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" ... tide They fling their melancholy music wide; Bidding me many a tender thought recall Of summer days, and those delightful years When by my native streams, in life's fair prime, The mournful magic of their mingling chime First waked my wondering childhood... "
The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art - Page 127
1860
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Poems

John Aikin - 1791 - 136 pages
...their mingling chime First wak'd my wond'ring childhood into tears ! But seeming how, when all those days are o'er, The sounds of joy, once heard, and heard no more. SONNET XII. THE RHINE. 1 WAS morn, and beauteous on the mountain's brow, (Hung with bright clusters...
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Sonnets, and Other Poems

William Lisle Bowles - Sonnets, English - 1796 - 128 pages
...their mingling chime First wak'd my wond'ring childhood into tears! But seeming now, when all those days are o'er, The sounds of joy once heard, and heard no more. SONNET XII. * ON THE RHINE. 1 WAS morn, and beauteous on the mountain's brow, (Hung with bright clusters...
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Sonnets, and other poems, Volume 1

1800 - 180 pages
...their mingling chime First wak'd my wond'ring childhood into tears ! But seeming now, when all those days are o'er, The sounds of joy once heard, and heard no more. SONNET XII. ON THE RIVER RHINE. J. WAS morn, and beauteous on the mountain's brow (Hung with the beamy...
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Harold the exile

Harold (fict.name.) - 1819
...mingling chime " First woke kit wond'ring childhood into tears ; " But seeming now, when all those days are o'er, " The sounds of joy once heard, and heard no more.' All about the castle was silence, and solitude ; the windows were chiefly closed, the gates fastened,...
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The Every-day Book: Or Everlasting Calendar of Popular Amusements, Sports ...

William Hone - Calendars - 1827
...their mingling chime First wak'd my wondering childhood into tears ! But seeming now, when all those days are o'er, The sounds of joy once heard, and heard no more. " The Times"* has a literary corres- a parish bell," it has occurred to me tliw pondent, who communicates...
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The Inspector, Literary Magazine and Review, Volume 2

English literature - 1827
...their mingling chime First woke my wondering childhood into tears! But seeming now, when all those days are o'er, The sounds of joy once heard, and heard no more. A DESCRIPTION OF SOUTH AMERICAN SCENERY. Summer was in its prime ; — the parrot -flocks Darkened...
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The Every-day Book and Table Book: Or, Everlasting Calendar of ..., Volume 2

William Hone - Days - 1830
...their mingling chime First wak'd my wondering childhood into tears ! But seeming now, when all those days are o'er, . The sounds of joy once heard, and heard no more. " The Times"* has a literary cones- a parish bell," it has occurred to me that pondent, who communicates...
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The etymological compendium, or, Portfolio of origins and inventions ...

William Pulleyn - London (England) - 1830 - 356 pages
...their moigloig chime First wak'd my wondering childhood into tears ! But seeming now, when all those days are o'er, The sounds of joy once heard, and heard no more." Besides the common way of tolling bells, there is also ringing, which is a kind of chimes nsed on various...
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Specimens of English Sonnets

Alexander Dyce - Sonnets, English - 1833 - 224 pages
...their mingling chime First wak'd my wondering childhood into tears ! But seeming now, when all those days are o'er, The sounds of joy once heard, and heard no more. WILLIAM LISLE BOWLES. 0 TIME, who know'st a lenient hand to lay Softest on sorrow's wound, and slowly...
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Translation from Madame de La Mothe-Guion. The task. Tirocinium. John Gilpin ...

William Cowper, Robert Southey - 1836
...enough the gentle hand That rear'd us. At a thoughtless age allured But seeming now when all those days are o'er The sounds of joy, once heard, and heard no more. Bowles. At Ostend. * In whose look severe, Whea angry most he seem'd, and most severe, What else but...
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