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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
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Pain, sigh yet feel no, 525.
some natural sorrow loss or, 473.
stranger yet to, 381.
sweet desolation—balmy, 577.
sweet is pleasure after, 271.
tender for another’s, 381.
that has been and may be, 473.
the weariness the endless, 648.
there are balms for all our, 763.
though full of, 227.
to break its links so soon, 520.
to the bear, 604.
too much rest becomes a, 346.
turns with ceaseless, 394.
’twixt, and nothing tost, 790.
vows made in, 231.
Pains and joys to me, mingled, 683.
and penalties of idleness, 332.
grow sharp, when, 432.
labour for his, 378.
man of pleasure man of, 309.
of love be sweeter far, 276.
pleasure in poetic, 419.
stings you for your, 313.
which only poets know, 419.
world of sighs for my, 150.
Painful inch to gain, seem here no, 727.
noise of sighs, 791.
vigils keep, pensive poets, 331.
warrior famoused for fight, 161.
Paint an inch thick, 144.
like nature, who can, 355.
lion not so fierce as they, 206.
no words can, 437.
the laughing soil, 535.
the lily gild refined gold, 79.
the meadows with delight, 56.
the mortal shame of nature, 683.
them, he best can, 333.
them truest praise them most, 300.
Paints wisdom, Raphael, 620.
Painted blind, winged Cupid, 57.
blossoms drest, 28.
devil, childhood that fears a, 120.
Jove, like a, 267.
lion is not so fierce as, 222.
ocean, upon a, 498.
she’s all my fancy, her, 868.
ship, idle as a, 498.
to the eyes, 815.
trifles and fantastic joys, 391.
wrought lies close at home, 650.
Painter, flattering, a, 399.
great, dips his pencil, 564.
gymnastic teacher, 907.
nature’s sternest, 540.
Painting can express, more than, 301.
is silent poetry, 928.
poetry as speaking, 928.
Paintings, I have heard of your, 136.
Palace alone, than pine in a, 750.
and a prison, 544.
beautiful, the, 266.
deceit in gorgeous, 107.
hollow oak our, 537.
of eternity, key that opes the, 243.
of rest, 784.
Palace of the soul, 221, 541.
Palaces, gorgeous, 43.
’mid pleasures and, 568.
princes’, cottages had been, 60.
prosperity within thy, 1016.
Pale and white and cold as snow, 782.
anguish keeps the heavy gate, 836.
call it fair not, 500.
cast of thought, 136.
feet crossed in rest, 765.
gradations, no, 493.
his light, the sun doth, 722.
his uneffectual fire, ’gins to, 132.
Horse stands, 811.
in her fading bowers summer, 763.
jessamine, crow-toe and, 247.
martyr in shirt of fire, 775.
my cheeks make, 199.
passion loves, places which, 184.
prithee why so, 256.
realms of shade, 572.
unripened beauties, 298.
Pale-eyed priest, 251.
Pale-faced moon, 84.
Palestines, Delphian vales the, 562.
Palinurus nodded at the helm, 332.
Pall, in sceptred, 250.
Mall, sweet shady side of, 432.
Palls upon the sense, 298.
Pallas Jove and Mars, 699.
perched upon a bust of, 656.
Palm and southern pine, land of, 672.
bear the, alone, 110.
bearing in thy, the poppy-seeds, 764.
itching, 114.
like some tall, 535.
of my hands, oozing out at the, 441.
of orange blossom and, 672.
open upon his harp, 644.
Palms, his islands lift their fronded, 649.
Palmer’s weed, votarist in, 243.
Palm-tree, flourish like the, 1014.
Palmy state of Rome, 126.
Palpable and familiar, 504.
hit, 145.
obscure, the, 227.
Palsied eld, 48.
Palsy-stricken, poor weak, 575.
Palter in a double sense, 126.
Paly flames, through their, 92.
Pam, a tap on the, 764.
Pamper’d goose, 318.
menial drove me from the door, 433.
Pan, awe-inspiring god, 480.
is dead great Pan is dead, 658, 926.
leap out of the frying, 18.
to Moses lends his pagan horn, 331.
Pancakes, flat as, 173.
Panders will, reason, 140.
Pandora, more lovely than, 234.
Pang as great as when a giant dies, 48.
dismissed without a parting, 296.
learn nor account the, 710.
preceding death, 398.
that rends the heart, 398.
Pangs and fears, 99.
 

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