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Alipius Almanzor amid ancient ASTI beauty beneath Bertrand du Guesclin beside blessed blest blood brave breast brow calm Charlemagne Charles Lamb child Christ Christian cloth cold COLERIDGE'S cried crown dark death deep delight divine DOVER STREET dream earth Edition EDWARD MOXON ESSAYS OF ELIA eyes fair faith fame fancies fear flowers foolscap 8vo gaze glory gold grave Guesclin Hallel hand heart Heaven Holda holy King land light lonely looks Lord memory mirth nature never night numbers o'er once pain passed passion paused plain POEMS POETICAL Portrait and Vignette pray prayer price 16s pride Priest Prince rest RICHARD MONCKTON MILNES rose round seem'd seemed shame shore silent smile snow song soon sorrow soul sound Spin spirit stood strong sweet sword Tagaste tears TEMERAIRE thee thou thought toil Venus voice volume 8vo WILLIAM WORDSWORTH words youth
Page 60 - And it came to pass, when the evil spirit from God was upon Saul, that David took an harp, and played with his hand: so Saul was refreshed, and was well, and the evil spirit departed from him.
Page 122 - Then were his words serene and firm — " Dear brothers it is best That here, with perfect trust in Heaven, we give our bodies rest ; If we have borne, like faithful men, our part of toil and pain, Where'er we wake, for Christ's good sake, we shall not sleep in vain.
Page 147 - I count not time at all, A tree may rise, a tree may fall, The forest overlives us all/' A thousand years went on, and then I passed the self-same place again. And there a glorious city stood, • And, 'mid tumultuous market-cry, I asked when rose the town, where wood, Pasture and lake, forgotten lie. They heard me not, and little blame, — For them the world is as it came, And all things must be still the same. A thousand years shall pass, and then I mean to try that road again.
Page 85 - The shock was too much for him — too, too strong For that poor Reason and self-resting Pride ; And every evil fury" that had long Lain crouching in his breast leaped up and cried " Yield, yield at once, and do as others do, We are the Lords of all of them and you.
Page 16 - " Alas ! and shall I never see Home, wife, and children more ? " — "If thou art still importunate, My serfs shall nail thee to the gate. " But, when the wrathful Seigneur faced The object of his ire, The beggar raised his brow debased And armed his eyes with fire : " Whatever guise is on me now, I am a mightier Lord than thou ! " " Madman or cheat ! announce thy birth." — " That thou wilt know to-morrow.
Page 126 - He, tranced in joy, the oar laid down, And rose in careless pride, And swayed in cadence to the song The boat from side to side : Then clasping hand in loving hand, They danced a childish round, And felt as safe in that mid-lake As on the firmest ground. One poise too much ! — He headlong...