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Strana 21 - How sleep the brave, who sink to rest, By all their country's wishes blest ! When Spring, with dewy fingers cold, Returns to deck their hallowed mould, She there shall dress a sweeter sod Than Fancy's feet have ever trod.
Strana 24 - ... was not likely to be shocked at the thought of hearing a mass. But so inconsistent is human nature that there are tender spots even in seared consciences. And thus this man, who had owed his rise to his sister's dishonour, who had been kept by the most profuse, imperious, and shameless of harlots...
Strana 39 - But hark! the cry is Astur: And lo! the ranks divide; And the great Lord of Luna Comes with his stately stride. Upon his ample shoulders Clangs loud the four-fold shield, And in his hand he shakes the brand Which none but he can wield.
Strana 23 - She was the daughter of a poor Cavalier knight who haunted Whitehall, and made himself ridiculous by publishing a dull and affected folio, long forgotten, in praise of monarchy and monarchs. The necessities of the Churchills were pressing; their loyalty was ardent; and their only feeling about Arabella's seduction seems to have been joyful surprise that so plain a girl should have attained such high preferment.
Strana 21 - ... honor, with the rose of heaven upon his cheek, and the fire of liberty in his eye? Tell me, ye who make your pious pilgrimage to the shades of Vernon, is Washington indeed shut up in that cold and narrow house? That which made these men, and men like these, cannot die.
Strana 35 - ... instructors — the Country of one of its most gifted citizens — and Science of one of its most faithful votaries. Resolved, That we deeply sympathize with the family of the deceased, and tender to the mourning widow and children the assurance of our heartfelt sense of their irreparable bereavement. Resolved, That as a token of respect, we wear the usual badge of mourning for thirty days, and that we attend the funeral of the deceased. Resolved, That these proceedings be published, and that...
Strana 23 - Cavalier baronet who haunted Whitehall and made himself ridiculous by publishing a dull and affected folio, long forgotten, in praise of monarchy and monarchs. The necessities of the Churchills were pressing: their loyalty was ardent : and their only feeling about Arabella's seduction seems to have been joyful surprise that so plain a girl should have attained such high preferment. Her interest was indeed of great use to her relations ; but none of them was so fortunate as her eldest brother John,...
Strana 37 - I remember the time, for the roots of my hair were stirred By a shuffled step, by a dead weight trailed, by a whispered fright, And my pulses closed their gates with a shock on my heart as I heard is The shrill-edged shriek of a mother divide the shuddering night.
Strana 26 - ... historian sees in his verse the zenith of the Eomantic Movement. But in himself, apart from creeds and schools, there dwelt something rarer, more unapproachable, than our formulas can fathom. His radiance and his mastery remain the marvel of our song. His example and influence can never be discarded ; " his name and fame shall be an echo and a light unto eternity.