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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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Aim, our being’s end and, 318.
Aiming at what’s far, 884.
Air a chartered libertine, 91.
ampler ether, diviner, 482.
and harmony of shape, 287.
around with beauty, 545.
as heavenly, is blent with blue, 729.
babbling gossip of the, 75.
be shook to, 102.
bird of the, 1023.
birds of the, have nests, 1031.
bites shrewdly, 130.
breasts the keen, 394.
breath of flowers sweeter in the, 167.
burns frore, the parching, 228.
castles in the, 187, 791, 1046.
charm ache with, 53.
couriers of the, 118.
desert rocks and fleeting, 181.
dewy freshness fills the, 507.
do not saw the, 137.
eating the, 88.
every flower enjoys the, 466.
fairer than the evening, 41.
fanes quiver in the, 610.
field of, through the, 424.
freshness fills the silent, 507.
heaven’s sweetest, 162.
her keel plows, 37.
her manners and her, 444.
his love was like the liberal, 803.
hurtles in the darkened, 384.
I drew in the common, 1029.
I’ll charm the, 123.
in heaven’s sweetest, 162.
into the murky, 239.
is also man’s dominion, 767.
is calm and pleasant, when the, 254.
is delicate, the, 117.
is full of farewells, 642.
listen to voices in the upper, 647.
love free as, 333.
man’s life is but, 768.
melted into thin, 43.
meteor to the troubled, 383.
might wash me, 805.
mocking the, with colors, 80.
most excellent canopy, 134.
motionless fields of upper, 580.
my highway is unfeatured, 725.
nipping and an eager, 130.
of delightful studies, 253.
of glory, walking in an, 263.
of night, through the balmy, 655.
recommends itself, 117.
russet year inhaled the dreamy, 751.
saddening the, 790.
scent the morning, 132.
sewers annoy the, 239.
shut up for want of, 307.
so fair that like the, 608.
so soft, so hushed an, 725.
so soft the, 790.
spread his sweet leaves to the, 104.
strike our tune, let the, 173.
summer’s noontide, 227.
sweetness in the desert, 385.
sweetness on the desert, 385.
Air, their lungs receive our, 418.
thoughts shut up want, 307.
through azure fields of, 751.
through the field of, 424.
throw a straw into the, 195.
to rain in the, 30.
trifles light as, 154.
was warm, the, 792.
with barbarous dissonance, 245.
with beauty, fills the, 545.
with idle state, mock the, 383.
Airs and madrigals, 254.
fresh gales and gentle, 238.
from heaven, bring with thee, 130.
lap me in soft Lydian, 249.
melting, or martial, 422.
of England, martial, 533.
who shall silence all the, 254.
Air-drawn dagger, 122.
Airly, to take in God, gut to git up, 734.
Airy hopes my children, 480.
nothing, a local habitation, 59.
purposes, execute their, 224.
reveries so, 419.
servitors, nimble and, 253.
tongues that syllable, 243.
Aisle, long drawn, 384.
Aisles of Christian Rome, 614.
on my heart monastic, 614.
speed down dark, 821.
Ajax asks no more, 340.
prayer of, was for light, 640.
strives some rock to throw, 324.
the great himself a host, 337.
Akin to love, pity’s, 282.
Alabaster arms of death, 813.
as monumental, 156.
grandsire cut in, 60.
Alacrity in sinking, a kind of, 46.
Alarms of struggle, confused, 753.
serene amidst, 428.
used to war’s, 594.
Alarums changed to merry meetings, 95.
Alcibiades and his dog, 919.
Alcides’ equal, 900.
Alcoran, the Talmud and the, 166.
Aldeborontiphoscophornio, 285.
Alderman’s forefinger, 104.
Aldivalloch, Roy’s wife of, 862.
Ale and safety, a pot of, 91.
drink of Adam’s, 289.
God send thee good, 23.
no more cakes and, 75.
older than their, 397.
quart of mighty, 3.
size of pots of, 210.
spicy nut-brown, 249.
we drank, 792.
Alexander and Darius, 918.
and Diogenes, 913.
and Parmenio, 918.
I would be Diogenes if I were not, 925.
in the Olympic race, 918.
noble dust of, 144.
wept that he had not conquered a world, 916.
 

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