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" Its dark-green hue, its sicklier tints all fail, And ripening harvest rustles in the gale. A glorious sight, if glory dwells below, Where Heaven's munificence makes all the show O'er every field and golden prospect found, That glads the ploughman's Sunday... "
The farmer's boy, and other poems - Page 21
by Robert Bloomfield - 1852
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The Farmer's Boy: A Rural Poem

Robert Bloomfield - Pastoral poetry - 1800 - 102 pages
...found, That glads the ploughman's Sunday morning's round, D Pleasure from the views of Nature. v. 119. When on some eminence he takes his stand, / To judge...slinks back, her head to hide: What is there here to natter human pride? The tow'ring fabric, or the dome's loud roar, And stedfast columns, may astonish...
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The Farmer's Boy: A Rural Poem

Robert Bloomfield - Pastoral poetry, English - 1802 - 128 pages
...found, That glads the Ploughman's Sunday morning's round, Pleasure from the views of Nature. T. 119. When on some eminence he takes his stand, To judge...: What is there here to flatter human pride ? The tow' ring fabric, or the dome's loud roar, And stedfast columns, may astonish more, Where the charm'd...
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The Farmer's Boy: A Rural Poem, Issue 1

Robert Bloomfield - Country life - 1803 - 128 pages
...found, That glads the Ploughman's Sunday aporuiog's round. Pleasure from the views of Nature. v. 119. When on some eminence he takes his stand, To judge the smiling produce of %-. land. Here Vanity slinks back, her head to hide : What is there here to flatter human pride ? The...
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The Farmer's Boy;: A Rural Poem

Robert Bloomfield - Country life - 1806 - 99 pages
...found, That glads the Ploughman's Sunday morning's round, b Pleasure from the views or" Nature. v. up. When on some eminence he takes his stand, To judge...to hide : What is there here to flatter human pride 1 The tow'ring fabric, or the dome's loud roar, And stedfast columns, may astonish more, Where the...
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The Farmer's Boy;: A Rural Poem

Robert Bloomfield - 1806 - 99 pages
...found, That glads the Ploughman's Sunday morning's round, D Pleasure t'roiu the virws of Nature. v. lig. When on some eminence he takes his stand, To judge the smiling produce of the laud. Here Vanity slinks back, her head to hide : What is there here to flatter human pride 1 The tow'ring...
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The Farmer's Boy: A Rural Poem

Robert Bloomfield - 1820 - 99 pages
...found, That glads the Plowman's Sunday morning's round, c5 Pleasure from the views of Nature. v. ug. • When on some eminence he takes his stand, To judge...the land. Here Vanity slinks back, her head to hide : AVhat is there here to flatter human pride ? The tovv'ring fabric, or the dome's loud roar, And stedfast...
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Select Works of the British Poets, in a Chronological Series from Falconer ...

John Aikin - English poetry - 1838 - 732 pages
...glory dwells helow, Where Heaven's munificence makes all the show O'er every field and golden prospect r answered : " You have read him wel]. Year after...winters — past,  @ hack, her head to hide ; What is there here to flatter human pride ? The towering fahrie, or the dome's...
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Select Works of the British Poets: In a Chronological Series from Falconer ...

John Aikin, John Frost - English poetry - 1838 - 732 pages
...glory dwells below, Where Heaven's munificence makes all the show O'er every field and golden prospect he sage have taught, If the huge mass within my hosom...learn'd ! Alas, for learning ! She a sped. And hast hack, her head to hide ; What is there here to flatter human pride ? The towering fabric, or the dome's...
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Select Works of the British Poets: In a Chronological Series from Falconer ...

John Aikin - English poetry - 1838 - 732 pages
...some eminence he takes his stand, To judge the smiling produce of the land. Here vanity slinks hack, her head to hide; What is there here to flatter human pride ? The towering fabric, or the dome's loud roar, And steadfast columns may astonish more, Where the charm'd...
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The Ladies' Cabinet of Fashion, Music & Romance, Volume 5

Fashion
...That glads the Fanner's Sunday morning's round, When on some eminence he takes his stand, To jndge the smiling produce of the land. Here vanity slinks...: What is there here to flatter human pride ? The towering fabric, or the dome's lond roar, And steadfast columns, may astonish more, Where the charmed...
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