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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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Darkness of the land, ring out the, 676.
of the sky, cast the, 23.
peering, deep into that, 656.
pestilence that walketh in, 1014.
prince of, 147, 256.
raven down of, 244.
sorrows and, 535.
through, up to God, 320, 675.
universal, buries all, 332.
visible, no light but, 223.
which may be felt, 1005.
Darksome cave they enter, 28.
Darling, an old man’s, 19.
of nature, 962.
sin, his, 501.
the Frenchman’s, 421.
the poet’s, 473.
Darlings, wealthy curled, 149.
Darnel cockle wild oats, 969.
Darning ragged hose, passed night away, 758.
Dart, death shook his, 240.
feather on the fatal, 539.
laughter winged his, 803.
like the poisoning of a, 261.
shook a dreadful, 228.
stricken with a, 882.
time shall throw a, at thee, 179.
Darts, breaking the bundle of, 917.
to its delight, soul that, 757.
Dash between the two, 772.
him to pieces, 114.
maturest counsels, 226.
o’er the surface skims with a, 820.
Date, short is my, 339.
Daughter am I in my mother’s house, 853.
farewell to thee Araby’s, 526.
lyeth at the point of death, 1033.
of his voice, sole, 239.
of Jove, relentless power, 382.
of my house and heart, 542.
of the dawn, 338, 342.
of the voice of God, 475.
one fair, and no more, 134.
still harping on my, 133.
such an one for, 791.
this old man’s, 149.
to her daughter take, 869.
you have a, 799.
Daughters, fairest of fair Zurich’s, 865.
fairest of her, 232.
horseleech hath two, 1021.
many, have done virtuously, 1021.
of earth, words are the, 368.
of my father’s house, 76.
so curses all Eve’s, 46.
words are men’s, 368.
Daughter’s daughter cries, 874.
heart, preaching down a, 669.
Dauphiness at Versailles, 409.
David and Josias, 872.
not only hating, 268.
Daw, no wiser than a, 93.
Daws to peck at, 149.
Dawn, belong not to the, 235.
creation’s, 547.
Dawn comes up like thunder, 852.
daughter of the, 338, 342.
dewy as morning colored like, 751.
golden exhalations of the, 504.
is breaking, gray, 861.
is overcast, the, 297.
later star of, 485.
may-time and the cheerful, 474.
no, no dusk no noon, 595.
of day, two towers of sail at, 727.
of light, 563.
on our darkness, 535.
the wind that sighs before the, 785.
Dawns, the diamond, 766.
Dawning, bird of, 127.
of morn, with the, 515.
tongue and pen aid the, 718.
what makes his, glow, 611.
Day after the fair, 12.
and in my, the sun doth, 722.
and my philosophies, had my, 680.
and night and death, despite, 678.
and night, more sure than, 436.
and night, O, 133.
and the way we met, 806.
are scarce descried, at dawn of, 727.
arriving in, in night to all, 744.
as it fell upon a, 175.
as one shall see in a summer’s, 57.
as she lay on that, 453.
at the close of the, 428.
be drunk the business of the, 273.
be she fairer than the, 199.
better deed the better, 172.
better, the worse deed, 282.
beyond the night across the, 670.
big the fate of Cato, 297.
blabbing and remorseful, 94.
break of, 49.
breathing time of, with me, 145.
brought back my night, 252.
brought too long a, 592.
burden and heat of the, 1032.
by algebra tell what hour of, 210.
by day, with patience, 794.
by day, I shall find how, 608.
by day, lingers slowly, 686.
by day, that see we, 5.
by day the dead leaves fall, 770.
by water fire or air, that, 769.
cap by night a stocking all the, 401.
cares that infest the, 641.
chest of drawers by, 397.
close the drama with the, 312.
close the eye of, 251.
compare as, with night, 755.
continual dropping in a rainy, 1021.
count that, lost, 874.
daisie the eye of the, 6.
darkest, the, 423.
deceased, of every, 307.
deficiencies of the present, 368.
denies to gaudy, 551.
dies like the dolphin, parting, 545.
dog will have his, 145.
dogs ye have had your, 347.
each, critic on the last, 325.
each moment is a, 627.
 

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