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" O never, never turn away thine ear ! Forlorn, in this bleak wilderness below, Ah ! what were man, should Heaven refuse to hear ! To others do (the law is not severe) What to thyself thou wishest to be done. Forgive thy foes ; and love thy parents dear,... "
Autobiography of Mrs. Fletcher: With Letters and Other Family Memorials - Page 91
by Eliza Fletcher, Mrs. Fletcher (Eliza Dawson) - 1876 - 376 pages
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Beauties of poetry: consisting of elegant selections from the works of Pope ...

Poetry - 1814 - 300 pages
...pleasure unseduced, unawed by lawless might. XXIX. " And, from the prayer of Want, and plaint of Woe. " O never, never turn away thine ear, •" Forlorn, in this bleak wilderness below, *' Ah! what were man, should Heaven refuse to hear ! " To others do (the law is not severe) " What...
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The minstrel; or, The progress of genius: and other poems. With an ...

James Beattie - Fore-edge painting - 1816 - 176 pages
...pleasure unseduc'd, unaw'd by lawless might. XXIX. "And, from the prayer of Want, and plaint of Woe, O never, never turn away thine ear ! Forlorn, in this bleak wilderness below, Ah ! what were man, should Heaven refuse to hear ! To others do (the law is not severe) What to thyself...
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Whitehead, 1785, to Anstey, 1805

Thomas Campbell - English poetry - 1819
...By pleasure unseduc'd, unaw'd by lawless might. " And, from the prayer of Want, and plaint of Woe, O never, never turn away thine ear! Forlorn, in this bleak wilderness below, Ah ! what were man, should Heaven refuse to bear ! To others do (the law is not severe) What to thyself...
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Poetry for Children: Consisting of Short Pieces to be Committed to Memory

1820
...AKENSIDK. Benevolence. — Providence. 143 BENEVOLENCE. — AND from thepray'rof want and plaint ofwoe, O never, never turn away thine ear ! Forlorn in this bleak wilderness below, Ah ! what were man, should Heav'n refuse , to hear ! To others do (the law is not severe) What to thyself...
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Tales of the Priory, Volume 3

Mrs. Hofland (Barbara) - 1820
...struggled with, could never be exceeded. CHAP. VII. And from the prayer of want, and plaint of woe, O never, never, turn away thine ear; forlorn in this bleak wilderness below, Ah ! what were man, should heaven refuse to hear ! BEATTIE. HEN Orlando was really gone ; when his...
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Tales of the priory

Barbara Hofland - 1820
...struggled with, could never be exceeded. CHAP. VII. And from the prayer of want, and plaint of woe, O never, never, turn away thine ear ; Forlorn in this bleak wilderness below, Ah ! what were man, should heaven refuse to hear ! BEATTIE. VV HEN Orlando was really gone ; when his...
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Select Works of the British Poets: With Biographical and Critical ..., Volume 10

John Aikin - English poetry - 1821 - 807 pages
...By pleasure unseduc'd, unaw'd by lawless might. " And from the prayer of Want, and plaint of Woe, O never, never turn away thine ear ! Forlorn, in this bleak wilderness below, Ah ! what were man, should Heaven refuse to hear ! To others do (the law is not severe) What to thyself...
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Poems Divine and Moral: Many of Them Now First Published

John Bowdler - Hymns, English - 1821 - 468 pages
...pleasuie imseduced, unawed by lawless might. " And, from-the prayer of want, and plaint of wo, " O never, never turn away thine ear. " Forlorn, in this bleak wilderness below, •' Ah J what were man, should Heaven refuse to hear ! " To others do (the law is not severe) " What...
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The Wreath: A Collection of Poems from Celebrated English Authors

English poetry - 1821 - 259 pages
...By pleasure unsubdued, unawed by lawless might. "And, from the prayer of Want, and plaint of Wo, "O never, never turn away thine ear, " Forlorn in this bleak wilderness below, " Ah ! what were man, should Heaven refuse to hear! " To others do (the law is not severe) " What to...
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The Works of the British Poets, with Lives of the Authors, Volume 32

English poetry - 1822
...sphere," (quoth he) " confine his view ; A XXIX. " And from the prayer of Want, and plaint of Woe, O never, never turn away thine ear ; Forlorn in this bleak wilderness below, Ah ! what were man, should Heaven refuse to To others do (the law is not severe) [hear ! What to thyself...
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