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" The fluttering breezes, fountains that run on Murmuring so sweetly in themselves, obeyed A like dominion, and the midnight storm Grew darker in the presence of my eye: Hence my obeisance, my devotion hence, And hence my transport. "
Lives of the Illustrious: (the Biographical Magazine). - Page 13
1852
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The Living Age ..., Volume 40

1854
...effects," what vigor and variety his descriptions show ! He may apply to himself what Wordsworth says — " an auxiliar light came from my mind, which on the setting sun bestowed new splendor." Now he stands with forehead bathed with sunset on a mountain's summer crown — (dear to...
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The Ecclesiastic [afterw.] The Theologian and ecclesiastic ..., Volumes 11-12

...were sparkling clear, and in the west The orange sky of evening died away." — p. 21. And again : " An auxiliar light Came from my mind, which on the setting sun Bestowed new splendour." — p. 48. But we must leave generalities, and proceed with our immediate task. With some reluctance...
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The Prelude, Or Growth Of A Poet's Mind: An Autobiographical Poem

William Wordsworth - 1850 - 374 pages
...general tendency, but, for the most, Subservient strictly to external things With which it communed. An auxiliar light Came from my mind, which on the...midnight storm Grew darker in the presence of my eye : Hence my obeisance, my devotion hence, And hence my transport. Nor should this, perchance, Pass unrecorded,...
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The Prelude, Or, Growth of a Poet's Mind: An Autobiographical Poem

William Wordsworth - 1850 - 374 pages
...it communed. An auxiliar light Came from my mind, which on the setting sun Bestowed new splendor ; the melodious birds, The fluttering breezes, fountains...midnight storm Grew darker in the presence of my eye : Hence my obeisance, my devotion hence, And hence my transport. Nor should this, perchance, Pass unrecorded,...
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THE PRELUDE; GROWTH OF A POET'S MIND.

WILLIAM WORDSWORTH - 1850
...general tendency, but, for the most, Subservient strictly to external things With which it communed. An auxiliar light Came from my mind, which on the setting sun Bestowed new splendor ; the melodious birds, The fluttering breezes, fountains that run on Murmuring so sweetly...
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The Christian remembrancer; or, The Churchman's Biblical ..., Volume 20

1850
...general tendency, but for the most, Subservient strictly to external things With which it communed. An auxiliar light Came from my mind, which on the setting sun Bestow'd new splendour ; the melodious birds, The fluttering breezes, fountains that run on Murmuring...
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The Complete Poetical Works of William Wordsworth, Late Poet Laureate

William Wordsworth - 1851 - 727 pages
...general tendency, but for the most, Subservient strictly to external things With which it communed. An auxiliar light Came from my mind, which on The...midnight storm Grew darker in the presence of my eye : Hence my obeisance, my devotion hence, And hence my transport. Nor should this, perchance, Pass unrecorded,...
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The American Whig Review, Volumes 13-14

1851
.... • • The fluttering breezes, fountain* that ran on Murmuring so sweetly in themselves, obeyt d A like dominion, and the midnight storm Grew darker in the presence of my eye ; Hence my obeisance, my devotion hence, And htnce my transport." When his " seventeenth year was come,"...
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The New monthly magazine and universal register. [Continued as] The New ...

1854
...what vigour and variety his descriptions show ! He may apply to himself what Wordsworth says — " an auxiliar light came from my mind, which on the setting sun bestowed new splendour." Now he stands with forehead bathed with sunset on a mountain's summer crown — (dear to him should...
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The Poetical Works of William Wordsworth, Volume 7

William Wordsworth - English poetry - 1854
...general tendency, but, for the most, Subservient strictly to external things With which it communed. An auxiliar light Came from my mind, which on the setting sun Bestowed new splendor ; the melodious birds, The fluttering breezes, fountains that run on Murmuring so sweetly...
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