|John Bartlett, comp. (18201905). Familiar Quotations, 10th ed. 1919.|
|Man, no, can feel himself alone, 842.
no, can lose what he never had, 208.
no, ever felt the halter draw, 440.
no, good, grew rich at once, 899.
no, has aught of what he leaves, 145.
no, is born an angler, 206.
no, is born an artist, 206.
no, knows distinctly anything, 952.
no, loseth other life than that which he liveth, 935.
no, who is correctly informed, 603.
no, wicked at once, 907.
no wiser for his learning, 195.
not always, actions show the, 320.
not good to be alone, 1004.
not made for the Sabbath, 1033.
not passions slave, 138.
not the creature of circumstances, 626.
nothing so becomes a, 91.
noticeable, with large gray eyes, 472.
nowhere so busy a, 2.
of cheerful yesterdays, 481.
of contention, 1027.
of giant mould, 767.
of God, round fat oily, 357.
of his fate is never wide, 616.
of knowledge increaseth strength, 1020.
of letters amongst men of the world, 601.
of light and leading, public, 628.
of men, the goodliest, 232.
of mettle, grasp it like a, 313.
of morals, why, 260.
of my kidney, 46.
of nasty ideas, a nice man is a, 291.
of one book, beware of a, 1045.
of peace and war, 214.
of pleasure, a man of pains, 309.
of plots craft poisonous, a, 678.
of rank as an author, 374.
of Ross, sing the, 322.
of sovereign parts, 55.
of strife, 1027.
of such a feeble temper, 110.
of the world amongst men of letters, 601.
of unbounded stomach, 100.
of unclean lips, 1025.
of wisdom man of years, 309.
of woe, not always a, 487.
old age in this universal, 169.
old, and no honester than I, 52.
on his oath or bond, 109.
one, among a thousand, 1022.
one, excels another, 888.
one, with a dream, 820.
one worthy, my foe, 327.
only knows nothing, 904.
parchment undo a, 94.
partly is and wholly hopes to be, 711.
past the wit of, 58.
patient in loss, 159.
pays the public, the tax a, 291.
people arose as one, 1006.|
|Man perfect who understands for himself, 879.
perils doe enfold the righteous, 27.
picked out of ten thousand, 133.
place of thine, did not make, 753.
plant himself on his instincts, 617.
play the, 871.
plays many parts, in his time, 69.
poet still more a, 581.
poor, a wise, 181.
poorest, in his cottage, 365.
prentice han she tried on, 446.
press not a falling, 99.
profited, what is a, 1032.
proper, as one shall see, 57.
proper judge of the, 901.
proposes God disposes, 7.
proud man, 48.
prudent, looketh well, 1018.
reading maketh a full, 168.
recovered of the bite, the, 400.
regardeth the life of his beast, 1018.
remote from, 305.
repents, will not believe a, 678.
right, in the right place, 724.
right judgment of, 581.
rights of, 409.
rousing herself like a strong, 254.
ruins of the noblest, 113.
Sabbath was made for, 1033.
sadder and a wiser, 499.
seasoned life of, 254.
see me more, no, 99.
seems the only growth, 394.
sensible well-bred, 415.
seven women hold of one, 1025.
shall be surpassed, 997.
shall bear his own burden, 1038.
shall cast his idols, 1024.
shall not live by bread alone, 1030.
shall these paper bullets awe a, 51.
sharpeneth the countenance, 1021.
she knows her, 274.
should be upright, 936.
should not be alone, 1004.
should render a reason for his faith, 460.
sleep of a labouring, 1022.
slumbers of the virtuous, 299.
smell the blood of a British, 147.
so faint so spiritless, 88.
so frail a thing is, 873.
so much one, can do, 263.
so unto the, is woman, 645.
so various, 268.
sorrows of a poor old, 433.
soul of, is larger than the sky, 585.
soul of, like rolling world, 775.
soweth that he reaps, 1039.
speak every, truth, 1039.
state of, like to a little kingdom, 111.
strong, when is, 705.
struggling for life, 370.
struggling in the storms of fate, 336.
studious of change, 417.
study of mankind is, 317.|