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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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Death, come lovely and soothing, 744.
come to the bridal chamber, 562.
comes at last, 850.
cometh soon or late, 604.
covenant with, 1026.
coward sneaks to, 859.
cruel as, 356.
cruel, is always near, 873.
darkling, 799.
dear beauteous, 264.
despite of day and night and, 678.
doors that lead to, 218.
drawing near her, 221.
dread of something after, 136.
dull cold ear of, 384.
early, to favourites, 546.
eclipsed the gayety of nations, 369.
eloquent just and mighty, 26.
ending in, at last, 790.
epitaph after your, 134.
ere thou hast slain another, 179.
faithful unto, 1041.
fell sergeant, 145.
first day of, 548.
four fingers from, 944.
from sickness unto, 497.
give me liberty or give me, 430.
gone to her, 595.
grim, 194, 229.
grinned horrible, 229.
guilty of his own, 143.
had the majority long since, 355.
harbingers of blood and, 126.
has done all death can, 709.
has ever truly longed for, 666.
has shaken out, 578.
hath a thousand doors, 180, 194.
hath so many doors, 198.
heaven given to its favourites early, 546.
herald after my, 101.
his Maker and the angel, 502.
how wonderful is, 567.
hymn to his own, 80.
I bled and cryed out, 229.
I would fain die a dry, 42.
in battle, prize of, 737.
in itself is nothing, 276.
in life, oh, 673.
in that sleep of, 135.
in the alabaster arms of, 813.
in the midst of life, 1043.
in the pot, 1008.
into the world, brought, 223.
intrenched, 309.
is a secret of nature, 937.
is an angel with two faces, 835.
is an eternal sleep, 991.
is beautiful, 738.
is but one more to-morrow, 774.
is certain to all, 89.
is nigh at hand, 937.
is not the worst evil, 882.
is strict in his arrest, 145.
is the ugly fact, 776.
is this life really, 952.
is to the dead, 810.
just and mightie, 26.
Death kneeling by his bed, 40.
laid low in, 514.
lays his icy hands, 209.
lieth at the point of, 1033.
life is ever lord of, 651.
life, the shadow of, 805.
life perfected by, 657.
long mysterious exodus of, 647.
looks gigantically down, 654.
love is strong as, 1024.
loves a shining mark, 309.
lurks in every flower, 535.
makes equal the high and low, 9.
man makes a, 308.
may give, that, 790.
meetest for, 64.
men equal in presence of, 894.
men fear, 164.
most in apprehension, 48.
nativity chance or, 46.
no difference between life and, 943.
no other herald after my, 101.
not divided in, 1007.
nothing happen more beautiful than, 742.
nothing our own but, 82.
of a dear friend, the, 59.
of each day’s life, 120.
of his saints, 1015.
of kings, sad stories of the, 82.
of princes, heavens blaze forth, the, 112.
of the righteous, 1005.
of the saints of the Lord, 1015.
old men’s prayers for, 883.
on our dull side of, 680.
only craves not gifts, 882.
paradise to what we fear for, 49.
quiet us in, so noble, 242.
reaper whose name is, 639.
remembered kisses after, 673.
rides on every breeze, 535.
righteous hath hope in his, 1018.
ruling passion strong in, 321.
sense of, most in apprehension, 48.
shades of, 228.
shadow of, 1008.
shook his dart, 240.
should sing, ’t is strange that, 80.
silence deep as, 515.
silent halls of, 572.
slavery or, which to choose, 298.
sleep before, 922.
sleep is a, 218.
smooth the bed of, 328.
sooner or later delicate, 744.
sorrows of, compassed me, 1010.
soul under the ribs of, 245.
speak me fair in, 65.
still lovely in, 308.
studied in his, 117.
succeeded life so softly, 270.
such ugly sights of, 96.
sure-enwinding arms of cool-enfolding, 744.
sweats to, Falstaff, 84.
the beauteous ruin lovely in, 308.
the best that, to live can give, 799.
 

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