Magill's Quotations in Context, Second Series, Band 1

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Frank Northen Magill, Tench Francis Tilghman
Salem Press, 1969 - 1329 Seiten
Lists the source, author, first publication date, and literary style of familiar quotations and places then in their original contexts.

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Selflove The Deceiving mirror of 201
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Thief is often he that has stolen the treasure He that first cries out stop 410
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Mad she always goes into white satin When a heroine goes 1242
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Piety more prone The Weaker sex to 1213
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Senates hang upon thy tongue While listening 1260
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Strange twas passing strange Twas 1156
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Poke Pig in a 861
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Sleep thou flatterer of happy minds 0 791
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Nobleman but he cannot make a gentleman A King may make a 565
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Tears for misfortune There are 1052
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Pussgentleman thats all perfume A Fine
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Preaching is like a dogs walking on his hind legs A Womans 1296
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Reason in nothing so much as their religion Men have lost their 699
377
Medicine Grief is itself a
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Patron and the jail Toil envy want the 1140
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Rome fallsthe World When 1249
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Toolmaking animal Man is a 669
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Paid that is well satisfied Well 1216
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Mind in a sound body A Sound 998
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Sober as a judge As
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Sundry places The Scripture moveth us in 944
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Minds The Marriage of true 686
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Sober life A Godly righteous and 350
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Prophet Never dares the man put off the 743
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Servitude is the cure of anarchy Freedom and not 311
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Tails you lose Heads I win 419
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Sorrows A Man of 674
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Painted Devils are not so black as they be 210
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Right The Minority is always in the 709
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Mask like open truth to cover lies No 756
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Sought in vain that sought the Lord aright They never 1071
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Tangled web we weave when first we practice to deceive Oh what a 808
141
Prow and Pleasure at the helm Youth on the 1327
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Parting there is an image of death In every 523
177
Tears Crocodiles
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Posterity Think of your forefathers and of your 1079
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Unextinguishable laugh in heaven That 1045
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Name A Deed without a
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Praxeds ever was the church for peace Saint 936
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Spartan dead A Remnant of our 911
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Minions of the moon Dianas foresters gentlemen of the shade
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damn him He shall not live look with a 407
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Shameless thing in the world A Perfect democracy is the most 856
249
Mob Our supreme governors the 839
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Past Even God cannot change the
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Money heigh ho How pleasant it is to have 460
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Roman style If you are in Rome live in the 513
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Name The Glory and the nothing of a 339
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Peace He makes a solitude and calls it
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Oak Hearts of
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Unhonored dead Mindful of the 707
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Morning Hes for the
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Medicine the less Great griefs I see 370
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Silence overthrown By thunders of white 127
442
Truth is marching on His
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Register of the crimes follies and misfortunes of mankind History is little more than
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Oaks from little acorns grow Tall 1036
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accept the
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Ophelia Too much of water hast thou poor 1144
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Truth They must upward still and onward who would keep abreast of 1070
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Ruin of all happiness Traveling is the 1147
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was a king in Babylon and you were a Christian
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Saddens while it soothes Thought which 1100
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Sands of time Footprints on the 302
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Vacant is a mind distressed A Mind quite 706
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Morning shows the day The Childhood shows the man as 142
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Regulated liberty A Manly moral 678
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Mountain scarce brings forth a mouse The Laboring
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Satire by my song Fools are my theme let 301
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Vagrom men You shall comprehend all 1319
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Unadorned Beauty 83
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Slave must man be one? Madman or 656
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Thickens and the crow makes wing Light
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People are more nice than wise Some 994
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Savage The Noble 765
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Venture in where it daur na weel be seen Luve will 652
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Warfare oer Soldier rest thy 987
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