’s dream, 475.
Consent, silence gives, 401.
whispering I will ne’er, 556.
Consents, my poverty not my will, 108.
Consequence, deepest, 116.
life is not a theory of, 939.
scorn of, 666.
trammel up the, 117.
Consequences are scarecrows, logical, 762.
think of the, 988.
Conservative government, 624.
Consider the end, 983.
the lilies of the field, 1030.
the reason of the case, 278.
too curiously, 144.
Consideration like an angel, 90.
one, with another, 801.
Considereth the poor, 1012.
 

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