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" Then downward plunge beneath the involving tide ; Till one, who seems in agony to strive, The whirling breakers heave on shore alive : The rest a speedier end of anguish knew, And prest the stony beach — a lifeless crew ! Next, O unhappy chief, the... "
The Poetical Works of William Falconer: Collated with the Best Editions - Page 95
by William Falconer, Thomas Park - 1809 - 134 pages
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The Shipwreck

William Falconer - Scottish poetry - 1802 - 166 pages
...speedier end of anguish knew, And prest the stony beach, a lifeless crew ! 675 Next, O unhappy chief! th' eternal doom Of Heaven decreed thee to the briny tomb ! What scenes of misery torment thy view ! What painful struggles of thy dying crew ! Thy perish'd hopes all buried in the flood, 68O O'erspread...
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The Shipwreck: A Poem in Three Cantos

William Falconer - English poetry - 1803 - 165 pages
...involving tide ; Till one, who seems in agony to strive, The whirlwind breakers heave on shore alive ; The rest a speedier end of anguish knew, And press'd the stony beech, a lifeless crew ! 675 Next, O unhappy chief ! th' eternal doom Of heav'n decreed thee to the...
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The shipwreck, a poem

William Falconer - 1803
...involving tide ; Till one, who seems in agony to strive, The whirlwind breakers heave on shore alive ; The rest a speedier end of anguish knew, And press'd the stony beech, a lifeless crew ! 675 Next, O unhappy chief ! th' eternal doom Of heav'n decreed thee to the...
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The shipwreck, with life by R. Carruthers, illustr. by B. Foster

William Falconer - 1868
...strive, The whirling breakers heave on shore alive : The rest a speedier end of anguish knew, And pressed the stony beach — a lifeless crew ! Next, O unhappy...briny tomb : What scenes of misery torment thy view ! What painful struggles of thy dying crew ! Thy perished hopes all buried in the flood, O'erspread...
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The Shipwreck: A Poem

William Falconer - English poetry - 1808 - 175 pages
...strive. The whirling Breakers heave on shore alive : The rest a speedier end of anguish knew, And prest the stony beach — a lifeless Crew ! Next, O unhappy...Chief! the eternal doom Of heaven decreed thee to thy briny tomb : What Scenes of misery torment thy view ! What painful struggles of thy dying Crew...
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The Works of the English Poets, from Chaucer to Cowper: Including ..., Volume 14

Alexander Chalmers - English poetry - 1810
...speedier end of anguish knew, And prett the stony beach — a lifeless ereĽ ! Next, О unhappy chief! th' eternal doom Of Heaven decreed thee to the briny tomb : What scenes of misery torment thy view ! What painful struggles of thy dying crew ! Thy perish'd hopes all buried in the uood O'erspread with...
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The Works of the English Poets, from Chaucer to Cowper: Including ..., Volume 14

Alexander Chalmers - English poetry - 1810
...speedier end of snguitfh knew, And prest the stony beach — a lifeless crew ! Next, O unhappy chief! th' the citron join the plant of love, And with their scent and shade enrich yo tonnent thy view ! What painful struggles of thy dying crew! Thy perish 'd hopes all buried in the...
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The shipwreck, a poem by W. Falconer, with a sketch of his life

William Falconer - 1811
...speedier end of anguish knew, And prest the stony beach a lifeless crew ! — Next, O unhappy chief! th' eternal doom Of Heaven decreed thee to the briny tomb ! — What scenes of misery torment thy view ! What painful struggles of thy dying crew! Thy perish'd hopes all buried in the flood, O'erspread...
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The shipwreck, a poem. With life by R. Carruthers. Illustr. by B. Foster

William Falconer, Robert Carruthers - 1858
...speedier end of anguish knew, And prest the stony beach, a lifeless Crew ! — Next, O unhappy Chief! th' eternal doom Of Heaven decreed thee to the briny tomb ! What Scenes of misery torment thy view ! What painful struggles of thy dying Crew ! Thy perish'd hopes all buried in the flood, . O'ersprcad...
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The shipwreck, and other poems

William Falconer - 1818 - 175 pages
...Albert's Fate. Till one, who seems in agony to strive, The whirling breakers heave on shore alive : The rest a speedier end of anguish knew ; And press'd...beach a lifeless crew ! — Next, O unhappy chief! th' eternal doom Of Heaven decreed thee to the briny tomb ! What scenes of misery torment thy view...
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