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" Thee I account still happy, and the chief Among the nations, seeing thou art free. "
Excursions in the north of Europe, ... in 1830 and 1833 - Page 356
by John Barrow - 1834 - 120 pages
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Poems,

William Cowper - 1800 - 420 pages
...and though squeez'd By public exigence till annual food Fails for the craving hunger of the state, Thee I account still happy, and the chief Among the...nations, seeing thou art free : My native nook of earth ! Thy clime is rude, Replete with vapours, and disposes much All hearts to sadness, and none more than...
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Poems, Volume 2

William Cowper - English poetry - 1802
...and though squeez'd By public exigence till annual food Fails for the craving hunger of the state, Thee I account still happy, and the chief Among the...nations, seeing thou art free : My native nook of earth ! Thy clime is rude, Replete with vapours, and disposes much All hearts to sadness, and none more than...
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Elegant Extracts, Volumes 1-2

Vicesimus Knox - English poetry - 1809
...though so.uce/.'d Bv public exigence till annual font! Fails for the craving hunger of the state, Thee 1 ey plunge tumultuous, or thro' reedy pools Hustling they wink ! thy clime is rude, Replete with vapors, and disposes much All hearts to sadness, and none. more,...
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The Task: A Poem. In Six Books

William Cowper - English poetry - 1810 - 193 pages
...and though squeez'd By public exigence till annual food Fails for the craving hunger of the state, Thee I account still happy, and the chief Among the...nations, seeing thou art free : My native nook of earth ! Thy clime is rude, Replete with vapors, and disposes much AH hearts to sadness, and none more than...
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Think's-I-to-myself: A Serio-ludicro, Tragico-comico Tale, Volume 2

Edward Nares - 1811
...— though squeez'd By public exigence 'till annual food Fails for the craving hunger of the State, Thee I account still happy, and the chief Among the nations, seeing thou art free, And being free, I love thee ; for the sake Of that one feature can be well content, Disturb'd as thou...
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Thinks-I-to-myself: A Serio-ludicro, Tragico-comico Tale

Edward Nares - Electronic books - 1812 - 215 pages
...Earth : though squeez'd By public exigence till annual food Fails for the craving hunger of the State, Thee I account still happy, and the chief Among the nations, seeing thou art free, And being free, 1 love thee ; for the sake Of that one feature can be well content, Dis.turb'd us thou...
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Poems, Volume 2

William Cowper - 1815
...and though squeez'd By public exigence, till annual food Fails for the craving hunger of the state, Thee I account still happy, and the chief Among the...nations, seeing thou art free ; My native nook of earth ! Thy clime is rude, Replete with vapours, and disposes much All hearts to sadness, and none more than...
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Poems,

William Cowper - English poetry - 1817
...and thongh squeezed By puhlic exigence till annual food Fails for the craving hunger of the state, Thee I account still happy, and the chief Among the nations, seeing thon art free ; My native nook of earth ! Thy clime is rnde, Replete with vapours, and disposes much...
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Considerations on the Principal Events of the French Revolution, Volume 3

Madame de Staël - France - 1818
...Duke of Norfolk as to the meanest porter in England, because it protects both with the same equity. Thee I account still happy, and the chief Among the...nations, seeing thou art free, My native nook of earth ! Thy clime is rude, Replete with vapours, and disposes much AH hearts to sorrow, and none more than...
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Considérations sur les principaux évènemens de la Révolution ..., Volume 3

Anne Louise Germaine Staël-Holstein (baronne de.) - France - 1818
...dernier porte faix de l'Angleterre , parce qu'elle protége aussi équitablement l'un, que l'autre. Thee I account still happy, and the chief Among the nations , seeing l lu ni art free , My native nook of earth ! Thy clime is rude , Replete with vapours, and disposes...
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