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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
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Mystery, life is a, 810.
of mysteries, 494.
Mystic bond of brotherhood, a, 582.
fabric sprung, the, 535.
night, to the, 851.
Mystical lore, 514.
Mythology, a respectable, 832.
Naebody care for me, if, 449.
Naiad of the strand, 490.
or a grace, 490.
Naiads, leads the dancing, 414.
Nail, fasten him as a, 1026.
not a, but touches a tender spot, 825.
on the head, hit the, 20, 183, 957.
shoe lost for want of a, 360.
to our coffin, care adds a, 431.
to the mast her holy flag, 688.
tooth and, 967.
Nails fastened by the masters, 1024.
near your beauty with my, 93.
Nailed by the ears, 214.
on the bitter cross, 82.
Naked, every day he clad the, 400.
human heart, 308.
ignorance, blind and, 679.
in December snow, 81.
new-born babe, 118.
new-born child, 438.
room, still as I mused the, 725.
star, one, 833.
to lash the rascals, 155.
to mine enemies, 100.
villany, clothe my, 96.
woods wailing winds, 573.
wretches, poor, 147.
Nakedness, not in utter, 477.
white truth in simple, 678.
Nam et ipsa scientia, 168.
Name Achilles assumed, 219.
Ah Sin was his, 813.
and memory, 170.
at which the world grew pale, 365.
be George, if his, 78.
be sung, let the Redeemer’s, 302.
behind them, left a, 1029.
beyond the sky, waft thy, 539.
breathe not his, 519.
call it by some better, 524.
cannot conceive nor, 120.
current but not appropriate, 457.
deed without a, 123.
fame and, and praise, 834.
fascination of a, 422.
filches from me my good, 153.
foolish whistling of a, 262.
for which my soul had panted, 814.
friend of every friendless, 366.
good, better than precious ointment, 1022.
good, better than riches, 976, 1019.
good, in man and woman, 153.
grand old, of gentleman, 676.
greatness of his, 101.
Greek or Roman, 267.
halloo your, to the reverberate hills, 75.
Name, hell trembled at the hideous, 229.
her, is never heard, 588.
his former, is heard no more, 235.
if I have forgotten your, 806.
in print, pleasant to see one’s, 539.
in the ambush of my, 47.
is great in mouths, 152.
is Legion, my, 1033.
is MacGregor, my, 493.
is Norval, my, 392.
is Onward, death’s truer, 685.
is woman, frailty thy, 128.
is worthy of the, of poet, 583.
king’s, is a tower of strength, 97.
lights without a, 256.
local habitation and a, 59.
love can scarce deserve the, 549.
magic of a, 513.
man with a terrible, 508.
mark the marble with his, 322.
murder takes a specious, 311.
no blot on his, 514.
no one can speak, 507.
no parties, I, 198.
nor memory of her, 763.
of action, lose the, 136.
of Crispian, rouse at the, 92.
of the Prophet figs, 517.
of the slough was Despond, 265.
of the world, borrow the, 166.
of Vanity Fair, it beareth the, 205.
Phœbus what a, 539.
pledge of a deathless, 643.
ravished with the whistling of a, 319.
rose by any other, 105.
so blest as thine, no, 345.
speak to thee in friendship’s, 523.
the world grew pale at, 365.
thence they had their, 246.
though late redeem thy, 354.
to be known by, no, 152.
to every fixed star, that give a, 54.
trod down my lofty, 793.
unmusical to the Volscians’ ears, 103.
was writ in water, 578.
we will not ask her, 516.
what is friendship but a, 402.
what the dickens his, is, 46.
what’s in a, 105.
which no one can spell, 508.
whose, has been well spelt, 559.
worth an age without a, 493.
worthy of the, 447.
Names, call things by their right, 457.
commodity of good, 83.
familiar as household words, 92.
he loved to hear, 688.
inscribed in history’s page, 726.
new-made honour doth forget men’s, 78.
of all the gods at once, 110.
of their founders, forgotten the, 222.
one of the few immortal, 562.
syllable men’s, 243.
that are England’s noblest heritage, 726.
 

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