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" Here midst the boldest triumphs of her worth, Nature herself invites the reapers forth ; Dares the keen sickle from its twelvemonth's rest, And gives that ardour which in every breast From infancy to age alike appears, When the first sheaf its plumy top... "
The farmer's boy, and other poems - Page 21
by Robert Bloomfield - 1852
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The farmer's boy; a rural poem [ed. by C. Lofft. On fine paper].

Robert Bloomfield - 1800 - 102 pages
...mind, I From gratitude and admiration join'd. Here, midst the boldest triumphs of her worth, NATURE herself invites the REAPERS forth; Dares the keen...appears, When the first sheaf its plumy top uprears. v. 137. Reapers .... Gleaning. No rake takes here what Heaven to all bestows — Children of want,...
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The Monthly Review, Or, Literary Journal

Books - 1800
...description of a poor distracted young, woman : * Here, midst the boldest triumphs of her worth, NATURE herself invites the REAPERS forth ; Dares the keen...From infancy to age alike appears, When the first shfaf its plumy top uprears. No rake takes here what Heaven to all bestows : Children of want, for...
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The farmer's boy; a rural poem [ed. by C. Lofft. On fine paper].

Robert Bloomfield - 1800
...raptur'd mind, From gratitude and admiration join'd. Here, midst the boldest triumphs of her NATURE herself invites the REAPERS forth; Dares the keen...in every breast From infancy to age alike appears, Whea the first sheaf its plumy top uprears. worth, v- 137. Reapers Gleaning. No rake takes here what...
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The Monthly Review

1800
...sentiment. ' Here, midst the boldest triumphs of her worth, NATURE herself invites the REAPERS forth ; Dans the keen sickle from its twelvemonth's rest, And gives...breast From infancy to age alike appears, When the tirst sheaf its plumy top upreavs. No rake takes here what Heaven to all bestows : And every cottage...
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The Farmer's Boy: A Rural Poem, Issue 1

Robert Bloomfield - Country life - 1801 - 128 pages
...-min'd, From gratitude and admiration join'd. Here, midst the boldest triumphs of her worth, NATURE herself invites the REAPERS forth; Dares the keen...appears, When the first sheaf its plumy top uprears. Reapers .... Gleaning. No rake takes here what Heaven to all bestows — Children of want, for you...
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The New Annual Register, Or General Repository of History, Politics, and ...

English poetry - 1801
...And gives that ardour which in every bread From infancy to age alike appears, When the firft fheaf its plumy top uprears. No rake takes here what Heaven to all beftows— Children of want, for you the bounty flows I An4 And every cottage from the plenteous flore...
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The farmer's boy; a rural poem [ed. by C. Lofft. On fine paper].

Robert Bloomfield - 1803
...admiration join'd. Here, midst the boldest triumphs of her worth, NATURE herself invites the HEATERS forth; Dares the keen sickle from its twelvemonth's...appears, When the first sheaf its plumy top uprears. Reapers Gleaning. No rake takes here what Heaven to all bestows... Children of want, for you the bounty...
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A treatise on the art of bread-making

Abraham Edlin - Bread - 1805 - 216 pages
...her worth, Nature herself invites the reapers forth, Dares the keen sickle from its twelve month's rest, And gives that ardour, which in every breast...bestows, Children of want for you the bounty flows ! And every cottage from the plenteous store Receives a burden nightly at its door. Come health! come...
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The Farmer's Boy;: A Rural Poem

Robert Bloomfield - 1806 - 99 pages
...raptur'd mind, From gratitude and admiration join'd. Here, midst the boldest triumphs of her worth, NATURE herself invites the REAPERS forth ; Dares the keen...its twelvemonth's rest, And gives that ardour which iu every breast From infancy to age alike appears, When the first sheaf its plumy top uprears. . I...
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The Farmer's Boy;: A Rural Poem

Robert Bloomfield - Country life - 1806 - 99 pages
...infancy to age alike, appears, When the first sheaf its plumy top uprears. v. 387. Reapers. ...Gleaning. No rake takes here what Heaven to all bestows... Children of want, for yon the bounty flows ! And every cottage from the plenteous store Receives a burden nightly at its...
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