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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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Desire more love, I shall, 66.
of fame and love of truth, 681.
of glory, 903.
of knowledge in excess, 165.
of love, joy, 837.
of power in excess, 165.
of receiving greater benefits, 982.
of the moth for the star, 567.
shall fail, 1023.
the soul’s sincere, 497.
this fond, 298.
to be immortal, all men, 694.
to gain the bliss of thy, 802.
vision of unfilled, 954.
Desires of the mind, 169.
sordid hopes and vain, 534.
your hearts, be with you, 66.
Desired, it is that which I, 1029.
no more to be, 974.
Desks, stick close to your, 801.
Desk’s dead wood, 509.
Desolate heart, blew cold on my, 613.
no one so utterly, 640.
none are so, 541.
sands eternal moan, on its, 717.
streams, sitting by, 819.
whisperings around, shores, 577.
wind-swept space, 798.
Desolation, abomination, of, 1033.
and dim night, silence and, 655.
full of sweet, 577.
Despair, black, 564.
conscience wakes, 231.
depth of some divine, 672.
doubt is brother-devil to, 820.
fiercer by, 226.
from hope and from, 340.
hurried question of, 550.
nympholepsy of some fond, 546.
of getting out, 180.
our final hope is flat, 226.
shall I wasting in, 199.
that slumbered, 231.
the message of, 513.
the twin-born of devotion, 805.
the warder is, 836.
the winter’s gray, 829.
where reason would, 377.
where seraphs might, 540.
wrath and infinite, 231.
Despaires, comfortlesse, 30.
Despairing, sweeter for thee, 452.
Despatch is the soul of business, 353.
that business quickly, 1002.
Despatchful looks, 235.
Desperate appliance, relieved by, 141.
disease, desperate cure for, 961.
diseases grown, 141.
part, acting a silent, 746.
steps, beware of, 423.
Despise me, ay do, 428.
Despised, I like to be, 428.
weak and, old man, 147.
Despite of day and night and death, 678.
of every faith and creed, 683.
Despond, slough of, 265.
Despondency and madness, 470.
Desponding, morose or, view, 603.
Despot’s heel is on thy shore, 813.
Destined page, 456.
prey, 838.
snare, the, 769.
Destinies, fates and, 62.
Destiny, hanging and wiving go by, 63.
in shady leaves of, 258.
man’s genius is a, 928.
marriage and hanging go by, 192.
one country, one, 531.
wedding is, 10.
Destroy his fib or sophistry, 327.
is murder, one to, 311.
strong only to, 421.
them, have every house to, 743.
Destroyed by thought, 413.
once, never supplied, 396.
so cowardly, 83.
Destroying, fighting and still, 272.
Destruction of the poor, 1017.
pride goeth before, 1018.
startles at, 298.
that wasteth at noonday, 1014.
Destructive man, smiling, 281.
woman, damnable deceitful, 280.
Desuetude, innocuous, 804.
Desultory man, 417.
Detach ourselves from all that is perishable, 994.
Detect, lose it the moment you, 320.
Detector of the heart, 307.
Detest the offence, 336.
Detestable curiosity, damnable and, 663.
Detraction at your heels, 76.
will not suffer it, 87.
Developed from monkeys, men were, 605.
Deviates into sense, never, 269.
Device, banner with the strange, 641.
of movable types, 584.
Devices still are overthrown, 138.
Devil a monk was he, 958.
as a roaring lion, 1041.
at everything, 973.
author of lies, 193.
bane of all that dread the, 466.
brooked the eternal, 110.
builds a chapel, 192, 196, 206, 286.
can cite Scripture, 61.
defy the, 76.
did grin, the, 501.
don’t let him go to the, 372.
drives, when the, 18, 73, 958, 973.
drove them, as if the, 958.
eat with the, 18.
every man was god or, 268.
fears a painted, 120.
for all, 191.
go poor, get thee gone, 378.
go to the, 372.
God or, every man was, 268.
has the largest congregation, 286.
hath power to assume, 135.
have all the good tunes, 861.
his due, give the, 83.
how the, they got there, 327.
 

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