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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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Early frost, slain by arrows of the, 763.
nothing is too, for thee, 938.
nothing to him falls, 183.
rising sun, 202.
rising, worm punished for, 720.
root and early doom, 623.
seen unknown, too, 105.
songster caught, worm by, 720.
to bed early to rise, 360.
Earn his nuts by hard buffoonery, 729.
little to, and many to keep, 727.
Earnest, I am in, 633.
soul, with an, 827.
stars, 575.
Ear-piercing fife, 154.
Earth a failure God-forsaken, 728.
a hell, making, 540.
a sphere, preserves the, 456.
a stage, 194.
a stepdame, 968.
affords or grows by kind, 22.
alive and so bold, O, 566.
all forgot, 522.
all things in heaven and, 31.
all unity on, 124.
all ye know on, 576.
ancients of the, and in the morning of the times, 670.
and heaven, glories float between, 631.
and heaven, midway between, 798.
and on, will forever be, 583.
and sky, in the bounds of, 750.
at cost of losing, 794.
bards of, 802.
be dead, till this outworn, 683.
bears a plant, while the, 863.
bleeding piece of, 113.
bliss that, affords, 22.
bowels of the, 182.
bowels of the harmless, 83.
bridal of the, and sky, 204.
changes but thy soul stands sure, 710.
common growth of mother, 468.
crust of, in earth, 762.
daughters of, 368.
dust return to the, 1024.
Elysium on, if there be, 527.
exposed he lies on the bare, 271.
eyes of a fool are in the ends of the, 1019.
fed by the bounty of, 612.
felt the wound, 239.
first flower of the, 522.
flowers upon the, 1024.
fragrant the fertile, 233.
from lowly, to vaulted skies, 730.
full of woes, 879.
fuming vanities of, 483.
gave sign of gratulation, 238.
giants in the, there were, 1004.
girdle round about the, 58.
give him a little, for charity, 100.
give some special good to the, 106.
glance from heaven to, 59.
glory passed from the, 477.
Earth, God sent his singers upon, 647.
has no sorrow, 524.
hath bubbles, 116.
heaven on, 232.
heaven tries the, 734.
hell on, 838.
his hearth the, his hall the azure, 617.
his or her right upon the, 742.
huge fabric rose out of the, 225.
in this broad, of ours, 742.
inhabitants of the, 116.
insensible, and be, 239.
is a thief, 109.
is there evil but on, 683.
Jove weighs affairs of, 343.
joy of the whole, 1012.
joys for ever to sustain, 788.
kindly fruits of the, 1042.
lards the lean, 84.
laughs in flowers, 614.
lay her in the, 144.
left silent, 790.
less of, than heaven, 491.
lie lightly gentle, 197.
lift our low desire from, 549.
loveth the shower, 942.
making, a hell, 540.
man marks the, with ruin, 547.
may run red, 784.
melting heaven with, 653.
men differ as heaven and, 679.
model of the barren, 82.
more things in heaven and, 133.
must borrow its mirth, 835.
must have a touch of, 679.
my footstool, 316.
naught beyond O, 570.
naught so vile that on the, 106.
nightly to the listening, 300.
none on, above her, 455.
none write it for him upon, 685.
of majesty, this seat of Mars, 81.
of the, earthy, 1038.
on the confines of, 862.
on this hapless, 585.
one beloved face on, 552.
one society alone on, 476.
overwhelm them, 129.
peace good-will on, 1033.
peace shall over all the, 695.
plants suck in the, 260.
pleasant country’s, 82.
poetry of, is never dead, 577.
power is passing from the, 477.
proudly wears the Parthenon, 614.
rejoice, let the, 1014.
salt of the, ye are the, 1030.
so calm, heaven so clear, 725.
so much of heaven so much of, 472.
soaks up the rain, the thirsty, 260.
sounds my wisdom, 344.
sovereign’st thing on, 83.
speak to the, it shall teach thee, 317.
spot which men call, 243.
sure and firm-set, 118.
than heaven, ’t is less of, 608.
that bears thee dead, 87.
that e’er wore, 182.
 

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