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" Correct in thought, she judged a servant's place Preserved a rustic beauty from disgrace. But yet on Sunday-eve, in freedom's hour With secret joy she felt that beauty's power, When some proud bliss upon the heart would steal, That poor or rich , a beauty... "
Wissenschaftliche Grammatik der englischen Sprache von E. Fiedler (C. Sachs). - Page 67
by Eduard Fiedler - 1850
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Poems, Issue 346

Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Charles Lamb, Charles Lloyd - English poetry - 1797 - 278 pages
...prophecies in anguish of spirit, the downfall of this Country. ODE on the DEPARTING YEAR. STROPHE I. SPIRIT ! who sweepest the wild Harp of Time, It is most hard with an untroubled Ear Thy dark inwoven Harmonies to hear ! Yet, mine eye fist on Heaven's unchanging clime,...
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Poems

Samuel Taylor Coleridge - English poetry - 1803 - 202 pages
...T^ Ayotr y' Mj9oftvr( /*' ef f. Y. AGAMEH. 1225 153 ODE DEPARTING YEAR. STROPHE I. BEING ! who sweepest the wild Harp of Time, It is most hard with an untroubled Ear Thy dark inwoven Harmonies to heav !' Yet, mine eye fix'd on Heaven's unchanging clime,...
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The Universal magazine, Volume 10

....!.'.'. her well, whom yet they wish'd away; Correct in thought, she judg'da Servant's Place Preserv'da Rustic Beauty from disgrace ; But yet on Sunday-eve in Freedom's hour, With secret joy shefelt that Beauty's power; When some proud bliss upon the Heart would steal, That, poor or rich,...
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Poems

George Crabbe - Poetry, English - 1808 - 258 pages
...whom yet they wish'd away ; Correct in thought, she judg'da Servant's Place •, • ' J Preserv'da Rustic Beauty from disgrace ; But yet on Sunday-eve...steal, That, poor or rich, a Beauty still must feel. — '• ••' "• . T„I At length, the Youth, ordain'd to move her breast, Before the Swains...
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Poems

George Crabbe - Poetry, English - 1808 - 258 pages
...her well, whom yet they wish'd away ;• Correct in Thought, she judg'da Servant's Place Preserv'da rustic Beauty from Disgrace ; But yet on Sunday-Eve...felt that Beauty's Power ; When some proud Bliss upon tlie Heart would steal, That, poor or rich, a Beauty still must feel. — At length, the Youth ordain'd...
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Poems

George Crabbe - Poetry, English - 1808 - 258 pages
...Disgrace ; But yet on Sunday-Eve in Freedom's Hour, AVith secret Joy she felt that Beauty's Power ; \Vhen some proud Bliss upon the Heart would steal, That, poor or rich, a Beauty still must feel. — At length, the Youth ordain'd to move her breast. Before the Swains with bolder Spirit press'd...
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Poems

George Crabbe - Engelse digkuns - 1808 - 258 pages
...judg'da Servant's Place Preserv'da rustic Beauty from Disgrace ; But yet on Sunday-Eve in Freedom's Home, With secret Joy she felt that Beauty's Power ; When some proud Bliss upon the Heart would steak That, poor or rich, a Beauty still must feel. — At length, the Youth ordain'd to move her breast,....
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Poems, Volume 1

George Crabbe - 1812
...wish'd her well, whom yet they wish'd away. Correct in thought, she judg'da servant's place Preserv'il a rustic beauty from disgrace ; But yet on Sunday-eve...steal, That, poor or rich, a beauty still must feel. — At length, the youth, ordain'd to move her breast, Before the swains with bolder spirit press'd...
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The works of George Crabbe, Volume 1

George Crabbe - 1816
...wish'd her well, whom yet they wish'd away. Correct in thought, she judg'da servant's place Preserv'da rustic beauty from disgrace ; But yet on Sunday-eve...steal, That, poor or rich, a beauty still must feel. — At length, the youth, ordain'd to move her breast, Before the swains with bolder spirit press'd...
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Sibylline Leaves: A Collection of Poems

Samuel Taylor Coleridge - 1817 - 303 pages
...second Epode prophecies, in anguish of spirit, the downfall of this country. ODE ON THE DEPARTING YEAR* SPIRIT who sweepest the wild Harp of Time! It is most hard, with an untroubled ear Thy dark inwoven harmonies to hear ! Yet, mine eye fixt on Heaven's unchanging clime,...
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