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" Bashfulness appears, And backward Merit loses all its fears. Supremely blest by Heaven, Heaven's richest grace Confest is thine, an early blooming race ; Whose pleasing smiles shall guardian wisdom arm, — Divine Instruction ! — taught of thee to charm,... "
Traditions of Edinburgh - Page 266
by Robert Chambers - 1825
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The History and Traditions of the Isle of Skye

Alexander Cameron - Skye, Island of (Scotland) - 1871 - 161 pages
...a compliment in the following lines : — Supremely blest by Heaven, Heaven's richest grace Contest is thine, an early blooming race ; * * Whose pleasing...shall guardian wisdom arm, — Divine instruction ! taueht of thee to chartu, What transports shall they to thy soul impart, (The conscious transports...
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From Thomas the Rhymer to Richard Gall

James Grant Wilson - English poetry - 1875
...Supremely blessed by Heaven, Heaven's richest grace Confessed is thine— an early blooming race; 1 Whoso pleasing smiles shall guardian Wisdom arm. Divine...to charm: [ What transports shall they to thy soul im|>art (The conscious transports of a parent's heart), When thou behold'st them of each grace possest....
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Troon & Dundonald

John Kirkwood - 1876 - 144 pages
...neighbour's fame, How swift to praise, how obstinate to blame ! SUSANNAH, COUNTESS OF EGLINTON. 125 Bold in thy presence bashfulness appears, And backward...all its fears, Supremely blest by Heaven, Heaven's rightest grace Confest is thine — an early blooming race. ****** Thrice happy who succeed their mother's...
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