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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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Days are hastening on, lo the, 695.
are in the yellow leaf, 555.
are still and bright, 613.
are swifter than a shuttle, 1008.
are trances, all my, 655.
as thy, so thy strength, 1006.
begin with trouble here, 873.
born in better, 341.
brighten all our future, 380.
called the feast of Crispian, 92.
dames of ancient, 395.
dead-letter, 508.
dull and hoary, 264.
even from my boyish, 150.
fear nor wish for your last, 908.
find it after many, 1023.
flight of future, 227.
forty, and forty nights, 1004.
friend of my better, 562.
full of sweet, and roses, 204.
giants in those, 1004.
halcyon, 93.
hand in hand in the golden, 599.
happy mixtures of happy, 554.
heavenly, one of those, 469.
how short our happy, appear, 749.
in her right hand, length of, 1017.
in my born, 973.
in the week, of all the, 285.
in these Christian, 534.
late February, 790.
light doth trample on my, 263.
light of other, 523, 561.
live laborious, 247.
long as twenty, are now, 470.
looked on better, 68.
measure of my, 1012.
melancholy, are come, 573.
men in these degenerate, 337.
my, are dull and hoary, 264.
next, never so good, 899.
o’ auld lang syne, 449.
of absence sad and dreary, 988.
of art, elder, 642.
of childhood, in my, 509.
of few, and full of trouble, 1009.
of my distracting grief, 392.
of nature, in my, 131.
of old, in the brave, 604.
of old, which I heard in, 653.
of our years are threescore, 1014.
of thy youth, in the, 1023.
of your life, live all the, 293.
on evil, though fallen, 236.
one of those heavenly, 469.
our deeds, our, 767.
past our dancing, 105.
peace and slumberous calm, 575.
perfect, if ever come, 734.
pride of former, 519.
race of other, 564.
red-letter, 508.
salad, when I was green, 157.
shuts up the story of our, 26.
some, must be dark and dreary, 640.
supported by precedents, 912.
sweet childish, 470.
teach us to number our, 1014.
Days that are no more, 673.
that have been, fare from, 631.
that need borrow, 258.
the great of older, 774.
though fall’n on evil, 236.
to all our nights and, 117.
to lengthen our, 521.
to lose good, 29.
to remember better, 955.
trample on my, 263.
we have seen better, 68, 109.
we know not of, 806.
weaving the web of, 806.
when we went gypsying, 632.
with God we passed the, 305.
with toil winding up, 92.
woe is me through all my, 834.
world of happy, 96.
Day’s business, end of this, 115.
garish eye, 250.
life, death of each, 120.
long toil is past, 594.
march nearer home, 497.
sorrow of each, growing, 789.
work and his night’s work, 805.
Daylight and truth meet, 255.
can see a church by, 50.
confines of truth and, 255.
finish, must in death your, 713.
sick, this night is but the, 66.
we burn, 45.
Day-star arise in your hearts, 1041.
of might, 857.
so sinks the, 248.
Daze the world, 606.
Dazzle the vision feminine, 606.
Dazzles to blind, 428.
Dazzling and glorious concentration of courage, 994.
fence of rhetoric, 246.
Dazzlingly in full dress, 555.
De mortuis nil nisi bonum, 944.
Deacon swear, enough to make a, 737.
Dead, and all the rest are, 647.
and gone, he is, 405.
and the seas give up their, 578.
and turned to clay, 144.
are there, knoweth not the, 1017.
as Chelsea, 1046.
as yon dead world the moon, 683.
being, with him is beauty slain, 161.
better be with the, 121.
bivouac of the, 866.
but sceptred sovereign, 554.
converse with the mighty, 356.
cup to the, already, 756.
day that is, grace of a, 670.
days among the, 506.
death is to the, 810.
evil become lost and, 743.
fading honours of the, 487.
fault against the, 127.
for a ducat, dead, 140.
for us, no past is, 779.
he mourns the, 307.
ideas, 996.
I’m king of the, 660.
in his harness, 1029.
 

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