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" Th' imperfect picture o'er again, With power to add, retouch, efface The lights and shades, the joy and pain, How little of the past would stay ! How quickly all should melt away — All — but that freedom of the mind Which hath been more than wealth... "
The Poetical Works of Thomas Moore Including His Melodies, Ballads, Etc ... - Page 382
by Thomas Moore - 1829 - 408 pages
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Repository of Arts, Literature, Fashions &c

Decoration and ornament - 1823
...joy and pain, How little of the past would stay ! How quick!)' all should melt away — All — bat that freedom of the mind, Which hath been more than wealth to me ; Those friendships' in my boyhood twin'd, And kept till now unchangingly ; And that dear home, that saving ark, Where Love's true light...
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Fables for the Holy Alliance: Rhymes on the Road, &c., &c

Thomas Moore - English poetry - 1823 - 198 pages
...Freedom of the Mind, Which hath been more than wealth to me ; Those friendships, in my boy-hood twin'd, And kept till now unchangingly ; And that dear home,...grows dark, And comfortless, and stormy round ! FANCY. THE more I've view'd this world, the more I've found, That, fill'd as 'tis with scenes and creatures...
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The Oxford entertaining miscellany, or, weekly magazine

1824
...The lights and shades, the joy and pains ; How little of the past would stay ; How quickly all would melt away — All but that freedom of the mind Which...than wealth to me; Those friendships in my boyhood twin'd And kept till now unchangingly ; And that dear home, that saving ark, Where love's true light...
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The Oxford Entertaining Miscellany, Or, Weekly Magazine ..., Volume 1

1824
...shades, the joy and pains ; How little of the past would stay ; How quickly all would melt awayAll but that freedom of the mind Which hath been more than wealth to me; Those friendship* in my boyhood twin'd And kept till now unchangingly ; And that dear home, that saving ark,...
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Specimens of sacred and serious poetry, from Chaucer to the present day ...

John Johnstone - 1827
...shades, the joy and pain, How little of the past would stay ! How quickly all should melt away All—but that Freedom of the Mind, Which hath been more than...home, that saving ark, Where Love's true light at last I've found, Cheering within, when all grows dark, And comfortless, and stormy round ! STANZAS. THE...
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The poetical works of Thomas Moore

Thomas Moore - 1827
...the mind W hich hath been nutre than wealth to me; Those friendships ia my boyhood twined, And kcjil till now unchangingly ; And that dear home, that saving ark, Where Love's true light at last I 'vc found, Cheering within, when all grows dark, Ami comfortless, and stormy rnund ! FANCY. ТПЕ...
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The Sacred Lyre: Comprising Poems, Devotional, Moral and Preceptive ...

Christian poetry, English - 1828 - 360 pages
...pain, s Fontenelte. — " Si je reconuneiupu TDM carriere, ję ffrai tout cequej'ii fait." How little of the past would stay ! How quickly all should melt...— but that Freedom of the Mind, Which hath been morn than wealth to me ; Those friendships, in my boyhood twin'd, And kept till now unchangingly, And...
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The poetical works of Thomas Moore

Thomas Moore - Fore-edge painting - 1829 - 407 pages
...— hut that freedom of (he mind Which h °ils been more than wealth to me: Those friendships in ray boyhood twined. And kept till now unchangingly. And...grows dark. And comfortless, and stormy round! FANCY. Тик more I 've view'd this world, the more I 've found That, fill'd а* Ч is with scenes and creatures...
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The Lyre: Fugitive Poetry of the Xixth Century

English poetry - 1830 - 360 pages
...o'er again, With power to add, retouch, efface, The lights and shades, the joy and pain, How little of the past would stay ! How quickly all should melt...home, that saving ark, Where love's true light at last I've found, Cheering within, when all grows dark, And comfortless, and stormy round ! 203 LORD BYRON'S...
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A series of lessons, in prose and verse, progessively arranged [ed.] by J.M ...

James Melville M'Culloch - 1831
...o'er again, With power to add, relouch, efface, The lights and shades, the joy and pain, How little of the past would stay ! How quickly all should melt...home, that saving ark, Where Love's true light at last I've found, Cheering within, when all grows dark, And comfortless, and stormy round. MOORE. JOHN MILTON....
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