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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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Exulting, bells I hear the people all, 744.
Eye and ear, we lack but open, 650.
and prospect of his soul, 53.
and the love-light in your, 637.
apple of his, 1006.
apple of the, 1010.
bear welcome in your, 117.
behind you, an you had any, 76.
bend your on vacancy, 141.
black is a pearl in woman’s, 35.
blow the horrid deed in every, 118.
brighter when we come, 556.
could not ’scape the Almighty’s, 314.
courtier’s soldier’s, 136.
day’s garish, 250.
defiance in their, 395.
did see that face, 23.
dissolved in dew, 427.
distinguish not by the, 901.
don’t view me with a critic’s, 459.
explain the asking, 328.
fades in his, 298.
fire in each, 326.
for eye tooth for tooth, 1005.
foresees, whose certain, 343.
fringed curtains of thine, 43.
glad me with its soft black, 526.
glances, are where thy dark, 655.
great, of heaven, 27.
great task-master’s, 252.
guard me with a watchful, 300.
half hidden from the, 469.
harmony in her bright, 259.
harvest of a quiet, 471.
hearing ear and seeing, 1019.
heaven in her, 237.
hide her shame from every, 403.
I have a good, 50.
in a fine frenzy rolling, 59.
in my mind’s, 128.
lack-lustre, looking on it with, 68.
light of a dark, 544.
light of a pleasant, 723.
light of the body is the, 1030.
like Mars to threaten, 140.
lion heart and eagle, 392.
locked up from mortal, 258.
looks with a threatening, 79.
looks yellow to the jaundiced, 325.
lovely in her husband’s, 465.
man a microscopic, 316.
muse on nature with a poet’s, 513.
nature’s walks, 375.
negotiate for itself, 51.
no, hath seen such scarecrows, 86.
not satisfied with seeing, 1022.
of a needle, camel through the, 1032.
of childhood fears a painted devil, 120.
of Greece, Athens the, 241.
of heaven, beauteous, 79.
of heaven visits, places that the, 80.
of Him who made us, the, 691.
of nature, lived in, 468.
of newt and toe of frog, 123.
of solitude, that inward, 475.
Eye of the day, 6, 251, 434.
of the intellect, 582.
of time, 345.
of vulgar light, 520.
one auspicious and dropping, 127.
open alle night with, 1.
peril in thine, 105.
postern of a small needle’s, 82.
power behind the, 620.
precious seeing to the, 56.
pupil of the human, 518.
saw me it gave witness to me, 1009.
sleep all night with open, 1.
smile in her, 590.
still-soliciting, 146.
sublime declared, 232.
such beauty as a woman’s, 55.
sun cannot be looked at with a steady, 980.
tear in her, 489.
tear stands trembling in her, 343.
that inward, 475.
the seeing, 1019.
thy glorious, shines on me still, 613.
to watch, no, 522.
twinkling of an, 62, 1038.
unborrowed from the, 467.
unforgiving, an, 442.
unpresumptuous, 421.
upward glancing of an, 497.
was bright, I saw her, 586.
was dim and cold, his, 623.
was in itself a soul, that, 550.
was not dim, his, 1006.
was on the censer, 689.
watch in every old man’s, 106.
wave before the half-shut, 357.
welcome in your, your hand, 117.
where feeling plays, an, 486.
which hath the merriest, 93.
white wench’s black, 106.
who sees with equal, 315.
will mark our coming, 556.
with a watchful, 300.
with his glittering, 498.
with threatening, 79.
yet the sweet closing of an, 700.
Eyes and eares and every thought, 23.
and shame them with thine, 608.
are dim with childish tears, my, 471.
are homes of silent prayer, 674.
are in his mind, his, 503.
as stars of twilight fair, 474.
beholds her image in her, 756.
bend on me thy tender, 632.
black, and lemonade, 519.
book in many’s, 104.
close up his, 94.
closed his, in endless night, 382.
cobwebs out of my, 976.
cynosure of neighbouring, 248.
dear as these, 280.
deeper than depth of waters, 769.
did once inhabit, holes where, 96.
displayed the joy of youth, 444.
drink to me only with thine, 179.
dulled with sin, 834.
eloquence of, 339.
 

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