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" When all the noblest gifts which Heaven e'er gave Were centred in a dark untimely grave. Oh, taught on Reason's boldest wings to rise And catch each glimmering of the opening skies, Oh, gentle bosom ! Oh, unsullied mind! Oh, friend to truth, to virtue... "
Select Miscellaneous Productions, of Mrs. Day, and Thomas Day, Esq., in ... - Page 9
by Esther Milnes Day, Thomas Lowndes - 1805 - 255 pages
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The Monthly Magazine, Volume 29

1810
...glimmering of the opening skies; Oh gentle bosom! oh unsullied mind! Oh frielîd to truth, tu virtue, to mankind ! Thy dear remains we trust to this sad shrine, Secure to feel no secon^loss like thins." If the pedestrian follow the track of the chief road through Wargrave, he will...
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A New and General Biographical Dictionary: Containing an Historical and ...

Biography - 1798
...boldeil wings to rife, And catch each glimmering of the opening ikies! Oh, gentle bofom ! oh, unfullied mind ! Oh, friend to truth, to virtue, and mankind ! Thy dear remains we truft to this fad (hrine, Secure to feel no fécond lofs like thine 1 DEACON (JAMES), a gentleman of...
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Censura Literaria: Containing Titles, Abstracts, and Opinions ..., Volumes 5-6

Sir Egerton Brydges - Bibliography - 1807
...untimely grave. Oh, taught on reason's boldest wings to rise, And catch each glimmering of the opening skies! Oh, gentle bosom ! oh, unsullied mind ! Oh,...to this sad shrine, Secure to feel no second loss like thine 1" On Paul Wlntehead. \ By Garrick. " Here lies a man misfortune could not bend; . Frais'd...
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The Monthly magazine, Volume 29

Monthly literary register - 1810
...the opening skies ; Oh ftentle bosom! oh unsullied mind! Oh friend to truth, tu virtue, to mankind f Thy dear remains we trust to this sad shrine, Secure to feel no second loss likevthine.™ If the pedestrian follow the track of the chief road through Wargrave, li* will leave...
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The Poetical Register, and Repository of Fugitive Poetry for 1801-11, Volume 8

English poetry - 1814
...glimmering of the opening skies ; Oh gentle bosom; oh unsullied mind ! Oh friend to truth, to virtue, to mankind! Thy dear remains we trust to this sad shrine, Secure to feel no second loss like thine. STANZAS, To the Memory of Robert Burnt. In solemn dread: The mournful truth is told at...
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The Poetical Register, and Repository of Fugitive Poetry for 1801-11, Volume 8

English poetry - 1814
...untimely grave. Oh ! taught on Reason's boldest wings to rise, And Catch each glimmering of the opening skies ; Oh gentle bosom ; oh unsullied mind ! Oh friend to truth, to virtue, to mankind! Thy dear remains we trust to this sad shrine, Secure to feel no second loss like thine....
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The Poetical Register, and Repository of Fugitive Poetry ..., Volume 8

English poetry - 1814
...untimely grave. Oh ! taught on Reason's boldest wings to rise, And catch each glimmering of the opening skies; Oh gentle bosom ; oh unsullied mind ! Oh friend to truth, to virtue, to mankind ! Thy dear remains we trust to this sad shrine, Secure to feel no second loss like thine....
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The British Poets: Including Translations ...

British poets - English poetry - 1822
...untimely grave. Oh, taught on Reason's boldest wings to rise, And catch each glimmering of the opening skies ! Oh, gentle bosom ! oh, unsullied mind ! Oh,...to this sad shrine, Secure to feel no second loss like thine ! EPITAPH ON MR. LAURENS, SON TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE AMERICAN CONGRESS. Here, the last...
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The Henley [Eng.] Guide

1826
...grave. " Oh ! taught on Reason's boldest wings to rise, " And catch each glimmering of the opening skies ; " Oh ! gentle bosom ! oh ! unsullied mind ! " Oh! friend to truth, to virtue, to mankind; " Thy dear remains we trust to this sad shrine, " Secure to feel no second loss like thine."...
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New elegant extracts; a selection from the most eminent British poets and ...

New elegant extracts - 1827
...untimely grave. Oh, taught on Reason's boldest wings to rise, . And catch each glimmering of the opening skies ! Oh, gentle bosom ! oh, unsullied mind ! Oh,...to this sad shrine, Secure to feel no second loss like thine ! DAY. ON MR. LAURENS. SON OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE AMERICAN CONGRESS. HERE, the last prey...
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