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" Bashfulness appears, And backward Merit loses all its fears. Supremely blest by Heaven, Heaven's richest grace Confest is thine, an early blooming race ; Whose pleasing smiles shall guardian wisdom arm, — Divine Instruction ! — taught of thee to charm,... "
Traditions of Edinburgh - Page 266
by Robert Chambers - 1825
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Bell's British Theatre: The old batchelor, by E. Congreve. ... Barbarossa ...

English drama - 1797
...name, How swift to praise, how guiltless to defamQ! JJold in thy presence basbfulnest appears, Wild backward merit loses all its fears. Supremely blest...pleasing smiles shall guardian wisdom arm, Divine ins ruction! tauglv of thee to charm. What transports shall they to thy soul impart (The conscious...
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Bell's British Theatre: Consisting of the Most Esteemed English Plays, Volume 25

English drama - 1797
...name, How swift to praise, how guiltless to defame \ ^3old in thy presence basbfutness appears, ^i;d backward merit loses all its fears. Supremely blest...pleasing smiles shall guardian wisdom arm, Divine ms ruction! taugh. ofthee to charm. "What transports shall they to thy soul impart (The conscious transports...
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The Poetical Works of William Hamilton: In Two Volumes. Collated with the ...

William Hamilton, Thomas Park - 1808
...Erakine's charms.' Copy prefixed to edit. of the Gentle Sbepherd, in M jti. Supremely blest by Heav'n, Heaven's richest grace Confest is thine, an early...charm. What transports shall they to thy soul impart 1 (The conscious transports of a parent's heart) When thon behold'st them of each grace possest, And...
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The gentle shepherd. To which is prefixed a mem. of the author

Allan Ramsay - 1808
...thy kind ; Sincere and equal to thy neighbour's name, How swift to praise ! how guiltless to defame ! Bold in thy presence Bashfulness appears, And backward...Supremely blest by Heaven, Heaven's richest grace Confessed is thine—an early blooming race ; Whose pleasing smiles shall guardian Wisdom arm, Divine...
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The gentle shepherd. With illustrations of the scenary [sic], an appendix ...

Allan Ramsay - 1808
...kind ; Sincere and equal to thy neighbour's name, How swift to praise ! how. guiltless to defame ! • Bold in thy presence Bashfulness appears, And backward...Supremely blest by Heaven, Heaven's richest grace Confessed is thine — an early blooming race ; Whose pleasing smiles shall guardian Wisdom arm, Divine...
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Traditions of Edinburgh

Robert Chambers - Edinburgh (Scotland) - 1847 - 348 pages
...thy neighbours' fame, How swift to praise, how obstinate to blamo! Bold in thy presence bashfulncss appears, And backward merit loses all its fears. Supremely...race ; Whose pleasing smiles shall guardian wisdom armDivine instruction ! — taught of thee to charm, What transports shall they to thy soul impart...
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The Poems and Songs of William Hamilton of Bangour: Collated with the Ms ...

William Hamilton - 1850 - 192 pages
...thy neighbour's fame, How swift to praise, how obstinate to blame! Bold in thy presence bashful Sense appears, And backward Merit loses all its fears. Supremely blest by heaven, heav'n's richest grace Confest is thine, an early blooming race, Whose pleasing smiles shall guardian...
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The poems and songs of William Hamilton, with notes and an account of the ...

William Hamilton - 1850
...thy neighbour's fame, How swift to praise, how obstinate to blame! Bold in thy presence bashful Sense appears, And backward Merit loses all its fears. Supremely blest by heaven, heav'n's richest grace Confest is thine, an early blooming race, Whose pleasing smiles shall guardian...
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The Poems and Songs of William Hamilton of Bangour, Collated with the Ms ...

William Hamilton (of Bangour) - 1850 - 192 pages
...thy neighbour's fame, How swift to praise, how obstinate to blamel Bold in thy presence bashful Sense appears, And backward Merit loses all its fears. Supremely blest by heaven, heav'n's richest grace Confest is thine, an early blooming race, Whose pleasing smiles shall guardian...
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The poems and songs of William Hamilton of Bangour

William Hamilton, James Paterson - English poetry - 1850 - 192 pages
...thy neighbour's fame, How swift to praise, how obstinate to blame! Bold in thy presence bashful Sense appears, And backward Merit loses all its fears. Supremely blest by heaven, heav'n's richest grace Confest is thine, an early blooming race, Whose pleasing smiles shall guardian...
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