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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
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Heaven first taught letters, 333.
first-born, offspring of, 230.
floor of, is thick inlaid, 65.
fragrance smells to, 362.
from all creatures hides, 315.
from, it came, 508.
from yon blue, 667.
gained a friend from, 386.
gates of, to the, 473.
gems of, 233.
gentle rain from, 64.
gives its favourites early death, 546.
glories float between the earth and, 631.
gluttony ne’er looks to, 246.
God alone to be seen in, 553.
God is in his, 705.
good sense the gift of, 322.
grants before the prayer, 269.
great eye of, 27.
had made her such a man, 150.
harbingers to, 221.
has no rage like love to hatred turned, 294.
has not power upon the past, 274.
has willed we die alone, 569.
hath done for this land, what, 540.
have ye souls in, too, 577.
he cried, O, 513.
he gained from, a friend, 386.
he hath in him, most of, 721.
hell I suffer seems a, 231.
high hope for a low, 54.
hills whose heads touch, 150.
his blessed part to, 100.
how art thou fallen from, 1025.
husbandry in, 119.
in each heart a little, 288.
in her eye, 237.
in hope to merit, 540.
invites hell threatens, 307.
is heard no more in, 235.
is love for love is heaven, 487.
is more and less than just, 763.
is not always angry, 289.
is not reached at a single, 730.
is shining o’er us, 863.
is there care in, 28.
itself would stoop to her, 246.
journey like the path to, 244.
joy of, to earth come down, 860.
just are the ways of, 344.
kindred points of, 485.
lay up treasures in, 1028.
leave her to, 132.
led the way to, 313.
less of earth than, 491.
let through, such light as never, 806.
lies about us in our infancy, 477.
light from, 447, 549.
light of, restore, 340.
livery of the court of, 598.
made him, every man is as, 974.
man alone beneath the, 488.
matches are made in, 192.
moderation the gift of, 884.
my offence is rank it smells to, 139.
no more subtle master under, 681.
Heaven, nothing can cover his fame but, 198.
nothing true but, 524.
O, her dancing, 608.
of charms divine, 343.
of hell, in itself can make a, 224.
of invention, the brightest, 90.
of stars, 809.
offspring of, 230.
on earth, 232.
on our dull side, after, 680.
one minute of, 526.
opened wide her ever-during gates, 236.
opening bud to, conveyed, 500.
or hell, summons thee to, 119.
path to, 240.
permit to, 240.
Persian’s, is easily made, 519.
pities hapless man, 343.
places shall be hell that are not, 41.
points out an hereafter, 298.
prayer ardent opens, 309.
quite in the verge of, 307.
recompense did send, 386.
remedies we ascribe to, 73.
remembrance fallen from, 805.
report they bore to, 307.
rich man to enter into, 684.
riches flow from bounteous, 346.
sends us good meat, 388.
she did but dream of, 270.
shed, light which, 522.
silent finger points to, 481.
so clear an earth so calm, 725.
so much of earth so much of, 472.
soul look down from, 277.
soul white as, 197.
sounds my fame, 344.
spires point to, 481.
starry cope of, 234.
starved for, 811.
steep and thorny way to, 129.
succour dawns from, 492.
sweetened by the airs of, 612.
taken quick to, 37.
the desire of the soul, 837.
the face of, 823.
the gold bar of, 769.
the selfsame, that frowns, 98.
the sin forgiven by Christ in, 723.
then, be thy aid, 578.
things are the sons of, 368.
thy hues were born in, 574.
’t is less of earth than, 608.
’t was whispered in, ’t was muttered in hell, 862.
to appreciate, well, 825.
to be young was very, 476.
to earth, doth glance from, 59.
to gaudy day denies, which, 551.
to the weary head, 593.
too, all this and, 282.
tries the earth, 734.
upon earth, that, 593.
visits, places the eye of, 80.
wanted one immortal song, 267.
was all tranquillity, 527.
 

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