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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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Day, entertains the harmless, 174.
every, should be passed as if it were our last, 898.
eye of, 6, 251, 434.
eyes grown weary of garish, 764.
eyes the break of, 49.
fills his blue urn with fire, 616.
for ever and a, 71.
gather honey all the, 302.
gaudy blabbing and remorseful, 94.
goes by like a shadow, 764.
great avenging, 337.
great the important, 297.
hand open as, 90.
he that outlives this, 92.
heat of the long, and wish, 753.
her suffering ended with the, 694.
her washing ended with the, 758.
I asked of echo t’ other, 720.
I dearly love but one, 285.
idle singer of an empty, 789.
I’ve lost a, 307.
in clouds brings on the, 297.
in every scene by, 596.
in its pride, 528.
in June, what so rare as a, 734.
in the country, 777.
in the light of fuller, 728.
in thy courts, 1013.
infinite, excludes the night, 303.
into the light of common, 478.
is aye fair, the, 458.
is done and darkness falls, 641.
is long, merry as the, 50.
is past and gone, 570.
jocund, stands tiptoe, 108.
joint labourer with the, 126.
joy is like restless, 761.
kings upon their coronation, 269.
knell of parting, 384.
life confined within the space of a, 922.
life is like unto a winter’s, 263.
live-long, the, 110.
long, on all things all, 679.
love of life’s young, 587.
maddest merriest, 667.
makes man a slave, whatever, 346.
marked with a white stone, 975.
may bring forth, what a, 1021.
merry heart goes all the, 77.
morning shows the, 241.
most splendid, I was thinking the, 745.
must follow as the night the, 130.
night is long that never finds the, 124.
night is mother of the, 650.
no proper time of, 595.
none truly write his single, 685.
not to me returns, 230.
now’s the, now’s the hour, 450.
of adversity, 1020, 1022.
of death, ere the first, 548.
of deliverance, 429.
of empires, 799.
of judgment, vulgarize the, 612.
of nothingness, first dark, 548.
Day of prosperity, 1022.
of small nations, 799.
of small things, 1028.
of thy power, in the, 1015.
of virtuous liberty, 298.
of woe the watchful night, 508.
of wrong, I have seen the, 56.
open as, and the hearts, 642.
or ever I had seen that, 128.
parting, linger and play on its summit, 529.
passed to bright unclouded, 725.
peaceful night from busy, 387.
peep of, 202.
posteriors of this, 56.
powerful king of, 355.
precincts of the cheerful, 385.
promise of your early, 535.
rain it raineth every, 77.
ran a hundred years to a, 691.
right must win the, 717.
rival in the light of, 482.
Rome was not built in a, 15, 978.
sailed away for a year and a, 703.
seated one, at the organ, 761.
short or never so long, 19.
sir critic good, 723.
so calm so cool, 204.
so shuts the eye of, 434.
star arise in your hearts, 1041.
steal something every, 330.
sufficient unto the, 1030.
summer’s, hath a, 259.
sun shall not smite thee by, 1016.
sunbeam in a winter’s, 358.
superfluous burden loads the, 252.
sweet Phosphor bring the, 203.
that comes betwixt a Saturday and Monday, 285.
that is dead, grace of a, 670.
that unforgettable, 804.
the bricks are alive at this, 94.
the, is gone, 577.
the summer, was spoiled, 792.
they vanish with the, 685.
think that, lost, 874.
thou wilt bless the, 717.
thunder in a fair frosty, 266.
till perfect, shall shine, 761.
uncertain glory of an April, 44.
unto day, uttereth speech, 1011.
unto the perfect, 1017.
very rainy, 1021.
were there no night there were no, 786.
when I must die, 769.
when like the rising, 611.
will not look the same by, 658.
without all hope of, 241.
worse deed the better, 282.
wrong side of thirty if she bea, 292.
yield, to night, 93.
you shall seek all, 60.
Days, afternoon of her best, 97.
among the dead, 506.
and hours, do with all the, 686.
are as grass, his, 1015.
are dwindled, whose, 433.
 

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