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" Woo terror to delight us. ... But to hear The roaring of the raging elements, . . To know all human skill, all human strength, Avail not, . . to look round, and only see The mountain wave incumbent with its weight Of bursting waters o'er the reeling bark... "
England in 1815 as Seen by a Young Boston Merchant - Page 4
by Joseph Ballard - 1913 - 180 pages
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The Emerald, Volumes 1-2

1806
...see, The mountain wave incumbent, with it* weight Of bursting waters o'«r -the reeling bark, . . . O God, this is indeed a dreadful thing ! And he who...doth never hear the storm Howl round his home, but he remeffi.bers it, And thinks upon the suffering mariner ! The description of the storm is admirable-...
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Madoc

Robert Southey - 1812
...see The mountain wave incumbent) with its weight Of bursting waters, o'er the reeling bark, . . . O God, this is indeed a dreadful thing ! And he who hath endured the horror, once, Of such ail hour, doth never hear the storm Howl round his home, but he remembers it, And thinks upon the suffering...
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The Monthly Anthology, and Boston Review, Volume 3

David Phineas Adams, Samuel Cooper Thacher - 1806
...only fee The mountain wave incumbent, with ils weight Of bmfting; water», o'er the reeling bark,.. О God, this is indeed a dreadful thing ! . And he who hath endured the honour, once, Of fuch an hour, doth new- hear the ftorm Howl round his home, but he remembers it, And...
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Madoc, Volume 1

Robert Southey - 1812
...waters, o'er the reeling bark, . . . 0 God, this is indeed a dreadful thing ! And he who hath endur'd the horror, once, Of such an hour, doth never hear...the storm Howl round his home, but he remembers it t And thinks upon the suffering mariner ! Onward we drove : with unabating force The tempest raged...
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Madoc, Volume 2

Robert Southey - 1812
...waters, o'er the reeling bark, . . . O God, this is indeed a dreadful thing ! And he who hath endur'd the horror, once, Of such an hour, doth never hear the storm Howl round his home, but lie remembers it, And thinks upon the suffering manner ! Onward we drove i with unabaMag fore* The...
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Spirit of the English Magazines, Volume 10

1821
...waters, o'er the reelnig harks*— This is. Indced, a dread and awful thing ! And he who hath endun-d the horror. once, of such an hour, doth never hear...his home, but he remembers it. And thinks upon the su Bering mariaerl Smtlicy. Feb. 1 5 — was anciently the Lupercalia, or Festival of Pan. It was nsual...
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Time's Telescope

Almanacs, English - 1821
...weight Of bursting waters, o'er the reeling barks, — This is, indeed, a dread and awful thing! And be who hath endured the horror, once, Of such an hour, doth never hear the storm Howl ronnd his home, but he remembers it, And thinks upon the suffering mariner ! SOHTHEY. In continuation...
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Readings in poetry: a selection from the best English poets, from Spenser to ...

1843
...not; to look round, and only see The mountain-wave incumbent, with its weight Of bursting waters, o'er the reeling bark: Oh God! this is indeed a dreadful...the horror once Of such an hour, doth never hear the storni Howl round his home, but he remembers it, And thinks upon the suffering mariner! Onward we drove;...
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The Poetical Works of Robert Southey, Volume 10

Robert Southey - English poetry - 1845 - 800 pages
...only see The mountain wave incumbent with its weight Of bursting waters o'er the reeling bark, . . . O God, this is indeed a dreadful thing ! And he who...doth never hear the storm Howl round his home, but be remembers it, And thinks upon the suffering mariner. Onward we drove : with unbating force The tempest...
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The Poets and Poetry of England, in the Nineteenth Century

Rufus Wilmot Griswold - Authors, English - 1845 - 504 pages
...only see The mountain wave incumbent, with its weight Of bursting waters, o'er the reeling hark, — O God, this is indeed a dreadful thing ! And he who...hour, doth never hear the storm Howl round his home, hut he remembers it, And thinks upon the suffering mariner ! CHILDHOOD OF JOAN OF ARC. HERS in solitude...
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