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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
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Public man of light and leading, 628.
men, prevailin’ weakness of, 787.
offices, keep out of, 915.
plunder, power of, 529.
property, 809.
rout, where meet a, 176 school, microcosm of a, 626.
show, midnight dances and, 335.
stock of harmless pleasure, 369.
tax eminent men pay to the, 291.
the, is an old woman, 583.
to speak in, on the stage, 459.
trust, when a man assumes a, 436.
trusts, 1051.
ways, whene’er I walk the, 845.
weal, 963.
Publish it not in the streets, 1006.
yourselves to the sky, 817.
Publishing our neighbour’s shame, 858.
Pudding against empty praise, 330.
bestowing honour, pence, 609.
full of plums, life’s a, 802.
last piece of, 510.
proof of the, 975.
Puff and blow himself, 808.
the prostitute away, 274.
Puffed and reckless libertine, 129.
Puissant nation, noble and, 254.
Pukes in, sea the passenger, 559.
Puking in the nurse’s arms, 69.
Pull in resolution, 125.
Pulled ruin on the state, statesmen who, 659.
Puller down of kings, 95.
Pulpit drum ecclesiastick, 209.
Pulse of life stood still, 306.
sends a thrilling, through me, 640.
Pulses fly, makes his, 723.
Pulteney’s toad-eater, 389.
Pumice isle in Baiae’s bay, 565.
Pun, who could make so vile a, 282.
Punch in the presence, 796 some sipping, 468.
with care, 796.
Punctual spot, this, 237.
Punished sir for early rising, worm, 720.
Punishment, back to thy, 229 fit the crime, 802 greater than I can bear, 1004.
idea of eternal, 812.
that women bear, 50.
Pun-provoking thyme, 380.
Puny whipster, every, 156.
Pupil of the human eye, 518.
Puppy cur, mastiff dog may love a, 684.
whelp and hound, 400.
Puppy-dogs, as maids talk of, 78.
Purchaser will pay for worth of everything, 899.
Pure a love clothed, if not so, 680.
a loveliness, clothed in so, 680.
alone are mirrored, 579.
and eloquent blood, 177.
and holy, meek and lowly, 637.
and radiant one, 857.
and vestal modesty, 108.
Pure as snow chaste as ice, 136.
by being purely shone upon, 526.
delight, land of, 303.
delight, seemed one, 597.
heavenly crystal flood, 821.
in thought as angels are, 455.
kept thy truth so, 252.
speak true right wrong, live, 677.
the real Simon, 859.
the, the beautiful the bright, 819.
too, and too honest, 780.
unto the pure all things are, 1040.
women, eyes of, 678.
Pure-eyed faith, 243.
Purer laws, with sweeter manners, 676.
science holier laws, of, 728.
Purgatory, taste of fame to have it is a, 632.
Purge and leave sack, 88.
off the baser fire, 226.
Purged with euphrasy, 240.
Purification of politics, 785.
Purified, every creature shall be, 41.
Puritanism laid the egg of democracy, 740.
Puritans gave the world action, 699.
hated bear-baiting, 604.
Purity and truth, 280.
of grace, the, 550.
out of a stain, 818.
Purloins the psalms, 539.
Purple all the ground, 247.
and gold, gleaming in, 551.
as their wines, abbots, 332.
curtain, rustling of each, 656.
grapes in the land of Git-Thare, 839.
light of love, 382.
shadows of the night, 833.
testament of bleeding war, 82.
the sails, 157.
when skies were, 599.
with love’s wound, 58.
Purpled o’er the lawn, 342.
Purple-stained mouth, 575.
Purpose, between Almighty, difference of, 662.
cite Scripture for his, 61.
constancy to, 625.
firm, is equal to the deed, 307.
flighty, never is o’ertook, 123.
I know the evil of that I, 884.
infirm of, 120.
knit, and brow with, 739.
one increasing, runs, 669.
plain and to the, 51.
shake my fell, 117.
speak and, not, 146.
time to every, 1022.
Purposes, Almighty has his own, 661.
execute their airy, 224.
of life, 998.
Purposed overthrow, 162.
Purpureal gleams, 482.
Purr to sleep with thunder, 796.
Purse, bursting, 449.
costly as thy, can buy, 130.
 

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