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Quotations, common sayings, and miscellaneous literary references. Click the link to see full information. In the case of quotations that have multiple lines, only the first line is listed in this index. Entries in italics represent titles of books, poems, etc.

-A-
Ameliaranne
And speckled vanity
Art thou weary

-C-
Country Things

-D-
Daily Mail (SITV C3)
Daily Telegraph (SITV C3)
Diary Of A Country Parson (VD Feb)
Diary Of A Provincial Lady (SITV 12)
Don't Care was made to care

-E-
Eagle

-F-
The Farmer's Weekly (SITV C5)
Fight The Good Fight (VD Sept)

-G-
Good Times

-H-
Half a league, half a league

-I-
I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills

-J-
Jesu, Lover of My Soul
Journal of Education, The (SITV C9)

-L-
Lawrence, D.H. (SITV C8)
Let Us With A Gladsome Mind
Loungin' around and sufferin'
Lucy Bettesworth (VD Nov)

-M-
Messiah, The (SITV 15)

-N-
Neither flesh, fowl or good red herring (SITV 18)
Not a little place at Tooting

-O-
Oft in Danger, Oft in Woe (VD Oct)
Old, unhappy, far-off things

-R-
Rend each man's temple veil and bid it fall

-S-
Schoolmaster, The (SITV C9)
Send not to know for whom the bell tolls
Song of the Roses
Spring Goeth All In White
Spring, The Sweet Spring

-T-
Teachers' World, The (SITV C9)
Times, The (SITV 22)
Times Educational Supplement, The (SITV C5)
Tristram Shandy (VD March)

-V-
Valleys Stand So Thick With Corn, The (VS)

-W-
Webb, Mary (SITV C8)
We Plough The Fields and Scatter (VD Sep)
Winnie The Pooh (SITV 12)

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