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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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Reaped, the thorns which I have, 544.
Reaper in his hour of ease, tanned, 751.
whose name is death, 639.
Reapers, white-winged, 264.
Reaper’s work is done, 570.
Reaping something new, ever, 669.
grew the more by, 159.
Rear my dusky race, she shall, 669.
the tender thought, 355.
to watch and then to lose, to, 749.
Rearward of a conquered woe, 162.
Reason, a woman’s, 44.
according to soundest, 939.
act according to, 940.
and the will of God, 755.
approved my pleaded, 237.
asked one another the, 71.
but from what we know, 315.
capability and godlike, 142.
common law is nothing but, 24.
confidence of, 475.
discourse of, 128.
feast of, and flow of soul, 328.
firm the temperate will, 475.
for my rhyme, 30.
how noble in, 134.
in the faith of, 504.
indu’d with sanctity of, 236.
is left free to combat it, 434.
is staggered, 411.
is the life of the law, 24.
itself, kills, 254.
law is the perfection of, 24.
measured by principle, 929.
men have lost their, 113.
men that can render a, 1020.
most absurd to, 127.
most sovereign, 136.
my pleaded, 237.
neither rhyme nor, 30, 70.
no sooner knew the, 71.
nothing is law that is not, 278.
of his fancies, 253.
of strength, if by, 1014.
of the case, consider the, 278.
on compulsion, 85.
panders will, 140.
perfection of, 24.
prisoner, takes the, 116.
regulates all things, 929.
ruling passion conquers, 322.
smiles from, flow, 238.
sons of valour liberty, and, 358.
stands aghast, 861.
strong and replication prompt, 163.
than that the twain, no more, 684.
the card passion the gale, 317.
theirs not to, why, 671.
under control, keep, 941.
virtue naught can me bereave, 357.
war with rhyme, 180.
what is the, of this thusness, 787.
why I cannot tell, 286.
why so few marriages are happy, 291.
with pleasure, mixed, 399.
with reasonable men I will, 634.
Reason, worse appear the better, 226, 945.
would despair, where, 377.
Reasons as two grains of wheat, 60.
heroism feels and never, 621.
plentiful as blackberries, 85.
who wisely, 320.
why men drink, 979.
why we smile and sigh, 569.
Reason’s spite, in erring, 316.
whole pleasure, 319.
Reasonable men I will reason, with, 634.
the wrong way seems the more, 835.
Reasoned high of providence, 228.
Reasonest well, Plato thou, 298.
Reasoning beings, 937.
is full of tricks, her, 849.
pride in, 320.
Reasonings, books full of stoical, 930.
not wanted now, 930.
Rebecs of ruby, berl-rimmed, 636.
Rebel, use ’em kindly they, 313.
Rebels from principle, 410.
Rebellion, the spirit of, 995.
to tyrants, 1051.
Rebellious hell, 140.
liquors in my blood, 67.
Reboantic norns, dark vistas of the, 636.
Rebuff, then welcome each, 710.
Rebuke, open, is better, 1021.
Recall that night in June, do you, 778.
Recalled, anything that could be, 627.
Recede, to sigh yet not, 444.
Receive a fare, 796.
more blessed to give than to, 1035.
Receives, who much, 860.
Rechabite poor Will must live, 289.
Reck the rede, 448.
Reckless libertine, 129.
what I do to spite the world, 121.
Reckon he never knowed how, 810.
hours and minutes, we, 586.
Reckoned, beggary in the love that can be, 157.
Reckoners without their host, 12.
Reckoneth without his hostess, 32.
Reckoning made, no, 132.
so comes the dreadful, 348.
to the end of, 49.
trim, 87.
Recks not his own rede, 129.
Recoil, impetuous, 229.
Recoils on itself, revenge, 238.
Recollection, when fond, 537.
Recommendation, a silent, 895.
Recommends itself, sweetly, 117.
Recompense, heaven sent a, 386.
toil without, 783.
Reconciliation, temple of silence and, 602.
Record of her high descent, no, 763.
weep to, 513.
Records that defy the tooth of time, 311.
trivial fond, 132.
Recorded time, last syllable of, 125.
 

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