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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
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Hub of the solar system, 692.
Huddle up their work, 419.
Hue as red as the rosy bed, 633.
cuckoo-buds of yellow, 56.
givest the heavens their holiest, 751.
love’s proper, 238.
of resolution, the native, 136.
sinuous shells of pearly, 511.
unto the rainbow, add another, 79.
Hues, flowers of all, 232.
like nature’s, 355.
of art, with the living, 683.
of bliss, 386.
were born in heaven, thy, 574.
Hug the dear deceit, we, 362.
Hugs it to the last, 525.
Hugged by the old, 593.
by the strumpet wind, 62.
the offender, 273.
Huldy all alone, there sot, 736.
Hum, beehive’s, 455.
midst the crowd the, 541.
no voice or hideous, 251.
of either army sounds, 91.
of human cities torture, 543.
of men, the busy, 249.
of mighty workings, 576.
Human, all that is, must retrograde, 430.
as to forget what, frailty is, 579.
being, wherever there is a, 634.
bliss to human woe, 980.
breast, same heart in every, 754.
breath, life that breathes with, 666.
creatures’ lives, 594.
ends are ultimately answered, 530.
events, course of, 434.
everywhere the, soul, 583.
face divine, 230.
features, differences in, 904.
form divine, 344.
form, teemed with, 394.
frailty, a piece of, 579.
heart, and also my poor, 722.
heart, naked, 308.
heart, new fountains in the, 597.
hearts endure, all that, 367.
kind, plagues and dotages of, 188.
kindness, milk of, 117.
life, infinite pathos of, 791.
mind from error, redeem the, 645.
mind in ruins, 868.
mortals, 57.
natur’ to surrender, not in, 586.
nature, corroded, 812.
nature is divine, highest, 683.
nature, the highest type of, 773.
nature’s daily food, 474.
offspring, true source of, 234.
race, forget the, 547.
race from China to Peru, 365.
race, selfishness, greatest curse of, 693.
round earth’s, shores, 578.
soul take wing, to see the, 552.
spark is left, nor, 332.
thought is the process, 530.
to err in opinion, 928.
Human, to err is, 325.
to step aside is, 448.
woe, each struggle lessens, 718.
Humane men I will plead, with, 634.
Humanities of old religion, 504.
Humanity, aught that dignifies, 606.
imitated abominably, 137.
of a veined, 658.
still sad music of, 467.
suffering sad, 640.
there is but one race, 835.
traitor to, traitor most accurst, 733.
wearisome condition of, 35.
with all its fears, 641.
Humankind, lord of, 277.
lords of, 395.
porcelain clay of, 277.
Humble, a star to guide the, 702.
and a contrite heart, 852.
be it ever so, 568.
because of knowledge, 853.
cares and delicate fears, 469.
heart that was, 518.
hymn of the low and, 746.
livers in content, 98.
none shall rule but the, 616.
Port to imperial Tokay, 380.
pride were not also, 713.
tranquil spirit, 182.
wisdom is, 422.
Humbleness, whispering, 61.
Humblest man stand level with the highest, 798.
Humbly, I seek to do, 783.
Humility and modest stillness, 91.
is a virtue all preach, 195.
like the virtue of, 207.
pride that apes, 501, 507.
proud in, 188.
that low sweet root, 527.
the highest virtue, true, 680.
true, is surely ours, 809.
Humorous ladyship, 79.
sadness, wraps me in, 70.
sigh, very beadle to a, 55.
Humour, career of his, 51.
of it, there ’s the, 45.
such as distils from gods, 918.
the only test of gravity, 581.
void of wit and, 389.
was ever woman in this, won, 96.
Humours, in all thy, 300.
turn with climes, 321.
Hump, without a positive, 698.
Huncamunca’s eyes, in, 363.
Hundred and fifty ways, 71.
isles, throned on her, 544.
thousand men were led by one calf, 840.
two, feet of hell, 748.
while one might tell a, 129.
years are gone, when a, 652.
years to a day, ran a, 691.
Hundred-fold, catch and produce its, 694.
Hung be the heavens with black, 93.
over her enamoured, 235.
Hungarian wight, 45.
 

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