|John Bartlett, comp. (18201905). Familiar Quotations, 10th ed. 1919.|
|Alexandrine, needless, 324.|
|Algebra, tell what hour by, 210.|
|Algiers, soldier lay dying in, 653.|
|Alice, dont you remember sweet, 747.|
|Alien corn, amid the, 575.
firelight died away, the, 725.|
|Alike all ages, 395.
are sent, joys and tears, 630.
theyre needful to the flower, 630.
were they free from fear, 642.|
|Alive and so bold O earth, 566.
at this day, the bricks are, 94.
bliss to be, 476.|
|All above is grace, 270.
all for immortality, 742.
along the pleasant way, 795.
are needed by each one, 614.
at once and nothing first, 691.
but their faith overthrown, 746.
cared not to be at, 226.
creeds and opinions, 791.
cry and no wool, 211.
doubt beyond all fear above, 691.
fear none aid you, 319.
flesh is grass, 1026.
for love, he was, 436.
good to me is lost, 231.
grief and misery, 783.
happy families resemble one another, 996.
having nothing yet hath, 174.
hearts confess the saints, 651.
heaviest words, 790.
highest virtue mother of them, 680.
I ask the heaven above, 829.
I better know than, 651.
I fail of win, and, 651.
I see is mine, but, 765.
in all, manner is, 414.
in all, take him for, 128.
in the morning betime, 142.
is done that men can do, 453.
is lost save honour, 999.
is not gold that glisteneth, 173.
is not lost, 223.
is ordered well, that, 715.
is vanity, 1021, 1022.
is well, God is and, 651.
is well, God reigneth, 691.
is well, if the end be well, 988.
is well that ends well, 13.
life will sleep at last, 685.
lost things, 779.
loved art in a seemly way, 827.
loves and honors lost, 794.
men are liars, 1015.
men desire to be immortal, 694.
men have their price, 304.
my days are trances, and, 655.
my nightly dreams, and, 655.
my pretty chickens, 124.
my ways are dewy wet, 766.
of one mind, be ye, 1041.
of us live too much in a circle, 627.
one and, 792.
our calm is in that balm, 654.
pangs of fair hopes crost, 794.
quiet along the Potomac, 766.|
|All rosy red, 998.
sad sounds are natures funeral, 729.
shall die, 89.
that a man hath will he give, 1008.
that is base shall die, 817.
that is beautiful shall abide, 817.
that lives must die, 127.
that makes a man, and, 681.
that may become a man, 118.
that men held wise, 217.
that we believe of heaven, 280.
that we see or seem, 654.
the brothers valiant, 1044.
the charm of all the muses, 682.
the fields are lying brown and bare, 751.
the flowers sprang up to see, 795.
the gifts, take, 790.
the heavens opened and blazed, 680.
the sisters virtuous, 1044.
the trees are brown, and, 728.
the tumult stopped, 792.
the world and his wife, 293.
the world, for, 90.
the world is old lad, when, 728.
the world must see the world, 759.
the years, hopes of, 792.
things all day long, on, 679.
things are made new, 846.
things can be borne, 783.
things change, 832.
things fair, 835.
things, he who seeks, 780.
things produced by fate, 951.
things that are, 62, 183.
things to all men, 1037.
things work and move, 717.
things work together, 1036.
this and heaven too, 282.
to, always open always true, 754.
was young, you loved when, 729.
we have built do we discern, 753.
your danger is in discord, 645.
your strength is in your union, 645.
your wish is woman to win, 697.|
|Alla, fire from, 549.|
|Allaying Thames, with no, 259.
Tiber, not a drop of, 103.|
|Alle night with open eye, 1.|
|Allegory, headstrong as an, 440.|
|All-enclosing freehold of content, 768.|
|Alley titanic of cypress, through an, 656.|
|Alliances, entangling, 435.
|Allies, thou hast great, 471.|
|Alliterations artful aid, 413.|
|Allowed indulgence in such foolishness, 730.|
|Allure thee, if parts, 319.
to the whisper of vows, 817.|
|Allured to brighter worlds, 396.|
|Ally, womans natural, 884.|
|Almanacs of the last year, 258.|
|Almighty difference of purpose between, 662.
dollar, the, 536.
eye, could not scape the, 314.|