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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
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Life’s means, ravin up thine own, 120.
morning march, 515.
poor play is o’er, 318.
race well run, 757.
rough sca, 37.
small things, 739.
star, our, 477.
tale makes up, 502.
tremulous ocean, 528.
uncertain voyage, 109.
vast ocean we sail on, 317.
victory won, 757.
work well done, 757.
worst ills, ill cure for, 606.
young day, love of, 587.
Life-blood of a master-spirit, 254.
of our enterprise, 86.
Life-complete in death-complete to die, 824.
Life-inclining stars, 38.
Lifeless old beliefs, 996.
Life-long martyrdom, she knew the, 648.
Lifetime of happiness, a, 838.
Lift her with care, 595.
it bear it solemnly, 686.
it up fatherly, I cannot, 733.
slight gives the greatest, 172.
the down-trodden, 798.
Lifts him into life, 421.
Lifted high and white, 776.
Light, a door that leads to, 784.
a foot so, 107.
a little warmth a little, 789.
a spring of, 586.
and calm thoughts, 502.
and choice of Attic taste, 252.
and joy canst throw, no ray of, 731.
and leading, men of, 410.
and leading, public man of, 628.
and life, dear to me as, 450.
are full of life and, 748.
as air, trifles, 154.
as fire is of, 582.
as if they feared the, 256.
between the nightfall and the, 805.
blasted with excess of, 382.
burning and a shining, 1035.
by her own radiant, 244.
children of, 1034.
common as, is love, 566.
darkness from, 710.
darkness visible, no, 223.
day shine through peace to, 761.
dear as the, 383.
dies before thy uncreating word, 332.
dim religious, 250.
divine we need no, O, 715.
dry, 908.
every hour of, and dark a miracle, 744.
fantastic toe, 248.
feasting presence full of, 109.
fill to-night with hearts as, 633.
for after times, 507.
form of life and, 549.
from grave to, 273, 985.
from heaven, 447, 549.
Light from which they take, 664.
gains make heavy purses, 37.
gaze upon each orb of, 597.
gleaming tapers, 399.
glides in, 579.
go alone in the, 808.
hail holy, 230.
halls of dazzling, 865.
hate the day it lendeth, 30.
have neither heat nor, 180.
Hebrew knelt in the dying, 623.
hemisphere of, and another, 583.
his sleep was aery, 234.
I follow good-by to the, 764.
if the, is it is because God, 770.
in fame’s illusive, 767.
in heaven’s own, 496.
in liquid, 633.
is as the shining, 1017.
is sweet, truly the, 1023.
lady garmented in, 567.
lead kindly, 607.
leap to, 767.
let there be, 770, 1004.
lets in new, 221.
like a shaft of, 668.
like the, silently wrapping all, 742.
mellowed to that tender, 551.
men of inward, 214.
merely to officiate, 237.
night, the shadow of, 805.
no, but darkness visible, 225.
of a dark eye in woman, 544.
of a pleasant eye, 723.
of a whole life, 833.
of common day, 478.
of common hours, 848.
of day, rival in the, 482.
of fuller day, in the, 728.
of heaven, men have dimmed, 834.
of heaven restore, 340.
of hope, leave the, 514.
of it, they made, 1032.
of jurisprudence, gladsome, 24.
of light beguile, 54.
of love, 550.
of love, purple, 382.
of morn, golden, 592.
of other days, 523, 561.
of setting suns, 467.
of the body is the eye, 1030.
of the heaven she’s gone to, 733.
of the land and the sea, 821.
of the Mæonian star, 325.
of the morning gild it, 529.
of the world, ye are the, 1030.
of things, come forth into the, 466.
of thy countenance, 1010, 1043.
of truth, in the, 475.
out of hell leads up to, 227.
perfect pursuit of sweetness and, 755.
possessed with inward, 503.
presence full of, 109.
put out the, 156.
quivering aspen, 490.
relume, that thy, 156.
remnant of uneasy, 474.
 

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