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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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Hathaway, angels must love Ann, 876.
Hating David, not only, 268.
no one love but her, 547.
Hatred, love turned to, 294.
of a minute, forgot in the, 654.
of scoundrels, a healthy, 583.
Haughtiness of soul, 298.
Haughty spirit before a fall, 1018.
valor, sweet mouth, 613.
yearning of the soul, 756.
Hauled on his boots and roared, 724.
Haunt, exempt from public, 67.
Haunts, for love hath lowly, 611.
in dale or mountain, 504.
of men, the busy, 570.
the guilty mind, suspicion, 95.
Haunted holy ground, 541.
me like a passion, 467.
spring and dale, from, 251.
Have a thing is nothing, to, 866.
a touch of earth, must, 679.
and to hold, 1042.
done on rafts of wreck, 685.
had my day and my, I, 680.
it so, you would, 984.
my own four walls, 585.
naught venture naught, 15.
no mockings or arguments, I, 742.
taste of fame is purgatory, 632.
they no mercy for youth, 728.
we prize not what we, 53.
we, two lives about us, 763.
you heard of the wonderful, 691.
Haven, down beyond the, 837.
Havens, ports and happy, 80.
Have-much and Have-little, 975.
Having nothing yet hath all, 174, 1038.
Havoc, cry, and let slip the dogs, 113.
Hawk from a hand-saw, 134.
is wheeling, where the, 846.
Hawks, between two, 93.
Hawk-eyes cheek of apple-blossom, 678.
Hawser’s tie no more returning, to, 745.
Hawthorn bush with seats, 395.
in the dale, under the, 248.
Hay, harvest of the new mown, 296.
make, while the sun shines, 973.
needle in a bottle of, 858.
reposing himself in the, 400.
when the sun shineth make, 10.
Hazard of concealing, 448.
of the die, I will stand the, 98.
He alone is blessed, 289.
as, died to make men holy, 748.
best can paint them, 333.
comes too near, 193, 350.
cometh unto you, 34.
could n’t ha’ told ye nuther, 736.
could see naught but vanity, 730.
first deceased, 175.
for God only, 232.
governs land and sea, 731.
hath loosed the fateful lightning, 747.
is gentle he is kind, 764.
is not, 805.
He is trampling out the vintage, 747.
knew what’s what, 8.
may run that readeth, 1028.
not, that merely says one, 583.
quickens into deeds, 650.
’s true to God who’s true to man, 733.
sendeth sun he sendeth shower, 630.
speaketh not and yet there, 647.
speeds, still the fitting word, 650.
stood a spell on one foot fust, 736.
take to following where, leads, 788.
that is down, 212, 266.
that is not with me, 1034.
that is robbed, 154.
that runs may read, 422.
that works and does, 583.
that wrestles with us, 411.
touched his harp and nations, 597.
walks among his peers unread, 749.
was fresh and full of faith, 628.
was gentle being great, thought, 679.
was like a cock who thought, 730.
was rich and she was poor, 720.
was the word that spake it, 177.
who can call to-day his own, 273.
who died at Azan, 782.
who has truth at his heart, 746.
who sees takes off his shoes, 659.
who would write heroic, 580.
wields a mighty scepter, 731.
with footsteps slow and weary, 832.
wrote down for men, as, 726.
Head and front of my offending, 149.
bearing high above her, 704.
beauteous honours on its, 337.
buck of the first, 55.
coals of fire on his, 1020, 1036.
cover my, now, 592.
crotchets in thy, thou hast some, 45.
crown of his, 51, 173, 198.
crown old winter’s, 259.
dissever from the fair, 326.
eternal sunshine settles on its, 397.
fame over his living, 565.
fantastically carved, 90.
fruitless crown upon my, 121.
gently falling on thy, 302.
gently lay my, 218.
go bow thy, in gentle spite, 755.
good gray, 671.
green grass turf at his, 405.
hairs of your, all numbered, 1031.
hand, and heart go together, 747.
hands wings, 230.
hang the pensive, 248.
hangs his, for shame, 866.
hat upon my, 375.
heart may give a lesson to the, 422.
heaven to the weary, 593.
helmet for a blow on the, 950.
here rests his, 386.
hoary, is a crown of glory, 1018.
imperfections on my, 132.
is as full of quarrels, 107.
is fancy bred, in heart or, 63.
is not more native to the heart, 127.
is sick and the heart faint, 1024.
 

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