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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 young Englishman's first poetry book, compiled by E.C. Lowe

Edward Clarke Lowe - 1868
...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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The Poetical Works of Lord Byron: Reprinted from the Original Editions, with ...

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - Fore-edge painting - 1870 - 720 pages
...still some solace in the dearth Of the pure elements of earth, To hearken to each other's speech, And ss — Of sense and song, above your graves may The...Achitophel ! ' ct. T* our tale. — The feast was over, nr. I was the eldest of the three ; And to uphold and cheer the rest I ought to do — and did —...
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A Library of Poetry and Song: Being Choice Selections from the Best Poets

William Cullen Bryant - American poetry - 1871 - 789 pages
...still some solace, in the dearth Of the pure elements of earth, To hearken to each other's speech, And 2 lie fancy, — but to me They never sounded like our own. I was the eldest of the three, Ami to U]iholil...
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The School Reader: Designed as a Sequel to Sanders' Fourth Reader .... Fifth ...

Charles Walton Sanders - 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 legend old, But even these, at length, grew cold. 2. I was the eldest of the three, And to uphold and cheer the...
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A Library of Poetry and Song: Being Choice Selections from the Best Poets

William Cullen Bryant - American poetry - 1872 - 789 pages
...still some solace, in the dearth Of the pure elements of earth, To hearken to each other's speech, And ght, str@AL IV. I was the eldest of the three, And to uphold and cheer the rest 1 ought to do — and did — my...
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Poems

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - 1872
...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...dreary tone, An echo of the dungeon-stone, A grating sound—not full and freo It might be fancy—but to me They never sounded like our own. As they of...
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The new poetical reader, ed. by J.C. Curtis

John Charles Curtis - Readers - 1872 - 160 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...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—but to me They never...
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Longer English poems, with notes, ed. by J.W. Hales, Issue 440

John Wesley Hales - 1872
...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, 60 Or song heroically bold ; But even these at length grew cold. Our voices took a dreary tone, An...
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Encyclopaedia of English & American Poetry from Caedmon & King Alfred's ...

Samuel Orchart Beeton - American poetry - 1873
...each turn comforter to each — With eome new hope, or legend old, Or song heroically bold ; But oven ct the For well she know, and quaintly could expound,...were to waste the smallest crumb she found. Herbs I was tho eldest of the three ; And to uphold and cheer tho rest I ought to do, and did, my best —...
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The Poetical Works of Lord Byron, Volume 2

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - 1873
...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, IT. I was the eldest of the three, And to uphold and cheer the rest I ought to do —...
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