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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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Faith is like a lily, 776.
is lost when honor dies, when, 649.
is the substance of things hoped for, 1040.
man should render reason for his, 460.
mirror of constant, 342.
modes of, for, 318.
now abideth, 1037.
of many made for one, 318.
of reason, no longer, in the, 504.
perfect, in him who persecutes, 684.
perhaps wrong, 260.
plain and simple, 114.
pure-eyed, 243.
simple, more than Norman blood, 667.
that right makes might, 661.
that stands on authority, 621.
that warmed, the holy, 689.
that wears well, 740.
triumphant over fears, 641.
twain in, in love agree, 651.
unfaithful kept him, 680.
we walk by, not by sight, 1038.
weather weddings, 847.
what’s up is, 684.
which hath brought relief, 786.
who breaks his, 970.
with freedom reigns, 797.
yet not for all his, can see, 614.
Faith’s defender, the, 351.
pure shrine, 569.
Faithful below he did his duty, 436.
dog bear him company, 315.
fight, absolution of a, 757.
found among the faithless, 235.
friends, 782.
in action in honour clear, 323.
loves shall moralize my song, 27.
old dog Tray’s ever, 764.
only he, 235.
the wounds of a friend, 1021.
unto death, be thou, 1041.
Faithfull frends, fallyng out of, 21.
Faithless, among the, faithful, 235.
Falchion gathering rust, thy red, 623.
Falcon towering in her pride, 120.
Falcons, hopes like towering, 287.
Fall and melt, 770.
away ere they have blossomed, 653.
brook with many a, 455.
by dividing we, 426.
caused man to, 165.
caused the angels to, 165.
divided we, 609.
fain would I climb yet fear to, 26.
from the days that have been, 631.
haughty spirit before a, 1018.
he that is down needs fear no, 266.
it had a dying, 74.
let the thick curtain, 651.
like sweet strains or pensive, 614.
never to fail or, 931.
no lower, he that’s down can, 212.
of a sparrow, 145.
of the year, bewaileth the, 715.
out and chide and fight, 302.
Fall, pride will have a, 13.
right down from heaven, 857.
some, some grow, 338.
take heed lest he, 1037.
they go astray and they, 698.
though free to, 230.
to us is adverse, descent and, 226.
upon the sea, 819.
what a, was there, 114.
Falls as I do, 99.
as the leaves do, 184.
early or too late, 183.
like Lucifer, 99.
shallow rivers to whose, 41.
so low, man never, 694.
the dew, 766.
upon the ground, leaf, 865.
who never climbs as rarely, 650.
with the leaf, 184.
Fallen, arise or be forever, 224.
Babylon is, 1025.
from grace, 1038.
from heaven, remembrance, 805.
from his high estate, 271.
how are the mighty, 1007.
into the sere the yellow leaf, 124.
Lucifer how art thou, 1025.
on evil days, though, 236.
pillars are, at thy feet, 610.
Fallest a blessed martyr, 100.
Falling at intervals upon the ear, 422.
fear’s as bad as, 160.
in melody back, 504.
man, cruelty to load a, 101.
man, press not a, 99.
of a tear, the, 497.
tears, I can see your, 782.
to the prompter’s bell, slow, 697.
with a falling state, 336.
world, secure amidst a, 300.
Fallings from us vanishings, 478.
Falling-off was there, what a, 132.
Fallow for a while, well to lie, 696.
Fallyng out of faithfull frends, 21.
False and fleeting as ’t is fair, 535.
and friendly be, she can both, 648.
and hollow, all was, 226.
as dicers’ oaths, 140.
fires, kindles on the coast, 484.
framed to make women, 151.
fugitive, 229.
history must be, 304.
philosophy, 228.
science, the glare of, 428.
things are brought low, 815.
thou wouldst not play, 117.
to any man, canst not be, 130.
what was new was, 374.
Falsehood and truth grapple, 255.
framed, heart for, 442.
froth of, 808.
hath a goodly outside, 61.
no, can endure, 234.
strife of truth with, 732.
to the heart, stabs, 731.
under saintly shew, 232.
vast Mississippi of, 755.
wedded to some dear, 525.
 

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