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" No marvel that the lady wept — it was the land of France — The chosen home of chivalry — the garden of romance ! The past was bright, like those dear hills so far behind her bark ; The future, like the gathering night, was ominous and dark! One... "
The Literary souvenir; or, Cabinet of poetry and romance, ed. by A.A. Watts ... - Page 115
edited by - 1829
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The Literary Souvenir

English literature - 1829
...her bark ; The future, like the gathering night, was ominous and dark ! .r : 4 Hl.nni X- r,, K.Nnvfl One gaze again — one long last gaze — "adieu,...breeze comes forth — she is alone on the unconscious The scene was changed. It was an eve of raw and surly mood, And in a turret-chamber high of ancient...
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Summer and Winter Hours

Henry Glassford Bell - English poetry - 1831 - 174 pages
...those dear hills so far behind her bark; The future, like the gathering night, was ominous and dark ! One gaze again — one long last gaze, — " Adieu,...listening to the rain, and sighing with the winds, That seem'd to suit the stormy state of men's uncertain minds. MARY QUEEN OF SCOTS. 13 The touch of care...
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The Edinburgh literary journal; or, Weekly register of criticism ..., Volume 5

1831
...flew, they left behind a long continuing light." • " * • * u T\ie scene wai changed. 1 1 was an eve of raw and surly mood, And in a turret-chamber...listening to the rain, and sighing with the winds, That seem'd to suit the stormy state of men's uncertain minds. The touch of care had hlanch'd her cheek,...
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The Edinburgh Literary Journal: Or, Weekly Register of Criticism ..., Volume 5

Great Britain - 1831
...uncounted in their flight. And as they flew, they left behind a long continuing light." • ••* " The scene was changed. It was an eve of raw and surly...And in a turret-chamber high of ancient Holyrood, Sit Mary, listening to the rain, and sighing with the winds, Tluit seem'd to suit the stormy state...
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The Edinburgh Literary Journal: Or, Weekly Register of Criticism ..., Volume 5

1831
...flight, And as they flew, they left behind a long continuing light." • * • • • • •• The scene was changed. It was an eve of raw and surly mood, Arid iti a turret-chamber high of ancient Holyrood, Sat Mary, listening to the rain, and sighing with...
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The Edinburgh Literary Journal: Or, Weekly Register of Criticism ..., Volume 5

Great Britain - 1831
...in their flight. And a-, they flew, they left behind along continuing light." • * " * • " The scene was changed. It was an eve of raw and surly moud, And in a turret-chamber high of ancient Holyrood, Sit Mary, listening to the rain, and sighing...
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Principles of elocution

William Graham (teacher of elocution.) - 1837
...those dear hills so far behind her bark ; The future, like the gathering night, was ominous and dark ! One gaze again— one long, last gaze — " Adieu,...listening to the rain, and sighing with the winds, That seem'd to suit the stormy state of men's uncertain minds. The touch of care had blanch'd her cheek...
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A Visit to the Antipodes: With Some Reminiscences of a Sojourn in Australia

E. Lloyd, A squatter - Australia - 1846 - 188 pages
...there was no land on earth She loved like that dear land, though she owed it not her birth. ****** One gaze again, — one long, last gaze, Adieu ! fair...comes forth, she is alone On the unconscious sea.-' Between nine and ten in the evening, the captain and I were talking in the after-cabin, when our attention...
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A Visit to the Antipodes: With Some Reminiscences of a Sojourn in Australia

E. Lloyd, A squatter - Australia - 1846 - 188 pages
...there was no land on earth She loved like that dear land, though she owed it not her birth. ****** One gaze again, — one long, last gaze, Adieu ! fair...breeze comes forth, she is alone On the unconscious sea.'1 Between nine and ten in the evening, the captain and I were talking in the after-cabin, when...
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The Practical Elocutionist: An Extensive Collection of Recitations, Selected ...

Conrad Hume Pinches - Elocution - 1854 - 444 pages
...night, was ominous and dark ! One gaze again — one long, last gaze — " Adieu, fair France, tothee!" The breeze comes forth — she is alone on the unconscious...listening to the rain, and sighing with the winds, That seem'd to suit the stormy state of men's uncertain minds. The touch of care had blanch'd her cheek...
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