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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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Counsel, who cannot give good, 190.
Counsels, dash maturest, 226.
monie, sweet, 451.
wayside ambushings, poisonous, 678.
Counsellors, multitude of, 1017.
Count a man’s years when he has nothing else to, 620.
as naught in world or church, 738.
our spoons, let us, 370.
that day lost, 874.
their chickens, 214.
them all my friends, I, 682.
time by heart-throbs, 721.
who makes a, 282.
Counts his sure gains, 496.
Counted ere I see thy face, must be, 686.
Countenance and profit, 164.
brightened with joy, 480.
damned disinheriting, 442.
light of thy, 1010, 1043.
man sharpeneth the, of his friend, 1021.
merry heart maketh a cheerful, 1018.
more in sorrow than in anger, 128.
never fading serenity of, 299.
of truth, bright, 253.
Counteraction, action and, 409.
Countercheck quarrelsome, 72.
Counterfeit a gloom, 250.
presentment, 140.
Counterfeited glee, with, 397.
Counterpane, the pleasant land of, 829.
Counters, such rascal, 114.
words are wise men’s, 200.
Counteth the cost, 1034.
Countless thousands mourn, 446.
Countries, physicians of all the, 693.
Country, best, who loves his native, 682.
bliss to die for our, 340.
churchyard, corner of a, 412.
dared to love their, 336.
die nobly for their, 102.
die to save our, 298.
down, pride that puts the, 406.
essential service to his, 290.
for the good of my, 305.
God made the, 417.
good news from a far, 1020.
he sighed for his, 515.
hated him and loved my, 555.
his first best, is at home, 394.
I love thee still my, 418.
I tremble for my, 436.
in another, 245.
left for country’s good, 445.
man dear to all the, 396.
messes, herbs and other, 248.
my bleeding, save, 513.
my, is the world, 633.
my, ’t is of thee, 654.
nothing but our, 530.
one constitution, one, 531.
one day in the, 777.
our, however bounded, 687.
our, is the world, 605, 946.
Country, our, right or wrong, 863.
our whole country, our, 530.
save in his own, 1031.
the undiscovered, 136.
this is not my true, 742.
to be cherished and defended, 687.
undone his, 298.
wakes, sung ballads at, 274.
who serves his, best, 339.
with all her faults she is my, 413.
Country’s cause, his, 336.
earth, that pleasant, 82.
ends thou aim’st at be thy, 100.
good, no glory but his, 571.
pride, peasantry their, 396.
wishes blessed, 389.
Countryman who looked for his ass, 978.
Countrymen, applauses of his, 537.
friends Romans, 113.
hearts of his, 445.
masses of our, 698.
Romans, and lovers, 113.
what a fall was there my, 114.
County Guy the hour is nigh, 494.
Couple or must die, it must, 750.
Courage and compassion, 299.
brother do not stumble, 702.
concentration, 994.
gods look with favour on, 747.
in our own, 783.
mounteth with occasion, 78.
never to submit, 223.
of conscience, the, 599.
of New England, the, 599.
screw your, to the sticking-place, 118.
stout will be put out, 26.
to forget, 777.
whistling to bear his, up, 354.
Courageous captain of complements, 106.
Couriers of the air, 118.
Course aright, keep thy, 835.
happy homeward, 802.
her silent, advance, 237.
I have finished my, 1040.
I must stand the, 148.
impediments in fancy’s, 74.
icy current and compulsive, 155.
is run, yon happier one its, 751.
is steadied, my preudent, 735.
nature’s second, 120.
of empire, westward the, 312.
of human events, in the, 434.
of justice, in the, 65.
of love, my whole, 150.
of nature is the art of God, 310.
of one revolving moon, 268.
of true love, 57.
of untold millions of years, 774.
planets in their, 456.
time rolls his ceaseless, 491.
westward the, of empire, 312.
whose, is run, 387.
world’s, will not fail, 757.
Courses even with the sun, 178.
like ships that steer their, 211.
 

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