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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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Past, conclude the future by the, 962.
day’s long toil is, 594.
groaning ever for the, 712.
hallowed quiets of the, 738.
heaven has not power upon the, 274.
help should be past grief, 77.
in world’s soil in cycles, 788.
indemnity for the, 364.
is gone, the, 936.
leave thy low-vaulted, 690.
let the dead, bury its dead, 639.
man who is correctly informed as to the, 603.
miracles are, 73.
neither the, nor the future, 935.
never plan the future by the, 411.
no, is dead for us, 779.
nothing to come and nothing, 261.
Oh fondly on the, I dwell, 596.
old fetish raiments of the, 788.
our dancing days, 105.
repent what’s, 141.
shadowy, summon from the, 641.
the bitter, more welcome the sweet, 74.
the bounds of freakish youth, 419.
the, in God’s keeping, 808.
the, like a funeral gone by, 815.
the size of dreaming, 159.
the wit of man, 58.
unsighed for, 482.
voice of the, 584.
winter’s woe was, 790.
Paste and cover to our bones, 82.
Pastime and our happiness, 477.
are winners in this, 680.
toil is the true knight’s, 728.
Pastoral, cold, 576.
Pastors, as some ungracious, 129.
Pasture shall prepare, the Lord my, 300.
Pastures and fresh woods, 248.
lie down in green, 1011.
Patch grief with proverbs, 53.
up his fame, 412
Patches, king of shreds and, 141.
Pate, you beat your, 336.
Paternal acres, a few, 334.
or meddling government, 603.
Path be dark as night, though thy, 702.
light unto my, 1015.
motive guide, original and end, 367.
no, of flowers leads to glory, 983.
no royal, to geometry, 1003.
of dalliance treads, 129.
of duty was to glory, 671.
of Milton, round the, 485.
of sorrow and that alone, 417.
of the just, 1017.
that I do not know, 795.
the world advances along its, 523.
to heaven, journey like the, 244.
to tread, soon or late that, 345.
we tread, side of every, 422.
Paths are peace, all her, 1017.
ask for the old, 1027.
of glory lead to the grave, 384.
Paths of joy and woe, checkered, 362.
of June, 779.
of men, the, 839.
of peevish nature, 288.
on lonely, 775.
to the house I seek to make, 745.
to woman’s love, 198.
Pathless groves, 184.
realms of space, 800.
was the dreary wild, 568.
way, heaven’s wide, 250.
woods, pleasure in the, 547.
Pathos of human life, infinite, 791.
that is the true, 449.
Pathway, star that lights a desert, 683.
Patience, abusing of God’s, 45.
and shuffle the cards, 975.
and sorrow strove, 148.
by your gracious, 150.
day by day, 794.
flour of wifly, 4.
habits of peace and, 207.
ingredient of genius, 627.
may compass anything, 958.
men’s office to speak, 53.
on a monument, sat like, 76.
passion of great hearts, 732.
poor are they that have not, 152.
preacheth, 205.
sovereign o’er transmuted ill, 366.
stubborn, 228.
thou rose-lipped cherubin, 155.
with, He stands waiting, 979.
Patient confidence in ultimate justice, 661.
endurance is godlike, 643.
fate of a woman long to be, 646.
humble spirit, 182.
inattention, 772.
man, fury of a, 269.
man in loss, 159.
merit of the unworthy takes, 135.
must minister to himself, 125.
of toil, 428.
our playwright may, be, 683.
remedy for every trouble, 887.
search and vigil long, 555.
though sorely tried, 640.
to be, is a branch of justice, 937.
to perform, 342.
when favours are denied, 362.
Patiently to endure the toothache, 53.
Patines of bright gold, 65.
Patriarch, the venerable, 425.
Patrick Spence, ballad of, 502.
Patriot truth, 863.
Patriots all, true, 445.
who for a theory risked, 659.
worthy, dear to God, 254.
Patriot’s boast, such is the, 394.
fate, cowards mock the, 866.
Patriotic gore, 813.
Patriotism is the last refuge of a scoundrel, 372.
whose, would not gain force on the plain of Marathon, 369.
Patron and the jail, 365.
 

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