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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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Things, deeds are better, than words are, 645.
differ though all agree, 333.
done at the Mermaid, 196.
done decently and in order, 1038.
else about her drawn, 474.
equal to all, for all things unfit, 399.
erroneous, 773.
evil, 773.
evil, there is some goodness in, 92.
facts are stubborn, 392, 986.
feast of fat, 1026.
fond of humble, 859.
former, grow old, 203.
frequently happen which you do not hope, 887.
friendship is constant in all other, 51.
from out the bitterness of, 484.
God’s sons are, 368.
good, will strive to dwell with it, 43.
great contests from trivial, 325.
great head of, 903.
great lord of all, 317.
greatest vicissitudes of, 168.
hid, wherefore are these, 74.
hoped for, substance of, 1040.
how easily, go wrong, 759.
I do not need, many, 945.
I ought, to do the, 535.
ill got had ever bad success, 95.
into the light of, 466.
leave all meaner, 314.
left undone those, 1042.
little, affect little minds, 627.
long past, more than, 81.
looked unutterable, 356.
loose type of, 473.
loveliest of lovely, 573.
man’s best, are nearest him, 664.
men ought not to investigate, 945.
mighty above all, 1028.
more, in heaven and earth, 133.
nature of the universe is the nature of, 941.
not made for words, 945.
not seen, evidence of, 1040.
of good or ill we choose, 767.
past, remembrance of, 161.
possessing all, 1038.
present seem worst, 89.
proper to man, to do the, 941.
prove all, 1039.
remembering happier, 669.
rolls through all, 467.
sad vicissitude of, 379.
sad vicissitudes of, 393.
sanctioned by custom, 890.
secret, belong unto the Lord, 1006.
sense and outward, 478.
shews of, 169.
soul of all, make it mine, 753.
sting of, too sweet, 760.
sum of human, 437.
that are and have been, 926.
that are have kinship, 941.
that are made for our general uses, 183.
that are made to fade, 653.
Things that belong to adversity, 164.
that have a common quality, 941.
that nature wills, 941.
that ne’er were nor are, 257.
that no gross ear can hear, 245.
that were, dream of, 541.
they ought not, speaking, 1040.
think on these, 1039.
those who want fewest, 945.
though all, differ all agree, 333.
through the dream of, 541.
through words and, 465.
time ordains for other, 252.
time shall teach thee all, 696.
to come, giant mass of, 102.
to do two, at once, 894.
to have nought is to have all, 757.
to write well in laudable, 253.
total depravity of inanimate, 809.
translunary, 40.
true and evident, 932.
unattempted, 223.
unfit for all, 399.
unhappy far-off, 473.
unknown, forms of, 59.
unknown proposed, 325.
we ought to have done, 1042.
we will answer all, 66.
when all fair, are fading, 588.
when virtuous, proceed, 73.
which are Cæsar’s, 1032.
which belong to prosperity, 164.
which men confess with ease, 932.
which must be, 780.
without all remedy, 121.
words are, 558.
work and move, all, 717.
you will enjoy, world filled with, 746.
Think and act, free to, 797.
always, what is true, 762.
comedy to those that, 389.
him an angel, a woman yet, 698.
him so because I think him so, 44.
himself an act of God, man, 721.
how Bacon shined, 319.
how divine he himself is, 742.
how many never, 534.
I, of thee, 596.
I, upon that happy time, 597.
if the red slayer, he slays, 617.
makes millions, 558.
may sigh to, 379.
naught a trifle, 311.
nobody never made me, don’t, 700.
not disdainfully of death, 941.
of that Master Brook, 46.
of your ancestors, 933.
of your forefathers, 458.
of your posterity, 458, 933.
on, pleasant to, 256.
on these things, 1039.
one thing, who dares, 338.
only what concerns thee, 237.
talk and never, 180.
that day lost, 874.
the great unhappy, none, 310.
the year is all but done, to, 728.
 

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