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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
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Majesty, obsequious, approved, 237.
of God revere, 391.
of loveliness, 550.
rising in clouded, 233.
that from man’s soul, the, 791.
this earth of, 81.
unspeakable and dread, O, 717.
want love’s, 95.
will rise in, 731.
Majorities have been wrong, 773.
is as much, decision by, 693.
Majority, long since death had the, 355.
one on God’s side is a, 699.
Majors we can make every year, 189.
Make a deacon swear, enough to, 737.
a note of, when found, 702.
a sky, why you should n’t, 765.
history, while we read we, 758.
indulgence seem judicious, to, 729.
languor smile, 328.
let us die to, men free, 748.
man did not, and can not mar, 753.
me a child again, 783.
me to know mine end, 1012.
men holy, as He died to, 748.
men’s temper bad, certain winds, 729.
my throne on a, and I, 660.
no long orations, 432.
our griefs our gains, that, 682.
paths to the house I seek to, 745.
the angels weep, 48.
thy castles high and fair, 646.
use of me for the future, 931.
Makes a faith hated, to persecute, 684.
a man, and all that, 681.
heroes, to believe in the heroic, 628.
his promise good, 1043.
his pulses fly, 723.
me or fordoes me, 156.
my gain, every way, 156.
no friend who never, he, 680.
not thy victory vain, 790.
on its desolate sands, 717.
one wondrous kind, 387.
sech nights all white and still, 736.
some floweret blow, rain-drop, 718.
that and the action fine, 204.
up life’s tale, 502.
up the sum of living, 763.
us or it mars us, 156.
what, his dawning glow, 611.
within itself a heaven of stars, 809.
Maken vertue of necessite, 3.
Maker and the angel death, his, 502.
Maketh haste to be rich, 1021.
wise men fools, 791.
Making beautiful old rhyme, 163.
many books there is no end, 1024.
night hideous, 131.
of man, the, 804.
pies, and went to, 758.
the green one red, 120.
their lives a prayer, 649.
them, I am always, 663.
through creeks and inlets, 727.
Malady incident to maids, 77.
medicine worse than the, 184.
Malcontents, loiterers and, 55.
thou art the Mars of, 45.
Malebranche would have it, 998.
Male-lands, loved all the more by earth’s, 708.
Malice, bearing no, 458.
domestic foreign levy, 121.
envy hatred and, 1042.
nor set down aught in, 156.
to conceal, 232.
towards none, 662.
Malicious, virtue is not, 36.
Malign an opponent, arguments to, 626.
Malignity, motiveless, 505.
Mallecho, this is miching, 138.
Malmsey and Malvoisie, 868.
Malt, Duke of Norfolk deals in, 563.
Mambrino’s helmet, 972.
Mammon, least erected spirit, 225.
wins his way, 540.
ye cannot serve God and, 1030.
Man a flower he dies, 366.
a fool at forty, 311.
a merrier, 55.
a nice unparticular, 816.
a plain blunt, 114.
a reasonable creature, 254.
a, sat on a rock, 818.
a single cell becomes a, 774.
a slave, whatever day makes, 246.
a tailless, 818.
a thinking being, 534.
a tool to buy and sell, 728.
a two-legged animal, 949.
a world without a sun, 513.
after his desert, use every, 134.
after his own heart, 1006.
after sleep, like a strong, 254.
all that a, hath, 1008.
all that may become a, 118.
all that was pleasant in, 399.
ambition of a private, 419.
an ape or an angel, is, 625.
an eloquent, not speaking the truth, 585.
an honest, is aboon his might, 452.
an inconstant creature, 916.
and a brother, am I not a, 1044.
and all that makes a, 681.
and maiden fair, 832.
and the just, is afraid, 578.
apparel oft proclaims the, 130.
architect of his fortune, 167.
arms and the, I sing, 274.
as a dying, to dying men, 858.
as good kill a, as kill a good book, 254.
as he is humour the, 891.
assurance of a, 140.
at arms must now serve on his knees, 25.
at his best state, 1012.
at his birth, 903.
at the turn-pike bar, 590.
at thirty, suspects himself a fool, 307.
 

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