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" Nothing that has life Is visible ; — no solitary flock, At will wide ranging through the silent Moor, Breaks the deep-felt monotony ; and all Is motionless, save where the giant shades, Flung by the passing cloud, glide slowly o'er The gray and gloomy... "
Dartmoor, a descriptive poem, with notes by W. Burt - Page 23
by Nicholas Toms Carrington - 1826
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The collected poems of ... N.T. Carrington, ed. by H.E. Carrington

Nicholas Toms Carrington - 1834
...hamlet rises, Heavy, distant seen,— In peace thy stream is journeying ; but adieu, Awhile, dear Heavy, and adieu thy flood, For near me, in the cheerless...calm Which rests upon them. Nothing that has life Is visible;—no solitary flock, At will wide ranging through the silent Hoor, Breaks the deep felt monotony...
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The handbook for Torquay and its neighbourhood, with the natural history of ...

1863
...the globe : — " 'Devonia's dreary Alps ! and now I feel The influence of that impressive culm That rests upon them. Nothing that has life Is visible : no solitary flock At wide will ranging through the silent moors, Breaks the deep-felt monotony ; and all Is motionless,...
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Devonshire sketches, by Tickler

George Philip R. Pulman - 1869
...regions of the globa : Devonia's dreary Alps i and now I feel The influence of that Impressive clsim That rests upon them. Nothing that has life Is visible : no solitary flock At wide will, ranging through the silent moors, Breaks the deep-felt monotony ; and all Is motionless,...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Part 2

English periodicals - 1872
...was very deep, and was as full of trout as its banks of rushes were of snakes. It was solitary work. Nothing that has life Is visible ; — no solitary...Flung by the passing cloud, glide slowly o'er The grey and gloomy wild. The captain and I had been about equally successful in our efforts for some days,...
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An Exploration of Dartmoor and Its Antiquities: With Some Accounts of Its ...

John Lloyd Warden Page - Dartmoor (England) - 1892 - 316 pages
...the perpetual blasts which howl about his rounded form. A scene at once desolate and impressive : ' Nothing that has life Is visible ; — no solitary...the giant shades, Flung by the passing cloud, glide swiftly o'er The gray and gloomy wild.'* From Newlake we shall have a tiring and not too dry walk to...
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The Rivers of Devon from Source to Sea: With Some Account of the Towns and ...

John Lloyd Warden Page - Devon (England) - 1893 - 348 pages
...can be said for the surroundings. All this part of Dartmoor is gloomy and desolate in the extreme. 'Nothing that has life Is visible ; — no solitary...where the giant shades, Flung by the passing cloud glides swiftly o'er The gray and gloomy wild.' * ' Amid Devonia's Alps.' Cranmere. 133 In this picture...
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Devonshire Antiquities

John Chudleigh - Dartmoor (England) - 1893 - 123 pages
...poet's lines : — Devonia's dreary Alps ! and now I feel The influence of that impressive calm That rests upon them. Nothing that has life Is visible : no solitary flock At wide will, ranging through the silent Moors Breaks the deep-felt monotony ; and all Is motionless,...
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The Cornhill Magazine, Volume 9; Volume 56

William Makepeace Thackeray - England - 1887
...peculiar interest. Devonia's dreary Alps I and now I feel The influence of that impressive calm That rests upon them. Nothing that has life Is visible ; no solitary flock, At wide will ranging through the silent moors, Breaks the deep-felt monotony ; and all Is motionless,...
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