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" Yet, though full oft to future perils blind, With skill superior glow'd his daring mind Through snares of death the reeling bark to guide, When midnight shades involve the raging tide. To Rodmond next in order of command Succeeds the youngest of our naval... "
The Poetical Works of William Falconer: Collated with the Best Editions - Page 15
by William Falconer, Thomas Park - 1809 - 134 pages
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Lady's Poetical Magazine, Or Beauties of British Poetry, Volume 3

English poetry - 1782
...involve the raging tide. ,< • Ooz To To Rodmond next, in order of command. Succeeds the youngeft of our naval band. But what avails it to record a name That courts no rank among the fons of fame ! While yet a ftrippling, oft with fond alarms Hisbofom danc'dto Nature's boundlefs charms)...
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Young. Churchill. Lloyd. Falconer. Thomson

Samuel Johnson - English poetry - 1800
...midnight (hades involve the raging tide. To Rodmond next, in order of command, Succeeds the youngefl of our naval band. But what avails it to record a name That courts no rank among the fons of Fame ? While yet a (tripling, oft' with fond alarms, His bofom danc'd to Nature's boundlefs...
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The Shipwreck

William Falconer - English poetry - 1802 - 167 pages
...bark to guide, When midnight shades involve the raging tide. To RODMOND next in order of command, 300 Succeeds the youngest of our naval band. But what...a name That courts no rank among the sons of Fame! While yet a stripling, oft with fond alarms, His bosom danc'd to Nature's boundless charms. 305 On...
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The Shipwreck: A Poem

William Falconer - Electronic books - 1802 - 135 pages
...midnight fhades involve the raging tide. To Redmond next, in order of command, Succeeds the youngeft of our naval band. But what avails it to record a name That courts no rank among the ions of fame ? While yet a ftripling, of: with fond alarms. His bofom danc'd to nature's boundlefs...
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The Shipwreck: A Poem in Three Cantos

William Falconer - English poetry - 1803 - 165 pages
...bark to guide, When midnight shades involve the raging tide. To RODMOND next in order of command, 300 Succeeds the youngest of our naval band. But what...a name That courts no rank among the sons of Fame ! While yet a stripling, oft with fond alarms, 304 His bosom danc'd to Nature's boundless charms. On...
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The Shipwreck: A Poem

William Falconer - English poetry - 1808 - 175 pages
...daring mind, Through snares of death the reeling bark to guide, When midnight shades involve the raging tide. To RODMOND, next in order of command, Succeeds...among the sons of fame ; Whose vital spring had just begun to bloom, When o'er it Sorrow spread her sickening gloom ? While yet a stripling, oft with fond...
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The shipwreck, with life by R. Carruthers, illustr. by B. Foster

William Falconer - 1868
...snares of death the reeling bark to guide, When midnight shades involve the raging tide. To Redmond next in order of command Succeeds the youngest of...among the sons of fame ; Whose vital spring had just begun to bloom When o'er it sorrow spread her sickening gloom ? While yet a stripling, oft with fond...
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The muses' bower, embellished with the beauties of English poetry, Volume 2

English poetry - 1809
...northern main ; That, with her pitchy entrails stor'd, resort, A sooty tribe, to fair Augusta's port. To Rodmond, next in order of command, Succeeds the...a name That courts no rank among the sons of fame While yet a stripling, oft with fond alarms, His bosom danc'd to nature's boundless charms : On him...
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Poetical narratives, epistles, and humourous pieces, selected from the most ...

Poetical narratives - English poetry - 1810 - 304 pages
...northern main ; That, with her pitchy entrails stor'd, resort, A sooty tribe, to fair Augusta's port. To Rodmond, next in order of command, Succeeds the...avails it to record a name That courts no rank among die sons of fame ? While yet a stripling, oft with fond alarms, His bosom danc'd to nature's boundless...
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The Shipwreck: A Poem

William Falconer, James Stanier Clarke - Poets, English - 1811 - 215 pages
...daring mind, Through snares of death the reeling bark to guide, When midnight shades involve the raging tide. To RODMOND, next in order of command, Succeeds...just began to bloom, When o'er it Sorrow spread her sickening-gloom ? While yet a stripling, oft with fond alarms His bosom danced to Nature's boundless...
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