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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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The Bardiad: A Poem in Two Cantos

Charles Burton - 1823
...canst thou renounce, and hope to be forgiven ? • " 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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The poetical works of Collins, Gray and Beattie: with lord Byron's English ...

William Collins - 1824
...By pleasure unseduced, unawed 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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Elegant Extracts: Consisting of larger poems

English poetry - 1826
...right, By pleasure nnseduc'd, unaw'd by lawless mighu ' 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 thyself...
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Friendly advice to my poor neighbours: in tales and dialogues, by a member ...

Friendly advice - 1829
...age and want save while you may, No morning sun shines through the day." BENEVOLENCE. From the low prayer of want, and plaint of woe, Oh ! never, never...thine ear: Forlorn in this bleak wilderness below, Ah! what were man, should Heav'n refuse to hear. BEATTIE. In * the winter of 1827, an account appeared...
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Studies in Poetry: Embracing Notices of the Lives and Writings of the Best ...

George Barrell Cheever - American poetry - 1830 - 480 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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Jones's Cabinet Edition of British Poets, Volume 2

1831
...pleasure unreduced, unawed by lawless might. XXIX. " A nd, from the prayer of Wan t, and plain t of Wo, О 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 lo thyself...
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A series of lessons, in prose and verse, progessively arranged [ed.] by J.M ...

James Melville M'Culloch - 1831
...should be engraved on every youthful heart : — " 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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Selections from the British Poets, Volume 2

English poetry - 1840
...right, By pleasure unseduced, unawed by lawless might. " And from the prayer of Want and plaint of Wo, Oh 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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The American class-reader: containing a series of lessons in reading; with ...

George Willson - Printing - 1840 - 288 pages
...travels, and shall learn better manners as I get along. And from the prayer of want, the plaini, of wo ; Oh ! 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 Wycliffites: Or, England in the Fifteenth Century

Margaret Mackay - Lollards - 1847 - 424 pages
...considerably from its harassing burden. CHAPTER IX. " 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'S Minstrel. THE Earl de Clifford bent his...
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