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" For soon this venerable gloom Will yield a weary sufferer room ; No more a slave to Love decreed, At ease and free among the dead. Come then, ye tears, ne'er cease to flow, In full satiety of woe : , Though now the maid my heart alarms, Severe and mighty... "
The Poems and Songs of William Hamilton of Bangour: Collated with the Ms ... - Page 9
by William Hamilton - 1850 - 192 pages
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London Magazine: Or, Gentleman's Monthly Intelligencer..., Volume 21

English essays - 1752
...eafe and free among the dead. Come then ye. tears, ne'er ceafe to flow, In full fatiety of woe i Tho' now the maid my heart alarms, Severe and mighty in her charms, Doom'd to obey, in bondage preft, ' ". The tyrant love's commands unblefi ; I'af but Come fleeting...
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Poems on Several Occasions

William Hamilton - English poetry - 1760 - 262 pages
...eafe and free among the dead. Come then ye tears, ne'er ceafe to flow, In full fatiety of woe : Tho' now the Maid my heart alarms, Severe and mighty in her charms, Doom'd Doom'd to obey, in bondage preft, The Tyrant Love's commands unbleft? Pa/s but fome fleeting...
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Bell's Classical Arrangement of Fugitive Poetry ...

John Bell - Poetry - 1790
...In full satiety of woe : Tho' now the Maid my heart alarms, Severe and mighty in her charms, Doom'd to obey, in bondage prest, The Tyrant Love's commands...more ; Then from my dark and closing eye, The form belov'd shall ever fly. The Tyranny of Love shall cease, Both laid down to sleep in peace; To share...
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Bell's Classical Arrangement of Fugitive Poetry, Volumes 11-12

John Bell - English poetry - 1790
...and free among the dead. Come then ye tears, ne'er cease to flow, In full satiety of woe : -— Tho' now the Maid my heart alarms, Severe and mighty in her charms, Doom'd to obey, in bondage prest, The Tyrant Love's commands unblest; Pass but some fleeting moments...
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The Poetical Works of William Hamilton: Collated with the Best ..., Volume 1

William Hamilton, Thomas Park - 1805
...full satiety of woe : , Though now the maid my heart alarms, Severe and mighty in her charms, Doom'd to obey, in bondage prest, The tyrant Love's commands...more ; Then from my dark and closing eye The form belov'd shall ever fly. The tyranny of Love shall cease, Both laid down to sleep in peace ; To share...
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The British Essayists, Volume 36

Alexander Chalmers - English essays - 1807
...conclusion, we have an interesting view of the poet, yielding to his adversary, but striving to be resigned. Pass but some fleeting moments o'er, This rebel heart shall beat no more, &C. The justness of the Poet's sentiments is next to be mentioned. He illustrates the power of habituated...
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The Poetical Works of William Hamilton: In Two Volumes. Collated with the ...

William Hamilton, Thomas Park - 1808
...full satiety of woe : Though now the maid my heart alarms, Severe and mighty in her charms, Doom'd to obey, in bondage prest, The tyrant Love's commands...no more; Then from my dark and closing eye The form belov'd shall ever fly. The tyranny of Love shall cease, Both laid down to sleep in peace ; To share...
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The cabinet of poetry, containing the best entire pieces in the works of the ...

Cabinet - 1808
...heart alarms, Severe and mighty in her charms, Doom'd to obey, in bondage prest, The tyrant's love commands unblest ; Pass but some fleeting moments...more ; Then from my dark and closing eye, The form belov'd shall ever fly. The tyranny of love shall cease, Both laid down to sleep in peace ; To share...
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The Romance of the Highlands, Volume 2

Peter Middleton Darling - 1810
...ease, and free among the dead. Come then, ye tears, ne'er cease to flow* In full satiety of woe; Tho" now the maid my heart alarms, Severe and mighty in...some fleeting moments o'er, This rebel heart shall be no more. Then from my dark and closing eye, The form belov'dshall ever fly; The tyranny of love...
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W. Thompson, Blair, Lloyd, Green, Byrom, Dodsley, Chatterton, Cooper ...

Alexander Chalmers - English poetry - 1810
...conclusion we have u fcitcresting view of the poet, yielding to his adversary, but striving to be resigned : Pass but some fleeting moments o'er, This rebel heart shall beat no more, &c. " The justness of the poet's sentiments is next to be mentioned. He illustrates the power of habituated...
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