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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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Night before Christmas, ’t was the, 527.
beyond the silent, 784.
black it stood as, 228.
borrower of the, 120.
breathed the long long, 694.
breathing through the, 591.
by day by, 596.
by the wind of, 790.
calm and silent, 699.
candles of the, 66.
chaos and old, 224.
cheek of, hangs upon the, 105.
closed his eyes in endless, 382.
cometh when no man can work, 1035.
compare as day with, 755.
danger’s troubled, 515.
darkens the streets, 224.
day brought back my, 252.
day of woe the watchful, 508.
deep of, is crept upon our talk, 115.
descending, 331.
desolation and dim, 655.
doomed to walk the, 131.
drooped in western sky at, 744.
eldest, and chaos, 229.
empty-vaulted, 244.
except I be by Sylvia in the, 44.
fair regent of the, 426.
follows the day, 130.
for the morrow, desire of the, 567.
from busy day the peaceful, 387.
gloomy as, he stands, 345.
golden lamps in a green, 262.
good, and joy be wi’ you, 458.
good night good, 106.
had withdrawn her sable veil. 972.
hands of the sisters death and, 744.
has a thousand eyes, 833.
heard the trailing garments of the, 645.
hideous, makes, 331.
hideous, making, 131.
how beautiful is, 507.
imagining some fear in the, 59.
in June, recall that, 778.
in love with, 107.
in Russia, this will last out a, 47.
in the dead of, 88.
in the lonesome October, 656.
infant crying in the, 675.
infinite day excludes the, 303.
innumerable as the stars of, 235.
is but the daylight sick, 66.
is long that never finds the day, 124.
is mother of the day, the, 650.
is the time to weep, 497.
it is a dreary, 714.
joint labourer with the day, 126.
last in the train of, 235.
light will repay the wrongs of, 203.
lightning in the collied, 57.
listening ear of, 695.
lone splendour hung aloft the, 577.
lovely as a Lapland, 475.
lovers’ tongues by, 106.
loves to revel in a summer, 654.
many a dreadful, 356.
Night, meaner beauties of the, 174.
mid the cheerless hours of, 568.
motions of his spirit are dull as, 66.
my native land good, 540.
my old Kentucky home good, 764.
nature’s laws lay hid in, 330.
naughty, to swim in, 147.
no evil thing walks by, 244.
nor the moon by, 1016.
O day and, 133.
O dusky, 794.
O, most beautiful and rare, 751.
of cloudless climes, 551.
of death, 784.
of memories and of sighs, 511.
of sorrow, a fore-spent, 258.
of the grave, 428.
of waking, morn of toil, 491.
oft in the stilly, 523.
oft in the tranquil, 597.
oft in the tranquil hour of, 597.
out into the, 764.
passed a miserable, 96.
passed long long, away, 758.
peace divine like quiet, 761.
pillar of fire by, 1005.
pilot ’t is a fearful, 589.
regent of the, 426.
sable goddess, 306.
say not good, 433.
shades of, 234.
shadow of a starless, 564.
shall be filled with music, 641.
ships that pass in the, 644.
silver lining on the, 243.
singeth all, 127.
so full of ghastly dreams, 96.
so late into the, 553.
so wild but brings, no, 715.
soft stillness and the, 65.
son of the sable, 39.
sound of revelry by, 542.
stars in empty, 496.
steal a few hours from the, 521.
sung from morn till, 427.
Sylvia in the, except I be by, 44.
that covers me, out of the, 828.
that first we met, 588.
that makes me or fordoes me, 156.
that slepen alle, 1.
the dark-blue hunter, 855.
the, is dark and I am far, 607.
the shadow of light, 805.
there were no day were there no, 786.
through the balmy air of, 655.
through the dim halls of, 613.
thy path be dark as, 702.
till it be morrow, 106.
to bloom for sons of, 520.
to each a fair good, 490.
toiling upward in the, 643.
unto night showeth knowledge, 1011.
untroubled sentries of the shadowy, 635.
upon the cheek of, 105.
vast and middle of the, 128.
watch in the, 1014.
 

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