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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
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Error welds men together, 996.
wounded, writhes with pain, 573.
Errors, I shall try to correct, 661.
like straws, 275.
seem, stratagems which, 323.
some female, 325.
some truths more harmful than, 762.
when shown to be errors, 661.
yesterday’s, 824.
Eruption, bodes some strange, 126.
Eruptions, breaks forth in strange, 85.
Esau, the hands of, 1005.
Escape calumny, shalt not, 136.
Eschewed evil, 1008.
Espy, yet mine host can ne’er, 841.
Essay, to make a short, 273.
Essayist, atheist novelist play your, 683.
Essence, glassy, 48.
history is the, of innumerable, 583.
love is God’s, 793.
of a thing, look to the, 941.
of good and evil, 930.
of worship, 995.
Essential liberty, 359.
Establish the kingdom of God, 996.
Estate, fallen from his high, 271.
flies of, and sunneshine, 204.
fourth, of the realm, 603.
greatest, gained easy, 927.
of man, fleeting is the, 939.
relief of man’s, 169.
that man’s, owns him, 947.
the press is the fourth, 585.
Esteem, they give to get, 395.
to love, to know to, 502.
Estranged, providence seeming, 595.
Estridges, all plumed like, 86.
Et spes inanes, 288.
Et tu, Brute! 112.
Eternal anarchy, 229.
bass, of the sea, 788.
beadroll, fame’s, 28.
blazon must not be, 131.
cling to the, 994.
devil, brooked the, 110.
doom of fate, 29.
fitness of things, 364.
friendship, swear an, 462, 984.
frost, that skirts the, 501.
harmony, march of that, 685.
home, near to their, 221.
hope springs, 315.
joy and everlasting love, 280.
keeps, whisperings around, 577.
moan, on its desolate sands, 717.
new romances, 387.
now does always last, 261.
Providence I may assert, 223.
punishment, idea of, 812.
right, through present wrong the, 649.
sabbath of his rest, 277.
smiles emptiness betray, 328.
stars, sky studded with, 743.
streams, by what, 655.
summer gilds them yet, 557.
summer shall not fade, 161.
Eternal sunshine settles on its head, 397.
things, proud possession of, 855.
thought alone is, 780.
vigilance, price of liberty, 1047.
with, lids apart, 578.
year, heaven’s, 270.
years of God are hers, 573.
Eternally new, there’s a pleasure, 822.
Eterne, nature’s copy is not, 121.
Eternities, past and future, two, 525.
peaks of two, 784.
time between two, 585.
Eternity, dusk of, 766.
flattering dust with, 554.
hath triumphed over time, 26.
in bondage, worth a whole, 298.
intimates, to man, 299.
mighty ages of, 760.
mourns that, 606.
opes the palace of, 243.
passing through nature to, 127.
pilgrim of, 565.
portions of, great souls are, 731.
put forth the blossom time, 816.
shall tell, 869.
silence is deep as, 582.
star of, the only star, 597.
thou pleasing dreadful thought, 299.
time is the image of, 946.
to the genius of, 636.
wander through, 227.
wanderers o’er, 543.
white radiance of, 565.
Eternity’s river, flow in one down, 714.
Ether, ampler, 482.
slight toss over ambient, 765.
the holy, knows what love is, 942.
through the clear, silently, 576.
Ethereal dances, in what, 655.
eyes, she looked with grave, 855.
mildness, come, 355.
mould incapable of stain, 226.
sky, the blue, 300.
warmth, soft, 228.
Ethics from Byron’s poetry, 601.
Ethiope’s ear, jewel in an, 105.
Ethiopian change his skin, 1027.
Etrurian shades, 224.
Eunuchs guardians of the fair, 310.
Euphrasy and rue, 240.
Eureka, the cry of Archimedes, 924.
Europe, better fifty years of, 670.
he sauntered, round, 332.
rings, of which all, 252.
Europe’s violets, 570.
Euxine, dangerous breakers of the, 559.
Evangel-poem of comrades and love 741.
Eve, as ships becalmed at, 727.
ate apples, since, 560.
close at the ear of, 234.
fairest of her daughters, 232.
from noon to dewy, 225.
grandmother, a female, 54.
one summer’s, 622.
son of Adam and, 288.
 

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