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" ON A DIAL IN MY GARDEN. Once at a potent leader's voice it stay'd, Once it went back when a good monarch pray'd. Mortals, howe'er we grieve, howe'er deplore, The flying shadow shall return no more. ON AN OBELISK IN MY GARDEN. View all around, the works... "
The Poems and Songs of William Hamilton of Bangour: Collated with the Ms ... - Page 71
by William Hamilton - 1850 - 192 pages
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Poems on Several Occasions

William Hamilton - English poetry - 1760 - 262 pages
...and one half forgot: AH the mad human tumult, what to me ? Here chafte Calliope, I live with thee. ON A DIAL in my Garden. ONce at a potent leader's voice it Kay'd, Once it went back when a good monarch pray'<L Mortals, howe'er we grieve, howe'er deplore, The...
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The Poetical Works of William Hamilton: Collated with the Best ..., Volume 1

William Hamilton, Thomas Park - 1805
...detested, and one half forgot: All the mad human tumult, what to me Here chaste Calliope, I live with thee. ON A DIAL IN MY GARDEN. ONCE at a potent leader's...shall return no more. ON AN OBELISK IN MY GARDEN. Vi E w all around, the works of Power Divine, Inquire, explore, admire, extol, resign ; This is the...
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The Poetical Works of William Hamilton: In Two Volumes. Collated with the ...

William Hamilton, Thomas Park - 1808
...and one half forgot: All the mad human tumult, what to me ? Here chaste Calliope, I live with thee. ON A DIAL IN MY GARDEN. ONCE at a potent leader's...kind below, Tis only giv'n beyond the grave to know. ON A DOG. CALM though not mean, courageous without rage, Serious not dull, and without thinking sage...
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W. Thompson, Blair, Lloyd, Green, Byrom, Dodsley, Chatterton, Cooper ...

Alexander Chalmers - English poetry - 1810
...tumult, what to me? Here, chaste Calliope, 1 live with thec. Off AN OBELISK TJf MY GARDEN. Off A DIAL Iff MY GARDEN. ONCE at a potent leader's voice it stay'd,...a good monarch pray'd: Mortals, howe'er we grieve, liowe'er deplore, flic flying shadow shall return no more. VIEW all around, the works of Power Divine,...
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Poems Divine and Moral: Many of Them Now First Published

John Bowdler - Hymns, English - 1821 - 468 pages
...'Till life dissolving at the view, O ' I wake and find the vision true. Inscription on a Sun-Dial. Once at a potent leader's voice it stay'd ; Once it went back, when a good monarch pray'd; Mortal ! howe'er we grieve, howe'er deplore, The fleeting shadow will return no more ! Dr. B to his...
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The British Poets: Including Translations ...

British poets - Classical poetry - 1822
...and one half forgot : All the mad human tumult, what to me ? Here chaste Calliope, I live with thee. ON A DIAL IN MY GARDEN. ONCE at a potent leader's...explore, admire, extol, resign ; This is the whole of humankind below, Tis only given beyond the grave to know. ON A DOG. CALM though not mean, courageous...
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The poems and songs of William Hamilton, with notes and an account of the ...

William Hamilton - 1850
...many-languaged men, Popes, pimps, kings, gamesters; and saw all was vain. Enjoyed, what Hopetoun's groves could never yield, The philosophic rapture...extol, resign; This is the whole of human kind below, Tis^only giv'n beyond the grave to know. INSCRIPTION ON A DOG. Calm tho' not mean, courageous without...
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The Poems and Songs of William Hamilton of Bangour, Collated with the Ms ...

William Hamilton (of Bangour) - 1850 - 192 pages
...duty ; Unbribed by statesmen, and unhurt by beauty. [The foregoing appeared in the edition of l760. It is a fragment only of an epitaph written by the...kind below, Tis only giv'n beyond the grave to know. INSCRIPTION ON A DOG. Calm tho' not mean, courageous without rage, Serious not dull, and without thinking...
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The Poems and Songs of William Hamilton of Bangour: Collated with the Ms ...

William Hamilton, James Paterson - English poetry - 1850 - 192 pages
...beauty. [The foregoing appeared in the edition of 1760. It is a fragment only of an epitaph writtcn by the author on himself. The entire piece, printed...kind below, 'Tis only giv'n beyond the grave to know. * Holyroodhouse. INSCRIPTION ON A DOG. Calm tho' not mean, courageous without rage, Serious not dull,...
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A cyclopędia of sacred poetical quotations, ed. by H.G. Adams

Cyclopaedia, Henry Gardiner ADAMS - 1854 - 725 pages
...laments, when yielding his final breath, That he's known to all but himself alone. Mor daunt Barnard. View all around the works of Power Divine, Inquire,...resign; This is the whole of human kind below; 'Tis only given beyond the grave to know. W. Hamilton. Who loves not knowledge? who shall rail Against her beauty?...
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