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" I was one who rung out the dumb peal, For to us noble MORRIS was dead. He had not lost sight of his home, Yon domain that so lovely appears, When he heard it, and sunk overcome ; He could feel, and he burst into tears. "
The poetical works of Robert Bloomfield - Page 201
by Robert Bloomfield - 1855 - 284 pages
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A Sketch of My Friend's Family: Intended to Suggest Some Practical Hints on ...

Agnes Sophia Semple, Mrs. Marshall, Robert Bloomfield - Education - 1812 - 134 pages
...And poverty still may be fed ; I was one who rung out the dumb peal, For to us noble MORRIS was dead. He had not lost sight of his home, Yon domain that...who lives but to bless. If ever man merited fame, 285 If ever man's failings went free, Forgot at the sound of his name, Our MORRIS of PERSFIELD was...
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The springs of Plynlimmon: a poem, with copious notes

Luke Booker - Plynlimmon Mountain (Wales) - 1834
...poverty still may be fed ; I was one who rung out the dumb peal, For, to us, noble MORRIS was dead ! " He had not lost sight of his home, Yon domain that...appears, When he heard it, and sunk overcome,— He cou'd feel, and he burst into tears ! " The lessons of prudence have charms, And, slighted, may lead...
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A Pedestrian Tour of Thirteen Hundred and Forty-seven Miles ..., Volume 1

Pedestres - England - 1836
...home— You domain that so lovely appears, When he heard it, and sank overcome— He felt it—and burst into tears. " The lessons of prudence have charms,...to bless. If ever man merited fame— If ever man's feelings went free— Forgot at the sound of his name— Our Morris of Piercefield—was he." Let us...
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A pedestrian tour of thirteen hundred and forty-seven miles through Wales ...

Pedestres (pseud.), sir Clavileno Woodenpeg (knight of Snowdon, pseud.) - 1836
...that so lovely appears, When he heard it, and sank overcome — He felt it — and burst into tean. " The lessons of prudence have charms, And slighted...bless. If ever man merited fame — If ever man's feelings went free — Forgot at the sound of his name — Our Morris of Piercefield — was he." Let...
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A Pedestrian Tour of Thirteen Hundred and Forty-seven Miles ..., Volume 1

Pedestres - England - 1836
...poverty still might be fed, Yet long we rung out the dumb peal, — For to us noble Morris was dead. He had not lost sight of his home — Yon domain that so lovely appears, When he heard it, and sank overcome — He felt it — and burst into tears. " The lessons of prudence have charms, And slighted...
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Leigh's guide to Wales & Monmouthshire

Samuel Leigh (Publisher.) - 1839
...home, Yon domain which so lovely appears, When he heard it, and sank overcome, — He felt it, and burst into tears. " The lessons of prudence have charms,...failings went free, Forgot at the sound of his name, — Piercefield was afterwards the residence of George Smith, Esq., and of his accomplished daughter,...
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The Seasons & Castle of Indolence ... The Farmer's Boy, Rural Tales, Banks ...

James Thomson - 1842 - 415 pages
...That poverty still might be fed ; Yet long we rung out the dumb peal, For to us noble MORRIS was dead. He had not lost sight of his home, Yon domain that...appears, When he heard it, and sunk overcome ; He felt it — and burst into tears. The lessons of prudence have charms, And slighted, may lead to distress...
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Blossoms of Virtue and Poetry. With examples from natural history, etc

Harriott TAYLER - Virtues - 1850 - 36 pages
...yields, Learn from the beast the physic of the fields. The arts of building from the bee receive." Lessons of prudence have charms, . And slighted may lead to distress ; But the man who benevolence warms Is an angel who lives but to bless. Awake, my glory, ere the rosy morn Shall...
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The farmer's boy: Rural tales. ballads, and songs: Wild flowers; or ...

Robert Bloomfield - 1853 - 225 pages
...might be fed; Yet long we rung out the dumb peal, When he heard it, and sunk overcome; He felt it—and burst into tears. The lessons of prudence have charms, And slighted, may lead to distress; But the man who benevolence warms If ever man's failings went free, Forgot at the sound of his name, Is an angel...
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The Poetical Works of Robert Bloomfield

Robert Bloomfield - Country life in literature - 1857 - 226 pages
...poverty still may be fed ; I was one who rung out the dumb peal, 275 For to us noble Morris was dead. He had not lost sight of his home, Yon domain that...overcome ; He could feel, and he burst into tears. 280 The lessons of Prudence have charms, And slighted, may lead to distress ; But the man whom Benevolence...
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