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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
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Crown, nearer gaining the, 758.
not the king’s, 47.
of gold, sunflower with gaudy, 691.
of glory, hoary head is a, 1018.
of his head, from the, 51, 198.
of life, receive the, 1040.
of snow, singer with the, 738.
of sorrow, a sorrow’s, 669.
of thorn, 844.
ourselves with rosebuds, 1028.
shall go forth and conquer, 820.
sweet to wear a, 94.
the people snatched my, 793.
the work, another rock would, 704.
will forever be a, of thorns, 583.
with flowers that hardly have, 762.
Crowns a youth of labour, 396.
all, the end, 102.
and pounds and guineas, 843.
to kicks, from, 559.
twenty mortal murders on their, 122.
Crown’s disguise, through a, 391.
Crowned, saw treason crushed freedom, 788.
with consolation, 157.
with thorn, 771.
Crowner’s quest law, 143.
Crowning good, 438.
of all good, 833.
Crow-toe, tufted, 247.
Crucifixes beads pictures, 215.
Crucify mankind upon a cross of gold, 844.
the soul of man, diseases, 188.
Crude surfeit reigns, where no, 245.
Cruel, aristocracy is always, 699.
as death, 356.
as the grave, jealousy is, 1024.
bee, a, 809.
crawling foam, the, 727.
death is always near, 873.
mercies of the wicked are, 1017.
only to be kind, 141.
winter, oh the cold and, 646.
Cruelest lies are told in silence, 830.
Cruell’st she alive, you are the, 74.
Cruelly sweet, 724.
treated, no slaves so, 634.
Crueltie and ambition of man, 27.
Cruelty to load a falling man, 101.
Cruise, depart upon thy endless, 745.
we are all on our last, 830.
Crumbling, old fetish raiments, 788.
Crumbs from the table, 1032.
picked up his, 393.
Crusaders, think they are, 688.
Cruse, little oil in a, 1007.
Crush of worlds, 299.
the infamous thing, 987.
Crushed egg for ever, be same, 636.
odours, 455.
saw treason, freedom crowned, 788.
to earth, truth, 573.
Crusoe, poor Robinson, 391.
Crust of bread and liberty, 328.
of earth in earth and rust, 762.
share her wretched, 733.
Crust, water and a, 574.
Crutch, shouldered his, 396.
Cry and no wool, all, 211.
bubbling, the, 557.
for being born, 170.
for gold, whose crying is a, 672.
have a good, 592.
havoc and let slip the dogs, 113.
in bed we, 980.
is still they come, 125.
my eyes out, I shall, 973.
no language but a, 675.
not when his father dies, 375.
to him, I may not, 821.
to Lockow, far, 1049.
war is still the, 541.
Crying, come to me come to me, 636.
first voice I uttered was, 1029.
give give, 1021.
solitary in lonely places, 837.
Crystal bounds, dances in his, 246.
flood, wash me in thy, 821.
light, on a river of, 831.
of his brow, 31.
river, fair and, 180.
sea, nearer the, 758.
Crystalline revelator of the achromatic, 636.
Cubic inch of space a miracle, every, 744.
Cuckoo buds of yellow hue, 56.
mocks married men, 56.
shall I call thee bird, 474.
Cucumbers, as cold as, 197.
lodge in a garden of, 1024.
sunbeams out of, 291.
Cucumber-tree, wild emerald, 635.
Cud, chew the, and are silent, 410.
of bitter fancy, 71.
Cudgel know by the blow, 213.
thy brains no more about it, 143.
Cuisses to his thighs, 86.
Cultivate literature on oatmeal, we, 460.
Cultivation, gratitude the fruit of, 376.
Culture true apostles, men of, 755.
Cummin, mint and anise and, 1032.
Cumnor Hall, the walls of, 426.
Cunning as fast and loose, 55.
hand, nature’s sweet and, 74.
in fence, 76.
livery of hell, 48.
point of, 166.
right hand forget her, 1016.
sin cover itself, 52.
stagers, old, 213.
unfold what plaited, hides, 146.
Cunningest pattern, 156.
Cup afloat of the lake-lily, 704.
and the lip, 190.
dregs of fortune’s, 341.
I fill this, to one, 608.
inordinate, is unblessed, 152.
leave a kiss but in the, 179.
life’s enchanted, 542.
my, runneth over, 1011.
of hot wine, 103.
of still and serious thought, 471.
 

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