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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
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Mind, beneficent of, 343.
bettering of my, 42.
blameless, a, 342.
bliss centres in the, 395.
blotted from his, 314.
body or estate, 1042.
breathing from her face, 550.
clothed and in his right, 1033.
conquest of the, 345.
conscious of rectitude, 893.
converse of an innocent, 577.
dagger of the, 119.
damning those they have no, to, 211.
desires of the, 169.
did minde his grace, never, 23.
diseased, minister to a, 125.
education forms the common, 320.
encyclopedic, 604.
exercise is strength of, 317.
farewell the tranquil, 154.
fire from the, 542.
firm capacious, 342.
fleet is a glance of the, 416.
forbids to crave, 22.
glimmer on my, to, 514.
God offers to every, its choice, 621.
good, possesses a kingdom, 22.
grand prerogative of, 534.
grateful, by owing owes not, 231.
his, a thought his life, 721.
his eyes are in his, 503.
how love exalts the, 273.
immortal remains, 341.
in a mighty, 820.
in ruins, the human, 868.
in the victor’s, 299.
is bent, when to ill thy, 345.
is clouded with a doubt, 681.
is God, our, 928.
is its own place, 224.
is pitched, as the, 421.
is the judge of the man, 901.
is the lever of all things, 530.
large and fruitful, 168.
last infirmity of noble, 247.
laugh that spoke the vacant, 396.
leafless desert of the, 549.
love looks with the, 57.
loyal nature and of noble, 681.
magic of the, the, 551.
makes the man, 303.
man’s unconquerable, 471.
marble index of a, 475.
march of the human, 408.
Meccas of the, 562.
men to be of one, 1043.
mildest manners with bravest, 342.
misguide the, 323.
musing in his sullein, 28.
narrowed his, 399.
noble, o’erthrown, 136.
nobler in the, to suffer, 135.
noblest, the best contentment has, 27.
not body enough to cover his, 460.
not to be changed, 224.
not what thou lackest, 940.
Mind, nurture your, with great thoughts, 628.
o’erwrought, 816.
of desultory man, 417.
of man, in the, 467.
of man, wine shows the, 880.
one, in an house, 1043.
oppressed with dumps, 404.
Othello’s visage in his, 151.
out of sight out of, 7, 35.
outbreak of a fiery, 133.
peace of, and joy for weary hours, 630.
pen is the tongue of the, 975.
persuaded in his own, 1037.
philosophy inclineth a man’s, 166.
pity melts the, to love, 272.
plead it in heart and, 387.
poison to his, and peril to his body, 606.
power to broaden the, 936.
quite vacant, 415.
raise and erect the, 169.
redeem the human, from error, 645.
rehearse, this truth within thy, 666.
repose for the, 994.
riches of the, 923.
sad thoughts to the, 466.
serene for contemplation, 349.
she had a frugal, 417.
standard of the man, 303.
steady, ballast to keep the, 740.
strong and sound, 373.
suspicion haunts the guilty, 95.
talk only to conceal the, 310.
that builds for aye, 485.
that makes the man, 893.
that very fiery particle, 560.
the philosophic, 478.
thou present to my, appearest, 596.
time out of, 104.
to change thy, 940.
to glimmer on my, 514.
to me a kingdom is, 22.
to me an empire is, 22.
to mind heart to heart, 488.
torture of the, 121.
unconquerable, the, 382.
untutored, sees God in clouds, 315.
vacant, and body filled, 92.
vacant, is a mind distressed, 415.
well-ordered, 937.
were weight, if, 483.
what I am taught, 535.
what you are pleased to call your, 1053.
whose body lodged a mighty, 338.
whose well-taught, 343.
wisest books in her, 261.
with women heart argues not, 754.
without a certain unsoundness of, 600.
Minds, admiration of weak, 240.
are many, 846.
are not ever craving, 444.
balm of hurt, 120.
divine insanity of noble, 647.
innocent and quiet, 260.
 

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