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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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Beauteous eye of heaven, 79.
flower, may prove a, 106.
ruin lay, lovely in death the, 308.
ruin lies, prostrate the, 453.
Beauties, lovers admire thy naked, 555.
modestly conceals her, 378.
of exulting Greece, 356.
of holiness, 1015.
of the night, meaner, 174.
of the north, unripened, 298.
Beautifier, rank is a great, 630.
Beautiful, all round thee lying, 731.
all that is, shall abide, 817.
and free, their old age is, 471.
and to be wooed, 93.
as sweet and young as, 308.
beneath his touch, grow, 514.
beyond compare, 497.
both were young and one was, 552.
clear and purely, 553.
dream, love is a, 837.
early summer weather, 599.
exceedingly, 499.
eyes of my cash-box, 984.
for situation, 1012.
fresh roses dewy as morning, 751.
is night, how, 507.
to make the paths of June more, 779.
most, verb in the world, 868.
mouth in the world, most, 353.
necessity, from a, 695.
nothing happen more, than death, 742.
O night most, and rare, 751.
old rhyme, 163.
outward, appear, 1033.
over house-tops, moon, 743.
palace, the, 266.
peace is always, 744.
pea-green boat, in a, 703.
Rosalie Lee, was my, 635.
seems right by force, 659.
that war and all its deeds, 744.
the seeds of godlike power, 754.
the, the bright, 819.
thought, thou wert a, 546.
to the useful in life, 997.
tyrant! fiend angelical, 107.
what a deal of scorn looks, 76.
within our hearts the, ideal, 763.
Beautifuller, evening seemed, 712.
Beautifully blue, 507, 559.
less, fine by degrees and, 287.
Beauty, a thing of, 574.
a witty, 772.
adorned in naked, 234.
and her chivalry, 542.
and truth are worthy to be sought, 816.
and youth, wisdom rare in, 343.
as could die, as much, 178.
bereft of, 73.
born of murmuring sound, 469.
calls and glory shows the way, 281.
come near your, 93.
cost her nothing, 35.
dead, black chaos comes again, 161.
Beauty, dedicate his, to the sun, 104.
double, whenever a swan, 593.
draws us with a single hair, 326.
dreamed that life was, 719.
drunk with a, 855.
dwells in deep retreats, true, 485.
e’er gave, all that, 384.
elysian, 482.
fatal gift of, 545.
filling all the land with, 831.
fills the air around with, 545.
fires the blood, 273.
for ashes, 1026.
form of manliest, 436.
full-blown flower of glorious, 276.
garmented in light from her own, 567.
grave is all, 841.
grew, the conscious stone to, 614.
has no ebb, 849.
hath its source in the beautiful, 937.
hath strange power, 242.
his, clouds and closes, 807.
hold a plea, shall, 162.
if she unmask her, 129.
imaged there in happier, 482.
immortal awakes, 428.
in a brow of Egypt, 59.
in his life, daily, 156.
in need of praise, 938.
in the, of the lilies, 748.
is a joy forever, thing of, 574.
is a short-lived tyranny, 947.
is a silent deceit, 947.
is a sovereignty in need of no guards, 947.
is an ivory mischief, 947.
is easy enough to win, 779.
is its own excuse for being, 615.
is the best introduction, 947.
is the gift of God, 947.
is truth, truth beauty, 576.
is vain, 1021.
isle of, fare thee well, 589.
king arrayed in his, 587.
led captive, 240.
like the night, walks in, 551.
lingers, lines where, 548.
makes this vault a feasting presence, 109.
making beautiful old rhyme, 163.
of a thousand stars, clad in the, 41.
of surpassing, 888.
of the good old cause, 472.
of the world, 262.
on the shore, left their, 614.
or form we are borrowers, to, 699.
ornament of, is suspect, 162.
poetry as rhythmical creation of, 657.
power of, I remember the, 272.
provoketh thieves, 66.
rings of, 766.
see naught but vanity in, 730.
seems right by force of, 659.
seen is never lost, 650.
she walks in, 551.
slain, with him is, 161.
 

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