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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
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Distant views of happiness, 181.
voice in the darkness, and a, 644.
Distemper, died of no, 276.
Distil goodness out of evil, 92.
Distilled damnation, 457.
Distinct as the billows, 496.
persons, two, 186.
Distinction between virtue, 370 without a difference, 364.
Distinctions of race, morality knowsnothing of, 773.
Distinctly I remember it was in ah, 655.
Distinguish and divide a hair, 210.
Distinguishable, shape had none, 228.
Distinguished for igorance, 627.
Distraction uglification and derision,782.
waft me from, 543.
Distress, brothers in, 447.
called everyone that was in, 700.
consolations in, 479.
Distressed by poverty, 367.
in mind body or estate, 1042.
Distressful bread, crammed with, 92.
stroke of my youth, 150.
Distrest, griefs that harss the, 366.
Distrusting asks if this be joy, 398.
Distrub it it stings, 780.
Distrubs the Sabbath of that deepersea, 700.
Distrubed its solitude, 828.
Ditch, both fall into the, 1032.
die in the last, 1046.
Ditties of no tone, pipe to, 576.
Ditto to Mr. Burke, 412.
Diurnal, there swift return, 237.
Diver, adventure of the, 704.
did hang a salt-fish, 158.
Divers paces with diverse persons, 70.
Diverse things they see, 772.
Diverter of sadness, 207.
Divide a hair, distinguish and, 210.
lives that part are as ships that, 631.
Sunday from the week, 126.
Divided against itself house, 1033.
duty, perceive a, 151.
excellence, fair, 78.
in death, they were not, 1007.
them, bloody chasm so long, 698.
united yet, 417.
we fall, united we stand, 609.
Dividends, incarnation of fat, 564.
Dividing, his cares, 455 we fall, by, 426.
Divina natura dedit agros, 167.
Divine, all save the spirit of man is, 549.
and cpmfortable words large, 677.
Apollo can no more, 251.
discontent, discountented with, 729.
enchanting ravishment us is, 300.
highest human nature is, 683.
how, a thing, 457.
how, woman may be made, 475.
human face, 230.
Divine idea, crystalline revelation of the, 636.
in hooks, tobacco, 555.
insanity of noble minds, the, 647.
kill a sound, 416.
makes drudgery, 204.
Milton, the, 479.
no repose except in the, 994.
O light, we need no fuller, 715.
of kings, the right, 332.
or holy, aught, 225.
peace, like quiet night, 761.
philisophy, 245.
675.
radiant with ardour, 754.
she’s lovely she’s, 868.
she sang the service, 1 sweet apples anthosmial, 635.
think how, he himself is, 742.
to forgive, 325.
to love, too, 564.
vision and faculty, 479.
Divinely fair, 340, 667.
tall, daughter of the gods, 667.
Divineness, participation of, 169.
Diviner air, ampler ether, a 482.
feelings in the soul arise, 607.
things, by contemplation of, 754.
Diviner’s theme, the glad, 268.
Divinest harmonies, 786.
Divinity doth hedge a king, 142.
in odd numbers, there is. 46.
manifestation of the, 996.
open outlets to the, 994.
sacred and inspired, 170.
that shapes our ends, 145.
that stirs within us, 298.
Division of a battle, 149.
Do, a very plain brownstone will, 689.
always, what is right, 762.
good by stealth, 329.
good, it is not enough to, 812 him any wrong, to, 684.
I, not own an inch of land, 765.
if to, were as easy as to know, 60.
it with thy might, 1023.
noble things not dream them, 727.
not weep for me, 742.
not what we ought, we, 754.
nothing left to, 913.
or can the best of us, little, 714.
or die, let us, 183.
450.
so many worlds so much to, 675.
some noble work of love to, 696.
strange what a man may, 698.
the great business of life is to, 812.
the right, trust in God and, 702.
the thing we must, we must, 760.
we should, when we would, 142.
well and right, 205.
what has by man been done, 309.
what I pleased I would, 980.
what I will with mine own, 1032.
what men dare, 52.
what will by what will not do, 721.
with all the days, what shall I, 686.
with nothing in the world to, 611.
ye even so to them, 1031.
