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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
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John P. Robinson he, 735.
print it, some said, 265.
Johnson a classic in his own age, 601.
Join in hand, then, 426.
the choir invisible, oh may I, 730.
Joined together, God hath, 1032.
Joiner squirrel or old grub, 104.
Joint labourer with the day, 126.
of mutton, 90.
time is out of, 133.
Joke, college, to cure the dumps, 290.
gentle dulness ever loves a, 331.
into a Scotch understanding, 459.
many a, had he, 397.
Jokes, wooden shoes are standing, 300.
Jollity for apes, 160.
I live in the crowd of, 368.
jest and youthful, 248.
tipsy dance and, 243.
Jolly miller, there was a, 427.
old pedagogue, 786.
place in times of old, 472.
Joly whistle, wel ywette, 3.
Jonathan, Saul and, 1007.
Jonson knew the critic’s part, 390.
rare Ben, 177.
Jonson’s learned sock, 249.
Jordan’s wave, on this side, 726.
Jot of heart, nor bate a, 252.
Journey, agreeable companion on a, 894.
arrant jade on a, 401.
good company in a, 207.
like the path to heaven, 244.
on Sundays, begin a, 293.
Journeys end in lovers meeting, 75.
Journeymen, nature’s, 137.
Jove alone endued the soul, 340.
daughter of, 382.
for his power to thunder, 103.
gave us life, when, 339.
laughs at lovers’ perjuries, 106, 272.
lifts the golden balances, 341.
like a painted, 267.
some christened, 331.
strikes the Titans down, 704.
the front of, himself, 140.
the poor are sent by, 343.
to those we give is lent to, 343.
weighs affairs of earth, 343.
young Phidias brought his awful, 614.
Jove’s dread clamours, 154.
Joy ambition finds, such, 231.
and bliss that poets feign, 94.
and everlasting love, 280.
and love triumphing, 230.
and woe, changeless through, 611.
apprehend some, 59.
asks if this be, 398.
ballad-singer’s, 473.
be to-day and, again, 845.
be unconfined, let, 542.
be wi’ you a’, 458.
behind, and my, 161.
brightens his crest, 239.
canst throw no ray of light and, 731.
Joy, cease every, 514.
checkered paths of, 362.
comes grief goes, 734.
current of domestic, 367.
dream in, and wake in love, 578.
envy withers at another’s, 355.
eternal and everlasting love, 280.
for life and, and objects, 744.
for weary hours, 630.
forever dwells, where, 223.
forever, thing of beauty is a, 574.
gits loose from de, 828.
how pure the, 456.
is gain, every, 704.
is like restless day, 761.
is the sweet voice, 502.
is wisdom, 849.
lies all before, the land of, 686.
Marcellus feels more true, 319.
may be a miser, 763.
mother’s pride father’s, 492.
o’erflow with, 73.
of all the earth, 776.
of evils past, 346.
of heaven to earth come down, 860.
of silence, holds some, 865.
of the whole earth, 1012.
of the whole table, 122.
of the working, 853.
of youth and health, 444.
of youthful sports, 547.
oil of, for mourning, 1026.
one inch of, 956.
pain for promised, 446.
present, therein I find, 22.
quaff immortality and, 235.
remember days of, 955.
renews the life of, 579.
riding is a, 706.
rises in me, 502.
shouted for, 1009.
smiles of, the tears of woe, 524.
snatch a fearful, 381.
so seldom weaves a chain, 520.
solemn is, 841.
some bringer of that, 59.
sunshine and the heartfelt, 319.
sweeten present, 597.
the desire of love, 837.
the luminous cloud, 502.
the perfectest herald of, 51.
the word for me is, 845.
the world can give, not a, 553.
there is no, in Mudville, 856.
turns at the touch of, 389.
we wear a face of, 471.
which warriors feel, the stern, 491.
who ne’er knew, 335.
widow’s heart to sing for, 1009.
without canker or cark, 822.
would win, all who, 557.
Joys, Africa and golden, 90.
all we have our youth our, 26.
and tears alike are sent, 630.
are withered like the grass, 609.
blest with some new, 276.
departed not to return, 354.
earth, for ever to sustain, 788.
 

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