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" What though yet no losses grieve you, Gay with health and many a grace, Let not cloudless skies deceive you ; Summer gives to autumn place. 5 " Yearly in our course returning, Messengers of shortest stay, Thus we preach this truth concerning, Heaven and... "
A Spelling Book: Containing Exercises in Orthography, Pronunciation, and Reading - Page 107
by William Bolles - 1828
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The Orthodox churchman's magazine; or, A Treasury of divine and ..., Volume 7

1804
...length by us jiersuadedj Ev£ry leaf must f>av« its lull, . Youths, though yet no losses grieve yet:, Gay in health and manly grace, " Let not cloudless skies deceive you, Summer gives to autumn place. Venerable si.res, grown hoary? Hither turn th' unwilling ewj Think amidst j*our falling glory, Autumn...
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La Belle Assemblée, Volume 5

1808
...Cease, nt length by us persuaded, Every leaf must have a fall. Youths! tho' yet no lessee grieve you, Gay in health and manly grace, Let not cloudless skies deceive you, Summer gives to Autumn place. » Podor the God of the Winds and Ruler of deceased Spirit«, •f Konama, the ludían Paradise. Venerable...
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Essays and Thoughts on Various Subjects, and from Various Authors, &c ...

George Horne - English essays - 1808 - 295 pages
...Cease, at length, by us persuaded, Every leaf must have its fall! Youths, tho' yet no losses grieve you, Gay in health and manly grace, Let not cloudless skies deceive you, Summer gives to Autumn place. Venerable sires, grown hoary, Hither turn th' unwilling eye, Think, amidst your falling glory, Autumn...
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The Poetical Register, and Repository of Fugitive Poetry for ..., Volume 6

English poetry - 1811
...at length, by us persuaded, Ev'ry leaf must have its fall ! Youths, tho' yet no losses grieve you, Gay in health and manly grace, Let not cloudless skies deceive you, Summer gives to Autumn place. Venerable sires, grown hoary, Hither turn th' unwilling eye, Think, amid your falling glory, Autumn...
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Hymns, Partly Collected and Partly Original: Designed as a Supplement to Dr ...

William Bengo Collyer - Hymns - 1812 - 631 pages
...Number'd now among the dead : ' Youths, though, yet no losses grieve you, ' Gay in health, and many a grace ; ' Let not cloudless skies deceive you, ' Summer gives to autumn place. 3 ' Yearly ill our course returning, ' Messengers of shortest stay ; • Thus we preach this truth...
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Introduction to the English Reader, Or, A Selection of Pieces in Prose and ...

Lindley Murray - Electronic books - 1816 - 166 pages
...we tell. MERRICX. DODDRIPGE. 4. Youths, though yet no losses grieve you, Gay in health, and many a grace; Let not cloudless skies deceive you; Summer gives to autumn place. 5. Yearly in our course returning, Messengers of shortest stay j Thus we preach this truth concerning,...
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Time's Telescope for ... ; Or, A Complete Guide to the Almanack

Almanacs, English - 1817
...at length by us persuaded, Every leaf must have a fall. ' YOUTHS ! though yet no losses grieve you, Gay in health and manly grace, Let not cloudless skies deceive you — Summer gives to Autumn place. ' Venerable Sires ! grown hoary, Hither turn th' unwilling eye ; Think, amid your falling glory, Autumn...
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The Works of the Right Reverend George Horne ...: To which are ..., Volume 1

George Horne, William Jones - Theology - 1818
...length, by us persuaded, Ev'ry leaf must have its fall ! VII. Youths, though yet 110 losses grieve you, Gay in health and manly grace, Let not cloudless skies deceive you, Summer gives to autumn place. VIII. Venerable sires, grown hoary, Hither turn th' unwilling eye, Think, amidst your falling glory,...
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Hymns, Original and Selected, for Public Worship, and Private Devotion ...

Richard Herne Shepherd - Hymns, English - 1818 - 24 pages
...Number'd now among the dead : " Youths, though yet no losses grieve you, " Gay in health, and many a grace ; " Let not cloudless skies deceive you, " Summer gives to autumn place. " Yearly in our course returning, " Messengers of shortest stay ; " Thus we preach this truth concerning " Heaven and earth...
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The poetical monitor: consisting of pieces select and original [ed. by E. Hill].

Poetical monitor - 1819
...Number'd now among the dead. ' Youths, though yet no losses grieve you, ' Gay in health, and many a grace ; ' Let not cloudless skies deceive you ; '...Summer gives to Autumn place. ' Yearly in our course returning, ' Messengers of shortest stay ; ' Thus we preach this truth concerning, ' Heav'n and earth...
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