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" Upon the fast receding hills that dim and distant rise. No marvel that the lady wept, — there was no land on earth She loved like that dear land, although she owed it not her birth ; It was her mother's land, the land of childhood and of friends, —... "
The Literary souvenir; or, Cabinet of poetry and romance, ed. by A.A. Watts ... - Page 114
edited by - 1829
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Summer and Winter Hours

Henry Glassford Bell - English poetry - 1831 - 174 pages
...not her birth : It was her mother's land — the land of childhood and of friends — It was the land where she had found for all her griefs amends —...the land where she had known The tranquil convent's hush'd repose, and the splendours of a throne : No marvel that the lady wept, — it was the land of...
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Principles of elocution

William Graham (teacher of elocution.) - 1837
...not her birth ; It was her mother's land, the laud of childhood and of friends — It was the land where she had found for all her griefs amends —...the land where she had known The tranquil convent's hush'd repose, and the splendours of a throne: No marvel that the lady wept — it was the land of...
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Sharpe's London Magazine, Volume 4

English literature - 1847
...j tilth!— I l! was her mother's land, — the land of ehildhood and of friends : It was the land where she had found for all her griefs amends ; The land where her dear hushand slept ; the land where she had known The tranquil eonvent's ealm repose, and the splendour...
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Lays and Lyrics of the Nineteenth Century

1863
...not her birth. It was her mother's land, the land of childhood and of friends, — It was the land where she had found for all her griefs amends —...tranquil convent's hushed repose, and the splendours of a tnrone. No marvel that the lady wept — it was the land of France — The chosen home of chivalry...
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The advanced reader

Scottish school-book assoc - 1863
...she had found 1 for all her griefs 1 amends— The land 1 where her dead husband1 slept—the laud1 where she had known The tranquil convent's hushed repose, and the splendours of a throne: No marvel 1 that the lady 1 wept—it was the land of France— The chosen home of chivalry—the garden' of...
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The Progressive English reading books, Volume 4

Nelson Thomas and sons, ltd - 1866
...it not her birth; It was her mother's land, the land of childhood and of friends — It was the land where she had found for all her griefs amends —...chosen home of chivalry — the garden of romance ! MARY, QUEEN OF SCOTS. The past wiis bright, like those dear hills so far behind her bark; The future,...
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Romances and Minor Poems

Henry Glassford Bell - 1866 - 214 pages
...it not her birth : It was her mother's land ; the land of childhood and of friends ; It was the land where she had found for all her griefs amends ; The...convent's hushed repose, and the splendours of a throne : Xo marvel that the lady wept, it was the land of France, The chosen home of chivalry, the garden...
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The Advanced Reader

Readers - 1866 - 400 pages
...it not her birth; It was her mother's land, the land of childhood and of friends — It was the land where she had found for all her griefs amends— The...tranquil convent's hushed repose, and the splendours o( a throne : No marvel that the lady wept — it was the land of France— The chosen home of chivalry...
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The Christian world magazine (and family visitor)., Volume 3

...birth ; It was her mother's land, the land of childhood and of friends ; It was tho land where sho had found for all her griefs amends ; The land where...husband slept— the land where she had known The tranqnil convent's hashed repose, and the splendours of a throne; No marvel that the lady wept —...
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Romances and Minor Poems

Henry Glassford Bell - 1866 - 214 pages
...it not her birth : It was her mother's land ; the land of childhood and of friends ; It was the land where she had found for all her griefs amends ; The land where her dead husband slept j the land where she had known The tranquil convent's hushed repose, and the splendours of a throne...
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