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" In white-sleeved shirts are playing ; and the roar Of the waves breaking on the chalky shore : All, all are English. Oft have I looked round With joy in Kent's green vales ; but never found Myself so satisfied in heart before. Europe is yet in bonds ;... "
The Living Age ... - Page 115
1908
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General Lord Wolseley: (of Cairo). A Memoir

Charles Rathbone Low - 1883 - 482 pages
...more the turf of old England, his feelings were not inaptly described in Wordsworth's lines : — ' "Tis joy enough and pride For one hour's perfect bliss, to tread the grass Of England once again !' In the autumn of 1853, Ensign Wolseley proceeded to Dublin to stay with his family, and, on having...
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General Lord Wolseley (of Cairo): A Memoir

Charles Rathbone Low - 1883 - 482 pages
...more the turf of old England, his feelings were not inaptly described in Wordsworth's lines : — ' "Tis joy enough and pride For one hour's perfect bliss, to tread the grass Of England once again 1' In the autumn of 1853, Ensign Wolseley proceeded to Dublin to stay with his family, and, on having...
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The Edinburgh monthly magazine [afterw.] Blackwood's Edinburgh ..., Volume 134

1883
...once more the turf of Old England, his feelings were not inaptly described by Wordsworth's lines — " Tis joy enough and pride For one hour's perfect bliss, to tread the grass Of England once again ! " The operations in Burmah, more than thirty years ago, are described as minutely as if for the newspapers...
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Selections from Wordsworth

William Wordsworth - 1885 - 282 pages
...looked round With joy in Kent's green vales ; but never found Myself so satisfied in heart before. Europe is yet in bonds ; but let that pass — Thought...and pride For one hour's perfect bliss, to tread the glass Of England once again, and hear and see, With such a dear companion at my side. SEPTEMBER, I802....
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The poetical works of William Wordsworth [selected] with a prefatory notice ...

William [poetical works Wordsworth (selections]) - 1885
...looked round With joy in Kent's green vales ; but never found Myself so satisfied in heart before. Europe is yet in bonds ; but let that pass, Thought for another moment. Thou art free, My Country I and 'tis joy enough and pride For one hour's perfect bliss, to tread the grass Of England once again,...
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Poems by William Wordsworth: Selected and prepared for use in schools and ...

William Wordsworth, Henry Norman Hudson - 1889 - 251 pages
...I look'd round With joy in Kent's green vales; but never found Myself so satisfied in heart before. Europe is yet in bonds; but let that pass, Thought...hear and see, With such a dear companion at my side. SEPTEMBER, 1802. NEAR DOVER. INLAND, within a hollow vale, I stood; And saw, while sea was calm and...
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The Complete Poetical Works of William Wordsworth

William Wordsworth - 1889 - 928 pages
...looked round With joy in Kent's green vales ; but never found Myself so satisfied in heart before. Europe is yet in bonds ; but let that pass. Thought for another moment. Thou an free, My Country ! and 'tis joy enough and pride For one hour's perfect bliss, to tread the grass...
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A Selection from the Sonnets of William Wordsworth

William Wordsworth - 1890 - 77 pages
...I looked round With joy in Kent's green vales; but never found Myself so satisfied in heart before. Europe is yet in bonds; but let that pass, Thought...hear and see, With such a dear Companion at my side. i Love, not War, nor the tumultuous swell, civil conflict, nor the wrecks of change, Duty struggling...
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The poetical works of william wordsworth

1892
...shore ;— 5 All, •&!! are English. Oft have I looked round Myself so satisfied in heart before. Europe is yet in bonds; but let that pass, Thought for another moment. Thou art free, 10 My Country! and 'tis joy enough and pride For one hour's perfect bliss, to tread the grass Of England...
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James Hall of Tynemouth: A Beneficent Life of a Busy Man of Business, Volume 2

William Hayward - Newcastle upon Tyne (England) - 1896
...are playing, and the roar Of the waves breaking on the chalky shore — All, all are English. . . . Thou art free, My country ! and 'tis joy enough and...bliss, to tread the grass Of England once again." WORDSWORTH. "In the elder days of Art, Builders wrought with greatest care Each minute and unseen part...
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