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" Farewell, ye blooming fields ! ye cheerful plains ! Enough for me the churchyard's lonely mound, Where Melancholy with still Silence reigns, And the rank grass waves o'er the cheerless ground. "
The Mirror of literature, amusement, and instruction [ed. by T. Byerley ... - Page 363
edited by - 1823
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The Mourner's Gift

Mrs. M. A. Patrick - Consolation - 1837 - 192 pages
...dreary shore, The sluggish streams that slowly creep below, Which mortals visit, and return no more. Farewell ye blooming fields ! ye cheerful plains ; Enough for me the churchyard's lowly mound, Where melancholy with still silence reigns, And the rank grass waves o'er the cheerless...
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The Ladies' Repository, Volume 17

Methodist Episcopal Church - 1857
...mortals visit and return no more. Farewell, ye bloeming fields ! ye cheerful plains ! Enough for mo the church-yard's lonely mound, Where melancholy with...rank grass waves o'er the cheerless ground. There let mo wander at tho shut of eve, When sleep sits dewy on the laborer's eyes ; The world and all its busy...
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Specimens of the British Poets: With Biographical and Critical Notices, and ...

Thomas Campbell - Authors, English - 1844 - 716 pages
...dreary shore, The sluggish streams that slowly creep below, Which mortals visit, and return no more. tive soil ! cheerlesa ground. There let me wander at the close of eve, When sleep sits dewy on the labourer's eyes...
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Cyclopędia of English Literature: A History, Critical and ..., Volume 2

Robert Chambers - English literature - 1844
...dreary shore, The sluggish streams that slowly creep below, Which mortals visit, and return no more. gross waves o'er the cheerless ground. There let me wander at the shut of ere, When sleep sits dewy...
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The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, Volume 8

American literature - 1846
...which close with a hope that one so blameless in life might well cling to as his sheet-anchor : — "Farewell, ye blooming fields! ye cheerful plains...churchyard's lonely mound, Where melancholy with still silencti reigns, And the rank grass waves o'er the cheerless ground. There let me wander at the shut...
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Cyclopędia of English literature, Volume 2

Robert Chambers - 1844
...plains ! Knough for me the churchyard's lonely mound, I Where melancholy with still silence reign«, ime in carrying on the siege of Dendermond, parallel with the allies, who pressed thei ете, When sleep sits dewy on the labourer's eyes : The world and all its busy follies leave, And...
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The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 8

1846
...well cling to as his sheet-anchor : — "Farewell, ye blooming fields ! ye cheerful plain« ! F.nough for me the churchyard's lonely mound, Where melancholy...let me wander at the shut of eve, When sleep sits dewy on the luborer'seyes : The world and all its busy fullie« leave, And talk with Wisdum where my...
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The Torch

..."Farewell, ye blooming fields! ye cheerful plains! F,nong!i for me the churchyard's lonely immnil, Where melancholy with still silence reigns, And the...let me wander at the shut of eve, When sleep sits ilcwy on the labourer's eyes: The worM ;iml a)' its busy follies leave, And talk with Wisdom where...
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The Genius of Scotland: Or Sketches of Scottish Scenery, Literature and Religion

Robert Turnbull - Scotland - 1847 - 379 pages
...dreary shore, The sluggish streams that slowly sleep below, Which mortals visit, and return no more. Farewell, ye blooming fields ! ye cheerful plains...let me wander at the shut of eve, When sleep sits dewy on the laborer's eyes; The world and all its busy follies leave, And talk with Wisdom where my...
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The English Presbyterian Messenger, Volume 1

1848
...the sashed window fringed with honeysuckle which his own hands had trained, or his own premonition of the " ' Church-yard's lonely mound, Where melancholy...And the rank grass waves o'er the cheerless ground,' to make us return to the perusal of such verses again and again. Edmund Burke pronounced his ' Ode...
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