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" Do we indeed desire the dead Should still be near us at our side? Is there no baseness we would hide? No inner vileness that we dread? "
The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature - Page 215
by John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - 1850
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In memoriam

Baron Alfred Tennyson Tennyson - 1850 - 210 pages
...near me when I fade away, To point the term of human strife, And on the low dark verge of life XLIX. Do we indeed desire the dead Should still be near...blame, See with clear eye some hidden shame And I be lessen'd in his love ? I wrong the grave with fears untrue : Shall love be blamed for want of faith...
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In memoriam

Baron Alfred Tennyson Tennyson - 1850 - 210 pages
...near me when I fade away, To point the term of human strife, And on the low dark verge of life XLIX. Do we indeed desire the dead Should still be near...blame, See with clear eye some hidden shame And I be lessen 'd in his love ? I wrong the grave with fears untrue : Shall love be blamed for want of faith...
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The Princess: A Medley

Alfred Tennyson Baron Tennyson - 1851 - 183 pages
...away, To point the term of human strife, And on the low dark verge of life The twilight of eternal day. Do we indeed desire the dead Should still be near...blame, See with clear eye some hidden shame And I be lessen'd in his love ? I wrong the grave with fears untrue : Shall love be blamed for want of faith...
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Anglo-American New Church Repository and Monthly Review: 1851-Feb ..., Volume 4

George Bush - 1851
...next page, with an exquisitely human change of feeling, " Do we indeed desire the dead Should siill be near us at our side ? Is there no baseness we would...eye, some hidden shame, And I be lessened in his love V And, rising again into love and faith, " Be near us when we climb or fall, Ye watch, like God, the...
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The Memoir and Writings of James Handasyd Perkins

William Henry Channing - 1851
...and fellow-immortal assuredly entered ! May we meet him there ! God bless him ! God bless us all ! " Do we indeed desire the dead Should still be near...vileness that we dread ? " Shall he for whose applause we strove, We had such reverence for his blame, See with clear eye some hidden shame, And we be lessened...
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In memoriam [by A. Tennyson].

Alfred Tennyson (1st baron.) - 1851
...Be near me when I fade away, To point the term of human strife, And on the low dark verge of life L. Do we indeed desire the dead Should still be near...side ? Is there no baseness we would hide ? No inner vileneBS that we dread ? Shall he for whose applause I strove, I had such reverence for his blame,...
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Musgrave, and other tales

mrs. Gordon - 1851
...presently relate in my own words, from my recollections of his singularly graphic narrative. CHAPTER II. " Do we indeed desire the dead Should still be near us at our side." ****** " How pure at heart and sound in head, With what divine affections bold, Should be the man whose...
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The Memoir and Writings of James Handasyd Perkins, Volume 1

James Handasyd Perkins - Ohio - 1851
...and fellow-immortal assuredly entered ! May we meet him there ! God bless him ! God bless us all ! " Do we indeed desire the dead Should still be near us at our eide ? Is there no baseness we would hide? No inner vileness that we dread ? " Shall he for whose applause...
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The perils of fashion [by A. Atkins].

Anna Atkins - 1852
...the motion of the carriage which caused the tremulous tone of Miss Stratton's speech. CHAPTER XII. " Shall he for whose applause I strove, I had such reverence for his blame, See with clear eye some lessened shame, And I be lessen'd in his love ?" TENNYSON. A FEW days after the concert at Desborough...
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The sister of charity, or, From Bermondsey to Belgravia, Volume 1

Annie Emma Challice - 1857
...decides me — I will strive to do this right thing;" and her thoughts took some such shape as — " Do we indeed desire the dead Should still be near...we would hide ? No inner vileness that we dread." " Ah ! yes— yes !" was the agonizing mental colloquy. " At least, my conscience shall be clear ;...
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