Distant views of happiness, 181.
voice in the darkness, and a, 644.
Distemper, died of no, 276.
Distil goodness out of evil, 92.
Distilled damnation, 457.
Distinct as the billows, 496.
persons, two, 186.
Distinctions of race, morality knows nothing of, 773.
Distinctly I remember it was in, ah, 655.
Distinguish and divide a hair, 210.
Distinguishable, shape had none, 228.
Distinguished for ignorance, 627.
Distraction uglification and derision, 782.
waft me from, 543.
Distress, brothers in, 447.
called everyone that was in, 700.
consolations in, 479.
Distressed by poverty, 367.
in mind body or estate, 1042.
Distressful bread, crammed with, 92.
stroke of my youth, 150.
Distrest, griefs that harass the, 366.
Distrusting asks if this be joy, 398.
Disturb it it stings, 780.
Disturbs the Sabbath of that deeper sea, 700.
Disturbed its solitude, 828.
Ditch, both fall into the, 1032.
die in the last, 1046.
Ditties of no tone, pipe to, 576.
Ditto to Mr. Burke, 412.
Diurnal, there swift return, 237.
Diver, adventure of the, 704.
did hang a salt-fish, 158.
Divers paces with divers persons, 70.
Diverse things they see, 772.
Diverter of sadness, 207.
Divide a hair, distinguish and, 210.
lives that part are as ships that, 631.
Sunday from the week, 126.
Divided against itself, house, 1033.
duty, perceive a, 151.
excellence, fair, 78.
in death, they were not, 1007.
them, bloody chasm so long, 698.
united yet, 417.
we fall, united we stand, 609.
Dividends, incarnation of fat, 564.
Dividing, his cares, 455.
we fall by, 426.
Divina natura dedit agros, 167.
Divine, all save the spirit of man is, 549.
and comfortable words, large, 677.
Apollo can no more, 251.
discontent, discontented with, 729.
enchanting ravishment, 243.
hand that made us is, 300.
highest human nature is, 683.
how, a thing, 475.
how, woman may be made, 475.
human face, 230.
Divine idea, crystalline revelation of the, 636.
in hookas, tobacco, 555.
insanity of noble minds, the, 647.
kill a sound, 416.
makes drudgery, 204.
Milton, the, 479.
no repose except in the, 994.
O light, we need no fuller, 715.
of kings, the right, 332.
or holy, aught, 225.
peace, like quiet night, 761.
philosophy, 245, 675.
radiant with ardour, 754.
she’s lovely she’s, 868.
she sang the service, 1.
sweet apples anthosmial, 635.
think how, he himself is, 742.
to forgive, 325.
to love, too, 564.
vision and faculty, 479.
Divinely fair, 340, 667.
tall, daughter of the gods, 667.
Divineness, participation of, 169.
Diviner air, ampler ether, a, 482.
feelings, in the soul arise, 607.
things, by contemplation of, 754.
Diviner’s theme, the glad, 268.
Divinest harmonies, 786.
Divinity doth hedge a king, 142.
in odd numbers, there is, 46.
manifestation of the, 996.
open outlets to the, 994.
sacred and inspired, 170.
that shapes our ends, 145.
that stirs within us, 298.
Division of a battle, 149.
Do, a very plain brownstone will, 689.
always, what is right, 762.
good by stealth, 329.
good, it is not enough to, 812.
him any wrong, to, 684.
I, not own an inch of land, 765.
if to, were as easy as to know, 60.
it with thy might, 1023.
noble things not dream them, 727.
nobly to die, nobly to, 682.
not weep for me, 742.
not what we ought, we, 754.
nothing left to, 913.
or can the best of us, little, 714.
or die, let us, 183, 450.
so many worlds so much to, 675.
some noble work of love to, 696.
strange what a man may, 698.
the great business of life is to, 812.
the right, trust in God and, 702.
the thing we must, we must, 760.
we should, when we would, 142.
well and right, 205.
what has by man been done, 309.
what I pleased I would, 980.
what I will with mine own, 1032.
what men dare, 52.
what will, by what will not do, 721.
with all the days, what shall I, 686.
with nothing in the world to, 611.
ye even so to them, 1031.
 

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