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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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Gleanings from the Poets for Home and School

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...at length grew cold. Our voices took a dreary tone, A^i echo of the dungeon-stone, A grating sound, — not full and free, As they of yore were wont to...
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The Works of Lord Byron: Including the Suppressed Poems ; Also a Sketch of ...

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - 1855 - 764 pages
...still sonic solace in the dearth Of the pure elements of earth, To hearken to each other's speech, And > j Bul eren these at length grew cold. Our voices took a dreary tone, An echo of the dungeon-stone,...
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the works of lord byron

j. w. lake - 1856
...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. Our voices took a dreary tone, An echo of the. dungeon-stone, A grating...
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The Poets of the Nineteenth Century, Volume 1808

Robert Aris Willmott - American poetry - 1857 - 397 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...
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The Poets of the Nineteenth Century, Volume 1808

Robert Aris Willmott - American poetry - 1857 - 398 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 legend old, Or song heroically bold ; no But even these at length grew cold. Our voices took a dreary tone, Au echo of the dungeon stone,...
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Gleanings from the Poets for Home and School

1858
...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...at length grew cold. Our voices took a dreary tone, A'J echo of the dungeon-stone, A grating sound, — not full and free, As they of yore were wont to...
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The Poets of the Nineteenth Century

Robert Aris Willmott, Evert Augustus Duyckinck - American poetry - 1858 - 616 pages
...to each, With some new hope, or legend old, Or song heroically bold ; 112 THE PRISONER OF CHILLON. But even these at length grew cold. Our voices took a dreary tone, An echo of the dungeon stone, As they of yore were wont to be : It might be fancy — but to me They never sounded...
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Poems

George Gordon N. Byron (6th baron.) - 1859
...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...
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The Poetical Works of Lord Byron

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - 1859 - 827 pages
...fortitude, is full of pity and 4r*4 — Jimn.j ' Tbc Chateau dt Chillón is situated between Clarcns and With s dungeon stone, A grating sound — not full and free As they of yore were wont to be : It might be...
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Poetical reading book, with aids for grammatical analysis, paraphrase and ...

John Daniel Morell - 1860 - 239 pages
...Of the pure elements of earth, To hearken to each other's speech, And each turn comforter to each 60 With some new hope, or legend old, Or song heroically...cold ; Our voices took a dreary tone, An echo of the dungeon stone, 3g and 42. Tkese.— See Milton, i. 113, grammatically with for us, understood benote....
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