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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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Lectures on the Bible, to the young

John Eadie - Bible - 1848 - 152 pages
...sweet and tender strains of the ministrel : — " 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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Gems from the spirit mine. (League of univ. brotherhood).

Gems - 1850
...prayer to thy God ! FRANCES S. OSGOOD. BENEVOLENCE. FROM the low 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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A cyclopędia of poetical quotations, arranged by H.G. Adams

Cyclopaedia - 1853 - 733 pages
...many miseries have crazed my voice, That my woe-stricken tongue is still. — Shakspere. 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 heaven refuse to hear? To others do, (the law is not severe,) What to thyself...
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Sacred Poetry

Sacred poetry - 1854 - 236 pages
...the palaces of heaven. DILSOT SJ.ADDEN. BENEVOLENCE. From the low 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 Beattie, Blair, and Falconer: With Lives, Critical ...

James Beattie, Robert Blair, William Falconer - 1854 - 298 pages
...pleasure unseduced, unawed by lawless might. 29 " 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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Christian armour; a panoply of peace, a Scripture portion for every day ...

C M F - 1854
...which is the bond of perfectuess. — COL. iii. 14. ' ' From tho low prayer of want, and plaint of woe Never, never turn away thine ear ! Forlorn in this bleak wilderness below Ah ! what were man, should heaven refuse to hear ! To others do ;tbe law is not severe) What to thyself...
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The Poetical Works of James Beattie

James Beattie - 1854 - 239 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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The poetical works of Beattie, Blair, and Falconer: With lives, critical ...

James Beattie, Robert Blair, William Falconer - 1854 - 298 pages
...pleasure unseduced, unawed by lawless might. 29 " And from the prayer of Want, and plaint of Woe, 0 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 Standard Fourth Reader for Public and Private Schools ..., Issue 4

Epes Sargent - American literature - 1855 - 334 pages
...to those summits led. 4. BENEVOLENCE. — Beattie. From the low prayer of Want and plaint of "Woe, 0 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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Half-hours with the Best Poets: Selected Chiefly for Their Moral Sentiment

English poetry - 1855 - 216 pages
...FORGIVENESS. DBYDEN. GIVEN TO LOVE AND KINDNESS. BEATTJE. 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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