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" Twas still some solace in the dearth Of the pure elements of earth, To hearken to each other's speech ,. And each turn comforter to each With some new hope, or legend old, Or song heroically bold; But even these at length grew cold. "
The Critical Review: Or, Annals of Literature - Page 570
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The School Reader. Fifth Book: Designed as a Sequel to Sanders' Fouth Reader ...

Charles Walton Sanders, Joshua Chase Sanders - Readers - 1848 - 456 pages
...some solace, in the dearth Of the pure elements of earth, • To hearken to each other's speech, And each turn comforter to each With some new hope, or legend old, But even these at length grew cold. 2. I was the eldest of the three, And to uphold and cheer the rest,...
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Albion and Erin in Poems of Th. Moore, Lord Byron, R. Burns, P.B. Shelley ...

Victor von Arentsschild - English poetry - 1851 - 559 pages
...solace, in the dearth Of the pare elements of earth, To hearken to each other's speech, And each Mini comforter to each With some new hope or legend old,...cold. Our voices took a dreary tone, An echo of the dungeon stone, A grating sound — not full and free As they of yore were wont to be; It might be fancy...
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A class-book of elocution

J H. Aitken - Elocution - 1853 - 360 pages
...still some solace, in the dearth Of the pure elements of earth, To hearken tojeach other's speech, And each turn comforter to each With some new hope or legend old, Or song heroically bold ; But eveii these at length grew cold. Our voices took a dreary tone, An echo of the dungeon stone, A grating...
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Gleanings from the Poets: For Home and School

Poetry - 1854 - 430 pages
...still some solace, in the dearth Of the pure elements of earth, To hearken to each other's speech, And each turn comforter to each With some new hope, or...fancy, — but to me They never sounded like our own. IV. I was the eldest of the three, And, to uphold and cheer the rest, I ought to do, and did, my best,...
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The Works of Lord Byron: Embracing His Suppressed Poems, and a Sketch of His ...

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - 1854 - 1071 pages
...still some solace, in the dearth Of the pure elements of earth, To hearken to each other's speech, And ` ղ vont to be ; It might be fancy — but to me They never sounded like our own. IV. I was the eldest...
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The Works of Lord Byron: Embracing His Suppressed Poems, and a Sketch of His ...

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - 1854 - 1071 pages
...still some solace, in the dearth Of the pure elements of earth, To hearken to each other's speech, And each turn comforter to each With some new hope, or...grating sound— not full and free As they of yore were vont to be ; It might be fancy — but to me They never sounded like our own. IV. I was the eldest...
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The Works of Lord Byron: Embracing His Suppressed Poems, and a Sketch of His ...

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - 1854 - 1071 pages
...pure elements of earth, To hearken to each other's speech, And each turn comforter to each With come new hope, or legend old, Or song heroically bold ;...grating sound— not full and free As they of yore were ťont to be ; It might be fancy — but to me They never sounded like our own. I was the eldest cf...
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The book of celebrated poems

Book - 1854 - 448 pages
...still some solace, in the dearth Of the pure elements of earth, To hearken to each other's speech, And each turn comforter to each With some new hope or...cold. Our voices took a dreary tone, An echo of the dungeon stone, A grating sound — not full and free As they of yore were wont to be: It might be fancy...
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Gleanings from the Poets, for Home and School

American poetry - 1855 - 430 pages
...still some solace, in the dearth Of the pure elements of earth, To hearken to each other's speech, And each turn comforter to each With some new hope, or...fancy, — but to me They never sounded like our own. IV. I was the eldest of the three, And, to uphold and cheer the rest, I ought to do, and did, my best,...
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The poetical works of lord Byron, Page 11, Volume 3

George Gordon N. Byron (6th baron.) - 1855
...still some solace in the dearth Of the pure elements of earth, To hearken to each other's speech, And each turn comforter to each With some new hope, or...cold. Our voices took a dreary tone, An echo of the dungeon stone, A grating sound, not full and free, As they of yore were wont to be : It might be fancy,...
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