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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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Bless me this is pleasant, 720.
none whom we can, 541.
the day ere the toil, 717.
the hand that gave the blow, 277.
the hand that gives the, 289.
the man who invented sleep, 720.
thee Bottom, 58.
thee, hold fast till he, 362.
to cheer and, 803.
you with the sunniest weather, 609.
your haters, love your enemy, 682.
Blesses his stars, 297.
still the generous thought, 650.
us, God does and, 722.
Blessed, children call her, 1021.
come, darkness bring thy balm, 764.
damozel, 769.
dejected, while another’s, 320.
do above, what the, 220.
feet nailed on the bitter cross, 82.
he alone is, 289.
he that considereth the poor, 1012.
he who expects nothing, 347.
I have been, 549.
is the healthy nature, 582.
man, half part of a, 78.
martyr, thou fallest a, 100.
mood, that, 467.
more, to give, 1035.
none but such as be, 38.
part to heaven, gave his, 100.
shall be thy basket, 1006.
strains are telling, those, 717.
them unaware, I, 498.
threads of gold, some, 715.
three, chief among the, 637.
who ne’er was born, 289.
Blessedness, single, 57.
Blesseth her with happy hands, 31.
him that gives, 64.
Blessing dear, makes a, 256.
God’s rarest, 772.
health is the second, 208.
I had most need of, 119.
lies, the, 767.
Lord dismiss us with thy, 374.
national debt a national, 532.
no harm in, 351.
of earth is toil, 834.
of the Old Testament, 164.
out of God’s blessing, 17, 971.
steal immortal, from her lips, 108.
that money cannot buy, 208.
the Pretender, no harm in, 351.
Blessings be with them, 477.
brighten as they take their flight, 307.
from whom all, flow, 278.
liberty one of the most valuable, 978.
on him that invented sleep, 978.
two of life’s greatest, 899.
wait on virtuous deeds, 294.
without number, 302.
Blest, Araby the, 232.
I have been, 549.
in blessing others, 343.
it is twice, 64.
Blest, kings may be, 451.
never is, but always to be, 315.
paper-credit, 322.
thought that morning cloud was, 579.
where they that love are, 717.
with some new joys, 276.
with temper with unclouded ray, 321.
Blew cold on my desolate heart, 613.
great guns, 436.
you hither, what wind, 90.
treason like a deadly, 526.
Blighting all things fair, 835.
Blind always, and often tipsy, 609.
and naked ignorance, 679.
bard, be that, 503.
be to her faults a little, 287.
dazzles to, 428.
eyes to the, feet to the lame, 1009.
fortune though she is, 167.
fury, comes the, 247.
girl comes from afar, 632.
guides strain at a gnat, 1032.
he that is strucken, 104.
his soul with clay, 673.
lead the blind, if the, 1032.
love is, and lovers cannot see, 62.
love must needs be, 503.
man’s erring judgment, 323.
never owl more, than a lover, 765.
none so, as will not see, 19, 283, 293 old man of Scio’s rocky isle, 550.
spinner, 779.
winged Cupid is painted, 57.
Blindly, loved sae, 452.
Blindness, children of, 840.
is my sight, my, 748.
or I all, 295.
sight out of, 818.
we gather thorns, in our, 771.
Blinking sort of place, 816.
Bliss, all that poets feign of, 94.
and gain the coast of, 597.
bowers of, 313.
brightly glow the hues of, 386.
centres in the mind, 395.
certainty of waking, 244.
domestic happiness, only, 419.
gained by some degree of woe, 377.
health the vital principle of, 358.
how exquisite the, 447.
ignorance is, where, 382.
in possession, will not last, 496.
in that dawn to be alive, 476.
it excels all others, 22.
momentary, 381.
must gain, we every, 377.
no greater, 38.
of paradise, thou only, 419.
of solitude, inward eye the, 475.
of thy desire, the, 802.
source of all my, 398.
sum of earthly, 238.
that earth affords, 22.
to die for our country, 340.
unalloyed, 993.
virtue makes the, 389.
 

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